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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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b: "S O .. Matter Kissimmee Florida March 21 1960 EUtaklUkr4 = PRICE TEN CENTS
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FOUR HOURS SUNDAY MORNING ,' Control Aid For

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Roy Hansel supervisor of public utilities for the City of t 1. FV ) L

Kissimmee, said yesterday that the municipal light plant will .
cut off the power-except to Kissimmee Hospital and Osceola ; 1I- Southport CanalThe

s Hospital and business houses-from midnight Saturday to 4 or 5 x a

a. m. Sunday.He 4

said this was being done so that all switches can be Osceola County Commission

removed from the light plant and replaced with temporary Tuesday morning unanimously LAST MINUTE

+1t switches in preparation for converting the plant to 41CO volts. passed a motion requesting the FLOOD NOTES

y The plant now operates on a 2400 volt system. 1F- Central and Southern Florida

j s. k Hansel'said that the temporary shutdown would not be long Flood Control Board to clean out Water In Lake Tohopekalig

enough to affect food stored in home freezers. Southport Canal as a temporary had reached the top of the

measure to ease increasing flood seawall Tuesday in the- vicinityof

situations north of the canal. the city too, and had practically .
x a Canal drains LaVe covered both municipal
Southport
Farris Bryant Will J Tohopekaliga into Lakes Cypress, piers. It had crossed LakeshoreBoulevard

;.: Hatchineha and Kissimmee. Into In the- name area
the Kissimmee River. but had dropped back to sea
wall level by Wednesday morn
-. Visit City MondayFarris : a, s Riley Miles, mayor of Kissim ing.

l ..J_ mee an vice chairman of the flood Gauges at the lakefront indicated -
control board, ad told_ the ,com
:. CANDIDATE'S FAMILY-Mrs. Mildred Carlton, wife of candidate mission that the board needed that between 12 and 13
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candidate for
Bryant, inches of rain fell in that arc*
for governor Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., Wauchula will be in do this
JESS WILDER TRACKER governor in the Democratic pri TO VISIT HERE Kissimmee on Thursday March 29 for a reception in her honor. only of a its request emergency. fund,projectout at no from Tuesday to Friday of last

..Kissiramee's first lady Mayor Candidate mary on May 3, will be guest of From the left Susan Carlton MM.! Carlton Doyle- III and nine- cost to the county. week..
honor at informal retention to from
an old Jane Carlton. Reports Wahingtop
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be held Monday March 28 at the .* However the board ignored a Indicated. Go,". Collins had re*
Tropical Hotel from 2:30 to 4 p.m. i request by Miles to endorse a quested federal aid to Osceola,

Bill Wallis, Osceola County campaign report just issued by the flood among. 11 other flooded central

manager for Bryant. said Mrs. Carlton To Visit control board with. he said wins Florida counties.
most favorable toward relieving
the entire public is invited to at- Also In Washington the
the high water to the
tend the reception and to talk at menace Small Business. Administration

Mr 'ry first }hand with the Ocalan about area.The placed Osceola County on it!
commission did ask Miles
the problems of state government. Here Next Tuesday list of disaster areas and this
to set up a meeting between board
"Ree ardless of how a person engineers and designation meant only to own-
engineersto
may feel, regardless of how he county era of homes, businesses,
.. discuss the drainage from Orange *
may think he is going to vote on : 4e* Mildred Carlton, wife of jrube--';. Osceola and Okeechobee churches and charitable institutions -

May 3, we feel he should get to natorial candidate Sen. Doyle E, which were damaged or
Kiwanis Club Host To Counties. Miles said he would do
know all the candidates at first destroyed. This would enable
Carlton, Jr., Wauchula, will be i i:1: this and notify the board of the
hand and get their personal opin- Kissimmee Tuesday March 29, to All Office SeekersOn time and place, and he, suggeteJ them to>> apply to the SBA for
ions the best to handle the reconstruction and rehabilitation
on way attend a reception in her honor. Tuesday evening the Ki- the latter be at the board's headquarters !-
complex affairs of a state rrowing at three per cent and a
The reception will be at the wanis Club had as their guests in West Palm Beach .
as rapidly as Florida Wallis 20 authorization.The
all of the candidates for where all information year
Tropical Hotel, Broadway, from city, regarding flood waters, which:
: said.Mrs. 2 to 4 pro. Hostesses for the county and state offices. engineering data is kept.
Ruth Griffin will be hostess caused! tome $6 million damajr
FARRIS BRYANT event will be Mrs. Irlo Bronson The Hon. Glenn Ray was the Miles opened the meeting by
in central Florida slowly re*
: for the reception. Mrs. Brownieise, Mrs. Frank guest speaker and he brought out giving credit to Senator Spessard
Wallis said a motorcade of ac- of the that candi- Holland for his ceded And about 8,000 persona
Kelley, Mrs. Leo Schumaker, Mrs some things a efforts to push
tive supporters in the St. Cloud Legion To Observe Daisy Mickler, Mrs. Robert Cody, date should expect if defeated, the flood control project in Wash anxiously await return to their
area will be on hand to welcome and the books that the winning inundated homea.
Mrs. Frieda. Best, Mrs. Connie ington.
BILL IIEEREX BILL MORSE their candidate to Osceola County.L. 41st AnniversaryNeil Partin. candidates should look to for ref- '"You have to realize that this However in Osceola Countymoat their
who left
erence to help him or her to do is the only such project in the persons
Shelhorn, commander of Mrs. Carlton will arrive in Kis- home have returned and started *
the job as a public servant. country that lies within the boun-
S. Harris Is the Makinson-Carson Post'No.10 simmee about 1
._ p. m. Thursday. All the candidates were intro- dary of one state," Miles sai t American Legion, and Mrs. Jennie coming from Leesburg where shewill
q Presented With WatchL. duced and the offices they.are "All others cross state lines and
Phillips, president of the Legion have been guest of honor at
I seeking, given. have multiple support." that if the flood control project

S. Harris has a present, of the Auxiliary organization, urge and all wives members of Le-of a series of functions.Mrs is making I The Kiwanis Club does not pro- Miles also pointed out that the went along at normal without
Carlton currently
which he is particularly proud. gionnaires to attend the evening I pose to support any candidate, but only solution to getting something taking any emergency measures,
t Harris was presented with a service at the First Christian a series of appearances to give its members a chance to done immediately about the it would be somewhere around
watch recently with the following throughout the stattTraveUm: see and meet all the candidates so central Florida flood control 1963 before work would start on
Church March
Sunday. 27. 4her her .
separately from hupband that they might vote intelligently Canal-with necessary
legend engraved on the back: project U to present the flood Southport .
f- -- "American Brahman Breeders' The Rev. Jimmie Cox, pastor appearances before "various wornr control board with a united front. lock-- and _spillways *- and. the
.. will have A special message honoring JPthree'or4ou'iri .iirMidM if'f Boggy and Shingle Creek water
Association, Presented rto . ._. : >
k the Legiott'sllitianniversary.Assembly % '
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Harris, President, 1959-60, for r we /mlgrht as .wet 'throw the
; faithful service." time is 7:15 in frontof week.: Her week ends are spentat ioneer Resident, Died board's report out in the lake," abed.He said this would be delaye4

"And it keeps good time, too," the church. A section of pews the Carlton home in Wauchula Mrs. Annie L. Prevatt, 99, probably Mile# said. by appropriations from the Fed

1.. S. chuckles. will be reserved. All Legionnaires with the three Carlton children, one of the oldest native citizens The meeting was attended by -eral government.
are requested to be in uniform or Susan, Doyle'III and Jane. of the Central Florida area,, Orange County Commisioner F. B. -Commissioner Jack Robertsorf

Osceola High Band wear their Legion caps. passed away in a St. Cloud nurs- (Skinny) Surguine, who said Orange said he. was proud of the working
Junior High CouncilTo ing home early Wednesday after a County was in complete done by Miles on behalf of-
To March At St. Pete Alice Thomas Named lengthy illness. sympathy with Osceola Countyand the flood control program and foe

Sponsor DanceThe Born in what is now Orlando, was anxious to. help solve his presentation of the report ant(

; 4 r,a F The 70 members of the Osceola Spelling ChampionAlice November 28, 1860, the daughter the flood control problem. progress made to date.
High School "Kowboy" Band have Junior High School Student of Owen Simmons and Margaret However Commissioner Surguinc Robertson ,also suggested a

been invited to participate in the Thomas, sixth grade student Council will sponsor an Easter Tucker Simmons, she lived in Or- found a number of ,in meeting between officials of Orange -
the
St Petersburg Sunshine Festival was named city champion in Dance to be held at the school ange County until the death of audience, which persons three fourth Osceola and .Okeechobee'
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JIM CLAY Parade this Friday, March 25th. the Orlando Sentinel sponsored cafeteria on Thursday, April 14th her husband, James Abner Pre- filled the Osceola .Court Counties to discuss the problemsand
MIKE STANKO The Marching Band is one of 33 spelling bee Tuesday. according from 7:30 to 10:30. vatt. She had lived in or around house in County to present requests with a

bands participating in this gigantic to John Colombo, elementary The theme will be "Spring Fes- Osceola County since that time. hardly man who agreementOne lives ,"united fnmt.

two hour long parade, one of principal. tival" and it will be semi-formal. Funeral services will be held at Creek said "Osceola County on, Boggy does Jim Johnston, retired abstractor

w the outstanding parades held in Runner-up was Susan Robinso-i Tickets at 35c stag and 50c drag 2 o'clock Friday from the Gris- n't have friend in who has a long personal

Florida each year. while Martha Sessions and Tommy will go on sale Monday.\ They can som Chapel, wtih Dr. H. P. Amos, County one else wouldn't Orange knowledge of Osceola and central
or they
Osceola County will be well rep- Andrews tied for third place. also be purchased at the door. pastor of the First Baptist Church keep dumping all their water Florida land and water condition'
resented since both the Kowboy All were sixth grade students. officiating. Interment will be in on im
us. also said this was extremely
Band and the St Cloud High These inners will compete The Wayne Galbreaths expectto Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom Fu- .
School Marching Band have been with St. Cloud winners for the leave next week for their homeat neral Home is in charge. Again Miles requested a united portant."What
20. Illinois and cooperative effort. "We have often helps one person
invited
to St. Petersburg. cooity championship on April Smithshire
seen how many years it has taken hurts another, as water conditions
i Footlight Theatre to get as far along with the flood go" Johnston said, "and we

I Guild To Meet\ control project as we have, and I should work out a solution to.

b believe we are ta the crest, when gather to help as many as possible .

of The Footlight Theater Guild Orange, Osceola, and Okeechobee without hurting anyone if it i

iwA will hold its regular monthly meetin Counties will see some positive can be helped."

Monday night March 28, at 8 results provided we go at it on f. At this point Commissioner
o'clock) in the Osceola High School united basis," Miles said. Surguine said "Yes, it can get ta

Library.A Senator Iris Bronson favored a the point to where we don't know

M business meeting is planned meeting between the three county whose ox is getting gored."

a a along with entertainment and re- engineers after reading' the reportto In other matters the commission
freshments. AU members are discuss it. He pointed out that removed the name of Leo Schu

urged to attend and to bring at Okeechobee County could get an maker from the May 3rd pemo

tf least one guest who mar be Inter- injunction to stop drainage of eratic ballot as a candidate for

ested in joining the group. water though that area unless i it county commissioner from di,

Anyone who would like to learn was fully understood what the tfct one because of a technicality.A .
BOB MtKISSIC ART SCALLIMunicipal .4 44 rbout the activities of the Footlight end result would be. 1959 law required a.candidate *

Theater Guild and is interested Miles said the report said the to live six months in the.
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Jf.. Jf.. lI- lI- which he qualifies
from
district
in becoming a member is also flood control board staff recom-
invited. mended coming into Southport a* a candidate.

Election Canal and straightening out the
barriers now existing that retard CENSUS WORKERS
BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. drainage. He said the board had

,; t. and Mrs. requested the staff get a firm ARE NEEDED
r John Miner an-
:.w nounce the birth of 8 lb. 6 bid and authority to proceed with
an
oz.
To Be Held TuesdayThe
We If want to be a census
'
this project from funds provided: you
I ,. son cn Monday, March 7th, at the enumerator this !is the last
A ..r Osceola Hospital The new mem- by emergency monies, again at no
annual municipal election the mayor's race. ber of the Miner family has been cost to the counties involved chance. The last examination

will be held Tuesday, March 29 Candidates who have filed front s named James Edward.Movie L, S. Harris reported that the for census takers for Osceola
?.a i ia it County will be given Saturday
high level of Lake Tohoptkaliga
from 7 a.m. to 7 at the Fire
p.m. W. ll. (Bill) Morse
Cloud Hospital
group one are morning at the- St.
rainfall
prior to the 13 inches of
Station, with polling to take place
on voting machines who heads Mone-WaUis Realty TEMPERATURES last week was due to a sandbarat Foundation office, 1101

For the first time in a numb Company, and Michael J. (Mike) DATE U L R the south end of Southport Pennsylvania Ave.9 Come and in anytime 12
between ajn.
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of years there are more than one Stanko, employee at Parks Fur.niture a CanalIn
candidate seeking election in all Company. This post Is beIng <.t Wed. !!ar. 16 __._. G8 (60 i() 1.89 answer to a question by noon.

three spots being vacated. vacated by Dr. Thomas K. mi0 Thur. Iar. 11 __ 68 60 3.90 Senator Bronson, Miles reported .
Candidates term Frl. Iar. 18 _. 68 54 1.21 .
for as
Mrs.one-year Jess Wilder ,Blain, who is. completing a two- Sat 1Iar. 19 ___._ 65 50 __
mayor are
Thicker whose year term as commissioner ant Suu. Mar. 20 .._._ 60 53 __
term as city com-
missioner expires this month and who did not seek re-election for Mon. Mar. 21 ....._ C9 42 ..._ Voters Can Register

who has the honor and distinction professional reasons. Tue. 1Iar. 22 ........ 63 37 .....

cf being the city's first woman Competing for the post of commissioner

candidate for mayor. She Is op- from group two, being Until Saturday April 2Mrs.

posed by Wilhelmus G (Bill) vacated by Mrs. Thacker. are Jim MenuARCADE ,

fleece, bookkeeper at Osceola Clay, local agent for Prudentla. Dorothy Barber Purdy, Osceola County supervisor of

Hardware Company. Mayor RileyS. Insurance Company; Bob McKis- THEATER registration, said yesterday that the deadline for citizens to

Miles, whose term expires this lie, vice president and managerof register for the May 3rd Democratic primary will be 5 pjn. on
month, did not seek re-election. Florida Realty Counselors, Inc, JUNIOR HIGH BAND-Seen above Is the Osceola Junior High School Marching Band. This Thar Fri March 24-2S: MlohllllJ'Dark" April 2.Mrs..

Miles, who is completing eight and general manager of Orange C5-pieee organization has just made its entry into community life this year and has participated in pica Mar."Han S<: "Return Without of Ktar"su Jack each
said her office would remain day
the rodeo the Christmad the St Cloud Centennial- and ha given major Purdy open
years of Gardens, and Art Scalli local parade parade parade a con Stede" plus "Xlchter Attack.
commissioner service to the city aa New York Life cert ia the high school auditorium. On March 29th these youngsters will start their only fond Pas. & TuV.L. liar. 27-ZS- until that date, except Sunday, when it will be closed all day,

.position as or mayor, said hag representative for raising drive of the year.-She aale of the famous Stacker1 Pecan Log Roll These /i pound pecan J>Thur..ad If Fri, "Operation oat.. Mar.petticoat.2r. April and the office will be open Monday and Wednesday, 7 to 9+ p.m.
South member of the Central Insurance Company. commissioners log rolls will be gift packaged with a picture of the band on the wrapper and will sell for $1.00. 11.JaCk The tipper.- Mrs. Purdy said persons desiring to vote absentee may do'
and Florida Flood Control I: The two incumbent After having bought one of these delicious ban, if no more are desired please pin the picture por- so starting Monday when ,applications will. be accepted. and ballots .
Board was requiring raore. and who still have a year :to tion of the wrapper to the door. This will let the Junior Band members know that enough pecan logrolls CLOUD THEATRE. ST. CLOUD furnished.

wore of his time, and this was a serve are Dan Autrey and Albert. to last for awhile have been ,."hued. The money earned 1 by>> this sale will go completely Frt. Sat Mar. 2S.JIAl CaponSnn. *.-
prime reason for stepping out of (Molly) Rogers. I toward the development of this organization, the Osceola Junior High,-Band. (Photo by Jamison) K.... liar ZT-2S- Tcmpeat.







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w r3 r i x Advice

Great Asset To Area Services at the First Methodist On Monday! membership instruction -
Church begin with Sunday schoolct classes will be held in by
Fire Chief Julius Smith of the cial pump recently pure
IMI.i 945 a.m. and a cordial: wel the educational building as follows Kissimmee Fire Department says the local fire department for this i
is extended to all : Junior Department, 3:15 and
come
the next time need soda- service.
By FRED BRUSSOWThe The bacteriological department, you your > t
headed by Dr. Edwin Ellis studies The morning worship service Primary Department, 4:30. add, foam, or cartridge operated The NFPA standards call for
animal Disease Diagnostic the diagnosed facts concerning starts at 11 o'clock with Rev. Tuesday morning at 9:30 the pressurized water fire extinguisher mutilating and scrapping all de-

Laboratory for years a dream of bacteria in animal diseases. Henry Guy bringing the message. W.aC.8. will hold the third ses- recharged at it annual recharging fective fire extinguishers. The ones

cattlemen and veterinarian .m The pathology department under The Chancel Choir will present sion in their book stqdy, "Luke's or after its use it will have tobe found sound and safe can then be

the state of Florida, will completetwo Dr. Thomas Bl'irchison studies the anthem "All In The April Portrait of Christ" in the educa- pressure tested every five years. recharged and put into service

years of operation on May S. the changes in animal tissue Evening" by Roberton. tUnal building. The Chilcren't Due to a number of accidents with confidence that it will stand

This labcf-atery one of the caused by diseases. On Sunday evening the Metho- Choirs rehearse after school oii recently caused by faulty extinguishers te test of emergency use.

finest of its kind in the country, Dr. John Needham head of the dist Youth Fellowship meets for Tuesday afternoon. blowing up when put into Air pressure must never be
is headed by Dr. William L oxicotogicaV dept studies chem. supper at 6 followed by the MYF The Prayer and Bible Study use, it has been found necessaryto used for this testing, for it will

Sippel, formerly of the Tifton Ex. cal changes in animals as a re- programs at 6:30.: The evening Hour will be conducted in the edu comply with the revision of blow up the extinguisher and may
l.eriment Station in Georgia. suit of poisons.Parasitology. :i worship service begins at 7:30 cational bolding on Wednesday at the National Fire Protection As- result in injury to the user.

Now under the auspices of the directed by Dr. and this Sunday special music 7:30 p.m. sociation standards -making it Properly cared for approved extinguishers -

Florida Livestock Bureau the Donald Cooperrider, studies will be presented by the Wesley The Chancel Choir rehearses in mandatory to test by hydrostatic usually will last a long

laboratory may soon operate as a csitic growth in animals. par- DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY INSTALLATION Dr. William Fellowship Class. the sanctuary Friday at 7:30: p.m. pressure!, all such fire extinguish. time. Some are not always recharged +

program under the AgriculturalDept. The study of virus, the poison- L. Sippel, head of the Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory is ers every five years before re- at regular intervals or
In the future are possible of diseases is directed byDr. pictured here in front of the $200,000 installation. (Florida Cattle CANDIDATE charging. Some extinguishers have for some other reason corrode or
germs; Scouts Schedule
been> known to blow with aloud become weakened by metal fatigueor
plans to expand the laboratory Gainer in the viro- man photos) up
Joseph
making it even more efficient Kick-off BreakfastA ... bang, injuring people in rough handling and thus be- +
Working in close conjunctionwith logical deptIn T the vicinity, and still prove ineffective come faulty. Signs of such abuse
conformationcan 4i
this exact :
way : in fighting the fire. may necessitate more frequenttests.
the veterinarians of th* be given to all tests made in kt Tdck-off breakfast" for un
state the laboratory aids in diag loss derwriting the annual budget of Hydrostatic pressure testing is .
nosis where laboratory tests are the laboratory without costly the Central Florida Council of Boy P S done by applying 300 to 350 Ibs The charge for hydrostatic test-
which could most
of time prove water pressure per square inch ing will be only $1.00 plus of
needed. In this way the laboratory Scouts of America will be held
speeds up the time normally valuable when dealing with dis Monday March 28, at 8 a.m. at and check for leaks, distortion or course, the regular recharging fee
eases. the Hotel $ other signs of failure. depending on the type of ex-
Tropical
taken for diagnosis so that tkt
In addition to the six depart
r- This test is done with a tinguisher.
spe
prompt action can be taken in the All interested workers are re- y ?
merits is an autopsy room complete Ix
event that a harmful disease is with refrigeration vault quested to attend this breakfastif
a *
at all possible receive
present to preliminary
for preserving specimens for further "
To aid in reaching an accurate and to instructions and assign-
study crematory
a f ments. Those planning to attend
diagnosis, quickly and with led dispose[ of animal material and
confusion than was once present, eliminate the danger of disease the breakfast should notify J. L. ,4'aU.1S. MARINE
Hutchinson, chairman by Friday,
the laboratory is divided into six
spread. In this room, operations March 25.
departments, each specializing in performed to determine the 7T.
of are The Tohope District should underwrite 1 .oCa.t: e T.I itt u. s. ,
particular phase diagnosis. cause of death of animals sus- the budget for approxi- V .... abr.ad'

These departments although sep pected of having a disease and to mately $2,000 which is considereda G... HW ...Iftllnt .cllIIi,....a
erate in duties, work very closely examine the extent of disease fair share to the cstd.ec. .f h sdsEt.ed..f
perpetuate Boy
together. .f.. .lite
contamination in animals whichare p.rt
frog tM
Scoute
' : program in Osceola County ..Ii.. .
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known to bear a certain dis- and to help build characterin CNwll W..r a .l f_ ..-
ease. the future leaders of America. teem extol skills .peda4 ."arYWMN7kMARIHE
All doctors at the laboratoryare There is no better investment thanin ROBERT G. MURRELL

recipients of D. V. M. and/or a sound future. *
P. II. D. degrees. Also each doctor CORPS

has a technician who aids him ., rcsx< "

11 in his work. 4 k Civil Defense Radio ; Murrell Seeks BUILDS MEN 1

The work of the laboratory is
varied and most useful both to DOCTORS PERFORMING AUTOPSY Just completed is the autopsy Network in OperationMajor : Circuit

the veterinarians and cattlemen of of a Brahman, cow being discussed by Dr. William Sippel, "'
i left foreground, and Dr. Joseph Gainer. In the background is E. J. Smith stated that
Florida Many outstanding contributions Dr. Donald Cooperrider and W. L. Tompkins, a technician, com during the recent heavy rains last JudgeshipRobert SEE YOUR U. S. MARINE RECRUITER J \
in the field of diagnosis
another M SGT.
pleting autopsy. week the RACES Communicationsnet RICHARD K. SCHMIDT
I have been made the
by at Kissimmee Post OJl'keeaeh
for Osceola County was in
..,....-- -- abctatory. One example being continuous radio contact with the G. ,Murrell, a member of Thursday 10 a. m. '
Box Office Opens 2:15 p.m. the screwworm epidemic in east rM Civil Defense Headquarters in Or. one of Florida's pioneer families, or phone GA 3-1823 Orlando
Saturdays and Sundays ern Florida brought under controlin x 3P < lando. is a candidate for Circuit Judge

THURS. FRIDAYMarch the past few months. The control station is locatedin group 5, 9th JudicialCircuit.

The laboratory also provides St. Cloud. There are three op- Murrell, reared in Orange Coun

,24-2S scientific:: information in the form erators in St. Cloud and two in ty, was educated in the Florida
of reports which appear in such Kissimmee.This public schools. He is a graduateof

t GREAT BOUilMCWN SHOWS pub"- tions as The Florida Cat radio net is used to ask University of Florida with aBA

TONY CURBS KIRK DOUClAS leman. The Florida Veterinarian for help in the event it is neededin degree and from the University MY SINCERE -

PIPER LAURIE JtANNEOUUM Bulletin, and The Florida Poul-- 1 1F emergency from Orange County of Florida Law School with
ITO
TAYLOR CUBETKYOROHNNY tryman. and any of the other Central LLB degree.He THANKS
I ? This is only one of several Florida Operational Area Counties has been actively engagedin

C DARK phases of an overall program who are pledged to mutual trial practice before the hign-

\ VJauSaKXALSO sponsored by the Florida livestock assistance when required. est courts in Florida and the na- THE PEOPLEOF
w ore w.aua.o Bureau, designed to protect tion. Murrell served in the Armed

tsw, ,... er tkldwu tile livestock producers of Florida forces in the U. S. Army Infantry. -
Complete Sales
Wool
and the population! in general) .
through scientific research: and Records StressedWith Murrell is a member of such OSCEOLA COUNTYfor

"Man Without disease prevention. the 1959 wool marketingyear civic organizations as the Masons,
the people of this Bahia Shrine Elks Lodge No. I their confidence by a .
A Star"SAT. Kissimmee LABORATORY STAFF'Here pictured in one of their daily coming to a close and the
and all Florida for that 1079 University Club Winter permitting to continue
area of 1960 of I me
meetings is the professional staff of the laboratory. From left is year beginning, growers were
matter can be justly proud of this Dr. Edwin Ellis bacteriologist; Dr. John Needham toxicologist; reminded today of the importanceof Park. The Florida Bar Committeeon in office without opposition

March 26 modem laboratory and of the individuals Dr. Donald Cooperrider parasitologist; Dr. William Sippel head complete records on their salesof Legal Services in the Armed in the Demo-
who devote a lifetime of of the laboratory; Dr. Thomas Murchison, pathologist; and Dr. wool and unshorn lambs. Forces. He is also a member of

et1rn of scientific research and study for I Joseph Gainer virologist Producers will be eligible for the Baptist Church and the Orlando cratic Primary on

the betterment of livestock in ---- payments for the 1959 marketingyear Consistory.The May 3rd.DOROTHY.

Jack Slade"ALSO our state.Addison. Walter J. Thomas Francis M.\ Shannon for wool and unshorn lambs -9th Judicial circuit is composed
marketed not later than March 31 of Brevard Indian River, +

Massenburg Succumbed Thursday Died At OrlandoMr. of this year. Later marketings will Martin, Okeechobee, Orange Os

be eligible for payments for the ceola, Seminole and St. Lucie
Passed Away Monday\ Walter Jones Thomas 70, resident Francis Michael Shannon, 1960 year. Counties consisting of ten Circuit BARBER PURDY

A of Kissimmee for the past 67, died in an Orlando ,hospital Clyde E. Story office managerof Judges. The voters of the Ninth
Addison Mangum Massenburg, three years died in a local hospital March 16. the Osceola County Agricultural Judicial Circuit, for the first time Supervisor of RegistrationOsceola
A
72 of 124 S. Orlando Avenue, Kis Thursday. Mr. Thomas was Mr. Shannon was born in Cut Stabilization and Conservation in 26 years will have a choice ofa FloridagteGe&SX&tt&ttQtt

I simmee, passed away Monday after born in Denver. Col. He was a Bank, Montana and was a guidein office reminds wool growers that Circuit Judge resident of Orange County,

I a lengthy illness.A veteran of the National Guard of Glacier National Park for a the sales documents must show County. -,
native of Louisburg, N. &, he jid. and World War I, a memberof number of years and was also the true net sales proceeds including -
.e had been a resident of Kissimmeefor the Kissimmee Lodge 1873B. county commissioner for Glacie deductions made for freightand State's EconomyHas

the past ten years moving P. O. Elks Harmony Lodge 42 County.He other marketing charges.
here from Henderson, N G, wherehe A. F. & A. M. Waterbury, Conn. was the son of the late Where false information is filed I DevelopedOn

was a prominent tobacco farm Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Michael Shannon and Harriet Tay both the producer and wool buyerare Stable Basis"A

er. Before his retirement he was Valley of Toledo. Toledo, Ohio, lor Shannon who preceded him in subject to penalties. stronger year-round economy
with the Henderson Tobacco DON'T BORROW
connected life member of Masonic Veterans, death in 1944 and 1942 respec Applications for payment under has developed in Florida in
..YJ Co., and Henderson Vulcanizing Waterbury Ancient Arabie Orderof tively.He the 1959 program must be filed at recent years as the state progressed
& Wholesale Oil Co. He
; the Nobles of the Mystic is survived by four daugh- the County ASC office not later from its traditional win-
member of the First Meth-
was a Shrine, Rochester, N. Y. and the ters, Rosalie Fitzhenry Montgomery than April 30. The average price ter-fat, summer-lean pattern. Last
odist Church and the Kissimmee TROUBLE
All States Tourst Club. First Presbyterian Church, Woos- III; Norma K. Shannon, received by farmers for wool during year the variation between winter
ter, Ohio. U. S. Force G. Jones the entire marketing year can
Surviving are his wife Pearl S., Air ; Majella and summer business activity in
He was an industrial engineer Orlando and Sister Alodia then be cakulated and the pay- .
Kissimmee one brother, James S., Mary the state was 6.8 er centthe
;
Raleigh N. C.; five sisters, Mrs. until World War II when he went Shannon Kingston, Pa, and one ment rate announced. Payments_ Florida State Chamber of Commerce BORROW MONEY
to will be made
Charles Carroll Warsaw N. C.; with Ohio Crankshaft Co., Cleveland son Richard John of Cut Bank. growers sometime said yesterday."The .
the
Mrs. C. R. Barnett, Atlanta, Ga.; Ohio for several years. Laterhe Due to ill health Mr. Shannonwas during summer. rounding out of the seasonal .

Mrs. James Robinson, Columbia, was one of the founders of forced to retire in 1951 and hills and valleys in Florida's

S. C.j. Mrs. N T. Speed, Franklin. Record Files, Inc, at Wooster had been living with his daughter, Fleet Reserve Association economy is one of the significant AND TROUBLE-
ton, N. C., and Miss Lillian Mas Ohio and was vice president and Majella Jones since that time. results of the state's growth as

senburg, Henderson.The personnel and labor relations Rosary was held in the chapelof Official Visits County a consumer market area", the S

funeral party left Tuesday manager there until his retire Riedel Funeral Home March William J. Swaney, UJ3.NJL of trade body pointed out "This

night for Henderson where funeral ment and moving: to Kissimmee.He 19th at 4 p.m. Requiem Mass and NaHhviHe, Tenjv regional vice growth has brought year-round WILLEOLLOW

JAccLalai services are to be held at is survived by his wife MM. internment will beheld in Gilman president, Southeast, was guest of payrolls, especially in manufac
2 o'clock Thursday from the Rose Helen Elmer Thomas, Kissimmee; III at a later date pending arrival Osceola County Branch 242 on turing. No less a force in narrowing -

1 1 Anosscase Chapel of the First Methodist one son, Douglas John Thomas; of relatives. Saturday March: 19th. Membersand the seasonal gap has been

AEnsn Church Interment will be in the three grandchildren: Jane Rich Riedel Funeral Home was in guests from Kissimmee St. the state's increasing popularityas
Louisburg Cemete y. Grissom Fu- ard and James, all of Wooster charge. Cloud and Orlando attended the a summer resort Don't believe a word of it, folks.If .

STIRLING JOY CARROL neral Home was in charge of ar and one sister, Mrs. A. D. Wood dinner at a local restaurant givenin ''The winter-summer variations,

rangements. ruff, Hot Springs, Ark his honor. calculated on the basis of bank! in "
HAYDEN-PAGE-NAISH you're "tight yo' awl
Funeral services will be held Christian Scientist Regional Vice President Swaney debits, are available for 12 cities a cum

in the chapel of Riedel Funeral in the state during the past three:
Ralph S. Carver 53 talk subjects !
AnnouncedThe gave an interesting on
rosY minor t*serw Topics I '
svrtrs Home Saturday: at 11 a.m., with of. vital importance to all years. Three of these Daytona 2 and see "OK" Perkins.
+A orAr Rites Scheduled Today I Rer. Maurice' 'Grigsby, former divine source of all real fleet reserve and retired personnel Beach, Gainesville and Jacksonville |

a pastor of the First Presbyterian perception and understanding will the U. S. and Marine showed bushes acirruy
Ralph J. Carver 53, of 310 E. Church"officiating.: be set forth at Christian Science Corps.As of. Navy during summer r.onths of mat If he can't get the dough for you, f

Magnolia Street, Kissimmee, died Interment will be at a later date services Sunday In the Lesson- regional vice president, he year to be less than one per cent

in an Orlando hospital early Mon. under the direction of Riedel Funeral Sermon entitled "Reality." is representing the national under the winter-month activity. nobody
day after a lengthy illness.A Home.Services Events in the lives of the pro. tour all branches president of "Fort Lauderdale had a 10 percent can.NATIONAL. .
native of Madison County, phets Elijah and Elisha will be on a of variation; Key West 13 percent
.IuirOO1l.l. sore.s.An Ind., he had been a resident of this featured in the Bible readings. the Southeast region. ; Lakeland 7 per cent; Greater -

1144 ifi101.aa was community for the past year. Held;F r' Also included will be Paul's statement Miami 9 per cent; Orlando one
He was a Baptist and a memberof on prophecy to the Thessa* Junior High Council per cent; St. Petersburg 7 percent I

SUN. MON. TUES. the Collingwood Lodge 457, F. Roy Nicely Friday lonians: "Quench not the Spirit Plans IntraMuralsPlans ; Tampa per cent: and Wes :
& A. M.,Toledo Ohio. Despise not prophesyings. Prove Palm Beach 16 per; cent Pensatola i
and WED., Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Funeral services for Roy Nicely all things; hold fast that which is for the intra-murals were a summer resort area, hada i LOAN & FINANCE COMPANY
Frances Irene Carver, Kissimmee; 55, were held at 2 o'clock Fri- Thessalonians 5:19-21)). 3 cent difference in sum
March 7Z81930I good" ((1 made at the meeting of the Junior per
with
a stepdaughter Mrs. Ruth Wells, day from the Grissom Chapel Among the selections to be read High Student Council Monday with mer's favor. I PHONE Tl 6-'JSO1
Chicago; one brother, Hugh LeRoy Dr. H. P. Amos, pastor of the ,
from "Science and Health with each homeroom to nominate two All areas showed improvement z :
Carver, Alexandria, Ind, and two First Baptist Church officiating. Key to the Scritures" by Marl oven 1957 with one exception .
representatives.The
sisters, Mrs. Leona Brewer, Alexandria Brother Elks casketbearers.and fishing buddies Inter- Baker Eddy are the following new code of conduct and personnel temporarily diverted the Broadway at Darlington over McCrory: 5&10,Kistmimee t
and Mrs. Louise ToJ1 n- served as :
Spirit imparts the understand ninth grade problem were also narrowing trend. The state average ,
in Osceola Memory
Kissimmee. ment
son Funeral, services will be held at Gardens.was; Grissom Funeral Home ing which uplifts consciousness put before the group for discus was 8.2 per cent in 1957", Loans Made\ In All Nearby Towns --, .. .
and leads into all truth Spiritual sion. the trade body concluded.There -_
2 o'clock Thursday from the Gris was In charge.of arrangements. of
is the discernment
with H. P. Amospastor sense b Florida Owned and Florida
som chapel, Dr. spiritual good. Understanding is is no "off-season" I Operated .
of the First Baptist Church CHRISTIAN SCIENCE newspaper reading. An analysis

I DPfflSHOH) i PEITICMirv officiating. Obsequies at Osceola CARD.OF THANKS the real line and of demarcation unreal This betweenthe understanding SOCIETY of daily newspaper circulationover Also Four Convenient Offices in C.aaas'Ft. Pierce,

E seaman COLOR, Memory Gardens will be conducted wish to thank' our friend a three year period shows
I I is iioi intellectual U 110 Dakta Ate. (Brataaa Ion
by Orange Blossom Lodge No and neighbor and the Ortsnomn month varied than 4% Melbourne and TCtusviHe .
.... no more
\ mc.-IIu for their 'kIJUiAeM at the death not the result of scholarly: attain Hvtel l) Sofeday Services 11 I
& A. M. Masons will serve
&Dll1.IUE FO F. : touvband.: from the peak month. The newspaper -
W nta p& ot my menu; it is the reality of alt] Sandal School 930 ....
ts casketbearers. Grissom Funeral habit is constant throagn .
I :m'n','I8 D'CUHHIll home in of slits HOT NICELY things brought to light" (505:16 Wei 3rt lrbt Service S pJ t-
!I&- n+o.ont,a 1EI ments. is charge arrange 17, 20-p2. 26-28K out the year. ?>>*>>2*>>>> ** >03<> 3>>X




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City Of Kissimmee Shows Great Progress In Last Decade _



The residents of Kissimmee have,benefited from many major evident on the lakefront scenery is the new 500,000 gallon con Few -
improvements
made to the
were physical facilities of the the course of these years at a total cost of $30,723.00; and six
Capital" improvements to facilities of the City within the decade of crete water reservoir which will provide adequate reserve for high Kissimmee Police Department until recent years. In. 1959 the city launching at cost of 250000.
19501960. demand* that are made at certain times on the water system and jail and police headquarters underwent a major overhaul.At ramps a
These" improvements" make livfn? In Kissimmee much more to place,this! water into the piping system" are three new high the completion of the new county jail the county com construction Further development of the lakefront facilities carried u* to the
pleasant and safer these service pumps installed at the reservoir.To missioners of a swimming beach on the island across from the boat
as imnrovements have been in the wav of Osceola County made available to the City of basin in 1956 and
of additional facilities ungraded service addition! recreational even out the pressure and supply the rapidly growing areas simmee a great deal of steel used in the cells of the old county Jaycees the 1957. Under the sponsorship of the Kissimmee
facilities improvements in health and welfare developments.It of the community with additional water at adequate pressures thereis jail which the city used to expand the city jail facilities. These water to, City Commission took advantage of the extreme low
would be interesting: to contact a cross section of the residentsof currently being installed a new 250,000 gallon elevated storage tankon facilities were expanded from a 16-prisoner capacity to a 34-pris- the boat develop basin into the island.usable which was created by the construction of
Kissimmee and let them tell us what improvements they have notedin West Oak Street to be connected with the main plant by a 14inchpipe oner capacity at a nominal cost of 198309. a swimming beach.
the way of major expansions and developments within the past i line running out Patrick and up Randolph to Oak Street which In addition to the increases in the cell capacity the growing: department Sand was hauled in from the nropertv owned' bv the Citv of "
ten years. I will tie into the entire system, thereby providing highly upgraded: met its need for additional office space by utilizing vacant Kissimmee in Orange County and the white sand beach constructed. -

It is sometimes easy to forget in a short period. some of the water system for the residents of Kissimmee. space back of the fire station, and constructed 720 square feet of of- This prime recreational facility in the city was done and it
major accomplishments of any organization or activity, BO let's Further development and improvement of health and safety fice space and records area, '""i"ng $1 837.40. was made at a total capital outlay of 120000. Civic organizations -
for the residents of Kissimmee!' have about These constructed shelters barbecue pits and patios for the
group most of there major improvements into a short report which come through improved facilities prov the r- -' "ents of the growing
will place them all before us and recall them.to our attention. drainage system for the city. Within the past ten years an out- police department which had expanded from a five man force public use.Replacement.
Let's first; consider the broad category of improvements in public standing development has taken place in additional ditching facilities in 1950 to a 13-man. force in 1960.A of seven wooden bridge structures across the major
health and safety facilities. These items will cover only those major and underground storm drainage. phase of the canals with concrete structures has cost the city approximately
community's in the last
capital improvement.facilities and will not deal with the routine operational &; Southern After the Florida flood Flood of 1955 Control the city District in cooperation undertook with complete the Central reconstruction is of interest to all residents and expansion visitors of Kissimmee ten years has been which in the$23,799.58.near future.There are still other bridge structures. to be provided in

improvements.In of major drainage facilities of the city. Some $42,000 were the area of recreational facilities. The Little League baseball field In 1936 the city commission authorized the expansion and
191I the residents of Kissimmee was improved at the lakefront and lights '
overwhelmingly anprovedthe expended to were provided by the City
construction of provide a facility orginally estimated to cost approximately of Kissimmee.This extension of the community house on Monument Avenue. The
a sanitary sewer treatment plant and extension -
$80,000. growth of the Kissimmee All-States
Touirst Club and the
of the sanitary sewer lines. This wm to be accomplished bv Now with the made it possible for the youth-minded community
improved secondary drainage facilities and the people of the use of the community house required additional floor space.
the sale of revenue certificates to be paid directly from proceeds improved primary drainage facilities many areas have been rendered community to develop the Little League baseball field and begin At a cost of approximately $%2.000 the floor area of the community
f from sewer service charges. safe and free from inundation by the heavy deluges which developing the physical education and development of the youngsters house was almost doubled and the stage extended.A .
This item is particularly significant in that those people approving sometimes we experience.In in the community. The Little League baseball organization considerable amount of money. approximately $10.000 has
the revenue issue were also placing uoon themselves at that time an addition to the safety from flooding and standing water we has expended great sums of money on the field since that time in been spent in the popular Kissimmee Zoo to provide 52 cages and
additional financial burden with respect to creation of sanitary sewer have also the improved control of mosquito breeding in low areas construction of bleachers dugouts fences, and rebuilding the facilities for the animals and fowls of the zoo.
service charges. Uo to'this time the sanitary sewer system which was which markedly reduces the hazard from diseases and sickness. A field itself. This has brought many varied words of commendation and
in operation and which had been constructed in the 1920's was a free total of $21,765.95 was spent in constructing or reconstructing 4,857 Most recently the city commission authorized the use of city labor appreciation from the visitors of the zoo as a most popular spot
service to the people. feet of secondary ditches and storm drainage in the City of Kissimmee. forces to construct lighting facilities for the negro children at the on the lakefront. A chain link fence was constructed around the
Although the collection and disposal of the sewage and house This has been justified during the last week of heavy rains Kissimmee High School recreation area. Funds for lighting materials zoo to protect the animals at night, at a total cost of $975.00 to
hold wastes was a free service in regard to monthly charges it and flood water threats. were provided by the Nathan Porter trust fund. the city.

was, not a free service in regard to safety and welfare of the The operations most generally directly associated with public Thus, the negro children of the community knew for the first In 1959 the city commission spent $1,200 for the construction of
community because the sf'w.c' was dumped raw along the shoresof safety and welfare are the police and fire departments and many time the privileges of having a complete and properly lighted the concrete dancing and skating patio for the Youth Center' to
beautiful Lake Tohopekaliga.: thereby polluting the waters and improvements have been made in these operations with additional recreational l area. Lights for the baseball field, tennis courts and increase and expand the recreational facilities for the youth of the
making them unsafe for recreational" use. facilities and equipment. shuffleboard courts cost over $8,000. The city's cost in labor for community..
A revenue certificate issue in the amount oof $525,000 was sold In 1953 the City Commission authorized the purchase of a new this program totaled $1,139.00. Another major phase of the capital improvements for the
for this program! at a very favorable interest rate and construc- fire truck which"would radically upgrade the fire fighting department. In 1950 the city commission authorized the construction of part city of Kissimmee has been that of street paving. in cooperation
tion began. In August of 1955 the new and modern sanitary sewage I The truck cost 17337.50 and provided the highly commendable volunteer of the bulkhead or seawall on the lakefront. This was to herald the with the property owners along the streets. Through the special
treatment plant was placed in operation as the greatest single Accomplishment ,fire department with a much needed piece of equipment in its beginning of a long range program which culminated in 1959 in the assessment paring program whereby the property owners pay a
by the people of Kissimmee, in public health improve- never: ending battle against destructon by fire. completion of the seawall from the boat basin around to Neptune major part of the construction costs there have been a total of
ments in many years. Since the acquisition of the new Seagrave pumper in 1954 Road, with the provision of boat launching ramps. 86 blocks of city streets constructed within the past ten years.
Sanitary sewer trunk lines were extended into areas hereto- the city has added two more pieces of equipment to the Fire De- The increasing use and growing demand for the lakefront for Total cost of these improvements including the cost shared by.
fore not served thereby almost completely covering the developed partment consisting of an ambulance which will serve as part of boating and fishing activities made this program one of the most the property owners as well as the city, has been $103,940.00. Under
areas of the community. This meant the doing away with the rescue unit and another small pumper. These two items were. popular of the recreational phase of the community. A total of the sponsorship of the Chamber of Commerce, the City Commissionand
outside toilets and troublesome septic tanks. acquired through the County Civil Defense organization. 186? feet of lakefront bulkhead or seawall was constructed over the County Commission a great number of roads and streets have
The extension of these trunk lines into additional areas of the I r I been paved from secondary road funds in and around Kissimmee
community made it practical now for residential development of by the State Road Department. These have included such streets t!
many areas in the community which heretofore were left undevelopeddue Thacker Avenue, Patrick Street, a portion of Mabbette Street, Ceiu
to the lack of sanitary sewer and water facilities. In addition City Commission Rotary Hears Of tral Avenue, resurfacing of Church Street, resurfacing of Lakeshore
approximately 10,300 feet of sanitary sewer lines have been constructed Drive, East Vine: Street, North Main Street, and others.
by the City at a cost of 26930.
With the financial aid of subdivision developers in cooperationwith
the city, major areas have been provided with sanitary sewersin Met Tuesday NightCharles Utilities ProgramHow
the past five years. -
Another major development in public health and safety has been Best Qualified-By Far :
the' expansion of the city's water system. In 1952 and 1953! a new Taylor, associate planner Com. Jess Thacker moved that the electric light people 2773 to 5032 and the average load
12-inch well was drilled to the depth of 720 feet to provide additional of the Florida. Development the resolution providing for pay- keep your clock running accuratelywas jumped from 794 to 2028. I
The
water supply for the residents of the growing. community. As late as Commission, met with the City ment of Requision No. 59 to explained to members of the
1955 and 1956 many areas of the community were not served satis- Commission to discuss the state's Smith and Gillespie, engineers, in Rotary Club of Kissimmee by Roy community system is interconnected
factorily and adeauately with water mains and water supply. program and participation in an the amount of $1,074.32 be ap- Hansel, superintendent, of public with St. Cloud's municipal sys-
Since 19a5 four and six inch water mains have been extendedto overall planning program for the proved. utilities at Monday's meeting. tem for the, emergency exchange

many areas and from Bermuda Avenue west on Ernest Street, Seconded The of 1500 kw. Plans being
city.After by CornDan Autreyand program was presented by are madeto
Emmett Street and Mabbette Street to Thacker Avenue and have a general discussion of Don Stetson
carried unanimously. partly to satisfy his increase the capacity of the
been tied in and looped on Thacker Avenue thereby providing the program with the joint commissions Com. Autrey moved that the own curiosity, but audience parti-
adequate water supply and pressure for a great area of development the planning committee resolution providing for paymentof cipation indicated members of the interchange lines and gear. ?a

to the community.The retired to the city manager's office Requisition No. 60 to Saine club and Kissimmee citizens generally
cost of these facilities run into many thousands of dollars for a further detailed discussion much interested
Co.. Inc. in the amount of $2- are very in Kowboys Lose
which were provided from revenues from the electrci and water
sys- with Taylor. 993.60 on estimate no. 6 of Prefect all aspects of their publicly-owned
tem. The new well was constructed from a portion of the electric and Com. Tom Blain moved that the No. 4 be approved. Secondedby utilities. Opener 13-1
water revenue certificate issue of 1952 which totaled $685,000, but Florida Development Commissio'lPlanning !
Com. Thacker and carried The city's newest
generator,
an
the water line extensions have been made from current operating The Kissimmee Kowboys will
Department be requestedto
unanimously. Com. Albert Rogers eight-cylinder diesel designed for
capital f
Approximately" S50OOttbeen put .into waterline extensions i study the Kissimmee situationand moved that resolution providing gas operation (by July) and the: meet Evans of Orlando at the k

for a total of 16.3)0;) feet in the past ten years. These water present: a program outlining :.'for payment' Requisition N& latest ever built ,by:"Fairbanks: Oaceola 'Athletic Field Friday at
facilities cost, time and other 61 in the amount of $50,362.82 to Morse, will meet the city's needs 8" "
line extensions do include
not those made by subdivisions and
phases that would be included in Saine Company, Inc. for estimateno. until 1961, Hansel said. p.m.
developers at their expense in cooperation with the city into I. their
such and recommendation They opened season Mon-
a program .
No. 7 be
subdivisions. 1 on Project ap Asked whether steam turbine
However, these extensions do provide the water
for implemeciting such a proved. Seconded by Com. Blain generation! would be practical at day night with a bitter defeat by
supply to the areas of development.
tion for implementing such a Sebring when they went down
and carried unanimously. that time Hansel replied it would
The in the of
greatest single water facility development history
Com. Jess Thacker and carried 13 to 1. Gary Jones was the los-
Farmer presented a list of revised depend on whether the communi
the of Kissiramee is under and will
City currently way greatly expand '
unanimously. ing pitcher. He was relieved in
facilities and improve the supply and pressures of the water cost estimates on the paving ty's base load could be increased
system. Much has been said about the electric and water expansion City Manager Harold Farmer program and asked that if the from about 1300 to about 3000 the 4th inning by Ken Murphy.

program in which we are now involved. However, singling out the presented Requisition Nos. 59, 60 commission was agreeable and KW, or whether a market could be Coach Jack Yearwood said yes
water system development for special' consideration seems proper in and 61 from' the Construction that if these estimates met with found for additional current during terday that they are starting the
this discussion .of progress in the decade of 19501960. Of the' total Trust Fund for payment Requisition the satisfaction of the commissionthat the present lowconsumptionhours season with a green team but
$1,310,000 electric and water revenue certificate issue of 1959 approximately No. 69 was to Smith and Gil- the resolution be amended } from midnight until 6 a.m. hopes that as the season progress
$270,000 will be spent for water system improvements.A lespie of $1,074.32 as engineering and adopted so the city could "Your electric clock is a dependable ses, much improvement will be
new 14-inch well was drilled to supply additional water to fees on the estimates proceed with the notice of the time piece," Hansel said, shown.
meet these growing requirements and a new treating plant and from Saine Company and Fair program.: "because an elaborate 'system of The probable starting lineup (4
aerator are constructed to make the water safe for use. Quite banks-Morse Company.ELLIOTT'S \ Com. Tom Blain moved that the governing devices maintains a motor for the game Friday will be Bob
paving program resolution as revised speed within 1% over or un- Gehrett ss; Don Streetman rf;
with the revised cost figures ; der the 277 rmp which produces Butch Parrish, 2b; Barney Parker "
be accepted and approved. 60 cycles on the new generator. If; Ken Murphy, 3b; Frank You are cordially invited to talk personally with "
Seconded by Corn. Jess Thackerand Manual adjustments-usually made Glass, c; Chris Foran, cf; Phil
GROCERY STORES carried unanimously. between midnight and morning- Flater, Ib; Gary Jones and Billy FARRIS BRYANT
Com. Autrey moved that the keep the city's clocks in harmonywith Wilson ,p.
naval time." The team is scheduled to travelto
observatory
TWO STORES TO SERVE, YOUNo. item Florida of the Flood Central Control and Report Southern be Hansel said between 1952 and Frostproof Tuesday. night fora about problems of your State Government at an .

the agenda. Secondedby 1959 the number of meters in Kis- game there. informal reception to be held at the Tropical
1-831 Palm Way. Ph. TI 6-6333 O No. 2-720 Bermuda. Ph. TI '6-8622 placed on simmee increased from 2509 to
Com. Blain and carried unan- the number of kilowatts More lives lost in the Hotel in Kissimmee on MONDAY MARCH 28
S8J9, were
pro- ,
OPEN MONDAY THROUGII THURSDAY 6 GilL to 8 P.M. FRIDAY TIL 9 & SAT. TILL 10 P. JL imously.
duced rose from 6,957,500 to 19- Civil War than in any other war from
2:30 to 4
Miles discussed the : p.m.
Mayor Riley
4 518,300. The average kilowatts in which the United Statse has
Central and Southern Florida billed per meter increased from been engaged.

PORK SPARE RIBS Ib 29c .-- the Flood improvements Control Report of relative the upper to The Kissimmee Gazette. Thursday, March 24, 1960 Page 3 (Paid Political Advertisement)
SALE
Kissimmee waterways and asked
Starts Thar noon thru the Commission to conider en-
PORK CHOPS Ib 49c Sat., March 26th. dorsement of the report to giveit -
a little more emphasis in its Going To Paint It Yourself? Our Grand Opening Specials

WE WILL CUT TO OR-43c ; final approval and completion will> be continued 1 more week.
DER ANY CUT OF BEEF Cora. Blain moved that a letterof
Boston 'Then why not buy paint and supplies from dealer who has ROCKCOTE
your
commendation be sent to the a
PORK YOU WANT if it isn't in spent years in the painting business? We not only sell paint but we LATEX PAINT
Butts IB- our Show Cases. Central and Southern Florida know how to apply it. Come in before you start to paint and let's (Interior) S.$398
Flood Control governing board talk over the job you are planning to do. I believe I can help yon.
__ and staff for the completion ,ofthe There's absolutely no obligation. ROCKCOTE
report and their recommendations FLAT WALL PAINT
GOOD HEAVY BEEFCHUCK Gal.
and that an endorsement of See me at the (Exterior_) _
the city commission to be madeon Pure Bristle& One Lot 3 for 99=

ROAST Ib. 49CFULL the report to be transmittedto PAINT BRUSHES One Lot 99: each ,
the Cental and Southern Florida BRUSH N' BUCKET

Flood Control District gov+ RGCKCGTE
erning board. Seconded by Corn
CUT Rogers and carried unanimously PAINT SHOP SPECTRCMATIC PAINTS
"Guaranteed By Good Housekeeping"

ROUND STEAl lb. 79c
County's Vital

StatisticsListed 1f : -t 14Bryan

BONELESSSIBLOIN In Osceola County, for the 12 ,

TIP ROAST < Ib 79c month period beginning January i

1959, and ending December, 1959,

NONE BETTER FRESUGROUND 252 marriages were reported by t 1 St1.'eet

s the: vital =statistics summary of 1 pint of Rocket9 Spedroi or1 1
LEAN BEEF Ib' 4CJc ,__
the Florida State Board of Health, tnotic Enamel from 1

with, only two livorees or airal- your Rocked deafer. 1 TI 6-8373
PURE VEGETABLE TRU-PAK -

Fresh SHORTENING 31bs 63c ments.The total bjlhs" in Osceola e Painting
County were 377 of which 310
CARROTS ---'II were white and 61 colored. The Bring this ticket to
1 Lb. Cello Bag deaths this period numbered f k / Paints
for
r free
GENUINE WHOLE EGG TRUPAKMAYONNAISE : our store-. receive your pint
which 248 white and ; .
266 of were
Sc 18 colored ind the number of ( % : ,:,. t / of Rockcote quality enamel in any
pint 3lc -c
infant deaths were 10, six being -jxfrcolor desired. SuppliesWADE
Fresh white and the remaining colored.

CELERY'TRU.PAX The leading cause of death, was
heart disease 99, followed bycan. BLEVL'iS

2 for 19fi COFFEE 1 Ib can 69c 36.cer, 40, cerebral vascular disease,

Accidents accounted for 12 "Color Headquarters of Kissimmee"L
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Pare 4 The Kisslmmec Ciiette Thursday Marth'Jl, 1960
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart of Sch6ol of Music\ Social i ,
Plant City flew putt to visit lira .- I fi Security. Official'Td Visit City ._'
Stewart's parents, Mr. and Mi presents"rtS gram '.
Byron R. Patton, district : This( fs made available
Flood Vast r. G. Matz. They flew over i manager : service
Damage heir new plane their oth A half hoar of organ music of the Social Security Administration to those who 'W sh'tto-apPly for

,lane was demolished in the to. laved by Mrs. Maude Dunsmore District Office in Orlando old-age and survivors insurance
undo that struck the Plant CU.Jbrport nd Mrs. Vera Sidlo,preceded the ,'Rill be at tha Community
benefits, social security account:
in Central FloridaMrs. last week. swat half hour .of eommunitymging House in KiM aX1\ee on Meftdaf.
# at the meeting of the April 4, and on Monday, April id numbers, or obtain information
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Matz spet: ossinunee: All States Tourist Club 1960 between the hours of 9 a.m. about the Social Security Administration -
Rita Hunt, chairman of Osceola County chapter, American ,t a f the week end at Orlando wilt Al toesday night. and bOon. program.
the Osceola County chapter of Red Cross,, P. 0. 'Box 706 Kis- and Mn;: E. F. Boldea and Scotty Lou Dettman announced that
the American' Red Cross, has reported simmee. 4 a They attended the Pine Hills .. .
Mr. .- -- --
a and Mrs. Bert Everett placed ; -4-'
that more than; 5,000 cent Methodist Church Sunday where ..
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tral Florida reaidenta have been Mrs. Bolden had placed flowers first In the Riedel tournament and
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forced to flee their homes aa a Capt. 'Nathan Bryan, Jr. honoring her mother's Mrs. H. J. Senecal! and Mrs. Edna Ir- -

result of widespread flooding Sent To English Base f Mats) birthday. Monday night win placed second.: ._ _. i;
during the week. Water ,
past ?
they attended the talent show at The Kissimmee Stationers tour-
depth varied from a- few inches to Capt. John Nathan Bryan Jr., ( t o c -
15 feet, which was reported in has been sent to England with the .he whieh Trinity Scotty Lutheran is a student School o nament will start Thursday at :, ._ _;> !_ :.,; '_ :.-: :.:;...::L j;
tf:30 aJn. There will be two divi
Masaryktown north of Tampa. United States.Air Force. For the
Red Cross assistance b being past two years he has beeQ stationed Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Miller, mem: sions in this tournament. The ; >
Lakeland Full Moon tournamentwill :.: it. :'i;;::. ? ._ _:'
given to flood victims in all areas, at Greenville Miss., AFB wets of the Osceola High Schoo.
be played March 28 and 29.
according to Mrs. Hunt. In Tampa where he was a jet pilot instruc faculty, spent last weeK end at The last
tournament of the
,
five shelters were in operationfor tor. rfraniord, where they were guests will be Hunt Bros., April 5 and year 6. < ::tOOf: :.: '
flood evacuees, and more than Bryan was graduated from Os- of Airs. Miller's parents, !tr. ana --
6,000 meals were provided by Red ceola High School and immediately CROSSED WIRES The turn-about Dance, sponsored by the Mrs. 0. Z. Jones. Mrs. Maude Williams reporteda
Cross volunteers, she sad. These 1 enlisted with the Air Forc He Tohopekaliga Yacht Club was a howling success, as can be seen in large attendance at the Saturday :$
operations will continue longas was assigned to Columbia, S. C., the above ,photo. The fudges had a hard time picking the costume Mr.. and Mrs. Roland Lynch 01 mght dance.
as
when he went to the Philippine winaera, bat finally ended op with Ruth Davis, most comical maa; Columbus Ohio will arrive this John MacGilliyray announcedthat
flood waters make it impossible Islands for a,, This followed Marie Rigga. most handsome man, Rnssell Lasko, most comical wee for a visit with Mrs.jjjrnch's the membership is 914 to
year. was
for families to return to and Paul
woman Rigga most handsome woman. In the
their homes, she added. by tours of duty at San left to right, Dick and Rath Davis Bob and Ginny Childers pictureare parents Mr. and Mrs. date.Lucy Hamlin reported 22 tablesat I
U. Matz.
Antonio, Texas, Japan and Korea. j.
This is a close-to-home ex- and Claude and Clara'Banb. the
play at card
When he party Monday
returned to the Stateshe %
ample of Red Cross emergency Mark and Bobbie Wilson and nignt with high scores being held
was placed at the AFB at Pine
assistance, Mrs. Hunt said. r--- two children have moved to Dallas by the following: contract, Mrs.
Castle
where he served .
"Food shelter and other basic as jet 'texas, where Mark has
pilot instructor.He en- Ame Sonday; 500, Joe Poskins;
needs will be provided by Red They WentJhafawa'f tered the Uupton.J ones and Dallas euchre Martin Kyre; pinochle, Ed;
expects to have his family
Cross during the Then i ,
emergency. join him in England. institute College of Mortuary. Hanse; canasta Mrs. Harold
the Red Cross will continue to :Science:) for one year.Clark Rocker.
stand by victims of the flood and Louis Smith asked that all
help them back on their feet AU Mrs. IIettinger To : those who wished to have their .. #
of this help is given freely-no Hiss Elected address corrected to contact him -- '" 1tCURRENT;
strings atta.ched-u a gift of the Attend Conference immediately. -

American people." Min William E. Hettinger P. : .. Cfarden Circle Head It was voted to continue with - .......- .. ""'.,.--
By BETTY EDT ,, ,, .. _.... ANNUAL
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"We in Osceola -- --- : '
urge everyone O. Box 625, St. Cloud is one of Miss Sarah Clark was elected the Kow Kapital! Tournament an '- -
County to help tneir near neigh- the Florida delegates to the other year.
bors hi central Florida," Mre. White House Conference on Chil- presiaent of Magnolia Circle 01me Mr. and Mrs. Guy Richmond z- -- -- (l--: '
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Hunt said. "Thi is Kissimmee Garden Club at - -"-"" '
saluted
our opportunity dren and Youth, to be held March were on their 50th wed -
to give our help when it is 27-April 2 in Washington D. C. Marvin Underwood of Rome, through Mrs. Carr at Tilden 6- ihe meeting held at tne home o. ding anniversary. .
most needed, by contributing now Georgia was the week end guest airs. .t;. J. Hetnenngton in iaor Mr. Ruffner introduced Miss:

through plat Red Cross. No reason for doing it is good of Orange Mr. and Gardens.Mrs. Bill Skinner !id 3388.Mr.. and bits William N. Net rare Monday nignt. me state
Donations should be mailed to reason for not doing it. tIes and children of Miami spent wiuia tuao included ii&diarilyn Music as master of ceremonies for

Mrs. Charles Dyer and her the week end visiting the Bob uieincn, vice presiueiuMrs. the program ,ot'IOi0s and music y
daughter, Mrs. Alice Reardon, of .Berlinskys and the McLaughlix Bruce .i'arun. secretary, amiirs. presented by her and her pupils. .l/j ,ezrtet / tI'io.
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Youngston, Ohio will arrive Mon family rr. James Kuoie treasurer w:,, Visiting and dancing closed an 'ASSOCIATION-/OF
OSCEOIA COUNTY
SATURA..NOW IN NEW day to spend two weeks visitingMrs. unanimouaiy eiecteu. polo >irt.farun >. enjoyable evening.Professional ....
Dyer's son, Art, and his Blake Williams who has been anu Mrs. Kuble were reelected ';;I"" "' I, -.l -
family.Mr. stationed with the Air Force at to tne offices: tney held '
INTRODUCTORY SIZE Sheppard Field Texas, is visiting curing tne past year. GroupTo KISSIMMEE' .{ ST. CLOUD
and Mrs, Jessie Blow vf his lather Olin Williams, for a Miss bietrica presided at the Meet Friday rioMiornci

GRAYLook Michigan Lakeland,. spent formerly the, week of Dryden end at few days. ington business gave meeting.the uevotionals.Airs iiethei trans- * ft if. *: it * *
DOROTHY
BY the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mitchell Hill, who has spent wvre nuioe xor members to auenume The Professional and Welfare
with scientifically developed Satura Carr in Huntington Heights. the last three years in Germany, District beven harden anu Group of Osceola County will ACCOUNTS INSURED TO $10,000
younger returned last Friday and is visiting meet Friday at noon at the Park-
...now offered in a special $1.00 ize.Contains a bal Mr. and Mrs. Walter Darling his parents Mr. and Mrs. Bud home 'lour in Oriando 1n rsa Y. view Restaurant at St. Cloud. -- '

anced blend of estrogenic hormones, moisturizers, plan to leave next week for their: Hill.Mrs. ims event federation will beneiu-garuen tne Ctuo'bbuilding 1'rairis Charles Dr. George Beauchamp and Dr. --, -,, -. ; .. ? .
C.
home at ,Perry Michigan. Tindallwill be the
emollients,and Vitamin A to help give you a fresher, Tommy Horner< and chil land Also it Was an principal speakers.
look.FREE. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Mantey of dren, Tommy, Jr., Sally and Richard nounceu tnat several members
younger Lockhart, formerly of Caro, liich- and Mrs. Norman Wright and will attend toe annual conventionto
jgan.spent; Sunday at the Harvey eon! Steve of Woods town, N. J. be held in Palm Beacn Apn ////6/ /

I Or get a l0-day trial size free when Cam in Hnntington Heights. are visiting the D. L. Autreys at 14-ltf. c ,
During the afternoon Mr. Mantey 21 Clyde Ave. '!'ile club's project-beautification -
you purchase Satura Cream with Hormones for$3.50or showed pictures of his recent tripto of toe Mary Uryan !;temen- UP AND BE COUNTED

Satura Lotion for $3.00.Broadway Soutn America on the Eisenhower !: Jess Thacker and Kate Knox tary School groanua was aiscuwsed. SItND
Extension Farm Uoodwi'l'l visited in Tallahassee last week. It w4 decided to assis.. _
four of which men from Michigan Jess was on a business trip ana Mrs. JSluabetn iniiard, chairmanof .
'were l in the group. It was had I lunch with Gov. Collins while Community and Home Beautiikation .

Pharmacy conducted by George Lansburg ol Kate visited her son, Jennings, in' plans lor a specia
Caro. Mr-, Mantey nas generously family. ,
"**' : day foe club members to work on : ;
Your Walgreen Agency. ottered! to show the slme to any ?
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poskins entertained this project. ..,
civic clubs that might be interest '
201 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-2351 a group of friends at Mre. William H. Prather, cochairman : .
ed.. Arrangements be madeDON'T !
may dinner Sunday night to honor of the Flower Show to

the Hugh AtKins on their 13th be held on Saturday and Sunday .

i wedding anniversary. Other guests April 2-3, outlined plans for the ts'r ,wp r
,..,. I included Mr. and Mrs. Cal Morse event, and explained the various r
and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Duns- categories. She also demonstrated -,

more. After the dinner, slides oi f several flower arrangements, with
South America were shown by especial emphasis on dried mn ;
SELL Mr. Poskins, who has just returned terial.!
from there. Refreshments were served tj i
the hostess during the social hour :
YOUR CITY SHORTFor Dr. Hugh S. Geiger Jr. and his following the meeting. It wet ALONG
I family were featured in the Dude announced that the next meetingwill .
Living section of the Atlanta be at the home of Mrs. John 1 WITII : I

Journal and Constitution Sunday.A Doss on Orange Blossom Trail 03 ,

full. page color picture as well April 18.Friendship.
several years you have repeatedly as some small ones showed the THE OTHmR
family and Hugh in his home

heard statements-that city of- built for music. Class To 441 !

Mrs. Lee (Martha) Graves un Hold Class ,Party PATRIOTIC

ficials not-elected' but derwent surgery this week at the 4 .. .
were were Orange Memorial Hospital.On The Friendship Class of the( '
the sick list this week'. Church of the Nazarene will hold e e AfJUERICAHSqQ

chosen*by a small group.ART at the Osceola Hospital C. B. its monthly class party at the ; .
Green, George James, Mrs. Lyons, home of Mr. and Mrs. Willan I !
bars Prescott, Mrs. Lilian Parker, Lorey at Intercession City Friday:
Mrs. Hattie Niemann, Miss Cheryl night at 7:30.Members I.eo-- '
SCALLI __ Bass, Mrs. Kerce, Mrs. Emma: and friends of the FLY YOUR FLAG ONTHESE'PAIBIOTIC ''lOh' = '
Luthar Mrs. George James, Mil* class are urged to attend. Mrs. DAYS \
ton Murphy A. McDowell, A. K. Lena B. West is teacher of the Fcbruory r2-L.coln. Birthday.if UtgeSYDU i\ PIJ

On Tuesday March 29 the voters will have Shumate, Stewart Armstrong, class. FtWirary 22-Washi.yten's tnOW\\\
you .
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Earl Smith, Mrs. Bessie Paul,
Mrs. Moore, Ira :Mary: Myers, 7k rtE y M Moy-A,.. '. f\a\
the privilege of selecting a City Commissioner Mrs. Gladys Cox, Mrs. Peed, Mr*. Mary Has ar Attends AMay 3o-M..eriaI Oar, Day I and/ to Fly your

from three candidates Marion Newton, Mrs. Alice Guia, Chicago ConventionMary ketf staff......til aoeaJ).
to represent you ther Sauuel Cunnar, Mrs. Dorothy I J4MM r- -Fist Day. .
Davis and baby. At the Kis- Haslar, treasurer of First J.., 4-1ttd.,*'""nc* Day. 9 The Fbfi of the United States M one of the oldest
in 2. sidmee Charles Gather iu onat banners in use by any country. At the sgbeGfiemhip :
Group Hospital Festal flew to Chicago Wednes if September 17-Con rivti & Lnwith Alaska and Hawaii admitted
to statehood
Mary Margaret McBride, day to attend the national convention Day. it i.also a brand new Old Glory.
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Mrs Barbara Helton, Mrs. Kay of savings and loans controllers N vmb I1-V..s D%.
The of
adoption the new 50-star hat
Flag
given
'-DON'T SELL YOURSELF AND THE CITY Story, Clint Faust, Jr., Charles to be held at the Palmer special emphasis to the American Legion's campaign
Brayboy. ){rs. Dorothy Stine House in Chicago from Thursdayto urging all t Americans to "Own a Flag-and to fly
OF KISSIMMEE SHORT. bangh, Martin Hoban, Mrs. Bessie Saturday, March 24th through year Flag." If you own a Flag pledge now to fly ft.
Harvey N. Ray Carroll, Mre. the 26th. If,KW,do not own a-ffal. your local American
Ida Engle, Thomas Southerland, While there :Mrs. Haslar intends Leffcn Post win be gad to supply good Flag at a

Mrs. Ametta Bailey Mrs. Lois to visit the American Sav ndonab-Ic. cost.V. ...
Go to the Fire Station and vote for the Myers, Dee Kilbury: Carl Miller ings and Loan Institute. in Chi --.7""T-l--: ; ..-
% Jr., George Gardner, Edward Me
Candidate who will give you the representation Lean M. C. partin Wayne Large. cago..
c Dlaklnson\ -Carsan Post No. 10
Birthday congratulations this .
need. Baptist Chapel Holds
you week are being sent to Jane THE AMERICAN LEGION

Stanko L. M. Wiilams Cart Dear* Fellowship Supper ..
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min, Jimmy Barker Ann Wfliiams -
have Betty Carr Hilda Gallo The North Kissimmee Baptist '
I been active in civic affairs for '
our community AnnouncementS
'. way Janie Harellson, Sam Lupfer Chapel on Dongean Avenue enjoyed ? .
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for Ann Rolls, Billy Quirk, Nancy a fellowship supper Wednes :
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almost 9 years-twice as I long as Stark Stanley liavis, Kay Warren day night March 16 at the chapeLIn N Y D E R S

-'" Lorraine Smith i3eanor: spite of the bad weather 25
either of my opponents. : Humphrey, bunny Overstreet; were present. Those present wh*
Spencer:; Overstreet, Sarah Homer, enjoyed a delicious cgvered dish DUTCH XIToC.BENFotJau1r
Jess Kibler Billy Oephart, Sherry supper, hymn singing and a short

This 'means that I am better qualified to know btory Margaret. Best .wishes Wuirk to ash HngaStepnens. t>\ Mrs.prayer John service Magness were, :Mr.Rev.and Mrs.and )Ira. Newman's Retnrant. U. s. 441 East


',-:and solve the problems involved in your/;'' you. Levi Caldwell Pearman., Mr. and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.Mack H.C.Me- IS NOW OWNED AND OPERATED BY MR. 'AND MRS. EDMUND SNYDER

Pete Wears, student at Georgia Clain and Mike; Mr. and Mrs. J.Dj .
City Government. Tech .s spending the fepnngnolloays Hankn, Steve and Mike; Mrs: ..
eo' wiin his parents ;=r. Lester Stephens Greg and Eddie; FULL COURSE DINNERSA '.Home Made Soups Pies

and Mrs. Gilbert Me rs. Mrs. Wanda Taylor, Mrs. Pat Turkey *- Steaks Roasts ,
Evans, Nancy Smith Evelyn AND PLATTERS ,
CAST A VOTE FOR EXPERIENCE Dixie Alford student at Keuyot; Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Bock Smith Chops Seafoods Salads' ;1

College U spenoing- the cpnnnolidaya and three children, and Mrs. Amy Specials Every Day _' Sandwiches ,
< with his pAtcnU, ?ar. aa? .Swallows.

VOTE FOR ART SCALLI \ rs. tester AilorcL Prices to Suit Everyone. -Drop in and see-U.* : -.=_ WeflDo, Our Best-To1 Pleas*!
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: Jess 'inacker, Lena Hunt, JUt, t .. .
Six hundred sixty-nine new ; '
Hunt and Xr. and Mrs.villiat}
papers purchased in the United > .'- '8* 'P.M..
As Your City Cemmissie from tfronson attended an recite WEEK'Da.Y'A.M.'
.er Group .2. organ States every second of ever) OPEN ,7'DAYS. .A ..
It Winter .
Hrren arte* *
-Sunday -
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.raid Politic) Adv.:rtlMnu nO minute of every hour of ever) SJHI t-ii-11.M.> to 8:). P.M "
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GRID THE., ? Editorial The March:l, 1960 Page 5


4 KISSIMMEE JL J.h. II. Perry GAZETTE Ne..ier His'Talk ;Not ; rt SHOWS TONITE

ACTIVE ill ".'; Cheap : In the light
tn MudsES N Offices :..26 Stewart'Aye.. ," ductive "* ". s .
0 o y Telephone TIlden 6-2221 Mia .
( 1960 For the most signed to- be !
> enlightening background yet compiled on
the U. S. and
"t Eatr.4 M Scond CUM fall Matter
41'j0 Senator Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, who is now
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\ la the Post Offie at KUslnuMe. Fla.i some .information
setting out to prove that Wisconsin goes (in the April iii

i Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, 1?ion as primary) so goes the Democratic Party" we give you the esting.Publisher ''
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Glenn
-" indefatigable Martz, publisher of Washington's "Low- writes "The
LEO SCHUMAKER .. down on FarmAffairs"t"Last ; :
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION ftlly-4ifflited .....
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.' "- y 'r April talkative,Mr, Humphrey was monoton- -.-- -- "'
izing the Senate with nonsensical chatter while colleagues farmer under ,

RATES squirmed impatiently, waiting to get down to important busi- produces only ..... ...-; .
Six months $!..50; one year; $4.00> ;two years, $7.00 ness at hand. American farmer ;

'When I was in the old office building' he said, 'my production }
-to
chair was one of those rickety old chairs that would not freer, s+
) s work. While I was at Bethesda (Naval Hospital) the doctor each other to st 6 a lsc,3x5
ment and
told me I had,to get a different chair for myself. J hope I
", will not be charged rent for using that chair.' plies work In : ;

IJned 6 gjleor "Whereupon Senator Kenneth B. Keating of New Yotk )dean, to learn
drily remarked: 'This is the first time I have heard that the sell at ft profit.
distinguished Senator from Minnesota has ever sat down." cisions. Neither

With this introduction, the February issue df "Low. on ,the kind .
r down" reports on its painstaking research on the question: What Mr. A,
"Does Senator Humphrey actually talk as much as peoplesay ment and other

he does?" In brief summary, Senator Humphrey took up the; essential
CHICK HINT CHICKEN 629 pages in the regular section of the 1959 CongressionalRecord against the .

Earl J. Hensel Jr., who operates Hensel's five-and-ten cent tore or 5V_% of the Senate space. If the others had force:-the .. 5. -
Jn St. Cloud, came up with a devilish revelation this week. Earl say talked as much, the Senate proceedings, would have requiredfive tary action. And,
he caught a young girl stealing merchandise in his store. Her take times as much space. In the "Appendix" where Con- ways triumphed
was lipsticks, hair spray and other similar items that amounted to gressional remarks are "extended," :Mr. Humphrey required : -
about six bucks. When apprehended the young girl admitted that shedidn't
182 Had all members of Congress "matched Mr. Humphrey's
pages.
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have to "steal the merchandise for economic reasons-but ''
wordiness, Mr. Martz computes the 1959 Congres
Xhe
wanted to belong to the Chicken Club.
The Chicken Club, it seems, is a group of young girls and in sional Record would have occupied a total of 433,074 pages k. as an airman, your training
order to be a member, you have to steal something. In other wordsto rather than the 35,648 actually required! And of the 140
belong to the Chicken Club, young chicks can't be chicken. The days on which the Senate met, Senator Humphrey "took the '.Concern : make you a valuable man
young girl also admitted that activities of the club were country floor and talked during 109 of them!I" ids with in this jet air age
wide, so parents take note! That the Minnegotan'a "talkathons" were no "Contribution foreign makers
to the cause of good legislation" Mr. Martz out
CLARENCE'S CONTRIBUTIONWhen points The usual l '
I *brightest future today beltagt to tin man with sound technical
the late Clarence Thacker was a member of the Central repeated Humphrey self-contradictions, notes that.measures costs. And that .And nowhere else ia the opportunity greeter for training inlet
and South Florida Flood Control District, he made it possible for introduced or sponsored by him would: recognize Red China,I i it is .not',the Force.' maintenance. Whatever,roar electronics future aad plan allied mar C.be W,.,than ur Air la the Fore U.experi S. Air
y
the city's drainage ditch system to be deepened widened, cleaned out repeal the Connally Amendment and have upped the national l Natiohal .ReView, will prove inraluable. So,atari building a rewarding career for
and diked. The project was accomplished by the City of Kissimmeeand dent by over $100 billion. ngAt 1I0W.See your local Air Force BecraHer.
at a cost in the neighborhood of $50,000 created a project esti- But, when he's the Democratic Presidential candidate, devil.Tft i in quote ( .........................,......,.,
What i it saved the citizens of many
mated at $80,000.
approximately
hear him for Ask local recruiter how
can yourself. your :
KJssimmee last week can never be estimated, but it can safely be said you European and :
You
go : you can enlist and train :
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that if this project had not been made possible by Clarence Thacker tically ; ; place faster : with your buddy :
the city of Kissimmee would have been inundated by flood water. companies from onth.anvolunteer* .
:Many thousands of dollars and possibly some lives were saved by the You Don Need vation of plant. team. : 8.SGT. PAIX E. ZIEUO :
untiring efforts of this honorable soldier and citizen. MoneyCharity world ,makes it e U. S : !Ie your local :
: U.S.AIR FORCB RECRUITER :
AND THE PART HAROLD PLAYED the latest He Is loc.' d atKlMtlmiMr
Riley Miles who made a magnificent presentation of centralFlorida's fund raisers don't always want these write-offs; in FORCE. Pent Offlr ever :
money
of the commission, included its tax .: let and :Sri M.BT> 1* a-..
water problems at meeting county on
a days. And, by the same token don't have to money till ao.s. :
in his brilliant talk mention of the role Clarence played in have you always in the_world are .:............c......................
to contribute to
money a worthy cause.
getting And proper Riley drainage didn't forget systems the for vital:issimmee.l part played in this project by This remarkable state of affairs is revealed by Curtis L. tax which Our they !: contributed in the interest ef our Nabsnal Security' by

City Manager Harold Far rner, who refused to be whipped down by the Carlson, president of the Trading Stamp Institute of Amer- pride in ;
high estimates of the project$SO,000. ica. He tells us that fund collectors are having increasing : ciency' seems to THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE
Riley said Harold hedged, dodged trimmed*fiddled and fussed and difficulty in collecting money since most families spend 'for is llnost t," "
came up with a finished product that cost about half that amount. necessities, save for luxuries or buy them on time, but do not floods of,j qtCJ!

FACT OR FICTION? budget for donations to charity, even though they .are tax- system, nyhjcn : \ :
deductible. And the steady march of inflation makes the makes:new; nv ME.
For a number of years now, there has been a complaint prevalent collector's job tougher day by day. ly thtr, \ (&&:(n.t$ .

among our citizens that some were not interested in municipal elections But 40 million American families who save trading "'*, v : To help YOU with the administration of YOUR

because of the fact that there was seldom any opposition to candidates. stamps do have something to give, even if there's no spare The is
City a municipal corporation worth
Certainly this complaint has merits, but we must ,also recognize the cash. And the trading stamps will, one way pr another, xh ; 5 million dollars. It is a corporation organized to

fact that in many inttaitcet the candidates had no opposition because produce most anything a chanty drive could be pointed at.. services for you and to look after your collec

they were running under pi< test themselves. In other words, it was Mr. Carlson reports that, since the redemption ceijters) .1"'U' interests in a more economical and efficient manner
where stamps are exchanged for gifts or premiums now rival
a difficult job to obtain one candidate.t The inert than
could do
We are ,very happy this year that eagj) candidate, has opposition, the finest department stores in merchandise. and include such a cost;they can on individual you basis.
all\ of whom, we feel, are quali1ed.'tcJand.. we think this makes itfems'as book club memberships, Broadway theater tickets the,;:American- Me { 1 an
for a healthy condition in our community. and trips' to Europe, there are several methods of converting Cost of Me4ICab I This corporation has become -
The Jnost important thing in Tuesday's election is the opportunity savings stamps into charity objectives. cine where cost- big business and
the city of Kissimmee has to find out if this complaint about no oppo "Organization members ,and their families," he says, of ?100,000 has ; will continue to grow and
sition is fact or fiction. With 2,000 voters registered and qualified to "may exchange stamps for merchandise which is then donated develop as part of the
cast a ballot, it will seem ridiculous if we coma up with some 400 votes directly to hospitals or other public or private (insti! The Assoc1 fatl a booming expansion of
cast as has been the case in the past two elections. If this again is a statement by J our Central Florida area.
tutions. award these fund raising
They gifts at '
true, a lot of people have been doing some phony bellyaching. may part "stn -project is
ties or social functions as prizes, or they may exchange their pUblJ c spending: As a voting residentof
stamps for cash." of: medical care. this city you have a

4'atc4crAJ AS examples he cites the Jaycees Wappinger's Falls, lives, health and N. Y., who enlisted 3,000 families in saving stamps to financea economies may i Group I, as well as in
king-sized annual party for underprivileged children, the tient. The coIt1m each other contest to select

V ,kiJditntnee '. Cerebral Palsy Auxiliary of Miami, Ha., whose fund raising ery angle and !" the candidate best
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prizes came from the stamps saved by 400 families, and the suggestions..'tIn qualified to help carry
New York Lighthouse for the Blind which acquired a new out the functions of a .
gfl'W station wagon out of the savings stamps of 1,500 families. effect, it city council in the administration
S "Hospitals, Boy Scouts, women's clubs and educational 1 ing all medical c of your :

; groups," Mr. Carlson reports, "are among the many who charges, nursing corporation. '

S By RITA HUNT nave adopted saving of trading stamps for community and surers surance m I feel that I have dem-
prepa
organizational chanty support.
section of tL (Bill) MORSE onstrated my interest in
I have a solution for the immediate relief of our excess water I This, it would seem, is a new twist to the old saw, .
problem. Pray that we have a big freeze, then saw the ice up in blocks : "Where there's a will there's a way." But when It is real- ions will be city and county by my past activities in a number
and haul them off by truck to the Atlantic ocean some 50 miles away ized that 250,000 of the nation's retailers paid $600 million onlyJn..ecnnopiies izaUons and have gained experience in others ,
and dump it. The only menace we might have from this action wouldbe for the trading stamps they gave to their customers in 1959, understanding! of would qualify me for: service on the City Com-
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an invasion of polar bears. it is easy to see that behind these myriad little pieces of
LAST WEEK'S WEATHER was not conducive to being outsideor gummed paper of various hues there Is solid value. PRoCLA Although I do not feel it necessary to "sales-talk"
for downtown shopping. Three events planned,for last weekendare friends into voting for me, I hope to reach people
being held over through Saturday, March %6th. Tuxedo Feed Whereas the .f' i solicit their support on an individual basis-partic-
Store' Garden Clinic, Brush n' Bucket's grand opening specials andTareai' The Right To Know-And To Leant one democracy'4: I the newer voters who may not be familiar with
' Spring Garden Sale,will all be held this weekend. liberties, ,andWhereai operation of the city.

SNYDER'S DUTCH KITCHEN, formerly Mrs. Newman's Restaurant Though we don't often stop to think about it, the news i modem,. yes l Among the organizations whose activities I feel
the world
is now owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Snyder, paperman and the teacher are both educators; both are dedicated .i ihfotmed. and particularly contributed to my qualifications are:
formerly of Slatington, Pa., and Dania Beach, Fla. The restaurant is to fighting ignorance with facts. On Feb. 13, the i '.Whereas*Florida Central'and Southern Florida Flood Control District
located half way between Kissimmee and St Cloud on U.S. 441. In nation honored a man and woman, one in each profession,! Its natural And -6% years as field representative.
addition to a fine restaurant business they also have a trailer park who have devoted their lives to this battle. I source* frith ,to
located the The Dutch )Kitchen specializes in full The fifth annual Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund 1
on same property. Golden Key Awards were presented in I in the,cultural\field' ,
t course dinners and special platters, offering a variety of steaks,chops, Atlantic City, N. J., to James K. Wiggins, president of the 1 Wherets.,iwJrg. ", year as field representative.City .
A seafoods, turkey, and sandwiches and salads. Homemade and pie and American Society of Newspaper Editors and vice president -i of Florida** < i Planning Commission (Kissimmee) active
homemade soups are fresh daily. -TheSn.del'l owned operated and executive editor pi the Washington Post; and to library ""'ftakd.: member. ,
experience -
Fla. Twenty
restaurants in Pennsylvania, and In Dania, years ;
in the food handling business qualifies them for success id Mr. Wiggins' fondly-remembered English teacher, ,tiny Mr?. Whereas,-jt.&ta Zoning Board of Adjustments (Kissimmee) active
their newest venture. See their advertisement on page 4 for details.BENTON'S Ethel Gower, now of Stillwater, Minn. Mr. Wiggins won his I ollibrarles Lire member. -
award, on a vote by seven national education organizations ingly active& ] Florida Planning and Zoning Association-active .
into their new libraries! of all
their
JEWELRY has completed move
for his defense of "the right and responsibilities of all peo.lpIe ; member.
been busy arranging Now, Therefore;
store at 103 Broadway J.D. and Gladys have '
the new show eases and the store Is nearly'ready for the grand opening to know and understand truth, as the citation put it. tins, by't Hrtoe T* American Right of .Way Association-active mem
Mrs. Gower honored for her "enthusiastic of the
early in April Watch for date in this column. was love ber.Kissimmee. ,
English language and dedicated sense of right and WJ'O !
LETS GET TOGETHER is the appeal belD#'1Q&de by your local (which) have shaped the careers pf thousand of inericanei I TLI Chamber of Com.merce-1960 President. '
Red Cross Chapter in soliciting funds for the March campaign. Additional Minnesota's Gov. Orville L. Freeman also took the opportunity ; 1 aNNaR& 1 Kissimmee-St. Cloud Board of Realtors 1960
floods and snowstorms throughout,th* country are taxing the VicePresident.My .
to issue a proclamation honoring Mrs i .
of the American Red Cross, and help Is urgently needed. special UNNlk -
reserves Bob BerlinsVy, fund chairman, reports that your less.than. $1000 has been Gower as an "Outstanding Minnesotan." He cited not opty! \ family and I are communicants in the St.John's
collected in the county 10 far.' Our goal for this pearls'$4000. One her 37 years of teaching, but also the work she has done j aJ.Church, and I hold memberships in the Kis
dollar from every family in the county would awed the funds way past since retirement; as president of the Washington Costars 1 Jaycees and the Tohopekahga Yacht Club al-
the mark. Fund spent in Osceola county5 from the Amencaji Red Association for Senior Citizens, she led a campaign to raise 1r: /egret I am not active in either at present.
Cross have exceeded $30,000 since 1956. These were our neighbor all $400,000 for an old folks'' home, which probably :wfll";.be ._ i i.ne Although I left my Kissimmee Boat-a-Cade activity
over the U. S. helping M. Let's give them a hand naw Mall eontri completed next falL She also is active in the Metfcodist :" of a previous-ad, 1 feel that,being a.charter member
f. O. BOX I
706 buttons to Osceola County Chapter,.American. Red Cross church and American Association of University WoraeR..:. :' i organization and. its Vice-t'resident in 1960 has
Kissimmee.
For their awards, Mr. Wiggins and Mrs. Gown. ..< ..I y : pre an interest in and some knowledge of the im
received a solid-gold key. Mrs. Gower also tans given a.cfefefefc e of recreation to a progressive: community. This

CALL TI 6-5661 STOVES' .. REFRIGERATORS for $1000.: The annual awards are voted by a couneil'C fti : has convinced me hat our lake and waterways
Used posed of .the American Association of School Ajdmialfttni:.! is a great asset that few communities possess.
Corsages Potted Plants. the Council of Chief the }
tarsi State School Officers Natilij
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Dr Mite! we serve the world I'VaJIrIIJIIE"eddiD : : Just as I am in the process of planning the expan
Association of Secretaries of State Teachers t
Assocfetitatf>
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ELSIE Funeral Bouquets. "www" T....... the National Coagftes of Parents and Teachers; the litHajf of my own business, 1 feel that careful planning
BAKER nu! w. church 72 W, Pine corporation's business must continue and even
ORLANDO al Education JUeoe&tloa; the National School Boards: Asp i
Florist and
elation, and the OTc .of Education, U. S. Dept if HELP 3IE ase grow develop.
to
help candi-
Health, Edtaertfeft. "W ifre you-by supporting my
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Major:,Dpoaooroiaehidilhe Allis-Chalmer ltWt1 > Js at the polls with your vote on Tuesday.

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2 BR FRAME HOME ._. $5,250 LAKEFRONT LOT. . $6,500On I
large corner lot. 100 x 650, located on Lake Tohopekaliga. T ?YYYYYY TTTTYYYI NEARLY NEW 2 BR HOME . . . $9000
Well furnished. No city: taxes.


( REALTORAMAFlorida 2 BR PARTLY' FURNISHED . . . $6000Large
.', BUILDING LOTS .. $650 I
2 BR CBS HOME "" ,$8,495 up kitchen, living room. Florida room. Terms.KISSIMF .
Low down payment. Trailers accepted.ROBERTSON'S AND UNFURNISHED RENTALS '

Realty Counselors, Inc, has built a f
REAL ESTATE .
REAL ESTATE 0 reputation for the utmost in unsurpassed serviceto I) 1
Ruth Broker
sellers and buyers alike. Our sales people and Terms Wagner MAIN Vance Buckley, Associate
201 ST. T16-39SJ Terms
324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE'TI6.f.t939 office personnel have been trained to guard our

integrity faithfully, thus safeguarding the interests

I of our clients.If FOR RENT: Two BR CBS duplex FOR SALE BY OWNER: Two

A. TICLES' AUTREY SPINET ORGANDue you wish to buy or sell real estate, furnished, call: Mr. Winch, Cypress FOR SALEOne BR CBS house, all electric kit.
and
Shores, TI 72571. chen carporte utility room
MOTOR CO. nothing is too small or too large for our staff to large lot on county road, on nice lot 70 x 150 near Or-
FOR SALEFINE
to unfortunate circumstances FOR RENT Two bedroom
Dealer Since 1922 handle. : newly electric line, trade even for late ange Gardens. For more information -
have two reclaimed furnished apartment. available call TI 6-4462.
model boat outfit complete. 14
307-9 Broadway spinets, famous brand like CONSULTFLORIDA April 1st. Air conditioned: television ft. or larger or for 56 or later
WATCHES: Wide selection Phone TI 6-3501 I new, guaranteed. One walnut, and fully equipped. Call pickup truck.
Bulova, Benton, Benrus, one mahogany, will sell to reliable TI 7-2008.
this area at tre- REALTYOUNSELORS
person H. L. KUHNTI
Hamilton and Elgin at Benton'sJewelry.
SPECIALS OF THE
mendous savings. Write or FOR'
RENT: Two bedroom fur- 6.8513
5 Monument
Ave. 6-13 -
WEEK: phone t Credit Manager, INC. nished home. Davis Agency 25

KEROSENE FUEL OIL. PHIL- Broadway.FOR .
SEE THESE
Streep's
LIPS "66". Osceola Oil Co. 1110 '53 OLDS BROADWAY
North Main. TI 6-394L 4-10 4 ir, automatic transmission. 611 N. Orange S Orlando We Buy and RENT: Two 2 BR unfur- BEFORE YOU BUYs
It&li nice clean car a real buy" Phone TI 6.270 Sell Florida nished homes. Davis Agency, 25 2 very nice 2 BR, CB houses. -
at- TI 6-1 Broadway.FOR One completely and nicely 2 Bedroom. Concrete
$395 furnished at Black Home. SMALL Down
SHOP KISSIMMEE FOR SALE: Glider house trailer A A RENT: 3 room furnished $14,150 I Payment Monthly Pay-

FIRST! 52 WILLYS '53 model 30 ft. small equity, FOR RENT apartment, private bath, car- and other at jments, $70.Total .
one owner car cheap transportation TI 6-8513. : Apartments and porte, adults only, $40 per mo. Price $9300
SOUVENIRS NOVELTIES take $11,000
kept in first claim condi up payments. houses by week or month. Cot.ton' .
CYPRESS, KNEES SHELLS appointment.tion. Priced to selL Shown by BUILDINGand Apartments, North Orange 215 Mabbette. Three 2-BR CB Houses in o Duplex excellent condi-

RAFFIA FOR SALE: Used TV in good Blossom! Trail 7-2-9-16-23-30 FOR RENT: Small house trailer Orange Gardens. tion. Completely furnished.
BASKETWARE POTTERY. '57 FORD working condition $25. PhoneTI sleeps two, corner West Ernest $9,995 to $11,000 (Excellent I location.

GARDEN ORNAMENTS 4 dr. Victoria Ford-o-matic.. V-8 6-6583. REPAIRHave FOR RENT: Apartment, ground and Jenkins. See Delbert Gassert. 2 BR CB Breezeway, Car Total Price $9500
,
motor It&H, power steering" and floor to couple of good character Terms.
Special: BIRO BATH brake, white wall tires, ghow- porte and utility room.
room new. FOR SALE: Seedless pink and taken over Pop Warner's close in, $13 per week, Hi FOR RENT: Two bedroom housein
$3.93GRACE $1495 white marsh grapefruit, temple business. Emmett St TI 6-8384. Orange Gardens, 11 baths $10,500 !a 700 ft. of Lakefront prop
RIVERS and valencia oranges, A. P. unfurnished. Inquire H. H. Col- with $1,900 cash. BaL monthly. erty. Beautiful oaks. 10
Sow < the time to buy your Banta Joe FOR RENT: New 2 BR unfurnished A good buy-2 BR CB dwelling I Acres. Terms.
GIFT SHOP ? 1MMI i'ORI) ('.'!!. TIU K OH 405 E. Bass St. Gallagher lins, 1812 Orange Blvd. or C. L -
T.T'U'(01J\. duplex $75 month. TI 6- Carporte, work shop. Lot [
54-A West
Highway 17.92 South Zimmerman, Box S Satisfy your Insurance
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Ford Motor Company fs sponsorIng FOR SALE: Draftsmans drawing 8Z2 Palm Way 8534, 822 West Oak St Ernest Street. 70x120. (needs with the best for less.
a sales content. Prop by and instruments and equip i ment. $7,500
let us figure your deal" NOW! I Phone TI 6=5995, 827 Royal FOR RENT: 3 BR house conven- See
SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: Phone TI 6-3673 located. See Edwards FOR RENT: House trailer en RENT: 2 BR, CB at $80 and
iently at
When Auk for T. K. .Galloway or I Street lake TI 6-7846 after 4:30 dailyor 2 BR Frame at $6:). John or Mickey Davis
wear one wear office.
you you express
bait Amtrrj all day week ends.. At
the finest Wide selection at I FOR SALE: '52 Ford pick-up Nelson
Benton's Jewelry. 6-13 truck, 5 ton heavy duty springs FOR RENT: One and two bed- Realty DAVISAGENCY

]FOR SALE: New 16 ft over- 4 speed, real good 6 ply tires, FOR HIRE room modern mobile homes. Will MenSince
take children. No pets. Rainbow
St Cloud Millwork BEALESTATE
nighter, sleeps four new brakes
mahogany,
:
DRAGLINE AND Mobile Homes, Michigan Ave.,
TW 2-5034 St. 1909
reasonable, 323 and Supply,
Portage St. TI
Hammond Spinet 6-7771. Cloud. DUMP TRUCKR. \ mi. off East Vine St or Hwy. 25 Broadway

L. (Bob) LARSONTI 441: [Insurance Real Estate
FOR SALE: Trailer lots, high
ORGAN FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, 15 Wept
FOR SALE: 1956 mobile home 29' Magnolia. Phone'TI 6-4522. 7-2704 FOR RENT and dry, low down payments, REAL ESTATE

Must sell-only six months one BR bath, all modern, ex- good terms. Robertson's Real
cellent condition, $1825. Apply FOR SALE OR RENT: 46'( house I 2 BR unfurnished apartment on Estate, 324 Broadway. PhoneTI
BEST
BUYS
old-like new. Inquire lefford'8 Ranch 11 mi. east of trailer. Phone TI 68032. Pleasant Hill Road. Turn left 6-4493. 7-30 '

cemetery on Boggy Creek Road. LOST&FOUND at Drive-In Theatre, pink. ..-duplex FOR SALE: Two bedroom new Acreage, all size tracts.
Thompson.Music :1> On right. Priced from $150.00 IdA..
Double v tiled bath built-in kitchen up.
FOR SALE: : bed with house ...
PHONE TI 7-2244 Special! HALF PRICE!
Co. mile southwest of city
foam rubber mattress and box SERVICESOFFERED one S Good Business
Opportunities.
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springs, dinette table and on Jenkin St. Gordon Tyson. Ask for information. Your choice of Lots in
No.
343 Orange Ave.
FOR RENT Modern Trail Subdivision.
: efficiency
chairs, platform rocker, all
Phone Orlando GA 5.4577 LOST: Lady's billfold near Makin- with kitchenettesand FOR SALE: Lots with city water, Per Lot
reasonably priced. Call TI C- son's Hardware. Finder apartments 3 BR Home 3 Acres extra $39
44C2. may tiled bath, by week or two blocks from city limits on nice. $14,700. Limited time only. 80'xllS,
keep the money. $5.00 reward month. Cow Capitol Court TI 6- good street Phone TI 68232. 2 BR Home, l'/ Acres, fur high and dry. Restricted Home '
FOR SALE: Studebaker coupe, FOR SALE: For summer travel MOWING EDGING for return of billfold and papersto 5341. ll-5-12-19-26tf nished, $9,800.Choice sites, 1 rat north of Kissimmee,
here's trailer. 1958 Trot- Lois Brown at Kissimmee S Homesites 91' 288' West' of 1792.
has good paint and tires, radio your x ,
and heater. Must seil $125. Co- wood A-l 22 ft, modern $1500. LAWN O YARD 'WORK Police Station. FOR RENT: Brand new duplex] FOR SALEOne $1,395. R. L. (Bob) LarsonTI
P.. P. 0. apartment, two bedrooms, un- Lakefront Lots, plenty] of ,
ner Robinson and Lake St Kis- Reverend C. Pridgen, 2 ACRE TRACT [.%7O.J or write Rt. 5 Box 377
LOST Tackle] box Saturday at shade .
simmee. Box 61, Intercession City. ROY STEWARD : furnished. Electric range and $2,450.Country tWILL
city pier. $25 reward. Please central heat Tile bath, large. $1320 Homesite 85x290,

406 E. Vine O TI 7-2246 bring to Rudd's Kissimmee Boat rooms, carporte and utility One 2*/ Acre Tract $1500 $660.
Curt Bock the Mover House at Lakefront TI 7-2525. room. Located in the city, $75. SACRIFICEFOR
Excellent land on good graded WO on N. Orange Blossom
See Rita Hunt at the Gazette
Local and Long Distance Moving TAX SERVICE All country road, electric line, 10 TraiL $16,000.IBYi QUICK SALE
INCOME -
office or phone TI 6-8894 after minutes from Kissimmee. Also Acres S. Blos
Orange
Storage, Packing and Crating G\ LOT 5000
bookkeeping services at Confidential 5:30 approx. sq. ft No
: p.m. Vi Acre Lots. GOOD TERMS. som Trail $16,500.
Free Estimates I Bookkeeping Service,417 WANTEDWANTED 2 BR Home, 1 mi. from city. city taxes, close to city: limits.
Phone TI 6.3251Box 282 Kissiramee I Main Street Open after hours FOR RENT: Furnished apartments H. L. KJJHN Bargain at $5,500. PHONE TI 6-3921 or TI 6.6572 I
by appointment. Telephone TI I at 221 Verona St Will Old Tampa Highway at 5 Acres near lake, pared
7-2474. accept one child. Crestridge Drive road. $1,995. 10% down.
: Carpenter work, no 11 Duplex, furnished, 5 Acres,
job too large or too small. FOR RENT: Duplex, 2 bedroom Phone TI 68513: all for 11900. 10% down. FOR SALE: 3 BR home, Florida

HAMMOND SPINET ORGAN Custom.Built Phone TI 7.2924.RECEPTIONIST terrazzo floors, built-in kitchen t1 2 BR home Acres excel. room, air conditioned, 104 Dell-
appliances, nice neighborhood. FOR SALE: New 3-bedroom CBS lent location 9950. 10%down. wood Drive, phone TI 68881.
CABINETSFor $80 a month unfurnished, one home. Full tile bath beautiful
.
LIKE NEW.
need-formica installa- WANTED: Typing child, 1008 Rosland St PhoneTI hardwod floors, large awning See us before you buy. We
Will sacrifice for quick sale. any tion and millwork. : necessary, experience pre- 72704. type windows large utility room, hare hundreds of listings of all NO FLOOD
j
ferred. Apply in person only] no beautiful built-in kitchen nice kinds of property. We hare
CABINET DIVISION OF phone calls. D. Kahler, 13 West FOR RENT: Three bedroom CBS large landscaped lot on paved what you wantSun
Terms.Thompson MANUFACTURINGINDUSTRIES Dakin, Kissimmee. house, modern, clean furnished. road. Quiet living. Four miles HERE!

INC.at School age children. School bus west on 17.92 to Addison's Gun Empire I am proud to announce
at door. (No pets.) Rainbow' Shop and turn right 400 ft
CONTACT TOUR that the lots and
Music .Co, PX building at Kissiramee I Mobile Homes on Michigan Avs.J Extra lots available. Low down acreageI
RealtyC. have for sale in Crest-
Airport. Phone TI 7-2677 or AVON MANAGERIF mile off East Vine St or payment Phone TI 6-7603.
345 No. Orange Ave. ORLANDO GA 5-45.77 call CHARLES IIOKE Hwy. 441. ridge Acres had no flood
I you like people, enjoy making FOR SALE: Three bedroom home H. LUCAS W. O. BOYD problem in the recent flash
!. TI 6.8083INSULATE friends and want to earn House rtailers efficiency -
FOR RENT: with screened porch in Canter Realtors flood.
money, write Mrs. Vanderburg, and house trailer First National Bank BIdg.Kisaimmee .
apts. bury Terrace 806 South Clyde .
1O.. Box 2134, Ft Pierce, Fla.
space. Brown's Motor Ct and Ave. Will sell furnished or un- Ph. TI 7-2333 H. L. KUHN
NOW. Trailer Park 1 mi. north of furnished. Phone TI 63711. Af- ST. CLOUD Phone TW 2.7131
_.; Kissimmee. TI 6-5324. ter 5:30, call TI 6-2103. Phone TI 6.8513 I

N :, r \ Warmer in WinterCooler FOR ]RENT FOR RENT: Three room fur- L

in Summer. nished apartment, private bath! ,

SAVE FUEL withFIBERGLAS carporte, adults only $40 mo.,

INSURANCE tOthCV FOR RENT 215 Mabbette. LOOK AT THIS -

2 BR HOUSE FOR RENT: Two bedroom house
$65 -:' '.. i."'" "
FREE ESTIMATES Furnished newly decoratedThird bath, living room, Florida room, .;:.-.-:.__. :_,. ':'?t;..;,'. ,
: { GArden '&.636% house from West Vine kitchen and dining room, $50 r' '"1K!>- ."

::"' ...... Cliff G. Haller, Inc. Street near Orange Gardens. per month. Inquire Gordon Mc- ;: ;. ; ,
t.:
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Two children school age Kee 606 Penfield Ave.
J tIt
711V. Robinson Orlando acceptable. .
FOR RENT: Three room furnished
"Holler for Phone TI .24'Sor apartment. private bath

inquire at 508 Canterbury and entrance, couple: only, 316 4
happens when you do business with a number 0' Lane Maple Ave.

agents. Overlapping coverage or a gap in your coverage

runs up costs and actually. leaves you without I .Haller"I
feet hlKhrat ..rl..
real security. ....wh.M .r I Brace'sSUNSHINE

You'll save money,'time, and youll have a better lob will t*liquidate.Mir .*...

done on your insurance when one agency handles all DKTTMKH TI ."-:\

your business. We would like to be that agency.Lupfcr's HOMES

Vista Heights photo taken after 13 inches of rain had fallen on this area in three days.

EXCAVATINGFILL 2 and 3 BR HOMES
WE ARE PROUD TO SHOW THIS NEW HOME LOCATED IN THE NEW
j DIRT 1.s0LD-4 TO GO

VISTA HEIGHTS; SUBDIVISIONThe
tsar AGQIiuns OLIN FORE CHOOSE YOURS NOW!
... TI 72685 above photo was taken daring the height of the flood 00 March 18th, 1960.
ulrratr
DUMP TRUCKS FOR HIRE VISTA HEIGHTS' superior drainage and elevation has been proven once and for all.

We arrzng. FruanernCoatact # We are starting construction this week on four new homes -3 BR 2 Baths, and 3 BR'IK Baths,!
us for homes that are priced from $13,290. Conventional or F. H JL Financing. '

Prescriptions Filled JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER See these beautiful homes at Vine Street ( UA 441) and Michigan' Avenue. r


Insurance y rash.. watt.r rbarKr la .Ir-)*fr."t".f'mp\\r 4 while__ Phone TI 7.2Z3eT16.S631 DAVIS. AGENCYis :; .':..
Agency ..... ,
f rt .t.s. ".naa"Y. :aVert
....... proud to have sold the above Let
1918 1955 .'.( .ppealte. M.r- home. us prove to you that going_ su first class"costS'
rtM afetcrla.' Orlaao Phcae
BRUCE PARTIN *
12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 6-2191 (.,% 3-M93. Berelepw and Builder no more. _. ,

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REVffiWINGORLANDO'SPROGRESSIVEBUSINESS Burkelt.. Motors
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FIRMS < -i.' Big Values in Quality Used Cars, They' Buy, SeU,'.Trade. and
Finance.
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All Items in This Section are Paid Advertising Editorial Located 825 South Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando, Florida. Head Census CrewBy around .

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Telephone GArden 53551.
; Reviews by William E. Sloan.
ALMA HETHERINGTON a .
This firm s building a rapidly dependable used motor car. ,v

.. expanding business by -sailing We are more than glad to giVfl When SuperYWpr Herbet 4_' CENSUS LEADER St. Cloud
t good used cars at reasonable them extended mention in this Benson of the Federal Census

ra, trices. There is no business where business review of Orlando and! Bureau's temporary district office .,_. .
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Ivey's Drug tore the integrity of the dealer is so vicinity. They handle all make in Orlando, named Kenneth t

important as in the used motor of standard cars that will give Uuncah of Alligator Lake, as one By ALMA HETHERINGTON
"Your1 fcexall Drug Stort" > t cW business and it pays to deal any! buyer dependable service. All of the crew leaders for the 1960

Prescriptions Their Specialty Five Registered Pharmacists, with a firm that stands behind are used cars which simply means census: of population and housing,
t Hallmark Cards, Drugs Cosmetics Sundries and Fountain the cars they sell. that the other fellow has taken he made a wise choice. For the HOSPITAL AUXILIARY'S FIRST BIRTHDAY-The St. Cloud
Service. Their cars can be purchased or the first and largest depreciations crew leader, who will have chargeof Hospital Auxiliary observed the first birthday anniversary with a
Large Free Parking Lot and Air Conditioned for
Cloud .
luncheon
at the St. Hotel on Thursday, March 3. Fifty-six
Your time so ,that you will have the If you want a dependable used the work in Osceola County,
Shopping Comfort. of the while members and guests were on hand to enjoy the affair. One inter-
and
Use car riding car, one that will give efficient I has had much experience in deal- r
Located 129 East Gore Avenue in the Dixie Village Shopping the small payments are scarcely performance Burkett Motor ing with people, and in various esting feature of the menu was the individual cakes holding one
candle .
at each place. Arrangements Mere in charge of Mrs. Wilbur
noticed. in Orlando, Florida. We are more phases of housing.He .
Center in Orlando. Florida. Telephone GArden 29823.
Sheets and Mrs. Andrew Haas. .The Rev. Handel Brown was guest
We recommend this firm, and than glad to refer all our readersto will supervise about 20 enumerators -
speaker and installed the officers, including Mrs Wilbur Sheets, president -
Ivey's Drug Store has become a shoppers in the way of exceptionally wish to refer all our readers to this firm when in the market whom he will recruit and
Mrs. Iva Malyon, first president Mrs. Florence Collins,
favorite trading center for out- well known brands of them when in the market for q for a dependable used motor car.CIASSIFIJD train; plan and allocate work as ; vice ;
second
vice president; Mrs. Iva Newhardt secretary, Mrs Elizabeth
of-town; while in Orlando well review the work of the
people as
merchandise. ------------ ------------------ Heinzel, treasurer, and Mrs. Elizabeth Layman, chaplain. Plans
shopping and the magnificent Their astute buying 'tnowledge census takers where necessaryand were made to present $700 to the Hospital Foundation. .This
service rendered all occasion handle difficult
on enables them to offer the publica ; ADS problems of amount together with the $300 previously presented, will represent a
points to an ever increasing complete line of merchandise enumeration. total of $1,000, which the Auxiliary had pledged. .The ladies real-
Kenneth Duncan ., born in
patronage.The was
-- -- ----- --- ized their contribution from various sales events includingaprons,
in their lints that would do creditto
management is in the -------------- Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. After
baked dress labels dinner
of the large metropolitancenters goods, rummage, Tupperware spaghetti ,
hands any his local KENNETH DUNCAN
businessmenwho from the
graduation
of competent
of the and for serving refreshments at the T-Bar Rodeo, and the sale of cement
have the onward progress of this their country store has becomea FOR SALE BY OWNER high school, he attended New * blocks at the Silver Spurs Rodeo Mrs. L. E. DeMoulin of Illinois

this section at heart and are always reason for the people of this Real Estate NEW 2 BR HOME York University where he was a spoke at the luncheon, describing the three-year struggle in her home
mecca
in any movement that and counties.We member of Psi Upsilon fraternity.In tionary home. It was here that he town, resulting in erection of a much-needed hospital. Seven new
points to a pubic improvementand adjoining Walk in clothes closet 18 Yl ft. 1914 he went to the Orient wrote several books on buildingand members were added to the rolls. Plans were announced for a card

expansion.Its are pleased in this reviewto living room. All rooms are for the Standard Oil in India. home :financing. When the party at the Woman's Club on March 18 at 1:30 p. mn with Mrs. J. W.

drugs are unexcelled in direct your special attention large and the built-in ktichenis There he joined the Bombay Light home was destroyed by fire the Geel in charge. It was also announced that a Home Talent show will
these parts and their stock is so to this store and also the satisfactory extra large. Tile bath utility Horse, calvalry unit of the Brit- Duncan moved to Poughkeepsle. be held at the Community House in April.

arranged that the dispay of their service rendered to all th| room with shower on main ish Indian Army. When the Uni- Duncan became chief consultantand BEFORE NORTHERN VISITORS RETURN HOME-From the
merchandise both attractiveand local and visiting people for it highway north of city. ted States World War I
U entered editor of House-of-the-Month. recent issue of the Cancer Crusade publication: "Two years ago Mrs.
helpful to the shopper. has come to be recognized as and i $9000 he left India to join the U. 3. He was aiso housing editor of the Bessie Williams of St. Cloud conducted a Coffee Party for St. Cloud
Small down TI'6-3996
It is their custom to offer special of the strictly; up-to-date drug payment. Navy. Savings Bank Journal, and was a Trailer Park visitors during the month of April. Proceeds were $41

inducement to out-of"towo stores in this section of the state.Ideol At the end of the war, he was frequent contributor to such magazines Last year she scheduled the event; in March. Proceeds were $138

associated with the National Re- as Good Housekeeping ana .This year the get-together was held in early February, and pro-

Auto Electric Company NEW DUPLEX creation Association, which was The American-home. ceeds were $175. .and there is another party scheduled for late goers
disposing of war-time properties. When asked how he came to about the first of March-:-with further anticipated funds forthcoming

By Jim Sloan From this, it was just a step into math Alligator Lake and St, ...Very good timing, Mrs Williams."
SELL TRADE OR RENT
Specialists i in Motor Tune-ups Trouble Shooting, Generators anything of value. CBS for real estate development.witn the Cloud his home Kenneth Duncan CHAMPIONS WORLD WAR I VETERANS' CAUSEPrimemover

Rebuilt Rewinding Service Large Stock, of Parts, Means J 2 BR each side. \V. B. Harmon Company, one cl said, "We had visited here several in the legislative program for a pension for the Veterans of

Rapid Service, Wholesale and Retail Sales. Authorized Deal- Terms. 814 W. Oak Street the oldest and largest Sirius ot times during my father's World War I is Michael J. Dwyer of St. Cloud. He reported recently -
community builders in the coun- that eight Republicans and 44 Democrats have introduced bills
ers for Mark-Four\ Air Conditioners. lifetime, and we decided: to stay
Grandmaw should insure try. With this company he developed permanently when we came down in Congress to grant a pension of $100 per month for the Boys of
,
you residential properties all 191718.. Dwyer said the organization which was begun in October
We have been
Orlando fur coat with about a year ago.
Located 131Q West Church Street in" 'Florida.. Telephone jer new: around New York City. His book busy since remodeling the homewe 1949 in Cleveland, is the fastest growing veterans' organization in the

GArden.' 58971. "Tne Story of Harbour Green", bought at Alligator Lake. You U. S...."The humble beginning was after a dozen men walked out of
DAVIS AGENCY became actually text book the American Legion convention at Cleveland because the Legion refused -
cf 68534M. a Mrs. Duncan is an interior
They render general magneto, by the fact that ,the .number / see
oevelopers. to pass a Resolution asking Congress for an all-out pension to
lor doing
and she Is
decorator
enjoying
fuel l and constantly increasing.It
ignition patrons are )
generator, pump veterans of World War I In 1953
Dwyer explained.
In 1938 Duncan left the Har- representatives -
service to autoists from this is the policy-oftbis-shop thatno 25 Broadway TI 64974facing this house ovef. Incidentally,
mon Company to to South from 66 widely-scattered groups met in Baltimore Md., to forma
section and an unexcelled service piece to work must leave the go she is a member of the American
national .
organization. Dwyer and George E. Fillbach representedSt.
America. Here he gathered material :-
Institute of Decorators.
in repairing any make of automobile shop which does not give' satisfaction Cloud at this meeting. National meetings have been held each
hi historical novel
for Kenneth. Duncan is deeply interested -
.
for their-friends. No adjust. to. the patrons.
year since..In 1958 the 85th Congress granted the organization a
I
ment or repair on any automobileis These electrical workmen know +Golden Amber Shores", which in historical events, and charter with only two dissenting votes of the 389 cast in the Houseof

more delicate or requires more every detail of the electrical busi- Cod's ptopf.. ."with* are hearts friendly full i tells of the conquest of Peru by is an active member of the Osce- Representatives the vote in the Senate was unanimous and

technical skill than adjustment to ness and have, had wide experiencein. people of loss .. worshipping lath Pezzaro and the Spanish Con- ola County ,Historical Society. He President Eisenhower signed the Charter Bill on July 18, 1958...
,
the electrical system-magnetos, .their work. beauty of hofintn. quistadores.When was speaker for one of.their pro- Dwyer of Osceola County Barracks, assisted by the local Auxiliaryand

fuel pumps, ignition and storage It i is a tribute to this shop that w us. Kenneth Duncan re- grams recently, and told< of his the Kissimmee Unit, has organized many Barracks in Florida, and
battery. This"electrical service turned to the United States, he research and, studies of the three
ARE INVITEDBible also
owners of standard makes of YOU spear-headed a united drive for pension legislation. Both Con-
was organized to handle in an any moved to a farm near Wallkill, Indian civilizations In.' exico anu gressmen A. Sydney Herlong. Jr, and William C. Cramer have intro-
expert manner just such delicatq automobiles have made the shop: SAYINGS N. Y. and lived in a pre-Revolu- South America. duced companion bills to the veterans' pension legislation Over
work. the official starting, lighting and' Study 9:45 a.m.
12,000 letters have been mailed to Congressmen by Dwyer in behalf
That this firm has qualified in ignition service station for theit BONDS Training Union _....... 6:15: p.m. I of favorable legislation for Veterans of World War I. Dwyer said,

the eyes of the public is proved cars. Worship Services: The St. Cloud "Nothing is more stimulating to a veteran than the thought that his

8:30sin. 11:00am-7:30 pm. Story Congressman is behind him. It makes him feel that his sacrificesand

. -GAZETTE..ADVERTISING PAYS' I hardships during war years were not forgotten. And that the
By ALMA HETHERINGTON newspaper headlines which blazed across the country stating The
.
.
::, ,. :- .. .. __ _L-_ r -_ Nation need not worry, for the' flower of our youth will defend us
t : "'r. I The September 26, 1518 issue of American armies got into battle during this darkest hour of our .peril'-will always be -remembered.
Ability !i Flooring '. a Sur: the St. Cloud Tribune earned a action:: against them". He particu- ,. I
tanner headline "St. Cloud is larly praised the Red Cross and r

CHURCH ST. AND SWtOUU Proud This Day to Say: Our Salvation Army workers.As MAR MIL For Tiny Tots, Twelve '
Old Floors .Finished Like New Oak Strips Parquet Furnish ed and Laid. Asphalt, Vinyl, AVLDr I
,
.
H. P. Ames, Patter women) have the Vote" The story for St. Cloud's reception of and Teens
Rubber and:Cork Tile. followed "The amendment to the Private Davis, the Tribune anal, IN ST. CLOUD, It'. lash-

charter of Cloud "The indefatigable Fife : arum I
St. ant
city permitting Ions for grownups at The
430' GArden 48661.has .
Orlando
Located South Hughey in Florida. TelephoneWhen women to vote was adoptedby Corps of the Grand Army post

vote of 179 to 82 in tne here, the services of which are The Little People
cy
In need ,of this service so many ways that it may well never varied or departed in a ,
Call on this firm and you will be be said to be the sign manual of any way during the time it has election held on Tuesday. The city always available for any patroticor

more than glad to do business the institution. It has maintainedan business dealings with the people. charter as amended, will permit public-spirited occasion, also

with them. This popular Institution air of calm friendly dignity We call attention to all the advantages HoUybrookNursery the women of this city to register paraded about town playing stir
founded many years ago has which can be associated only with and vote in all future municipal ring tunes embodying the spirit For the BRANDS you know in
grown with hardly jause in its institutions of standing and sure cf having a metropolitan elections here. It will mean an of '76, '61 and '18 all rolled ato CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES for the family.

rapid development. That much- position. We wish to take the op- service at their very door, which additional list of voters totaling one".
has maintained inviolate service. approximately 500. The woman- The banner headlines in the DepartmentStore
discussed word Service, finds a portunity to congratulate the Boker's
true expression in the friendly atmosphere management of this firm upon to the public. Davenport suffrage amendment becomes ef Tribune on Thursday, Nov. 7. Shop

that envelopes every the policy of fair dealing which We are more than glad to gin: fective in 90 days and will be in gave the good news that -uer-
customer of this popular service was inaugurated with the opening them extended mention in this HI HO! operation several weeks before the many Surrenders A telegram ST. CLOUD -

because service is interpreted in of this firm to the public and business review. Did Spring ya is know comin'? next election is held. It is predicted from Washington, phoned to the
that the public-spirited Tribune states that Germany accepted -
No more bummin'ISpecial !
women of St. Cloud will! become the Allied terms for an
Burnette Machinery i Inc. much interested in city politics, armistice which means an unconditional CREDIT BUREAU

It's time to p1antAZALEAS and it is more than probable surrender. The Armistice\ OF KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

I Distributors of Maytag, Coin Operated Machines, Dealers nhinery. Cleaning Equipment and MaService there will be women candidatesfor was signed and became effectiveat Member of Associated Credit Bureaus of Florida
office in the spring election. 2 o'clock this afternoon. German CREDIT CLEARANCE AND COLLECTIONS
,
orchid and for-
and .
New and Used. Complete Installations Repai iring pink purple
mosa. Reg. 95e The election on the suffrage question emissaries were reported to Phone TI '.%560 TI 64311Armand's

Located 4096 Kuhl Avenue in Orlando, Florida. TelephoneNo 4[jArden 56663. NOW 3 FOR $2.29 was called by the city council have been permitted enter the
at the request of the Woman's allied lines at daylight tins morning -
institution in Orange County of well known public spirited business people who have had wide experience Join the STAMPEDETO Improvement Club of St. Cloud, to learn from Marshal Focb

has met with greater public favor people and we deem it fully in this business HOLLTBROOK and everything asked for by ate on just what conditions Germany

than this one. By reason of the proper and most fitting that we We wish to compliment this for odd lot I ladies having been attained in would be granted an armistice,

fact that the management has had give commendable mention in this firm and management Upon the mixed rolors.AZALEAS. the success of their proposition In tnd it was kncwn the terms to

wide experience in every feature review and predict'that in the admirable manner in which the the election St. Cloud now ta.es the Huns ;would be stricter than
t cf the business and because of future the business will continueto a place in the front rank with those on which Bulgaria, Austria
business this valued institutionis
their extensive knowledge of the prosper and expand in thin of 3 FOR $1.49 other progressive; cities that have and Turkey were granted a cessation -

state, this establishment has continued section of the state. operated; upon its. progressive gone ahead of the state as H of hostilities,. therefore

; [ to witness an increase in Each department of this well end public spirited policies. W 9 Open 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. whole in the matter accordingthe doubt existed whether Germany s BROASTED CHICKEN F EEZ( EiTE

the number of patrons. Theii known service is in .charge of wish to refer Burnette Machinery, Tuesday through Sunday. ballot to all their citizens. emissaries could act without referring ,y, t

cervices will be found in demandby people thoroughly conversant with Inc. to all our readers as One distinctive Closed Monday Private John Davis of Cameron, the Allied terms given by '
all who insist qn the best. the business conditions while the feature of the commercial: Mo., who had recently returned Marshal Foch, to the General 1

The management is. composed management (is tn charge ot efficiency of this art of the state. WHOLESALE RETAIL from the shell-torn battlefields of Headquarters at Berlin. As this Broasted Chicken.. % 89c

outdoor issue goes to press, whistles are
France spoke at an meet DRIVE-IN
-- >
ing one night in early October blowing, church bells ringing and Broasted Chicken /2 $1.29

1918. Speaking from an automobile the St. Cloud fife and drum corps Broasted Shrimp.__... $1.25 Phone TW 2.6001

in front of the New St Cloud is telling the populace that the Broasted Oysters.,.... $1.25

G Ef EIHH. ElEGTBIC Hotel on New York Avenue, instead world's greatest war is at an end", Broasted Seafood .... $1.25 13th and Carolina

of in a hall, due to the with Almerica's'troops.,.victorious. Orders can be fixed to go. ST. CLOUD

Spanish influenza situation, he

quoted U. S. Sen. Frederick Hale
PULL SIZE
of Maine, as saying, "No matter VOTE for CLAY
what terms Germany offers 'ta EAT AT THE----

40 -INCH RANGE the settlement of the war, she

will be from now on (unless decisively Election Day
23-I.ek Hosier One ; defeated) the dominating, ST. CLOUD HOTELBusiness
.
controlling in the wor.cLOur
power .
Enclosed Om Units, holler if i iWista -- --
only hope is to crash tIns
f : in St"t. 'i> mad dog of Europe while we are "..... .- '-' Man's Lunch
Iroil Peter cud Shell Grid in the light-and to crush her so

lettered U Oven '. she can not rise again. If we GO ; Sandwiches Salads Seafoods

I r a fts.d-H. 1 Irelllr not her enormous prestige as ;t

: fli-SpM Colntf Sedan rah' military power will inmt.abfy'** : Steaks Chops

fnhbutlw Senses Coif SwUtittForaioj low her ta dominate the world. t _
AVlN Phone
$ TW 2-3441 ST. CLOUD
r ;
6 ; .
e, 6-E iuvttCUosMQ2CL And Private Davis told his listeners :to .OND
r
Raters "1 do not want peace terms h., ', jJO;

with the Huns now. I do not snow .

any of us, boy who do. We want F
Y to lick the Huns first. Weans BUI-LEE'S Record Shop BILL SEZ: "We have everything in the world for the
'
P to capture them and maze roam Good Selections Building Trade."

walk backwards all the way U- Lon:: playing l Albums. Both
Berlin. Went to get even for Hi Fi and Stereo Also top Wit LUMBER ROOFING PAINT

J 43) the dirty deeds* they have done." 1M3 N. Y. Ave. ST. CLOUD BUILDING HARDWARE

i - ,'Private Davis wits convalescing I
.from ,a large shell wound in his | PULFORD'SBUILDING
r
right shoulder Buffered in the BLAIR'S GIFT SHOP-

battle ot Chateaa Tfcierry. Ten;'
FURNITUREKISSIMMEE SUPPLIESWe
COM NORCROSS GREETING
hi left France, the American ar- ;
mws had advanced to a point 140 CARDS
give TV Stamps with all Cash Purchases
*Bes et of: Chateau liuerry.Tfce ; Gift rev That C..*UI Per..*

ST. C1.MItI, .-.b- he said, "have never I S9c.to $1S HWT. 441 WEST ST. CLOUD CITY LIMITS
M < 1197 N. Y. Ave. St. Good
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I REVIEWING ORLANDO PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS FIRMS




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


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I Feddon Motors C. A.' Prange & Sons Jim Trotter Motors -

I.
Established in 1920 Specializing in Wheel Alignment,
'
Harold Feddon. Owner Brake Service Power Brakes, Spring Service and Frame Rambler, Ambassador and Metropolitan Motor Cars Sales and Service. Auto Parts, Accessories
Dealers, in New Imported Cars, The Best in Standard Used Cars,'All Makes and Models.Baying Straightening. and Good Clean Used Motor Cars;

I Selling and Trading Every Day. _ _
Located 1010 West Church Street in Orlando, Florida. Tele- Located 1620 North Orange Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 2-5147.

Located 1053 North Orange Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 5-3401. phone GArden 52785. They have many satisfied pa- new Rambler, Ambassador or; Ii'or a small down payment and

The *:rons in all the surrounding territory -. Metropolitan cars cannot fully appreciate :he remainder can be arrangedn
time that this has
This firm is one of the leading heir comprehensive knowledge of normalcv that we have conscien- concern you the most for your money tha who have learned real the wonderful value of- (> easy monthly payments. This
imported and used car dealers in every branch of the trade, this tious firms like this foremnst been in business can provide a sound business principles. an- "motor car economy" through fered at such a reasonable price. I jives one the time to pay and
this section and it will be to your establishment has continued to company who aid in the reduction lot of experience that can ripen honest prices make possible.C. their service. They are pleasedto The manager enjoys the uistinc I nake the money out of the car
advantage to see them before sell witness an increase in the numberof cf prices for the people. into a superior knowledge! and A. Prange and Sons make n. give you any and all informa- tion of being an authority on the t:hat is paid for it.
ing or trading, for it is a well their patrons. There are no more publicspirited ability if properly appliedandthe extravagant claims for their sen ion about the cars they offer value of automobiles and if you We take pleasure in this bu i-
Vnown fact that there is no one Their imported and used motor citizens in the communitythan remarkable record made by ices but they do firmly belie
uid they are men upon whose are thinking of selling your ca* i less review in directing your at-
institution; in the community that cars will be found in demand by : the management and we their services through the years that they can and do meet a vord you can depend. or trading it in, you should have ention to Jim Trotter Motors.
has met with greater favor with ell who insist en the best. They direct your attention to this busi- is proof enough that they have competitive fields of the sam The real test for an automobileomes his appraisal before making The manager is one of the well
the public than this well known deal on a large scale and their ness establishment of the community applied and will continue; to apply class. And they also believe thi in the manner in which it deal I mown businessmen of these part

establishment. By reason of the activity is conducted to the progress as one of the reliable their experience. in the whetl they are selling a dollar-for-do". 'actually stands up on the road. They offer the new Rambler) a md has taken an active interest
fact that the management has had and expansion of the community institutions which has added to alignment, spring and brake lines. lar value when you have yoi Those who have never enjoyed the Ambassador, Metropolitan care I n the onward progress of this
wide experience in every featureof in no small degree.It the development and progress ol Their services are not manufac- wheel alignment, brake and sprin atisfaction of driving one of the and guaranteed used automobile s action of the state.
this business. and because of is important in the return to this part::! of the state. tured down to a price but to give serviced in their shop.



H. C. Buchanan Concrete Company Paquette Motors Oliver i Joe Bailey i CompanyInsurance nor.1


English Fords, Two Doors., Four Doors, Convertibles and Station and Bonding Service Since 1920 Bonds, Compensation, Fire, Automobile,
Zonolite Applicators for Light Weight Roof Decks, Cement Contractors, Commercial ,and Wagons Sold, Serviced and Rebuilt. Factory Trained glary, Marine and Liability Insurance Service.

Residential Service. Foundations, Floors, Driveways, Curbs, Gutters, Paving, Side- Mechanics and! Complete Parts Department.
walks and Free Estimates and Service Anywhere.
Located Church Street at South Orange Blossom Trail in Or- Located 45 West Washington i[in Orlando Florida. Telephone GArden 3-5581. .

Located 1410 Atlanta Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 3-6737. lando, Florida. Telephone GArden 5-8647. This agency has given much automobile to go another day for every insurance need.

!me and study as to the best without the proper protection to Oliver Joe Bailey Company wil:
their
They operate a complete: repair In repair department thehave
Orlando can boast of a leading but it is fundamentally true that everything they provide. service to auto owners and the in charge able and efficier Dmpanies with which to do business which you, your family, and your be pleased to have you give them

cement contractor, which is help. the Sell r must survive. By coop- There are no more public spIr- fact that they render this up-to-. workmen and being backed by vas .I and as a result they have business demands. a call over the telephone and they ]
in? in no small part in the commercial eration with their customers, by ited citizens in the cammunity date service makes their establish facilities which enable them t' 'een chosen by many of the The owners in charge of this will aid you in making up your
and industrial progress of H. C. ment the of Good orld's largest companies to serve agency are community builders requirements, give you facts and
than the
forethought in planning to meet management of repair shop rebuild, replace or repair an actomobfle '
the community and'surrounding Service in this section. die people in a most satisfactorynanner. interested in every movement of figures and will not sell you mo.e. !
what the
Buchanan
in no mri/eu1\
their needs in the employment ci Concrete Company
terrltcry. ,
the community at large, and in insurance than you should have.
this One of. the centers of activity trouble be, in a most sati
The personnel of II. C. Buchanan the most modern facilities, Orlando, Fla. hat is visited autoists thi may One of the features of their making this review we cannot fail In this review we are pleasedat
by of
factory manner.
Concrete Company consists of establishment is striving earnestly This establishment is 'nb<: oniy art of the country is thiS' Paquette Motors is iLport.ant 3rvice is the prompt adjustment to compliment them upon the the part they are playing in
very
men of high standing in the com to give realization to a new a well equipped and expertly which of a very all claims, which is done in manner in which the business is the complexity of our modern life
ocular shop by firm adds materiall
reason and
munity. It is under able directionand and better service. managed concern, but it is alsoa ts has wide .le shortest time possible. conducted, and refer our readersto and refer their activities to our,
accomodating the
policy to advantage of
enjoys an ever increasing Quality is one of the guiding commercial and industrial organization every own 'Oon't allow your property or this well-conducted agency- readers.
pularity. of automobile. The fact thi
patronage throughout this section influences of this firm. The people and renders a service an
Service is a much overworkecand have learned this and rely upon that is necessary to the onward When Paquette Motors started visitors and local patrons can ge*.

misused selling expression, them for a superior quality in regress of the community. in business they determined t stitution real service instills at this in the up-to-date mind of tL in, Nubar Tool & Engineering CompanyFixtures
a.n'sa'! service to automo
every autoist confidence in the fact t!:" _

Automotive Paint & Body Works'Carburetor I i-s owner and there is :.o q .e .is troubles can be taken: car Tools, Dies, Jigs, Precision Machin ing, Developing, Stamping, Designing and
ion Lutvhai; taey a va :..uccee.- n a "m

Hot-Flo Baked Enamel Auto Painting, Body Work, Fender Repairing, Wrecks Rebuilt,
YQZOO Lawn Mower Center
Starter, Generator, Motor Tune-ups, Front End Alignment, General Repair- Located 3400 North Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 56021or

ing, Complete Line of Auto Parts and Accessories. 4-2451.
Yazo Master Lawn Mowers, Factory Branch Distributorsof
Clinton Engines and.. Parts. Lawn Mower Center and This firm Is one of the most I There is no concern more worthy business methods at all times. Individual -
Located 923 West Church Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 4-0591. .. Complete Repairing and Sales. reliable firms in this section of of extended mention than this servire to every patron
the rendering service It is under the direction of
country, a one. has establishet! for them a trade
This well known firm has n Car that js badly wrecked they position they hold in this com that is aiding in the growth and men thoroughly conversant with that has extended in di-
reputation for expert work in make it look like new. No matter munity.We Located 2100 Edgewater Drive in Orlando, Florida. Tele Ievelopment of this section of the every feature of the business and every
repairing and rebuilding wrecked t what your needs may be, see cannot fail to compliment phone. GArden 42433. state. therefore it is not strange that It rection.
cars in this and surrounding- Automotive Paint and Body Worksin Automotive Paint and.Body Workson ,The people of Kissimmee and has become one of Orlando's most We wish to call the attentionof

ritory. In these days of heavy Orlando, Florida. the In which it con- The management and assistants minds of energetic business idjoining territory are extended a important commercial assets. the readers of this business re-
travel it is impossible to avoid While their reputation is for manner are people of Irng and practical people. With a restless ambition, rordial welcome to visit the office3f This well known establishment view for excellent service and
accidents. Perhaps just a bent body rebuilding on cars, they also ducts its business and to say i; a broad vision of the country, I Nubar Tool and Engineering
experience in this business. Theyare reasonable of this firm and
started its business prices ,
fender and then again a car that do auto painting.We has been a deciding factor in the they turned their_ trained and Company and get the facts of'this career upona
seems at first almost ruined. wish to call the attention automotive life 0: the community. thoroughly conversant with creative minds to the selling of *ast-growing business. By so doing solid foundation,"knovj nggfi!! congratulate them upon the position
These people are equipped to of the readers of this business We are more than glad to give authorities in all that to
pertains
cs-e for these needs. A bent review to the excellent and reasonable them extended mention;; in this To maintain it, means the continuous yourself. could be gained by fair, honest I world.
the modern esta -
operation of a
fender is straightened at mod- prices of this firm an 4 business review ,of Orlando an4 lishment. They rate among the encouragement of all in :

crate prices, and if you have aAlexander congrautlate the- firm upon the vicinity. foremost people of the city and the community, the assured expansion -

have aided in the development of of this sectbn: of thi: Rose Lumber & Hardware, Inc.

this section. I country and the onward progreof

I. Equipment Company, Inc. This establishment is not onlya industrial, commercial and Quality Lumber and Builders Hardware. Building Supplies, Garden Supplies, Electric Fixtures -

well equipped and expertly cial development. Pipe Fittings, Paints, Tools and Power Lawn Mowers.
Contractors Equipment Sales, Parts, Rentals and Rebuilding Service. Air Compressors, managed concern, but it is also a We cannot fail to compliment
Pumps, Front End Loaders, Conveyors, Vibrators, Concrete Handling Equipment, Rock commercial organization and ren- Yazoo Lawn Mower Center on the Located 5620 South Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 3-7639.

I Drills Concrete Mixers and Finishers. ders a service that is necessaryto manner in which they conduc
They have built up an envious who have made a deep study of their stock compares favora.>ly
the onward progress of the their business and that it ha;
say in the business circlesf the lumber
reputation every phase of busi with any in the large metropolitan -
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been in the business
community.It deciding factor
Located 1617 South Division in Orlando, Florida. Telephone CHerry 1-3359. a > this section due to their de-
may be of interest to 'know life of the' community i ness.At centers. This concern Is progressive
ire and ability to offer at all the office of this company:
Thi; is a modern Twentieth tion fcr general excellence and larty and liberal support receivad.: that the idea of this enterprise' serves. imes prices and qualit/ that defy the builders encounter the most up to date and straightforward

Century business under the able are considered a standard 'among We fully recommend Alexander ompetition in this line. courteous treatment whether Buying ; in their dealings and are

direction of men who have always the trade the country over. Equipment Company as a place Phillips Lumber Millwork Inc. The life of any structure Is inS a small bit of lumber er a always found willing to aid in any
had at heart the best Interest We wish to state the management most advantageous. for prompt, very large measure determinedby complete structure and this Is one forward looking movement and to
of the community in which their and assistants have takena reliable service, and are more the kind of material used in factor that has been responsiole make this a land of more and
valued enterprises are located and commendable interest in all than glad to refer our readersto Marsh Prefinished and Old Salem Maple Kitchen Cabinets. ts construction and to know nAt for its popularity in this and ad- better homes and buildings gen- r
one of the firms that keep the propositions that further public them in this business re-' Formica and Textolite Tops. Architectural Millwork\ of all our building will stand the test joining counties.We erally. We are glad to give them

wheels of progress turning in me improvements and that they have vew, and wish them many more Kinds for Home. Owners, Developers, Builders and Con- if years you can do no better shall not attempt to detail! this mention in the business review -

right direction, for not only Is fl been willing and anxious to aid successful seasons in our midst. tractors. ban consult these lumber men their stock, but suffice it to say of Orlando and vicinity.
one of the leading concerns engaged ..
in its special fieki or endeavor ii. the expansion and growth of We are more than pleased to Located on West Michigan Avenue at the A. C. L. Railroad

in this section, but its the community at all times. give them extended mention in this Tracks in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 3-1635. DykesMotorsTfome

services have gained the repu- Therefore, it merits the pcpn- review of this section of the state.
Their cabinets will be foundin The woodworking sfiop Is full _

demand by all who insist on equipped for all classes or woi* of One Owner Cars, They Buy, Sell, Trade and Finance Good Used Cars. See Them
S Homes Inc.John the beet They deal on a large' including cabinets and all lines r Before You Buy, Sell or Trade.
Orange scale and their activity is condu- millwork, according to the mo
cive to the end approved The work -
progress expansion process. -
DePorter President of the community in no snail featured for the accomodation ocated 1411 Edgewater Drive in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 3-1661.

Custom Built Homes end Commercial Builders of Better Built Homes. Prices and Estimates degree. contractors, builders and m r This progressive used car dealerone a sound Investment, yielding rich agement of well-known business
t. They' not only keep aareast) of facturers and is a great c :-
Upon Request. of the best dealers in this returns in practical daily use
the times! in reference to the ience to the public. :ction and conducts a modem They have won this good recori: men.This is one of the liveliest automobile

Located 3110 Kl Avenue in Orlando Florida. Telephone GArden 3-4568. styles of the day, but are experienced This firm can handle the ;- id well merited business in Or- because every dollar asked for firms in this part of the I
in the various iiias o! and complete it in a that yo
way tndo, Florida. Their stock of them is backed by honest, gen- country, and is prepared to take
wocd. have the will remember them tan
His service tad the services of sured. he plans and speeifcaions call for. They latest equipment next :sed cars is comprehensive and erous quality. care of buyers with ears which
who know have in this line.
how
the men who go to make up his Although.Mr. DePorter operateson We suggest that if you intendto run out and work men that is practically to you In making anything this annual busine' He large number of cars that They have a car to suit the prove the superiority of the high
organization have played an important a very extensive scale, he is build a home, a new sCore, perfect in detaiL review of the onward 'y have been truing out is evince purpose of every buyer and will grade used car, over the so-called

part in the progress and not above buildin a modest little shop, factory-or if you anticipate This modern concern has gained Orlando we are pleased progress to gt of their successful patron- ingly give demonstrations. They second-hand automobile. These
prosperity: of this section. Many home. In fact he has erectoa making any repairs on your prop- & large patronage not at Phillips Lumber and Millwo !eo also have an attractive purchase cars will give many thousandsof
cf our best and most elegant I many that wenTbuilt for the aver- erty at this time, you consult Mr. home but throughout .onry the surrounding Inc., this recommendation ur When you buy a used car con- plan through which it is possibleto miles of service and in many
homes are the result of his untiring rge working man whose income DePorter. The knowledge gainedby territory on account of the efficiency of their shop ito der it as an investment and purchase a ear and pay for it cases will outdrive and outlast
efforts, his skill and abilityto did not warrant tae most elabor- his many years of exerieneein the very complete and fully direct our readers here whi oose accordingly. When you buy as you enjoy it. Truly a most many of the new cars which are
erect a structure exactly as 1 ate. His organization. consists of this line places him in a position nteed service they 'render. guar- in need of the best of their lir dependable used car it is always admirable firm, under the man- selling at a similar price.

the owner wants it. Under htosupervskm 1 men who, like himself, are seasoned to advise you where and how
no little detail is ne- I veterans in the busine *o proceed; on the most economical; I
viecfa'd or overlooked. He! per. i men who appreciate and reali j t ;ii- .dvioe i- free and vv: Colonial Awning CompanyBud Sunny South Distributors
oaauy .upervnes every job Uat i the extent of their responsibility feel free to say that we do no4*

ka cert in teat the .- mpk.i. nd who always strive to ma: & think you could possibly go to Walters, Mgr. "' oTesale Distributors of Canadian Ace Beer, Ale, Country Club Malt Liquor, Drewry's

us c 101 0 every pa iron is ui i every job just a bit better more reliable source. Awnings, Aluminum Baked Enamel Awnings, Canvas AWl T, Krueger's Beer Ale Champale Malt Liquors to Orange and Osceola Counties.

ing and Special Rubberized Tarpaulins :Made-to-Order an
I Free Estimates upon Request. rated 6406 South Dixie Highway in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 2-7171.
Comfort & Inc.
Cooling Beating. ':
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Located 1737 Kuhl Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephor.

Fedders and Stewart-Warner Air Conditioning. Sheet Metal and Stewart-WarnerGas GArden 50184. his section of the country as miles around in this chosen field I r margin of profit. Fair, honest
whole has added business ad- people to the community. Throughthe and individual service built ior
and
and Oil Furnaces'Installed. Fedders Central Cooling Heating Systems
Adaptomatic When one builds a house, business As designesr this popular corr ntage by having! in its midst A
extended trade channels of them a trade that has extended la
Sold Serviced and Installed.
structure, or any other build. Paul has achieved a well-merit il-known establishment whose
in? they usually consult a com reputation, the designs being nmendable policies and qualities this active firm many dollars are every direction.

Located ;.623-625 Virginia Drive in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 48529.once pstent architect. draw up and inal and artistic, and theyready ne gained for them an ever-tn- brought well yearly into this section. They have always been consistent -
make their plans) for such a structure at all times to submit :3asin business that can be no- This known establishment boosters for all things
There are no more public spir-, the state, the service being standard a customer, always a ccs- so that it will be artistic and igns for all classes of work ;ed by the large daily ship- of endeavor and brings new adding to the growth and prosperity -
i'ed citizens in the communitythan and so recognized by the tomer. in harmony with its surroundingsand the lines as well as to faithfuL jients leaving their progressive started its business career upon a of the all
the manager and we direct trade for many miles in this section Comfort Cooling and Heating location. The same care and execute to the letter any speeia solid foundation, knowing! fast community as
ycur attention to this business of the country. Inc, is located conveniently for careful attention should be'taken designs submitted to them. The 1'OSpenty.of the city Is success in this advancing business times, knowing that a firm that
institution of the community as Their services are popular be- in the selection of your awning. They have the latest and mo treaty' increased by the extent cf could be fully gained on.' oy did not possess solid business:
one of the reliable establishments: cause their services are most the people of the surrounding territory Contact Colonial Awning Company moderto appliances. This include. their trade which extends for selling good products upon a fair methods would wither and die.
which have added to this part of complete and they realize thepopular and on a visit you will find in Orlando Florida. -
which enable
the state. demands for the service everything no less than made to This firm is considered competent the best equipment
This well known service is deserving they render. And in their dealings order, and to please youwill be and capable designers of all them to produce the finest grade

of more than passing with the public a spirit of fair the dominating: purpose of their types of awnings and'will be gladat ofwork in the most expert an. Additional Orlando Business
notice in this business review of large organization which is recognized all times to offer expert advice finished manner. In fact, thi
the onward progress of the community treatment and accomodation is so for miles around .as sheet plans and suggestions along company ia kjunrn far and whit
as they are perhaps the evident that it has well nigh become metal, furnace" and air condition these lines to all interested in for::".the. artistic quality of ,it. Firms Listed On Page 7t
best equipped in this section of a hard and fast rule that ing headquarters. high grade work of this land. werk '





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pushes Shingle Creek out of banks. 01. where dike broke into Cecil Yates pasture.Presbyterian .
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-., ..4 much water came down on Or.. the old St. Cloud highway to Le ..
:::,-: ange and Osceola Counties duringthe closed for awhile. Church This picture was made from Highway 1792. :
severe thunder storms that Water from Shingle Creek
plagued the area from Tuesday (Photos by Ed Cooper) "_
through Friday of last week.It caused dikes to break on the prop-
Activities Are ListedThe
erty of I* S. Harris and Cecil
was estimated in Kissimm! Yates and flooded their pasture b'azctte Advertising Pays -
There is no fountain of y uth. that. some 13 inches of rain fell to the extent that they will not Chancel Choir meets Thursday Joseph Caddell Lowell Miller
from Tuesday through Thursday likely be usable again as pasturedthis 7:45 p.m. for rehearsal in Harry Doughty, Josephine Cody, ...
But correct vitamins can'help night and this coupled with a year. the church sancutary. and Miss Lila Beals. ...

tremendous amount from Orange This breakthrough eased a situation Sunday services begin with The Youth Choir meets Tuesdayat
County saw Shingle Creek, ,rise school 3:15 for rehearsal in the Safe Gentle Tested!
retain the health, vigor and energy to the point where a number of that could have caused more Sunday at 9:45 a.m. Thereare pm..
classes There
for all ages. is sanctuary.The -
flMWMr*! damage to homes than
families
evacuated their home actually
also Communicants Class Mid Week Service is Wednesday
to
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of youth. For reliable and ,correct until the water crested. happened. give young people training far 7:30 p.m. The Bible Studyis OGILVIE HOME PERMANENTBY

Water from the creek halted Estimate of the damage ta church membership, and this i? now in the Letter to the Ephe- ..
\'itamins'isit us soon. traffic on State Road 530 west of agriculture throughout the countyat held in. the pastor's study. Worship sians.' .
Kissimmee for a time, and also this: time wouid be premature, is at 11 a.m. and the Rev. Q 0 RTYGRAY ;
made it impassable on the old 1 Osceola County Agent Jim Smith Dorr L. Van Etten will be preaching National: advertisers' annual .
Tampa Highway from the Atlantic said, some 10,000 to 12,000 peTe on "The Jericho Road-Serv-, expenditure in newspapers since The one home permanent that con
Coast Line Railroad crossing of marsh is under 1950 has increased. by over. 220 L 1 :t'
pasture water ice". One Great Hour of Sharing ditions as it curls.Created by famous :
to Highway 17-92. The rising of and some citrus damage will show with a special offering for emergency million. hair care specialists to assure a soft, w...? "
r water in Fish Lake also caused up later as the water level drops. world relief needs, will b-' lustrous wave. Tested and proved ."
observed. The choir under:! tnt ; q .
step by step.Kit contains Pre-Perm ,
direction of Lester W. Geisler will
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render the Lift
Scouts anthem "I Will
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Up Mine Eyes" by Sowerby. Lotion..and Creme Neutralizer :9 .
The Westminster Fellowship for that's already mixed when you buy '

>. Junior High and Senior High it So safe and gentle it's recommended i.
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the Educational Building.The MINSHORE'S
United Presbyterian Women
The first Osceola Scouting I and other adults of the Osceola will meet Monday March 28th, P Broadway PharmacyYour T
Roundtable was held March 17 at Scout movement any Monday noon p.m. in the Educational: Building
the Scout Hut in Kissimmee with at Margie's Diner on Vine in Kis- The Program Leader is Mrs. E
MONTHLY Phil Wall scout executive for the simmee where that week's scout O. Johnson, the topic being: "The Men's Wear Walgreen Agency ,:,.
INCOME whole central Florida district, pre- problems can be discussed over Faith We Proclaim". The ho:t- 201 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6.2351,rLET'S
senting the program. lunch. esses are Mmes Wm. Sippel 1.
FOR YOU!
LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY The roundtable attended by a .. ......., .
WILL ACCEPT SHORT TERM hard core of about a dozen inter
LOANS AT,8% INTEREST ested persons is to help adults
PAID MONTHLY CAPITAL working with Cubs Boy Scoutsor
RETURNED IN FULL Explorers.The .
WITHIN ONE YEAR
ADD TO YOUR INCOME- Scouting Roundtable is GET TOGETHER
: WHY ACCEPT LESS !Slated to be a regular affair said
,1 ALL LOANS ARE Wall always on the third Thursday
.i of each month. Since the .
SECURED roundtable is for this whole county
the meetings will be held at
different locations ,in the count

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to the Kissimmee Cub Scout Pack. .
Alf F.... Received B, ,
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April fpay pack washer-dryer
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1444 E. Colonial; Dr. Orlando in the Cub Pack may use it. : 1" 'j. .. >;... .:':
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showing scout film strip after "c.
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Wall recommended laying oU .
a year's program at a time following .
the canned program offered

by state Scout headfuar YOUR RED CROSS IS ON THE JOB/ ;
ers but giving it as many loc ? .
twists as possible.: .
Wall invited adults to join hiir

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Page 2A '-- The KUsimmee Gazette, Thursday March 21. I960 I Friendship, Inc. Ministers9 Wives Bethany Group To Hold Rummage. ,Sale
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: Ushers In SpringThe Hostesses To WSCS The Bethany Group of the First The sale will fee h id'- "at the
Annual Flower Show Presbyterian Church will sponsor educational buiMiag -
Kissimmee Friendship Club The Woman's Society of Chris- a rummage sale Saturday March I > I
I held its monthly meeting Thursday tian Service met Monday afternoon 38th. Watch Kiastamee,.GRfiWl ,
at the Tropical HoteL The in the educational building
! :Has Weather Theme program honored the Irish with siding.with Mrs. William Seckman pre

T group singing: of Irish songs, ac
The meeting was opened by a
A clever theme has been chosen 1... Sippel. general chairman and companied by the pianist Mrs. medley of songs played by Mrs.
for the annual flower show sponsored Mrs. William Prather, cochairman r; e1N ? John McLellan. Readings of quotable Maude Dunsmore, pianist. p CSill3@[
by .the Kissimmee Garden of the show; Mrs. Pete Hunt i ,qtr quotes by Mrs. Louise Olonand It was announced that the "Da; r
Club on Saturday and Sunday: staging with Mrs. June Gunn cochairman : Mrs. Lottie Kriebel added Apart" meeting will be held at 'i
April 23."Whether. ; Mrs. Fred Burton, zest to the program. the home of Mrs Joe Lombard '-
the Weather" will properties; :Mrs. Avis Griffen, Spring was ushered in by :a at Lake Cecile April 13th from 1'ftebttb -
feature a long range forecast and entry, with Mrs. W. R. Hayward parade of hats individually designed 10:30 to 2:30 p.m. -
weather school among the various co-chairman; Mrs. Fred Althause, Ida and worn.by the members. After the business meeting Mrs.
sections, and will be presented by classification, with Mrs. Malvin Prizes designed and donated by D. B. Shaver gave the devotional, o
the Forecasters at the American Samuel co-chairman; Mrs. Carl 4r sit. r llrs. Joseph Buscher, Colleen taking her subject from "Luke's -
Legion Home on Lakeshore Drive Schmidt, schedule) ; Mrs. Charles :cr Buscher and Lynn Randall wen Portrait of Christ". 0 o COOK WITH GAS
from 2 pjn. to 6 p.m.. on both Gaylord, judges; Mrs. Edwin La awarded to Mrs. Sally Cooper- Piano duets were presented by
days. due educational and conservational ( rider and Mrs. Enita Eckxnan. Mrs. Dunsmore and Mrs. Irma:
The forecasters, or committee exhibits; Mrs. Henry Pyle, dismantling -.-_ prettiest: ; Mrs. Emma McLellanand McClellan.Mrs. BECAUSE AMERICA'S rnmsT
members in charge of the color- ; Mrs. Mal Lamb, hospiitaiity .Mrs Louise Olson, most original Robert Pollom introducedMrs. RANGES: ARE GAS BANCES
Lu1 event include Mrs. Robert with Mrs. Henry Simmons, SPICES FOR FLORIDA SALAD GREENS-With these labeled ; Mrs. Frances Randall and Jessie Kleinman, Mrs. Paul Flexible and efficient meeting
Hetzger,. president; Mrs. William : cochairman; Mrs. J. E. Dukes standard shelf items plus eggs bacon croutons and limes, three Mrs. Alice Wright, funniest. Smith, Mrs. Julia Miles and Mrs. every modem cooking need. Fast
,publicity, with Mrs. E. J. Hether classic dressings for green salads can be created-French, Caesar, Those attending for the first Arthur Logsdon who presented the clean economical cooking.automatic.You Manual -
and bleu cheese. Add a ripe avocado and add another green salad controls or fully
ington co-chairman. tim Mrs. Ellsworth Lee, entitled "Jesus In Tha
were program
outstanding per
dressing, this owe unusual but delicious Fresh salad greens from can expect
Sections are divided into five Florida, the nation's winter salad bowl are now in good supply. Simpson Virginia; Mrs. Clarence Home Of Simon, The Pharisee". formance with -a distinctive
ELECT units, including long range forecast EL Smith, Ohio; Mrs. T. Earl Ministers wives and retired Green's Fuel Gas Range.
tables, weather reports, Foglesong, Wisconsin; Mrs. Her ministers' wives were hostesses to
era-all dried material. 10. parade hot, We'll weather the weather 60 members and five visitor. The
potted plants, ana weather school. ris G. Hallock S. Dakota.
W. R. (BUSTER) weather not to exceed whatever the weatherWhether
Long forecast includes -corsages hostesses were Mrs. Henry Guy,
the following range classes: 1. line eight inches in length, of a) fresh we like it or not." And,everyone Mrs. Frederick Tewksbury, Mr GREEtS .
HANCOCKx squalls line arrangement wh plant material, and b) dried plant i. invited to come out and see Wesleyan Guild To Mabel Hanks and Mrs. Laura FUEL-1
materiaL this
outstanding eventNeedlework
fresh cut plant material to Parker.
: dominate. tri-colon pre- material. All of these are eligiblefor Hold Rummage SaleThe :m :
Eligible for. -
tri-color except 4, 7, 9 and 10. GuildTo i ,; :';. ;
2. heavy fl'Olt-arrangement o{ Service Guild
t The tables section is for one Wesleyan To Meet FridayThe
white flowers only, with foliage
Meet Tuesday will have a rummage sale Saturday -
permitted.emphasizing 3. hurricane motion. Fresh warning-cut i will classification be composed-picnic of weather alfresco,buffet and. The newly organized Needlework March 26th, on Broadwaynext regular meeting of the Orange Porlts Furniture Co.
Rachel office.
to King's Garden Garden Club will beheld '
plant 'material to predominate. 4. table for four. No flatwarepermitted. Guild will meet Tuesday,
hot and dry-all dried or preserved Section C, or weathe March 29th, at 2 p.m. at the Onange Items may be left at Dot Cody's Friday, March 25th at the
plant material 5. cool and reports includes seven classes- Gardens Community House. home during the week or broughtto Orange Gardens Community KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
x clear-an arrangement of fresh roses,' hemerocallis, annuals, per. Mrs. Howard H. Kelley, presidentof the lot on Saturday morning. House.
cut plant material, cool colors, ennials and biennials, bulbs, the southeastern branch wi'J' I
D blues and greens to predominate. conns, rhizomes or tuberous roots, i be the guest speaker.
6. fair and warmer-an arrangement hibiscus, and amaryllis. This meeting was postponed
of fresh cut plant material, Section D or potted plants will from last week due to the heavy SAYE Ar
include flowering plants, African rains.
warm colors reds yellows and/o: fI
crangesto predominate.* Foliage violets, foliage plants, cacti and .
succulents. ferns, and bromeliads. cUP .
permitted. 7. Cracker Jim Sez- THIS 1
fruit and/or vegetables. Flowers Weather school, or section E, will THIS CERTFICATE' ENT'TOlH
8. include 'educational exhibits suchas ES
and/or foliage permitted. You
Only fully qualified "changeable weather-open to exhibitors birds and conservation, and i 50 Top To 1 I
weather instruments. Value
candidate for who have never won a ,
Stamps
Artistic arrangements must
;clue ribbon in a standard show.Freshcut .
: COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE plant material to pre- be. in place.'by- 10:30 a.m. Satur- I FREE AT YOUR
dominate. 9. brief showers-miniature day, April 2. Potted plants must S"AF-- NEAREST
: OF beentered between 2. and WINN-DIXle
p.m.
material, and b) winter show.
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Business must be entered between 8a: .s. S Q .
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; 8.S., Decree i. Agriculture eoeetetbt.Nrrr.cq must be previously registered SINCE 190 .
U. of Fl.. .'araJn with the entry chairman. .
Marine Veteran Anyone' interested in"a complete ,. QUANTITY-RIGHTS..RESERV-ED
Family Man schedule including rules, may ob- -' PRICES GOOD Thru March -26thV2
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some curable some not. And yet, Changes Made\ In ,The Kissiminee Gazette Thursday March( 21, 1960 Page 3A


Orange Gardens Jottings practically on all,.Trare of of them their are handicap remarkably ,Letters To The EditorMarch I Social Security Rates Rodney Lamb Now About one-third of the world's

"Be careful about social
*, or thans they've learnedo your total coffee consumption is used
By i live with them in complete ad- security taxes in January "CoL i Stationed In GermanyArmy by the people of the United
-, fnsfment. .. Byron R. Potton. Social Security States.

ANNA J. REYNOLDS "Bv sturfvin the IndoraitaWhire 20. 1960 sidewalk fearlessly watching aparade :Manager, ._ Orlando warned to- Specialist Four RodneyL.
'* of the rooi stTH in children's To the Editor: day. "The 1959 rate and the 1960 1 Lamb whose wife Inez lives
by.Sincerely
L- I frosnitals. IV' IwnM triv > The cnnsniracy( in America toe en rate are" different Don't confuse at 1220 Oak St., Kissimmee. recently -
? *! with imn4rfe tion, them. qualified as expert in firing
my OTTTI "* is led by an ex-convict GusH Ma;or John C. WilderP.
and conquer z4)mof them. .H, who, hs openly boasted that "If you work for someone else, the carbine while serving with
of we self-and all 0. Box 2355!
Undoubtedly many us as we do from time to
+ when the time comes he would your first paycheck for 1960 the 84th Artillery in Germany.
read about or.listen to some of time-I think of the children in Edwards AFB California
take arms and fight to wagee will have the new 3 per Specialist Lamb truck driver
!
overthrow a
up -
our most popular and successful hospitals. .My sorrows and aches Dist Edith R. Armstrong of *
cent deduction.
} form of Your employer'will in the artillery's Headquarters
our Ifflvernm..nt.which
stars on TV or radio come to tha and gripes then vanish immedi i Bnvkton. }r'5S. hs re" a recent March 20, 1960
conclusion that runs somethinglike ately. "+.e.* of MrHazel Taylor of also is the aim of every oth- To the Editor: match this with his 3 per cent. and Service Battery in Mainz, en-
er Communist and fellow traveler. "If you are self-employed the tered the Army in September
this. "If I had her or his job Til tell yon why. 71B Thacker Ave. Please accept our .h IP.T_+ old 1960
rate of 3. cent
per applies 1958 completed basic training at
Morevoer. Hall states that he
or money I would have nothing$ "In the course of my career I Mr. and Mrs. R inh S. Pr.-: thanks and appreciation' ( fo' ill n* to the report make be-
you Fort Jackson S. C. and arrived
to The of will participate in, organize and .
worry about. falacy visit a number of children's hos- ",an, formerly of 1724 W. Doris the wonderful helo that vnn for April 15. The
report youm. the following February.
this conclusion is well pointedout ritals; the last ore was the ct* and HAW living in Kr.or Ind. lead the broadest of united front ft before and du'in4 the Vd- *.* nest year for 1960 will carry overseas
by a recent short article by Shriners Hospital for Crippled last weekwted friend In movement on every level in a Winter Rcdeo in February.You the new 4 per cent rate. The 24 vear old soldier son of

one of our most popular entertainers Children in Houston, Tex. Every the Gardens. It Is alw vs a pleasure thousand ways in 10,000 places were very generous! with Employers have until January Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lamb,
Miss Dinah Shore. If single time I visit there- I !am to welcome our forme'' friends on 100,000 issues with 180 million vour time and the space that you 31 to file social security reportson Route 2, attended Osceola High
there is one person who seems to amazed the overflowing hap people. And there you have it and in School and was associated with
by and neighbors and to wish they crave us, as previous years, wages paid in 1959. The 1959
have an untroubled life that per- piness of these handicapped freinds. the aims of the Communist we are most" grateful to Lambs Well Drilling, before entering
could make their visit a longer U.S.A. you. and 2 per cent for employee api9 That's Not Necessary!
party the .
son would be Miss Shore. Therefore youngsters. Yours trulr. Army.Chamber
very .
odn joj }u3 sad< 7 alai
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it may be interesting to note "These children represent a one.Mr.. and Mrs. A. S. Reed of How can intelligent$ people follow Silver Spurs CJuh. Inc. plies. The January 31 deadline is You overcome sluggishness,
some of her comments in her article cross-section of America. Not an ex-convict as a leader? Charles Partin Big Boss for san
WilliamsonVe: "t Virginia anent employers in commerce and Host At Party even in a car! Our professional
"A lesson I learned from only are they children of all races I Yet dignitaries, high officials industry with employees
duringthe
reveral days visiting Mr. and Mr\ *.
life." : commentators and preachers Marine Corns Offers tune-up puts your car back on
and creeds but they suffer many are October-December 1959 For Visiting GroupThe
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John Starling of 1620 W. quar-
"Whenever I feel sorry for my- i heartbreaking forms of infirmity Catherine St. Mrs. Max: Welk of in fellow his crowd.travelers The communists and 3 Year EnlistmentsThree ter; household employers who paid the road...roaring, ready togo
are unAmericanand Bring it in-!
household workers at least $50 Kissimmee Chamber of
Tijrard, Oregon also
was guest
a are traitors to our countryand vear rather than four
during the October Commerce host cocktail
at
the December was a
of Starlings '
recently.Mrs. our Flag. Will we stand by vear enlistments are being offered March 17th the Elks
THREE SHOWS TONITEWE quarter: farm employers who dur- party at
Nettie Norton and Mrs with our eyes wide open and let bv the Marine'CnJ1)S in order -
ing 1959 paid employees $150 or Club for the Southern Regional BUD & JOHN'SService
Marine Moon, and Mr. and Mrs. them overthrow
our government? to fill technical and specialist worked them for at least part of Livestock' Marketing Technical
Archie Roe of Syracuse, N. Y. This must not happen. billets local Marine Corps recruiting -
s a 20 different days during the year. Committee a U .S. DepL of Agriculture
have been horse of
recent guests
Hattie Billings representatives announced to- Gulf
The scheduled rise in tax rates sponsored group composed
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Briskin of
Kissimmee day. This three year enlistment i"i
based on long-range cost estimates of Marketing Research men from
1605 Orange Blvd. 1111 11March available to qualified: seniors and i is designed to maintain the old- 20 southern state supported TI 6-5842
? mm MOHSE Mr. and Mrs. H. Glindkamp of 4, 1960 June graduates.It age and survivors insurance pro- schools.

Lombard IlL have been visiting:; Ohawa Agricultural was further announced thatan gram on a self-supporting basis. Members of the Agriculture
Mrs. Hilgue of 1602 Orange Blvd. Experiment Station additional need for high: school Committee of the chamber local OPEN TILL 10 P. M.

Volta Region graduates stems from the fact Artificial teeth were considered cattlemen and others associated Corner Main & Vine St.

I Blonde: "Sorry soldier, but I Ohawa, Ghana, West Africa that Marine Corps policy has always quite fashionable by early Roman with the cattle Industry were in

I Will Appreciate Your Vote never" go out with perfect strang. January 4, 1960 been from to within select its the future enlisted officers women attendance. .

ers. Dear Friends: ranks. More than 55% of the

MICHAEL J. (Mike) STANKO GI: "Don't worry about that, We bad a fine trip over ana commissioned officers' in the
babe, I ain't Turfed.
have a very nice station. The a e Corps today are former enlisted
Comedian Ken Murray reports is perfectly beautiful with hard Marines.
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER that his partner, Marie Wilson, workingpeople and extremely nch In order to assure young men

went on a diet of coconuts and soil. The fruits are marvelous. the training months of their JAMES E. (Jim) CLAYs
bananas. He said "She didn't
the Marine has set
choice
The Corps }
.. ,. _.,. I am a self supported people here are very pro-
.r- lose any weight but you shouldsee American. There is no Amencan up the 120-Day-Delay plan. Jure
candidate. I will do everything her climb a tree." graduates enlist now and
with may
100 miles of us. We are on
in my power to * the "Great Volta River", 100 decide what day they wish to begin s ,

aid and promote good miles east of Accra Ghana the their recruit training following '
If our forefathers thought taxation -
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\ graduation.This
capitol and 20 miles from the
city government. without representation was ..
: Atlantic Ocean. ,We do our shopping same delay between en-
bad they should see it now with
.. in French Togaland, just listment and active duty is also .
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representation.Blonde about 20 miles the cffered to those qualified men
r By
$ I for : "Sorry soldier, but 1 away. way.
am prosperity Togaland was set free on January who have already completed high CITY CoMMISSIONER
tJJ for our city. I am not never" go out with perfect stran- 1,.just three days ago. school. They may take up to four

obligated to any one person gers. ,At pint of the world's best per months to give notice to their
GI: "Don't worry about that, employers or take care of personal -
-> v- '.. or to any group of fume costs about $2.80 in Toga-
people. Babe, I ain't perfect. land. They have nice theatres, ho- affairs. z
Ken Murray reports that his tels and cafes. The Marine Corps representative GROUP 2

No matter how partner Marie Wilson went on a We have really enjoyed tnis also stated that all Marines tLL
.fit diet of coconuts and bananas. She trip and this station better than are given aptitude tests to determine ; .

you vote. didn't lose any weight, but you any during the 13 years. the technical field in L
should see her climb a tree. Yours truly which a man would most rapidlybe JAMES E. (JIM) CLAY

VOTE Weather permitting Mrs. Irene Lamar and Alberta Fort promoted and to which he
Saunders expects to meet with the would be more suited. There are
TUESDAY, Pineneedle Class on Thursday afternoon March 20, 1960 more than 400 specialist fields I am running for the office of

Mach 24, at 1:30 p.m. As To the Editor: available in either the land, sea
MARCH 29TH usual she will come with an am- I recently read an article in or aviation branches of the Corps. City Commissioner for one purpose

MICHAEL J.' STANKO place.. city: fire station. ple supply of working material The Kissimmee Gazette dated 25 The recruiter said that many and that is work for better :
to and
and. some new samples to dem- February 1960.-The subject or the young men are being placed into a more

(This Adv. paid for by Michael J. Stanko) ,onstrate. article "Disregard of Flag at electronic aviation and missile Kissimmee for all. :
We are sorry to report that Parade Deplored", written by Fa- technical schools upon completn prosperous
Mr. James Lowe of 704 GeorgeSt. \basic training It__ ,. | -. r ',
ther Benton .' .- .& ., ]i? i ,' 4sincerely
thata %
other* : \ 111- -
', .. .. is a patient at Orange Memorial Without a'* doubt. have or Basic requirements < = :>" -
J :" ; 4'F you -
Hospital. It is hoped that he probably will, receive letters from high school education may be !,frs solicit your vote on March 29th. i

will soon be well enough to return individuals praising and criticizing obtained from the local Marine _

to his home. Father Benton for writing and being Corps Recruiting Service repre

VOTE FORT Mrs. Lola Robson is being 'visited out-spoken on a subject gnat sentative. Master Sergeant Rich- .. Thank You. =
by her sister Mrs. Jeanne would cause the town to be em- ard K. Schmidt will be at the .
Johnston and her nephew G. H. Kissimmee Post Office at 10 ajn. .
barrassed for the action of those JIM CLAY :
Wood from Ft. Leonard Wood, each Thursday and can be con- '
who seemed to be ignorant as to : .
iIIT1 ROBERT V. Mo.Mr. what to dowhen the colors pass: tacted by phoning GArden 3-1823, .. j
and Mrs. Geo. Murphy re- Orlando. ,
turned last week from to by.I (Paid Political Advertisement)
---- trip
a :
could not
(Bob) express my own personal
Boating IndustryIs
Beaumont, Texas, where they attended feelings as well or more j

the funeral of Mr. Mur thoroughly than has Father Benton Big Business

McKISSICof phy's brother.It and I hope the readers of Pleasure boat traffic on Flor-
is that there is
reported anew
will the article
your paper accept ida's intracoastal waterway has
box of cereal out wich con-
in beneficial to them
I a manner 39 cent during the It
stepped up per
tains nohting but prizes. If
you I as privileged Americans.I ten
send the box top, they will send past years.
KISSIMMEEYour am very proud of Father Ben- Checked at the Palm Valley 999
you the cereal. ton and his article, and equally bridge entrance to the waterwaynear r
proud of my home town paper Jacksonville pleasure boats er

READ and its staff for printing the accounted for 3,028 passings during t
.t article. Perhaps Father Benton'a 1959. These craft have in- huyit ,

r Candidate For article and your paper will be tne creased each year during the ten- -

k means of "waking-up" persons to year period with the exception ofa
the realization of their heritageand slight drop in 1955. Last year's
CityCommissioner log RESULTS privilege of standing on the figure was 6 per cent above 1958 .

the Florida State Chamber of 4(4rI: ..

., Commerce reported yesterday. ..


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EXPERIENCED: :

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FAMILY MAN: I COUNTY .

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pation.paig'n, Japanese Occupation, German. Occu 0 ,finest performer FORD ever made. We invite you to enjoy :


,- the experience of driving it"-YOUR FORD DEALER! .
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BUSINESS '
: If you're hankering;for the sweetest performance engine that says "yes" when you say "go." :

Manager\ Florida Realty Counselors, Inc, you've ever experienced, this is for you the We're talking about the optional Thunderbird .
1 one and only 1960 Ford Starliner. ** 352 Special V-8 and to make it more :
and Gardens
Orange Inc. Beneath that racy hard-top rooSine, there's spectacular it's teamed with\ Ford's CruiseOMatic -
room for six strapping folks and sheer elegance Drive! .

CIVIC MINDED: Excellent fishing and hunting attract many touriststo SANBTOHEiry in the smart interiors that will win over **.* Whj not seejuur Ford Dealer riftl sow?'
the ipost discriminating. As for comfort, there's t .
Member of Rotary Club, Kissimmee Boardof Wakulla County. In fact, commercial fishing and a new 5-foot-wide tread beneath that makes SPECIAL STRING SHOW1NGI .
tourists comprise the main source of income..in add!
CleaningWtrks this the smoothest in all DEALS IN THE WHOLE '
Realtors loeliejt-riding car SPECIAL SPRING
Associa-
Orange Gardens Civic tion to agriculture and timber. Most of the county's
298,900 of forest lands embraced the Ford history. Vfw .WONDERFUL NEW WORLD OF FORDSI :
acres by Apalachicola -
are .:..:.:
tion, Footlight Theater Guild, Kissimmee National Forest Enormous Wakulla Springs is Wonders And just for you : : : beneath that road- --

,Chamber of Commerce Parent Teachers a world-wide attraction. It boils up from limestone formations hugging, safety-vision hood you've got an
and covers an area of more than four acres. It's a miracle no less the way FORD
Association, Kissimmee All-States Tourist Some sources claim this famous spring inspired the cameWakulla" Sanhooe's deep down cleaning 1y
an Indian word meaning "mystery". _
dirt and
Club. gets out ALL the spots
In progressive Wakulla County, and throughout soil back store-fresh-
-brings ...
Florida, the United States Brewers Foundation works Y.,.._c.o tel..... .
POLITICAL OBLIGATIONS: constantly to maintain the sale of beer and ale under new to colors,patterns and tex 0 pe......1 .. .::...aN.. If" .
pleasant, orderly conditions. Believing that strict law tores. Phone today.iKissiramee's faf ._ ..... .. .
NONE-except to the voters of Kissimmee. enforcement serves the best interest of the people of r..A.F.H .

Florida, the Foundation stresses close cooperation with
the Armed Forces law enforcement and governing of. oaD-ri.Juar rw1I I.u..s"II :2' fAWI-na.Ne+....n 1.-4 1 taT1i0IID: )[RBIU>-n.. WeA4""...,lWa*WCflr :
A VOTE FOR McKISSIC IS A ficials. NORMSCLEANERS .


(VOTE FOR KISSIMMEE *:EEK- .FLORIDA' tt>llf SBt'esri : i AUTREY MOTOR CO. :

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VOTING. :. PLACE CITY FIRE. STATION .BEVERAGE. ',v 1.s s. sr..nidi....... .1 '. Finest .',..
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do bromeliad:YOU tell? a succulent from a To Meet March-28 PTA Executive 1 The'KIssImmee. .Gazette, Thursday, March 24, 1960 Page 5.'T. .\

The Weather School will be The United Presbyterian Women ;Committee To beet
section E and is strictly edaea- will meet Monday, March 28th E. Funk, at 818 Emmett, one sary business cannot be official.:?
nt 8 p.m. at the educational build The Kissinnnee Parent Teachers block west of Bermuda acted on.
tionaL Class I-Birds and Conservation
Class 2-Weather nstru- ing when Mrs. E. O. Johnson win Association's executive committeewill President Jack Varty points out The executive committee plansto
:: ; the "The Face hold its regular monthly that if officers standing
or
present com-
program receive and
on reports
_______ ments. I have to go to the showto pass
We Proclaim". meeting\ Monday, March 26, starting mittee chairmen cannot attend
hL see what in the world Weather I from the chairman, the
program
Hostesses will be Mrs. William at 7:30 p.m. at the home cf they may send a substitute, authorizing -
Instruments could be in a garden.Maybe treasurer, the committee on how
Sippel, Mrs. Joe Caddell, Mrs. the corresponding secretary Mrs. same to vote for him at
the shovel! is a hurricsrewarning' to get back out of politics, the
Lowell Miller, Mrs. Josephine The Melvin Spaces left this l the meeting.
: device for it means get basketball floor committee, the
out of the way dirt for you are Cody, Mrs, Sarah Doughtc"and week for their home at Hillsdale, This procedure makes: possible student committee on training

fixing to fly._Who knows? Miss Lila Beals. Michigan. a quorum without which neces- see-eye dogs to do homework.

Just to make it a show and as .
t complex as possible there arq
;Tp .
some things called rules-it means]
the difference between getting a,
ribbon so I am told, so-observe \
them folks. All Artistic (Long
-; ; 3 ; 4 '_ Range Forecasts) arrangementmust 1LMMEE/ BRAND NEW

be in place by 10.30 a.m.
Saturday, April 2. The Potted
,
Plants most be entered between M/SHLAND8/ \

8 and 11 a.m. Saturday, April 2,
You can enter one arrangementin

NEW HOME AT KISSIMMEB HIGHLANDS-Since a new model home, consisting of three bedrooms the design division, but severalin TILE
two tiled baths wall-to-wall carpeting, awning windows and sliding glass doors went on dis- horticulture but just one to a 3 BR 2
play to the public two weeks ago at Kissimmee Highlands, some eight homes were sold in a 12-day plant: or specimen in a variety .
period. The homes, such as the one pictured here sell for $9,289, including lot, and FHA financing All potted plants must have been BATHS
is available. (Photo by Ed Cooper) grown by the exhibitor for at M

least three months prior to the

"Watch Kissimmee Grout'JFJFttt show and all artistic arrange
GARDEN ments just must be made by your i'1M
own hands-no cheating allowed! ,

I li r zit .lrINIirlIlswuIuSTILL Competitive classes are open TO 59,280
DIGGIN'SBy any amateur gardener-you do
not have to be a member of the

, Spring Garden Sale PAT DUKE Kissimmee Garden Quo. ;
If questions contact either < ,,
Unfortunately we had too many Katie (Mrs. W. L) Sippel or
GOING ON empty seats to be able to make Mary Frances (Mrs. William) .
the District Tour via bus-but- Prather the General Chairmen of iJi '
several cars are going and will ; ; '
the Flower Show. : ; : FHA
.
CHECK BY For OUTSTANDING no doubt have a wonderful sight "Whether the Weather" will bean ": < "
tima.In : ; -
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seeing
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all out this year as a com- t. : '- .
VALUES the Flower Show we will pletely judged show and that '.- :
have a new section entitled "Ta- means class so it will be more ,
bles". This is an alfresco buffet than just pretty. Beulah Hunt
tor four with no silver allowed- and Lacy Gunn are in charge of $28.0 D.OWI\f.$5.9: MONTH
back to the days of eating bj staging and they can make charm
Just ArrivedX t hand folks! ing scenes, so please folks come

The. Horticulture division is a see it on April 2 nd 3. .., .__.
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ROLL ON GARDENS dilly and you can haul out all $mjzr-.C :' ,f _-7'i' w"f: ; !
.i : i ;
ceived pampering for month WCTU To Meet ;i ; :
Varieties and Sizes :
a 2 This is named "Weather Reports"and : \
Thursday NightDue
.
CUT FLOWERS & LOW BORDER FLOWERS covers class 1-Roses-specimen -
f conditions of .
to weather .
blooms with and '
stem no '
, IS ft. 8 inches . . . 98c: blemishes please. one Class 2-is Her.. last week the Woman's Chris .. < tIl -. .

3Sft.. 8 inches. . .', .7:': $1.98-..... merocallis (plain old day-lily to tian Temperance Union meetingof ; 11II
'
Thursday, March 17th, was
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you who like me who wandersaround w
about their her- postponed until Thursday, March
CLIP THIS AD and bring to our stored WORTH 25c spouting
erocalhsT I've got day-lilies!)
24th.The
I toward purchase of any 100 lb. bag of"fertilizer., : Name your variety in all classes meeting will be held at 7:30'p.m. .
at the Church of the Naz-
: please. Class 3-Annuals or plants
Lou Tarcai
grown as such.: One stem but for arene. -
Mrs. Riggle, state president and .
pansies, petunias sweet peas yea:
Fe.ed & Farm can have 3 stems each. An annualis state co-workers, will be in chargeof -W.
SupplyCorner a plant that grows, blooms vited.the program. The public is in-

and dies all in the same year.
:Main and Vine Sts. Phone TI'6-5361 Class 4-Perennials and Biennialsone
stem except the Gerbera Library Week To .' Dollar For Dollar and Foot For Foot
.
AWWWWVUWVWWVWhidden e i daisy and you may have three Be Observed HereThe
stems each of it. Class 6 bulbs,
Hart Memorial will!
: rhizones or tuberous roots. One Library

i f every stem only.time This I hear is the my word class rhi-for with observe an open National house Library at the libraryon WeeK .. .. .. Your Best Home Buy!

Friday, April 8th from 9 a.m..
to and
zome my corns go hurting
to 4
bafflement begins whetheran p.m.
over All friends of the
library are
:;;;--- easter lily and a ginger lily invited to stop by and see then TURN WEST OFF ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL AT KISSIMMEE
;a br, iy ere a what? Class .&Hibiscus
collection of books available,
with 1 just specimen flowering bldbms. ,'1 Class tSiti* Bccordipirto, : Mrs? E4Jansell., li- HIGHLANDSJ51GJN i : MILE NORTH OF KISSIMMEECITYLIMITS.
Amaryllis _
-one ; *
.yO brarian. 'I < ""**""'

o 0 ", art I the guess bulb they section set this because apart at from this The regular hours of the library OPEN FROM 9A. M.TILL DARK.. 'H-t::
1 are from 9 to 1 weekdays
( :\ t time of year we have a riot of and open Friday nights from (C j
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there bloom Potted satisfactory are in plants these six 'are classes bulbs.most section covering beautifuland D and: Jehovah's to 9. Witnesses P HO N E, TI I 7 2 6 21';'


Activities Listed
flowering plants; African violets;

foliage plants; cacti and succulents Friday, March 25, 7:30 p.m.: .
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to ferns; bromeliads. If the Ministry School. Talks on "Radio ;

And 'Television Preseentat ons"; "
And Television Presentations.' ; See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in color.Sundays, NBC-TV-The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly, ABCTVSIXPASSENGER

r VOTE for .CLAY lating Abomination Spoken Of By
.
Daniel The Prophet?"; Bible read-
ing of Psalm 69:1 to '69:36; "An-

roof leakCAN'T : Election DayRUPYUREEASER cient Babel, Center Of False Re- ,. ..,.
I ligious Thought"; God's Mouthpiece '

HIDE FROM US Chosen For The Purpose Of t-:
Announcing The Establishment of
and we'll find it for you FREEV! God's Kingdom, Soon To Make .
,
1 1T Sweeping Changes In Earth'sRule"
Don't wait until a roof leak breaks out in .
M fee U ru.on. 4A flMT BIKe True .
stained ceilings and loosened plaster. Don
t wait until it digs deep into your pocketbook. lVtfn Sunday March 27, 4 p.m.: Public

Let us take a look. If your roof is tifiht( the ., talk "Choosing Life With The
glad news wont cost you a penny. its' i : New World Society". The subjectof r
already rotting its way into view, youll be- t\\ RiIN or h.b'$5.tt.1'0. the Watchtower study and dis-
mighty lucky to find out n*. r rm cussion is "Safeguard Your Think-
"' \. S495 9S64Wl .
hqu.r_ ing Ability" One'of the scriptures
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CALL Telephone TI 7-2371 for consideration will be Proverbs J
A strong. for -ntttnC w *habl rapport -
: AND WE'LL COME RUNNING for rttfucibl IngujiU bernl Back -
1:7: "The fear of Jehovah is the
djt -
taetntf e up ta front
AdJtutabl le rrilt, flat irola beginning of knowledge." .
. pad.. wtmnt ha nc,I chUtraa.er leather MaR kacds.rtrrm." (Fftrm tr.%, Wednesday, March :SO: 8 p.m.: ,A nderfiBj niful folding seat makes every sedan load space with the rear teat fMed.And
'BASS ROOFlMGLICENSED a-r*i.slate r. BTMii4 rUht. telf towcit.**.part, *..N f*.a'4 a> Bible book study on the subject Cttvair tin. cup .to we.Just one crick flip and you when} that's full you can start on the trunk..

"The King For Enforcing God's I hcreatt: tee fatfJtt awl pared space t.213 cubic Conrair; you see, is no ordinary compact, .
I BONDED INSURED HUNT BROS. Supreme Will". feet:JUd)Just as simply' ,)'0""back to comfortablesixpassMger are No others are so versatile so ingeniously
Meetings are held at the Kingdom engineered'-with Independent at
Ifs standard tutpeoMon
108 South Bermuda Phone TI CAR ORSTATION capacity equipment
7-2371 Phone TI 6-2621
Hall Jehorah'a Witnesses
,
., of ,..and extratrdaariy practical all four whale, an air-cooled! rear enginethat
_._ 114 Broadway Ocean Street. never need*water or antifreeze.You]just
-- -- .- SEDAN Comir does car-pool duty with the biest can't compare anything eke coming out

., ., and Coin work school these with Conrair.Drive .. .
--- s* "' :" best of them.; ;*,to or or days a one. IOOD.CORVAIH'
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out for the evening, you've pot a genuine .
... IS BOTH!' lU-ftciler, As for carting-around piles of stuff For economicaltraniporlaiim CO rva I ir

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Ci .C CE.ttiCrvCCCCO MAXDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
S I You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present cauIn said Court on the 20th of Defendant! )
I any claim which you or either of April. A. D. 1980. or a Decree Pro NOTICE OP SALE' OF
you may hare against the estateof Conf.iuio will be entered against OItTU.U"J PROPKHTVNotice
':* I BUSINESS DIRECTORY I John C. lUuftnussen deceased you. Is hereby given that rar-
late of Osceola County. Florida, to liven under mr hand and seal suant to a final decree of fart 1.-
the County Judge of said Countyat ..f said hurt at Khwlmme Flor ure entered by the Judjre ot f-, 4
his office In the Court House at ida on the nth day of March, A. court on the 19th day of M in.:.v
Ktsslmraee. Florida within eight IX 1X0. "'iI. In the above at."led aus.
calendar months from the date of GLEN RAY pending said & & & & & & & _-_ A A AA AAAAAAAAA A AAA A A AA A. A the first publication of this No. Cleric; court I will at 12:00 n 110: sc
of said Court
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tI. Each claim or demand mustbe (CIRCUIT COURT PEAL) noon on the l.th day of Mar i,
in writing and must state the Tharker and ThaekerKisxlmmee. ItiO sell at public sale to the. l1.gh.Nit -
place of residence of the claimant Florida and best bidder for rash he-
We Wire Flowers Can SAND ROCK and must be sworn to by the claim Attorney for Plaintiff fore the court hous* door in K +i4mm i-
Weddings Funerals Bouquets Parks Furniture Co. MORTAR MIX ant, bill agent or attorney or the S/lT/J4/Jt 1/7 "' e. Florida the following defritted -
same will become void according to property. twit:
Ceramic Gifts, Potted Plants For Prompt Repair of Your STEEL & WIRE MESH law.This Gee Victor M. Hme t arail"t tl,
IMPORTANT NOTICE REFRIGERATOR.Mrs. Ui the 29th day of February. iv TUB rornr OF TUB rorxrv Identification !.".. Title !w
EUie Hugh's Florist JUDGE I\ AND FOR OS'KOL.\ 539216.
'
ItL"LnA J. RASMITSSENExecutrix ; Hated this 5th day of Starch
(Mrs. Roy C. Grave) TI 6-2171 days or fOT3Tlt f11ttilt3.4 of the Estate of ror\Ti. FLORIDA 11M
Phone TI-fi-5391 TI 6-8579 nights John C. Rasmusoen. deceased. OLKNV RAY
207 Broadway IX TIn MATTER OP
Homestead exemption must be filed by Osceola 1 Murray W. Orel-street Jr. THE ESTATE OP' A* Clerk of Said r mrts

County home owners by April 1, for the year 1960. Attorney .for. Florida ExecutrixKlaslmme. J.JAMES C DIBBLE.C. DIBBLE.Deceased.also known as :10'n u :i

... 3/3/10/11/14 Get the most of the best for the

County Tax Assessor Wade H. Lanier, Jr., has Help! Help! f"YAJIx' PLmmING. 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORSIn NOTICE: APPLICATION OF. IVTENTTOV: FOR TOMKK least through Gazette advertising.
FINAL. DISCHARGE
mailed homestead applications to established home the Court of the Count* Judge

owners.If. d SUPPLY KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX Osceola Count Florida TO ALL WHOM IT SEE
LESESNE IX RE THE ESTATE OKLAWRENCE CYPRESSGARDENS
Employment Agency "Lowest Prices ie the Area / W. ROGERS eceased. MAY NOTICE CONCERN Is : HEREBY GIVENThat

PLUMBING FIXTURES Lillie llronsoo baa filed her
To all Creditor. Legatee Distributee
a person has recently acquired property in Os Flione TI 66671O *, and all Persons having final report an Executrix of the Estate _
933. BRACK ST.GREEN'S VISIT OUR 1 1S
of James C. Dibble, also known
ceola County and he desires to apply for homestead y SURPLUS DEPARTMENT / Claims Estate or Remands against said am J. C Dibble, d.c..a"ed.hat: she
:
exemption, he should apply to Mr. Lanier's office in the PIPES AND FITTINGS < You and each of you are hereby chare haft filed, and Petition that she for will Final apply DU-to .. eR sW shews.*

county court house here prior to April 1. 1131 West Church St. -4-4 noticed claims and which required you. or to either presentany of the Honorable O. P. Johnson County 11.31ealllpaL.Ilpa(15Na ,
Judge of Oxceola Countr. Florida
FUEL '" Orlando Phone GA 3-71\7Excavating 4 AGRICO you.Lawrence may hate .aralnst Hotter,the deceased estateof on the 18th day of April nto
P.A. o. ..A.AAAAAAA.Ai> late of Osceola County. Florida to for approral same and for final
AACThe discharge as Executrix: : of the Ka-
the County Judge of said County at
Sales and Service
tat. of James C. Dibble, also known
his efTIce In the Court House
Fertilizer at PASTRIES IN
Nation's Leading all J C. Dibble deceaxedThin .
Kissimmee. Florida within eight
Phone TI 6.2171 TI 6-7141 14th day of March 1S60.
.18% NORMAL PHOSPHATE calendar months from the date or
KISSIMMEE .AA QUALITY GROUND the first publication of this Notice LILLIE I1HONSO.MExecutrix SPORTS
For Gas Delivery Phone ILL DIRT PHOSPHATE ROCK Each claim or demand must be In : of the Estate or
writing and must state the placeof James C. Dibble! also By Richards
Radio and SALES SERVICE George Strouo TI 68014R. let oar Ranch and Grove residence the claimant and known as J. C. Dibble
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Davis TI 6.6903 Spreader Service apply fertilizer must !>e sworn to bv the claimant Murray deceased\\'. Overstreet. Jr. i Wn it W1NBY

COMPLKTK HOME FtllMSIUAGS! R. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511:; and dolomite limestone. his will agent become or void attorney according or the to name law .Attorney for Executrix: NOSE HIS!

TV Jimmie Jefferies SEE IS NOW FOR This the 29th day of February. Kiivlnimee. Florida
FURNITURE CO. LCOMlMY: I'HICKS: mo. 3/17/Z4/31 4/1
Cloud
PARKS TW 2.2265 (St. )

I Kissimmee St. Cloud For Gas Service, Phone V tF ore FRANCES Executrix; BULKY of the Estate ROOKRS of AOTH'R TO DEFEND
J. B. Rountree TI 6.7574 Ranch and Grove Lawrence W. Rogers, deceased' In the Circuit Court for the
__ Robert Allen TI 6-3084 3/3/10/17/24 Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida.'
TI QIII
7-2685 In and for Osceola County. In
E. L. Dailey 11 6-7873 Spreader Service AOTIfK MFK FICTITIOUS, a.rrl'l..o"ll'f.' Divorce and other
R. II. Hall TW 2-6202 St.Cloud Thacker Are. at Oak St. \AUli .LAW McCoy* Plaintiff
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL VB. Faye Louise McCoy. Defendant
call II. T.
or Simmons Mgr.
KISSIMMEE
I TO ALL WHOM IT Notice to ivefend. The State of
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING TI 6-2761 Dump Trucks For Hire MAY COVCERN..NOTICE : Florida to Faye Louise McCoy: You
Licensed and Bonded M. J. Stanko TI 6.141Corbin FEED STOREPHONE IS HEREBY GIVEN are hereby reuired to serve a cop
that pursuant to the "Fictitious of )"ourn"wer containingour
FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS TI 6-2821 :Name. Statute" Section 8CS.0$ ol defense If any. upon ThacWer amiThacker. rk'UH
the 1941 Florida Statutes the tin.derslgned. : Box 617. Kissimmee Florida i 1t,
who. I Is the only pArty Attorneys for Plaintiff .. .
ELECTRIC"Where & Beiter for the best interested In the hereinafter' named the orlsrlnal thereof in the [ kfi of ,
Sl1rCUlR Stl+ctiifR business enterprise, will present the Clerk of Circuit Court Kissimmee. YOUNGEST JOCKEY TO ,
Complete Automotive proof of publication of this Notice Osecola County "Florida on or
end register with the Clerk of the before the IMh day of April 1SCO RIDE I IN A MAJOR RACE IN
Quality Counts" K+C Repair & Service Pircnit Court of Opceola County. should you fail to do fO, a Decree THE u.s. WAS YEAR: OCD
)
13 MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI 6.2981- 7.2121 c Florida. the fictitious name "Brushn Pro Confesso will. be entered WILLIE DO SE1..WEIGHT50LISt
ROAD SERVICEOpp. wRae Bucket" under which he Is en- against you for the relief prayedIn HARIENT2ACKCNICA60 1897
NIGHT PHONE TI 6-5567 :::, raced in business at 14 Rryan the Complaint Given under my
% Court House TI 6-2334 Street KisHlmmee. Osceola Coun- hand and seal of said court at
ty. Florida. Kissimmee. "Florida on thin ISth Gun Repairingand
Dated at KisMmme. Osceola day of March .\. D.. 1960.OLENN.
Countv Florida this the 4th day RAY Rebluing
of March A. P. 1!lflO. As Clerk of Circuit Court. e Plastic Model
OS CE'OLABLUE /s/ WADE J. RLEVIVS Oxceola County. Florida
Hunting Equipment 3/10/17/24/31 ,("T. CT. SE\L) Kits
Thacker and Thacker ,
Fishing Tackle PRINTING NOTICE r>nPH FICTITIOtH.NAMK .Attorneys for Plaintiff o New and Used

LOANS't. LAW Kissimmee Florida S/17/Z4'31 4/7 Guns and Pistols

Clothing OPEN MON.-FRI. 8:30 A.M. 4 P.M. TO ALL -WTIOM IT Fishing Tackle --
MAY CONCERN: l\ Tin NINTH .It'DICHL
GUNS IITHING Boots and Shoes 7 DARLINGTON AVE. Phone TI 7-2179 TI 6-8934 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN C'IIU'lIT 0. FLORIDA Archery
hat pursuant to the "Fictitious ('lnCTIT (Ol IIT OK OS!'KOI.t
FISHING TACKLE REPAIR INSTALLMENTAUTO !Name Statute. Section 865.09 of T\
the 1941 Florida Statutes the undersigned CHANCERY NO. SS42 RICHARDS'

Your Dollar Buys More At The Army Store THE interested. In who the are hereinafter the only parties named THE CITIZENS STATE BANK: ) SPORT SHOP
The FirstNat'lBank business enterprl will present a Corporation. )
oroof of publication of this Notice P;alntiff.s ) 1417 N. (AIN ST.
ARMY SURPLUS STORE
end register with the Clerk of the s. )
circuit Court of Osceola Countv. T. F. LANIER and ) TI 7-2006 KNsimmee!

903 Alain\ St. Kissimmee TI 6-5551 First Niorni1OF Bonle of el'a Florida Drug the Ptore"fictitious under name which"Wef-the his CONSTANCE wife. LAMER ;

KissimmeeMeaiber -re enarared In business at 13th and
Indiana Streets St. Cloud. Osceola f
Federal n..lt County Florida.
In.nrsBre Corp. Dated at Kissimmee. Osceola
KISSIMMEE Countv. Florida this the 29th day
of Februnrv. A. T>. I960 Putting in a Driveway?
USE THE NEW /pir-HARn H. nrjFTT. JR.
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDAN. TRUCK BODIESBoat // BETTY SUE PAHOETT .
trailers horse trailers 310172431I r.

o'wa4Ii.SELFSERVICE Ray Carroll.. _President Lucile Sqnires.....Asst. Cashier and utility trailers. .T"": COURT. OF THE COI'NTYJIIH.K.

j John. E..,Carroll' _..Executive Emma B. Quirk..Asst.Cashier Built and Repaired COlNTt.. IV AND FLORIDA Foil 0"CEOL.%
Vice President and DIRECTORS

Personal Loan Officer Irlo Bronson N. Ray Carroll I Complete MobileWELDING TV. rF.. : OF
1;. U. S. Chapman..Vice President G. H. Prather Ellis F.Davis SHOP I MKTZfJF.R. n..C"t'a..d.

Florence N. .Story..Vice Pres. U. S.Chapman II.O.Partinu. All work :aarant<
S. Chapman Jr..._...Cashier John E. Carroll tqTRIBITTEFS.: AND ALL PER-
COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY LOU YOUNGWELDING "ov' HAVING! CLAIM! OR r v..
Member\ Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.Each HANDS AGAINST SUn FSTATE
YOU ANn EACH OF YOU
25c Wash lOc Dry Depositor Insured Up To $10,000 Balance. hereby notified and required are to
Old Orlando Livestock
Hwy. near present any claims which you. or
Open 24 Hours 7 Days Kissimmee's Friendly Bank Market- KtlBox258AKissimmee either of >'ou. may have againstthe
Estate of Frank L. Metxger deceased .
Located at Sunrise Shopping; Center next to Winn-Dixie late of Owceola County

PHONE TI 6-7898 Florida to the Countv Judge of"Id
County at his office In t..f'Co".thotl" .
In Kisslmmee.' Florida.
within" eight calendar months from
the date of the first publication of
Permanent Waves . . $6.50 up this Notice. Each claim or demand
ROTH ROCK must be In writing and must state
ExpertTransmission the place of residence of the Haircut Sham Revlon ,54.25 claimant, his
$3.50 agent or attorney or
pOD end Set... Manfcure.._ the same will become void according SEEHarrelson- .
SEPTIC TANK CO. to lAW.
Service This the 5th dAY of March 19(0
GRACE }[. EN'OMRHFxeciitrlx -
$1.00 OFF on any Wave or Set-with this ad! of the Estate' of Steel & Supply Co. Inc.
Open till 9 P. Wednesdays and Fridays Culvert Tile for Driveways Expert Mechanics Murrar Frank\V Oterstreet.L. Metsger.Jr.Deceased ,

Tanks-a size for need. ANDERSON'SGARAGE Attorney for Executrix '
CINDERELLA Septic every Kissimmee Florida Culvert Pipe of AU Sizes -

Cement Work-280 Gallon Grease Traps S/IO/17/24/31 .

BEAUTY STUDIO NOTICE ITMM-'R FtCTITIOt!

3511 S. Orange Blossom Trail-Orlando O GA 2-3801 15 Years Experience.K. PHONE TI 6-3552 TO ALL \VWOAf. NAME IT LAW SOUTH 17-92 Phone TI 7-2441

C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator. I 22 Bermuda Are. MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE IS I HEREBY OTVEN
that pursuant to the "Fictitious
Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co. Name Statute". Section SCS.09 of
.. the 1941 Florida Statutes, the undersigned Gazette Advertising Pays.
who are> the onlY parties .
/ Roof Coating interested In the hereinafter
italitv PHONE TI 6-6671 named business enterprise, will prevent .
Gutters proof of publication of this
Siding
Notice and register with the Clerk
SHOES Itr the Circuit Court of Osceola a
Down Spouts fnunty, Florida the fictitious name LOSE WEIGHT SAFELYjust

famous 1 for fashion and fit North Court" order Bermuda which Avenue they are Trailer engaged -

Financing AvailableNO In business on North Bermuda

BE WISE DOWN PAYMENT County Avenue Florida.Dated .Kissimmee. Osceola | take tiny LOSE! WEIGHT

at Kissimmee. Osceola ''Hungrex tablet beforemeals..andbaniihthose
%i. County Florida this the 4th day THE FIRST DAY
BASS of March. A. n 1cG.
/sLTIYD O: RRm.EYs '[1
ECONOMIZE / / DENTS: BRADLEY I hated extra pounds as Thousands now lose

ROOFING /"/ CSIART.E9 R. IIOKR ,you banish hunger! Why/ weight who never thought
/GEORGIA R. tOKE
.c A :: ; 3/10/17/21/31 Because Hungrex is., T they could...reports
108 S. Bermuda TI 7.2371 '
i Extra Quality Blocks XOTICK OF INTKNTIOT" the most powerful '. remarkable weight lossesof.20..even

TO f"CPo,! APPLirVTIOV reducing aid ever t

I At No Extra Cost FOR FINAL DISCIIAHGB ''releued for public use 41 pounds in a short!'

In the Court of the County Judge without prescription! while., So if you're tired
0 a Osreota" County. FloridaTn
(:4 l TI 6-4021 'RIEDEL.Funeral Re: The Estate of 1 Suppresses hunger pangs ms of halfway measures,
CHARLES r RI'ROETT. deceased.IN ;
and want effective'limits
PROBATE Iso effectively,it actually j really
To Alt Whom It the ability of help in reducing

new :: ra Home Mar Notice Concern. Is :hereby given that I 'your body to produce ...send for Hungrex

have filed my final report as Administrator \ today. Hungrex will simply
fashion ;
hunger
OSCEOLA CEMENT 10 Emmett St. of the Estate ofCharles (gnawing
C. Barrett deceased: thatI -sensations! Result?You amaze you! You'll be
have filed petition for final discharge -
delight INC. and that I will applY to 'don't feel hungry..down slimmer next week or your
PRODUCTS
AMBULANCESERVICE the Honorable 0. P. Johnson Countv 'goes your calorie intake... money back. No
Judge of Osceola County Florida
NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMEE on the first day of }(ay. ISM land down goes your prescription needed.
for approval of same and for finaldischarge ( -
ao Administrator of the weight.
Estate of Charles C. Burgett. de-
teased.
This 10th day of March 1910. KtffHSt JUbckny yln .rl a ..
f TI 6-3201 ARTHUR BURGETT
COMPLETE Administrator of the Estate of ,
Charles C. Burrett deceased
Thaeker and Thacker 'yG
Carl W. Riedel Attorneys for Administrator
KUslmmee. Florid
Aid Serviceand
Hearing R. Coy Conrad Z/lT/U/U 4/1

Hf THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .
Funeral Directors MYTH JUDICIAL ciRCirr : ]The Host JVnoer/ii/Redutixg Aid
IV AID FOB COUNTY OF .
Supplies for all makes & models OSCEOLA '. )Sct'Rttetted for Public Uitt
STATE or FLORIDA
Chancery No. SSIS : e

Factory Trained Consultant available Tuesday in LOIS ALUGOOD. Plaintiff. : e Box of 63 tabletsr,3"
While; .that lovely clean "no-color-.a dramatic foil for y. / $3.00
; ((21 days supply
)
any shade you want to wear. Vitality styles white just Kissimmee and Monday in St. Cloud LEGAL NOTICE 3 B. ALtlGOOD DIVORCE Defendant

right--presents it in dozens of exciting designs based on TfOTtCK TO DEFEND AVAILABLE.
DJ THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
cool flattery and pleasant-feeling fit. Available! in a .wide Evenings Appointment- NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN $5.00 Economy size
AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLX NOW. AT (full
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range of sizes and widths. $1195 to $1455HERZBERG'S Uf 'THE: COURT OF THE COOXTY STATE Of FTORLD- IN CHANCERY : day supply)
: JUDGE; OSCEOLA COCXTY. DIVORCE. LOIS ALLIOOOD.
FLORIDA PLAINTIFF, V8. J. B. .AUJGOOD.DBFKXIJAXT.
PARTIN: JEWELERSKISSIMMEE STATEIF 4RIDA '
THE HUNT BROS '
.. IV RE THE OP FENU
JOHN C RAS>> 6. Deee.sedNOTICB TO J BALUGOOD.. Yoa are hereby .. ;.
TO CREDITORS required to file your n.*er eoa- "
ST. CLOUD talnlns defenses. If a to 114
100 Broadway your y. Broadway Phon 6-2621
TO AIL: CREDiT R.- LEGATB.1 the CbmpUiat Sled agalaet you la
'DISTRIBt1Tl.E.X AND ALL rE R-i the above styled can** la aald








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