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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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Vol.: 66N 23 KIt-Eatvrcd ...01.S:1. :.,.Matter FI.rld. Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, March 31, 1960 FUtaklUhrd... Tilde. J8S4k .-Z32l PRICE TEN- CENTS

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Saboteurs Of Flood :3 DISCHARGED .Holds Junior Candy High Band Sale County Officials



e Control Must Be Held being The sponsored"Really Big"this week candy by sale the Attended

s.R Osceoia Junior High School Band MeetingOn

will give the public an opportunity -
Responsible Miles Y to assist this hard working

1 1f)4 1s ;: group in their one fundraisingdrive Flood Control

Revaluation is important, our<00: for this year.
They are selling the deliciousStuekey's
school needs consideration
system George Gardner 76 The meeting' in Tampa on Saturday .
but the danger from possible Pecan Log Roll, a 1-
pound candy bar, for $1.00. JOINS AIR FORCE for flood control measuresfor
s loading coupled with a hurricane Succumbed TuesdayGeorge I only central Florida was attended
constitutes a really critical problem Palmer Gardner, 76, 'of L. The picture of the band is on the I by County Commissioners' Oren
: gift style box and most of the
for this community and 538 Broadway, Kissimmee, passer I Brown. Eugene Simmons and L.
probably for all of Osceola County away Tuead.}' afternoon after. tune the members will be selling J. Harvey, Major E. J. Smith
members of the Club in their blue and white cowboy I
Rotary several months illness. I Bounty Civil Defense director;
were told at their regular lunch- Mr. Gardner retired from th: uniforms. I Jim Smith for agriculture, Tom
eon Monday. United State Post Office on Jul:; Those who. have not been con- 'wr W. Miller for the Health Department -

Riley S. Miles vice chairmanof 31, 1953 after 40 years with tb 4f acted by a band member by Sat- i ; Clyde Story agent for
the governing board of the Kissimmee Post Office. Upon his irday will have an opportunity the Agriculture Stabilization and

Central and Southern Florida retirement he received a persona x> buy the bars on. Broadway Conservation Committee' and Sen-
Flood Control District, pointed tc tribute from Postmaster General f April 2nd, as that will be the big ator Irlo Bronson.

TTrk the serious effect of 13 inches of Arthur Summerfield for recognition selling day. Colonel II. W. Harkineton conducted .
: .101.1"nut' and r
eon i* Mr. i
This is the Junior High Band'sonly
introduced
rainfall on Shingle Creek and of meritorious accomplishments Mrs. Bud the meeting and
Hill has
recently returned -
:i- declared that this condition may and devotions to duty during from Germany where he : fund raising drive end they Governor LeRoy Collins.

well be chronic and may well get his long service in the de- spent three years with the Uni. are the counting on the appetite' of Governor Collins expressed! the

MRS. JESS WILDER THACKER worse before relief can be' found. partment. ted Stttes Air Force. A graduate public. hope that the meeting would not
The prospect for this community service only ease the immediate eme:-..
(Photo by Cooper) When free delivery was of OsceolaHigh School,
with a full lake and a hur- authorized in Kissimmee on April Mitchell joined the Air Forcein To gency but would help in long
City Be ViewedOn
NEW COMMISSIONERS\ TO TAKE OFFICE ricane season in the offing is I I, 1914, he, along with Sam Lnp- 1956:>> and after a year in range planning to find a permanent
grave he said, adding that "any- fer and George Miller, was hiredto the States was transferred to German NetworkPaul solution to the flood probe

one who attempts to sabotagethis take care of this additional Darnstadt Germany with the Sanborn manager of the lem.
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project will have to bear responsibility 'unction. 6911th Radio Group Mobile Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce, Colonel Tarkincton was appointed
for the lives of our For the next 12 years he rode While in Europe he took ad- said yesterday that two the coordinator for fed
people: for the loss of our power a bicycle nine miles twice a dayas vantage of his leaves and visIted sentatives of the National repre-West eral assistance under Public Law

I : plant, and for disaster to the .delivered mail to the doors Denmark Holland Belgium German TV network were in Kis- David Croxton. son of Mr. and 875.
business life of our community. of residences. In 192G he was France, Austria. Spain simmee this week filming acctivi- Mrs. Gerald Croxton. left March All applications would have tq;
Miles referred to a report on district and Ilaly.Osceola be processed and approved
assigned to the business ties for a 45 minute monthly TV 15th: for Lackland Air Force
4 inculcation of original project which he served until his retire program called "Pictures from Base, Texas herr he has been through the State Civil Defense

works in the upper Kissimmee ment. He became a veritable Key Club the New World". aligned with the United States Office.
lakes area prepared by the engi. landmark as he made his rounds The All expenditures from loans or
will
To Hold Car Wash picture deal with many Air Force. A graduate of Oce-
neering section of the District among the business houses each different aspects of the United Ala High School, David will cash would have to be documented
which he that On Saturday, April :2nd/the! Os- would be subject to
YF says proves correcting day through the years. States, according to Uwe Petersen enter the electronics' field. and accounts
faults in the upper lakes He came to Kissimmee with' his ceola High School Key Gfab, is and Gebhard Rahn, the repre- audit.

area will not aggravate conditions parents the late Mr. and '.M1 !. J. holding a car wash from 9 to sentatives and Kissimmee's phase Footlight Theatre It was explained that Pubi!

in the lower area between M. Gardner, from South Carolina 6 p.m. will include the Partin Ranch, the Law 875 authorizes the Presidentto !
Lake Cypress and Lake Okeecho- in 1892 and married the former Cars may:! be washed at Olin Livestock Market, Tupperwareand i To Hold TryoutsThe direct f deral agencies to pro>*

1 bee."This> Mary Dixon in 1918. ,4 Williams Texaco Service on Broad- aerial shots of' Kissimmmee: Footlight Theatre Guild at vide assistance in major disas

is perhaps astonishing," An ardent sportsman {xeorge way or at Harris' Texaco at the It will be seen by approximately their regular monthly meeting an- tors to:
r. he said "but the engineers have Gardner spent most of his'jspare corner of Main! and Vine Street 22 million viewers. nounced tryouts for a one act a. Make available to state

.. estimated. that installation of canals time; hunting and fishing; his Members of the Key Club will Miss Marianna. Norris, writer play will be held on the evenings :and local governments, equip...

: control structures and locksas favorite hobbies. f wash cars daring that period for for CBS netw tlc, will write the of March 31st and April 1st. Try- ment supples, facilities and per.

needed between East Lake, He WM a member of th# First $1.25, or with white walls 150. script: to be used in the film. outs will begin at 7:30 at the sonnel without compensation.
Lake Tohopekaliga, Lake Hatchi. Methodist Church and tie Kis- Charm Shop, 203 Broadway, and 2. Distribute through the American

ART SCALLI MIKE STANKO ache Lake Cypress and Lake simmee Hunt Club. | are open to the public. National Red Cross or otherwise

(Photos by Skinner) tissimmee would result in a faster Survivors include his wfe, Mrs. Problems Of Aging "The Flattering Word" is a medicine food and. othef

rise but the peak would be Mary Dixon Gardner; ope. sister, satire in one act. Its cast includestwo consumable good,
: : i one foot lower than previous 'Mrs. W. L. Paulk, bOt of lKh- male and three female parts. c. Donate or lend surplus equipment

highs.nThis simmee; one brother, Safc. .Gardner Told that is the flattering or supplies for the immediate
Jess same condition, he assert Gainesville, and several nieces At MeetingDr word; the one compliment that emergency. .
Thjicke/ -., ed, would apply "all the 'way and nephews. Jf { has never failed. Tell any man, Representatives of the various

: '- down. With the engineers' .r- Funeral services willJjlgfheld at l .. George E. Be->uchamp, de- woman. or cMld.that Jheshould. be agencies outlined the. fonowi lt:

) : : port, .he said.be J U enlisting*t Jh e *..o'clock! Thursday fromctKe"'Gria& >>fcJbper of Oriar. jQgigljM.. yJAslmmw chars the. work shop with nfthe.p fa'and yon :find him *"!. Civtf iJefenie!" a.Uted the to
and J*** governments
Cit1 f1rsfMy.oiJess support ,of ,city official;; county font chapel with the"ReVyTleKry >, was f\'eat. sajeaker at fessoryDw .(Iroot..ofRollins, sm quite as sftzeeptiblexastICat'tu{ totatnjp" make state repair of all:
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official, and other local'civjf Guy, minister of the First Methodist the regular rw>tiie'"orthe> Osceoia Cart t i emergency owned anJ
groups throughout the valley. Church, officiating. Inter County Welfare Council and Y; -Rfedel, chairman of The foregoing Quotation de. government property

Wilder Thacker Tuesdaywas his opponents, Jim Clay and Robert I With unanimous backing of citizens I ment will follow in Osceoia Memory Professional Groun Meeting held the group announced that the scibes the central theme of the equipment.2. The American Red Cross assisted

elected Kissimmee's first V. McKissic polled 397 and 224 in the affected area, he said, ; Gardens. Grissom Funeral in St Cloud, Friday at the Park- next regular Council meeting and Professional of the Welfare play. families without reimbursement .
It will be to obtain af- of view Restaurant at noon. The
woman mayor. necessary Home[ is in charge arrange-
votes respectively. Group will be held in Kissimmee
\
Kowboys To Meet
speaker introduced
Mrs. Thacker, whose term as innative action by. the Corps of ments. guest was by 3. The Small Business Admin
These returns do not include IS; Dr; Charles C. Tindall.: at the Tropical Hotel, Friday, i
city commissioner ends next week, U. S. Engineers. April 2. Dr. Charles C. Tindall Arcadia FridayThe istration would assist J>y low interest
won a one-year term by defeatingher absentee ballots, which could haveno "After that, we go to Congressfor Yacht Club Held Dr. Beauchatnp spoke on and Dr. Beachamp will continuea Kissimmee Kowboy. weak long term loans ,to; busi-

opponent, Wilhelmus G. (Bill) effect on either result. authorization and appropriations : "Meetine the Problems of Aeing". discussion on Meeting the through inexoerienc, will be nesses and home owners.
Heeren, by a 822 to 367 vote. There were 1,215 votes cast on then to the Legislature for Club Cruise Sunday He'' pointed out that Florida, at Problems of Aging. Anyone interested looking for their first baseball vic- The meeting. was' 'nt te. concerned

Michael J. (Mike) Stanko wona the voting, machines, the second matching funds." tresent. ranks 14ht among statesin in attending this meet- tory of the season Friday after- with assistance to alleviate
two-year term as city commisf, highest vote in the city's 'election He estimated that to correct The Tohopekaliga Yacht Club the union in pronortion: of ing is welcome to attend. This is noon against a strong Arcadia the immediate hardship of
sinner from group one by defeat. history. Kissimmee's present flood danger held a very successful club cruise copulation over 65. The state a Dutch Treat Luncheon Meeting. team at Arcadia. Although Evansof local government and the peopledue

ing his opponent, W. H. (Bill) The largest vote was cast.n would involve the expenditure of Sunday, starting at Lone Cabbage having. the most population over Orlando defeated the Kowboys to the flood conditions.
65 is
perhaps fen million dollars and Camp on Lake Poinsett and wentto Vermont, with New Hems 11 to 7 last Friday the game was
Morse by a 671 to 491 vote. March 27, 1948 when 1,540 ballots -
shire
In the race for a two-year were cast. because of the steps involved "it Lake Washington Camp near as second. However within FHA Week To Be considered bv many as the beat 4-H Council To
the Melbourne highway. the next ten years, Florida will date. With
will probably be 19C3 before one to errors plaguing
term as city commissioner from The officials will take office wean
new start work." They were the Claude Banks, rank high because the population ):: Observed Here the inexperienced team, time Is Meet\ April 2nd
two, Art Scalli was high in ceremonies at the hall
group city
Puccells, Stricklands, Burgesses is increasing, and the total l Future Homemakers of America needed to work out the difficulties The 4-H County Council meeting
The club agreed to
man. Scalli polled 541 votes while at 8 l 5. study a copy
Tuesday, April
----, p.m. of the engineer's report and con- Smiths, Gavalas, Boyds, Lawrenc number; of population past 65 Week, April 3-9 will be observedby but hopes are high in the for April will be held April
sider a suitable resolution at their es, Ed Banks, Childers, Russos throughout the country will have the Osceola High 1} School chap Kowboys camp that some of these 2. The theme is an April Fool'
next board meeting. Tippies, Rautines and the Anders. doubled. I ter this week with activities be- will be taken care of by the Party and the Council will be the

Ethel Arnold Wins Guests of the club include Al- Governor Collins appointed Dr. ginning Sunday when the FHA Tuesday home game with Fort guests of the Deer Park Club.
Beauchamp to a nine member members will attend the First Meade. The team is hopeful nf a
Scout Fund Included in the will
fred Farr of Westfield, N. Y., Bill Boy program
' Methodist Church fair rated Fort
committee to represent Florida in as a group, at victory over a
Port Ferris of Edmseton N. Y., be a tour of the Morman Church.
Drive Under WayThe petting ready for the White which time the members will do- Meade team.NARCE .
and Colin Gainesville.Bob Members are to meet at the
Gunn of
Sales Person AwardMrs. House Conference. Dr. Beauchamp nate red roses, the FHA flower, to
Cody was introduced as a annual Boy Scout financial is in chartre of the section on the church. To Hold County Agricultural Building at
guest of the club. solicitations began Monday whena housing. Fifteen leading figures The week's activities will Include Luncheon Meeting\ 8 p.m. or at the hih school in
Ethel Arnold, clerk at of the Longbranch Restaurant and President J. W. Harper designated kick-off breakfast was held at throuhout the state also serve on the state convention in Clear- St. Cloud at 8:15.:
Rolls' Market, was named SalesPerson Arthur Thompson of Radio Station Bill Newman as delegateand the Tropical Hotel. the housing committee.At water where FHA officers will be The Kissimmee Chapter of the

of the Month at the Chamber WKBX, were introduced.It AI Cody as alternate delegateto Workers on the drive which the recent National Health elected and the observance of Fam- NARCE will hold a covered dish Burglars Loot
of Commerce Koffee Klub was reported that the mem- the International convention in ily Day when each member will luncheon at 12:30 Saturday April
Wednesday morning. bership to date is 178, with 26 Miami.A runs from March 28th to April Forum meeting held in Miami, attempt to do something constructive 2nd at the Orange Gardens Community Garage Safe

Hosted by Jack Perkins of the new members and 152 renewals. club assembly and board 14th comprise of scout membersand Dr. Beauchamp gave a report. for the family. Red roses will House, 712 George Street. Police Chief Bob Bset said yes.

National Loan and Finance Com- The members of the team which meeting is planned for the homeof fathers and professional men A. work-shop on preparing for also be put on all the trays of The luncheon will preceed a meet- terday that Wednesday or Thursday .
pany, the meeting was conducted is filming activities in Florida for Michael J. Stanko on Tuesday and women of the city. the White House Conference will I the patients in the hospitals, and ing to cover business of importance. of last week, burglars enteredthe
by J. D. Benton vice president German TV viewing, Miss Mari- 5. Monies derived from this driveis be held in Winter Park at Rollins cards will be sent to those persons All retired civil service employees Schmidt Bros. Garage througha
evening, April.
Several new members Charles anna Norris. Uwe Petersen and used to further the fine work College on Saturday May ?th, who have had an extended of the U. S. Governmentare window on the south side of the
Corbin and Major Beiter of Cor- Gephart Ruhn were introduced and I of scouting in this area. Dr. Beauchamp ts jointly in illness urged and invited to be present building broke open a safe and

bin and Beiter Service, H. E. Miss Norris told the group of va- Abstract Office escaped with between $500 and
Thompson of Kissimmee Hardware rious things in the state which $600 in cash, but overlooked $1000in
Inc., Otis Grumpier of the will be filmed for the series. Has Change In HoursThe Farris Bryant Visits checks.

Dutch Boy Paint Store, Dr. C. K. offices of Lawyers Title Kissimmme on Monday\ Chief Best said the manner In
Whatley, Jr., Mrs. Anne BrackettMovie which the safe was opened leads
Seanh. Inc known Farris Bryant, candidate for
formerly as
them to believe it professional
Slick was a
Tyner Osceoia Guaranty and Title Com- governor in the forthcoming Dem-

TEMPERATURES pany, located on West Darlington ocratie primary May 3,. was in job.
Now Avenue has started a new Kissimmee on Monday, at the
DATE It L R Agent
9i;
office schedule.Daniel Tropical Hotel where he met and

Wed. Mar. 23 ._,_ 67 40 .,._ M. Johnston, manager, talked with local citizens on mat-
Thur. lfar: 24 _..__ 78 46 k._ For ValiantWaldron said yesterday that the abstract rl ten of statewide importance. Af- -
the informal gathering at the hotel hop
Fri. Mar. 25 __... 80 54 office will remain open all dayon sy
(:Slick:> ) Tyner operator __ Mr. Bryant toured the business -
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Sat. Mar. 26 .;.._ 18 80 of Motor Company at Thursdays and will be closed section where he met large'
Sun Mar. 27 __ 80 52 ..... Tyner all
1021 Pennsylvania Avenue In St. day on s.tu.rdays.untU. further s numbers of people in the interestof
Mon. Mar. 28 _. 83 54 -_ Cloud announced yesterday that notice. his campaign .
Tuea. %far. 29' ._ 80 G6 __ f
he is now dealer for the Valiant
a new Chrysler Corporation auto Woody Tyner To Play Y l Mrs.\ Carlton Is

mobile. Honored With Tea O
Menu Piano at Jimmie's Bar
Slick says the Valiant is new 1 Mrs. Doyle E. Carlton Jr.,

ARCADE THEATER from the wheels up and is the Woody Tyner veteran Kissim wife of gubernatorial candidate,
Chrysler Corporation's answer to was entertained Tuesday with a
met musician who spent IS years
Tlmr P L 1tat; March Jl. April
less
1 red 2: "Ja"1t.rhe RITPf'r." more mileage and car for with Phil Bergen Musical Bar luncheon and tea at the Tropical
Pun M**. Tao< April 3. 4 and S: Hotel
'Y1n The ReatO- money. in Orlando, has been engaged by
reed. Thera, April 1-': -u.".. "The Valiant is nobody's kid Jimmie's Bar to play piano After arriving by private plane
nrle! Ooddeai." and "The French Mrs. Carlton and Mrs Merle Al-
t.lae." brother Slkk says, and While Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays .. C
it I is plenty roomy for a family for an unlimited britton, who aceomparfed her' ,
CLOUD THEATRE.. ST. CLOUD engage- .r were greeted by Osceoia County
of six, it still gives: from 25 to SO ment.
Frl & April l-J: "Sam. miles per gallon of gas.' The entertainment hours will campaign manager Lee Graves,
**-* and lklflaI-" Mrs. Inn Bronson, and Mrs. Daisy
.3ua. Mon. April.t! J-4; ,*'HrculKISSIMMEE ... He said the.Valiant is available be from 8 to 11:30 pun. and Cow- Mtckler. SEE PAGES
DRIVE-IN in manual or" pushbutton transmission art says that he has purchase Mrs. Brownie Wise, who was

and has been engineeredso a new grand. piano for the occasion. 1 in charge of arrangements, was 4A and SA
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Frl. Sat, "RIg" ->C5reaa"p'j that i it.U not an inch too long assisted by Mr*. trio Bnmson,
Dos b.tilten ."> :
v
Sun : or a pound too heavy.. Plans are also being made to Mrs. Bob For BigEaster
Menh A.rtl U. lIbwa..lntJt.t. READY FOR EASTER.-Kfesimraee's set were well represented at the fashion chow Mrs. Frank Kelley
lw tkr and -at LoutayEiak'" :;; Robe He invites the public to see the construct a musical bar around cored last Wednesday by tie KissimBee younger Highlands Woman's Club. Showing the latest in Easter spon- Best Mrs. Daisy Micklr, Mrs.E. .

"Mme; Wed, Tb ;.- April i.'.t: new model now on display in Ids the Instrument, and this work will finery from Lncile'c aft, left to'right, Connie Berliesky, Joe Johnston. Lynn Jewel, Julie Johnston F. Partin and Mn. Leo Sch ValuesInSSI
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.... -. j t '-' 'O &n.\\.Alice taitither.f arleb Cur- Oscar Moore! Tells Couple Honored On ,i

y :',, ;. 2' ;. ;__ N.: ., zom- Warren' Freeman, Jack Mc- Of 50th Anniversary :
$ Mahon. <
tMlI J t Mr. and Mrs. Guy At Richmond {

With ,Spring In the air our >f Gatesbarg, Illinois were hon I
t : Winter residents are beginningto Comeback Of FernsOscar red: on their golden wedding an-
:5 make their annual trek back I aivenary with a dinner party
b.r.F':4E ..,,e b 1 a tau/a to their northern homes. Amonj. aeid at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
y-. those leaving this week are the .. Moore of Gainesville,who utilized as plant containers and U. S. Ayres on South Clyde Ave
Albert Millings, to Clifton, Illinois is the nephew of Mrs. Ellis F. Da- accessories objects of art that nue. Mrs. L. W. Cole and }Irs.C. .
By BETTY EBY ; the Allen Johnsons, to Marshall vs, has a feature article appear- E. Platt were cohostesses.The .
,a. were drawn from a number of
Y? 9t Wis.; the F. a dells, to ing: in the current April issue of dining room was beautiful
t, o _____. Brasher Falls, New York; the ,1 House Beautiful magazine. In his outstanding sources. All settings ly decorated in gold and white i i
Arthur McGinnes, to Wayne Psi} 'w "Comeback of Ferns" article, were carefully planned so as to with wedding bell, candles and I
On the 'skk list this weekat ores> Mrs. .. Lara Bishop, Baby' the C. C. Bergers to Fremont, I r R Moore tells of the new popularity enhance the unique characteristics flowers to make it a very enjoyable ,
tile Kissimmee Hospital J were Ml lss Freddie Livery, Mrs Sarah Peterson that these plants are finding in of each plant. An Oriental motif
.'
Joyce Crosby, Mrs. Eunice Can- Mrs. 'Leonns Williams, Mrs. Ohio.Mr. : -- : decorating homes today. He points is the keynote in several. party. j
troll, C.'A. Alderman, Mrs. Sandra Laura Spencer, George F. Brooks and Mrs Frank Olin Led out that they were part and parcel Over a period of years, Moore The guest list included Mr. and !
Hull, Mrs Ruby Chitwood, at the Osceola' Hospital, Lucy better Jr. will leave today for of the Victorian era. But when has had published nearly 250 fea- Mrs. W. M. Galbreath, Mr. and I
Wichita, Kansas after the overly-lush decorations of that Mrs. W. R. Hayward, Mr.' and
Mrs. Mary Wienick John Watkins Lanier, George James, Julie Mae spending tures in some 40-odd.,.magazines I tAfrs.
James Crosby, bits Fannie Collins, Florence Kisamore, Phyllis several days here with Ledbet* era were rejected, ferns too were and journals. Among the magazines F. A. Schuldt, L. W. Cole '
Henry, Master Wendell Ketchum Clyturn Mae Keree, Mrs. J. ter's parents Mr. and Mrs. F. O. rejected. in addition to House Beautiful and C. E. Platt. !
Ledbetter Their present comeback is part- to which he ,Mr. and Richmond have
Sr. had Mrs.
Mrs. Hartzell Lucas, Joe Harley, Fuller, Mrs. W. C. Seckman, J. C. .r .C.} N ly due contributed I
to the fact that plant explorers are Field &: Stream, Science friends in Kissimmee
Sprague, Mrs. Carolyn Glass, Poff, John Strickland, Patricia Mr. and Ill$. M L. Sikes and in recent have Popular many as j
i1Y intro-
years
Dalton D. Monthly, Popular Photography have been winter residents
Fennell, they
Mrs. May Hearn, James Vickers Billy AI-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sikes and duced into this from
:Miss Joyce Barber, Jimmie Clem- britton, Mrs. Gisella Liefheit, children country equatorial Popular Mechanics, Country for the past eight years. They 'f
spent Sunday with their jungles some outstandingnew Gentleman, Farm Journal, Foreign were married March 16th 1910
eon and brother, M. L. Sikes Jf. fern species. And moreover Agriculture, Economic Botany I
CALL TI 65661Corsages STOVES REFRIGERATORS at the Seafoam Deluxe Ocean plant breeders in the United States Flower Grower, and Horti at Litchfield. Nebraska. I

Potted Plants. Used Cottages at Daytona Beach. recently have developed new and culture. lie has contributed to. Women's Council I
By wire we serve the world. more interesting varieties from several South American and European
Weddings. Funeral Bouquets. FURNITURESewell Mrs. June Bond is recuperating old sorts. publications, and his work Held MeetingThe ,
ELSIE BAKER Thurmond from surgery at the Orange Memorial Moore's article was illustrated has appeared in eight languages. Women's Council of the

: 1015 W. Church 72 W. Pine Hos'pitaLEllie by the camera of Ezra Stoller, famous He also is a regular contributorof First Christian Church met at the
Florist I
ORLANDO a F New York architectural and feature
material to the New
Hugh Graves visited her home of Mrs. Curtis Sewell with
sister at Miami landscape photographer. The settings York Times. lie is a visitor from I
last
"' week and Mrs. Marie Samuel co-hostess.
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iF************** ; for the illustrations were time to time in the Kissimmee as
also her daughter, Teda Toppino, Mrs. Betty McGowan the I
designed by the "House Beautiful"staff home gave
Mr.
of and Mrs. Ellis F.
and family .at Key West. of interior decorators. They Davis. devotions and an interesting talk

bit and Mrs. Raymond Car on "Church Women and Missions". j

penter of Auburn; New York are l ,) Mmes. Ada Whitesitt, Amelia
: visiting ?t r. and Mrs. John Geh- Keck, Dorothy Burrows and l
I .rlON'T BORROW :: rett. t. Mary Marshall Is Steelman Borden assisted.

The president, Mrs. Samuel
-, '0,. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Johnson presided over the business meeting
-t.!:: and son, Michael, of North Caroline
Feted At Shower at which time it was votedto
: 1v Jw iSPRIA'G
tf' visited friends here Sunday.
TROUBLE send additional funds to the
,
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-: .4 I ASIIIONS-1\Irs.\ Phil Phillips right is shown in one
Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Led- of the many lovely fashions shown by Ingrain's at the Fashion Harrison family.Refreshments .
better, Jr., and' children visited and Fantasy style show sponsored last week by the Kissimmee Mrs. Dan-ell Carte of Penfield were served to'
friends and relatives here recently. Highlands Woman's Club. Mrs. Dick Cazier, left, was the commentator Street honored M. Mmes. W. H. ferry, Eddie Partin,
Miss Marshall
-BORROW, MONEYDon't for the show. (Photo by Skinner) with a bridal shower Mary at her* Skit To Be ShownAt F. M. Uriek. Emerson, Phylar,

Birthday congratulations this home Thursday night. The home1 Woman's Club Garnet Hildebidle, Eugene Simmons
week are being sent to Jo Lamb, Mr. and Mrs.. N. A. Smith, who Bert Frazer has returned after was beautifully decorated with Pat McCall, Vera Miller,
r Boots Cody, Joanne Bass, Jerry have been spending the winter !spending the week end at Miamion gladioli of colors. / An executive meeting of the Zola Nash, Emma Chitwood, Ad-

AND TROUBLE Ivey, Byard Viehman Jr., Jimmy here, with Mrs. Ora Wells, will a business trip. The evening many was spent informally Kissimmee Woman's Club was die Harper and Jennie Phillips,
held Tuesday morning at the ..
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Chapman, Billy 'Stanko, Hugh -
leave Wednesday for their homeat with
t Barrette, Holmes Prather; Sylvia Airman James B. Howard, with games and prizes were home of Mrs. Roy Hansel with
: WILL Clark, Lewis Leer J. C. Tyson, Bowling Green, Ky. Mrs. Wells the 310th TAC Missile Sqdn. in awarded to the winners. After an Mrs. Carl Kenton presiding. Now Clothes
FOLLOW hour of fun Miss Marshall
Edith Koehl Edna Thacker will accompany them for an ex openedher Mrs.
Korea, just passed his six year that Ruth Conard stated that
attractive
Grace Miller Little Sabetto tended visit., many gifts Can Keep Their
= Mary mark with the USAF and has the drama committee will pre
were displayed on table covered
Thacker Bob Childers, a
Peggy ,
sent a skit entitled
Murray Rogers and Jim CrumBest Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McMahon been promoted to Airman First with a white damask cloth which the general meeting Springtime"at to be held Fresh New Loot
believe wishes fo each of Also have returned from a ten day tripon Class. was centered with a parasol decorated
: a word of it folks. you. Tuesday, April 5, at 3 p.m. at
: special congratuiatitft* to ,Mr. which they visited their son Fifty people from Lakeland with white and silver wed Hart Memorial Library. All members
and Mrs. G. A. Richmond who and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy in Kissimmee tour- ding bells and ribbons. SANITONEDRY
spent Monday are urged to attend.
If you're in a ti ghtyo': : awl cum celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary McMahon, Jr., at Grandville, 111. ing Orange Gardens. Members of A delicious dessert course, was Members present were Dimes CLEANING
last week where young LeRoy owns the the Seniors International Florida served to Miss Marshall, the honoree Paul Smith, Conard, Charles
Fos-
an d "OK 1f Ed Pound, Osceola County Tax Gran Drive-In Theatre. The Kis- Chapter 1, they were guests of the Mrs. I. W. Marshall, her tre, Ed Neid, Wes Hewen restores both the look
Conley,
;ferkihs.
, see Collector, attended the tax col- simmee Drive-In Theatre is now Orange Gardens Civic Associationat mother, Mrs. B. G. Grissom, Miss and feel of newness
Lasseter
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Harry Dale, GeorgeMansfield
1 closed for
f after being
re-opened
convention Linda
lector's held last week a luncheon at the community Grissom, Mr. Gury Batten,
If he cant.; get the dough::for'you at the McAllister Hotel. at Miami. the ten days they were away.A building. The group was addressedby Mrs. E. H. McPherson, Mrs. Jim Sippel and, Rufus William Suhl Skinner., William
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'1, note from Ross Myers at B. Cunningham, president of Boling. Mrs. Tom Muskett, Miss .-
'.' ChambeTsburg, Pal:, said they had the Seniors International; Dr. Laura Carte, ],[rs. Jewell Myers, Fashions and ..,
nobody can. .. .. run into snow up there and wished George Beauchamp and James Miss Suzanne Wade, Mrs. Hay .x r
they were back in Kissimmee.Bill MacGowan.Mr. wood Johnson, Miss Sharon Batten Fantasy HeraldsSpringtime ,,
cn; I Mrs. Virginia Rote, Mrs.
and Mrs. John Davis were HereOne
:: N A TJONAL ,6 Jacksonville Mowe on left a business Wednesday trip.for called to Ada, Okla., by the deathof Koryn Gould, Mrs. Duane Watts, of the most entertain ; ,. -
It S a, !f : Mrs.- ,Davis' motherMrs.. Rosa and Mrs. Hinton Bradbury.
to hit /trh
.y. >" ... .. Miss :Marshall programs the Kissimmee ;.
:.ff 4 is the
";)0' ; -_ .Q Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Nills and Gregg, who passed away Friday. bride-elect stage this
year was the.Fash
LOAN & FINANCE COMPANYPIIONE daughters, Nancy and Cindy, and night. of Richard Allen Canada of Or ions and Fantasy" presented '
by ,
Mrs. Delia Nills of Ft. Lauder- lando. The wedding will take the ,
Mrs. William Grigsby will leave members of the Kissimmee
dale were week end guests of the place: Saturday, April 2nd, at the
TI week at Highlands Woman's .
67801 tomorrow to spend a Club.
Sam Lupfers. Mrs. R. E. Nills is St. John's Episcopal Church.
: North Augusta, S. C., visiting her This show, designed primarilyas
** the former Bobbie Lupfer.
it
son, Walter L. Marter and family. a fashion show, featured models

. Broadway at Darlington over McCroryiS&lO: ,Kissimmee Jim McGonigal director of the She will be accompanied by her Tru-Tones To Play and styles from Ingram'Lucite's s,
Hardee Wildcat Band at Wauchu- son-in-law, Robert Eby, who will f Shore's and the Charm
". la}. spent the weekend with his attend the Masters' Golf Tourna- At Youth CenterThe Beauty Salon.Interspersed.
Loans Made In All Nearby Towns FOU.OWTKC-SCA&S.: parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. E.E. Mc ment at Augusta. with the fashions .
TOP ILL U THERE Gonigal.Mr. Tru-Tones of St. Petersburg ,; ;: .
:: .Florida Owned and Florida Operated, TO TALK To YOU & --r. WANTED will return this week to playat were residents amusing skits presented by
. ASOOT AUTO RiPAlIl. and Mrs. Lawrence Alder- the Youth Center Dance, accord of the Highlands, high

Also Four. Convenient. Offices in Cocoa,-Ft. Pierce, Read what Jim has to each ding and Mr. and :Mrs. Hubert 500 Mothers with 500 Daughters ing to Art Dyer youth center di light of which was "Is There A
.. say Alderding and children of .Hastings under 12 years old to receive rector. Doctor In The House" put on by
week in the Gazette about expert .
__. Melbourne and Titusville. automotive senice.at Mich., were guests last week a FREE BIRTHSTONE .This Rock-n-Rol1 combo was an entire male cast.
. of Mrs. Dora Holton on Earnest RING, ATPARTIN here two weeks ago and in answerto i Over |100 was realized from
JIM WRICHT'S Street and A. A. Bowman on JEWELERS many requests, Dyer is the show for the Playground diCJ3-

\\&XXXi>&*Q<><>*& 7 STAND RD SERVICE Mabbette Street. ing them back again.A bring-I' Fund for Highlands chSldren.A .
, new sound system has )j;
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installed at the : A Daylily Circle
center thus giving To You get a new idea of
a much better quality of tone Meet{
to the music of future programs, Tuesday how clean your clothes
whether records or live music. The Daylily Circle of the KiV can be when we dry
This Saturday night's dancing simmee Garden Club will meet dean them the Sanitoneway.
will begin at 8:30 and end at 12. Wednesday, April 6, at 9:90 a.m.
Admission will be 75c per person. with hire E. O. Johnson, 1111 Colors, patterns
West Vine Street. textures regain like-new

RebekaJis To Meet f freshness and clothes are
Rummage and Bake amazingly resistant to

Tuesday Night [ Sale ScheduledThe wrinkles. Try us today.

The final district meeting of Susannah Wesley Circle of

HOUSE SENSE Backwards. the current year of the Rebekahs the First Methodist Church will MORRIS CLEANERS i
Spelled
.. will be held Tuesday, April, at hold a rummage sale on Saturday,
"' ; 8 pan. at the Fraternal Hall. April 2nd, on the lot net to the LOS E. Dakin

JUST DOESN'T MAKE SENSE The use of a second rate .paint All Bebekahs are urged to at- Rachel King Real Estate officeon | KISSIMMEFS FINEST
Broadway.
isn't good horse sense either. : tend. I i i; Phone TI 6-5931

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"Major Cost of a Paint Job is the time required to apply American Home

Group To Meet There seems to be a lot of can
the paint. Why spend valuable time applying a low quality didates rnnnin for office. Most of .
that will mildew doesn't The American Home Divisionof the time rm rnnnin' for life. '
paint probably fade, peel and ? It 0 the Kissimmee Woman's Club It'. a good thing the deadline my is

require any more time to use the best, and the results will will meet Monday, April 4th, at past or else we'd have to ,,wear
8 p.m. at the Hart Memorial Li badges to keep from voting for
be much more gratifying. brary. each other. .

Following the Easter theme a it

PROOF POSITIVE, THAT WHEN YOU USE parade of personal creations in
hats wQl be seen, with prizes "

ROCKCOTE, r a, YOU USE A HIGH. QUALITY 0 awarded to the best in the eyes BANANAS Sk', = '
of the
,GUARANTEED PRODUCT .. judges. : ;
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DISCOUNT THERE'S ANIMPORTANT
; TOMATOES Ib
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;. 'ROCKCOTE SPECTRO-MATIC. .'.'; P FUTURE

.:' : \-EAINT WE MAKE THIS' OFFER :: April 1st to. litfa FOR MEN WHO SIRLOIN STEAK Ib 79C

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ROCKCOTE SPECTROMATIC PAINTS Have Been Awarded "The Good Housekeeping WINGSAS ____

CHUCK<: ROAST Ib 45c
Seal of Approval. _
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THE U.S. AIR! FORCE

And out about your opportunitIes Mil E. (Melwin) Johason !i

as an Aviation Cadet .

Color Headquarters o f Kissimhiee TiMeti.6-8373 Sea your.AIr force GROCERY AN)) MARKET

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Red Cross Aids r The KLuimmet Gazette Thursday, March SI, 1960 Pare 3 People sprat" daily more fir'

Stricken Families f The Holy Land Observes Lent than their is newspapers collected daily$$$.4 from million-all

Governor LeRoy Collins has declared the parking meters in the coun-
the Red Cross as the off!* try.

dal disaster relief agency to assist .ore than 45 million of the 51

the families affected Ly + r r million U. households will receive -
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recent Florida floods. At a meet- byx r a newspaper t:day.
ing in Tampa with representatives ri
of all the counties in the
DRIFTWOODCNOVELTIES
flood the Governor issued
area a .- 4
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proclamation citing the Red! Cross. t.
and calling upon the people of! i ?tfn
Florida to assist the victims of 1
oncreteYARD
the disaster by contributing to 0F
their local Red Cross Chapter. J. ORNAMENTSSpecial

Representatives of the Red Cross .
described the help which will be 1 .
given disaster victims and urged Bird Bath. $3.75

victims to register immediatelywith .......... t Pottery Plantsof
the local Red Cross disaster all kinds.

offices if assistance is needed. J M +Ir r Beautiful MUMS .. $%.00 Pot.
Mrs. Rita Hunt, chairman of q Come in and Browse.
the Osceola County Chapter said U ..L: Ids
"In addition to assistance ;. As the ceremonies of Cecil Spencer'sGift
emergency 'z Holy Week come to a climax, on Good
already provided victims ?riday willing hands bear the cross that weighed so heavily Shop &
throughout the flood area the The Important Christian observance of Lent and Easter ,. 'ifii. : .' .:.. >n the divine shoulder as Jesus bore the symbol of His martyr
Is of particular significance In the Arab world. On this ;?iW /1'. lorn Nue.'e.r
Red Cross will stand by these very -- through the streets of Old Jerusalem, now in Jordan.
families until the water has receded ground where the magnificent drama of Christ's life actually ;I'j( : r Retracing the way of the cross, worshipers follow the way led Next to New Motel
and help them to get backon was played, devout Christians Initiate the observance of Holy .; > /: z. by Christ to salvation for nunlr"4V '
their feet." Week on Palm Sunday as they participate in the solemn Procession ., : .... Hwy. 441 St. Cloud
of Palms which begins at the top of the Mount of Olives. ,). ""-"
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Collins pointed out that everyonecan ,,"
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help the Red Cross in its job .' )., ,-.; PASTIMES IN
of assisting families. Mrs. Hunt "After the Lord had risen from supper lIe poured water "' ,'. .,_..
added that the chapter is now i Into a basin and began to wash the feet of the disciples, to whom SPORTSBy
conducting an appeal for funds He gave this example." (John, 13:4.: 5;15.) This sacred ceremonyof ; ;!-, Richards
and urged every person to con the Washing of the Feet, symbolic of Christ's humility at the .x". ;: ; ':
tribute generously. Last Supper Is performed on Maundy Thursday in Jerusalem, t;
and in Christian churches AND SEND
throughout the world., .
Contributionsshould be sent to IT COLLECT
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American Red Cross P.O. Box 74y

TOG, Kissimmee Fla. Sx
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wlxh to thank our friend( Orange Gardens .
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and neighbor and the GrUBoma JottingsBy e
for their klndnexs at the deathof
my husband. s s

MRS. ROT NICELY + 4Y ANNA J. REYNOLDS
AND SON

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WANTED f t OIw L.SOIUVAN ONCE

500 Mothers with 500 D I Although Theodore Rooseveltwill will destroy America are pros er- ::R EASILY WIRED IN Ml TOE! WIFE 97ROUND'WON
ters under 12 years old to USh.1 I be best remembered as being ity-at-any-price safety first-first >
ceire a FREE. BIRTHSTONERING t !I a leader of the famed Rough Riders instead of duty-first the love of
ATPARTIN he was not a person to pull soft living ana tl.e get-rich-quick ... 0 Gun Repairingand
JEWELERS any punches in his fight against theory of life." :> b Rebluing

corrupt practices by politicians Regardless of the fact that jWMW __ 9 Plastic Model>>
or other persons in high places, times have greatly changed since -:.. Kits
regardless of the personalities in- Theodore Roosevelt's time, it is .
r- volved. Many of his ideas and safe that if he were living today ,, New and Used
YOU principles could well be put into he would make the same unqualified > Guns and Pistols
use at the present time. One of statement regardless of the : Little League
> HELP During this season many Christians prayerfully watch for
these statements of principles .
threat of Iron Curtain .
b RED CROSS the gift of the Holy Fire at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.For which could well be given seri philosophyand "-.. EquipmentRICHARDS9
each year on Saturday of Holy Week the faithful participateIn ous thought at the present timeis practices.
TEACH the Ceremony of Light when the Orthodox Patriarch enters as follows: "The things that '-
FIRST the Tomb of Christ, and a fire Is passed from Heaven lighting Some 50 members of the Lake- : SPORT SHOP
AID his torch thus symbolizing the victory of the Cross. land chapter of the national organization ."',' :
1417 N. MAIN ST.
were formally executed for road of Senior Citizens of -
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construction 'totalling $6,244,022 America made a tour of Orange : '::.. ,
William B. Killian. chairman of
Over $205 Million Being while work and
completed accepted Gardens Monday. After a picnic
On Road ProjectsOver the State Road :Board. Jby the Department in the lunch in the Orange Gardens Com- CHAMP JUMPER-Buster MacCalla World Jumping Champion
Spent 'In addition to the $205,511,918in period amounted to 5779215. munity Building they visited the tnnes up for the 14th Annual Water Ski Championship to be heldat

$205 million in road and projects already under construction J. Rolfe Davis of Orlando, Road model home and other points of picture Cypress, MacCalla Gardens is April looking 9th and straight 10th.forward Just as to he appears another in great the
Chairman Board Member for District Five interest in the Gardens.:
Killian saidthat year.
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bridge construction projects were :
I i reported that construction'under Miss Florence Curtis of Port
under way in Florida during Feb- bids were received fcr $l4- 59 contracts in the 12 counties Chester, N. Y., is currently .visit- *, *

I BY GIVING TO YOUR "iuary: according to a'monthlyprogress lQl.Ulln. .,new:..:.construction! ,,' ".,comprising this district accountedfor ing Mr.' and Mrs. Charles E. Ten- ... .; ,
LOCAL CHAPTER ; :report issued today by During' the month, ""contracts $38, OGeO'of the state'total. ker of 1701 Janet Street.
Mrs. Harry Englander entertained -
a group of friends and I II
neighbors at a fashionjewelryshow II

last week. __ I
Mrs. June Bond is a patient at ..c e
Orange Memorial Hospital. r.
J Mrs. William Williams of 1623 : Box Office Opens 2:15 p.m.
High Rent 1-/T'1. Catherine SL, is a patient at Kis- ar Saturdays and Sundays

; ;",< : simmee Hospital. It is hoped that THUR. FRI. SAT.
.., .. j she and others in local and out-of.
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1.' \ town hospitals will have a rapid March 31 April 2

h YOU recovery and return to their homesin ...,., ,.. _#lfttIBl1"VW
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aye
I the Gardens at an early date.
: .. vo sit Mr. and Mrs. James II. Eckertof !; mM r
".-. \ .' ,' : .1t Schenectady stopped by to Wl1dltlra 2 rrd 8' ;...
;' visit friends in the Gardens while c I[_ wi. .
GtW .. :.--.-: !:.""" touring the various points of in- .4 i ..
terest in Florida.
For S95 Down Miss Dorothy Queen entertained SUN. MON. TUE.

!M ; her sister and brother-in-law, April 3-4-5
c Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Church
who left last week for their homein "On The Beach"
'ID1@( and $56 Monthly ; Bradenton after a short visit
Starring
@ : here on their way from Long -
Branch, N. J. She also entertainedher GREGORY PECK
brother and sister-in-law Dr. AVA GARDNER
d e YOU can have this' and Mrs. A. J. Queen who returned rM ..

: to Westwood, N. J. after a :; Jf ). WED. THUR.
short visit here. k S ..,- u.x ,
'@ .u Mrs. Howard Williams from r---' a'.aREALTOR April 6-7 .

@ practical 2-BR CBSbuilt East Longmeadow, Mass, visited WEEK-A proclamation honoring Realtor Week is "The French
Mr. and pfrs. Erford Woods several signed by Florida's Governor LeRoy Collins. Watching is JamesH.
0 days last week. Mrs.Williamswas Adkinson. Pensacola president of the Florda Association of Line"
@ 'W pleasantly Impressed with Realtors. The nation-wide cekbraton April 3.9 honors Realtors
@ Central Florida. and the roles the yplay in their communities In Florida 8.000 Alsrf
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This neurotic know whata Realtors and their Associates will observe the week in the 69
-you communties with local Boards of Realtors. "Realtors are pledgedto "Liane
neurotic
is-that.s
TTT17 a person who
conduct all transactions in accordance wth a strict code of ,
; t' if you ask him how he feels, he ethics based on the Golden Rare," the Governor's proclamationreads.
". tells you-well, this neurotic rushes Jungle Goddess"Vote
1 { R 8l. into
l a psychiatrist's office one
afternoon.. He jumps on the couch -- ........
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and falls sound asleep. Presentlythe
psychiatrist shakes him awake 1
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and asks "What's your problem?" Cfi

Compare what you get! The haven't neurotic got a quickly room." answers "I For

J Definition of a teenager a
FIRRED WALLS CUSTOM CABINETS young; girl who walks around the
30-GAL. WATER HEATER COMPLETE : I s. house with a telephone growingout

BATH BRICK.PLANTER ORNAMENTAL of her ear. EUGENE SIMMONS -
IRON COLUMNS 15-YR. ROOF There was a fellow who just
got out of the hospital. He reportshe
CHOICE OF COLORS FOR PAINT, FLOOR
AND WALL TILES. 3" >f got more than 500 getwellcards FOR
from the Blue Cross alone:
It's wise to buy) now..indications are that building .
costs are going up mortgage money is get I I on I lot 1-
ting tighter. But, now you can own your own your \1/ County CommissionerDISTRICT
home on your lot for less than the cost of rent-
ing comparable quarters. Investigate and you'll
Invest in one of these sensible homes. total I
: $5995 price 3 .
Y.;-." No payment ueuntil '


; 90 days after Contract dosing Costs,
J- :
,! Title Fees, Y Eugene Simmons, local.citrus grower: is seeking: his second term as
AND It's All Yours after 15 Appraisal Fees, '
yearsYou
., N 0 Service Charges, County Commissioner from District 3. -
., 4you
;' get health accident, .
BONUS life, fire and extended cover Attorney. Fees The son of Mrs. Daisy P. Simmons and the late Will Simmons, he was

years.age insurance free for five Survey Fee born and educated in Osceola County.


Let Us Show You These Homes No Obligations St400LD S&; Married\ to the former Miss Mary\ Chitwood they have four children:
THe nzDUS I MU&IHt
\ CAJCTO M& Linda 16, Howard 10, Billy 6, and Becfcy 15 months.

Don'tVait See Us NOW' >, FOR RUHRJH6 AID. Simmons is an active member of the First Christian Church, servingas

Jim Wright'sStaHard a deacon, vice-chairman of the church board and member of the
Contact, ED BUCK TI 6-5341 or write l Bex fjl.Kissimmee ; ServiceMain Board of Christian Education. a

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Pate l fifie,t fif.GUft ; Thundaj;-Mrrth 31;' ;etf -.- ...----- -4. ,- downtown. Let her fix you a nice lunch and you'll have extra time
\ t. t\\5 ,shop. iNGRAM's have a special on Hanes seamless hose for
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iraly $L25 a- pair. A special shipment of Easter hats has just arrived! Hospital Auxiliary

pRID THE K- \L *" ** k KISSIMMEE STATIONERS has a most unusual gift for your
% d KISsn GAZETTE It:wds like he pld l days,Tuesday when some I,2i5 persons EaSter gifting. It is a beautifully bound loose leaf telephone address
cast 4 ballot in the city election. book. It Is reduced during this sale from $2.95 to only $2.25. They
Jd. t'MT lfevnaN
Vas in have a big selection of Bibles and Easter Cards by Gibson. FRAZER'S Makes DonationThe
.' This } the second:largest vote ever cast the city'sballoting Big
RESTAURANT offers an Easter Shopper's Special Lunch for
you
a 24-21 Stewirt Aver b tory. The highest was a hot city commission
y Telepine-Tllden only '75c, dinners from $1.35, special salads $1.25. You will enjoy Fraz-
0(+ 1960'Q o 6-2221 race back: jn March, 1948 when_ 1,540 personS voted in a cr's atmosphere and food at the Tropical Hotel. St Cloud Hospital Auxiliary the Presbyterian Church annex.

Entered 8 icon Urals rs.ilfi' municipal 1 election. PERSONS INC. has "Look-a-Lake Mother and Daughter Dresses" presented $1,000 to the Hos- An announcement was made of
r1oN in the Post a* 4e.1 e ,atKlrilmme .- The 1215; ballots] that wire cast Tuesday were approximately by Cinderella so you can get all dressed up for Easter. Oh my, fital Foundation at the annual the Home Talent Show to bgiven

60 percent of the registered voters in Kissimmee- someone swore at our weather but because of our wet and cold meeting held on Friday. This tor; at the Community Houseon

Published Thursdays at Kfestamee,' FlonatI.ro there,,are' some 2,000 persons' registered and eligible to vote. spell Persons have more than usual supply of spring dresses. All gether with $300 previously presented Tuesday April 5 ft 7:30 p.m.

This is indeed a contras| to the 300 and 400 votes that are nationally advertised and some are drip dry. ELEANOR'S brought to $1300 the total. to which everyone is invited.
SCHUHAKER BEAUTY SHOP, upstairs over Persons store offers complete beauty amount donated by the auxiliary.
Editor add Manager 1 Save jieen cast in recent years. care with Eleanor Humphrey and Helen Lee Farmer to serve you. small

And Jt was good to see the dignified, clean competition WAGNER'S UPHOLSTERY does custom upholstering and automobile When asked ladies managed how the to do+; April i Fool Fashion
offered-by, back of the candidates. This is the type of action trimming. If you want to get your car or furniture in good shape forth group of
ON RATES ... Ira1
Show
SUBScRI rd them. RED CROSS GRAY LADIES will meet at nate this large amount, Mrs. In St. CloudThe
summer, see
that made America
Sir months, $150; one"year, $4.00; two fear*; 17.00 great.
Malyon, first vice president, ex-
Dr. John Rao's office at 9 a-m. on April 5th. If you would like to St. Cloud Woman's Club
We. offer our sincerest congratulations to the winners sign up for the course, your attendance is invited at this meeting. plained the various money-making will present an April Fool Fash-
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x -and the J losers-f or'putting up d good show. Mrs. Donald Norton is the Gray Lady chairman and her phone numberis activities. ion Show at the clubhouse on Friday

TI 6-6999. "We started with 18 members' April 1 at 7:30 p.m.

and no cash" Mrs. Malyon said Mrs. Clarence Bunchy, chairmanof
.. the and means committee
"Now we have 74 members and ways
6b have earned $1300. We started announced that refreshments will
tllttJ
: tedtch donations be served prior td the show, which
out a year ago by collecting *
will start at 8 pan.; Door prizes
y and selling address labels.
will be given.
ki44iInmee Last April: we sponsored a kitchen *
band and bake sale. In Mayit Stores participating in the
event include Baker's Department
was a bake sale and the rodeoat
Store, Hensel's S and 10, Mar-Mil
iki4'S T-Bar Ranch. We rested duringthe
,-,;; The Little People, and Pain's Shoe
Mrs. Michael Quattry, stationed with her husbanl at WebS Mi 1 L ', If'W summer months. Then in October Store. Mrs. Edith Elliott will mod
Force Base in Big Springs, Texas, sends us an advertisement which r. we had a food sale. In Noj : el the frock that was made for
appeared w the Big Springs Daily Herald.. The advertisement (undoubtedly .::- By RITA BUNT a i vember, a tea with Iva Newhardas I the Vogue Sewing contest, and
written by uninformed sources) states in part as follows: hostess. In December the rodeo whch she entered in the district
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"If we made Gladiola Flour for Kissimmee, FJj.} .. we could get by t and a Tupperware party. In show. A mystery model will appear
with lower q\ aUty. .but we make it for you. The women-folk InKissimmer' EASTER SPECIALS GALo E is the theme 6f"he Kissimmee January we gave a spaghetti dinner and afford a happy surprise for
Fla: ,just! cari't bah biscuits cakes and pies like ours. merchants this week and next when you will see them offer the bigOt -f and rummage sale. In February everyone. The public is invited to
have Glacliola Flour." This was obviously written by some. $ array, of ,Easter,bargains in, history. They have filled two solid Grace Smith and Ruby Boos ,attend.
one who had never tasted the delicious cakes avid,pies baked in Kissira-! pages in this issue of The Gazette to tell you about the terrific !sales, conducted a quilt project, and si.
mee, and maybe the reason they are .so good is probably the fact that they are having. No need for YcN to go out of town to shop because crochet bedspread donated by Mrs. New Antacid Helps
the housewives of KisSJmmee{ } do not use the :above. flour, which will our prices here have all others t beat.> If a single issue of this paper Edward Norman Mrs.
now remain nameless to protect the name6f ,the fine flours in this gets into nearby communities, we-ire liable to have a big stampede 6foirtof was won by CalmStomach
Harold
Gnostic"In
area. Wi would like to thank Mn:<. Quattry for bringing this miscarriage town. shoppers for the event that lasts from April 1st through X }a. Nerves
of pastry analysis to ottr attention. 16th..: March a bakeless bake sale
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and drawing of jewelry whichwas
stomach
JI.: Jf..th" iI- '.BRUCE} PARTIN Is real ..he's stark raving mad... by n.utaazirg.auss formula
Jf..I fire : 3uringelection gone. gone ; donated by Adolph Katz, adds! with unique
station
Bill Skinner' and were John vii gn Bronson$ e city Tuesday commissioner he Is( going to give ,away 500 rings to 500 little girls under 12 years HAMILTON FUNDS, INC OPENS OFFICE-Bea Scaggs, 421 president of Coro: Jewelry Co., Jumpy stomaca Chancesare
) ; iofmer
and we ran upon i bid who come to the store accompanied by their mothers. Yup! Emmett Street was appointed manager of the Kissimmee area for Its caused by stomach
at al brought in a good One pieceof
concession stand the >iunicp) Zoo. sum.
who nbw operates a < they're. all for free too..no strings attached. Hamilton at a regional sales meeting held in Winter Park last month. nerves Irritated by excess
John said he wil sorry that 1.didn't runfor, county,commissioner, The new office pictured above will open tomorrow at 19 North Clyde the jewelry 111:5 won by Ther- acids.Amitone goes to work
because he wanted to run one of bi4 chimpanzees against.me. ESPER,PRODUCTS, better known as the Jelly Factory, his all Ave. _Bea Scaggs was born in West Virginia and came to Kissimmee: est Budinger, and the other two In seconds. Relief lasts
John said it was too late td 4o anything 'about it {his election, I tne. makip's\ of a do-it-yourself Easter Basket. There is a big assortment with his wife, Myrtice, in 1940. He served with the U. S. Air Force out of town guests." Jlr Malyon longer. 21 tablets 49*. TryIt
but he was grooming his seven chfmps fori county commission posts of'baskets, miniature jab of jellies gifts and fillins' for your and retired last month after 20 years of service. Hamilton Funds, Inc., added that new members are always today.
in 1962. : Easter Basket' and they will mail gifts anywhere for you. is registered as a diversified open-end investment company under the welcomed.At .
"They are intelligent enough> John,surmised, '"They see that Federal Investment Company Act of 1940. This remodeled building the Amlion
high water coming across the seawall down at the lakefront and M"AK-io BEAUTY. SALON, owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. contains a classroom seating capacity up to 30 persons for weekly staff meeting plans were
realize we need flood control bad.** Steve', Piiiker-is ready for the Easter hairdo rush. Steve says "It meetings and a private office. It is a very modern and well arranged made for the next meeting on HUNT BROS.
Jf. costs so little, to look so nic ." building. Pictured left to right in the above photo are: Viv Michalak, Friday, April 1 at 1:30 p.m. at 114 Broadway
representative in the Sky Lake area; Bea Scaggs, manager of Hamilton .
Speaking of county commissioners, when? unt7'.IOmmlssloner KJSSlMSfEE i AUTO EXCHANGE,suggests that you get a new Funds, Inc. in the Kissimmee area; Bill Haselden and Arthur Ray .
Jack Robertson went to the dog track this week' down.at' Miami, i Renault for faster. If you get the one with the open top you can Thompson, Kissimmee representatives. Glenn Bozeman, Haines City

pickpocket clipped him: for a wallet containing .$256.: : show off'your new Easter bonnet right through the open roof. and Leif Jensen, Lake Wales, were not present when the photo was
And when Jack and three more cf ,the: I local-delegates t went to, a 1 taken. -The 1 firm started here a year ago and in the first nine months MY SINCERE THANKS ,
hai Beach Suits
Palm
SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR a big selection of wrote in investments in the Kissimmee "
they up $150,000 area. Duringthe
night club seeking solace for his loss, they<,Were clipped again. Fourdrinks
? that are so comfortable this time of year and they are offering themat first three months of 1960 they have written up $67,700' in this
and the tab was $22.
Things are rough all over. f j..., t o, .,... "_: special f prices. area.- (Photo by. Pete Hunt)

; T1E CHARM BEAUTY SHOP has a special on budget permanents < r To the folks i who supported. me i in Tuesda Y'9
I' from $5.95 up and their regular $20 Realistic Permanent Is '
Speaking election. -
Editorially f; ;'. .... 't only $12.50,through April 16th. : ,.,, :

EWE HUGH'S FLORIST wants everyone to enjoy Easter Lilies, r tt

i : i& y6fo are encouraged to order early. The potted lilies ire on sale at
S U l ReipOhsihllity, only $5 and $6. irk x ,
ttg, ; .
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t And good wishes to niy opponent, who ran
DAIRY 11 to 10 p.m. two miles i ,
? .QUEEN; is now open a.m. daily, t > '

itiley files, mSyot oi tCissimmee and" vice-chairman: of north on'17-92. Drive in for a cool treat. good, clean race.. "

the Central and South Florida Flood Control1 .DiAtrict told MARY CARTER PAINT ST6RE" as usual has some fine bargainsin lfAr iA.td! etlr5tlt rtl rrattlr mtltF Jit4 _; f : .. .-,
the Rotary Club Monday at noon that: "anyone who attempts the paint line. C. A. (Carp) Carpenter and his assistant, Fred '.
to sabotage this? project (I local l ,and Jminedfate'; fl6o8 J Colby will Be" glad f.S discuss Jour painting needs with you. They havea
control measures) will have to bear the responsibilities for large stock to choose from arid# Mary Carter Paints are well and W. H. (Bill) MorseNOTICE

the lives.of our people, for the loss of our pow'er plant, and favorably known all over the world. '

for disaster of {the business' life of our community." WYSONG'S TV SERVI E is offering during this sale an, Ebb

reduction on a fine Stero-phonic Set in a beautiful walnut cabinet. It
In these few words, Miles put the meat on the table. Is on sale for the low price of $299.95 AH the makes of, TV are

serviced by Wysongs TV.; MAX NORRIS of Norm Cleaners, your N<>O'
What he said, in essence, was: If the elected,officials, "
Sanitone dry cleaner, urges you to bring in your cleaning early so '
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whose responsibility it is, < not get behind) this jlood pori- < :
dq j that he, can get your wardrobe all freshened up for Easter. ELSIE la Jt.v < 5- S S
trol project and push it through as swifty as possibles then BAKER FLORIST suggests that you order Your Easter flowers now., SNYDER'S DUTCH KITCHEN OPENS-Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
they will have to answer tb the survivorS when disaster It isn't a bit too early. Elsie is a member of the Florists Telegraph Snyder, shown in the above photo, opened the Dutch Kitchen, formerly -
Delivery Service. BENTON'S JEWELRY reminds us to watch for known as Mrs. Newman's restaurant. It is located on U. S. 441
strikes.We their,Grand Opening soon in The Gazette. They expect to. hold it oh half way between Kissimmee and St. Cloud. Specialities are home Until further notice the
agree wholeheartedly.If the 19th oz April and they will have loads of specials for yon cooked meals, full course dinners Qr special platters, homemade soups ,
then. Their new store is located at 109 Broadwav. and pies, seafoods, turkey, steaks, roasts, sandwiches and salads. Prices
one segment of the county's economy feels that it can will suit everyone. The restaurant is open weekdays from '7 a.m. to ABSTRACT OFFICE

not operate without control of local government, then it will At AND PETE HUNT say, "We're loaded, with Easter buys of 8:30 p.m. and on Sundays 11 a.m.. to 8:30 p.m. (Photo by Cooper) S

have to assume responsibility of the interest of the rest course." Lots of cuddly toys Easter baskets, cards, candy and then :

of the community whether it wants to or mot! they remind you that you will be wanting to take pictures this Easter.
6.10 West Darlingtonn Avenue will remain
Better stock up now on cameras,Simi flash bulbs and then bring your open
boils down to which i$ impor-
The issue obviously more
tant-pastures or people and the answer will be forth films to Hunt Bros, for fast arid fine developing.. JIMMIE'S BAR MY SINCERE THANKS- all day oil> Thursdays and will I be closed all day
now Js filled with musiceach Thursday, Friday and Saturday night as
coming when the issues are laid before the elected 1 officials that popular pianist Woody Tynef takes over the keyboard at the new Saturdays.

shortly. grand piano, 8 to 11:30: p.m.

They will be in a position to answer the question, and MAKiNSON HARDWARE offers To the Voters of Kissimmee who Tuesday DANIEL M. JOHNSTON
since the answer is one of life and death It Is rather impor- a $4.00 savings on JJirro-Matic
fry during this sale They will sell for only 115.95. They are Kissim- Manager
tant that they give consideration to .which path to pans extended to me the honor of becoming .
grave completely submergible 11% inches' in diameter and have a removable .
heat control 1 plug that can be used on other Mirro-Matie: heat controlled mee's first'lady iviayor. < -- ...,. .
follow.Ignorance of the law is.no alibi. and ignorance obi the appliances. NADINE'S .BEAUTY SHOP is giving a $2.50 ,

part of any official to any problem: fa'dng :& community; can reduction On all permanents until Easter. YAWN'S MARKET is '

not be construed as an out. introducing the new instant Ivory Flakes so fine, so fast and so mild.
It would seem, then that thfe powers that be would\ give One regular size. box can be purchased for only 15c with, each $5.00grocery I will always strive td plac this 1 trust fore

much study to the suggested flood ,cofitrol, pcslin) bfol'e order. They are open until 9 each night including: Sundays., most in endeavors. '

condemning it, thus following what. is their normal standard ESROH JESNES is what ,yo* have when you take advantage of my :

procedure. '. i' Wade scoffer in his ad elsewhere |in The Gazette. Wade is giving Wv
20% discount on the famous Rockcote Spectromatic paint at the rs
Brush Nt' Bp'cket Paint Shop from now until Easter. There are 1200 ,- : suggests:
colors to chiose ifottL Wade's ad is so big it wouldn't fit on the S JESS WILDER tRACKER

Why April Fools'DaVhile ? Easter Specials page so if you* look for the crazy spelling you'll find it. l

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PHli/ & N E2 DRIVE-IN izrf ites you to stop by for a meal or a' "TAKE

snack and! enjoy their drive-in serIc. Chicken-In- -box, shrimp, ham. I { I.Y.J MO.YP.V.PM/lW1.lll1U'.U'M1 l.n.llli.lLl n.llJl.w 1.1L'1--.1 iW>
\ the Practical Joker t is still ,abroad in the land burgers and various ice cream treats are available.

April 1 is a less trying time for the Unwary than it formerlywas. CENTEU! YOU ALL COME!
MARINE the
HARRIS
To be sure, ardent love l letters still mislead the }lovelorn l : showing 1960 Scott outboara : : IT
motors up to 60 hp. Boating time is here .take advantage of the !
paper streamers pinned to ,the coat tails-of) .pompous citizens Specials being offered at Harris Marine. THE KISSIMMEB GARDEN CLUB

still afford merriment td those with. leisure to play tricks, Presents
but most of the danger is now gone. I. :JAMES UPHOLSTERY) next loon to The Gazette office is nowearryfhg ""Whether A& "'!
Weather"Annual
Who was the first victim of an Apri Fboil's Joke?. The a few pieces of used fuVniture. In addition to fine upholster. The k
< ,
ing lames does automobile trimining. .Your spring cleaning will be
has been aiiswered.Theo of All Foo1'sDay
questIon never gin complete when have old furniture recovered. Flower Show
yon your -
is shrouded iri mystery. One speculator on the dj'origin ..

goes back to Noah and( the Ark and claims it arose KISSIMMEE. SHOE CENTER has a wide selection of beautiful "Whether the weather be cold,- r ..aDd that

from the mistake of Noah sending the dove out of the Ark new Easter shoes in all styles. .See their special on page 4A and 5\ .or whether the weather be hot,
before the water had gone 8o vn. '" FLORIDA TELEPHONE CORPORATION stys tha't there 15 iio Better We'll weather the weather- exactly what ,.oa11!!
gift for Utter than an extension telephone. Order tours today. whatever the weather
The French ha relong had their-kj* Pool whom tfiey
be pair
Whether like it not." I i loin g la a of these casosf -
call 'Poisson d'Avril" It m" nS a .y&1ihf'1i 1 the'refore ii LUCILEs t"as cute i outfits fir both' boys ins girl/and Easter is we or :. '
fish easily caught. So wttti !this in mind temember a quota- in fun swing in the store with suits, dresses, sport coats find all the American Legion Home on Lakeshore/Drive oxfords. Tawny i deer ckiaIrveV

tation which appeared in Poor Robin's Almanack:: licee31 ries :for'youngsters. 1 a tentfe 1 feel, there's :

The first day bf ApftI some 3o say, FREE .SAWDUST is yours for'the (along-a bagful 6r a trnck1- Saturday and Sunday, Apr. 2-3 :. scarcely any weight, your footrests .

Is set apart: as Al\\ Fools' hay load. Just drive up to Carroll Street on the Orange Blossonj: Trail 2:00.P. M. to 6:00: P. M. 1

But why the people call it so. north,of town and help yourself. ,Bring TOur tubs, sacks,pans, etc. and .n on an J insole that's pillow-

Nor I,,nor they,tt\ems\ tve d ,knowl I L- ,t .,.,. 1 pad u ,:but please rush fot! Eddie demons If clearing the way ,. r soft The leather sole fires arefaiin'r
for (hi nfeur Tropical; l Parkubdivision And his offer is good through
April 16th.): His phone number is TI 72013. See ad bra classified par I S seep too! ;
t. <*. I I.GOOLD'S Gratitude
KISSIMMEE / of
DRIVEINFRiDAt kWT DEPT, STORE ifs lots of beautiful Easter shoes m An Expression 1 Available in B, C, and D widths.

SATURDAY AIL.j{ 2 afock'.anJ they: are selling boy's wash n* Wear shirts with dual cuffs for Bice 6' td 12.
"BIG CIRCUS" r Only '$l.3$ during this Easter Sale. .LOU TARCAI at ,the Feed ant May I extend my sin rarest vide 6f appreciation -

F rmupplyhas a sale on thoi beautiful roll-on gardens, 15.: ft fdr And at an easj-to-Uke price
..., ,'."DOC'S. BEST to the citizens who selected me as a City.
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k t taaaa" SSc. This.b1: III the work out of planting He has otb/r special! f '
SUNDAY MONDAY ., APRILMSUBWAT .f that; you cai: find on pa e* 4A 4nd .:;A bf this issue. BROADWAHAlM.ACY Commissioner i in tiiesday's election.' ti too. ONLY

IN THS: SKD1 : says there is one third more in the new OgiMe spray set I $12.95
'' ..for only $L35 'on sale now at your Walgreen Agency. -*;:' I will do my utmost to always put this trust
'1t"JQYlS.,. ,ROJIldm __ .:. I ,
TUBS; JVED.. THyRS. A APBJL! 5 6T ". PARKS' FURNITURE has Jometting! Jug; for the Easter bride: fesi in; any municipal endeavors.. T TS i.c i\

"CRIME AND PUNISHMENT", 'Tablelim joy ;!p.95? dp and here's' :. real bargain.: discontinue! :.5,: ; > Y :.> < .
tiruVe'ra-oZ Samsonhe Luggage at terrific savings. A complete Hol1lwood. : : ART s AtL-

KHGANTIS" : .bed.far5unly$59A0. URS.: MAC sVys that you Choppers should ;--- ..,', -, ,-.; .....: S 55 55 .' '_ 5 100 BROADWAY. #
relax and take it easy at lunch time when you are busy shopping

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.z BR FRAME H0MElake NEvi Z Btl CBS HOME ';; -.# .... ;;y;;.+ .. .. Lakcview Canterbury Terrace'Section

; 5 2 BR tifed bath, ned..JOrch. terms.
new on beautiful shaded lot 90'zl25'. S849S 5 :
Located within..walking distance to town. Completely Filf hished CBS Home . ; $5200 I

ONLY $7900' Low Down Payment. (I KEALTORAMA Good terms. I

4 BR FRAME HOME BUILDING LOTS $650 Up FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED RENTALS .
On large corner lot. .f

Sl,000 i Only a Trailers few left accepted.at this price. You ,viIi ,. KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE 0

/ POINT WITH PRIDETo
ROBERTSON'S REAL ESTATE This Ruth Wagner, Broker Vance Buckley, Associate

324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 ., Completely furnished, 2 bedroom, masonry home 5555 with 5 Terms' :201 MAIN ST. TI6-3953 .Terms

I. r. H. ". I .,_ these many features: ,- :.;., .:....r .:: '-* :: _-_ ': _._: '. i. _'. -- .' ,. ,"; -, -- ,. -" 'I
Panelled den with built-in cabinets and TV;
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Dining area with built-in hutch; FOR RENT: Three room fur-I CEMETERY WORKING at Pleas- FOR SALE '

AUTREY I' Tiled kitchen; nished apartment, private ant Hill Cemetery Saturday

ARTICLES SPINET; ORGAN. Full tile bath: carporte, adults only $40 mo., April 2nd.CHILDREN. ,
MOTOR CO. Asphalt tile floors; 215 Mabbette. - Two Acres .
FOR SALE I Due to unfortunate circumstances Cedar closets CARED FOR in my
Dealer Since 1922 hare two reclaimed ; FOR RENT: Two bedroom newly home, 2503 Beamont in Kissimmee Good( high (anti facing county
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r---- !07-9 spinets, famous brand, like Broken tile patio with fireplace; furnished apartment available Highlands. road and electric_ Jine three

FINE WATCHES: Wide selection Phone Broadway TI 6-3301 new, guaranteed. One walnut, Inside utility room; outside storage room; April 1st. Air conditioned, television blocks off Hwy. 17-9%.

Bnlova, Benton JJenrus, one mahogany, will sell to re Newly painted. and fully equipped. Call CEMETERY WORK: at Shingle $100 DOWN
liable this area at tre- Price is with Creek small monthly piyts.. on baL- ,
Hamilton and Elgin at Benton, person $12,500 monthly payments of only $64.00.For TI 7-2008. Cemetery, Thursday,
SPECIALS OF THE mendous savings.. Write or '
Appointment Call April 7th all day. Dinner on PHONE TI 6-8513
Jewelry. 5 Monument Are. $-13
phone Credit Manager, FOR RENT: Two completely fUr-
the
WEEK: groundsHEAL _
5 and '
nished
room apartments
KERdSENE FUEL OIL. PHILLIPS '9 btbi Streep's FLORIDA R ALTY one two room apartment com- I

"65".. Osceola". Oil Co. 1110 4dr... automatic transr llUllon. 641 N. Orange Orlando pletely furnished. Contact Mrs.J. ESTATE

North Main. TI 63941. 4-10 R&H, nice clean car, a real buy COUNSELO1I G. Matz, 414 Brack St. or OPEN HOUSES
iNC.z
6-3022.
-- -- at$3'5 call TI
FOR SALE: Seedless pink and
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SHOP KtsstMMEE '5* WILLYS white marsh grapefruit, temple BROADWAY We Buy and FOR RENT: 2 BR modern home, NEW DUPLEX 3 BR 2 Btths >))uilt-in features -

FIRST! One and Valencia oranges, A, P. Phone TI 6.2702 Sell Florida unfurnished in Orange Gar- By Jim Sloan 'screened porch, large
SOUVENIRS NOVELTIES1PRESS' tation.owner kept car In first cheap clans transpor condi- Banta, 405 E. Bass St. I TI 6.2712.a. dens. Electric range. One child SELL, TRADE OR RENT for rooms. $14.000. Terms. 1201

tion. Priced to sell.: Shown by ..- aa r.aaa.-& -- -a .se.a-a .. accepted. Tl 72265. anything of value. CBS, Palm Street.
KNEES SHELLS appointment. 2 BR each side.

RAFFIABASKETWARE '57 FORD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: FOR RENT: New, modern effi- Terms. 814 W. Oak Street 6 Lots two extra nice dwell

POTTERY MOWING EDGING ciency apartment completely TI 6-8534 ings, furnished, $150. month
4 dr. Victoria Ford-o-matlc. V-8 SPINET PIANO Want your own business? Your per
GARDEN ORNAMENTS motor R&H. power steering an4 furnished, centrally located, income, close in. $15,500.
brake, white wall tires show- LAWN U YARD WORK locality cpen, national concern, available 1st. TI 72667.
Special: BIRD BATH room new. I : :MUST SELL!! excellent income, man or woman May
$3.98GRACE $1495Now FOR SALE BY OWNER FRAME Lot 70
ROY STEWARD age no barrier. Call or write FOR RENT: New duplex apart- Shade trees.HOUSE. xI3S.
RIVERS Is the,time to buy your We have in this vicinity a Sales Manager, 2703 East South ment. Two bedrooms, completely NEW BR HOME Furnished.
GIFT SHOP lisle FonD STATION'CAH.WAGO.t.TRlt( OR beautiful spinet piano which 406 E. Vine O TI 7-2246 St., Orlando CHerry 1-3252: for furnished, centrally located,
can be purchased by a reliable Walk in clotheS closet 18Vj ft.
Highway 17-92 South appointment. block from lake, available
Ford Motor Company is sponsorIng one KING'S REALTY
person with good credit for Lying room. AH rooms are
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA a sales contest. Drop by and
1st. TI 7-2667.
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let us figure your deal NOW! small deposit and small monthly WANTED: Carpenter work. New May large and the built-in kitchen

payments. Inquire Credit and repair, also painting. PhoneTI FOR RENT Furnished apartment is extra large. Tile bath; utility ''21', BRCADWAT -
SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS; Ask for T. K. Galloway or Manager, 345 N. Orange Ave, BUILDINGand : room with shower on main
When yon wear one you weai Da. Aatrey. Orlando. Phone GArden 54577. 72924. 205 S. Beaumont for one highway north of city.
the finest. Wide selection at I I or two people, utilities; fur- $9000

Bentoh's Jewelry. 6-13 FOR SALE: Double bed with nished. Small down payment. TI 6-3996 i
foam rubber mattress and b,jt REPAIRHave FOR KENT REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
FOR RENT: Four room partly .
FOR SALE: Ford panel H ton springs, dinette table and FOR SALEFIESTA taken over Pop Warner'sb'usiriess. furnished house $40 'per month. FOR SALE: 3 BR home, Florida Saaa.3 lot nil. BlxSx tire,1 M 1424|. from JIb city y.

good running condition, good chairs, platform rocker, all i FOR RENT and Partin Settlement, turn off room, air conditioned, 104 Dell- pared ...d. Only C3SOO.Horn .
reasonably priced. Call TI C- : Apartments e sad (..araftaAM..
WARE wcod Drive, phone TI 68881. Large
t1fe 150. TI. 67597. 4462. houses by week or month. Cot Hwy. 441 at Frank's Comer, lt, ,: ":1 at $I4.T60.
Service For Ei **it Jae Gallagher ton's Apartments. North OrangeBloeaom inquire at fourth house on 0 3 Bit Plume, 3 a.rVV;,blr :al.A
FOR ,SALE,: Single horse trailer, H14.7IW. ,F
FOR SALE: 46 ft. house trailer. 1 hewer far rat, aUe 33 TraiL 7- -'-16330FOR right. Ask for Mrs. Arthur Special HALF PRICE -
metal front new tag, new .... 3-S 822 Palm Way 2 BR Hame, 1H .t'rf'tl, el.aela.
1 slam ev" c: >-- : tae Partin. .
Phone TI 6-8032. Your choice of Lots in I $9500. "
wiring, new paint $125, J. .F.. 1 Assorted rUth e.at llmem glee. as_.1..11..ho-t).*... RENT: Apartment, ground Trail Subdivision. S BR Ilom /S Acres. lllway
Todd, d. K. Barber Shop, St. FOR SALE: Three six weeks old I dlobra ..d .- that-Bo. full at bark entranceIS FOR RENT Ppr '. Du"Irx and S Acres. Illwar
Cloud. Dase und 'puppi ., Can be registered. close in, $13 per.'t J,! .
E. I Registered-standard' ....820 Palmway. I' "....IeFOR \. Balr ; Emmett,St. TI' fie *84.', : | BK nnfurmshed': ipartlneiif' oti high..and dry,Restricte4,*otne-' T. '6 Arn.. feared. ._adr ''In:5.:
FOIL SALE: s nt'UID Road. Tarn left -|A%) rf v a.
home sited; 1 mi. north of Kissimmet,
wormed and FOR SALE: Three j r: a JIS. Aem. ,Hlwar J'.ii.J'.* t
Daschund ,
puppies e *
axles complete, nylon tires, 7 s i FOR HIRE FOR RENT: New 2 BR unfurnished Drive-In Theatre, pink du- West of 1792. I.... 14.250. .O%
Inoculated. Clinton Campbell axles have duplex $75 month. TI )f- on eight R. L. (Bob) Larson a. 10 A....... Good. ..!.. f OOO.
14.5 10 Two SALE
1 ply. : DRAGLINE AND Z0 .
% dowa.MO
1723. Minnesota. Ave., St. C1o.u< .
Hoke 8534, 822 West Oak St. PHONE TI 7-221 Tt 7-2701 or write Rt. :5 Box 3'77 .
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Phone TWmbrook 2-3592 after electric brakes. Charles BUMP TRUCK .A'q. row pa>t re, fl'oo f

N. Bermuda Ave. Tl 6-8685. 55 PlymouthS R. L Bob) LARSONTI FOR RENT 3 BR house terrnn..Tl.
5:30 p.m.Hammond ( >> : conven- Arrw, iota ft feat good
FOR SALE: We'stmsrnouse electric dr... 41 "71. low _11..11;.. >lr.. iently located. See Edwards at ROOMS FOR RENT: $36 pet FOR SALE: Trailer lots, sigh tltrnm I mm A. *3OO pr A.
range, 38 inch knee hole .G_.tlramft... Arboa-ant.Blossom. 1%Trail ml. ...rtbB ne 7-2704 express office. month and up, excellent coffee and dry, low down payments, 5 14 H Acr... sonic iro.cf. forrltrBn
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.. St. Cloud Hotel St. Real Oaly $443O 1O% d wPraiprraaa
Robertson'
clean block lee !St! tara left BLarllle shop, good terms.
,
desk $50
style .
very a ".
Spinet i>trp ( laraa. tap Ices.tic.
Cloud Florida. Phone
Estate 324
terms. Gehrett Appliance, 24 ,. Broadway. .. Approa. ft7jO9O.
ORGAN FOR RENT: One and two bed- TI 6-4493. 7-30 <._ Broadway. Free SawdustTake room modern mobile homes. Will FOR RENT: Garage apartment, dlr.' Apiirvx. '1 .ooo. .
three screened 1$ FOR SALE: Two bedroom new lllaknar tr..tage 4OO O. D.Trail. .
take children. No pets. Rainbow rooms, porch '1"000.
Must sell.-only six monthsold FOR SALE SERVICES away Pleunr by rnh.the bait Offer or.I*trarLload. it..d- Mobile Homes, Michigan Ave., S. DilliBgham. Inquire at 151; house, tiled bath, built-in kitchen 0 FOR HKXTl X BR bore Dell--
through April 18.h. arral St. West Monument Apt. one mile southwest cf city wood .'.,k. 4 BR bare KlMlnt.mfv .
-like new. Inquire _._ 1 mi. off East Vine St. or Hwy. 5, TI 6- .
cad :>, Orange 01 Trail. rligblaad. 3 nitore Flak
Jenkin Gordon
St.
OFFEREDINCOME 441. 6674. on Tyson. Lake
Gas and Electric TI 7-:eis *
SUN EMPIRE REALTYFirst
Thompson RANGES FOR RENT: Modern efficiency; FOR RENT: Two ground floor FOR SALE: New 3-bedroom CBS Natloiai naak Bldr.KlMlmmre .

Music\ Co. TAX SERVICE All i apartments with kitchenettesand furnished apartments and two home. Full tile bath, beautiful I"\. TI 7-Z333
hardwod floors large awning
Six used ranges must lie soldto bookkeeping services at Confidential I tiled bath, by week of upstairs furnished apartments.Ohio .
345 No. Orange Ave. : month. Cow Capitol Court TI 6534L type windows, large utility room
Apartments 108 N. Vw-
make room fer ,new prod- Bookkeeping Service,417 WANTEDWORK beautiful built-in kitchen, nicolarge
Phone Orlando GA 5-4577 ucts. Any reasonable offer accepted Main Street. Open after hours i 11-5-12-19-2611 non. Davis Agency, 25 Broad- landscaped lot paved
on
Come in and 'try us.GEiiRE' by appointment.. Telephone TI FOR RENT: Brand new duplex way or B. J. Miers, Intercession road. Quiet living. Four miles

TI 7-2474. apartment, two bedrooms, un- .,City._, west on 17-92 to Addison's Gun
FOR SALE; Fender ,electric Hawaiian WANTED: General house-
fcrnishcd. Electric range and Shop and turn right 400 ft.
guitar with amplifier, APPLIANCE work or baby sitting, cooking, FOR RENT: New, modern efficiency i
I central heat Tile bath, large? Extra lots available. Low down
like new $60. Call TI 6-8986 after 24 BROADWAY Budget Worries ironing etc. Ina Bell Hill, 124 rooms'', c&rpoite and utility apartment, completely l payment. Phone TI 67609.
,
5 :p.ra. J BUILD>i YOUR INCOME. Avon Robinson Ave. room. Located in the city, $7$. furnished, centrally located, 0
available 1st, TI 7-2667. SALE Three bedroom home
May FOR :
Cosmetics has an excellent opportunity See Rita Hunt at the, Gazette!
to offer qualified,wom- General housework office or phone TI 6-8894 after with screened porch in Canter-
Cart Bock the Mover WANTED: FOR RENT: New duplex apart-
Terrace 806 South Clyde
en. We train yon. Write )lr$. the No wokhig.Mattie 5:30 p-m. bury ,
ironing day. ,
by ment, 2 BR completely furnished
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of
Ave. Will sell furnished un
Box 2134,
Local and Long Distance loving[ Vanderburg, P. O.
TI 7- 1111 lTIl6
St.
Lee 511 June
Ft. Pierce Fla.INSULATE. centrally located, one furnished. Phone TI 6-3711. After -
,
Storage, Packing and Crating 4D 2389. FOR RENT Furnished apart- block from lake: available May I 5:30, call TI 62103. ,
Free Estimate ments at 221 Verona St. Will 1st TI 7-2667. .
WANTED: Home ,for nice black accept one child. I Reckon this partnership should
Phone TI 6.3251Box 282 Kissimmee ;:; NOW dog, five months old.. Loves FOR RENT: Three room fur II I be insured with

I children. Would like to find hera FOR RENT: Duplex 2 bedroom nished apartment, private batH!, I I For Sale By OwnfcrONE .

Warmer in Winter nice home. Mrs. Bess Yon terrazzo floors, built-in kitchen gas and water included, $48 per I YEAR OLD CBS HOME DAVIS AGENCY

X' Cooler in Summer. TI 6-7591, Rt. 2 Box 548 i appliances, nice neighborhood. month, 124 Randolph Ave. ea atrely landiwupei !.{. 3 Urt
SAVE FUEL withFIBERGLAS 180 'a month unfurnished, one lt& tile bath's ._re* *d,f.rt'h. 25 BroadwayTI
technicipreferably beautiful "aU .. ....t rke.. awalag -
WANTED |
: Laboratory child, 1008 Rosland St. Phone WANTED: CARPENTER WORK: .. .
wi... ... tldlBs glass door.le.dlaq 6-4974
with X-ray experience TI 7-2704. New and repair, also painting. .. 13M pat.(.> Low d.WB
qualifications name ana Phone TI 72924.' **,.....t. iSl5 HraBioBt IBKI
bedroom CBS .iUMec 11I .I.....
$ FREE ESTIMATES address of reference in letterto FOR RENT: Three *

GArden 46562Clltt P. O. Box 931-S KissimmeeL house, modern clean, furnished. WANTED PHONE Tf 7-23f6( a Very nice two BR.. CB, well

G. Killer i Inc. School age children. School boa fum lMd. Florid BJO. .CirV
td -
MAN OR WOMAN: To take ovei- at 'door. (No pets.) Rainbow 560 Sfothers with 500 Daughters porte, Large Utility Rmn fruit
.5 FAST 711 W. Robinson, Orlando dealership in Kissimme Products Mobile Homes on Michigan Avs, under 12 years old to receive FOR SALE s14'ISOo
profits I mile off East Vine St. or a FREE BIRTHSTONERING
established. Weekly
4 -tfolfer tor Hauer"AUctioliieerin! CBS IIOMK with rvtmmle tile Very nice 2 BR CB. Built-in
BUCK of $50.00 or more at start Hwy. 441. AT fle*.... iB'. tnrhe* and ....... al_ tore and oven, Small. Utility
I rental property trllh *73: .....h-
other investment PARTIN JEWELERS
It possible. No car or S ly lrme sad ewrwr 1m_frhalldlBic. Rm. and Carport, Terrazzo
necessary, Will hel$ FOR RENT: House trailers, efficiency >wBr. g.t.g _rlh Floors.
.
Illiteu IB fBoUIy. .Frte ,eat t .
$ rI you get started, Write. CK.. apts.. and house trailer .1XSM tar aiL If takea !_ April. $llfctfo ftimbhed
Get .Jllcll"-t antra f.v your R. Ruble, Dept. M-5, Walking rntee. Brown's Motor Ct. and It ":HI:;' or $ .600 unfurnished.
h._will\.llgaldatr. .r f.rM iheni 1&.';loT. 'fc I Products Incorporated; bier= Trails Park; T mL north of LOST 1 Two BR homes in Orange

I t P.blle Aaetl.a.DET1MEH t>hiS 2, Ten kissunmee. TI 65324. FOR SALE: Two BR new house-, Gardens.
Ifs risky buyjngjnreronce i -from trpncjer*..Andwhen, TI 0-7533 ENlFHPHIsE : ,. ,FOUND I tiled bath built-in kitchen one $9995 to $11,500

you're 'offeYed o sift/ -tote -pnmivm it sffhpty Incites .} -'" .,- "' I mile southwest of city. Inquire .a A nice ; BR CB., Breezeway,
trouble when it's time to collect ona toss:YoVfe modi Gordon Tyson, Gem and Sample Carporte and Utility Bin,store

better_ ,off,to do business with home town folks.whom, I Brute'sSUNSHINE: LOST: Book of travelers checks. I. Streets. and refrigerator .

you know and trust, and when you do., EXCAVATINGFILIJ'DmT Reward. Leo II. Bills, Rt. 5 :+t I $10,509 .
Storybook Zoo, 2 mi. north of FOR SALE: 3 BR home, 2 batA, Witt tent for $80.

Be sure to choose tin Independent agent. Thai's us. HOMES Kterimmee. central heat, air conditioned, 4 2 fnnifsned l 5 Rm ,Apt*.
built-in kitchen, Florida room,
OLIN FORE 87$ per montti

TI 7-2685 2 and 3; MR HOMES LOST keepsake.: Has Reward 8fe ring, 433, Palmway.valuable corner 7-2522.lot in Defiwood! Park Tl 9 1 Two teat Apt F n1afted..

DUMP TRUCKS FOR HIRE ( $45.00
SOLD TO GO
I '4 LOST: Black cocker male win FOR SALE: Large dry loth 10 A-,old house deep well, :
j I come {o the name of smokf. 19 cash ch fruit land all .
|500 % down
k6F6ttnn CHOSE YdURS NdW! cp t= :
Prescriptions Filled ;= Reward, phene TI 6-8S63. terms. Can TI &45I4.FOBSALE .

v.. utr t. Rednceahor quick dale, 2 ,
Ica.\.r, rk ncr) ."wptlr. white We Arrarlge F{ : di<"*, OR RENT: by.owner. :. BR. CB-Hom newly redecor ;
.... _
watt in alr.e.udtll
so. 2 BR frame houSe just north
tort at K*.,J a1mt i kurraey. xtt NOTICENtYrICE ated. Carporte, CB Tool Shed.Mellon .
..... Contact of Kisftimmee hty M&iti, Urgeeefrxr .
cutest .. Starrl..a5 us tor. fioMto tfcat are large'lot. bntr
1 Lupfer.s G.\ s-biR, c'.r.t..raa. O........ ...... JUST A LITTLE WTBCTTEItPhone S_ __ .. e ," -1 "" } lot pn Led zurflce $siS! :

j i" toad $61eo. Plwnfe Tl I-44& '

TI 7=: 258 4I 16 5631si1iE RE Jty
I Si1r IU 411C y Making gravy from meat, try = : I will iso'tTbe; ,fespooiiW FOR, : SALE: 2 ER famished

I918-19 3' thinningwith: the water vejretavln iAifiN for bills? aoofriet. e4 ty aSy- l&die, cos4! ifl $ OOO. Also lots M lei
;
12 BROADWAY _. hex To The' Dank -- TI 6-2191 I have been. cooked ja. This *, ;.;_,.r, &. Eulldtr. one other than fflysSl or vue. with city wat outer mt Since 1909 '
will gire,it'a better Haver. Henry J. Famham. limits. TI 6-8232.



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The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday March\ :U 1960
6 The KisimmeeGazetfe. Thursday March 31, 1960 ,





I REVIEWING ORLANDO PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS FIRMS





I All Items in This Section are Paid Advertising. Editorial 1 Reviews by William E. Sloan

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I A. C. West a Son, Inc. Ault Roofing & Healing CompanyRoofing Sale Shows of Vast Gasoline IncreaseSales Florida Surveyors Service I

and Heating Contractors. National Brands Serviced
Engineering and Transits Levels
Instruments.
Surveying ,
Have Just Finished Government Contract at the Capehart Project in Fort Ruck- ,
They a and Installed. of gasoline in Florida last Rented
Alidades Planemeters Tapes and Chains Sold, and
,
and Industrial
Alabama and Cocoa Florida. Contractors Commercial -
in
er, Painting \
Located 515 Brookhaven Drive in Orlando Florida. Tele- year stood 12. per cent above Repaired. .
I Service. and Sandblasting Contractors. ,
Waterproofing 1958 and were more than double _
GArden
phone 2-4485. I
Located 2701 East South in Orlando Florida. Telephone
CRestwood 7-5680. the 1950 volume the ,
Located 5825 East Colonial Drive in Orlando, Florida. Telephone FjoridaState '
Ths firm has made quite an work in hand and who are carefulto Chamber Commerce GArden 5-7852.
Many dollars are brought into proceeded upon their career with a solid foundation of good value exhaustive study of the roofing see that all roofing is correctly of Orlando can boast of a leading establishment is striving earnest

this section each year throughthe and reasonable prices.So and repairing problems of the and accurately put on. They pointed out yesterday. engineering and surveying service ly to give realisation to a new I

trade channels!, presided over best.The story of the success of this extensive has become their day, and has looked over the en- are very competent roofing contractors Although last year's sales increased : which is helping' In no small partin and better service.

by this well-known painting con- firm is one that many businesspeople trade that their services are well tire field of roofing presented by and will be glad to give from curtailed activities the commercial and industrial Quality is one of the guiding

tractor. j would find profitable. The known in this section of the state. the various manufacturers. They you estimates on any job, largeor in 1958, they have not reached progress of the community and influences of this firm. The people-

The fact that their trade ex- firm began its career with me have selected most artistic linesof small and go over every detailin the growth rates of several years surrounding territory. have learned this and rely upon

tends over the adjoining counties, belief that success could be obtained Each department of this well- roofing materials and will be selecting a roof for your homeor prior to that time. Top gain came The personnel of Florida Sur- them for a superior quality in

brings new faces, new business by furnishing good serv- known service is in charge of a glad to go over any property you business. They do not make a'' veyors Service consists, of men everything they provide.
the
end adds prosperity to the section ice upon a reasonable margin ot who is thoroughly conversant have in mind and aid you in selection lot of dirt about the place which in 1955, up 12 per cent over of high standing in the commun- There are no more public spirited
of the state in which person previous year. These sales include ity. It is under able directionand citizens in the community
they are : profit. Scientific selling must be of a design and color that must be cleaned up'after they are
located. born of scientific knowledge. With with painting sandblasting will make the house attractive gone*, but when finished clean everything companies to the state comptroller enjoys an ever increasing than the management of Florida

Their services will be found in this in mind and reduced expenses and waterproofing trade of the both as an individual and also as .away. for tax purposes. Military on- patronage throughout this section. Surveyors Service in Orlando,

demand by all who insist on the on account of location, tney I county. a member of the community. Pride of craftsmanship is the base purchases are not included. Service misused is a selling much overworkedand expression Florida.This establishment is not only

These roofs enhance the value of incentive that is moving this pop Over 100 million gallons were but it is fundamentally true that a well equipped and expertly

Bob's Auto Glass & Sent Cover Center the property and if you ever" ular house to success. The fame sold last year in each of seven the seller must. survive. By cooperation managed concern, but it is alsoa
want to sell you will find an attractive large counties: Broward, Dade, with their customers, by commercial and industrial organization
of their attractive roofs is
roof will make the house spread Duval, Hillsborough and Pinellas. forethought in planning to meet and renders a service

Bob Chandler, Owner one to be desired. ing all over the state and busi- However, the gain of this group their needs, in the employment ot : that is necessary to the onward

Auto Glass Installed, Headquarters for Auto Seat Covers, Sport Tops and Headliners. Their employees are men who ness is coming to them from over 1958 was below the state the most modern facilities, this I progress of the community.
most thoroughly understand the many miles around. average showing the effect of
Located 107 West Pine Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 5-0568 and 1023 growth in other areas.Percentagewise .

West Fairbanks Avenue in Winter Park, Florida. Telephone Midway 75552. Reed Motors many small Century Metal AwningsCustom
Inc. counties throughout the state
,
When in need of this service' so many ways that it may well has never, varied or departed in showed up well. Charlotte and Built Metal Awnings Shelters for Cars, Boats and

call on this firm and you will be be said to be the sign manual of anyway during the time it has Rambler, Ambassador, Metropolitan and Willys Jeeps Sold tfardea Counties stood at the top Patios. Manufactured hi.. Orlando and F. H. A. Loans

more than glad to do business the institution. It has maintainedan business dealings with the people. Serviced and Rebuilt. Parts Department, Accessories and with 22 percent gains each and Approved..
with them.
This popular institu- air of calm
friendlydignity We call attention to all the ad- Good Clean Used Cars. Flagler county chalked up a 21
tion founded many years ago ha which can be associated only with
vantages of having metropclltan! per cent increase. Located 2501 Silver Star Road in Orlando, Florida. Telephone
a .
with
grown hardly in its institutions of and
a pause standing sue! Located 629 North Garland in Orlando, Florida. Telephone Gaining from 15 to 20 per cert I
rapid development. That much- position. We wish to take the opportunity service at their very door, whie GArden 5-1541. were, in order, Citrus, Indian GArden _5-1074._ _
discussed word, Service, finds a to congratulate toe has maintained inviolate serviceto River, Orange, Okeechobee, Gil- When one builds a bouse, busi- As deslgnesr this popular company '

true expression in the friendly at- management of this firm upon the public.. In making a review of the business to pay a vsit to Reed Motors, christ, DeSoto, Seminole, Walton ness structure, or any other building has achieved a well-merited

mosphere that envelopes every the policy of fair dealing which We are more than glad to give firms of this territory, it is Inc., in Orlando, Florida,. and Lee. they usually consult a competent reputation the designs being original
customer of this popular service was inaugurated with the opening them extended mention in this natural to mention the automobile They do work in such Gains from 10 to 15 per cent I architect to draw up ,and and artistic and they are
becruse service is interpreted in 1LthLs finn to the public and business review. business. Nothing has 'done more that the customer always manner came in Bradford, Taylor, Pasco, ; make their plans for such a structure ready at all times to submit designs -
comes
so that it will be artistic and for all! classes of work in
to improve the
enjoyment of life. back when in need of future service Highlands, Marion, Nassau, Pi-
than in harmony with its surroundingsand the lines as well as to faithfully

I Vickers Home Of Early American modern Reed an Motors automobile., Inc., maintains a is too of this tough nature.for them No repair to handle job nellas tar Lake, Hamilton, Madison, Brevard and .Hernando., Sum- careful location.attention The should same be care taken and! designs execute submitted to the letter to them.any special

shop for complete: automobile and when they finish job the Washington, Franklin, Alachua.

Specializing in Early American Furniture, Accessories, Easy Terms, Decorating Service repair service. Every member owner' of the automobile a or truck Sarasota, St. Lucie Broward, in Contact the selection Century of Metal your Awnings awning. They have the latest and mo it
their Palm Beach Putnam and modern appliances. This includes
of Leon
and National Known Brands At All Times. organization is ever is satisfied with the work done in Orlando, FUu
I ready and anxious to be of serv- and the price charged.In Suwannee gained from the state This is considered the best equipment which enable
firm
Located 2213 Noth Orange Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 3-0442. ice to the people of this section. making this review we are average of 12. per cent to 9 per and capable designers competent of all them to produce the finest grade

There is no better place In this pleased to compliment Reed Motors the most and
cent.All of work In expert
types of awnings and will be glad
This firm is one of the leading ducted establishment told, 35 counties out-ran the
is store and
a embraces as whole the most section to have Inc their
a your truck or car upon modern serv. at all times to offer expert ad- finished manner. In fact, this
home outfitting firms in this section built On the plan that desires to durable furniture maker's art. It repaired than at this reliable ga. ce and upon the fact that they state average last year. In 1958 vice, plans and suggestions along company is- known far and wide
and because "f its unequaled the above counties numbered
metropolitan service to the puoiic, give mutual pleasure! satisfac- really makes no difference whether rage. save motorists time and troubleas 24.Bonne. average these lines to all interested In for the artistic quality of its

has merited the large patronage tion and benefits. For it is the it is a room you desire to fur- We feel sure that anyone in well as money by their very : high grade work of this kind. work..
need
of expert service will be wise service.
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it receives.It desire of the management to make nish or the whole house, or a

may be said that no businessin the life of the people worthwhileby single piece or two that you want, I Bell Is The Orlando Gas Company

this section has maintained a supplying at reasonable pricesthe you can secure It here on the Dukes Glass Company Talk of Teenlandia _

better heritage or has a higher necessities and luxuries. The most favorable terms that the Pyrofax Quality( Controlled)! pas Service. Clean, Fast and Ec

standing as a leading home out various articles have been slected market affords. Modern Store Fronts Installed, Mirrors\ Plate Glass, Sliding Teenlandia is a wonderful carefree onomical. Metered\ Bulk Service for Farms, Homes, Indus-
fitting establishment than this by the management with a view We are glad to have them withus Patio Glass Doors and Glass For Every Purpose. world, bordered on the south try and Restaurants.
well known firm. to perfection in three thing: in this business review of Or, by thirteen and on .the north by

This time-tried and Well eon- comfort, beauty and durability, lando and vicinity.Woodburn's Located 1013 South Division ;jn Orlando, Florida. Telephone ni teffi. If1fes-; somewhere, as the Located 932 North Mills Street. in Orlando, Florida. Telephone -
GArden 51196. clock flies, between childhood and = "OA U
CHerry 1.1 t76. >
....
adulthood and is casual
Bedding & Furniture Company They have become an indispensable facilities, this establishment is where the common a currency country is No institution. in Orange county to prosper and expand m thiS
has met with greater public favorthan section .of the state.
factor and a center in the striving Dad the traditional dress blue
earnestly to give realization ; ,
Bedding, Furniture and Home Furnishings i i in Style Quality i and Price. glass trade. the and this one. By reason of the Each.department of this writ
Easy Terms and to a new and better serviceto jeans; language, jargon; fact that the management has hadwide known service is in charge of
Free Parking Space. When in the market for any of those it serves. the folk music, rock n' roll. While
in feature with
experience people thoroughly conversant
the above mentioned services and Service is adults find the emotional every
Located 3550 Kuhl Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 44103. products, don't fail to call on this influences of this one firm.of the The guiding people climate many intemperate. and the native tf'the; business and because of the business conditions while the
,
th of
their extensive knowledge of management is In charge
reliable service in all depart and merchants food of hot and .
dogs
They handle furniture of the alike have learned pop It&e this establishment has who have had wide
acles of charm to the suites you ring out your furnishings to har- ments. continued people experience
this and highly indigestible it is,
better grade, a quality that Is .1 lready have. monize and can give rely upon them for superior never : i fa witness an increase) inthe in this business.We .
durable your notne They are equipped to cut glass : qualities in glass supplies. theless, an intriguing world to '
and that depend tmmSer of patrons. Their wish :to compliment this
you may The large volume of buying of the cast of any period you ae- most I visit if have the introductions
efficiently and employ only you proper
upon to give you maximum There are no more public spire ierviees. will be found in demand firm and management upon the
this establishment enables then skilled from daughter -
sire.A cutters. They feature only ited citizens in the especially a
service* They have anticipatedyour community by all who insist on the best. admirable manner in which t&.
needs and their adequate to sell at reasonable prices. You visit to the store however the highest quality materials in than the management of this or son. ':"The management U compose 4 business of this valued institutionis

stock is composed of tasteful, will always., be met by courteous, will really prove to you that this all their products. In this review. glass concern and in making this One of the quaint and curious !of well known public spirited business operated; upon its progressive
customs of this "state of
practical, yet artistic and inex- pleasant and accomodating saics is the proper and most advantageous we are glad to call attention review of this section of the the being"most people and we deem it fully lAnd public spirited policies. W.
pensive furniture which force. Values beyond comparisonis this progressive company and recommend state we wish to direct attention popular among pony- and that refer<
from selection place to buy. This establishment your tailed inhabitants Slumber proper most fitting we wish to Orlando Gas Com
can be made. If it's fui- the constant aim of this successful and the men who direct Its them to our readers. to their establishment as Parties. This strictly are feminine ritual give commendable mention in this any to all our readers as one distinctive

niture, visit Woodburn's Bedding:; home furnishing establishment affairs By cooperation with their customers one of the reliable business institutions hostessed by the daughter of review and' predict that_ in 'the feature of the commercial
are contributing to the }
and Furniture Company in Or- and it is a pleaasure to include by forethought in planning of the community which the house, usually takes, place on future the business will continue efficiency of this art of the state.
tando, Florida. it among the better firms progress and development of this to meet their needs, in, the has added to the development and weekends when Dad is trying to
of this section. section of the state employment of the most modern of this of the
Their stock show lovely and espe.1al1y progress part state.
many sleep. Since the party lasts from Adams
Irving and bedroom suites; many They are able to offer you complete to that portion with a radiusof supper through breakfast, the Construction Equipment Company

separate pieces that will add mir service in the way of map several miles around. Florida Credit & Investment Company"Go guests spend the night in sleeping _
bags or occupy every available Road Machinery\ Tournapuljs, Rubber'Tired.Dozers, Cranes,

Orlando School foot of cot, sofa, or bed in the praglines, Motor\ Graders, Ashpalt Distributors, Street
01 Heal Estate
East Pine and Look for the Sign"Locally
on
: h use. While the activities of this Sweepers, Rollers and Ylbrators.L4ocated .
,
Owned and Operated. Loans on Diamonds, Real Estate
fiesta vary, you can always counton '
I They Prepare You For State Examination on Real I Estate Sales J and Real J Estate Broker Furniture, Automobiles, Second Mortgage and Personal teen talk (a difficult dialect); : 1342 West Church Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone -

I Licenses at Moderate Prices. Signatures. boy talk (common to any lan GArden 3-6476. .
guage); the latest records; and 1
Located 639 North Mills Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 31089. Located 60 East Pine Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone discussions on new hair styles and This is a modern Twentieth propositions that further public

GArden 31676. beauty tricks. Century business under the able improvements and that they hare
This is the day the public demands guiding i influence of their policiesand have aided in the development of The best passport a mother can direction of men who have always., been willing and anxious to aid

not only magnanimousservice it has brought them trade this section. No institution renders a more Company.Such have to enjoying and participatingin had at heart the best Interestof in the expansion and growth of

but the best quality at from all over the surrounding This establishment is not onlya valuable service to the people af loans are invaluable at all .her daughter's' Slumber Par the community in which their the community at all times.

fair prices. Thoroughly convermat territory.The well equipped and this community than this prom times. It is impossible for everyone ties is to introduce Bonne Bell's valued enterprises are located and Therefore, it merits the popn-
expertly
with the conditions and a management and assistantsare man inent loan service. They have met always to have needed money '"Treatment Trio," a new packaging on* of the firms that keep the
liberal
wide experience in their particular people of long practical experience aged concern but it is also a the needs of the people in a most on hand and there is no easieror of three indispensable and famous wheels of progress turning in \M: larty and support received.We .

line of endeavor, the management in the business. Theyare commercial and industrial organization straight forward, businesslike more dignified way of meeting beauty aids for teen-age right direction for not only'Ii it : fully recommend Adams Construction -

of this enterprising concern thoroughly conversant with and renders a service thatis manner. You will be more than these obligations than by I complexions "-1006" "Medicat- one of the leading concern engaged Equipment Company as

has been able to render a serviceto every detail and are considered necessary to the onward pro pleased with their modern efficient taking advantage of this com ; ed Make-up" and "Medi-Masque." in it. special field 0: endeavor a place most advantageous for

the people that is distinctly an authority in all that pertainsto gress of the community. are and bank-like establishment. pany's private loan service. While most ducklings today are in this section, 'ba( its prompt reliable service, and are
satisfactory. the modern pretty and the "awkward age" a services have pined the repu- more than glad to refer our readers
operation of
a es glad to give them this mentionin They provide plans so you can Loans can be paid back as
Prompt service at most reasonable tablishment. They rate among the this review of the firms of borrow money in a dignified and quickly as you like as each of thing of the past, a young girl tion for general excellence and to them in this. business re-

prices has long been the foremost people of the city and Orlando, Florida. business-like way. You pay onlya their several plans permit you to still looks to you for guidance and are considered a standard among. rev, and wish them many more
advice on proper akin care. What the trade the country over.; successful seasons in our midst.
reasonable rate of interest and repay more on. the principal than could be a more propitious moment I We wish to state the management We are more than pleased to
I Florida Products Inc. are not imposed upon in any contracted at the time of the loan. .
Living for a diplomat without port. and assistant have takena give them extended mention in this
manner. All they ask is securityon Interest is paid only for the time
folio to present her beauty credentials commendable interest In all review of this section of the state.
various possessions, such as retain the money. For a loan '
Fabricators you ? Bonne Bell's "TreatmentTrio"
Manufacturers and Distributors of Sun-Master Dealers
Awnings. in Orange
signature, furniture and automo- service that meets every need and combines all the essentials
and Osceola Counties Invited.. Developers of Space Age Products, Screen Enclosures for bile. Your transactions are strictly fits every purse visit Florida necessary to the attainment and Barnes Restaurant Supply. Company Inc.

I Swimming Pools, Screened Patios, Alum-0-Rooms- Patio Rooms, Boat Ports and Carports. confidential when you deal with Credit and Investment Company upkeep of a pretty young skin- ,

No Down Payment and Free Estimates. Florida Credit and Investment .I in Orlando, Florida. (Adv.) Complete Selection of Food Service Equipment for Bars,

Located 914 North Mills\ Street in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 51219. I Restaurants and Institutions. China, Silverware and Glass-
ware Moderate. Prices.
Central l Store EquipmentThey i
No review of the business, fact that the management has had to normalcy that we have conscientious -
fabricators, manufacturer &nd wide experience in every featureof firms like this reliable Located. 550 West Central Avenue. in Orlando. Florida. Telephone
distributing interest of this section this business and because of Have Installed the Refrigerated and Walk-in Cooling Systems in Super Foods Son GArden 2-075".

of the state would be complete every branch of the trade this service which aid people' in this ny-Land Poultry and the Martin Plant in Orlando. Refrigerated Walk-in Coolers, Reach-. u
without prominent mention establishment has continued to section of the state. i in Boxes, Freezers and Food Machinery Sold, Serviced and Installed. There are no more public aptr.i complete and they realize the

of this well known., firm that addsin witness an increased in the number There are no more public spir- i ied citizens in' the Community popular demands for the aerrtp
no little measure to the pro of their patrons. ited citizens in this community Located 543 Central Avenue in Orlando Florida. Telephone GArden 21631. than _the manager aad we directpoor they render. And in their dealingswith
attention to this business the public a spirit of fair
gress and prosperity of this sec Their service will be found in than the management of this concern This is one of the i institutionsof and outside 'World an adequateidea The able management of this institution of the community as treatment' and aecomodation is to

tion. demand by all who insist on thebest. and we direct your attention Orlando which is doing its of our progress and the general concern has constantly adheredto one of the reliable establishment evident that it has well nigh become -
It is a well-known fact that They deal on a large scale to this institution as one which in :furthering and various a ".quare deal to all** policyof which have added to this part of a hard and fast rule that
part progress excellence of our
there is no institution in the com and their activity is conducted to
the state.
has added to the development giving the maximum qualityand once a customer, always *
enstosser.
munity that has met with greater the progress and expansion of the expansion in Orange County and services. We deem it quite appro- quantity of products with This well known service l 11 deserving a
favor with the than this in small and progress of this part of the -
public community no degree.It
is well deserving of more than this to of than
priate to devote space safe and sound business princi more passing Barnes Eestaurant
Supply Company
establishment. By reason of the is important in the return state. '
notice in this business review of
passing comment in this review this well-nown linn. The people* pIes. is located for
conveniently
the onward the
progress of tomas -
the progress and expansion d a: who originated this enterprise Through their straight-forward the people of the territory
auaitjr they are perhaps the sarroanding -
the era of prosperity we are experiencing obtained a liberal education in the dealings with the public the management best
equipped In this section of and on visit find
a will
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Orlando and bringing fame' and school of experience and supplemented has made friends for the the state, the service being etind- everything no len than made to

advertising to this section throughthe this with keen insight into firm and they have taken an active aid and so recognized py the order, and to please yon will be

general excellence of ita se r'f." the: markets and with this desirable Interest fa fheir feBowmen, trade for many miles in this section the dominating purpose of their

ices. foundation they equipped realizing that a concern which is of the country. large organization which is recognized

The general! purpose of this this. firm to render a service unexcelled. not progressive win wither and Their services are popular be* for mil*a around as fopd

edition is to give both the local die b.cass: of its environment cause their services are, most service equipment; headquarters.i .







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I Yazoo of Clinton Master Engines Lawn and: Mowers Parts., Factory Lawn Brarich'Distributoni Mower, Center" and' Is Listed '- -. ; : Activities Are ListedThe Letters To The EditorMarch I

; Complete Repairing and Sales. Services at the First Methodist hostess. Mrs. Lena Hunt will bin

Church begin with Sunday charge of the program. Men's Brotherhood will were elected to office last Sunday .
school at 9:45 and cordial The Susannah Wesley Circle
I 1I I Located 2100 Edgewater Drive in Orlando, Florida. Telephone welcome is extended a.m. to a all The will meet at the home of Mrs. meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. forth night by the church in conference 27, 1960 In conclusion we extend to you

GArden 42433. morning worship service starts at Alice B. Martin, Lakeshore, Dr. .at monthly meeting and sup- Youth pastor, Douglas Bennett; To the Editor: all. our hearty greetings! So long

11 o'clock and Holy Communionwill 7:30 p.m. per. All men. 17 or older are invited Sunday ehoot superintendent, 'oiks-well be seeing ya'!
The management and assistants originated in the resourceful My wife and I used to spend
minds of businessmen. With a be observed this Sunday. The The Wesleyan Service Guild to atterid. Ah inspiring JAke Clemons; Traning Union director some winter months in your fair Olaf Jensen
and practical
are people of long restless ambition a broad visionof Chancel: Choir will present the will meet at the home of Mrs. program will be presented, led by Ronald McCain; chairmanof city. Our last visit was during 81 S. Woodrow Ave.

experience in this business. Theyare the 'countiT.: they turned their anthem, "I Walked Today Where Elizabeth Dullard, Lake Cecile, at the president Ralph Shore. deacons, Jimmy Smith; music the: cold wet winter of 1957-53. Battle Creek Mien.

thoroughly conversant with trained and creative minds to the Jesus Walked" by O'Hara. The 8 p.m. The deacons of the church will director, Barr Still W.M.U. pres That was bad very bad-but since

every detail and are considered selling of good products. evening worship service begins at Tuesday April 5th meet Sunday at 2:30 pjn. in the ident Mr*. Peggy Edwards. our meteorologist tells us that WANTED

authorities in all that pertains to To maintain it, means the con- :30 when Rev. Henry Guy will The- Mary Clark Circle will holda education building. The monthly On the night of April 10th, the such extreme conditions occur

the operation of a modern estab tinuous encouragement of all in bring the message and the boys short meeting in the bungalowat general assembly of aO unions of entire worship service will be held only at intervals of 40-50 years, 500 Mothers with 500 Daughters -

lishment. They rate among the the the assured and girls of the Carol Choir will 9 amThe i the Baptist Training Union will by the youth.A roull have plenty of time to recuperate under 12 years old to re-
foremost people of the city and community, expansion meet in the auditorium of the revival visitation will begin reive a FREE BIRTHSTONE
some special music. and
present final session of the W. S. : enjoy your unmatched RING ATPARTIN
of this section of the
have aided in the development of At the close of the service Rev. C. S. book study will be held in church at 6:15 p.m. as announcedby under the direction. of C. Carlyle Florida sunshine.
this section. country and the onward progressof will show' H. A. Lasseter, director of Brooks visitation evangelist on JEWELERS
Gay a ten-minute film the sanctuary at 9:30 a-m. and Yes, we like Kissimmee, but
This establishment is not only industrial commercial and social of his recent trip to Cuba. will be under the direction of the Baptist Training Union. April 13th on which day Brooks you have something within the

a well equipped and expertly development. Also on Sunday evening, the Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Hanks. Holy Youth week will be celebratedby will speak: at the Teachers Fel- corporation line that we don't like

7 managed concern, but It is also a We cannot fail to complimentYazoo Methodist Youth Fellowship meets Communion will be observed. the ,church April 3rd through lowship supper at 6 pjn. Following namely those stingy little : S

commercial organization and renders Lawn Mower Center on the for supper at 6 o'clock followedby The children's choirs rehearsein April 10th. Youth Week is a plan the visitation revival, a week sandburs! Now, folks, don't get rE CYPRESSIGARDEN

a service that is necessaryto manner in which they conduct > the MYF programs at 6:30. the educational building after for a church to use its young of revival services will be led by me wrong. I am not "hell bent"on

the onward progress the their business and say that it has Monday April 4th school.A people in all official positions of Rev J. Elwood Rawls, pastor of having this little pale blossom -
community. been a deciding factor in the business the church life for full week. the Delaney Street Baptist
one
The Ida Tiller Circle will holda Layman's School of Christian nominated for a State flower,
II# It may be of interest to know life of the community: it The UnIon Church of Orlando 24th -S/vutws1iit.wi4e1y '
Young People's Training April :
covered-dish luncheon at 12:30 Witness will be held in the bunga- on far from it, but my capacity as a & 1.
A that the idea of this enterprise serves. at the home of Mrs. Harvey Carr low beginning with supper at is leading this project, with for a week.Training. florist, who has been fighting $11.3..a U.pm ua,..lIS... ..

Beckley( Ave. All members and 6:30: and the traming course from Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bagwell as their of workers of Vacation pests all my life I feel an urgent -

I South Orlando Notional BunkI friends are asked to bring their 7 to 9 p.m. All men of the churchare sponsors. Youth Week is a laboratory Bible School is conducted call to say a few words of

own table service and to meet at urged to attend.Wednesday project in which the young each Wednesday at 930 a-m. Those what could be done to minimize,

the church by 12:15. April 6th people of the church may have attending three training sessions and in time eradicate those ugly 8UPURE-EASER

Complete Banking Service for the North East South and The Betty Paulk Circle will The prayer and Bible study further opportunity to learn by will be awarded study coursu: burs entirely.You ,. ..
T II P.S. P's.ot IA rt Si. Tms.$
West. Drive-in Tellers, Free Parking, Loan Department, meet in the bungalow at 3 with hour will be conducted in the doing. The following young people credit Kissimmee, is a fast growing -

Safety Deposit Boxes and Member Federal Deposits Insur- Mrs. Ashby Davis and Mrs. E. E. educational building at 7:30 p.m. community because any place V.

I ance Corporation. Stevens as hostesses.The Thursday April 7th D'Alton D. Fennell! j Lions Entertained t that within ten years, has more r,. ; : "tN/J
Mary Summerlin Circle The the than doubled its population is :l pet: ; D..I.-S.t..
second session in Layman ", ''
will meet at the home of Mrs. II. Training School will be held Clainted By Death KAST Club TuesdayThe really "going to town" and now UftSd.

Located 301 East Michigan Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Ladson 1714 Orange Blvd. at 3 in the bungalow' with supper bEing meeting of the Kissimmee you cannot any more afford to piN 5495 rZ
hqvirv
D'Alton Dufferin Fennell 82, of harbor little things which have a oi l ttl
15631. with Mrs. Ralph Wood All-States Tourist Club wad
Telephone CHerry as coFlorida's served at 6:30: and the course A Itrotif. fora-mttaf vuhtbU support *
from 7 to 9 1622 Catherine Street Orange Opened Tuesday night by a groupof been allowed to develop as a for reducible inguinal hernia. Sacs
Ihe South Orlando ]National influence on the home life of the Growth p.m.Friday.. April 8th Gardens, Kissimmee passed away' piano duets by Mrs. Vera Sid- loathsome plant within your bor- etntf .djua..e.. let trp.Sntn:: (tpjn STii lrenlA4Jutabl. arola\.

Bank is one of the leading banking country has been markd indeed i Exceeds Chancel Choir rehearsal in the Tuesday after a lengthy illness.A lo and Mrs.: Maude Dunsmore: der."Oh padS u.s. -ho-steal... .tail.or"Ini ...ithfr Man bandi..r. f F(.".
Average .. .. ....
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institutions of this Section. for through its willingness and hear ra .r. r n4 .t part *M* .
well I
sanctuary at 7:30 p.m. native of Ontario Canada he This was followed by a half hour can someone ..., aI; rUBl.! let} ..... ...si*.
The policy of this bank is to able advice people who otherwise Charters for new businesses in of community singing led by Jay say "Sand' and sandburs alwaysgo

be of service to the public and would never have known the sat Florida were granted at a rapid moved from the Chicago area to Ruffner with Mrs. Sidlo at the together." True enough. It i 4 HUNT BROS.

customers; conservative without isfaction of owning their homesare clip last year reaching a total Jehovah's Witnesses Kissimmee four years ago. piano. also true that long long years

being hidebound. The interests of now substantial citizens and of almost 13,000 by year's end. He was a retired consulting industrial Rev. Maurice_ Grigsby ri ago, there was a time when rat- Phone TI 6-2621
engineer. A life memberof gave
customers are always consultedand are now aiding in the progress of more Only charters two other during states the granted the Activities Announced the National Safety Council, sermonett' on, "The Wheel of tlesnakes used to park on your 114 Broadway

they determine the course to their various communities. Time year Life". front yards-but your glorious ancestors -
Florida State Chamber of Commerce Friday April 1, 7:30 p.m.: Ministry he was national president of the :
follow instance has demonstrated the soundnessof took of that prob-
in every except pointed out yesterday. School Talks "Practical organization 1937 to 1939. During the. business session re care
where those interests would their policies on which the on lem! The Good Book tells us that
con- Florida also stood in third spotin Value Of Brevity For New World Survivors include his wife. Mrs. ports were given by the various
flict or prove a menace to the first board of directors foundedits respect to the number of firms Ministers" God's People Agnes McNary Fennell; one sister committees. They included: Mrs. we must not hate but I am inclined ELECTW.

welfare of the community. As a existence.We gained over 1958 some 3,000. Although Are ; "Why Mrs. Ethel F. Holt, Seattle Wash. Maude Williams reported 199 paid to think that the author of
factor in the upbuilding'of this are more. than pleased in business conditions were at Spoken: Of As 'Sheep' ; Prayer services will be held at admissions. the Saturday night I said l formula for up-right living, BUSTER
Bible R. ( )
this review call attention to reading of Psalm 70:1: to 10:30 from ,the forgot all about the sandburs. I, .
section this bank has played a to a lower ebb at that time, over 10- : a.m. Thursday dance; :Mrs. Lucy Hamlin reported;
rrominent and honorable part. It these progressive bankers and to 000 charters were granted to new 72:9; "Obedience to Jehovah"All- Grissom Chapel with the Rev. 23 tables *t play at the card game for one, reserve a right to hate

is known as a bank of superla- say they are civic leaders and up- Florida businesses during 1958. Important to Abraham"; 'TheLord's Maurice Grigsby and the Rev. Monday night with high scores those little stingers, which sole HANCOCK
to-date in their methods and are The majority of new charters Sheep To Be 'Gathered Into Dorr L. Van Etten, minister of held the object seems to be to make life
being by following contract
tive integrity and one that can One Fold". ;
the First United Presbyterian miserable for and beast.
result man
in the
deserving of the support of the establishment of new Mrs. Louise well 500
be counted on to carry its share whole people in this section of or re-organized businesses or Sunday April 3, 4 p.m.: public Church officiating. The funeral Oscar: euchre Cap Harlan; Power-mowers io ,a good job

of the load in any movement. Its the State. manufacturing corporations but talk "Universal Disarmament By party will leave 'l'hursdayafter, Holcomb Wager pinochle.; Frank, in parks and on lawns, but more
McGuire
The Of Heaven". The noon for Arlington Heights, Ill., ; -
charters: of non-profit organiza. Kingdom often than not, a healthy growthof
tions are also included in the to- talk will be given in the more where final services and intermentwill ; canasta' Mrs.. Lulu Black- burs are left around bushes:

Rose Plumbing & Heating, Inc. tals. These data are reported by than 19,000 congregations ofJehovah's be held. Grissom Funeral burn. nooks and corners-yes, even in
secretaries of state granting charters Witnesses throughoutthe Home is in charge of arrange At large shuffleboard tournament certain parts of your business

in the various states. earth. One of the questionsto ments. sponsored by Hunt Bros., district theY' can i tie seen growing:
Plumbing and Heating Contractors. Complete. Lines o( be answered will be: Will the will be held April 5 and 6. This Undisturbed in crackfr between

I I Plumbing Fixtures and Supplies. Equipment Sold and Serviced nations succeed in bringing' -about Mrs. Gizella Leifheit ends the large state tournaments. buildings and sidewalks In such

at Moderate Prices. 1- Legal Notice I disarmament, or is nuclear war There will be a meeting of the places, and along storabe yards

-- unavoidable? The subject of the Died Tuesday MorningMrs. board of directors Monday. April and coves on lakefront a treat-

-* '. ,,, ..i" 4 ..-, iii. W&tcht Located 5625 South Orange Blossom Trail'in Orlando, 'Flor-i ,, O'fln; .NAME I' }:RJ1.l.rr\ : oi-'b! "Seek Right Associations". One Gizella AgnesrLeifheit, Sit Mr. Ruffner introduced:' Lyle -but first and Iast-jt ;a

ida. Telephone ,CHerry 14606.. ,: *..HoT of the scriptures for consideration a resident of Kissimmee Park for Ribley of;/the .atlonI! Club who matter Concerning every* ow *J j jThe
TO ALL
the past eight died' in a local sponsored the'progtam of 'musliiby
MAT coNCERN will be 2 Cor. 4:3-5: : "If, years property to cut them and hate
In this day and age, our con- tems and will gladly go into details -I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES the good declare is hospital Tuesday morning.Mrs. the Osceola High School FFA them instead of providing abundance
conditions will not of different that pursuant to the Fictitious now news we Leifheit was born in Hun band, This was followed by a "
the merits
gested living upon Name Statute. Section 865.0* of the in fact veiled it is veiled of "loving care Only fully qualified
t permit us to live without plumb- systems, so that you may decide 1959 Florida. Statute., the undersigned among gary, and lived in New York Punch and Judy show. Now this, my lamentation, will
who Is the only party Interested those who are perishing, among State candidate for
ing and sanitation. Our modern which method is best suited to In the hereinafter named' whom the before moving to Kissimmee Visiting and dancing closed d have to do for the time being.
of this of
sanitation service has not only in- Tour needs. They have made a ulneK.t will prenent proof of) good system Park eight years ago. She is pleasant evening. However, if on my arrival in Ki'-
of publication Of this notice; and things has blinded the minds of a member of the Catholic Church COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE
creased the length of out lives 8cientific study of heating prob register! with the Clerk of the Circuit simmee next Fall I still find you
the unbelievers that the illumination and i i" survived
by two Hen
of Florida sons
Court Oiiceola County
but has saved us thousands of lems. If you are thinking of installing the fictitious name KISSIM-- of BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. people engaged in mass production OF
the glorious good news ry F. of Kissimmee Park, and Edward
lives as welL No community can any kind of heating system MKK FURNITURE STORE, under and Mrs. Ronald McCain of this -nasty weed I might
about the Christ who is the image of Port Washington N. Y.jone
which I am engaged in business in
I
without services of the will be thanrepaid announce the birth of a daughter, take my grass-sweep and sweep
:progress you more Kts iimnee, Oaceola County. Florida of God might not shine daughter, Theresse Purdy,
born March 16th at the Orange the burs right and left and charge
modern sanitary engineer who by consulting this reliable firm. Port Washington. N. Y. two brothers
Dated at Klsulmmee. Osceola through. For we are preaching// ; Successful farmer
thoroughly undertands his buutietfa. In this review of the onward County, Florida this 29th day of not ourselves but Christ Jesus Klement Damin, Little Memorial Hospital. The new ar* my labors to the city. How'd you Business mon

If you would have the progress, we are glad to recommend March, 1)60.EDGAR W GL.A&J as Lord, and ourselve as your Falls N. Y., and Medard Damin rival weighed 9 Ibs. 4 oz. and like that? Educated in Florida Schools

Service of experts in this line them for the position they 2/31 4/7/14/21 slaves for Jesus' sake." Hungary; one sister, Mrs. Ther- has been named Allison Dale. The Kissimmee Gazette often 8. S. Degree in Agriculture)

see Rose Plumbing and Heating, hold in the community.We IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE Wednesday April 6 8 ssse Dell Edera, of Flushing, N, Mrs. Virgie McCain of Kissim finds its way here to Battle U. of Fla.!
Inc., in Orlando, Florida. are more than glad to give NINTH JUDICIAl. CIRCUIT OF p.m.: Y., and four grandchildren.The mee is the paternal grandmotherand Creek and from this old bureauof Marine Veteran
Bible book in the Bible aic
They are equipped to install air them extended mention in this COUNTT FLORIDA.IN IN CHANCERY.AND FOR OSCEOLA NO.i7.4. "Your Will study body will be forwarded to the maternal grandmother is information, we learn a lot Family Men
conditioning and furnace blow t-.t business review of Orlando and MARSHALL P MERCER. R Q Be Done On Earth"Meetings Port Washington for funeral ser Mrs. Theta Ragin of Titnsville. about your last year's building Long record of selfless service
ALLEN. and AUDREY I. NI"HOL"IAAIES are held at the King the to Florida Agriculture
activities. That's
vices and interment in Holy oodemetery spirit, just
of all types and hot water sys- vicinity. P TtAtrsOH.U HOlKJSKIiV trudlnr-and and THOMAS doIng- dom__- Hall__n_ of__ Jehovah's____ ,__ Witnesses.. __,______ : in Westbury, N. Y., by Heat milk before adding to keep on buildnig and you'll surely Paid far by

business .as vs.Jatco SARAH, a RANDOLPH partnershiprialnttffs. Ocean Street. Good-will person the Riedel Funeral Home of Kissimmee. mashed potatoes. They stay warm have a very fine city sometime Campaign W. 0. Treasurer Dale

Albert i Jamerson Building Supply ,'Defendant CARSON CRAWFORD.*. SUIT TO et QUIET,Ir, et TI aI. are invited to attend.Presbyterian longer, taste, better. "when you get it finished."

I TLE. NOTICE TO APPERTHE
CorporationBuilding STATE OF )'LORI DA TO: FRANK
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CLYDE REESE. a widower whose Church -
residence is 184C Market Street.
Jacksonville. FlorIda. who conceals
Services AnnouncedThe

Materials and Lumber. Lucas himself personally so served that process upon cannot him; and be I One Car Can Be
Quality Paints Supplies any and all parties claiming Interests Chancel Choir meets tot Only Lowest Priced !
under
Framing, Finished Lumber, Millwork and Builders, by through or against
the above named known party; and rehearsal Thursday, 7:45 a.m. am
Hardware. ; any and all parties having: or
claiming any right title or interest there are classes for all age I's -
..-.- in and to the following described Worship is at 11 a.m. and th ::: ':" --'--- "
Located 130d Brookhaven Drive in 'Orl ndo; Florida. Telephone County. Florida lands lpeated t -w1t:in Osceola Rev. Dorr L. Van Etten will I S S
All of Lot 5. N.H Of Lot C.SV4 ( ;
i GArden 5-9084.. preaching "Via Dolorosa.- I
of Lot 7. and all of Lots 5, on ; w-
17, II. 19 and 20 in Section 6, Suffering", this being the fifth i? ,
The fact that the management I! cated. Township 28 South; Range! 29Kast.
tha
a Lenten series on roads
of Park Gardens, according -
This section is indeed fortunatein
of Albert and Jamerson Building to the official' plat of Park Jesus traveled. The Chancel! ChoL )
Corporation has had wide having such firm Gardens as filed and recorded
Supply a progressive -
amodir the public" records of Oieola under the direction of Lester W
experience in every phase of the to serve it in supplying kindsof ? Count Florida subjectto Geisler will render the anthem I I
building trade and this coupled quality lumber and hardware. public road rights of way S. S4
YOU AND EACH OK YOU ARE "Go to Dark Gethsemane" bj
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with a keen desire to render service It adds inn little way to prog. HEREBY COMMANDED to be and Noble.
The Presbyterian yontimeeting
I ress and prosperity of the community. appear at the Courthonsa In Kissimmee -
unexcelled
by any concern Osceola County Florida.on will be held at 6 poo. ir
j has been responsible for the Increase If you want anything la the 2nd day of May, A. D. I)60,
this line, telephone them collect, and file your written defenses in the youth room at the church.
in the number of patrons. the above entitled cause which Is a The trustees will meet Monda S
call it their establishment, or -- -- -- -- ------
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Th is known throughout suit to quiet the title of PlaintiffsIn -'S C
company write them and when you have and to the above descried property 7:30 p.m. in the p"01?* study S- 4 -----------S
this section as one of the Should you fall to do so. Decree S
leaders in the lumber and hard decided what youneed you can Pro Confess o will be entered The youth choir will meet fo: '
depend on it that this well-known against. you. W ITNKXy the Honor- rehearsal Tuesday 3:15 p.m. a stfti "T
,,
-
ware business. able Frank A. Smith. one of the
firm will see that you get it. Judges of the above Court, my nameas the church. Communicants Clas ,- & S '
The prestige of their large volume Courteous and efficient 10 a Clerk thereof .and the seal of wi'l meet Tuesday, 4 p.m. in thepastor's ':
of business, the experience aid Court at Kissimmee. O!!ceoU S
marked degree the management County, Florida. this the 2Jtn day study. z: ___ / '
of many years as a prominentfirm of March, A. D. U60. There will be a congregational!
in this line the practical has surrounded itself with em- (CT. CT. SEAL) : -
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GLENX RAT luck Wednesday 6:3( =:
pot supper = =
knowledge that has for them
won ployees who are thoroughly con Clerk Circuit Court
Osceola County. Florida rxm. followed by mid week serv. 5-
the recognition of the tountry at :
versant with every feature of the By /Ellanore O Jowers ice at 7:30 with the Rev ,. -
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p.m. .
J large and the patronage of many, D. C :., .
all add to the progress and pros- trade and as a result the work Murray W. Over treeL Jr. Maurice Grigsby in charge. Then E;, ,. ,;'".A 'W j

perity of the community in which goes along in a highly efficient Attorney Kisslnunee.for Fonda Plaintiffs will also be a church school stafj >' ..w'l: : .

thier modern establishment is 10- manner. 3"/U 411111/11 meeting with the Rev. Robert M.


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Located 142J'Atlanta Avenue in Orlando, Florida. Telephone GArden 56707. .the 4-door model saves you at feast $130-based on com. '

The new and modern roofingcan of the most important commercial before it the record of the insti Wa parison advertised ,delivered prices. Save

be installed on the easiest assets. lU otl'; growth and treasure the N400J0W.: more on gas on upkeep,.on resale value.Room _ _

terms which. may be repaid in Being thoroughly conversant confidence the people hnve come CAt ''Rambler for a family of aiL Easiest. parn;. See your 0 ._ 0 "

builnws offeringthe with the business conditions of to place in its every statement.We .:-. : dealer. _
increased by U. S. ............... ............................u.r......!... .
public a service so modern the country and with. a vide experience I wish to take this means of .......--.....--...',.,..... 5. 1.iacb"*nibae Rambler AIrk*. Jtio*WijDt(Just
the field have 1205 lass tto any mttae tntmut b r the low etktr mpt 0.3.
in
they
and up-to-date. commending Hammock: Brothers im i f4ir ,ii er-uu a usr.ICS..i CI IEI.' uullllwuct".MsfICtllrs'.dther..prlUS.. .
There is no roofing contractor been able to -render the most Roofing Company uon: the manner SAYINGSBONDS --. -i' .' J''
more! worthy of extended men" prompt; and courteous service, at ,
tion than this one. It is under the most reasonable (prices. And in which the business is op '

the* direction of men thoroughly'conversant this has brought them- trade from crated feeling assured that in p:1OSCEOLA: : MOTORS INC. '- 10' )li E1T ST. Tf 6-3901 :

,1 with every field of all the surrounding territory. product and practice they never :

the business, therefore it is not Every customer of this firm I I fall short of the high- staddard.
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Recently, Senate President i ]and medium sized counties. I Page The Kte imro 'e Gazette Thursday, March :31, 196J
Capitol Dewey Johnson said he wished Without the medium sizes counties -

folks would quit referring to it as there wouldn't be a "gang. But in the initial commentsn tained perfect cohesion they could

1 ChatterBy "North Florida" since the majorty Dr. Malcomb B.' Parsons of his study Parsons indicated not themselves carry a single issue
bloc is actually: composed of Florida State University is launching he has cut through to -at least without picking up suppor*
": DON MEIKLEJOHN in unbroken line of Senators from a study of the Senate, and one 1 basic fact. from other districts,.as there are

i ley West to Peesacola who controls it. It isn't a North Florida Gang only 16 of them and 19 are required
Well, everything Is okay now "We want the other fellows to Generally, it would be easy to Parsons said, "It is worth not- for a'bare majority, or 20

After the initial nieties. $1...; get credit too," Johnson quipped. laugh off such a study as beingone ing my exploratory study shows if the presiding officer votes.
AGRICULTURAL'! Mgr. ,ay -titiM1 fOltm..i- ar.. IN"tH.- Actually, the majority bloc of of those college professor that if all Senators from the

SERVICE s :"to the tnt Wn! .i* o+nnv..na the Senate is a coalition of small deals. northern, rural districts main Gazette Advertising Pars

-*! ran sit V-"ck and pninv it.
1
w..m r..w Not that we dMn't ex" r'
-- *' in"s to swine around to **>*

"Y'Pdif"aMe pattern hut there!! ,,r"
--"w-: ..t""vs" those first: lintrrin", Hou ** \
: ., .. BRAND NEW
< v-- a"rin" the eltrtv "t p.* o* !r / -
< AGES i, --mn"ismjn
DEMONSTRATION .
\ HOME .; : .
Liste"* "' to the oreninen state.
"
"" would have thoueht a hunt''h \
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t? &
I CO h1Y AGElr Vrr nf"ampaign.statesmen were waging th*! : "> -


b A eon", I. n* ni,i H"*.t- ..ve"aid TILE

something about not !lmMT; -k 3BR3r 2
nud-.nrf wrinw the r"mni "* S BATHS
"n a hi"h level.
; WI''! really didn't -o1..v. t''ont -,...
9 _, 4 !Anx } calf *M1nM..t..1",, .,,_ w.w#
J rmP.tJ mr faith, in Nltti..1; e-1', y .

;. ".i'I TM hv slinging a IittJI''! mar'
+.h... next d"y.
.
SIGN OF PROGRESS Osceola! County's farm anc one remorstration agents are aofr displaying These .l l was some talc "ho..t
sign similar to this at their offices in the Kissimmee Livestock: Pavilion. Symbolizing the three- i"1t..inll"' ; flip i..upOl. n" t1" ",-: S9OI
way cooperative program between the county. the University of Florida, and the U. S. Department nai"1-hut after a cotmle of dav I
cf Agriculture, a new sign for the Agricultural Extension Service is inspected by Dr. J. Wayne of this, and finding themselves o"
Reitz, University of Florida president and Dr. M. O. Watkins agricultural extension service direc the back mre of the rewsoaner.
tor. Agents, as off-campus professors, conduct educational programs with 43,000 411 boys and girls the candidates learning to
and with thousands of men and women in Florida, aided by University specialists in agriculture and are
home making. forget talking about them Ions '..-
enough every day to say"some-
thing spicy and quotable for the .. --S .
proceed into the normal channelsof -. FHA
morning paper., .",:
Congressman Syd HerlongReports trade.
But the thing that really pulledthe
I Of course, it will be necessaryto cork on the campaign was S : ":YL! <
provide for orderly disposalof the statement by the Florida Edu- :
: j the surplus stocks over a cation Association that it will be

period of time not to unduly pushing for teacher's raisein :
so as a pay $280 DOWN $59 MONTHDollar
When we stan ratfctitutin; tion and irrigation which in the
disrupt markets. the 1961 session of the Legis
man-made laws and: regulationsfor six-year period, ending in 1960, lature.
natural economic laws, we get will have added a million fertile The next step would be to stop! deter-
There is better of
no way
some ridiculous re alts. acres: to our farmlans.Last stimulating surplus production by mining when the political .campaigns .- 'N .' < .. <...,. _*. .",. -.. -.
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For many years, we have been year when I sent out my agencies coordinating engaged the various in managementof Federal are underway.Just t laws I asked "Da
the natural
,
tamperingwith annual questionnaire, and as sure as the swallowsfly < > ,
of agricultural jroduaMon and you favor lower farm price sup- government-owned land back to Capistrano, the school
soil conservation land reclamation
-
consumption, the familiar and peris?" Ninety per cent of the an boys come in with a pay raise f.
reliable law of supply and de arratei were "yes." A great and develoment projects. requset when the campaigninggets
I favor returning the Department r4et
mand. that they
many people wrote me I underway.It's .
of its traditional 1'T
Agriculture to
The result is a nightmare of favored doing away with the program a brave politician indeed
legislative and bureaucratic boo- altogether. This year, I role of helping the farmer who will say he isn't for raising

boos. The whole handling of our asked, "Do you favor continuingthe grow better crops. The public 1 teachers' pay-and ones that are
agricultural problems since the farm price support program"Eightyseven through the Department, does i brave generally don't get to first
have a large obligation to agri
mid-twenties has been a tragic per: cent of those ,
base.Being
culture. It is our largest business
against teachers gettinga
said "no.
series of errors. Any sound agricultural answering
program that may have I find a growing revulsion and our most important. It needs. pay raise is roughly the equivalent -
the services the Department can to coming out against:::
been proposed in all that time has among consumers and taxayers,
give it. The Department's role I motherhood and for sin in a campaign
been quickly brushed aside a: not only in Florida, but throughout should be to continue such functions -5acrv., '6M.... n wt.5 .. 1 49A 1Y..... -..+ x --- '-. aw !truv...
politically unacceptable.There the country, toward this fan- year.A
as establishing grades and few soothing words for folks
is just no sense in payingout tastically expensive program. The "standards disease prevention, era who worry about the candidates
has For Dollar and Foot For Foot
Federal Government now ahoard
vast sums of money to dis- 9.5 dication and control), crops pro- talking in circles.
coruagte ifcVieultural production of commodities, costing
duction and market reporting, The political pro says that
and at the same time spending billion dollars, and it is expected basic research, and educational "Some people judge a candidate'scourage
other vast sums on land reclaraSHOCS *- to go over the '10 million dollar I by the number of times
is
and advisory services. There ,
mark later this year, as more he that will Your Best Home !
something get
too, a need for the department to says Buy
surpluses are added to the board. be wrstantly ready to move in him whipped."

We have gotten ourselves in so and help alleviate distress in agricultural I At least three potential gover-
deep that it will be a painful prowess areas hard bit by the nors have sent out press releases

getting out. But we have got va" ries of weather that constantly -I Wtih postage due on them.If TURN WEST OFF ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL AT KISSIMMEE
'4 face up to the issue. j beset the of .the campaign coffers/are in

J airi urging that the Govern crops.! There may! be other growers functions I I that bad a shape," they Better get HIGHLANDSSIGN A MILE NORTH; OF KISSIMMEE CITY
FOU AtENSHORE'S ment get out of the price support the Department should have, out of the race.Reporters Z
business: just as soon as possible.The but these, I believe, are the basic who are a bit hesitant LIMITS. OPEN FROM 9 A.M. TILL DARK. .
to shell out money in post.
big question is, how? Well, .
ones.
; age due payments, now check to
the best way to stop smoking into if
doubt proposals
are
I mv
see who the letter is from before
quit. politically acceptable in the areas 1
the
In the'case of the farm forking over postage.
Men's Wear the thing to do is cut program out crowing price supposed crops. Unless the candidates disguise PHONE TI 7-2621
But I think it is time we set their handouts to look like income
all controls, then isolate the surpluses aside rolitical considerations and tax refunds, they better start
: and let current production !
---=-- adopted sound agricultural econ- putting the right amount of post

omics. age on them.
The biggest boo-boo so far in
the campaign was a statement the
Safe Gentle Tested! Mrs. Raleigh Rolls' other day by Arthur Patten cf J

Mother Died Sunday Miami when he withdrew as r.
candidate for state treasurer.and

OGILVIE HOME Af PERMANENT Mrs: Malvern H. Noble, 95, a insurance: commissioner.

resident of Romeo in Marion\ Patten said the fact that Jesse

BYRTHYGRAYThe County died Sunday. Yarbrough, another Miami hopeful -,
bits Noble was hem in Levy is running for secretary of "Worst roads in
County and had lived in the Romeo state made it, "unfavorable"- for w
one home permanent that con : him to run. .
tffLVI area for 65 cears. She was a
ditionsasitcurls.Createdbyfamoushair member of the Zion Hill Baptist "The only hope for South Flo v the world but
care specialists to assure a soft, Church, and served as postmis- ida to get representation in;: the ,
lustrous wave. Tested and proved tress of Romeo until her retire- state cabinet is for us to play it
by Kit contains Pre-Perm cool-to try to win one seat at s
step step. ss.l ment. this Chevy
new
time, Patten said. _
Hair Conditioner...Creme Waving Survivors include three sors,
This will make most
Lotion... nd Creme Neutralizerthat's ss Fred W. Noble, Romeo; NewtonA. probably
cf the current State Cabinet
already mixed when you buy 7 .na Noble, Brooksville; Orbille B. members a little bit leary of Yar- takes all theroughness

itSo safe and gentle It's recommended Noble, Lakeland; five daughters, brough's candidacy. ?. A

for djed or bleached heir. C:50 x._' Mrs. Irene Morris Apalachicola; Alter all, they might be next. "
Mrs. Eula Port Tampa: ., out!
Myers ; It also' could be interpreted iu : ,.
Mrs. Landis Lewis and Mrs. '
other sections of the state as ,
Lcnis P. Sallows, both of Ocala; sort of underground S n air 4 -
Broadway PharmacyYour acme plot by: A ..NF/
and Mrs. Thelma Rolls, Kissim Dade County to take over state d A. a Out near Wathena, Kansas farmerMilt
mee; 19 grandchildren; 35 great- overnment. Round tends 800 acres with
Walgreen Agency Tandchfldren and three great- * x'a' only one Jielper-his 1960 Chevrolet

reat-granehildren. For years, Florida folks have.. pickup. The truck almost never runs
201 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-2351 Roberts Funeral Home of Ocalr been hearing about the "North } n' on Kansas''s fine state hll.1uo'lJ-tn-

is in charge. Florida Pork Chop Gang." ; 9- + stead it averages about 2,500 miles
*s a month on unimproved back'
"I country trails or on hauls into the

-- +pa ,. s fields, off the road. "In my book,
SKERAl'dft ELECTRIC lo these are the worst roads in the
1 a.
.. :4 world Mr. Rounds says, but this
< takes all the
S5 new Chevy roughness

1 ... 41 a out. It doesn't fishtail or whip
'
STRAIGHT LINE DESIGN around like other trucks I can

:r ? .. steer it with one fngerr
;> ,
c .: 'fir a ,,.. .' They're speaking right DP,these owners
W of '60 Chevrolet Everywhere you go,
;:. a w they're giving out glowing reports on
r .A- 4 y' a revolutionary new truck ride that
R a leads to a bigger day' work at teats
t j.kI ,!, n ? :+ 't 'a expense; praising truck power that
a. 4 t )knows the about
most saving money.
$ .
1 Slide-Out Shelves
SIze
'Family
Big Handy '
r '
"
It' Chevy* total newness they'retaIIdng

=ct Refrigerator defrosts cubConvenient Butter Compartment "f about And you'l1 be talking
; too, once you turn a new Chevrolet
c'- matlca1fy.
;
loose on your money run*. Your dealer
Separate;>> Zero-Cegres Freezer ; caD get you started, right away!
Magnetic SaferCoor
d Full-Width Porcelain N'x'r J It take Chevy's new Torsion-Spring
Vegetable Drawer <0 +!i'' a Ride to smooth out a road like thief

ti -

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< plo)" 1ent. designing loudspeaker
," 'N"
5> In 1938, because of the Nazi invasion -
[ ; .' M Y. M ; of Denmark Lissauer fled;.

r0 j ., ;-; J to America.He '
6 1 i; ,
2 t had wanted to come to
,.Ax I
the
: : l ;< iS1:' y ;1.! America for a long time but
outbreak of the first World Wan
i i.ii! ,
:
.,.. to
; ,.t: made it impossible for him
BIG FOR PUKE OF YourVitamin :y l r ,Y,' : leave Germany. A short time aft

Headquarters! ,- / ter his arrival in New York be
DAYS Oar Pharmacists Know Vllanlns! f' : began working to develop the
1 PlusCeif 1 first self-writing Electrocardio
_. ? s graph as described by Dr. George.>
1HRU $3.98SAt. i ; Calver Attending Physician d f
MOM. -- the Congress of the United
Twict at m orb States, in a scientific publica
"
far a AYTINAL ,. asN tion.

Aeon Y mare,t< Ar11NAl In his own plant Phafler Man-

VITAMINS & nt1 "srnclus fa ufacturing Co. he developed tools
for shaving and finishing rivets
t :. MINERALS 1 for aircraft during World War II.

11-Vitamins t Later concentrating on laboratorywork
.
-Mineral> o he developed various instruments

e :. for the Army, Navy
:
and the medical field.

Boftles r.ti', ? .: :a, After the death of his wife in
2/ 399 Vineland, New Jersey Dr. Lis.
of 100 .
? saner went to work full time as

Research Associate for Johns
a Hopkins University at the labor
$&.79 GERIATRIC KEARLY atory of Climatology from 1952

Fill w to 55, doing research work for
Foriiiied Fot 2 or. 680mula..l00's the United States Air Force.

r I I tl J R-- Lissauer and his second wife
du came to Florida to live in December
I' C a in I I $1.98 VITAMIN C 1958. Now in what he
I 98e Perfection F likes to call semi-retirement he
. ANEFRIN Potent 250-mg.. 2 0 199 and his wife reside at 711 George
100 tablets. in Gardens.
NASAL SPRAY COLD CREAM B,_ Orange
PILOT WITH PLANE-Dr. Walter Lisaauer. left of 711 However, even now in his fully
tech. 2 99C98e $2.89 JR. Aytinal George Street, pictured with one of many airplanes he tested and equipped workshop L i I. sa u e t
s oz spacee 0 Ph iCr1nS. dt 8-oun ce 0bottle. F helped to develop in Germany between 19101913. The mechanicon hopes to do scientific consulting
.Adalt s. R Ys F 1arx.- 0 'Vitamins andMinerals. 2 290 .the right is unidentified. and small instrument work.
Surgeons 0 0 *
100's c 'And scien
R always, like the true
1.25 ANEFRIN PINT.. R FORMULA 20 --' list that he is. he remembers
$7.65 OLAVITE what Dr. Wilhelm Roentgen told 1

CQ GH 89 SHAMPOO F Dr. Lissauer Pioneered him many, many years ago/: ;
SYRUP l t l l I Thera ud G 2 0'766 "Make your observations. Put

Penetratingre2 0 126 Liquid cream 20 90c ;100 tablets. R down what you observe and for
I Cerln with egg.8-o I World War 1 Aviation get about the rule.
Many Mar OLAKEN VITAMINS
Thus
is the philosophy of a
r at Sp clel Sovingil By FRED BRUSSOW His loudspeakers produced man whose contributions to mnn
I : kind all the world will
over remain
in five countries of Europe, were
& From time to time great men forever as long as there are
.11 I around the world achieve high patented in Germany and Den men like Lissauer who strive to

goals through scientific researchand mark. improve conditions throughout the
Infants or F [REGULAR 69CIHILLROSE I IIWt1 pioneering development.Such to Denmark where he found em .world. .

'adults1SP1R1N a man is Dr. Walter Lis

; 1 arlZ R 1 1 1I saner of 711 George Street, The Kissimmee Gaxette. Thursday March 31, 1161 Page 1A
{ scientist dasigner and early aviation
"S
I test pilot. .
K.
lil .I III h" Dr. Lissauer's life story may _
.r. ._.coM 4 well be mistaken for that of a 4 1
aaMal tarn luraa aMalri
_
.
,
legendary hero from story books
-- u er and fairy tales if it were not for -_ ,, i
r
K the fact that he has kept newspaper r rt
clippings of his accomplishes 1

ments from all over Europe and t ,,;, '
1 -
k
STICK LOTION
or the United States. '
He known Y .
was a nationally i r
Natural latex scientist in, Germany and one of ?,
PR Your ;
I 0 the few engineers of his day.
by Durtcraft. 2 7ftcC'hoice .
S Lissauer was born in Berlin of
3 colors,... R a well-educated family. At the GARY'S DUCK INN

cf 16 he constructed instrument
age an W.. "Where Good Food Predominates"Seriint W.
,, to study the luminescence Daily from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Ilf
+ft 79e PO-DO
79e ORLIS-
cathode
of
.t i ; rays. Sundays 12 Noon to 10 p.m.
LUsauers guardian wished hiia I Air Conditioned ,
'ANTISE9TiC'SPEED'SHAVE to study mechanical engineering, 3974 S. Orange: .Blossom Trail Orlando
F T which he did for awhile, but his
'. routhwashand2 : SOe Me1tboIatedor2! o SOc Q USENOtf' great interest was in physics. He
I Qf OC Sj studied physics and obtained his
I REG. Ph. D. degree ,magna cum laude, ,, .
ec. n s .; .;.
while working with Professor W. -t :
0 :,
Anlihisisminic
t
69e SMOKERS'27"Waxed rKlusooats, C. Roentgen in Munich Germany.
2F20C98e AOM IAW( Roentgen was the famous German ;z:... P
PASTE SYRUP ,
TOOTH B ackor scientist who discovered X- p

F Brown t rays some ears before Lissauer
: NEVER!
Helps! remove & 0 70C Medicating. 2 99c became his assistant.In .

stains. 5V4 or. I _. ,s.ounce_ B 1910 after five years with
Your rat water heater
Roentgen Lissauer became very Is a lasting investment
$1.00 ANIDON 39 Hydrogen r interested in aviation. In pursuitof N up to 10-
his ambition he sought out 1 year warranty. Nothing
Sleep Capsules PEROXIDE Hans Grade, who while working: in the home serves
I in a wilderness 60 miles from so many and costs so
F F little! Green's Fuel
Non-narcot c 2 0 101 a West g reeas USP 0 C Berlin had constructed a "flimsy Cos water heaters
formula. 18's g quality..4-oz. plane that could fly a little", as give you Instant hot
aREG Lissauer puts it. water all you
REGULAR 69 This all plane described by Lis- want when you
want it wit!!
sauer as a "contraption constructed
of bamboo and linen with r rea t er economy
MNA.! Oil' a hammock type seat and steered' ;: of operation. Replace
.
1 your old water heater
;,
.. ,,, C with wires and levers" with a modern automat -
WALGREEN2 0 70C The airplane was 18 feet long I, 1 e Gretn's Fnti
R with a wing span of 22 feet anda --" s Gal water heater!
PAPER .C pd 22 horsepower engine that had,
WRAPPING / sto REGULAR 69 a nasty habit of quitting after a''

& RIBBON BABY, .a n re a Wool short Test-piloting time in flight.in those days said GREEN'S E"LA

FOR EVERY DAY OCCASIONS SiMrsoFT #TNM S5 Sponge Dr. Lissauer was taking your life ._ .

of120"x26" PANTS F in your hands every time you ,liJ .'1H, e 91 / '
Rolls >
3 Finest QuaIity2 0 70C went up. In fact Lissauer was a" ,-,,;t A.POrilS .-
Paper 4 Sizes & unconscious for three days after
l I
4 Rolls ofRibbon. ofColors the crash of one of the planeshe

.Your Choice Only 23' REGULAR $100SUNGLASS'ES was testing. Furniture Co.
Choice Only t ( r rar After making a name for him
self in aviation, he obtained Pilots *

Licence No. 22 for Germany. ST. CLOUD
Paint Tray KISSIMMEE
F Because of his intense interest in

Atuaaive 2 0 101 aviation he was a test -Pilot fora ..
couple}: of years, from the end
Roller Styles & Shapes !I I I THE MILK THAT GIVES YOU
and
BOiiIEr. of 1910 to 1913 testing
.. .-.-..._ 3 QT, P OlY
.w al .EQS y to 98e Bubbling improving most of the new typesof MONEY
F Holds airplanes of that day. MORE FOR YOUR
o Use. Antony Fokker in 1913 asked:
BATH OIL
R 1 Quart Lissaner to organize his (Fok- b OrtM

... : kers) first airplane plant in Ber .... hwiMmtlMr, Mate fM4.
.. ---- O1oiceoElour2 :99c line Fokker was the designer of .....,. +" .. far M ........
MASTER-DAS l Imported l d I the. airplane: that was to give Hut ..... T. .. LM mitt. to. C. rMn ,r
Full Fashion i, Allied pilots so much trouble in farariM 111 Coatral F1erWa.httw /
Gloiy .. .
Milk' m m mtrt tto> /
DUTCHCHAMOIS 98eFormuIa20 ..nr the first World War. .... w.n --.... aw.o r... w a /
Lissauer that "Only the
.
says tarts TIMN'I rwn fw r'+rrararr
:" HAIR SPRAY Wright Brothers in America and III waIatW w IY1K
Y 1 / Fokker in Germany had the basic .
research in aviation which
upon
r t 1( Lanolized.Ia 2 : 99c E all others based their plans." Lis RAt 2 ,r
i1 13. 4V5oz.} aerosoL r saner believed Fokker to be the IEJISt Iwt

best flier that he ever knew.With .
Tanned REGULAR 5c / the approach of hostilities
NYLOH
in Germany, Lissauer under
RONAWAKEPUSnGVEGETABLE t Y BAG civilian contract became the first i
Shopping build for & C Si E /
engineer to airplane
HOSIERY &. 1 the German Air Force. TITAN HOUSED VITAMI p Iy
post lc FREE He was Chief Engineer of Han- r

51 Gauge 15 Denier FillY BIN sale seatische Flugzeugwerke in Hamburg r

an airplane plant which pro-
201' forage for dread bombers and fighters until

3" Onions. Potatoes 155. the end of the war,
Cucumbers etc. ---.r..ar-- ----r-"! a.--------- .r-- .r.o -------. t After the war he returned

.Holds>a Peck SCHMIDT A.'lD YATES I' private industry again designingprecision '' + .

I BALL Colors PENAttractive 2:50C: : BROADWAY PHARMACY burg. in his instruments own plant and in apparatus Ham.. B

His instruments and develop '

THE8MOMETERFEVER 69 I 127 BROADWAYPHONE, _TI_. .6-2331, KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA, : ments in electronics gained him in coo re* rr..AT TOV aaoecrraas
a reputation as a pioneer CALL r none ftcuvur.

Oral or Rectal'''' I Wal9A.eeit llfg, Rqf DRUGSTORE. I radio Early in in Europe.1933, with Hitler's tide For Home Delivery: Phone TI 7-2595

rising in Germany, Lissauer fled
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Page] 2A The Kissimmee Gizette, Thursday March: SI,1960
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1< M pt PTA to Elect Officers April 11 I

s a
The Kissimmee Parnt Teacher Florence Simonsen, chairman,
,
'f Association will hoed i its annual Connie )partin, Sam Codes, Nina
d e meeting Monday, April 11th, at been set up by the PTA as a
r __ ___ the school cafeteria.The nominating eoramutae to guarantee -
meeting and election will one candidate for each office.
_
begin promptly at 8 p.m. and an Additional nominations will be
z planned to be brisk to alffrw .ttm4 accepted from the floor but each
h
'tj : aI : tr for the last pre-election school persofl trbmfnated must have been
forum. asked in advance and mast hate
agreed to serve for the full year.
I i resistant. The marigolds are coming The PTA has voted to allot $130to
t t$ send all new officers to thelive
i. up, the gallardia, petunia,
phlox-all self seeders so glorybe day conference at Gainesvillein
aE for r.iy aching back! June.

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TOURNAMENT WINNERS-Trophies were presented Tuesday to the winners of a series of shuffleboard -
tournaments held during the past three weeks at the Kissimmee All States Tourist Club. V CHECK THE JOB. .. CHECKTHE MAN...
a They ire: No. 1-left to 'right. Jay Rnffner second and F. A. Crowley, first, being presented! a trophyby
J. D. Benton who sponsors the Benton toarnjri ent. No. Broadway Pharmacy tournament winners .
1h n a left to right Ed Hansen, Harlan Holcomb second Mrs. and Air. John Taylor first John Mae- THEY GO TOGETHER! _
'1 ; Gillivray presents the trophy. No. 3-Gab Singles, left to right, Ruth Humphreys, Earl Rowsey,
second, Marie Rowsey ind Bert Everett, first. Grissom' Doubles, men's, Jay Ruffner and Frank ELECT
Crowley, first Grant Humphrey and Wayne Galbreath, second. No.5, Grissom's Doubles ladies,
x ?F ni Marie Rowsey and Era Billingsly. first, ,Ella Horning and Ruth Humphreys, second. No. 6, Riedel
Tournament, Sirs. Edna Irwin and Howard Senecal!, second, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eveertt, first. (Photo
by Cooper)

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Garden Club ElectsOfficers good This for may them.sound like heresy but I

i it is more true after the soakingwe
received-watch the wafer on
r ,i road your plants, they will need much
Tuesday right now to counter-act spring commissioner of AGRICULTURE
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time and that water standing on
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The Kissimmee Garden Club elected as follows: president, Mrs. Many annuals can be planted p... .... ...
met with the following count of Robert Metzger; first vice presi- .now-get the ones that are sun-
circle members present: Day Lily, deri -Mrs. R. Stan Evans; second ----- -
six; Gloriosa, three; Hibiscus, sis; vice president, Mrs. Webster Collins
i t Rose, six. ; :recording secretary, Mrs. ELLIOTT'S GROCERY STORESTWO
a __ The president, Mrs. Robert A. :E. Whaley; corresponding sec
: : : : Metzger, presided over the business retary, Miss Louise Thomason;
i RN rc meeting and announced that and treasurer, Mrs. Albert Rog STORES TO SERVE YOUNo.
District VII had raised $25 for ers. The newly elected officers
the Slat House at Raiford with a will be installed at the annual: 1-831 Palm Way. Ph. TI 6-6333 e No. 2-720 Bermuda. Ph. TI 6-8622

_.. a.: fifth of the amount coming from luncheon May 16. OPEN MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 6 ilL to 8 P.DL FRIDAY'TIL 9 & SAT. TILL 101'. M.
the Kissimmee Club. She presented The. by-laws were amended to.
the annual president's re- change Article 5, Section 1 to BEEF
read:" "Dues for active members
Mi port.Mrs.. -Malvin Samuel gave a shall be $2.50 a year. Dues for PLA TE STEW Ib 29c SALE
t talk on horticulture naming these associate members shall be $3.00a i .
plants for the contest list: Honey year". Starts Thur. noon thru
i cups (Cassia bicapsulia), yellow A most illuminating report ROUND BONEShoulder SAT., April 2nd
E bell (Allamanda carthartica), upon the paper mills and indus Roast lb. 5'g'
confederate rose (hibiscus muta- tries in Florida was presented by CVE WILL CUT TO ORDER -
s bilis) and star jasmine (jasinum- Craig Bell conservation foresterof ALL MEAT\ :ANY CUT OF BEEF
in nitidum). this area. Mrs. E. J. Ladue > YOU WANT if it isn't in
The Nominating Committee and Mrs. Stan Evans gave an interesting our Show Cases.
BEEF STEW 69c
+g YP presented the following slate of talk. on "Birds Nature'sProtectors" : lb. --ii-
officers.who were. unanimously ...... _
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3 PAT DUKE
: GOOD HEAVY,BEEFROUND
This is the last call for the ed sticks. If all those sticks live-
4 I "Whether the Weather Flower in a few can all come
years you
4 ( Show" for come Saturday and STEAK 79c
: : Sunday of this week, you can see the Duke Azalea Garden on lb.
I just hie yourself off down to the Fish Lake-sounds scrumtlous: !
: .e.1i soddon lakefront, enter the American These wonderful days are just GOOD HEAVY BEEF .
Legion Home during the what the doctor ,ordered for the
hours of 2 p.m. to $ p.m. and en- home gardener. Now is the timeto BONE
STEAK
i ter "glory land". You do not-do get an early start on bloom, lb. 85c
i t not-have to be a member of the etc., so put out your Caladium
Garden Club to visit nor to enter bulbs, tuberrose gladiolus, crin- GOOD HEAVY BEEFSIRLOIN
.any class in the show. Just get um, morae. Talking about bulbs,
your potted plants there on Friday we saw the most exquisite tulips
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: '?T afternoon, your specimen blooming in Mount Dora; and the STEAK lb. 83c
r-i blooms and branches on Saturday wcman of the home told us that :i
:, : morning; and your artistic ar- she planted the bulbs in Novemberand 1

I r : < >', yI nfrgemient by 10:30 Sr t day: whenever a day turned warm GOOD HEAVY BEEF RIB STEAK lb. 69c t
morning. she would go out and cover them
+ e. i It is hoped that the public with ice-cubes. I ask you-how PALM RIVER '
vF. < will avail bad do you want a tulip? They
i themselves of the goldien
opportunity to go see, criti- were really beautiful, thanks to SMOKED SLAB BACON lb. 29c
s cize, and enjoy this flower show the refrigerator. To me, nothing
for it is going to be "super" with is more lovely in this section LYKES
those judges, etc. No charge only than a border of gay caladium
leaves and I have just been wait- $1'HICKORY
if you feel it was worth your CIRCUS WIENERS
,3lhs.
r viewing-then a little plate for a ing to get my bulbs back in the
silver offering will be set up and ground (yes, I did pull mine up HILLSMOKED
last Scatter bone
year) some
your donation will be greatly ap-
preciated. As you must realize meal around your bulbous plants, '
there is some expense involvedin if you cannot get it, use cottonseed SAUSAGE 31bs. $1
this fine presentation,but the meal, but use it lightly-
main point is "Come see it". well, ,use it anyhow for it is

Oh, boy was that District
r- Tour something! And I refuse to
tr tell, you a word about the fine I
r d got in Mount Dora. For a "cer-
Y AVie tainty"* it was the most expensive FAIR LANE FORD TUDOR

:frrb80D snooping I've ever done. Are all' -
women as hateful as a woman
j r+ t policeman? The. homes and gar-
L dens were simply lovely and I ,

rat : for one redoing came the home house all enthusedover and fin- jf: ;;::: -- IN OUR SHOWROOM

i. ishing the five-year undone yardoh -. .:-:
excuse: me-the undone garden ..
WITH SMALL CAR ECONOMY:
The first home comment I
got over ray trip is unprintableand T-:
AND
a big horse-laugh"accompanied -
it but the ole boy went alongto
help me get some Azalea root
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Kissimmee Gazette Thursday March :31. 1960 Page' 3AChicken 1 eggs on a bicycle in DeFuniak and way to market Water requiredfor
parlayed his small earnings into each bird averages five gal rooms, drained; 1 pound thin spaghetti -
Past Grands
Noble
'large fortune, still knows the ; 1 clove garlic, minced; 2%
Is Tasty3 value of a dollar. Ions.Chickens should never be soak- cups tomato juice: 1 can Italian To Meet April 24

"r.\ : :; **You get more for your'money ed in water since they are highly tomato paste; 1 tablespoon salt, 1 K The Past Noble Grand Club *f
I : teaspoon 1 small bell
\ if you buy a large bird because of absorptive and this would dilute sugar; pep- the Rebeicahs will meet at the
per, U cupdry red wine, H .,
Also the the flavor or take the taste cup
InexpensiveAs greater. proportion of meat to away olive oil; U teaspoon oregano. home of Mrs. Lucy Haralin Thursday
**
completely.
4 bone he advises. .
Salt, pepper and lightly flour a ., April 21th at 8 p.m.
And a large fryer is just as When buying a bird to broil, fry chicken. Brown slowly in oiL Re- All past noble grands are invited -
tender as, and probably or even roast, pick between .
one
more to attend.Pnlitical
cheap as it is, could have move chicken from oil and cook
you are processed, has passed along
healthy than a small one. "Theyare 2tjr to 3% pounds, wellproportioned
chicken not only garlic, pepper and onions until rv
Sunday for
every some timely tips housewives ar
the with broad
generally same Koer- a full-fleshec
but during the week: as well. Par- when shopping for poultry: ber : age til onions are transparent. Add Rallies
saysl "A healthier} bird:<< usual- breast. High quality poultry will salt
and and
adoxically, Floridians average eating The whole is cheaper than its ly grows faster." have a soft, glossy skin, be creamy pepper sugar oreg- To Besrirt.Saturday
Simmer 2 hours
chicken less than twice ano. % to 3 or
a
parts. If buy a box Although Koerber is white or corn yellow and
you or pack- a sticklerfor slightly
until A
month. thick. Add olives, mushroomsand series of political ralliesTxmsored
age of breasts or drumsticks, you cleanliness (his monthly soap I waxy to the touch. .
wine. Simmer 10 minutes
the Osceo
This elegant fowl is not only inexpensive pay a higher price proportion bill at the plant runs up to $700)he I Although chicken is of the hy County
one longer. Add chicken and simmer n O"'ratie' Executive Committee
it is
high in important ately.
I recommends that housewives 4
lowest-priced meats in the mar. 30 minutes more. Serve with Par will hwn this Saturday when nile
mineral '
content and low in calo- "You might as well buy the : only rinse their chickens under ket, it can be cooked in cheese individual : -
ries. One serving equals about 120 whole chicken many mesan on phte -ndid-tes for stat and county
I says Koerber the faucet and dry them off. ,
taste-teasing Here for of
ways. example the tt
Place
spaghetti. spars' .,
calories, compared to 356 in lamb. "You for it A ficies will be invite.1 to speak
pay vigorous is
anyway. scrubbing not
is real *
necessary ,
epicurean
a treat in
: a large pot (six quarts) c Curiously .
Besides those imported, Also, it's ": Narcoos! at 7
some more economical to since a chicken is kept constantly Chicken and Spaghetti Cook '1 p.m.
salted water.
50 million pullets, fryers, cut it yourself to the boiling, '. The schedule of rallies for theremainder
capons up tune of under a stream of water 2 medium fryers, halved; 2 6 minutes or until just tender. /. .'. <..
hens and broilers are raised in about a nickel a pound, usually. from the time it reaches the plant, onions, sliced thin; 1% cups tomato Drain put back in the hot pot : ",- of the month will be
Florida each year. Henry Koer- This German immigrant, who cackling in a wire cage, until it puree; 1 teaspoon paprika, U with. -a little butter and a lid TRADITIONAL DISH-Fromajardis. Minorcan pastry traditional .< follows: Aoril 9th. Holonaw,
ber, owner of a DeFuniak Springs,started in the chicken business 30 lands in a neat plastic package teaspoon black pepper; 10 stuffed until ready to serve. at Eastertime with the descendants of the Minorcans in St. Au- 2-30 o.m.: Kenansville. 7 p.m.;
plant where nearly half this many years ago-it is said-by peddling under a load of cracked ice on its green olives, sliced; 1 can mush- gustine. Cheese and eggs are combined with hot pepper for the Anril lCht. Camnbell Station At
filling. In St. Augustine' the seasoning is the datil pepper, a high' I Funks Lumber Mill. 7 p.m.; April
.ly spirited pepper reputed to grow only in the St. Augustine
Fine 23rd St. Cloud, 7
I Squash Makes locale. Cooks elsewhere can use'ground red pepper. Made on a pan.; April
30th,
Dish In Any SeasonTake smaller scale, fromajardis make a fine hot hors d'oeuvre. Kissimmee.


5 AVE dr two incongruities, mix A Traditional Dish CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
SOCIETY
well and come up with a delicious
squash dish. 110 Dakin Ave. (Brahman Inn
CIIP Hotel) Sunday Services 11 a.m.
THIS CERT THISNTITLCOUPp N I50 / The first incongruity is summer For Easter FareReligious Sunday School 9:30 a m.
'
that in the winter-
squash
grows
a You TO Wed. Night Services 8 p.m. I
1i Op Ifalue time. Florida's sub-tropical cli-
Siamps. mate not only makes this possiblebut celebrations are fre- the following: -- -

FREE AT "' abundantly so. The second incongruity quently associated with traditional Sift dry ingredients together.Cut .

YOUR EARE ST. is this colorful yellow foods.. Eastertime among Minor-I in shortening until mixture
W'NN-D'X'E' vegetable (that Is as Americanas looks like coarsely ground meal ff1dr
ST descendants in the ancient
VOId After OR E the redman who introduced it can Sprinkle with water, working

April Jrd A lrrrrt One Coupon y 0 Adult( t to their white brothers) in the city of St. Augustine means with fork until dough Is moist TO ATTEND
$5.00 Or More With hands of a French chef. fromajadis-a popover type pas- enough to hold together. Form .
fOOd Order Jacques and Paulette Gely, try with a cheese and egg filling} dough ball and place on a floured You people'*,ffl the Ck gospel the l friendly muse,

French and French Canadian highly seasoned with pepper.St. bread board. the strong B3>l. meuogti.

SOD Std respectively, operate L'Aubergethe Augustine, this country's For filling combine: ThoM without a church home
( inn) in Orlando-where the oldest city, was founded by Spainin 1lb1 sharp cheese grated finely k or. .sp cialfy invittdL

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD Thru Saturday, April 2nd house specialty is coq a vin broiler 1565 and will soon celebrateits 1 teaspoon ground red pepper fHHllatp4iEi1
in wine). Orlando is smack in 400th birthday. In the 18th i teaspoon salt
PURE ALL VEGETABLE the middle of Florida's citrus and century, however, a new and powerful -! Baet eggs until thick and lemon ,J Iln III I IWII
winter vegetables. Jacques had cultural influence was felt : colored, add cheese,' red pepper
never before seen summer squash.It in the community. Some miles and salt
r'v! Lb. was love at first sight. south of St. Augustine an Eng- Roll dough out -as for thin Bible Study ___ 9:45: a.m.
Squash A L'Auberge lish physician had attempted to pie crust. Drop a tablespoon of Training Union _.._ 6:15 p.m.

HI Can 4' large onion chopped establish an agricultural colonyof cheese and egg mixture several Worship Services:

,, iL I ii f! 2 green peppers chopped= Minorcans in 1767. The colonywas inches from edge of crust. Fold 8:30 am.11:00 am. & 7:30 pra.CHURCH .
,
< imit one with 2 tablespoons tomato paste not well planned and after crust over mixture loosely. Cut
7", rft $5 or more UJ 1 stewed the semi circle
r cup tomatoes several half starved years containing mixture
.
fl l" -
V43y' Food Order L.J: t i cup water colonists deserted. With great with saucer by roiling on edge.

% 1 pin h sugar hardship, they made their way Pinch edges of bottom 'and top t/
I day NEW DAY RICH, FULL FLAVORED salt and pepper to taste overland to St. Augustine.At together. Spear top over mixture

1 pound summer squash coarsely} :I. that time Florida was a with fork tines. Place fromajardion
chopped British possession and the governor greased cookie sheet. Repeat. ST. AND SPROUU AVE.
Dr. H. P.Amos,
Patter
;3 l tablespoons vegetable oil was sympathetic toward the When available space on rolled
; i Lightly brown chopped onion in Minorcan's, plight. Besides, activi- pastry is used form another ball
'_ COFFEEBAG5I00SS. s vegetable oiL Add chopped pepper, ties in other British colonies that of dough with scraps and roll out

: 1 tomato paste, stewed tomatoes, eventually led to the American again. This recipe will make
rJ : t water, sugar and seasonings. Sim- Revolution were such that a few about 24 large fromajardis.
mer for five minutes. Add course- hundred refugees in St. Augustinewas For hors d'oeuvves: reduce the
ly chopped: squash and cook together of little importance to the amount of mixture for each and e
slowly for 20 minutes. British crown. The Minorcans just cut with a smaller dish or biscuit
LIBBY Yellow Cling CRACKIN' GOOD Butter Flavor Garnish with chopped parsley. settled down and proved a quiet cutter. Addition to crushed garlicor

At N t : S'300 IJ11I4 n. 10." .an industrious people, stayed on garlic salt to cheese and egg
'r Peachesse I 1" n/ when Florida was returned to mixture makes a spicier treat to
Cn O' 0 0 i-g.e's Pk;
.
7 Thrift Club PlansAchievement Spain'and then purchased }by the accompany .cocktail 2IL..
LIBBY luscious Fruit LIBBY Hawaiian Pineapple DayThe young United States. The folk- Bake fromajardil atooTOO minutes -
and of St. Augustine in pre-heated 425 degree
ways mores
303 S'; 00 0 Limit.4Please 144) $100'I Thrift Home Demonstration today are closer to the Isle of oven or until golden brown .,
k I J f..,you cula. 'I I"HAMILTON
0 C. t a.1 E Cans U l; Ice Cans Dx. Club met Tuesday afternoonat Minorcan: than to Spain. Historical FUNDS. Hamilton it .. Is.vestment -
the Livestock Pavilion with 25 The fromajardi is one of the Society fund holding common
members and six guests present. dishes that has endured and is To Meet Tuesday ,'.ch in ever SO Amort-
SUNNYLAND SWEET SMOKED Mrs. Emogene Smith presidedat currently enjoying something ofa can componttt, selected for
The Osceola
Historical
FULL HALF OR WHOLE the business meeting at which renaissance. Full size it is a County Income .nd growth pe..Ibilitio I-
4' Society will meet Tuesday, April
\. "-A ..t, time: roll call was responded to hearty dish. Small bite-size from- *. Fees proiptcln
}I ,1. t.. 5th, at 8 p.m. at the home of
J I pI' 't>...;; the question "What ajardis make an exciting hot booklet frontBEA
are -
you preparing Mr. and Mrs. Preston Buffington,
", IiI' for Achievement Day?" hors d'oeurve or holiday party 411 New York Ave., St. Cloud. SCAGGS

; 49 It was announced that Achive- fare.Either An intere&irtg program has 19 N. Clyde Ave.
r f. HAM" Ib ment Day has been scheduled for use your favorite pie been planned. Those interested in Phone TI 7-2060
{. I Kay 5th. A workshop on leather crust recipe: with the addition of historical events are invited to
.$ ]j. -TIl, ,: will be held in April. i teaspoon of baking powder or ,tend.
( :: ..
I .. !\ 'fl' : _-': Mrs. Pearl Snyder conducted a
.' 1 : 1! -- game on flowers which was the
theme of the month. This was .
;,.e j a 4. ., Jennie Jewell Gr. "A" Dr. & Dr. Quick Frozen won hy Mrs. Jessie Green. if

'". \?, Miss Following Marilyn the Dietrich business spoke session on New SPelts; :

.ROASTING the short course to be held at
Gainesville in July and introducedMrs.

I W. Madison of St. Cloud ,
Y : who gave an interesting demon- J
CHICKENSIbZvWD stration on cosmetics.
I h Refreshments
were served by
Mrs. Harl Snedaker, J. Goss andG 1g sac

Verhoeks. '

"Branded" FlavorfulCHUCK

Wesleyan Guild ToHeet 4

Monday NightThe 1r /

ROAST Ib 49
Wesleyan Service Guild will
meet Monday April 4, at 8 p.m.
at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth
Full Cut Round Club Dillard at Lake Cecile.
,
:Mrs. Helen
Lombardy will
pre- : e
sent the program. All membersare PAT.

iN urged to attend. PQ1R . .
SIRLO STEAK Ib 89 t'c c;

Cubs To Hold Pack : \llcloii6 AND ONLY

Meeting Thursday Including BURIED TREASURE I
Ace High FrozenORANGE .
Cubmaster Emerson What a treat! NOW a !large cup of Super Sue Orange
Plylar an- Sherbert and Vanilla Ice Cream-and a different plastic,
nounce that the regular monthly Buried Treasure in each cup-all! far enly 10?. Yes.24
Pack meeting for Cubs and par- different kinds of toy figures to collect Have fun with
JUICE 8 $100 ents will be held Thursday; March this good eating Super Sue Special Get some to-day.
CANS 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the Methodist
Education Building by the corner A different sur-PRIZE in EVERY

,. of Church and Sproule. Super Sue Buried Treasure Cup. 5
U. S. No. 1 Fancy Golden Bantam The Cub Pack Committee has

asked no Cub him may to remind attend parents the pack that START YOUR COLLECTION ,


FRESH CORN 6 39lI meeting guardian.The .without parent or legal /

EARS evening's proceedings will

: include,. says Plylra Cub skits, I m-/O 0I
I welcoming of new Den Mothers
and new Cubs, and discussion of
activities.
_summer




I ELECT ROBERT G. MURRELL ,'




The first opportunity 2 t : ,
.f .on.i : ,
years that the voters '

Ninth,Judicial Circuit will have GROUP NO.,5 ,

a choice: i in of Orange a Circuit County.Judge resiident Y OUR CIRCUIT JU'DOE 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ; ,, ,,,,


'There's' No Substitute :For Justice"The
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r' per lineal front foot. Pare 6A The KUsimmet.; Gazette Thursday, March 31, I960
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I ''f( (6)) Cherry Street from Main Street to Royul Street $%.00
per lineal front foot.
The total estimated coot of such Improvemer-ts. ton:) all of said meets I '
I /' p.4' and the less Lot S BUt-r.- Wesley A. and '
to be paid by the property owners by City as above net forth.
Rasa *
are aa follows: Robert Addn Bertha Perktna ...___._ 95'
Property owner ____.________.. V3C.271.7C IOU AV 2r Lr>t 4; Blk. F < I
City of Klsslmme *!S.5SL5tThe Brian's Subd. Richard L. GrooverLota ,:... --._. 2S !
proportion of the total expenses of said street to be paid by the! 1054 Lot 4 Elk F Brra' ,
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City is for clearing, grading, drainage relocating utilities. Intersections "Ubd. less. U. J* C. Rw"ntf11'-.---.- Ce-
and engineering aa above set forth herein.Section 19(3IOC 4 & S Elk O. Robert :
S. The nature tuf the proposed Improvements to each of said Lass: Addn leas Nl" Lot 4nebcc Bratton ..---- isrCC
streets with the type of paving and the widths thereof are as above set Lot 0 Elk Q
1'f Flr forth herein. Further details of such proposed' improvements on said Robert Bas Addn T. Adrian Bovls et us ____ *
streets are shown on an .assessment plat with the rfana and specifies 114ios Lot 7: Aderhold. Subd. f'f
f J tlons of such proposed Improvements and the estimated cost thereof, on- 109501v Block K or Robert A.d.naymolld Franklin ______ 9S
t file In the office of the City Manager of said City. U. of N'2 lot Co
The lands designated upon which the special assessments shall be Aderhold'a Suhd. of
levied are as follows: Blk K. Robt Bass Adda. Dorothy C. Ford ...........__ 49
; Lot C less \V 4V Aderhold .

Subd of Elk J.. Robert ,
J JUt'LE COST(FROM PER lI FT.TM\EB 11.31 TO Ari/TMA\. ) Bass Addn. Paul Baker ___--:.._____ EO'Inc
.... Lots 2 ft; 3 Blk J. Robert .';':
Pareel V.. 0.-.1. Owaer" Frost. Feet Addn. O. IX Porter-....-.; _______ isr
143C \t"% LoU IS ft U. Blk D. i iOsborne 107S Let 1. Blk J, Robert flail E. P. and

ft O'Neals Adda. Addn less S Si' Callle U Nell .. :._....-... ce
Less the N 47.S Mrs Arthur Potter ____ 72.5* 1.(!. Lots Elk I
1437 X 47.V of WH Lots IS ftK. .OJotr<< Bass 144"1.1 less

Elk D of Osborne itfTNeala B ir Lot 2 Warn M. Oalbreath .__..___ 120"7P
t Addn Steve JCeher et UT --- 47.5' IOU x ifto Lot 1 ft:. n ir of
1434 Lots 13 ft 14. Blk D. Oa \100'Lmt2Blkl. .

borne ft O'Neals Addn. L. E. MacOregor _________ 120' Robert Bas Addn. Mr. Emma Rogers __._ ..
tJ 143303 Lot U, Blk U Oeborneft
; O'Neals Addn. Moxelle 8. Macfirecor .___ t0'
J 1433.02 Lot 11. HIlt I>. Osborae Marie Fraser and !
a Addn. Margaret MeNallyGeorge ROYAL!
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tor. ------ Fret> FNt"UlSi
1433.01 10. Elk D. Osborne .
Lot* 4. 5, 6. Blk T Ruth 4ttlefle1d A. '
ft O.St'al.ddn. A. Perkins ____
1ks 1432 Lot'. Blk I>. Osborne et nx C9'. Robert Bas Addn8H Epoch lleraberc ..._____. __.. 19$*
ft as..al.ddll.. Edgar W. Glass et ox ___.___ C\d' IC2 Lot 4. ftV>4 o S4 -
1438 Lot 1. Blk B, OiborneAEM'K Lot 5 Elk C. Robert
ftO'Neals Adda lei ; Ban Addn. E. C. McKee ___._____ 99

lv 43 J. E. Doughty __._____ 10' 959 SH Lot I.A E% of S' ,
Y 1440 Blk E. Osborne Lot S Blk S. Robert
ft hR. Addn. Jlm Barker ........__.___ eo' Has Addn. Hilda C. Bronson ____ 99
t r- f J 1442 E 9':' Lot 3. Blk R. U.02 S 100' Lot 4 Blk 3. WIlliam H. and
Osborne ft O'Neal Addn. Mary F. Richardson _____ tot Robert Bas Addn. Eleanor M. Smith ......--. CC*
1443 lot 4. Elk .:. Osborne ftVNeala "5.11 Ijot f Blk -9. Robert Marvin O and
< Addn. O. E. Croiton ______________ CO' Bass Addn. Iwrothf R. Purdy ....___.._._ Ce"
KISSIMMEFrs
CHAMPION' SPELLERS-Alice Thomas left named in the Orlando Sentinel
was city: champion sponsored spelling: 1444 E 80 Lot 5. Elk E.Osborne 9CC.02 S'. Lot C Elk 9. '
bee held here last week. Kunner-np was Suzanne Robinson second from left, while Martha Sessions and Tommy Andrews tied for third ft O'Neals! AdJn.144C Charles M. Welgner et ux ___ CO Robert Bass .Adn Louis XVentler et ux __.____ (5'

place. All are sixth grade students. These ,,winners will compete with the St. Cloud winners for the county championship on April 20. Osborne Lots. e.&ft 7.O'Blk.alll E. Addn. 7.03 K 50'rtLoriJ.nl d 10, Leo B. Brain ....-__:--- 66'
U. S. Chapman et ux 120
(Photo by Cooper) 1447 Lot >. Blk E. Osborne ?- US Lot 5 ft C. Elk 10,

ft O'Nealllddn.. Charles U Billing ____..___ CO' Robert* Ba*. Addn Jess Patterson et nx ______ 132'
NEW 1UHK A\KMK FROM "lUR: : TO ACLTUtM. S9S.OJS92.01 N 75 of'1v1 i Blk 17,
COST PER: FT. n.1I Robert Bass Addn Ernest N. 'Wa< Parrrl N.. Denrriptf.sj Owner Frost Feel N 4V of EH Elk 17,
I Teen-Age Crime Is Problem For Parents 1415 S 100* of W12'BlkC Robert Bas Addn Albert I* Kerr et nx ......._- 9S
Osborne ft O'Neals Adds Albert Malatedt ______ 100' tS'.Oi' N-4-LotFt. 2i 3. Elk 1(. -
1417 N 117 of S 217, Blk C Norman L. and Robert Bass Addn. )J4& Donegan ________._ US-

Osborne ft O'N..lsddll.. Ratio N. WON ............... 117' 9S59SJ X SO- of W 99V INk 1S.
HIS N23'ofW7VLot4&S1;* Robert Bass AddnE Loren 1[ Nelson ........_--- 99
By C. W. TYNDALL, Ph.D want them and who learn how to eliminate it as a major problem. times, of W 71'. Lot 5. Blk C. S 99'rrfr1.jd: :: 15.
J. Adrian oaJjt I et uk ...______ 99
In of with Osborne ft Addn. Madie Hayes .............
a survey teenagers -f"rt: --- 40'
raise them in that watch
All of small children a manner en- ((9)) for the kind of behavior 1421 N 43' of W 6.: 9f. N 95 Lot I, Blk 14
parents ables them to feel loved and criminal records it was found that ilk C Osborne ft O'Neals Robert Bass Addn millarD Mueller .____ (C*
should face the shocking fact that that could become habitual and ':C.U W CO of N 100 Lot f. Frank C. and Mary C.
them had developedone Addn. Marjorle D. Honetor ...___.__ 43
wanted do'not develop the kind of every one of 1432 l.ot6&S10'Lot7.: Blk. 14. Robt Ban Adda. Snyder; .______._.____.___ Ca'
teenagers are rapidly replacing: habits that result in teenage criminal or more of the following five develop teenage criminal ten atilt C. Osborne ft 97C02 E 72 of N (0*. Ink 14
adults major crime dencies Robert Bass Addn Hubert R Blackwell et .... 72'l'HEItltr
as our prob- and correct it if possible ux
tendencies. Raising childrento types of habitual behavior before gIUdn.eft: Raymond R. Sessions et ux .. 7ft
lem. Most teenagers are honest or 14:3 all Lot f, ATR.RO'' MAIN TO ROALCOST >
feel that they are loved and I he was eight years old: Blk C Osborne ft O"SealllHjalmar Band PER FT.OWar

and alter law-abiding the fact that but the this crime does rate not I wanted is a difficult job that re- ((1)) cruelty to other children ana ((10)) check with the family doctorto 1423142C Addn.K CO' Lots 1 ft %. Blk D. Bertha Helen Larson .---... 110 Pareet94S K 814.. fAt DeMerlvrle 4 & 8% or WH "- *.. Feet I

pets, see if there is anything Osborne. O'Nealo Addn. Lot. i, Btlc 6.
quires planning patience and un ft Mrs. W. W. Eldridge _______ 120' '
for teenagers has increased more Lot 3. Block D. Onborne ftONeals Robert Bass Addn Alexander H. Gilbert et TJX 99
((2)) lying, I physically wrong and if not get ---
than hundred duringthe derstanding. It would be unrealistic Addn. f4993S S'H Lot < ft 8H of E{.
one percent and other I psychological help. Ed L. Black et ux ----____ CO lot 6. BIX 5.
to expect all parents to be ((3)) destroying toys 1427 Lot 4. Elk 1). Osbome ft
past fifteen years. Another ( Addn. Robert Rasa Adda Ray L. Strajrer et ux .......... 99
disturbing fact i is that when a able to raise their children to property All parents should check up OQ 1429 1e.lB U Oeborae ft Miss Llssle Mae Newton --- 60' X43 S 100 Blk 6.

with feel sufficiently loved and wantedto ((4)) stealing themselves to make.sure that theyare O'Neals I Add Clarence Lula U. ,Hickey D. and CO' Robert Bas Adds Cttrenee I* Ivey et ux ._.-. 192
trouble
teenager gets into : --- S 50 of Wtt Blk 1.
1430
8 60', Lot c. Elk D.Oxborne
the law and is stamped with a enable all of them to grow up ((5)) improper interest in sex. following a plan for living. ft O'Neals! Addn. Nellie L. Maynard ._____ 60 Robert BASSAddi\ Cecil Norris _____...?_.___. 99
to be good citizens, however now Most children occasionally en- that will prevent their children 142S Lot 7 ft N 10' Lot C, 93 9 EH of S<4 Blk 4. .
criminal label he is seldom
re- Blk D. Osborne ft O'Neals Robert BAS Addn Arlo L. Lawrence et HX ........ 55Kredrtok
in of ..
that parents have an opportunityto gage one or more tne e from developing habits of De. i 933 S !99.75! of \VH Blk 9.
habilitated. While some are rehabilitated ttdni. Mrs. Olin Lucas .............. 70 a
and become useful citizens learn the types of child be- types of improper behavior but havior that results in teenage i 1431 Elk D. Osborae ft Robert Ears Addn Tewkiburr et 9f
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: to 0-Neals Addn. O. IX Parsons. et ux ...______ CO 930 8 CC' of EH! Elk 4. Maurice I C. duhiiir.-----
the number is so small thatit havior that develop teenage crim- they are not likely develop criminal tendencies. Unless par I.\.H.,H STREET (FROM M1J\OL1A TO \10:) Robert Bass Addn ins II. Onttrhouett ............ 99
obvious that rehabilitation is inal tendencies they should oe criminal tendencies and become ents recognize and live up to COST I'ER 1U.OO 9i \S100' of N U. Blk 7. HQward H. and
is teenage criminals unless Parrel A.. DeoerfptUa Owaer Frost Fret Robert Baa Addn. Myrtle M. Rbiaehalt ..-_....._ 100'
not the answer to out teenage able to raise\ their children: better the Behavior their responsibilities they can: not 2033 Lots 17 18, 19, Elk D Murray E. Hlrtiel ft 952 E SS' of X 150 B'k' 7.

crime problem. than previously and begin to reduce is allowed to become habitual expect their children to grow up C. A. Carson Addn. Martha G. Hirtxel _._..____ ISO 95S Robert Bass Addn. E. E. McGonlral et OX ......... 9t
Lot 2 Blk S. Robert '
2031 Lot 1C. Blk D. C. A. David Joseph
Children whose\ parents love and teenage crime and eventually i before they are eight yearsof to be the kind of citizens: our Canon Addn. Cecil 'i Sylvester et ux ._..__.. SO Bass Adda.X Blankenihlp et ux ............-. CC
age. must have in order to 2032202S Lots 14. IS. Elk 957.02 SO* Lots 1 ft 2 Blk S,
country C A. Carson d.P. Thomas Parker et ux ........ 100' i Robert Baas Addn. "Edward Horst ....__..__._.__ 132
Children usually grow up ana continue to survive as a free nation 20292030! Lots 12. IS. Blk D KisslmmeeWarehouse 9C3 X 75' of Wtt Blk 9,

become good citizens when their governed by law. C. A. Carson Adda. Distributors Inc. __........ 100 Robert Bass ...-. Arlo Lawrence ................ 99'
Lots 10. 11. Blk D Clyd. L. andc. 9CS.03 W 60' of N 76' of E% Elk 9.
Students Who Made parents A. Carson! Adda. Jewell L. Simpson ________. 100 Robert Bam Addn. Glenn D. Peltoa et ux ......... CO
((1)) have sensible rules of conductfor 2022.02 Lots 17. 18. Blk C 913.04 B49'ofNLitlBlk9.
Miles C. A. Carson Addn. First Baptist Church ..._...... 100 Robert Baa Addn. Joseph ft: Anna M. MurpbyLot _... 49
the entire family that everyone Steve 2022.01 Lot 919& 2 : 3. Blk If .
18. Blk C C. A .
thoroughly understands Carson Addn. Stanley E. Miller __...____.._ SO 9C7 ftC7.01 Lot 2 aN .lrJtJ:: Blk lOOeorr! ManafleldLot __.-.._ ? '

Honor Roll ListedThe ((2)) set an example in good citizenship Joins FraternityRiley 2021 C.Lots.\.14.Carson 15, Blk Addn.C A. A. Harris ____.___._. 180' l. Blk o'Add". Resale l ltie andRobert crooks ....________ C(*

2014 W. 109.1' Lot 13. Blk C DAKIAKMK: 1KRIJH R.tlLHO4p TO JOH9TOCYAT \ STREET
Stephen Miles Jr., son C. A. Carson Addn. W. J. Barber ..._...__.. SO' I'FFl FT*. S2.90
((3)) consistently exercise just authority 2015 Lots S. C Blk C. A. FROM JOUV8TOS STRUCT: TO L.4KESHORR BLVD.)
honor roll Osceola High Acree Bruce Whitewolf Judy of Mayor and Mrs. Riley SMiles C. "
for ,
gy Carson Addn. Mrs. Lillian. Fryberfer _..._ ISO COST .'ER }1'. I4.1S
School for the fourth six weeks Roehrich Janice Alderman. churchof Sr., student at Georgia Tech majoring 101407 S 100' of E 100' Elk 2 Prel Xo. u.-rt.tt.. Owaer Frost Feet
((4)) regularly attend the S. H. Butler Addn. Mrs. Joe McCain __._.___... 100 131201 Lot 1 of Sun Shores
Tenth Grade in architecture was initiated ____.__
announced yesterday. H. Jr. UU'1I1Z.01
was their choice, I 101402 N 130' of S 230' of E 100' d. ......:_-.----- \V. Ingrain
the honor roll by Theresa Somers Robert Allen into Delta Tau Delta social .. 128'IOU Lots 7 ft I. Sun Short!
Making Blk 2. 8. H. Butler Addn. Francis Armstrong et ux
((5)) have their children attend Masonic Temple ....._._.___ 118'UII.OC
grades were: David Guy, Brenda Beatty, Nancy Sunday school regularly fraternity.Steve Cur A lot Elk,100"Juare 2, S. H. Butler In NE LordSun Shores Subd.Ult Lillian Maud William ._..._ 75

Seventh ,Grade Lory. Beverly Whalen, Jayne graduated from Osceola Addn. Lester W. James et nx ___._, ieo .5 Lot 12. Hun .hoft. J-t.:John's Episcopal -
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GerW' ;t, .(6) plan sensible daily activitiesfor 2200 leg 540' W ft 4U..r 8 Of Church, Rectory >-..--.--*-- U'
Peggy Armstrong, Connie Ber- their children High School in 1959, after which NB Cor Govt Lot 2 run 121205 Lots' 10. II. 13.. Sun Shores. .'
Eleventh Grade W 122 S 1708' E 122' Kubd. Lawrence Rogers et ux ...... 150
linsky Suzanne Wade, Marcie Dwight Horn Jodi Needham ((8)) know where their children are he entered Georgia Institute of N 110.'. Ethel J. .Reynolds .__..___. 170.1' 1311. Lot William Cannon'a
Lombardy Ann Metitska. Robyn and what they are doing at all Technology in Atlanta. 2199219C Bear at a point 332.5 R Adda. M. P. Stickler ft Son Inc. ..... 2IV
Joanne Roehrich Barbara Thack- of a point 140W ft 16..7* 13 .C A portion of Blk 25 of 0
Story James Theiss Patsy Bush S of NE Cor Govt Lot 2 run Si: Kla. RR Survey described
er, Dianne Golubski Connie Love, In J eed Rook M. Page ZU)(. P. MIckler ft 'Son. Inc.... 135.5
Kathy Wells Brenda O'DelL K too W 100 N too' E 100'oreaiB... Eubank ____.__ 100'
Diane Cockerille: Jimmy Bovis Beg at Intersection of S ; ,'1317.03. Blk. 25 of ,S. vFla.. RIt Survey -
Eighth Grade line of Vine Sfft line lee. that: ''Ortion 'owaed. .
Pat Cogar Dan Dorrell Jean Phillip Streetman Nancy White, LEGAL NOTICEIt of Innrstn St run S Vf 332.5' by. M. P. luckier L 'so..tac.Attantlc Coaat Lin RR'...... 150
Ruth Sussenberger Betty Hop- W 200- N IS"'' E 72.83' .\2SS.m L.OH,13 II. Blk U 01.. i .
Elliott Caroline Davis Simon N 156' E 1.01" Charles LaIUtnt'a( t't ux ..._ ESiS', ''T8na11A.kNlf-.J.8UI> WllUajn:H. 'Ingram. .Jr.et. ux. 114.76*
Terrell Julianne Miles Shelia pen: Beverly Benson Buddy Daw- RANDOLPH A\"I'Xl'F. FROM PK\FfELU TO .l"K ER) ,1263.0t,1.ets U.& Jt, Silk B.- .. ,
kins. 'COST PER'FT. 12.U0 Tplt"a' Iakevlew 8U\4.. Jacob: ,* Ethel Relu ......_._. IOq*
Daniels, Mark Lurie, Robert ESOD.5'TI0N Panel x.. n.:.rI.c... Owaer Preat Feet .125|! Lot* 11- 1tII; Elk a'T .. -. r .- ',.
Clements Margaret Needham Twelfth Grade Ulil Lot 3. Elk 21. W..A. a' nca. LaVvl uubd. .Earl W. Row.y __.._-..- 100
Linda Smith, Jane Hetherington A RESOLUTION PROVIDING KOll STREET IMPROVEMENTS Patrick Addn. less E .,' 121901 tot 19/ Ink ":.:foU." > o'
Mike Bast IN THE CITY OF KISSI315i)lt. I'UJRIIU.NU LEVYING AND of H 110' A. L.; &N,E1.. SUllebutli.lh.U"1I1i fl' laklt'{ee'.jMuhl.- yictor't\ ,France.! : .1 Trndeau .. SO
Rita Allen
Johnson Becky COLLECTING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS AGAINST PROPERTIES K 2.5t' Lot 2. Blk 21 J. .12,0' Lois'lO JJil/1'- ,
Ninth Grade Joanne Branch. Carol Ann DaW- SPEC IALLY BENKFITt I). W. A. Patrick Addn. A. .U. Stlneixurb _.......__. 27.58' Lot, JJ Hlk B.ToltraLakevlew'Subd. Eurea*' A. :aad *

Bill Stanko BE IT RESOLVED HT THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY 1SCC W% of N 130'Lot2 -- .- babiaae Lemenacer. ..._. 1SJ-1/5
Bunny DeRamua kins, Alva Schnell, Roger Hord OK KISMMMEE IN LAWFUL SESSION ASSEMBLED AS FOLLOWS \v. A. Patrick Addn. Jl: .Harvey EWHdge, ......._.' 120 ,1212 Lot )t&"NW\t: U.2/2' Lot n. ,
Carolyn Croft Agusta Crossland Bill Whidden. Pat Taylor, Gall : _' 1S47.01 W 11V Lot U1K-JB, ,tei! a.; view Rayraeed L. iad,,
Carlie Theiss Vivian s4' >tiM 1. 'The City Communion doe hereby determine to make.pub \V A. rfkBdJ:. Cha'rl.. K. Hempblll ft o* ..lf7.St't tv..A Sub lapah J. Bowen .--_--.--..--. .U'9.i.'"'.. L
Bella Peg Pickett lie Improvements by clearing grading/ draining, relocating of utilities 14S WX4 I.>t' !. Blk 1C. ., .. ,.' ,1211 Lot : | t ti 27. 1ft*. Bile A------------
supplying engineering for and paving certain streets In said city deaIgnated \ Patrick Addn. Mrs. Lenora (F.odson ..-- 1 47.14- s Tot.to .Lake- Inc. _.._ SOS*
ag follows: 1833 WVi Lot 5. Blk 13. Mloet W. and : ffella! e. All rpedat ass.<..ment. against the lots and land dEemed
PROJECT" NO 1RANDOLPH : W. A. IatHck Addn. Verna-D. Eldred __ w.sr tODe lftCilIf.fteIHecS;' abutting! 'and-eonttguoue to said 'proponedmprovroenta
AVENUE from Penflrld Street to Sumner 1131.01 S 7258 of W 72.SS' on4 each 'of eaU utrvet shall} be payable In money within
Street paving\ feet wide with six inch wand and asphalt. Lot 2. Blk 13. W. A. titty 4SO} day after Bald special Improvement lien" against aid proa
Permanent Waves . . $6.50 up mixed In place: 150 pounds of lime rock stabiliser with Patrick Addn. Bert Everett .t us _.__.._. 71SS* 'e rtle* speciallyen(Qted'hall have been. confirmed but may be paid a*
mineral and Hand seal I, estimated cost of said project.___113,110.9! 1831.02 Lot 2. Elk 13 of W. A. -. ate a* not to eiceed ala moat HA-from the.date of completion and accept
Apportioned an follows: Patrick Addn less S 72-S8'Evelya K. Stewart17CO ____.___._ 75' a pee ,by; the( City of such Improvement on said streets aeverallr.
Amount to be paid by property owners abutting said Lot 3 Elk DD. W. A. Any such r alnI'll: paid within said all-month period shall
Haircut, Revlon Avenue ______________________________________ $9.52 1.lIf Patrick Adda Less N n.d.Erllest bear Interest' at the per annum until paid, bat the City 'Com.mlnflon .
Sham3.50 $105 to be paid by the City ____ 3.586.14 of w io Don ____._._.______ lib' In .1U dfe retlon anyof such special acaeiiment
and ------------ .
poo ManJcur...... I'ROJloo'N \. Z: 1759 S 47.5V of W 100'. Lot 2 ft; ta be paid' after i ald_ i'lnttto: \ on such term and condition
j DAK1NVENUE, from right of way of A. C. I... Railroadto N 2258 of W 1(.,' Lot J, aa It. may determine; by 'Motion of resolution duly recorded In It* official
Lakeshore Boulevard paving 24 feet wide with nix inch Elk DD.V.. A. Patrick minuter', not to exceed tea yar from( the date et its confirmation
$l.oo OFF on any Wave or Set-with this ad! lime rock have and one Inch hot-mix asphalt wearing Addn. Hazel-F. .Evau, ------.-- 1O.1e- ':, of said special ...ejamenf.eiie.a '
.surface and curbed from Johnston street to Lakeshore 1757 N100'of W 100'. Lot 2. a. Upon its adoption thi' resolution shall be published In
Open till 9 P. M. Wednesdays and Friday Boulevard estimated cost of said project __...___..------311,562.72. W. A. Patrick one Issue of "The Klsalmmee Oaxette. a weekly newspaper published In
Apportioned l an follows: BlknDD. Marshall U. Feanow __._____ 100. the City of KUrlmmee.Br '
Amount to IMS! paid by property owners abutting .said 1J4S K 144: of W 1C0.1C'. Blk AVT. Joaepk.and
CINDERELLA Avenue ______________-____-__________________ li.411. A. Patrick Addn. Nina( !. Wsgon l"'t -_.._ lU' In accordance with this revolution, complete and file same with I this
Amount to be paid by the City _____________ .40fl. .80PROJECT 1749 N 1S11C' of W 80.1C Blk Joseph and Commission an soon 'a* possible. Said assessment. roll shall how the lots
BEAUTY STUDIO NO 3: AA W. A. Patrick Adda. Minnie Wa&o.blut. : ----- JiLtl' and land specially I assessed for said proposed Improvement on theaforesaid
NEW TORK A VE.'UIfrom Sumner Street to Aultman nu'w 4*' Lot 3. Blk V streets, the amount ef assessment against each lot or parcel
3511 S. Orange Blossom Trail-Orlando GA 2.3801 Street. paving 2 It fr t wide with six\ Inch ..oJl-<'f'ment base; W. X Patrick Adda. E. E. JlutseU------- 141.10' .f land abutting upon contiguous to. or bounding I or adjoining each of
150 pound of llmrrock dust. vtabillzer with double our- 1712 IV SO' Lot 2 Elk V. said streets and the method of payment of said special assessments a*
face treatment: estimated cost of aid project___.--37,332,70 W. A. Patrick Addn. laude E. Laafer _____._ 147 Sl' herein provided.Se.tl.s .
Apportioned as follows 1C9501 WH Lot S Blk S 'There I is hereby appropriated from the general revenue
Amount to be paid by property owners said ,\-. A. Patrick Adda. Benjamin a,4e RolIIDl ___. l1r fund or the cigarette tax fund or said City the amounts of money necessary

Avrnue __________________________.________abutting 28.*} 1193v C8 Lot 2. Silk 8 to pay the Cltra portion ef the expense of said proposed 1m.i .
Amount to be paid by the City _______________. 3.721.90 W. A. Patrick J Adda. G.ne. Betty Carr ________ I1r i provementa oa each of the Aforesaid' streets aa herein above act forth.
PROJECT NO.4: 1871 H 197.58' CO' Blk 22 .. Section .. This resolution ahall. take effect Immediately upon Ita
MAPLE AVENUE from Suram-r Street to Aultman 1 1'. A. :1'iE ,,. E. E. A: Bertha. Otto _..___ 187.11. adoption
t Street, paving 20 feet wide with six inch sand and asphalt 1872 N 40 Lot 2 Elk 23W. Section l'. Passed and duly adopted la special meeting on Tuesday
mixed in place with two inch limerock stabilizer, with A. I-atrlck Adda. Fred Burton _.._____- 40' March 22. 19(0. .
IWMTEE mineral and sand seal: estimated cost of paid project___.....j6,306.33 150 un_ .. t/.l
Apportioned .11 follows: NaA.: pirlk'AddR.. Temple Baptist Church __ U7.s1'UU.U

Amount to be paid by property owners abutting said E 154' Lot 2 Blk IS Walter E. and Charter Xe. 12S71 Reserve District .N.. C
Avenue ______________j-_________________ t>.177... W. A. Patrick Addn. Maxlne Melltshka --- 1n.S1 REPORT OP CONDITION OF
SEEN Amount to be paid by the City _______________ 3131.23 M42 E 59.4' Lot 1 Blk 16W. THE FIRST XATIqSAfu BANK OP KIMIMMER
> PROJtNO.. 5: A. Patrick Addn. Sara L. Johnson ..______ tU.n- la the State of Florida, at the cleie of business oa March 15. 19C0.
INURAM. STREET from Magnolia Street to VineSU.t "" St44 of EK Lot 2 Elk published In response to' call made by Comptroller of the Currency! ,
: paving 2 mixed in place with two Inch limerock stabilizer, mineral m' N% c.t E4 Lot %. Elk U AB8ETH
WITH THEM/ and sand seal, estimated cost of said project ----...$5.232.t W. A. Patrick Adds nadford. Keith _______ 11.11 Cash balance with other banks, including reserve
Apportioned a" follows: UI7 Lot 1 Blk 14. W. A. balance, and cash Items In proceia of collection ..--U,27S.GIU'
Amount to be paid by property owners abuttln..aid Patrick Adds less N U'Fred. United States Government obligation, direct I and

Street _______________-__________________ $3.111.10 N of'E Ethel flannel ___ 17.U.Ule guaranteed *..-._.....;__:.__......._..___.___.____ 1.'C4.TS'.4%
., sI \monnt to be paid by the City ________________ 1.4CC.2S SO '*' Lot 1. Obligation of Bute and political. subdivision __.. 1.1UIU.U
PROJECT NO. I: Elk 14. W. A. Patrick CorJtO..te-.toek. (Including fl!,..*... stock of -.N

.g. LASS STREET from Main Street to Ray Street; paving Addn. Flotle Perry ___.______.___ U. Federal Reserve bank) _........... ---........-_.__.. 11.04f.0_
d4 \ I :29 feet wide with six Inc* sand and asphalt mixed In place 175J 8 $0.5f Lot t Blk CC Loan and discounts llneludlas |..Knr..overdrafts) .__,-. .11.15'.1
-. with two inch limerock stabilizer, mineral and sand real W.A. Patrick Add. lest Bank premise owned |59.00'.90. furniture and
.... 'J' I with four Inch crown; estimated cost of said proJet'tUtll.lt \S 55' C. ,. Martha Green ___ 11.$1. fixture 10.075.0 --.-._-.__......__,---.-_.____.?, C9.075.00

: ...' -. ;:t ''' Apportioned an follow: 1754 X 67 Lot 2 Blk CC W. \.8am w. rra.tller ________ 5run Other assets --.-..:--_-_..,..-.*,,.....5--_.__.........___.__ $7.17
Amount to be paid by property owners abutting said Patrick. Add less w JO'

.tJ/ tAY $; Street ________________________________ $:.11...0 Lot 1 131k CC w. A. TOTAL ASSETS .
} \-r.:' Amount to be paid by the City ________.____ CI2.11 !'atrlck Addn. A.E4w.rd P XeI4 e} ox 147.51.un ----t-j\ l1; ii S---------I7.tU.IU.U
PROJECT NtX 7: LotI&2mkBR.W.A. Demand deposit of Individuals aVtBerahlpaT
(iio. : and
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4.t-ih: ORANGE STREET from Main Street to Royal Street Patrick Adds. Schmidt Brothers ...._ ttt.lf147.JI' ..-....-. _- ..--_fT.S.T75.ll
: paving 20 fret wide with six Inch sand and asphalt mined 170S Lot i tllk Uv A A Tim rrlr.0ff: Uii. *, partaership*. and

'tIt's ::::: $ in place with two inch stabiliser I mineral and sand seal; Patrick. Adds. Chart. L. Blllinra et BXO. i 1 corporation ?_-._.,*?_..._._____,,...._____1.20S,3I9.S
-. estimated cost of aid project nit S 574$ Lot Elk U.W. Deposits of L'nited States_ Uorersmeat Incladlas
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Apportioned a* follows: A. Patrick Adda. .. T. Greer __......... 51.51. postal savings) .-..-..... .....- ..-... -. ---- m.ft.S7
Amount to be paid by property owner abutting said 1702 X 12-Sr Lot 1 Elk IT.W. Depeslt of Stale and political subdivision* .::.---,51,442,71bf2-

street --_________________________________ t3.KS.00 A. Patrick Addn. Mrs. Elsa E. Morris __ 12.51' Deposit of banks ,.....,.._............______ 0.0.00
always fun to see yourself as otherssee Amount to be paid by the City ____w__ S1S.22 1700 Iot9BikTOfW.A. Other deposit (.uriikdia cal&Ur'a' .check: eta) ______ 7b(14.tt
PROJECT NO. a: Ad'.. TII. Bowen ____ nr -

CHERRY STREET from Main Street to Royal Street: 1137Patrick II c: S Blk T. W. R TOTAL DEPOSITS --.._-------_ t,5b.21tot
you. .. in snapshots slides home paving :e feet wide with nix inch sand and asphalt mixed Harwell'i wubd. of Blka.
or In place with two inch stabilizer mineral and sand seal; T U. Patrick'sAdda.. Beatrice Brigg.-... .._ 21$' TOTAL LlAnLtTtES, -...--.--.-.-..-_" SI.tCf.4
estimated cost of Mid project .. .. 1514 WU.3Y.Lot3.BlkT CAPITA ACCOUNT8
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movies. Get photo and Apportioned at follow: H. A. M>tfcew Alt Mary B._Curry' ....,....-... 117.5' Common .stock total par' |l*".OtM| _....U: ..-._..._.....$ 10..0....
your supplies Amount ta be paid by4property owners abutting mild 1511.11C ,* of VT 100 2. Surplus --- ,--,--.-..__ rr... .... ..- .. ....... 20000004
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Street ______________.. 1_____._____________ f3.lli.0t Blk T!; H. A. Mathews Adda.Joseph i. Borxbl et .xN ..-... bib' Undivided profit ..._.....}...**........-...-........-.-.J. ('.$&/.!'
film service Amount tn be paid by the City u______________ 1421 1513.02 613'! of 8 125' .f W 100 Rtservea' (and retirement ftceaat for preferred stock) ...... 1M9.7
prompt at Section 2. The expense of such Improvement of said streets shall Lot 2. Blk. ]j..JL A.

lm defrayed by special as es ment* and from the general fund or clr- Mathewa Louis Smith et ax C2.S' TOTAL CAPITAL ACOOUKTg ...______ flU'US
arette tax fund of Mild nt)'. The apportionment of the total expenses 1113.04 N C2H* of W 100'. Lot IBIX .

.if such special improvement of each of said street shall be on the T. Mathew A4da.Ceorxt Slecal.at:ux .... ...-. 11.1. ToTAL UABIUT1ESAasetii 4-D c.O>JTlL ACCOa-rs _$7. 39.1(242
basis of the front footage of the property abutting upon and contiguous 1S051S02 Beg .EH.Co Lot 2. Blk !8 IUfbR'A.N D4
to each of said streets to be improved. Each property owner oa each H. A. Matthew's Adds ran -pledged or as side of said street to be Improved shall pay the proportion of each cost W 143.7C. W >i.lT. 8 ,. other purposes =._ .'-,* __.... (6S 71
of improvements as follows. 143.7V. B 9C.12* 811aa F. Reynolds ...-.. 143.75" L U.a ii"t. 'troiti above-aaraed balk"da
<1) Randolph. Avenue from Penfleld Street to Sumner Street Beg 143.7S' N of SE Cor -. aaaiy swear that; tie ShOtS. statement la true to tile beat ef kaowl9f9 >!-
f S.0* lineal front foot Lot S Silk S. Aliatbew. and kIte*.. y -
Ih
4 i2) Dakin Avenue from right of way of A.C. L. Rrallroad to ashier
Johnston Street $2. 0 per lineal front foot and from 8 41.75' EBlkVWMatbewa tl.JZO '-1St..art. __ 4t75 CX>RRECT-ATTE T;J.B...
Johnston Street to Lakeshore Boulevard I4JS per lineal ISO Ellis P. Davis "

foot Adds Mrs. P. B. ,Raya. .... ......- .r Jobs E. Carroll '
ti< ) New York Avenue from Sumner Street to Aaltmaa Street 14 W N" of E 11Let-1. Blk -- ; _. -- ---S.- '- U,.it Cbspmas. .
Ito BROADWAY PH-TI 6- 2621 $3.71 per lineal front foot B. 1L A. 1IatM- Adda. Ladle Joasaoa .-_, ..,. fr Dtt.clots
(II) Maple Avenue from Sumner Street ta Anltcoaa! Street illy> 6ttq 'Ol Florida.Cooatr Ot.tliq.if J;)": an: .-
$3,31 per lineal front foot 1'1'O Bwara t* sad .vbaerib/A,b.lert Silt day .f 1Urc\.Uco
(S) Initrara! Street from Magnolia Street to Tine Street U"SLo lk'J l f eC.'t b.rf by ,certi/y. U4 I aa, pot aa .titer or director .f-taa'baak.' and I
12 00 per lineal front foot. l 4 4 1 : ,w t -L -. fenta ,. Kt4LNotuJ'
3 it) Bass Street from Main Street to Bay Street U." per Robert' Basa AW104S Tim 31hs0R. tt u .-...... .. nr u1' twr !41j/l1 fotH ...t 0 n. 3t, p. : Pabllc
OrangefStreet-t j 8H Lot, (ROTA t. a ,c.n.) <6"1
< T) from Main Street to Royal: Street $2 M Better lfas Adds masse IL t'rtel-.........., cr .x-; ,''' J/3I

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GIFT SHOP < ''' .. non-militant--11ature. She loves I' Final. itiies l :H_ed For r The..KUnmmee. Thursday, March 31, 1960 Page 7.I .\
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flowers and-her testifies., '
BIL-LEE'S iR..... SAP ; yard Mrs Hattie F. Niehianh
NOKCROSS GREETING GO": 8tlecthts the time she devote to this I lihdsey Driggers Succumbs at Bay PinesMr. I
r v"' hobby. She was one of the organizers -
CARDS t.ong p1a>ag Alban Both s and for two was Mrs. Hattie Fischer Niemann Lindsey Driggers, 48, of all of Tampa; his mother, Mrs.
cur t1 F.r S9c Taat to Special$18 Pen.. Hi.Fi and Stereo. Also top wo.t ident of the St years Cloud Garden pres- 83, of' 514 Verona .Kissimmee. Tampa, passed away at the Veterans Fannie Dr i g g e r s, Kissimmee;
1002 N. Y. Ara ST. CLOUD died Wednesday
three brothers, Irvin Drigger.
110Th' Y. Asa St. Cloud Hospital Bay Pines, Sun-
: Club.With A native of Chicago, she had
their desire to aid the Tampa; Lloyd Driggers, Lake-
been & resident of Kissimmee !5yean. day.A land; Sam Driggers, California;
Buddies of World War I in their
had
fight for recognition of their native of Kissimmee, he three sisters, Mrs. Richard Flet-
the She was the widow of Mr. Carl been a resident of Tampa for the cher, Kissimmee; Mrs. L. R. Wise,
For Tiny Teas 'weive1 cause, valiant women in the
IN ST. CLOUD It's lasb- Auxiliary today represent-:not Niemann who died in 1949. She past nine years. Williston; Mrs. Lena Back Hat-

Ions lot grownups at amt Tea$ the Rose oi'' No Man's Land of .was a member of the Congregational He was a member of the Methodist boro, Pa.Funeral.

The Tito yesteryear whose fading image Church, Winnetka I1L Church and was an employee : services were held at
lays a smoke screen across reality She is survived by a daughter, of Bordens Dairy. 10 a-m Tuesday in Tampa. Committal
MAR MIL Life P i Jii 4 -tut a Sister Buddy of today Mrs. Sam B. Story, Kissimmee; Survivors include his wife, Mrs. services were held at 2,pjn.Tuseday = .

whose untiring efforts will provea song Walter H. ,.Niemann, Nor* Anna Driggers; three daughters, at Rose Hill Cemetery,
great factor in obtaining an walk, Conn.; brothers, Robert A. Linda,, Cathy and Susie Driggers, Kissimmee.
honorable pension for the brave Fischer and Hugo T. Fischer, -- ---
For the BRANDS you know in Doughboys who fought for Free- both of Glendale, Calif.; sisters,
CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES for the family.. dom four decades ago. .Mrs. Clara F. Wefth, Los Angeles Palm Beach Suits
; Mrs. Martha F. Serruier,
Buker'sDepartmentRtare Banning, Calif.; Mrs. Dora F. 39.95 to 55.COSHORE'S
Shop ,3s Howard Burke, 53, Van Denbnrgh, Chicago; three

Succumbed Sunday grandchildren and, four great-. MEN'S WEAK
STi CLOUD grandchildren.

Mr. Howard Rolandus Burke,
ry 53, Alligator Lake St. Cloud :.sr
CREDIT BUREAU
passed away early Sunday morn .
OF KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD :it'l

Member of Associated Credit Bureaus of Florida ing.A native of Charleroi Pennsyl ELECT

CREDIT CLEARANCE AND COLLECTIONS vania, he moved to St. Cloud ,\Y :

Phone TI 72560 TI 6-4811 .three months ago from Detroit, i

-- Michigan. 'i
He recently retired as an exec- t Stephen E. Shorpe
utive in the cost analysis divisionfor # wtt .
Chrysler Corporation, Detroit.
Arinand'sBROASTED He was a member of the Presbyterian '
VETERANS Shown above Michael Dwyer.
WORK FOR are .
Mrs. Hazel Collyer and George E. Fillbach who hare worked hard Church and Oriental 3 SUPERINTENDENT OF
for, their organizations-Veterans of World War One, and the Lodge No. 240 F. & A. M. of De- f-
.. Auxiliary, to obtain an honorable pension for their members. troit. y
George Fillbach was recently elected Commander of Osceola Bar. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
racks of VWWI for the fifth time and is Junior rice commanderof Mary Ida Burke, St. Cloud; one
CHICKEN- EE Z ETTE the district. lie introduced the Resolution for the pension at daughter, Mrs. Barbara Selwa, PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
the convention in Louisville last year. A native of Menomonie,
.. Wis. Fillback came to St. Cloud in 1925. lie is a charter memberof Detroit; two brothers, Dr. Ray
the local organization, whose membership totals 207. Burke, Upper Darby, Pa., and
Ralph Burke, Charleroi, Pa.; one .
Broasted Chicken. % 89c -1N sister Mrs. Ruby Brown, Latrobe, Osceola County ,
DRlV
Broasted Chicken Yt $1.29 Pa.

Broasted Shrimp..._ $1.25 Women'sGroupAidsWorld Funeral services held at
Phone TW 2-6001 were STEPHEN :I t;. SHAKPE
Broas ed Oysters. $1.25 2 o'clock Wednesday from the
Broasted Seafood $1.25 13th and Carolina Grissom chapel, with the Rev. The three R's are essential to good basic'education and the three I's are just as essen-
Orders can be fixed to go. ST. CLOUD War One VetsBy Handel ,H. Brown minister,of the tial to good.school administration.:
: First Presbyterian Church, St.

ALMA HETHER1NGTON in helping in the main project: of Cloud, officiating. Obsequies at IDEAS
Osceola Memory Gardens were
BILL SEZ: "We" have everything in the. world for the It's a long way: to Tipperaryl! increase the organization-as in the grant well to the as widows an- conducted by Orange Blossom The superintendent must use, in addition to his own ideas, the ideas of the citizensof

Building Trade. Veterans of World War I have of the veterans. Lodge No. 80 F. & A. M. Brohter the,..county'in school.matters. He must seek out the feelings of the.people and use

LUMBER ROOFING PAINT not forgotten their push Over the Mrs. Hazel Mae Collyer, 500 Masons served as casketbearers. them I as. welcome'' help in planning. for better schools.IMAGINATION .
Grissom
Funeral Home was in "
BUILDING HARDWARE Top into the raging battlefieldsof Indiana Ave' St. Cloud who assisted of
charge arrangements.
in organizing the Osceola
France. Neither have they for.
PULFORD'SBUILDING gotten their Buddies who were County Auxiliary to Veterans of j
white where World War I, in 1957 helped form
left lying by crosses Arthur Dreyer Died
poppies> grow in Flanders Fields. the local chapter of Widows of The superintendent.must b$ able to devise ways to put these-ideas into use, and, in
SUPPLIES \\ten these memories return, World War I and is senior vice After Long IllnessMr. doings: fiiis, he must be capable of devising new methods when the old are impracticalor

We give TV Stanips with all Cash Purchases r spared the veterans and who-whose have lives braved were the president.membership The former of 107 group and hasa the Arthur Dreyer, 68, of Manger uneconomical, .*" .'. S

and Topeka, Kansas, winterresident
HWT. 441 WEST ST. CLouD.CITY LIMITS. past 42 years with its vicissitudes latter 37. INITIATIVE
re-elected here for
Mrs. Collyer was many years
its joys and its sorrows, \
Auxiliary passed' Sunday after a
president of District Four away
its successes and its failures, use
the strength of these memories at the meeting held at Melbourne lengthy illness. The s superintendent must actively WORK for better schools. Planning without action
March 13. This A native of Big Springs, Kansas -
Airport on
td fight another kind of battle- results' in "picture schools" which hold no children.
41 FABRIC "' district includes Polk Brevard andO he was a retired farmer.
L1C' T -'Y.'S the battle to survive?
...,*"* StfOF eola ,Counties* She is.also on Survivors include his wife Mrs. '
Knowing that strength lies in the Legislative committee of the Mildred Willson Dreyer; one son, UNITE FOR'BETTER SQHOOLS SUPPORT AND: EfcECT_ <, STEVE.
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"I" numbers, they organized four I II of Florida VWWI. Lee A. Dreyer, Toledo, Oregon; -
New York Avenue at 11th Street in St. Cloud I years and are now engagedin : Department SHARPE 'AS' SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION.
ago A native of Dorset, Vermont, four daughters, Mrs. Pearl Crut-
the throes of a fight to obtain singe, Grants Pass, Mrs.
moved to St. Petersburg Oregon
FABRICS PATTERNS Mrs. Collyer ; (Paid Political Advertisement)
which _
from the in 1935.. Here she was active Velda Stawicki and Mrs.
they fought-a just pension for in several veterans' organiza- beth Proctor, both of Eliza-I
Greeting Cards -
Dressmaking each and every. one of their num- Mrs Maxine Melitshka
tions. She located in St. Cloud in of
ber. 1940 and became a member of the simmee; two foster daughters, i .t J We OU t2
Alterations -
Drapery Rallying to their assistance, American Legion Auxiliary and Mrs? Helen Acree, Houston, Texas .. .,
the women closest to ,the veterans was elected to the office of pres-'I. ; Judy Jones, Kissimmee! ; Lar- -
PHONE TW 2-5262 also organized an auxiliary ident in 1953. ry Thompson Manter Kansas;

," and have been actively engaged1VALIANT Mrs. Collyer attended the Vet- Lambert Jacobs, Lagrange, Geor-
erans' convention in Louisville, gia; Arthur D. Jacobjs* Little f
Ky. last September when the local Rock Air Force Base, Ark.; three
: group was victorious in passinga : brothers, August Dreyer, John
Valiant resolution to ask Congress to Dreyer and 1 Clarence Dreyer; one
grant an honorable pension to the sister, Mrs. Mattie Anderson.The .
veterans of World War I and an funeral party left Wednesday fiDEMONSTRATION a
increase to the widows. The resultof for Topeka, where funeral
A,New Chrysler Corporation Automobile this resolution has been the !services are to be held at 1:30
introduction of HR 9683 by Rep- p.m. Monday from Penwell-Gable
resentative A. Syd Herlong Jr.. in Funeral Home, wiht the Rev. Ned

Congress. McKinney officiating. Intermentwill RIDE
t b. : Though militant in the cause be in Memorial Park Cem
i for which she is fighting. Hazel etery. Grissom Funeral Home was
Collyers hobby Is of a strictly in charge of arrangements.

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VALIANT IS NOBODY'S KID BItOTHE'R CENSUS OF 70 YEARS AGO-Now that census-taking time is

i It stands its here again, thoughts turn back to stories of earlier operations in
four tires car ,
and
i on own challenges every other ; foreign and domesticto
enumerating the country's ten .In 1890, Mr.
population every years. 'B"i UMPSAND1ARS Read noise
t match it inch for inch-pound 'for pounds-dollar: for'dollar.: Gabe White, who passed away recently, helped the late John Pherigo

; : take the census'down Kissimmee Valley...Mr. 'White often likedto ; and pavement thump seem to disappear
UNITIZED BODY relate his experience to this writer, telling of the people and all of +
the doings of that day...They spent one night with my uncle, the
'I Body and frame'are welded together to,form'a'one piece shell 'of exceptional 1 strength late Willis Chandler in,Basinger. .In those days the people liveda
and rigidity. Squeaks and rattles are completely eliminated. more or less primitive life, doing all of their own butchering and
./ curing of meat. ..The women made most of the clothes for the
family; and put out the big wash on Monday with the help of a
t Vacation Size Trunk Quality I Interiors battling stick and home-made soap .Wild game was plentiful and
'. was anyone's- for the taking...It was the day of "no-fence" on the
; .. Torsioii-Aire Suspension cattle prairies, and most of the settlers in that section made their silently
:
I '. : living with their cows, or by hunting and trapping.

'. tu: ) ". END OF AN ERA-With the passing of Mr..White, will go many
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I 0 ';:..Transmission interesting memories of those days gone by".He was a boy when
Southport Canal was built: in 1881, living with his family in the
.4" SOJMiles Per Gallon,on Regular Gasoline. Partin Settlement...A ferry carried passengers across the lake to the

Easy to Park Two Feet Shorter than Most C a rs.'_ north shore to go on to Orlando or Mellonville (Sanford). The signal
\ for the ferryman if he were on the north side of the lake fire >
was a
Quieter can't make it squeals
Not Inch Too boo -
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Nor Pound
Long a Heavy. built on the southside to summon him to tome over for a passenger ,
it. ...He and the late Sam Batten were the first to break soil with their Si.- ,. _
Room For ox-team for cultivation of land lull building in Old St. Cloud .They =5 J Stops? ,30% faster
i Enough of Six!
a Lively Family : : helped build the first little home for the late Sam, L. Lupfer, Sr. when.he..st.arted .

.. a sugar plantation..,This home was added to and built Soaks up.bumps and Jars
around, until today it is the three-story home occupied by Dr. and .
I See It Today' d: Drive Cine Away! Mrs. F. I. Johnson. -
;, Je> Unaffected by weather aging1A.
STORIES HE LIKED TO TELL .
' THE -Hours have been spent .
AT listening to this old-timer tell of his many years in this section .He
{ came with Jb? faruly "*en he wai four years old, and lived a full life ,
to reach the. -& of 89.. .He could tell about Bill WUlingham .and -
: TVNENM T why he Jailed his brother-in-law McLaughlin...He knew the Bone I ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY TO TRY THIS NEW TIRE
Mizell stories. ..His, was the Cracker talk of the native yet be used
R CO perfect Engfi&h...He stood tall and straight, and in his eyes was
the look of quiet understanding and wisdom.. He knew the typres S. Service Station
R. 3wami>S, the bay heads the sand thins, the oak scrub of the KUsim- 9.Triple
f 1621 Pennsylvania Av e. St. a.uti mee Valley The cabbage woods, the hammocks and why the low- AT THE RAILROAD TI -6633
glowing palmetto was.,called the hog-palmetto. Yes it's the end
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John Summer
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of an ura--*nl: a fine man-=one!

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. . . . . . . . . interested in the hereinafter named Page 8A The Kis&immt Gazette Thursday, March 31. 19//).) .

business enterprise will presen
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: proof of publication of
.. .nd register with the Cletk oftthe Should you fail to do so. a Decree saM court t will at 12:M o'(')o1c
Circuit Court of O ceola CnuntvFlorida. Pro Confenao will be entered noon 6ft the<< 19th day of March
BusmEss'hxREcToRY1IMPORTANT the fictitious! name "Brus* igainst you for the relief prayed 1)60 sen at pubtte' sal to the highest .
: [ I n Bncketunder which he is en. n the Complaint. Given' under mrs..nd and best bidder for rash before
: raged In business at 14 Bryar and seal of said Court at the courthouse door in Kiattramee -
Street. Kissimmee. Osceola Coun- Kissimmee. Florida on thU 15th Florida, the following! described
tr Florida. day of March. A. U_ Ui : property, to-wit:
Dated at Kissimmee. O ceouCountv. > GLENN RAY One Victor M. Home trailer).

_ _ ______*_ ____ __ AAAAAAAAAAA..AAAAAAAAAAAA. . . AAA. . . . . . . AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA tf March.. Florida A. n I9 this o. the 4th daY As Onceola Clerk of County.Circuit Court.Florida 629214I Identification. 105<*. Title No..
/aWADE J. FLKVTVS tCT. CT. SEAL) > this 5th day of March
21017243'NOTICE Thacker and Thacker "'*.
IV e Wire Flowers Can SAND ROCK Attorneys for Plaintiff GLEN HAT
r rnFR FICTITIOUS: Kissimmee. Florida As Clerk of Said Court
Weddings Funerals Bouquets Parks Furniture Co. MORTAR MIX PANE LAW S/17/2t/Jl 4/7 S/10,11 !4 SI

Ceramic Gifts Potted plant. For Prompt Repair of Your STEEL & WIRE MESH TO ALL VTTOM IT iv TIlE MvrnCIHllIT JUDICIAL

NOTICE REFRIGERATOR.Phone MAT CONCERN: OP FI.OItIU\ CHILDREN'S WEAK
EWe Hugh's Florist NOTICE 19 REPEnT GIVEN CIRCUIT COURT: OF OSt! 'KOLA Birth through Sab-Teena
Mrs. Roy C. Graves) TI 6-2171 days or that pursuant to the "FIetlttou.Name ('01'TYCHANCERY
Ptstnte." Pectlon SCS.0} of Na SIn
207 Broadway Phone 1'1-W5" TI b-8579 nights rliWL4lR she 1941 Florida Ststuteo the un.rtttlmed. -
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Homestead exemption must be filed by Osceola .'.. who are the only nartlr THE CITIZENS STATE BANK ) ;' AS YOIIllOift 1 ;

County home owners by April 1, for the year 1960. Interested In the hereinafter named a Corporation ) Layette Specialist.h .

.... .... .... .. .. ... tuslnesx enterprise will present Plaintiff 1TS arseQ'; lou.ItB"
..V'. V'9 .4 nroof>> of publication of this Notice )
end rerister with the Clerk of the T. F. LAMER andCONSTANCE 1Ir/1
County Tax Assessor Wade H. Lanier,. Jr.,. has : AJAX PLUMBING """"It Court of Oeceola Co"ntr LAMER y "
Help Help Florida the fictitious name "Wef- hia wife ) -
mailed homestead to established home
applications
SUPPLY "!'.. Thug I'tfreu""f'r' which thevr Defendant )
owners.If. LESESNE ) 6 KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX enraved in businemt at Uth andIndiana XOTICR OF H\l.K OF
Lowest Price IB the Area"PLUMBING fI'r..f"" St. Cloud. Osceolaonntr MORTGAGED PRO..ERTT'Notice
Employment Agency (' Florida is hereby given that pursuant
FIXTURES& Dated at Klr lmrn" O-ce\l(> to a final decree of foreclosure Kubl Ave.
a'person has recently acquired property in Os- ,.. Phone TI 66671AGRICO County Florida this the J9th day entered by the judge of said 1024
933 BRACK ST.GREEN'S VISIT OUR Af F.hr .rv. 4. n. 11C/t.! ccun on the ISth day of March Dixie Village
ceola and he desires to for homestead
County apply 1 SURPLUS DEPARTMENT '11/ pTf Tin If T'an(:>:'""1; JR.s 19(0. In the above soled cause
exemption, he should apply to Mr.\ Lanier's office in the PIPES AND FITTINGS / / BETTY SUE PAnoETT 3/10/17/24/21 pending la said court as Clerk of Orlando

county court house here prior to April 1. 1131 West Church St.
1 IVTMF5 rOLRT OF THF5JtDGK. f'OfT'VTY
FUELSales Orlando Phone GA 2-7167 e IV AND FOR O '-

........4... LAA A"O'' COUNTY. FLORIDA
A-A-C Putting in Driveway't ?
and Service TV RF ESTATE OF a
The Nation's Leading Fertilizer FRANK T. MFTZGPR.. o.ued.<
Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 .18% NORMAL PHOSPHATE fOTir TO rRF.DITORII
KISSIMMEE TO ""T. ORPniXOP'' I..F.I1ATF'
eAA QUALITY GROUND r>T<,STRTBTTTFFS. ANT ALL. PER.
For Gas Delivery Phone FILL DIRTExcavating PHOSPHATE ROCK qo\lq! HAVTXO CL,1TnfS OR n F.

Radio and SALES SERVICE George Stroup TI 6-8014 let our Ranch and Grove MANTIS AOAIN:: (lain F.R'I'ATE.yoU .
ANn FACII OF YOU are
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCESCOMPLETE R. Davis TI 66903R. Spreader Service apply fertilizer hereby notified and required to
: HOME FTRMSKIACS A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 and dolomite limestone.SEE i,r.*ent anv claims which >ou. or
TV Jimmie JefferiesTW ts: tow FOR either of you. mAY here seal"st
FURNITURE CO. ECONOMY: PRICKS the Estate of Frank L. Metsrer. deceasMi -
2-2265 (St. Cloud)
PARKS late of Oceola' CountyKloriai
I Kissimmee St. Cloud For Gas Service PhoneJ. Olin Fore to the County Judge of"Aid ,
B. Kountree TI 6-7574 Ranch and Grove County at his office In the ::
Conrthons In Klsximmee. Florida .
__ Robert Allen TI 63G84E. TI '-Z685I within eight calendar month from -
L. Dailey TI 67873R. Spreader Service the date of the first publication o' :;.
this Notice. Each claim or demand
H. Hall TW 2-6202 St.Cloudor
Thacker Are. at Oak St. must be In writing and must etatethe '
. RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL call IL T. Simmons Mgr. KISSIMMEE place of residence of the claimant -
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGLicensed TI 6-2761 I Dump Trucks For Hire and mn!t bfl sworn to br the

and Bonded M. J. Stanko TI 6-2144 FEED STOREPHONE "the claimant same bl will* agent become or attorney Void ac-or

FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS TI 6-2821 co."lncto law
This the fth day of Murrh 1960.
vt GRAPE )L KN"T.T ELECTRIC"Where Corbin & Beiter for the fcesfINSTALLMENT of the Estate of
.
Frank L. "'eh .r. Deceased
sii S1NCIA/R
Complete Automotive Murray W.for.Executrix Jr.attnrnev .

Quality Counts" Repair & Service Kissimmee. Florida SEE-
3/10/17/24/31
13 MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI 6.2981- 7-2121
"soul' ROAD SERVICE
NIGHT PHONE TI 6-5567 NOTICE UN"FH FT(.-'ITIOCSNar1E :
Opp.:Court House TI 6-2334 LAW Harrelson
TO MAY ALT.CONCERN\VWO\f IT Steel & Supply Co.., Inc.


NOTICK TS HEREBY OTVEN Culvert Pipe of AU Sizes -
; OSCEOLAOPEN that pursuant to the "Fictitious
Hunting Equipment Name Statute". Section 8K5.09 of
the 1941 Florida Statutes the un-

Fishing Tackle BLUE PRINTING ,I rfersLrned.!interested who In are the the hereinafter only parties SOUTH; 17-92 Phone TI '.%441

LOANSt. i named t>ii lness enerorl. will present '
Clothing MON.-FRI. 8:30 A.M. 4 P.M. proof of ntbllcstlon of this
Votive and re rls er with the Clerk .
GUNSMITHING 7 DARLINGTON AVE. Phone TI 7-2179 TI 6-8951 "f the, Circuit Court of Osceola
Boots and Shoes ,"
"nntT, Florida the fictitious name"North
FISHING TACKLE REPAIR Bermuda Avenue TrailerCourt"
.
AUTO under which: thaw are en.ear.d
In business on North Per-
Your Dollar Buys More At The Army Store THE ",'ids Avenue Kissimmee. Osceola
Conn tv. Florida.hated .
The FirstNat'lBank
at Kissimmee. Oscenla
ARMY SURPLUS STORE Cov..ty. Florida thU the 4th day MONTHLY
of March. A. n 1950.
/./ TT-OVT) r. BRAnT.PrT INCOMEFOR
First Notional Bonk
908 Main St. Kissimmee TI 6-5551 of /./ r'Eti"ra' RRADT.EY'
/CHARLES R. HOKR YOU!
..... KissimmeeMember /GEORGIA R. HOKE LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY

Federal Deposit 2/10/17/24/31 WILL ACCEPT SHORT TERM

ftF KISSIiMEE\ I..ar..e Corp. NOTICE OF IVTFTIOVTO LOANS AT 8% INTEREST
.
Na.n 4PPI rTIOVFOR PAID MONTHLY CAPITAL
USE THE NEWCOflI4va4h FINAL DISC1IAROB RETURNED IN FULL

KISSIMMEE\ FLORIDAN. TRUCK BODIESBoat In the Court of the C "ntv Judge WITHIN ONE YEAR
trailers horse trailers Osceola County. FloridaTn ADD TO YOUR INCOME-

: Ray CarrolL_President Lucile Squires Asst. Cashier and utility trailers. CHARLES Re: The r Estate. RTTROFTT.of deceased. WJiY tat CEPT LESS

John E. CarrolL. _...Executive Emma B. Quirk..Asst.Cashier Built and Repaired IN PROBATETo ALL LOANS ARE
Vice President and DIRECTORS Alt Whom It

JI.. Personal Loan Officer Irlo Bronson N.Ray CarrollU. Complete MobileWELDING SHOPAll MAY Notice Concern Is :hereby riven that I SECURECOME

SELF-SERVICE, S. Chapman...Vice President G.H.Prather Ellis F.Davis have filed my final report as Administrator
Florence N. Story...VicePres. U.S.Chapman H.O.Partin work guaranteed. of the Estate of
Charles C. Bursrett. deceased: that
COIN-OPERATED LAUNDRY U. Chapman, Jr__Cashier John E.Carroll LOU YOUNGWELDING T have' filed petition for final discharge -
and that I will applv to
:Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.Each the Honorable O. P. Johnson.' Coun
25c Wash ICc Depositor Insured Up To $10,000 Balance. tv Judge of Osceola County. Flnr.
Dry Old Orlando Hwy. near Livestock ida on the first day of Msv. 19<0.

Open 24 Hours 7 Days Kissimmee's Friendly Bank Market. RUlBox238AKissimmee : discharge for approval as of Administrator same and for of final the IN. WRITE

Located at Sunrise Shopping Center next to WinnDixieSEPTIC Estate. of Charles C. Burgett. deceased OR CALL FOR FURTHER
.
PHONE TI .6-7898 I This 10th dJlv of )''reh 1UO. INFORMATIONAll
ARTHUR BtTlOETT All *. Heeelved By
: Administrator of the Estate of April Iii.... JMO. will
Charles C. Rurgett. deceased pay Interest fro. April 1st.Insured .
TANKS Thacker: and ThackerAttorneys LOANS Acaet.d from Florida; RaidenbOnly.
ROTHROCK for Administrator CLIP AND MAIL COUPON TODAY.
ExpertTransmission Kissimmee. Florida -
3/17/24/31 Capital Corporation )

IX THE CIRCUIT COURT: OF THE 1644 E. Colonial Dr. Orlando
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ph.. CH 12579FtZt'VrcVtonijrFnvr
SEPTIC TANK CO. I\ AND FOR OOOTV OF
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ServiceExpert OSCEOL4 : &rUnd*. Fla.
STATE OF FLOR,nA

c Culvert Tile for Driveways Mechanics Chancery No. 686 Name

LOIS ALLIGOOD. Plaintiff. Addrps -. ..................... .

ly Septic Tanks-a size for every need. ANDERSON'SGARAGE T B.vs.ALLIGOOD. Defendant.

Cement Work-280 Gallon Grease Traps DIVORCE Phew
INSTALLATION KEFAOS NOTICE TO DEFEND
TV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
NO LAWN LET ITS VACUUM CLEAN t .15 Years Experience. PHONE TI 6-3552 NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN:-
DAMAGX YOUETANK AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA
K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator. 22 Bermuda Ave. TTATE OF FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
DIVORCE. LOIS ALLIGOOD.
TT.ATVTIFF VS. J. R. AWGOOD.DEFENDANT. .
NOTICE TO DEFEND
Located at Rissinvsee Transit-Mix Co. THE STATE OF FLORIDATO
FAST CLEAN OUT SERVICE J B. ALLIGOOD. You are hereby
Drain lines electrically cleaned. Roof Coating required to file your answer! con.
,
taming your defenses. If any. te
Distance does not affect cost. PHONE TI 6-6671 the Complaint filed against you In
Siding Gutters the above styled cause Inal"
cause In said Court on the 20th of
April, A. D. 19SO. or a Decree Pro SAFELY
r Call Tllden 6-3969 I Down Spouts Confesso will be entered against LOSE WEIGHT

Given
nnder my hand and seal)
Financing AvailableNO of said Court at Kissimmee. Flor-

OSCEC1A SEPTIC TANK SERVICE ,a* BE vnSEECONOMIZE- DOWN PAYMENT '''a.. 1160.nn the 11th day of March. A. \''Hungrex Just take a tablet tiny before LOSE WEIGHT

WEST VINE AND BERMUDA GLENN RAT
THE FIRST DAY
Clerk of said Court ,
meals.and banish those
do SATTERFIELD LUMBER CO. BASS CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Thacker and Thacker :hated extra pounds as Thousands now lose

ROOTS AND SLUDGE REMOVED FROM LINES ROOFING Klcsimciee Attorney for Florida Plaintiff! you banish hunger!Why?, i, weight who never thought,

1T/t1U 4/7 Because Hungrex is !. they could...report

'_:: :- '. :-.:-=.: _. .;: (; :_ .. -: -.. .-:' aW. J Extra Quality Blocks 108 8.. Bermuda TI 7-2371 I* THE COURT: OF THE COUNTY the most powerful .;,'remarkable weight losses
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-- JUDGE.: I* AND FOR O CEOLACOVNT1' reducing aid ever of 7..20..even
FLORIDA
At No Extra Cost rele..*d for public use 41 pounds in a short

IN THE MATTER OF without prescription! while. So if you're tired
TITS ESTATE OF
KINCAIDTERRAZZO I RIEDELFuneral JAMES C. DIBBLE also known as 1 Suppresses hunger pangs _/ of half-way measures

TI 6-4021 J. C. DIBBLE Deceased. 'so effectively! ,it actually, and want really effective

NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION Or INTENTION FOR TO limits the ability of help in reducing

Home FINAL DISCHARGETO :your body to produce ...send for Hungrex,

.gnawing hunger today. Hungrex will simply
ALL WHOM IT
= OSCEOLA CEMENT 10 Emmett St. MAY CONCERN HEREBY: sensations!Result?You amaze you! You'll.be
GIVEN
That NOTICE LIllie Bronson baa filed tier don't feel hungry mdown slimmer next week or your

PRODUCTS, INC. AMBULANCESERVICE final of report James as C Executrix Dibble, also of the known Estate goes your calorie intake... money back. No

MASONRY NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMEE M J C. Dibble; deceased: that she and down goes your prescription needed.
has filed Petition for Final Discharge -
and that she will apply to weight
the Honorable 0. P. Johnson. County -
Judge of Osceola County. Florida -
on the llth day of ApriL 1914 .
Pt .d
r..r.nd.
su1aa.g5.
.c
r for approval of same and for final
BLOCKS and CEMENT WORK COMPLETE TI 6-3201 discharge as Executrix of the Estate
of James C.. Dibble. also knownas
J C. Dibble deceased.
This 14th day of March. 11 CO. do
.
Carl W. Riedel v. P
LILLIE BRONSON
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIALAND Hearing Aid Service Executrix of the Estate of
Conrad James C. Dibble. also
IL Coy known as J. C Dibble,
INDUSTRIAL deceased. Most Powerful Aid
Reducing
\\Tkt
Funeral Directors Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.Mtorney .
and Supplies for all makes & models 1..lmmee.for Florida Executrix: Lees' Reltittd for Public Utt

1422 Virginia Ave. St. CloudOUR /17/J4/31 4/7

Factory Trained Consultant available Tuesday in NOTICE TO DEFEND $9-00 Box of 63 tablets

In the Circuit Court for the <* ((21 days supply)
e
Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida
Kissimmee and Monday in SU Cloud LEGAL NOTICE in and for Osceola Coaatr In
NEW
ChaBcery Salt for Divorce and oth- AVAILABLE
PHONE TW:2s1451 er relief Leslie L McCoy, Plaintiff. Economy size
vs. Fay Louise UcCoy, Defendant $5.00
NUMBER Evenings By Appointment Notice to Defend. The State of NOW AT (fall 42 day supply)
OTICE UNDER FICTITIO'1'SKAME : Florida to Faye Louise McCoy Ton
LAW are hereby mired to serve a copyof

THE LUCKY NUMBER FOR BETTER I PARTIN JEWELERS TO ALL WHO IT defenses your, if Answer any. upon containingyevr Thacker and -
MAY CONCERN; Thaeker Box (27. Kisslmraee. Flor- HUNT BROS.
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TERRAZZO AND MASONRY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE ida. Attorneys for Plaintiff,;fclI .
that to the "Flctitioni the original thereof in the ofr
Ii pursuant
ItlSS1MMEE.ST.. CLOUS Name Statute." Section SCS09 01 the Clerk of Circuit Court KJasimme 114 Broadway Phone TI 6-2621
= -- -.. ... .- the 141 Florida Statutes tu nnderslcned. .. Oseeola Oounty. Florida, e.orr
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