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The Kissimmee gazette.

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County Festival Band lil IL '


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Concert To Be HeldThe W IS .


first annual Osceola County concert John De Young and John I HERALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 66 YEARS

Festival Band Concert wilt be
Jamison are the directors of the
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gven Sunday afternoon &t 2:30: 1, ti: UEateftO.*' .. St*>4 O- Matter Eata..a ...+4 ISM
p.m. in the grounds.pavilion on the Tupperware two pating.high school bands partici I ==: Lea :J ;. (; ,. O ee la Ccaatr Florida Kissimmee, Florida,-Thursday=- April. 7, 1960 r..... Tlldea ..:::1 PRICE TEN CENTS_

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The 115 members of this sym- Two major overtures will be

: phonic Band are from the St. presented: Eroica by Joseph.Skor- i New Officials
Cloud and Osceola High School nika and Lustspiel by Keler Bela. City

Bands; two organizations which However the majority of the

have been well known for their program is made up of such numben -

concert performances for many as. the "George Gershwin Took Oath TuesdayJess
years. Selection" Richard Rogers' The .r
This concert is being presentedby King and I"; the movie tone pic- -
the combined bands to show ture "Windjammer." Leroy Ander- Thacker was installed as vilion at the lakefront to meet

the cooperative attitudes of the son's "Serenata" and the ever Kissimmee's first lady mayor in the needs of the community as an

two communities as well as to favorite march, "Stars and ceremonies held Tuesday night at eating place concert area and '
give the public of this area an Stripes Forever" by John Philip the city ball. recreation facility.' -r

opportunity to bear the true symphonic Sousa will close the program. Oath of office was administeredby The commission authorized Far- L 1.-4-.. r

sound possible with a 115 The public is cordially invitedto City Attorney Ellis F. Davis. mer to make a study of the feasibility -

piece organization.The attend this free presentationby Mrs Thacker succeeds Riley S. of such a project plus a x .. 'fw
two conductors for this Osceola County's Bands. Miles who was completing his cost estimate, and to report at a
-- second term as mayor and eight later meeting. x

J. C. Tyson Tells Of years to of his outstanding community and public city.service Farmer re-presented administrative his request xt

Also sworn in for two yean regarding an t ew
commissioners assistant He pointed out that the
terms as city were
Michael J.. Stanko and Art. Stalk old commission had approved hir-
ing uch assistant! in the early
Accelerated an
Program who succeeded to seats vacated by
of March but since
part no one
Mrs: Thacker and Dr. Thomas K.
,
had been hired for the job, he
Blain who did not seek office in
"What are we doing about the"4 was presenting the request to the
last week's municipal election.
bright and and what commission for its consider
gifted child new
CLUBJ. made the
SPEAKS TO Appointment by new
are we doing about the growing commission include Commissioner tion.

eehocl population hi Osceola Coun. Albert Rogers, vice-mayof and After, discussion as to duties

ty!" were two questions discussed reappointments include Ellis Davis and salary Commissioner Stanko

i by J. C. "Doc" Tyson Osceola as city attorney Edward Brin- said he felt the city should not

County superintendent of public son as city judge: Harold Farmeras brine in a new administrative assistant .. f.
Instruction before the Kissimmee city manager; Bob Best as san- but should utilize the pres-

Rotary Club Monday itary 1 inspector; Ray Faulk, ent finance officer for the services '_ _

In answer to the first question, plumbing and electrical inspector; expected from such an assistant.

Tyson noted that the principaland the mayor and vice-mayor' as cosigners Commissioner 'Rogers move d
teachers of the Kissimmee of checks for the city Qf that Farmer be authorized to em-

Elementary schools have screened Kissimmee; designated the First ploy an administrative assistantat

the pupils of grades four throughsix National Bank as city depository, a salary of $360 per month and
separating the advanced pu and that Sam Lupfer, Jr., be reappointed -* all the commissioners 'were favor
into treasurer of the bond able except Stanko who voted
pUs accelerated classes in an
attempt to move the pupils as trustees and Uly Chapman and nay.A

fast scholastically: as the individual j4 j/ Cecil trustees.Norris reappointed, as bond meeting natural to gas discuss distribution the proposed

pupil: is able to move. Commissioner Dan Autrey system was set for Thursday at GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE FARRIS BRYANT VISITS KISSIMMEE-Farris Bryant, right, gubernatorial candidate held an
The success of the program I Is moved .and the new commission 3 pan. with the engineers and informal gathering Monday March 28th at the Tropical Hotel in Kissimmee to answer questions concerning his campaign for governor.
attested by the tests which reveal endorsed, authority for city man- Fiscal Agent Carl Nelson. Shown with Farris are J. J. Griffin (left) St.Cloud and Bill Wallis Osceola County campaign manager, for Bryant. (Photo by Cooper)

that in grade four in Kicsinmmee, ager Harold Fanner to draft let- The. ,commission tentatively approved -
the accelerated pupils were rated ters of commendation and appreciation a preliminary plat of a five

\ at grade six at the ninth month, to both Mayor Miles and acre plat owned by Victor,Skaugh, Realtor Month To School Board Completes
.While the national norm is grade = Commissioner Blain for their serv and several purchase orders.

four at the ninth month. In grade Farmer presented a resolutionrelative

five at the ninth month, while J. a (DOC) TYSON ice.Dr.. Curtis Reese of Orange to the Central and Southern Purchase Of Site For

the accelerated pupils in Kissim + Gardens appeared before the com- Flood Control Project in the Stress "Services"
mee are rated at grade seven mission and presented a proposition i. area, and after discussing the
state funds, for the constructionof
ninth month. of studying the possibilitiesof J report the commission adopted the w
the St. Cloud SchoolThe
new Highlands Elementary Negro
I ...._ __ ___ constructing an open.air pa resolution unanimously. .
This accelerated program does Cchool. "-.r...r'.u5 of 16 c.1.._- *The professional services of The code is based on the Golden

not mean that the average pupil rooms administration facilitiesand Realtors to the buyers and sellers Rule] and is stricter in its requirements Osceola County Board of John Colombo Kissimmee elementary -
is ignored or forgotten" said Ty- a cafeteria. The classroomsare Was : of real property will be fea- than state license laws for and J. C.
principal Tyson
Public Instruction completed the
son. "We have observed' that in to be constructed first to Shorty Wiley tured in Realtor Month April, real estate brokers and salesmen superintendent, completed work on
classse where the brigHt children relieve the double session which I960, which will be observed by 'One of'the facts which we purchase and received a deed fora final plans for the Highlands El-

have been removed there is more are now necessary in the county, toe r Kissimmee-St. Clond Board hope to highlight during the new elementary"school site located ementary School north of Kissimmee. -

leadership developed among the with the administration offices' Parachute JumperBy of Realtors, and hundreds of other month is the identity of the Realtor in the Negro community The architect expects to

average pupils. The average pupil and cafeteria to follow. boards (across the nation. Dr. as more than just a real east of St. Cloud. It is expectedthat complete drawings and submit
gets the same work as the accelerated Guests of the club were Art; George. E, bccwchamp, presidentof estate broker," Dr. Beauchampsaid. the board will develop a these final plans to the State De-

pupil just not a. rapidly." Whipp Billy D. Maltby and Cliff i FRED BRUSSOW A .. the board, anncinced! yesterday **A Realtor is. a member of school for children in grades one partment of Education for approval

Acceleration does create problems .Sutton of Winter Gardens; Howard the. local l real estate board and through*six as icon as funds become within the next few weeks.
according to Tyson The Carpenter of Horse Heads, Kermit (Shorty),Wiley is a Kis- AEROBATIC ."""., fDuring! the courseof the month JI.A.R.EJL'" By. meeting the re- available. The purchase f ti will-ba started on the schoolas

question "How*fast, to:*,advance New'Yorkt John Kirkland, Lake eimraee- resident with the distinction &jmed; by Tawny y.*ovi. guire f1t' .$1 tjb&seBtr two .' aGo '" the pja/u are ap-
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anc1 i k.
1fta701'S7 land .u -' ,
the pupil and "Should thrthOdbe ; Ed. informed of the standards uM- ethics; he i admitted to"membefsTiip
allowed to finish grades six ;; C: A. Hcrton/; Vermillion, professional parachute jumpers.He o: : to the board of $1500. The board authorized the superintendent -
established the in and receivesthe .
by them
through 12 in less 1 than six Ohio; H. E. Anthony Moravia learned to jump in Cedar ness practice In other business, the board to issue bid invitationsfor
code of ethics of the National Association right to the Realtor dei! 'na-
years)" arise. "There is no New York; ]E:: K. Brooks, Edmea-' Rapids, Iowa,.at the age of 18. He mow of Real Estate Boards. tion." : awarded a plumbing contract to April 12 to all persons inter-
blanket program for an aeceferai, .ton, New York; student guests worked with or knew the most famous Leslie Brown on his low bid of ested in purchasing pine timber
tion program" explainel Tyson. Tom Houseman and Raiph Haslir inert in !hi.-line of. enter. $1150.75 for work to be done in which will be removed from the

"It is a matter that must have of Osceola High School, and El- tainment. the new industrial arts buildingat Highlands Elementary School site.

the full attention of both the dridge Collins, gueat.'of Tyson, Wiles.first jump 'was made in Real Estate Sales the St. Cloud High School A A tabulation by the state forester!
shows that there 216 trees
are
teacher and the principal." A club conference originally August of 1923 and he continuedto low bid of $2374.52 was accepted with estimated 15,107 board
Osceola schools have doubled in planned for the home of Michael from Pittman Builders' Supplyfor an
sideline) until the
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jump a lumber and other materialsfor feet of saw timber or piling.
population during the past: five Stanko on Tuesday April 5, was 1930's. : .
There are also 62 trees to be removed
the
creating serious problem postponed cntil Tuesday APrU 12, Total $231,650.00 same project.
years a The j period for his work was-the The board, together with Jack which will yield an estimated .
for the time and to be '
school officials
in the exact place
: provision -
when ..
early, barnstorming days Moore, architect of Gainesville 10 cords of pulpwood.
of classrooms. "Last the announced at the next meeting. .
year '
; aviation'was! a novelty. He made s, Real estate transactions exceeding -
school board presented a bond isSUe his jumps at all kinds of gatherings ; 4F $5000 recorded during the

to build several new classrooms Candy Sale Nets i such.as county fairs opening : past month by Glenn Ray clerk I FLOOD CONTROL
which was defeated by an I ceremonies at airports and at KAST Closed SeasonAt
Junior'
election of the freeholders. $350 For Band I the All American: Air Races, In, of the county court, totaled $231 REPORT, GETS

"Something valuable has come oat The Osceola Junior High School Miami. 650 according to the state tax COUNTY OKAY I
of this defeat" declared Tyson Band, went "over the top" with the stamps affixed.
He made jumps at opening ,
"and that is the the help of the community by The Osctdls Com !
property re-as- I of the Jacksonville Tampa, Or: Orange Gardens Inc., sold property County Tuesday MeetingThe
eessment program now underway. selling 900 boxes of the Stuckey lando Daytona Beach airports and mission Friday morning unanimously I
to Sammy and Gooden
According tax officials the Pecan Roll in just four selling i others. Patsy passed a resolution 1

total assessed value of Osceola days. I many Over 300 jumps is what he estimates I i WILEY for $12,900; Mr. and Mrs. Troy which approved and endorsed a last meeting of the Kissim-" -- -------
KERMIT SHORTY)
County will probably reach $100- This fund raising effort by the) J be made daring .his tour: ( Bronson to -Marjory C. Ball, in report presented by the Cen- mee All-States Tourist Club for Small Claims Court

00000. Under the old assessed 65 sixth and 7th grades band i of entertainment. The exhibitions Eureka Plat for $6,500; Mr. and tral and South Florida Flood witha
the 1959-60 opened
values of the county we have been members was their only drive ,of I t that he and others staged took Mrs. Girolamo Bologna to Lula Control District. year was led To Recess On May 24
operating at lea than 15'V of the the year. The $350 netted from 1 him all over the eastern part of I Kermit Wiley now works for The board also voted to send half hour of farewell songs
possible income from a 20 mil the drive will be used to help this i the United States. The planes i Parks Furniture Company in Kis- M. Beauchamp in Orange Gardens a letter to flood control headquarters by Jay Ruffner with Mrs. Maude During the past several weeks

levy bn this amoent and we have organization continue to grow in : used in the jumps were mostly biplanes -i aimmee and resides at the corner JOT $9,300; Atlas Florida at Vest Palm Beach Dunsmore at the piano. so few eases have been filed in

been short of operating capital musical worth to both the community but one plane in particular : of Beaumont and Verona.CANDIDATES Corporation sold to Ronald and thanking them for the report. Rev. Maurice Grigsby gave a the Small Claims Court that

as well as for new building con dent. and the dividual .tui i I that Wiley remembers was the : Ettie Lassiter in Kissimmee Highlands Riley S. Miles of Kissimmee sermonette on Self Control He keeping the court open even for

struction. This does not mean old Curtiss JN4D known as the II TO $10,750; )fro and Mrs. Wallace vice chairman of the flood control announced the death of Mrs. One one day a week is not warranted.
that we wish to levy 20 mills on Jennie.." board, said the report per- and tribute to
Painter was
FOR SPEAK AT MEETINGThe sold to Mr. and Mrs. Spohn paid Many business concerns advise
the new valuations fact we TRIO HELD Clem Shon. famed in this profusion tained to work projected for
Allen Hunt Arthur E. Donegan'sSubdivision her memory.Mrs. however that the fact the court
have passed a resolution that the SCHOOL THEFT and one of the men Wiley. public is cordially invited for $14,900; Mr. and the Shingle and Boggy Creek Lucy Hamlin reported 24 exists is a very distinct asset to
levy will not exceed seven or knew, developed the act known asthe"Batwing to the last county-wide pre drainage areas in South Orange -.
Poke C;def Bob Best said Mrs. Edward Lawson to Mr. and tables at play at the card party them.
which killed
eight mils. But it does mean that Jump election school forum sponsored and North O&ceola Counties
three juveniles, including a 13 I Mrs. Joseph Malone in Lake Front Monday night with high scores Judge Fred C. Snodgrass says
we will have a better operating him in France. by the Parent-Teacher Association and Canal,
addition St. Cloud$9,000 Mr. and Southport will'recess
that the court May
on
old ninth grade girl, have of ; being held by the following: contract -
year of the
budget. t breaking and entering to commit Wiley was one group I on Monday, April 11, at Mrs. Ray Evans to Mr and Mrs. couth of Kissimmee. J. A. MaeGillivray; 500, 24 until further notice regardingan
make the first
to
The school board is in the twenty men the Osceola School Cafeteria
now I Howard Feelan in Town of St. Miles also told the commission Mrs. Babiane Lemenager; euchre, opening date.
grand larceny. Ford tri-
from the old
process of borrowing $40,000, : Chief Best said the trio broke mass motored jump plane. During this time 8:30 p.nu right after the business Cloud, $10,000; Wilmer A. Nelles that the flood: control John Taylor; pinochle, Mrs. Louise Cases may be filed on each
which will be matched by $40,003TEMPERATURES meeting. to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Szanki- Tuesday either personally at the
Into Central School at 10 p.m. that Wiley was jumping he said board this week let a contract Hudson; canasta, Fred Fisher
I on March 29 and stole a 35 mm he never had anything dangerous* At this last forum all candidates wicz in Orange Gardens, $11,500; to have sandbars removed Bolivia, Mrs. Speirs. Court room or by mail up to and
for county commission Della M. Haskins to Robert and 3, for processing
including May
from the south end of South-
: camera valued at $130 and pencils but did recall being blown Mrs. Maude Williams reporteaa
happen, board of public l instruction and Isabelle[ Freeborn in town of St. Canal which should reduce and hearing by May 24.uioiI .
and valued at around port attendance at the Satur-
I from plane once. good
D pens a
DATE L R :
superintendent of public instruction Cloud, $10,000; Mr. and Mrs.
the level of Lake Tohope-
His lowest jump was from an night dance.
$10.A will speak, with a Charles Fregitt to Mr. and Mrs. day
Wed. Mar 30 _..u 69 79 __ description of the camera altitude of 600 feet but his nor- question and answer period to Roy Prary in town of St. Cloud, kaliga. There will be a pot luck suppei

Thur. Mar. 31 ...... 74 65 ..... was sent to pawn sbops In the mal Jumps were made from an altitude follow 15,000; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Her- at the club house April 28 at

Fri Apr. 1 .......... 82 61 ,14 area and the following day the of 2.00Q feet. His chute ron to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dam- VA Consultant To 5:30 and all club members are

Sat. Apr. 2 ........ 8360. oldest of the trio showed up' and carried on his back was 28 feet ico in town of St. Cloud, $7,000; invited to attend. Coffee and trim-
San. Apr. 3 ,'''no. 88 65 __ pawned the camera in his name across and unfurled to a lengthof City Gets $5,442.32 Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Atkinson to Visit Area Monday mings will be lurnished Each one '

tIon. Apr. 4 ........ 73 26 ..39Tues. for $12. 40 feet from harness to vent. Mr. and Mrs John Needham in is to bring their own table sere
Tax
Apr. 5 .u._._. 71 60 ..20Movie ,Chief Best was notified and be For protection he carried a 22- From Cigarette tha McMuIlen to )fro and Mrs. Ed- W. W. Parker, county service ice.
his chest. cfficer for Osceola county has invited
chute
recovered the camera by paying Foot auxiliary on
Canterbury Terrace Mar- Ruffner introduced Rev.
$17,500 Mr.
The of Kissimmee received ;
noticeable City of the state
said the most a representative
$12.00 to the owner. He
pawn shop its share of the state mond Snyder in Flora Heights Carl Beatty of the Free Methodist
$5U2.32 De-
making jump is the as service office of the Florida
about a
The pencils and also recovered thing
MenuARCADE pens are tax collected during the $40.000; Mr. Md Mrs. Bruce Par- Affairs Church who sponsored the program -
after cigarette partmen of Veterans as
at the home of ,the other almost immediate quiet you -
tin to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lee of solos, accor-
piano
songs
the plane and he I&p'thatyou month of February OZ'ding- a consultant on matters concerning
THEATER and leave
boy the girl. Blank nship- in Florida Land and dian mssic music and the
director the saw r
da not have the ,feeling of L. Grant Peeples, of Federal or State benefits to
Tfcur. April T: '"The French UB" until have gone about state beverage department: which Improvement Company's addition, veterans, their dependents or sur Bishop family.
and'"Llan., Jungle Go ld*..." Riley To Capital On ailing you collects the tax. $12300; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fort- vivors. The president closed the program
Fri. Sat. April S9Run .of thArrow. 300 feet down.
jnoff to in
." al.o "The Thins That Flood Control Mission\ Jacida Corporation Appointments for consultation by singing two Scotch songsin
Florida Fruit Belt ad-
Couldn't Die. .Company's
be his regalia.
with this representative may
Sun. ),(OIL Tu April lt-11-12: Riley S. Miles who turned over dition $22,000 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
"Otwe More With Fe llng.- ; made in advance by contacting Farewells and dancing closed a
Wed. Thur.. April 1J-M: "'The his gavel as mayor of Kissimmee James to Mr. and Mrs. Graden Walker at the court house, where pleasant and successful club year.
One Krupa-3tor5" to Mrs. Jess Wilder backer the Have You Paid Your 1959 Taxes? Boyd in Twin Cedars Subdivision personal interviews wfll be avail- C

CLOUD THEATRE. ST. CLOUD community's first woman mayor $5,000; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore able on April 11 from 10< to 11
in ceremonies at city hall Tuesday Mapes to Victor Mapes in Seminole Mary Tyson Wins
StorSan.Fri.\.." Sat, April I.t: -Th FBI sight will leave next. week Check your receipts. If you have not paid your 1959 taxes Land and Investment Com- a.m. ,

MOR. April l .llJSt rMr for Washington pany's subdivision $8,500; Mr. Art Show AwardMrs. PAGES
.*.*..** Crown" and "tthapll d)" inv Miles, who is vice chairman of on county property tItHe.taxes..iU be advertised as delinquent and Mrs. Grady Dye to Mr. and Candidate VisitsIn SEE

the Central andSouth Florida is May, and mbseqaently will be offered for sale at public anesxf- Mrs. Ronald James in FloridaLand i Mary Tyson wife of Su- 4A and SA
KISSIMMEE DRIVE-IN Flood Control District will meet -'-, and Improvement Company'saddition KissimmeeDoyle perintendent of Public Instruction

with mentors of the house -, tion.: There is aim time to pay'these taxes before the, property. $13,000; Lillie Redgraveto J. C. Tyson, won a third place
VrL committee ;
gu April I 1-s: "Terror .f a For
Cornier candidate for award for her oil Follow BigEaster
Texas Town" and "Uland Women." on j public works to discuss : Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnston painting
stun )(00.... April uAUlr: *- is advertised. In Florida Fruit and Track commissioner of agriculture in the the Leader, in the Artists' League
the flood control project with
tor Fir..Teeple" a.ndR lll", ct the amphasU on work in the central ....l'. Land Company's subdivision $6.4 May primary, visited Kissimmee of Orange County's spring exhibit Values

Tu. Wed. Thur.. April IMS-It: .""J1II-. ," 000. Monday. held the past week end.
"Tta Star" and "!tell'. inland. : Florida area.

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2 The Kissimmee Gazette, Thnrsda y. April 7. 1960 BUSY GRANDMOTHER refer r. SchaU.- accessed tfcal t
.. riled iwttt""'Bfr final din
History Of Florida Shows It E."*;*, and that I .wtu apply to
wa... : y Honorable O ['. J.h' .sea., Coun-
Grandmother idff* of Osceola e woty. 1+7or-
Heads std on the t lh day. of Mayr. inn.pproaJ .
y w r i3 v of mm fclM fr n lift I
s :tare ay Administratrix>; of the
To Be Colorful From Start tale of Peter 'P Sch.rt. deceased.
.>'0 sR MINNIERONWR Th!,' 14th daof March scnrt'iT JMO'.

Legion Auxiliary : ,. I MMAdministratrix
..,,N> By FRED BRUSSOW States and will measure Florida's period since that time, it has increased state of of the

population change in the past ten &XK4, populationwise.Florida Peter P Schatk deoea.cd,
'k. i Florida is one of the oldest The vf. trerstreet: .
conducted the 27th Mwray JrAttomey
years. census by was state admitted
By ALMA HCTHERINGTON the late Chief Gunner's Mate .
names connected with the discov for AdntlnUtrairtxXttrimmre.
r A.I the Bureau of the to the
Union
Census Depart- having been
Auxiliary. She is the widow of ery' of America. From earliest Flocida:
ment vf Commerce will purchased from in 1819 4/7/14/1/2S
The president of the American bring Spain and
the late Chief Gunner's
Hate times it has had fascination
peculiar
it a forward the information last collected organized territory in 1822-
Legion Auxiliary in St. Cloud as a
Dowel Harrel USN. t
The couple
(Charles E. Athey Unit) has a first as a land abundant with in the 1950 census. SinFlorida's In 1830 the population of Flor- .
cane to St. Cloud with their two gold and precious stones and lateras
WANTED
background of Naval career men- i first census: in 1830, the ida was 34,730 and 120 years later
Dowel and
children Jr. Hester
folks and has liked I a wilderness inhabited by savage population growth has been (1950)) the population was almost
always to when Dowel Sr. retired from the : natives. spec- 500 Mothers with 500 Daugh
travel But now she spends her in Five later tacular. Virtually every ten year 80 times what it was then The ters under 12 years bid to receive
1936. In
Navy years present time, however Florid La Florida rate increase in the nineteenth
time as a retired business womanat was given to the land of a FREE BIRTHSTONERING
the father suffered heart attack is
home enjoying her three small a regarded as a wonderful in honor of the occasion. century ranged from a low of : ATPARTIN
and passed suddenly.A .. land whose balmy breezes and
grandchildren: reading travel 1 away The first Spanish missionariessent 33.7 t? a high of 60.6 percent. By
native of Philadelphia, Pa., semitropical climate made it the JEWELERS
books and playing Scrabble. to the new land were killed 1900 the population of the state
)(rs. Mary Harrlel 1017 Missouri Mary Harrell attended St. Veronica' resting place for a great nation. almost immediately by the In was 15 times what it was in 1830,
School and Catholic High Four centuries have now passed dians.
70 before. Between
just years
Ave., is serving her second' School After graduation from since the first Spanish explorer, In 1562 another 1
of nation had been 1940 and 1930 occurred the largest
year as president the localpost Palmer School of Business Ad Ponce de Leon, set foot on Florida awakened ,
the to the realization of the numerical increase in the historyof
of Americati Legion ministration, she was secretary 6iL Having heard tales of a won possibilities in this new land. the state.

to the general sales manager of MRS. MARY B. HARRELL derfully rich island called Bimini, Driven from their home countriesby With the growth of the population 1

Christian Hansen's Laboratory (Photo by Boudreanx) where the waters of a spring had the religious wars being wagedin increasing at such a fantastic ,,
: Inc. of Little Falls, N. Y., in the the power to restore youth to the Europe in contrast to the incentive rate the people of Florida

Philadelphia office. She continuedin old, Ponce de Leon set sail for which brought the Spanish must build and improve facilitiesand TERMITES

this position for 13 yean after Florida in Feb. 1512. historians to Florida, the Huguenots came abilities to cope with the
her marriage. .a think the fact that the discovery for liberty of
conscience
; and the ever- banging Florida populationand '
Alter her husbands death Mary around occurred at the time of the Easter freedom to worship God in their industrial development.OTICE .

i it became secretary to Rep. J. J. feast, Pascua Florida, the name own way. Admiral Coligny head -r +

4 Griffin Jr. in the Osceola Insur. the English began to show interest of the French Movement, sent

t nace Agency and remained in this : in the new land. The French ships of persecuted religious leaders

position for 13 years retiring in and English influence really beganto and followers to Florida. LEGALNOTICE

/ e 1956. St. Cloud show on the horizon between The Spanish government, tak- I11ISINCE"

Mary Harrell is also secretary- 1663 and 1821. Then the treatyof ing a dim view of the invasion of

treasurer of the Widows of World February 1763 agreed to jointly
"\ --- War} I of the local unit; secretaryof by England France and Spain land, sent Pedro Menendez to drive 1901
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.-- tIIIIi the Catholic Women's Club of By ALMA HETHERINGTONIT'S ceded the peninsula of Florida to them from this land. Menendez > SANE CALL ORLANDO COLLECT

St. Thomas Church and committee ., English control. landed at what is now and always
TO ALL WHOM IT
IP you*BATtwrrs DCAANOMONCyiSMAK chairman of Libraries and Thus was the hard-fought be has been St. Augustine since its MAY CONCERN: CH 1-3322
Literature in the Orlando Central j BEEN LADIES' WEEK First a message from Louise ginning of a land yet fighting an- founding on August 28, 1565 by NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
COMCANPSCCOS Hettinger in Washington, D. C., attending the Golden Anniversary ether battle..that of that pursuant to the "Fictitious
I Deanery National Council Cathy developing Menendez. Named in honor of St. Name Statute." Section 86.09. of
*W CAW CMMKC.....,IT IttN, [. lie Women. She Is a_ member of White House Conference on Children and Youth. She Was enjoying economically and industrially to Augustine it is the oldest continuous the 1957 Florida Statutes the und -
)
(
the and forward luncheon with Rep. A. stand r lgnH. who IB the only partvintereated
.Il! the Woman's Club and is committee Conference looking to a Syd on equal ground with the European settled on Americansoil In the hereinafter named DRIFTWOODNOVELTIES
Jim chairman for veterans' af Herlong on Tuesday and with Mary Holland in the Senate dining great empires of steel and stone From 1565 beginning with business enterprise, wilt present

Wright'sStandard fairs for this organization. room the next day. Louise had a nice quick flight up on Thursdayof that are the backbone' of this na the force used by Spain to remove and proof register of publication with the of Clerk this Notice of the, :

Service Her daughter Mn. Hester: the week bef ore. .Needless to say she will have an interesting tion.The the Huguenots and ending with Circuit Court of Osc
:Main and Vine at Stop Lfcht Paul resides with her mother; account of her trip and what the Conference accomplished...Then people who work, play and the war between the Spanish col- Florida the REALTY fictitious HEN name, under ofNELSON .I
Concrete
and St. Cloud grandchildren are on Tuesday of last week attractive Mildred Carlton received friends: enjoy living in Florida can be onists and the Apalachee Indiansin which he I* engaged |n business '

New Antacid Helps little Robbie Scottie, and Rose and well-wishers for her husband's Gubernatorial campaign, at the proud of the advancements made 1638, the Florida countryside J..I07 Broadway. Kissimmee' "'lor-I YARD ORNAMENTS\

Then there's little Delland, Tropical Hotel. Beautiful and well-poised, this lovely lady will influence and those to come in the rapidly was an almost constant battle- Dated at KIsclmmee. O cola '

CalmStomach mary.Harrell. son of USN Lt. and Mrs: many a vote into her husband's camp. .This without talking -. growing citrus empire of Florida. ground.In County!larch.'l'rkJhlS :slat day of Special

Nervesby Dowel Harrell Jt San Diegi politics at all This year will mark the 18th 1580 with the attack on St. latY.. J. NBl.SOX Bird Bath. $;e75
Calif. WEATHER?' FOR THE FLOWER SHOW Since the Garden i decennial census of the United Augustine by Sir Francis Drake 4714J11XIV
iMtftraHziftt excms stomach Club ladies chose the weather theme for their annual event, it was ; Pottery Plantsof
Harrell all of her
adds wltli unique formula Mary enjoys quite in line for the swollen waters of the lake to be chopping with i THE rnlRT OK T1IK all kinds.

Jumpy stomacn? Chances various hobbies which also hand.in- white caps as visitors wended their way through the beautiful dis-' Kiwanis Club Will 09CKOUA!! eOIXT.I.'IJa('OI'. T\'. FLORIDV Beautiful MUMS _... $2.00 Pot.
are it'a caused by stomach elude cards and sewing by play on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. But all was quiet and Come in and Browse.
nerves irritated by excessaC1d.s. But her main interest remains in IV, Rf: THE Ji:. TATE OF )
calm within and one felt a touch of Fairyland as the splendid ar- ; i
rETER I' SCHUTT. ) Cecil
.Amitoae goes to work entertain and keep on Spenser'sGi
In seconds. Relief lasts helping to rangements were viewed.. It was nice to see visitors from St. Cloud Deceased. )
Observe .
longer. 24 tablets 49*. Tryit a regular routine-her three and one interested group was guided through by Hazel Collyer... Anniversary NOTICE lIMIOHITK.OK INTENTION) TO f t Shop' &

tociaJ.Amiionee. grandchildren who live with her There was some comment, though not' always unfavorable, that the il.XKK aI'PLICATIUFOA

and sending loving grandmotherly Tri-Color was won by a lady from Azalea Park. But it was explained By FRED BRUSSOWThis is International hearty congratulations FINAL DISCHARGE NurseryNext

that the show was open, and outsiders bad asked permissionto on the achievements TO ALL WHO IT. to New Motel
to the little one separated MAY COVCERN
thoughts
week will mark 35 :
enter. This little lady whose arrangement was truly outstanding, yearsof which have been NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat
in
HUNT BROS. by thousands of miles-out is a student judge and must win at least five Blue Ribbons this year, community service by the Kb- these 35 accomplished, I have filed my final report a* Hwy 441 St. CloudDon't
past of service to
the coast of California. and she welcomed this chance to place her entry. Our own Garden simmee Kiwanis Club to the years Administratrix of the Estate of

114 Broadway on Clubbers have been invited to enter in Orlando shws and not too people of this area. First char- your Kiwanis community. . . . . . .
takes in
pride its
long ago Katie Sippel won a First in.a Show away from home... tered in 1925 the Kiwanis Club just !
great traditions off}
BLAIR'S GIFT SHOP g1L LEE'S Record While we all know there were fine entries from our local members, has made many contributions to community
Shop service and in the Increasing
NORCROSS GREETING and we would have liked to have'a home girl win we must show gOOd the community and to the youth
CARDS' Good Selections sportsmanship_ For the judges do their best in a job that is always of the community.: They have number of clubs celebrating these
Long playing Albums. Both milestones of growth with their
hard dene
a one. very outstanding work with
Olfta .-. That Special revel Hi Fi and Ster Also top 4581 communities. As you celebratethis I
HOBBY PAYS OFF FOR HOSPITAL-Mr. and Mrs. M. Spearen the underprivileged Children of DON'T BORR W
59c to $18 1002 N. Y. Ave. ST. CLOUD of 1005 Louisiana Ave., have turned their hobby of taking colored the community and have played a happy occasion it is the hopeof
1107 N. Y. Ave Sl.{ Cloud into for the Foundatlol1., large all Kiwanis that you shall con-
pictures, raising money Hospital r. part in building character i
Spearen's pictures of his home state, Maine and of Canada; together in the young people through such tinue to build! these splendid traditions .

with some interesting slides he made last year of the Clock and programs as the Boy Scouts and of useful labor. TROUBLE ;

IN ST. CLOUD, It's fashions For Tiny Tots, Twelve China Museum have been shown on three different occasions.... the Key Club. With good wishes for your continued

and Teens Through a free will offering at these gatherings they have raised $56 The Kiwanis success and with cordial
Club is
for grownups at which they turned over to the Hospital Foundation. .March 28th basically greetings to all, I am

The The they entertained the Osceola Shrine Club and half of the proceeds a service organization and has Very sincerely yours BORROW MONEY

were given to the hospital cause. Incidentally the slides! of the had some very: outstanding men Albert J. Tully

MAR MIL Little People Museum reflect the many new,pieces that have been added to the cs members and past members. President

exhibits in recent year '? The Spearens will be glad to show their These men receive no reward, These 35 years of community

pictures to any civic club lodge and church group interested in other than the satisfaction o: service will long be rememberedby AND TROUBLE

raising, money for the Hospital Foundation.Telephone knowing that they may have been the people who have at some
For the BRANDS know in
you able to help someone in. need.
time or other been helped by the
CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES for the family.
When the club was organized Kiwanis Club and by the youth in

DepartmentStore there were 44 charter members. years to come who will carry on WILL 'FOLLOW

Shop Boker's Industry Ten of these men still remain in where the founders must leave

the area. They are: D. 1* Autrey off.With

Sam Brammar, Ellis Davis, R. E. such an organization as
ST. CLOUD Griffin J. R. Gonn Sam L. Lup- the Kiwanis in your community
Grows At Fast Pace
believe word of it folks.If 1
fer H. N. Makinson, W. J. Nel- you can be sure that the pro a .

F son, G. H. Prather and W. J. grams it sponsors will be useful

CREDIT BUREAUOF The 3600 Independent Non Bell number served by the Bell Sys Steed. These and 34 other men and rewarding to the communityin you're in a "tight yo' awl cum

KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD telephone companies of America tem. However, because Bell companies formed' the organization which general and a worthwhile investment ,

Member of Associated Credit Bureaus of Florida of which the Florida Telephone operate in most of the larg since then has proved itself valu- in the perpetuation of

CREDIT CLEARANCE AND COLLECTIONS Corporation is a part, and which metropolitan areas they have able to the community. the high standards of your com- and see "OK" Perkins.If .
serves 11,000 communities, is more by far the largest number of tel.
Phone TI 7-25&0 TI 6-4811 The past presidents of the club munity.
than half ''of the service of ephones.The .
area
read like a Who's Who in Kissimmee. he can't the for
the country and now operates Independent Industry has In 1925-26 Ben Bostain, get <<7 dough you>,' I
10,785,000 of the 70,895,000 tele introduced a number of major CARD OF THANKS

phones in the United States and technical advancements in the 1927. Sam L. Lupfer Jr., 1928 Words cannot adequately express

Amtand'sBreasted !have a toll plant investment of telephone field, including the first Francis Igou 1929, June Gunn our appreciation for the nobody can. _
1930 Lawrence Rogers, 1931 many acts of kindness shown us
3630298000. practical l dial switching
system during the UUera and at the .
According to Max E. Wettstein which was invented by Almon John C. Schmidt, 1932 Theron S. death of our loved one. EepeclaJIr .
Parks 1933 Sam L. Lupfer Jr., do we wish to thank Jlev.JIenr .
:
president and general manager of Brown Strowger, a Kansas City >' Guy. the staff, of the f' NATIONALLOAN
the Florida Telephone Corporation undertaker. This first commercial 1934, Leslie Squires, 1935, Lovan Klssitnmee. Hospital and theGrl.vms.

figures released by the United application was made in 1892 in Fresh 1936 Enoch Herzberg,
States Association an independent exchange at La- 1937, Ed. C. Grissom Jr., 1938, THE GEORGE GARDNER
cmCKEN t Independent Telephone
EZ ETTE James E. F.UIILY & FINANCE COMPANYPHONE
l reflect the continuing Porte Ind. George Nikolai 1939
l. growth and progress of the indus Lupfer Sr., 1940, W. G. Hankins
.. ,J try which has been expanded at Kissimmee 1941 Edward P. Neid 1942 Carl CHILDREN'S WEAK TI 6-7801

an accelerated pace during the Riedel 1943 George Y. Bast Jr., Birth through $ab-Teeas

Broasted Chicken.. % 89c past 15 years, to meet the unprec Livestock 1944 N. Ray Carroll 1945 N.

Broasted Chicken Vi $1.29 DRIYE-IN edented demands for telephone Ray Carroll, 1946 Murray Over- i Broadway at Darlington over McCrory 5&10,Kissimmee
services occasioned street, 1947 Henry T. Simmons, TCI DOM!
Breasted Shrimp...... $1.25Breasted Phone TW 2.6001 by population Market ReportBy
: tf.sreelallat.
Oysters....,. $1.25 growth increased usage and 1948 John Colombo, 1949 Aldus! ........... Loans Made In All Nearby Towns
1950 Albert Rogers, a.
Breasted Seafood $1.23 13th and Carolina prosperous economy. While thcountry's : KEN CALDWELLAt M Cody
ee population increased 1951 James E. Lupfer Jr., 1952, } -
Orders be fixed to ST. CLOUD the Florida Owned and Florida Operated *
can go. 36% during the 24 year period Kissimmee Livestock N. Ray Carroll 1953, Dorsey J. ,.
from 1935 to 1959, the number of Market Wednesday, :March: 30,b85 Prescott 1954 Riley S. Miles
independent telephones soared bead of cattle and calves were sold 1955 Glenn Ray, 1956, Miles f' Also Four Convenient Offices in Cocoa, Ft. Pierce,

BILL SEZ: "We have everything in the world for the from 3,185,000 to 10,785,000, or Slaughter compared to 330 two weeks ago. Sharp 1957 Murray OverstreetJr. 1024 Kubl Ave. Melbourne and Titusville. t
239ft; the association said. steers and calves were ., 1958 Df. Thomas K. $lata, Dixie Village

Building Trade The Florida Telephone Corporation about steady, cows SOc higher 1959, Sam L. Lupfer III and this !

LUMBER ROOFING PAINT has been one of the fastest bull steady to $1 lower, and heifers year's president Duncan ". ,Orlando .'e _ .& &
- - -
BUILDIH6l1iARDWARE growing telephone companies in Stocker were poorly steers tested for a trend. McFarland. ,I o aa00 o'3 '00 '3,t'w'AT

the country because of the rapid steady heifers l-$2 were generally calves Mr. McFarland said that the

PULFORD'SBUILDING in growth the post-war of its' operating period. This territory has strong.$143 higher and cows higher steady to the Boy Kiwanis Scout Troop Club is sponsored one of the by LAST! A HAVEN OF DINING DELIGHT!


';' : SUPPLIES' expansion necessitated of an its unusual plant facilities.degree of Standard slaughter steers sold finest and most active in the FOR THE FAMILY FOR BANQUETS FOR PRIVATE PAnTIES
for $ .'-23.75. state. Such organizations are to
one utility 18.75
In 1959 a total of 15,030 new commended for their unselfish PRIVATE DINING ROOM AVAILABLE

We, sire TV Stamps with all Cash Purchases telephone were installed and 10FS9 ,- cutters 1d.25.18,7b.Standard slaughter. heifers work be in building the character of

IIWT. 441 WEST ST. CLOUD CITY LIMITSFABRIC in telephones- removed making served in the the increase area 19.60-2235. Utility slaughter cows young. people who win be the Home Made Pies and Soups teaksFull Coarse Dinners and Platters.

4,141, or an increase of 9.9rds for 1735-20.00, cutter J5.50-17.50 canner leaders and adults of tomorrow. Roasts Chicken Turkey Sea SPECIALS EVERY DAY

the year. 12.00-15.75. -This is not only aa investment in foods Sandwiches S lads. The Home of Good Food.
Cutter and utility bulls 15.00-) today but an invaluable contribution <

Your company now has 46,129 21.25, tanner 15001600. Good in the future of America.
telephones in service compared to slaughter calves DROP IN AND SEE US. Well do our best to please. Open 7 ajn.
25.75-26.50 standard
L'E'TTY'S 22,600 only 6 years alto, and 7,642 22.00-25JDO utility 20.00- A letter written by the Kiwanis to 8:30 p.m. weekdays and on

SHOP at the end of World War IL Since! 23.00. Good and choice vests International president to Duncan PRICES TO SUIT EYERY 0 'E. Sundays 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Kis-
of
1945} the increase bas amountedto McFarland as president
New York Avenue at 11th Street in SL Cloud 504rA and since 1953 the increase 32.00-35.00 medium and standard 24. 0-2935, simmee Kiwanis yams op the congratulations
good yearling stocker
that the club U just-
has amounted to 104%. In steers
brought SNYDER'S
19.50-2235 common DUTCH
FABRICS PATTERNS the past six: years alone we have 16.75-21.00. Medium heifer ly due. Here is the body of that KITCHENIn

more than doubled in size in re- 1&50-2935 letters ,
common yearlings Tfte Trw
Pennsylvania Dutch Tradition
Eating
Greeting Cards Dressmaking spect to telephones served. 180021.50 inferior 13.00-15JX). Dear Duncan

,., ; The independent telephone industry Common stocker sews 16JD019JSO Our records reflect April 8th Now Owned and Operated Dy

Alterations Drapery through itt erating" tones inferior 12.7S-lt.75. Medium as being the 35th anniversary: Mr.
and Mrs. Edmund Snyder
pauses, equipment stocker of the Kiwanis
: manufacturer calve over" 250 lbs;. 2135- the completion
and suppliers serve approximately .24J5, common dub of Kis immee. It is a very
)
18X)0-2i04. und ROUTE
,. PHONE TW 2-5262 'J''e r 441 BETWEEN ST. CLOUD AND IUSSJ MEEPage
11,000 communities inih* United ,250 tta. medium 2635-30.00, and real pleasure for me to extend t"your

States, which is more than the : common 19002700. club on Ixhalf of the Ktwan-,



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-. -I The KU immr*. Gazette, Thursday, April 7. 1960 Pare: 3

Police Department Kissimmee Police Department '


Vacation Vacancy CheckNAME MEIKROWAVES

Offers Vacation
By JOHN MEIKLEJOHN

..__..._._.__.:.._._._..._,___..____.__..__..-.:-----.__.._ The only advantage to callingthe can administration."
legislature back into a special

CheckChief ADDRESS __:___.__u._. ____....:........__....................__ session to deal with lunch counter HELPING OUT Doyle Conner -
Vacancy sitdowns would be that it would commissioner of agriculture

Leaving ...--.._._._...._._.....- Return ...........................__ center the political campaigningIn .Candidate is getting help from
Colin English Jr. Conner helped
of Police Bob Best said lIe also reminds persons to be Will light be on? -:..._.: ,!_ ..__ t ea 3M one spot. English's dad, who was former
yesterday that the Kissimmee sure to check the credentials. of All the talk about special ses- Superintendent of Public Instruction -
Police Department will again of- salesmen and repairmen before Address contact; i in emergency. __ ......-.mu.---- ions seems to boil down to this: when he ran for governor in
fer the vacation check them into the home Where legislative candidates
vacancy admitting ; ... ............. .... .... ........ ... 948.
-- ---------- --- -- -- Vnk it would be a good political
for those persons desiring it. before leaving home for an extended tt
; 'land to cell: for a special session POLITICAL POLLS '- Paul
In making this announcement period to make .
arrangements Who will have key 'and permission to,enter? _....._. f
: they are doing it. Where they Douglass, professor of government
:
Chief Best issued a burglar proof- to .have mail held for return ': JJ, .. ,, -.,

ing check list which reminds per- ; be sure that Venetian blindsare -..---......n_....___......_.__.....__;_...______..._....._._ .._._u._ w' don't ,the; don't. U Rollins College, writes that his
connected check But it is hard to see how campaign is catching fire. This
sons to leave a light left partially open; to ;. any
to an automatic timer when you make sure that ,all exterior doors ;.'" legislator would want to get in- was a couple of days after 800people
leave the house; to have pin-tum and windows are locked and all --- x."t volved in a special session at this showed up at a birthday
7 where 6.000 10,000 people
rally to
bler locks on exterior doors or ladders securely fastened with
TOURNAMENT WINNERS Winners in the Kissimmee Station. time.As were expected...It was the third"big" .
auxiliary night latches; when pin-tumbler padlocks; rent a They Went it stands, they can talk
the house for extended of ers Tournament held this week at the Kissimmee All-States about "taking firm stands and for Burns rally that fizrled. Bad
leaving an : safety deposit box for storage I. ,
Tourist Club weather time.
are shown above being presented their trophies by every
period to notify the neighbors or valuables. Mrs. Bob Facey, right. They are, left to right, Mr,. and Mrs.. positive action.
the police department; do not These!!! reminders will help burg- ask .Jhafawf7 Grant Humphrey, second, and Mrs. and Mrs.. Bert Everett first The minute they got to town, NEW GIMMICK Governor
leave notes telling where keys lar proof your home, Chief Best xt place. (Photo by Cooper) they would have to do something, Candidate Fred (Bud) Dickinson

can be found. said. F. 'J not talk. West Palm Beach, staged a 33-

But just in case they did show block Walkathon handshakingtour

B) UEt'y EBY up we would have a gigantic political of St. Petersburg.COMMENDATION .

Red Cross Drive : circus. A petition
Down in the the
three
.(., Senate is being circulated at Tallahassee
candidates for governor -Senators praising chain stores there

On the sick. list this week we 1 :Mr. and Mrs. Joe Poskin and Belser Carlton and Dickinson for their stand against integrated

Reported LaggingBob find at the Kissimmee Hospital Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Dunsmore .' -4 ,. f A .F would they probably jumped look up like to pistonsas make seating at lunch counters.At .
Mrs. Laura F.
Spencer, George
were dinner guests of Mr. and tf- .. speeches.
Brooks James Driscoll, Miss Ethel the beginning of this century -
I ... We would have
probably
May
Berlinsky, fund chairman assigned to disaster units located Reynolds :Mrs. Alice List, Mrs., Mrs. Lou Smith last Thursday. f J A or Burns of Jacksonville issuing on the average day, 15

of Osceola County Chapter,'of the throughout the disaster area to Ann Stinebaugh, Miss Christine The Poskins plan to leave this provocative statements hanging million newspapers were purJiased. ,
American Red Cross advised disaster discuss disaster caused needs in' Thompson, James Garner Wayne week for their home at Ashkum, from the capitol dome. :: Today, 57 million news
Ilernando Hills- Chamberlain, Mrs. Iral Smith, Mr. papers are purchased on the average -
headquarters for the Cen- Brevard, Citrus, Illinois. of Former House Speakers David
tral Florida floods report a total borough Lake Orange Osceola, and Mrs. Frank Evans, Mrs. Hazel t and Bryant would probably make
of over 4,000 persons given emer- Pasco, Pinellas, Polk and Sumter Schroeder and sons Mark and Joe Sherry former resident of frequent calls on their old colleagues
gency care in food and shelter Counties Berlinsky said. William, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd :Kissimmee, stopped last week to hoping to be called to the day.AIVV
alone since flood conditions be Red Crocus the official agent Bruce Harry McClard Clarence visit the Eb Jones and the E. L rostrum for a "few lion-political
gan March 16th. Complete information designated by the state and federal Rice Roy Richard Ivey, Charles Aliens. remarks" L'

will not be available until government, to deal with Anthony and Mrs. Nina Purkis- Maybe John :McCarty could
all families have returned to their families affected by the floods. er. At the Osceola Hospital: Miss Sharon Goedekfn and her come here and write a column,
homes. Red Cross funds are available for Fred Blackburn, Mrs. Olga Kos- brother David will arrive Saturday for a up in which he
Trained disaster staff have been relief of families who find their ler, Mrs. Daisy Johnson, Peggy I to spend the Easter Holidays ;ould newspaper his ,
opponents are a pret
disaster caused needs extending i McCall, Mrs.\ Bertha Caldwell with the J. .r... Hutchinsons. ty sorry say lot for what they mayor
beyond their ability to handle, i Mrs. Ann Guilliard Linda Pitts
Berlinsky explained, and disaster George Young Arletta Freeland, Mr and Mrs. W. R. McClam- SHUFFLEBOARD CHAMPS-Winners in the B Division of the may not do during the special
I returned last week to their Kissimmee Stationers held this week legislative session.
the Mrs. Grace Turner :Mrs. Came rock sponsored tournament at
sufferers should check with ,
1 Peed Mrs. Iris Rotundo, Mrs. summer home at Crawfordsville the Kissimmee All-States Tourist Club were, left to right, M. George Downs could preach from
Red Cross office.
nearest I Ind., after spending the winter at Brown and Entice Armitage; first place and Mr. and Mrs. Jess the Capitol Steps and Bill Hendrix -
Alice Guinther, Charles Curran
Beiimsky added, it is estimatedthat I Lakeside Gunn second place. (Photo by Cooper) could call a Klan Rally hereto
Mrs. Beulah May J. C. Potf Jack Apartments.
some $300.000 will be neededto launch his campaign.At .
do the Red Cross job in Flor McMahon and Mrs. Doris Dilitas. this
Birthday congratulations the same time, most of the 1
ida. Tornadoes and floods in oth- Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Mach week are being; sent to Aileen Magazine Finds Retirement House of Representatives wouldbe .
er sections of the country indi- Beard Dot Cody, involved in It
and twins, Beth and Teddy, of Chapman, Randy campaigns at home
r cate a further drain on Red Cross Churk Arnold Connie Sammons, and could make fine
Granville, Ohio, are visiting Rob, they speeches
funds. ert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jim Griffin, Mrs. Ed Pound, Buddy No Problem To Some Couples and introduce all sorts of bills to
This means that. every Red Mach at 601 East Vine St. Ingram, Steve Miles Judy Par- help the folks back home.. .not
Cross chapter has a stake in help- tin, Bertha Cain, Coralie Bass to mention Senators with contests U)
Box Office Opens 2:15 p.m. ing their neighbors and that ev- The Ammi Jacobs have returned .- Robbie Graves, Martha Gay Glass Although it's normal to worry]r I social security payments and a I back home. C'p'
Saturdays and Sundays ery person should be given an to their Summer home at Margaret Bast, Raymond Kelley. about retirement beforehand,wor- company pension plan; they have All Republican candidates, of
opportunity to participate in the Emington Ill. Kay Barber, Olive Riesinger, Eu- ries probably will vanish once the similar employment backgrundso course, would stay at home and -
WED. THUR. assistance being given these disaster gene Thompson and Earl Stein- big day arrives, according to that their reasons for retirement just' point to the newspaper accounts -

April 67 I, sufferers. Capt. and Mrs. II. B. Chipmanleft man. Best wishes to each of you. Changing Times, the Kiplinger decisions could be more easily iso- of what is going on in Tallahassee
Locally we must continue every last week for Jacksonville Magazine. Prospects for Americans lated. Two of the couples retiredto as proof positive that I1NG
"The French effort to attain and then exceed where they ,will make their home. Mr. and -Mrs. Elvyn Myers and planning to retire are that Florida; two remained at home. what "Florida needs is a Republi
our Red Cross Goal of $4,000 children of Key West spent the
Mrs. E. C. of Leesb'Crg I they will be happier than ever Relating the stories of the four
Dusenbury -
Line" Berlinsky said. Asof Tuesday visited her sister Mrs. Leona weekend here visiting the Myers before. couples since retirement the magazine
April 5th a total of $1744 had family and the Ed Pounds. The
concludes
Dutton here last week. She The editors of the magazine setout that the random
-Also- been reported. Let's keep the Red called ,to Kissimmee the occasion also market the celebration I to find the answers to the sampling is a good omen. All the
-Beautiful and Proud. Cross on the job. was by of the birthdays of Elvyn I major questions faced by persons couples are busy; none are bored.
death her Gardner.
of uncle George -
If have not donated to the and Mrs. Pound.
you NOT EVERY REAL
j planning to retire: Will there be All are living comfortably on retirement ESTATE
full extent of your ability won't live ? Will there be incomes from t
:Mr. and Mrs. G. Reed Sill of! enough to on ranging MAN IS A PEA L70R./
'lIA'' you please mail your check to* Mrs. Hulda R&smusfen has re- ciou h'to doT bit bettlr to move $400 to $COO a month. T uFhtlfe1
,
rXineri.Redcross Chapter,. P.. turned to hervhomeat204ftBfactfStreet ; .Cooperstown, 'N_Y,,. were"'I guests ? U'y"t < h ii DAn ?i'rfTfftg.tn1l'dIttereni........ 9Sft&tKIfjat.T&t '
O. Box 706, Kissimmee, Fla. 'after 'a-visit .Valparaiso, last week of Mr. and Mrs: Ralph article in the current issue cumstances in different. locales all .u b HEHKtS Of THS
NATIONAL
AHOC//ITIOH OF REAL
"GlE GODl1EfS1 I Ind. Wood on Neptune Road. of the magazine details the. ex- are happy. p A
..// periences of four couples inter-! Probably, the editors state, thereare ESTATE BOARDS AND JTS AFFILIATED
in EASTMAN COLOR Federal Tax Collections viewed. They were chosen because couples who are miserable : BOiPOS MAY DESIGNATE HIMSELF AS A

Show Increase they were representative of a when they retire, who can't thinkof _t ALTOR,WHCU! is A coaecnve
569'0
FRI. SAT. broad segment of American life; enough to do. But in its survey, -r MARK(SIMILAR TO A TRADEMARK)

April 8., Federal tax collections: in Florida HIGHLANDERSOF they live on a modest but adequate the magazine was unable to locate REGISTERED ,IN THE US.ittENT oeTIC .
r fixed income of who fit that
jumped 56% during the past composed chiefly any category.

ay 1ilsla five years more than any other REALTOR WAS COINED DSTWSUISH ETHICAL: PRACTTTWNE2S.ZH .
large estate and more than double I leaving the stage he rushed off :, show must go on". The wounded
yrw the national gain of 20"r,' the THE.WEEK ro eagerly with her, he fell down clown has recovered, and will receive -I tots,CHARLES N.CHAOBOOftN, SOMETUlNG
Florida State Chamber of Com the stairs! the "medal of honor" from PAST PRESIDENT Of THE MINNEAPOLIS MUST SE ppra ,

merce stated yesterday. in a studyof By BETTY CAZIER The seven dwarfs, all of which the Highlanders.Now I SEAL ESTATE K .$WAS DlSTSfSSEP TO ASJUTTINi o.'y
i pTae++r+icowe, official reports. averaged five years and Dopey.he there was a lot more . HEAD A NtwiPAPta.\ HEADLINE:"CEAL '.a
owe.eeerunre e ..unA The total paid by. Floridians youngest was only three. Anyway but well save it for another time. ESTATE MAN SWINDLES POOR : /

re a.as talnt i enea> t 147,281,000 during the fiscal year come to order meeting is now Bros. for providing a Hamilton the audience whooping it up they "All work and no play" will not FLtCTED ON.THE POUR MEM8ESS, HE g k \'',t 1
___ J' ending mid-1959. Individual income in session. mixer which was won by Mr completely forgot they were the be the case in the Highland; COINED TH6 TERM ACTOR TO I IN' rr
-AndIr.I'VUSAI..Ift'UIWUIAI.'WUITS- taxes, including old age. and disability .. Grace Middlemas of St. Cloud entertainers: and were enjoyingthe Next on our calendar of events is OCATE!! TWOS OP BEPUTE IN TUB BUSI
Roll call: First in order is ;
insurance amounted to nose count. Those not present tht T. G. Lee dairy for providing coffee show finally four of them the "Highland Fling", a com- NESS. THe, TECM WAS ADOPTED BY -1 ,
/ $822,13-6,000, a gain of 57'G which week follows Thi cream Cooper and Gregoryfor left the stage reluctantly, one munity social affair for all High NAREB IH 1916. '
past were as
again ranks the state at the top : Hammond sort of went around in circles land adults. Plans are not all formulated
THETHIMGlHATCOULDMt use of ,
Clare Congdons who took off fo. a organ
of all large states in the nation. Melbourne Beach for swimmingfun Osceola Oil and Kissimmee Shoe the sixth became:! stage struck, but it will be held at
I The national figure wan 32%. Corporations Store for Individuals and the seventh suddenly realizedshe the end of April and will be an
I paid |in income and pro- and burnt noses; The Day advertising was left by herself and ran "evening of Inn for everyone!" .
HortemiUers who traveled the 11. we wish to thank include Mr.
its taxes $209,508,000 up 53 f.< Morey Walters for music back into the wings. Peter Pan Dancing music, card piaying (for 0 I want to take this. opportunity to thank
DIE I while the national figure dropped ways to Cypress Gardens for Si and Mrs. for organ forgot how to fly, and the pirates those with aching feet), a buffet
slightly. Employment taxes gainedone shine, flowers, and pretty girls. Betty Eby news cov- forgot who to chase and tinker- lunch and a lively round of en- the people for electing me to the office of City
third to reach $7,698,000. The Don Moore*:eldj to the erage.
bell forgot her magic dust but tertainment will be presented.
SUN. MON. TUES. : Excise taxes collected in Floridaon Cherry Plaza in Orlando for a For those who saw the show hey all remembered they were to Further plans will be announcedlater Commissioner Also for the large vote that was
tobacco wedding reception of a friend we hope you had a very entertaining
beverages. products have refreshments after the show! but you can plan on the
April 10-11-11 and other luxuries came to $68- cake, and champagne; The Dave evening however, we also Now the models had their event being one you'll never for cast
286,000; estate taxes amounted to Auberts week end outing witn should have provided you with troubles too. One of the male get! .
COLUMBIA PICTURES paella $36,849,000 and gift taxes to $3- friends (Venice. Florida this, tickets to the "back-stage revue" models got lost behind stage, but Monkey business:
a STANLEY DONEN product 004,000. time.) Dave hasn't learned u and given you an opportunity: :o
he was finally found he Wks Strange things are going on I hope all future Elections in our city will
During the five year internal croon to the stroking of oars yet view the scenes behind the scenes. modeling a bathing suit ensemble over at the Clare Congdons. Everyone
YUL KAY Florida's population i increased then absent this past week has For a brief description of what
I is inquiring to the odd-
from Shore's and personallythink as be
conducted in the
BRYNNER. !(ENDALL 34%, personal income was up 57% been: Mrs. Craig Bell, Mrs. Ray went on behind the curtain he ran down to the lake fora looking object being fashioned on same manner that our past
and retail sales gained 41>. mond Robeshaw, and Mrs. Wood we give you '"Back-stage
of the
Well
another of these
quick swim. Then carport one :
:Rho have been out counting no Bedlam" a comedy of errors! the male models inadvertantly sat days when you think you're see Election was, for the good clean government and

Dick Padgett .:Moves themselves taking census that First of all, we had 34 childrenas down in a cdp of coffee. However ing something from outer space,
To St. Cloud Store ie; all others in the Highlandshave fantasy chararters and Mr. Shore, quick to the rescue don't run and hide. It will be prosperity for our City.ltJlCHAEL .
been busy mowing: lawns what to do with 'em now that we repaired the damage in a hurry, epace-mobile. Actually, what it

Dick Padgett has resigned his planting flowers, and giving the had 'em! Put two children together then he took out his six-shooter, will be eventually is a vehicle that

position with the Kissimmee Hospital lanunock a work-out. and you have a racket lined 'em all up against the wall will skiu just above the surface J. (Mike) STANKO
Pharmacy to take personal However, there are a few new scramble 34 and you have a good and the remainder of the evening with air pressure keeping it "up
charge of the Wefel Drug Storeat !noses to count. Visiting in the sized tornado! The solution was flowed smoothly. there. (You can easily see I'm

St. Cloud, which he purchases Highlands recently have been th"ollowing provided by Mr. Paul Sandborn of Since Ingram's models num- no student of science. Anyhoo,
several weeks ago. : : Mrs. L L, Goard fro the Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce bered six, with a total of 19 we'll keep you potted: as to its

Dick is a graduate of the College Salem Ohio who left icy roads who volunteered along? with changes, and all in consecutive progress. In fact, next week we'll
of Pharmacy, University oi 'and snow piled high to spend a Mr. Steve Hanlon from the Highlands order, you undoubtedly wondered run a special feature and inter- SATURA..NOWINNEWl
Florida.. lie came to Kissimroet ,ew sunny weeks with Mr. and to "sit with" or "on" the how they 'managed.ell. so do view the Congdons that's if _

From th. smug Bro fvay hit in I in August.'1955 as manager and Mrs. Fred Smith cf Beaumont children until time for their appearance we bat the secret remains he hasn't already finished it and
TECHNICOLOR 3 pharmacist at the Orlando Hospital We.; then there' were Mr. and on stage. How did they sealed behind Ingram's doors. Mars! INTRODUCTORY SIZE

Pharmacy a position he hek Mrs. Lawrence K. Ramsby who make out? As soon as they're However, we will say any of the Next week we'll also meet our
: until a few days ago. He was pre eft Cheboygan Mich., and more released from the hospital they've girls could qualify for the Olympics new residents.
WED. THURS., viously employed by the Sar .ce and deeper snow to visit with promised an exclusive interview. in the marathon race, each BY DOROTHY GRAYLook

April 1)-14 I Juan Pharmacy at Orlando fron he Ernie Wagners of Highland Since approximately 10 childret having displayed j remarkable "
"The Gene 1950-55. \ve. the Ramsbys incidentaly appeared in each 'of the three speed back-stage. A secondary Newsprint Is Good younger 1 with scientifically developed Sal ra

I He is being replaced by Johi are only 17 miles from the acts, that meant approximately 10 pause at the stage entrance for a For Cows Too! ,.:now offered in a special $1.00 i %Contains a balanced
Myers, formerly employed a amed Ifacsiruw bridge; also vis- children were back stage continually quick breath, then a cool, calm, ,
Krupa Story" I' Ivey's Drug Store at Orlando. ting with the Wagner recently each rehearsing hu collected appearance on-stage. West coast researchers are experimenting blend of estrogenic hormones moisturizers,

__ ._ ___,, _ _._ .' '''_ H lave been Dr. and Mrs. Jack part, going over and back over Now for the entertainment line. with a pelleted cattle emollients,and Vitamin A to help give you a fresher,
R :_-. "r ,- .- < -- -- .' ;corbori>ugh from Lakeland,Flor- 'his or her lines, and asking ten /he four Highland clowns who feed made from newsprint, vita- look.FItEE.
DIIIVE IN a MI. so. da; on Highway Ave. spending dozen questions and what Appeared in "Is there a doctor inlie' mins and minerals according to younger
- KISSIMMEE rnbs.1 ime with Mrs. Bonnie Stella has happened when they made thier house" actually needed a doe- the Florida Farm Bureau.

FRIDAY-SATURDAY APRIL 8.9 teen Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Anderson dramatic debut of the season! war! What happened? Two clowns Newsprint, the researchers say, Or get'a lO-day"trial size free when
"TERROR OF A TEXAS TOWN""ISLAND rom TSmblin. Penn. The straw-man couldat get ponce were modeling "economy wear" is similar to hay and contains 90
purchase Satura Cream with Hormones for$3.50
WOMEN" Under old business this week he had sat down; the Tin- from Jeckyl and Hyde, House of per cent cellulose which the cow'sstomach you
alls a few belated thank yous: man couldn't see through the holes Fashions the clown that wax can change to a digestible !- or Satura Lotion for $3.00.Broadway .
SUNDAY-MONDAY APRIL 10-11 first" of all we Highlanders wish in his tin helmet and almost got supposed to fall and get hurt, form of at.attb.SeaDdinatian .

"ALLIGATOR PEOPLE" :U:o thank Ingram's, Ladle's, lost} the cowardly lion hid so did fall on cue but so did the countries are already -
"RETURN OF THE FLY" bore's The Charm Shoo, ndMcCrory's wen behind the stage props he other clown and he really did'get feedteg.their cows newspapers .
for, prticipUtin in almost f Q asleep and it took hurt! He whacked his knee :so : ace ritt g to Faprr.Bareaure.: Pharmacy

TUE5:1tTD.-THURSDAY S APRIL 1M3-14 ur recent fashion show Fashions three cues to rout him out; the hard he cooMat get up so searchers fit
"TIN STAR" nd Fantasy. The event was wen Prince Charming rushed out so they switched; places, so,what theaudience 201 BROADWAY PHONE TI (6-2351-

"HELL'S ISLAND" tended and proceeds will go into eagerly on stage- be forgot all ctaaHy saw was a real To achieve success one must Your Walgreen Agency

he Children's Playground Fond. about Cinderella, and then when f down 10- earth version of "the auks ait:;attempt. .



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The! KtCThmnfe: Gazette; Thgrejiy;.April' T156Q1' Ndtidfidl Realty Month -- -
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F 60 4 KlSSlut\ .G A L m The Editor Takes A BowIt What Is A Realtor

4::1' A.J.fc. H..PerrY /Iew.paper. : It is said that "bread is the staff of life." What, then; V
to ACTIVE 11N <****>ceo is, the"staff of courage, inspiration: and future success?"
Offices: 24-26 Stewrt Arec Is not often, as you may have noticed, that a news I remember when Lily Davis was a senior in high school '
o o y Telephone Tlldea -2221. paper takes, time out to. blow its own horn. and was modestly being courted by Willie Keck. He was a| Years ago real estate .selling wasjiot the profession that it is
(> 1964q today. There were responsible men engaged in it; but their integrity,
little indifferent and awkward about his and
TI ON Entered a. Second CUr Mad Matter But we think the report just released by the Newsprint attentions or lack of it, was a personal thing.
in the j'ost glee, at Kttslmme*. la.: nformatiori Committee justifies a little tooting. It idn f see her regularly. Willie took Lily for granted. Business ethics in the real estate profession today are high.A .
says:
w. About this timer a young man named Leo Carter came Realtor lives by and is successful because he deals ethically and
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Fiona American newspapers gave their readers more news and to town. He was neatly dressed and had a smooth person avoids misrepresentation and unethical practices.
eatures-about 200,000 tons more measured in newsprintin ality. He started giving Lily a lot of attention. What has brought this about? It is due almost entirely to hard

Editor LEO SCHUMAKElt aid ManagerBUBSCRI 1959 than ever before. This concerned Willie who had been going to see Lily iri working members of the National! Association of Real Estate Boards.
These fine generous workers do not receive any monetary reward.
.his work clothes. He dressed polished his shoes "slicked"his
up ,
Among the nation's biggest in 39 cities increases Their reward is far more satisfying since, as a result of their hard
newspapers hair down".but he was able to get date
a only occasionally -
labors and unselfish interest they have raised the level of real estate
ON BATES -' in advertising and editorial averaged three pages to because Leo had most of the dates with Lily "sewedup. from .
selling
Six months, $%.SO; one ykarr $4.00; two yean, $7.09 bring> the average of these from 39 to 42 a rip-roaring ballyhoo to fine profession.The
; papers pages .
'" o' pagesan Willie rgalfce'd he M d to fco to work in earnest. He had National Association of Real Estate Board* wns Ublished
., all-time record. ompetition. Willie courted like he never courted before. in 1908 and this brought about the adoption of a code of ethics.
.t rjne4 Over a wider area, including many smaller cities, dailies and in about a year he won out. he and Lily were married. The name "Realtor" adopted in 1916 has acquired a growing sig.
increased by two pages during the year. for a total of 37 The pressure of competition is good for every body.-Our nificance. As a result of hard work and adherence to Ute code of
ethics, many families have been able to purchase homes, acquire ade-
pages per issue. foundation was based on competition, on free enterprise, on
quate financing, designed to suit their needs. A realtor makes it his
And the nation's
certainly weeklies semiweeklies .
among opportunities.Many
business to*have available the
a variety'of financing methods to meet
6" t and weeklies, the story is one of similar expan- small-town merchants who had the only store requirements of his clients. The Realtor who handles these matters
lori. thought the end had come when someone else opened a store. has pledged himself by the code of ethics which demands of him both
This survey proves more $dramatically than ever ,that They were frightened about the possible results. However, professional competence and honor. A Realtor is not just a broker.He .
.. the newspaper retains above all others its traditional position the usual outcome was that both stores had plenty of busi- is a Realtor only if he belongs to the NJL.R.E.B. (National Association -
as the nation's most popular and most reliable information ness, and both stores carried better merchandise and gave : of Real Estate Boards). If he fails to observe the code set

. 0' source-from community news, national affairs and better> service. The competition was good not only for them down by NAREB, he is subject to expulsion. At the present time
world events to advice on what is in the market place and but> it was good for the public. there are 66,000 men and women licensed td sell real estate who are
A PROJECT BY THE COMMUNITY members of the NAREB. They are members because they have accepted -
About two weeks ago Mr. R4y E. Nicely, owner and operator of information on new products and services for better living. We may become modern, but if we consider free enter- the code of ethics as a part of their business principles and
the Tackle Shack at 14% West Darlington, passed away. We particularly like the comment of Cranston Williams, prise and competition old-fashioned and toss them aside, ware they live by its teachings. A book showing how the Code of Ethics is
Survivors of the immediate family are his widow, Mrs. Orpbi general manager of ANPA, who said: tearing out the very foundation of this nation. interpreted in actual cases over the years is to be published in 1962.
Mae Nicely and a son, Roy, Jr. ". publishers have consistently placed the needs of I have written before that the Pilgrims started out asa Thus a precedent will be set down to guide the ethics and arbitration
Mrs. Nicely was left to operate the Tackle ,Shack atone, since their readers ahead of all other organizations through good socialistic or communistic community. I mean commun- committees in local real estate boards to handle code violations or
Roy, Jr., is a victim of cerebral palsy. She has had her hands full, tines and bad. Newsprint consumption reached an all-timfe ism in its true sense as defined in the dictionary, not as a political who are asked to settle disputes between realtors.To .
trying to take care of a business that will hardly afford her possible high in 1959 because newspapers served their readers so organization. No owned be a successful Realtor it is necessary to have the welfareof
one was paid a salary nor
clerical help, and taking care of her son. ; anything the public at heart and to serve it with an honest and sincere
But the problem is even gre ter than that. Roy is a patient at well while advertisers" showed their continued confidence ih ; in his own right. Everything belonged to the corri- interest in the needs of the people. This is a necessary requirementto
the Central Florida Cerebral Palsy Clinic on Orange Blossom Trail, the newspaper.. munity. .,. everyone worked for the community. This venture qualify to become a Realtor. This is good but it is not enough.He .
just across the street from the (Orange State Bank. It is our sincere hope that our own public can echo these didn't thrive. They went to free enterprise and every- must be well informed and capable of doing his job well. This

His treatment days are Tuesday and Thursdays and his appointments sentiments. one had more products, and everyone was happier. means he must at all times take advantage of the educational pro- ....
last from 2:15: to 3:45 p.m. I ,have also written about the Amana Colony near Iowa grams offered by NAJLE.B. It is impossible to separate ethics and
Therein lies Mrs. Nicely's problem. She feels she can manage City, Iowa. A colony of Mennonites started as a socialisticor competence. It impossible, tod, to separate competence and contin-
the store and the home, but she cannot afford to close it two afternoons ued education. Here is where our National Board plays a vital part.It .
a week to take Roy to the clinic, nor hire a clerk to look after i "Breath Of Fresh Air"With communistic settlement. Every man had a certain job to provides educational: forums and educational materials to keep the
things while she is gone. do in the community. He was not paid in money, but he received Realtor up to date as to new methods and advancement in the pro-
Mrs. Nicely's problem came to the attention of Paul Sanborri, I clothing, food, and an undivided interest in the Col- fession. Education has been promoted in colleges and universities as

manager of the chamber of comberce, and Lee Graves, president of the passage by the House of a five-point civil ony. After a few years, the Colony was short of labor and a result of N.A.R.E.B efforts. Real bulldog tenacity for the past
the Junior Chamber of Commerce. bill had to hire men from the outside. This forced the group i fifty years has made this possible. In the beginning there was virtually -
rights
authorizing the of
"This is a good project for the entire community," Paul and federal employment court-appointed into! free enterprise where everyone received his proportionate no educational program available. It is now possible to achieve
Lee said. "What we need is volunteers or 'a volunteer to drive Roy referees to safeguard voting rights where abuses are part and was on his own. They were paid only if the masters and doctors degrees in the science of real estate through
proved, Senate approval within the next few weeks offered
to the clinic twice a week. was courses by some 190 colleges and universities.
The boys pointed out that Roy is not helpless and doesn't requir generally conceded But it will be many years before there worked. With free enterprise, everyone was anxious to work Realtors' standards, as a result, are reported td be high, but
wheel chair. With little he take of himself be worthwhile for money. the Colony had more labor than it could use sell who not realtors. Many sell-
a a patience, can care can any appraisal of how good or how bad the many persons property are persons
And, they pointed out, if he dm continue treatment at the clinic measure is. and the outside help was no longer needed. Today, the ing real estate are licensed to do so, but are interested only in the
he will in time be able to care for himself. It can hardly be expected, for instance, to deter the Amana Colony is a very prosperous community.In monetary return. They are often part-time workers with other businesses
Mrs. Nicely told Lee and Paul that she has put the Tackle Shack professional agitators of the National Association for the England, railroads, utilities, and other public-service taking the bulk of their time and thinking. To these peoplethe
en the market and as soon as she sells it she will be able to take facilities are owned by the Government. The service is un selling of real estate as a side line is only incidental. In some
Roy to the clinic as long as is required."So Advancement of Colored People* and the Committee on Ra- : satisfactory.Most areas where real estate is lively, even taxi drivers 'have been knownto
what we need Graves said yesterday, "is some lady volunteers I cial Equality, to resolve the school integration problem or railroads and other services in this acquire licenses and show property with no qualifications to handle
public countryare
who can spare most of an afternoon each week to see that Roy even to contain the lunchroom sitdown epidemic. Neither the services necessary to protect the buyer and the seller.. N.A.R.E.B
gets to keep his appointments." this; nor any other legislation we can conceive of can outlaw still owned and operated as private enterprise. compe- continues conscientiously to bring the educational standards up to
I agree with Lee and Paul. This is a chance for some ladies -of the right of association nor obliterate the fact that the great tition still exists. We have good service. It puts everyone the point where the requirements are so high that it will eventually
the community to do a real humane service, and anyone who would majority of Americans, black and white, North and South on his toes .each trying to outdo the other. We have a eliminate the taxi drivers and curbstone brokers.
like to work on this project may do so by calling Tilden 6-3981 or do not wish to mingle racially. few instances of government-owned utilities. To continue our In today's world both buyers and sellers need expert counsel.
TI 72831. tradition on the American Way of Life, they should be sold They get it from a Realtor. They must be able to trust the skill and
should vote
You won't regret it. Negroes -and do so widely throughout the to private enterprise. ethics of the agent. The public must be protected from the unethicaland
South, despite distorted notions in the North. And it is to the incompetent.The .
be hoped that the universality of negro suffrage will be Competition made this country what it is through free association has traveled a long way sihce ,it adopted its first I
aided,rather than, impeded by the action of Congress. 'What enterprise and private ownership. competing' with the other code of ethics at its Winnipeg convention in 1913. It has drastically
'atck i is to happen i in the strained area of race relations is in the ,fellow. Although we have drifted some, private enter. altered and greatly amplified the code's provisions But still embodiedin
Vx hands of the negroes themselves--at least equally with the prise should be further encouraged. We should get back to it is the original suggestion of an early member, Frank S. Craven
"the good old days" without so much regulation. of Philadelphia-: "We cannot suggest a better starting point than the
A ki Ji"ee, whites.Commenting the Competition will stabilize our country. .. the staff of Golden Rule." All over the country, businesses are thriving which
editorially, Texarkana Gazette, (Tex-
future success, inspiration and courage.. it will make our accept the code as a guide to daily procedures.
arkana, USA) hails the formation of a new negro organization -
in Alabama as "a. breath of..fresh air in the hostile at- lives happier.Ask .
I' More Than
.r p -- mosphere," and says: '. Willie! (Editorial in the Americanizer by Walter Money ThoughtBrig.

"Appropriately, this new movement toward sanity is L. Hays, President of American Fire and Casualty Company,

it' Ijy liuNTJACKSON being organized by a ,group of Southern negroes who can Orlando, Florida). Gen. Bonner Fellers, (USA Ret), one of the wartime -
RITA 'Ie '1( '1( aides who helped Gen. Douglas MacArthur
remember and
en_there w.s. harmony and good will between plan
the races in the South. This was, of course, before Northern execute the victorious, island-hopping "return" from New
FURNITURE CO. OF KISSIMMEE will open soon In political opportunists, demagogues, NAACP agitators and No MMdle-Of'The-Road! Here Zealand to fallen Bataan, told the House Foreign Affairs
the former Winn-Dixie location corner of Dakin Ave. and Church
others who found it Committee the other day that there's plenty of in
expedient to play upon the passions and money
Street. Joe Jackson from North Carolina and Harry (Happy) Holliday
from Michigan are the owners and operators. Jackson: has 15 years prejudices of minorities. to win votes and gain power. Not New Hampshire-where a local boy from nearby the current defense budget, but it's being spent for too manyof

of experience behind him in the furniture busbies and Hollida/ has "This new group is being formed in Montgomery, Ala., Boston (in there pitching against a West Coaster who did the wrong things.Appearing .
35 years experience in the same line. The store is being remodel and is a state-wide negro group designed to combat racial not appear on the scene) reduced the traditional Republican as spokesman for the Citizens Foreign Aid
and the 9000 square fleet of floor" space will b* filled with furniture of tensions. It calls itself SANE, Inc., and according to press preference from two-to-one to three-to..two-and Committee, a group that would cut our huge, ineffectual
all types In a wide price range. Norge appliances will be a main department reports 'had adopted and .committed itself to a program o.f: Not Wisconsin whose Democratic voters may decide spending in this field, Gen. Fellers declared that $10 billionof
of the store. See story in next week's Gazette for complete the Presidential current military spending contributes nothing to modern
not forcing integration of schools and other places, but to- party's nominee.
details. word promoting and bringing about equal schools, parks, recreational But New Jersey-on April 19th-could well be the crucial defense and that the $4.175 billion budgeted for foreign
EGGERS TV SERVICE has moved to 6l6 North Main Street and I facilities, voting rights for qualified applicants and primary battleground of our time. military and economic aid in fiscal 1961 will not improve

the telephone number is TI 63075. Drive In auto .radio repair serviceis i like public benefits. .." Here, on this day, the voters must decide between ultra- American security.In .
a feature of the shop, which also repairs any make radio or TV. The editorial explained that SANE stands for "Sensi- liberal ("Modern," some call it) and conservative Republi case of war, our allies would accept neutrality rather

Antenna installation is also done by Eggers Opening- specials appear ble Approach of Negro Efforts" and that its two basic 'objectives canism in naming a candidate for the US Senate. The lines than atomic extinction. Their five million troops and our
in an id on the classified page in this issue. are: "Peace, harmony and good will between the of battle are clearly drawn. There is no middle ground. Jer- overseas forces would be useless. Thus, we should cut the

TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE now a,feature which races" and "By a sensible approach, the continuing progress sey Republicans' must stand up and be counted-and where handouts in half at once and below the billion dollar markin
has been recently added to the services at Thompson Radio Cabs arid and advancement of colored people." they stand cannot fail to give the GOP a strong nudge to two years. Bringing our garrisons home would cut an-
Lawrence Cabs located at the corner of Darlington and Stewart Ave "We wish the Montgomery campaign every success/' the Left or to the Right. other billion to be spent where It would do more good.
nues. Tim Robbins, owner of the cab company, inaugurated the an- incumbent Altogether, Gen. Fellers estimated that $18 billion couldbe
the editorial concludes. So will all other responsible, self- The Senator Clifford Case, darling of the
last He has installed various
several
swering service week. for
phones -
whites who Americans for Democratic Action has been consistent salvaged from misapplication and devoted to more and
professional men and will welcome other customers. For detailssee respecting in the South at least, wilJ do theIr a
Tim at the cab stand. level best to he p. advocate of government paternalism, big spending and pie- better missiles, nuclear propulsion systems for missiles, more
in-the-sky. By testimony of his own voting record, he would Polaris submarines, jet bombers, rocket engines, space craft
WADE BLEVINS, owner of the Brush Bucket Paint Store baa have increased Administration spending recommendationsby and anti-missile missles.
been painting the Davis building this week. The new coat of whIte New Dawn Engineering $20 billion. The Administration has said that nuclear war is "un.

tromatlc paint is just Paints.MARGARET in.time for Easter. Wade specializes in Rockcote Spec The challenger, Robert Morris, first came to national thinkable." But here is one seasoned old soldier who is

WILLIAMSON, daughter of Mrs. Nadine Williamson Out of his concern for the future of upcoming engj- fame as chief counsel to the Senate Internal Security. Sub- tough-minded enough to think it through. And we should
at Nadine's Beauty Shop has completed Tier training at Orlando neers in his own branch of the profession-mining and meiallurgy committee in directing its probe of the world-wide Communist assume that the f Russians are thinking, too-real hard.

Vocational School and is now employed full lime.at the hop owned ) -Charles M. Brinckerhoff, president of the Anaconda conspiracy. Throughout his career he has been an out- ----
by her mother. Margaret graduated with a 97.2 average and will be Company has presented a startling new concept of scien- spoken and merciless foe of 'liberal" spending sprees and as Gazette and the Orlando Sentinelcan According to the latest figures)
introducing some of the new hair styles. Mrs. Becky Partin is alsoan tific education. The changes in thinking and curriculum firmly opposed to all inflationary Government fiscal nostrums be of assistance to the business last year's iDO'top national newspaper .

operator at Nadine's. that he suggests could well bring enthusiasm. ; vigor ari d to our present excessive taxation and to nonessential alerting and them professional through the people mediumof by advertisers invested over

SOLES SAVED BY tOU. That is the slogan at the new shoe popularity to the entire spectrum of engineering and give non-defense prodigality.Since the press a day or so ahead of 1900,000,000.
repairing service operated by Louis Ofstein which will open next week) our technology the massive transfusion of fresh new blodd the death of Robert A. Taft, the Republican party the date to display the flag. They
in the Greyhound Bus Station building on Main Street. Lou his had< for which it has been crying.; has been swayed increasingly toward a policy known ds have expressed their appreciationfor SOLES SAVED
S3 years experience in the shoe repair business. He was employed a tlIenbug' To modernize this broad and vital field of education, Mr. "Modernism" and which, to GOP conservatives has the this help. BY LOU

for six years. Complete shoe repairing equipment is being Brinckerhoff would have students in all the branches of engineering gamy aroma of Democratic liberalism. Furthermore, this Yours Complete Shoe Repair Service
installed today, including stitchers and auto-soler.. The shop. mining mechanical, civil, chemical, electrical arid trend has had the unhappy effect of relegating more and very truly, WATCH FOR OPENING
will be 8 son. to 5:30 with Thursday afternoon closings af.
ter Easter.open Saturdays the shop p.m. will remain till 6 p.m. Lou and the others, study basic engineering first and their specialties more of the right wing to back seats in the Party.If Neil W. Shelhorn, 46 Main St. in Greyhound Bus
open later on. With respect to the degree to be lie the energetic and highly-qualified Robert Morris Station Building
his wife, Boots have lived in Kissimmee for six: je is. They recently earned, can Commander.
returned from I ttip to California. Boots was formerly employed at says: upset the profligate Clifford Case on April 19, the New
Hunt Bros. Watch for the opening next week at 49 Main Street. "The Word 'Engineer standing alone to indicate tHe Jersey primary may well gd down in the history books as a

!'" ".c profession is itself sufficient. It is no more necessary to pivotal event, not only in the resurrection of Republicanism
< indicate the specialty in engineering than is done in other but in America's future.Letters 1 0 .
professions like lawyers and doctors.

''1'0 accomplish the above, I propose that the education l r I3'
m iPi
program bef accelerated with the year divided into three semesters -
each of four months duration. The degree of efi- To The Editor

f gineer would thus obtainable in three years. If the 8tb-

dent wished to continue his studies and specialize a de- .
gree !in his specialty would be granted after 61 {
completion March 31, 1960 it stands, and what it should ,
two additional ifrork.
years To the Editor.The stand for in the minds of all our
Mr. Brinckerhoff also believes the engineer should be members of Makinson- citizens.

$YwwY t subjected to some cultural influences such as English composition :arson Post No. 10, American Through contacts being made by
public speaking, economics "as applied to markets Legion, Kissimmee Florida, with members of Post No. 10 to sell
and today's business world. which would include the roles to commend yon and Father John the new 50 star United States
of Labor arid Caiptal,'* sales engineering and at least one Benton for your recent protest Flag to business and professional
foreign language "with emphasis on conversation." igainst the apathy and disrespect people, we learn that it is their IEMPlIDEFit41HFbrfa4)WNPONT'
if our citizens toward our nationI desire to display the flag on all YEIIIDAYlAYHHFGOT77RW0
I Whit the educators think of these
.. recommendationswe
emblem "The Flag: of OurTountry. national patriotic days they}
H A Y/H T BURN LAMP
.. ; have not yet heard. But the professors should topsider ." agree, a crusade to encourage peb-

\ y,4....:< 0 .UkY': ., i carefully the steady decline in volunteers for science courses It seems to be a sad but true pIe's respect for our National J U6HTSIN THE &AYTIME.YA .
K s
'>, .r r; < ,< :": > and Mr. Brinekerhoff's prediction that teaching "tailoreV act that in times of national dis- Emblem where it passes in review
", -t\,:. :::. : >t t to meet the needs of the modern world" will increase engi ress, there is the call to "rally during a parade is very necessary.
neering school enrollments as well as provide better round the Flag," but after a few Another comment often heard is
THE NEW DAIRY QUEEN owned and-operated by Mr. and Mrs. training
PUts of and prosperity that ta national patriotic data
James Smellier, is shown in the above photo. The new sign was What the nation needs, and,must have, is not only mon I purchased:peace by those who did "rally when the flag should be displayed PONT NEW T'BUKN LAMPS ORHEOHU&fTf
erected this week and work on the kuildirt&U'now t inpl tea. The students, but more eagerness-to-learn. And certainly, b i iodnd the Flag," there certainly the day has practically ended b- IN THE DAYTIME T'SELL 8AR6AINSrarE
Dairy Queen ,is located north df Kiss i n eon,. 1'l-92'.near' the Jelly the prevailing routines'&I'd failing in attraction it's big Is- a tendency to forget the significance fore they awaken to the fact that J/ST.

Factory. (Photo by Cooper, ) _; a.I .___,____.. .. .. time to.shake, .them up.. l of the flag and for whit they failed to display the flag. Tie SPELL OUT Th OFFER/NJ IN LAlfl FIFJ3 ATid',
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,., COSfPtETES COURSE :The J KJsalmiriee_ Caiette. Tnnrsd'iyJ, April 7 1$6Q_--.fj(.* s
Dairy
County -b SupportTo


Agent ,.Y 4 N :, yyF ContinueDairy Presbyterian Church I


price supports will continue -
: Jim through the 1960-61 marketing Activities Are ListedThe
year at the current dollar and

Smith cents Support lenIs, according: to chancel choir meets Thursday The: Jennie Hutton Circle: will

Clyde E. Story, office manager of 745 pjn. for rehearsal in meet Tuesday, 2:30 pjn. at the
Says the Oscepla County Agriculture the sanctuary. home of Mrs. Mildred Jaco 502

n Stabilization and Conservation. o ,Et There will be ,a special meetingof Lakeshore Drive. Mrs. E. 0.

Committee. the Session Friday, April 8 at Johnson, Mts. Maurice Grigsbyand
The Supports are $3.06 per Mrs. Blanche Greenfield are
Citrus should be looking J hundredweight \ pjn. in the educational buildingto
growers for manufacturingmilk
receive new members. the co-hostesses. Mrs. Blanche
groves over now to determine and 56.6 cents pound for
per Greenfield and Mrs. Dole l will have
what should be put in the post butterfat, representing 77 per Palm Sunday services: begin the
program.
bloom spray which should be put cent of parity. The new marketing with Sunday school at 9U ajh The youth ehoit will meet on
will be 11 ajn. The
on in the near future. Abundant Worship at
begins April 1.
year Tuesday at 3:15 at the
rains and the prospects of them In carrying out the program to t .acrament. : of Holy Baptism willoe church. p.m.
continuing emphasize the impor- observed and new' members
support prices of milk and butter-
tance of a post bloom copper for fat sold by fanners, the Department win be received. TheRe Don
melanose. In most cases scale will of Agriculture does not deal L. Van Etten pastor, will haveas Gazette Advertising Pays
Airman William S.
Scaggs son
not be a problem in the post bloom directly with the farmer but offers his sermon jopic: "The Roadof
Ipny. Groves should be checkedfor of Mr. and Mrs. Beecher S. Scaggsof Triumph." The Chancel Choir
to butter cheddar
purchase ,
421 Emmett St, has completed Pretty White
under direction of Lester W.
six spotted mites to determineif cheese, and nonfat dry milk in '
a miticide should be put in the carlot quantities from processors. his inital course in Air Force basic Geisler will render the anthem, NYLON APRONS \
at Lackland
military training
"Hosanna Blessed Is He That
bloom
post spray.
of having Prices received by farmers so AFB, Texas. He has been selected Cometh" Luvaas. FOR EASTERANN'S
Trees that are suspected far during the current marketing by .
to attend the technical train-
t, water damage should be watched year have averaged 59.6 cents per ing course for Aircraft and Missile The United Presbyterian Youth APRON GIFT SHOP
so as to check any infesta- will meet at 6 the educa-
pound for butterfat and $3.22 per p.m. in .
Maintenance at Amarillo AFB, 315 Main SL Kisuim-.ee
tion of shot hole boers that might Hundredweight for manufacturing Texas. tional building.

attack these trees. milk-substantially above the
sup- attended Osceola
A word of warning to those Airman Scaggs -
II port levels. High School prior to his enlistment CHRISTIAN SCIENCE STOVES REFRIGERATORS
these
residential
engaged in areas:
Cash receipts to producers from in the Air Force. SOCIETY Used
check with J. A.
people should
1960 estimated -
marketings during are
Mnlrennan, Florida Department of to be $4.7 billion-the high Basic airmen at Lackland are 110 Dakin Are. (Brahman Inn FURNITURESewell

Health, Jacksonville, Fla, for full est on record. Increased consumer selected for specialized trainingat Hotel) Sunday Services 11 LID
technical schools the basisof
Thurmond
details on securing permits to han on uanuay School 9:30 ajn.
and
incomes are in prospect, commercial -
their interests and aptitudes. 1015 W. Church
72 W. Pine
dIe certain materials before May Wed.
Night Services 8
of milk products p.m.
use per
h They are reassigned to the school, ORLANDO -
1st.Recent have t person is expected to be at leastas after five weeks of basic training.At :
rains many pastures large as in 1959.Income :
the technical schools
,, flooded at the present time they are
and those that were juSt fertilized given additional military training

may need another application.Much TaxFacts dong with the technical instruc REELECTL.J.
of the nitrogen and potash CAMPAIGN CANDIDS-Follow, one of Fonda governor candidates around with a camera for a tions.
before the rains is in most day, and yon can come up with candid photographs like these, which newsmen took of Farris Bryant Upon completion of special
applied of Ocala as he campaigned recently in Central Florida. The facial expression of Bryant were reactions technical; : training at an Air Force a re
in the lake and fish
food.cases Cattle should be now fed supplements to comments and questions as he was on a a handshaking tour. (FNS photo) Technical Training Center, airmen .

until pastures regain How many dependents'! can you are assigned to operational I

more of their growth. PanthersTo Chamber Members claim! units of the USAF Aerospace HARVEY '
Kowboys And must matt all Force1.!
Much interest is being shownin Attend ConferenceLee Each dependent
planting flatwoods soils, but five of the following conditions: COUNTY w
there is little information 1. Dependent must have re-
on
very Clash Here Graves, chairman of the one-half of his First :Methodist\
this subject. Each individual is his FridayTomorrow ceived over sup '
Chamber of Commerce Industrial \ t
own experiment station. This port from you in 1959. Church News C01IDiISSIONER't
Committee Pete Hunt Bob Millar
might be a good time to find out 2. Dependent did not have over
how wet a prospective piece: of I at 8 pjn. the Kis-' and Chamber Manager Paul San- $600 income in 1959, unless tne Services at the First Methodist District 5

citrus land is. simmee Kowboys will take the OHS Citizens Of born attended the Conference on dependent was your child or stepchild Church begin with Sunday schoolat
Practical Problems Industrial
field against a strong Mulberry : on under 19 years of age, or if 9:45 &.n1_ Rev. Henry Guy will He has eight years'experience. p s
James Bartley Hall baseball team without the aid of The Month NamedThe Park Development, ,held at the over 19 years of age, a rull time bring special Palm Sunday messages .'

Died At Miami\ \ Frank Glass and Barney Parker, two senior high students Langford Hotel, in Winter Park, student, in which case tIle de at both morning and eve-
Friday April 1, 1960.
first string players who are at- citizens pendent child can earn any nip services. At 11 ajn. the chancel -
Mr. James Bartley Hall, 71, of thosen as of the month The conference was informal, Has been active in -e'
tending the Key Club conventionin amount as long as you actually choir will present the anthem,
for March Harold Woodall
1311 N. 40th. Street, Miami, are highly practical with concentration _
Miami. and Joanne Roehrich, both juniorsAt provide over one-half of the cost "!tide On In Majesty," by Baines. making decisions. F.
passed away Tuesday, in a Miami Last Friday the Kissimmee on the problems that groups of support. At 7:30 pan. following a brief
Osceola High School.
hospital, after & lengthy illness. Kowboys went down to defeat at or individuals have encountered: or 3. Dependent is not claimed by sermon, Rev. Guy will show a ten
A native of Keaansville, he had the hands of a strong Arcadia Harold the son of Mr. and Mrs. will encounter In industrial park any other taxpayer and aoes not minute film on his recent trip to Has Always Voted Best Interests of ALL
Harold C. Odan is
been a resident of Miami for the W very a:- development.Robert with another
nine. Three pitchers were used in file a joint return Cuba. Osceola County.
past 30 years, and at the time of an effort to bring it out, but tive, particularly in sports. He Holder, successful developer taxpayer. For instance: do not The Methodist Youth Fellow-
his death was maintainence fore- was a member of this year's var- of the world famous daughter HE ADVOCATES
the final score was Arcadia 9, list a dependent married ship meets for supper at 6 pjn. .
man for the City of Miami. Kissimmee 0, in a hard fought sity football an baskt baD teams Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, who ;files a joint return with Sunday, followed by the MYF More co-ordination between state and
He was a member of the Baptist game. and is. presently on the track: Atlanta, Georgia was chairman; of her husband. programs at 6:30. county officials.

Church. For the Mulberry game, the team. He also boasts membership the sessions. Other specialists on 4. Dependent must be a citizenof % The King's Daughters Class will More for
regular
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. probable starting line-up will be in the Lett im n's Club and was the speaking panel were: A. R. the United States or a resident meet Monday at 2:30 pjn. in the meetings county com-

Frances Hall; four sisters, Mrs. Gary Jones, p;'V. McKenzie, c; recently elected the treasurer of TimDerman, manager of Tampa -of the United States, Canada bungalow with Mrs. John Thoman i missioners to expedite county business.,

Dewey Godwin, Miami; Mrs. Philip Flater, Ib;. Butch Parrish. the Key Club. Industrial Park; George Sanford, Mexico, The Republic 01 and Mrs. J. O. Lowe as hostesses.The Signs to be posted on every county road,
Laura Tindall, Tampa; .Mrs. Vir- 2b; Ken or Andy Murphy, Sb; Bob Joanne, who has lived in a variety director of planning Lakeland Panama or the Canal Zone. official board..will meet giving name or number of same.
gie McCain and Mrs Addie Hart- of places came td K ssim- industrial 5. Dependent must be closely 7:30
Gehrett; as; Don Streetman, If; Polk County park pro- at pun. Monday. On Tuesday
zog, both of Kissimmee: Chris Foran, cf and Conway Howell mee several years ago. The gram. .J. Patrick Bartlett, developer related to you Or be anyone else afternoon, the Children's Choirs paid Political AflTertUement
Funeral services wD be held >.t rf.Next. daughter of )fr. and Mrs., J. F. Lake Holden Industrial who meets requirements 1, Z, 3 rehearse in the educational building .

2 p.m. FriJay from the Grissom Tuesday the Kowboys will toehrich, she is active in 4-H, of Park, Orlando; John N. Webb; and 4.above and had your Some as follows: Vesper Choir, 3:00()();
chapel, with the tev. Bill>IDaenship *\- \iIa /Avon: Park-here. ; which she has been a menjber.,fbr' University of Florida: population as his principal pl*". ,.fgaredC!! Ctt.rfar&t Cboiiv s4 iOtfttmadttt Carol I- t'
bt First Baptist Church, A junior varsity team has been several ,years. She, is.a1s. incharge expert; Nicholas J. Murphy: manager and was a member of your house: Choir, 4:40. The Layman's Training -
officiaLnt. Interment will followin organised. under Coach Eddie Mc- of her church youth industrial services division, hold, even if not related to you. School will be held in the bun. TO

Rose Hill Cemetery Grissom I Gonigal to be called the Broncs.It group, a member of the senior Florida Development: Commission, If the dependent has worked galow, beginning with supper at

Funeral Home is in charge of ar -composed.- eighth, ninth high .student. council. ant has just and William J. Rivets, Jr., Prudential part time and earned teas than 6:30 and courses ffojn 7 to 9. MY FRIENDS
rangements. and tenth graders. Their. sched- been chosen by the faculty to Insurance Company of $600 in 1959 or was. your ciildunder" The Minnie! Fielding Circle will

ule is as follows: represent Osceola High at Girls America, whtf Spoke: bit financing 19 or 19 and a student, and meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at My sincere thanks. to frf'for
Pvt. Harold T. Shytle Friday, April S, Lakeland, State to be held this slimmer at income tax was withheld from the home of Mrs. Anita Eckmann, you

Gets Assignment away. Tallahassee. such ,earnings, the dependent Landse/ Way. your overwhelming .'

Tuesday, April 12, Dade City,, Assistance Offered By should file a tax return tv secure Also on Wednesday morning, a expression of confi ., ,
Army Pvt Harold T. Shytle, *. refund of the tax withheld. "Day Apart" service will be held
away JGCA To ,Elect dence in .
son of Mr. and Mrs.\ Taylor J. I' Dept of Agriculture In me as your .
Thursday,April 14, Sanford, beginning at 10:30: ajn. at the :
Shytle, 114 Emmett Street, Kis home" Officers Thursday 12-County Disaster Area home of Mrs. Joseph Lombardy Circuit Judge. I regret it t' t-

simmee, recently was assigned to Monday, :April 18, Lake Wales, Flood Film Available Lake Cecile.: It is being sponsored is impossible for me to
the 1097th Company the Orange
Transportation 1
of
The annual meeting the W.s.C.S.
home: The U. S. Department of Agriculture It was. announced yesterday by t y see and thank all of you :
at Fort Eustis Va.
: Gardens Civic Association The Young Mothers' Circle willmeet
t Thursday, April 21, Colonial; has approved certain CoL Paul D. Troxler, district engineer personally ;>
engineer in the company 7 at
Shytle an 'home.Tuesday gill be held Thursday, April at 3:30 pjn. Wednesday attn
entered the Army list April 26, Lakeland,* .::30 p.m. in the O. G. ..Community.3uiJding types of assistance for 12 flood- of the U.s. Army Engineer home of Mrs. Carl Glass, 20.1
district, Jacksonville, and GeorgeE. It will b. appreciated and most
and bash
November completed
home.: George Street, stricken counties in tae south central foinciana Cr. A nursery will be if
will remind
helpful
Dail, executive director -of the you your
training at Fort Jackson, S. C. Friday,"April 29, Dade City, Major A. L Simonson, chair- part of Florida, according to Central and Southern Florida provided at the church. There will friends t* t .
old soldier attended
The 20 year home. :nan of the nominating commit- H, B. Foster, chairman, state Flood Control District in West tie no :Prayer and Bible Study hour t.

North. Belmont (N. C.) High JlondaMaT 2, Lake Wales 49, ;will present a full slate of USDA diaster committee! Palm Beach, that a locally photographed this week.
School. for electiccj to, the On Thursday at 7:30 there VOTE
away. ;-andidates Surplus foods, including flour, documentary film enti- p.m. r KEEP
CARD OF THANKSWith 1 The Kissimmee track: team wa -oafd of :directors, of whom one cornmeal rice, lard, and non-fat :tled "Waters of Destiny" is now will be a special service in tnt
to have gone to the quadrangl. rill be elected, : as president! dry milk have been made avail- available for public showing. sanctuary and Holy Communionwill
deepen gratitude we extend at Boone High in Orlando, Wednesday Following the business meeting, able through state distribution The 27-minute color film describes be observed
many this kind word acts of thanks of sympathy for the with 'Coach Travis Akin. Jade S. Lanier, County Tax As- agencies in the counties: of Sum- the events leading to the City-wide Good Friday services W. A. TTiSHALL

expressed by thoughtful friend, jesSor, and Warren :Hunnecutt, ter, Hernando, Hillsborough and creation of the gigantic water will be held in the Methodist
much These to kindnesses us. have meant Always'do right This will gre jr,. president of the Warren Hun- Pasco. Donations of grain have control project which serves one sanctuary from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.

tit y some people, and will aston iscutt Appraisal Co., will ex- been made to the Governor of third the area of central and under the direction of the Kissim- CIRCUIT JUDGE-
THE DRIGGERS FAMII-T ish the resit lain the; re-appraisal of Osceola Florida for free distribution i southern Florida. mee Ministerial. Association.

Jeunty property: which has been thorugh. April 30 under the direction :' 'the film will be available free 9th Judicial Circuit
since last August Re- of the director, Agricultural
going on for group showings iron the Corps
WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED TO TEST ults are now' being tabulated, Extension Service, to certain eli I i of Engineers headquarters in Kummage Sale To Be Orange, Seminole Osceota, Brevard, Indian River

and new :assessmects: ate ex- gible livestock owners in Sumtef Jacksonville, and the Flood Con- Held April 8 and 9 St. Lucie, Martin and Okeeehobee Counties.
YOUR TRACTOR FOR county and- tn eligible l txtultrVmert l trol district in West Palm Beach.
AND SERVICE
'ected.Asocial hour wilt close the ses- in the Masaryktown area of Her It is anticipated that this enter- A rummage sale will be be,. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3, 1960

Hostesses will be Mrs. nand and Pasco Counties. taining and educational film will Friday and Saturday, April -
Maximum Power Efficiency ames ton. C. )McGowan, Mrs. Gustav On addition, the Farmers Honie be ira demand throughout the Unit- and 9, at the Holy Redeemer P u Paid 'eliticA'' My, y t asiss lA Trsaansr

Lcharach..Mrs. Morris A. James, Administration has been authorized ed .States .for showing to school, ish Hall
"
fad Mrs. Robert V. McKissic.' to make emergency economic civic, patriotic ana. other orgam- "L

Thl< A & W TRU- The meeting is open. to the and production loans to eligible zatiods interested in water conservation
farmers through December 31, flood control and recreational -
TEST *qu tests ACTUAL 1960 in the 12- ounty area. The opportunities in ,the 18-
s HOESEPOWEt at twelve counties include Brevard, I county Flood Control District.
I_ :_ PowW T obOff.1 Jlrst Baptist Church Hernando, Hillsborough Hernan I Wi solid facts about the project ,;i .

I Jbserves Youth Week do, Indian River, Lake, Orange,: and its :works, the film incorporates w. B. STEPHENSAsks

Osceola, Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, action scenes of colorful wild

this week is "Youth Week" in Seminole and Sumtef. life, and recreational, industrialand

i iv Jii First Baptist Church. For the Foster stated that the depart- Agricultural activities. Aerial "
t .nost part the places of leadership ment approved the action after receiving photograph has captured the Your Support For The Office :'ofSUPERINTENDENT

throughout the church are recommendations from the gleaming canals and monumental

zing supplied by the youth of state USDA disaster committee pump stations in a panoramaof
.he church. and "GoY. Collins. The recommendations man's works which are controlling s -
Prayer meeting was held this were based on the damage Nature's"forces for man's beh- -: ; OF

seek by the youth, and the eves resulting from heavy .rainfill efit The Corp of Engineers and
...-. oing services fot Sunday will be and flood conditions daring the the flood Control District have

.t-... ... .e -- Douglas Bennett, a minis- losses to vegetables, extras, film which will be of national A .
Let us test your tractor with the NM A.i"W TRU-TEST ferial ACT. ithdent of Stetson Univer- poultry and pastures In the area as well as state and local interest :

DYNAMOMETER dnd guamnfee 'you better perform- tity', will preach on Sunday for Efforts ta secure rite reductions according to Troxler aDd .
bi .
anc We can make required adjustments accurately All kervkes.: Barry Stile aa Air- from into railroads the for movement continuing. Dart Born in Barlow Florida April .17r 1915
jian of McCoy AFB, will dirett : hay area are Prints may be obtained by writing ,
end quWy. The coif ii r I6\tf fof Itti' Jervicff and will ... '
: '
:Jbe music. Mr. Stile U a memberof i to the Chief, Technical Liaison
save you many dollars in gasoline and time in ifie fi td.1| this church and of the YovmgPeople's I Branch, US Army Engineet

Youll get more Work 8ofte and da: If better when your) Department -., Activities Of District, Jacksonville, Corps of ,:

tractor is in top condition. A roller skating party Is plan. jehovah's Witnesses Engineers, J. d. Box: O70, Jacksonville W. B. STEPHENS .:; ,_ '
of the. .chutth 1 Fla Director oiPublic f
lied for the youth Or to
You can keep your tractor at peok performance ,}ty ba April itHh. Tickets' rte avfl- Oa Sunday April 10. at 8 p.m. Information Service, Central CREATE HARMONY AND BETTED- RELATIONS idrWEEH'OUNTY. OFFICE, ;

periodic idtiK ki king on our new test equipment. able through Mr. Bagwell or Mr. Jehovah's Witnesses will meet to ,and Southern Florida Flood SCHOOL PERSONNEL AND PARENTS. '" ,..

73lankensfilp. celebrate the LonTa Evening Mealat Control District, 901 Evernia St,
or- Come in, ask about prices. let us tell you more. Kingdom Hall en Ocean :Street; Wist. Palm Beach, Fla. Request ADD,MORE> VOCATIONAL COURSES FOR STUDENTS Ml GOING To COLLEGE.

NEW ARRIVAL The Watchtower study and discussion should Btate the name of the organization BETTER SCHOOL BUS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STUDENTS.. 'i
international Hanreste'r Factory Branch Mr. and-Mrs. Wilbur Morse announce will be at 7:30 pjn.. ell expected attendance. ., .
the Arrival of i J new Saturday, April 9. The subject and tbd data of showing as well \

cCotmlck. Farm Equipment Store: daughter: Pamela Frances; who tor,discussion will be: "Be Swift\ 4s,in afww O- data in event the MAINTAIN .EXISTING SCHOOL SITES. .

joined* i& Morse family on Matila'Yonne' To Hear, Slow About Speaking\ ? fihn i tt,hoi'available for the first- .

710 W. Central CHerry 11567ORLANDO 31.t. ,... .. ,. ,- : Meetings are held at Kingtkrra mentioned,date. All requests wilbe'Acknowledge -. -.

?.. '_ \ _, Pameli waa born )*fe' > Hall,on Ocean Street to'attend Good-wiR : .,. giving the died .' : .: 1 pad PoHttalcyetttu .6.'.. ,.. .., -" -
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Kissimmee Womans Club
Marilyn Dietrich, chairman of on Sunday, April 24 at the Holiday met Tuesday afternoon at Hart

Health and Safety of the Kissimmee Inn Motel in Melbourne, when Memorial Library with Mrs. Carl

Business and Professional the Cocoa and Cocoa Beach dubs Kenton presiding.

Women's Club, presented the program will present workshops on Inter Mrs E. T. Beedle gave the devotional :
of her department at Hart national Relations. At that meet taking her subject from

Memorial Library Tuesday night. ing also Vera Lalley of the local the 16th chapter of St Mark.

She introduced Gene Hassett, club will be installed as district Mrs William Sippel invited the "' '

Orlando, executive director of the recording secretary.A f members of the club to attend 0..
Orange County unit and field nominating committee which< Open House at the Library Fri. >;

repre mtative for surrounding includes Rhea Pherigo, Betty day April 8, from 9 a.m. to 4 r _
counties, of the American Cancer Jane Brooks, Beth Doran and p.m. in honor of National Library :
Society, who showed a film "Time Phyllis Mueller.was elected. Phyl. Week.

and Two Women. He also explained lis Mueller, International Relations Mrs. Sam Prather was accepted __ '
that 40 per cent of the chairman, announced plans as a new member. I

money collected in Osceola Coun- for a Food Fair to be held at the I Mrs. Kenton and Mrs Fred '

ty during the Cancer Crusade, Community House on ThursdayApril Conard were named delegates to __ 1.
remains in the county, and is 28 at 6 p.m. This will take attend the convention "$
to be held
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...
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used for dressings, and also helps the form of an international din. <, "
at Miami 26th '
April through the ,'w, : ;: ,
support the Tumor Clinic in Or- ner served buffet style with foods ,"';.; ;"t>> Si :,,/{,"*.'.<.,, :'

lando. lie pointed out to club from various countries from 29th.Mrs.\ Conard announced that the

members the need for help in set- around the world. Truitt Schel- /,, Parent-Teachers Association has

ting up the crusade in this area lenbergh, Eliza Dean and Marilyn "> invited members of the club to Y ,

for the month of April. Dietrich comprise the committeein F ;. attend the last county-wide pre i ,. ,': .ft .., .'" ,i : ..\;: .
Avis Criffen presided at the charge"of preparing the food. ,' election school forum a
business meeting. She commented Tickets at $1 each will soon go ., 4. tisan meeting presented non-par-in the GARDEN SHOW WINNERS-Two of the winners in the "Whether the Weather" Flower Show
on. the publicity obtained on the on sale. rI public interest. The sponsored last weekend by the Kissimmee Garden Club were I left, the Fair and Warmer entry by
Retirement Home project,. especially Club members voted unani- meeting will] Mrs. B. Steffee of the Daylily Circle and right, the Hurricane Warning entry by Mrs Clyde Nelson
be held Monday, April 11, at 8:30 of the Gloriosa Circle. (Photo by Cooper)
in the issue of The the
recent mously to sponsor completionpins p.m. in the school cafeteria. *
Florida Business Woman. for the 4-II girls this year, Officers elected for the
year
Lottie Lawler, chairman of the under direction of Marilyn Die- MRS. RICHAKU ALLEN: CANADA 1960()..61 are Mrs. Carl Kenton, Flower Show Voted EVANGELIST

Retirement Home Committee, reported trich. president; Mrs. Hewen Lasseter, .
on plans for a meetingof Ruth Medd and Blanche White first vice president; Mrs.\ Wes .
the various committees before were hostesses for the social hour Conley, second vice
president;
the Federation convention in that followed the meeting. They Mrs Harry Dale .e '
.CanadaMarshall" :; recording secre- SuccessThe
June. were assisted by Mrs. Joe Williams :- ; : tary; Mrs Fred Conard, corres- Splendid
Announcement was made that Winter P:f ic, who was '": : '.' ponding secretary and Mrs. Ed Ia

the district meeting will be held, a guest at the meeting. Neid, treasurer.
officers Weather theme in the Kis class. Mrs. Clyde Neson won a
Nominating were Mrs
MRS. BRYANT TO BE. GUESTGUBERNATORIAL Vows Exchanged Neid, Mrs. Lasseter and Mrs. simmee Garden Club flower show first prize in the class Hurricane
William Skinner Saturday and Sunday was demon- Warning, and also in a dried arrangement -

A skit entitled "Springtime"was strated with actual changes in the class, Hot and Dry.

Mary Virginia Marshall, Kis ported Belgian lace with a fitted presented by Mrs. C. W. Foster local atmosphere during the two- Other blue ribbon winners in
the artistic section included Mrs.
simmee, and Richard Allen Cana- bodice, featuring a scalloped neck- with Mrs. Roy Prentis, Mrs day event. :
Ruth Steffee Mrs. William
Sip-
a. da, Orlando, exchanged wedding line and an illusion of tulle to Rufus Suhl, Mrs. Arthur Logs- While there was no heavy frost,
Mrs. Brian Wood Mrs.
pel, Emily
r vows at. 2 p.m. Saturday in St. the demure lace collar. The very don, Mrs. Loyal Lane, Mrs.' Max i nor hurricane warning, gently developing Evans, Mrs. Carl Schmidt and I

John's Episcopal Church, Kissim- bouffant skirt had an insert of Norris, Mrs. Ellis Davis Mrs. line squalls and brief Mrs. Henry Simmons. Mrs. Frank

mee, iri the presence of the Rev. tulle over satin, with the lace William Sussenberger, Mrs. Fred showers kept visitors scanning the Pyle of Hibiscus Circle won the I
E Father John A. Benton Jr. scalloped and reaching the hem- Conard, Mrs. Jessie Kleinman and skies for signs that definitely Sweepstake prize for the most
The bride is the daughter of line at the sides. Misses Jean Foster and Janet turned into fair and warmer for Blue ribbons in the show. Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Marshall Jr., Her matching fingertip veil of Foster participating. Mrs. Dan the closing hours of the show. John Doss, Magnolia Circle, was \

t Kissimmee. The bridegroom is the tulle was attached to a tiara of Johnston sang "Easter Parade", Garden Club members who had runner-up for Sweepstakes.The .

son of Mr. and Mrs. Hamer Wilson crystal and pearls. She carried a accompanied by Mrs Lasseter, worked hard to insure success for Rose Circle realized the

Orlando. bouquet of white carnations on a pianist. the annual event, included Mmes. highest number of points for rib-
John c.. Marshall, brother of white prayer book. Miss Marilyn Dietrich home Robert Metzger, William L. Sip- bons won in the show, with a to- c. CARLYLE BROOKS

the bride, served as best man. His A reception was held at the demonstration agent, introduced pel William Prather, Pete Hunt, tal of 205 points. Hibiscus Circle *
fiancee, Miss Sharon Lee Batten, Cherry Plaza Hotel. Linda Smith, Patty Spence, Rose June Gunn, Fred Burton, Avis and Magnolia Circle were runners-
was the maid of honor. Usheringwere The newlyweds are taking' a Henderson and Joanne Roehrich, Griffen, W. R. Hayward, Fred AI- Baptists To Conduct

Don A. Hinton and Nat Tan- trip through West Virginia and who attended the 4-H short course thause, Malvin Samuel, Charles up.The Award of Distinction for Visitation ProgramC.

nenbaum. Washington, D. C. They will reside at Tallahassee where Linda stud- Gaylord, Carl Schmidt, Edwin La- the best horticultural specimen in

oL For her wedding vows, the in Massachusetts after April ied flower arrangements; Rose, due, Henry Pyle, Mal Lamb, Hen- the show was won by Mrs. Fred Carlyle Brooks, visitation
bride wore a formal gown of im 12. home improvement; Patty, model- ry Simmons, J. E. Duke, E. J. Althause for a dark red gladiolus evangelist, with headquarters in
DeLand, will arrive Wednesday,
Hetherington.The .
ing and sewing and Joanne, lead-
i April 13 for special visitation on
Mmes. Mabel
ership. judges were Mrs. Henry Simmons won the
The hostesses were Mrs. Henry Boone Charles Gale Miller, W. blue ribbon in the Picnic: Table behalf of the First Baptist
I Simmons, chairman and Mmes. Rybalt, R. W. Guthrie, Charles classification and Mrs. Elizabeth Church. Mr. Brooks is a layman
Gardens and gives full time to visi.
Orange Jottings Lasseter, Georgia Shaver, Etta Sharp, Earl Lau, Blanche Brim- Dillard, second. The blue ribbon tation He has visitedin
evangelism.
A Dearmin, Ada WMtestft Afrie hall, J. J. Murro, J. C. Saunders, winning cacti and succulent collection .
y By Banta, Henry Guy, Henry,Gilruth Frank Merville, Will Shurd! and of Mrs. Frank Pyle was more than a quarter of a million
.. : 'tf KF I Miss Camelia Minor. homes "in the name of
., .. and William Skinner. splendid. Summing up the ,over- has
4 Chris He been featured in
AA'NA"f. REYNOLDS' "J'? 1" Visitors were Mrs Leroy M. The Tri-color ribbon in artistic all phases of the event, the'show Ripley! "Believe It Or Not." because

Greenfield of Wakefield, New division was won by Mrs. J.Brian was voted an outstanding! suc- of this unique and unusual

Hampshire, Mrs. Robert G. Evans, Wood, Azalea Park, for an arrangement cess by participants and visitors ministry. lie will speak Wednes.
r.- ,--""," '--", ""'--" ""'--" ""'--" in the Line Squall alike.
Montreal and Mrs. A. G. Mann. day night at the Sunday schoolteachers

The feeling of responsibility for ciated. supper meeting which

CANDIDATE AND MRS. FARRIS BRYANT others occurs in different degree Wishes of sympathy are ex- I begins at G p.m. He will be accompanied -
with different persons. Sometimesthis tended to Mr. and Mrs. David GOOD CITIZENMISS Book On on his visitation by
trait while in Woodward of 1636 Oak St. the Disciple s
is a developed on men of the church, a differentone
other cases it is something thatis death of Mr.. Woodward's father for each period. Twentyeightmen
thrust upon them. This is well last week. have already volunteered to

Mrs. Bryant To Be illustrated in the case of year old All women of Orange Gardensare Reviewed For WSGLuke's I assist. This visitation will con.
Clarence Hathaway, both of his urged to attend the group at tinue for a week and a half. Other .
parents being deaf and blind. at the Community Building on visitation will be done by

While this seems on the face of George Street Tuesday morning teachers, leaders, class organizations -
it to be an overwhelming load April 12 at 10 o'clock to make Portrait of Christ by that the Kingdom is both present and members.
Feted Here : Dr. Charles M. Laymon, was reviewed and future. He said 'Behold the
Thursday of responsibility, this young boy, dressings or Osceola County Can- '" April 13th will mark the beginning
Society. by Mrs. Helen Lombardyat Kingdom is in the midst of you.
who( has normal sight and hear- cer of a revival effort by
.. Mrs. Lombardy left a vital
ing, handles this responsibility to the Wesleyan Service Guild the First Baptist Church. It will
thought with her listeners when
The Ladies' Committee of the mittee extends. a cordial invitationto a remarkable degree, consideringthe Display sign seen on a movie meeting Monday night. she said "Think of the changesin be culminated with special sere
Osceola County Farris Bryant For all friends of the Bryants to fact that most parents try to theatre lobby last week; Relax ata Those attending the meeting the world, today if God's' will ices nightly beginning Sunday
Governor campaign organizationwill attend. shield their youngsters from as movie. Special double feature: held at the home of Mrs. Eliza- April 24th. Rev. J. Elwood Rawls
hold a series of parties for Mrs. Bryant, the former Julia much responsibility as possible "Jack the Ripper" and "The One- beth Dillard in Lake Cecile Park of were living.fully" expressed in all areas dynamic: and successful pastor of

Mrs. Julia Bryant, the candidate'swife Burnett, was born at Madison, with the idea in mind that they eyed Monster." (That's relax- included twelve members and During the social hour that followed the Delaney Street Baptist Churchof
on Thursday, April 7th in. Florida, as were both of her par- will have to face the trials of ev- ing!) three guests. the refreshmentswere Orlando will be the preacher
meeting,
St. Cloud and Kissimmee. ents. She is a Florida State grad- eryday living soon enough and Mrs. Alma Hetherington pre- served by the hostess as- Services will begin each eveningat
In Kissimmee )I;?. Ellis F. uate and was teaching at Leon long enough. Teacher: Johnny, give me a sided at the business meeting. Devotions sisted by Miss Sarah Clark. Members 7:30: p.m. with gospel singingled
Davis will be hostess or a coffeeat High School in Tallahassee when Clarence's father evaluates the sentence using the word "diadem.' were given by Mrs. Robert } included Mrs. Rob- by the minister of music of
her home at the corner of Rose Farris first met her. The Bryantswere situation in this manner: "I don't Johnny: People who drive onto Pollom. Mrs. Margaret Bast Pollom present WSCS-Guild coordinator the church, B. R. Blankenship.

Avenue and Hughey Street from married in 1940 and they think Clarence suffers any handicaps railroad crossings, without look- ......... \\\ was appointed a delegate to attend ert ; Jane, Stanko, Dot Cody-,

10 a.m. to 11:30: a.m. Thursday have three lovely daughters: Julie I think living with us is a ing, diadem sight quicker than ,.: ; the annual conference of the Sarah and Parah Clark, Frances Professional GroupTo
morning, and Mrs. William T. Wallis 18, Cecelia 13 and Adair 9. good preparation for life. When those who stop, look and listen. l ".. WSCS and Wesleyan Service Smith, Elizabeth Dillard, Helen Meet

will be hostess for a tea at Julia and Farris Bryant have Clarence grows up, he will be a Guild members to be held in Bass, Katherine Allen, MargaretBast FridayThe
her home at-504 Drury Ave. from had a full and happy home life considerate man, willing to help Of all the jokes that H. Allen PATRICIA TAYLOR Miami on April 19-21. Alma Hetherington; and
4 to 5:15 p.m. Thursday after- together despite their mutual and others." Smith has collected the one we Osceola County Welfare
* Plans were made for the ham guests, Mrs. Laura Parker Mrs. Council and Professional
noon. ardent activities in civic responsibilities This is a most exceptional case like best is the one about the old the Group
dinner to be. sponsored by Terry Campbell of Johnson City,
In St. Cloud a committee of 26 church work, and Far- of youthful responsibility. However man on the cotton plantationdown Patricia Taylor, Osceola High will meet Friday April 8th, at
Helen
Guild at the church bungalow on Tenn., and Mrs. Lombardy.
School senior
hostesses will sponsor a punch ris' professional and political ca- it is hoped that circum- South who was asked, "Is has been selected between 5 and 6 p.m.1 the Tropical Hotel for a dutch
Saturday
party at the Woman's Club building rers. Julia is in fullest sympathywith stances will take a turn for the that your mule" DAR Good Citizen of the Year. at treat luncheon.Dr. .
from 2 to. 3:45 Thursday af- her husband's interests and better, and that little Clarence "Yes, it is." "What's his name?" She is the daughter of Mr. and Also for a Tupperware Dot party Cody BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr. Charle C. Tindall and D-.
ternoon. an avid participant. They travel will find more time for normal he was asked. "I don't know his Mrs William Taylor. Having at- the home of Mrs. on Ceorge Beauchamp will continuea

William T. Wallis, county cam- together at every opportunity on youthful activities and a time for name," the old man said, ."but I tended KUsimmee's schools since Monday. April 18 at events 7:30 pjn. and Mrs. Marcene Stan. discussion on Meeting the

paign chairman for Farris Bryant the campaign trail and she is of play,as well as work. call him BilL"Jennie the: first grade, she was selectedfor toward Proceeds the from fund these for furnishingnew go dridge, 213 Bryan Street, announce Problems of Aging.Mr. .

stated that the ladies com inestimable value to his success. her qualities of dependability, for the church, the birth of an eight
service to others, leadership and carpeting pound daughter, Cynthia Faye, have
-- ---------- -- Tom Harnett's sisters, Misses Phillips which the Guild has undertaken.Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Maple
Alice and Sara Harnett, and Mr. patriotism. born Monday, March 28th at the I returned to their home at Rush
and Mrs. Fred Aubel returned to Circle To MeetThe Patricia has held offices in the Lombardy was introducedby I Osceola Hospital. ville, Ind.
VFW Post Installs Mrs. Frances Smith, chairman
their home in Greenville, Pa., after Beta Club, the Student Council,
Jennie Phillips Circle will was Pony cheerleader for one of missionary education. In re-
; a visit of several weeks with White or Straw
I )Mr. and Mrs. Harnett.Mr. meet Wednesday at noon for a year and was teen-age chairman i veiwing the book, Mrs Lombardygave
and Mrs. William Rinkerof covered dish luncheon at the home i of the March of Dimes for two a vivid picture of the Great Girls Weatherbird Sandals 5398

Officers SundayCharles Michigan City, Ind. were week of Mrs, John McLellan, 512 IJnd. years. She also received an award 'hysician's close personal both associa-in healing Ladies White Dress Pumps
Way. tion with the Master, -
sey for perfect attendance for two
end guests of Mr and Mrs.
Charles B. Kramer of 1636 Janet All Stars are invited. years and in spiritual life.forth He explained 12- Velvet Steps . $8.95 to $10.95

Hoffman was installedas bach; chaplain Margaret Hood; Street. She is a member of -the First that in their Jesus mission sent giving Williams . . . . $5.95
Commander of the Osceola treasurer Myrtle Hinton; secretary Sincere wishes of sympathy Mrs. H. H. Ladson Baptist Church where she has disciples
"But
heal. just is
them to Men's Oxfords
Dress Loafers
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Opal McKeever; conductress, extended to the family of Mrs. taken a very active part. power bread alone or

No. 3227 at a meeting held Sun- Pauline Hollenbaugh; guard, Sumner Spohn who passed awayat Entertains CircleThe She plans to attend business neither man does does not he live live by by health, City Club . .' $9.95 to $16.95
day afternoon. Mary Neeley; trustee, Ida Dud- a local hospital last week. school or junior college.
Lulu and
Overstreet Circle of alone" he pointed out, answering -
Other officers installed were ley; color bearers: Ann Seaman, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Reyonlds the First Methodist Church met the question on the lips PAIN'S SHOE STOREWE
James McCloskey, senior vice Eva Oleshowski, Mae Ernst, Mary of Atlanta, Ga., were week end Catholic Lay Group
Monday at the home of Mrs. H. of many, "When is the Kingdom GIVE TOP VALUE STAMPS
commander, Walter Box, junior O'Connell; flag bearer, Lucy Todd; guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hal R.
H. Ladson with Mrs the author the Dis-
Wood
Ralph Hold Series of Meetings coming1" gave ST. CLOUD
vice commander Walter Lang banner bearer Smith his-
; Anna ; Reynolds of 715 George St. Hal serving as co-hostess.: ciple's answer, "Jesus believed
chaplain; Arthur Ernst, quartermaster torian, Eva Burch; patriotic instructor Reynolds' brother is connected .
Mrs. W. P. -- -
Hanks chairman, The Catholic Lay Apostolic
; Ray Fntsch, adjutant; Lucille Irvin; musician, with the State Board of Education presided over the r.SLIMAMAT -
Harrison Weidel, officer of the Laura HayesBarracks business meet- Group of the Holy Redeemer Parish -
in Atlanta.
Offers which YOU have
ing with devotionals a Service for
led by Mrs and the st. Thomas Parish of -
day, and George Spatz. guard.
It is a pleasure to report that
Ethel Rule
and
the
Commander Hoffman then turn- program by St. Cloud met Monday night at been waiting so long.
1068 To Mrs June Bond returned home Mrs. Lena Hunt.Refreshments .
ed the meeting over to the president last week after having been a the parish house at St. Cloud. COMPLETE BODY MASSAGE AT 1/16th the Cost! Let our Machines do the work.
of the Auxiliary to allow Meet Friday Night patient in an Orlando HospitalMiss the hostesses to were 15 served and by Dr. John Rao headed the discussion
her to install her officers. Beulah Lee May is a pa- members group which is designed REDUCE
The president, Mrs. Ida Dud- World War I Veterans, Bar- tient at Osceola HospitaLA one guest. that the group may know their RELAX

ley, then introduced the install racks 1068 and Auxiliary will long delayed rote of thanks religion better in order to give

ing officer for the Auxiliary Mrs. meet Friday, April 8th, at 7:30 is due to our young friend Andy WANTED t Intelligent answers to non catholic NOAPPOINTMENTS; YES REDISTRIBUTE

Opan McKeever, past district p.m. at the Orange Gardens Com- Hermann, for his prompt and efficient 500 Mothers with 500 Daughters relatives and friends and to increase WEIGHT

president munity House, 714 George Street. manner of distributing copies under 12 years old to receive the knowledge of the faith. LOOK YOUNGER
The following officers were installed Veterans are invited to attend. of the Bulletin and other notices a FREE BIRTHSTONERING These meetings will be held :
.. FEEL YOUNGER
: President Kathryn Webster Reports on the progress of the to the homes in Orange ATPARTIN each Monday night during Aprilat

; Sr. vice pres., Mama Isa- Veterans Bill will be given and Gardens. His unfailing courtesyand JEWELERS r5 :7:30 at the St. Cloud parish PHONE TI 7-2720 415 MAIN STREET
bel; Jr. vice pres., Catherine Fill- refreshments will be served. promptness are much -appre house

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I REVIEWING HAINES CITY PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS FiRMS I





I All Items i in '!This Section are Paid Advertising! Editorial: Renews by William E. Sloan




Hancock Sausage Company I Pipkias Gulf Tower Station Gordon's Garage David Bogers Sporting Goods

I _
Wholesale Dealers in Beef, Pork Veal I., Hamburger and Fine General Auto Repairing Good Used Auto
Complete Good Gulf Service Gasoline, Motor Oils, Tires, Parts Specializ- Sporting Goods Guns, Ammunition, Golf Equipment Scott
Sausages. Tubes, Batteries, Lubrication, Washing and Complete Car ing in Trucks and Tractors. Electric and Acetylene Weld. Outboard Motors\ Fishing Tackle, Rods and Reels. Briggs
Body and
ing. Fender Work of all Kinds.
Located on Lucerne Park Road in Haines City, Florida. and Truck Service. and Stratton Gasoline Engines Sold, Serviced and Rebuilt.

Telephone HAmilton 22978. Located North of Haines City Florida on Highway 17 and Located 613
Tele- Ingraham Avenue in Haines City Florida.
I Located en North Highway 17 in Haines City, Florida. : 92. ; ,
I Telephone HAmilton 2-1412. -
Telephone HAmilton
Their plant, one of the most By furnishing a market for the phone HAmilton 2-4313. 23531.

modern in this district, is equip tanners and Biockraisers, they They operate a complete repair In their repair department the? They know these lines from A Through their wide
They handle gasoline motor all the products sold here. The experienceand
ped with the latest machineryand serve the public in double capa- service to auto owners and the have in charge able and efficient: to Z and are prepared to give comprehensive
kept in the most sanitary city. Both the "plant and the ella and greases which they knowto gasoline, oils all, greases of the and best accessories and- fact that they render this up-to- workmen and being backed by vast you all the information regarding the sportnig goods field knowledge and the of

condition possible. All products products of Hancock Sausage be products of the highest the management are sees that cns- date service makes their establish- facilities which enable them to them. They consider it a part of fact that they have kept abreastin

manufactured here are absolutely Company pass the rigid inspection quality and offer ,very prompt tomrs get nothing; of inferior ment the repair shop of Good rebuild, replace or repair aa au- their fastness to serve you in all that is new and safe, has
and wholesome. the health
of various depart-
pure Service in this totnobfle the
section. no matltep' what
ervice. Drive in here aM they grade. this manner. won them a reputation for superior -
Their meat products: are popu- ments. will fill tank with One oil the centers trouble may be in a most satisfactory -
your gas your of activity David
lar in' this locality and all over This institution Is'backed by The management has sparedno I Rogers Sporting Goods furnishings,
radiator with water in a jiffy so that is visited by autoists of this manner. I IGordon's Sueh is the
the state, they are known for I men of keen insight and ability effort in making this estab- have equipped themselves to fur- policy of this establishment -
that when you stop at Pipkins part, of the is this Garage is a important -'
their excellent flavor. If want who worthy enterprise lishment as complete as possiblefor country very very and it; has brought
you I encourage every nish the trade with service second
Gulf Tower Station in Haines popular shop which of firm adds materiallyto
excellent meat products lusts I and pleased to the convenience of their customers by reason! and them business from every point.
are .
we
I City, will never suffer it.s accomodating has wide the advantage of owner to none in supplying the sportsmen -
upon those of the Hancock Saa- give them extended mention and you any and the quick and efficient policy every They know'these lines thoroughlyand.
sage Company. commend them highly. appreciable loss of time. dispatch of business combining popularity. of an automobile. The fact that and all fishermen and the have arranged to offer the

This furnishes Ample provision has been pro- as it does a complete When Gordon's Garage startedin visitors and local patrons can. get success of their enterprise since
a market This is the most modern best.The
company of
far the farmers and the stock one vided for lubrication and crankcase gasoline station, this concern offers business they determined to real service at this up-to-date institution they have been in business testifies members of the firm al'Cwell
raisers of this community. They. plants in this part of the coun- service. Attendants aret always the motoring public an furnish service to automo- instills in the mind of the to the wisdom of their known public spirited busi-

at all times and it : try and we are glad to give them around so that this workis easily accessible and modern every autoist confidence in the fact that course. So extensive and estab- ness people and we deem it fully
pay top prices bile there is
1 will be well worth while to this mention in this review oi carried on very rapidly. Thereis "Drive-In" service station that i is owner and no ques- his troubles can be taken care of ished has become the trade of proper and most fitting that we
your
get their price before selling. Haines City and vicinity. nothing in the way of lubrication truly appreciated. We are glad to tion but What they have succeeded., in a "most workmanlike manner." this well known sporting goods give David Rogers Sporting

service that is not offered give them extended mention in concern that the firm is well Goods commendable mention in

here. One of the features of the this business review of Haines Cody's Auto Ports known in this section. this business review.

: Ridge Construction CompanyA place is the highest quality of City, Florida. _

Auto Parts Seal Power and McQuay-Norris Piston Rings. Alma's
Years of Experience in the Con- ,
Perfected
Service by H. E. Knag Realtor Yocam and Delco Batteries. J. and M. Brake Shoes. A. C.
I
struction '
Business.
Products Gabriel Shocks, A-B-C Replacement Bearings, Exclusive Dealers in Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Sportswear and

tVagner-Lockheed Parts Walker Mufflers, Tail Pipes, G tes- Accessories in Style, Quality and Price.
Located on Highway 17 and 92 in Haines City, Florida. Complete Real Estate Sales, Homes, Groves, Motels, Busi-, V-Belts.Champion and A-C Spark Plugs.

Telephone HAmilton 21191. ness Property and Building Lots. Located on Sixth Street in Haines City, Florida. Telephone

Located Jones Avenue at 8th Street in Haines City, Florida. HAmilton 21808.
This is one of the institutions; school of experience and supple- Located 124 First Street in Haines City, Florida. Telephone Telephone HAmilton 22543.

of Haines City "which is doing its mented this with keen insight into HAmilton 2-4041. The. name of Alma's has always get or the indulgence of an unlimited -

part in furthering progress and the markets and with this desirable Many garages, dealers and automobile get it for you quickly. been identified with the one, you will enjoy shopping
This is
of the
expansion in Polk and Osceola foundation they equipped nent realtors one in this most section promi-of They who always have a list of people estate firms throughout this Practically every item neededby newest in fashions that are- wearable at this Very modern store.

Counties and is well deserving bf this firm to render a service un the are interested in real area know the value of dealing an automobile mechanic win but not to the extreme. Following You will find a flattering selec-
offering all kinds of in
country this section
more than passing comment in excelled. of the country and with Cody's Auto Parts whenit be found in stock here. An order the trend of the times, tion of styles, patterns colors,
city and real
country estate at have the
this review in the progress and The able management of this prices that reasonable. money to buy when they comes to reliable' automobile placed with them means no delay they have modernized their store and at m price you can afford to
are very find the right people to deal with.
expansion aiding the era of pros- concern has constantly adheredto If live in distant city parts and accessories. By reason to garage men or customers as for your convenience and shopping pay made with the traditional
you a
.
erity we are experiencing and a "square deal to all" policy and would like to have some reliable This firm is qualified as being of the fact that the management they pride themselves on their comfort. quality and simple good taste t o
bringing fame and advertising to of giving the maximum quality firm to look out for one of the foremost realtors in has had wide experience in every'eature facilities for meeting every need They have a large and distinctive typical of Alma's in Haines City,

this section through the general and quantity of products with property in thtis section, call your on this section of the state. of the business and because when it is needed. 'selection of all styles in Florida.

excellence oi its services. safe and sound business prind- this firm. You cannot afford to The best investment today is of their comprehensive The service of Cody's /uto{ dresses, suits, lingerie and accessories In this interview it affords us
The general purpose of thiS' all kinds knowledge of branch of the Parts is accomodation to for approvaL
pIes. have just anybody look out for of real estate, regard- every an your great pleasure to recommend this:
edition is to give both the local their straight-forward your interests. The prices this less if you invest in a home site trade this concern continues to garages, auto dealers and service Alma's has a high regard for
and outside world an adequateidea Through inn charges for this service witness an increase in the humber stations and has demonstrated its quality and a great respect for finn to our readers and suggest

of our progress and the gen dealings with the public the man reasonable and you can depend are or a of business location. You are of patrons from all parts of the right to leading position Held In simplicity. They have carefully that you give this store a trial

eral! excellence of our various agement has made friends for the upon all branches of this up-to- sure out always of real getting estate your when mon country. No matter what is missing the business and automobile worldof chosen outstanding styles of fine and be convinced this is the log-

services. We deem it quite appropriate firm and they have taken an active date service.If ey need cash and it is not available.You you. just call at their place or this part of the country. 'Whenin dependable quality and superior ical place to visit for the very

to devote this space to interest in their fellowmen, you have any real estate do not need all cash to buy over the phone, giving your number need of auto parts call on workmanship at moderate prices. latest in Ladies' Frocks of Style,

this well-known firm. The people realizing that a concern which is that you would like to turn into property in this section as this > and description and you will them for service in- all depart- Whether you have a limited bud- Quality and Distinction.

who originated this enterprise not progressive will wither and ready cash get in touch with this firm offers low payments on the find they have it in stock or can ments.

obtained a liberal education in the die because of its environment. firm and they will sell it for you. balance. Bay's Drive-Inn RestaurantRay



Haines City Motor Court Davenport Lumber Company Ringling Museum Tess, Mgr. I IAt
Specializing in Steaks and Live Lobster with Drawn Butter.

I Regular Dinners, Short Orders and Delicious Sandwiches.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Landry Owners Dealers in Quality Lumber and Building Materials. Prices .Indian Arts.I j__S_

The Best Motel in Haines City?Tele vision i is _Optional, 22 and Estimates Upon= Request. Displays Located on LeeJatkSonHf in Haines City, FJorida.
I TefephoneifZ,,\miltoi :&i1 M. -- "' ..
Modern Units and Air Conditioned for Your Comfort. ,
Located in Davenport,Florida. Telephone HAmilton 2-4551. "t ,- -1JI-' !!,!: : -.-
Located Highway 17 and 92 at Henson Avenue in Haines The'Ringling Museum of Art quently chipped or gouged by. the I this popular restaurant one the (iky.: :
on HAmilton 21251. The fact that the management nition of the country at large and has placed on exhibit a very important blows of the implements. comes in contact with real high ,The service of this foremost
City.- Florida. Telephone of Davenport Lumber Company the patronage of many, all add to collection of PreColumbian Mr. Bailey himself found all the class cooking, the kind that is restaurant is very pleasant ana

The Haines City Motor Courtis lodge, to the stranger as well as has had wide experience in every the progress and prosperity of stone art work assembled in more deeply buried carvings, and practiced by the mothers and offers all the grace and.hospital-
one of our most popular mo to the local people and point to phase of the building trade and the community in which their Puerto Rico by James ,L. Bailey relates that his procedure when daughters of the best families in ity of the American home. ;special :
tels. Because of the service rendered it with pride as being a modern this coupled with a keen desireto modern establishment is located. of Lakeland, long-time resident of finding one accidentally was to the country and one mission that groups will receive the cheerful
this lodge is growing in lodge. All rooms are comfortably : render service unexcelled by This section is indeed fortunatein that island, who personally found have his laborers dig trenches out this place is performing is pre wlcome extended to all vis

popularity all the time. It is thor- furnished, well ventilated, sanitary any concern has been responsiblefor having such a progressive firmto most of the 54 specimens.This in a spoke-shaped pattern' from serving of this art in the public' itors.

oughly equipped and up-to-date in and have all the conveniences the increase in the number of serve in supplying all kinds collection of ground and the point of the orignial find for life of this period. In making this review we are

every way and is thoroughly gas fotmd in the modern home. patrons. cf quality lumber. It adds in no carved stone artifacts now on 30 feet, when if nothing more was There is no more attractively glad to compliment the efficient
heated and air conditioned. They The traveling man as wells: This company is known little way to progress and prosperity long-term loan to the Museum is found, he stopped the excavations furnished place in this part of management upon the positron it

offer their rooms .at most reas- the tourist are extended a cordial throughout this section as one of of the community. If you of particular interest to archaeologists This procedure was carried out the state than this one, and thereis occupies in the business ana social

onable rates invitation and invited to make the leaders in the lumber busi- want anything in this line, telephone because it includes evidencein in six localities, and it is inter. none that has attained a greater life of the period and to call

There 1 is no greater necessitythan Haines City Motor Court "head ness.The them collect, call at their Puerto Rico of a prehistoric esting to note that, unlike diggings measure of popularity. to the attention of the people thatit
the modern tourist moteL, quarters while in the city. You prestige of,their large volume establishment, or write them and people living considerably before in the Florida Indian mounds, in There is none in which the servIce is one place where the cesire

With the ever-increasing number. will find a haven of rest and be of business, the experienceof when you have decided what you the time of Columbus and the no case did he find pottery or tei and the courses are more for real food can be thoroughly

of travelers vrhtV bectlos\ of made to feel at home.In years, as a prominent linn in need you can depend on it that Spanish explorations. These are i fuse. He believes that the depth pleasingly satisfactory. Afternoonand satisfied.We .
their business or pleasure, art making 'this business review this line the practical knowledgethat this well-known firm will' see the only known stone carvings in I at which these pieces were found< evening parties of people are more than glad to give

forced to live away from home, the writer wishes to compliment has won for them the recog-: that .YOU -eet it. the "early Antillean" style, period was due to built up deposits 01! from this section' in town on business them extended mention In tnts
the tourist motel is becoming them upon providing such modern III of the archaeology of the West I alluvial material from the river. will find this a pleasing business review of Haines City,

more and more a haven of rest conveniences and rendering such P. D. Q. Electric Indies and record a culture previously Dr. Rouse stated that the care- place to complete the pleasure: ol I Florida.
traveling unknown on the island. ful
for them.It a courteous service to the methods and recording kept
is a pleasure to recommendthis public and suggest that you Of onyx, kaolin, limestone and by Mr. Bailey regarding the location .
them while in the city.Fred's of the of the specimens enabled him
well known and modern stop with Commercial and Residential Electric Contractors. Altera- patrified coral some piecesare
minutely and finely carved to draw more accurate conclusions -
tions, Repairing and Remodeling Work of all Kinds. with pits and slits used to delineate than is usually possible concerning ,

: !; Sixty-Six ServiceFred Located Fourth Street at Hinson Avenue in Haines City the features. There are a : the cultural and chronological I
number of carved birds, animal setting of the finds.
Florida. Telephone HAmilton 2-1620 or 22363. and human figures, pendants and

d Moon, New Manager No review of the business, Their beads; others-from the same period Fearlessness is the mother of I
service T Jl l be found in !
I Phillips Sixty-Six Petroleum Products, Engine Tune-ups building and electric interest of demand by all who insist qn the are plain threepointedstones confidence. I

:Minor\ Repairing Washing Lubrication Road Service and this section of the state would be best. They deal en a large scale a cylinder and a ring. .

They Give S and H Green Stamps with All! Sales. complete without prominent men- and their activity is conducted ,to Although Collection the major is from part this of earl the I Commercial Tire CompanyNew
tion of this well known firm that the progress and expansion of the Bailey
Henson Avenue in Haines City,_Flor ier it also includes stone
Located Fifth Street at fedds In ho little'lneasnre to the community in no small degree.It period,
of the classic Taino art and Recapped Tires for Cars Trucks Buses and Tractors. I
Tire
ida. Telephone HAmilton 24222.Fred's progress: and prosperity of this is important in the returnto specimens Complete Recapping,
-Taino being the name of the Retreading and Repairing Service.
section. that have
is offered If normalcy we conscientious -
Sixty-Six Service is a crankcase service Arawaken-speaking Indians who
is 'well-known fact that this reliable
I vety popular stopping place for you need it. It a firms like inhabited Puerto Rico in the time Located on Highway 27 in Haines City, Florida. Telephone HAmilton 24611.
there is no institution in the community service which aid people in. this
service
local motorists from all over the They also offer an expert of Columbus. This period is represented
state as they offer a most convenient of complete lubrication fchd that has met with greater section of the state. by two carved, three-point. Automobile tires are used by and reliable, in every respect.:: Stop at Commercial Tire Company

service. greasing which Is a marveL favor with the public than this There are no more public spit ed stones,and several chisels. practically every family in the Their display. represents a large in Haines City, Florida, and

; feature Phillips Sixty-Six Their tire repairing equipment establishment. By reason cf the ited citizens in this community When the Ringling Museum of country and it is necessary' to investment and by their rapid take advantage of their rapid

They products and these are I is the best, most modern and fact that the management has had than the.management of this concern Art received this collection: last have tires that stand the "gaff turnover they are able to sell *treasonable tire service.
petroleum superior petroleum complete that money can buy. wide experience in every featureof fall as a permanent loan from Mr. of high speed and quick stops. prices. Many dollars You will be pleased with the
recognized as of and direct attentionto
and will *dd longer We You will get a good service this business and because this we your which Bailey both Director: Kenneth This tire concern is in the are annually saved for their patrons rersonal interest shown every
this institution
trad One
produtts the as
I, to the motor of your ear and give, turnedout iy experienced men every establishment branch has of continued? to has added to the development: Donahue and Dr. Creighton Gilbert hands of reliable men who under by furnishing them with the transaction and will learq hON
starting and more pep.' wW will conscientiously try to and this of the 'museum curator, were faced stand the tire business and who high grade new and recappedtires you can enjoy many thousands of
it quicker witness increase in the number progress of part
here which make yon mere than satisfied. an tate. 'i with a puzzling problem, because offer real values to the people of and tubes. miles of trouble-free service at a
They have pumps In making this review we at5glad of their patrons ____ available ethnological publications this community. They carry new Each tire is backed by a guar reasonable cost.
one can conveniently pull up to, to compliment, Fred Sixty showed nothing similar, and It and recapped tires and tubes antee and they have taut a reputation We are pleased in this business

and careful helpers on the job Six Service and urge our readetto Sellers Truck & Equipment Company was apparent that these objects known for their tong life. over a 'period of many review to l'&mttHmMltMm' : upon

and no matter what you waht, atop there and learn firsthand were-of an early and perhaps very You will find their tires all months for dependability and fair the success they have merited

there is no delay bere;; They will the advantage Of their goou little known culture. that they claim them to be for dealing that has won many clients and the public confidence they

fill tank with gasoline in a services.We International Trucks and Equipment= Sold, Serviced and Re Eventually, Dr. Gilbert was referred they are absolutely dependable throughout this area. enjoy.
your dde
glad to. giva them to Prof. Irving Rouse of
with
and fill radiator are built. Parts Accessories and Equipment.
minute your
in this business review the Department of Anthropology
that mention
and see
..' smoothly. Prompt. t>f Haiaes City and vicinity. Located: Jones Avenue at 8th Street in Haines City, Florida. at Yale University. specialist on Local Finance Company

your ear runs .- _ "-.", J>o.."""__ Telephone. HAmilton -4161.This the archaeology and culture of the
Antilles who was extremely inter- F. 'V. Johnson Mgr. '
fvv "V V r w ww i ,
and Flower is a modern Twentieth propositions that farther public cited in the Bailey Collection andeunaldered Loans Up To $600.00 on Real Estate, Appliances, to Remodel Homes, Bills; Automobiles,
Attention: Nurserymen Century business under the able improvements and that they hue it so valuable that be
: and Personal Signature
Furniture Diamonds Property
direction of men who have always been willing and anxious to aid has prepared a paper on it, to be ,

Growers had at heart the best interestof iii the expansion and growth of included in a forthcoming volume Located SO-Sixtn Street in Haines City, Florida. Telephone HAmilton 21193.
the community in which their the community. all ,times. )honoring Dr. Samuel K. Lotarop .

valued enterprises are located and Therefore it merits the popa of the Harvard Peabody Museum.It No institution renders a more are not imposed upon in any taking advantage of this com

Cans and one of the firms that keep the and liberal support receive Is With Dr. Rouse's assistance valuable service to the people af manner. All they ask is securityon pany's private loan service.
1 and 3 GallOn Egg | wheels of progress' turning in ute; larty Sellers that the Museum has been able to this community than this prom- various possessions, such as LoaM can be paid back as

right\ direction, for pot only! U It We fully recommend identify objects: in the exhibit inent loan service. They have met signature, furniture and automo quickly as yea like as each of
Ground Peat: Moss i one of the I leading concerns ea- Truck and Equipment Company for asa According to Mr. Bailey '"Gen tie needs bf ma people in.a most bile. Your transactions are.strictly -,. their several plans permit you to

TIMES | gaged in its special field 01 endeavor place most advantageous and emily the pieces of fine craftsmanship straightforward, businesslikemanner. confidential when you deal with repay more on the principal than
reliable service
. FOR SALE At ALL prompt, are in three-
two or
; in this section, but its came ope
refer readers You win be :more than Local Finance Company. contracted at the time of the loan.
more than glad to oar piece: lots and at some depth beneath
; services have gained the repa- Such loans invaluable at B the time
I -' excellence and to them in this business review the surface." On the other pleased with their modern efficient are Interest is paid only for
tion far general :
PAT O'NEAL PEAT MINE I are considered m standard among and wish htem many ,moi hand ,:.The commoner and lest and bank-like establishment. times. It is impossible for every- you retain the money. For a loan

the trade the country ver. successful: seasons in our midst.. skillfully carved pieces .. *eae Thet provide' plans s I I '3- 631 | in and on hand and there is DO easier ills visit Local Fi-
TELEPHONE MUTUAL We wish to state the management ; We are more than pleased M found hose to tat surface, usually moM a dignified every parse
2200 Eabt Main Street Lakeland, Florida | and assistants have tab** give them extended mention in this turned up by plow or other agtatpketeBi businefi&-&e] way. You: pay oalyre of more Signified way of meet- manes Company b& Haines City,

I I.. commendable interest in att fhtew of this sKtfofi at ttteitatr: ticltural _ad &** a .0MMiie late of farttmt and lug these obUcaUoos than oy Florida.The .
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2 EH FRAME HOME, . $3000 This Week's Speclal-DUPLEX
I On nice shaded lot. City water and sewers, ... yy.... .y.. ... NEW 2 BR CBS HOME . .. $10,500. Terms

partly furnished. On large corner lot city water and sewers and, Built-in Kitchen central heat screened porch carporte.. utility room, shade.
,. nicely landscaped with plenty of citrus

2 OR FRAME HOME . $4900 ONLY shade $9500 trees. G REALTORAMABEAUTIFUL 2 BH FRAME HOME completely furnished. $3500

On large corner lot, well landscaped. Illness forces ..1.. Good terms.
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Beautiful Building Lots. $650 up Built-in kitchen low down payment. .

a, Only a few .left. ONLY $8,455ROBERTSON'S SECLUDED KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE Q


PEl'I FST4TF tj HOMESITES Ruth Wagner, Broker Vance Buckley, Associate

Terms 201 MAIN ST. TI6-3953 Terms
1Z3.ACRES .
j 324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 ., J .. ,
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Heavily Wooded FOR RENT: Three bedroom CBS i ,

FOR SALE: Registered black and Lake Privileges house, modern, clean furnished
FOR SALE.46 ft house trailer. NOTICENOTICE FOR SALE
tan Dachshunds two months old, Restricted Building School age children. School bu
AltTTfLES Phone TI 68032. feranle. Call TI 6-7613. Tlflinbo- New CBS 2 BR Home
Les than 2 miles from Kissimmee at door. (No pets.) .

FOR SALEFINE FOR SALE: Three mobile Buy as many lots as you wish. Mobile Homes on Michigan Av* F..I.... .r ..,.n........
axUs! complete nylon fires. 7 x FOR SALE: One wheel trailer, (Each lot just under 1 acre) i mile off East Vine St. or sad ........ 73 ft.Htrwater lot
14.5 10 nlv. Two axles have like new, hitch and license plate, Hwy 441. : : I will not be responsible with .aa.. trrr. tile hail rate _
Price Lot each additional Lot .... ..
SSO 1st $750 Imrmrrmrpmrtr. .1.
1515 Emmett St. TI 68572. for bills contracted by any
electric brakes. Charles Hoke ballt-lB rlmrle ......It... aer.ra.ed -
WATCHES: Wide selection (Outside corner lots slightly higher) one other than,myself or wife. p.eb. If vu. are latrrmtrrt
N. Bermuda Ave. TI 6-8085. A choice FOR RENT House trailers, efficiency ...
Bulova. Benton. Benrns. deposit now will hold the lot of your during J. F&rnham.ItKALEiSTATE. miff well ratrarlrd a .
Henry. ..
apts. and house trailer thla In III Sec* >* .. left
Hamilton and Elgin at Benton'*. FOR. SALK: One babv bid. C\n" this advance sale showing. space. Brown's Motor Ct. and t. .. >rara.kB A,r.

Jewelry. P Monument Ave. 6-13 J.rlPb.b">, .Sift. See Mrs. Mabel For. Sale Trailer Park 1 mi. north of PHONE L. G. SHAWGO

wrjrht. Gem Street. FLORIDA REALTYCO1JNSEOUS Kissimmee. TI 6-5324.. 1 TI 7.2982


FOR SAL1Tnnrial\ Mobile 35 Ft. Cow FOR RENT: House trailer on .
KEROSENE; FUEL OIL. PHILLIPS Home, 29' full bath. one .hed- ; INC. lake. Phone TI 6.7846 after I

"65". Osreola Oil Co. 1110 rrom. excellent ndition. Nice Trailer AH Steel 4:30 p.m..daily. FOR SALE: Lots $600 each 85x REAL ESTATE FOR SALES
North Main. TI 6-394L 4.10 *-" livin1." wood for tvy0velin' *
2 BROADWAY 290, one block off 17-92, high
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C Bit (. llamr. .
try .17
Will!! "nficc.; Aimlv MAfford'sPnnch We Buy and
and dry only two left. TI 6-
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I1* miles ft of c me- tig and good tires. Phone TI 62702 Sell'Florida. FOR RENT 8519. 2: BR Horn.. '.-. ....... 1W

SHOP KTJWMMEE teN "n Ros!"rr Creek Road' ort TI 6-11% acrra.. a RR BSOIt.Hme "air _..ltI..*.."
FIRST! Ketehum's Grocery, TI 6- .' .A.AAA 1AI1.AN a o'. AAA.A.A.. ... 2 unfurnished apartment on ,..."WO." .
9301. Pleasant Hill Road. Turn left NEW DUPLEXBy 3 IIR Slam.. SA....... MOM.Daplrx. .
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$695Reeves S Arrta. 911JMIO.
cmTVFVTRS: NOVELTIES PANTED: Good home for 7 mont!!t at Drive-In Theatre pink daplex Jim Sloan S nit H....V S Area. *U.? CYPRESS KNEES SHELLS FOR SALE: Girl's! 26" bike. good INSULATE NOW old terrier. Owner going north on right. SELL TRADE OR RENT for Home Bad I.*... Pr p.rly,

RAFFIA condition. Walter Gospill, 403 Gordon Tyson, Gem and Sampl.e PHONE TI 7.2.44 anything value. CBS. 1"flI'-
Kenworth
Verona. TI 6-5174. Warmer in Winter Streets. 2 BR each side. T RR r.I. .1..1.1 11__. .......-
RA ?KFTWARR POTTERY aaiVM
GARDEN ORNAMENTS FOR SALE: Desire an offer on Truck Sales Cooler in Summer. FOR RENT Garage apartment, Terms. 814 W. Oak Street ......,....t Ilse, 115.000.
ANTED: Experienced cashiei, : TI 6-8534 .... ... ........
Special l: BIRD BATH nice large house trailer withlavt 18 Lakrl. F..t. 4
SAVE FUEL withFIBERGLAS screened porch,
9 three rooms,
6 days a week, 5 p.m. to p.nr I. 124.300.
S QSCRAC ty" toilet etc. Nuttine. 3400 W. Colonial Dr. Apply in person at Yawn'Market ;s S. Dillingham. Inquire at 151 S Arrta. Pared n.>.. tlVOS.
17th St, and Delaware Ave. IS%' d.wa.S .
Monument 5 TI 6-
RIVERS<: Orlando West Apt. ,
St. Cloud. FOR SALE BY OWNER Arra. 441 Illcawar. 9.1300.
GIFT SHOPllitrhtty I FREE ESTIMATES 6574. 10% d na..
17.9? S' nth FOR SALE: Restaurant frisr- I t WANTED: Carpenter work. Ne w NEW 2 BR HOME S Arm*, pared read. Bear
GArden 4-6562
FLORIDA freezer $350. newest type 24 and repair, also painting.. Phon t S FOR RENT: Three room fur- lake. ,, 9SSM. 10% ..WB.
KISSIMMEE. Cliff G. Hailer, Inc. TI 7-2924. nished apartment private bath, Walk in clothes: closet: 18j ft. 10 _Irrra, pared r.ad. S43OO.
case cooler $650, grill and stack! .
10%: dWB.IS
1 30, pas stove $30, counter 711 W. Robinson, Orlando carporte, adults only $40 mo., large living and room.11 the built-in rooms ktichenis are A.PPOo.1 _.... *44.-U>.

SPKIDEL WATCH: BANDS: front and back $40, mirror end SPINET PIANOMUST BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYWant : 215 Mabbette.. extra large. Tile bath, utility 10% d.WB.rakrfraat.
When wear one wear shelves $15. steel base tables "Holler for Haller" your own business? You:r L.ta K2V4 :O.
you yea FOR RENT: Furnished apartment room with shower, on main .isso.Hamenltni.
the finest. Wide selection at 7 and 24 chairs $200. Inquire SELL!! locality open national concert l, 205 S. Beaumont for one highway north of city. SlxZSS. imi.

Benton's Jewelry. fi-13 Palms Bar. Hwy. 17-92, Polk excellent income man or worn. utilities fur- $9000Small City Lta Sxl3A.: Bly 3MM.
and Osceola county line. We have in this vicinity a EXCAVATINGFILL an, age no barrier. Call or writ or two people, down payment. TI 6-3996 B..I..... Oaa......., ... M.-
: nished. ..1.. il...1.. IC...... !HrrTtrr Statl -
WILL TRADE: Westinghouse beautiful spinet piano whichcan DIRT Sales Manager, 2703 East Soul]! .... <<....&... a.............
rood ,FOR SALE: 7 galv. windows, be purchased by a reliable St., Orlando, CHerry 1-3252 fo r Ask far I.r...........
roaster for sowing ma- 7'4" x 33H"one door, 68Vi" x person with good credit for OLIN FORETI appointment. FOR RENT: Three room furnished Special HALF PRICE! J SUN EMPIRE REALTY
chine. Phone'TI 6-8233. "
27% reasonable and in per small deposit and small month- bath
7-2685 apartment, private Firstatt.aal. liaak Bldr.Kkuilntmre .
Your choice,of Lots in
fect condition. 325 New York ly payments. Inquire Credit Ph. TI 7-2.1.13
Ave.. St. Cloud TW 2-3275. Manager, 345 N. Orange Ave. DUMP TRUCKS FOR HIRE gas and water included, $48 per Trail Subdivision.
FOR SALE: Skip Jack boat. 15 Orlando. Phone GArden 5-4577. FOR RENTFOR month, 124 Randolph Ave. $395 Per Lot

l.n; Evinrude mojor/ and trailer FOR SALE: Aluminum boat 13 : FOR RENT $35 TIer Limited time only: ftt'xltt',
$25,1., Phone TI 7-2563. ; ftL Ark nsa. Traveler, trailer. ROOMS" : high and dry. Restricted'Home' .
: month and excellent coffee"shop a', Rm. CB. carport. CR tool
$195: 33i' h.pJ electric Westinghouse Prescriptions Filled RENT: Apartments an; un sites, 1 mi. north of Kissimmee
i Cloud Hotel St. shed nice lot 70x130. for quick
St
motor $8.00. 26 Palm West of 1792.
houses by week month. Cot '
FOR SALE: Draftsman's draw- teach .r thanrr) pr.mptlywbile or te Florida. sale
Way. you waita alr-eoadltloaed r...- ton's Apartments, North Orang; Cloud R. L. (Bob) LarsonTI
in instruments and $6,850
? equipment. SERVICESOFFERED fort at !*au ..... I'harmary. ZS
Phone TI 6-5995. 827 Royal FOR SALE: 1933 Chevrolet $75. \\,'..t Central oapsalte >l.r.ri Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-16-23-3 o FOR RENT: Two bedroom furnished 7-2704 or write Rt. 5 Box 377
Street See Beany Ledbetter at Post a.Ba Cafeteria. 0..1..... P..... house, 1625 Oak St in f Nearly new CB 2 BR Ter-
GA 5.4i93.Attention
Floors and util
,
Office. RENT New 2 BR nnfuniched Gardens. Inquire next razzo carporte
: FOR : rOrange
FOR SALE: Trailer lots, high ity Rm, built-in oven and store
duplex $75 month. TI Rdoor west or see John Martin, low
and dry, down payments
FOR SALE: Kenmore wringer FOR SALE: Plain and hand painted top.
8534, 822 West Oak St. El Tonteria Trailer Park.. good terms. Robertson's. Real
washer, completely overhauled cypress knees. Mrs. Bess $9,600
INCOME TAX SERVICE .-: All
motor excellent condition, $35. Young Rt. 2 Box 548, phoneTI Grove Own- RENT 3 cone : FOR RENT: Trailer space, high Estate. 324 Broadway. PhoneTI
bookkeeping services at Confidential FOR : BR house 64493. 7-30 t1 4 high and dry Lots, 3 miles
Phone TI 7-2775 67591. Bookkeeping Service,417 ers and Cattlemen! iently located. See Edwards nt and dry, shady, $15 per month. out. Terms.

Main Street Open after hours I Did the rvcent kia-a water express office. Hurst's Trailer Park, 17-92 be- $1,500
by appointment. Telephone TI aad heavy ralaa daaiaa-e year low Drive-in Theatre. FOR SALE: Two bedroom new
tree .r flood Tar aaataref If house, tiled bath, built-in kitchen RENT: 2 BR, CB home
Eggers TV, ServiceNEW 7-2474. ... da..*t laitpeet blame, It Tear all a.dralaaxcr matteratare. FOR RENT: One and two bedroom '_ FOR RENT: Trailer, one small one mile southwest of cityon Dellwood Park.

.team right new and I bet r.. modern mobile homes. Wi]p child accepted $45 per month Jenkin St. Gordon Tyson. $80 per Mo.
MOWING EDGING will Had. It I. I""*. taaa 60% take children. No pets. Rainbow( V plus gas and lights. Also cabin
.
LOCATION 616 N. MAIN STREET effective Oraaa, wee. ayalatlm. -
..y.-... cad w..fc..t. Mobile Homes, Michigan Ave" with kitchenette for couple or NELSONREALTY
PHONE TI 6-3073 LAWN & YARD WORK have rat dawB It. effleleaey. J mi. off East Vine St. or Hwj r. man, $35 'plus gas and ,lights. FOR SALE: New 3-bedroom CBS
The aolatl B Ile. .. near anTOUT Heaven's View Trailer Court home. Full tile bath, beautiful MEN

Fast efficient service on all makes and models. ROY STEWARD 27O4 .telrnhoar.r the mar sad Dial nrrrlee Tllitea *7-toar 441. 1518 Ernest St. hardwod floors barge: awning Star 19ORelax

DRIVE-IN AUTO RADIO REPAIR aIM yd,dracllae. lt. Ideal far type windows.large utility room,

ANTENNA INSTALLATION 406 E. Vine TI7.22.J6SLIP thla SMALL.type Oar*: wore rl.- t.NO mm JOB ranker TOO FOR RENT: Modem efficien-:y FOR RENT: Two room furnished beautiful buHl-ln kitchen, nice

sad .. rail. PLEASE I:SB IT. apartments with kitchenetteand s apartment private bath and entrance : large landscaped lot on paved

OPENING SPECIAL $5.30 OFF ON PICTURE' tiled bath by week o r utilities furnished I road. Quiet living. Four miles
COVERS and draperies expertly month. Cow Capitol Court TI 6ground; floor, 508 Verona. west on 17-92 to Addison's Gun
TUBE OR ANTENNA INSTALLATION. i made. Nice selection oJ f r 5341. ll5121926tFOR f f Shop and. tarn right 400 ft ............

materials. 616 Verona. PhoneTI FOR RENT: Furnished apartment Extra lots available. Low down

6-3741. WANTED RENT: Brand new duple:x: three rooms, air conditioned payment rhone TI 67609.

apartment, two bedrooms, un l. carporte,screened porch,
Curt Bock the Mover d 606 Emmett St. Inquire 15%
WILL DO IRONING and babysitting r furnished. Electric range an West Monument. Phone TI 6- FOR SALE: Three bedroom home i
reasonable. Mrs. Car]1 central beat Tile bath, larg e 1
Local and Long Distance Moving 6574. with screened porch in Canterbury C
Storage, Packing and Crating di Young, 1210 Mann Street. T]]I[ DOCTOR'S RECEPTIONIST rooms,. carport and utilit y Terrace. 806 South Clyde
62741. WANTED: Typing necessary, room. Located in the city $72 5. FOR RENT: Small furnished Ave. Will sell furnished or un

Free Estimates .. experience preferred. Apply in See Rita Hunt at the Gazett e house, South Pleasant Hill Rd. furnished. Phone TI 63111. After -=- -\;;

Phone TI 6.3251Box 282 Kissimmee person only. No phone calls. Dr.. office or phone TI 6-8894 afte r TI 66303. 5:30, call TI 62103. tCS.-- '"1r .

Welcome! Welcome! Kahler 13 West Dakin Ave. 5:30 p.m. 11111't I

To -;:; --i" .'.::1-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart:- FOR RENT For Sale By OwnerONE
Wil]11 HI Lonzo we is insured
FLORA'SROADSIDE at 221 Verona St.
WANTED: Laboratory technician, ments one child. New 1 BR House YEAR OLD CBS HOME agin' fishln accidents with
PUT YOUR 'W preferably with X-ray experience accept
: ,
; a al.ely laad.eaprd Ie 3 BR.1V4 .
qualifications, name and Fanl..... S.Itable far _..le tIM ....... rar4 B rrk. AGENCY
RESTAURANTNOW letterto air. Oar rile arta .f Kla.lr.ree h*.atlfal ..U.-.. .11....... .WKwtaa'awa DAVIS
.' EAR TO address of reference in COTTAGE Bar KZ7. fag al4!>ar slaw 4_r*
OPEN For, P. 0. Box 931-S Kissimmee. Rent $50 per month. ....1.& .. IXilS ....... lw dews 25 BroadwayTI
3 furnished for one or .. _.... 2.155: B......t /.
rooms
colored patrons. Inquire SOS CanterburyLane. KIeAIIa_ee 111&....... 6-4974
THE GROUND two, close in, attractive, apply
2Vi miles north of Kissimmeeon Phone TI 72475 PHONE TI 7-231
A old Orlando Hwy. (527) 118 SOUTH BEAUMONT
TI 6-2303
Breakfast and Dinners AVON PRODUCTS
r :I Sandwiches. BAR-B-CUE.
: homemade pies, etc: OFFERS immediate placementto ; FOR RENT FOR SALE Legal Notice>
(!1 rs qualified Indies. $$$ can be FOR RENT: Cottage, five room

I)1 I Ed demons, Mgr. yours!!! Excellent Income.Write furnished two blocks from stori e, New Duplex Apartment fi.CRII*M tat IIOMR kllHira' with a&4 rrrtmtt....... ah the*.
Drive-In service.REDUCED Mrs. Vanderbnrg. P. O. special price per year, no chi]1 It.I- rvatal fnpvrtr with Its .NOTICE OP PIBMCO InaRIXG
(! Box 2134, Ft Pierce, Florida. I dren. 919 Alabama Ave., Si. Tw.1..*...toaraia.. .a. fcUefc r*rplet.ly fra 'lak tar, Ir laae. Owner a d *tralaa r *r;it._rth f riMilUlac. \ ROAD {'LOS. G'

.1 Cloud. available May lat. ilia.... la faaillr. Prto eat tSiXftos .
i ALSO MODER.V EFTICIEXCY.rr far .... If take IB April. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES
;
And y u'Jl find that mst: people! these days are I *.a4 flar **.>l*<*l7 far TI. s411.FOR :. bjr the*. Board Otuwota.of County County C'Florida.mmineoaer. -
Uaetf. Available April 2*-a.
the for their Sale that paid Board on the >th day fiUr.
package Insuancs For
buying policy Quick A. D. 19... at ten o'clockA.
that includes Bruce'sSUNSHINE Phone TI 7-2667 SALE Large dry lots M. at the office of said Board.
home fire theft liability and many I Going out o! business. : In Klolmmee Florida will hold *
{07 SOB Ave, off Dalun "$500 10% down, cash ot arinir to consider whether
op public
other risks at a substantial:! :: saving in rates. Call us. TRUCK 1956 Ford VS F100.
Board
I said hall clone
COMPRESSOR terms. Call TI 68514.FOR or vacate not and renounce and dlnrlalm and
ST CFM D\llhUa x. 433. 8V4" HOMES FOR RENT: Two ground floor any rUht or Interent of the County
be B/S f.aa R.aae..1 La.ttak. and In to that
Maated .. 4"11" rralter. furnished apartments and two certain "rtro'.tll: t.1 -certain
: T PAINTING) EQUIPMENT 2 and BR HOMES upstairs furnished apartments. SALE: Two nice! homes two unnamed Btreet partita
3 Party
1.-... DcVllhUa Palat..... describeC .. follows:
bedrooms two baths CBS
S Gcllvae Cat <>... with. H_ TO GO Ohio Apartments 108 N. Vernon completely That certain portion of the
REASONABLE 1 sain 4 Davis Agency, 25 Bread- furnished wall to wall platted unnamed; street lrl"C
: to the Eat of Lots 1, f. J and 4
Y$ and
high well
.
alrjgrldr nY TW 3-T131: way or B. J. Mien, Intercession carpeting, dry of Block 4 of Florida Krait
A6ENIA..Ma TOM ALLEN CHOOSE YOURS NOW! City. located, paved street Two bed Belt. gl.eal Cwropanjra SnbdlMN -
BOX 15 D 17th St. room CBS, unfurnished, two Florida N, Of Oaceola .
'Ua.. : Inn to the Weat
ST. CLOUD FLA.Auctieneering. glassed in porches, small lot. f Lots ala, *. and I1 t
: We Arrange Financing This is sn attractive home for Block I of the said t'hlbdhlaloD -

Contact e* fer hotae sass are... LOST & S900. Call Mrs. Horton with Interested- peraon. may appear
Sam Lupfer and Son brokers, and be heard Oft the day and at
LnpferJsInsura f' JUST A LITTLE WT BETTER FOUND TI.6.2191. the. _hour_ above atated.wsuij OF .OOU'N'M'o.'imut

Get .1&.... .rlee. ffr y..r t OJ' 0IiICKtJt..oamnY. ..\
.._..1. .r r.rwa.. *%'e Phone TI 7-22M-H 6-5631 FLORIDAB
Agency I will Ilaaldat them hr LOTS FOR SALE Large, feign
1918 Paalte Awetlaa.DETTMKB FOUND: Female collie black aDd and dry city water and sewers. Oren Brown

[12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 6-2191 as ESTEttTRISETI BRUCE PAHTBi Bcvctoytr sad Boilder white trimmed. Inquire at 1518 Good location phone TI 7-2S32 (tC0U1r"$7.8SI0. SEAL' ) tn' 91 run t 4

.. Patrick. for details. 4.7CALL

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Central Florida The Risstmmet' Gazette Thursday, April 7, 1960 Pace 1A
Show '" I
.
Opens
affair has. -
more boats from Parkview Restaurant Census Takers

boat ers a fashion crack ,f l. Changes HandsThe I Attend Training Sessions
Today In Orlando
show queen h" sale of the Park View. Census takers who will visit ev
Boats on exhibit '1\"E Restaurant in St. Cloud, one of ery dwelling unit in the area dur-

The largest outdoor boat show day run at Big Lake Fairview in blay in two large 11 Osceola County's beat known and.1 tion ing the and 1960 Housing Census, which of began Popula on
the lakeshore'
I site
ever staged in Central Florida I Orlando. favorite eating establishments, April 1, have attended training
today (Thursday) for four Billed as the second annual Orlando It is on "" .
opens a ,
across Tee Road Emma Douglas for the past 13 sessions, Herbert J. Benson district
'
Ben White 1tJo.\ years, was announced this week. supervisor, announced.The .
nlenty of.free ,, Mr. and Mrs. John Hill of Cincinnati training s sessions, conductedby
Ohio, who will make their crew leaders, were held March
the city-owned '
NOTICE I. ,, ',,'. .,... ;,; '40'; home in St. Cloud, are the new 28-31 inclusive.
," ,' There will be '.' Mr. and Mrs. Hill for.
; > water giving <<; : : :- owners.
merly operated a grocery storein
free coins around I
l't ; Cincinnati before coming to CYPRESS IJ
<
for visitors. The : : )
Until further notice the turing the Osceola County.
Tampa Ski -Bees, :; : C. H. Lucas and W. O. Boydof [GARDENS 1
famous ;: > -1'- Sun Empire Realty handl..tthe
troups
ABSTRACT OFFICE : : sale -for Mrs. while ,
place twice each Douglas 'Yi lilt sksAos( l.i11.31saIII ,
Alexander Hall St. Cloud attor-
and ,a231e.k11h.
urday Sunday. '.
Visitors will : '/' ,!, U I I ney handled the legal work.

6-10 West Darlington Avenue will remain open of valuable flee

all'day on Thursdays and will be closed all day elude trailer a; a 14ft.24ft. } THREE SHOWS TONITE

Saturdays. pool; a 20 ft. ;
pair of Cypress
skis (a pair each )
JOHNSTON
DANIEL M.
hour ow the hour,
Manager, ing the gates will
minnow) fishing HOUSE
will be other prizes
Fifteen of the '
was winner of the junior high spelling contest
girls are vying n;.cr-up wid Mark Lurie, left. Winners in the 7th t
queen. The finalists Kissimmee'J. and Kathy Wells, second. In the 8th grade were Central Florida
among 113 entries. by Cooper)

BOAT SHOWAND
CHOCOUTE P \ I' To Give


-r: COVERED By I WATER EXPOSITION
--
Ortho Sprayers. FAIRVIEW PARK

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I ORLANDO
I Cor- rising number of new home owners
0 ON RT. LEE ROAD
e of the I and gardeners in America 441
of Garden and the huge number of potential
; Just Across from Ben While Raceway
and Pesticides homeowners and gardeners from
rated 'the .largest new home construction during the 5
APRIL 7-8-9-10
give-away offer early 1960's-that it is easy to
years history. In be a successful gardener' and OPEN 1 TO 10 P. M. DAILY
the largest have a pest-free garden using the .
,, ORTHO line of specialized insect
#!''," :' : by a home and FREE PARKING ADMISSION 75c.
,)', manufacturer and pest control products. Now,
.! with modern technology, you can
I. (Children under 12 Free')
IN 1886 A ORTHO have a strikingly beautiful talk
For your farm animals, poultry DELIVERING' THE I II. marketing pea of-the-neighborhood garden with
THE BATTER WAS "
I their distrib little or no effort at all. PRIZES GALORE
TOTAKE A HOP
and household pets-the finest' AJUMP nursery and In order that all homeowner
nationally, is, and gardeners will have equal It Ft. Boat, 40 HP Motor Trailer
veterinary supplies are stockedat Big t away several chance to take advantage of this 24 Ft, Swimming Pool 20 ft. metal Boat Port
sensational OR. free give-away, extensive television .
Reels Mystic Minnow Fishing Lures, and many other prizes.
2 gallon garden and newspaper announce
Large bargain conscious ments will be made to direct themto
of Lures their nearest dealer where it SEE largest display of Boats in Central Florida.

Model will receive his can be obtained. BEAUTY QUEEN CONTEST FREE BOAT RIDES
Planes sprayer, with
Gun compliments, abso! Ls 11itw FASHION PARADE OF BOATS
Little } the purchase of
Shoes of ISOTOX Garden
r garden spray
1 I / 200 garden pests.
: ) of the ORTHO tr
114 ORt3A0WAY -- PN.TI b-zb2f I Jones, man-
SPORT ing division i # p / I II
1417 N. believe that in
TI 7-2006 these it
sprayers
q.=--' ---::- -- ,- -- .... I PARTIN JEWELERS; can;Lo;


Most Osceola Countians know me- 1 1


but we are growing and my background -

is included here for study

I AOT by citizens I haven't had the honorof a < .


DOWN meeting personally. ;



County have A native lived since Floridian in 1924..Osceola was, I ORT-i. :


Y in service two years. one 1 q ..... -- -
snent overseas in World
War I. I am a member
and past commander GARDEN z .

x. and past district com-
mander of the Veterans :
of Foreign Wars, men '
'' ber and Past Command-
I PAYMENT 9 f der of the American Le

gion, a member of the i
t' First Methodist Church,
Masonic Lodge, Shrine,

and Odd Fellows Junior, the Chambers Senior FREE

of Commerce. I once led / t1AItoNO
the largest troop of uniformed -

Boy Scouts in
"
c.
Central Florida i and ,
: played semiprofessional .
',, < 2 DR CBS HOMEONYOURLOT \:' : ." ?;:o baseball. Bay a quart bottle of ISOTOX _S
'" Garden Spray at regular$5.49 price)

;" have worked in Offices for and get a 2 *ORTHO Spray-Etta
: I County many years (regular price$3.49)) FREE!, .
and feel I am well qualified by age and experience for
this office.I .

NEW EASY WAY TO GARDEN!
promise to always give honest capable ,
: I
; Total ri TAil ORTHO 2 gal. Spr y-Ette end *
; 't v* $5400 f and courteous service. My past ISOTOX insecticide make gardening easyas r
experience is watering! Just measure 2 tbs. ISOTOX
proven. Garden Spray into the wide-mouthed,
easily-removed jar,fill jar with water,attach ORTNO
to your hose and spray bugs away!ORTHO
Per MonthIMPROVEMENT i -DON'T TRADE EXPERIENCEFOR 2 gaL Spray-Elte has an easy on-off insec- ISOtox
$51.00 ticide spray control, a patented back-flow ans.spa
AN EXPERIMENT. pressure valve, patented jets to mix.spray
accurately,and an adjustable spray deflec
tor. New formula ISOTOX Garden Spray
controls more than 250 garden pests-contains
RE-ELECT lindane, malathibn, DDT and new
INC.
MODERN CO Tedion-yet costs under lOt per sprayed
gallon. Get the blooms you
W. E. "Ed" POUND
x planted for this new,easy way! G AEVTEJri D]

4855 So. Orange Blossom Trail .. -.

Osceola County SATE SUI ATYDUR DEALER'S IDYll! *\.._jjjjj.,..J.-.
Offer good for a limited time only % /

ORLANDO J Tax CollectorSubject 1 CalifomU( Spray-Oitmical Can A ubdi.a If CKf OfIlIa! CkMuol CompMtfcctanC
*. Wfrnu WM U-ct .. D.e. _Attutt. iwgIa
to the Democratic Primary Tuesday, May 3rd

: IN KISSIMMEE CALL TI 6-5341 t.;'- TARCAI .

S 5- or Write Box 831 Kissimmee TOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED FEED & FARM SUPPLY

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': Corner Main and Vine Sts. .Phone TI 65361Boat
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ng for me to hide behind. I shot I Pace 2A The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, April 7, 1960>> .
: owe to scare him but was afraid ,
Candidates
t
to'shoot any more for fear I might of public instruction. Moderator
hit someone else. 1 was scared to 0. P.Jftfenson wffl open the f orttra
death but I talked him into giving Invited To by giving eat candidate eqaal ELECT -
himself up without a fight. He time within his rcap to speaker
never pointed the gun at me, butI answer questions.. W. R. (BUSTER)
was sure relieved when he gave PTA Meeting County commission candidateswill :
: -: me the gun." \ minutes
be given four apiece
The sheriff arrived then and HANCOCK
The last pre-election school school candidates six minute
c took over. forum: will be next Monday, April each. After all candidates hare
After Tindall was elected sher- 11th at the Kissimmee School I
spoken once the meeting will be
ur he recalled he and two deputies I
;3 t Cafeteria. The School Forum begins turned over to the panel and
$ kept the law in the county. at 8:30 p.m., immediatelyafter the audience for additional com-
His first deputy was Robert Buck- the 8 p.m. business meeting ment question. w
j els, present sheriff of the county of the Kissimmee Parent-Teach or
The Kissimmee PTA executive
He never arrested anyone unlesshe era Association. The forum is
.4: was known to be dangerous to sponsored by the PTA and the committee reminds its member- t,.
v =.l r the peace and safety of the peoplein Junior Chamber of Commerce of ship that these pre-election forUmS -
must be Their
nnon-partisan.
the county.
Kissimmee. Everyone in Osceola
: sj Tindall told of the the 104 stills County is invited. purpose is to inform the public,
he and his men wrecked during stimulate turn-out at the polls .
: Y his time in office. He 'recalls one For this last school forum officers and align public support behind r
jd j-- r ease in particular which involvedan of the PTA and the Jay- the otlicials emerging from the ,
old man and his two sons from cees have chosen to hear candidates county elections as responsiblefor
Kentucky. They had set up a still for county commissioner, solvin gschool growth prob ,
in a swamp In the southern part school board and superintendent lems. I
the Tindall drove l.
f 4 county. part way :
;.. to the still and left the car 1/ CHECK THE JOB.S I
up CHECK THE MAN. The Only! fully qualified
ks on the road to proceed on foot.
'
The two sons were operating the candidate for
THEY GO TOGETHER!
still, but the old man was not Insight ,
a Tindall surprised the boys COMMISSIONEROF
and took them prisoner, orderedthe ELECT
still destroyed, and left. Tin.
Bali said, "I never caught too AGRICULTURESuccessful
many of them type fellers, but I
sure did wreck a many a still. farmer
In his career of over twenty Business man
years as sheriff Tindall never had I Educated IN Florida SchoolsB.
; .,,_ a man get away from him nor his S. Degree IN Agriculture
: .h jail, but he stated this was not U. of Fl. ;
because the prisoner feared him, Marina I
9.n but they were treated so darngood VeteranFamily Man
they just did not want to commissioner of AGRICULTUREFARMER Long record af selfless service ,
leave. to florid. Agriculture ,
So in this way we pay tribute to O BUSINESSMAN a LEGISLATOR P.iddfor<< .ty. f
one of the early pioneers in Osce ,.. ..... .4". C mpJ.a Treasurer
ola County who helped to make it
a safe'place to live and raise chil \
dren.
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Seven Injured In ; VOTE FOR ,

Accident ThursdayAn

,
r t auto driven by Frank Evans
s t.er collided with another driven r JACK M. BASS
by Mrs. Floyd Bruce at the inter-
+Wy section of Patrick and Thacker d a
-i about 2:30 Thursday afternoon,
h reported Osceola County Sheriff .
Robert Buckels. Sheriff Buckels v--. FOR #

reported that seven persons, all
local residents, were injured in
-k
the accident Injured in the auto I ITAX'

driven by Evans were Mr. and '
Mrs. Frank Evans, who sustained COLLECTOR ;
bruises and minor lacerations;
_
Mrs. Hazel Schroeder who suf-
fered cuts and abrasions Mrs. t

Schroeder's. two sons, Mark, age Subject to Democratic Primary:
three, with bruises, and William,
.# age six, who suffered two fore May 3 t
FORMER OSCEOLA COUNTY SHERIFF YOUNG TINDALl, FONDLES THE GUN. !HE NEVER HAD TO USE. head lacerations. JACK M. BASS
of the
(Photo by Bill Skinner) Floyd Bruce, occupant
second car suffered lacerations "Born In The Heart with '
of Osceola County, .:
*-' ', about the head, and his wife
i Osceola In His Heart" "
Betty, only other occupant of the County . J" .

Sheriff: XQungffo.daU; Has Memories! Of car reported soreness, sustained in of fine the a condition nose face.injury All by were and of- L.-- CAPABLE COURTEOUS QUALIFIED"YOU : :-i.-'. ".

.
,, '_ ficials at Kissimmee Hospital
where they were taken for treat- CAN BE SURE, IF YOU VOTE FOR AND :,

By-Gone Era : Of; Osceola County: Life ment. ELECT "JACK" M. BASS. ':.',,,"-

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T ACP AccomplishmentsAre <
(Paid Political Adtertlseratftt
By FRED;BRIJ SOW !ived." be )ield in a jail in Florida, and he would kill him AnnouncedOsceola
: Before Tindal},waa.l.e ted sheriff Tindall WaS-. part of this'first, The prisoner was a Negro that
Meet Young Tindall former- he worked on the>police force '.Irr the days.before his election the sheriff.had arrested, and in an County farmers used I
sheriff of-Osceola:.County. ,fei Kissimmee, and'then:became? a biz, first job with'the sheriffs de unguarded moment had grabbed Agricultural Conservation Program
Young Tjndatt! has been?arocmd sheriff. partment 'that of jailer. He
I deputy !was the aneriff'a gun and was threatening Cost-sharing assistance t law enforcement' most of"his: 'life Joe Tracy, one of "the ten most recalls sleeping in .the jail then .him with it. Tindall said "He, establish conservation practice;! :
and \A\ a J remarkable record. He wanted, men at that;time, had and 'tells' of his only experience' the Negro brake and:ran out of: on 113 farms in 1959, accordingto ELECTSUPERINTENDENT
never drew agab nor hit 'a.,man been indicted by'the gra9d jury wheelie found'( ,it necessary to use the office and,doWn the block toward Clyde E. Story, county officE '
whom bearrested but one time, in Osceola 'County?of;which. Tin a! -wea n. the court house and hid in manager for the county ASC com-
and that happened' before he war dill was foreman. "f just woke rep and had crossed i a ,chicken shed. I'grabbed a gun mittee. I
elected sheriff.- Because Tracy had been indicted the office. when 1 heard Sheriff L I from the rack and ran past the Total assistance received througl 1'I Stephen E. Sharpe
As Tin a.n'puts it, "I never had he was! remanded to the R..'Farmer pull 'op outside in his bewildered sheriff and into the the 1959 ACP by farmers in thE
no hard feelings toward anybody custody of the sheriff. While Tracywas ear .and' 'order"someone 'out. I street, after the escapee. I saw county amounted to $44,268. Federal .
while I was; in pffice, and the ,being: held in the county jail didn't think much.of this and went him turn into a yard up the street assistance amounted to les:
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people of the county were goodto ) lie*>vas 'arf3 to'Lan. Upthe- back to the cell block to check,the and' into the chicken coop. The than 50" of the cost of performing OF
me. I .knew every man in ,the grove. ,. ,cells when 'I bend 'the 'prisoner ground between the house and thecoop the approved conservatioi
county then and knew where- he' This was. e.first. wedding to I tell. the sheriff t.o' stand still .or was flat, and there was noth practices. The farmers contributed -
the remainder of the cost an<
.- used their own labor and equip :
ment in most cases in carrying ,: : PUBLIC, INSTRUCTION -
out the practices. The purpose oj
this cost-share type program is t<( ,
increase the extent and speed with ;;
IS MOVING INTO THE which conservation needed in th< '
: public interest is done. Osceola County '
Story stated that the farms ii ., .i
W Hi ) the county{ on which conservatioi STEPHEN fc. BHARPE ,
FO1MERWINNDIxIE!
STORE? practices were reported carne<

; out under the 1959 ACP repre
sented 34% of the farmland am WE NEED A COMPREHENSIVE, PLANNED BUILDING PROGRAM THAT
10% of the cropland in the county
Some of the major conservatioi WILL MEET SCHOOL NEEDS EFFICIENTLY, ECONOMICALLY, AND KEEP

practices performed on OsceoL OUR 'SCHOOLS IN PACE WITH THE TIMES.

1 < There Is No Sale Like A County were: farms under the 1959 ACi]

"'.' ,. -. Initial treatment of farmland bJ; 1. School buildings should be designed to grow as the pupil population increases.
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t applying liming materials, ",251acres Poorly designed and poorly arranged schools are a result of inadequate administration -
; initial establishment of i and a lack of overall planning.
< Hf permanent vegetative cover 01
ii: ) BRAID OPENINGSALE farmland for soil protection or a:
a needed land-tise adjustment, 8& 2. Buildings should be placed in the growth centers to reduce transportation to a

rtp : acres; vegetative covers improve minimum. School bus tranportation. is at best, expensive, inconvenient, and containsan
.\. for soil or watershed protectioi element of risk. Schools should be placed so that the. maximum number of
.i 381 acres; Initial establishment o!!
children within SAFE walking distance.
; are
: permanent vegetative covers in orchards
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:L' : :. : ; ; for control of erosion, 31

....., j ; : .' : .<> 'ff > acres.Story also said that the 190 3. Sound administration will use flexibility in the organization schools in order to '

.' '. :i : : ; ACPP is essentially the same a make the maximum use of Till the facilities that are available.
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the 1959 Farmers whi
t ; t L }: } < need help program.with new and additional BETTER SCHOOLS ARE THE RESULT OF COOPERATIVE PLANNING AND

; ;\ .: should! conservation contact the on County their ASC fam of POSITIVE ACTION. SUPPORT AND ELECT STEVE SHARPE AS SUPER

S ," : .. :, fice. Funds are very limited a INTENDENT OF PU5LIC INSTRUCTION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.
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1:: : ;a1YatchThe: : Gazette for: further* 'detalisL this time but each request for
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: ; : .: cost-sharing will be considers Paid Political AdirrtlceoMut
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ti ,1. . 'a. and assistance granted if possible i
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Obituaries FINAL RITES HELDJOSEPH Rites ReId For Mrs. Myrtle\ Flannigan seal chapel, with Dr. H. P. Amos. The Kis&Iomte: Gazette> Thursday April 7. 1960 Page :3.VSHSRE'S :
minister of the First Baptist
i Theodore B. BrownTheodoP Rites. Held TuesdayMrs. Church, officiating. Interment was
George W. James Rev. Dan Greer and the le".I. in Osceola Memory Garde s. Gris
I4"Ires P--o-.vn. 1>9. Myrtle Ward I
Jack Flannigan
Ward officiating. Intermentwill som Funeral Home in chargeof
was
Died On Sunday be in the church cemetery. of C'mt>bell station. Ki : inj""ne*. 74, of Route 1, Box 600, Orlando, arrangements.
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George Washington James, 70, Grissom Funeral home was in .r..d awry ie r" nrla",1) hos- passed away Sunday afternopn
of 900 Forrest Street, Kissimme-, charge of'arrangements. .. *s1' F.*nrdr. might' after. alehothv after a lengthy illness.A Mrs. Clara Carr expects to re- I

passed away Sunday morning after mnell-! .. native of Kentucky she had turn to Kissimmee April 12th After U.S.
a lengthy illness.A Edward Evans Barber A native tf p&k (1Mp+v. f been a resident of Orange County an extended visit at Hopkins SHOES FOR MEN
native of Anderson County, lvi most of his life in OswolaVrmtv. : for the past 11 months. yule Ky.

South Carolina, he had been a Died On Friday y r ( She was a member of the Baptist SAVINGSBONDS
resident ire was a niech-mc.ter. <
of Community for
Church.
the part five years. Edward Evans Barber C4, of Ht' ;. sT rv'ivri "v 0d"ucp",,- Survivors 1
A retired farmer, he and his Kissimmee Park was found dead Mr. TK-rtdoti Belt ** )li-} include a daughter
Mrs. Inez
wno owned and operated too in his home Friday. e-i.i his father. Frneet" Brown. 0. Slye, Orange County f Men's Wear
; one son, Charles S. Flanni-
James Grocery here for about ..After an investigation by the V.i-e. f"1'' !d.t I P T. Me'
Ohio .
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and five grandchildren.Funeral
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four Sheriffs Office and Peace Justice Ernostine I.-will.i! Orlandoc<<*
years. -- -
He was a Baptist. James Mozley, it was ruled J.t'C'+b/l' Curtis' RroW1'Lot"' .. Al- services were held. r*. ;
9:30 a-m Tuesday from tb' (- :_ GAZETTE ADVERTISING: PAYS 1
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. that death was apparently from fred' one foste Iof1.r. WaltPrf.
Belma I. James, Kissimmee; two natural causes. Brown. P -tl9nd, Oregon anA
sons, Frank James, Oldsmar; J. Mr. Barber was a native and .. tw"nd..hiMn..
Alvin James, U. S. Navy, Long lifelong resident of.the Kissim- f', ,.\ Funeral] *erri vs were held *t
Beach Calif.; five daughters, mee Park area and was a veteran to :, { :"C<4iJ1i' 10.30 am Wedn.-*"v fr*nt tb.
Mrs. Spencer Baya and Mrs Raymond of World War L "(_' l< If ,":",.... ,,,.,,,,,t4; r-rip.nm d ."",' W+h *1Fn RAT. ;J \iIMMEE
O. Be clev the Rv.: J. C ; BRAND NEW.
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Trotter, both of Kisummee; He was a citrus grower. CADDELL ,
RutherfoM offi*iatn". Interment .
Mrs. Frank Moore, Greenville, Survivors include one brother <
S. C.; Mrs. James Dillard, Wel- Fritz Barber, Kissimmee Park; w." in Pleasant Hill Cemetery
aka; Mrs. John Reid, Berlin, four sisters, Mrs. Louise Thomas Joseph C. Caddell Orissom Faner l Fnme was ir HIGHLANDS
Germany; two brothers, Martin Kissimmee Park; Mrs. Hilda Succumbed Wednesday charge of arrangements. _-
James and Albert James, both of Durham and Mrsi Salty Gul- .. .
Joseph Crowell Caddell, 59, of
Greenville and 10 grandchildren. brunson both of Arkansas and
; Idora Park, Kissimmee, prominent Former Resident: 4'TILE
Prayer services were held at Mrs. Alice Lanier, Vero Beach. -
10:30 a.m. Monday from the Funeral services were held at automobile dealer in Ft. Died In Detroit 3 BR
Cloud and Kissimmee for the "
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Grissom chapel, with the Rev. 3 o'clock Sunday at the inter- ]tfr.. Sara N. Eesle" '"It" )Jv'i i BATHSDOWN
D. D. Debault, of Orlando, officiating ment in Rose Hill Cemetery, with past five, .years, passed awaysoddenly in KNsiwm frn'n 1932 tit 145R '
The funeral party left the Rev. H. L. Webb, minister of dence. Wednesday. at his resi- aced at Detroit. Mhw on Mere'
Monday afternoon for Greenville, the First Baptist Church jf He 98 tit the!! ar nf RS. Servir wero
where final services were to be Cloud, officiating. Grissom. owned and operated automobile field 1 1 at the F>>*rt Funeral' How.
held at 2:30 p.m.Vednerday, at neral Home was in charge of St.1 dealerships in Miami and NnTthviHe.! Miry, on March 30
Siloam Baptist) Church with the rangements. Tallahassee before aequirisg: the followed hv interment at Maple
Chevrolet and Oldsmobile agencyin Ra"i St. Cloud. After disposing of in 1871. :t I
the St. Cloud agency he boughtthe
a Chevrolet in Kissimmee Following her mirri cre in 1836
agency -
to Harry Eeslev.. ,1e lived at va-
and just recently brought in
rious times in Midland and O>runna -
11x0 Carroll Starling as a partner. }Ii b.. and Denver, Colo. ThEe < .1 .
active in of
Very the affairs
> I !'leys came to Kissimmee in 1932 J
the First Presbyterian Churcn, end purchased a small home on ,
he had been an elder since 1944. the old Orlando road just outside FHA
He was a member of Stokes .the citv. Following her husband's
Lodge Number 3, A. F. & A. M. death in 1950 Mrs. Eesley resided -
Concord, .North Carolina and: a at 222 Orlando Ave. until fail-
charter member of Orlando Scot- inghealth caused her to returnto '
0 tish Rite Bodies and Bahia Michigan two Her
years ago.
Shrine Temple. He was a member passing was preceded by an illness $28Q $59 MONTH
of B. P. 0. Elks Lodge and of only two weeks.
G A S Club, both of Kissimmee.
..r.. Rotary Both Mr. and Mrs. Eesley were
Survivors include his wife, active in the Epis-opal Church in .

For clean, odorless.. even heating, you Just cant Kathryn Abernathy Caddell; one Kissimmee. L"J* ....$' k!;tt-" (. '. .... -"."" < ,." '-1; ";.;;" 3i. .q., .,;., -
Improve on Creen'g Fuel Gas heating appliances! daughter Orlando Miss Katie Jo Caddell, :f ,;f -:' }. :ft'>.; < ,, ; J: .Y; -'::: : '-' ., i:
; one son, James A. Cad- Mrs. Sumner Spohn ;: : <, :: : .
Whether you choose central heating vented wall dell, Presbyterian College, Clinton, .,. <
heaters or other approved types of space heatIng ., S. Ct; his mother, Minnie S. Succumbed Thursday : H <

there Is no heating like gas heating with Caddell, Concord, N.C..; one Mrs. Ode Ellen Spohn, 67, resi-
Green's Fuel Gas.GREENS. brother O, Melvin Cad&ll. dent of Orange Gardens, died in
Gainesville. a local hospital Thursday.. Mrs.
Prayer services were held at Spohn was a native of Ohio and
10:30 a.m. Friday from the Gns moved to Kissimmee three years
sow chapel I, with the Rev. Maurice
fUEL j t1 ago and was a member of the
ft t\+ s Grigsby and the Rev. Dorr L First Presbyterian Church of KisEimmee. -
Van Etten officiating. The funeral .

party left Friday afternoon She is survived .1 by her husband,
for Lineolnton, North Carolina Sumner D. Spd n, Kissimmee;
where final services were held one son, William J. Spohn,. Los-
at 3 o'colck Sunday from the and brother
tine, Oregon, one
Warlick Funeral Home, with Dr. Cletus O. Toledo, Ohio.
S Furnilln: Lawrence Stell, officiating. Inter. Funeral services Nogvle were held in Dollar For Dollar and Foot For Foot
0 I ment was in the Lincolnton Cemetery the chapel of Riedel Funeral '
Grissom Funeral Home was 4, 2
Home Monday, April at
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD in change of arrangements. .
I Van
; o'clock with Rev. Doer *
,. Etten. pastor of the First PresbJterfaliYCh -
r..Besf M.om.e
--olficlatrng I'' 1. _jJlit U a.JIM1 .
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s ory Gardens under the directionof

Riedel were Funeral Frank Home.Napp Ralla Pallbearers TURN WEST OFF ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL AT KISSIMMEE

Snyder, Harry Doughty, Newton HIGHLANDS SIGN MILE NORTH OF KISSIMMEE CITY
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Straw Under Glass!
SHOE INSTANT IVORY 1 -FLAKES, Kissimmee
EASTER BASKETS CANDIES Elegance in the grand man. SO FINE.-SO, FAST=-SO MILD\ firm
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'-- -. American Home Marys and Mart has i on a toe.
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Madison
.. j Group Met MondayThe Hold Fashion ShowThe and baby, of Groveland, were
American Home Divisionof Around Kenansville week end visitors to the home of
--t-- the Woman's. Club was well March meeting of the Marys ,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
aJI attended Monday night when original and Marthas of the First Christian By BETTIE BASS Vkkers.
creations in Easter bonnets Church was held at the homeof They also were present Sunday
< were in evidence. Mrs. Harvey Chapman. Mrs. morning at the Lakeview Baptist
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I ri conducted by the president, Mrs. the business meeting and Mrs. Will Campbell is home af been serving with the U. S. Air
Thressa Clemons, it was voted to devotions were led by Mrs. Jimmy ter spending 12 days in a Kis- Force. After a 30 day leave he
i send a girl to 4-H short courseat Cox.The simmee hospital with flu, pneumonia will be stationed in Georgia. Ad. I
I Tallahassee. Mrs. Kenton reported group decided to help sup- and bronchitis, and after die has vuit nursing at Osceola Jtf
that the card party had port the church of Joe Bronson spending a week with her con Mr. Hospital and will go with her
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netted $77.25 for the building ct Miami. Harold Campbell at Eau Gallic. husband to Georgia.
tund. Mrs. C. C. Tindall and Mrs. Jimmy Denmark, son in law of Cheryl Bass, daughter of Mr. MEETS EVERY TEST
The next meeting will be a Delbert Whalen were chosen as a Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell, is and Mrs. Claud Bass, was a patient
f committee to be in charge of the Faith It the beginning ofChristioftelperience
I a vr covered dish supper to be held expected to be home this week at Osceola Hospital recently : .
"Mother and
May 3rd at 6:3o p.m. at 'Mrs.Clemons' Daughter" banquetto end from Germany where he has when she had a minor operation stronger ot step
xI home. be held in May prior to Moth grow you
.
I Mrs. Don Miller, sponsor of theFU1.ure er's Day. Tickets will be on sale Page 6A The Kissimraee Gazette. Thursday April 7. 1960 out on Cod'i promists.Bible
+ Homemakers, Jane Lea at $1.00 per plate.
After the business meeting Mrs. --
Connolly and Linda English presented
I l a program on the FHA Cox and Mrs. Chapman presentedthe Permanent Waves . . $6.50
I sY 3t program, consisting of "beauty up Study _._n__.._.'". 9:45 a.m.
and the girls gave their platforms .....
and fashion" contest. The con Training Union .m. 6:15 p.m.
which they will present as testants were husbands of some Haircut, Sham. 5 .50 Revlon $
= candidates for office at the state Worship Services:
1.5
convention. of beautiful the members.dresses and They hats.modeled The I pOD and Set.*. 5> I f nlcure_ 8:30 am. 11:00 am. & 7:30 pm.
Hostesses were Lorena Boris,
'I winner of the title "Miss Mary
Bert Tnidall and Margie McGon- and Martha of 1960" went to $1.00 OFF on any Wave or Set-with this ad!
gaL "Stella" (Jimmie Cob.) The run- Open till 9 I'. M. Wednesdays and Fridays
ner-up was "Marilyn" (Dr. C. C.
Tindall CINDERELLA '
) .
Coffee To Honor
Refreshments were served by BEAUTY STUDIO CHURCH ST, AND SWOUU
1 1ARRI1 1x AVtDr.
the hostesses to the
following
Mt Mrs. Farris Bryant : H. P.Amos, QastorELLIOTT'S
Donna Whalen, Mr. and Mrs. Del 3511) S. Orange Blossom Trail-Orlando 0 GA 2-3801
A coffee honoring Mrs. Farris bert Whalen, Jean Haggard, Esther i
Bryant will be held Thursday at Mailiard, Frances Zamarra-, ._ _n ____. -- --
10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Ellis
Terry 'Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs.
E K\ 111:.-When Mrs. Mildred (,anion, right, wife of gubernatorial candidate Doyle Carlton. F. Davis, 317 Hughey Street. Tom Tefteller, Mr. and Mrs. Buck
and Mrs. Meittlbrilton, second from right armed in Kissimmee as guests of honor at a tea held Friends are invited to call at Jamison and Bucky, Dr and Mrs. GROCERY STORES
Tuesday' afternoon March 29. at the Tropical lintel they did it in grand style by making the trip by this hour to meet Mrs. Bryant, Tindall, Jimmie Cox and Mark
private plane. Greeting the honorees at the Kissimmee Airport were left to right Mrs. Daisy! wife of the gubernatorial candi Harvey Chapman, Pat McCall,
Mirkler a.longtime friend of the Carlton family and Mrs. Irlo Bronson. date. Ralph Davis and Clifford Chap- TWO STORES TO SERVE YOUNo.
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- man. 1-831 Palm Way. Ph. TI 66333 O No. 2-720 Bermuda. Ph. TI 6-8622

OPEN MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 6 AJL to 8 P.M. FRIDAY TIL 9 & SAT. TILL 10 P. M.
Kraft Kitchen Fresh c
sAVE qr Methodist Circle

Holds Meeting Fresh Pork Liver Ib 29c "

The Mary Summerlin Circle of SALE
the First Methodist Church met Starts Thur. noon thruBoston
LU Monday afternoon at the home of FRESH PORK
Mayonnaise Mrs. U. Hazel Taylor on Thacker SAT., April 9th
Butts Ib
Ave. Mrs. John Thoman and Mrs. 39c WE WILL CUT TO OR-
Morris Jones assisted the hostess.
DER ANY CUT
devotions OF BEEF'FRESH
led
Following by Mrs.
I Maude Dunsmore, an interesting PORK YOU WANT if it isn't in
tb\' : H: program on the rural settlement our Show Cases.
QUART SAUSAGE Ib 3Cc)
work in the states of Maine,

L I ;JAR ". \.' i North presented Carolina by and Mrs.Tennesseewas Thoman, HICKORY HILLWIENERS

Limit-one with.a Mrs. T. V. Ebert and Mrs. Mary

DOD SS Ct $5.00.or more'../ r Stark. .
Delicious l i i refreshments were
Food Order I II $
II served to 16 members. and two
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I guests. .

v PRICES GOOD Thru Smoked LBS.
SausageGOOD
Astor Vac Pak Episcopal Women
Saturday, .April 9th For

Met MondayThe RED HOTS

St. Catherines Chapter of _
the St. John's Episcopal Church
met Monday morning at the Gables HEAVY BEEPTBONE
home of Mrs. Wilson Lan
caster. ROUND SIRLOIN

Mrs. Ellis F. Davis, president,
} for conducted the business session
which was attended by approx-
Top 1-LB. imately 25 membes.
Hostesses were Mrs. Lancasterand
f liO x. N af Limit one with a J ; Mrs. Nora Sevison. STAK1b(9C(
I
f $5.00 or more Mrs. Sam PratherTo
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I Food Order Head ClassMrs.

I
(Limit one with' GIANT ... Sam Prather was reelected GOOD HEAVY BEEFCHUCK

/ Limit 1 -r 1 Grigsby chairman Class of at their the Georgia covered

; ; with a $5' dish luncheon held Wednesday at ROAST lb. 49c

Astor 3$5N3F9 : F a b or Food more PKG 49 her were home.Mrs. Joe Other Butler officers, vice elected chairman

I Order ,, and Mrs. Theresia Boynton,
secretary-treasurer.the class teacher.Mrs. Grigsbyis SIRLOIN TIP ROAST Ib 79c

---------- Others attending were Mmes.
Hilda Bronson, George Lake, I. H. ALL MEAT BEEF STEW Ib 69cWideTrack
SWIFT PREMIUM Trudeau, G. Bertram, Harry Johnston -
D. Coe Love, Ernest Granger
$ 99 ;; William Grigsby, Leroy Green-
I field, Anna Fischer, L. M. Cody
Mary Richardson, Bertha Rogers
AN. HAM 4 Lbs: Earl Shrewsbury, Edith Maxen,
I Carl Kenton and Miss Medota 4 .
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!! Advance Census Report

:; !!1 !IIIIIHIi\U'II!: !:\ :Illilii\\t,'\\: : ::i'',';:::";"'.',.':',,. ::.',,:'.',:,,:' ":':"':"'::::': :::::::': '..',:: ..::' ::'.: .....: :",':.:' ,:. Jml !111 -r Forms Being DistributedAdvance
Report Forms for the l
1960 Census of
Population and
BOSTON BUTT or RIB END PORK LOIN Housing are being distributed by
the post office to all householdsin
this area, Herbert J. Benson,
district supervisor, said yesterday.The .
t
PORK ROASTfu \ Advance Report Form is a
new census-taking device which is
designed! to speed up the field canvass '+...
I and provide more accurate 1
Copeland Hot or statistics. Distribution of this form
\ y : before the start of the house-to-
VEAL '
CUTLETS u, 98 MILD SAUSAGE Bag 39 house canvass gives the family a
chance to assemble information
W.D "Branded" Eat-Rite
about each member in advanceof

GROUND Beef 3 Pkg.Lb. T7 WIENERS ?\11? 39.' district the census supervisor taker's urges visit.all resi-The

I dents to fill out the forms and
U. S. No. 1 Golden Bantam have them ready for the census ,4, .,
takers when they call.Wise .



FRESH CORN 8 EARS 59 Saves Me Wife Money! =ae



Morton Frozen Apple, Cherry, Peach, Cocoanut t 1 a 0 _


LARGE D ***** *

FRUIT I PIES :. FAMILY SIZE 3 FOR $100 y widens the'yV stance,


not the car. With the widest
.
Jesse Jewell Grade "A" Quick Frozen 3 track of any car, Pontiac gives
better stability, accurate
you
BREASTS, ii control, less lean and sway.

F RV E R DRUMSTICKSDixie THIGHS,: 2_ PKG.1Lb.IB.". 99 Y.



Dart ingMARGAR'INE And my suits look a 0

like new, tool!

NH1IS CLEANERS SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORiZED PON t MAo DEALER
: 2 291
Qtrs.: { "In E. Dalba OSCEOLA MOTORS, INC.

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- Notlc is Verebr riven that 1 I


., BUSINESS DIRECTORY I Charles has.I: hare filed.[filed C.and my Burt petition that ft1n tt.I hretar deceased will for final apply::! that AaminlBtrator discharge of to-- Washington SeeSaws

I
I t 'the Judge Honorable of OsceoU 0. P. Johnson County County Flor-- I

da, on the first day of May, llto.
for approval of same and for Anal WIN PENDLETON
discharge as Administrator of the

_ _ _ _ _ _ & & &AAAA&AA&AaA&A&&AA&&A . ..... Estate of Charles C Burgett. de "When have registered 152,-
&&><&&ert>tt*<><>tt>3<& ceased.: FILIBUSTER NOTES Now we
This 10th day of Starch 1950. that the Southerners in the Sen- 000 plus of our Negro citizens,
I ARTHUR BURGETT
We Wire flowers CaD SAND ROCK Administrator of the Estate of ate are marking time and waiting and when they are voting freelyIn
Co. MORTAR Charles C. Bursrett. deceasedThicker further developments before continuing all parts of the state and areshowing
: MOND CHAIN SAWS Wedding, Funerals Bouquets Parks Furniture MIX and Thicker
for,Administrator their filibuster of the sd- interest in our public affairs
t & Attorneys
STEEL MESH
Ceramic Gifts Potted Plants For Prompt Repair of Your WIRE
KissUnmee. Florida called Civil Rights issue-it mightbe and when we are showingby
BOLTS WASHERS .SCREWS |/f
TOOLS NUTS 311114/31
EWe Rogh' Florist REFRIGERATOR.. well to look, at some of the our attitude both public and

f Large or Small Orders Shipped or (Mrs. Roy C. Graves) Phone TI 6-2171 day or Jlllit 1\ THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OP THE things that were said. This filibuster private that we welcome them, Isay
M\TH
Thursday Route Delivery 207 Broadway Phone TI5391 I TI b-8579 nights I> AAD KOR C()C>TY OF wasn't like some of the historical it would be the worst thingIn

bSCEOI. events of the past where Sears the world, so far as a state like

. SANDFORT & SOWERS STATE Chancery'OF No.FLORID UU Roebuck catalogs, and recipe Florida is concerned, to have the

books were put into the record. Federal Government come in and

.M Southeastern Distributors for Buckingham Thread Restorers' f xTP .mmmG'l LOIS va.ALMGOOD. Plaintiff These men were sincere in tellinga take the position of coercion and

Saxton Kant-Twist damps Help! Help! J. U"AlJMGOOt>-. t>efendantni side of the nn question that compulsion ,which is required by

I Call Midway 4-247'or write 151 E. Welbonrne Avenue. I SUPPLYw < KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX NOTICE\TO DEFEND usually isn't printed in the 'news !the bill, and make it appear to

\ WINTER PARK FLA. LESESNE f "Lowest Prices in the Area 4 IX THE CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT OF THE IN papers certainly not in the I some that when a registration of-

Employment Agency f PLUMBING FIXTURES 4 AND NINTH FOR JUDICIAL,COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. northern press. I Ucer is doing his duty, he is be-
1t Flione TI'6-6671 STATE OF FIXRIDV. CHANCERY. The Florida Senators had a lot ing a minion of the Federal Government
933 BRACK ST.GREEN'S f VISIT OUR DIVORCE. tOW ALLJGOOD.PUAINTIFF. ,
SURPLUS DEPARTMENT 1k VS. J. B ALLJGOOD. to say. And today and later we taking directions from
PIPES AND FITTINGS DEFENDANT. NOTICE TO DE- plan to quote some selected remarks the Federal Government, and, as
SALES SERVICE FENIX THE STATE OF FLORIDATO from their various a mattet of fact, carrying out the
I Radio and 1131 West Church St. J. B. ALLIOOOD. You are here speeches -
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES by required to file jour answer containing during the filibuster. Holland's mandate of far-off Washington.That .
COMPLETE HOME FCR.MSKLXCSFURNITURE FUELSalts I .. Orlando Phone GA 3.7167' 0 AGRICO your defenses, if aay. to is the to do for
J f A.A.AAAvAvA.A.A.A.Excavating. the Complaint filed against you in chief argument was against what wrong thing
TV' CO. AACThe the above styled cause: tn aid he called the "punitive" legisla. us today."
I PARKS and Service Fertilizer cause: in said Court on the 20th ofAprll tion the "civil Holland pointed out time and
Kissimmee St. Cloud Nation's Leading ,- A. D.. I960 or a Decree Pro proposed by rights"proponents.
Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 818% NORMAL PHOSPHATEAA Confesno will be entered against! In the matter of al- time again that the real purposeof

KISSIMMEEFor QUALITY GROUND you.Given under my nand and seal lowing negroes to vote, Holland the proposed "civil rights" bill
I Gas Delivery, Phone FILL DIRT PHOSPHATE ROCK of said Court at Kissimmee. Florida pointed out the record of the -with it uncountable amendments

George Stroup TI 68014R. let our Ranch and Grove on the llth day of March A. State of Florida. I is to attract favorable Negro

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL Davis TI 6-6903 Spreader Service apply fertilizer ix. mo. GL.ENN RAY "Mr. President" he said, "In attention to certain political
R. A. Fletcher TI 6.5511 and dolomite limestone.SEE Clerk of said Court .
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINGLicensed Jimmie Jefferies VS NOW FOR (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) the first place, let me say again groups.In
and Bonded St. Cloud ECONOMY PRICES Thacker and ThaekerKtcflmmee with some pride that I think my his effort to show that the
TW 2-2265 ( )
t FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS For Gas Service, PhoneJ. Olin Fore Attorneys ,for Florida own State has :done a good job in Negro's right to vote is merelya

, B. Rountree TI 6-7574 Ranch and Grove l'1alntlffllT lUlU 4/7 the field of voting rights in almost political sounding board Holland -

ELECTRIC"Where Robert Allen TI 6-3084 TI 7-2685 I> TUB COURT OF THE COOTVJVDGK. off of the areas. .I would not later compared Florida's figure .
E. L. Dailey 11 6-7873 Spreader Service IN AND FOR OSCEOLO. represent to this Congress or of 41.6% Negro registrationin

\ R. H. HaH TW 2-6202,St.Cloudor Thicker Ave. at Oak St. COlin FLORIDA anywhere that we have done a Florida to the figure of the City

Quality Counts" call H. T. Simmons, Mgr. KISSIMMEEFEED IX THE irATTER OF perfect job, nor that we have donean of Cleveland Ohio, an "enlight
13 MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI 6.2981TI 7-2121 TI 6-2761 Dump Trucks For Hire THE ESTATE OF equally good job in all parts ened" northern city26'h.CHILlJREN'S' .
C niBHLE. also known as
STORE JAMES
NIGHT PHONE TI 6-5567
M. J. Stanko TI 6-2144
I J. C. DIBBLE. Deceased. of our state. Put I do call attention -

PHONE TI 6-2821 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO to the fact that in 62 of our

APPLICATION FOR 67 counties of color Negroes
MAKE persons WEAK
Corbin & Beiter for the/ fceifINSTALLMENT FINAL DISCHARGETO are able to register, are Birth through SabTeenaa.

. Hunting Equipment ": Sii Complete Automotive StNClArip ALL WHOM IT invited to register, are welcome to
MAY CONCERN: and welcome
r register, are to vote
Fishing Tackle Repair & Service That NOTICE Lillie IS Bronson HEREBY has filed GIVEN her just as in the case of anyone else. tI J! AS T09 NQsliLayett. )

,I I ROAD SERVICE final report as Executrix of the Estate We have done with the poll .Specialists
"emu of James C. Dibble also knownas away a finery 5'aeaittu.
Clothing Opp. Court House TI 6-2334 J. C. Dibble, deceased: that she tax requirement which we had
I has filed Petition for Final DIs-
to 1937.
prior
GUNSMITHING 1.Boots and Shoes charge, and that she will apply to ':\011
the Honorable (X P Johnson County .there is no man who can
FISHING TACKLE RY"t" AIR 1 Judge of Osceola County, Florida truthfully say that there is &fIj idle
OSCEOLABLUE ; on the 18th; day of April 196(1( any l
I Your Dollar Buys More At The Army Store for approval of same and for finaldischarge difficulty or handicap placed in the
Executrix of the Estate
. as way of any citizen o'f color in 62
ARMY SURPLUS STORE PRINTING J of C.James Dibble C.deceased.Dibble also knownas of our 67 O tlties. 1014 Kuhl Ave.

LOANSt:6 This Hth. day of March IS60. "We have 152,000 colored citizens Dixie Village

;r 903 Main St. Kissimmee TI 6-5551 OPEN MON.-FRI. 8:30 A.M. 4 P.M. Executrix LILLIE of BRONSON the Estate of 'registered as of 1959, as Orlando

I -' '7 DARLINGTON AYE. Phone TI 7-2179 TI 6-8954 James known C.as J.Dibble C. Dibble.also shown by the report of the Civil l'
I 'L
deceased. Right Commission,which is 41.6% 12
AUTO Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. of all the adult citizens of the Q C'
Attorney for Executrix .
"'i
Kisclmmee. Florida Negro race. .I wish it were a

My dear! It is old fashioned to do your THE The FirstNat'lBank J/17/J4/JI 4/7 greater percentage, but the

NOTICE"TO DEFEND Civil Right Commission in its report -

family laundry one load at a time. In the Circuit Court for the ...makes two joints; First
First National Bank Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida.
oi in and (or' Onceola County. In that there is an apathy which .
KIssimineeMember Chancery. Suit for Divorce and oth- exists everywhere in this field,and
USE ONE OR A DOZEN er relief. Leslie L McCoy Plaintiff which is
Federal Deposit vs. Faye Louise l'<:('oy. Defendant. more largely responsiblethan .
MACHINES AT ONCE. ,, laruraaee Corf. Notice to Defend. The State of anything else for the want ofa
OF KISSIMMEEKISSIMMEE Florida to Faye Louise McCoy: You larger registration that thereis
: are hereby reulred to serve a copyof ; *
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your Answer containing your a lack of political conscious.
ECONOWASHCoin TRUCK BODIESBoat defenses, upon Thacker and .
which
FLORIDAN. Thacker. lfonlir, Kissimmee, Florida ness is still felt very heavily .
trailers, horse trailers" I Attorneys for Plaintiff,and file in this field.
i Operated Laundry Ray CarrolL; .....resident>> Lucile Sgnires..Asst Cashier and utility trailers., the original thereof In the Office of -.-
' John E. Carroll !___Exf cntive Emma B. Qnirk.Asst Cashier Built and RepairedCompleteMobile. the mee Clerk Osecola of Circuit County Court Florida,.Kissim, on or

Located..n-at Su4rise Ceu vr nexfla -Winn-Dixie .*, Vice President and ..- w' DIRECTORS ....,'';'- *** ---fe i before. the 15th day gt.AP I960BhouMfey .
'>'N.RayCarrolt'".' {t uf.ll .to ,aDecr.ePro
j '-J' Personal Loan'Officer Irio Bronson WELDING S>aOFtAll 'Confesao' wlir-"b .nt.rt ''' Driv
, - -, U. S. Chapman..Vice President G. H.Prather Ellis F.Davis work against. you for tbe relief prayedin Putting in aD w y?
guaranteed.LOU
Florence ft. Story.._:.Vice Pres. U.S.Chapman EL O.PartinU. the Complaint. Given under my

S. Chapman Jr...:...Cashier John E. Carroll YOUNGWELDING hand Klsstmmee.and Florida seal of said on this Court 15th at

L Palm Beach Suits day of March, A !>-, 1950.GLENN.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.Each RAY
Depositor Insured Up To $10,000 Balance. As Clerk of Circuit Court,
39.95 to 55.CO Old .Orlando Hwy. near Live Osceola County Florida
Kissimmee's Friendly Bank stock Market. Rt 1 Box 258A (CT. CT. SEAL)
Thacker and Thacker
SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR Kissimmee Attorneys for Plaintiff
,
I PHONE TI 6-7898 Kissimmee. Florida S/17/24/S1 4/7

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IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. AND FOR OSCEOLA
.ROTHROCKSEPTIC COUNTY; IN CHANCERY NO.57(4
f ExpertTransmission MARSHALL P MKRCER. R. O
a gitt's' 9eii ALLEN, and AUDREY L NICHOLH.
JAMES O HODGSKIN and THOMAS I
P. RAUbCH, trading and doing
i, ''tclly. 'Q business as Jatco, a partnership.Plaintiffs .
TANK CO. vs. SARAH RANDOLPH
ServiceExpert CARSON CRAAFORD et vlr. et al.
! Defendant, SUIT Ttt QUIET TI
Mechanics TLE. NOTICE TO APPEAR. T ESTATE
Culvert Tile for Driveways OP FLORIDA TO: FRANK
CLYDE REESE a widower whose
ANDERSON'SGARAGE
Septic Tanks-a size for every need. residence is IMS Market Strt'et.Jaekaon"ll1e. .
Florida who conceal
$495'" Cement Work-280 Gallon Crease Traps himself so that process otad SEE.
personally served upon him. :
any and all parties claiming Interests -
! Is's evel'ytbtno 15 Years Experience.K. PHONE TI 6-3552 b%-, through under or againstthe

sandal o dress-vp) should: C. ROTHROCK<, owner and operator. 22 Bermuda Ave. any above and any named all rrbtlit1 known having party or interest ; and orclaiming Harrelson Steel & Supply Co., Inc.

c in and to the following described -
t be!A gently Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co. lands located in Osceola: Culvert oi All Sizes -
orated toe ...a County, Florida, to-wit Pipe
Lot i, N of Lot C.
All of %
r \ \ I perky, butterfly Roof Coating SH! of Lot 7. and all of Lots >. '
:. .:.. w..a dainty 1.. 18, 19 and SO in Section 6. .
V .. "'' swivel that she PHONE TI 6-6671 Township Zt South, lUnge 2 t SOUTH 17-92 Phone TI %441
strop can Siding Gutters East. of Park Gardens according -
wear two woys.And to the official plat of Park
Mother,it's o smooth Down Spouts Garden a* filed and recorded
.
: among the public records: of O -
I. fitting,quality shoe. ceola County Florida, subjectto
Financing AvailableNO public road rights of way.
YOU AND EACH Or' YOU ARE
0 DOWN PAYMENT HEREBY COMMANDED to be and
BE WISEECONOMIZE
Kissimmee.
appear at the Courthouse In
: 'dt Osceola County, Florida
on the 2hd day of May. A. 1>. !>**.
BASS and file your written defenses In MONTHLYINCOME
the above entitled cause, which Is a
suit to quiet the title of PlaintiffsIn
100 BROADWAY ROOFING and to the above described property
J Should you fail to do so. Decree FOR YOU I
t 10$.S. Bermuda TI 7-2371 Pro Confess" will be entered
__ __ Extra Quality BlocksAt against yon ITXKKif the Honorable LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY
.." ._ __ __ ... h Frank A. Smith one of the WILL ACCEPT SHORT TERM
Judges of the above Court my name .
,. INTEREST
LOANS AT
, No Extra Cost as Clerk thereof .and the seal of
said Court at Kissimmee OscelaCounty. PAID MONTHLY CAPITAL
Florida, this the 2Kb day RETURNED IN FULL
KINCAIDr f RIEDELFBReral of March. A. U 1 0. WITHIN ONE YEAR
: TI 64021OSCEOLA (CT. CT. SEAL)
I L GLENN RAY ADD TO YOUR I KCOME-
r Clerk Circuit CourtOsceola WHY ACCEPT LESS

i Home By /Eliaaore County O. Jowers.Florida ALL LOANS ARE

CEMENT 10 Emmett St. Murray\V. "OY5rttfeet.3r: O. bECUREDCOME
1 1'ERRAZZO for Plaintiffs
Attorney
; .
.. Klsstromee. "

: -PRODUCTS, BMC AMBULANCESERVICE Auric' rvriKR vicrrnocsAAMK J/JI 4/7/14/Zl


NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMEE, LA\\
MASONRY --"--
I TO ALL WHOM IT
: MAY c\''' CERN:
NOTICE. IS HEREBY GIVEN IN, WRITE
that pursuant to the Fictitious FURTHER
CALL FOR
OX
TI Name Statute. Section: au..' of.Ute
63201
COMPLETE 1919 Florida Statute', the undersigned INFORMATION
I BLOCKS and CEMENT WORKXIESIDENTIAL who fo the only. party fa- \11 Fu.da hereived 17ISih.
t ...ted i, the hereinafter Timed Mill
1900.ay
business, will present proof tn I April
'
Riedel 1st.
Carl W. laterest from April
Of publication: of this notice anti
Aid register with the Clerkof the Circuit tost6' auert d ts.a$lertda 5e'd"n
COMMERCIAL Hearing Service R. Coy Conrad Court of Oeeeola County, Florida pal CUP AND Malt. COUPON>> TODAY.
the fWtltlous name KISSlM- Insured Capital Corporation
liRE FURNITURE STORE under
AND. INDUSTRIAL Funeral Directors which I am engaged in business In 1444 C. Colonial Dr. Offaao

and Supplier fer all makes a models Ktsstmraee. Oxceola County Florida. Pk.. CH 1-2579 "

1422.'Virginia A" \ .... St. C-" ttL County Dated Florida at ttltrlrAait. this ntb OsceoU day of r 4L'7'<;, OrUwl'*.''ft..---

Trained''' Consultant.available in Marcfa. IUt. ...
Tuesday
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Kissimmee fend Monday in St. Cloud '
NEW cin+ __ w_
PHONENUMBER TW-.i...'451. .
RUe; f Cs' .y AppointmentPAKTIN -- iiEAD

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MAKE JUTMC4TIO

THE LUCKY NUMBER FOR: BETTER, :JEWELERS. FOtt WJSAX. BFSIIIABUEla TTJ
theme itrt Cf the County Judg 'V
Florid i.ufsuus :
i la Gfeuaty. I
TERRAZZO AND MASQJ'RVv: :. In Re. The Estate of

1 1I KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD CHAHt.KS PP.vB.\TI BCRGKTT deceased.IN .

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8.V The Ki unmee Gazette. Thursday, April 7, 1960 I tive proof that each of us can do ..._- s

what we desire if we work .w"
plan to achieve our dream.
I Garden DiggingsBy f.l''t4'dP'! tn N.1"no -not t"-e. Re? i.
'firt) in both "Tron-Vare w*
I By FAT DUKE HVS" and "hot and dry". Her i"
I terpretation of the dried art+n-
It- has **uV *'*-- -- :..t tvf'''' ut"., mpnt was 50 1iteT'31 ,.11d JoY.1.
work out this c/lumn-but- Mrs. J. Brian; Wood (Jackie io 1+.t T .t cw d kw' hv'. "nf1 6u'.i"en. -'-
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Weather Flower Show late Sunday for her remarkable line arrangement h..,4;* .f- front 10. f"O" rse .";"
afternoon-well-the blank is She must have combed i!n't a JMIr'I! ec'l l..t;""\ ...avon

here! It was fuse, an interestingdisplay the highways and byways for "ou1d feel "" 1.f-t;.. a"z ..
of the workings of varied months to find those two twigs end then wond(.rin peoples' mind Actually an artistic that were perfectly balanced. hatter not run for a bucket n* b 3
arrangement is the picture Hew was perfection with no water to put the fire oit. As fo .
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that an individual sets up within question about jt and she deservesthe me this arrangement was the .4 '
their mental cells award. I am told that Jackie best m makin you instantly pat rt
One of the most interestingand has four youngish children, so- the class n"me to the frraneA- ru
challenging classes in the are take heart women-that is posi- ment. The "hurricane w+min r" ,
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no blue was awarded in "heavy Fes, n e .x 1
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FOR in front of Julia Sharp's beautiful
white (what were those a
FAST breath taking white blooming:
branches!) design end I wished '. ,
for my long underwear hopes .
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flying in my head that all of s ;
that white nuisance was gone for s a ..
this year. I could feel the snow .. : r.
DEALDRECT :
settling on my shoulders. t S
This! classic arrangement of
Anthuriums (red flowers that J I
WHEN look unreal-look artificial) by 4 { ,,, '1tt -
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YOU I detaiL Painstaking detail went ,: .
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example sym .<' ," '," ':., ,.::; .A 4't, :
NEED metry. I just wish that I could :
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It is impossible: to bring* all of
the flower show in one week's : I' ..y
column for you to see again the '
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The Rose Circle swept off with ;\ : ,. ::
the highest number of points for j T
you really want to get going on the home the number of ribbons won in '
need, don't risk troublesome delays. the show with a grand total of :
you 205 points. That is not roosters
Start right by coming here! We know this 'that you hear crowing-it is that : : I

community thoroughly we know you, bunch of proud Rose Circle pea- ,
make all the decisions- cocks. Dolly Althouse won the
or want to-we can .5
: Award of Distinction for the best :; :
and give you friendly, fast service! horticultural speciman in the

show. Hibiscus and Magnolia

FIRST C FEDERAL Circles were runner-ups on point CANDIDATE'S WIFE FETED-Mrs. Doyle E. Carlton. Jr. wife of the gubernatorial candidate was entertained *t a tea held Tuesday afternoon March 29, at the
tally, Tropical Hotel in Kissimmee. In the picture, left to right, seated are Mrs. Irlo Bronson and Mrs. Leo Schumaker. Standing, left to right are Mrs. Frank Kelley
eJJUJ' < d.a' )t When cleaning-up started Mrs. Bob Best. Mrs. Carlton. Mrs. Merle, Albritton,.Mrs.. Daisy MicLler, who went to school with Mrs. Carlton and Mrs. E. .F. Partin. Arrangement for the tea were
!!! Sunday afternoon Jeiinle Pyle in charge of !Mrs.\ Brownie Wise. ,'

ASSOCIATION/OF OSCEOLA COUNTY was seen running around picking
I'.i ,A up her blue nbbons-wow! I offered blue ribbons in the show. Eva make about a pint of dressing, ing. Portion out into inividual } teaspoon paprika I creamy consistency. C r u m b 1 j
> to get a wash tub for her Doss was r runner-up in this sec- the right amount for eight servings salad bowls. 1 teaspoon sugar cheese into mixture and stir just:.
KISSIMMEE (!(I1I 1tST.; CLOUD .as. ,she could not carry them all tion and- I saw Eva trying to put of salad. Bleu Cheese Dressing 1 teaspoon sugar enough to work cheese! evenly
MOM O"'CIil.. Needless to .say she won the her ribbons in a box that was Just before serving remove 1 cup salad oilY iteasoon dry mustard through dressing. Cheese should
sweepstakes prize for the most much too small for them. Con Romaine from refrigerator Crum- cup wine vinegar i pound bleu cheese: crumbled remain in small lumps. Makes
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See The Dinah Shore Chevy Show Sundays.NBC-TV-the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom weekly A C-TV croutons, and then pour on dress few dashes white pepper cheese. and beat to a smooth, servings.i1 .

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kilv for Florida's preen salad -

fanciers last month's brisk POLAROID LAND CAMERA KIT SPECIALIIYOU
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.. almost Green unscathed.salads should* play an

important role in Floridians' winter
CAN SAVE
dint because thev contain seven $30.37
basic minerals anti vitamin*
and also brine every bit of their
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s thev are eaten raw.
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and tossed greens with a damn
*T k towel or cloth and putting it back ,
into the refrigerator until just ;
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nut crispness back into limp ,i
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As for the dressing, here are 4' ; I .-
three classic: dressings plus one ., "( : .
unusual one which uses the oil- "

I rich avocado French: Dressing > ,

I. ; : I 1 I teaspoon teaspoon sugar salt! .

i teaspoon dry mustard .
I teaspoon paprika .
dash cayenne : .

"Four-wheel independent suspension totally unlike any other US.-built Ztablespons 3 tablespoons vinegarI lime juice

earn "air-cooled aluminum engine. not dependent on the propertiesof cup olive oil or salad oil

a liquid coolant" a rear-mounted! transaxle "allowing a flatter floor Jar Place with all screw ingredients top. Cover in tightly pint MAKE INDOOR PICTURES WITHOUT FLASHBULBS[ AS SEEN IN

and a lower roofline. .** These are some of the praises heaped upon and shake very well before pour-

Corvair by the editors of Motor Trend-the world's largest general automotive ing over greens. Makes cup, There are two exciting new inventions for the famous
enough for salad for five or six.
in their coveted Car-of-the-Year .. Polaroid Land Camera:
magazine- announcing award. 4 heads Florida Romaine
3000 speed film that is fifteen times more sensitive toT
Other cars didn't even come close.The Motor Trend who evaluated 2 cups croutons 1
experts, 12 strips bacon ; light than previous films,. fast enough to, take pictures ...
every make in the country were unanimous in their decision, published Separate and. wash, ,Romaine I with a single table lamp. .

in the April issue. But unless you have personally driven a Corvair, youcan't leaves spread on clean dish towel 2 The repeating wink-light which automatically erases dark .a
and pat dry. White greens are shadows on your subject with gentle wink of light. -
appreciate what this engineering achievement really means in com: drying, brown cubes of day-old
t Used together they let you take indoor pictures day or
bining compact car economy and agility with big /__m r.T trmipaftiLa. bread in olive oil until golden night anywhere in the house without flashbulbs. .
for croutons Set aside drain i
on
car ride, room and sure-footedness Drop down to II srjnLmn\* paper. Fry bacon until to crisp and During this special offer our store is making, you can have

your dealer's, take a trial drive and then judge the COi If d EI drain on paper. While greens are I i anyone of the five Polaroid Land Camera Models, the wink- ,
light 8 rolls of 3000 speed film, 6 deluxe enlargements of your
dry, tear into bite size pieces ia i ,
Car of the Year for
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yourself BY CHEVROLET big salad bowl. Cover With damp favorite pictures) slim-line saddle-leather carrying case,
cloth and place in refrigerator. PICTURES IN A MINUTE the deluxe edition of the out-
In a clean quart jar place:. i. ': standing1 book on 60-second photography, (and in some kits
See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer for fast delivery,,favordble deals! .crawejtp .. ".'-.f two pocket albums and 25 Postcarders) all for the regular PHONE.Ito BROADWAY Tl63.63.1Page _
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11 teaspoons garlic salt.r.. <.., i t '., If purchased separately, the items in the ]'lodel800 Kit
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Gaddell-Starling evrol t; ':1 Inc. 1 I cup cup lime imported juice olive o"/ ;..,,;.'-:s ;-- SAVE $30.37! (Other kits from $111.85). Come in today.

finely grated Parmesan*cheese
10.12 Monument Ave. Kissimmee, Florida P tol1e'TfG.3791 Shake ontil dressing: iswC,
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