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sh I .".. x25 Kwt m4 e.-o.*.= *C O.'.,.Matter' .. Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, April 14, 1960 .TIU:B3321 18MPhoae PRICE TEN CENTS I

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Osceola County Has 8,970
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; ..;, :. A'y Voters Who Are ;,3 M1. Q

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i ', .. '" r" .'. Mrs. Dorothy Purdy, supervisorof 7,434 Democrats .registered, of i Wilson, with 96 registered voters
__ .. ,.... ':-"'f.... ..;;. registration for Osceola Coun- which 7,069 are white and 365 colored. -. the largest is St. Cloud's number 01

CELEBRATING BIRTHDAY ty, said yesterday that 8,970 persons .
Tupperware president Hamer nine precinct with 1,440 regis-
Wilson (left) and executive vice president Gary McDonald are will be eligible to east ballots :- 1,419 Republicans, registered,ofr
shown they cut into the in forthcoming county, state tered voters. ,
as company's ninth birthday cake daring which 1,385 are white and 34 col. '
an employee party last week. and national elections. Osceola County as 14 precinct.

Mrs. Purdy's breakdown of the ored. The complete breakdown of Os _
1111 11- county's voting: strength as of 117 others registered all white. ceola County voter registration

April 7 is as follows: 1! The smallest precinct 4s Lake t>y precincts is as follows: jjjjj.jj .


Democrats lieal"n Otl'era

3 w I m f: ]
;1'a' C t No. j I la o o e c o 'I I _: 02 c3 0 i II Qa

.v r 1 JLakeVilson_._....___.._............!___851..4: .891.7.0'-( ; !{ ..... ...... ...... I....96 ELKS INSTALL OFFICERS-On Monday night installation ceremonies were held for the new officers -

-r/Shingle/ Creek._............_....._.....--1.,115.0\ !, !,..115;it..8!......0:......8;I..OI..O!;......01[123 tured in above the,Kissimmee front row, Elks from Club left are No.C.1S73.C. the trustee lodge; Harvey hall at IS Breedlove We"t Darling tiler; Frank Avenue.Hroyles.Pie

3 !Campbell Station.- .....-.1..4661..0.4661.! ;! ? _...01,....871!1..331 .....01=331 C586, secretary: ; S. E. Ford past exalted ruler; A. L. Kerr, past exalted ruler; John W. Morgan pastexalted

,4 !Kissimmee...........____.__.. -.1 07GL..3911151-.165J-.51..170.231-: \ () left to right.ruler, Harry Orlando Goehring; Ralph LeFerre.trustee; Clinton Orlando;Kctchum Jim Flanagan trustee past; Ernie exalted Hall,ruler.Orlando Back; Paul row Smith from

5 1Kjssimmee......._...._..__..:.............!..9901..1231 1113 .. ......G.120j.81..0)! )......81241;: past exalted ruler; Darrell Carte inner guard; John I). Datis Jr., "exalted ruler; Jack White. I lecturing .

6 1Kissimmee_.....:....-:..-:-..;_....._...... .. !...634H..681.19! (....87 j..llj.01..111! !C 732 Jack Perkins knight;trustee Jack Carroll.; Eddie Wells leading esquire.knight (Warren Photo by York Cooper trustee) ; Bodo Kirchhoff, loyal knight;

7 1 K.-........._ ..7981..1 O!..808-1!!...113. .!!_... {.. /! ..._sJ..._.o-.s11.927! =+ -4... -i* -x-" -i."
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8 1St. Cloud.....__..___..................1..416..2.418,1..661.{ ,J I .016'11O12'186/ ) '!'

9 1St. Cloud..._.....____._... ...........-.110431..011043x1!! .3771..01..37711..20' ::- !j:=.0.2011440; !! Needhams John Davis Installed

10 {St. Clou .._...............__.__........1..8441..11.855,13171..01..31711! ,!' ....13.01.! ...131185!!

TUPPERWARE CAKE-A nine-tier cake gifts to employee and 11 1St. Cloud..._._......._......_..__........!..347 ... ..369''; _.54 .._2=.56i.11.0./ !. I=1''C426i12iHolopa NamedTo I
service pin ceremonies highlighted ninth anniversary festivities at

Topperware's International Headquarters last week. Ninety em- ................._._...._._.............1..1121..2..114 ...114-.1..141..01L118! !I As Exalted Ruler

ployees company dived president into the Hamer 99-pound Wilson cake and after execntivf award vice presentationsby president 13 lKenansville. __.._.___.........:.....J..156).0.156) ,) .U..Ol.! ......01..0,II..O!......01..01..156[!} Head P-TA

Gary McDonald.Tupperware. 14 IN arcoossee......._.__.....................1..105.34, ..1391151..21, ......7IJ..01..O:,.......0.1..146I By FRED BRUSSOW <..
..,. ..,. ..,. ..,. Officers for 1960-61, elected at I
& & & & I TALS.........._.............................!70691..36517 111 51=.341419T117/ !,! ;=of..IT711897 the annual meeting of the Kissim John Davis Kissimmee resident HEADS ELKS
and businessman, recently in.
Observed mee PTA Monday April 11, ares
dI stalled as exalted ruler in the
I, follows: president Mr. and local Elks Club. Davis and his
To Make I
City Candidates Mrs. William Needham; vice president .
SpeakAt in charge of Mr. wife Michelle, 'came to Florida to t
programs .
live in 1957, although this was ',
I; Its Ninth BirthdayCelebrating Survey Of Gas and Arthur charge Hale of membershipand ; vice president not because their John first had time been in stationedin Florida t'j,>"

standing committees, )Ir. and
PTA Meeting Pensacola and Key West whilein j :
the company's ninth ference room and office areas. Users In AreaIn Mrs. William Driver; recording the Navy.
lirthday employees at Tupper- The company's growth was out secretary, Mrs. Bea Richardson; 5a
ware's International Headquarters lined by Wilson ot hte 90 headquarters special meeting the city corresponding secretary Mrs. Rob- John was born in Clinton South .
Twelve candidates for public He said the school buildings "
commission instructed pro Carolina in 1914. At the age of
received service awards and giftsin employees. He praised City Manager ert Pollom; treasurer, Walter
ceremonies last week (April 6)) employee contributions to the Farmer to start machinery of&/II addressed meeting of gram had been developed with Watkins; historian Mrs. T. FJ. 24 he enlisted in the Navy and in
the Parent-Teachers' Association state surveys_ so as to qualify for 1957 he retired with the rank of
at their Pacific Hall Auditorium.The company's leadership in the multibillion moving -conduct a house to Funk.
festivities featured a nine- dollar direct selling indus j house survey of residents in Kiv Monday night at the school cafeteria state funds. He said among the Ralph Bush was cited for outstanding Lieutenant j.g. He logged over
tier 99 pound cake topped with simmee to secure information .as attended by some JOO-.perL buildings that had been developedin service during the year. 5,000 flying hours in the navy and
another cake in the shape of the try.The Kissimmee based company to how many people would use his tenure of office were 40 The program, for which the did tours of duty in South America
numeral nine.Company originates sales programs and national natural gas if it were available. County Judre O. P. Johnson" classrooms and a $90,000 school Jayeees were co-sponsors featured the Pacific and in the Far
president Hamer Wil advertising behind some The commission said this was acted as moderator. f lunchroom."We short speeches by candidates for East in Japan Okinawa. and Chi

son and executive vice president one-million home parties held the next step -preparing .theway Speakers included County Commission have purchased three new county office In the coming d oe- na. ;
,/ Gary McDonald-4ejta8ed{ plans for,, yearly by independent. Tupper- for natural .gas,.to, be distributed candidates Oren JBrtmri, sites, and are now 'anewelementary ti4ps. particularly those connected While-Tier husband was Jn the
A ..p an4folr '_ ther",65))oa.. qu i168} dealers from .Puerto'Rico to i in Kissimmee. "This survey [ Luther !' Simmon. .school atjyHe ){ irpmeey ., _"in acyNXay 'i thJt 1lJe.! i in I NAvyAtr5.; Davis recalls in irt-
R foot headquarters bn ding. Kew lv ... I [ would shewus:'andtnffInfcScetJfcwprle .Harris';DariJeliJl. ='jrHtrveyr ri ; rtlf&'h11ii; W hift': I I ', chile- :wbie; hapJl"!*' ,.. '
construction: wilT fofclude' 'a 3,000 Outing ereD nu'll't! "" I' *, -Commissioner Rogers W' Webb and Joe Overstreete concluded brsa ,.W&r;V tytetrln "preentexplained J a, -at 1tf.
r square foot addition at the north- honor, .longtime employees received said "whether- there would be l'C bool board candidates Duncan had never known of a time whea that the PTA is strictly Virginia. She said he was flying<
McFarland Art Dyer and One his office was not available to and does not-endorse to Chincoteague Virginia from
east corner of the present structure .special gifts and recognition enough people using natural! gas non-partisan rf(
The wing will house a con- from Wilson and McDonaH.:! to justify the city -obligating Itself Lee Jr., who is unopposed i iHaY' in help .any teacher with any prow any candidate but that the Norfolk on a beautiful day when JOHN vis
and candidates for superintendent !lem that was brought to his at all of sudden Photo by Cooper)
---- to buy a supply of gas and organization is at the same time a the plane began
proceed ,with financing' such a .of public instruction tention. politically active, with the aim to vibrate for no apparent rea- *
system." Stephen E. Share, W. B. Stephens of having its members informed son. Suddenly the wing tip fell eiation.
Farmer advise4 that such .a and J. C. Tyson. about those running for office. off and the plane banked sharply. John's membership in the Elksis
survey to be properly conducted Harvey said he would like t6 ST. JOHN'S TO HOLD The candidates were introducedby John immediately radioed the marked by such positions as

T -- r. and to produ8.' fair!' reliable results see the county commission. whose CHICKEN BARBECUEA Judge O. P. Johnson. who acted base at Norfolk and said he was chaplain esteemed loyal knight
would be no-easy task. The duty it is, bring the school offices chicken as moderator. I having trouble and was coming esteemed leading knight and exIlted -
barbecue will be
resident should be' given complete back to the courthouse. The Reverend Henry A. Guy back. She said he landed the plane ruler in that order. He was
held at St. John's Episcopal
information relative to costs, Sharpe said he wanted a comprehensive closed the meeting with prayer. safely on the field climbed out cf chairman of the social and com
Church 23
availability, and servicewell well planned school on Saturday April the cockpit and asked if they had munity welfare committee and
from :5:30 I to 7 B. G.
as the obligations of the city to program to meet the growingneeds p.m. another plane he could fly to served two terms on the house'
finance the'programwhich: is estimated of the community placing Grissom. chairman said yesterday Bob Best Says Things Chincoteague, thoroughly astonishing committee.
to' cost at least $495,000. buildings where the population i* the personnel at the base. Mrs. Davis said that they lika
Grissom said the public i is Were Quiet This Week
a The commission further in* concentrated1, and an: improved John claims the only thing he did living in Florida- and plan to stayin
invited to attend, and that dinners -
r riy r strncted Farmer Jo '.secure 'more curriculum, or in other words "* can either be eaten at the Police Chief Bob Best said yes right in the Navy was "gettingout. Kissimmee.
[ from fiscal positive policy of planning and ."
information agentdrelative parish house or ordered for terday that the only known crime Annual Good Friday
to, the feasibility of financing action. John and Michelle were married
delivery to homes and placesof committed in the city last week
such a system as a 'separate Stephens said he looks for a business.He was a petty larceny which took in March of 1946 in San Diego, : Service To Be HeldA
; II operation from' the cityfs' sound building prvgram with an said dinners will consist place at Yawns Market on Broad California. He and his wife came city-wide service will be
other utilities. Other cities in eye to the future a survey of of barbecued chicken. baked way. i! to Florida in 1957 after his re conducted on Good Friday after-

r [ Florida which are' Attempting' to the transportation system a con- beans, slaw, rolls and coffee. "The shop lifter is now being tirement from the Navy and he non from 1:30 to 3:00: in the First
: construct and 'operate such a sys- tinued study of ale school curriculum Grissom said orders can b- held in city jail," aid Chief Bes. Lttendcd the University of Florida Methodist Sanctuary. .
? tem should be .consulted for the in order to devleop it to summer session to obtain his license
plated by telephoning Tilden "and we hope that the quiet trend The Seven Last Words of
benefit of their experience, the meet the needs' of a growing eommcnity 6-2221 or Tilden 72009. continues through the summerDyer ." as a real estate broker. In Christ"*will. be 'presented by sev-
commission said. and a changing world and 1959 he and his wife, who is also en ministers of the Kissimmee
Aa'ter all the information possible cooperation with all groups of t a real estate broker, opened the :Ministerial' lsoclation. There will
THE NEW BENTON'S JEWELRY All set for the Grand Openein
has been secured the commission the community. Davis Insurance and Real Estate be special tousle} by soloists from
of their D. Benton
new store Saturday are Gladys and J. pictured
above at 109 Broadway. Every effort has been made to will take a long look at Tyson pointed out the tremens Is CandidateFor i Agency on Broadway.Mrs. various churches in the associa-
establish a modern complete Jewelry store with ample display the prospects of a gas system dous growth of the county'sschools Davis was born in Ada,
space for a large variety of merchandise. (Photo by Cooper) and whether, in the best interestsof in the past 12 years and Oklahoma and attended Murray tion.Rev.. Jimmy Cox pastor of the
the residents and the city, a how the school board and his office State College in Tiahomingo, Ok- First Christian Church, will be in
franchise should be granted to a had roped with problem School BoardCity lahoma and the East Central Col- charge of the program. Minister
private concern or the city operate that grew largely out of costs ledge in Tishomingo Oklahomaand who will participate are Rev.
Benton's Grand OpeningSet it. for which there were no monies.. Recreation Director Art 0: the East Central College in Henry Guy, First Methodist; Rev.

I Before obligating itself to buy Dyer the past week announced his CANDIDATE Ada.She Fred Toms Church of the Nazarene -
gas and construct a distribution candidacy for member of the has been active in tho ; Rev. Dorr Van Etten, First
For Saturday system the commission must have Movie Menu Board of Public Instruction from Ladies Auxiliary of the Elks, once Presbyterian; Rev. Carl Beatty.
before it the. expected number of district 2. president of the organization ands Free Methodist; Rev. R. C. Horton -
Benton's Jewelry Store will registrations during the opening.A people wanting gas and wantingit ARCADE THEATER Dyer was born in Youngstown, [ a member of the Business and Church of God; Rev. A. L.
to the point of paying deposit Ohio in 1920 and lived there Professional Women's Club and Kirkland
have its Grand Opening Saturday speaker system dispenses pleasIng a Tonight: "The Gene Km pa until Calvary Chapel, and Dr.
in anticipation: of being Story.. ** he and his family moved to secretary of the Realtor's Asso- II. P. Amos First Baptist
April 16th, in the new loca- music both Inside and outside Krt Sat Apr. I5-l: Th *Iummy" a
served. further want Kissimmee
They to plus ''Curse of the UndmdSan. /* almost 2% yean ago.
tion at 109 Broadway. The spacious the store which is completely air- know the actual savings to customers Sheba.., Men", Apr. 11-1: -Solomonand He graduated/ from high schoolin '

new store has been decoratedin conditioned. over fuels now being' used TueV rV. Apr. 1128n.* Youngstown and received his

pastel shades with wood paneled J. D. Benton 'started his jewelry and the total effect of the gas Naughty Thur. FrU; Apr. t.Hlkh: recreation schooling in a three
walls and simulated brick business in Kissimmee at & system on the electric utility op- School Big Shot- pin "T-UlnJ year YMCA Training Program.
ration. Clans. During World War 2, Art servedin
planter. Monument Avenue twelve years 'When we have this inform CLOUD THEATRE ST. CLOUD an Engineer Battalion and took ..
Beautiful new modern showcases ago and each year on the store's tion", the commission said, "we nan In the invasion of Okinawa.He zt Y
display more than $50,000in anniversary, he has given away will be in a position to sign Few'FrL! Bat.. Apr. 1511nr. : :- So also served occupation duty in i I

diamonds plus hundreds of many fabulous prizes. Two years contract with Houston Texas Gas Sus" Uoih. Apr. J7-1S: "Ul Ab6 Korea where he had charge of : .4 AaA
and Oil Corporation authorize r. the battalion recreation
and ago, he married the former Miss
watches costume Jewelry Gladys Haen, who was associated the engineers to proceed with KISSIMMEE DRIVE-IN Before coming to Kissimmee hi
lovely gifts.: A peg board displayfor with the store for several years plans and specifications, authorize was employed by the City of
wall docks is located toward the :fiscal rents to prepare Fri Sat, Apr. 1IUHoullt' cf Youngstown under Civil Service
Benton has been active in community Intrtft-u' and "LJttU*
the back of.the store. Greeting for sale of revenue certificates .. for 11 .)
affairs and two years ago ; Svn. Moa Apr. 171Banter years.
cards have been added to Bentoa's.Transistor the long. was president of the Junior Chamber or entertain proposal! from firms Ketton,- Storjr and -Birds and. theBt Dyer is a member of the First L4j j
list of items carried in interested in franchise witaCoatinaed Methodist Church where he is
of Commerce. a ; or Tue. tired. Thur. Apr- tt.tUr..blret. ;
radios and new line and
The Grand ( on 3) from Oater Space" superintendent of the Senior
will be page
of stereos'and record players will Opening abig' ,.Look 5 act la Anger.-
Youth Sunday School department,
event on Broadway this week.
be sold at Benton's now that thereis Kk
secretary of the Methodist )len'.1 k
end. The public is invited to inspect
plenty of room to display this the new store and browse Club and a member of the Commission i ART DYER
type of merchandise.A around. on Education. He was appointed *
diamond solitaire worth $150 Have You Paid Your 1959 Taxes by Cor. Leroy Collins to mittee which had charge of the

will be given away on April 30th the Florida Children's Commission planning and installation of the
at 5 p.m. Registrations for the TEMPERATURES baseball _
of Osceola County and is a court at the Livestock -
ring will It Check yoor receipts. If have not paid 1959 taxes ___ .
begin oru opening day. DATE 11 L n' you your member of the National Recreation Pavilion. Art has also give his assistance
is not necessary to make a pun on coanty property, that taxes will be advertised as delinquent Association the Florida Recreation when needed during local FUTURE FARMERS GROW 'EM BIG-Members of the Future
chase in order to register. Free Wed. Apr. 6 15 (8 _' Association and the Par- parades and did the loudspeaker Farmers of America Claw at Osceola High School in Kissimmce
orchids will be given to the ladies Thul Apr. 7 __ 83 50Fri. ia May and sabaeqtenily will. be offered for sale at public a cUon. ent-Teacher Association. Some of announcing the past two years are shows with some of the '"biccerheads of cabbage they recently -
Saturday. Many watches Apr. 8 ___ 85 57 his other activities include being for school football games and the harvested from the school garden. The six cabbages pic-
have been reduced vp to 50% Sat Apr. 9 __ 15 50 There ia .stilt Ua! to p'ai::tluse taxes before the property director of the local Little League PTA Hallowe'en carnivals.His tared have a combined weight of 58!', pounds and the largest

for the opening only Sun. Apr. 10 ,...._.15 S6 __ U advertised. <' baseball program, secretary of ; wife Ardis is secretary of left tipped to the scale at 11 h pound In the picture kneeling from
right, Charles Bill
Zoe are Sheppard Whiddea Allen hitson
will'assist Daily J.and D. Dunne CockerUIe Mon. Apr. 11 .::.-. 84$" __ -:. -; ; the ,Osceola County Babe Ruth the First Methodist Church and Wayne Downs John Taylor sad Wiley Woolen Rear row. from,
ton with the free and Gladys Ben- Tues. Apr 12 _-. 16 60 Baseball League and Kissim- they have three children, Fred 16, left to right Billy Joan, Bobby Lee, David Tomlinsoa and Jim
orchids and the mee's representative on the com- David 9, and Jane Ann 3. Layne. (Photo by Cooper)

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Page 2 ,The Ki&simmee Gazette, Thursday, April 14, 1960 I ATmNDSNATIONALCONGR CountywideBand, i Lion of John\ Jamison; of Osceola .'
lIfgh and John DeYoung of St.Cloudydirectors : ;
Concert Presented'Approximately ....
of the two higlr
; '

DAR Regent Goes to I 400'Pei6 s attended : school bands: V.i .." .. DRAGLINE. AVAILABLE :
: the county-wide concert .' .
held Sunday in the pavilion Yacht Club Shown Yard Link Bet: Speeder. "

S on the beautiful Tupperwaregrounds. Films of PartyThe

National CongressBy S : For Heat By Yard G? Hour
4I The band consisted of 116 Tohopekaliga Yacht Club i'!.

$ members of the Kissimmee and met Monday nignt at the Chris. ;: Contact Oren
ALMA HETHERINGTON Congress in a reportorial capa- St. Cloud senior high concert bank Showroom with 47 adult at Brown
qity. bands who presented this out-
Daughters When the of National American Congress Revolu-of Mrs. Austin's stay in St. Cloud, I.ts standing and well received pit* tending.!Movies of the recent "Turn- Telephone] Tilden 7-2036

tion convenes in Washington, D. since she .came as a tourist in tram after one joint rehearsal About" party were shown> as
C. next Monday for a five-day 1923, has been identified with :n view of the success of the well as a movie of skiing in the

session, the Joshua Stevens chap- many civic activities, but perhaps F a venture and the response of the surf at Daytona Beach presented ..
ter in St. Cloud will be well most closely with the DAR, Union nblic it is hoped that this may by Mercury Motors. ..
represented.! Tourist Club and the New York- z jecome' one of the annual high- Regular meetings will be heldon

Mrs. Sally F. Austin, regent, New Jersey Club. This last she ights of the season in the future.In the first Monday, of each All Wood Mahogaoy. I
and Mrs. Edith Elliott, for whose organized in 1943 and was for addition to the band'num- month, ginning with the May
ancestor the chapter was named, president of the Union Tourist ers, a trombone sextet. composed meeting, because of conflictingwith 21" CONSOLE
will be on hand to participateand Club for two years, during whicn L> tt Arthur Thompson, Julian Col- the auxiliary fire depart-
Jns, and James Ford of St. Cloud MOTOROLA\ TV
bring back to their local organization time she brought in talent from ib ment meetings.An .
and St. Peters- and Diana Cockeriile Robert Cotton overnight to
the story of what Rollins College muse Grape $ Reg. Price $239.95
transpires. An interesting coincidence urg> and was the first to bring. and Mike Bast of Osceola Hammock will be held on April i- I
of the two ladies' attendance the ever popular Bethune-Cook- High played "Whirlligig". 30. Maps and time schedules will
at the Congress, is that Mrs. man choir to St Cloud. A fine finishing touch was put be mailed to all members. Special $189-95

Austin's nephew, Major Stanfield Though born in Dallas, Texas, on theprogram when the entire
McClure, on the national staff of i Mrs. Austin went to New York ensemble,. with the 25 trombonesand Eggplant, a native of the East WYSONG'S TV SERVICE
Press Relations, will cover the I City as a child.: She began the trumpets section standing:, Indies., is of the potato family of
played John Phillip Sousa's rous- plants. Florida leads all other 417 MAIN ST. TI 6-5043

ing "Stars and Stripes Forever". states in volume of eggplant produced Kissiramee's Largest Exclusive Electronic Dealer
For the BRANDS know In .
you c 1a The band was under the direc and marketed.
CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES for the family. ; .

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Shop .'DepartmentStore 5 : JLMMIE AND ANNE I

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study of music early, taking voice dist church, the PUSWV Auxili- r Present -
lessons 'under the tutelage of ary in St Cloud, and the GAR
Armattd's Frank Damrosch. She became soloist Auxiliary of New York City. Her St. CioudJ.B w Woody TynerAt
for hte various musical hobbies have been mainly the- .

events he sponsored. She contin- atrical coaching and anything in The KeyboardTHURSDAY
ued her music while attending::; the musical line. i
high school in New York City, She recently returned from ALMA HETHERINGTONTHE
taking from private tutors. Miami where she attended the \cr' FRIDAY,
After her marriage to the late state DAR convention. The head- SATURDAY NIGHTS.
EEZ ETTE Waldo E. the group
> > Austin, couple quarters of the National Con-
moved to Newburgh, N. Y. :Mrs. gress will be in Continental Hall Osreola County Historical Society attended the annual meeting of the 8:00 to 11:30 P.1I.JIMMI.E'S' 1 .
Florida Historical Society In Mount Dora Friday Headquarters
Austin continued her musical ca in Washington, but Mrs. Austin
were at the Lakeside Inn, and the local group which included Mr.
reer, putting on oratories will stop at the Willard HoteL I,
and Mrs Preston Buffington, Mrs. Clyde Colley, Mrs. Lillian Garri-
Broasted Chicken.. V4 S9c ; cantatas. The last one she presented When asked for any interest- BAR
son, Mrs. Edith Silver and William Drummer, were there in time f T
"Rose Maiden" with facts the DAR Aus-
Broasted Chicken Vi $1.29 was ing on Mrs.
most of Friday's events Among topics discussed were "The Mi-
full orchestra, some of them members tin explained that the associa-
Broasted Shrimp...... $1.25 Phone TW 2-6001 of the New York Philhar- tion was organized in Washington norcans in Florida in 1768,* "The Freedmen's Bureau and Negro 19 BROADWAY S PHONE TI 6-2831
Broasted Oysters.. $1.25 Labor in Florida," and "Early Visitors to the Florida Everglades".. .
monic. Mrs. Delano Hatch, aunt D. C. in 1890, for the
Broasted Seafood .... $1.25 13th and Carolina! preser- This last topic was chosen by Dr. Charlton W. Tebeau, of the University .-
of the late Franklin Delano Roos- vation of the of the
Orders can be fixed to go. ST. CLOUD evelt, was a loyal supporter and and women who memory fought for American men of Miami, who told of the Caloosa Indians in. early days 5****>e> .<<>c<<<<<>c< .>eDon't <>
The group from St. Cloud especially enjoyed the Garden Party at the
'heavy subscriber to her produc independence; for the promotion home of O. M. Simpson on Lake Gertrude during the afternoon..

tions.When of general diffusion cf The Simpson home is the oldest in the section and the reception com-
BILL SEZ: "We have everything in the world for theBuildinsrTrade. Mr. and Mrs. Austin knowledge; for the extension of mittee wore pioneer costumes The home, filled with antiques,
moved to Utica, Mrs. Austin was Aknerican freedom; and for the restored Mr. of the
was during years, by Simpson, son pioneer
with the B Sharp Club. Assistedby fostering of patriotism and love parents, early settlers of the Mount Dora section. DON'T
LUMBER ROOFING PAINT a Mrs. Baker, she promotedsuch of country. FLORIDA PROMOTED CUBAN LIBERTY-As Cuba is being BORROW
BUILDING HARDWARE artists as Caruso and Gerai- "Of course, membership is restricted churned with internal strife and derogatory denunciations are hurledat

dine Farrar. to women who are direct the United States, it is well to recall and charge to our country's
Mr. Austin, who was a Wall descendants of those who actively credit, the contribution of Florida which was of vital important to TROUBLE
PULFORD'S'BUILDING Street broker, died in 1932, and fought for American independence Cuba in her successful struggle for freedom from Spain The Flor- I
the next winter Mrs. Austin came :: ," she said. -"Under the Act ida committee of the Cuban Junta; the leadership of Florida's statesman
SUPPLIES to St. Cloud, beginning her first of Congress of 1896, we must United States Senator Wilkinson Call; and the filibustering
,* of 16 winters as a tourist at the report annually to Congress. Delegates miracles achieved by Florida's man of destiny, Napoleon B. Broward BORROW
We give TV Stamps with all Cash Purchases Hunter Arms Hotel. Later she from all chapters meet in ..For Cubans, in flight from their homes and Spanish penalties for MONEY

purchased a home. annual congress in Washington the uprisiing, Key West and Tampa quickly became favored settle-
HWY. 441 WEST ST. CLOUD CITY LIMITS She has been active in the during the week in which April ments, since the cigar factories offered jobs '. Senator Wilkinson i

Woman's Club,. tie First Metho- 19 occurs. You see, it was oa Call's eloquent voice from Florida, speaking before the United States AND TROUBLE
this date in 1775 that the first Senate in Washington, told the world of the ''Cuban plight and American {r.
'V"" ;:: bloodshed of the Revolutionarywar injustice in not issuing a* declaration of neutrality which would
took place. Mentally figure have made possible an adequate and open shipment of arms and am-
ing a little, Mrs. Austin said, munition to the Cubans He was the first to urge the U. S. WILL FOLLOWS
COURTESY IS A QUALITY - "My! That was 185 years ago." Senate that belligerent rights be accorded the Cuban government

He paid tribute to Jose Marti-the Cuban known as the fatherof
the Cuban War of Independence, also Cuba's poet-martyr, and or- :
To Which Each Citizen Is Entitled. Track Meet\ ganizer of the Cuban junta in the UJ3. Senator Call reminded his
Held WednesdayA fellow Congressmen on Dec. 9, 1896 that for the 18 years past that he believe a word of it're .

he had been a member of the Senate, he had been begging for aCt ,
tion that would relieve the Island of Cuba from the difficulties of the
Get What You Lack ,With a Vote for Jack!! Kissimmee,track meet and was*-. held Cloud between Wed- government under which she had existed up to that time lIe proposed If in a "tight," yo' awl cum
that Cuba should be purchased, not to be annexed to the U.S., '
at St Cloud. Travis
but to be rendered independent the of her bonds the :
by guaranty by and "OK"
Akins, Osceola High School track see Perkins. 1 1If
Government of the U.S. But despite this country's efforts to 1
coach, said the boys need a lot of
VOTE FOR .- observe the the the
neutrality in matter of Cuban revolt, ships like
work into a and real equipment good develop the Three Friends, the Dauntless, and others, transported provisionsand he can't get the dough for you
armed Cuban refugees to their troubled island Napoleon B. ,
Billy Don Wilson is the high
Apt Broward, a rugged, statesman-adventurer, who operated The Three .
point man on the team with two
o JACK M. BASSFor Friends from 1895 through 1891, had been sea-captain and sheriff of nobody can.
first place awards in the milerun.
I Duval County before he became Florida's colorful governor, the
Other which the
events boyswill father of the Everglades Drainage and finally her choice for the
compete in are: 100 yard United States Senate The historic tug, The Three Friends, de-
dash 440 relay, 880 relay, mile, I
M signed and built by Captain Broward, was partly owned by his brother NATIONALLOAN
. shot put, discus and the higl Montcalm Broward and another Jacksonville man, George A. ,

TAX COLLECTOR jump. DeCottes These were the three friends for whom the boat was '
Coach Akins hopes the boy; named This ocean-going tug became the most famous of the .: & FINANCE COMPANY
will improve some by the tim several that '
filibustering ships took on contraband cargoes in Flor-
Subject to.Democratic Primary, May 3 the district meet is held so tha. ida waters, and ran the Cuban blockade So famous was Capt.Broward's PHONE TI 6-7801
they cam make a good showing experiences with his filibustering tug that when, as Governor '

1j. Jack M. Bass was born raised and educated in ._ there. be attended a conference in Memphis, he was approached by 1
Osceola County. Theodore Roosevelt who made the following remark: "Governor,
2. Married to the former Miss Dorothy Bishop 'they .M. LEGAL NOT1CK have you still got The Three Friends?" "Yes," Broward replied Broadway Darlington over McCrory 5&10,Kissimmee

hare one son, Sam, age1 3 months. The Florida Livestock Board sol ..."Well," said Mr. Roosevelt, "you ought to be mighty proud of
-4 3. He is a Communicant of the Episcopal Church. .... dt. bids on specified laboratory her. If it had not been for The Three Friends you would not be .. Loans :Made In All Nearby Towns
4. A Veteran of World War II. .. applies at and 11 on Hay to 196f.opened governor now." "You ought to be proud of her yourself, Governor
5. Charter Member of the Benevolent and Protective in .Its offices at Kill lmmf'f'. Florida Broward retorted, "because if it had not been for her you would not i Florida Owned and Florida OperatedAlso
Order of Elks Lodge 1373. Beat Further Ions can Information be obtained and from spect be president of the United States now" So Florida was the
Dr. \\HBau U Kfppel. Florida Livestock American spearhead of the Cuban War of Independence Most of Four Convenient Offices in Cocoa Ft. Pierce,
Florida.board Box 817 Kisstmme the money, ships, brains, courage and seaports cessary when filibustering -
COURTEOUS nourished the Cuban patriots, were Florida's; so that it : Melbourne and Titusville.
PROGRESSIVE FLORIDA MVKSTOCK BOARD would seem that more than any other state in the Union-more than i t 1

c. I* Campbell. D.. V. )(. the rest of the United States put together, Florida had promoted
State Veterinarian 4/U/1 Cuban liberty .
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:r Dr. Beanchampr made an an- "",:: ,. Ji.;'" 2.- : The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday--, April II, I960 Pace 3 Mortgage\ Loans

i "Tncer'"nt that a ,
warrant entitled <._ ';i' Show IncreaseHome
I "The IvW End" wi'i ... # "IF'1l'

I t; broadcast. nn t-vislAn otw NBC ? : : ; Parade Of Homes purchase mortgages recorded
n/ *a/red by the Committee on ,
in Florida rounded out
t ? a.i a. A"SP'. { <
; r :);, last year with a total of $1,759-
These present t fwr 1ul'1eo'
896000. a 29% ga+n over 1958 despite
._thl WPM Apt S-l1t L, J. ,,,> .. Planned For CountyA the general "tight money
a N-ry.v. T. W. Miller. PHI J"nnU : .
.?-.; conditions, the Florida State
-- p-n1 Sanborn.
n. D. Renton.
,' t I ,wt R,... F"-Tc .T"Ps C PI.*",.",|. meeting to discuss the forma.*e terday.Chamber: of Commerce stated yes-
I If .. r
n. D. r.eo- rt.\Il".h.
W. "gp +1"n of ,on CoN"" 'v 'Rt1Htf_ Rotary To Sponsor s "Florida's rain in dollars tent
earl Reid.t. C. ae.iretinn was NoM Wm.\-. for home financing compares favorably -
I Dsnl Pies'*. GI*,n pv. Rpor. ji.>n- Little Team
,.. ...", n1oht Mwil Rth..t the hnme League with the national increase
y rw rnv J Ov.-t t. Eu-n.
& d rl .f n.-1"t Roomers in vmmee.'ri.i ; of 18 "
r per cent the trade body
I Cimmnns Jack Rth.arhtn.t .
Fr,. JIM : o, fneefind. eo'n''o'. l ttI t}.. Directors of the Rotary Club added. '
e .r :Mm" C. C. Tin11.
: __ "s 1. w. .... JfetHI'\ er. T. Tfc OnirV Flrl.q. ,. 4O'"INoe..t..I"I.. of the are*. assn .n-- of Kissimmee voted to sponsor a "Borrowings recorded through
j :. Pt'!!". Agnes Rn.nn.' M..rvin ed the 1"'P.._"" n# Little Leainie Baseball Teem for April last year ran SOt or more
F -.. in the Osceolnpa. eoo"t" above 1958. However
i a TM""rly CnstavRipc's :ach"i"'. 'P"ul the 1960 season and asked Bob
T."i.y" w...... p. K. Weav* "" McKissie to May, the monthly marginsover
AL GROUP "fS--The Professional 1 anI Welfare 1 assume responsibilityfor the preceding dimin-
er and Edgar Padgett. K. CWoon 1 '* smrt e to fh* rn-t. year
Group of Osceola County heard of "Meeting the Problems of ",CP ,.n his ex'\.ri ncft in the mid- managing the group. It is ished and December dropped 6',-
Aging" when Dr. George Beanchamp, left and Dr. Charles Tin Florida Association and) hU ..Ttw r-' understood this will raise to seven below December 1958. reflecting
dall second from right spoke at the luncheon meeting last Friday. Footlight Theatre fiiild! 1\ol A n fence with the parade of homei the number of teams in the league the increasing difficulty: of bor
Pictured with the speakers Car Riedel. chairman and )Irs.V. and
are help provide the. berths for rowing.
DELUGE OF ACINTU8-Pidured above is of water ,
a deluge Bon Samuals and Bill Wallis also
\ E. Hettinger, vice chairman. (Photo by Cooper) Rehearsals Under the more than a hundred ,
Way hyacinths that was blown upon the municipal pier in Kissimmee moke on their experiences with young- "The original lenders of 38
and on Lakeshore Boulevard Sunday and Monday by high winds. this idea in the state. At this sters who have turned out as of last year's total were savinrs

"The Flattering Word". a one The area had one of the strongest windstorms in years Monday meeting committee formedto rookies. and loan associations with a totalof
net cnmedv, i\i! now bin r ri- night but no major damage was reported. (Photo by Cooper) a WAS The club aUo voted to ask trustees 9,198,000, a gain of 41 '
Problems Of AgingIs "-rs< t bv m.'Tn> *s "f the Foo+- 7r. come up nominations for of the Youth Benefit Fundto over 1958. A group of miscellaneous
president and other offices and
light Theatre Guild The lay will release the funds for purchasing lenders, including federal
activities involved in association
be presented' at the T*> 'ul." Slay Flood Control an the nucleus of a pram fleet agencies, loaned $544,966,000, up
of this kind.
meting of the Footl?.rht Theatre Money and to enlist the support! of local 43% over 1958 and accounted for
Chairman of this committee is
Meeting Topic. Guild 9 s a part of the progran merchants in providing additional 32% of the annual total.
In order to ccomodat' as maw K. C. Moore; Kissimmee, and boats. The tiny sailboats will be "Individuals handled $353,740.-(

oeoole as wish to .">e the play, it Request Is Made other members are Wallv Biork. used by Kissimmee youngsters for 000, or 20r/c of the total, up 7 r')
St. Cloud Kit-
Dr. Charles C. Tindall was natural change of biologic involu- will be held at the Kissimmce ; George Reynolds. training in water safety and to over the former year. Commercial

guest speaker at the Osceola tion and does not in itself symbolize Community Hou!e. Everyone i* The House public works appro-'' Cloud simmee and; Clarence Bob Samuels W, Bundy of ,Kis-St. provide colorful lakefront activity banks accounted for 1r:< or $122'-
County Welfare Council and Pro the old fuddy-crotchey-nni- invited to attend this first production priations committee Tuesday was I Jacksonville Miami simmee. on a year 'round basis. 153,000, a gain of 11%. Insurance
fessional Group meeting held Fri- sauce individual pictured in our to be presented to the asked to approve a $10 million I intracoastal Osceola High School students companies loaned $59,839,000, vir-
Present the
day at noon at the Tropical Hotelin "Society of Youth, Vim and Vi wublic. There will be no admission appropriation for the Central and I waterway north from Fort Pierce. at gathering were who are artistically inclined will tually the same as in 1958.
Jim Greear, First Federal. L. M.
Kissimmee.The The congressemen told the com- have an opportunity to competein of
The chanre. "Mortgages $20,000 or less,
gor. problems encounteredare South Florida flood control pro
Stevens First Federal Robert
topic of Dr. Tindall's primarily the disabilities and "The Flattering Word" is beh' I mittee that even more than $10 : designing a miniature bannerto as reported by the Federal Home
speech was "Meeting the Problems chronic illnesses frequently super- directed bv Mrs. tarry Gross end Congr. Paul Rogers of the sixth I million could be effectively used Miller, Kissimmee; K. C. Moore, be exchanged with other clubs Loan Bank Board, are covered by
for the Central Kissimmee; Ralph O. Smith. St. throughout the world.
of Aging. He stated that whether and Southern flood these tabulations. They are secured -
imposed op the aging process. has a cast of five people. The dist, Dante Fascell of the fourth Cloud Ralph Cooper, St. Cloud; .
control ;
aging can be considered a nor- The principles and objectives in members taking part in the t>lavar dist, Syd Herlong of the fifth : project. principally by residential
mal of Five of the 12 counties comnos- Alex A. MacDiarmid, St. Cloud: A normal serving of beef and therefore refled
pro- properties
process involuntary changeor
the comprehensive care of these Mrs. Jill Brooks, Miss! Jean dist! requested committee to 1
a pathogenic deviation result- with O'Connor, Mrs. Lucille Burchfield fog the Central-Southern flood C. W. Johnson, St. Cloud; Walter vidse 39 per cent of the iron and the status of home financing in
patients associated patholo- the flood prevention
approve I control Biork St. Cloud: C. L Bundy, St. 47 cent of the needed "
ing from the impact of external gies are outlined in the hope that Ralph Moore, and Bob McKissie. funds for use in fiscal 1961. I project were hit by floods per protein the state, the State Chamber
stress still defies definition. The minimal The next regular meeting of last month with an estimated cost Cloud; Ralph Dearmin. Kissimmee by one person in one day's diet. concluded. ,
therapy While the
may hearing was going on I Bob Kissimmee
Samuds :
of ;
aging process is sometimes! defined functional the will be held on Monday, $500.000. No construction has
preserve some capacities croup Gov. LeRoy Collins Tuesday ask Milton Binstock, Kissimmee Bill
as the slow, progressiveu and human dignities. Active April 25th.later.The place will be announced ed Pres. Eisenhower to make $1.5 started Rogers there.and Haley also supported Wallis, Kissimmee; Harris Daniel Blondie By Chic Young
rehabilitation programs to extendman's million available for disaster relief -
Kissimmee Albert Rogers, Kis
$2 million in the budget for ;
road to independence are in water-stricken Central
simmee O'Dell Bronson, Kissim
construction of the ; '
to be encouraged Local Key Club Florida.In intra-coastal waterway from the mee; Norman Adams St. Cloud; you SHOULDN'T HAVE PUT YOUR

Dr. Tmdall further stated that Attends ConventionThirteen a telegram to the President, Caloosahatchee River to the An- Murray Rogers, Kissimmee: Earl HAND' IN THAT JAR. I WAS SAVING -
it the ,
> n is purpose of all medical sent through hte i*.< and paramedical facilities and fence office in Thomasville,Ga., Reynolds, Kissimmee; Bruce Par- THOSE QUARTERS TO BUY EASTER

nersonnel to treat patients for member of the Osce Collins said private property dam. tin, Kissimmee, and! Harris Danielof SEALS TO HELP CRIPPLED CHILDREN.
ola School and
High Kev Club
their specific clinical entities and age in the Central Florida area orJehovah's Kissimmee.

alleviate the functional goals of: their sponsor attended hte Fount has been set at approximately WitnessesFriday Another meeting to be held
IL Rion Florida District Kev Club
1. Adequacy in such! self care $16.5 million, including agricultural April 20th will discuss the find-
activities as dressing, feeding, convention in Hollywood-by-the- property. April 15, 7:30 pjn.: Min-
ings of the committee appointedat
Sea last week. istry school talks on "Good Gram-
hygiene, etc.
He said total damage to public the first meeting.
2. Getting about and ambula- The convention, held'April 7th. properties was set at approxi- mar in Preaching the Good Newsof

I tion. 8th and 9th in the Hollywood mately $3,350,000.Collins God's Established Kingdom."

3. peeeh and communication. Beach Hotel was attended by said state and local Sunday, April 17. 4 p.m. public First Federal To 1
800 Clubbers and talk. "A United World Through
4. Psychosocial orientation and over Key spon-
agencies have soent or obligatedmore
integration. sors. It was the largest convention than $2 million for flood relief God's Kingdom." The subject of Close Good FridayThe

5. Occupational passive recrea the Florida District has ever work. He said it had been the Watchtower study and discus- First Federal Savings and

tional activities avocation, etc. held. agreed the duration of the "ca- sion is "Beinff Slow About Loan Association of Osceola
L 11E GC(LIP/NO lJEJt(1 Although sound medical treatment Thursday was chiefly a JYet'acquainted tastrophe" will end April 15. Wrath." County will be closed all day Fri-

of geriatric patients and day, during which the In asking the President to de- Wednesday, April 20, 8 p.m.: day, April 15, in observance of
younger adults does not differ boys! had the opportunity to meet clare the flood-stricken areas of Bible study through the Bible aid, Good Friday. ill

Brush Bucket markedly. Some deviations do oc and talk with other boys from all he- state a disaster area, Collins "Your Will Be Done on Earth"Meetings Gk X91'' atr
held at the ?
are King-
cur and the reactivity of the over the state. j had said no request for funds
First National Bank
Paint StoreHome dom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesseson
geriatric patient may be quantitatively Two general assemblies were would be made until his office
different. For this reason, held Friday during which several was able to find out the total Ocean welcome.Street. Good-will personsare To Close Friday Jl., .

of Rockcote Paint degenerative disease processes fine speakers were and amount of damages.The atinal .
#ieap1, Ue irstr.N Banks ll be .JsJ DU ;
may be difficult to diferentiatefrom Club flood control project embraces Only one mlif' OU" h* evu losed aUlfda f -,,"../ ..
Friday s
14 Bryan St. TI 6-8373 nominees for all state Key' was l .Apn@U. i .. n..? fat-..w..J.I ..M. .....N.
ordinary effects of aging. offices were named.. Election: of an area of nearly 16,000 lost by the Pony Express. observance of Good Frid y. _

officers was held Saturday after- square miles in Central and I
noon. Southern Florida where devastating

The culmination of the three floods in 1947 wrought dam-

day event was the banquet and ages in excess of $59 million.
VOTE Governor's Ball held Saturday ev Work began on the project in
ening. The announcement of next 1950. Estimated benefits derived

year's officers was made at the from operation works completed

for banquet, the winners of the ora- show a saving of approximately

'.1 torical, talent, and scrapbook con- $52 million in flood damages

tests were named, and the annual prevented. ';
achievement award was presented -: "We submit that where projectworks :

JOE to the Key Club performingthe exist, flood damage preven- NO 1 DOWNIIYME.NT

1---- : best single service achieve- tion has met every anticipated
J OVEESXREETCounty ment during the past year. The measure of success," the four congressmen -

main speaker at the banquet was told the committee.
International Key dub President "When funds are available in

.q Bill Nelson of Melbourne. His increased amounts to carry out
speaking schedule was so crowded already planned and authorized:

that he had to be flown, from the works, the economy of the state
airport to the hotel by helicopterin and nation will benefit from the
revenues realized from flood damages
5 order to arrive on time.
Each year the convention is prevented" they added.

named in honor of a prominent Herlong also appealed for a
Kiwanis member who has done $100,000 appropriation to financean

He will give you much to help Key Club. ThU investigation and report on a

year's convention honored Fou*
JOE OVERSTREET H. Rion, former Kissimmeeaiu Florida known as the Green

Attending from the local Key Swamp.
Club were James Barker, Jimmy The funds would also finance a
A fair taxation program, working closely with Bcvis, Doug Brooks, Renard survey of the Peace, Hillsborough,

Brooks Mike Cain, Fred Dyer Withlacoochee. Oklawaha Riv-
school, county and state officials to provide you
Frank Glass. David Guy, Frank

with better schools, better roads, a good wel Haslar, Barney Parker III, Ray "The entire area experienced
Sessions, Jr., Tom Wells, Harold record rainfall during the first
fare program and help promote a sound flood Woodall, and sponsor, Larry nine months of 1959, Herlong

control program fair to all areas. Gross. said."The great influx of people and

Mrs. D. B. Green left Mondayfor the resulting development of suburban
agriculture combine to producemore 2 BR CBS HOME '

I. rapid surface runoff into .. o
lakes and streams following :

VOTE FOR rains," Herlong explained in describing ON YOUR LOT ':
I ,
the need for flood control -
<< :: '< in the area. "This phenomenaof r -' .
C increased runoff is particularly

::1 HARRIS G. DANIEL Counties impressive of in the Lake Oklawaha and Orange basin."

The section was declared a disaster Total Price

area last month after $5400

flooding.The .
four congressmen also

For asked the committee to add funds

for one project. not included in

the budget. <
This was an unspecified amountto $51.00 Per Month "
COUNTY COMMISSIONER continue construction of theM I

l Neighbors
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All the candidates that I have run into in this campaign seems to be.natives r N + 4855 So. Orange Blossom Trail

of Osceola County. I AM NOT.. I was born in a country town in rr
Tennesseee. I am a 14-year resident of Osceola County by choice. '- ORLANDO '

My varied business experience this time gives me what believe is the ,

experience necessary to serve you-and serve you well as ... .. IN .KISSIMMEE CALL TI 6-5341 ;

"Of course that price or Write Box 831 KissimmeeI'RO.'ESSlO
COUNTY COMMISSIONER doesn't include the
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4 Hit Klsslmmet' GazttUr Ttandar,.April 14, l9W -- Gray Ladies to Be

..s .P Two Birds With On* Stone GaPlyFriday

-ARID -JJU: : A dedicated group of 28 Red i.r
irKLSSIMMEE GAZETTE Cross Gray Ladies will be capped -

0 A Jfc.B. firry irewfjMMter t Friday, April 22, at 2:30 pm. at .
lICTIVE. Ill Svnland Training Center for mentally -
N I Offices: 24-* Stewjtrt retarded children, according
0 0 Telephone TIldes 6-22 AfT to Mrs. R. L. Echacht, chairmanof

C If60 40QQOQ QQQuQ. -. volunteer services, Orange
q'Q Entered u, Second CUt Meal ttatterta County ,Chapter. .
the PCM Offlw at Kllmme. !la. Each graduate of this first .Vt
class Sunland has
-- Gray Lady at
Published Thursdays at Kiaztoimee, Pfomt- completed three weeks of indoctrination i
in Red Cross service, iz ir
LEO SCIIUMAKEBEditor : : hospital procedure and care of the
And MshagdrSUBSCRIPTION small patients. Each has servedat X
l least ten hours in the wards
of Sunland since graduation.The .
colorful climaxing -
Six months* $:50; one year, >$..00; two years $7.09' ic six weeks of training and volunteer d *
service will be opened by
( the Rev. Arthur, J. Ranson Jr..
pastor of the Apdpka Presbyterian -
a.. Church who will give the
invocation. Robert J. Bishop, EASTER PAGEANT-The First Christian Church will be the
chapter chairman, will deliver the scene of an Easter pageant Sunday evening when ten scenes from
tintt6 6 .ie'H welcoming address. the life of Christ during His last days on earth will be presentedby
Edith Lauer, R. N., director of members. Tom Tefteller is shown in the above photo as he portrays -
nursing service at Sunland, will "The Master." (Photo by Cooper)
cap the Gray Ladies. They will,
receive their pins from Mrs. Bert
Groome, Gray Lady chairman. 1
_,_; Mrs. Clifford H. Rees, vicechairman Lions To Host Steak Barbecue
_5 volunteer services, will l lead nl
the group in the volunteer'spledge
L alter which Mrs. Groome The local Lions Club will be np by Chairman Lion Lyle Ribley.
John Wayne, who has been, one of our favorite movie actors
will present the Gray Ladies to host at a steak barbecue for Lion President Don Dulgar appointed -
since we can remember, said recently, "the produet coming out ofHolJ"Wood
H. Central. Florida Lions and their Lion Jim Clay as chair-
the hospital William Mapoles,
is trash and
today garbage. j
= administrator, and Dr. C. H. Car families at 2 p.m. Sunday after- man; Reception and Registration,
He went on to say that such filmfare going, onto American screens %1 Y ter, medical director, will receive noon, April 27, at the Livestock Lions Carl Miller, Pete Hunt,
would inevitably lead to crippling censorship the volunteers into the hospital Pavilion on Route 441. Ford Sledd and Leroy McMahon;
"The motion picture is for the family," said the actor-producer, family. CoL F. H. Moehlmann, About 300 Lions and their families Parking Committee, Carl Schmidt.
"and you don't just tell kids dirty stories. I don't like to*see the USA, (Retired), Chaplain at :bun-:; are expected to participatein Tom Albright and Tom Right-
Hollywood blood stream contaminated and diseased with perversion V and, will give the benediction. an area meeting:, with Deputy mire; Food Committee, Wells
and amoral nuances. Filthy minds and filthy thoughts have no place ( -: ---- Graduates include the James. District Governor Lion, John Moon, Bob ChIlders, Clyde Bass,
on the motion picture screen." Douglas Coombs, Clarence G. Magnusson in charge of arrange- Joe Lombardy, Art Logsdon, Bert
Dudley, John W. Edwards, An- ments. Viehman, Bob Miller, Buddy !lik.ell .
Amen! drew Evans; Ruth Franz, V.V. An entertaining program for Tom Teffeteller, Doc: Murray,
The motion picture is gradually expelling: us from the movie ; Howard, W., Carlisle Hughes, adults and children has been set Slick Tyner; and Bill Walsh.
house. We used to average around,150-pictures motion: picture thea -T Theodore E. ', Johan, lieorl6s
ten a year. Last year we,saw around 300,-hut only sotne 60 in ;
Mahler William H. Robinson, the
theatres. This year, having' previewed. 'what: is:ton tap in the trade r } I .
Misses Juliet Friedel l and Velma
Fred lotswtlH
journels. we'll see less. MINNEAPOLIS STAR j Barney Googh and Snuffy Smith By H
Mauk, Orlando; Mrs. Frank E.
Why? : Glatfelter ann Miss Jean T. TIMES A-WASTlN'l'! nS UP TO US
We have two boys and they don't make pictures for boys any Burke, Winter 'Park.
Presbyterian Church I TO RAISE MONEY TO
You have be Also the limes. Alfred R. Gray, WELL FOLKS
more. to a man to take what they hand out nowadays.
Disney makes the ,only constant stream of movies fit for family con- Spring Ckah'Up : Topics AnnouncedA Vernon Kammerer, Wayne Lord, BUY EASTER SEALS TO KELP
sumption. The others, as John Wayne said, contaminated by the Mauricet P. Marshall, John S. ,TH1 CRIPPLED
maggot-minded, are designed for perverts, dope .addicts! and idiots.In special service of Holy Com Stokes, John A. Sutton. William ONES .
other words you have to hate the world, curse, mankind and be a Across the country, homeowners are In the midst of munion will be held Maundy True, Wmdemere; David W.
beatnik at you haven't lived man. Spring House Cleaning) throwing out rubbish and waste that Thursday, 7:30 pan. The choir Cramp, Winter Garden; :the
accumulated the winter and their yards. Mines. Kirby .M. Hancock, T. R.
Our kids at the when hire during sprucing up
are age wfe can- a baby sitter and go under the direction of Lester W.
to the show alone. But what will we dots keep ,them away when Many householders are. re-decorating inside and paint- Geisler] will render the anthem McDonald, Kissimmes; the Mmes. + .e
they get older Train them now to stay ewer from the theatre. Train ing outside. "When I Survey the Wondrous Phillip Badger, Ernest B. Wood, ; '
them to fish and. hunt and love the ,outdoors. Take them to the 1 ball The records show that making things spic and span in Cross." First Gregorian Chant. Tangerine; Mrs.Dr. Hal G.H.-)1i1ler Smith,, i sus K,
park. Train them to love life, not hate :; the Spring has become an ,American tradition. The Rev. D. L. Van Etten will Apopica Zeilwood.; and Irma ,

It was nearly half century ago that the first organ- have as his Communion Medita- ,

Jt.:1: ized community campaigns for Spring Clean-Up ,were con- ton, "Spiritual Closeness" Baptist Choirs To '. ,- o
: :/? ducted;in the Middle West. Their original purpose was to A Community Good Friday service -
;lfitttCff- :.. .. rid homes! and yards of litter, but many also undertook will be held at the First Meth- Present Musical r 7
odist Church from 1:80 to 3
p.m. "
; > programs of fire prevention education and home and, community ,
al' with music and messages center- The music :department of the
:bi44immee beautification. ing around the Seven Last Words First Baptist Church will\ presenton
: ; : Focal points of the Clean-Up were cellars, attics,. back from. the Cross. Sunday night a program of .
yards vacant lots alleys streets and parks. 1- K Men"-'k e.M nM.n .w
A community Easter Sunrise music depicting the story of the
lf Some communities 'in fact were so pleased with the Service will be held on the Lake- Gospel of Christ will '
r t 'r, 9t !.. Spring Clean-Up results that they made civic neatness. a shore at 6 ':'m. The United'' Presbyterian mclcBjf music JTy the church,carol .;.;; -l
w continuing".year-round campaign. Youth will have their I and cherub cheirs. Some sixty '
The National Board of Fire Underwriters, a long;: term Easter breakfast following the voices altogether will perform.
By PITA.HUNT endorser of Spring Clean-Up each year, reminds homeowners service in .the educational building Some of the choVal numbers to THE MILK, THAT GIVES YOU
that throwing out.waste and rubbish, not only makes a of the church. be sung incliide "0 Divine Re-
MID-FLORIDA BOILER COMPANY, owned and operated by home more attractive but also contributes to home' fire Two Easter services will be held deemer" "Calvary"; "Were You MORE FOR YOUR MONEY
H. Stanley Bass of Kissimmee and W. L.. Segrest of Orlando is now with one at 8:30 and the other at There?"; "The Cross" and many I ,
supplying boilers in a territory which covers the whole state of safety.Fires 11 a.m. The chancel choir will others. The program will begin at r to
Florida. Present location of the firm Is,1400 South Rio Grande last year in the United States caused property sing at both services. Under the 7:30 p.m. and the public is invited Ora
Ave. in Orlando. Future plans provide'for a move to Kissimmee on damage of $1,047,073,000 dollars and snuffed out over 11- direction of Lester W. Geisler, to attend. I .,.. kmmlir make feed _
the Orange Blossom Trail in the location of the former Bass Bar and 300 lives. And since 1954, close to 300,000 homes have been the choir will render the anthem 4IUr N a5 far a* .........: ,+20'$
GrilL The firm supplies industrial boilers and steam pipe to schools, struck by fire every year. Greater Love Kath No Man, by The Nobel Prize was institutedby Than elM UvwiU why T.(in C.ntral'ylerid.O. Lee milk \* S c-.rc' r
hospitals, hotels, packing plants and dry cleaning establishments. Spring CleanUpVeek provides an opportunity for Ireland. The Junior Choir will sing Alfred B. Nobel, the inventor Better milk meant mere vita.
II. S. (Shine) Bass was born in Kissimmee and still lives here. He householders to throw out combustible trash on which fires at 8:30: service. Rev. Van Etten df dynamite. wim, inert mineral. mere feed .r a.OYa 1
and his wife, Colena, have two sons, Bobby13 and Danny 8. tie is feed. will have as his sermon topic at ..1_ Then'mere for yevrmeney ,
to kettle carte
can every *r
a licensed fruit dealer, an experienced meat cutter and former bar both services: "The Road of Eternal -
owner. He is a member of the Kissimmee Elks. Segrest and his wife The National Board reminds that three out of every I Splendor." The Sunday school I YOUNG MEN:

Sarah Lou, have five children, Brenda $9, Cindy 8, David 7, Dale 2 four fires are the.results of human carelessness or forget-. I will meet at 9:45 a.m. and thereare THERE'S ANIMPORTANT i /
and Shelly 8 months. lie is a. deacon in the First Christian Churchin I fulness. classes for all ages. R, IyAT
Orlando. He has had 15 years experience in the boiler business, Be a good citizen: Don't forget to do your part in promoting The Session will meet Mondayat FUTURE LEAST
having worked for Industrial Boiler and Equipment Co. for 13 years fire safety by cleaning up your home. 7:30 p.m. At 8 p.m. there will /
and for Boiler Service for two years. be a joint meeting of the Session, FOR MEN WHO pypRun

LOU TARCAI at the Feed and Farm Supply reports to us that trustees and building committee.Also l
his give-away offer of a free Ortho Sprayer brought hundreds of Know What You're For a8 p.m. will be the meet- WEAR THESE
gardeners to his store to take advantage of the largest give-away ing 'of the Bethaany Circle in the vnitMl I
offer ever attempted by a home and garden care product manufacturerin educational building. WINGS
the indusry. Several million of the sprayers are being given away Newsweek, in urging all citizens to vote, says: "If you Junior choir rehearsal will be JiifiL!
throughout the country. The sprayer is worth. |3.49 and you get it can spend a few minutes each day using hair tonic to save held Tuesday at 3:15 pjn. at the I AS PILOT ORNAVIGATOR -
free with a purchase of one bottle of Isotox spray at the regular priceof your hair, can't you spend a few minutes each year at the church.: Midweek service will be
$;5.49. The offer is still good. better hurryl! polls to save your scalp' held Wednesday at 7:30 in the

Every vote is important. Many elections have been decided educational building. The deacons
DONT OVERLOOK the weekly specials at Richards' Sport Shop. WednesdaS -. MZrg
at 8:15
If you aren't in the habit of shopping on North Main Street, better by a mere handful of votes. And, in instance after instance meet pjn. :
drive up to Richards' and see what you are missing. Everything. for this has amounted to election by minority for the IN
the sportsman. Gun re-bluing is a specialty there. reason that only half the qualified voters or less, troubledto LES SAVED FORCEFind
go to the polls. BY LOU THE U.S. AIR Praxluar

Gene's EVANS Garage.HARDWARE Foundations is were a-building completed on Nerth this Main week Street and the next block to Another thing needs to be added. An ignorant vote is. Complete Shoe Repair Service out about your opportunities LOOK rod rr AT YOUR saoeR'*

work begun. More details. in this column later. as bad or worse than no vote at all. Study the candidatesand WATCH FOR OPENING a* an Aviation Cadet OR CALL FOB HOME DCUVKKV.

their platforms. Consider their integrity, character, 46 Main St. in Greyhound Bus See your Air Force*
WATCH FOR THE OPENING of Kissimmee Hardware, and sincerity. Measure their ideas in terms of freedom, opportu- Station Building. Recruiter today For Home Delivery: Phone TI2595

Artistic Beauty Salon on North Main! nity, and, the_traditions and principles! on which the American !-

PIZZA CARRY OUT is now under the management of :Mrs. Jew system of government has been built. .,-
Hammer. For a get-acquainted special she "offering 25c off on 14. Yes, vote-in every election, minor or major, that is tk; : :
inch pizzas and 15c off on 12 inch .plazas:. Bring 4 copy of their ad open to you. And make sure it is an informed vote.
appearing in this issue of the Gazette when you order yours. This *
offer is good Friday, Saturday and Sunday,.April 151617. The pizza Disenchantment with Fidel Castro continues among his G EEIALELECTR1C J. I
shop is located at 25 Stewart Ave, across from the Gazette office. erstwhile friends and top leaders. Latest to defect is An- .
The phone number is TI
I dres Vargas Gomez, who resigned as Cuban ambassador to

SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR has completed the remodeling and enlarging I the European office of the UN, who said Castro is a tyrant
of the store taking In the space formerly occupied by Bentoa's fend ,his government "totalitarian and Communist-oriented.*'

Jewelry. Ralph] Shore, owner of the- shop, has-enlarged the suit and Oh well. he. still has. 'US Ambassador Bonsai to chum around
sport coat department. Two new dressing rooms have been completed with. Q
and the whole store changed around. Alterations are done at the IF
shop. Ralph invites you all to come in and look around. The enlarg.
ing of the store and stock will enable them to serve their customers A printing shop in the Treasury Department in Washington -
better. A new stock of suits for Easter is now! OQ.display! ; ; has-been doing a brisk business in advertising handbills -

tJckets..jn'ograms. etc., reports Tom Kelley in the Wash-
ington Daily News. But at' least the help weren't printing
PIZZA CARRy.oUT thei OWn money.

: Two-Wo Cytlts Idfrotor 1 4-Zone WosKnj Arfca -
Under New Management; ,. Damp) -Dry Spia leaves Men r Pieces lead/ ft JrroT

Fresh delicious pizzas made to rder. ';Any combination of t ueea t .Haas anao L $19 i 910 .p(tesdmj Tewperifwt' end Water Sever C.nreTlfitter -

mushrooms, sausage pepperoni J, 'vision, green pepper* or plain. J R ca ;dn. fowerifSpttj tinsel SaltJpia; -BtcU

This ad will. rathl.jr" io .

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Where Good Food Predominates .
Beans, Cole Slaw Potato:..taheia Ss>41ritbe8 'Serviar- Daily,from 11:30 .... to 11 pm.SandayaIt.I1oou Kissini :ee I Stt Cloud ,-
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COON Tig PLANT Ler ni.. The;' 4hSn begah to dernude I The _Kissimmee Gazette. Thursday April 14, 1960 Page S
Mystery Plant Fed the lindi of eoontie! to feed

hogs, cattle, chickens and even suwan- Some orators don't seem to understand -
horses, cooking it In huge cane ] the difference between
nee River State Park has a tem-
vats. If they
syrup iron boiling and endurance.
Indians Pioneers tame: to a nice patch, they tookit perature of 70 degrees to 76 de- eloquence
i *, all. Also cattlemen, burningthe grees the year around.. :

woods to get a few sproutsof
By ALMA HCTHER1NGTON I children and adults gathered the grass for their pitiful speci-

leaves for sale. But now the plant mens of cattle, burned up the ever \\Y Y1i@@iiTO
A decorative Jow>gTowing plant
J found growing wild in many fs protected and after World coontie and every sprouting

parts of Florida once fe4 the In. War ,II, ihe industry was, abandon s ling. So the plant, one of the N THE SERVICES
dians and early settlers. It was greatest gifts from the Indiansto I Com" short .h fh. rich esc .
the white man, finally became of worship feel.
in probability flourishing in While it provided food for the
because of the. handclasp of frUndly
a lost cause, partly
fit when Ponce de Leon Indiana the
Augustine Spaniards never
but mostly people .. bee (God' III'*-
its tropical nature
landed and looked .for the Foun- learned to use it for food. Perhaps .
tain of Youth. it ,waS because it required because of the habits and practices D I Mfl

Called coontie with the botanical Special preparation In order to :>w3"r of some pioneers. Y ;:a MESSAGEIORYOURHEARTBible

name Zamia Integriflora the eliminate the toxic, juices. The The plant grows sporadicallyin
plant belongs to the ages when Indians Used it in sofka, a pot various parts of Florida but

giant ferns grew on earth. But recipe with fish, !meat, corn, beans principally on the East Coast Study ':U ajn.

it is neither a fern nor palm, bUt and'whatever they had, kept con 9 The female plant sends Ibrth w ,' 0wicattT Training Union 6:15 p.m.
closely resembles both. It has tinnonsly hot so it was ready at large cones which hold the beautiful .
t been used commercially for the all times for whoever wanderedinto red seeds. Mrs. McQueen Worship Services:
florist trade and not too long ago But the turnip-like. Chains pioneer resident of Old OFFICIALS TAKE OATH City Attorney Ellis F. Davis left is 8:30 am.11:00 am. ft 7:30 pm.
cAmp. -
Town, i in speaking of coontie shown administering oath of office to three new city of Kissimmee > tRtY SMOKE
4 Jimmy Phillips of Daytona said, "Our old black mammie officials. They are, from left to right, Commissioner Art Scalli, neat MUST Bl.1'R'CIC8&' &
.. Mayor Jess Thacker, and Commissioner Mike Stanko. Mrs. ttosctv/rr&. Mi
! Beach Is shown holding a Coon. said it should be called 'eooneycorn' LOOK
Thacker, aa the city's first woman mayor, was presented by out- Mar.lOLOK'Dous&E.
tie plant, whose root has grown because the mother coons going Mayor Riley S. Miles with a rolling pin (on table) insteadof
BO large that it burst open. feed it to their young. Man) a gaveL (Photo by Cooper) Jim Wright's
Usually the root resembles a times I have seen an old mother \ CHURCH ST. AND SWtOUtl AVL
/ \ Standard Service Dr. H. P. AJIWS,Potter
medium size sweet potato. coon high tree feeding coon-
* babies. crop is most commonly seen in Airs.\ Luda M.\ Benkert Main and Vine at Stop Light
shady areas, but can withstandhot
root had to be ground and cooked The early settlers in Miami sunny locations as well. The Succumbed Tuesday

011111I0 until the toxic juices colored and built a water power mill for root has supplementary roots Mrs. Luda Mae Benkert, 70, a .
came to the top. Then this could making coontie starch at the which spread "like sky-rockets" resident of Kissimmee for the .

(}jrM be skimmed off. They could tell! headwaters of the Miami River. near the surface and form a past 11 years, died at her home,
est by the color of the water when During the Seminole War in 1855 cluster of tuber-like bodies con- 512 Bay St., Tuesday evening.

the toxity was destroyed by cook William Wagner and another man taining algae, which takes the Mrs. Benkert was past presi-

ing.The went to Miami to supply food nitrogen from the air. dent of the United panish Amer-
Aborigines before the Sem- for soldiers then stationed at It forms its own protectionfrom ican War Auxiliary, and a memberof '
inoles, who came in the 17th een- Fort Dallas. They built a mill to animals, since in the wild the Baptist Church in Detroit. .,,onrptvsancs .'>

r tury, used coontie, as a sort of make coontie starch. This was state,'cattle, hogs, and even goats She is survived by her husband, .. .,
one and one-half miles from the don't bother it because it is ,
bread. The Seminole war maps non- Louis Benkert of Kissimmee, and 0'
put out by the United States entrance to the Miami River on edible until ground and washed. one stepson, Louis M. Benkert of ..
[ showed that coontie was wide- the shores of a small creek. So here is a mystery plant that Detroit. ..

spread over all of South Florida. Soda the settlers on Perrine enriches the ground for plants Prayer services will be held in ..

." Accompanying reports held coon Grant south of Miami brought a that shade it, furnishes food to the chapel of the Riedel Funeral O '.
'> tie to be a bulwark of the Sem- steam mill with them to make those who know how to prepareit Home Thursday morning at 10

inoles' subsistence. Consequently coontie starch, which was the but poisons wild animate that o'clock with Rev. B. R. Blanken-

during the Seminole Wars the only way anyone could make a.. otherwise would root it ip, sending ship, assistant pastor of the First I iteeees.eeee
Get your cameras and film nowfor white soldier burned the foreststo living in that section in those ; it-into oblivion. Baptist Church officiating. The ". e'.

; ':j destroy; the food source of the days. The starch was shipped out United Spanish American War
the slides, snapshots, and movies of Indians. to market on schooners that plied James Bass Appointed Auxiliary will hold funeral rites. ,. $7.95

: They used the coontie root not the inland waterway and skirted; Public Relations The body will be forwarded to
your family's Easter Parade. only for bread, but made jelly the coast. Detroit for final rites and inter- ,. .
and desserts. naturalist World ment by the Riedel Funeral Home.
Bartram, the For many years up until James D. Bass, son of Mrs.
visiting in what is now War II years Daytona was headquarters tern R. Bass and the late Albert Tees admit th'.Midas
Florida in the 18th century, noteda for the large supply of Bass, has recently been appointed Tom Adams To ; ; touch ,of fashion,
"beautiful ana useful" plant Leaves worth 11 cents each in director of public relations of the Visit KissimmeeTom o. Homed with the very

the Indians had everywhere in bundles of 25 were gathered and North Florida Junior College, .. soft touch of cnnhtd
hammocks and pine forests and sold for the wholesale florist Madison, Florida. He is also in- Adams leading candidate"! black kid!',A clinging
in the open. They expressed markets.It structor in social science at the for Secretary of State will campaign little! pump with a curvy
"pleasure" at having eaten bread, is has been said that cultivating college. in Central Florida and ; :, littl. heel that puts you

jelly and desserts made from its the roots of the eoontie Bass is a, former graduate of Hillsborough County Friday! Apr. .- up in the world a notch!
I would make a valuable Florida Osceola High School and received I 15. It't 'a Trio, and ,nature
-- came the "Dark Age" of industry. There is a species of Beginning at 6 a.m., Senator oily, you'll love it'AH!
his A. this January
[\11\< BROADWAY PH. Tl fr- 2b21 Mf degree past ,
slow colonization of the Floridapeninsula :! coontie for all types!! of land-. from Florida State Univer Adams will visit voters in Apopka sizes..

which being isolated, wooded areas, high or low, wet sity. Winter Park, Winter Garden,
was a haven of refugees from the or dry. Since it enriches the soil Maitland, and Casselberry.He t. ...
law. Many lived on coontie) and with nitrogen it could be plantedin will be greeted by supporters fJLJar '
.. .. ':. water birds such as cranes and groves or in fields for a cover Watch Kissimmee GROW! in Kissimmee at 12:.".O p-in. y V"- '
r for luncheon, and at 2:30: he will "lJ'7J
J I arrive in Haines City for another ,.
round of handshaking. From there 100 BROADWAYS
I I If
The Man Behind the Wheel : Equipment ''Bonuses shifts into second immediately and I he will go to Tampa, arriving
then into high. about 5 At 7 meet-
A person out to make a gas pjn. p.m. a
mileage record could probably While ,in "D" if you want togo I ing is scheduled with camaign ,

a Sales Testing the Dodge Dart.. coax gas-saving 30 miles driving ouof the and engineby a few 1t.,shift to second*,:immediately.OtJ'eoUrsej, you push '"2" and:' .supporters...olding to in, A-.rigotffiu the Tampa' :JllthoviB area. ,. '. _."...... ,-.:,: _

I extra pounds of air in the tires. it will shift down to second automatically I. day stumping 'scheddT&thrDfthofetthe ,. ,'" : ::1pi"'> .
when slow down.I .
I firmly believe that the most you state, Adams epressed him- t".1" : ,
n By L. H. Houck Engine Is SlantedThe Careless driver who doesn't wait tried ,this "2" button on a self as well-pleased with the pro- _r'1." ..
, Travelling CorrespondentAfter Seneca brought back many Car Tested: on right changes all the time, cane grade when I wanted to pass a gress of his campaign. .
800 carefree miles !in of the joys of motoring-a solid > ;assured of 20 m.p.g. truck, although I wasn't having ': .

weather that ranged from ridiculous feel of the road, safe-f wling man DART SENECA The exhaust has a most pleasing any trouble in passing in, "D." It Official Appointed 3.- _

to -worse-the foggy, wet ual steering, a cooperative re* throaty roar, and I suspect gives a flashy getaway, ideal for For Kissimmee Area
Body Two-door .
kind with zero visibility and deserted ponce from the throttle that is sedan. that the engineers have made sure emergency passing. It remains in
airports-behind the wheelof hard to describe. Engine: Block slanted 30 degrees that all back pressure has been second until you press the "D" Cot Byron R. Patton district

the lowest-priced Dodge with Some of this, I think, comes OHV, six cylinders: tax- eliminated, which contributes to button again. social security manager, has an-
the all-new) 'I able horsepower, 27.74; horse.. the Another thing different in this nounced the assignment of a new
six-cylinder engine, from the consideration given the t the economy and adds to pow-
power at 4,000 r.p.nt, 145. Bore transmission is the "1" (low) but ,, tield the Kis-
representative for
and all that this last
can assure one : driver by the designers, with a er. We've learned a lot in the
is excellent automobile. is 3.40 inches, and the stroke ton. It is used for maximum brakIng -i simmee area. Named for the KU-
an few about engine -
good seat, right heights, right years '
is 4.125 inches. :
Displacement. down hills. I tried it
The test Dart Seneca coming simmee area was John L. Leisen-
car was a reaches for controls, visibility of and manifolding, and I'm .
225 cubic inches. Torque. 215 down Boston Mountain in Ar-
two-door sedan. I left 'Jefl'fI'MJIIaty controls-a grouping and loca- sure that this knowledge has been ring.
Mo. Oklahoma and pounds foot at 2,800 r.p.m. kansas which is pretty steep. In making this statement Col.!
re- tion that seems nature! fully incorporated in this engine. h
turned by of Arkansas thinking Compression ratio, 8. to 1. Uses While speeding along in "D" Patton stated that Leiscnrlng will, .
way Nothing clashes there is noth- The owner of this fine car on a "
regular grade gasoline. and 1" low the
to avoid some of the Western ; you push ( ), visit Kissimmee on a regular
and Northern weather, only to get ing to remember, nothing you Transmission : Torque Flite 118-inch wheelbase can be proudof transmission shifts immediately to "schedule. The schedule will be
must do next time. the all-welded unit body new
differently Six
three-speed torque confertef second and when slowed to 23
the type of roads and weather posted at hte Kissimmee Port
The Seneca won me over after this year and the high degreeof
conditions that tests stamina automatic. m.pJi. it shifts to low. This is a Office.It .
{the the first few miles and before rust proofing with seven complete -.
so Wheelbase 118 inches,length fine transmission, with 1
OnlY .
endurance and engineering of, new ; very was pointed out that Lejsen- ,
I[ took off I scurried home to 208. inches body dips. This Dodge can
; height 54.8 inches. one small thing to remember -
is also by appointment
cars. study the specifications particularly Tread: Rear. 60.1 inches roll but it can't rattle. There'snew at it be ring -
When cars set out at night in ; front speeds of 70 m.p.h. should to discuss Social Security
those of this all-new engine. insulation and soundproofing. "
61.5 inches
volume with
fog and drizzle with wide temper- inWide problems with any organization.
ature variations, engines coat This engine is destined to make spare tire inr place, 29.4 cubic Range of OptionsOn
over with moisture and the little friends wherever it goes. Its inclined feet: gas-tank capacity, 20 gallons The owner has a built-in bonus the economy side is the sin- .

sparks that run the sparkplugshave 30 degrees from vertical, ; crankcase capacity, four of ever so many equipment fine features gle barrel carburetor with the dry City To MakeContinued If you paid
a celebration flying all over not to be different and contrary quarts; automatic transmission that are standard air cleaner and the low taxable

the place. The fuel often takes but along with other things to capacity J 4 pints j 'aeniaoatiag on the Seneca. locks Some of these window are horsepower 27.74, which earns a ( from page 1) twice the price,
lower the center of gravity which rear axle and Hotchkisa new on
final low license in
this condition as a signal to slow cost: plate many hold further consideration until -
brake any
carburetors In turn makes It possible to lower drfve aystenvTires vents, new foot parting states. hated horsepower is 145 couldn'tbuy
up on vaporizing, may 'new roof bows, total contact the demand for gas has devel- you 1
the hood line : 1.50ilt.;
ice flood-but not this Dodge at 4,000 r.pjn.
or brakes, baked enamel finish safety oped to more feasible propor-
with the slanted alL This engine reverses the trend Out on the open road, this tions." a lighter
rim wheels safety glass
to engines and short more craft sails along at 70 m.pJi. all ,
It started with enthusiasm and oversquare !fold, which is new this year, alt around, extra wide brake pedal -
created a wonderfuul sense of security er stroke or, in plainer words, engine also helped" eliminate stalls and and brakes day without complaint or movement smoother '
and confidence in the \iriYere with pistons of larger dim- on regular power of the heat indicator from ,
k Weather. such as we did not meter than th. distance they go hard starts in the bad weather which can be used with either ad.uetment. normal., M LO1G
enjoy on this trip gave windshield up and down.ta 'of the test trips.I foot, easy. mechanical seat When this "Economy Slant Six"was more luxurious

wipers, brakes, starter and generators ears of yean ago the pistons showed this engine' (- a number Also new this the the door announced, M. C. Patterson
a fit, but it was a good were small and the stroke of D Mechanics: In widely separated hinges which have year holds for half Dodge general manager, said: suit SUBFROST.
school for me because I learned. a was long, and weVe come a long places and experienced on and full "This entirely new engine will .a1tLmt n
lot about new automobiles from' way to oversquare. This new different makes The tomirien ppen open. provide peak economy for the U.

the Seneca. Dodge, _engine is, destined to teachus was the same: "Easy to work on. :New TorqueFlite Unit S. motorist" Our test proves that FACED 1p Vp--
that there is an economy and Gee yon can get at eyel''thinr.9tThe The automatic transmission on Patterson, knew what he was talking '

23 Miles Per GallonI performance area with an engine most astonishing thing I is the test car was designed espe aboqt unfROSTthe
soon found that you can hare .'just under square. the gasoline mileage because the dally for the slanted six and : In this low-cost, higheconomycar

good performance, pushbutton an- The slanted six has a stroke Dart does not look like a mall does not sap the strength of the : Dodge has made available to Over Spots
tomatfc transmisison, tofsion-bsr :just a little longer than the diameter car, and it is tool an underpowered engine. We used ,to figure 10 to th* ,buyer almost all the accessories -

front end, easy manual steeringand I of the pistons, and I thinkin car.. I. had all the power I asked 20 horsepower tq rim the ,automatic and power assists that fit en Clothes? ,finest .
23 miles to the gallon of.regular this design this may account for under all conditions 'short o f transmission, but not here the' rest of the Dodge line, right -- '

in a well-apointed standard for the lugging ability and ,good< peeling the rubber off the tires This i. the TorqueFlite Six, a up to the highest-prKed models. / d
sized automobile. idling qualities: Town and country, stop and three-speed torque converter automatic Buyers )have different needs and ,Dacron'.I
Neither a compact nor a Queep I I buy accessories tor different reasons -
start, I averaged 23. miles When you push the "D"
per i
Mary, this! Itfwes&priced Dart Easy To Work OnAnother gallon. I button for drive; the< transmission :! It is a source of satisfaction only m !
Seneca Is a car that youl} like, advantage of the de- to know that your car has
to drive. Youll And it a car that aign is a water pump located I,not.been. so constructed that they CHEER UP

likes to go: places. It's a ear that pq the tide readily accessible, cant be used. At i realty sensible price you're getting the finest of fabrics
will give the owner a Jot to brag; but mainly to permit shortening : One of the things I have in ...CALL FOR and
about over tljf) back fence-and the engine. mind here is Dodge's new hydraulic an exclusive blending of miracle Dacrontfor.[crisp body

not only about gasoline mileage, Most talked about feature and -Child Guard Lock" by which wrinkle resistance) with \the finest rste4lor( cool, openweaye.po.rosctyplus -

either. : one of greatest importance is the all doors tan be locked from one SanitoneDRY ) the exceptional fit and! tailoring extras
I 'must admit that I looked UU heavy cast aluminum intake man switch by the driver. To a buyer
car over with some .mer
I hope most! prospect having long life and better beat- : .. 'while a childless couple CLEANING'Sp label No one can match Palm Beach when it comes to styling
do the same thing ,because it ing of the-.vaporized gas it contributes Dart 'Economy Slant 6* Wins probably wouldn't want it. .
o 0 Applause Stwfiost In style
makes the Joy of the surprise,dif. some to weight reduction Aa 800< mile sales .: |Jt ,the Seneca the customer are 'fast one kind of and pattern ideas either. We have ratjart

idends greater and more "nJ ,- helping make this engine -Avtomofiv*'teat dews under Correspondent unfavorable I.. weather H. Houck eoaditteu"eop.p.ffd that the can tailor the car to his needs ".Hrt"and*-***t DrTa&US -*. but 3....Continenbt, Executive wd 'try.-..sM the range. of

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aid if it tan't make the ,ate t in terms pf horsepower per pound.I miles per gallon with the'deiconomy Slant eagiae.. never :halve it feature he ,doesntwant. uncovers all the original new .

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a fairly good road most of the Page 6 The Klselmmre Gazette Thursday April 14, 1C0 I ,

way to Costa Rica they decidedto My Neighbors
Helen Burton Led : '.drive back to Costa Rica and /-r: Thr lI W l
on their way through the other .
countries of Central America to .! .
? meet the missionaries and fellow : : .; /
Colorful Life workers in these countries. Tt w d':;," .;,',. :Jh
was at the border of Costa Rica : 4;. i! O 4 a fawq'lP

just before entering the country
By FRED BRUSSOWIn <( that Lester Burton's life was :: By BETTY EBT .
taken by a shark as he swam in lt.
the heart of the Americaslies ./-5-- e E the river at the border. .eJ
the fertile and fruitful nationof Provision was made by the mis- J{
the Ticos this is Costa sionaries for Helen and her chil- :;f rnS l
Rica, background for seven years Fs ht More and more of our Winter Earl Cook Master Sammy Han-
dren to continue on to San Jose /
of work for the Lord by Helen I where Lester was buried and friends are leaving for their ,cock Miss Arrowanna Carelockand w I ,

Burton once missionary and now 1 where Helen once again made homes up North among those A. J. Story. "Why, what' the hurry*
resident of Kissimmee. her home and carried on her migrating this week were the Mn. Eunice T. Robinson and folks?"
Costa Rica is I located just northof Grant Humphrey to Grandin
Mrs. Josphine Thomas plan to
Panama and directly south of I work.With the added responsibilityof N. D., Mrs. George Schloffmann leave April 27th for their home at CALL TI 6-5661
Florida and is one of the six re { a family to support she to Bradford Ohio, the Victor Rolindale Mass.
publics of Central America Sometimes worked extra in the administration r Skaughs to Hales Corners Wis.. Corsages. Potted Plants.
called the Land of Eternal ) offices of the missions and the Robert McKernans to Clarksville The Emmett Johnsons left this By wire we serve the world.
Spring, Costa .Rica has raised its I later with the mission, radio station Iowa the Fred Bevis to week for their home at Greens- Weddings. Funeral Bouquets.
standard of living from the low T1FC voice of the Caribbean Richwood Ohio, the Roy Schoen- burg, Ind. ELSIE BAKER

est Central America to the as bookkeeper, English cor- bergers to Nevada, Ohio, the Joe Mrs. George West of Wilmington Florist
highest by way of the vast respondent and many odd jobs Poskins to Ashkum 111., the Jo-
N. c., and Mrs. O. Draper i
amount of coffee grown in the which had to be divided up be- MRS.\ FARRIS BRYANT E.YrERTAINED-Mn. Farria Bryant seph Wolfs to Waldridge Ohio Phelps of Worcester, Mass., were .
rich and abundant soil of' the cause of the lack of help. She wife of the gubernatorial candidate was honored at a coffee when and Dr. Anthonys to Moravia, recent visitors of Misses Marjorie RUPYUREEASERA
mountain valleys. ; also held Bible classes for a she visited in Kissimmee Thursday. Shown above are Mrs. N. Y. Fish and Edith Spencer. ....Vat PIL Orr. 451'I.r ants ruts/
Here for seven years Helen ii group of 20 children from the vicinity William Wallis. seated Mn. Bryant and Mn. Ellis F. Davis,
Burton worked and enjoyed the of the radio station but hostess. (Photo by Cooper) Birthday congratulations this! Harry McClard who has been Wfiii.
full life which she led. She be- at the end of ,her second term ,- week are being sent to Judge Ed confined at the Kissimmee Hos-
::::.{:/F \ with future uncertainshe Brinson, E. E. Edwards, Alta pital, has been transferred to the 1
her plans
..'"...". ... .. '... returned to the States on FHA Convention BPW Retirement Ruth Kiker, Inelle Kelley, Nelson Bay Pines Veterans Hospital.The It .r

ARTISTIC SIRS. HELEN BURTON her second furlough. Because she Held In ClearwaterThe Home Group Meets Makinson Mrs. Georgia Shaver, 5495 FislOWa 1
I Mrs. B. E. Trent Grace Makin Gilbert J. Mears family of s. .e
BEAUTY felt so strongly was that to her her first growing responsibility state convention of the Fu- Misses Lola and Lottie Lawler son, Betty McGowan Eunice Tin- 832 Canterbury Lane are enter- A trout lot fora-fltttof.. wuhab1e .......
port @ intulnal Hernia. BacK
came aware of toe 'work of the family and that she could not do : ture Homemakers of America was entertained members of the committee daIl, Randy Padgett- John Hop- taining guests this week.. Mr. and Acne adJkXiMM sn.,. cp la front
SALON missionaries while on vacation to justice to them and her work she held in Clearwater at the Fort on the Retirement Home pen, Irma Holzman Bill Lee, Ag- Mrs. Lawrence T. Purdy the pad1..teeei.... .. atrap.or feather IMV"'.flat"4..gets r.f
Costa Rica to visit friends already resigned her membership with the Harrison Hotel April 79. The for Florida Federation Businessand nes Brinson, Marte Graves De- Misses Bette, Jean and Linda -anr*.n ar...ckUlras.. ......MaD part.rd..( sbd rl.* *.
: cirls from Rita Hunt Over- Purdy Miss Bobbie Kay Swank ..., aute flab.. kit al..bM.
following Osceola
working there.: Almost immediately mission and made her residencein High Professional Women and district pew, Stanley
she felt in love with the Kissimmee with her : School attended the annual convention and state officers at dinnerat street Mary Lee Black June end Fred Purdy, all of Akron,
tit people and the country and she Mr. and Mrs. Claude Disinger.parents I : Jane Connally, Linda their home on Wednesday evening Gunn, Frieda Best Connie Autrey Ohio, are visiting with them on HUNT BRAS
O English, Karen Skinner and Nan- Johnnie Miller Jr. Mrs. Louise their first visit to Florida. The
began to see the need for more Helen now works for K. C. Guests were Miss Adrienne ,
Phone TI 6.2621
00 workers in the garden spot of Moore here in Kissimmee but she cy White. Waits and Mrs. Helen Thompson. Muller, Amelia Keck Mare Law- Mears and the Purdys are long
Z the Ajmericas. Three years later often thinks of the rolling coun- The girls were accompanied by Orlando; Wilma Richardson state son, Nancy Rogers Bob McKb- time friends and were formerly 114 BroadwayBox
o.c.c she this land as a candi- tryside of, Costa Rica and the their advisor, Mrs. Laura Miller. chairman, and Vera Koski cochairman sic, Gertie Lorenz, Nancy Lee neighbors at Glen Cove, N. Y.

date member which saw her first far distant volcanoes against the The two voting delegates selected of the RetIrement Home Earley, Buddy Cotton. Best wishes 1 1 1
MV year ,;spent in the study of Span- deep blue sky of the land which from the Osceola chapter were committee; Dorothy Purdy, Margaret to each of you. NKB Chapel Class

g ish and in becpming familiar with for seven years was her home Karen Skinner and Nancy White. Goodell, Rhea Pherigo, Jess Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lawrenceleft Held MeetingThe 1t
Z a the people and their customs and where she could bring the wotd Jane Connally, after receiving' the Thacker and Alma Hetherington. this week for their home at
tzJL way of life. Upon completion of of the Lord to the industrious nomination for president at the Thursday morning the committee Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Alpha Class of the North
3 Z this first year's work she was people of Costa ICca. But now district meeting went to the con- members met at Tropical Ht- Kissimmee Baptist Chapel met on
z0 accepted as a member of the La living in Florida Helen finds it vention seeking the office of tel with Lester "/. Ueisler architect Mrs. E. T. Beedle and Tom left April 7th at the chapel. The class
L tin America Mission and soon to be "next best" president. to discuss preliminary plansto this week for Canonsburg, Pa, president Mrs. John Magness,
= :c afterward married Lester Burton Linda English was elected vice recommend to the Federation where they will spend the summer conducted t the class business. I
gc. who worked with the youth of nresident of public relations at convention which will meet in months. Those attending were: Mrs.
the coun ay. Her first duties Mrs. Farris Bryant the state convention. This is the June. Others attending were Bill Paul Campbell, Mrs. Amy Swal-
0h were that of mission hostess, die- first time a girl from Kissimmeehas Morse, president of the Chamberof Francis E. Hartwick of Sud- lows, Mrs. Ann Caldwell Mrs. I.
> I. tician of the Seminary and house- Feted At ,CoffeeMrs. been elected to a state officein Commerce, and Paul Sanborn, bury, Ontario, was the weekend Mary E. Stephens Mrs. Jim
; keeper. While in this position she Ellis F. Davis entertainedat the FFA. One of the honors chamber manager.Friendsllip. guest of Russell Edwards. Mr. Bateman Mrs. John Magness, Office Opens 2:15 p.m.
I i was able to meet many interest- a coffee honoring Mrs Farris Linda will receive is an all ex- Hartwick is a letter carrier for Mrs. Iva Thrush, Mrs. Bea Pear- Saturdays and Sundays
0H ing people travelling from Pan- Bryant pense paid trip to the National the Canadian Post Office at Sud-
Thursday morning. Club To man, Mrs. Thelma Hanlon and Tonight Apr. 13
ama to South America as Costa Spring flowers in pink and lav- Future Homemakers of America bury and is on three weeks vaca Mrs. Wanda Taylor.
Rica is the stopping off point for endar were used in profusion Convention to be held in Washington Meet April 21stThe tion. Sunday was spent at Bok The hostesses, Mrs. Iva Thrush, sac
t7z such travelers.At throughout the :reception rooms D. C. this summer. Tower, Cypress Gardens and and Mrs. Paul Campbell served MINEO
t7Q .... the end ,of their first term where friends called to meet the ,Women's Friendship Club'smonthly Tampa. Hartwick is returning to delicious refreshments following: :t. ri.KIC MMA)1suu .
luncheon will be held 3 Sudbury via Ohio, Illinois and
Helen and Lester Burton returnedto '
charming wife of the guberna- State Association the business meeting. The table JAMES 4
the States for their first fur- torial candidate.The Thursday, April 21st, at 12:30 Wisconsin. ,He spent four days in was beautifully decorated with KOHNER.DARREN 1
4W lough, taking with them Helen'sson dining table was overlaid Holds Luncheon p.m. at the Tropical Hotel. New York City before coming to sweet peas and roses. ,
Charles and the two babies with a pink cloth and centered While in Kissimmee to attend This month's luncheon will fea- Florida.

02: who were born in Costa Rica, and with an attractive Easter ar- the Hunt Bros. Shuffleboard tour- ture' members of the Kissimmee Lona Quello, Maude Missimer, Delta Alpha Chapter
I: U went on a tour urough the east rangement. It was here that Mrs! nament, the Florida State Shuffleboard Thrift Club who will entertain Edna Blake and Esther Corwin of I Is
and middle west to meet friends William Wallis and Mrs. Robert Association held a luncheon with a presentation of a comedy Orlando, spent Sunday in Kissim Entertains PledgesDelta
'MQ who were supporting them in Eby poured. Others assisting in at the Tropical HoteL This skit. mee viewing the site of the pro- '
en their work and making their work various capacities were Mmes. was followed by a business meet- Reservations may be made by posed Business and Professional i Alpha Chapter, Epsilon
known to others interested in that Alice Martin, Sam Lupfer, Evelyn ing.Attnding calling Mn. Elmore Lake at Til- Women's Club retirement home. Sigma Alha entertained six new
type wqrk. Lawson Earl Schmidt and Lou the luncheon were A., den 7-2284 on or before April pledges Sunday afternoon, April
,As the through highway is now Tarcai. T. Baldwin, national vice president 19th. aNew On the sick list this week we 10th, with a tea at., the ,hjrueot, "
; and Pierce V. Gahan, mem- friends from Maine to find at the Osceola Hospital: Leon Mrs. Peggy Edwards on ,Airport 1 PMtlr carve l trrthsu ncruas ttooscTbeA Santa
ber of the rules committee. Also Mexico will be there to welcome Hill, Blackburn, Mrs. Johnson, Road.
BE REALLY REFRESHED the following state officers: J. H. all newcomers.: Baby Margaret Bass, Mrs. Bertha Guests were served from a
Woodall, president; Ernest E. Car- Caldwell, Mn. Kobbee, Mn. Mildred table decorated with beautiful
ter, vice president and Mrs. Carter I Shirley BrattonIs Lanes James Tomsovic. W. spring flowers and tropical fern. FRI. SAT.

AROUND THE CLOCK! ;'J. At MacGillivray vice pres- Recent BrideMiss Riggs, Clayton Jones, Mrs.Stella Pledges attending were the Mmes. April 15-16
ident of Central District; Grover Henry, Mrs Charles Chamberlain Mary Lou Johnson Lynn Dyals
Flint delegate to state association Shirley Bratton, daughterof Mrs. Inez: Hopkins, Mrs. Joan Murphy, Cynthia Smith, I
and Mrs. Flint; Guy Collins, Mrs. Bertha Smith and Nolan Gladys Campbell. Mrs. Calli! Peed, Janet Neumann and Regina l I t' S St
secretary, and Mrs. Collins. Bratton and Leonard Duncan of Charles Curran Mrs. Beulah May, Glass
Also James J. Traynor, president Metter, Georgia were united in Mr. and Mrs. John Livingston, Other members attending were
9 3 of West Coast District and marriage Friday, April 8th, at 7 Jack McMahon and Mrs. Bessie the Mmes. Esther Dulgar, Peggy
Mrs. Traynor; Colp. C. Bullard, p.m. in Kissimmee. the Kissimmee Hos- Edwards, Jewel Daniels, Janet
delegate to state association; A. Mr. and Mrs. Duncan will re pital, Mrs. Romana, Ivey Mrs. Lee, Barbara Bishop, Nancy Clem-
R. Fraser, president of Southwest side at 211 Verona Street Lois Myers, Mrs. Myrtle Della Sullivan ; ons, Donna Bryant Nancy Smith, .
District; Evan McKeehan, vice Mrs. LaVern Brown, Mrs.I Mary Ellen Sylvester, Nancy
president; Blair Idierton, state Cobalt-60 Gamma radiation- Geraldine Hess Mn. Mary E. Straub. Connie Green Cora Lee
association delegate; T. S. Jamison !- neutron bombardment-is being Jackson, Arthur Guthire, Mrs. Shephard, and Eyless Gisiner.
tournament director; JamesE. used experimentally at Gainesville Helen Morgan, Mrs Bernie
h r r 1 Nichols, president of Northern to produce 'inherited changesin Pearce Marion Tindall, Miss First Baptist Church
# \\t : __ District; Harold Hinhley, J. J. farm plants.: Doris Silliman N. Ray Carroll
-'' Gantt Pete Hunt sponsor of Services Announced A PJiMMEA FEM PRODUCTION RELEASE j
toijrnament and the guest of A UNfVERSAUXTERNATJONAL

honor, Mayor Jess Thacker. Dr. H. P. Amos pastor of the -ALSO-
; (? First Baptist Church will speakon
The Christ of the EmptyTomb"
Gloriosa Circle To
at the 8:30: and 11 aon. I .
.' vN __ Hold Workshop services Easter morning. i
The Gloriosa Circle of the Kis- CPinf5 Visitation revival began this i f
simmee Garden Club will hold a r week with Carlyle Brooks of De- 1A
land, a visitation evangelist lead t
workshop meeting April 14th at
11 a.m. in Brinson 'Park.. special correspondent ing. Mr. Brooks will direct a program
There will be a box luncheon of visitation by the mem
with each one to bring their own f seventeen MAGAZINEPIER bers of the church. A large num- UmvtnolJniwMlMnal.+ ReJur.
ber of men have already volun-
lunch and table service.Mr. .
teered to assist Mr. Brooks in this
and Mn. Sam Prather ANGELI now dating BUDDY BREGMAN :. TOMMY I ministry. He spoke to the teachersof SUN. !MON.
RETT1G,formerly of the MlossiV show, the Sunday school on Wednesday
spent at Miami visiting April 1718IYuL
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pra-- 5 _loped with a 15 year old BurbankV night and revealed plans for

ther, Jr. high school student.. .ANNETTE still the coming days. BmDln .AlII
J' pines for PAUL ANKA LUANA April 24th is Intermediate Day ;
Servs this Seafood Barbecue with ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola for dinner.Broil frozen rock lobster tails PATTEN overjoyed about her new in the church. This Sunday of em-

on an hibachi or table grill until browned. Make a tangy oriental butter sauce by adding few drops of NOTICE MGM contract BOBBY DAMN phasis with for breakfast this age group in will begin 101L011ICmt
The the
liquid pepper to melted butter. Serve lobster tails with butter sauce slice of l lime! heated crinkle-cut Railway Express broke up with JOANNE CAMPBELL...' of the church at 7:30 dining'hall a.m. rH)1BJl)
frozen French fries and lettuce and tomato. Officewill
MOLLY BEE end DR.JOSEPH MARKS Rev. Joe Slade, a student of Stetson .

beginning close at April noon 16th on Saturdays through an ]item .. BOBBY KYDEU says the whose home is in Orlando .nawoolar tu(4( _.-aw
TRY THESE TEMPTING TREATS out the summer. music he enjoys| Most Is what he been will speak to the group at break- Iw
tha.. Afoseewh.rT
on the busses,between Jumps on con fast.Rev J. Elwood Rawls of Delaney
WITH BIG KING SIZE COKE cert tours .7. DWAYNE HICKMAH Street Baptist Church of TUBS.-WED.

,. as..e.s.eas.orr. Hollybrook and SHERRY.JACKSON are on awfully Orlando will preach in revival April 1920
cut couple...LIZ TAYlOR and services in the church beginning

EDDIE stopping traffic in front of ..,., Sunday, April 24th. Rer. Rawls '
Nursery church in Orlando has -
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If* SEVENTEEN Brfdin, filming {" : grown from =
some 300 in
Sunday school to just '
"Jvtt rfieJd 8". MILLIE PERKNS f" under jj. "AMazlhls package
Davenport f 1,000 in three years. Thisis w.. .S"y. ...
and DEAN STOCKWEU may be married ... an indication of the enthusiasmthat
What is so rare as a day in by the time) you read this V" will be evident in the revival BARDOTriiJlllL
By June April-youl! be heading SANDRA DEE MICKEY CALIAN and -it.-...' here.
back north! JWJAJf'D.uRfN'having a ball oa
.. JlkO.....t ; There were 42 million more i;:
Wail ki Beach ftming "GkJflt GoesHowaBon s
Sp.elal- -...EDD BYRNES and ASA newspapers purchased on the averaged
day last year than were yl b; j
FRUIT TREES -r,9 MAYNORwftbe engaged;in May... purchased on the avenge day t>0 Py. a1

Pears Persimmons Peaches" GEORGE HAMILTON dating the ever.h yean ago.
At lunch, serve this"Penny-Checkers"Chefs Salad with Ice-cold King Size Coca-Cola. Use strips of Catley Gnavas. Maagoes, Cher present TUESDAY WELD BOB
luncheon meat, bologna,salami, sliced yellow checsft. Garnish with tomato and hard-boned egg caw rice Plant Lake Emerald DENVER lo shove his betrtnik chin for
with greens and French dressing Grapes.Reasonably. a* vpcaming: : DOB GILUS episode KISSIMMEE DRIVE-IN "*
Priced Kx BHGfTTE BARDOFs sister, JI J
Only Coca-Cola gives you that cheerful lift..that M MUANOU left Holt;wood never to FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 15-16'

cold crisp taste that brightens every bite... Assorted CITRUS return .It's cR over between "HOUSE OF RASCALS"INTRIGUE""LITTLE

that makes any pause "The Pause That Refreshes* s a in containers many with Bd'&.... CAROL LYNLEY end BRANDON d.
r bloom and fruit, np t6 seven WIDE..ANDY WILLIAMS coBs his SUNDAY and MONDAY APRIL 17 lg
BoSaJ wder tt&oAj of Tkt Cocs-Cola Coopuy fcj yean old. pawed album"Loner/ Street,after his big hit of that ram "BUSTER KEATON STORY"

V, Open 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. CONNIE STEVENS very unhappy at Warner's and "BIRDS AND THE BEES"

Tuesday through exit ola KOOKE MARK DAMON flew toPhify TUBS
MIMEMAM Sunday. nay WED aad THURSDAY .
M.M.rMbfll.YM.ItU.ItO-1r hr.+i APRIL 19 5* .
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r a'. The Kisshmace Gazette, Thursday, April 14. 1960 Page 7S
s.s .s Pete an ,- :. Realtors To
sra -Hunt To Head 'pro 3 1 i; Sponsor

I 1960 Cancer DriveAppointment iS. Showing Of FilmAs

of Pete Hunt 9 v a part of Realtor Month features views of new industriesin

local businessman, as chairmanf TO HEAD DRIVEr the film "Florida! -Land of Ac the state, the building of superhighways

> 'the Cancer Crusade for Kis. don," a realtor documentary film and shopping center

immee, was announced Wednes- will be shown to organizations construction in suburban de

Jay, by Gene Hasaett,.field representative _..- Sz throughout Kia&inunee and St. velopments. The film's narration
of Orange County unit Cloud, through the week of April explains the role realtors play in

>f the American Cancer Society. ', > }' ; .) III 18th to 23rd, according to Dr. building, selling, appraising and
C-DXay for Kissimmee and Os- .h' 'je George E. Beauchamp president financing in the real estate field.

:eola County has been set for ..J L i of the Kissimmee-St. Cloud Board The Kissimmee Rodeo and water

fhursday, April 28th. This is the of Realtors. scenes are among the most at-

f time that volunteer workers will r .I Arrangements haye already tractive features of the film.
Jo a door-to-door campaign for A fis -.'\ been made to show the film at "This film is being very heavily

SCIENCE EXHIBIT-Bill Stanko hold a model of a 'solid pro- ;he society, distributing educational ar : Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions C4uba booked throughout the state and
pellept rocket which he will enter in the Occeola School Science r material, and accepting r and the Junior Chamber of Com we have been fortunate to be able
Fair April 22. The rocket represent four ta five,.months work. In contributions, for research and -'" .41 merce in Kissimmee 'and organisations to bring the film to Kissimmee,"

front of Bill in the large cue are example of fuels purchased education for the vital cause. ;; \$ : g = .,. r o.,, and civic clubs or other Dr. Beauchamp said, "and we
i it;> the beginniBg of his rocket research and on the left are examples Forty per cent of the money : ,:; ;.:, ;..: .:' groups may request the showingby know'that all the members of
of the fuel that he new make raised In'the Cancer Crusade goes .,... + calling Robert V. McKissic at those organizations and groups

*- *- to the National Cancer Society WATER SUPPLY BOLSTERED-Coastrnction work was begun Florida Realty Counselors, Inc-- which are able to see the film
I (education and research.: Sixty !::; .:. ';; Cj. last week on the water line which will connect the water tower Tilden 6-27U2. 'tne film Is available during the coming week will en-
I .'<,f- '..-' '. near the free of charge and will be joy this colorful tour of our state
per cent remains in Florida. 42ft -" power plant with a new tower being built on Oak Street
Osceola High To of the money collected in Osceola ....',.;_.'",' .{,.f'i..t.' near Orange Gardens Upon completion of the new tank, the water shown as widely as time and and a look at the astounding

! County i$ used by the county :for '.' : supply will be ready for the added use of the community this scheduling opportunities permit. growth of our Florida economy."
the purchase of supplies for'main- :: i .;: >: t summer (Photo by Cooper) "Ihis film produced by the "Florida-Land of Action" is

taining the cancer loan closet for & a. .. ,," t. i' Florida Asociation of Realtors, is more than a colorful tour of our
i I'II.
Hold Science Fair use by cancer patients. The loan t.:,-.... ,,"rep, ...:.t. ; +. the first real estate film of its sunny peninsula although there
closet is located at the office of f<' ""' ">>,"v.M-_ Chamber DirectorsMet kind ever made by a state professional are scenes of great beauty in it.

I the Osceola County Health Department group," Dr. Beauchampsaid. In addition this unstaged film
Osceola Junior and Senior High point out the progress being made HUNT shows Florida
He added that the souna working, growing,
School will be the scene of a in the field of science on a high
Answering the question that ,and color movie portrays activities building, and finding room for
Science Fair to be presented to school level.
the general public by the students There will be two divisions as many people ask to, why tha In the proclamation issued, i it Qn WednesdayThe of Florida realtors in buying all of its new citizens. It shows

in cooperation with the science to the entry o* projects, the American.Cancer Society>will not stated that the American Cancer( and selling, appraising, managing people having fun coming here
be included in the United Appeal, property, financing, and developing vacations or to live, huntingfor
department of the school: on Friday Junior High 'and Senior High and Society's research, service and:
April 22. awards will be given to. the three is because the! agencies' covered helped regular monthly meetingof now training at Auburndale, and land and properties in the homes, living on the farms:
education have h
win.continue ? programs the Kissimmee Chamber state of Florida. and in the cities and workingin
by the UA {throughtne of the Washington Senators
Horde science teacher best in each division. now
expects Douglas about 150 students will The projects projects will represent c years, but as:soon ,as' cancer save one million Americansnow" Commerce board of directors, was training in Fernandina Beach. The Many colorful scenes of FlorIda the new factories under_' U__ the, _,

be taking part in the fair comprised great deal of time and hard work is ccftqoered; thannual'drnsadeton living; and cured of cancer.OEarly held yesterday at noon at the baseball committee-will talk fur- are shown in the film according sun.Under
fund and t'rea\ment' Tropical Hotel. J. D. Benton to Dr. Beauchamp, and the all of this is the land.
of students from the 7th by the students both at school for( cancer 'J;education detection prompt reported touch with the Birmingham club,
to the 12th grades. and at home, said Mr. Horde and research will;"cease' '52% could prevent 85,000 needless can- Chamber of Commerce but the Senators farm club has dynamic growth of the state indicated There never will be any more

) Science projects will be on dis. and I hope to see as many parents more taoney:; is'"given; by1' those cer deaths.each year, .deaths membership is presently 178 paid signed with Fernandina: Beach tor by views of new home, land, but there will always ae
play, representing the varied in- and interested hereas outsid .of the:qnit& ppeal, :so which are due to ignorance, delay up members. There are still about another year.Directors highway and building construction more people. And so the wise use
terests of the students and to possible lot the. fair.persons due to",the,utKeney'elf the 'need and neglect.: Research, offer about 24 1959 members who have attending< the meetingwere presently going on through of our land is a problem of inter-
; for funds, .to''cahy.oii :the? vital the prospects of cures for all failed to renew their membershipsas Bill Morse J. D. Benton, Florida. est to all of us. how realtors hep!

research and, -educational t ( ) pro? types of cancer and. the hope for yet. A request was made to Russell Thacker, K. C. Moore, The Orlando area and Kissim- develop the land, how they assistin

gramft, the AmericanCancer So- future cancer prevention.Unlim- contact these individuals and secure Ralph Shore; Bill Wallis, Lee mee in particular have been especially threading the highways acrossit
Kowboys Win Over:: ciety* e rithiue&: 'its': ''drive,:under ited funds are needed to support their renewals. GravesArt Scalli, Duncan Me- featured In the film with the pans they play in buyingand

I its onmjfdentityl new leads in an overacceleratingresearch The directors made their deci- Farlandr Paul Sanborn; and Vera Ki&simmee receiving as much at- selling the buildings on the
CancecTs:the;. umbervTwo.kill- program. ( sion on the voting for candidatesto Lalley, office secretary. tention and film footage as many land, how they manage the prop-
Fort MeadeThe \; : :' er fir.i .tBe-putiofe' ; ,nth' .-, 2 ,OOO Governor LeRoy, Collins" pro- the board of directors of the. of the major cities throughoutthe "erties erected upon our Florida

( "' <" losing:'|h.ijs. lives ;yearly Jto. ,theravages claimed April, 1960 as Cancer I United States Chamber. Henry Bibleland To Hold state. earth -all these and more aro
of ,diseasewhich also Control Month in Florida, and : Coleman Beach First shown at a state realtors' told in this film.
long thirst. tot victory was the second meetjirg" of, the two the of Daytona received -
quenched for the KisSimmee Kow- clubs. In the first'game; the Kow ,kills more. children. ','than-: any urged that every ''Citizen of our I support for the office .of Sunrise Service convention in Pensacola, the film Florida is a big story. No one
boys here last Tuesday when they boys were defe t dtU.'l: in a hard tithe :-.disedas' state observe this through increased director from the fourth election was a feature of an international film can tell it all But in this
beat the Ft. Meade Miners, 15-2 fought game. .- April'lias .been-.proclaimed a& support of the American district. The special ipeaker for the real estate gathering in Canada picture the Florida Association
in a game which saw the Kowboys Cano"( :;.C ntro1' MonthV by) the Cancer Society and by learningthe The request for financial assist- Easter Sunrise service at Bible- last winter and has been shown of Realtors has tried to tell

with a total of eight hits ,and President t ';of the .Unlled"States, facts about cancer that are tance toward the purchase of a land on the Orange Blossom Trail in many parts of Florida since. something of tae lite and timesof :

Frank Glass coming up. 'with three Nazarene Church by direction" of att acts of con- vital to personal protection from chimp for the city zoo was deferred south of Orlando, this year will Groups witnessing the film H- our state, and of the roles
triples. a gress. *. ." this disease. until the next meeting. be Dr. Arch Campbell who for culde Rotary .Clubs, tourist organizations realtors proudly play. For 44.
Billy Don Wilson the win- Plans Big D, Y' I S. Harris tnore than 40 years was a Presbyterian sales executives gatherings years organized realtors' in Florida
was ?- was reappointedas
missionary active in and out-of-state industries have Represented ethical con
representative of the chamberto
ning pitcher.
The Church.of\:the Nazarene
Korea. duct and business in
planning to relocate competency
Friday -Kowboys, lost a close plans for a record .attendance' of Kiwanis Sponsor Kissimmee the board Valley of directors Livestock of Show.A the. One Easter Sunday morning in nel in Florida. The film has person-been real estate. This group pioneeredfor
until the
game up. ninth inning Korea, outstand- the real estate license law in
30,000 people acclaimed
when 300 in: Sunday; school and have report was given by indus- were present widely as an
Mulberry scored six
runs Dr. Campbell will tell of that ing advertisement for the state Florida, spearheaded the drive to
to"make the- final score Mulberry made plans to, receive the largest trial chairman Lee Graves on the
conference industrial great service and other experiences cit! Florida, its beauty and its bring clean industry to the stateto
13, Kissimmee 3. offering for foreign missions and on parks
Election balance
Party of the work in Korea. growth. the economy of tour-
Clements of the Panthers. got the building program that has recently in Winter Park. The public '1s cordially invitedto Officers of the sponsoring local I ism and agriculture, and continues -
5>> i double ever been made at the church. President Bill Morse indicated the
for two triples, a -andtw.o attend this to the bset
special service. Board of Realtors include sponsor protes-
singles Cary Jones was. relieved The second story of the Sunday The old time spark and gaiety I Cooperation with all the civic industrial at park the topic next would directors'meeting. be discussed Dr. George E. beauchamp, president atonal education ion its realtor
school'annex will be for
''bT-Stn.< Eldndge who; ready of elections wilt be revived, this| clubs and organizations will v be : William H. Morse, vice and associate members.
pitched four fine innings for: the use'Svithin OJ1& month, f furnishing with Old Time.Electlod asked'to help publicist,andniake in state has
an Everyone our a
room. year "Commfttees'will'be-assigned to .PoliticalRallT! l To president; Lester Mann secretaryand
Kowboys. for the., overcrowded Sunday : -
the'Kissim this unusual affair. The1 Kiwanis -
Party, sponsored by an MrsrRulh Wagner.Treistres., take m 'Honda real estate Dr.
study the possibility of the Chamber
Tonight the Kowboys go to School mee Kiwanis Club at the Com feels the community needil Be Held SaturdayThe Everett A. Arnold is chairmanof Beaaehamp: declared. In: a sense,
Kathleen intake dn-the Kathleen The friendly,church ,invites all 3rd. service of this especiallythis sponsoring several projects in this Him the
munity House on. May a type, : the St. Cloud section of the is a report to real
nine with who. do not have a church home, the near future. The projects un-
a probable starting with the tremendous interest owners of Floriaa by a
Duncan V. McFarland, president" year der consideration the State next political rally will Board of Realtors. The Florida proies-
line-up as follows: Bob Gehrett, to attend there. next Sunday. of the club, has announcedthat already shown in the county Shuffleboard Tournament are Teacher be held Saturday night at 8 KM) Association of Realtors, of which sion involved with you and the
as Don Streetman If Butch Par- Fred Toms, pastor, will speakat -
; ; the committees have been formed election. of the Year Award, and Paint o'clock at Campbell Station the local board is a part, is now land and the structures upon it
2b Parker Frank morning' and evening worship
rish Barney cf
; ; I to provide an interesting- Entertainment will be providedby Up Fix Up Clean Up Campaign.Paul when all political candidateswill : in its 44th year and includes r -your realtors. AJ members of
Glass Ken 3b Phillip services and trig
Murphy young people
CJ| ; fair starting 5 pan., two hours the Hammond organ company Sanborn, chamber be invited to speak. nearly 9,000 realtors and their t the Kissimmee-St. Cloud Board
will manager -
Flater Ib Chris rf and special Easter
oran, present' a
; I before the polls close, in order' to and local talent is being recruited The public is invited. associates in 69 communities of Realtors have joined in mating
Steve Eldridge will be the start at (645. gave a report on present sta-
I program p- enable all the various political and political skits are planned.A tus of the possibilities of havinga The rallies are sponsored by throughout Florida. it possible for this film to be

ing, Next pitcher.Tuesday the Kowboys play I Next time you're talking "from camps, both state "and county,. to pancake supper will .be served .baseball team train in Kissimmee the Osceola County Democratic Replete with scenes of Florida mane available and shown in the
their' headquarters into the by the Kiwanis at $1 for adults Executive Committee. of real-
Evans High of Orlando here in the shoulder" try a bit higher up. move next year. He has been in homes, lakes, farms, and orange two communities as part
: community house for' their last and 50e for children under 12. touch with the Birmingham club( groves, the realtors' film also, tor month. .
\ : minute celebrations before the Judge Murray Overstreet has .
good or bad news" is received. consented to be in charge of the
Mort Walker! I
FBede Baaey By
The community house will -be .
returns received at the community ,,
turned into a- :
THE MORE LETTERS:*WRITE 'tompletewth television re- house; Harold Farmer assisted -

w14Y ARE 'U THE MORE EASTER SEALS ceivers, radios and direct line by Robert Crowell and June

WRITING SO *> tILL USE UP. EVERYONE telephones between, :the office of Gunn, will supervise] the pancake
MANY LETTERS ) SHOULD HELP 1HEcRtm.EO: I Dorothy Purdy, supervisor of reg- supper; Charles Dixon and Henry
BEETLE ? istration, and tlbig\ election Simmons, communications:
.board at the community house. state political camps. Bill Wallis;
Election returns will be flashed county political camps, Sam Lup- NOTHINGt
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t the official seals are broken Ray Seiforts Odell Bron- t LIKE 'h
I 3 i it SELLS
g' ii I at the office of the supervisor of son and J. J. Griffin; Key Club, .

t I registration. Leo Schumaker will J. L Hutchinson; Kiwanis ,clubsof ;. F
_- describe the entire procedure to Kissimmee and St. Cloud, Gus -

I the. crowd, by way of 'specially installed Lurie and the,,press will be rep- vr'4 NEWSPAPERS
$ t I loud speakers attached to resented by Leo Schumaker, Betty Y. .a .
I the phones. Eby and Bob Berlinsky.
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I For the third year this tableau 'is. being presented, The I t simBlee' .Giizett

depicting 10 from the last hours of the life of ,
scenes*-Star>E&tlur:Wnnam :.;is,apendiag a week ia.Florida skiing
Christ "
on earth. and h.ldiAg'toafereares; ; preparattoa for Aer forthcoming tele- .

ALL VISITORS ARE INVITES ; .vis 1i.tht J .will. :be 0;:filmed: at Cypress Gardens. ,this summerfor ;'" .!; (P -,: : ,

; Corner of Broadway# and ,MafirStreete\ : i ''N.nC: The Aq ,-spectacular in color will be called "Esther
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From Your Advertising Dollar -- .

USE THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE Minimum Charge-Up to 15 Words. . ... .,. 75c. Advertising Deadline, Noon Tuesdays ADVERTISING; MEDIUM IN

CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Additional Words 5c each. Classified Display (boxed) Per Inch $1.10 OSCEOLA COUNTY

The Thursday April 14 1960 -- - -
8 Kissimmee_Gazette. .
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This Week's Special 2 BR Frame Home $6900 yYrY.. .'Y'Y. 2 HOME Canterbury Terrace Area

in excellent condition carport, large well landscaped lot. Newly decorated frame carport., utility room, make a reasonable offer.

REALTORAMA FRAME HOUSE (3 Apartments) . . $6300Quiet

8 neighborhood shade trees $SOO down
2 HR Frame . $2500 New ZBR CBS Home $8495 payment.
In city limits. Partly furnished. Carporte, ntiL room built-in kitchen,$700 dn.


ROBERTSON'S REAL ESTATE Lovely 2 bedroom masonry home with terrazzo floors, Wagner, Broker Vance Buckley, Associate WI
of light ventilation and large closets. Open
plenty cross Terms 201 MAIN ST. 1163953 Terms

324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 6-4493 Wi patio for relaxation. Easy care for BOTH Mother and -- - -- - .
Dad. Beautifully established shrubbery and lawn. <
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.. ROOMS FOR RENT: $35 per
FOR SALE: 46 ft. house trailer. NEW DUPLEXBy FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Small piston type month and up excellent coffee

t\nTlrl"ES Phone TI 68032. McDonald water pump and 10 100' x 200' HIGHWAY FRONTAGE ON 1792. Two shop, St. Cloud Hotel, St. Jim Sloan New CBS 2 BR Home

pMJon teeth -cod condition. $2.- trailers on property. Separate septic tanks and well Cloud, Florida SELL TRADR OR RENT' for

FOR SALEFINE FOR SALE: 1957 Pontiac 2 door 500. Bill Driver ldora Park, with pump. Both trailers furnished and complete with anything of ralue. CBS Pneslabed .r. aaf.nlabed. rlty

hartop. Riedel Motors. TI 68043. cabanas. Perfect for private winter residence, income FOR RENT: Apartments and Z BR e-
t= ....r.a a prperty, on Mobile Home Park. Total price only $8500. Terna. AU W. n WATCHESWide seleetion houses by :week or month. Cotton's fc.ll -lB eleelrlr kitchen .rreHr4 .
FOR SALE: Restaurant frijr- Apartments, North Orange TI 6-8534 ....... If yes are latereated
Bulova Benton Benrus. freezer $350. SERVICES l. a .lee well e...,..ete4 tame
Hamilton and Elgin at Benton' newest type, 24 Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-16-23-30 ibis I. Itt 5fl-aa. ta.._ an left
case cooler $650, grill and 8t'fcS30 CONSULTFLORIDA .a 1\.ka Ay.
Jewelry, OFFEREDINCOME FOR SALE: Modern home, closein.
gas stove 130, counter 2 bedrooms CBS, furnished. PHONE L. G. SHAWGOTI
TtlirnsgxE FUEL OTL. PHILLIPS front and back $40 mirror and
Florida mom corner lot. ravdtr 7-2982
shelves $15. steel base .tables REALTY
"fifi", dwola Oil Co. 111O
+et. lots of citrus and shade.
North Main TI f;-3 Q41. (.10 7 and 24 chairs $200. Inauire TAX SERVICE AD FOUNDFOUND 3 blocks from tank, shown by
Palms Bar, Hwy. 17-92, Polk bookkeeping services at Confidential -
and Osceola county line. Bookkeeping Service,417 COUNSELORS. INC. annointment. Call Mrs. Horton
SHOP KTWMMEE Main Street. Open after hours with S"m Lntifer and Son, bro-

FIRST! FOR SALE: 1957 Plymouth 4- Telephone TI BROADWAY : Young parrakeet, yel kers. TI 62191. Your choice of Lota in
1 by appointment We Boy and
dr. hardtop sedan, torqueflite I, TI lowish green. Owner may claim Trail Subdivision.
Phone 6 x702
SOUVENIRS NOVELTIES 7-2474 Sell Florida same by 'paying for .this ad. WIT.L SACRIFICE: Five com-
transmission, radio, heater, TI $395 Per Lot
CYPRESS KNEES SHELLS power steering and brakes. Rie CHILDREN CARED FOR in my 6.2712 Richards' Sport Shop, 1417 N. plete rooms new furniture. $16 Limited] time only. 80'xllS,
... AAA Main TI '7-2006. tier month balance S: IO. Leaving
RAFFIA del Motors. home. Wil I Iprovide transportation ) -- --------- high and dry. Restricted Home-
BA FOR SALE: Singer treadle sewing FOR RENT: One and two bed- Went of 17.92.R.
ORNAMENTS 3307. LOST: Friday evening, cardboardbox FOR SALE: Six lots and material
machine, good condition. TI Position Wanted room modern mobile homes. Will
L. (Bob) LarsonTI
Special:-BIRD BATH 72007. ::2' =:. take children. No pets. Rainbow containing valuable papers, enough to complete one 2 BR
$398GRACE BOOK KEEPER I EIPERIE\C... also a fishing lure, between l'ou't.! and enough lumber to 7-2704 or write Rt. 5 Box 377
ED. \nrie4 ".kp.a.. Kxeel- Mobile Homes, Michigan Ave.,
RIVERS : FOR SALE: Boat lift winch. Inspect Auctioneering lent ...r...._.. Lat year and a 1 mi. off East Vine St. or Hwy. lakefront and Broadway. $25 frame in another, all for $3000.
GIFT SHOP same at 607 Canterbury I G.t hlchect priee f.r y-" bait withCfcllder.Aim J. F..Elrrtrle... 12O: L Co.Contact .- I 441. reward. Inquire at Gazette of- Thrift miles from ,town. Guy
Lane. .....etiel. er tarn Item. We I tllle St.. Ht. 5 Box 3e:. KlMla fice. Lamb, Rt. 2 Box 2C7.
HFrhwav 17-92 Sooth win ll."ld..* them by me. Fla.WANTED.
nlille Auction.DETTMFU FOR RENT: Modern efficiency 2 ACRES I
working order TI S-TS35: apartments with kitchenettesand Vet ni $30. Roy tiled bath, by week or ESTATEREAL "ilt shoot 8 months. Ifc RM. Good land
SPEIDEL WATCH Wright, Gem Street Route
BANDS: Box 5, : CARPENTER WORK, month. Cow Capitol Court TI 6- Florida RM. Din-Jte Built-in
When 302.
you wear one you wear or repair work including paint- 534L ll-5-12-19-26tf Oven and Steve Ten Terr*'ro 1m OrntrldK Acres
the finest Wide selection atBenton's Floors, Utility RM & Car farina road, eleetrl line
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet, pow EXCAVATING ing. Reasonable. Phone TI 7- realty
Jewelry.' 6-13 FOR RENT: Brand new duplex porte. and mail r*>te.
er brakes, power steering, pow. FILL DIRT 2007. ESTATE FOR SALE .
apartment, two bedrooms, un- $9600 $100GOOD
er seat. 11.000
FOR SALE: 1958 Plymouth Station actual miles, per-
fcrnishcd. Electric and Z RR n..., B seven f. SO, '
range Lot Fish
feet Lake
Wagon (a one-owner condition. 1614 Orange OLIN FORETI 10% ....... .ar..e on TERMS
it's a beauty). Riedel Motors. Blvd. 7-2685 central heat Tile bath, large 18 H A.... *a main alxawarB > rood frame house, 4 large
A Word To The WivesIF rooms, carporte and utility II.'W O. rooms, all wood paneled. Ga- PHONE TI 6-8513 1

FOR SALE: Black and tan miniature DUMP TRUCKS FOR HIRE you need money to buy a room. Located in the city, $75. :. .Acres near Bxprraairar.XOKOO. rare.

I Dachshund, two months car, house furniture Avon See Rita Hunt at the Gazette S: Arrra.....a paved R.... $1MS. $14,000
Spinet .. .
Organ old, will make a good Easter can help you. Earnings $2 to $5 office or phone TI 6-8894 after 10'. %14 Arm OB rood ...... 9443O. 2 BR. CB home. extra large
gift reasonable. TI 6-7613.' STEVE per our. W ritirs.. Vander- 5:30 p.m. 10%" ........ bedrooms liege Florida RM. Corner Lot
BargainsReclaimed burg P. O. Box 2134, Ft. I. A....... kood loeatloB.. .5OO*. very nicely furnished hnilt-in
FOR O K AI'.... :Slain HI..It...,. MZ5O, I HIGH AND DRY
SALE: Fiesta Ware service Pierce Florida. FOR RENT: Furnished apartments 1O% ......... kitchen carporte and Utility SO'xlSO Ernest St.

Lowrey and Ham for eight, linens, miscellaneous a; 221 Verona St Will 2 DR If.... large lot. .nlyD..les. RM, large >wt.

mond like new condition guar dishes, cooking utensils. Call at "AndLawn accept one child .. 8 arron. main alca $14400Beantifnl I LOTS FOR TRAILERS
anteed. Will sell at discount haCk entrance Miller Apts. 15 wen fll.oo. !.% dowa.Blc :1 LOTS FOR HOMES
on l
Lot Lake Wilson
Service RENT House trailer suit- II BalldlaaLota IB cl r. An Street
terms to reliable party. Phone East Park St. Jannie V. Bair. FOR : 3 BR HOUSE on paved
with Trailer 8x26 ft.
MOO. food
$400 Monthly : able for gentleman. Inquire TERMS.
Credit Manager o II... Sltea, extra nice $1.- well electric onlySsOO
FOR SALE: Used gas water beater Hurst's Trailer Park, Hwy. 17- puma
All Kinds of Spare Time S9S.Lakefroat ...,. $
big HollingworthTI
refrigerator *
Streep Music toilet, lavatory 92 south, below the outdoor the- 912SO.
Venetian blinds, coal or TRACTOR WORK atre. 4 Rich Dry Lots, 3 milts 6-4755
Garden 4-2401, Orlando or wood heater. Make offer. TI Refilling and collecting BUSINESSES FOR SALE out. All, for

write 641 N. Orange Avenue 7-2006 or after six p.m. TI 7- Phone.TI 7-2647 money from NEW TYPE FOR RENT: Two bedroom house (......I17.6O9.Rmtaaraat..1 M.... Store, too lo.eatloa. $1$00
2342. Rt. 1 Box 191Prescriptions high quality coin operated with bath, not more than two e oae of the beat. 108 tWlwood Drive: very

in this No children. One mile north on fll.000. nice BR
dispensers area. 2 CB. Breezeway.
1955 FORD 4 door sedan, standard FOR SALE Garage real profit maker,
: Valencia oranges, selling.To 1792. See Oscar McGee on ; Camorte and Utility Rm, can
transmission, radio and 405 East Bass Street. A. P. premises. Kmtaaraat. ...U bat rood. be boorhl on 'rood terms.or .

heater. Riedel Motors. Banta. qualify yon must have ear, 93300.. Servlee sl...... othe beat.** will rent for 180 per mo. p*

Filled references, $600 to $1900 cash. FOR RENT: Two bedroom duplex 57700. $10,500

EGER'STV .fra. .h er pnmptlvwblle Seven to twelve hours weeklycan $70 unfurnished, $85 furnished.TI ..,;..Bar... oKMtoo.o sad Parkace. Store, real. Several nice furnished AptLfor :
,.. walt !a .lr- o.4ltlMd__ net up to $.aOO monthly. 6-8534. gtor. for max and wife ..per.U .
SPINET PIANO fort at S.. ..... Pharmaey. :25Wet More full time. For personal ... 19.000.. rent, $&5 to $75 per mo.
SERVICE I C..tral .,._ft. Mor.rim o :Motel and Restaurant' fSS.- SEE
.'. Cafeteria Orlaade.. P.... interview write P. O. Box 1055 FOR RENT: Apartments, 000.

616 N. Main\ MUST SELL!! OA 5-8693. Boise. Idaho. Include phone 108 N. Vernon, one downstairs NELSONREALTY
number. apartment, one efficiency room, RENTAL PROPERTY
Fast efficient.service on all Davis Agency 3: BK boat, D""........ *M aao.a MEN
We have in this vicinity two apartments, BR m.m*. Hlchlaad. MO mo.
makes of radios TV and beautiful spinet piano which a 25 Broadway or B. J. Meirs, In- 4 BR ..... ....ltl.... (100_.. glare ISO
Attention Grove Own .._ .
3 BR Flab Lake. '15.e.
phonographs. can be purchased by a reliable WANTED: Carpenter work. New tercession City. Large -.... balldlar. flOSBIO.

SPECIAL ALL THIS person with good credit for ers and Cattlemen! and repair, also painting. PhoneTI FOR SALE: New 3-bedroom CBS
RENT New 2 BR CBS duplex
small I
deposit and small monthly Did tfce repeat ftirh water 7-2924. : home. Full tile bath, beautiful WAL-At least we is
MONTH payments. Inquire and heavy ..I.. da mace y-r unfurnished except electric Sun Empire Realty '
tree .r fl..4 year past Bret It Fiat Natloaal Dank BI.... hardwod floors, large "awning insured with
$5.00 off en all picture Manager 345 N. Orange Ave. ... ....t blame It all .. m...tfeerafar range and oil heater, care K..I__... Phoa TI 7-2333 type windows.large utility room,
I Orlando. Phone GArden I.. tile bath desirable neigh
5-4577 ireet ywr dralaairer porte ,
tubes and TV installations. * Orange
borhood ,
I will Cad It U I... t... BO% large landscaped lot on paved
ffeetlv GraM. weeds hys- Call TI pan.
HBth. ravc-laa sad ...."...t. road. Quiet living. Four miles 25 BroadwayTI
have eat II..> Its ftttfttmrfTt 17-92 io Addiaon's Gun
t ..latl.B lira aa .. RENT OR LEASE: Kentucky FOR RENT: Duplex furnishedfive NICE OAK west on 6-4974
Curt Bock the Mover I roar '. ..hae. Dial TIMrB T27O4 Tavern, 4 room cottage, partly rooms,* electric kitchen, 6 Shop and turn right 400 ft
or tao sac and nervier .f lots available. Low down
... SIH.,........U... ifa Ideal f.. furnished, 3H mi. south on 17- phone Mrs. Bob Schmidt, TI SHADEDLOTS Extra
Local and Long Distance Moving ibis type or w...... NO JOB TOO 92. Inquire at Louise Banks, 63661. payment Phone TI 67609. HOUSE
MALL. Oar rl I. .. rabtoraad
Storage and 4D &
Packing Crating I .. call. PLKASB rilE IT. 410 East Vine St. FOR RENT: House trailers, efficiency FOR 8AL*,' Two bedroom new For Sale By Owner

Free Estimates and house trailer house tiled bath, built-in kitchen -
FOR RENT Furnished apartment apts.
: 2 BR CBS Furnished.' Lot 100X
mile southwest of
Phone TI 6-3251 Box 282 KiasimmeeSometimes 205 S. Beaumont for one space. Brown's Motor Ct. and one cityon 100. Several citrus trees.
PLOWING. DISCING. Trailer Park, 1 mi. north of Jenkiq St Gordon Tyson.
or two people, utilities fur Close in. PHONE TI 6-6-102.
MOV.: C lushed. Kissimmee. TI 65324. $550 each

il" Also light blade work. I

SeeErnest FOR RENT: Garage apartment, FOR RENT: House trailer on

Kilbury three rooms, screened porch, 18 lake. Phone TI 6-7846 after Notices
516 Elizabeth St. TI 6-5652 S. Dillingham. Inquire -at 151 4:30 p.m. daily. Agency I Legal

West Monument, Apt 5, TI 6-

FIRE 6574. t T FOR RENT I 25 Broadway-
BR nnfnrnished apartment oa "IICAL TEAR 1MO.lMtTO
e Road. Tarn left -r ....... r,. WHAM IT MAT roxCFRV:'/ !\ AND TO ALI OWVETIS. PERROVW nn
at Drive-in Theatre, pink du- 1QNTWOI. THUTRirT TAXES.
II 3 rooms furnished, by' week NOTirB IS HEREBY OIVEX. In compliance with and ttv authority of
= or plex on right. I Chapter S?*. Florida Statutes a. amended and Chapter XS270. TAW of
: Experienced cashier-- month close In, attractive, PHONE TI 7-2244 Want Spacious Living? Flor'... 1.4., that the Oavernlar Board of Central and Southern
corporation existing! and opT
apply Florida Flood Control District a public
11 6 days a week, 5 pjn. to 9 p.m. (Canterbury Terraee) sling under and by virtue of the Uw of the State of Florida. Intend

Apply in person at Yawn's 118. SOUTH BEAUMONT FOR RENT: Furnished apartment .117. iBaalated J bedroom 2 to adopt the following tentative budget, or as the name amended
for said District for the aacal year beginningJuly 1. !" and ending
Market. TI 6-2303 three rooms, air conditioned hatb boa.... foyer. bate Florida tune I'. 1951.
carporte, screened porch Room. bnllt-la ....-...... dUb.waiber. SUtUnfttM .rnoent t. b* raUed by District taxes $2,907.040.00
SALESMEN WANTED: Several FOR RENT: New BR unfurnished 606 Emmett St Inquire 15% .. dlaaoaml and ...... Priecredaeed Less Tax: ASS.wora Fees _________ 11.999.99

\ Norge sales representatives for duplex $75 month. TI f- West Monument Phone TI 6657.c. drastically .l.* and F..tlm.tM net amount to to>>* raised by District taxes _____$2.*34.oon. .
.., blbtaeva.Kardevlaa. Fund _. 7 so.noo.09Estimated
with General Revenue
this area. Apply in person dry .1-- -- -
8534 822 West Oak other sources ______
it's better to keep ell St. ere. 0-... kavtadammanlty amoant to be received from 5.000.04
your complete resume of background. hand
Estimated tln.blated) or net balance which will be on
Jackson Furniture Company -FIlA -CB ..-..-*- at the beginning of the abov referred to fiscal/ rear -._- 1.275.660

-. in one bosket and then let C West Dakin Ave. tloa with garage o pen. belle __ 14.924,000.00For
total funds available
eggs Friday tkroah .....,. tmate4 -.-. ----- -
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'i WANTED: Boat salesman for Bruce'sSUNSHINE For aeqvlnltioB of land ink-othir ;p ; ..::---==-- 2J5t,::0:o*
See 520 Canterbury Lane For operation and maintenance of the District's \\.ork. 1,5.e.1ISoa
watch it for make boat leads fur
us you popular For Conduct .f the affairs of the District generally -- 241.IISOO:
y niahed. Apply in writing to For .senr. .-..---..--. 1S .QOO.op

P. O. Box 931-W, Kissimmee.. HOMES o ltat.. __
I I Lratima ctd amotnltwhich will appear at the beginning< of
WANTED technician the above referred t* fiscal as obligated upon com-
: Laboratory year
2 aad 3 .BR HOMES For Sale By Owner tnltments mad. but Incomplete -___.._--t 'TOf.ttCUIO
preferably with X-ray experience That .n the Tth day of May. A. D. 1940. at nine o'clock a. tn. la the
qualifications name and Many Clielce Selections. I ONE TEAR OLD CBS HOME principal office of said Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District. .
let Eremla Street West Palm Reach. Florida hearing will be
address of reference in letterto en aWly lcBdora>e4 let a BR.. afforded to All owners, ..noll or entitles who are or may be- subject
6HlT.Nrt P. O. Box 93L-S Kissimmee. 6 te efeease from. 1V4 HI* both*, oerreaod ...... to said District taxes. their attorneys or arents to appear before said
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.ttr. .Ut. awa. Board and show' their objections>> to said Budget.
r. NNLupfer's We Arrcmfe Financing fag wl.d.wa. alldlaa (laaa doorabradlajr This Xetlce. shall be published In the eighteen counties of the District -
MAN OR WOMAN to take over to IZmlC Low dowaB ID accordance with existing laws.
LOW DOWN PAYMENT ymBt. 2525 Bes.met labllMlmmeo This the 'tb day of April 1960.
dealership in Kissimmee.. Prod- Hlchlaads.PHONE CENTRAL AVn SOUTH:ITT FlJORIDA FI/K>D CONTROL
ucts established. Weekly prof- Contact us fer feeeK that are DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD
TI 7-M16 By /Jefferson Davta. Chairman
ifts of $50.00) or more at start JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER IREAI. ) .
possible. No car or other investment ATTEST;
/./ O. E. Dall. Jr.
nece ary. Will help Phone TI 7-2230-TI6-5631 Secretary

Insurance Agency you get started. Write C P... LOTS FOR SALE: Large, high Members .f Beard

135 Ruble Depts A-2, Watkins and dry, city Water and aewera. mild e.k Ylce-ehalrmu
12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 6-2191 Products Inc, Memphis 2, Tennessee BRUCE PARTIN, Bertiefer and Good location. Phone TI 7-2982 Brian W 1L 1L' H r

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Kisslmmee Gazette. Thursday. April 14. 1960 Page 1A Easter Cantata "Tragedy To --- Coast Districts competing :for the picnic and social committee National advertisers' annual expenditure
Triumph' by Hambleh and a cordial j ih j i 1 : i if -, 0 < I four cash prizes and the usual) vided coffee, donuts and in newspapers since
welcome is extended to all. rA I trophies. Al Hunt made the presentations I I wiches for the players and SI'O-I 1950 has increased by over 220
Methodist Choir To The program will be under the and eight ladies of the cials. million. .
direction of Mrs. E. M. Jones and .
I there will be special solos by Mrs. I
Robert Eby, Mrs Harold Hall, -. -: 1
Present CantataThere Stanley Anthony and Walter J j "''.''''''?/!!IIX .. >- '..-
Weber. ,, x:;\.. "

will betwo morning by Staley. Sunday school classes hold On Monday the W.S.OS will f ;'>. r"'
worship services at the First will meet at their usual time 9:45 their general meeting at 3 : w if '
Methodist Church on Easter Sunday a.m. and there are classes for all pjn. in the educational building. .
April 17, with Rev. Henry ages and a nursery for infants There will be an election of officers .
Guy bringing the special Easter and small children. The second presentation of Life Mem- ''i : {
message at both services. The worship service will begin at 11OC Hership pins, and a program by
first service begins at 8:30 and and the Chancel Choir will .sing, the children of.the junior depart- l 4 4SSi
the Chancel Choir will presentthe "Dark and Dawn" by Sibelius. ment of the Sunday school. The
anthem, "Eastern Morning" On Sunday afternoon at 3:00 Susannah Wesley Circle will
there will be serve as hostesses.The r _
a special Infant
White Christening Service in the sane. Children's Choirs rehearse :zI
Pretty tuary. after school on Tuesday in the
NYLON APRONS The Methodist Youth Fellowship educational building.The .
will meet for supper at 6:00,; Prayer and Bible Study
FOR EASTERANN'S Hour will be conducted in the
followed by the MYF programSat
: educational building on Wednes TOURNAMENT WINNERS-The Hunt Bros. Tonrnament closeda
APRON GIFT SHOP 6:30. : : very busy season at the Kissimmee All-States Tourist Club this ,
315 Main St. Kissimmee On Sunday evening at, 7:30 the day evening at 7:30. week. Al Hunt, who with his brother Pete sponsored the tournament -
The Methodist
Chancel Choir will present the Men will' meet is shown above as he presented the trophies to the winners. farris BRYANT
for supper and their regular They are left to right, Mr. and Mrs. Herb HalL! ;Mirror Lake, y _
monthly meeting on Thursday' at second place; Mrs. and Mr. Web Smith, St Cloud first place and _
RE-ELECT :, 6:30 in the bungalow.The Hunt. (Photo. by Cooper) \ "a
Chancel Choir will meet Florida's Most Honored
for rehearsal on Friday, April 22
OREN w. .1, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eb .
Jones, 515 _Poinsettia_ Lane at k Ih +ji
BROWN 7:30 pra.New ... _
tk k
I A lifetime of dedicated service has brought of Commerce. Ke is the only man to
England Club' Farris Bryant more honors; for outstanding receive this honor /"or. than once.
OSCEOLA COUNTYCOMMISSIONER .R To Meet Tuesday : : contributions to our state and nation than In 1949. 1953 'and 1955 he was named

.f The New England Club of St. any oth.r man In Florida. Most Outstanding Member of.the Florida
Cloud will hold the"last1 meeting. Here are Just a few: House of Representatives in a poll of
(District One) of the season on April 19th at 12 He received the "National Distinguished newspaper editors and writers.
noon at the St. Cloufi' community Service .Award" from the U.S. Junior H. was cited for"Outstanding Service"
house. Chamber of Commerce in 1948. to the State and the University by the
Subject to the Each one bring. his own -.4: In 1948 and again in 1950 he was University of Florida In 1953. He was .
Democratic Primary '' food and table service. The club named one of Florida's Re Outstanding named by members of the Legislature tnsecret
will furnish the coffee, cream Young Men by the Florida Junior Chamber balloting as:
3rd and '1.1Zar.Orange ., '
on May
Gardens 1947 "First Termer With Most Promise" PLUS
Oren Brown is a native of Osceola County, a prop' Sunrise Service Set "Member of Most Effective 3-Mon Delegation"
erty owner, businessman and rancher who city, d r e
pays "
AU-Around Member of House"
1949 "Most Valuabli
Easter sunrise will lie :
county and state taxes. He is civic-minded as evidencedby
held at the Orange 'Gardens Community *1 PLUS "Most Outstanding House Member, m
his membership in the Elks, Chamber of Commerce, House at 6 o'clock. "Risen Committee"
Junior Chamber, the Athletic Association and others.
Indeed" will be the subject ol ._ a p 1951 "Most Valuable AO-Aroimd Member of House"
the message to be given by. Revzw. PLUS "Member of Most Effective 3-Man
OREN BROWN STANDS FOR P.. Hanks. There will- .be special RUNNERS-UP-Chris and Mary Luhn of St. Cloud, left, placed p Delegation"
music by-a choral! group. fourth in the Hunt Bros. tournament at Kissimmee this week.
Everyone is. welcome to this Third place winners were Louise Amrhein and Al Notestine! of e 1953 "Most Valuable Ail-Around Member of House"PLUS
working: .for a better administration, better roads in service. Orlando. Al Hunt left, congratulates the winners. (Photo by "Member of Most Effective 3-Man ,
better repair, cooperation with the city commissionersof Cooper) e Delegation" ,
both( Kissimmee and St. Cloud, a well organized .welfare ) 1955 "Most Valuable Member of Legislature" PLUS
program to take care of those who need it, cooperation "Most Effective House Debater."
with the school ioard, and various civic groups I I GttII-
iso .. .. _
for the betterment of all Osceola County and its citizens "'I speak !the same N -ml.i-d,.1-+are..I...p.4 S',..tK hi N;....0,4.t.r ..-

at all times. language in all:parts:

of Florida..l worit.;

Your- Vote For OREN BROWN weigh what I do or

say against whether.

I On May 3rd Will l Be it winS or loses rotes- al. i
I myself b
; concern 9rt
only with whether; 1 1z W. B. STEPHENS

V: Gratefully Appreciated. tbt1S8ueJI ,

Mt .. b 4.. f I \
right orurrong"
5, 5 5 Asks Your Support For The Office of

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CONSOLATION-Consolation winners in the Hunt Bros. Tournament Y
The following is an at the Kissimmee All-States Tourist Club were, left to right,
; .i from the min Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Holcomb. Kissimmee and Mrs. and Mr.
% to : sac excerpt
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George Fiefield of Palmetto. (Photo by Cooper)
utes of the Osceola Born in Bartow Florida April 17 1915
) ,
County School Board,

+ dated"The December superintendent 7,1954: .r Webster Smiths Wins MeetThe I f, ,

;, ., W. B. STEPHENS
r presented a request to Invitational, Mixed Dour! second prize, Herb and Mae Hall, :
the board from the following les, shuffleboard tournament was Mirror Lake St. Petersburg; third CREATE HARMONY AND BETTER RELATIONS'nETIVEE'N COUNTY OFFICE,
x r residents of the /tti held April 5-6 at the Kissimmee prize, Al Notestine and Louise SCHOOL PERSONNEL AND PARENTS. S
Kenansville area for as- All-States Tourist Club under the Amrhein- Orlando and fourth
sistance in the way of sponsorship of Hunt Brothers.Lou prize went to Chris and Mary ADD MORE VOCATIONAL. COURSES FOR STUDENTS NOT GOING. TO I
transportation grants: Dettman and Lee Streeter Luhn, St. Cloud. Consolation win- COLLEGE. '
g !CARL to 1& were in charge of the last inter- ners were Mr. and Mrs. George
r' L. J. Harvey district and state-wide tournament Fifield, Palmetto and Mr. ad
Wesley HancockIt GOVERNOR of the season as arrangedby Mrs. Grant Humphrey of Kiashn-
the Florida Shuffleboard As- mee.There MAINTAIN EXISTING SCHOOL SITES. _
was moved by Mrs. sociation Inc. were 118 entries from 28
Hettinger seconded by file p.MtltL.ovtimifi tirr First prize winners were Webster clubs of the Central, Northern
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.h eau!* ** (Paid Political Advertisement)
Armstrong that each of I and Janet Smith, St. Cloud; Southeast Southwest and l West

them be assisted, at the .',
JAMES W. WEBB rate of $1.00 per day, -

retroactive to September 7, 1954, as long as there were :
sufficient funds. All ayes, no nays. Motion carried." :
i eN -
This amount was paid for a period of two yearsat ,$
the rate of $1.00 for each school day, to !Mrs.\ Thelma

Harvey, wife of my opponent, L. J. Harvey. t .
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The requirements of state law under which such - -

transportation grants are made, state that the person I -
receiving transportation grants must live two miles or $
more from the school.)
It.i: S9 MO.

TWO MILES\ OR !MORE\ Yet the courthouse records .- : ,
show that my opponent claimed homestead ex-
emption during this time on a residence definitely less YY-

than two miles from the school during: his period. 2





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AS OSCEOLA COUNTY I, ORLANDO I 0 rat,. lerae Let ,w.-,..w.u Carpet*J.',

Central ..Water e*4 Sewer 8.;tfr-ut 'Kite..III. .

cOMMLssIOrJEiS ; .. Curbed fir Pert Streets.. Tve TiU4 forks/
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IN THE DEMOCRATIC }- .5r"A, w lue f t DIRECTIONS 0 Rotfiotion. T.nt west of South Orange Blossom Troil orKissMnme
; wsatsres HigkUntft sign Yt mil* north of KissimmoeCry
PRIMARY ELECTION ON MAY\ 3rd. t E Limits fhoae TILDCN 72621."Ie .

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2A The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, April 14, 1960 I home of Mrs. Sarah Johnson with ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Six Initiated Into \
Mrs. Immaroe Johnston assistingas ...... "" "':" t
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Junior Woman's Club
Garden Diggin's bloom hostess.from the Lucy Bauhiniatrwsnd Gunn displayed J. : -. < <..'!t K .' The Junior Woman's Club met All Around Ke

I I explained the culture needed for = Tuesday at the Catholic Hall fot ansvmeJ
it. Sarah Johnson with the aid of a covered dish supper, sponsoredby By BBTTIE BASS I
By PAT DUKE Catie Sippel (I just discoveredthat the Ways and Means commit-
Katie her .
"April prepares her green traffic Bauhinia, the caster lillies full of Catie! apes using name tee.An original skit by Mrs. C. W.
light and tae world thinks bud (just waiting until the day the specimen gave blooms a program of Sarah's Foster entitled "Springtime". was Mrs. EMe Lee Petenoo and "The Little Do? LavgJMT in
go"+ so quotes Mr. ChiatopherMorley. after Easter to open), and above large collection. The nominating presented by' the Kissimmee Mrs. Reba Wallace of Tampa which Claudia tins a }iIP't.'
How true but if the all this "cold front" that just committee presented the follow- Woman's Club. Those taking: part were week cod guests of tftec* The Lake View Baptist Chnh
church did not keep us informed moved in from the south pole. : ing slate of ncers, who were were Mrs. Roy Prentis, Mrs. Rufus father, G+re l Baisdea, aed broth is looking forward to a revival
upon the Holy Season-we would Why do they call it cold front elected with no opposition: presi Y. Suhl, Mrs. Cecil Norris Mrs. and family, Mr. and. Mrs. Acus service to begin April 18 at 7:30
know regardless, for nature reveals when it is back front that Kenton sus Baisden. is to
your dent, Rowena Jewell vice q vb D. E. Cooperider, Mrs. Carl P m Rev. C. C. Cannis-gham
it. The green of the trees, gets turned to the heater! Agnes Hildebrandt; record-president t? F h. Mrs. Fred Conard, Mrs. Wil- Dianne and Ricky Baitden went do the preachteg. A welcome is
the beautful Florida Orchid or The Daylily Circle met at the ing secretary fteeiy Needham; ; liam Sippel, Mrs. Jessie Klein. to Tampa with their aunts to extended to all

treasurer, Julia Sharp; corresponding x man, Mrs. Etta Dearmfci and stay until Easter. A reminder also, that April
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns and
',' secretary, Immaroe John .. Misses Jean and Janet Foster. 23rd is the date set for the workat -
: Eatl Kissim
have moved back to
i:.,, RE-ELECT ston. There were 18 members and .... .Mrs.over Harold the' Farmer business then meeting.presided mee. Carl is again working with the church and cemetery. Anyone
visitor The next who and will and
one present. can come
Devotions were read Mrs. Murray the Sheriff's Department
meeting is with the most enticing .. by take welcome.
one : part are
: ,
ti Arnoldare
,. Overstreet Jr. It was decided Mr. and Mrs. George
a ; RALPH ment -name I hope- a that Conservabridge-perhaps 1 k"..,a. t w ;,xs .' that the club banquet will be held I having a house built on their This Ft. reporter Pierce April aad family 9th to wentto the
northeast Kenansville.
May 13th at the Presbyterian property
can get to their meeting for I ,;?: :' ";',; :- : Church.At Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stinson and home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover
have been all to *> .
hurting year six children and Mr. aDd Mrs. Glenn Taylor. We also watched tab
the close of the meeting
YATES mow servabridgement what in the could world be. a eon- { < r ., : : new members. Mrs. Dave Burch-. Baisden made a short visit to Sandy Shoes Festival parade and
field, Mrs. Larry Gross Mrs. Fred Miami April 3rd to be with relatives saw Mr. Sam McClelland and
Here we go again! It is amazing .,,t. Jenkins, Mrs. Walter McDowell and friends at church services Oscar Lee Yates ride by on
As Member (for once I co agree with the ',t Mrs. Jackie Steele and Mrs. Walt there. horses. Will have to admit that
nusband) how we manage to get Weber, initiated. Miss Claudie tass: has been a we saw and heard some mighty
Osceola County any real gardening done with all were frequent visitor in the home of good bands in the parade but
-. this trotting hither thither, and Miss Marion Newton of St. Cloud just couldn't help from wonder
School Board yon. Betty Meti er and Marilyn Rebekah OfficersTo especially during 'the week of re Just why the St. Cloud and Kis
Dietrich are off Tuesday for the hearsal of the senior class play simmee bands were not there.
(District Twos ) Annual Convention of the Florida A, w '' J, Meet Monday
Federation of Garden Clubs in The Officers Club of the Kissimmee
Subject To'The Palm Beach to open Tuesday t ti Rebekah Lodge will meet I

{ MAY 3RD DEMOCRATIC night through Thursday. Happy ., 0 ; _. Monday, April 18th, at 7:30 p.m.
sitting and listening to you both. Ji ,'':.'' ": .. Q K, g :$ at the home of Mrs. Tommy Lee, e a!
RALPH YATESEXPERIENCED PRIMARY' Garden therapy will be the program MISS JEAN SHARON KEENE 1321 Mabbette. a
: presented by Marion Stark
this Thursday certtoon when the a '
: AND WITH THE WELFARE OF Rose Circle meets at the home of A piece of camphor ice stored Congratulations to the Murray t
: SCHOOL CHILDREN AT HEART. Iva Thrush with Maud Williams 1 Jean Keene To Wed I I with silverware will keep it from Rogers who celebrated their wed ,
co-hostess. Joseph lannucci tarnishing. ding anniversary Tuesday.
: CAPABLE, OF INDEPENDENT THINKING. Plant some green stuff, money, Mr. and Mrs. Otn Keene an
-. '.. and let it grow, women may I remind nounce the engagement of their -
you that your annual dues daughter Jean Sharon, to Joseph
: Courageous Enough To Work. are again upon you. And flint does Anthony lannucci, son of Mr. and SAVE qT ,,, OOOOOO6 OOO 6 OOOOOOO OOOO Q
: Convictions ,, remind me-I got loose in a nur Mrs. Anthony lannucci of Toledo,
: For His OWN b
sery recently and the net result is .
l J
that what may look like arthritis Ohio.Miss Keene was graduated from CLIP THIS COUPON
: RALPH YATES t"t of the middle back-bone is just Osceola High School with the 1 CERTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO
three bundles too many of rooted class of 1957 and is currently I.THIS
Candidate For Re-Election AsMEMBER azalea sticks. Next time Ill knowit employed as bookkeeper at The Top Value Stamps
.,. isn't altogether "tight wadi. Kissimmee Gazette.
: OSCEOLA COUNTY SCHOOL ness" but fear that I'll be too Mr. lannucci: was graduatedfrom
crippled to work that keeps Bill the DeViliss High Schoolat I FREE AT YOUR NEAREST
: BOARD yelling about going wild in a nur Toledo. He Is a dental techni- WINN-DIXIE STORE
: ( District Two) sery. cian stationed with the United
Lottie Ford will entertain the States Air Force at McCoy Air Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With -.
: .' ( -,-Paid Political ddvcrtltemQnq< Hibiscus Circle with Virginia Force Base. + -. April 17th A $5.00 or More Food Order -
The wedding will be an eventof f

May Catholic lath Church at the Holy at 4 p.m.Redeemer AU- FM S .1 1)ooOOOOOOOOQ OOO OOOOOOOOO OOOOQOOOOOOO [U]

friends of the couple are invited.

: New ets= Houston and Mrs. Robert Pollum
helping her next Thursday after
ePAT. upER noon. The expert hostess, Ruth INSTANT Giant
Griffin will discuss formal and
--- informal table settings and she 10-oz.

knows her business about it. MAXWELL
,,, D Memories will linger for months L.
,over the recent successful Flower Limit one
5 , Show. It was so well attended, with a $5 00or
a people came from all over tho HOUS E
: district, and our St. Cloud friends Food Order
really came over in carloads. s
r 1i Thanks friends.

Mrs.{ G. C. Prentice i M .

--i Feted on Birthday a O FbOU[
Mrs. G. C. Prentice was hon R 5 c 391
ored on her 80th birthday whena e

PE1iD. surprise dinner was held for
her husband
attending were
::belici"ouJ G. C. Prentice, S-Sgt. and ---
ONLY Mrs. W. H. Prentice and daugh-
Including BURIED TREASURE I ters, Cathy and Carol, Mrs. Plez PURE- SHORTENING
Johnson and daughter Judy, all
What a treat 1 NOW a' large cup of Super Sue Orange of Kissimmee; Mr. and Mrs. R.E.
a Sherbert and Vanilla Ice Cream-and a different plastic Prentice and children Randy and =
Buried Treasure in each cup-all for only 10$. Yes,24 lli
Alice Sue of Ft. ;Meade, Mr. and
different kinds of toy figures to collect Have fun with
this Sue Mrs. J. A. Prentice and sons, RITE 3 39 1
good eating Super Special. Get some to-day. Can
Jimmy and Johnny of St. Simons .
A different sur-PRIZE in EVERY Island, Ga.
Mr .and Mrs. W. B. Carroll of
Super Sue Buried Treasure Cup. Plant City and Miss Pat Mar-
shall of Lake Park. Limit one with a $5.00 or more Food Order



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Obituaries I I' o'clock Monday from the Grissom Young Folks On IncreaseIn I The )KUsimmee Gazette, Thursday, April 14, 1960 Page 3A

chapel, with the Rev. Maurice Kissimmee Police
Grigsby. minister emeritus of the II' Department State, Study Shows I Easter Sunrise Masons\ To Meet\
William W. Hill out of the service in the Philip First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Vacation CheckNAME
Succumbed pines. Master Masons served as Vacancy "Ft ridians in the 5 to 1? age Service ScheduledAn Monday Night
FridayMr. He .was a life member of Akron casketbearers. Spanish American croup have trained more since
William W. Hill, 84, of 109 Lodge Number 527, F.&A.M., War veterans and V. F. W. mem- 1950, in numbers and in percent, Easter Sunrise Service will A stated meeting of Orange
Palmway, Kissimmee, passed Gautana Consistory, Scottish Rite bers conducted military honors at ... than any other are bracket in be conducted at 6 a.m. Easter Blossom Lodge No. 80 Free and
several P. L F. W. Rose Hill Grissom Funeral 0" the state" the Florida State morning. at the lakefront, sponsored Accepted Masons will be held
months Bodies Manila V.
away Friday after Cemetery.
ADDRESS u.__ l.-.8 .__..__._____..._ by the Kissimmee Ministerial Monday, April 18, at 7:30 at the
illness.A Post of St. Cloud, a Past Com- Home was in charge of ar Chamber of Commerce pointed out

native' of Akron, New York, mander of the U. S. W. V. En- rangements. Leaving --'--_*'...< .'ij,5.' Return :.---.....---.....-...---_ yesterday after a study of official Association.Rev. :Masonic Temple.
he had been a resident of this campment of Kissimmee, and the : .. reports. Jimmy Cox of the First Master Masons are invited to-
community for the past 17 year Kissimmee All-States Tourist Lloyd Bass Services Will light be onJL-: "The rain in this teen-age groun Chrsitian Church will be the attend.
A veteran of the Spanish Club. .* 4 exceeded half r million, of 98% speaker, assisted by Dr. H. P.
American War, he was mustered Funeral services were held at 2 Held Here Sunday Address to contact in emergency _....___._ from 1 L. Kirkland, Calvary Chapel,
)fr. Lloyd Bass, 49, of 2333 ................_....-....-..--. state date.showed Only'a higher one other per small cent and Rev. Dorr Van Etten, First E S
Hyde Park Road, Jacksonville,_ Presbyterian Church.
member of a pioneer Osceola Who will, have key.and permission to enter? ...... tiN{ the national average was 37%.
The in-
TO -years eroun
County family and a practicing ev--...a KI 79% in Florida and
attorney in Jacksonville since __-on One guava supplies four times
MY FRIENDS 1939 passed aw.y there in the Zlrr nationally. the adult daily reuirement for
Baptist Hospital Thursday after "Accompanying this f!in in Vitamin C.
several hours illness. The Kissimmee Police Department is again offering: its services to youngsters was 9increase
My sincere thanks to
you Born in Kissimmee, September check the property of citizens who plan to be away on vacation (about 200.000) in the number of CHILDREN'S WEAK'
for your overwhelming := 20, 1910, the son of Mr. and Mrs. this summer. If you wish to avail yourself of this special, free service persons 65 years old and older. Birth through Sv.bTecMaASSOOI
expression of confi David Ackes Bass, he attended clip the above coupon fill it out, and give it to Police Chief This is the highest rate of gainof

dente in me as your public school here and was a Bob Best at the Police Department in the Fire Station. any state and way above the AS
national of the trade YOilnOiftLa7ette
figure 37%"
Circuit Judge. d I regret it ; graduate of Osceola High School. bodv commented. 8 ..U.UN1II'ae1'7Ii..r.U.
He was a member of the Wood- ... iRKINTi
is impossible for me to f lawn Baptist Church, Jackson. George Schlofman Social Security "Following the national pattern. _

see_ and thank all of you '! vine, the Jacksonville Bar Association Rites Held Sunday Deadline RecalledYou the middle, or working-age, group ......-
personally.II the Florida Bar Association pained at a slower pace in Florida -
.. .. The 18 to 44 M ll8 CALL ORLANDO COLLECT
were mow
and was a veteran of World The remains of Mr. George know that April 15, 1960is avers
will be appreciated end most War II.Survivors. Jacob Schlofman, 95, who passed the deadline for filing 1959 income by 46% and the 45 to 65 year olds 1024 Kubl Ave. CH 1-3322
helpful if yen will remind your include his wife, Eva away here April 1, were forwarded tax returns. were 38 more, 1950 to 1958. Dixie Village
friends to M. Bass, Jacksonville; two sisters early Friday to Bradford, But do you know that this dateis Total civilian population increased
.. Mrs Effie Simmons and Ohio where final services'were to also a deadline for a social security 62% in Florida during that time. Orlando

VOTE :Mrs. Ruby Bass, both of Kissimmee be held Sunday afternoon, with beneficiary to file an annual "By 1958, Flo,idians 65 years
TO KEEP ; two brothers, Leroy R. Bass entombment in Harris Creek Cemetery report of earnings, reminded CoL end older made up 10.21'of the
of Miami and YfilMam Bass of Mausoleum. Grissom Funeral Byron R. Patton, district manager state's population. This figurewas
Kissimmee. Home was in charge of ar of the Orlando Social Security 8.6% in 1950. The 5 year olds : i4
Funeral services were held at rangements. office? changed from 10.7'hto 11.7%.
2 o'clock Sunday from the Gris- If you received Social Security The teenagers from 19.8% to 242

som chapel, with Dr. H. P. Amos, benefits and if you earned per cent. ,
Portraits of ChristTo
I minister of the First Baptist more than $1200 during 1959, you "Significantly, the 18 to 44 age _
CIRCUIT JUDGE Church, officiating. Casketbearerswere Be PresentedThe must file a report of your earnings group drooped from 40.3: to
; Cecil McLaughlin, Ralph 36.3<%< : and the 45 to 64
First Christian Church will with the Social Security Administration age: group .
9th Judicial Circuit Yates, Henry Simmons, MurrayW. present for the third time, the by April 15, 1960. from 206<%< to 17-5 ," the State

Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard, Indian River, Overstreet, Jr., Edward Brin- tableau "Portraits of Christ" on Even if you earned over '$1200 Chamber pointed out. BE :
and Glenn Intermentwas
son :1.
are entitled to receive benefits
St. Lucie, Martin and Okeechobee Counties. in Rose Hill Cemetery. Gris Easter Sunday, April 17th, at you
for months in which
any you
som Funeral Home was in chargeof 7:30 pm.The did not earn over $100. If Free MethodistsList
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 3 1960 pageant consists of ten you SURE TO :
,_ arrangements. ", scenes depicting the last hours of were in business for yourself in ActivitiesThe

Pad; Political AoV. By Campaign Treasurer Jesus. They are replicas of famous 1959, you are entitled to receive
Gazette Advertising Pays paintings such as "The Last checks for months in which you last two Sundays of April, = DEAL
Supper," "The Betrayal" "In did not actively engage in your will mark the close of a special
The Garden of Gethsemane" and business. You must file this report enlargement campaign for the DIRECT
"The Ascention"; to receive the payments.You Free Methodist Church. March
Music will be furnished by the do not have to file a reportif and April were designated by the WHEN YOU
GENERAL ELECTRICrB"'IG" choir with a solo by Mrs. Charles you did not earn over $1200 in entire denomination for this Enlargement :
r TindalL 1959or you were over age 72 the Campaign. During this HEED A =
entire year, CoL Patton said. period each church strives for
:" ": Mrs. Tindall will also narrate ,
FOODjFHESZER::; the Scripture. The part of Pilate All beneficiaries received a post both numerical and spiritual -
.. HUX11T will be portrayed by Dr. Tindall, card with their March 3 social security gains. A real effort is made to .
b : : the Mother Mrs. Ken check, according to Cot enlist every member of the churchin HOMELOANDon't
w Mary by
.... ._...... neth Armstrong, Mary Magdaleneby Patton This card can be used to a forward move for the church.A .
i Mrs. Valeria Chitwood, Peter get the report form. If you need feature of the Easter Sun
puts food within easy reach!
by L. J. Dorminy and The Master held with this report, visit your day Services will be special music go "all round Robin Hood's bard"when
AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD! by Tom Tefteller.The local Social Security office at 26 by the newly organized young' you want to borrow for a home.
directed East Central Ave., Orlando, Fla. people's choir. The pastor, v,,.
tableau was written and Come straight here!'We know this
Stores Almost by Mrs. Robert Zamarra. You may lose additional benefits -I Carl Beatty, will speak in the
TOUR HUNDRED The public is cordially invited. Col. Patton cautioned, for Sunday morning service on the community thoroughly-we know you,
$19995 failure to report on time. subject, "The Message After the I or want to-we can make all the decisions
Pounds of Food Cross," and in the Sunday eve
2.\0. .... STOVES REFRIGERATORS ning service on the subject-"With :' s and give you friendly, fast service.

Used Infant Harry Hess the Cross-Identification." You're sure to be satisfied when you

: PARKS FURNITURE CO. FURNITURESewell Died Friday MorningHarry \ Sunday A service school training workers course is currently for- make C:your loan deal direct!
St. Cloud
1 KISSIMMEE "; Thurmond meeting at the church each
........ 'fi _, 1815 W. Church_- 72 W. Pine Hess, infant son of Mr Monday evening from 7:00-9:00: JIRSSFEDERAL
...._ s' *"' ORt.ANDO.-; and Mrs. Albert Hess, died-,,t a o'clock. ,,
)local hospital Friday morning.
I Besides his parents he is survived i a.iutUtU4a wJt
by one brother, Tommy,I CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

Inez.Funeral 110 Dakin Ave. (Brahman Inn ....'bii".em".___'
services were held at Hotel) Sunday Services 11 a.m. ,9
the graveside Friday afternoon, ounuay School 9:30 a.m. KISSIMMEE {!i!, ST. CLOUD

JAMES CECIL (DOC) TYSON under Funeral the Home.direction of the Riedel Wed. Night Services 8 p.m. I, NOME OrMCI LAir "..

: .SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION c-ditloaIDr-t.emperatww mad U order- See Tb Daub Share Chevy Show la color Sunday. NBC-TV-
..<; .l.{.. for aa-westba comfort.Get a demontratioa! the Pal BOOM Chevy Showroom weekly ABC-TV.
.r Osceola ,
4. ;
,t' ,;
: x- .f;- a
educational for child in Osceola : +
A proven, positive program every r \
County. Fully qualified to meet accreditation standards set by Southern'::: t f P
-' f .
Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. > .;: ,

Almost 12 years actual experience in the Office. v a J, S

I Democratic Primary, May\ 3, 1960 :

: S_
'< ,f

1. A native of Osceola County. Married. ,

2. A graduate of St. Cloud High School and of the University of Florida with both Bacheolr'sand ",'' : 1

Master's Degrees. !' -- '
3. Hold both Professional Certificate and Post Graduate Teacher's Certificates. Certificate includes BrooJcwood l-Door S-Passenger Station Wagon" IIn.'es

; school administration and supervision. Fully qualified to meet accreditation stand.. <. .; :'.- 1
ards set by Southern Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. ,' '.. \ : *
'. .
4. Almost 12 years experience in the office. t' '
5. Member of: First Baptist Church, 'General Secretary of Sunday School; P. T. A., Masonic; ' ,:' .: ,.t"., .-

Lodge, Scottish Rite, .Shrine, Florida Education Association, Florida Superintendents .,Association -., '. '' 'i'' .. .
: Chamber of Commerce. .:.-i *** -= .,.- "
4;' Anyone who's looked around knows

MY\ RECORD: "h' !:a- .:3' 0 'CHEVY YOU the majority of Chevrolet models-ffs

1. A record of achievement. -. .:.;,;.;: ", ,' and Vffs together-list for less than

e.!. 49 classrooms built during my administration.Lunchroom '_ :- )., :, '...' U comparable models of other low-priced

r. at Osceola High School. i : ,;, : ,> '; can. But the price is only
-' vocational agriculture buildings in County. ",Jj&'*;:; : -. :; s, one of a whole ifot'ros tt
at St. Cloud High School, (to be part.of' future gymnasium). 1 A '" ,,.- .
Shower and locker buildings ..._ CAN'T BUY ANY Chevy does better by your dollars.
"* '', JOJ* / q'.
;! 3 new school sites purchased. *V' : ;; i .
; '* *w '* :. : :i Nothing near Chevy's %e and price can
,. :. Expansion of other sites. tI':. '. '! match the Full Coil cushioning} of Its
:, Existing buildings renovated and repaired. 'k: ; :t ride, or the fine, finished workmanship
t._ 2. Maintained a school program planned democratically and in keeping with the best known : ,:.?t'f,< ; of its Body by Fisher. That even applies

..' educational practices. Established a progressive school system which offers the maximum ii. -' ;:L a CAR. FOR LESS to some cars that cost a lot more. You're
opportunities for children and which meets the standard for accreditation by both the State :'.. .:" up in the higher price brackets before
: you find a car that moves aa quietly as a
of Schools and Colleges. ,
and the Southern Association Secondary : >
", Chevrolet or offers the inner space that
t 3. Safeguarded the taxpayers' investments through our present economical maintenance and Chevrolet does.

building programs. Osceola County is receiving top quality buildings at an estimated cost. ... ': Or look at the extras Chevy gives yon
of three-fourths the average state-wide cost. '? : UNLESS IT'S'A -at no extra cost-that others in its class

4.: Raised teacher qualifications and. salaries. '. s, I can't offer at any price.Shock-cushioned
i BBH steering. Safety Plate"" Glass in every win
dow. Keyless locking of all doors. Crank-
MY\ PLATFORM\ : ly,A V .. operated vent windows. Chevrolet offers
1. The educational welfare of children is a sacred trust. I shall continue to place the educational .' : --: .'-'. : the widest choice of power teams, too.
welfare of your children in true perspective and above all other considerations. I will ": ,. ; LOT LESS CAR'' Drive a Chevy just once.
not misrepresent the truth concerning jour schools; neither will I attempt to mislead the people ;.. Y:i- :_ [ Y ouU have a tough time L11tOlET-

'by making false claims nor by representing that which cannot be realized. :. ,",1 : : ', settlingforanythingless.

2. I will continue to work for,harmony in our schools, but will not endorse either an unworthy '',: ... For<< & & transportation

example or inferior instruction. Harmony at the expense of children violates the ethics of ;" ;} 'f;, -

the teaching profession. Your Board, Trustees and Superintendent have a right and a re- ;:_ ; .

sponsibility to know that your children are getting the education which is due them. ., -1 Seeyourlocal l l authorized Chevrolet dealer for fast delivery, favorable deals

3. I will'\continue to use my experience and understanding of the school problems of Osceola '1' ___

County for uninterrupted progress in the development of the school program. "Fx':
4. I am under commitment to work for a reasonable tax program. ,"Y


4 -:. JAMES CECIL (DOC) TYSON r ;; ;r ,

(Paid Polltlcil= Advertisement) : :;. ale "t IX MONUMENT AVENUE KISSIMMEE, FLORID PHONE TI ""-37"!


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rare fA The. KIWmmte; Gazette, Thursday, April II. 1960 '$19.SO-$22.75) medium $1&?19.50,

116$18.25.Common .

1\ and medium 'heifers

$16-$19.25, yearlings" up to $20.
Orange Gardens JottingsBy Common stocker cows $16.25-

$113iO, inferior $13$16.50.Medium .
and good stocker calves
ANNA J. REYNOLDS .over 250 Ibs $21-$23.75, common
$18-$2i25, under 250 lbs. medium

L $24-50-$23.50, common $22-$25.50
--""-- --""--- --""---- ,with roping calves bringing mostly -
- -- -- -
w $26.25-$31.
This is .the .time of year when question. "That's easy. My 11

many of the folks in the Gardensare year old son!" 1-

making plans for their sum "With a single stroke of the
i brush," laid -the schoolteacher
mer vacation trips. Some will go PASTIMES INSPORTS
who was taking her class throughthe
back to their former bomes .to art gallery, "Joshua Reynolds '

visit ,their friends and .relatives, could change a smiling face into By Richards.
some have farms which will need a frowning one."
attention -daring the 'summer Came the voice of one small
months, and some will spend the boy, "So can my mother." WISHTMATauY Warn
SATURDAY APRIL time mountain and sea RLAz l .
side resorts. Whatever their des KissimmeeLivestock
tinationthe rest of us 'who haveno
such plans will wish them a
wonderful summer, and look for 'I
ward to their return in the early
fall. Market ReportBy

However, judging from the out
JEWEL line of plans for the coming season *
BE as listed in this month's Or- the Kifisimmee Livestock .
ange Gardens Bulletin the warm Market Wednesday, April 6, 333 .
months to come should pass by cattle and calves were sold com- '
fairly quickly. They say if you "
pared 4o .685 a week "ago.Price 00 I SLOAN WA-STMt FIRST
keep your mind on other things, Joucvro APOPT mecsouteIN4
the hot weather won't bother you trends on all classes ot cattle and TYLE OfORU>lM( .UFOItE'
109 BROADWAY so much! calves were steady to 50 cents THAT THE JOCKEYS >
FREE The names of the new officersof lower.

ALWAYS TOGE-tHER the Orange Gardens Civic Association Utility and standard slaughter o Gun Bluing
will be announced after steers sold for $18-521, one yearling -
.A the next meeting of the Directorsof I $23.Utility. Large: Selection

ORCHIDS F <=TS the Association. and standard slaughter of "Fishing

l : .'x a&' Let us all do what we can by heifers 182520.50, one cutter Tackle
y + cooperating with our new officers $17.75. 0 Model Cars,
,. V and thus make the next year's Utility slaughter eows 170- Planes

program even mote interestingand $20.50, cutter $15.25-$17.25, can-
.22 Cal. Magnum
TO THELADIES 1.., informative than the one just ner $12.50$15.Cutter Pistols
closed. That's progress!
j .. e- I As formerly announced the and utility bulls $17.25-

Sunrise Easter Service will i by $21.Good RICHARDS'
4 r 't NriRuK slaughter calves $23.75-
t held .at 6 a.m., April 17, at the '
t $ t .... THIS Community House Building on $26.50, standard $ 1.50-$24. SPORT SHOP
George Street. Reverend W. P. Good vealers $27.75-$32.25, 1417 N. MAIN ST.
.car Hanks will bring the Easter message. standard $24$27.50.Good TI 7-2006 Kissimmee
1k $795.00 14 carat Mr*. ,Hank will be in stocker steers brought,
'c charge of the music. All residentsof

the; Gardens and vicinity are r Qar
9 cordially invited to attend.

; IPitTJcrel : Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Weber and
family have moved into their new
home on 1715 Catherine St.
: ;. Q"
The "Jottings" wishes to
Hip Fade Stjis.
'(. 4 }
It Unbreakable ttalsspolt-i 1 tend a cordial welcome to our new
%L1 qtFINT.T neighbors 'Mr. and Mrs. Sammy ,
297S .. r iF r i Gooden of 1624 Janet Street and
: Mr. and Mrs. James Cooley of I It
1802 Orange Blvd. :

Miss Florence Curtis of the
EFa town of Rye, N. Y. left early
: $1-4.95 I last week after visiting with
!; _' Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fenker ot
1701 Janet Street.It 1

> ,' ; ',;.;; is a pleasure to note that e
Mrs. Fred W. Jockey of 1633 Or-
}x..> : ': '- '. ange Blvd. returned to her 'home
..' ." : ; last Thursday after having beena
S .1f Jewels ., !' $19995'Skuk patient in an "Orlando hospitaL r'i

-rlslstant -.t ,, Miss Pearl Scnoenberger and
f -
r Unbreakable Mainspring.. '. -, ,_ her brother Roy left last week for
their farm in Nevada, Ohio.
.$2975',....,.... .- -- Z Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Harrisonand i 'ft'n
their daughters Ann and Cai-' .Ak

WORU1 UUUOTl-TlAXStSTOI UBIOWtTI olyn of Minneapolis, daughter and
F0U.-UNCC SKJUCEI family of Mr. A. B. Lendved, left DsiTlym.on11t
t .
r. for their return home last week + .. a
p '
end. They plan to spend a few tsst a4ot Cfl'y -
days in New Orleans on their re- .> ? Your114 1 Tite

Bulova : turn trip. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
a Rule, of Urbana, 111. are currently
visiting with Mr. Lenved. Mrs.
Golden Rule is the grand-daughter of t. FAMILY FOR .
f Mr. Lendved. \
Shield' June Allyson defines A TREAT...
'a motor Queen
S150-00 DIAMOND RING ist as a man who, after seeing a Discover: how your Cnroritt sundaes,
$29-95 serious wreck, drives carefully for malts,shakes and splits taate better

: Free Drawing will be held SAT., APRIL 30 S P. M. + several blocks. made with Dairy Queen. That'sbecause
"What's the thing I'm most Dairy Queen ia tenrad reah 2 ML North on 1792
anxious to get out of my new from the freezer at the pak or
Tickets available at our Grand Opening. rery Open 11 sum. to 10 p.m.
car! grinned businessman in
a savor perfection! '-
Barbara and James Smeltzer,
answer to an advertising expert'. -1IooJV-"" """"'" c.
xm $149-95

Many Watches Sterling Silver ::: ELECT

-== _-=- REDUCED Costume Jewelry

.r w r UpToSQf$1..00iip Stephen E 0 Sharpe

a. Princess Rings Watch Bands z t SUPERINTENDENT OF

$ up $1.75

BvrroWS New Line STEREOS $79.95'H .', I ;: PUBUC INSTRUCTION

l!Tf\U'\JU S .

Osceola County
s '$3995 ..
JRSs'flu' ,: ".", ,
titaa-\ To Primary *""
\\tfuts Subject 14Y"3'. :
"t ma. upi' STEPHEN )fc.t 8MAKPE "
\ _
1 $ *
kll0 1111 1t43tt. -v .
.itIt, I'
'1--,,-. y ;. Put the PUBLIC in the public schools.
J = -. -r' I ./ t.- _. .- '.,,-
: !
'C.-- lei s -
'Guaranteed For Two Years gc 1'We need a program to keep the public informed about what
y t 0
'-1- j-: >' ... the schools are doing. <

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2. The public should have a definite part in planning the school

program. __ _.;%.... i:.i aa* ai'--' .."'{ilfrl J
Complete line ofCHARMS 4( -

Improve the curriculum in our schools. -- '

I AND BRACELETS .s 1.-We need to broaden the scope of our curriculum" in order. to

meet the needs of more of the children. '

2. We must keep the standards in our schools high enough thata

Look For The Grand Opening' Specials On Display.In Our Show Windows! highschool diploma is more than just a certificate of attend-

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.'. Defendant*...SUIT Tt5.QrETA' TI- The Kissimraee Gazette. Thursday April 14, 1960 Page 5.\
CLYDE REESE a widower, whoa

ictsotrvlll evidence is, 18It Florida Market. who.ct>Street.ncaJartmseif
IBUS1NESD1flECT0RY1 so served that proc upon sa cannot him; ..beper.onaUy .dant Palm Beach Suits
and all parties cUlmta Interests -
by. through under or against .1-: 39-95 to 55.CO I
the Above named: known party; and
any and all parties having or

"v,," ......,. v"V v...... .........'r .... .. .. ... .. .. .. _. ... ... .. .. -. -. .. .. -. .. .. -: -. -. .. .v v. . v.. set lalmingany In and to right the tine following or' inter-described SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR
lands located in OaceoUt -
County. Florida, to-wie:
We Wire Flowers can SAND ROCK All of Lot 6. NH of Lot .
SJ4 of Lot f. and all of Lots 8.IT. .
MOND CHAIN SAWS Wedding, Funerals Bouquets Parks Furniture Co. MORTAR MIX ; IS, 1: and JO in Section S.
Ceramic Gifts, Potted Plants For Prompt Repair of Your STEEL & WIRE MESH Township 2( South, Range 1%
TOOLS NUTS BOLTS WASHERS SCREWS Ellie Hugh's Florist REFRIGERATOR.Phone East t*of the Park official Gardens plat,of accordIng Park Putting in a Driveway?
Gardens as filed and recorded
Large or Small Orders Shipped or Mrs. Roy C. Graves) TI 6-2171 days of enu.rtt among the public records of Oaeeola. -
Thursday Route Delivery 207 Broadway Phone TI-6-6591 TI 6-8579 nights public. County road Florida rirhts. tOUat subjectto
r HEREBY COMMANDED to be an4 -
SANDFORT & SOWERS appear at the Courthouse In KisImmee. -

i Southeastern Distributors for Buckingham Thread Restorers PLmmmG'T :n the.2nd c.laof; County May A. D Florida 19SO,
Saxton lint-Twist Help! Help! f AJAX and written defenses in
i the a entitled cause, which Is *I
Can Midway 4-247*or write 151 E. Welbonrne. Arenue. LESESNE C SUPPLY 4 KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX suit In and to to quiet the the above title described of Plaintiffs prop
WINTER PARK, FLA. f "Lowest Prices in the Area" rty. Should you fall to do so. Den
Employment Agency tree Pro Confesso will bo entered
f... PLUMBING FIXTURES against you. WITNESS: the Honor
933 BRACK ST.GREEN'S r VISIT OUR Phone TI 6-6671 able Frank A. Smith:! one of the
Judges of the above Court. my name
I SURPLUS DEPARTMENT as Clerk thereof .and the seal of
PIPES AND FITTINGS \ aid Court at Klsaimifiee. Osceola
SALES SERVICE County. Florida this the 2)th day
Radio and f West Church St. J .
1131 of March. A. D. 1160.
t Clerk Circuit Court
T V FURNITURE CO. and Service A-A-C Oaceola County: Florida
By /Ellanore O. Jowers;
Kissimmee St. Cloud Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 The Nation's Leading Fertilizer D. C.Murray .
.18% NORMAL PHOSPHATE W. Orerstreet. Jr.
43 AA QUALITY GROUND Attorney for Plaintiffs
Gas Delivery Phone FILL DIRT PHOSPHATE ROCK Cissimmee. Fonda list 4/7/14/21 SEE-
George Stroup TI 6-8014 let our Ranch and Grove

ELECTRICAL Licensed CONTRACTING add Bonded R. A.Jimmie Fletcher Jefl'eriesTW TI 6.5511 Excavating and lEE dolomite US NOW limestone.FOR TO ALL WHO' IT LAW H arre son Steel l & Supply Co., Inc.

Culvert Pipe of All Sizes -
that pursuant to the Fictitious
J. Rountree TI 6-7574 Ranch and Grove
I B. Name Statute. Section SCD.09 of the
ELECTRIC Robert Allen TI 6-3081 TI lSi Florida Statutes, the under*
E.'L. Dailey TI 6-7873 7-2685 signed who Is the only party ins SOUTH TI
f Spreader Service created in the hereinafter named 17-92 Phone 7.2441LMONTHLY
R. IL Hall TW%2-6202 St.Cloudor Thacker Ave. at Oak St. business, will present proof of!
Where' Quality Counts" call H. T. Simmons, Mgr. of publication of this notice and
IS MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI 6.2981TI 7-2121 TI 6-2761 Dump Trucks For Hire KISSIMMEE cult register Court with of Onceola the Clerk County.of the Florida Cir.
NIGHT }'HONE TI 6-5567 M. J. Stanko TI 6.2141 FEED STOREPHONE the fictitious name KISSIM-
fi TI 6-2S21 I am enraged jn bnsinens InKissimmee.
Osceola<< County, Flor
i Corbin & Beiter ida.Dated
for Ilia fcejfINSTALLMENT at Kissimmee. Osceola
SOICWII StpClAlq County Florida this ZSth day of
Hunting Equipment Complete! Automotive 1 March 1J60.EDQAR W. GLASS

Fishing Tackle 11 Repair & Service 3/31 ..171421i INCOME


Clothing ; Opp. Court House TI 6-2334 LOCAL FINANCE COMPANYWILL
Your Dollar Buys More At The Army Store WITHIN ONE YEAR


908 Main St. Kissimmee TI 6-5551 MON.-FRL 8:30 A.M. 4 P.M. ALL LOANS ARESECURE"
7 DARLINGTON AVE. Phone TI 7-2179 TI 6-8954 i


My dear! It is old fashioned to do your The rustNat'IBank

family laundry one load at a time. I
First Notionol Bonk of COME IN, WRITE

MACHINES AT ONCE.ECON.O..W ...Federal. Deposit \ All F nd. Heeelred By.
OF KISSIMMEEKISSIMMEE I ra ce Corp. April 13th.: 1JKW will
pay Interest from April 1st.
LOANS Accepted from Florida Rmdmt

ASH FLORIDAN. TRUCK trailers BODIESBoat horse trailers /A'l'' Insured Only. CLIP Capital AND MAIL COUPON Corporation TODAY.

Coin Operated Laundry Ray Carroll._President Lucile Squires..Asst. Cashier and utility trailers. 1644 E. Colonial.. Dr. Orlando
John E. CarrolLx....Executive Emma B. QuirkAsst.CashierDIRECTORS Ph. CH 12579XUVcT
Built and For Your
neit T RepairedComplete We Care
Located at Sunrise Center l t Winn-Dixie Vice President and r.-"t."--
Personal Loan Officer Irlo Bronsdn N.Ray CarrollU. MobileWELDING Car As If It Were Coiau'aT6rl.wbr
S. Chapman..Vice President G.H.Prather Ellis F.Davis SHOPAll Nam .. .. ...-., ,.
Florence N. Story....VicePres. U.S.Chapman H.O.Partin work guaranteed. Our Own! Add,...

U. S. Chapman, Jr.Cashier John E.Carroll ._.........
BUD & JOHN'SService
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.Each pt1.a ,
i BFii'ROMP- Depositor Insured Up To $10,000 Balance.
Old Orlando Hwy. near Lire Gulf
Kissimmee's Friendly Bank stock ,Market RL 1 Box 58.\

KissimmeePHONE TI 6-5842 .. ti4WHEEL
TI 6-7898 OPEN TILL 10 P. M.

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AND Septic Tanks-a size for every need. ANDERSON'SGARAGE Jeep

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15 Years Experience. PHONE TI 6-3552
The GREEN'S FUEL trademark is jour Guarantee ot Satisfaction VEHICLES
1 K C. ROTHROCK owner and operator. 22 Bermuda Are.
With ou- owe nfinerlca. vast underground and aboveground -
storm facilities plus our owa railroad tank car fleet .
Ton eaa always depend es a reliable gu supply.FUELAi. \
Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co. ..

GREENS ( ) PHONE TI 6-6671 Roof Coating .

i Siding Gutters t

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1. lowest Initial l cost 4-wheel drive vehicles 5. built! from the ground up as a 4-wheel drive

2. bighest relate value due to functional design 6. Performance proved over biBions of miles of

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Funeral Directors :
and Supplies for all makes & models .. en r'. .,.

1422 Virginia Ave. -- St.Cfett* ... ',.

Factory Trained Consultant available Tuesday in rc.uo 7OpUldhyWoyoa "- 'Pie.*rAid;
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R NEW Kissimmee and Monday\ in St. CloudEvenbtfs LEGAL NOTICEIN I

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CA .The Kissimmee: G.udte. Thursday. AJril_14. 1960 I
Real Estate Sales
Engineers Complete Historical Society $149,160-

Permanent Waves . . $6. O up Told Of Early FoodThe By FRED BRUSSOW and Winifred Johnston in W. A. Tolice Clifton to Billie and Elisabeth -

Flood Damage SurveyNearly Patrick's Addition for $10,500; Lawson as described in
Haircut Shame Revlon Real estate transactions exceed- O. W. and Louise Rockwell to Plat Book "B" for $9,000; Charles
$3.50 $1.25poo Osceola County Historical ing $5000.00.during the past week 1. in and Rebecca Tanner to Herman
W. Cummings Cummingsand
M nfcure..:....
and Set..
$20 million damages 000 for Hillsborough River; $2- Society dinned hack into the recorded by Glenn Ray, clerk of Rockwell Subdivision for and Clara SUibeft in Osceola

have already occurred from central 152,000 for Withlacoochee; $7- .M\st t" "K'all bh the! Stnr ofK the county court totaled $149- $7,500; Emma Calkins Douglas t-> Shores Subdivision for $5,000;

SI.CO OFF on any Wave or Set-with this ad! and southwest Florida floods 808,000 for Oklawaha; $1,401,000for + well-known Seminole Indian. 160.CO according to the state tax John and Bettie Hill in St. Cloud Paul and Dixie Johnson to Floyd

Open till 9 P. M.\ Wednesdays and Fridays according to a statement by .Colonel Peace; $980,000 for Shingle T.ltahs.and the 'nod pf the! stamps affixed. for $20,000; Oswald and Ledigia and: Hattie Drake in St. Cloud

Paul D. Troxler Jacksonville and Boggy Creeks; and $551,000for early Indians, at the meeting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cooper Arena to George and Anne Beck for $10,500; Atlas Florida Corporation -

CINDERELLA District Engineer for the Army other affected areas. Great- Tr.KoVv nipht.Me sold property to Mr. and Mrs. er in El Rancho park Addition to Ivor and Jacqueline
BEAUTY STUDIO Engineers. The intense rains of est losses were sustained in Hills- tine at the Jw..e of Mrd Albert Athrens in Hendon Park for 11000. Dorrell in Kissimmee Highlandsfor
March 15 to 18 caused severe borough Orange, Marion, Polk, .,.) y**. Preston v4'fi.-toft. 411 Atlas Florida .
for $11,000 Alice ,and Edgar Norman and Clerice Adams to $12.950;
3511 S. Orange Blossom Trail-Orlando i GA 2-3801 Lake, Hernando and Pasco In SL CHtrH ;
Counties Avenue
flooding over a 14 county area New Kingston to Walter and Ethel James and Ruby Rennecker in St. George and Louise Rowan in
which will not reeede to normalfor in that order. Members and fiesta heard Mrs. for $10,750
Rumph in St. Cloud for $5000; Cloud for $6,500; Alvin and Min- Kissimmee Highlands ;
several months in some'areas. The flood was of unusual severity Wuffineton recite the rtorr of
Gardens Incorporatedto
Bessie and C. W. Blount and Celeste nine Lawrence to Thomas and and Orange
With the present saturated con- estimated by Army engineers Tallahassee and his efforts to Webb a widow, to Charles Ruth Roebuck in Robert Bass Ad- Archie and Kathryn Roe in
V" CHECK THE JOB. .. V CHECK THE MAN. dition or the soil and overflowIng as having a recurrence fre- heirs his ueoT>1.. when ordered to and Helen Corbin and Charles dision for $9,000; Deward and Orange Gardens for $12,850.ELLIOTT'S .
lakes\; further rains could ouency of about once in 20 years. miirrdt* to Okla.homThey: also

THEY GO TOGETHER! cause additional flood damage, Colonel Troxler praised the cooperative w rd the story of Coontie. Florida's -
the engineer stated. Principal assistance rendered by mystery plant that fed the
damages have occurred in theO various county agricultural agents Indians. and early settlers l as' related GROCERY STORES
ELECT lawaha, Hillsborough Withla- and other public state and fed hv MTX, Alma Hetherinoton
eral agencies, and many private Charles Hartley presided lit the
coochee and Peace River Basins,
but Shingle and Boggy Creeks interests in compiling the flood bnsiness meeting. A report was TWO STORES TO SERVE YOUNo.

south of Orlando, Brevard Countyon appraisal. eiven on the film the that has been and 1-831 Palm Way. Ph. XI 6-6333 O No. 2-720 Bermuda. Ph. TI 6-8622
the east coast. Lake Tarponand presented to Society
the Anclote River area near which showed aerial views of the OPEN MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 6 AJU. to 8 P.M. FRIDAY TIL 9 & SAT. TILL 10 P- M.

I Tarpon Springs and the Pithla- East Cast in former days. A
ehascotee River Basin have also LEGAL uronosed visit to Frostproof to
experienced appreciable damages. visit Maior Edward Keenan

Rainfall above 10 inches was gen.. NOTICE nosed authority on the Seminole __

of AGRICULTUREFARMER eral for the four-day storm periodover Indians, at lame future date was
commissioner discussed. New members welcomed -
mile of
a square area SOTICK \DFR nrrmots4MB
FARMER O BUSINESSMAN west-central Florida, and amountsof > TVTlTB: ; into the Society were' Mrs. HAMSm49Cee

..... ..... ... above 15 inches fell over an TO ALL, WHOM IT Robert Metzrer and Mrs. HansA. \
1800 square mile region. Near. MAY CONCERNNOTICE : 'Strasser of Kissimmee.A .
record levels reached IS HEREBY OIVEN nominating committee corn-
sere on that to the "Fictitious ,. .
the streams receiving this storm Name Statute Section 88509, of nosed of Mrs. Lillian Garrison, .....41 .. .. ;;
the U5i Florida. Statutes the undersigned Mrs. Tom Win lev and Mrs. Kate .. .
who 1* the only part i.
GAZETTE ADVERTISING PAYSYou'll flow.Army engineers now estimate interested In the hereinafter. namedbuaineea Knox, was elected. Plans were LYKES BUDGET SLICED.
enterprise will prevent made for the next m etinpon
that 886,000 acres of land have proof of publication of this Notice BACON lb. 33c
been flooded with direct damages and register with the Clerk of the Tuesday. May 3, when Dr. Charl-
totaling $19,727,000, which has affected Florida the fictitious name of
some 12,000 flood victims. NELSON REALTY MEN under Department of the University of GOOD HEAVY BEEF .t ,
which he U engaged In business illustrated
will give
Miami an
Estimated damages are divided: at 107 Broadway. Klsslmmee.Florida -
Find Distinguished Gifts $5,512,000 urban, $3,220,000 to Dated. at Klsglmmee. Osceola lecture on the historv of South
west Florida Dr. Tebeau has ROUND STEAK 79c
roads and streets, $120,000 to County, Florida this lIat day of lb.
March, A. EL.' IJSO. written two books on this sub-
$10,875,000 agri-
ject, "Pioneering: in the Ten
for Euery Special Euent culture. 4/7/11/21/88
Thousand Islands- and "Then and
river basin the esti- S
By areas
lTHB rorirr op THE Now on Florida's Last Frontier".
sir+cegjae$ mated total breakdown is: $6,835- toivrv Jt'DOK .
will else the Minnie-
03("ROLA l-'oeXT\. FLORID He report on
Moore-Wilson collection of Osce CHUCK ROAST lb. 49c
Qt GREEN STAMPREDEMPTION PETER P SCHUTT ). ola County material that was presented .
Deceased. ) to the library at the uni .
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO versity. It was announced that
t7agENItrs MAKE APPLICATION FOR, this meeting will be held at Hart FRESHLY GROUND BEEF
R. (BUSTER) Memorial Library.. in Kissimmee.
ALL WHOM IT During the social hour that
NOTICK IS HEREBY: GIVEN followed the meeting refresh-
HANCOCK that I have filed my final report aaAdministratrix Vnents' were served by the hostess.
: CENTERS ot the Estate of
Peter P. Schutt. decaf' .d: that I Besides Mr. and Mrs. Buffing- SHOULDER ROAST lb. 59c
1 have filed, and petition that I for will final apply discharge to ton those attending were Mrs.
1 the Honorable O. P. Johnson Counts Clyde Collev, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
I Judge of Osceola County Florida Whaleirs. Clara Meacham,
on the 9th day of May I960!
for approval of same and for final Mrs.\ Lillian Garrison Mrs. Edith Q
V/ Distinguished merchandise in S&H discharge as Administratrix of the Silver, and Charles Hartley from BANNER OLEO Ib 9C
Estate of Peter 1'. Schutt. deceased.
Green Stamp Redemption Centers Th? 24th day of March, 1t60. St. Cloud; and Mrs.: H. A. Strasser. We Will Have .

make outstanding gifts for special Administratrix ILES of the and Mrs. E- J. Hetherington Kis- FRESH EGGS CARROTS 2 cello bags ::1 Sc

occasions like weddings, birthdays., Peter Estate P.of Schutt. deceased.' simmee.

anniversaries and showers Murray \\'. Overstreet Jr.Attorney For Easter. GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS
t z for AdministratrixKisaimmee
Florida Census Takers 21bs

,. .:,, More than 1,500 nationaHy-'kncjwa 4/7/14 IZt IZS Easy To Identify 19c

quality products give you a wonderful
SEE CYPRESS Householders will not have any Prices in this Ad .
good Thursday noon Through Saturday Closing.We
; gift selection.
l ; difficulty identifying the takers ofthe

1960 census of pooulation as
So,when you wish to remember some : IGAUDENSSHOES they make their rounds, HerbertJ. will cut to order any cut of Beef you want if it isn't in our show cases.

;t .-. one with a present that will be treasured The Only fully qualified Benson, district supervisor, has
fi/rise rU skra/odpLISaeIJOpmUOpatiSpm out.
J'' and don't S&H candidate for pointed
r appreciated, forget your Each census taker will be pro

z Green Stamps! If there's no redemptioncenter COMMISSIONERAGRICULTURE vided with a red, white and blue

nearer you than 20 miles away,' identification card to be worn on SPECIAL OFFER .
OF the lapel. This card bears the seal }

you can order your gifts by mail with' of the Department of Commerceand ... .., ., ,.
.:'., "<, ."' .,.h., ;< "... ;.. ....
your filled stamp books from the pages the words "Census Enumerator <' '

of the beautiful new S&H catalog. Successful farmer Official Credential"are printed \ ? "
across its face. Persons pur- i\if ft .
Business; ma* :; 'P'
porting to be census takers who ,
Educated in Florida Schools .
do not hive this identificationcard .
FOR MEN '." "' "" ,
B. S. Degree in Agriculture "::} '"
U. .f lie.Manse should be reported immedi- J '.
!III' ately to the local district census / :
I 'F L 'R'.fD.Jt OJ V. SI'Q. Veteran I cffice. '
Family' Man
\j,' .$peJr'l']' 4.ttllt hlJ1. 11 CDIIi'pa-7 long record of selfless service SHORE'S Census takers will be further

,r- "JQt, a. A, .. rlt",." q"Jt1C to Florida Agriculture identified by the portfolio contain-

..... .. .. PaleS fop oY Men's WearGENERAL irg their supplies. The portfolio is .
: ; 1\ii iltliA> v "' W DaleY. .
a '
brown and bears the legend. 1960 >'
Campaign Treasurer
Census of the United States,"

printed in green ink. In the portfolio
the census taker carries his

supplies of report forms, maps
pencils, and other items necessaryto
: ELECTRIC the performance of his duties.

Sales Tax Collections

-_ STRAIGHT LINE DESIGN Total $30,277.17Sales BSa
tax collections for Osce-

I '.< : AUTOMATIC COMBINATIONS 277.17 ola County as compared in March with totaled the $32-$30- 1 -4 4] 0 RTH O'C DO AVED I

482.15 collected in February according -
s to figures released this

REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER week by Ray E. Green, state
\. comptroller. Buy a quart bottle of ISOTOX Garden Spray at the regular: 55.49 price

r sS Collectons for March, 1959 and get a 2 gal. ORTHO Spray-Ette (regular price 3.49) FREE!
!1 S: Big Family Slit Handy Jfid.-0 t Shel"lRefrlgerator amounted to 2476065.

Total amount of gasoline tax
defrosts auto. Convenient Butter (ompar!. collected in Osceola County in New Formula ISOTOX GARDEN SPRAY

rnoticolly mint March 1960 was $52,560.90 as

.; 1 Separate Zero-Dtgret Freezer compared with $46,717.23 collectedin ...Kills more than 250 garden pests-contains lindane malathion.
.. I Magnetic! Safety Door February and $41,926.85 collected otmlo DDT and new Tedion-but costa under 10f 1 1sto per sprayed gallon.
Full-Width ron.lalnYegttabJt in March, 1959. .With your ORTHO 2 gaL Spray-Ette you make gardening easy
__ Drawer Green said 750,870 gallons were
sold in March.Of uaotr spur as watering! Just measure 2 Tbs. ISOTOX Garden Spray into the

80 the tax collected $49,749.30was wide mouthed, easily-removed Spray.Ette jar, fill jar with water
4!_ MODEL $
5 turned over to the county's attach to your hose and spray bugs away! ORTHO 2 gal.

299 .. secondary road fund $4,876.36 to Spray-Ette features include an easy on-off insecticide spray control,

ONl.Y. the board of county commissioners a patented back-Sow pressure valve, patented jets to mix spray
and $19,505.43 to the state
accurately, and an adjustable spray deflector. Get the blooms
road department. .
you planted for, this new easy way!


PARKS FURNITURE CO. THE U.5.MARINE CORTHOD c.tifomie sprarcMmical Corp.
!) Sv9'3.4Styour ORTHODfr't flow! ...
RESERVE "..... ,III Ca1d a..Cam.ea C..e..r
oil,,good for a timrted too*only ---...-.C of .......D.c..__C a.
Pial Yet f&tDre WIth Us!
and Vine St. KISSIMMEE Phone TI 6-5361

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The first opportunity in 2f ., ., "j

I years that the voters of 'the -

Ninth Judicial Circuit will have GROUP NO.5 r4 .

a choice i in of Orange a Circuit County.Judge reslident 9th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT S : 55 '"

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