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.. 66, "Mn. 27 KlMlMM E t* *:e."o:***l**C nj Bty, ;:: .. Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, April 28, 1960 P:: :.TIMe* C-32S1. PRICE TEN CENTS.

: "*'" ....."i Realty Firm Here Large Turnout Expected To Vote In The I

Changes Its NameA Primary Elections Scheduled Tuesday

eo Mrs. Dorothy Purdy
charter has been received but has since joined his father in supervisorcf
from the Secretary of State by f Tallahassee.W. < registration said yesterdaythat
H i .N "'f't .j. ,4-- : 8,970 Osceola
j VI, J>:. Bill Morse this week for W. H. H. Morse Corporation, with : : \ 4 registered
PY.j \VI{ 1H f o q.te)1 '" County voters are eligible to CO
> Horse Corporation which officially Bill Morse as president, has wadded
;f L .L- tltiUt.
if to
changes the name from Morse- fire and casualty insuranceto s4l the polls and cast a ballot in

Wallis Associates Inc. its services.: Morse attended an r -: J ?iL'p} ) th the May 3rd election.

JACKSON FURNITURE CO. OPENS-Kissimmee's lady mayor Morse-Wallis Associates, Inc., insurance course last October at .. L \:.- Ll.... l tYJCj tFli 4r. bF Mrs. Purdy, herself unopposedfor
Mrs. Jew Thacker is shown catting the ribbon at the official of which Bill Morse was president, Orlando Junior College and has a second term, said there are
Grand Opening of Jackson ,Furniture Company in Kissimmee has operated in the appraisal and since passed necessary examina- 7,434 Democrats 1,419 Republicans
Friday. Looking on are the store owners. Joe Jackson, left, and real estate business since its incorporation tions by the State Insurance Com- and 117 independents registered -
Harry Holliday. Large crowds attended the two-day event. The I in 1958. The Wallisin missioner,,and is licensed to write 4 this year.
5 sew store occupies the former Winn-Dide building at the corner the corporation was W. Turner alj types of fire and casualty insurance J She said this compares with
TO Church Street and Dakin Avenue. (Photo by Cooper) Wallis consulting engineer'of Tal- and bonds for the Lon- r" 5,590 Democrats 749 Republicansand

lahassee who decided to remainin don )Guarantee and Accident Com- 49 independents or others

Builders Association Tallahasse" and establish con- pany, Ltd. of New.York, and will v. fs who registered prior xo tie May
I sulting services there after resigning soon be licensed to write policiesfor primaries in 1956.
as chief engineer for the the American Casualty Com- Other than the state races&
Plans "Parade Of Homes"The trustees of the Internal Improve- pany of Reading, Pa. which have failed to garner a
ment Fund. Mr. Wallis is the father Morse has been a resident of real stimulating interest in L'sce-
Osceola County Builders committee to draft set of lawsto
a of Bill Walils, executive vice- Kissimmee since 1946. He entered J ola County the two races that
Association held a general) discussion be proposed to the member- of the First Federal the
at the president appraisal and real estate busi- are expected to create the most!
meeting Tropical ship at the next meeting. The Savings and Loan Association ness in 1957 after serving 6Vi interest are those of superintendent -
Hotel 20 discuss
April prob-
apd of Bob Wallis who for a time years as area field representativefor
lems confronting the building in- committee consists of K. C. Moore of public instruction and tax
: was associated with Mowe-Wal- Central and Southern Florida
dustry in Osceola County. Jr., chairman; Jim Greer First collector.
lis Associates, Inc., in Kissimmee, Flood Control District. ::
Milt Brinstock of Palmland En- Federal loan officer, and Milt J. C. (Doc) -Tyson, who is com-
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terprises, Incorporated, moved Brinstock. pleting a third term as superintendent -
that a local organization be form- Rogers suggestetd that George BOAT-A-CADE TO ISSUE MAGAZINE-The staff of the 10th anniversary edition of the Boat-a- this year drew two op
ed to consider later possible affiliation Reynolds secretary, handle the Local) Producers Cad e... Magazine, scheduled to be issued July 1, and published by Boat-a-Cade and Beta Sigma ponents. They are Stephen E.
with the Mid-Florida publicity of the association. A Phi Sorority, are pictured above. They are, from left to right Virginia Reynolds, president-elect. Sharpe of St. Cloud, member of
Exemplar Chapter; Dick Makinson, Boat-a-Cade president; Bill Morse, Boat-a-Cade vice-president,
Home Builders Association. The motion was made that all mem a faculty of an Orange County
and Mary Ida Barber president Exemplar Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. (Photo by Skinner)
motion carried after which Albert bers contribute to the associationto junior high school and W. R.

Rogers, president brought the defray expenses. Release New Film (Bill) Stephens, member 01he
members up to date on the happenings The next meeting will be held Osceola High School faculty, in
of last week's meeting; at the First Federal Savings and ... Harper Acquitted Boat-A-Cade Will Kissimmee.W. .
TW Touch of Flesh", Today day and that the film would be
in St. a
Rogers appointed a Parade of Loan Association office Of Assault E. (Ed) Pound veteran tax
Home committee consisting all Cloud when further problems of Theatre release feature film, produced shown on central Florida screensin Charges ( collector who has almos iw
the builders who plan to build, the building industry will be dis by Dick and Bill Beck of the near future. George Harper, 35, of Kissim Observe decades in the county house r.:re,
and he also appointed a by-laws cussed. mee, was found not guilty yesterday : this year drew opposition from Ji
St. Cloud and C. H. (Pete) Lucas -
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones before a six man jury on M. (Jack.) Bass a native Osceola
of Kissimmee, will have its have returned to DeLand after charges that he assaulted Hong- Countian who resigned a position

Marathon Golf state premiere Friday in Tampaat visiting friends and! relatives ton Parti* Kissimmee police; officer I By Issuing Magazine with an insurance company :n
the Florida State Theater. on the night of last December order to"make the race.
23.The Boat-a-Cade his- 300 mile cruise of unexplored ad-
Ten years of Three other races in which opposition
The film written
I was producedand
trial which began(!: Tuesdaywas tory is being recorded in the formof venturous country. figures are the county
Scheduled directed by K. John Hugh carried until The will be distributed
Tourney DRAINAGE over yesterday an attractive 111" x 14" four- magazine commission races. In District 1,
and was filmed by Empire Studios JOBSGov. morning when the council for the color cover magazine. This projectis through: marinas news stands Commissioner Oren Brown, wno K

at Shamrock Studios in Win- LeRoy Collins said last defense motioned for' a directed! under the direction of the officers and past and current members of completing his first four-yvaf

The Osceola Golf and Country''' ter Park.It week he hoped work on perms- verdict which was granted bY and directors of the Kissimmee the Boat-a-Cade. term, is being opposed by Luther
rent drainage projects in wa- Circuit Judge Murray Overstreet. Boat-a-Cade Inc., with the The Boat-a-Cade organization (Pete) Lanier a Campbell Station
Club will hold a unique tourney Retired Policeman features Jeanne Rainer, Ted ter-stricken Central Florida According to the testimony, able assistance of talented and 'and Beta Sigma Phi Sorority are citrus worker who is making his

June 21-the longest day of the Killed In Wreck Marshall and Charles Martin, will get started a* soon as pos- Elaroer, who operates a Sinclair civic minded members of the Ex- confident that in combining their initial entry into politics.

)-ear.. It is to be called "A Mara- [ young personalities in a story sible service station on the'corner of cmolar! Chapter of Beta Sigma 'will talents in this major attractive project first they Incumbent Commissioner Eugene
thon of Golf and .will beginat Dennis B. Leahy 73, retired about today youth. Commenting on a recent: Bermuda and Patrick was appre- Phi Sorority in Kissimmee. class magazine an that will promote Simmons Partin Set1le-:ent

sunrise ((4:59: a.m.) and end at Knoxville Tennessee police ser- The releasing corporation owned statement by the IT. S. Corpsof hended by Patrolman Partin for The magazine will contain editorial the Boat-a-Cade, Kissimmee, Central grove owner who is completing
killed Engineers that it would' 6e allegedly being drunk and disoi'erly features such as: History of his first four year term, drew
geant, was by injuries re- by the local men also has another i Florida, the Kissimmee Valley -
sunset (7:03 .junJ en December 23, and in the the Boat the from Harris Daniel
-a-C8de. Map of opposition
jeeived when his car left Highway several years before drainage Waterway and, have* ; nationwide -
Nine foursomes will ooen simiiltaneot'olv 44J. about 530; p.m. Wednesday picture, "Dance of Desire", starring problems could be solved Collins ensuing circumstances fled the' Boat-a-Cade Route, Feature Sto- distribution'for.tns- ben- Kissimmee building conlraivor
on the nine holes Fernandel and Samia Gamial patrol ear ..ta Ms anartmentovor -1Ii.- tithe Cruise! and former who is
: April 2s t and stmckvlt, tte ;,.-* -. said 'that sort af thin, efit of then advertisers. groceryman
Prizes, will be awarded fJWtlie. *-state Patrolman Otis Las ger, in.current release, --* ,** i :"takes: time. the station, iftgfrfcdfrfr( Jfrj.Jfrl 4fh-1"om.inent." Boat- The deadline for<>xecefvlng-- making his debut into pohncs, as
foursome completing the most who investigated the accident Hugh also produced and directed "Of course that always tzxes: assault* was alleged to have hafened -'CadeTs: Tips on Where to Fish vertising will be May 31st and commissioner from District 3.
hales during1 the day: for the in- said Leahy was drivintr east about two other films made in Flori- considerable time in planning: > Where te KO and What to See.'in the magazine will be on sale at In District 5, the Kenansnlle

dividual having the lowest aver- four and one-half miles east of da. They were "Yeliowneck", and developing means bv wliieh Harper was defended by Thack- Florida Camps and Campsites 35e per copy on July 1st section, Commissioner L. J. Har-
rae score per hole, and for the : St Cloud when his ear ran off starring Lin McCarthy and Steven projects can be financeC* Col- er and Thacker )Jocal attorneys.Mr. aong the Boat-a-Cade Route For information on advertise- vey, a cattleman who is con.trting : -

individual with the most pars or the right hand side of the road Cortleigh and Berry Krueger and pins said. afid many other interesting tartirtes. ment space, write: Boat-a-Cade his second fouryearrm,
birdies during theday.. swerved back across the nignway: "Naked In the Sun." starring Collins praised the various and Mrs.. Jim Watford an- \ Magazine, Box 42, Kissimmee drew two opponents. One is Joe
To make it more interesting, and struck a tree. James Craig LJta Milan and Bar- agencies working In the stricken nounce the birth of a son Mark The Kissimmee Boat-a-Cade has Florida. Overstreet, himself a cattleman,
a foursome may' play through the Lastinger said Leahy sustained ton MacLane. area for working togetherto Shane on Wednesday, April 20 grown from 75 boats the first 'i and the other is J. W Webb,

Troup ahed of them nyt5+ne all lacerations of the head, cuts and Lucas said yesterday that a clean up and to aid in the at the Orange Memorial; Hospital. year to 750 boats representing 40 Keransvflle merchant.
four par the same hole. Players bruises:. about 'the body and a frac- group of local businessmen would processing of relief claims. !Mrs. Watford is the former Lou states, with a count of 5000 past Chamber Now Has Ralph Yates Kissimmee euros
also will be reooired to follow tured right knee. attend the premiere in Tampa Fri- Ellene Williams. Boat-a-Caders who have made 'the 179 Paid-up MembersPaul dealer who is completing his first
the rules of co'irtesy and allow
four-year term as member sac
He said the victim was i''''rar-
the followinG!' foursome" to go "tk N >J .'::--4 :U_ : :. .,:' said I chairman of. the county school
ently enroute from Knoxville to Sanborn manager,
throueh if they are held} up by a 0' board, also drew two
Melbourne to visit relatives when : yesterday that the current membership
lost ball.Entries. __ Arthur F. Dyer, o--ecsor
the accident occurred.Movie of the chamber 01 commerce They are
are limited to 36 nlav- r : is now 179 paid-up mem- of youth recreation for the Cityof
ers. Entry )fee' will be $15.00 which Kissimmee, and the other ia

includes "greens fees, electric MenuARCADE 'x '-' a< 'W tipIk- bers.Of these he said, 26 are new Duncan V. Me Far land, local jelly
cart rental and a buffet dinner. and 153 are renewals.He manufacturer.
Contact wro Geor"!* Chappel at said at a recent directors Other than Mrs.\ P urt.y, other
Osceola Country Club pro shop, meeting a report was mace regarding unopposed candidates are Clerkof

Kissimmee. Thnr Krl. Apr. 2*-S3: 'Tlodani i the industrial conc:u'e Circuit Court Glenn Ray seek
><1 '*Oo Johnny. Go" held recently in Winter Park t- ing his third term; am Tax Assessor
Sat, Apr 30: "MI""* Mlppl
fcl..r" and lack Panther:' tended by himself, Lee Graves, Wade IL Lanier, Jr., seek
TEMPERATURES Sun "nq. "' "*.'". tar 1-J-l: "Home
From The Hill" Pete Hunt and Bob ililler.: ing his fourth term.
DATE 11 L R Wei Thnr. ..'rt.. bray 45The: Sanborn. said during March the County Judge 0. P. Jounson,
Greatest View On Earth"KISSIMMEE .' chamber received 444 piece of Constable Mack }McLaM justiceof

Wed, 20 ...__. si: G4 _..
Apr. DRIVE-IN mail, sent out 775 pieces; received the Peace W. Paul RigOr.-
Thur Apr. 21 ........ 82 66- ___ 315 telephone calls and made 383. rie N. Lee, Jr., school! board ment
Fri A;r, 22 ........ 84 G6 ':;0 Fri.the SaU Inoot'.ntplus Apr. S t-3t; "Th"Jack Wildmtd the .t f A and received 676 visitors to the her from district 4, Justice of the

Sat. Apr. 23 ........ 826O.- Hipper" i, 4. office. Peace James E. Mozley, St. Cloud
Sun. Apr. 24 __ .... 75 56 _. Sun. and MOIL"it, Mar"'t. Bride 1-2: of"rlarhyn'Gtlr Candy I<' a. He. said this month's Coffee Constable Thomas :\. Bennett, St.

Mon Apr. 25 ..... 83 64 .45 Roolc" Club was set for Wednesday, Cloud and Prosecuting: Attorney
Tile. Wed. Thur. May S-4-5
Tues. Apr. 26 .. 82 6G ..... "The Xun'n Story" and 'They Came April 27 at the Tropical Hotel Phillip R. Kelley and County Surveyor -

From Cordura. with Bill Cranston, local repre- Bill Johnston, both o:: ::is-

: h_ .. -, .., sentative of Borden's Dairy, as simmee, are also unopposea.Mrs. .
_, ,:, : :, "i } t'
J i chines 'will be used in all of the

.x county's 14 precincts Tuesday for
ui Negro Woman Held the first time.

i i.e ::: Following ShootingA in The order Kissimmee to boost interest Kiwanis in Clu\the'

M r A will hold election
: : Kissimmee Negro woman, in election, a public
;;':, returns party at the Com-
i ( her early thirties, is being held in
.. :;, Osceola County jail here without munity House until all returnsare
n J p r- bond pending the investigation of in, using blackboards, tele-
: ;'J--'i. t i :;.- the Negro fatal shooting of ;1 phones and television sets and all

-. ________ -. J .. .'''' Negro man, Grayson Trader, .et, necessary equipment to bring in
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k u ., at approximately 8:30 p.m. Monday results fast and accurately.POLITICAL .

1 $ h. -- ; 'li according to Sheriff Robert

Bukels said the woman is Ger-
aldine Reddick, and that Trader HEREThe

and she were in the Negro section fifth and final political
fir. of Robinson Avenue when rally will be held Saturday it

F the fatal shooting occurred.He 7 p.mat the Little League

t .. said Trader was dead upon Baseball Field at Lakefront

,. J _ ; arrival of officers at the scene. Park.
-_ All candidates: both opposedand
unopposed, will speak as

k t ST. CLOUD GETS NEW SCHOOL BUILDING-A new industrial arts building is under construction at St Cloud High School The Carlton Visited City well as qualified speakers in
building will coataia approximately: 2.600 square feet of floor spa ce and will be completed in Jane. Estimated cost of building andequipping Tuesday AfternoonDoyle behalf of the candidates for
the building will be HMW. In the picture, from left to right, are J. C. Tyson, superintendent of public instruction; state offices.
: Leslie H. Ellis Jr., Industrial arts instructor; B. P. MickeaL fore man, Osceola County school maintenance crew, and Ralph Yates, Carlton, Jr., candidate for These political rallies have

,chairman of the .School Board.. (Photo by Henry Boudreanx) governor, visited in Kissimmee been sponsored jby the Osceola
i + **. +> + v K. *-r X. Democratic Executive
v T Tuesday afternoon. County
Carlton was met at the county Committee.

St.. cloud.! Gets New School! Construction I escorted line enronte to .the from Tropical Orlando Hotel and

Dy HENRY> THOMPSON, prrzfmateiy 2rf O(> square feet of. rooms ui, the local high school County in the past ten years by where he had lunch with Senator Piano Recital To

floor space and will be completedin building. Use of state;fnnds for having the school maintenance Trio Bronson, Osceola County Be Held Thursday
A new industrial 1 rte be 1 nc June. $15,000 is the estimated buildings was made avail- crew construct several of the new Campaign Manager Lee Graves,
is BOW under coES&Bctidn at-,St rest of construction and: the cost afcl.,t b>< Cloud High SchooL .Tto MWnff of equipping the building:will. be the'higfischool building will be t ty. Approximately $%000 was friends and supporters. sent her students in pianoforte at
WORK PROGRESSES-Work on the 150,00ft gallon ...tH"tO'Wef" is being constructed by tie Osceola approximately $3,000 vacated by the lafejtrial 1 arts I saved in. tin manner when the Afterwards Carlton was escorted a recital Thursday, April 28th at
being erected oa Oak Street is progressing as shown above. Tfal County+school .tTt.rMe Ready for use next fall, the...w dept. I St Cloud High School shower and on a visit to the Business firms 8 1 p.m. in the Myrtilla. Beals audi-

designed is part .ia f the 1958$1,S10 This 000 towerwill rleetri and be serviced water expansion by a 14-inch program water crew, B. P. Xtfeei, fanma*: industrial arts bsSdinff will make A considerable as9&k of schoolOsceola locker room building was built a on Broadway where he met and torium.

main from the ground) storage tank. (Photo by Cooper) I The building 'wBl contain. ap- available three additional 'elks funds has been realized in few rears ago talked with possible voters. The public is cordially Innted.t .


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Page 2 The KluilD1I1e4LGnette.! Thursday April 28, 1960 I '

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? Highlands
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They Went

': ?" r '\ 'J HighlightsSports < .

Jhatawa t1' ;- ;
'' What's in
: new sports
here in the Highlands. Baseball acres of bulbs par-
< -b.' what else at this time of the early earnings into a
.t: & year. The Milton Ave "Whizzers" and on top of
-.N will take on all other Highland title of world's larg-
.... i '' Y 1. teams who think they might offer has surrounded him-
M r s ,- 4't q. some competition.Due the world's biggest col-
On this siek list this week... Rev and Mrs. Maurice Grigsby ., to the efforts of the Harry commercial caladium va-
at the Kissimmee Hospital... spent several days last week visiting Rose family on Milton, the boys is one of the foremost
Jimmie Lassiter Earl Tyson; Mrs. friends at St, Petersburg ,-{ have a place to play baseball i : on caladiums in Flor-
and Dunedin.Mr. Permission was obtained to the
/ f mowa country.
Ruby St. Clair, Mrs. Hazel Evans .
baseball diamond at the end of schoolteacher-turned-
Mrs. Gretchen Nance Mn. Ger- and Mr*. Charles C. Dowd HOBBY SHOW-A portion of the Hobby Show held last Saturday Milton Ave. in the large field. So has consented to pass
aldine Hess, Horace Brown, Miss have returned to their home at the
at Orange Gardens Community House Is shown above. fellers hints
get yourselves a team to home garden
Alice Chezen, Edwin Allen Rote, Springfield, Mass. They plan to This show', containing many interesting collection, paintings and together and head for the diamond. caladiums.
Mrs. Nina May Boykin Mrs. Jo- 'return in a few months to make hobble, was sponsored Jointly by the Orange Gardens Civic Asso -
Rauleson Mrs. Leona elation and the Orange Blossom Garden Just a moment all you "big every precaution possi-
ann Webb, their home at Orange Gardens. Club. (Photo by Skinner)
fellers" this, diamond is for bulbs
get from plants
Wendell Ketchum, Mrs. Ernestine :II-. .
Sexton Mrs. Ruth McGeorgo Birthday congratulations this the "little leaguers" take a most favorable con-
at the Osceola Hospital. Mrs week are being sent to B. E. healthy dose of vitamins and gie ; : you hope to get superior
Agnes Bryant. Mrs Mary Myers, Trent J. D. Benton Mrs. Cassie Hobby Show is Held out and mow yer own! ., ( (In other words, buy
Mra. Marie Carmody, Joseph Pehl- Hankins, Mrs. Cecil Bush, Marie Bulletin to all Highlanders: Dig : ,,; : from a reputable
man ,Mrs. Janet Lee Frank Har- Samuel, Irene Form, Hartzell up that money in the back yard; ;, )
gett.: Miss Karla Weber, Maurice Lucas William Prather, Ray Sessions At Orange GardensThe peel those *C* notes out of the ,.; :' : ) small bulbs in a large
Paul, C. G. Rine, Mrs. Lucy Lanier Jr., Dave Bronson, Ruth dictionary; scoop out those green produce quicker leafier
Mrs. Edna Williams, Mrs. Padgett. Dan Autrey Jr., Jackie bills from under the mattress; Jan one large bulb.
Gillie Wyre, Chap Newton Miss McMasters, Russell Thacker Ma- Orange Gardens Community war souvenirs, Egyptian oil lamp gather together all that silver ter of should be planted
Theresa Jeffers, Miss Jeanne mie Padgett and Cliffie May Best House Saturday was a beehiveof embroidery, flower arrangements, hidden in the sofa this week Davis six inches to a foot
Grammatico Mrs. Ollie Kampfe, wishes to each of you. activity when the first Hobby original paintings, pine needlecraft end is reserved for the Cancer place ( I on the size,
:Mrs. Myrtice Gregory, Mrs. Georgia Misa Evelyn Stewart of Wash Show was held.Sponsored felt novelties hand weav- Drive and some lady or gent six I :!: inches below the surface
Young Mrs. Amy Schulke ington. D. C. and Kiesimmee is jointly by the Orange ing, Budhas carved in wheat shell from the Highlands will call on at the in moist soil or
Mrs. Wanda Clay, Miss Louise visiting relatives and friends here Gardens Civic Association and the collections, three doll collections, you for a donation. A.s 0 should be watered
Clay, Master Jim Clay, Alex for several days. Orange Blossom Garden Club, the art objects of Central and South Those members of our group then as often as
Payne, Mrs. Emelega Hardacker. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Spenceof show was very successful and it America, brasses of India and who have been generous in do- unjaj / it when they begin to
1613 George Street recently is hoped that it will be an annual Pakistan, photography, bird sanc- nating their time to help on the not water-logged; fer
Claude B. Reynolds who has entertained friends at their home. affair. tuary exhibit, needlework guild drive are as follows: Martina light applications of
spent the winter with his sister, These included Mr. and Mn. The entries were many and var- exhibit table setting, hostess setting Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bland; fertiliser (ask your
a Miss Ethel Reynolds, returned to James Eekert, }froand Mrs ed.. They included old and choice and cancer dressing display. Milton Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Harry what kind) and
his home N. Y.
week. Miss at Syracuse accompanied, this Claude Hamilton, )Ir. and Mrs. bedspreads> tablecloths and quilts, Orange-pineapple juice was Rose; Highland Ave., Mr. and Elks with leaves, pine straw
him to Fayetteville Reynolds, N. Y. where Walter Hartman Mr. and Mrs. African art in ivory and ebony, served, courtesy of Osceola Fruit Mrs. Roy Bay; Beaumont Ave., New \ to help hold the
she will spend the summer. Doberta, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson oriental art objects, art in wood, Distributors. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cazier.So .
I Green all of Schenectady New don't be a Scrooge-help end where the growing
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mat I York; Mr. and Mrs. Leach of Buf 2 the scourge of Cancer. The funds is short bulbs may be
thews and children Barbara Bev- falo and Mr. and Mrs. Jack $ ; : ; raised from this drive may mean home inside before they are
erly and Freddie, of Dover, DeL, Semple of Orange Gardens.Mr. aM the end of this vicious disease. I to 12 on This is done by
spent several days with their Sick call: On the sick list this their in a box of peat in
parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Martin Fordof and Mrs.' John Loomis left week is Edwin Rose who recently i to room or similar warm
Orange Gardens. this week for their home at Hing- fractured his right elbow. How? honor
ham, Wisconsin.: You guessed it. Playing baseball, been ( your bulbs. Not only
Capt. and Mrs. Joseph W. Pridgen -
keep Almost! indefinitely
course. this
and four children
are visitingthe
For ladies Want to climates but they
or gents: Jack
Captain's Rev. and
Mrs. Pridgen at parents Intercession City.A Home DemonstrationWeek take the hard working little wife and his each year. (With
chaplain in the Air Force,Capt. Set Aside out to dinner ana movie Gals, be host priced at 20 cents to
Pridgen has been stationed at Oxford do you have a card party or concert will bulb, this is like money
England for the past three Through the courtesy of Odell and can't find a baby sitter. 'during bank.) In4se$ wneie
years. His next assignment will beat Bronson an exhibit of home demonstration Your problem is solved. Call the I The left in the ground all
Los Angeles, Calif.A work will be displayedin High School Student Employment of roast is wise to dig them up
Kissimmee at the Tuxedo Feed Bureau. Miss Janice Samuel is in I the CHECK"t or three years and

gala party was held Easter Store on Broadway May 3-9. a ANNIVERSARY NOTED The 50th anniversary of the Ki&sim- charge and provide you with re- 7:30, them. The plants will
week at Brinson park when the This is National Home Demon- nee Woman's_ Club was noted Sunday when the Junior Woman's liable, experienced high school ner as a result and will
members of the Girl Scout Troop straton Week. More than 36,000 Club entertained with a tea at the home of Mrs. Murray Over- girls, 15 years old or over. The more prolific.
321 entertained their young brothers home demonstration club women street Jr. Shown. above are the welcoming hostesses and social charge are to be dug, dust
and sisters. Leaders of the and girls in Florida will join with committee members. Left to right, Mrs. William Sippel, Mrs. L working dirt off them spread
troop are Mrs. Stanley Anthony GVi million other club members Jennings Overstreet, Mrs. Cecil Norris, Mra. Claude Whatley, Mrs. WINS MEDAL in a box and place
and Mrs. John Magnusson. I throughout the nation in cele- Maxie Bowen. Mrs.-Je..eph'. Gainor and Mrs. Ralph' Moore. (Photo. lodge the furnace room or in
brating this event. by Skinner) ruler, for the winter.
Mrs.. Lucy Hamlin left this weekto the piece
The public is invited to see varieties of these fancy
spend the at herhome
summer window display and see some of the l are constantly
in Michigan. ..;,. 'I
the interesting and worthwhile activities Golden Anniversary : market Ask your nur-
The Gerald Wiersmas have returned which are being carried the them. You will en-
to their( nome at Flint, on by the home demonstration the day ( caladiums more if you
Michigan for the summer months. club women of Osceola County : }T day) selections with some of
under the leadership of Miss Marilyn ing on new "designs."
Club Noted
Cpl. and Mrs. Donald Young Dietrich, home demonstration Of Is promptly
and children have returned to agent,, are
Camp LeJeune North Carolina t l as
after spending a week's leave Legion Fish Fry The Junior Woman's Club of Miller, Mrs. Charles !Mendell Mrs. the RECORD
here visiting their parents Mr. Kissimmee. helped the Woman's I Carl Glass, and Miss Mary Ellen year
and Mrs. Owen Young and Mr. Draws Large CrowdThe Club' celebrate their Golden Anniversary I lodge.
I Carter.
and Mrs. Harry Chamberlain. by honoring them at a: i;: ; following is an
Free Fish for Legionnaire Responsible for the
Mrs. Orrie Suht returned\ with Fy tea Sunday afternoon at the homeof delightful I Army ;: :; : from the min-
and their Amities Saturday refreshments was the social ,
them for a short visit., Mrs. Murray W. Overstreet, committee >":4tt ;:. Ask : I
wascI'aned $ ; of the Osceola
night a great with Mrs. Maxie Bowen as '-
)Ir. and Mrs. Clarence Timmerman success: by the committee in Jr.The welcoming hostesses were chairman. Other members of the r 2i For School! Board,

joined the flock of our Win- charge. Mrs. William Sippel and Mrs. committee were Mmes. Jennings The December 7, 19iU:
ter residents who are leaving for Held, at the Legion Home, fish Murray Overstreet, Jr., while Overstreet, Claude Whatley, Joseph ,, :. ;\
their Northern homes. They left md hush puppies were served to I[ serving punch were Mrs. Samuel Gainer. Ralph Moore, Thom ,,;<; ": nesday Works 'l f superintendent
Tuesday for their home at Little 125 persons while background music Lupfer III and Mrs. CecilNor- as Albright Eugene Nally and ; ?; : a request to
Falls, New York. was furnished by Paul !br.Y ris.' Miss Mary Ellen Carter. .. i7ii to \ 1 from the fol

.,Vf-w. On the receiving line were Mrs. Approximately 75 club members ,!v{ "" q zations The 4: + residents of the
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Robert Crowell, Mrs. Robert H. attended. <::d by the area tor as.
be ;: in the way of

A also grants:

Mayor Jess Thacker separate :
DON'T BORROW t .,'.r' quested The r J. Harvey Hancock

Lynn Davis, 10 year old daughter ening
To Throw First Ball of )fr. and Mra. Richard V. Worth moved by Mrs.
TROUBLE Davis of Kissimmee won a second Harbor. ;, seconded by
place medal for her onebaton -. Other that each of
solo in the ten year old 000 for be assisted at the
division and a second place flood of $1.00 day
BORROW MONEY At Little League Opener medal for strutting in the 10 Slough; per ,
year old and under division at and long as there were
the United States Twirling Association Marks ; Motion carried."
Florida State championship
>, AND TROUBLE Mrs. Jess Thacker, Kissimmee' This year again, scheduled contest held Saturdayat Pass.'FIGHT. of two
first lady mayor, will start the games will be prayed Mondays, Orlando. years
local Florida Little Major League Wednesdays, and Fridays, weather to Mrs. Thelma
: permitting. "The will (Photo by Skinner) Harvey.
II season go
: season by hurling the first pitch
I WILL FOLLOWDon't into the middle of August or later
next Monday night. Some sales prospects are mi-
according: to the break we cetin under which such
League Director Art Dyer an- the weather" quoted Dyer, sera; they let the rest of the that the person

nounced today" that the program world go buy. live two miles or

believe word of it, folks. will get under way at approxi. Social Security OfficialTo

mately &:43 with Mayor Thacker Visit' Here

If in "tight awl throwing into the midst of the two the courthouse ree-
a yo cum teams scheduled to play the fintgame Byron R. patton, district manager homestead ex-
of the Social Ad- WITH A
at 6 p.m. The lucky "LittleLeaguer" definitely less
and see "OK" Perkins.If ministration District Office in Orlando $ ., : his period.
who comes out of the
will be at the Community
melee with the ball will have it House m Kissimmee on Monday, AND A
]lie can't get the dough! for May 2, and I.. CANDIDATE WHO
.! you, autographed by- Her Honor and on Monday, May 16, 1
AMtRItAN WICU socmrvr.
; have a photograph taken with her. between 9 a m. and noon. ---- ...- WILL GO ALONG STRICTLY BY THE LAWS

nobody can. This will be' the second year the 'to This those service who wish is made to apply available for i OF THE STATE AND OSCEOLA COU TY-

I local teams will play under the old-age and survivors benefits, THEN VOTE FOR

RI .ML jurisdiction. In additionto social security account numbers,
all of last year's" sponsors returning or obtain information about the ,

'NATIONALLOAN a new,team has been add Social Security Administration 1 1F
ed. This will be the Rotary Club program.
& FINANCE COMPANY entrant with Bob McKissic in J. W. (JAMES) WEBB

.charge of the team. Wa W. Parker To I Ik

', PHONE TI 6-7801 with The two boys thoughts play hard ia mind.all season First Attend ConventionThis AS OSCEOLA COUNTY: -,\

that their team will win the ,.-
is to inform the veterans :
championship and second, that.
Broadway at Darlington over McCrory 5&10,Kissimmee of Osceola County the State Sere COMMISSIONERp(
". .. they will get picked on the all- ice Officers School
*- ** > : and Conference ..
star squad to play in tourna ?
conducted by fet* Florida De- (Districts .'
Loans-Made In All Last first and ) :
Nearby: Towns ments. year's second Prtme of Veterans Affairs with
i :
half close all the
Florida OHrned and Florida Operated* way. ,The Liana were Club, first half reteraas the cooperation administration and help official of the IN THE DEMOCRATIC ..:.'...,

winners, met the Mkkler, squad will be held at Daytona Beach PRIMARY ELECTION ON MAY; ;: -'d. '
Also Four Convenient Offices in Cocoa, Ft.,;'Pierce, secoad round winners, for the May 2nd to 7th. ,
league honors, la a hard and well W. 5r. He will
'Melbourne and THusviile Parker, county service serve you Jionestly giving
4j series the Lions
played can out officer vlll attend this conferencefor
ontop, two games out of three, tilt WMk. representation tt ALL!
j and walked'oft with the league His trice will be closed until
ta3o championship. May 9& 1 Paid PolIti.M') crtitn.nt)


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Pare 2 The Kissimmee_Gazette, Thursday April 28, 1960 I WINS FIRST PLACE

Highlands Caladiums
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HighlightsSports ." -
,3 TrXi Color To Summer

hafawa'lB1 I
: What's new in sports
here in the Highlands. Baseball Wondering what to plant foj s I nearly 100 acres of bulbs, par
what else at this time of the summer color layed his early earnings into a
;: 'year. The Milton Ave. "Whizzers" What about ealadisms, one ol sizable fortune and on top of

j I will take on all other Highland nature's moat brilliantly painted earning the title of world's largest
I e teams who think they might offer specimens! grower, has surrounded himself
some competition.Due Caladiums, members of the tu with the world's biggest collection
On this sick list, this week. Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Grigsby to the efforts of the Harry ber family, are hard to beat foi of commercial caladium va

at the Kissimmee Hospital....j spent several days last week visiting .. Rose family on Milton, the boys 1c\\. a colorful bouquet all summer rieties. He is one of the foremost

Jimmie Lassiter Earl Tyson, Mrs. i friends at St, Petersburgand ,:;I ,, ""' j have a place to play baseball 'D A'U long.> Their leaves come in the authorities on caladiums in Florida
Dunedin.Mr. ..,,/ Permission was obtained to mowa faintest pink or the deepest red and perhaps the country.
Ruby St. Clair, Mrs. Hazel Evans, ,.., .,.
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baseball diamond at the end of all the shades in between as well Here the schoolteacherturnedfarmer -
Mrs. Gretchen Nance Mrs. Geraldine and Mrs. Charles C. Dowd HOBBY SHOW A portion of the Hobby Show held last Saturday
Milton Ave. in the large field. So as in combinations of white and has consented to pass
Hess, Horace Brown, Miss have returned to their home at I
at the Garden
Orange Community House is shown above
fellers get yourselves a team green. And the designs-stripes, along some hints to home gardeners
Alice Chezen, Edwin Allen Rose, Springfield, Mass. They plan to Thli show, containing away interesting collection, paintings and
Mrs. Nina May Boykin, Mrs. Joann return in a few months to make hobbies, was sponsored Jointly by the Orange Gardens Civic Association together and head for the diamond. polka dots, tweeds, paUlies and. : on raising caladioms.
and the Just a moment all) you "big surrealistic tplotehe--could only! 1. Use every precaution possible .
Rauleson, Mrs. Leona Webb, their home at Orange Gardens. Orange Blossom Garden Clmb. (Photo by Skinner) .
WendeU Ketchum Mrs. Ernestine Jf fellers" this diamond is for ,," .,. have been created by Mother Nature to get bulbs from plants
Sexton, Mrs. Ruth McGeorge Birthday congratulations this the "little leaguers" take a herself. grown under most favorable conditions -
at the Osceola Hospital. Mrs week are being sent to B. E. healthy dose of vitamins and gie <,", ... .:-;' Caladiums can be kept in pots if you hope to get superior
Agnes Bryant Mrs. Mary Myers, Trent, J. D. Benton, Mrs. Cassie Hobby Show Is Held out and mow yer own! inside the house (if they are allowed performance. (In other words, buy
Mrs. Marie Carmody, Joseph Pehl- Hankins, Mrs. Cecil Bush, Marie Bulletin to all Highlanders: Dig : :: ; a daily sunbath to keep the your bulbs from a reputablesource.

man Mrs. Janet Lee, Frank Har- Samuel, Irene Fom, Hartzell up that money in the back yard; 1'-'R! < stems from becoming spindly and .)
gett, Miss Karla Weber, Maurice I Lucas, William Prather, Ray Sessions At Orange GardensThe peel those *C* notes out of the : the colors from fading), to gar- 2. Several small bulbs in a large
Paul, C. G. Rine, Mrs. Lucy La-I Jr., Dave Bronson, Ruth dictionary; scoop out those green nish a border inj semi-shaded pot will produce quicker, leafier
nier, Mrs. Edna Williams, Mrs. Padgett, Dan Autrey Jr., Jackie bills from under the mattress; I 'Jan Davis four year old daughter areas along the garden path, as results than one large bulb.
Gillie Wyre Chap Newton, Miss McMasters Russell Thacker, Ma. Orange Gardens Community war souvenirs, Egyptian oil lamp gather together all that silver of Mr. and Mrs. Richard king-size nosegays in corners of 3. Caladiums should be planted
Theresa Jeffers, Miss Jeanne mie Padgett and Cliffie May. Best House Saturday was a beehive embroidery flower arrangement, hidden in the sofa this week Davis of Kissimmee, won first the yard, around trees, in rock between aix inches to ,a foot
Grammatico, Mrs. Ollie Kampfe, wishes to each of you. of activity when the first Hobby original paintings, pine needle end is reserved for the Cancer place for her baton solo in the gardens, window boxes or as apart, depending on the size,
Mrs. Myrtice Gregory, Mrs. Georgia Miss Evelyn Stewart of Washington Shpw was held.Sponsored craft, felt novelties hand weaving Drive and some lady or gent six year old and nnder division beauty spots beneath the evergreen about 11 inches below the surface
Young, Mrs. Amy Scbulke, D. C. and Kiesimmee is jointly by the Orange Budhas carved in wheat, shell from the Highlands will call on at the United States Twirling shrubs. of the ground in moist soil or
Mrs. Wanda Clay, Miss Louise visiting relatives and friends here Gardens! Civic Association and the collections three doll collections, you for a donation. Association Florida State After azaleas, camellias and peat They should be watered
Clay, Master Jim Clay, Alex for several days. Orange Blossom Garden Club the art objects of Central and South Those members of our group Championship Contest held Sat- other flowers are gone, the when planted, then as often as
Payne, Mrs. Emelega Hardacker. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Spenceof show was very successful and U America, brasses of India and who have been generous in donating urdjy at Orlando. beauty of caladiums lingers unusually I they need it when they begin to
1613 George Street recently is hoped that it will be an annual Pakistan, photography, bird sanctuary their time to help on the from early June through I grow but not water-logged fertilized -
Claude B. Reynolds, who has entertained friends at their home. affair. exhibit, needlework guild drive are as follows: Martina (Photo by Skinner) September, when they begin, like I with light applications of
spent the winter with his sister, These included Mr. and Mn. The entries were many and var- exhibit, table setting, hostess set- Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bland; some animals, to show a hankering I commercial fertilizer (ask your
s Miss Ethel Reynolds, returned to James Eckert, Mr. and Mrs. ed. They included old and choice ting and cancer dressing display. Milton Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Harry to go into hibernation for the nurseryman what kind) and
his home N. Y. this
week. Miss at Syracuse,accompanied Claude Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. bedspreads tablecloths and quilts, Orange pineapple juke was Rose; Highland Ave., Mr. and Elks Dance To Honor winter. I mulched with leaves pine strawor

him to Fayetteville Reynolds, N. Y.. where Mr. and Mrs. African ,art in ivory and ebony, served, courtesy of Osceola Fruit Mrs. Roy Bay; Beaumont Ave. New Members\ Saturday Caladiums were born and bred, something to help hold the
Dobfrta.! oriental art objects, art in wood, Distributors. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cazier.So in the hot humid Amazon River, moisture.
she will spend the summer. Saturday eveniL*, April 30, the I
Green all of Schenectady New don't be a Scrooge-help end Valley. But with proper care they 4. In areas where the growing
,. Kissimmee Elks \Lodge No. 1873
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mat- York; Mr. and Mrs. Leach of Buffalo ;' ; the scourge of Cancer. The funds is holding spec&l dance in its can brighten any corner all sum. season is short, bulbs may be
thews and children, Barbara, Bev- and Mr. and ilrs. Jack: t raised from this drive may mean home on'Darlington 'Ave. from 9 mer long as far north as Alaska. started inside before they are
erly and Freddie, of Dover, DeL Semple of Orange Gardens. the end of this vicious disease. to 12 midnight All members and Last year Florida's state plant I planted outside. This is done by
spent several days with their Sick call: On the sick list this their wives board inspected b crop of more : placing them in a box of peat in
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ford Mr. and {rs. John Loomis left week is Edwin Rose who recently attend this are affair cordially which invitedto is to than 24 million caladium bulbs the furnace room: or similar warm
of Orange Gardens. i this week for their home at Hing- fractured his right elbow. How honor the members who have for distribution Alaska and 33 place.

and Mrs. W. ham, Wisconsin. You guessed it. Playing baseball, been initiated into the lodge dur- other states. (Many more millions 5. Save your bulbs. Not only
Capt. Joseph Pridgen
of coi rse. ing this month. went to states which do not will they keep almost indefinitely
and four children are visitingthe rs
Captain's parents. Rev. and For ladies or gents: Want to Jack White, lecturing knight require inspection and to foreign in some warm climates but they
Mrs. Pridgen at Intercession City.A Home DemonstrationWeek : itl.yC take the hard working little wife and his wife, Blanche who will countries as far away as Aus will multiply each year. (With
chaplain in the Air Force, Capt. Set Aside f.1 out to dinner ana a movie! Gals, be host and hostess of the eveningwill tralia.) Most of these came from caladiums priced at 20 cents to
Pridgen has been stationed at Oxford do you have a card party or con- introduce the honored guests Lake Placid, located on U. S. 27 10 cents a bulb, this is like moneyin
England, for the past three Through she courtesy of Odell ; :' cert and can't find a baby sitter. during the dance. in Smith Cfcntial Florida and the bank.) In- wes wneie
years. His next assignment will be Bronson, an exhibit of home dem- .1I. ; :' Your problem is solved. Call the The usual family night dinnerof known as the caladium center of' bulbs are left in the ground all
at Los Angeles, Calif.A onstration: work will be displayedin ,_ ,._ \, High School Student Employment roast beef will be served by the world. Growing caladiums for 1 winter it is wise to dig them up
Kissimmee at the Tuxedo Feed "' "*' __......._ _h. j-.." .- Bureau. Miss Janice Samuel is in the ladies auxiliary from 6 till bulbs is about a $2 million annual every two or three years and

gala party was held Easter Store on Broadway May 39. ANNIVERSARY NOTED The 50th anniversary of the Kusim- charge and provide you with reliable 7.30, when the social afterdinner industry here. I separate them. The plants will
week at Brinson park when the This is National Home Demon- mee Woman's Club was noted Sunday when the Junior Woman's experienced high school activities will begin. Living near this orange-blossom look better as a result and will
members of the Girl Scout Troop straton Week. More than 36,000 Club entertained with a tea at the home of Mrs. Murray Over- girls, 15 years old or over. The various i committees in scented community of blue lakes become even more prolific.
324 entertained their young brothers i home demonstration club women street. Jr. Shown above are the welcoming hostesses and social charge of the evening have been and rolling hills covered with; 6. If bulb. are to be dug, dust
and sisters. Leaders of the ; and girls in Florida will join with committee members. Left to right Mrs. William Sippel Mrs. L working hard to make this an citrus trees and carpets of cala-. some of the dirt off them, spread
troop are Mrs. Stanley Anthony Gtt million other club members Jennings Overstret, Bin. Cecil Norris, Mrs. Claude Whatley, Mrs. WINS :MEDAL outstanding success for the new diums is L. L. Holmes, thought to them thinly in a box and place
end Mrs. John Magnusson.Mrs. throughout the nation in celebrating Maxie Bowen, Mrs..Joseph Gainer and Mrs. Ralph Moore. (Photo lodge year John Days exalted be the world's largest producer of them in the furnace room or ina
this event. by Skinner) ruler, asserted, and a good' three- caladium bulbs.Twenty.five warm place for the winter.
Lucy Hamlin left this weekto The public is invited to see the piece band has been engaged for years ago Holmes 7. New varieties of these fancy
spend the summer at her homein
window display and see some of the dance. eased into the caladium business leaved plants are constantly going -
Michigan. the interesting and worthwhile activities Goldett Anniversary John Davis also announced that with a mere bushel basket of bulbs i on the market Ask your nurseryman -
The Gerald Wiersmas have returned "' which are being carriedon the lodge will be closed during to supplement his income led about them. You will en-
to theta nome at Flint, by the home demonstration the day next Tuesday (election high school principal. Over the joy our caladiums more if you
Michigan for the summer months. club women of Osceola County day and that the regular 'meet- past quarter century the ex- vary our selections with some of I
under the leadership of Miss Marilyn Club Noted ing on that night will start schoolteacher has accumulated the interesting new "designs."
Cpl. and Mrs. Donald Young Dietrich, home demonstration Of promptly at 8:00. All membersare

and children have returned to agent.Legion ., urged to attend this meetingas
Camp LeJeune, North Carolina t certain important matters of
after spending week's leave Fish Fry The Junior,' Woman's Club of Miller, Mrs. Charles Mendell, Mrs. the work for the present lodge A MATTER QF RECORD
here visiting their: parents, Mr. Kissimmee helped the Woman's Carl Glass and Miss Mary Ellen) year will be presented to the
and Mrs. Owen Young and Mr. Draws Large CrowdThe Club celebrate -their 'Golden Anniversary Carter. "\' Ap;' lodge.

and Mrs. Harry Chamberlain.Mrs. by honoring them at a The following is
Free Fish Fry for Legionnahe Responsible for the ; :
Orrie Suhl returned with tea Sunday afternoon at the home delightful ,Army EngineersAsk :
from the minutes
and their _mikes Saturday refreshments excerpt
was the social
of Mrs. Murray W. Overstreet committee
them for a short visitMr. ,
night was t termed a great with Mrs. Maxie Bowen as $7,113,000 of the Osceola

and Mrs. Clarence Timmerman success by the committee in Jr.The welcoming hostesses were chairman. Other members of the 'For State Jobs County School Board,

joined the flock of our Winter charge. Mrs. William Sippel and Mrs. committee were Mmes. Jennings The t dated December 7,1934:
residents who are leaving for Held, at the Legion Home, fish Murray Ovefstreet, Jr., while Overstreet, Claude Whatley, Joseph Army Engineers last Wednesday 'Ai
their Northern homes. They left! ind hush puppies were served to serving punch were Mrs. Samuel Gainer Ralph Moore, Thomas Works asked the Senate Public .L. "The superintendent
Tuesday for their home at Littl 125 persons while background mu- Lupfer III and Mrs Cecil Nor Albright Eugene Nally and Committee in Washingtonto presented a request to
Falls, New York. sic was furnished by Paul Mar.DON'T ris. Miss Mary Ellen Carter. approve $7,113,000 in authorizations the board from the following

.A__ __ _ _ _, _,_ _. _, _, __. ___.A On the receiving line were Mrs. Approximately 75 club mem- The authorizations for four Florida, if projects residents of the
Robert Crowell, Mrs Robert H.I bers attended. the Senate, would still approve"by ,have to Kenansville: area tor assistance
N 1 !
a'GT.1X be approved by the House. They' in the way of

also would need appropriations in ;.i transportation grants:

Mayor Jess Thacker separate legislation.The L. J Harvey
BORROW biggest authorization requested -
was $4,990,000 for deep Wesley Hancock

Lynn Davis, 10 year old daughter ening and widening the :.ale w
", To Throw First of Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Worth inlet in the Palm ieach It was moved by Mrs.
Ball '
': : TROUBLE Davis of Kissimmee, won' a second Harbor. Hettinger, seconded by
place medal for her onebaton -. Other requests included $318- Armstrong, that each of
solo in the ten year old 000 for canal and levee work for them be assisted at the

division and a second place flood protection at Nicodemus JAMES W. WEBB rate of $1.00 day
per ,
'-BORROW MONEY At Little League medal for strutting in the 10 Slough; $1,711,000 for deepening
Opener year old and under division at and widening the channel at St. retroactive to September 7, 1954, as long as there were

the United States Twirling As.' Marks Rivers; and $104,000 for sufficient funds. All ayes, no nays. Motion carried."
sociation Florida State champ channel improvements at Little

.:,x > .AND TROUBLE Mrs. Jess Thacker, Kissimmee's This year again, scheduled ionship contest held Saturdayat Pass."FIGHT. This amount was paid for a period of two yearsat

first lady mayor, will start the games will be prayed Mondays Orlando. the rate of $1.00 for each school day, to Mrs. Thelma
local Florida Little Major League Wednesdays, and Fridays, weather READ Harvey wife of
permitting. "The will (Photo by Skinner) my opponent, L. J. Harvey.
season go
season by hurling the first
WILL FOLLOWDon't into the middle of August or later
next Monday night. according to the break we get Some sales prospects are misers The requirements of state law under which such

League Director Art Dyer announced in the weather," quoted Dyer. ; they let the rest of the transportation grants are made, state that the person

today that the program world go buy. FOR RESULTS receiving transportation grants must live two miles or

believe a word of it folks.If will get' under way at approximately Social Security OfficialTo more from the school.

5:45 with Mayor Thacker Visit Here ; ;; ; CANCER
in awl throwing into the midst of the two TWO MILES OR !MORE\ Yet the courthouse re*
you're a "tight, yo' cum teams scheduled to play the first Byron K. Patton. district manager ords show that my opponent claimed homestead ex-

game at 6 p.m. The lucky "Little of the Social Security Ad- 4 WITH A CHECKUP emption during this time on a residence definitely less
and see "OK" Perkins. ministration District Office in Orlando than two miles from the school daring his period.
Leaguer" who comes out of the .
will be at the Community ,
melee with the ball will it House AND A CHECK"
in Kissimmee
on Monday

If hecan't get: the dough for you, autographed by tIer Honor aDd May 2, and on Monday May 16, 11UtEt1Wt IF YOU WANT A CANDIDATE WHO

have a photograph taken with her. between 9 a.m. and noon. --- -WICU 3otlEttg .......- WILL GO ALONG STRICTLY BY THE LAWS

i. : nobody can. This will be- the second year the This those service who wish is made to apply availableto for! \ OF THE STATE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY-

local teams will play under- the eld-age and survivors benefits, j THEN VOTE FOR

F.LJ1L jurisdiction. In additionto social security account number. '
= c all of last year's .sponsors returning I or obtain information about the II t i
a new team has been add Social Security Administration ,
ed. This will be ,the Rotary Club program.

& FINANCE COMPANYPHONE charge entrant of with the team.Bob MeKissic in 'w: W Parker To J. W. (JAMES) WEBBAS

The boys play hard all season
TI Attend ConventionThis
with two thoughts i* mind. First
that their will the
team win
.. is to inform the veteransof >.
championship apd'nd, that
Broadway at Darlington over McCrory 5&10 Kissimmee Oseeoia County the State Service
... ,, ... they will get picked on the all- Officers School and Conference
-'4 star squad to play in tourna- conducted by hte Florida Department (District
':. ; loans Made( In. All Nearby%Towns ments. Last year's first and sea of Veterans Affairs willi ) !
.., ,
half close all the
.. end races were the cooperation! and help of the IN THE DEMOCRATIC-
: ::1.Florida Owned and F orida', Operated way. The Lions Chub {'U'half veterans administration official ,-H.-;
'" f '
Vi' -; s- -.r-
> winners met the Mktkr stir
: will be held at Daytona Beach PRIMARY ELECTION ON b L1Y 3rd.
Also -'CgirvenitntDffces..: in.... .Cocoa; .Ft., 'Pierce second round winners, for the May 2bd t. 7th. zr,
.Melbourne; and< 7SttlsvillC'i oft'i.. league bo on. In a Lard and well W. SRT.: Parker, county service He will serve you honestly giving
played series, the Lions came out officer *ill attend this conferencefor I fair
ontopy two games out of three th* Week. representation tp A1JLJ

and walked off with the league His office will be closed u sit fl !

. > championship. May 9ft.( < Paid POIULaJ] A4\"t isemeutl!
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Methodists Plan To I Schedule First Methodist\ Announced-. :., Obituaries I IlIrs. Phil Kelley Tells ,.I, Announces Sunday school Services will begin at 9:43

et the First Christian Church
Reactivate ChurchRecently Sprviw at the First :Methodist Lillian 1 Deyoreo Lorenzo Haywood Crow Lions Of Law It Is requested that those who attend
Church bezin with Sundv Day please be on time. The international

school at 9:45 a.m. and a cordial Succumbed on Monday Died At Tampa MondayMr. Sunday school lesson will:

a church membership the interest of all age groups. welcome is extended to all. Thf'mo"in be "The Pure in Heart. Classes
survey, led by the commission en Plans for services worship service starts u" T.i1lia1Jhm: Dvore 71. Lorenzo Haywood Crow 72, Kfe immee Lions at their meet- He nointed out that there wereo for all ages are provided.At .
missions of the First Methodist Sunday worship *>f Kf mme*. n.'t.eA MonA \ passed away In a Tampa nursing: in? Mondar night hM the p1t! e.- remmms" to pay. but the 11 a.m., Jimmy Cox, pastor
win p.Ilo l be /tis nSSed. lit 11 oVlock. and this Sundav. nr" of harin an address Jby Phil 'w...6ta .
Church, was made of the residential drv ,1+_ A h.i O # i11nells. home Monday\ after a lengthy ill- 11PTeAt. I will preach on the subject "Christ
areas west of Kissimmee. This Reports will. b- made bv PevHenrw Harold Farmer, chairman of the rmtif* of P....+.s..."nt\.; ness. Teller, Osceola, County TlI'OSec11t. The b..rhea+. f'n"H.-e, ra" +ntt.od Sent Them Out Two By Two"Also
survey has indicated that thereis Guv. n tor of the Kis"im- finance commission! will p1""e eke *ttred ;n 1R ..ltprv;",, A native of Harriman. Tennessee or. nn the ra.OIil1of the eel on thp xurre of th o rpPallr. < ; ".) communion will be observedat

a desire of the residents fora Meeint/ Vethodi Church. Rev. annual financial mPlss'e 'or 3*; ears ;" the Cl<*roCo\ nCfoflc he was a resident of Kissim- br*ton! of Law Day. Unn! A d-li' rhtfol m 11st.1 this service.
W. P. Hanks. minister! of visitations KVltev waited a list of "rn.Iom't" -- "-.TP" wAe n-sented hv t". Teacher will beheld
church within that area. Chancel Choir i will sins! "God SoLoT'M tw offi<**., Y> /t"t of that mee from 1924 to 1947, and had : fi course
Mrs. Joe Lombardy mission wh vrr wemmaMer yo;
been resident of for the 0CtnnR" egad. ST nsrtw''l te at 6 pjn. in the Primary de-
Because that a Tampa
of planning
finding a H"for the late John L. Over- .
I .
commissionhairman. and Harris The World. bv Stainer. 13 I -. tl e Bill of Rights but the Perrv." TAAVJ.. tl>,.. 'ntN1PTNerse partment and all teachers are re-
the pat
meeting for reactivating Churchis Daniel. builder, who baA made a The nnd..v wnin r -rvice ..*. st--t.She. He was years.a veteran of TW'1 audJ"Tw. wa Inform Shingle Creek Community careful etirvev of the buildings. pins ft 70) with Her. Onvmirnmn WIIII! past WortW ,1\ft.\ irirr* fi-wt the Russian Cnn titu. "'r cflntf'lt hv UA Jim: 'Jri11if\. second lesson in the series.
cf I. in Fr-- "
having served
being planned. All It is how all who P'I\lv' +mn of t* Order of tM Fasten tipsneaker pointed out PrheKre ..1
r r are 1rinMnrr tti \+es -ve. 0>""- : II- ed tn c"iMPlln
the Wset Vine Street, Shingle working wh" this proj jp.t that v'; )H be observed at this star of Kwsimmee rn"l f w s for and England. He was a memh that these freedom! were not en- and a ?nU) .. kiddies "io".t f....
Creek Lake Cecile and Lake Nil the West Kissir"ree: families will service only. -a"v rear v."v neMve! f"i the of the American Legion and the roved by the Rus..tan PCO''\IC as "mul,.-trai" rides and a chair donated
son areas are be urged to at- Resin.. and Professional Women First Baptist Church, Kissimmee. hey in the United Statist.
fire br Jackson C
help bv attending and making A'v> on Snd. eve"Jne th" is survived Fnm rnn. :torw ""
tend fe. /wship covered H@ by one stepdaughter -
family their community church hin Club The idealistic! freedoms'of the *. anr*toned for the LJon. Fund
BpccessfoL Youth meet
Methodist r
dish supper at the Shingle Creek Each is asked F". ws .. member of the First : Mrs.\ Mildred Myers, of Russian law are not allowed under The office of corresnoTwUne
Community Church grounds at communistic
ef.H.n form of
Ch"1"C" gov- -trv was ce-ted "nd Lion T'orn
covered dish table
and service. f0.Mondav. !
6 .
the MYF at :
o'clock All I Drosrapn !';tuloe. Harrison Tenn. Mrs. C.
on Friday May I Survivors include iwn dcpb- : ernment. Ri..htmir of the iinvu! of Bar-
interested residents of Kissimmeeare ... May 2nd ter*. "> Arthur vOwlpr.' ] W rRobMns. F. Fleishel Jr., Spring City, Th representative of the Osce- pains was nominate fnr t"e of- ..
also cordially invited to attend First Baptist Church The Bettv PanIk Circle will w."- Ceo*'*!* and Mrs.\ Tenn.; Sirs. R. A. Carlton, West cla County Bar Association 1 fik> fir". The name of Bill W*lsh' w*. \
this supper meeting when hold a covered dish luncheon at Eddie Stewart, .Kmimpiee* two Palm Beach; Miss Gertrude Crow, coed himself to a salesman selling lidded to th* hat J of nominees for '
plans will be made for cleaningand Conducts RevivalThe noon lIt the hom* of Mrs. Emo-: fisters Mrs. Abby David, Orlando I ong Beach, Calif.: Miss Delia stock in the United States. the office of director. .t.

renovating the building and revival meeting now under gene Smith, 217 Randolph St. and Mrs. Flora Swrlinar, Sanford Crow, Mrs. II. C,' Ouarles. )lr!. : .
establishing a Sunday school inLawn The Mary Summerlin Circle .. J. C. Brown Mrs.\ Kenneth Meherson -
Georsre Hats
way in the First Baptist Church : three broth*s, .
will meet at the hom of M"... : and Mrs. Pauline C. Morse Warns '
cf Kissimmee is off to a fine Evan"ton. Illinois Jack W. Against :
start. With Rev. J. Elwood Pawls William R* at 3:00 with Mrs. W. S. Duns number of nieces and nephews. ,
Mowers of Orlando, preaching there were Sanford; seven erandchildren and
seven additions by Monday night. more as hostess. four grt't- ndchildren. Funeral services were held at Bogus Census TakersK. Y
There are indications that there The Ida Tiller Circle will Meet Funeral services were held at 2 10:30 a.m. Wednesday from the i

Repaired; will be many more as the week lit 3:00 at the home of Mrs. R.J. o'clock Wednesday from the Gris- Grissom chapel, with Dr. II. P. )f. Blakeslee incident '... ,
I progresses. Sunday school super- D nnine-!. Denn John Lane. aom chapel with the R4>v. D. D. Amos minister of the First Baptist reports an ,
(All makes) intendents and their teachers are The Lulu Overstreet Circle will Dehault of Orlando officiating, Church, officiating. Casket. that happened to his wife I Jehovah Witnesses'
contacting each member of their meet at 3:00: at the home of Mrs. assisted by the Rev. Jimmie Cox. i bearers were Legionnaires from while visiting'a daughter in Lake I
ANDERSON'S classes this week, looking towarda W. P. Hanks, 1709 Orange Blvd. minister of the First Christian Makinson-Carson Post of the land recently In a call to Bill Schedule Listed

high attendance on the coming Mrs. Katherine Gibbs is co-host Church. Casketbearers were Rob- I American Legion. Interment was Morse, Kissimmee Chamber' of Friday April 29, 7:30 t>.m.:
Lord's Day. The service at 11 aJn. ess and Mrs. Lena Hunt. program ert Ml Buckels. O. P. Johnson. I in .Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom Commerce President, Blakeslee Ministry School talks on "Good b

GARAGE, Sunday will be broadcast by station chairman.The Susannah Wesley Circle Wade Lanier, W. E. Pound Glenn Funeral Home was In charge 'of also told of a similar incident Paragraphing"; "Is Michael And a a:
WKBX. There will be no 8:30: Ray and J. C. Tyson. Intermentwas arrangements. which has since occurred in Tam- Jesus Christ One And The
22 S. BERMUDA TI 6-3552 will meet at \]:30 p.m. at the Gris- Same?" "Jehovah ,, .
service. in Rose Hill Cemetery. ; Shows His Supremacy -
home of Mrs. J. B. Rountree 303
Each night is a night of special Bass StThe som Funeral Home was in charge. John Cox 71 DiedIn pa.Morse said that all persons Over The False Gods OfEgypt"

emphasis and Thursday is "Pack Weslev1n Service Guild should be on the alert for a man, ; Bible reading of Psalm ,
a Pew" night. As many as will will meet at 8 p.m. at the homeof John Charles Bauman St. Cloud Monday or possibly a woman posing as a 7&:1 to 78:33. .yd .
E are asked to invite friends and Mrs. Alma Hetherington, census taker. bits Blakeslee had Sunday May 1, 4 p.m.: public
pack a pew in the church and sit Idora Park, with Miss Helen Bass Claimed By Death ')Ir. John 'Cox 71, of 116 East such a visit from a man who talk "What, Is Your Future In
together. Friday night is Young as co-hostess. Mr. John Charles Bauman 79, Jackson Street, Kissimmee passed asked detailed questions concerning The Space Age?" The subject of
People and Intermediate Night Toesdav. May 3rd of 408 South Clyde Avenue Kis- away in a St. Cloud nursing home the family and particularly the Watchtower study and discus

and all young people are encour- The Mary Clark Circle will gimmee passed away early Wed londay afternoon after a lengthy about members in other areas. sion is "Working "'hole-Souled". ,
aged to attend and Wring a friend. meet at 9:30 a.m. at the home of nesday evening. illness. Later when the real census taker Wednesday, May 4. 8 n.m.: Bible
On Saturday night there will be Mrs. E. M. Jones, 515 PoinsettiaLane. A native of Poughkeepsie. N.Y., A native of Newfoundland, came by and presented credentials studv through the Bible aid
no preaching service, however, the he moved from Marion, Ohio to Harbor Britain Canada he had she realized something was "Your Will Be Done On Earth".
1' 1 / evangelist will ouume, a program The Children's Choirs rehearse Kissimmee 13 years ago. been a resident of this community wrong and decided to publicize Meetings are held at the King
of activity for all. after school irithe educational He was a retired locksmith and for the past two years. the; incident. dom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, This is one of the American

JlkEHiNlEW On next Wedneauay at 9 a.m. building.The was a member of the Evangelical He was a veteran of World The Chamber of Commerce is Ocean Street. Persons of good will Cancer Society's 2,000,000
the faculty of tht vacation Bible Prayer and Bible Study United Brethren Church of Marion War,I, serving with the Canadian alert to "fly-by-night" operatorswho are invited to attend.Presbyterian volunteers. She is a neighbor -

School will metV at the church Hour will be conducted in the Ohio. Armed Forces. He was a former try to move through town of yours-interested
for textbook study and planning.All educational building at 7:30 p.m. Survivors include four sisters, member of the Merchant Marine and although the motives of these Church in your family's welfare
those who have contactedand on Wednesday. Smith. Miss Grace and was for a period of 20 years
ben Mrs. Catherine fraudulent
Your home wiil look lovelier census takers is not Activities ListedThe because she knows the
There will be worken' confer with hat manufacturing -
all others-who will are askedto a and Miss Alice Bauman connected a
when your drapes are cleaned Bauman clear, it is almost a sure bet that
time. The will ence meeting' in the educational Poughkeepsie Mrs. Eliza- firm in Dantmry, Conn. Chancel Choir meets Thursday threat of cancer in this com-
by our special processes and come on nursery all of ; the information gathered will be -
handled by our expert Sanitone be open for the children of the building on Thursday at 7:30. beth Smith, Verbank, N. Y. Survivors Include .his wife Mrs. used to someone's disadvantage.; 7:45 p.m. for rehearsal in munity. She is dedicated to
workers. The nursery is open on On Friday Map 6th there will Funeral services were held at Mary Eleanor Cox Kissimmee; : Morse suggests, therefore, that the sanctuary. the goal of the American
each Thursday for visitation from be a covered dish supper and 2 o'clock Sunday from the Gris- two brothers, Michael Cox Dart anyone having a visit from a Sunday services will begin with Cancer Society: to save

method.NORRIS 9 a.m.. to.11 a.m. ; Creek meeting Church at 6 p.m.for at residents the Shingle of ; som chapel, with the Rev. W. mouth, N. S., Canada and Valentine census taker ask to see their of Sunday school at 9:45: a.m. There lives from cancer...a goal
The weekly rehearsal of the i that community. Members concerned Carl Beatty, minister of the Free Cox, Halifax, N. S., Canada; ficial credentials. These creden are classes for all ages. Morning that will be fully realized

Youth Choir will be at I 5 p.m. Methodist Church, officiating assisted two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Emberly tials have been prepared for just worship begins at 11 o'clock: The
CLEANERS Sunday followed by supper in the day school with at starting Shingle a Creek new Sun are by the Rev. C. V. Gilmore, Halifax and Mrs. Elmore Wehle, such purpose and the official census Rev. Don I,. Van Etten will be only final when research providesthe
of this
dining hall. Adult Choir rehearsal attend.If the Rev. James R. Lukens the Dar1n outh. taker will present them with preaching on "Magnanimous Mo conquest
beginning May 5th will be at 7:30. urged to Rev. Grace Burke and the Rev. Funeral services will be held .at out hesitation. If such visitor refuses tives That Hold Life Together". dread disease.
Kissimraee's Finest i Fred Toms. Interment ;was in 10:30 aon. Thursday from the to presen' credentials, the The choir under the direction of This April on CDay"C"for
cake browns too quickly
Dakin Ave, your Gardens Gns- Grissom chapel.'&it the,ReVyHep.-, Lester W. Geisler will:render the
,.. Miss Sidney Lumley left Tues- before it is thoroughly baked Osceola Memory ** First chamber urges that "no informa : "Conquer Cancer", a
"of the
PHONE TI 6-5951 l-day to speed the Summer at place a pan of water on top rack som Funeral Home was in chargeof ry Guy minister Church officiating. In Hon be provided and, further, thata anthem "Lord For Thy TenderMercy's friend will ring your bell
Boyne City, Michigan. in arrangements. Methodist description of the be Sake" by Ferrant. The
your oven. terment will follow in Osceola person United Presbyterian Youth for and ask you to help speed
telephoned to toe Chamber of
Memory Gardens. Grissom Funeral Commerce office or the police. junior and senior high school ages the day'of conquest. She
Home is in charge of arrange will meet Sunday at 6 pjn. in the will ask you to contribute to

ments. educational building.The conquer cancer. Don't fail
National CONELRADTest Trustees will meet Monday, her. Don't fail yourself.Give

Edward Woods Slated TuesdayAll 7:30 p.m. in the pastor's study. on "Conquer Cancer Day."
Dupfee The junior choir will meet Tuesday -
AccidentMr. 3:15 at the church. The Fight Cancer with a
In[ Fatal p.m.
radio and television
stations mid-week service will commence Checkup and Cheek!
will off the air at 1
go pjn. on
Dupree Edward Woods 45, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the
Tuesday, May 3rd for one half i
of Boise Idaho was fatally injured hour. educational building. CANCER

when struck by an automobile This is to conduct the annual SOCIETY
A college boy's father is the a
> one mile north of the city CONELRAD. Information may be
limits early Friday evening.He received over 640 kcs. or 1240 kcs. kin he loves to touch.

was a native of Snyder on the radio. I The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday April 28. 1960 Page 3 I
Nebraska and was a painter by I
He is survived by his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Woods,
and one sister Mrs. Jacob Lee,
r- ,
all of Boise. ,
Funeral services were held tt s VOTE FOR
2 o'clock Monday at the intermentin
the Catholic section of Rose S .
.ai .
Hill Cemetery with the Rev. Wil-) i -

lam? Holmes of Holy Redeemer .."' +
officiating. Gris 3 '
Catholic Church, ,,. 3 4.
som Funral Home was in chargeof .f .

New Books AddedTo ww

The LibraryThe County Commissioner

following new books have .
been added to the shelves of the .:; 6 -',.:
Hart Memorial Library according ; ; .b District 3

to Mrs. Mary Hansell, libra '' .

rian: A' .. ,9 Subject To 3rd
,5 ,,. May Primary
\: : 2 DR CDS HOME All the Day Long,' by Howard T ; )I. '


:. ON YOUR LOT Florida Smith.Way of Life, by Mike

The Bell on Lonely, by Margaret -

The Devil's Advocate, by Morris
:. L. West. I was born in Charlotte, Tennessee, graduated from Char-

$5400. Total Price The sey.War Lover by John Her- lotte High School], moved to Kissimmee with my family in 1949.

: The Constant Image Marcia I have two daughters, Mrs.\ Nancy Smith and Reba.I .

Ourselves To Know, John

O'Hara. am a building contractor, associated with the H. D. and L.
Hawaii by James Mkhener.
$51.00 Per MonthImprovement : : Tammy Tell Me True by Cid R. Land Company, past president of the Kissimmee Rotary Club,

Jarrett's Sumner.Jade by Frank YerbY: junior warden of the local Masonic Lodge, member of the Eastern -

The Armada, by Gamtt Matlingly. Star and of the board of stewards of .the First Methodist

Modern Church of Kissimmee.
Co., Inc. The Ryan.Longest Day, by Cornelius I

New books added for the Screnteen younger I will assure the citizens of Osceola County that I will vote
group: Practically ,,
485S So. Blossom Trail by Rosamond DnJardin; Twelvi a YES or a NO on all questions that come before the commission.I .
Orange Volumes of Junior Classics; 24
volumes of the Bobbsey Twins se will not PASS on any issue. The citzens respect a commissioner

? ries. who takes a hand on all matters whether he agrees with them

:: '! < IN KISSIMMEE CALL TI 6.5341. I wUh to xpreM mr heartfelt .
\ _' thanks to Dr. John ltaa,the not."f
tan of the Orceola Ho D1W and
all of ror friend for the kind-
or Write Box 831 Kissimmee
f \ Bhown me IB my time{ of .'
." (Paid Political AdrertUement)
},RS. JOHX n.\U1L\(

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Pare 4 The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday, April? ?f ..uaq"lVlltc Lttfera t To 37e, editor: : companion of colds, viruses, and fruits, including I at least one titrus 4
| J Home Demo stratiQn News nfluenza is well under with needed each
... ..".... .. -.... ..,. If"" ,. 't ':, 1 aU its aches, and. pains. way Although Citrus fruits., are are high in vitaminC day.

By MARILYN DIETRICH these complaints call for sound which helps build resistance

". .y Windermere Woman Home Demonstratoa! Agent medicJadyiseny doctor will be and ward infections, Other '

: This week seven million women, Eileene Sickles, decorator consultant the first to say that good nutri- fruit can be served in snacks!, salads

kiJJi/lffflee' : 35,000( of them in Florida are celebrating from Sears Roebuck and tion will help the body resist such I or appetizers. Vegetablesgreen I
/ Praises Our Schools their Home Demonstration Company as guest speaker.A diseases.In I or yellow-are full of vita

Week. Through programs covered dish\ lunch will be fact often even that tired, min A, so essential for proper' bodily

'9fC :V the Editor: arty and build a house of approximately provided) by their county extension ,served at noon, and fashion revue et-down' feeling can be traced functions.
right back to food or rather to Meat and fill that impor
services, these women are made club eggs I
As a parent myself I wjsa I $25,000.Property ,of clothing by local
what wedon't eat of the needed tant protein and vitamin B need.
could catf l on all of you personaj- of at least 200 feet )earning- to raise healthier, happier members will follow at 1:30. I
foods. Both be served
lad talk about Frontage in restricted subdivision families} The Osceola Junior High School may many ways.
Ii tp you{ your
RITA.HUNT Each day the body-needs ample But for best ,results, roast broilor
By We all know the importance of
in ) might be suitable but : Band will finale.
wonderful schools .Gceola as perform as a
food amounts of milk fruits and ragetables bake rather than fry meat,
+ County. t lived In ,St, Cloud for If you are able to offer such to family health.' Women enrolled Exhibits of article? made by : meats and and bread ticularly if calorie counters par.
in eggs any
home demonstration
it years and had! a child in a property) at this time or duringthe members will be'on display all
THE HORSESHOE BAR and Package Store in St. Cloud has! work learn the latest informationon and! cereals-the old familiar! basic are to eat it.
school) there for 6 jean:. When next few months! please advise }- day. AU'visitOrs are cordially invited
been purchased by Mr. and Mrs, RaymondCroes, newcomers to this tasty, nutritious meals from seven.
ii became necessary for us to and J will hare a representative to this event. The three British cannons at
children need
area. The former owner Roy Anderson, was in the process of movingthe home econmics research. This Growing a quart
leave Osceola County about a year inspect same, preparatoryto Fort Pickens State Park and one
* of milk daily, either as a drink or
bar from the Hunter Arms Hotel building constructedby : apply the
to a neap means they can findings -
ago, my deepest regret was in negotiation pf purchase, shouldit 'Spring is here! Once again"winter used'in their food. Adults should other cannon have trunnions \below
Crown Builders. Walter Bjork.1 has been supervising the Construction scieice in their'own homes
\ having to take my child out of I cover requirements and prove with all its told weather, is drink at least one as theyget the center line; therefore,
of the new modem bar on Pennsylvania Avenue apposite the Tyner I For the benefit of their own fame pint;
the Osceola"County School System satisfactory. But are ready to leave east before 1756. Master
gone. you older, this should be increasedto they were
Motor Co. Mr. and Mrs. Cross who noreside' in .St. Cloud will take
f have had a good basis! of Thank- i ilies.Clothing winter behind? Have you made all three glasses a day. Milk. chief Gunner Muller of Woolrich
the of the establishment ..albe. licenses you.Sincerely
over operation as soon can comparison, I think, because my. yours, projects are another the necessary preparations for source of calcium, helps build Arsenal made all British'guns
be transferred (approximately 30 days) Croea is. employed by the I
child had been in three other Walter H. Niemann popular activity among women summer? bones. with trunnions centered on the \
but will give .his full time to the bar strong
Martin Company resign to op. northern schools for short terms, taking part in this year-round One of the first of these preparations Five servings of vegetables and bore after that date.
eration. The real transaction handled Mrs. Gertrude '
estate by
vas and in another Florida school system 4 educational program. Homemakers which i should be made \i\
Hughes associate of Sun Empire Realty} and she was assisted by Bill Kissimmee is losing one'of' its\ .
for a year. l learn to make garments for themselves -, storing! your winter clothing for
and Pete Lucas. Alex Hall for the purchasers. most dedicated leaders
Boyd was attorney Boy Scout
I have no "political" apples to and their children. Or they summer months. How can you be
and do not wish to discount this week. Assistant Scoutmaster better it will be safe from mildew ,
,:, polish, I learn buymanship, and the sure S -
personally candidate Raymond Robisha- of Troop 291 moths and other !
any principles of good care and se dangers EfRe
for the office of supervisor of educa is being transferred with the Air lection.l : Before storing your winter -Elect ,

ian of'Osc .ola ppunfcr\ schools. Force. clothing, be sure it is clean. Dry
State npme economics specialists j
k4 But I beg of you, to COM "Uncle Ray as he is known to cleaning or washing kills any
C ,; ,;j, a.1 PARE. I know you will find that over 50 boys has put in many long } provide training for county moths present at the time, but L11J. .S'
Ji' demonstration agents.
r the hours in Boy Scouting during the ,: <
per tajj dollar spent, you have does not prevent re-infestation.
t c finest teachers, the most progres past two years. He has played a county agents, in turn, assist Clothing just dry-cleaned or wash .
of homemakers in better
a sin methods, the highest degreepf large part in making Kissimmeea thousands ed if wrapped in paper' with the .1p

individualized attention for the "scooting town. managing their homes and edges sealed, will be safe from HARVEYR

student, the tops in educational No words can express my serving theirommunities.. i moths if the paper is not broken.It .
administrative qualifications dexeeUeuce. thanks to him for the jos he has Ifome demonstration agents and is advisable to add a few moth- ft
done. Aside from .Volunteer local leaders advise the balls flakes
being a good or to destroy any
Keeping in mind your desires friend he has been .a capable as. homemaker on ways to make a moths which may have gotten on County ;' :. '

for the very best in _education for sistant. The people of Kissimmee more convenient, comfortable, and the clothing before wrapping.

your children, can you possibly go should be very thankful that men attractive home. This year, emphasis Removed all plastic buttons before CommissionerDistrict

to the polls! May 3rd and: vote for of his caliber have the will and! is on the; quality of family storing, and use wpoden or

the unknown, untried records and the way to work with our young living and learning to man metal hangers 'rather than plastic
r lack of experience? You know people. Wa shall miss him. age time! money, and energy for ones. Some plastics soften in the 5

t what you have, and believe me Very truly your. a- more satisfying way of life. presence of mpthballs or flakes. fr _ _
you have the best, from Kenans- Craig Bell Scoutmaster In more and more homes these This will cause jfabrics to stick to '
iI j viDe to Kissimmee. I am writing Troop 291 days, planning! is a family affair. the plastic.If ,S L. J. HARVEY

to urge you to keep these wonderful 1111 Through home demonstrationwork clothes are to be stored in a He has 8 years experience .
schools, and my fondest 11April 19 1960 families learn to plan closet rather than packed, spray
JACKSON FURNITURE COMPANY of Kissimmee had record hope is that some day I can return To the Editor ahead. They fake group decisionson both the closet and the clothe Will never be influenced by special interests, but
crowds at their Grand Opening last Friday and Saturday. A great my child to them under the superior Students who: request loans from major purchases for the home with a 5% solution of DDT. Spray.. will live according to the oath of his office' ; fair' and

many people came from out of town because of double-page ads jn administration of J. C. the United States government for or farm, on saving for a college both sides of the clothing lightly, honest representation for all. ..

the Haines City and St. Cloud papers. Registrations the first day were .(Doc) Tyson. their education should be required education, or for other purposes and carefully spray the walls and He Advocates .
well over 700 and several winners from this area were selected. The Sincerely, to take the Loyalty Oath. We, National Home DemonstrationWeek baseboards of the closet. Frequently :

Grand Prize of three rooms of furniture will be given away Saturday Mrs. Thelma B. Kane the taxpayers, do not intend to starts May 1 and ,runs sun and brush woolen MORE coordinatiolbetween, State and County
at 9 p.m. when the drawing will be held. It is not necessary for you P. 0. Box 46, Windermere Fa.{ educate communists whose through May 7. The theme for clothes kept in closets, with attention officials.. which is badly needed.
to be present in order to win. Pictured in the above photo are the * aim i is to assist in the overthrowof Osceola: County home demonstration .. to seams and pockets. MORE adequate drainage by County and State
owners of the store and their wives. Left to right are: Mr. and Mrs. 8 Winding Lane clubs is "Today's Home Leather articles will perspire
our government. If these students for local
Joe Jackson, Mrs. Harry Holliday and Harry (Happy) Holliday. AU Norwalk Conn. not communisticallyinclined Builds, Tomorrow's orld." and mold during the hot summer areas.

the male clerks wore cowboy hats for the Grand Opening, and the April 25, 1960 were, they would not object to All Home Demonstration mem- months. Leather gloves can b e A SOUND TAX STRUCTURE which everyone can
ladies Miss Joe pailey and Miss Jayne Geiser assisted To the. Editor: packed between layers of wool-
wore corsages. the Loyalty Oath. Would they! bers will celebrate by holding live with.. .and GROW with!
the Photo I am. interested |n the purchaseof perhaps blankets-which will ob
with the registrations at opening. by Cooper) their annual achievement day at
is high time Americans
apathetic ,
a home ite in or near Kissimmee. sorb moisture. Clean thoroughlyand
r It should be 'about\ an acreis were awakened to> the wile the St. Cloud Community House wax shoes and luggage. Frequent BE-ELECT HARVEY
;,. of those godless communistic Thursday, May 5. The program
i area and located on either Lake pro- sunning will also help these.
4 Tohopekaliga or other large nearby fessors, many of whom are teaching starts at 10:30 a.m. with Miss The season of sneezes and chill (Paid Political Advertisement)

lake, having access paved road, our young. people in our col --
light fch-d\ power lines and avail- leges today.
able to telephope service. It is morally wrong to believe

The property should be above iq communism which has no
L k the high water level of this last\ morals whatever.
APRIL 28th
spring. Hattie BillingsKissimmee HARDWARE
We intend to improve the prop. WEEK

e. Thru MAY 7thDELUXE t

rj5; Garden Diggin'sby j



Words convulse me sometimes at work though after I nave SaJ.bomel "O"lL .
and in my aimless reading this gazed for hours rafting! KEY ; QMI; ea CDC'r"

really hit the funny-bone of my Why don't more of you plant aAf1SIl
!mind-"You may notice 'a rather the tithonia? They are so color- I"trlE e-- ( STEP STOOL

odd' thing faking place in the ful and sun and wilt resistan 50' wltltulee! tape l 1
lawn during April. If it has been with reasonable care. The gay; ill r,.tq amp=. Get BOTH_ magazines for 1 year lIast Itvohrtloiiry..__MW.,.kMFoip rrt-

fertilized and kept well watered' new zinnia's this year ire endless c o Kb. S.-oatll,.,; willldrawd with purchase of f any of f these,,.win\'". ,.,".,., 7
the grass is beginning to come it seems-the "fantasy" is NI"Y"IS-' ,..Iift ea N\r.uoIopi.
out of its wintertime lethargy, almost breathtaking.May .,ranad W. MNa,s'eslful.pNdtd
THE ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON held Open House Sunday from but the weeds are growing much: suggest that you try this "ndl"i i POWER TOOLS N/I ba,
1 to 5 at their new location 903 North Main Street. Mrs. $ 'I r, SOlJuhlc ONIiS
pjn. p.m. faster than the grass With this} in transplanting the closed< ) :CUll POwtUAMDa $ASIISAW
Time Baker owner and Mrs. Larue Freeman, operator, greeted many kind of taking !Of milt lilt
competition =
uneven bottom out of a milk carton and :::: a ES 129S 7'1695 1995 ---13.95 iTEn cotoui
Kissimmeeans in the new shop. Tillie is giving away three permanents -
place, your lawn may be covered set the container. over the seedling -
valued! at $25 each. Registrations are: being made now. The with weeds by the time sum- with the pouring spout open

new modern shop is completely air conditioned. (Photo by Cooper) mer !is! over.* That, at least is to allow enough sun for the plant

SALES PERSON OF THE MONTH, Mrs. Vera'Lalley, was chosen what you're likely to think" to breath but not get killed by REMINGTON IRUEIEMPER.HEAVYDUTY : RUE lEMPER,

by 'the secret committee and presented to the members of the (Florida Gardening Month by the hot sun's rays U it fails to D
Wednesday Morning Coffee Club by the Chamber of Commerce. Verais Month by Nixon Smiley). It slaysme work blame me. ua tt4 F.n-: :: :; : : :: JET ROCKET

the' secretary of the Chamber of Commerce and meets many new even to think of it-an odd 1b. LAWN RAKE : : : : : '
::: : : : : : : :; HAMMER
comers to our city in her daily work. During the past three years thing? Well, in my lawn if the Disabled Farmers To nvlon: 66 : ....
of her association in chamber work. Vera has played a large partin weeds failed to take the place of IZ ... .
boat-a ades rodeos Christmas and Easter the I'd think that was what Receive
parades, promotionsand grass
Benefits SUPER 888 TORCH KIT r7 .
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various other activities in Kissimmee. She was the most- surprised was odd! So what to do! The expert Within a few days some severe- _SfNdund.. 11 ;:to._t _Ie REGULAR. 11.95 VALUE
because she handed tells to beingcareful .... d.p.nd.bis .21 wtob.d .
candidate so far yesterday was an envelope me spray, ly disabled farmers and their Steel handle
committee the of what she thought !) not to kill shrubbery, free
by the containing name ( was my families will. be eligible to receive : =3 PLUS absorbs shocks
of the month. When her announced at with too much 140.SL22
tne sates person name was grass, and self their first monthly benefit checks .6-.em1n.lll' WALL
the Coffee Club, her surprise nearly caused her to spill the coffee she solution I heartily thank the under the social security law, says 99 Spring-braced STEEL RACK'ONLYS8.88 =
was pouring. Keverend Henry Guy chamber representative from the expert but recommend; the best Byron R. Patton of the Y" $349t01
manager sex action uses FROM' cwaa TO ROO"J'
Ministerial Association, opened the meeting with prayer. Bill Cran method of stoop'and.. pull. The Orljmdo Social office

eton, representative of Borden's Dairy in Orlando, was the host for finest place to see where this Firtt benefit checks Security will be mailed
the occasion. Paul Sanborn, manager of the chamber, introduced Cart method has been used is out in out -
) to the farmer-beneficiaries ----
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Miller of Osceola Motors as a new member. Mayor Jess Thacker spoke Orange Gardens.-the greenest, -
shortly after the Tint of May. PECIII1Ii.dth.ic
briefly on Law Day. Miss Lottie Lawler won a door prize of a set prettiest smooth lawns you can Since self-employed farmers ET.

of thermo bowls which was given by Borden's Dairy. A teacher of view-that is in the yards of the and] ranchers became covered by { \, \\ HEAVY-DUTY
; '
the year award is being planned for both"the elementary and high "stoopers". Since the weed killer social security for the first time f WRENCH
schools. Plans for this will be announced si the next meeting of the doesn't know the difference be. ,
in 1955:> October 1959 was the 2>
Coffee Club.KISSIMMEE'S. tween weeds and useful plants ear iest date those with no prior TRIANGULAR MOP r \ ::1

the human hand' by attention to coverage could have earned the -

the subject can pull out dandelions required 20 quarters (about five pushbutton J ., 6 drop-fotOH op.w wnd

\ CIVIC CLUBS, AND etc. just as good at no, expense yean) of social security credit'to removable ,??,th? -Io .
except an aching back. So qualify for the disability benefits. top! R h4useaIzmaa;

UKtiANMllUflS( creak away folks, creak away! The law also provides for a C ONLY I
The Rose Circle met with Ira six- onth ""waiting period" after DRAINER TRAY DISH DRAINER .

ORGANIZATIONS PRESIDENT Thrush, Maud Williams, and. Et el the; requirements for eligibility S 298 r Cushtonj counter-top,keeps it fry Cods dish wpmt tUOUllY 13I
hostesses. Garden I $21! Value ONLY..s>59
Stover acting as are met before the payments can Was 531i lmW.$2n

Chamber of Commerce ............._...___ ____ Bill Morse therapy was explained byLena actually begin," Cot Patton said.
Junior Chamber of Commerce ....... .r.. Lee. Graves Hunt with plans made to Foil those farmers who met the

Woman's Club _.__.._.. _.,:-._...:i-i."'U.,d'S.'Carl Kenton distribute flowers to the three requirements in October 1959, "'tUsiestWaytoP IIt!
Junior Woman's Club :Mrs. Harold Farmer nursing homes 'tha\ are the cir April marks the end of this six. ELECTRIC SPECIALS MAKES HUNDREDS of REPAIRS

cle's project Dolly;) Althouse .wen month waiting period. The payment JOI"' SAYE110JtEYWITH.-,
Kiwanis Club __.. Duncan Mcfarland PAINT SPRAYER
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Lions Club: ...._..___._......._........ .. _. .L.,.:.- ?- Don Dulgar the circle honor of having the of these first disc Uity "MAtt111STER'16oL YANKEE( HANCTVAH' ; r?" T .
most ribbons in the Weather Benefits to, farmers marks important vrWbMft-fe ltll-STEEL SPIRAL RATCHET cunt c,;;: 'v.S1295
Rotary Club ____......_.__._. J. W. HarperAmencan an
Legion __.......__...-.,....._..... Neil S1iethora Flower Show. Officers for tha ; event in the history of --.:::::: HAMMEl No.Nt% SCREW DRIVER s PLASTIC
American Legion Auxiliary __.---.:;::". Mrs.' Jennie Phillips coming year were elected as follows social security for our farm people. ....- r Carted Claw No.1331f Y."Pit 1 ALUMINUM

Masonic Lodge ... 4 Kenneth C. Smith : president* Betty Schmidt; Col Patton said. Now the 5.wr'd Amtzwt mcUl/ hi potty

Eastern Star _._._... ..... _. Edith: 1oeht; vice president, Della bamuel; recording farm self-employed can qualify +a our s., im Re6 STANLEY l mth tetr tarwaab.aoldsrtr.-...
st r* .r.adra.aar
Kimber Conley for
secretary ; the
Garden Club _u. :Mrs. Robert. Metzger disability payments a s '
Z.50 BLOCK PLANE $ .5 ----------
Business and Professional Women .,"......_... Mre. Avis Gritten treasure1* Ethel Stover. The officers well| as o !-age and survivors + i : R FREE 25*

Beta Sigma Phi, Exemplar Chapter:: .::-_...:......:Mrs. Bill Barber will be installed at the May benefits for themselves and their| st.r.uetlkiles.. ra.Nr 3 u,t.. t, trlllT $ 25 f Qtr raruux MECHANICS

Beta Sigma Phi, Ritual of Jewels _.___ Mrs. Gill Brpofcs meeting, + covered dish luncheonto families." r .. D04TYOURSElfOOKUt..
Delta Alpha Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mrs. J. C Clemons be held. at Brinson Park. The i In order to qualify for the 1 ,r.apwas.atb rte M Y Gt>,tt ,i .'S = NO 11 0 .i., .... b., , .Us*

Elks Lodge No. 1873 _?__.. -_ George Anderson circle 'voted to send Betty Schmidt I monthly disability benefits, the + (r.csod lt ., ..- Aacto/WdPxlatti/

Elks Ladies Auxiliary _...._,... .:._.,.7 .. ...., .airs John Davis at an alternate to the District I worVtj py self-employed person

Rebekah Lodge .......-.._...... r .- I1JM1,. .. Isobel Tyson President's Conference to be held must be wider *; disability which .
Kissimmee All States Tourist Club ..., ._ J_-?,.,. J. MacTaggart ia Winlof Garden;. May 25, 1000. prevails him from doing any

Odd Fellows ...._..___ .. ,,,_.,.,,, Floy4 G. Smith According to the whims of par substantial gainful work, and the
Tohopekaliga Yacht Club Bob Childers tare sure enough the easier lib condition most be expected fo ax adterlited i* M

Veterans WWI .-- '?' -_. H;tri. T.: nestNational lies will frpen several days. after continue indefinitely. Those farmers -
Association of Retired Civil EmployeesGeorge Carnall when they ought, to do it. I an* and others who are severely ; No.

Coast Guard Auxiliary __' ._. .._.., Jack Carroll bragging so>> telephone get ready disabled should get in'tocch !elite POHISROAOWAT <*>
Gardens Civic .. all their nearest social off .
Orange Association .. James. MacGowan to ring off the hook with you security
Thrift Home Demonstration Emogene Smith happy people who can go me one <*if they have not already done HARDWARE L .

Osceola Shrine dub ...__.-..-.. Albert H. Brideson better telling. me off-I have one> so* CoL Pattoa said.TLfa ,

Osceola Golf and Country Club ..__L.: Bert Frazer stalk with five big buds -anyhow, TUB STORE WITH TUB HORSE OUT FRONT*
Friendship Club .. _, Mrs William Su&senberger
--- -- it makes me happy. stinking what I want to see. The 311 TI 7-ilOp
hateful giant will!!! open while I am and tike.

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NOT1cES 'r 1lt'rdt- ar"i iarw per- Kowboys DefeatedBy a GOP CANDIDATEs I The Kin 1llIltH Gazette, Thursday! April 28. 1M0 Pare 5
LEGAL InJlYoa. '
.' representlar corporate

J .lUmber written or.uthorl-Mutual'moit>ation from hav such a Lyman 11.2Kiuimme leasure. Comfort convenience sion for $9000; Ona May to Leonard -

corporate member to represent It / and have been stressed in in Blossom Addition
IJT TKB TOCBT orcocjrrr 'r8EOaCEoL& safety May Orange -
.. Th* Kowbors lost
In behalf.
ateu.&D4yot. its -
JTPGF. to afternoon equipping the ship, which will be for $8,500; J. B. and Anza-
COLLgRu) t Lyman Monday by a k
: e
D.tat Lakeland, Florida, this ,t operated by a crew of veteran lee Dye to Paul and Jeanne Wos-
22nd of April. u.: core of 11B&Ilud.. third baseman -
IN R.V.RE. YOUNG.THE ESTATE decwx OF'i CHARLES PARTIJT for'Lyman' came up with mariners and staffed by experts in chmx in The Old Town of Nareoowsee -
i Secretary I cuisine and service.
for $6000 Albert and
I Florida* Citrus MutualJfOTTCB three bits a single, a double and ;
NOTICE TO CREDITORS te*., W- .' t/U triple, while Phil Plater waft high The liner will operate as the only Ruby Boos to Bees and Helen

I trbnteea.ra ledtaU'Psx4 aota.r man for the. Kowb y with three ,r economy class ship designed con- Samson in Town of St. Cloud for
Estate Claims Demand said :TO'CREDITOR aingtes. structed and staffed to offer the $6500; Anne Tafat to Adolph and
1'.. ... e.tb' .t ,... are tier.. fn Ifie tour: 't'ih7 Co"uniy i Judge Steve Eldridge pitcher for the tr,% br notified and required to present
any: claim which you. or.either of Osceola County. Florida KQwboySt was __relieved in the American living at sea. Every for $11,000; Alex and Arlene Mac-

you ef R., mar W. Yoaegadaeeseas' 1 nrUE. IX FennelU THE''ES'rATZ'orn. Identical with- fourth inning by Billy Don Wil- stateroom has private facilities Diarmid to William and Bertha

Osceola County, Florida to'lrl r/Alton. V. FeftBelUDeceesed son. Gary Jones took over in the including shower, wash basin and ahtre in Gallon wardens in St.
lodge of said County at To alt Cr dlt...,' Legatee*. Dis sixth. toilet. Many are quickly converti- Cloud for $11,000; and Atlas Corporation
and all Pcrton
in the Court House at tributee
KlBslmmee. Florida, within eight or Dewandaagaiost said The box score was as follows: as+Nx !le from bedrooms to spacious to Bruce and Mildred
calendar fr the date of EstatE: living rooms. A number have sofa
m You &n4 each :o lyou' are 'hereby JaI A D\'* 0000020 z Durham in Kissimcee Highlands
the Bret publication of this Notice.
Each claim or demand must be In ite-tlled and r pir.4 to present Lyman .._*.,._.._ 100613 x berths that convert into largehreequarter for $12,900.By .
writing and whit state the. place anT claims whleh yowl or either The Kowbors got 8 hits and size beds.
have against the estate
et ,
of residence af the claimant and .u. mar
nut be sworn to by the claimant of. D. Do' FenaelL. l identical' :' Lyman. tallied 11. putting a large pan of water
his agent or attorney. or the ame with trAlton D Feenei4 deceased The Kowboys will meet the Se- 4: with ammonia in it
tablepoon of
late of Ooeeel l Cownty, Florida to i
will become void according to law. News of Interest To
the 2tth day of April. A. IX the, C" nty Jade of aaMCounty bring Blue Streaks at Sebring on -} 1t the odor will disappear sooner.
Ur:1e at his office e Court:: House at 'A
Friday. ,Scoring is currently sitting Widows of War Vets
/aRt.i m TOT7NOAdministratrix Xlsslmmee. Florida within sigh ;;
of the calendar 1quetiition the his ea top of the conference.
Estate otR. the. first of must Notice. Monday they'will play their last Pension eligibility requirementsbased
W. To njr. deceased Back claim tot demand C. Petersen a Broward:
Thicker and Thacker: bo la writing aed mast state theplace game .f the season when they on the service of a veteran!
Attorney for Admx. of reetdeae of the claimant meet Lyman here 8 County businessman is candidate
Klaaimmee. ria. and must be swotn to by the claim at .pm.a phr become alike for widows and
Slit 515/11/1 ant, his agent of attorney or the for governor of Florida on'fce children of World War I, II and
same wll. become ToM, according w Republican ticket. Now the Korean conflict after June
SOTICE 0*" DISTRICT MKETIXGW to taw.his >y .
MKUBKKS OK FLORIDA. ? the 25th day Jot.of FENNELL Atlrl!.. 1160. Kowboys Win : president of hU own real estate 30, 1960. The new law removesall

CTTRt'S: Ml-TPAI- ; Kxeevtrix' AGNES .t the Estate of Track MeetThe firm Petersen is aa Episcopalian restrictions and places widows r+fu
To all 11emFlorida Citrus IX D. FeiiBelL Identical I and children of WW2 and the Korean
Mutual residing In or owjlag with IVAltoa D. Fennel), I and former rice-mayor of
conflict the basisas
on same
leeea..d. Osceola School Kow
citrus fruit grove property In FlorIda High
Citrus Commisclon District <4< ./:& 551Z1S.VOT1CR track victoriousin Ft. Lauderdale Broward County WW1 dependents in this re-
boy team emerged
comprising Orange and Oaceol commissioner and director of the gard. WW2 and Korean conflict
I.Eq.\L a meet with St. Cloud last
CNOTICE !Ie hereby given that The Florida Livestock Board solicit Tn-Connty League. widows and children who filed a
.lasaid bids on specified laboratory week, winning all but a few I
J.T: T..ntO\-'UMJ: : & therwill supplies and .equipment, to be opened field events. The .Kowboys placed t claim for pension at the time the
the 25th day of liar.1MO. at 11 aon. on May 4th. 1260. veteran died have been denied -
be held on i may LOOK AT THE SMILE
2 l& at New In its offices at Klssimtneo, Florida first in an ereots*but the shot put celona Spain and Funchal, the
at ,
Ankufture Furth.r.llttorl1l.atloG and sporlftcatlons FOLK FESTIVAL TIME-Seven colorful programs of folk dancing because there was no law in ON THIS GUYS FACE
Orange Orlando.County' Oatr.the can be obtained from and the broad jump, Travis Akin music and crafts will be presented during the eighth annual : port of Madeira, a Portuguese island effect at that time granting pen- Ha CLIFTMPILYCAMETO
member of-tt"F'otfr: ; : ::..Mu Dr. William L.: Slppel' Florida Livestock track coach, said. Florida Folk Festival at the Stephen Foster Memorial\ at White ., in the eastern Atlantic. The sions to them.However THE RIGHT PLACE.
teal aa designated ab ove. In is to Board. Boa til. Klaalmneo. The Score 48-32, indicates the Springs May 678. The old-time art of carding and spinning will "Atlantic" returns to Port Ever- where claim
of this nee( r a was
elect The three purpose directorsof KlorleaCitrus 'FLOlUPAltiVCSTOClC BOARD improvement, ef the team, AkinMid be demonstrated again by Mrs. Jessie Coker above of Killen ,: glades Nov 20. filed wtih the Veterans Administration Jim Wright'SStandard
i Mutual and to transact such c. It. Cam bel1. D. V. it Ala., who each sets her spinning wheel the Festival -
ttroperly be :S\e\.rlnariatt: \ "and we :hoJe to keep right year up on The voyage will originate in by widows and children,
other busluese as mar
I considered by said meeting. : ,: : :.l t U/U 0B improving.1*, stage overlooking the Suwannee Rirer. The Festival, which is New York Oct. 13 and end there their claims will be reviewed by Service
; the Foster Memorial Commission is directed '
sponsored by Stephen ,
-. last P.1411. Conference track Main\ & Vine at StoplightBANGER
The Nov. 23, 41day Mediterraneancruise.
-' -' -- -- -- ------ a the VA at the earliest possible
Miss Thelma Boltin of White
.by A. right Springs. Presideatof
meet.: of the seaion was held in -the Florida Folk Festival Association is Aubrey Fowler left The "Atlantic" sails from date to see if they may be able

3iAiiiiiiiIADS Bartow jrei tefday. The teams of Live Oak. More than a thousand persons from throughout the New York at 12 midnight. :Oct. to uahfy under the new law af-

which! .placed a} that meet will.go state will be seen in their old-timer presentations on the shaded 13 and arrives in Port Everglades ter July 1, 1960. If they are then

; to the final*. outdoor stage including a group of Seminole Indians from the : on Oct. 16 at 8 ..m. It will be found eligible to receive pension,

r "- Billy Don Wilson is the leading Brighton reservation. I there until 5 pjn., thus offering the VA will send additional ques- 1 e

!, FOR, SAYS t} '$?pU subdivision, scorer on the Kowboy team, plating I passengers from New York 9 hoursto tionnaires to them. For safety's

11 lots-t toUe"north; of dty.. Inquire first in. thhse out, of four en- sightsee in Miami or swimin sake, any widow or child whose

Real Estate: : TVilRam'-v/L/ Mueller, (21 tries in-:Ihe 'mfie 'run.'fd, I First Ship To Sail Florida sunshine before the claim was denied under the present

Bay SU 1_z_* 0 ; ship leaves. l law, could be assured protection -
f Attorneys' During the cruise there will bea as of July 1, 1960 if an informal a

busy program of shipboard en- claim in the form of letter
Speak To:':Clubs I I From State On Long tertainment with dancing to the was written to the VA regional -

FOR QUICK SALE: tfew threebedroom : f strains of Meyer Davis' celebrated office where the claim was pre- 1 Unusual bleeding or

walk through/1| bath; During> Jhe.,ne t,few days,, five music. In addition, an extensive viously filed. Service Officers discharge

wood floor, buUt.fJki,. n. local attorney!: will, address/ local schedule of shore tours operatedby should! have power of attorney A lump or thickening in
awning windows, on t large.I l t, clubs ami organizations\ in 'celebration Transatlantic Cruise Thos. Cook &; Son will be avail- form signed by the claimant if 2 the breast or elsewhero

near airport and golf cottiie.Call r- y TI 7-2385 Monday through ignated Ma ::1. 20-knot "Atlantic" is now A sore that does
the 3
to assist in
miles or completing .
;American Export Lines new"Atlantte" 25 from Miami Oct. 16 on case not heal J
Saturday. Murray> : y. pverstreet, Jr.. addressed will be the first US-flag a 35-day cruise to11 eastern Atlantic undergoing a $2 million Improvement the additional forma and securing ...

:nhe. Kiwanis ,Club on ship to sail from Florida and Mediterranean ports. program at the Sun Ship- the additional evidence Change In bowel or
passenger 4
Tuesday; April 19. ',transatlantic and "This is important in building and Dry Dock Co., Chester needed. bladder habits
Phillip R. Kelley spoke to the on a voyage voyage Pa. It will sail on its maiden
the first liner ever to eaU from more ways than ones the Florida -
1 Lions Club on Monday, April 25. voyage on May 16 in American 5 Hoarseness cough
fs state a Mediterranean senators declared in a joint
'r on
r this
SELL AT ONCE Russell 3. Taacxer will speak to I Export Lines' express and cruise Real Estate Sales
statement. "Besides being the
HOME : the pupil*. and! faculty1 at Osceola cruise. service between New York Spain difficult
ONE YEAR OLD CB$ first transatlantic American ,flag Indigestion or )
School l- dn Apnl23. "Characterizing the departureas Italy Greece and Israel. Total $64,900Real 6
High Friday .
; in
BR.1U swallowing
laa* rat 3 .
OB Blrrly ca** failing from Florida it points
.lIe .balk.. rreeBe4 *.rch, ,au! Wt) 'fJt7K7fD. tIy Jess, Wilder Thicker. Kissim- an important forward step in up The improvement program in
beaattt.l "aU'-I. kltC'Ia. aweleg epic fIN&r wrrw-: inaritime of the South the growing importance of the estate transactions exceeding
will to the Busi- progress cludes the installation the
speak on
mayof upper 7
mee in mole\
Change wart
",1a4.w. .Ndlag < '_.1... I. Ih'. _atie. .u.oe seas and Professional Women's US Senators George Smathers-and deck of one of the largest out. $5,000 recorded during the

ea.fait .=: dews gs.llaed, buyer. saoa gas : AVIS'AGENCY Club on'Thursday; \ ,_ April 28. Spessard Holland of Florida hailed the benefits the accruing state's awareness from of door pools on any transatlantic: last two-week period by Glenn It I....lfnl l..t.l*.|*r !'.. ire
Bea.Biot In KlscUaaiee 11l(1IrnONBrt > '25 Broadway O. l'. 'J hn&oro will round out the sailing Of the 18,100 ton all 'up-to- liner as well as steel and *las cs Ray. clerk of the county court, te ,e..e ter No
: date ,. .._ I
...... conditioned class liner port faci4lese are happy If it ass.
addressto13otaTClflb air economy .Solarium onthe.. sun deck nttec totaled $54,900.00, according tc
the speaking tfWs'
T2S16' -- '. -- .:1'j];!! I from Port Everglades about I too. -thatr", ", *l erica..uner for :
2. various the
I |he on May; will be the first passenger ship to recreational pastimesThe state tax 'atamps nf/y
.. make a Mediterranean cruise froma vessel provides a variety oj Joseph and Virginia Capece'aol d: ,AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETYA
Florida The offers tastefully-appointed public room property to Virginia Pierce ir
: port. trip

.- t PLAN NOV TO ATTEND THE barreled excellent chance pleasure for combining the double-a .for .the passengers traveling New Eden on the Lakes subdivi L

Florida vacation and Mediterranean -
-..' ",- '<", : : : : .,. ; cruise.
l Cruise calls by the 880-passen-

K IBS: : IM I M E E. Santa Piraeus ger ;20-knot Cruz Gibraltar Greece Teneriffe vessel;; Palermo Haifa will, Canary, include Israel Sicily Islands -;; WE NEED BETTER SCHOOLS NOW!

Messina, Sicily; Naples and Leghorn -

.. Italy; Cannes France; Bar- '
: WE NEED : ., -;

': : }

I Signs of Life .,' ',: A well planned building program. .

Traffic signs end signals can # ,. '- reach your destinationin V*' i ; An improved curriculum ,
K1AN1S CLUB'S the fastest safest manner. :
Learn to use these guides and ; ;-';; --;. ,
take advantage of the smooth A
traffic flow they create. .'f :: continuous program to keep the public"fj

Speed limit signs are not de- *" informed about their schools. ':

--signed. to slow :t-.: ';" .. .
you down but '";** '
1 SPEED .! rather traffic to low help -I"--"'.',. ;;:. ,, -- A' reduced: rate of teacher turnover."

LIMIT smoothly with

[ a minimum of

:;i QLt-FASHIONED- 3S I jams If and you delays ,

I and all othermotorists

the guidance
V. of speed limit signs youll ,
; :LlflGAURALLTUESDAY : : and find quicker.your trip win be easier

Stop signs and caution signs
are also designed to make yourmotoring
> progress It all adds up to Better Schools for the children.

i ; MAY 3rd ; 5 PMt M. TILL 'er. The smooth-few

t. ... I ', seconds stop to make you e LETS GET OUR SHIP OF EDUCATION AWAY FROM THE DOCK

: : POUTICAL SKITSELECMON sure an intersection -

can save you

} : : .. !'hours be which lost tad '
.* \ fight might their way if through cars unguarded to- SET SAIL FOB BETTER SCHOOLS ::;

e : .. .. ,RESULTS Direction intersections.signs help you save

: time by giving advancewarn- .

'" ing of curves,

.!; BY DiRECT iiANCAKEi- TELEPHONE:- -TELEVISIONUPPt juncpons crossroads and d' ,

,. '
... .
; <$> save time you .-

t ;: : might lose if Support and Elect ,
you overshot a fI ;4 y -.
7 : : turn f f and

$ : .. had to! double
: back;T'liey give you extn time
:.r1i : : : to make many of the decisions STEPQN E. SHARPE
need to
., you : make to other to
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.t ; ': i:_ .< : : Jjf C.Chikken: ':"under.."12 drive U! 1y. Be alert ftp these i

... $.1.00" Li. I.. ; """ helpful guides. aAt i 5 S
; : w
night, when youi: piSUPERINTENDENT
: : ?- .* '_ 1 visionextends OF
only as far your
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AND THEIR:; WW.S 3 ; WITH :RESULTS : ALL. LOCAL AND darkness through to. guide surely yAo the- III I

STATE CftMHB&TES: .UNTIL MAJOR?.?ACES ARE ,'DECIDED. tad: as your if you awn I .,,-

,5 ? %t ja.<*& .--* .:r ... :- tsar.$bnning 1aight1 lyjia your. .
,!. a ........,, -$ ". ;:{'. f ": .,headlight beams, the t -i: 'L Osceola:. County
greets of these signs wi direct '
ENjdYTHEFUNiWITH 'oa the darkest of
"you bights.
to know you* traffics STEPHEN E. SUABLE ,<
signs and
. signal Qyxtheir : ying'
b "
i 3 ; \' : :',.' : directions; you pfet U1em
t .
:bR NEIGHBORS : fc*trork for you AS pgjes to
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Jalonsied front porch electric range, space Canterbury Terrace area, 2 BR frame home newly decorated, tile bath kitchen,
2 BR FRAME HOME $7,350 heater Venetian blinds in excellent condition. screened porch carporte.

in good condition with two extra lots close in. Two blocks from business district. REALTORAMA 19 2 or 3 Acre Plots on Hard RoadAlso
F 10 Acres close In for subdivision.


with one extra lot inside city. AND OUT -: $650 UPROBERTSON'S


REAL ESTATE MASONARY HOME, THREE BEDROOMS,. TWO Ruth Wagner, Broker Vance Buckley, Associate WI
201 MAIN ST. TI6- Terms
Te/ms 39g;
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FOR SALE: 46 ft. house' trailer FOR SALE: Recliner chair brand GROWING FAMILY.. ONLY $12,800. $500 DOWN FOR RENT: Two bedroom home UNITED FARM

Phone TI 6-8032. new bargain. Phone TI 630G4.FOR unfurnished in Orange Gardens.

SALE: Southwestern OFl
- trailer 1958 33 ft., sleeps l like YOU can be succrMfu In the s K Acres as pared road. fcl.i,
nished apartment ace .
sacrifice. Call TI 6- rural real estate buMnexs. tut $2e5 ..wa.
FarmersCan new 18 S. Dilling- authorized local representative
FINE WATCHES: Wide selection 3301 before 6 p.m., TI 6-8082 REALTY screened porch of L'NITKD: Jo''RJoOE..CY.. the 10 Area. Rand reed. 'lsuo."'
ham 161 West Monu S40 dawa.
apply I5-e r01d
coat-to-coaat or.
Bulova Benton Benrus supply good 5,4 weekdays or TI 7-22CO after 1p.m. TI 6-6574. canlsatlon that tanks an the a S A..r... pared r.... 'I\.
Hamilton and Elgin at Benton'a CYPRESSFENCING weekends. ment. nation's Urgent advertiser" of ease d."..
Jewelry COUNSELORS; INC. farm, ran e h e 8. retirement 0 NO A-e.a. gad far pastere.priced .
home. recreation acreage bUJIII1'1. -
Ohio 108 N. ....... rlcat.Oraac .
FOR RENT: Apts., and all types of countryproperty'
KEROSENE FUEL OIL. PHILLIPS Price Is Right BROADWAY We Buy andSel1 Vernon. One apartment down- 0 .. ftrarr. FMM. : .
UNITED: representative everywhere a vr. 10 Aires. geed, aaly
66". Osceola Oil Co. 1110 CONTACT DODGETradeIns Phone TJ 6-2'702 Florida stairs; two apartments upstairs enjoy good income, SIOJMKI.Oraairr.
North Main. TI 63941. 4-10 TI 6.2712u one efficiency room upstair fascinating; work and top standIng a (rave. extra lied,
C. G. Prine In their .
.-A.- w........ .............. Davis Agency 25 Broadway or are looking I for communltlrn.the right man We S4UUMM.fakrfraat.
SHOP KISSIMMEE B. J. Miers, Intercession City. or .couple to represent ua in the -1230.e 52's210:
Lumber Co. WORK WANTED: Middle aged Kllmraee territory. Honband.
FIRST! '5* LINCOLN and-wlfe teama are especially L.kef.e.t ....... Maple
man with extensive retail sales FOR RENT Five room unfurnished ... 12l5..1.Q, dawn.
: welcome
(Formerly Thomas Lumber) Braotlfal :2 dr. hardtop, factoryalroaadtttoaed. SERVICES In the UNITED familY.
SOUVENIRS NOVELTIES power nttrrtnf.rake and office experience wishes apartment; Phone TI 6- UNITED gives training nuper- r bale H.M*.M.. ..*. x:: 2HH*.
TI 6.7771 *. radl. ........ p.wrer work full or part time. Phone I8Ur:4 adrertlMnr cupportto : Paved 8trt. tVTrrma..
CYPRES3 KNEES SHELLS 3893. aueeesa. No investment ..
BASKETWARE HWY. 17-92 SOUTH window PRICED <> .O. OFFEREDDRAGLINE TI 6-6583. required! ItftWM.. BR n.... IV4 A..... Oaly

POTTERY At Campbelrs Station 58 MERCURY FOR RENT: Duplex apartment, UNITED'S worta-famoan rural 3 Arrr.. as Lake eecIl..d15A.:

GARDEN ORNAMENTS Park !*.* 4 dr. H.rd... tartan WANTED: Carpenter work. New two bedrooms, furnished. Inquire from estate all the catalogbrjnrs SO states and buyer many Is .\...... male alcanar,
,Mother's Day SpecialBIRD air _.....1...... Mereeatle -*..- and repair also painting. PhoneTI 110 Bryan St. forelrn countries direct to '1..:nO. -

BATH ...........drlrepower mdl. .....r. .trl. 7-2924. fursniahed UNITED of the reprenentatlre:year. Under everymonth prea. a1'i110a e 'e .Arrm oc I..... 4 ......*.
FOR RENT Three room
$3.98GRACE : sure of tremendous population
56 FORDtaf.ltne SERVICE apartment, private bath, growth, demand from cltydwe.1.lera Sono.fllSIK a 1,* Arrra. .. MTCOak Lake
RIVERS LiquidationSALE ) 2 dr. V-8. ataadardtranamlaalo. MAN OR WOMAN: to takeover for country real **.tate la
adults $35
.. fceater. YD. BUCKET. Our rig is earporte only per increasing Buntnes wannever "SR FOR S4I.K
GIFT SHOP 3/8 dealership in Kissimmee. month 215, Mabbette. better than right NOW: Maria SS a F e I T, Aa...m.MI. *
Hfehwav 17-92 South FORD on rubber and on call Pleaseuse Products established. Weekly-! Write' UNITED today! "_'...ltl... n.r a-.l I'arkarr.U .
.. ., ..,
mt Mt Il .
+ .t. FnrMHtmrr.
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Ra.rbVaa.a.. V-S. "*'.- Beafladard it. Phone TI 7-2704. profits of $50 or more at start UNITED FARMAGENCY a.d Raaeb 11I..1. Ogle. "._
.r. .' traanmUalaB. possible. No car or other investment FOR RENT .lv. Dry ("_d. (..amafrrvlff *>,
......... Greece,. Maayatarm.
SPEIDEL WATCH BANDS: 'S8 PLYMOUTH necessary. Will help 1 BR House, Nicely 1220 Edgewater Drive .
When get started. Write C. R. 1'.:.: I"*! FOR TUB REST
you wear one you wear Sport Suburban. -R terqne- you furnished. Orlando, Florida
Thur. Fri. Sat. fllte traBK.. beater. Ifa a nharpwacoH. CALL TI 7. 304 Ruble A-4. Watkins
the Dept.
Wide selection at ('.1or. black. Suitable for couple, one small ORIAXIXX CHICAGO. DETROITST. Sun Empire Realty I
Benton's Jewelry. 6.13 For RepairRemodeling Products Inc., Memphis 2, Tenn. child acceptable. LOUIS KANSAS CITY
Apr. 28-29-30 ..f._ 2 Jr. rrrdrlTe, beater. Block $47.50 per month SAK FRANCISCO Flr>t Aatlaaal flack Bldar.Klimlmmer .
FOR SALE: Camera 8 mm movie, Work and PaintingEXCAVATING I Conveniently located north of JJOS ANGELESBrand Paaar TI T-2333:
3 turret lens. case, tripod light 56 DODGE FOR RENT Kissimmee city limits near
bar, $100. Phone TI 7-2603.: !> We will liquidate about $30,000 2 dr. ,,-...... radio' ,...'..,Pow. Orange Blossom Trail.
worth of Merchandise- the erfllte traaimlnKloa. PHONE TI 7-2475 New

FOR SALE: Valencia oranges and public at 5c* lOc and 20e on the 55 DODCE FOR RENT: By the month, CBS I

Marsh seedless grapefruit. A. P. retail dollar as follows: Slips, t.. pl."... '-.11. house 3 bedrooms furnished FOR RENT: Three bedroom 11 HOME' ACREAGE
Banta 405 Bass Panties FILL DIRT clean, quiet will take children,
East St.
Nylon Hosiery Anklets 1KH-\VK HAAK MORE OLDER bath children welcome $90 per 3 NICE SMALL TRACTSNo.
CARS.!'! FOR GOOD TKA.\81.UR.TATIOVo. school bus. Rainbow Mobile
Socks Shoe Lace. ToothBrushes
> OLIN FORE month 2527 Beaumont phoneTI 4BR 2' Baths ,
FOR SALE Begonias in bloom
: Homes, and Trailer Park I mile,
and other house Zippers Bath Sets, TI 72685DUMP 72316. ., .. 1-15 Acres, good citrus
plants a -
off 441 Vine St. :Michigan -
Hwy. ,
or land 1000 frontage on Hwy.
1953 mobile house trailer in excellent Ties, Hair Nets, Razor Blades. 'Riedel TRUCKS FOR HIREAuctioneering Ave., Kissimmee. $12,950 530. 660' deep. Excellent I

condition, cheap. Tay- Knives, Buttons Jewelry, I GARAGE APARTMENT Excellent Terms homesite. $600 per acre. Terms.
lor's Nursery, 4 miles west en Spreads, T-Shirts Undershirts, FOR RENT: Five room garage I t
Vineland Road. Trunks, Pajamas, Rain Bon. MotorsYour apartment furnished. Electric 3 Rooms attractively furnished.: KI.SSIMMEEHIGHLANDS No. 2-3 Acres nice homesite,

nets, Scarfs, Dish Towels, kitchen, floor' furnace yearly Ground floor-Close in. 3 miles from Kissimmee %
FOR SALE: 17" TV completely Dodge & Dart Dealer for 1212 Mann mile from paved tOlld. Good for
Get alKaent prlre renter preferred.
Blouses year
Bras Perfume Handkerchiefs ...._..... I 118 SOUTH BEAUMONTTI ( truck farm. Price $3500.
reconditioned. 30 day uncondi- PH. TI 62661Pastimes *r farm I'''' \\-e
Ave. block off West Vine
I Dresses etc. Cometo will liquidate farm. fcyPnblle one 6-2303 PHONE TI 7-2621
guarantee one year on East An'tloa. Street. Phone TI C-2415.. No. 3-7 Acres near Lake To-
picture tube 5000. The Radio Wing of Sibert Mills DETTMFK KNTEHPRISE hopekaliga. Good citrus land.

Shack. 10 Dakin Ave.. TI 63774. Warehouse Old Highway in TI 67575STEVE ROOMS FOR RENT: $35 per FOR RENT:' Cottage newly redecorated Small home on property. A good

Davenport Thursday Friday In month and up, excellent coffee ; furnished carport, HOMEFOR buy at $5500 cash. .
FOR SALE: Power mower electric Saturday only. April 28. 29, 30. shop, St. Cloud Hotel St no children, 918 Alabama Are,

sewing machine: jig-saw, Sports JOHNSONLandscaping Cloud Florida. St. Cloud SALE I Sam Lupfer & Son
8 carpenter tools 4 drawer By Richards
Real Estate Broker
chest, typewr:":c, floor lamp FOR RENT: Apartments and FOR RENT: Garage apartment 2 BR ONE TEAR OLD I ,

desk lamps, day bed, Harris (l houses by week or month. Cot. one bedroom furnished, within Very air. partly far.l..... I. TI 62191
1319 Sunny St. AndLawn ton's Apartments, North Orange walking distance of business geed _' .. e.. hart read
Drlre-Ia Sh
FOR SALE: Chrome side pipes, Blossom Trail. 7-2-9-16-23-30 section, 324, Verona. ,
FOR SALE: 14' Scat Craft, 18 hp ServiceAll Very Easy Terms
93 inch. Fit most
Evinrude 1958 in excellent con Phone TI 72693. cars $20. FOR RENT: Modern efficiency FOR RENT: Duplex 2 BR unfurnished Medium Down Payment Special HALF PRICE!

dition all controls, fully equip Kinds of apartments with kitchenettesand within walking distanceof Sew. if y.. want a .......,. One Left.
ped, $895. $295 in equity, pay- FOR SALE: VX-6. End battery tiled bath, by week or business section. 324 Verona y.. d better He. t... .*. before Oaly
ments $27.45 per mo.' Can be trouble forever with VX-6. Call TRACTOR WORK month. Cow Capitol Court. TI 6- St. !y.u" J.11..1 er gala The lhrr, fcltow'a tees $395 Per LotIn

seen Sunday a.m. at Kissimmee 1 Jeffery Clay Sales TI 6-7820, 5341. ll-5-12-19-26tf SoSEE Trail Subdivision, 80'xllS',
Boat ,Basin. Rt. 1, Box 219.DON'T Phone TI 7-2647 high and dry. Restricted Home-
Rt. 1 Box 191Prescriptions FOR RENT: One bedroom cot John Farmer sites 1 mL north of Kissimmee,
.. tage furnished nicely, screened REAL ESTATEFOR Nest of 1792.
MOVE porch plenty of closet space on Pleasant Hill Road
& shade trees $60 per month, TI R. L. (Bob) LarsonTI

Till You've Seen .r 1 6-6321 before. 10 ajn. or after SALE 7-2701 or write Rt 5 Box 377
1..1 VMS PLAYED BY Filled 5
p.m. Like Bummer spot on a
y.n wait l ra trailer? FOR SALEOne
Curt Bock f.rt at Sam Baas Pharmacy 33Mr : homes one and two bedrooms, FaraUhrd .r .afaral..*.. Htr
.t Oatral apwille M.... water cad .... 7S ft. let $5500
TI 6-3251 .......'. Cafeteria Or'..... modern, clean quiet, by the with ....* trr w.*.. tile fcath. es- 2 Acre Tract
tU 5-8683 week month. Will take chil .rt., c.rpleleb.lltla
or trm large carp
Good high land road
408 Drive a very on county
Local and: Long Distance Moving Storage, Packing and Crating. Gun Bluing i dren. Also have trailer lots- rd ......vlevtrlr. If y.a kltrkr are ltemt aev.ea-+4 nice 2 BR CB. Breezeway,. car electric line mail route.
FREE ESTIMATES BOX 2S2 KISSIMMEE o Large Selection all lots high and dry. Rainbow .. a Mire well. Matrwt** b.a *. porte utility terms.
thla la It I '+*... haM .a left easy $1200
ef Fishing Mobile Homes and Trailer Park, .. Xraraaka Avr. $10,500or

Tackle Michigan Ave., Kissimmee, \ GoodtermL
win rent for ISO a
i mile off Hwy. 441 or Vine St
e Model Cars, TI 7.2982FRAME H. KUHN
Planes 2 Nice' Lots each 50x150.

.- FOR RENT sewer and water some nice. TI 6-8513
; : .22 CaL Magnum. S LESMEN WANTED: Several fruit tree, both for
2 BR unfurnished apartment on
Pistols forge sales representatives for HOME $1,650NELSON
Pleasant HiD Road. Tarn left
has area. Apply in person with $6500 FIRST $890 TAKES
at Drive-In Theatre pink duplex
i mplete resume of background.
We safeguard our customer's Interests RICHARDS ackson Furniture Company on right. SMALL DOWN PAYMENT 1% CITY LOTS

by offering only the best y I I SPORT SHOP J'est\ Dakin Ave. PHONE TI 7-2244 ('._.r !.( .. Bared alchwar.feared. Just off Thicker on Brown St
blab sad dry BBlltlIrrtrl CALL TI 6-5151
Insurance that money can buy' 1417 N. MAIN ST. ILl....... REALTY after 6
TI 1-1>>06 Kissimmee } FOR RENT: Brand new duplex p-in.
because that's the kind of settle J HOUSEWIVESWITHOUT
Y OR WILL RENT $70 MOt Since 1909
two bedrooms
j apartment, un-
experience can earn .
have loss email family.
want a
you you Hi day selling AVON COSMETICS furnished. Electric range and

That goes for any type of pro in own vicinity. Write central heat. Tile bath, large Phone TI 6-3996 LOTS FOR SALE: Large high .See additional
AUTREYMOTOR Mrs. Yanderbnrg. P. O. Box rooms, carport and utility and dry, city water and tewer classifieds onPage
tection for which you- may. havo ( CO. 23U. Ft. Pierce Fla. for -home room. Located in the city $75. Good location. Phone TI 7-2982

a need. t PHONE TI 7-2316 ijttrview.31p See Rita Hunt at the Gazette NEW DUPLEX' J for details. 5Bruce's

office or phone TI 6-8894 after By Jim Sloan
Extra Clean Local Cars
H : pjn. SELL. TRADE OR BENT for
'56 Ford Custom Fordor' : Secretary anything of vain CBS,
r + .- nl estate office. Must be ableo FOR RENT: Furnished apartments 2 BR each aide.
55 Ford Custom Fordor
Overdrive take dictation and do typing.ionte at 221 Verona St. Will Term 814 W. Oak Street

.., knowledge of legal terms accept one child.
55 Buick Hardtop Coupe TI 6-85J4:
&d description helpful. Excel-
*S6 Plymouth Station Wagon nt salary ana working condi- FOR RENT: House trailers efficiency SUNSHINE HOMES

Z 1958 RENAULT 011& Apply at 2710 South Or- apts. and house trailer FOR SALE: New 3-bedroom CBS

DAUPHINES ote Blossom Trail Orlando or space. Brown's Motor Ct. and home FaIl tile bath, beautiful 2 and 3 BR HOMES
north of
.. Trailer Park. 1
dean. $895 each. GArden 5-8615 for appoint Kissimmee. TI 65324. ,hardwod floors l large awning Many Choice Selections.

GOOD STOCK USED ment. type windows,large utility room

TRUCKS FOR RENT' : Two bedroom cement beautiful bcHt-tn kitchen, nice 6 to choose from.
iilTCann block house tile floors twoyears large landscaped lot on paved .
..a arty 1957 Ford Pickup Fordo- W !TED: Welding equipment old 1515 Emmett St. road. Quiet Irving. Four mites I W. Arrange FinancingLOW
rattic Trans. west 17-92 to Addison's DOWN PAYMENT
u and electric. R. H.; Myers on
1955 Ford Pickap J* 1, Kissimmee, TI 72996."W .. FOR BENT: New two bedroom Shop and turn Tight 400 ft-; Contact for homes that
1951 Willys 4 WD Pickup home in Kissimmee Highlands. Extra lots available. Low down us ore

Lupfer'sInsurance completely overhauled. TTED Trailer Park mainten- Phone! TI 7-2568. payment Phone TT' 6-7609. JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER

1948 GMC Pickup runs nee man, some knowledge of
like new. machinery, plants, trees FOR BENT Large house trailer. HOUSE FOR SALE: Three bedrooms : Phone TI 7-2230-TI 6-5631

Agency 1953 CMC 2-Ton Truck Olrtgood trailer. Ideal for re- IS {t. living room, modern:, $45 eight months old. Have -

1918 195> Ask for T. K. Gallowayor |i' 4 but not tired farmer B. H. per no. Call at 198 Marion equity over WOOO. Will take BRUCE PAHTIN Developer' and Builder
off Patrick near Airport $500. Total price $10,000. >phoneTI >
'TI Ave
J Route 1 Eissinunee. .
12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 6-2191 Marion Clifton 1 '9G., Ask for Mrs. Houseman. -2597.. '



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the First Federal Savings and sal poiuons of Area B l lying !>*:
Loan Association of Kissimmee '. C tween Miami's westerly limits and;

Colorful .Highlights court.was elected clerk of the circuit y. .B 'll! Flood Damage Survey the existing. romervation'le'rees. are....

In 1956 '8,387 persons were L' ,< General Itschner will attem i ,

From Recent ElectionsBy registered to vote in Osceola county W I ,;0, .a, t, 'yu"" $t..:; Army Engineers MakeLieutenant to visit all trouble spots in th*
in a campaign which saw 28 > v' county related to planning now m
candidates run on the Democratic : progress on the Central an
FRED BRUSSOW dentfal election which saw Dwight ticket here. Farris Bryant, leading : ,;; General E. C. Itsch-! mer's staff; County Commissioners Southern Florida Project. Tig
Staff Writer Eisenhower swept into office. candidate for governor this at '. t ner, U. S.: Army Chief of Engi- front Pinellas, Hillsborough, most important planning itt
This leaves the favorable impres- according ot the straw poll ':1i Pasco and Jlernando Counties;
year the CorjJ
Now only five days remain nn- ::2' s + neers, will inspect the recently under present study by
sion that the people are willing conducted by the Gazette, first a and representatives of the Officeof of is Conservation
Engineers Ares
til some 8,970 eligible voters in ''' Florida Monday by plane to gain
to set aside out motied Civil Defense mobilization. Af
prejudices ran for governor in 1956 against related lands to tW.
No. 3 and
Osceola will be able to A
county go i and face the problems openly the incumbent, LeRoy Collins,and firsthand information on water- ter lunch, the aerial tour will
east, south and west. XHe
to the polls to have their in
will continue
say control He
without confusing traditions to planning. continue
other discussed
two candidates, Sumter to specific areas will be accompanied. off
the of
governmental formation muddle the trend of (clear think- Lowery and Fuller Warren. LeRoy Tuesday with ground inspectionsof at the noon-day meeting. l
Coonel Paul
both tours by qTroxler
the county state and Reg- ing. Collins elected south Dade County areas where
istration this ia 1,030 more was again gover General Itschner proposes to Jacksonville District Engineer
year in problems remain to 'be solved ender -
Interesting highlights the nor of the state and Bob Buckets
than in 1952 and 573 more than the Central and Southern. augment flood reports on the for the! Corps, o&er engv*
1952 election Houston Par- his .
saw won second term for sheriff.J.
in 1956 giving 'an average increase CANCER CRUSADE WORKERS a luncheon meeting Tuesday Florida Flood Control Project. area with bird's-eye 'view of neers of the Jacksonville: District
tin and Bob Buckets vieing for t C. (Doc) Tyson won his third
of 901 persons per election the sheriffs office after the re term as supervisor of. public in at Kissimmee, Pete Hunt, chairman of the 1960 Cancer Cru The day-long aerial tour of the recently-stricken region. Com Office and of the South Atlantfg
year. tirement of Young Tindall', with struc on. sade, appointed chairmen for various committees. Shown above, west-central Florida will include] prehensive planning by the Corpsto Engineer Division from Atlanta*
Osceola I county, traditionally twenty years of service in Osce- This year both in the number; they are, left to right, seated, Miss Hester Smith, Boggy Creek Green Swamp, and the Peace, Ok- alleviate flood problems is Representatives of the Central and
Democratic in 1952 shrugged the ola County. Bob Buckets won bya of registered voters and in the section; Mrs. Ruth Padgett, county health department; Mrs.Malrin lawaha, Withlacoochee, and Hills- considered probable in this region Southern Florida Flood Contr
bonds of tradition and gave strong close margin and other winners number of candidates running on Samuel, Fish Lake and Neptune Road; Mrs. T. [,. Quirk, borough River Basins. The engi where current flooding has already District, Dade County Everglade
support to some Republican candidates caused $20 million in direct National Park and other local i iig
that included Irid Bronson,1 thet Democratic ticket chief will also view flooded
year 52 neer
some Canterbury Lane; Mrs. Wilbur [flock. Delhiood Park; Mrs. Joe .
in the
especially presi- state senator J. J. Griffin, Jr.,I to be is TarponSprings damages.On terests are expected to U'OJ'BItpany
; exact, larger than any areas near Tampa
Lombard, Lake Cecile; Mrs. Richard Cozier, Kissimmee High' Tuesday, the group will visit General Itschner en tlS
county representative and and
previous Masaryktown,
lands. Standing, left to right Jack Perkins, merchants gift South Dade area by buds, including otur of Dade County. *
Wade( Lanier, Jr., Tuesday
STOVES REFRIGERATORS was a runaway to the poll, interest Pithlachascotee River and will see
committee Eddie Densmore, container committee O. P. Johnson Cutler Drain, the reaches M
choice for tax ; upper -
county assessor. seem high on the political issues the recently authorized West
Used Also that year there was a run presented by the candidates as treasurer; Carl Riedel, civic vlub project; Pete Hunt, and Coast Intracoastal Waterway of Black Creek, Levee 31 aline- Wax painted. woodwork arming
FURNITURESewell off election held on May 27 for the time of election draws closer Gene Hassctt, field representative of the Orange County Unit. route. meet areas along Krome Avenue door knobs, window sills, art
Thurmond the top men in each race where and closer. AU those wishing to (Photo by Cooper) At noon the plane will land at and Tamiami Canal and others places that soil easily. Then theyare
there were more than two candi have' their i say in the formationof Tampa International Airport for (lying southwest of that intersection easily cleaned. with a dam
lOts W. Church 72 TV. Pine
9 ORLANDO- dates entered. In' that run-off, the governmental bodies which GAZETTE ADVERTISING FAYS 8 conference with two membersof Everglades National Park cloth. ,.
Glenh Ray, former manager of will govern them from day to day Congressman William C. Cra I The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, April 28, 1960 ----Pate 1 i\

month to month and year to year, "' ......... JI -_--"-....-,- -- ..... '" I
ti will have the opportunity on Tues
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;. day, May 3, election day, from t
7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
r L I Motto To You"
'. Local Men\ Attend y N My : .

..' Highway ConventionThe

r ...... .,'
annual Highway 441 Association : .
j. i
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4. convention was held Sat ; /
'' '" ...,-- -" urday at Silver Springs, in Ocala 4 VOTE FORCANDIDATE
f with Bill Prather, a director of
=' .,. .
the association, Ed Neid and Paul
Sanborn, manager of the chamberof
; Commerce in attendance.All .
officers reelected for ,
'''a were
d another year, with 1[. R. Bedgoodof
'fr Athens, Ga., serving as presi '. JACK M. BASS
s.i; < dent.
-4 It was pointed out that there
are over three thousand automo- .
:x br>.' biles per day, with an average ot
,. >
.ti. .cv three persons per vehicle, travel- '; ,
'l. <. ing route 441 between Orlando g .
t, I '' f< ,.' FOR
.i..i.ix51 and Okeechobee, indicating the : /

...,' 3 a '4'9da f z(. .." great Following business the meet;, ..,- l.v; i iI
'' leg, lunch was served and the .

r q. ff ed members to free of tours the of association the exhibits treat of',I :: : .f-"v1: TAX: COLLECTOR

Silver Springs. "
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:g-tr Negroes Admit f. '.;,S.
Local BurglaryTwo

4' Negro men are being held ; '. PRIMARY MAY 3RD

t:1t. in Polk County jail at Bartow E :;,;.;",.,,..
without bond for allegeaiy attempting :
to break into Cooic-a: Department ;J' ,
Florida's Cabinet: System provides a continuity Store in Haines City

of experienced IfigdcrfiWp which keeps our State April 18.Sheriff's. BORN IN THE HEART ..

9ovelpIl1 T oil an 'eV ri'tial.: themost '- Lt. Hal) HiggmDotainidentified : .-.
them as Charles JocpaGra '
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' '- =' : important.- "quality, do"which"we... must demand, .,. :-;:_ : JLT,'and Willie Lester Fields l i J '
in the man we efict as cur State) Treasurer.J. .:"- 23, ))Oth of LowghmaitT1'"-*;: J JHe S' : '. I
said the Negroes admitted # ?
Edwin Larson for 13 years your State Treasurer breaking 'and entering Maklnson -1, ""
has that experience I Hardware here April 12 ana Baling ,_
'old'01:91": a.......,........ over $700 worth of guns, ammunition ;- .
and sporting clothes. ; "',
d ;
a :
t Tavares Triumphs .

o Over St. Cloud (
1 The 'Tavares track team Wed f

nesday St amassed Cloud ((31))points track and to Eustis meeton defeat 'Who Is Jack: M. Bass?

in triangular
.t, l a makeshift track in Tavares

", last week. m.I '. I am the son of the late David Bass and "Aunt Lizzie" Bass, who now resides in St.

Cloud Born December 29, 1914, I am 45 years old and proudly boast of my Osceola County

,: : Re- Elect .. :heritage. A veteran of World War II, charter member of B. P. O. E. Elks No. 1873, American

} Legion and a communicant of the Episcopal Church. .

EUGENESIMMONS :: :;_. f :'<} :
pV.R v A What Are His Qualifications: ? .< : .'..: > v:. 1:<<',r: :"r_t-->. v.-- -, :.. .''.

include eight of retail with mammoth
My qualifications years grocery experience a supermarket

..: company. Thirty-seven months in the Naval Disbursement Dept., handling pay

County Commissioner records and requisitions for newly commissioned ships. Worked for two years as postal clerkin

District Three St. Cloud. For the past 11 / years I have represented a large insurance firm in Kissimmee.

EUGENE SIMMONS What Does He Advocate? .


Eugene the son of Simmons Mrs. Daisy was born Simmons.and educated He is married in Osceola to the County.former He Mary te I advocate courteous and efficient service to ALL people at ALL times, a staggered lunch

and Is the father of four children. Two of his children

'.z:. are Chitwood presently enrolled in the KIssr comet: schools. hour so that the office of tax.Collector can remain open all day. A five day week once a year

Eugene Simmons is an active member of the First Christian Vice-Chairman Church spent in St. Cloud.for the convenience of people there in paying taxes and purchasing auto

l' of Kissimmee, serving on the Board of Deacons, as I .
of-the Church Board and as a: member the Board of Christian licenses. ,

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He A Candidate?
County and is vitally concerned with the present revaluation of Why .
:: property brought about to better the school situation for your children

and his. I desire to capably serve yo and to make a living for my family. I realize that during his 33

t Simmons is interested in the Flood Control Resolntionrihat

the Eugene Board of County Commissioners recently adopted. requesting relief years in the court house, m> opponent has done a great job. Fortunately he has accumulated .
Florida.Eugene .
on the chain of lakes in Central.
';}!:; a substantial .retirement >Ius his social security benefits.
::;!. Simmons advocates better cooperation with the State ,Road

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RID t Two Dedicated CandidatesIn The Kfe&Immt Gazette Thursday, April 28, 1960 Page 3.V

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(I MEMBU itical races, there emerges a quiet dignified campaign for
VI Offices: 24-26 Stewart :AYe.
0 0 y Telephone Tllden 6-2221 Yr oue of our local circuit judges and a supreme court justice.'Ve Britain has had more down-to-earth practical
c 1960 refer to Circuit Judge W. A. Pattishall and Supreme experience with nationalization of industry than any other

'47.'Q N Catered In the Post*. Second Office at CIa Klsalmmee!'a Mall Matter, Fla. Court Justice Glenn Terrell. major non-communist nation. Not many years ago, it lookedas
v L We take many of the good things of our democratic if nationalization of almost all essential British enter-
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Fionas system of justice for granted. It is timely to recognize in prises and services was inevitable.The .
appreciation the inspired judicial leadership and service of pendulum has swung the other way.
LEO SCHUMAKER these two men. Their professional knowledge, characterand Witness, for instance, the present plight of Britain's
.. integrity We indeed fortunateto Labor Party. It is factions. Numbers
< Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION FtGNT are unquestioned. are splintered among warring -
: have these dedicated men as candidates for re-election. of competent observers think that as now constitutedit

4 i Jf. Jf. has no chance whatsoever of returning to power. The
RATESSix big bone of contention is Clause Four of the Labor constitution -

months, $2.50; one year, $(,00; two years, $7.00 ,.. CANCER : which calls for "common ownership of all the means of
# / The Great Political IssueBetween production, distribution and exchange."-i.e., total socialism.

crcc.f The party's leader, Hugh Gaitskell, recognizing that thia
philosophy has become repugnant to the majority of British
now and November the candidates for the voters wants to it. But
? modify the die-hards won't go along.
y A rEs presidency and lesser offices will argue many an issue.
They refuse to see that Britain's long extensive and expensive -
Some of the arguments will be forthright, some will amountto with
h tilteJ 6 Hx'r experience national socialism has produced pro-
r fencestraddling.But .
found disillusion especially among the younger voters.
as the Wall Street Journal points out in an editorial Witness
again, something that is due to happen nextFebruary
there is one over-riding issue that that above all, 14. That will mark the 10th anniversary of Brit-
,a should be dealt with In the "It is
: squarely. paper's words ain's nationalization of her great steel industry. And
J Tv; 'iVfff. nothing less than the question of the future direction of the I on that date, in 1961 denationalization is expected to be

government.. completed, and the steel industry returned to private enterprise -
ELECTlO 'PARTIES "The argument, it seems to us, must be met head-on; The stock of 11 remaining firms the government still
the American people deserve at least that much. Are we to
will be'sold at for
t I think it healthy thing, this sponsoring or"an election owns auction a forecast of $115 million.
is a : party
to the Communists in effect them?
surrender by imitating
'. Z +i i Britain still has to in her-
at the Community House next Tuesday night by the Kiwanis Club. a. ; rf a very long way go ridding
It not only will be an informative and social ge -together. but itwill Or are we to disprove their hideous philosophy by making self of socialism. For example, her coal mines, railroadsand
bring back a part of an American. tradition that has gone to pot in this the freest possible\ of societies? That is the great political medical services are still socialized, and are accountingfor
recent years. issue and it would be a healthy thing if it became heavy taxpayer-borne losses. But she is movingandthe
3 the focus of this campaign. The American people must faceit anti-socialist the
movement has full of the
support ma-
The Kiwanians will hare blackboards wire
private telephones sooner or later. The sooner it is got out in the open,
I of British .
courtesy of Charlie Dixon and the Florida 'Telephone Corporation I American Cancer ociity jority people.We
sripped of subterfuge and double-tajk the better for the
-television seta, runners and pages plus coffee, sausages and can learn an invaluable lesson from our English-
paneakee-t-all the trimmings of a wonderful evening. American future. speaking cousins across the Atlantic.
That is for everyone except, perhaps the candiadtes themselves.Tom The American people are constantly told that a way to *. *
Bumby the citrusman and former county commissioner combat the Communist menace is to turn over more and
told Pete Lucas and Bill Boyd that Deputy Fred Littlefield more power, to say nothing of more and more of their wealth, I
tried to sell him a ticket to the election party."I Speaking to a super-state. If the people allow that to happen, there A Tax On KnowledgeIs
told Fred I was a little afraid to buy a tickett for a meal," will be small need of combatting Communism-for we will
Tom drawled" "'cause things may turn out so I would be too sick Is Election simply adopt a Communism of our own, no matter what labelis
to eat. Tuesday Day given it."Takelt. it the function of the Internal Revenue Service to .
TomVas joshing, of course, and will be there as should most
of what kind of advertising a business should do to sell
the other citizens of the community. .
I remember when I was a youngster the newspaper back Tuesday May 3rd is the date of the Democratic and its products or to protect itself?
home used to hold an election party every time there wa* one Repulican primary elections fn the State of Florida. Easy" Many people will regard that as an extremely hypothetical
and back in those days people took their politics seriously. It question without foundation in an existing reality. Butit
was back when'few people could afford telephones or radio sets, Secretary of State R. A. Gray predicts that some million has been raised by Eugene F. Rinta, executive director of
and television was still a scientific theory. voters in Florida will go to the polls. Dorothy Purdy, The world image of the American is that of a hard-hit the Council of State Chamber of Commerce-and with full
Everybody in the county who could find transportation came to I Osceola County supervisor of registration says close to 8,000 ting, fast-acting go-getter, chuck full of tireless energy.
town on election nights to find out how the voting went. i county Democrats and Republicans could vote Tuesday if Well, maybe so. But did you ever think of how many reason.The Internal Revenue Service has held that certain
Back in 1936 I was just kid, and what stands
a happened
out chose
they so
vividly mind. FDR in his second expressions we have that indicate the need for an easier advertising placed in newspapers and magazines by ertain
in my was term fight with Republican -
Alf Landon.A And prior to the election newspapers, radio and television tempo? "Take it easy." "Relax, you'll live longer." "Rome businesses is not a legitimate business expense, and hence is
crowd of people was milling around the newspaper office stations will be pleading and wheedling with these reg- wasn't built in a day." And then there's the old infantry not a deductible item for tax purposes. The advertising in
and out front on the sidewalk most of them rabid fans for the tered voters to exercise that wonderful privilege and go cast man's axiom, "Don't walk, if you can ride; don't stand if you question involves legislation and government policy. The
'Democratic candidate t A boy named Dink Kirkman walked into their ballots. can sit; and don't sit if you can lie down.? primary target of the IRS ruling has been the electric utility
the middle of the crowd, wearing well-worn overalls and a moon We're not going to do that. We pleaded with the registered The fact is that while Americans are used to living at industry which, as a life and death matter opposes the
shine glow. voters to get out and vote in the school bond issue as fast pace most of us are also aware of the need to restore ever present campaign to socialize it. Howe 'cr: non-utility
He raised his arms and" looked skyward. v last May 12, and only some 1,500 out of 3,000 approximately strength and vigor through proper rest and recupera- enterprises are also involved.
"Hooray for Landon! he shouted.
eligible voters bothered. tion. The wise themselves What this amounts to the American
About that time some FDR partisan reached in his overall pocket ones pamper using the creature as Newspaper
and took out a cobwebbed shine bottle and pole-axed Dink. .He sankto This time we are going to suggest they stay home and comforts available so abundantly here to recharge their bat- Publishers Association has pointed out, is "the suppression
the sidewalk and the FDR man melted into the crowd. sop their gravy or trim their toenails or whatever the non- teries whenever possible. through the taxing power of the opportunity for acquisitionof
Seven years later Dink was in the same contingent of draftees voters do on election day. That's why you'll find no punily padded bucket seats in knowledge by the people in governmental affairs.'* In
as I, going to Ft. Bragg for the induction physical.I And since the matter of who did and didn't vote is a the American automobile. Instead, Mr. America heads for other words, the.right of the people to know, as well as the
I was accepted, fortunately or unfortunately, but Dick .was matter of public record, we are tempted to get a list of home on foam rubber cushions that absorb the day's ten- right of enterprise to present its side of vital controversial
j turned down. He was still adled from that lick for Landon. those who sopped gravy or whatever and didn't vote and sions as he drives-or keeps them from developing while issues, is subjected to a heavy tax penalty. And this policy
Ycss-sir, people used to take their politics more seriously.SERVICE it beside for the next four could be '
place our typewriter years. he's on the road.Similarly very far-reaching indeed. As Mr. Rinta observes
Then when these poll-dodgers come around after the a before-dinner cat-nap on a man-sized sofaor it could even affect such organizations as local Chambers of
election to gripe, and we have found this type to be the most a big, comfortable.loungj 1 chair filled with'fatigu_ asin Commerce-for the reason that they lend their support to
T V .: / consistent complafrfls: Vi 1 an\thumb. through our' list of latex foam is a bete rescrlption than ba"tpituratest and community improvement,projects, such as school. bond issues
'. ": non-voters and tell'them to go back to wading the gravy- much more pleasantly habit-forming1. which often are involved in l legislation. *-.
Deal with confidence at one of your oldest service but watch their belching-because they became disenfran- The Latex Foam Rubber Council reports that some 162 If any man, or organization or any industry can't speakits
shops in town. chised and lost their legitimate right to gripe last May 3. million pounds of this super comfortable stuff was made mind without paying a tax penalty for the privilege free
JUST CALL TI 6-3774 It might help make for better government. At any rate and sold last year-most of it going into mattresses, pillows speech is in a sorry state in this country. Proposed laws to '
the polite request that citizens be just thatcitizenshasn'tcarried and upholstery cushioning. correct the IRS ruling are pending in Congress. One should
THE RADIO SHACK much weight in this country for a long time. As Omar Khayam so aptly put it in connection with a go on the books without delay.

10 W DAKIN AVENUE Since FDR started his campaign to whittle away a somewhat. differnt soporific:
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DOROTHY CARDER PURDY This advertisement is being contributed as a publicby

ri1i.ML the opposed and unopposed candidates who are '

ed below. It is their belief that a good citizen is well

Yt ed and that all of the latter will vote on Tuesday, Ma

The following is a legal resolution which sets up the mechanics for the Democratic and Republi

Study This. Sample Ballot CarefullyThis primary elections on Tuesday, May 3. In order to understand the legal requirements of the election:!

1. You must be registered either as a Democrat or Republican with Mrs.\ Dorothy Purdy, supervi
Clerk of the Circuit Court
-- of registration for Osceola County, whose office is in the county courthouse in Kissimmee.
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of the
GLENN RAYSheriff a copy Official Ballot which will appear on voting machines -
;: 2. If you are registered, then ,you must go to the polling place in the precinct inwhich you live,

I in all 14 precincts. Study it carefully in order to save time when you, to locate your precinct, see the accompanying map of the county's 14 precincts, with its inserts of

r vote on Tuesday, May 3rd. precincts that lie within the city limits of Kissimmee and St. Cloud.

You vote in the precinct from which you are registered, i.e., Precinct 10, St. Cloud, Commu

House, SL Cloud.

SAMPLE BALLOT 3. Remember for in each For instance if live Stat
_, -' you vote one person group. you at Campbell

Irutructiona to voters you vote in Precinct 3. But you vote not only for a candidate from District One, but also from Distri
Three and Five. .'
:31.tlm.tat,3i ., :=:sr.: PaIMAI't ILICTIOM PIMAI't! IUCTION 1MAI't RICTION In other words, county candidates are voted on county-wide! ,
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RESOLUTION: Inspectors: Harold I* Young.! PRKCINCT SO. 8 Filling ttlon.
WHEREAS, under tile provisions John T. Crocker Ruth Streetman. ,wlauAlF.r .. of. the law., governing Primary Murray Bronson and Mary Mae Polling Place: upon Reefing Insfeetr: EmoryC V
I J.a d 1M s.-1 C..rfi.q -IaH 1 false J ,: ., Kleetton. it if the duty of the ""..hU. Building 1217 California Ave. Meads B. Hill. Ida E Yynejl
N. PRECINCT KO. 4 Clerk Joe H. Barber.Inspectors and
"Non M del 1 Hoard of County Commissioners to : nkensbip.: LcjItKCISCT
0'::; r-i_ appoint Official. of the "e".ralI t Kl.slrree) : Harry A.Vh_.*.. Drew.
...CioceIt Wee Ninth J.1iea Ciooit _a w... : ',; "." }*redacts within the O unO. and Polling Place: Sinclair: Service Fred. Buttery. ClarR SO. 13 JlP
-.-w I Nn6AYLf ., : seleet the StatlexL 10s South Bermuda d.,. Lalfft rts.)1't. I K..ylllf')
-L_ d lM.ngBatFRESOLV. Iiardld'G1)ip. ,
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tv too 0- L .,:;. -'/ Clerk: Keittoeth c. Smith.t .- JUtGD alil'. Ufg Place: 1lulrnmb'Peat
: : 'Ej) HY THE BOARP OP COUNTY} : '! -!%!? ? .r a* Hulln, Snyder. Th'omai FRFCI.t(1.Nua_ .irk t'Polllnlr Mee Uuildlofc.
.. COMMISSIONERS OK OSCEOUA tyt. ) Clerk: Glenn R. Ualsdcn
Irw ; j K. Lee. Frank J. Kelley, MerleH. I : .
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ConstableMACK f lt J COUNTY, FLORIDA ttfat tl\e'tol- Patrick. Olive I. Bronson. Marvin Tlae4 w. lalL Inspector Minor t. M>-1|
ware lowing named person, qualified Drlg ers and Jennie R. Pyle.PRKC1XCT ; New York Ave. tin Kate E. :Stevens L,11"\ ill
lleLAIN electors of the County be and they Clerk: Lawrence E. "lweter. icon' and Constance Latiior.areoowiee .
= I :::; I =: are hereby appointed aa Cleric and SO. :54Kl.sirweel Inspectors. : Henry J. Erlcknon.Vfnnifred "IU'I%(''''' \O. If
paL d itawa IL d t11it1F. d Inspectors respectively, for each \ }, Luthge. Ruth H. Wat- <:\ I
of the Election Precinct, to nerr Polling Place: City Fire Station. son. Elizabeth G. Henael Julia Polling Place. Chamber u
as such at the First Primary Election Clerk: Steve R. Neher. Vickers Uurrance. Emily L uc- tnerce Building.
co.- _L Rd I -a sue I : to be held on the third day of M.Inspectors: Theodore, E. Bowen Manus, Margaret B. Hood. Lena Clerk: Georgia II. M':Dou: .,:,
Fin d FI1Kt d May A. D. mo. with the following Jane Push Ralph J. Morse M. Brown, Mary Geneva llosber<< Inspector: Clifford H. -so,
foiling Places: Charles K. Hess Catherine HelenMean. and Mary E. Persona.1'UKriXCT W. J. Brack. Helen \V rriH

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d IIIDIII d Polling Place: George Hancock's SIKissiIs l'o1JlngMace: Community House. IT FURTHER UE::;,)
-1Va.1.0n0J ..... Home. ee) Clerk: Donald PricketU that the foregoing list .i Jl
: : Smith Growers
-- Inspectors: Jlalph G. Chamberlain Places. Clerks and In<>pecol:
Clerk: George G. Hancock. '
fur: .. Inspector'. : Robert G. Goodman. Packing House Ea.t"lne Street. Amy G. Sullivan. EteHca B. the various Election !'r.-'II
IWIIf A IIdIIIft'f. .. d __ .. Vera K. Torman and James A. Clerk: Edward Newton. M. benllon. Pauline .'. ChUholm. published' tn compltancit w >J
-, .---_..-- .. -, '-' -- Jones. Inspectors: C. Partin. Margaret G. Daurherty. Joe M. 12.012 k Statut.: s. ,.f
; Carriev; Tladall Butler EloireO. Bowman and Theresa Wieland.I'HKriXCT Kissimmee Gazette and tj)
PRECINCT SO. 2ShUjtle MeLain Mary A. Romack. J. Clifford XO. 11 Cloud
r. av.Mm' lf riIOIc papers c
< Chapman an4 Sara B. John- (!St. ('I..<) era! within the .
M1 Polling. Place Old Community son. Polling Place: St. Cloud Millwork of Osceola.
: --- Ho.u.e.Clerk PRECINCT SO. and and Dated this 14th
: 7KlMlmmee Supply. Grape Ave. day of
-, F.r s.c..r." .,..We \ n.Rib L d, /IIIIIIf:: d, Firman Inspectors: Carl: Charles Spenee., W. St. Clair. Polling Place( : Youth )Center Lake 12th StreetClerk: *red B. Keaney. X D. 1M0. /8/ OREN CTwC-: .;','.
J. Wright and Clarence
Front. Inspectors: T. Alfred Frledrteh.( Chairman of ttio Ui.
"Ea.rl BeviL Clerk: Oscar Lee Partin. Robert Logan Bill*.- L*IIai. N. Stmnvona CountyIIZ1m1u,
.... A L...... .. PRECINCT. .XO. 3 Inspectors: Eb M. Jones J. Adrian Gloria B. Tyson and Sadie ATTESTs :
r UIt d IIdII1II d ((......11 !filsti.e) Boyle. Thelma Clara Cotumbe.Herbert M. Fryman. / / Glenn Ray
Was tarOnoJ l ___ Polling Place: Wlllard Brown's E. Chitwood. Mary C. PRECINCT 10. J: Clerk of the Board of
-- Garage. Johnston Betty P. McGovan and (llvlopat) County Ao.LlJljls.ionersSUPERINTENDENT
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disease in the unrestrainedand in regard to the method. We prefer incisional biopsy and frozen section Pf :
(Editor's Note: Printed here are essays by local physicians jon the disease processes are one common .. i
subject of cancer and the symptoms of this disease. These essays are independent growths of component cells. In spite of this complexity as the method of choice in proving the nature of tumors of the Cancer Of The. SkinBy :: '
presented in connection with the current drive for funds to.combat progress, in diagnosis and in treatment of certain types ofcancer breast. The surgical pathologist often sees and examines the patient ;:
this dread disease by the American Cancer Society). has been and is being made. before operation. He is regularly present in the operating room
The chief stumbling block in the way of cancer therapy is that when the biopsy is done. The small wedge that we excise for frozen JAMES C. RlN.UIAS'"M. D.

the disease soon changes from a localized to a generalized one. A localized section is heated for a few seconds in Bouin's fixtative. It is then frozen Skin cancer does death in uncontrolled untreated
Cancer The Breast cause or progressive *
Of tumor can be extirpated by drastic and nonspecific means, and cut on a freezing microtome. We cut a block of tissue of sufficientsize types. .
. to show the architecture of the tumor. We do not depend on a section
such surgical removal or radiation-induced necrosis, but generalized -
as Of the seven danger signals of a cancer established by the Amer-
By GEORGE A. CANT: M. D. cancer can be effectively treated only by methods so highly specific so small that only a few cells are shown. The sections are floated ican Cancer Society, four of these are especially applicable to skin
out in basin of water and picked out glass rod and stainedin
that death of malignant cells can be induced without serious a on a
To treat effectively a disease of unknown etiology of inevitablyfatal damage to normal cells "In the present state of our knowledge this an aqueous polychrome stain. Only five or ten minutes are required cancer.These four danger signals of skin
a cancer are:
course if untreated, a disease for which no specific therapy to these sections.I .
means our only hope is to diagnose and treat cancer early. prepare
1. Unusual from the skin.
bleeding discharge .
exists, might well be considered almost hopeless. The problem in Cancer of the breast is one of the great diseases with which physicians -I have outlined a course in which to follow for masses which occur or :
the case of cancer is made more complex by the fact that it is not ona have struggled since time immemorial For the modem physician in the breast and a similar course should be followed in lumpsor mole 2. Any change the size, shape or appearance of a pre-existing wartor

disease but many different diseases. There is a great difference between however, cancer of the"breast is a greater challenge than it was masses which occur in different parts of the body. It should be left 3. Any on ulceration which does not heal.
the symptoms and clinical courses of leukemia in children, to the discretion of the physician whether a biopsy is
to his colleagues of even a generation ago. because today there are up necessary 4. the
unusual of
Any lump or thickening skin.
all these :
of the essentially
melanoma and
malignant cancer lip yet
methods that often make it to recognizethe
improved diagnostic possible In addition there be such
I may symptoms as itching, burning, pain,
Page 6A The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday April 28, 1960GABY'S disease while it is 1Still early, and there are new therapeutic not.Mole redness tenderness and swelling.It .
methods that give better control ove rit Unfortunately, this new CancerBy is known that many early cancer areas have little or no signsor
method has not as yet been fully digested and applied. There is a long symptoms at the beginning. For that reason we are very suspicious -
to in the education of both the.public and the medical pro-
way go of ol the skin which unnatural
an area assumes an texture and
vRQNN yRlp Juana fession.
4 persists even though none of the annoying symptoms or discharges
Our propaganda to the public has emphasized the possible grave :Mole cancers are among the most malignant types of cancer develop. '
significance of a breast tumor and has urged women who discover a known today. Moles are spots on the skin in which pigment cells collect Your physician will advise you about the type of skin sore you
breast tumor to consult a physician at once, but we have done nothingto together and form a little spot, or a little elevation of the skin. have and if it is cancer instruct you concerning proper treatment.
educate women in how to examine their own breasts and how to There are two types the brown and the black, which are common and
find tumors in them. The medical profession, of course, bears the then there are others which are colorless on the surface.
ultimate responsibility for the diagnosis and treatment of breast :Many people have moles. As a matter of fact, the average person THREE SHOWS TONITEliiiner2Serve
may have about twenty. However these moles are respected and left
cancer.The first step toward better diagnosis of cancer of the breast is alone, and the only time they should be disturbed is when they show
a full realization of its frequency. According to the recent mortalitydata signs of growth and change in 'structure. These signs may be altera-
DUCK INN for New York State the breast, in women, is by far the most tion in color, itching, enlargement and bleeding. If any of these signs 1
frequent site for cancer in either sex. Indeed in women it is almost intervene consult your doctor. "
W. "Where Good Food Predominates" W. twice as frequent as any other type of cancer. About 4% of all adult Moles should be considered for removal if they happen to be in a ) Serving Daily from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. the disease. It is rare before the of 25, but from
Sundays 12 Noon to 10 p.m. women develop age spot where they are subject to to repeated irritation, such as the beard STEAK HOUSEClean
I Air Conditioned then on its incidence increases throughout the whole life span. area where one has to shave every day, along the belt line or in the
3974 S. Orange Blossom Trail Orlando We are all .agreed today the biopsy and immediate microscopic heel where there is constant irritation or friction from walking. It is
examination are often indicated. The only differences of opinion are in these spots that malignant changes often occur. _
Moles should be removed very cautiously and widely because if Up Is Always

you do not take this precaution you may disseminate an early cancer 4- Another Part!
very quickly and cause the death of a person in a very short periodof
OOOOOO OOOOOOOOO l time. The average duration of life after spread of a.mole canceris
s AvE a r OO six months or less. The best method of removing them is by elec- Keeping your head
trosurgery. They usually do not respond satisfactorily to X-ray / lights shield clean and wind is a Steady ,

CLIP THIS COUPON treatments.It safety factor. We Patronage
5.THIS CERRTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO is not cprrect to treat moles by escharotics or chemicals\ because do the job thor Means Better
usually all this does is irritate them and make them grow more. oughly when
Jg. 50 Top Value StampsFREE When surgical excision has to be done it should be done by a ever you come in. Care For
person who has had experience and training in the handling of,these Let us care for your Your Car
growths. because they are extremely dangerous. car regularly!
At the last meeting of the American Medical Association an advance
WINN-DIXIE STORE in the handling of patients with mole cancer, who had recur-
II rences and formerly were hopeless was presented. In this new typo
n I Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult' With of treatment, which at present is actually limited in its use to the Bud & Johns Gull Service
Moy 1st A $5.00 or More Food OrderS extremities, the circulation is completely blocked either at the groinor
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fi1 at the armpit and a fluid is perfused through the arteries and
veins and the whole less soaked with
extremity more or internally a
MWOOOOOQQQQ OOO QQQOQOOOOOQOOOO OOO O( cancer-killing solution. Then this is washed out after the treatment is
completed. A number of cases were presented which showed remarkable .
SOD SSA QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD Thru April 30thLYllJlr.JIIDJill recovery and control of the recurrences of 'metastatic lesions.
The reports are still early and it will take several years to finally
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evaluate them., but a strong ray of hope lies in this discovery where .A ;
formerly there was no chance of cure.
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= Hoarseness Of The Cough'E.

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Y'" R. SPEIRS, M. D.
Limit one with -
Income Tax/
5! It a $5.00 or = As is the case with most of the other danger signals of cancer ;
; more Food =_ indicating involvement of the internal organs which are inaccessibleto
Order inspection or palpation hoarseness and cough are often fairly late;
symptoms in the course of the disease. However particularly with
reference to hoarseness, the lesion may be found in time to effect A Nt S'.t. .-
cure. Of course, there are many other innocent types of conditions
Food Order.
YOUR CHOICE with $5.00
Limit one. a or more presenting these symptoms-some disappearing with no or simple ,1- ,
NEW treatment, and others requiring more complicated measures for diagnosis .i
1LB. and treatment. If hoarseness persists for two weeks, or a pe-
Astor (offee vac 39 ? DAY 1-LB- 29 culiar sticking sensation remains in the throat, your doctor will k.
PAK COFFEEBAG probably want to have the vocal cords and laryngeal structures ex-
amined by a throat specialist or one skilled in the use of instruments
designed for deeper examination. There should be no fear, even if
Fabulous SudsLA cancer of the larynx is discovered because the cure"rate-if the ma-
Don't neglect those little
lignancy is found early enough-is quite high. The patient need not exemptions!
be doomed to a life of silence after surgery because with persistence,
Pk Ol
9. he may learn esophageal speech. In the interim, or as an alternative We carry a complete stock of the latest
R Ci E F A B Limit one with a $5.00 or .19f.fia ? an electronic larynx is available.By L lea

more Food Order quite far the advanced.time cough Periodic is apparent chest x.rays-at cancer of the the present lung is timearethe probably in baby supplies. I

.- W-D "BRANDED" FLAVORFUL $ best means of finding early-and operable-lung cancer. There
has been no striking change in lung cancer rates in women. Recent
studies however show that deaths from cancer of the lung are four
Chuck Roast LB. 49 to five times more frequent among women who are cigarette smokers
> than women who are non-smokers. Deaths due to cancer of the respiratory -
) -, system-the lungs, bronchi and larynx-are more than six I
f'' W-D "BRANDED" FULL CUT'y.,. times as high in men as in women. Wives should urge their husbands
to have regular chest x-rays. At the present time a survey by
:< the American Cancer Society is under way to find out if mass cytolo-
i Round Steak LB. 891 gical studies of sputum studies might prove to be a useful tool in discovering 114 BROADWAY PH. TI b- 2b21
lung cancer in symtomatic male smokers.It .
} FRESHLY is during the silent period of cancer that it is most susceptibleto
1 therapeutic attack with a substantial opportunity for definitive I

/ lbr cure. It is the carriers of such silent cancers which must be con- .." -- .
: ::2. Gr'nd Beef 3F. y$147nmlllllll cerned enough to be found in order to be given effective help. It is up ,- ". -
: I to all of us-patients and doctors both-to see if we can increasethe ,
three of lung who live five
..,.....,.,.. present percent cancer patients yearsto
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it known that one 155ft Chevrolet -
t4oordaD will be offered NOTICE OP INTENTION: TO ADOPT BCDGET"nit
-. for sale at Genes Garage 1115 N.
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W* Wire Flowers c"J: 421215 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES, In compliance with and by &uthrltyof
Chapter 376 Florida statute as am ftde4 aftd Chapter tim. Law of
Radio SALES SERVICE Weddhar", Fnnerals, Bonqnets Parks Furniture Co. NOTICE f TDKR FICTITIOUS Florida. WO.. that the Governing Hoard of Central. aad Southern
and Sf5CYPRESS A AM 13 STATUTE Florida Flood Control District, a public.corporation esistieg and operating -
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Ceramic Gifts. Potted Plants For Prompt Repair of Your IJ under and by virtue of the law of the State of FHnta. Interims
COMPLETE nOME FTRXIHUXCS REFRIGERATOR.Phone TO ALL WHOM IT to adopt the following tentatlre budget. ar lathe same mar fee attended.
T'V Ellie Httgh't FloristMrs. MAY CONCERNNOTICE: : for said District tot the fiscal: year beghiBtn July 1. iff and ending
FURNITURE.CO. TI 6-2171 days or [GARDENS IS HEREBY GIVE June 30. 1961.Estimated -
PARKS ( Boy C. Graves) that pursuant to the Fictitious amount to be raised by Dtstritt taxes S2.M7.MtM
Kissimm TI v-8579 Name Statute Section: SIS.09 of the .
St. CoW 207 Broadway Phone TI45tl nightsAJAX Ls Tax Assessor's Fee 7) M M
"'. J>KsrtUdi i .i.ss1, 1>S7 Florida. Statutes, the under-
signed who are the only parties Estimated net amount to be raised by District taxes _______$2. J4,.06
II31eUIp.U3psUIpSAND '.' interested in the hereinafter named General Revenue Fund ____________________.___________ TSM40W
business enterprise will present Estimated amount to be received from other sources ______ 15.Of .tO
Li GAZETTE ADVERTISING PAYS proof of b Co'hfC1: ; Notice estimated unobligated rr net balance which will be on hand
ROCK and register of the at the beginning Of the above referred to fiscal year ______
Xel PLUMBING Circuit Court of Osceola CountT
PLESESNE P MORTAR MIX Florida, the fictitious name 'RAIN; Estimated total funds available __________________-H..34.0 1.*
iLDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL. and INDUSTRIAL. L SUPPLY STEEL & BOW TRAILER PARK under For construction ____________________-_.._________.___ "I.G-Oe.< W
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 1 WIRE MESH which: they are engaged in business For acquisition of land and other purpose, 2.S12.CM
at U. S. Highway 17 and S3. 1 For operation and maintenance of the district's Works 1.504,1IL00For :
Licensed and Bonded Employment Agency k Lowest Prices in the Area" miles south of Kissimmee Osceola conduct of the attains of the District generally ________ 241.1SSM
FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS ." r PLUMBING FIXTURES County, Florida. For reserve .________________________-__________ l'.......0
II. 1 Dated at Kisslmmee. Florida. .
932 BRACE ST.GREEN'S f VISIT OUR ,this nth day of April. A. D 1961 Total estimated expenditures ------------__________ .' .......
f SURPLUS DEPARTMENT 1 JESS W. PARFREY Estimated amount which will appear at the beginning of
ELECTRIC"Where L PIPES AND FITTINGS FLORENCE; E. PARFRE1! the above referred to fiscal year aa obligated upon commitments -
4/21/28 5/5/12 _
made but Incomplete $ 700,000.00
v. 1131 West Church st. / That on the ?th day of May A.Ii.ii at nice dock a. m. i In the
OT1CB office of said Central and Southern Florid Flood
Quality Count FUELSales r Orlando_ Phone GA 1-7167 Florida, Livestock Board solicits trict.principal SOI Erernla Street West Palm Beach FlorMA, beari ngtwlllbe
[13 MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI 6.2981-. 7-2121, ...... .... ..... .............. i bids on back Issues of specified' afforded to all owners, persons, or t elrh.w.r.are or may be subjectto
NIGHT PHONE TI 6-5567 and Service scientific journals to be opened at said District taxes, their attorney or to appear before said
KISSIMMEETRAtiSITMIX 11:60 A.M.. May >, IS 69, in Us officesat Board and show their objections te said Budget.
Phone TI 6-2171 TI 6-7141 Kissimmee. Ha. further Information This Notice shall be published. In the eighteen counties of the District
can be obtained from Dr. in accordance with existing laws.
KISSIMMEEFor William L. SippeL Florida Live- This the 8th- day of April U6 .
Gu Delivery Phone FILL DIRT Phone TI 6-6671 stock Board Box 847 Kissimmee. CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL
[ Florida.
George Stroup TI 6-8014 FLORIDA LIVESTOCK BOARD By /_/ Jefferson Darts, Chairman
Tackle R. Davie TI 6-6903 etla.t C. L. Campbell. D.V.M. ( REAL )
Fishing It. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 Excavating State Veterinarian 4121/Z11 ATTEST:
/s/ G. E. bail Jr.
Clothing Jimnie Jett'erleaTW Secretary
2-2265 (St. Cloud) NOTICE I'XDER FICTITIOUS Member .f Board
JUNSMirniNG Olin ForeTI 0 AGRICO MANE STATLTE Riley 8. Miles, vice-chairman
and shoes For Gas Service, PhoneJ. David G Click
Robert Allen TI 6-3084 MAY CONCERN: Brian K. McCarty
7-2685 Nation's Leading Fertilizer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE t/U/1/JS
Your Dollar Buys,More At The Army StorEIII E. L. Dailey TI 6-7873 .18% NORMAL PHOSPHATE 'that pursuant to the "Fictitious;
R. H. Hall Name Statute Section 86509.
TW%2-6202 St.Cloud of
Thacker Are. at Oak St. .AA QUALITY GROUND
the 1967 Florida Statutes, the. undersigned -
ARMY SURPLUS STORE '. or call H T. Simmons Mrr. PHOSPHATE ROCK 'who is the only party;
: TI 6-27(1 Dump Trucks For Hire let our Ranch and Grove interested- the hereinafter named< Palm Beach Suits
J. business enterprise, will
M. Staako TI 6-2144 present
90il Alain St. -Kissimmee TI 65551ECONOWASH; Spreader Service apply fertilizer proof of publication of this Notice
and dolomite limestone., and register with the Clerk of the. 39.95 to s .coSHORE'S
Circuit Court of .
-- -- ---- see vs NOW FOR Osceola County
Florida the fictitious name of
Cerbin & Beiter NELSON REALTY MEN under MEN'S WEAR

.v SIIDJil Complete Automotive ,,iNClAtq Ranch and Grove at which,107 he Broadway is engaged, business FlorIda -

Dated at Kisslmmee Osceola
Repair Service Spreader Service County, Florida. this lIst day of
wSIUM ROAD SERVICEOpp. I )March A. D.. 1960.

.. .) No Laundry Bundle': !, Court House TI 6-2334 KISSIMMEE i I ./sW.. J 4/7/14/21/2 NELSON Putting in a Driveway??

FEED STORE i\ TilE rornr; OF THE
\J Too Large or Too Small PHONE TI 6-2821 COUSTY. FLORIDAIN
So ThriftyfToo} !__. {or foe best IETER Deceased.F, SCHUTT. ))


t ': 7 DARLINGTON AVE. Phone TI 7.2179 TI 6-8951
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that I have filed my final report as:
THE Administratrix of the Estate of
i' Peter P SChutt det"aesedthat: 1
have filed petition for final discharge -
Re-Elect ,> : and that I will apply to
Gazette Advertising, Pap the Honorable I O P Johnson County I
Judge of Osceola County. FlorIda
First Notional Bank -
RAY E. on the 1t anal i
for approval 1 of same and for
f discharge; as Admlnivtratrix of the<
.A Estate of Peter P. Schutt. deceased.
GREENSTATE This 24th day of March 1"0.

Administratrix of the
Estate of
< COMPTROLLER \ FLORIDAN. Peter P. Schutt deceased SEE-
Murray. Overstreet. Jr
for Experience-EfficlfitcrV.tceeiossy Ray Carroll.._.Pretiden; Lucile Squires....Asst Cashier INSTALLMENT Attorney for Administratrix
lid a-,.R L,..; AUTO Kissimmee Florida
John, E. CarrolL-xJExeeufiTe Vice President and 'Emma B.DIRECTORS Qnirk.AsstCashier 4/7/11/21/j 3 Harrelson; Steel;& Supply 1 Co., h1 c.'r .

$K feep; Florida Green Personal'Loan Officer Irlo Bronson N.Ray Carroll The First CH1HJKENS \VEA1"' _ft*-O-- r .

. U. S. Chapman..Vice President G.H.Prather Ellis F.Davis Nat'!Bank Birth through Sob-Teen : Culvert, Pipe of All Sizes: ,-**. .
IL O. .
Florence N. Story. Vita Pres. U.S.Chapman
U. S. Chapman, Jr_Cashier John E.Carroll of AS
KissimmeeMessber 'SOOE U Yo3 l fo'Layett. SOUTH 1792 Phone TI 72441
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Specialist.d .
Bath Depositor Insured! Up To 110,000 Balance. la.nraac Federal C.Deneslt rp. crsery F.rally.

Kissimmee' Friendly Bank

ire 'n efts

Boat trailers, horse trailers 1024 Kubl Ave. ..!."
and utility trailers Dixie Village

ROTHROCKSEPTIC Built and Repaired Orlando MONTHLY

Complete Mobile' INCOME


h. Culvert Tile for Driveways PAID MONTHLY CAPITAL
Old Orlandd Hwy. near Livestock they go together! RETURNED IN" FULL
Septic Tanks-a size for every need. Market.. Rt.}Box 58A WITHIN ONE YEAR

Cement Work-280 Gallon Grease Traps Kissiinmee ADD TO YOUR INCOME-
CLEAR fora 15 Years Experience. ALL LOANS ARE

K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator. SSCUR5

Located at Kiisinsmee Transit-Mix Co. :


PHONE TI 6-6671 Funeral Home

4t WRITE .
10 Emmett St..,
now, thousands of acres of OR CALL INFORMATION FOR FURTHER

unproductive land are being cleared AMBULANCESERVICE All F..4. Received BySlay
.",. ivea will
land BE WISEECONOMIZE- pay latrrmt free April JS': ..
and turned into profitable
LOAMS r.-? '< t Fl ritf*.f'1ifD'1 ts.
Insured Capital Corporation
ELECT DOYLE 1644 E. C,lo.H>I Dr. Crfaii4Ph.
Florida, the nation's fastest growing TI 6-3201 CH 1.2579

is for the future. _...J : ;
state, preparing Extra Quality Blocks Carl W. Riedel CONNERCOMMISSIONER vName

Land clearing for new forests new t I "
At No Extra Cost IL Coy Conrad OF Adslrns .........
groVe lands, new ranch l lands,housing I1LjL\\\ I City

sites and industrial.parks is now TI 6-4021 Foneral Directors AGRICULTUREa hene. .. -

going on ftrQVitout Gfifltrol Hori I a


c. 4jA. N. .... A'V.

Plan now td C3 afld t cttf land for PRODUCTS, INC. ::1

a profit.Call who uses Cater. a _r

pillar equipment L You'cari depend .
on him to do the best,job" and do it COMPLETE Y.

more economically. F \ FOOD ..".t J
SCAT CATERrtujUt fcTKAXCAVATO. ***C*ta $TtW Hearing Aid Service ; i milT \-BJG FREEZER' ::

TRADEMARKS cf< "'.t CATEKMtLAH TRACTOR. CO.'_ t : ... ---".-.!_---.-.. ... .--...

: jrjfs food whhin cosy reach!
and Supplies:for all makes i & models AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD!

JOS L. .

Factory Kissimmefe Trained Consultant and Monday available in St. Cloud Tuesday in .t ".:',: 1,! -J'J. .;[; Stores, AlmostfOCXKUNDKO $199t"A5! .

ROORLANDOa .Iit d .Pounds of,food

I y. C'.0 Evenings By Appointment ." ,
C ATERP ,'.- ,"' > PARTIN, JEWELERS .. ?*. Cloud

'2&-Yeonlcw-cmd Public

RISS2MMEE ST. CLOUD 5errhe J.2.r1cncoc



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8A The Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday, April 28 1960

I Bird Sanctuary Adds ;11.P4.1 'rI

Charm To The GardensBy

BETTY EBY However great plans are in the ,
Staff Writer making for the sanctuary. plan-
that include heaVy nlantinp i\* T
One of the most interestinr ,
spots to be formed in issimmee t-rubbery and trees! to provide> *. -
{ hideaway for the birds, a miniature
recently? is the bird sanctuary at
Orange Gardens. Primarily designed Bok tower, complete with
recorded concerts one hour a wa
as a haven for Florida'sfair
week. The pond will be completely
feathered friends it is rapidly -
encircled with flowers
next Sprine
becoming a spot where tie residents -
of Kusimmee head for re and a pier of J*oan se design will a
be built extending! over it.
laxation a spot where they can '"
sit and meditate and commune A Torn. entrance is planned with :....
I sirn to side describing the .
2 one "
with Situated God and just Catherine I bird life,painted in rold and Mack :< ..':. .',',' :':' ,, -
Japanese symbols with the English ,
Street the sanctuary is already a .
translation beside it. The pond .' -Z':. ;
shrub- "clf
with well
beauty spot will be stocked with fish and controlled SANCTUARY ADDS CHARM-A spot has been set aside in .
bery and trees surrounding a fishing will be allowed.. Orange Gardens for a beautiful park and bird sanctuary. This
small ond. A fountain is seen in which is established through
restful spot pictured above being
All of this is being made possible -
the middle of the park, a tributeto the sale of bird feed weather stations and bird feeders is designed
the late Frank D. Berlin, by through the sale of bird feeders for all of the residents of Kissimmee to enjoy, as well as the
Dr. and Mrs. George Beauchamp. seed and back yard weather Orange Gardena resident. (Photo by Cooper)
Attractive bird feeders are placedat stations being sold by individualsand *. *
., ,
various stores with all of the .
vantage points to attract the
profit roing into hte sanctuary
many birds to.the area. fund. While this is a community ; ; .
nroiect! much of the work has S -q Tq -afiT f
been stearheaded by Bert Collins r
., ,
,nd Ed Ladue, whose properties r. --** &l -- -
** <-2iV
*** S % .
adioin it. <***
I. They have kept,a record of the s

bird advantage that have of been their siwhted generosity taking -" .. M ,

fo far. They include tW lo"'-*"-
head shrike mockinbird crow
l-winged blackbird. muscovv
SHORE'S duck blue jay tree swallow chinning
sparrow, .m'adowlrc.' ] hummingbird -
English soarrow, fox --- -

Men's Wear sparrow. quail, nighthawk, glossy j .,
ibis, little preen heron, egret cam 9. x Al A --
.. kingbird cardinal ,
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FR E E1' BLUE GOOSE TINDS NEW HOME-One of the main attractionsat
the bird sanctuary in Orange Gardens u the Blue Goose which .
t has seemingly decided to make its home there with two Mus- ,'. \'1A" 1\-;: .
covy ducks.. A native of the far north it is shown here betweenthe \ r :1. .' '
'" ,
"" two ducks at its southern home. (Photo by Cooper) '. ...
;: : :

1 1 / t or Also the red-headed woodpecker CALL TI 6-5661 .

v 31 $150 flicker boat tailed grackle, Corsages, Potted Plants.By i11 .. I

V great ground blue dove heron; killdeer mourning seagull dove, Weddings.wire ELST we Funeral serve RAKER the .

Eastern towhee Florida towhee,
i unidentified hawk, belted kIng- Florist o ,,:);
r DiamondRing fisher, brown.thrasher and a blue ;.' .. .',,
1 : .
/ goose. ,New Antacid s ,
V Helps
most The goose It has arrived'created there the CalmStomach :.> .1',' p l I Ikt

some months ago and has made Nervesby
its home there with two muscovey .:-' '
This Is Your Last ChanceTO decks. A native of the far Northern >> adds mutraBztaig with unique MCM formula stomach ':ii- .r.:.::c;Tni :..
REGISTER FOR THE FREE climate, it has adjusted itselfto : .
Jumpy stomach? Chances :
DIAMOND RING.. hte warm Florida weather andis are It's caused by stomach I, : t." i
seemingly contented to stay at nerves irritated by excess i "
Drawing SAT., APR. 30 5 P. M. I. Orange Gardens and live off the acids.Amitone goes to work .
in seconds. Relief lasts ,
kindness of its residents.CHRISTIAN : ,i' < .
You do not hare to be present to win.Benton'8 longer. 24 tablets 49*. Try ; .
;lit today.Amitonee. ______ .J

110 Dakin Ave. (Brahman Inn ,
ITS FROM BENTON"S-rrS GUARANTEED" Services 11 .. : ;
Hotel) Sunday a.m. HUNT :BROS. ?
109 Broadway TI 6-3711 ouuuay School 9:30 a.m. :
.. .. _. Wed Night Services 8 p.m. Phone TI 6-2621 WITH OSCEOLA COUNTY AT HEART '; .
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',-= : :' 114 Broadway
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"..... ..:< .<.,., ..+? ,...$. $j. 4': v trA : h I 9 Osceola County Is Growing 'The Interstate Highway and Toll
;. .
<:';..:.:...rr.8.t,. : ; ::. :i:7.: OVER BA KCOUNTRYROADS AT 45 I Pike are coming and we will need connecting roads with these arterial -

.... : \..:.:'. WITH A SKY-HIGH LOAD OF TIMBER highways-and McCarty will do it,!

kj t .,

; or"J middleweight John McCarty's stand on another very important issue the Racial

,> Problem-is clear-and McCarty will do it!
shows the big rigs

%, 27 : Y{ how !it'5)) done! e John McCarty is acutely aware of the need for flood control in our

County-and McCarty will do it!

., e Tliafs a 6303jnedium-duty Chevrolet ,

V 'But there's powered su by e nothing a2S3-cu.-in.medium-VS. e John McCarty advocates closer relationship between the cities,

duty about te\ load. Mr. J. E. county and ,state to solve their mutual. I problems-and McCarty will
z Blankinship, logging
Y 4 Contractor, ays both of his do it'!
torsion-spring 6307 "mope along
at 40 to SO i ales per hour with
55JXX) r weight and,
< p a pounc. gross
ik .%.. maintain a 5 trip-a-day schedule
with no trout e at aJL"Figure the VOTE FOR111

4 t t '' ,. I money you si te when you've got
mcdtum-d truck that
a y can
:$j.X k. ;r cover 30,000 xick-country miles ahtonnage
year with a h load!

s atn We've never ien anything like the

r: m '- --- amount of pr se truck owners are
heaping on Levy's new torsion
t .. k J a w r A (. \,' l spring suspen ion. Owners like the
t fact the trucl handles a whole lot
easier, can me *e faster off the road
:-$ without bcatu g the driver to death
r y tM + and shaking 1 Ic e all the sheet metaL
s They like the ;ea of extra thousands .
of miles befoi trade-in! Drive H TO INSURE

i ,.t a new'GO experience.Chevy is once. It's a whole ,

: L Chevy m& ght average 2DQ miles
... x bock roods toy dogging timber vets
,,> : M tr 't cf the woods d delicfrtng it to the .
..a.a i----5 mil et CrossetWORTH t



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Building ProgramAll r i.: Transportation Double SessionsThe End oi Double SessionsThe

major building projects in Osceola'. .. '", You are being led to believe that the ;present adminstration is being accused development of the Highlands -
County within the past 12 years have l been> .County Superintendent can give you door. in a whispering campaign of forcing Elementary School will make it possible to '

recom to door bus service., The law reads" as "little children" into double sessions be- take all pupils off double sessions this fall.
follows: cause of bitterness growing out of the ,
Education survey committees. .y o.u l' :: "No state funds shall be paid for transportation proposed bond issue. This is the present plan of your County

school officials followed this procedure so of pupils whose\ homes are within two Permit me to state, as I have done pub- Board. Your County Board, acting on my

.......,,- that Osceola County could participate instate miles from the nearest appropriate school." licly on many occasions, that the bond recommendation, has approval from ,the
i school building funds. These 'state i 'The PRINCIPAL'S; RECORD AND issue did not leave your school officials state to borrow $40,000 which will be used

,h building priority regulations ,read* as 'fol' REPORT BOOK gives the following dir bitter. The revaluation, program will prove as matching funds for an equal amount

lows: ..'";-V:3fi'- & tion8 to" the principal l who must report one of the greatest blessings ever to be real- from the State. With these funds the con-
I : the'daily attendance of'transported pupils:
; ized
by the schools of Osceola County.
struction of this will be
i : project launched. .
transported la pupil'jlt
ft uMA pupil any
4 (a) Newischool sites and new classrooms"necessary expense who lives two or During the Jay-Cee public meetings regarding Then after the new funds become available
V' to provide',each: child with .a-:comfortable. more miles from :School by the nearest traveled the bond issue, I told the people that .
reasonably satisfactory t<< classroom, ..t.t". e.ra4tq(. r nteoTer'which: : 'he cod' walk to school or who our need for operating capital was equal-, under1 revaluation, the entire project: will ; .
;' i.. 30 pupils 9etolM4w6om
.- classrooms housed" tem harX.t>p!:-' Uncliac,, .... A Cf:.ffowr! ,.hifc-pupiri: homft from school ',. 'J r--' r We only need" to use common sense '1..; 'co d''not be started ear 1 ier because -t here'* } '
which are comfortable well )lighted;' tr.)f"vt 01i. _J=: o t td )pU84' tbt pupil may ide' the buS.f in a reasonable tax with "I" -
levy to
: : as agreed were no funds available. Even the borrowing = :
fated and otherwise suitable far, ctlit
Usc'A halt this distance (unless
;}" .lIttn )Less' the -
Board of
I rooms for a few years may' be 'con iaertd" '"*. ,\;fsJ f)b "
J satisfactory. .: :i'. ;"Cj n'6.:regardless: of distance MUST. charge of creating double sessionsout on the new tax roll.
N f <:t e4-.trailsportt- d7 of spite is one of the most dishonest

\ (b) Lunchooms, libraries, shops, J homemAjtf F.set .ral. li,; 'e. t's,'It Vas possible to charges of the campaign. On July 21,1959, ) -.1"'
rooms, science and physical .education-.iilui"'t K\V\ AA..U n S ;.transportation: to children your County Superintendent directed a : "'!.. ..J... f -.;< ,
I f } i irable distance from the letter to the churches in the '! '
and dressing rooms when necessary forfhe \Y)6) jt. ei'C5; vicinity of the
\ school program for which 'the school center 1i .: })b_.could l not :l>e"' claimed as Kissimmee Elementary School regarding 1't'. t L! t .
r. recommended as permanent center-ohithe'.bas! ranb 'nrt d'eldJ: di r .A As our school populat the use of church buildings for public MY PLATFORM:
is of a survey. Such facilities may be considered tlo ;.' ij ctt1i- b{ transportation in- school classrooms. Some of the churcheswe 1. The eduCAtional welfare of children Is s. sacred
L in Priority A when a complete new!schprfplant'; ,1i'eat Q '' trust I shs.ll continue to place the educational wel
$ bam fe; more"arid more difficult contacted had a joint meeting and they fare of your children In true perspective and above
is proposed for construction at one time'if, "r>recommended tlt' all other consideration I will not misrepresent the
the .tQ) prQYt U1te'sy rtation. decided against the use of their facilitiesfor .; truth concerning schools; neither will I at
basis the
on of a survey"i.. ;\i'. ; : ransp tempt to mislead people by making false claims
'.'.' \: "' ':.' t.,# 7 jo pi& available, penny into classroom with every courtesy, but were advised that 2. but I will continue to work for harmony In our schools.
of substandard but.usable'claaj- ; eye.ry will not endorse either an unworthy example
(c) Replacement or Inferior Instruction. Harmony at the expense of
rooms including temporary barracks',type.lwlld. cohstructiotij!, 'teachers' salaries and this action was taken because there was no S children. violates I the ethics of the teachlnr profession.
ings, ,and ..substandard but usable. heat: ing-and. 'Cl3&rQ6ni:8upbliei.l : ,I belieye that a care assurance that the school system could .,.hI right Tour and Board.a responsibility Trustee and to know Superintendent that your children havea .

lighting facilities. ,". >;, .- '':..>."." .. ., ful.'analysis pt: the' situation will convinceyou build classrooms within a short time. The ., ..=;;--'' 2. I will are continue getting to the use education my experience which Is and due under them.
.. .that this was he wise choice. churches also felt that this use of their ;5x" standing of the school problems of Oseoota County
: ,. -: Stated of Education facilities would curtail their activi- for uninterrupted progress In the development of
the school:
: "replace t The Department own program.
(d) New auxiliary facilities as listed in.'Btd\ ".
unsatisfactory but usable facilities.. issued a .,,bulletin} |n 1959 which' more specifically ties. Your school officials could not create .5 5 4. tax I am program.under commitment to work'for a reasonable ,,__.":,
\ d JS(5ribea the regulations govern- classrooms without financial resources. We .

(e)) Auditoriums and gymnasiums, ine county school. transportation systems, did not make children the victims of dou- 7'; '. r
arid music suites, and other desirable and, not. ana Voiir school l officials have tried to abide ble sessions willingly, but because that was "; : _Sis .'

absolutely. essential facilities., 'ty these. requirements.) the only recourse open to us.
I- .. .> I ,. .
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IJ Disharmony' ;:-$, < ; .In rnY:0IjinionI'You: ; the voters of'Osceola ((2)) I believe that, state law provides 'now in the process of preparing for an

a County,', should .examine the political the following: evaluation by visiting committee from

4A I: great deal is being said l'about rdiaIharmony. a t activities! of tiachersjiri terms, of their'professional "If a teacher is employed by an educational the Southern Association. This committee

1 Your School 'Trustees, School l...and'ethical l standards: agency or system that is partially supported by decides whether or not the school will be

"Board and Superintendent have tried to. .., ,. .. the state or county, he may actively campaignfor recommended for accreditation. I do not
I ,. his election to office. However
own a public ,
give you a program of good instruction in (t 1l){ The Teachers_ Code of Ethics as if he actively campaigned for the election of any- believe that the accreditation of the school
every classroom. We have had wonderful adopted ) the Florida Education Association one else to public office, he would be in violationof should, be jeopardized by the political activities -
cooperation from all teachers except a y the Florida Statutes." of teachers. I respectfully request

.small faction centered largely in Osceola ,in 1954,states. : that the teachers refrain from their con- ::

High School. Four years ago 'a disharmonY .-*f tf t fulfill i !!oblifatiop to the public I will... ((3)) One of the objectives of the South tinued political activities which might -
group created a similar situation.and. Tfrk|'Hii1ht'school to promote patti ern Association !()f Secondary ,Schools is cause the Osceola High School, at the expense -

,attempted to use the problem for'selfish.' M..' ,...Htic4 I ..'. or selfish' ptopaganda of any to: "Provide freedom from political inter of children, to lose its recognized '
gain. _C'' ference." The Os eola High School faculty standing with the Southern Association.
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2B The Kisstmmee Gazette Thursday, April 28!, 1960 Small Fiy To Boy Scouts Honor

i4-LI 0. 'C-Day Scheduled I Entertain Yacht Club,' ,, I Raymond Robishnw

Y 1.y + The Tohopekaliga Yatftfc Cfef. : Scouts of Troop ttl held a
44 Y will meet Monday, May tnt, t;,. ;ciag awayrtr for assistant
+ On April 28thPete 7:30 p.mwith the usual eevere scoutmaster, Raymond Robbhaw
6 eieo dish supper. This will be the fin at their weekly meeting Monday

y IJheJ x Hunt chairman of the'o f meeting since the meeting tim ight Rcbihaw, who has served::
has been changed frem the se 4. local $tf> for ataaoet two
.a a sri ? :ulcer Crusade for Kissimmee, Cub Scouts To Hold end Monday to the first Mend, t He was prteeotcd with a hand
M MOunted that plans for G'Da1tare of each month. .flfad neeketehief slide by Bruce
almost Complete: G-Day fox Pack Meeting\ The children of the memberswill Whftewotf, settler patrol leader.

Kissimmee and Osceola County A meeting of the Cub Scoutswas provide the entertainment fo. Refreshments were donated by
hu been set for Thursday evening held Thursday, April 21 when this meeting. This will include 2 Sir*. Herman UL .t and Mrs.
ABOUT ELECTION PARTIESI April 28th. This is the evening
plans were made for a summer baton solo by Jan Davis panto- George BastRebfehaw

think it is a healthy thing, this sponsoring of an election partyat i: do a that door-to-door volunteer: campaign workers will for Cub program.It mime by Kathy and Dennis Me- a technician with the

the Community House next Tuesday night by the Kiwanis Club. 2 2r I he American Cancer Society, dis- was also announced that a Cpllum, baton duet by Beverrj I USAF is being transferred to
It not only will be an informative and social get-together, but it will ____ ributing educational material and Kissimmee Highlands Den will be Littlefield and Jane Ann Trap. Omaha, Nebraska.Box .
dance Davis claim
bring back: a part of an American tradition that has gone to pot in Accepting contributions which will formed soon.Several tap by Lynn ,
recent years. applications to join the duet by Barbara Childers and Di
I tz aid cancer research. However, cubs have been received, but they ane Partin modern jan dance! b\
The Kiwanians will have blackboards private wire telephones a Hunt pointed out that some volunteers cannot "be accepted until the par- Frances Gale, impersonations b>
courtesy of Charlie Dixon and the Florida Telephone Corpora- will not make their visits ents of the applicants show inter- Heidi and Betty Riggs, song b>
tion-television acts, runners and page, plus coffee, sausages and } on Thursday evening but will contact est in the program. RogCi- Purcell, awordian; solo b.
pancakes-all the trimmings of a wonderful evening. each home not later than The April Cub Pack meeting for Carol Gavalas, baton solo by Lynn
That is for everyone except, perhaps, the candidates themselves.Tom Sunday, May 1st. boys and parents will be held Davis and a tap dance by Frances -
Bumby the citrusman and former county commissioner I Sn Persons who have volunteered Thursday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m. Gale.
told Pete Lucas and Bin Boyd that Deputy Fred LiUlefield and the areas which they will at the Methodist Educational An overnight cruise has bee
tried to sell him a ticket to the election party."I cover for the American Cancer Building. planned for this week end, Apn
told Fred I was a little afraid to buy.a ticket for a meaL" Crusade are as follows: Dellwood 30-May L Boats will leave th.

: Tom drawled" "'cause things may turn out so I would be too aick Park Mrs. Wilbur Block, Mrs. Over $210 Million\ municipal ramps at 2 p.m. Saint .
-to eat. :; 4k Guatav Lurie, and Mrs. Brine day for Grape Hammock. Cookini
'Tom was joshing, of course, and will be there, as should most Thogmartin; Kissimmee Highlands In Projects Under Way and camping facilities are up }o -
of the other citizens of the community. Will have A husband and Over $210 million in road and the individual Office Opens 2:15---:
I remember when I was a youngster the newspaper back wife team of volunteers who are Saturdays and Sundays
bridge construction
home used to hold an election party every time there was one, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gazier, Mr. projects were
and back in those day people took their politics seriously. It and Mrs. Harry Rose, }Ir. and March, according to a monthly New Cub Den FormedAt THUR. FRIDAY

and was television back when few still people scientific could afford telephones or radio acts t, Mrs. Clyde Bland and Mr. and progress William report B. Killian issued yesterdayby chairman Lake CecileA April 28-29

was a theory. COUNTY SPELLING CHAMPION-Peggy Armstrong, left, and Mrs. Roy Bay; Canterbury Terrace of the State Road Board.
. Everybody in the county who could find transportation came to new cub den has been wel-
Effie Chitwood were named champs in the Osceola County Spelling Mrs. T. L. Quirk, Mrs. Ken- '
town on election nights to find out how the In addition to the 210920.262 comed into the Kissimmee Boy
voting went.
Be held St. Cloud.
Tuesday at Peggy 7th Caldwell
a grader, was declared neth Mrs. Raymond A SKY HORROR 200 MILLION
. Back in 1936 I was just a kid and what happened stands out champion and Effie, an 8th grader, was runner-up. (Photo by Franklin and Mrs. Lynwood Lupo in projects already under con- Scout program,, '
:vividly in my mind. FDR was in his second term fight with Republican Boudreanx) ; struction, Chairman Killian- said Members of the new den number \ YEARS OLD f fl
Alf Landon. if if Orange Gardens Mrs. Gustav that bids were received for ?o,390, 3 ,who meet at Lpke Cecile \ \ hurtte* '
;' A crowd of people was milling around the newspaper office Bacharach and bras. James Mac'Cowan 167 in new construction. '. each Wednesday are Mrs. Joe \\ \ down 4..
* and out front the sidewalk of ; Fish Lake, .Mrs Malvin During the month contracts tvA
on most them rabid fans for the Lombardy, den mother, Sonny t.rr.ri:.
Democratic candidate. A boy named Dink Kirkman walked into Osceola High Girls Samuel; Lake Cecile Park, Mrs. were formally executed .for road Lombardy, Mike Moore, Brow I. tn. a
the middle of the crowd wearing well-worn overall and a moonshine Joe Lombard!; Harvey Homes construction totalling $11,298,030, Weber Pete Varty, Charlie Berlin, worldtS'
section Mrs. Jimmy Cox and Mrs.
flow. while work completed and accepted Bobby McKissic and Tommy Davis.
.- He raised his arms and looked skyward. W. Plylar; Vine, Royal, Palmway, by the Department in the.per*- .
: "Hooray for Landon!" he shouted. Win Spelling 'Bee Bay, Mrs. Stanley Bass Mrs. Bert led amounted to $6,240,787.J. ,

. About that time some FDa partisan reached in his overall pocket Tindall, Mrs. W. J. Barber. Mrs. Rolfe Davis of Orlando, Road Little Miss Susan Simmons,
:and took out a cobwebbed shine bottle and pole-axed Dink. -He sank Erie Boris aril Mrs. Wendell Board member for District; :.rive;: daughter of Mr. and ,Mrs. Dick
to the sidewalk and the FDR. man melted into the crowd. Two junior high school students pionship.Mrs. Ketchum; Lakeshore Boulevard, reported that construction under Simmons of Winter Park, was the
Seven years later Dink was in the same contingent of drafteesas from Osceola High School copped Maybe e Hall Jr., wife of Mrs. Lyle Ribley; New York-Ma=; 61 contracts in the 12 counties guest this week of her grandparents -
I, going to Ft Bragg for the Induction physical.; top honors In.the Sentinel-Star Judge Alex Hall Jr.,_ was ',r i- i pIe section, Mrs. }Bob Zamarra; comprising this district accounted Mr .and Mrs. Henry Sim.mons. -
I was accepted, fortunately or unfortunately, but Dink was Osceola County Spelling Bee Tuesday nouncer for the Bee. It was ui- Boggy Creek section, Miss Hester for $39,583,796 of the state total. .
turned down. He was still addled from that lick for Landon. at St. Cloud High School vided into two parts-a 73-word I Smith; Main and Church, Mrs.
Yess-sir people used to take their politics more seriously. Peggie Armstrong. 7th grader, written examination and 10 round Bob Berlinsky; Finley-Ahna section -
, was declared champion and Effie brat bee.Peggte. Mrs. Henry Ramsey; Em- Most Osceola Countians know me-. 3 3t

;:John McCarty\ Asks Tom Adams Selected Chitwood, 8th grader, runnerup, and Effie will receive mett, Hughey, Bryan section, Mrs.
by Spelling Bee Director Gordon gold loving cups as county cham- Sylvia Brackett Miss Jeanette
:For Ballots To Outstanding Member\ McDonald. pion and runnerup when they at- Gaines and Mrs. Edgar Padgett. but we are growing and, ,my back- l 1tJ

:;Boost Candidacy Of Florida HouseTom Over 50.students participatedin tend the District Bee in Orlandoon Jack Perkins, chairman of the ;/il"/
the 85-word bee from over the May 5 to compete for the Merchants Gift Committee an- ground is included here for study
: John )t. McCarty, candidatefor Adams of Orange Park, county. Peggie :Spelled 79 of the Central Florida Spelling Bee nounced that letters have been IIostItmfJ/ IJII.Otht
: governor, called upon the pea selected by his colleagues as "the words correctly to .win the cnam- Championship. sent to each merchant in Kissimmee m\1\ lIIit tw.szW 1il ad 111
,pIe of Florida today to utilize the most outstanding member of the and contributions are comingin by citizens I haven't had the honorof

;'ballot box Tuesday to blast the Legislature" in 1959 and concededby Doyle Conner Hancock Says Conner very well. R.0 rnD'' \ AN'' ::11
"big money interests who are tryIng most newspapers to be the Eddie Densmore, chairman of \ w
to buy their candidates the leading candidate for Secretaryof Cites RecordRep. "Great Question Mark"W. container distribution said that meeting personally. THE FLYING MONSTER
;governorship." State, said today that his cam- containers have been distributedto

. McCarty, who has waged his paign had been gaining tremen- Doyle Conner, winding up R (Buster) Hancock, candi- every business place in Kissim A native Floridian Ihave tri t',TECHNICOLOR
:campaign on a pledge to be a dous momentum in all areas of his whirlwind statewide campaignfor date for state commissioner of lived in Osceola

."people's governor not a poli- the state. Commissioner of Agriculturethis agriculture, called one of his op- mee.The Yellow Cab Company of County since 1924.1 was -Also-
'tician's governor," said that "it Senator Adams said he wzs par- week in Duval, HilIsborougn ponents in the race, "the Great Kissimmee has volunteered to pick ' apparent from the amount of ticularly impressed with the support and Dade Counties, declared -mis Question Mark." up contributions Thursday evening ; in service two years, one lid I iit:1J- _
money spent on this campaign by he ,is receiving from counties important Cabinet Post demands a Speaking to members of the for the Cancer Crusade. Anyone 1 spent overseas in World ITS WAVOt/r1'
:several! candidates, that they are on the lower east coast including man with proven performance, Tampa Junior Chamber of Commerce who wishes ttf Sehd their contribution War I. I am a member '
'getting funds from big money 'alm Beaejiy! Broward -and Dade tested temperament and dedicated Hancock aimed his verbal in by taxi ,may do so by and past commander f
:'interests. The people, however, are Counties.Mf&nd in the Pinellas- dignity." blast ,t former House Speaker calling Tilden 7-2222, Thursday, 'and. past district commander 1J0h14'
.not going to be fooled. They Hillsborough County area. Conner cited his 10 year legislative Doyle Connor. April 28th, Hunt said. ,-\:i : of the Veteransof O

know that 'big money means I record in the House of tiepre- "My opponent from Starke has Dorothy Silas Allen has accepted Foreign Wars, mem- ,
'.'special interests' and commitments Farris sentatives as proven performanceand distinquished himself in the houseof the chairmanship for the colored ber and Past Commander -
Bryant Speaks
of expected favors. his service{ as Speaker ot me representatives as the 'Great area for Kissimmee Her volunteers er the American Le- :
. The Fort Pierce candidate said Out Against Cuba House and as chairman of numer- Question Mark," Hancock said. will be announced later. gion, a member of the
that he has made no commitments ous committees, including tae "His record of hesitation, inde- '
Farris Bryant, candidate for Remember, the ,est cancer in- First Methodist Church
: to anyone. House Committee on Agriculture, cision and ineffectiveness is established GOl'iSAT.
. Governor, declared in a Thursdaj' surance is the periodic health ex- Masonic Lodge, Shrine,
"I have waged this election campaign of his leadership temper- nbt his Votes but by
as proof by
night telecast in Miami that, the amination before symtoms develop Odd Fellows, the Senior
on issues, McCarty said. ament for this office. "Certainlythe the time he did not vote. It's
Cuban government-"a beachhead In addition, everyone should and Junior Chambersof e w qA5 REED CM Wf CUKTOS
."I presented a point-by-point program dignified type of campaign 1 amazing how consistently he was SrsD5 SIEalti CHUCK BUB
of Communism in the Western know the seven 'common danger Commerce. I
' not a campaign platform have conducted clearly indicates Inconsistent-or absent. ; once led
175 million which
!-but a work program of Flor.ida's Hemisphere"-is taking that I the to Hancock said Conner had failedto signals. may mean cancer p the largest troop of uni- APR.
. needs dollars annually ".out of the pocx- possess dignity serveon 1.. Any sore that does not heal 30
to the people. The ets of the people of Florida." Florida's cabinet," Conner said. vote on more than 240 bills of 2. A lump or thickening, in the : formed Boy Scouts in
:people who have :read this work
.1 Florida I
state-wide importance with Co
Bryant said the looting to sup- breast or elsewhere. 3. Unusual
know where
.program;'every issue." I stand on port this "pro Communist regxae- Leading Papers record of any. excused absences. bleeding)) or discharge. 4. Any W. E. "ED" POUNb played: semi-profession* I. n Q'N iR'11Qt. .
: lies in the field of. the sugar in- Endorse "Cioud Door Meeting"Hancock change in a wart or mole. 5. Per- al baseball. \\ \\ r '
"I feel the voter today is much CandidateJes said his opponent did ,1
too intelligent to be fooled by the dustry. sistent indigestion or difficulty in I have worked in County Offices for "
introduce many years '
not major legisla 5x5B
"Do know that there is any swallowing. 6. Persistent hoarse-
:big money campaigning," the for- you Yarborough, candidate for tion in the 1959 session of the and feel I am well qualified by age and experience 'for 111: I
in Florida .
ness 7.
today a industry cough. change G e
sugar said or Any this otpatE
"ran Circuit Court Judge said. I Florida Secretary of State, the office.I .
that produces worth two "except reappor- normal bowel habits. c NNwttlNUltE
. sugar \
"The voter today expects candi- yesterday that he has becu indorsed \
hundred million dollars annuallyten tionment compromise, which came Guard family-fight
dates to discuss Issues-and that by'nine out of eleven your cancer .1\\
.Is what I have tried to do.McCartT ." do times!" as much asked.if allowedto newspapers' which have recommended meeting.out of "a midnight, closed-door with a check-up and a check. promise to always give honest, capable lUAlso .
campaign trips to men for the office.. that had votedto
;put forth his "work program".have Charging Conner; For better iced fruit drinks, and courteous service.
Childson Yarborough back-from a schools My
. carried him into every one CitesSegregation Just destroy the public by make a syrup with sugar and wa- i
of Florida's 67 counties, as he in Schools swing through central Florida ana closing them, Hancock added: ter, equal parts, boil for eight past experience is
: the Panhandle, said that the papers "Pawn of Lobbyists""In proven.
.pledged he would do prior to the minutes and store in refrigerator.
campaign. IL IL (Hal) Childson, candidate which have endorsed him ate: : 1957 his record shows he .1--------

". "I feel my work program for for State Superintendent of The Miami Herald, The Miami was the pawn of the small loan '
.Florida is one that will let our Public Instruction cites as a plankin News, St. Petersburg Times, lobbyists. As a speaker of the "DON'T BE MISLED -
.!tate forge ahead with greater his platform-we shall main- Tampa Tribune, Ft Myers News- house he was not required to vote p Q "'
:progress than we have ever tain complete segregation In at Press Polk County Democrat except to break a tie, but the record t y
.JconwH," McCarty said. public schools: in our sta;. An (Bartow), The Lake Wales- aews. ;hews he jumped at. the O VOTE FOR OLD ED"
ether plank in his ten plank plat- The Daily Highlander (Lake chanie to support the money SUN. MON. TUES.

' form is waste and overlapping Wales) and the Winter Haven Chahfers. He voted for a bill, Sen- May 1-2-3
. Watch Kissimmee GROW! departments shall be cut out News-Chief. REELECT .
ate BJl 48 and 49), that increasedthe .:. .
mall loan ceiling from $3 Leesburg Chamber, Sets to $100. This same bin reducedthe
KISSIMMEE DRIVE 2 Ml. 0. interest W. E. "Ed" POUND
-IN HWY. IfaFRIDAYSATURDAY Watermelon Feast slighuy-from 42 per
cent to 36 cent annuallyleavitg
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APRIL 2'-30 The Leesburg Chamber of Commerce Florida with one' of the
"THE WILD AND THE INNOCENT" will held the annual :Ftonoa highest small loan interest rates Osceola County HOME

"JACK THE RIPPER" Watermelon Festival on May 6, in tt e nation. Who was dictating KIN .
complete with parades, beauty to hi a? The lobbyists, naturally. : FROM THE
SUNDAY. -3IONDAY MAY 1-2 contests and contests of all kinds Tax CollectorSubject
highlighted by a demonstration 1) t
"30 FT.. BRIDE OF CANDY. ROCK" of precision. flying by the United Murray\ States Candidacyon flIIS9R

TUES. WED. THURS. a. MAT 3-1-5 States Air Porte Tbundersiras". CALL ORLANDO COUICECH. .to the Democratic Primary, Tuesday, May 3rd
"THE NUN'S STORY" The event has been stages *.ftoo J. Murray, of:at Pe- 1-3322 YOUR MUCHUMPARKERGBMEHAtUTON
"THEY CAME FROM CORDURA" nually for 32 years arid the scene: tersh u-g, is a candidate, for coomitti SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATEDPaid PEPPMD

'. ... this year for the event win W (man of the DemocraticPart ( Political AdYerusemrntj EWREUSEOME IUWIA PATUHt4
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Myron Cohen, the silk salesmanwho The Kiaslmmw Gazette Thursday, April 23, 1960 Page 3D

Out This World Series : turned comic quotes a conversation Boy Scouts Attend District
Of ;" between two garment Camporee I
Orange JottingsANNA center business men who met dur-
: '>.. '. ing their lunch hour. One of them Thirty-two scouts and leadersof I Ronald Hartley, Donald Hunter'
,, By says "I just spent a two-weeks Troop 291 attended the Tohope !Jame Kervin Gerald MacDonald
: :.,''''- vacation at Pallum Springs." District Camporee held at Bear Ross Murkley Pat Murphy, Eddy
''' J. REYNOLDS "Speak English for a change Island last week end. Troop 291 Odum Donald McClard. .
the other fellow says.: "You mean Also David Parker, David Mao;
\ Palm Springs." was named by the camporee com Donald, Gary Stills. Ronald Walls,
j ( --.",- -- -- -- "You're right," the first one mittee as one of the high scoring Mike. Whitewolf Joe Woodward
9AXidz The Hobby'Show held last Friday Dr. and Mrs. George Beanch- says. "It was my error. I had it troops at the camporee and were Ronald York Jess Kibler Corky
confused with Pallum Beach. presented a blue ribbon. Parker, assistant scoutmasters
afternoon in the Orange Gar- amp have gone for a trip to
dens Community Building under Washington, D. C. A small boy came home one Competition was based on Ray Robishaw and R. O. Collins
z evening with $30 after selling camping and cooking skills. Over and scoutmaster Craig Belt
the of tile Orange
; auspices Mr. Mrs.
and Forrest Field are magazine subscriptions."How 800 Orange and Osceola County
.. rK \ dens Civic Association and Gar- expecting to move into their new customers did scouts and their leaden were in
( x irz den Club gave a very practical home on 1616 Janet St. within thE many attendance. Favors CompetitionArgus
have to go to in order to make
can -
what be accomplished
example of next few days.
Kissimmee scouts and leaders
all this proud
: by cooperation and unselfish Mr. and Mrs. Henry Szankiew- asked attending were: Herman Luke Laird candidate for<
effort on the part of individual fez have moved into their "I sold all the subscriptions tone Bruce Whitewolf, Robert Lawson, Secretary of State said in an-
citizens of a co munitr. on 1632 Orange Blvd. A hearty man. ," the boy said. "His dog Tom Metzger Hal Aldrich Mibe nouncing his platform he is in
A conservative estimate indicates welcome is extended to them and bit Bast, Richard Blevins, Ray Cody favor of competition and free enterprise -
that from 350 to 400 persons at- other newly arrived residents of Richard Collins Jrfme Dailey in the ''management of
'.;< -< tended the affair during the after- the Gardens. I James Flanagan the state's business"
..... h:>>::fj[ Joe Bateman
fill It noon and evening. There were so Governor Collins
up. The Orange Gardens branch of
interesting and unusual ex-
many hibits that it was difficult to fully the Needlework Guild is one of Proclaims "Law Day" I
appreciate them in one visit. The the newer activities that have BEFORE YOU -
committee who organized the affair been inaugurated in the Gardens. Governor LeRoy Collins has issued -
and all those who contributedto The objective of the Guild is to from the State Capitol a
provide new articles of clothingfor SEE GEORGE
the success of the show deserve proclamation naming'Sunday, May
a hearty vote of thanks.. As persons in care of various 1 Law Day throughout Florida.
usual however the folks in the welfare agencies. Further infor- "The purpose of Law Day: QualityAll
Gardens are not content to rest mation concerning this worth U.S.A. is to foster an abiding
on past: successes but are plan- while project can be obtained by respect for law which is essentialin r The WayIn
.. contacting Mrs. Gustave Bacha- [5 )
ning for a better and bigger showin a free society the ;;;:-'er- ii!
the near future. Undoubtedly rach at 1705 Oak St, TI 7-2351. nor stated in his proclamation. A
who did not have There was a man who asked His followed a similar proclamation -
I.1i many articles persons on display realized after his psychiatrist if he could marryan issued by president i REYNOLDS' Custota HOMEBuilt
F i seeing the show last week that octopus. Dwight D. Eisenhower proclaiming Built
= S of "No you can't" the doctor said. for the third year May i raw
they, too, have various objects right to last longer. Will do remodeling.
art or handicraft which could well "Next question. Day 0.S.A. Both leaders reminded -
have ben placed on exhibit and "H w can I get rid of eight en- citizens that in all of our private ALL WORK AND MATERIALS GUARANTEED .
stead for gagement rings?" the patient and public affairs Americansare '
which will stand in good FHA and Conventional Financing.
: the next hobby s'aow. So let us asked. safeguarded by laws of therr
then there For complete service, call
all be thinking about what we And was the Hindu own making administered t>y planning
can do to make the next one even fakir who bit his nails. Twice a courts in which the rights of citizens GEORGE REYNOLDS TI '.U66
more successful and interesting month he had to buy a new bed. are equal.

.!'., .- "Fill It up!" and thus keep up the reputationof a
':.. the Gardens as being one of
: the most active and interesting .
"retirement" communities in this

-- area Mrs.! Hilton Ladson and son,. W. B. ((BILL STEPHENS
Master James Ladson, of Mary-
....... :: land who were visitors of Dr. and

Mrs. 1L H. Ladson for,the Easter
-- 1- holidays were guests of honor at
-- a party given by MrS Rose and .

., Mrs. Calloway in tae home of Mr.
,: tMgit and Mrs. Rose on Orange Blvd.
Thursday evening April 21, before ;
their departure for home ASKS YOUR SUPPORT

early Friday morning.
.. tilli'r Mrs. Grace M. Carman from
Springfield, Mass visited Mr., and
Mrs. Erford Woods of George
Street a few days last week on M ;
her return from St. Petersburg to MAY 3rd : .
Ormond Beach where she has been :
spending several weeks.
"'-, Sunday guests at the Wood's t
home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold ;
Rice from Holly Hill Fla. They FOR THE .
r i 3.vva;; W\ were amazed at the growth of ;. ;
Orange Gardens since their for- ,
1 rr mer visit. t. ":: :

Miss Clara Edge of Sanford ,-
"Fill It r _
up ... ,....... was a guest of Miss Roena Edge
.; ,.,, the week end.":r '"'';' : '" A ..- OFF18E)" -- OF ', ,
''": > '" during past ',:1 "- '' -, ,- -. ... -, ,_).";; .
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Magnolia Circle >E Doss won eight, blue ribbons seven Continues ClassesThe mil )Meet Friday. Has Easter Program

red three yellow'and two Lay Apoatolate Group of The Fellowship Sunday School The Kisftimmee Friendship Club
white with her entries in the the Holy' Redeemer Parish of Kis- Class of the Church of the Nazarene held its monthly luncheon meet-

show.It S, } simmee and the fit. Thomas Parish will hold its monthly cuss ing at the Tropical Hotel with
Studies Entries : was voted to have Elizabeth y nf of St Cloud will hold their arty; at the tome of Mr. and the 'theme being the Easter Sea

; Dillard employ someone to workon regular Monday night discussion -Irs. Otto Milbcm 712 West Vine son."First *
the club project at the Mary classes at the Parish Hall in Kissimmee'durfn'g Street* Friday at 7:30 pjn. Name Friends" and "My
Bryan School. the month of May Members and friend of the Aunt's Easter Bonnet".were read
The meeting of the Magnolia Hartley, who read the poem,11
Circle of the Kissimmee Garden "More Than This." Mrs. Alma Hetherington introduced at 730 pan. AU members of the class are urged to attend. Mrs.Lena ,by Mrs. Newton Olson. The group .
Betty Schmidt vice presi- parishes invited to attend.Dr. B. West is teacher of the then joined in singing Easter
Club was held Monday night, Two visitors from the Conway ,
who in a John Rao is in of Class. by Mrs. John
April 18, at the Lester hey home, Garden Club Mrs. Myrtice Pharr' dent of the Rose Circle charge songs accompanied
turn Introduced the following who the discussion group. Canon law, MeLellan pianist.
with Mrs. Eva Doss serving as and Mrs. Cecile King, were pres-
hostess. took part in the flower show. and the sacrament of marriageare Family Reunion At New Friends welcomed to the

The social hour was held and ent.During the business meeting the Each brought her arrangement as under discussion now. Simmons HomeMr. club were Mrs. Grace Manfield of
she had made it for the show and Cannon Massachusetts, Mrs. OrinR.
dessert course served before the president Miss Marilyn Dietrich, '
arranged it according to thejudce'a '.M rA and Mrs. R. Jackson Hayden of Massachusetts, Mrs.:
business meeting which was opened gave report on the recent con- ,h Wesleyan Guild To mons were hosts at their Alligator
with devotions by Mary I vention and also on the flower criticisms. Orin It. Hayden of Massachusetts,
Lessie Burton showed her entry a Meet Monday Night Lake home on Sunday for a Ota Sarback St. Cloud Mrs.
in Class 1, Line Squall, and The Wesleyan Service Guild of reunion of members of the Sim- Francis Land,on, Maryland and
THE MILK THAT GIVES YOU took out flowers to improve it. the First Methodist Church will mons family. Mrs. Ann Cook of Illinois.
Della Samuel showed her Class fl' H tt, meet Monday May 2 at 8 p.m. at Those attending from St. Cloud
MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 3 entry Hurricane Warning and ?;: > the home of Mrs. Alma Hether- were Mr. and Mrs. Ed McDonald, Jean Keene Feted
explained that it was not judged GOLDEN WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. George ington. Ur. and Mrs. Hardy Simmons,
r because it had fallen and touchedthe Wright Kissimmee will celebrate their 50th anniversary on Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson will conduct Mr. and Mrs. Walton Simmons At Bridal Shower
ra o sides of the niche which was May 2nd. They lire at the Kissimmee Motor Court. Wright will the devotional and pledge Mike and Oscur, Mrs. Herdie : Miss Jean Keene whose mar-
Wte .knm.ktr* make H.4 against the rules. also observe his 71st birthday on the same date. (Photo by Cooper) service. Godwin and Connie Godwin, Mr. riage to Joseph lannuci will be an
tIeIlan M M far ae m>l.. showed Class 6 Mrs. Joe and children
mar* why T.5. LM milk .toth Mary Rogers a Miss Helen Bass will be co- and Spotz event of May 15th, was honoredat
f*_i" .. Central Ftorida.tor entry Fair and Warmer replac- hostess. All members are urgedto Edward Smith and Donald Rush. a bridal shower Monday nightat
.( milk m aN* wen vita ewhs ing six small flowers with one Wright Celebrate attend. From Kissimmee family members Hart Memorial Library.
was wi.rala. fee4 uao. large blossom to improve it. Bet- and guests included Mr. and Hostesses were Mrs. Ken New
Val TIMrw' wars fw saw ty Metzger, in Class 8, Changeable Mrs. Ralph Yates and sons Henry
sap M every MUte w cart. Legion Auxiliary man, Mrs. James feather, Mrs.
Weather shortened the side and Ralph Ed, Mrs. Eleanor Dym-
l. Larry Keene and Miss Pat Bran-
lines according to ssuggestions by Golden Anniversary Appoints Delegates I mek, Pam and Gary, Mrs. Eifie s denberg.A .
a the judges. The American Legion Auxiliary Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Sonny color scheme of-green and
AT IEIEST Eighteen members were' present F to Makinson-Carson Post 10 Redgrave, Mr. and Mrs. Robert white was carried out in the re-
1 Mr. and Mrs. George L. Wrightof Wright's Standard Service in Kis- : elected the following delegates to I Crowell and Johnny, Mr. and Mrs. tractive .ttranfj.nunts and refreshments -
oy AeTITAN Kissimmee will celebrate their simmee. They are members of the the Constitutional Conference at Henry Simmons and Miss Leslie and the honor guest:
; First Methodist Church. Leesburg May 1st Jennie Phil Mann.
Methodist ChoirEntertained Golden Wedding Anniversary on was presented with a corsage cf
May 2nd. They were married 50 Wright is a member of the Masonic lips Louise Prentice, Helen Shel- Others attending were Mr. and carnations.
Friday years ago in Montrose, Mich., and Lodge and his wife was an horn and Betty McGowan. Mrs. "Simmons and ,son Nel-
RERUIitSD ITAtII Dp moved to Kissimmee in 1957. Eastern Star before moving to Alternates are Fern Brown, son, Tallahassee; Miss Judy Clark, Bride-Elect HonoredA
V Mr.\ and Mrs. Eb Jones enter- Wright owned and operated a Kissimmee. His hobby is fishing. Mamie Boris and Thersa Bright. Cocoa; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie
....., tained the members of the Chan- 40 acre farm in Montrose before They live in a beautiful new four Registration time is 8:30 a.m. Campbell and chit ren and Mrs. miscellaneous calling showerwas
..r ,... 1 cel Choir of the First Methodist coming here. He was in the building room trailer at Kissimmee Motor to 9 a.m. May 1st at Venetian Leo Rose, Orlando; Mrs. Bob held at the home of Mrs.
Church at their home Friday business in Kissimmee until Court. They decided to live in Kis- Gardens in Leesburg. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Lynn Lupo Friday night honoring
night. recently. They have one son, Jim, simmee after spending a winter Clark and children, Tampa. Miss Claudia Banks whose mar.
yQ The guests included Rev. Henry who owns and operates Jim here 13 years ago. Mrs. Roy NashEntertained The day was spent in recount- riage to Bill Burton will be an
Guy, Mrs. O. S. Thacker, Mrs. ing events of the past year, in event of May 27th.
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Gaylord Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. -- "'"-"' 2 a .aA.' 3F Y CouncilThe plans for future reunions, and in The bride's chosen colors of
W. 0. Weber, Mr. and Mrs. AU Women's Council of the enjoying the bountiful table of yellow, white and beige were carried .
bert Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Charles First Christian Church met at good food supplied for the oecasion. out in the decorations and
haluat Hawk, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eby the home of Mrs. Roy Nash with r refreshments

LOOK FOR IT AT TOUR 0ROCR'aOR Mrs. G. Danford. Mrs. Dorothy Burrows as co-host- iz
CALL, roa MOMB DELIVERY, Also Mr. and Mrs. Stanley An-
thony, Wilfred Hinchcliffe, Mr. ess.Mrs.. Amelia Keck the de
For Home Delivery: Phone TI 7-2595 and Mrs. Harold Hall, Uly Chap- Y 4 + votions using as her topic "The
man and Stewart Chapman.ELLIOTT'S .
Worth of A Woman"
The business meeting was conducted
by Mrs. :Marie Samuel .
GROCERY STORESTWO president A report from the Ver-
non Brothers was read.
Delicious refreshments were
STORES TO SERVE YOUNo. served to the following: Mmes.
Keck Samuel Emma Chitwood
1-831 Palm Way. Ph. TI 6-6333 O No. 2-720 Bermuda. Ph. TI 6-8622 Ada Whitesitt, jennie Phillips, r ASIGERATIONsilent

OPEN MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. FRIDAY TIL 9 & SAT. TILL 10 P. M Eugene Simmons Garnet Hilde-
tidle Julius Smith, Devoy Kes- /
FLAVORFUL ler George McGowan and Neil Modern refrigeration is
Romack. I tops Servel Gas refiigeratlcto
is absolutely silent .'last
CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY-Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rist Past Noble GrandsTo longer (h10 moving parts) .
CHUCK TEAK Ib 55c will celebrate their Golden Wedding on May 4th. Since they will automatic 1ce-maker with no
be leaving on a plane trip on that day a reception has been Meet ThursdayThe mussy. fussy ice trays con:
or .. in their honor for Sunday May 1st when all friendsare stant supply of Ice. Gas refrigeration
planned Club
: ". Past Noble Grands
service In any
TRY 'EM BARBECUED! ; ': invited to attend. (Pohto by Cooper) Lodgewill provides
of the Kissimmee 'Rebekah
,.. weather 30-year warranty
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meet Thursday April
Cut one inch thick '. ,' t
8 p.m. at the home of Mae ..' "
To Celebrate Baker, 307' East Vine Street .. .Q n'
.. Couple


FRESH AVe wish to express our deepappreciation I
50th for the many act
AnniversaryMr. of kindness shown u. during
the Illness and at the pxRMlntc
GOOD HEAVY of our loved one. We wish to
thank Rev. Henry Guy Dr. H.
RfCi and Mrs. Edward Rist of she made contains 4,000 hand-sewn P. Amos our friends and neigh-
the staff the Klnslm-
bore lot
BEEFSTEAK 556 Broadway will celebrate their pieces. mee Hospital employees of the PARKS FURNITURE CO. I
lb. /Hf! Golden Wedding Anniversary on City Grissom.of .Klsatmraev. and the
4th when they will fly to
Historian To THE FAMILY OF S VR\I1
with their Speak
Conneaut Ohio to be ELIZABETH PETERSON -
GOOD HEAVY BEEFCHUCK family. On Pioneer FloridaDr.

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Open house will be held here on f qr "" Mo.- """"' ''''''''''''''''' T --- --0.1
May 1st at their home on Broad- Chrlton W. Tebeau, chair-
ROAST Ib. 49c way from 2 to 5 p.m. when the man of the History Department
couple will be honored at a recep- of the University of Miami, will
tion. All friends and neighbors are be guest speaker at the meetingof .r

U. S No. POTATOES 10 Ibs 5<3cRegular invited to attend. the Osceola County Historical.
Mr. and Mrs. Rist have livedin Society at the Hart Memorial Library + r'I
the 12 on Tuesday, May 3rd, at aA; YyRx
Kissimmee for past
8 p.m. ,
Grind (with $5 order) Save on Golden, Ripe years. Dr. Tebeau has been affiliated
They were married in Conneaut, with the University of Miami
TRUPAK COFFEEBANANAS Ohio on May 4th, 1910. They since 1939. He is a past presidentof :
hare three daughters, Mrs. John the Florida Historical Society

.:-: ..; ;:=: tOe Ib Logue, Mrs. Oscar Punknar and and has,edited Tequesta the journal I S
Ib 3ft c.. .- "J _4 Mrs. George Somppi of Conneaut, of the Historical Associationof ,
: : f" and; one son, Robert Chicago, Southern Florida since 1946. I
't,i Fresh Green Ill.. Another son, Paul, is deceased. He has two books on the southwest \ L'
TRUPAK MILK : ? -- Thev have nine grandchildren. A coast of Florida, the Choko-
_; CABBAGE5c bigj:reception is being planned for loskee Bay Country, and Florida's .
theta' by their children in Con- Last Frontier, the history of Col- S S.
3 tall cans 39c : ; ; Ib nea t. lier County.He .
Edward Rist was employed by will speak on these two sub- ,
'.' the 1}Nickel Plate Railroad for 32 jects, illustrating his lecture with
years. They are members of the slides. He will also report on the s
Prices in this Ad COOl Thursday noon; Through Saturday Closing. Assembly of God Church and attend Minnie Moore Willson papers
l Calvary Chapel here. Mrs. which are now a part of the University
We will cut to order 'any Mgt of Beet you want U it Isn't in our show cases. Ri* enjoys sewing and crocheting Library collection. t t i1. 5

for her hobby, One quilt that The public is invited to attend.

Carol Ann Dawkins
WEEK Feted At Party

.Miss Carol Ann Dawkins, a r
28 MAY 7Hardware '
member of the graduating class .
of Osceola High School for 1960,
Housewares and PatElectrical was honored with a party Thurs
: : day when Mrs. William Driver en. _
tertained at Cody's Lake Bryan

and Supplies ; Cottage.
Plumbing : The evening was spent with !
swimming and dancing and a scp Last years winner has won again
per. The class colors of red and
_, ':, .:. : : orations and the class flower the LOOK AT THOSE BEAUTIFULLY PROPORTIONED LINES AND YOU'LL KNOW WHYI
-," ''? ,''- ,: red rose was used in the center

.. ',' : ', piece. Within one rear from introduction, the Ford ThunderUitT own V-8 engine. _
_. 5 The guests included. A r. a Gal the Thunderbird of the low-price field. And for I960, Gakxie ha more room for six
Schnell,' Judy Hughey, Carollee lias become: the worlds best-celling series. For passenger than ejrer.before! .
41OI f4f Bryan, Pat Taylor, Elicacan 1960 it is even more sensational. Yet, aft-new aadifepnt: as the Calaxie is, it
i ,Williams Linda Nash, Kuta Sus- Inside and out, in mlc and luxury, the Itilll sports! slow Ford price tae. So take a tip
AU Sales All Sales senberger, Jane Geiser Diana Galaxk is unmistakably Tfrandrrbtrd. from aQ America. Come test-drive the 1960.
Cockerille, Sue Hansell Zee Dailey )- For power you can have the"lightning"of the Calaxie-the bcrt-aeSing car in the world.

Brenda Beatty, Linda Kay
Cash Cash Skinner Janice Samuel, Judy Wa Come tee the Wonderful New World of Fords at your Ford Dealer's TsrL r_
rJ ten, Judy Johnson.
if ,
Also Hubert Tarcai Byron Hile- \ s. J
.. e. .
man, T m Muskett, Joe Dodd, Ed i1 rOD-n.r f ".1iI-- ---4e rr am 'W)-. .w""irr w.way e.

Farmer Billy.Quirk, Mike Cain, f. ,
Rikki Driver, Buddy Hawkins. AUTREY MOTOR CO.

Charles Eby, Jerry Locke, .nmmy:
: ,Galloway, Johnnie Born, Dwight Tour ford Dealer Since 2922

OSCEOLA HARDWARE CI 1 Horn Pat ,Driver.Bill Haxton Betty Johnny Driver'Dryer Mrs. 307-9'Broadway-Phone TI fr-3501 Kissinunee .*

Lucile' Dawkins, Harold Moorman .-See<"FORD STA mlF" living color Tuesdays OA N C-TV- ..
and Mi. and lira. William Driver.

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TAX COLLECTOR School Board Candidates COUNTY COMMISSIONER\ DIST. 3 'Mae Kissimmee Gazette, Thursday April 2S, 1960 Pate SB


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Expected To Vote > J a

Florida's May 3 Democratic While I considerable apathy o k. ,
primary will attract between 900 among voters has been reported
000 and 1,000,000 voters, State Gray said that intense arsp.n< k
Sec. R. A. Gray forecast last Ing and publicity during the next c yr 1a
week. week would sharpen interestby a'R r
The estimate is somewha; n z&- May 3. :
er than some of the candidates "I base my, forecast largely on i
for statewide office have teen the fact that current registration v
predicting. $ lists hare been stripped of the
Gray made his prediction\ aftera deadwood through purging and it
record registration of approxi- U almost altogether a live :-:Z.s-
mately 11 million Democrats was tration list" he said.
indicated. -. -MIn the past the registration, 1

. COUNTY COMMISSIONER\ DISTRICT. :..._ I 3. 11 :: Uiggt A-._


Negro registration totaled 2W-
128, also a record. In 19oO :.'10
t fn 1 Negro registration totaled 137-

4my 535.In
1956, a total of 840,083 Democrats -
turned out for the pn ary
i r, ( in which LeRoy Collins won the
t 5ri
I .r goTerncrship nomination over five
I i 9 opponents. The Democratic reg'j-
tration that year! : was \&;;::&,
i iI I h[ i it j
d M ih& Old 1'ne4;

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; TLuther (Pete) Lamer j'!j- .ft * 922 white*and*Negro* *Republnaiis. America"One thing on the that more the

The figures showed 1,481,455 15,979 independents for a to;*: 01 "
laek of parking
r white and Negro Democrats; 265- 1,763,426. It was a record regis- space.

= CANDIDATE FOR # f ..._.._..__....___'__8


s CommissionerDistrict 2ttI" -. ... 9 imeFlorida's


%n Lr
life long resident of Osceola County

4 Married\ the former MisS Sarah Cain.
Newspapers Agree .
'<... We have one son, Dale. Son of Mr. and Mrs.\ Will .
,, Lanier of Campbell Station. Have two sisters, Mrs.\ Leo :
'Y., < 4 Barber of Campbell Station .and Mrs.\ Frank. Kritz. of t- FARR1S BRYANT IS BEST
""'--:-...- Kissimmee Park. -

A '1"'< It has been a'life long ambition to serve this QUALIFIED FOR GOVERNOR

elected, I will stand strong for The tabulation of registrantsfor TALLAHASSEE CAPITOL POST ST. PETERSBURG TIMES <.. .
A sound Flood Control Program * the May primaries was com "farris Bryant proved h.has all the necessIdeations qua?. 'Bryant can .. trtftUa to elo what Is IIts"Tot
A sound Welfare Program for'the Aged and Needy.mffi; figures have not been eimrely pleted,by the secretary ot state'i tl, .. to make Fierlda an excellent aovernM." l tgh,.r",cq,,-" "Bryant b CCHI,.,_." fwthrtjW.mrf .
the School Board in to have'better / ;-' office afternoon wt.en sincor.. consht.Ntr..nho.rlyht; tide. ,?!':
I will cooperate with every way possible, 'accurate because they contained, yesterday MIAMI DAILY NEWS .
schools. *r;' the last county, Santa Rosa,' reported *Th. newsmen ef lh. stars who Covered the MIAMI HERALD .
names of persons who had died. its figures. legislature considered Bryant the most abl.legislator "At Speaker of the Hovte, Bryant's Iea I. honest enthusiastic and have the interest of our County at heart. .
am .
moved ,
or away. : In Florida." ability stood auf perhaps as much as any'Speaker
t" IF ELECTED MAY 3RD Gray said the big field in the STATE CANDIDATEErnest In Florida history." ,
I will serve the County to the best of my ability. governor's race plus cabinet contests ORLANDO SENTINEL TAMPA TRIBUNE
"On. of the best qualified men tn Florida for In*
Your Support \V"illBe Greatly Appreciated. and a large number of scat- efRce of Governor Is Farris Bryant of Ocala." "Bryant Is able end brilliant...O not sWent o tCjovtmment.
tered local races would swell the .
H. has an inlellTgent and compreheaIve -
(Paid Political Advertisement) turnout. ,k. grasp ef the state's proalsmt."
Speaker of the House, Ferris Bryant, demonstraleJremarkable
ability and fairness la presiding aver SANFORD HERALD ,

that body. "Bryant l is one ef the most cbte men ever to serve
BRADENTON HERALD In lb. k. .;sIatur.." .
The record shows that the 1953 House, fa -"Ida''
4 o- Bryant served as Speaker, was the only an* in DAYTONA BEACH JOURNAL"Bryant
recent history to reverse the trend ef i increasing. works at government will uftaordilW1"
In all 8 Counties of (rate expenses." -' talent and *

I ,11 ... "Modi comment here about the masferfwt rnasn.rwith ,
: which has
\ ; Speaker Farris Bryant presided

= (Orange, Seminole r Osceola, Brevard, St. Lucie, ;'.: : over the Hevse."

Martini;.Indian. Ri\ei; Okeechobee) .

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VOTE TO KEEP a 1j1E.1j1E.; -

I ,. E. Collins. Tallahassee .
insurance man and stock broker

i .. .. is one of four persons seekingthe
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4SYOURCIRCUITJUDCE : post cf secretary of state .pr.i.w.. ...a Y M w.sw.t.7.r .
s.e. in the Democratic: primary next r..YM iP
A native of. Georgia,
: Tuesday, ;
"" "" jO < ,
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>f Collins has lived in
.;) : W.. A. PATTISHALIir
1944.<< lie is married and
has four children. 10:00-10:30: Ch. 9 WLOF-TV 10:00-10:30: : Ch.. 6 WDBO-TV

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tl. UNCAN V. (MAC)

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f' (Judges not participating)" (: t .
These! Osceol County Lawyers
-i : McFARLANDi .

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Edward BrlBsen .
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.,..Ellis JMavis. _._.- _" _. __ __ -__ u__.. .___. ___.... ___-,_._' ._ -- "-'---'-- '
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1 i Alexander D. Hall Jr..
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.. : .: '_,. JPhUli Kelley .. ,, ''11' n.. .. y"#IIv .- ;.' ,. ./.> .. '. .' ,. DISTRICT 2: .
-jIIII" ,
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.,, '<. #,* : '. (Murray W. Overstreet, Jr.H' .-.,..t.-;" "

,... ;,"' .: ,. t: 5* .. : ..;.' Jess.W. ThacKer. -. _,%."Ii'i! -- .'....' } .DUNCAN: M.FARIUOT_ Subject To May 3 Primary

+ '_. ,<. -..:. .' .ttJ: ....".... ,.. ,' ...<. ; Omer S. .Thaltker1.1': {- .;

Russell er
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i : _' practice before him ,
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1'JJ4 Pot Adv. by campaign Trtaur Julian JC Dominick "(PaM IYll/feel Adrertls meat) .


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6D The Kiftsiinmte Gazette Tbnrwlay.Aprf123.19G0OPENING


To express our.thanks to you folks in this area ior coming out to see us last week-end is hard to do. We

are very grateful for your acceptance oS our store and sincerely hope we can continue to be oi service

to you in the coming years. To show our appreciation we continuing our Grand Opening Sale two

more days, Friday and Saturday Open til 10:00: P.M.

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COMPLETE <, Foam 3 2$Tables PC.Pe.Chair Dinette Sofa Cushions Suite, ..;i, R 0 0 M S 0 00 S S : i(', '

_r .
; $27.55DOWN
2 Lamps > .:.a
..4 PC.Bedroom PAYMENT,
Si)SO per month
Box Spring & .
Mattress ?t. T
'2 Lamps Boudoir '...- ..:.
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.' OPEN 111 I L 1 10:00: 0 0 P. M. THUR F FRI I SAT

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.Mirror floss
O 2 PC.Sofa Suite .Large Chest WITH I A SELECTION OF FURNI-
Chair Foam Cushions in .Bookcase Bed ,,. TURE NEVER BEFORE SEEN IN
..2 End Tables 00 ..Box,Spring THIS AREA AT PRICES AND TERMS
Mattress u1I
Coffee Table ;
,- H. \
2 Lamps "'; s 2 Pillows EVERYONE CAN AFFORD.
.2 Pillows .2 Boudoir Lamps, Choice of
.1 Ash Stand FinishesLaundry Shop In Air-Conditioned Comfort

1 1I I
9xazLinoleum 50 it. CASH IF YOU Sofia Boudoir Bunk
Garden I HAVE IT-- Beds
Basket PillowsCOMPLETE Lamps
Rug Hose

4SS 9S. 98- NEED THEM. 98 188[ ea S888

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Compare ss For these three days every Appli- 218
'Anywhere. ..,. 59 ance in the store will be sold at :
At Complete extra Leaf, "with trade"price whether or not
$80.00 ',", -.': with Legs '..-available in 4 colors you have an old appliance.
0 Foam Rubber Cushions
Nylon Covers i



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Dickinson Confident As Voting Time Nears i "We need a positive policy of the Kuaimmce Gazette, Thursday April 28, 1960 Page 7B

and stated
planning action,
p. '
Senator Fred 0- (Bad) Ihin-. toriaf con test" s'i: ', Sharpe "because the county is r
f candidate fr Governor has '"1 have U
zone personally talked growing at a rapid rate ana it
expressed a solid conviction that more people in cities-'and towns : will take positive action to meet BILL SEZ: "We have everything in the world for the

next Tuesday's voting will result from Key West to Pensacola than these growth changes as Hey Building Trade. .

in a victory tor him and a any other candidate" Dickinson occur, not two or three years a-
place in the runoff election. said. ter." )

Dickinson, on evidence collected "Better schools can be had BUILDING HARDWARE ,.'

across the state following each'of MORE CAPERS THAN METERS only" said Sharpe, "as a result of ."

his many recent "walkathons""and the combined, cooperative effortof putronD'sBUILDING '

teletalks", predicted that hw. People spend daily 'more M everyone-the school board, toe .

vote would be a heavy one, "and a their newspaper?-13.4: million people of the county, the school SUPPLIESWe

distinct surprise to the so-called II than is collected daily from ail staff, and the superintenden: of
'front-runners' in this guberna. the parking meters in the country. tl A/ "
public instruction. give TV Stamps willuall Cash Purchases

BRIDAL SItOWERt ;.. 8r a WEBBING? The American Legion Auxiliary "

We hare private rooms for your special parties and we will hold a rummage sale Saturday GAZETTE ADVERTISING PAYS
love to cater to them. May 7th. on Broadway nextto

SNYDER'SBUTCH King's Realty.


Eating In The True Pennsylvania Dutch Tradition

Full Course Dinners *- Platters Seafoods t RESOLUTION! PRECINCT NO. ::5tKI..I Margaret G. ::'rt\\'efaOd. 1(.
__ Bowman and *
WHEREAS under the provisionsof
Sandwiches Steaks and Chops the law governing: Primary Polling Place: City Fire Station. PKRCIXCT. 11
Elections It is the duty of the Clerk: Steve R. Neher. I St. Clean>
HOMEMADE PIES HOMEMADE SOUPS Board of County Commissioner to Inspectors: Theodore E. Bowen Polllnr Place: St. Cloud Millwork -
Owned! and .operated by Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Snyder appoint Officials of the several M. Jane Putrh. Ralph J. Horse. IZth Street.and Supply. Grape Ave and
Yeelneti within the County, and Charles E. Hess. Catherine HelenMears
WE ARE CLOSED MONDAYS Open 7 ajn. to 8:30 p.m. elect the Polling Places; : Frelda IX Best. Julia W. Clerk: Fred B. Kenney.
BE IT RESOLVED MonelU and Roy C. Graves. Inspectors: T. Alfred Frledrlch.
Tuesdays through Saturdays. Open Sundays 11 iura. to 8:30 .
pan Robert
'" BY THE BOARD OF COUNTT PRECINCT :SO. 0 Logan Ellis Ix>nle N. Sim-
Hwy. 441 betweeh St. Cloud and : COMMISSIONERS OF OSCEOUA. 1 Klaal..te) mons. Gloria B. Tyson and Sadie
""' 'GIve' Matrii5treet.;?' Polling Place: Smith Growers M. Fryman.
'5 .. to : COUNTY. FLORIDA that the tol-
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lowing named persons qualified Packing House East Vine Street.
electors of the County, be and they Clerk: Edward Newton. UUUpaw)
are hereby appointed, as Cleric and Inspectors: Charles C. Partln. Pollln. Place: Southerland'
Inspectors respectively for each Carrie W. Tindall Butler. Eloise Filling Ktttlon.
srte of the Election Precincts, to serve McLain. Mary A. Romack J. Clifford Clerk: Thomas W. Southerland.
as such at the First Primary Election Chapman and Sara B. John Inspectors: Emory C. Davis,
"'2 16 be field on the third day of son. Menda. R Hilt Ida E. Tynes and
:. Ruby Blankenshtp. and Lena M.
D. 11160, with the followingPoling PRECINCT SO. T
t Drew.
; :,'.;. places: IKl..lrr.e) PRECINCT SO.! 13
; PRECINCT SO. 1 Polling Place: Youth Center. Lake iKrMuvlllr)
(Lake Wilson) Front. Polling I Place: Holcomb's Old
rolling Place: George Hancock'sHome. Clerk: Oscar Lee Partln. Post Office Building.Clerk .
Inspectors: Eb M. Jon... J. Adrian : Glenn R. Balsden.
Clerk:: George G. Hancock.Inspector's Bovl*. Thelma Clara Colombo.. Inspectors: Minor L. MeLanxh
: Robert G. Goodman. Herbert E. Chit wood. Mary C. lln, Kate K. Stevens. Ellen M. Ren-
.10 a Vera E. Toenail and James A. Johnston Betty P. McQowan and tson and Constance Lanl r.
Irene Fornes.
Jones. PRECINCT SO. 14
? :\ PRECINCT XO. 2 PRECIXCT 3fO.' 8 4Nsee.:-. ....,)
u' le Creek) 81. Clad Place: Chamber of Com
('a. J ; Polling Place m"OIVul
Polling dace Old : Gllpen Roofing; .
: Community
r m. House. Building 1117 California Ave. Clerk: Georgia H. IfcDougle.
.... .."It Clerk: Joe H. Barber.
..- Clerk: Carl Spence. Inspectors: Clifford H. SackhofT,
-." Inspectors: Charles W. St. Clair; Inspectors: Harry A. Wheaton W. J. Brack. H4a W. Strickland.:
.: .W N ti, Firman J. Wright, and Clarence Fred Battery Clarence E. gchnel Irene A. Chishoim and Mary Bat-
der, Lance E. Bass. Robert S. Me-
y j ti41 t1 {ti + e t Earl BewU.rREn Haton and Harold Utlpen.PHECISCT ton.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEtX
thatS Ilal a tri '?ON CT XO. a : >O. tI that the foregoing list of PoUln
t (Campbell Ht tloB) St. Pilling Place: Wlllard Drown' Polllnir Place: V. }o. W. HalL the various Election Precincts be
Ga New York Ave. In r. lance with Sec.
1i11t Cl Fk; Willard Brown. Clerk: Lawrence Wheeler.. rUbUllhed. mp Statutes. In the
Inspectors: Harold I* Toung. Inspectors: Henry J. Erlckaon Kisslmmee Gasttte and the St.
hidden John T. Crocker. Ruth Streetman, Wlnnlfred E. Luthge. Ruth H. Watson Cloud News, local of general
TI"L' Murray Dronson and Itary Mae Elisabeth O. Hense{. Julia circulation ltrree Countyof
r r Hughes. Vickers Onrrance, Emily L. )Ie- Oeft>Ola.
Z PRKttXCT HO. 4 Manus, Margaret B. Hood. Lena Dated this llth day of April
roof leakCANT e Place: Sinclair Service and Mary E. persons.PRKCI.MT / / OREX BROWN
Station, los South rmuda.Cl..k SO. 10 Chairman of tee Board of
: Kenneth C. Smith. Ult. Clad) County Commissioners
'.} Inspectors: Hulln Snyder. Thomas Polling Place: Community House. ATTEST:
HIDE FROM US. K. Lee Frank J. Kelley, Merle Clerk: Donald Prickett. /./ Glenn Ray
H. Patrick. Olive 1* Bronwon. Marvin Inspectors: Ralph G. Chamber. Clerk of the Board of
lain Amy O. Sullivan Etelka B. Ctantv Commissioners
and we'll find it for you .FREE' Drlggers and Jennie R. Pjle. Stephenson Pauline .'. Chlsholm. ( SEAL )

Don't wait until a roof leak breaks out in .
stained ceilings and loosened plaster. Don't SAMPLE 5
wait until it digsdeep into your; pocketfcoofc.Let BALLOT.u ... S ...

us'take a look. If your roof is tight;the hubuetiona to Voten
glad news won't cost you a penny. If ifs ofrtciAC tAUOT 0fftCIAL IALLOT orrlpst 14U.OT
already rotting its way into view,.'oull be : 8 red aaa tsar tunl-ft. DEMoaAnc DEMoaATJC UPUBUCAN

mighty lucky to find out now. does Stephen E. Sharpe ;lI am CImIIS I ==: : PllMAIT ILICTIOfC PilloWY ILICTIOM PtIIoWY SUCTION

CALL Telephone TI 7-2371 as t3! :=:s tames > n I!asmal!!! T....,.Mw J. ttu T....,.AL, >J..vNI T......Mar J.vise

AND WE'LL COME IM..-s m! 111I ants Ur.. o..r f-: (h.a. i.r: 0-.11 C.rrtes
4 n.w n.+r
Reviews Platform
: Wai JLaMGALF.. 'o tIce..N55515101 c.t: o.r te 1 1
BASS : Kist 100sl mat .
Stephen E. Sharpe. candidatefor I VVe need a comprehensive and 0-1 -

LICEN E.D.OriDED'- I Superintendent of Instructionfor well planned building program," Fer Gre.a ./.. ...... JMicW CiN.. --.. w.. ilL 't

or. -!..*.* '-,,;.,'Nf A H, ,V' '" ,-_::-J,4L: 'l : Osceola County, cites the following ; said Sharpe. "one that will meet (\.... _-Onot I IIIIBI. 1 t&JtIIU&L dI.
108; South Bermuda '".Phone recommendations for the critical needs immediately brine t
: : TIi .. ,.-MeyorofKieeimmee."ut& nJ: -'...", -..r, "-.o I Improvement. of schools: J oar'schools up to modern! standards .- '.' "\ .. --1_,; ,. .. J" t-"i-IITUI' '". 1 ,. ..' 'j .. '.ec f IIII J
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and keep our schools grow* nnJI, ....I<.J .. .. .
II ing as the county' grows. The -
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schools constructed under this slaa d naIu,1L iI -9fF.r d
program. should' be designed to '
NOW I It's Here! New Exclusive/ grow ,as the pupil population --- a e.a i.e a dsMm ,
choice oftIllttlOUO '
I a grows with these schools placed at d sLTna e\

HEALTH CENTER'.1 nearly as possible, in the centers -

of maximum growth," Sharpe re --iIL J sols

ported. N.. twOnot, i = _
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to improve .

r I "er afo in our schools because a narrow ....... .,. 'lo. ..', sr/IIIUIIY. .ti J JIcCOI'I A. J .
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course of study cannot possiblymeet < -. '. .
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MARK the needs of the' majorityof r. L e. "edL :: '.
Male j ''SalF J
." the chillren, Sharpe pointed .

:. by SPRING 1 AIR. out."We .. --,.. -t.. L' j' -w .
need a program to keep ; ltlafa. J.

::: ,.00. ;; Only foam rubber mattress with the stated the public schools"and informed are this doing should about," be Sharpe what doneon lVtwo..t -.ii J -t:;: J .

'oil 4 exclusive comfort features ,
sleep a continuous basis in order .
that the public help in the K a 1 a. ;" ..
CXCIOS1VEI! Revwsible-with two degrees f firmness-firm on nfe. job of getting better schools." r .' WUIIIII&II't. \ WIOINiI tw \ &<;.-'

:\ side extra-firm on the other He said "We need to reduce the c. ': : i:'
"HEALTH EXCLUSIVE! Smooth foam rubber top on both sides rate of teacher turnover in our, : d I.ut' J {
CENTER No" b o..t
EXCIBSIVE! Famous"Heaftfe; Cent'construction .
school system and in order for a .
CUSTOM I xe\' EXCIBJ1VE! Complete sir-flow ventilation teacher to reach his peak of effi L ay.. J ; F. t -. .:<'
e mW d tsmlS. ,. -
ciency he must know the community .
flow iviilable 2 \ fi the greeted loam robber .... We;. and be acquainted w:.b j..C'_ ;...... ::
custom length sins: mattress fanprovtment is i 10 sp : .,' I w.a M.1'I "r& .
standard length or 6 years! ft revcnibie. with 2 -'.e the children- and the parents "but ,. tae .;. .-
extra inches fonger-for .; : degrees si fro aen. and VM this is virtoclly impossible with'high a -- -

extra comfort-it $\#** fee us ftst Plus the 6< ..,, rate of turnover" Sharpe :-:- tv0tttJ.. -ale J lUll c.w= J ": ,"
extra cast!Hearth r Spring A>"Health tent.*for ported. >> : .
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t when 70J5 of JOUr ? IIt body weight rests.Come wCsmpbts M l ". ;
Net $ ei7ne1t wit .
more .
Bes. a Fer Sex. TM.w ,
weight Belp'aadama'sk _
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ticking.Ventilators .. than inost of us, know all :
... rests Std MatMu S19.50 the political candidates 1. a atC ;
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$uscJrrsi Ii Sp .g ?7t.s6!:. 3 ..thefrpuMid records, :
$7950 SHs S$9.00 experience and programs. J .:0. J j !

$eIi t.df> M.tsobliKHrfxt Naswe They are quick to .. ....... sad P-&c IMai.s '-----'--.--,- a. tI
Paq or Twig SU* co"'ft ond l...B>.. recognize such qualities = -t
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Mod txd mv.V for Spring Air .+aMw.d b integrity jwl courage.It .. .. .,. .

Firestone c aaerl Mq is s significant that the Q1f1ITr'. ..Ta f.a.d.. t IL./arU w. a Yro. i ;"'
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candidate for Governor ( b Orr! ad d ,

f 1f that leads all others in
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' a endorsement by ..f.p.rewd..r.5P.tS.l..sdi.s mm d SI rNebfv. J .sF ..

Florida's newspapers is .

t HEALTH-CENTER". '.. IMr: EXTPALENGTY DoyleE. Carlton, Jr. _b o..t J-er.%.- 1. J .
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t Serving the People of Osceola County Clerk of tile Circuit Court
i FUJtHlTUltE CO. ._ a4 Ki-Offlclo Clerk and<

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Page SD The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday! April 28. 1960
HAPPY IN ADOPTED CITY "their son Raphael, they were hap :Meanwhile the lonely girl who .
py to have audience with Pope arrived in St. Cloud as a brid4
Pius 'XII. The tour also included many years ago,' said recently.
Native Of Mexico sight-seeing by automobile in "Now St. Cloud is my home. 1
' France. Portugal Switzerland, am a part of the town-a sort : Ralph ShoreTheoretically .
Spain and England. of fixture. I keep so busy with
Loves Florida Home Her hobby and love of music church and civic affairs that time
L sN brings: pleasure not only to herself never hangs heavy on my ha 1ds." ,. I
I but to others, for she plays the When asked what was her main a r
piano and sings. For interest she said "In whateveris .
many yean
By ALMA HETHERINGTONA Cloud. She is past president of f ;
she has been in the choir of St. for
good St. Cloud-my home
the American Legion Auxiliaryand ;
St. Cloud matron who is so also of Frederick Funston i it .r Thomas Catholic Church. town." t ( I

firmly established in her home USWV Auxiliary. She was local ., }
town that she doesn't like to thinkof T 1
chairman .of the recent Red Cross .
living any other place, looks drive. :>
back with a touch of humor to
A native of the state of Tabasco around .
the time when she arrived as a '>
Mexico, as a child Amparo Su- a .:<-'
bride 27 years ; xi Y. nit ,
mohano went to a private schoolin i ....",'
Mrs. Amparo S. Athey in I Frontara, now called Alvar
speaking of those days, said, "I. Obregon, on the Gulf of Mexico. 1 >'.
was so lonely and everything, With her family she moved to Stt11 Cloud !
seemed so strange and different.: New Orleans in 1925, where she 1Ksot I
I had lived several years in New, lived for almost nine years. Her ..
Orleans before Dr. Athey and I one brother and two of her sisters
were married, and before that I By ALMA HETHERINGTON
: still live in Mexico City, and one
had lived in my native Mexico." I sister lives in Wilmington, DeL
Now her days are so filled with -
In New Orleans she met Dr.
work for her church and community MRS. AMPARO S. ATHEY7f
that she never has time to Charles Athey a graduate of --L many interesting things she experienced while in Washington at the
be lonely. She is completing hei Western Reserve University in I IT recent White Housee Conference on Children and Youth Louise Het-
and often then the Seacrest homeat
family came to callAfter we bought
third year as president of the Cleveland, Ohio who was at the I 230 tinger said one stands out particularly....This was on Sunday when C S ri
his transfer back to Pro- Carolina Ave. I have lived
Catholic Women's Club of St. time working in Public Health she attended services at National Presbyterian Church...Presidentand
Thomas Catholic Church in St. Service. He was a friend of her greso on the Yucatan peninsula, in this home ever since.HDr. Mrs. Eisenhower came in, walked down the aisle like any other
he returned to New Orleans frequently Athey had been in the couple* and sat just a few feet from the visitor from St. Cloud.... i
to see his friends, the Spanish-American War and World .. in a as war
Mamie wore a natty black suit and a frilly hat. "They sat an
For the BRANDS you know in more so since he had developed a War I as a Colonel in the Medical open pew and were attended only by two or three unobtrusive Secret
CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES for the family.Department. romantic interest in the beautiful Corps. As a veteran, he showed Service men" Louise explained...She missed seeing the cherry blos- /p-
dark eyed Amparo from South tn active interest in the American
soms for they needed the following few days to burst from their
of the Border. Legion and USWV. He became buds,.Of especial interest was an exhibit in the Shoreham,Hotel
Shop Bk or s Store Upon Dr. Athey's retirement in Department Commander of the which included 250 prize photographs depicting various phases Jn k wash 'n
1933, he and Amparo were mar- former of Florida,and was at one the life of a ehiJd..This was sponsored by Eastman Kodak and every wear
ST. CLOUD ried in St. Patrick's Church in time Department Commander of represented the work of many different photographers' hls suit be washed then
can -- worn.
New Orleans. They decided to the latter in Ohio. He was also opening address! to the assembly. President Eisenhower said, "From
come to Florida, Since Dr. Ath- Commander of the local Post of play pen to campus, children should be brought up in-a climate that
ey's parents had spent much time the American Legion. He had encourages response to intellectual challenge: self-reliance, initiativeand \. But unless the suit is specially ccnstructed
FIKtR 1OTER! ADMRit.'nS in the state and had acquired traveled extensively in Central a healthy regard for hard work and the dignity of man."*... and tailored from tested wash 'n wear
'OU\TY: -OK ust: :oLA property in Ft":Myers and Avon America and Mexico as practicing While Hi Washington, Louise saw :Miriam Hopkins in "Look Home- fabric blends-it will not come out ready
Park. Dr. Athey's retirement physician of various companies.It ward, Angel" at the National Theatre.The projects endorsed by the for wearing. Palm Beach Co. of
I want to take this as one pioneers
of the opportunities to sincerely plans somehow always included a was due to his interestin Osceola County Commission will be of especially interest here.... washable men's suits devised eleven
thank each and home in Florida and the American Legion and new
everyone especiallySt par- Recommended were a course in child development under cooperationof
s and of respect you for shown the courtesy to my Cloud. ticularly in the local Post that it medical and dental associations, for parents of children under construction techniques... .to give you
wife myself and my employees "During my first lonely days was named the Charks E. Athey six years of age; Safety program which includes a 'Baby Sitters' these full benefits of wash 'n wear: con-
+ your when door or we stopped knocked yoU on on here, the doctor would promise. Post after his death in 1946. School, tentatively set for Woman's Club sponsorship; Auto driver venience, performance, and appearance.One .
the street to ask for your 'It will be all right'" Mrs. Athey During the 'years since her hus refresher course, sponsored by Osceola Insurance Agents Association of their discoveries, the costly million-
support County for my Commissioner candidacyfor said, with a smile. "Well,' he was band's death, Mrs. Athey has ; Youth employment program for the summer;, to encourage and dollar contour-cut collar gives custom-
from District No. 5. If elect- right. We traveled a good deal been busy with her two main hob- assist P-TA in study courses stressing ideals and other basic values; tailored perfection to- the allimportantneck
ed to this Important position, through the years, and I met bies-travel and music. Trips to registration of qualified personnel, and registration of services avail-
1 will extend to you the same and shoulder area a fit that'shard
gracious courtesy shown me. lots of people. We always spent Mexico, Cuba, through the United able in Osceola County...Also suggested was for "a civic club to
JOE OVEROTREET the summers away. That sort of States and a tour of Europe, have have a fund on hand of $100 to $160 that may be given to a needy to find in far more expensive regu-
broke up the monotony. At firstwe been enjoyed. When she went to college: student to enable him to continue in college..It is easy to lar suits a fit that stays perfect no
Vote For rented, then we bought our Italy on her European tour in see that the Conference accomplished lots of good in their work matter how many times the suit's washedor
first home-later to become the 1951 with her brother, Sr. Fran. hours, while seeing as much of life in the nation's capital as they couldin worn. There's no finer wash 'n wear
JOEOVERSTREET Murray home on Florida Avenue, cisco Sumohano, his wife andArmalzd's their leisure hours.IF suit in' America-at any price. Stop in

a YOU WAIT LONG ENOUGH YOUR DREAM MAY and try one on-you'll see what we mean.
COME TRUE One interesting story that vivacious Flora Bronson
For COUNTY occasionally tells shows that if you want something long enough, and .
LL bide your time, it may come to pass_ On a trip from Texas to Florida I 7Mn.JJaof11
COMMISSIONER a good many year ago, near New Orleans she and Irlo saw a .u.'CUh.Nm ..
1 District 5 unique house' ..Its huge, winding arch-type stairway swung aroundto
JOE OVERSTRKET: the upper left part of the old Southern Colonial home..Fascinated : 1IeacIt ta WASH fn was CXLV
Flora pleaded with Irlo to stop so they could examine the home, .
JO OVERSTEET Is well qualified to understand the needs of the BROASTED CHICKEN r perhaps make a tour of inspection...But pressed for time as there '
people and will work for their Interest In: Z EiTE
A fair taxation pro ram.WILL ... : were other stops to make, the busy legislator pushed his car on : $39-95
WORK closely with school, county and state officials for .. toward Kissimmee and home..,Flora never forgot the beautiful home
the betterment of our children education. which held an air of mystery...She was sure there must be an interesting
WILL WORK for better roads 1n all areas. story there..One day a cattle buyer came: out of the west
"'ILL"ORK for a good welfare program.WILL Broasted Chicken.. % S9c to do business with Senator Bronson in Kissimmee...Flora remembered -
all WORK areas. for a gOOtl| BOund flood control program. fair to Broasted Chickens $1.29 DRIVE-IN the home that she had always wanted to see again, and SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR

WILL WORK with an open mind for ALL the .interests of our .Broasted Shrimp_ $1.25 Phone TW 2.6001 described its beauties to the visitor, a Mr. McCloskey from Luling,
(Jounly roasted Oysters._ $1.25 Louisiana "That's where I live," McCloskey said. "You must come
YOUR BIFPOUT MILL DE SINCERELY APPRECIATED Broasted Seafood $1.25 13th and Carolina to see us."...Needless to say, the Bronsons have gone back and been
guests in the Louisiana home.UJO"It was a wonderful experience,"
Orders be
(Paid Political .Advertisement can to go. ST. CLOUD smile. -
Flora said with a reminiscent ,

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To The Voters 01 Osceola County Who -

Are Interested In Better Schools For I: ; \

Their Children '

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2. Do you feel that some of the best teachers in 4. Within this disharmony group you will find ,

our school system will refuse to accept domination three or four teachers who have been criticized

by the leadership of the disharmony group? for their work in the classroom. They resented RALPH YATES

Will they not seek employment elsewhere? criticism and threw.the issue into politics.



3. Your school trustees, and members of the .'::-;.'. '.; 3 -- \ '

county board know the real reasons, back of dis- 5. I cannot endorse the active! participation of ; l!; .

harmony. They are honorable business people teachers in politics. I believe that teachers ,Ralph Y a'te'

YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS. Why don't should not be abused by politics and by the same _

you ask them about supervision and disharmony token feel that they should refrain: from activeparticipation .

? For your information they are as follows: in political campaigns. Candidate For Re-election,

". .' .J '
Mr. Geoge Kempfer, Deer Park I OSCEOLA COUNTY SCHOOL. BOARD,

Mr. Dan Armstrong, St Cloud 6. 'DO YOU WANT YOUR SCHOOLS TO BE r.

Mr. Miles Sharp, Kissimmee. AREAL/ EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM DEDICATED f, District Two ,.;;i "

',' 'Mr. Orie Lee (unopposed for re-election)) TO THE CAUSE OF CHILDREN ,;..;:v4SU13JERTO'TIFSDAY'3.DESSOCRATlCPRIbfAgy; ;; ELECTION.f

St. Cloud. .,OR A POLITICAL ,MACHINE? '-;. _. .; .

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