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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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Yr i jjj.I HERALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 66 YEARS

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Vol E .=, r f Eater** .O Ree rela B4 Cantr.OM HatterlMlMMre. FUrUa Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, May\ 5, 1960 ::ae"Tlltfe* 18MI C-2221 PRICE TEN CENTS

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c. DiesFollowing I I- HERE ARE THE WINNERS IN TUESDAY'S DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION .

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-modSUCCUMBED Elmo Griffin, 58, of Neptune -
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Road insurance executive
end owner of the Griffin insurance -,

agency, died suddenly of a
,.,:..:..1 heart attack early Sunday morning 'r.

CERAMISTS ORGANIZE Central Florida Ceramic Society J .
(formerly the Orlando Ceramic Society) was organized Tuesdayat Born March 11, 1902. at New Y 'a
Bea's Ceramic Studio in Kissimmee. Those attending from the Smyrna Beach a son of Joseph
area are ehcwn above left to right seated Alice Prnitt Rena"Weklennsn J. Griffin and Maude McCollen
Muriel Bucher, Jesa Thicker, Edith Canfield and Lc.:: Griffin he had been a resident t f -

Blanche Porter. Stand 1'., lies Combs, Mildred Taylor, Helen of this community for 51 years. ,... ,
Thomas, Margaret Srhields, Maxine Leech, Emily Seeley Jean Very active in cattlemen's affairs .
-Leiberasn, Claire Hodgkins, Rue Walters Pearl Rosemont Henrietta -
he current treasurerand
tiroetch. Ceil Dapalonia and Elsie Platt. (Photo by Cooper) ,assistant was secretary of the !: ,

Florida Cattlemen's Association, xkr Ai : ) ;

He bad been a member of the ,
.. official board of the First ,_: \
Henry 0. Partin Methodist Church for a numberof -
years. He WES a member of W. E. (ED) POUNDTyson OREN BROWN HARRIS DANIEL L. J. HARVEY

t the Florida Association of In- I .,&. .,&. .. .


Extended HonorBy urance All Golf Spurs State and Agencies Country Tourist and was the Club Club a Kissimmee past, the Osceola wor-Silver and+ Yates Face Run-Off;; W. -E. "Ed." I

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J. FRANCIS COOPER shipful master of Orange Blossom

Henry O. Partin, Kissimmee, GIVEN AWARD S. Lodge 80 F&AM. I
Survivors include his wife, Pound Re-elected In Tuesday's Election
old Florida'scattle
the
grand v man of K, ELMO GRIFFIN Mrs Ruth Griffin Kissimmee;
industry, was given the a brother JJ. Griffin Jr., Osce

Florida Veterinary Medical Asso ola County representative in the --- !i J. C. Tyson faces a run-off in 2350 and W. R. Hancock was
eiation's distinguished service Rites Held SaturdayFor Legislature; four sisters, Mrs,. his bid for re-election as Osceola second with 808.
award) *\s a feature of the annua! J. R. Persons Gladys G. Headley, Miami; Mrs. TWO CANDIDATES IN RUN-OFF County's superintendent of public For state comptroller, Ray
conference of Florida veterinary Arthur Bullock Jacksonville; instruction, as does School Board Green with 2396 defeated J. L.
ans at the University of Florida i Funeral services.. for Mr. J. R. Mrs. Nat Ryan, Apopka, and Chairman Ralph Yates. Lee 477. J. Edwin Larson won the

last week end. I Persons are 73, of Daytona Mrs. Lawrence: White, Spring a. .11 With all of the county's 14 precincts state treasurer race 2610 to Al

In making the presentation, r>. t Beach were held Saturday at field Oregon. ,))-' reporting, here's how the Cahill's 407.
W. F. Jackson, Lakeland presi il ? Daytona.Mr. Funeral services were held at .'- voting went in Tuesday's primary In the railroad and public utilities
dent o'f the association, said: Persons, the brother of the 2 p.m. Monday from the Grissom ,, :'.kttt.r. ; election. commissioners race Edwin
"Years ago Mr. Partin began ate[ G. W. Persons came to Kis chael, wiht the Rev. Henry Guy Mason with 2616 defeated Jim
building one of the state's great, simmee in 1942 as owner and pastor of the First Methodist Superintendent of Blanton who had 898. Glenn Ter
est cattle empires founded uson manager of Persons Inc. He retired Church: officiating. Public InstructionJ. rell won the race for justice of
some of the finest Brahman bloodlines from active business in Casketbearers were George Y. Y C. Tyson ......_...__...__._1769 the supreme court group 1 with
in the world. He has been 1948 and moved to Daytona East, Jr., Sen. Irlo Bronson, JuneR. Stephen E. Sharpe _._...___".963 1042 to Charlse J. Bodner's 388;;
widely acclaimed and featured in Beach. Gunn, Riley Miles, Judge Mur x W. B. Stephens ........_.......__....1658 In the race for the judge of
state breed and national mars He was an active member and ray W. Overstreet and Dr. 'Ray.. Board Of Public the 9th judicial circuit, group 5
tines and television programs. an official of the First Methodist mond R. Sessions. Interment was Instruction; District 2 W. A. Pattishall with 1285 defeated -

"Although he has been honoredin 11IiEN'RY Church there.Surviving En Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom Ralph Yates .....__...._......_..w.2043 Robert G. :Murrell who had
the past by serving as president are his wife, Vertie; Funeral Home was in charge of "; 1 Duncan McFarland ..._........_..1203 574.

of such organizations as the one daughter, Mrs. G. Duane arrangements. Art Dyer .._...._.._........._........._538
Fltjrida Cattlemen's Associationand Quick of Eau Gallie; one grand
Eastern Brahman Breeders'Association son; two brothers and four sisters In his bid for re-election W.: E. ELECTION PARTYIS
'Uncle Is including Mrs. Rubyelee 1'. Youth Dances Slated Pound beat J. M. (Jack) Baas bya
Henry' PARTIN
O.
;. Statham, Kissimmee. Among the 2508 to 1770 vote. BIG SUCCESSThe
probably best known to Flo ida* * '
surviving nieces are Miss ,Betty For WeekendA I,. J. Harvey won in his bid
younger generations as a cattleman Medical Association other prominent Kiwanis Club's Election
Henson
Statham and Mrs. H. for re-election as county commissioner
who has taken special inter- out of state speakers and Wilder of Kissimmee. ." ,; dance for junior high school from district 5 over two Return Party held Tuesday
est in 4-H Clcb and FFA activi veterinarians on the staff of the I I st dents only will be) held Friday opponents. Harvey received 2213 evening at the Community

ties."He University of Florida. I light at the Youth Center, according ,J. C. TYSON: RALPH YATES votes, while Joe Overstreet received House featuring a pancake
A VAR.t'f eP
is owner of the famous .. WINS \ to Art Dyer youth dSreeor. 1125 and J. W. Webb 1017. supper and election returns
Heart Bar brand, one of some *- ,.. Harris Daniel. In his first bid drew some 1000 people during
.., 20-odd brands which he. hi* wife .J u4,r.,,OverstreetMetes : The music wilt be'f urnished by ** r .,.1\ for political office unseated En the course of the evening.
Ndaugttstind) *+setara Out Sentences the Continental of, Melbourne- TWO CANDIDATES MAKE RUN-OFF gene Simmons 'as "IOUDt.mmi> The club served approximately
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,.nmdrdldr n carreatly use on Tyro local Negroes, Peter A. with dandnr: "from 8"-to 11. Ad- sioner from district 3-: The vo.tewas 250 persons pancakesand
their cattle grazing many aces of nission will be 50 cents per per
Browne and Fred McCrlmrdon, 2184 to 1593. \ Mnsage ancl about one
land near Kissimmee. were sentenced to six months to ion. y .Y Oren Brown' regained his seal fifth of the persons who casta
j One grandson Doug Parting. life'X .he Department Of Correction on the county commission by ballot in the primary were
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a member of the University of' 'of State Prisons after r N Chamber To Sponsor beating opponent Luther (Pete) present at the Kiwanis rally.
} Florida football team. found Lanier by a 2426 to 1412 vote. The rally, equipped with a
"were a
guilty on
Dr. Jackson I-ointed .to the role they charge of armed robbery in Osce- Clean-Up CampaignPaul Out of a possible 7434 Democrats television set, blackboards anda

Partin played in acquisition of ola County Circuit Court Friday Sanborn, manager of the eligible to vote in the primary, telephone hookup to the supervisor -
land for the state large animal before Judge Murray W. Over- .. Chamber; of Commerce announced F HN approximately): 4407 went ta the of registration's office -
diagnostic laboratory;: in Osceola street Sr. )yesterday that the chamber will polls while 94 cast absentee ballots at the county: courthouse

County. In the same Case, Judge Over- sponsor ,a Clean-Up. Paint-Up the results of whihc are included made it possible to forward
"He has done much not onlyto street directed a verdict of not Fix-Up campaign to be held May in the above final totals. election results AS they were
improve the Brahman breed guilty for two Negro women, [6th through May 28th in conjunction In the race: for governor Far- officially reported and tabu
through the use of his famous I Mae Brown and Katherine with the National Bu tis Bryant, of Ocala, carried Os- lated.
Emperor bull and Manso blood Betty Brinson. reau's announcement that the ceola County by a 1415 vote. Duncan McFarland, president
lines," he continued, "but as one! pF month of May has been selected Runner ups were John M. Mc- of the club, termed the
Anderson Carter having plead.
of Florida's finest homespun: 'naF :is the official Clean-Up Paint-Up i Carty 1284 Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., event a big success and slid
ed ot charge of
guilty a aggra-
diplomats he hs strengthenedour i. vated assault and having under- ; Fix-Up Month. 696, and Hayden Bums 578. Of it may grow even larger in future -
Latin American relationships The merchants' committee of the two Republican candidates election years.
through the shipment of hundreds! one pre-sentence investigation, the; chamber, under the chairmanship b George C. Petersen carried the
of his fine cattle to South American -I was placed on three years proba ;yr .y of Don Moorefield will handle county with 459 to Emerson Ru

countries to upgrade their! tion.Three the campaign. Window streamers pert's 83. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crowe'l'}
Anburndal Negroes,
herds." i Charles Mrs. Vera Lalley. secretary to ind: cards will be ordered for cooperating In the race for secretary of traveled to Tennessee last week-
The veterinary association presIdent Issae Lewis and Chappel Willie, Lester the chamber of commerce for merchants to display.All state Tom Adams' led with 1710 end and young Johnny took advantage
paid especial tribute to Par- Joseph Gary to chargesof the put three years, received atrophy civic and church: groups will and N. D. Wainwright was sec of the opportunity to
tin for his; great contributions in I Fields. pleaded guilty two local for salesperson of the M asked to help make this CleanUp ond with 399. spend the weekend with his
.and entering
disease control and eradication. breaking Inc. andMakinson's month. The award was made at Paint-Up Fix-Up campaign BILL STEPHENS DUNCAN McFARLAND Doyle Connor won the commui- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
"Having served for nearly two i. stores, Persons the Wednesday morning coffee a success. This success will depend sioner of agriculture race: with Simmons in Idora Park.
decades on what is now the Flor- Hardware. club held iw the Tropical HoteL on all citizens. Watch The
faced Judge Overstreet ordered pre- Gazette for futrher details next
ida Livestock Board, he has
i in their Arnold \
investigation Wright j
many a crisis wherein the lack! sentence (Photo by Cooper) ureek. HOW OSCEOLA COUNTY VOTED BY PRECINCTS IN MAY\ 3 PRIMARY
of a firm stand could have seriously case Fatally Injured f


our state's jeopardized livestock the," he health declared.of i I Students To Hold Arnold W. Wright, 23. of Cam ,;- ..! I .0. .. Po ,I ,';
For .
Win to -
Elks Praise a r.. h N z a -
"Eradication of vesieulas exanthema Car-Wash May\ 14th bell Station was fatally injured 1
and r! Et r x r.h., rt r. r fo E r r Ftie .,
fever ticks
cattle in an automobile accident Friday CANDIDATES w_ w.w_ w. ioI" w. .. .. .. ww. .t:I
screwworms stand as monumental, The Student,Employment Agency Bight. : '; ;it ;it ;xl ,1 is rs to is 'it ; i .,.
i. of Osceola High School will : .a :! :! :! :! : : : : : : : :1 i
evidence of his and his fellow At the time of his heave ..- .. fo
hold a earwash Saturday, May Membership GainDuring death :.,: iI.I'-:.,: f :"::1 :": :": :.,:w I :.,: :.,: :.,:.! : :.,: ,
board members wisdom in refusing 14th with a percentage going to scheduled to report, on May 14, :: :: .... ::- :: ::- ::- :::.: ;:: :::i: ::',: ::.! :: ::'. .; p:.
to Battalion -- a -& -- I-
to let the bars down. the students and the rest to the an Engineers at Fort I- ,

The conference began/ Saturdayat agency's treasury.The I the district meeting yen; Walter J. Hartman, Orlando Benning,: Ga. He had been stationed ,- Charles Bodner.........._._........ ....81....3 ..30.58E..681..29i..351..18i..6O! ;..43i..19L..4! '....91..4 388
in until .
late this af- Germany
noon 'and closed recently.He '
ternoon. It was attended by near- agency will continue to held last week end at the I>eLand and Emery Clayton Davis of was a native of Evansville, Glenn Ten-ell.! 1042

ly 200 veterinarians who heard function during the summer Elks home, Kissimmee Elks Holopaw. The initiatory ceremonies Hubert JlurrelL....................... : .98/.751..45).551..30/ ) : .751! .551 .28'.. .61..19! (_14 .574
addresses by Samuel F. Scheidy months, offering services: such washing as Lodge 1873 was cited for beingone were conducted: for the first Ind.Survivors include his wife, Mrs. \V. A. Pattishall...............__.._.J..l3i..l9L37i235254J103ii95.47ii65i36i..53..9.54L.ll. : 1285

Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, presi baby, etc.lilting Further, yard information work car may- ofhe outstanding lodges time under the leadership of Exalted ,- Emma Louise Wright: one daughter Fams Bryant-.......___......___....._.j!..121.261..9! ,,2091197i. ; 01,182.61i20911721.74..11i..39i.27, ; 1415
of the East Central district for Ruler John Davis.A Deborah Louise Wright both
dent of the American Veterinary be obtained by calling Tilden 6- its increase in membership. Per- of Kissimmee his stepmother, John McCarty........................._. .201..161..92i15T2061..96'1391..85i185'132'$0..18i.26.32': : ;; 1284
call for blood bank ;
4892. centage-wise Kissimmee Lodge is sent out by the blood pledgeswas bank Mrs. Mae Coyner, Intercession Doyle Carleton Jr................._. ._4.9i-45il36illll..80l..78i.50-71.50-32-18i.56: { : ; !....6 ,.696

Movie MenuARCADE leading the district which comprises committee to all members and City; one brother, James D. Haydon Burns..........._....:A...._. ....3LI4' 1..32:108i'..891'..57 .. ;.. 4j..86l..53-33: : :.....3I..5J-8! 578
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Red Cross Chairman fourteen lodges in Centra friends of the blood bank. It was Wright, Intercession: City, and a Tom Adams............................--- ..30..41.951235,344! ; +1392361..75'225,162.92.2527'.24; : 1710
Expresses Gratitude Florida with a 22 per cent net announced that the next blood foster brother, Richard Coyner. N. D. Wainwrteht.__..._. ....3.3.231..701..461..411..341..171..721..481..15'.41..131..; 0 399

THEATER Mr. Amparo S. Athey, Re gain The to district a membership meetingwas of 450.under bank drive will ,be held within Tampa.Funeral services were held at Doyle Conner............_............._ ..23L50( 1344l2'380209:322il04274, : : !! 205-4- ..231..64.36: 2350Buster

est Thur.Show FrU.On May Earth.B-C: "The Great" Cross chairman for the city of St. the chairmanship of District Deputy the the lodge next is four asking weeks everyone and that now 10:30 a.m. Tuesday from the Hancock.........................'..131..16..44152108.,56..86'.55j..85..76..b7!_ ; :_ |' : | .:.. ,..181.30.12\;;. \" 80nay

Sat.Sun.. May Won..7: May"Comaixrhe'-1: Station.-Babetle. Cloud expressed her the gratitudefor recent Vaughan Martin of Winter to put in a pledge of at least Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. C. Green............._....................!.281..43115T41138b, ,29410131223G! '107' 37;..62!..39''' 239G

Oeo& To War. ,. the' response.' to Park and local members attending one pint of blood for this forthcoming V.: Gilmore, officiating. Military J. L. Lee.................................._.L10.6.30i..84i..52.35.51.32.58L.54| | !! ..41..41..121..8; .477
Tue WMa M-ll: 1 Se- drive. *: -
; included Exalted Ruler JohnD. honors at Osceola Memory Gardens '
00'1. To H.IL" "!-want to thank the people of drive. conducted Edwin Larson..........................._. .211511131417.441'193.334.127314,265140'.36.66'.48! : .: ,: !:: 2610
Paul Smith Harry- were by'the American
Th"r. Prt May IS-1I: The Davis. .
Hound of the ftaskerrineft." St. Cloud<< for their generosity Anna Home committee member Exalted Ruler John Davis' also Legion and Veterans of For Al CahilL._........._................__. .....5i..5i..31.80L.47..34.42i..15i., 1' ..58.571..241..6! | ..-..1 ..407
reiterated that on Thursday '"'
KISSIMMEE DRIVE-IN he said. "Also I am sure the and Bodo Kirchhoff state publicity evening Kissimmee every Lodge is boating eign Wars. Grissom Funeral Home Jack Bass:.--..............-........_....... .26L35i120,28721L159180,108,229,138109.23.69..37! : ,! : !: 1770

sad drive would derful' not have had been it such not chairman, together with a steak dinner night when was in charge of arrangements. W. E. Pound...._...........__...___ .. 2i.. 5l136407i4152ng99illO3571212il24, |; ;; ;; !! ;: |..29I;;,;.38J..37;; ,2508
Fri. Sat May '-7: -s&mJIOft a w success: '"" "
DeHlaV and -Happy Annl n rm rr." been for -th.;unselfish cooperationof their wives. steaks at reasonable prices are Steve Sharpe..........................._.1_..81.9'.441..99.84,1001..fi9/ ..82177117..86,8! : '..39fl7: 963

'"Nave Sun., Rocket Won. Tur.wni. Travel"May a-a-la andltQtu : my fellow-workers. So I wantto The new lodge year had a very. being served by the ladies auxil- Little LeagueS W. B. Stephens......................._. ..161..481164,418:37bj135251..34E..64.69'.22'.6.221..11! : : ; :; :; : : 1658

Crnta 1 Hawki.ur. Fri. and Rat thank In a special way Miss auspicious start for Kissimmee iary according to the specifications J. C. Tyson............................. .J24.21..G3, 1991891126\ : '..99350259127..46; ;>.6L54 1769
last evening when desires of the members. ListedThe
Rita Lodge Tuesday and -
an/-taU I-nltt Man mar.a .Shaggy.. Doc" Boudreau Mary Baker Dorothy, Mary Bouviere Bowman, Mildred 17 new members were taken into These Thursday evenings have Oren Brown...............................(...19j..69l07'413i414i761326117i292i228108; ; ; ; : : 2426

-,"' / Byrd Mary Colby Ida H. the order. These included Edgar' been mighty popular with the Little League schedule for Luther Lanier....__............ ._.L.33.141702231401151031..73189140!! : ; ( ) : ;..83...18'..491'..34 1412

TEMPERATURESDATE Cunningham MaybeHe Hall Frances Glass Jennings L. Overstreet members' stated Davis "and the the coming week will be as follows H. G.:-Daniel..................._......__.|..11.42128:461381202244:, : ; !. 71219174110.2154.30! 2184Eugene
Hamilton:,/)U.dred Kline Mary Charles E. Russell Sr. Cecil Sylvester steady increase in dinner guestsspeaks : Simmons.I..221..32| | '! 19.120313119Ti108'236169..85.23.321..19| : ; ;' :: !; : 1593
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; Veronica Howard A. Daniels-' JohnA. veil of the quality of the, Friday May 6
Lucas EmilylMcManus,
Paul Helen Spencer, Charles "Baddy" Mi- steaks." ICI Micklers vs. Rotary 4 J. Harvey.....".".__""._".._'.''''_' ..15..51i.. ,;349,356143345.99: ; : 3,227'92', .. 622213|
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W td. Apn 20 __. 83 64 .... .McMallenlfester JL8 ..17lll4 190il57132U95.57141! !..89\!.63....41..51..22; 1125
Rock, JuUa(ltothroek. Lilt Shana keli. Herbert A. Parker. Donald This* coming Saturday, the Jayeees vs. Elks Joe Overstreet.._ .. _. ..__ !
... 82 68
Thar.
Fit Apr.21 __._ 84 65 -iO parr Snoop. Norton and Paul L. Milan all Family Night dinner will be a'' Monday, May 9 J. W. Webb__.. ___ .. ..___ ..16L.131721521051.12'.781..62J151i.117I.73.10.571..28'! ; !/ | : !'' 017.

Sat. Apr.22 Apr. t3Son. __... 8%' GO ..- Also Lillian C. Saith Florence of Kisximmeet Eugene Pettit ham steak dinner and all mcm- Midler V$. Tupperware Art Dyer ..._w...................._.__ ...:. !.. 0;..401192|1331!..53!..94!..591!14011! 061:631! :.11 ::.3i.13;; '..954
Apr. $4 ___ 75 56 .--- Swan. Martha Tucker, Mrs. C, J. Clarence W. Reed and Joseph .bets and their families are cordially Rotary vs. Elks Duncan McFarland.....__._.. .11 ..33 ..68:261218: .98201j..55..891..881,28.41..11..13: | 1203!

Mon. Apr. 25 ......._ 83 64 .45 Tyson Mrs. H 1* Thomas.. Mrs. Griffin UL of St. Cloud; JohnE. invited to attend and to Wednesday May 11 Ralph Yates.... ...._......._. .....__ ..31/..37151261/ /2961871195j..90:2761194:1221..411..73j..37/ : 2043
Floyd Unxicker, Helen Vogel and Bishop Sr. Pin Castle; Fra participate in the ,social activities Kiwanis vs. Lions
Tues. Apr. 26 ...._ 82 66 Jennie Wheeler. tier Curtis Powell! Winter Ha of the evening. Rotary vs. Jaycees (There were .96 Democrat absents ballot east. Totals for county candidates include these; others do not)



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Page 2 The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday, May 5, 1960 WSG Has Colorful ENGAGEMENT. ANNOUNCEDALICE HlJ c lbs EhdTheitfVeek

Pledge CeremonyAn Today;
MARRIED SATURDAY '$
impressive candlelight pledgeenem6ny -
-cdu tY'Home;
O ttela' Demon-

conducted: by bits J. L
i
o-ation Women will wind the '
< up .
e
ntchinson marked the
programof celebration of Home Demonstration ,; a ,
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the Wesleyan Service Guild atthe 4i :
Week holding their Annual '
by
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home of Mrs. Alma Hether 3:$ + 1
Achievement Day Thursday Kiy
ington Monday night. Mrs. Hutchinson .
day 5 from 9:00 to 3:00: at the ,: '
assisted in the ceremony ., ,
St. Cloud Community House.
by the hostess and Jane Stanko, h r", M. -
bYu Roth Hawk, Hazel Bearden, Pat .> The program will include: exhibits ., ,

Bush Margaret Bast and Parah I of articles made by club 1
f 1 l Clark.It 4 i < members, Miss ]Eileen Sickles 1
r i was announced that over I decoration consultant from Sears

: '700 has been raised towardthe ,: r I Roebuck and 'Company, as guest :
Guild's sponsorship of new speaker on "Something'New for
carpeting for the First Methodist Ysli the House and a Fashion Show
Church Secretaries re-appointed 1 of styles made by club members.The F:

; x to fill their offices for another li n guest speaker will talk at..
as; year were Mrs. Margaret Bast, ; : ,a 11 a.m. and the fashion show at .
1:30 p.m. Exhibits will be on display ..vw?. .M
promotion; Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson, :F -
;3 spiritual life; Mrs. Margaret ,; Rg all day. ,
a $last, Christian Social relations; zy

.. Miss Katherine Allen, supply Vital Statistics For REVIVAL ORGANIST-Orian Osburo. blind orzanist, will conduct
,,< work; Mrs. Jane Stanko, membership :, the music and song singing for the tent revival now being
{, ; Miss Helen Bass, publicity; .E 7.4a County Released held in St. Cloud.

Miss Sarah Clark, literature and r .>

publications; Mrs. Frances Smith, Twelve marriages and no divorces
missionary education and service; >t ..2h were reported from Osce- Couple Honored On 40th AnniversaryMr.
Mrs Hazel Bearden, status of R ola County in January, Accordingto

o< s women; Mrs. Jean Kibler, nominations 1 sf vital statistics.. released this and Mrs. George Andersonof Charles Early, Mr. and Mrs. Joe

.s -.:a ; Mrs. Avis Griff, altar Eu;: '. Meek by the state health depart- St. Cloud were honored with a Elder, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hoifoway -

h ; .y 4V ,_ flower; Mrs. Hazel Bearden, sua- "s'." ,::3x.. ment in Jacksonville.During party to celebrate their and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
surprise
shine committee. January there were 28 Parsons.
: x .v
ti-p.< Plans were made for the next =, births of which 25 were white; 40th wedding anniversary at the

4. meeting which will be a covered and 36 deaths, of which' 34 were home of Jlr. and Mrs. Allen Hunt Clark Circle
.. ,.,. E 9 Mary
kr 4. white. Death
a dish supper at the Lake Bryan r r. > claimed one r white in Dellwood Park Monday eve
home of Mrs. Pat Bush on Mon Y. infant during the month. Entertained Monday

ti a"w day, June 6 at 6:30 p.m. Heart disease claimed 11 per- ning.A covered dish supper was The Mary Clark Circle of the
During the social hour that k'pt I, sons, cancer four and cerebral served to 25 guests. The Ander- First Methodist Church held its

,ra ; followed the meeting, refreshments vascular: disease 10 persons sons left for a m nth's visit to May meeting at the home of Mrs.E. .
a ,, s ,9"f:r A 3 r were served by the hostess Ohio yesterday. M. Jones on Poinsettia Lane.
4 Vf, v assisted by Mrs. Hutchinson and New car registrations are expected Those attending from St. Cloud Mrs. Laura Parker led the de.

Mrs. Frances Schrieber, a guest to top 6,000,000, making were Sir and Mrs. William Gra- votions, using the "Second Letterof
and member of the St. Cloud 1959 the third best sales year in ham, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bland- Paul to Timothy" as her sub

'r r. A MY".C..i; Guild. REBECCA DAVIS automotive history. In the first ford, Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Partin, j ect.:
six months of 1959 manufacturers Mrs. Molly Kleingan, Mrs. Louise After a short. business session
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Alice Rebecca Davis To Wed J. I. Meadows in daily newspapersthan I from Kissimmee were Mr. and I Robert PoIIom. It consisted of n

Achievement Day4H in a comparable period of Mrs. Earl Stills, Mr. and Mrs.. resume of World Wide Methodist
Club girls from all over Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Lari grandchild of bar and Mrs. Roy 1958. Charles Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Missionary Work.
MRS. EDWARD JAMES HILK iNY. JR. Osceola County will convene at mer of 8106 S. W. 11th Ave., Autrey of Kissimmee and has

JI. JI. JI. JI. the County Agricultural Buildingfor Portland, Oregon, announce the lived in Oregon for the past
their annual Achievement Day eleven years. She will return this
engagement of their daughter,
14. ;- June with her parents for Mr.\
Saturday, May FLORIDA'SBIGGEST
Bea Weds The girls modeling in dress revue Miss Alice Rebecca Davis to Mr. and Mrs. Autrey's golden wed- ,

Briggs must appear at 11 &.In. to Jack Irwin Meadows, son of Mrs ding anniversary.Mr. .
model for the judges. All girls Frieda Kelley and the late Dave Meadows is a native of VACATIONBARGAIN .I

will bring their completed project Meadows of Portland. Portland, Oregon, served in the !
Edward Kilkenny Jr. exhibits at 1 pan. and set them Miss Davis is graduating from Army or Occupation in Germanyand
up ready to be judged. Oregon State College this June is graduating from Portland
The afternoon program will be with a major in Secretarial Sci State College this June with a +ax
ELLINOR
Mrs. Leon Desiree Herveaux I Mrs. William Koefe 'of Miami gin at 3 p.m. with demonstrationsand ence and a minor in Business Ad- degree in Acccounting.A '
ministration. She is the eldest Fall
presentation of completion wedding is planned.
cf Kissimmee announces the marriage !, and Chatham and the late Ed k. J.
of her granddaughter, Bea- ward James Kilkenny. Mrs. pins> to the members as part of AS lOW AS

trice May Briggs, to Edward Keefe served as .witness in the featured events, Mrs. John Mort- .. <
James Jr. Chatham with land of Tupperware Home Parties VILLAGE U : ,
Kilkenny of ceremony Dir Tierney. ;
Massachusetts on Saturday, April The groom is the owner of will present the awards for Baptists Report $59 :

30th, at 2 p.m. in the Holy Re Toe Open Door" a gift shop at Show Me' Party winners. hi ;
deem Catholic Church. Fr. William Chatham and was affiliated with A ba .,ecue supper is planne'cor AT DAYTONA BEACH .
J. Holmes officiated at the the Florida Symphony Orchestra 5:00. It is being prepared by Successful t A ,
Revival
double ring ceremony.The : this past season. ... the St. Cloud Home Demonstra- 650 FAMILY VACATION VILLAS FER WEEK FOR 4
tion Club and 4-H members
bride, the daughter of the A small reception was held at are ; ..:.. .. BY THE WORLD'S MOST FAMOUS BEACH 176 OF 650 UNITS '
]late Mrs. Jeanne Tierney of Kis- the bride's home following the selling tickets at $1.25 and 75c The First Baptist Church 'reports The fellowship] supper of, the Swimming Pools Golf&Tennis MAY t '.

simmee and -the< late William ceremony. Those assisting in for children.At ; a very useful and successful Sunday school teachers will be Free TV Room Telephones AUGUST 31 "
7:00 the climax of the J
James Briggs was,given in marriage serving were Mrs. Francis Murray : day revival meeting daring last .aeld Wednesday at 6 p-m. in the '. :
will provide an "Evening at DOG RACING JAI! ALA! AUTO RACING
Cypress week. There
by -her stepfather, Alfred ; Mr. ,Gibb's Veneen and Mis* were 40 additions tothe church.: .. dining baYAU teachers o
wore Garden This'is the Coun : chxrrsh,, approximately: S0of, 'are-'urged\ aJ. nd. At this <.
J. TlerMT pf \.Muunt She Babarji:Luncn.vg. to All V l awl CHfcwr Vlllmg* ono flay eor
ty Dress Revue and 4-H girls wil t&Qse .be&g con erstons..Intkeepjagv I. h. than mot Fl.r d* r torta. .A
en afternoon dress of bone white 'Th eft d a,;:;.ed4ing model meeting a now policy relative to you m
; garments theymade dur
linen with white accessories anda trip tests Yjork,_City after the last Richard fthlhe policy of the church class TOOm procedure. will be discussed < ,
ins year;: Mrs. all n members of the church : -. .aaa aa' a.asi sst n n ., "
corsage;: o>. cymbidium orchids. which they will be at home: on lazier will comment and P
Mr. Kilkenny is the son of I Pond Ave. at Chatham. is entertainment are being; asked to attends/ a Next week is "GA Focus Week"at Far fr.*,cola brxhvr and additional
planned to accompany "new members class" for the the I Information wr8nEIIIhOR I
purpose church. All
GA's and their
the showing of 4-H fashions. :fI3I .
All friends, of 4-H of becoming fully. acquainted parents are urged to attend the J VILLAGE, De P t. "
to
attend this countywide are event.urged with just what is expected of a supper Wednesday night for special I DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA ,
Many Good Things church member This class meets recognition. Mrs. P. K. Weaver ;4. .

I Boggy Creek Club church.each Sunday i at 6:15 p.m. at the counselor for the GA's an- I NAME .... ,
nounce that a recognition service
Is EntertainedThe The services of the 11 a.m. will be seen at the evening wor- I ADDIESS 1 i'YM
Come From FloridaFlorida
worship hour will be broadcast ship hour on the following Sunday errr STA trL'.I ,
Boggy_Creek Home Demonstration each Sunday during the month of ,night. ; w'W .
Club met Thursday afternoon !AI
bees produced 14.1 mil. produced an average of 51 poundsof ; at the home of Mrs. Wil- May. This is in keeping with the ----- ,
lion pounds of honey during 1959. honey per hive" in 1959. liam Trautwein. public service policy of the new I i .
Florida's bee colonies Graded management of the local radio
277,000 large eggs must weigh The program was "Making the
station WXBX. June
Beginning
rot less than 24 ounces per dozen Best Out of Your Years." Mrs.
1st, another church this
of
area
while graded extra large eggs P. K. Weaver, Florida's Motherof
broadcast.'c
USDA and Florida will
Departmentof the Year gave a talk.
Agriculture standards After the program a surprise

.i The so-called Texas Pink grapo- I stork shower was given Mrs.
fruit originally came from Florida I James Smith. EVANGELISTRalph NOTHINGSELLS -

lsse It was discovered in 1913 ; .
Bradenton. In 1958 Florida led all states
,; near in production and shipment of a .
a. Florida. ,
Florida ranks third in the U. Sin watermelons. \ : ,, LIKENEWSPAPERS.
Florida
ranks first among tl[ 0
yearly value of honey and 'ti74aw
w states in production of .a
_; beeswax. oranges, I <" I
.;, grapefruit, tangerines tangelos, a '
There arc an estimated 36,000... limes,- and mangoes .. A. jam" -
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000 citrus trees in Florida.Florida A leading cut dower producer, Tf .
A is first in production of Florida is noted especially for ;. ,
1'el green snap beans. f' gladioli i '.

: Florida leads'- the' nation in :Mangoes are rich in thiamine, .
volume of sweet fresh corn riboflavin, and niacin. a: F Ls

cAU olnAt4ao rotl>ct shipped to market. An extract of papaya is used asa
Florida leads all 'other statesin meat tenderizer. ., ""
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production of cucumbers. ,
The avocado has a high vitaminB -
Florida ranks first in the na content. .. r Y

7 "r.i' tion in the production of sweet Rub lemon juice over fingers .' .
peppers, escarole and radishes. before preparing fish to avoid

any odor clinging to the hands. ,
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K I AIDBLOCKS Rice from is falling produced apart.in conmercia THE PEOPLE THE FULL'STORY! ;- \A: .

volume in Florida. I .
Sexton, nationally known People buy newspapers because they want ALL the news. .,- .. = _.
Ramie, so called miracle fiber evangelist, is holding a tent' ,{.: : That means MORE than local, national and international -

thrives near Lake Okeechobee.One revival in St. Cloud sponsored! :; .,: >._ affairs. It also means the news o! what' going on in loea"i! &- ,." ..'

Florida oil field has produced by: the Kiz&rene Church. .'. ,Y 7. businesses. Where can readers get the services and goods '1::.,4! ;,_t

more than 3,000,000 barrels. ',:,!' .-. they want at the best bargain! Only the newspaper carries_ .'., ,: ,,;.
Eggs are the most nearly per the full available to read time! -
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Mineral products of South FlorIda .. i feet natural: source of body building :,, -\, : -

MASONRY include limestone, kaolin cement i protein, reports the Florida ( -;. Mr. Advertiser remember-people WANT ,f -1 .
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and CEMENT\ WORK ." ::':; -PEOPLEBESPONDTDNEWSPAPER' .,: :'.'<1't.;,'.; t)},'
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SET SAIL FOR PLEASURE-Broad beaches ring the islands of the Bahamas, uncluttered and un- ;
crowded, washed by Atlantic waters of startling clarity. Here, on a gleaming are 'of soft sand, a .
couple deserts their thatched beach shelter to go skimming over the wares on a sportly little Sailfish \'
ideal for relaxing and refreshing entertainment. (Bahama News Bureau Photo by Jarvis .
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Professor Seaton Edson of the Florida Mines '
< University of Florida College of "
County Agriculture says this is very im- Increase ProductionDuring

portant. "A knowledge of the ma-
Agent 1 terials and amounts of chemicalsthat the past five years
make balanced mineral Florida mines have produced min
cp a
Jim 1, plant food mixture is essential ij erals worth a total of $691,403
i real success is to be achieved in 000 the Florida State Chamber of

Smith :4'Says growing plants," he says. Commerce reported yesterday. PER MONTH 0 H
Let's see what is carried on the This value was at the mine level '
fertilizer tag. First of all, the prior to processing or ship : '
tag states that the manufacturerhas meet and came from some 15( : : .

registered his fetilizer with plants throughout the state. About .
the State of Florida and has 7,000 persons are employed directly '- '!'"" '
Two meetings this month will stamped his name, address, and by these minerals com
be of 'Interest to cattlemen in dates thereon. The manufacturer panies. .
Osceola County. The first of indicates that his mixed fertilizeris More limestone is produced ir
these is the annual cattlemen's an 8-8-8 or similar grade, and Florida than any other mineral
meeting and barbecue that will be has followed the name of the fer- while phosphate is the most im
held May 21 at 12 pan. at the tilizer with a guaranteed analysis. portant dollar-wise. These twc

Osceola County Agricultural Cen- I The guaranteed analysis is put minerals, plus sand, gravel and "
ter. .A) program on winter feed- : You clays mined during the five-yeaz '
there
for your protection.
and artificial insemination
faff should study this analysis thor- internal accounted for the major YOU CANFURNISH
will of
be presented by a panel
local cattlemen and summarizedby oughly before purchasing fertili- portion of production worth in the state;::
199.C19.000 tons $531,897-.
extension personneL Electionof
zer.In the first place, the figures 000.
officers will be held at this
8-8-8 indicate the total available Preliminary reports place the
time so all cattlemen are urged to
primary plant food in the bag of value of all mineral productionin
attend. The second meeting this
month is the annual field tour of iertilizer. Each figure is a per- Florida in 1959 at $159,378,000,, THAT
the cattle experiment station centage; thus, the total amount of up 11 per cent from 1958. Last ;
range plant food represented by this year's figures include phosphatesales
at Ona, Florida Friday, May
formula is 24 per cent or 24 of $68,463,000; limestone at
9:30. This should
27 starting
pounds in a 100 pocnd bag of $38,000.000; titanium concentratesx7,076,000
prove to be of interest to all ... and
fertilizer. ; clays .6,865,000
cattlemen. 'Thesefrfigures may run as high sand and gravel $4,685,000..
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Milletvhas.pTOVeiuta; ;: be one foji' rwT40 to*60 per cent of primary EXTRA ROOM
the best temporary hummer pasture plant rod for high analysis fep-
for dairy cattle in the Lihzer, you should buy all fer-
South, according Dr. S. P. tilizers on the basis of cost per Washington, D. C., Needs

Marshall dairy husbandman with pound food and not per pound feT' More Police OfficersThe
the Florida Agricultural Experi- tilizer.
ment Station. The first figure in the 8-8-8' Metropolitan Police Depart-

According to Dr. Marshall, millet !- grade of fertilizer represents 8 ment in Washington, D. C., is Bookcase Bed full'size :
will provide excellent quality per cent or 8 pounds of total currently conducting a special recruiting "'
forage from about May through nitrogen; the second :figure is 8 drive to obtain additional 0 190 Coil Spring Mattress *. / .
September on $he welldrainedsoils : per cent or 8 pounds of phos- johce: officers. 'l1le beginning salary Large Chest I ;

of Florida.At phoric acid; the third figure represents for Privates is $4,800 a year. '.

the experiment station, lactating 8 per cent or 8 ounds of To qualify l applicants must Full Size Bureau 'a Full Box Springs ,
cows produced an averageof potash. Each of these figures will pass'a written test and be in ex- .

27 pounds of milk and ob- vary widely as manufacturersformulate cellent physical condition. They I '
tained 60 per cent of their total according to recom- must be between the ages of 21 e. Two Boudoir Lamps
digestible nutrient requirement mendations published by your and 29, be at least 5 feet, 8 inches Double Strength.Tilt-Mirror::;;. ::

from millet. state experiment station.A tall, and weigh at least 145 pounds. Your choice of colors. -"., ,;...',
These animals were fed an more detailed breakdown of Employment with the Washington .: ',. d '
of 8.6 pounds of concen- the fertilizer follows under the Metropolitan Police Depart- .:' : u.
average ..
trate daily. Although the carry- heading of "guaranteed analysis"on ment offers many advantages. ". ,

ture ing capacity varied, the of average the millet was pas-two The the manufactuurer-t rtilizer: tag. has of a reason nitro- week Pclice; earn officers annual work leave five up days to 26 a H; All o! This For Only $139.95 -. _

for using several forms days a year depending on lengthof
acre.
cows per gen. For instance soluble nitro- government service,. and are
Heifers above 10 months pf gen i is quickly used by growing allowed 30 days of sick leave a Pay as little as $9.95 a month.
age and in thrifty condition plants and readily leached from year with pay (more if injuredin
gained at above normal rates on the water soluble receive
the soil If only line of duty) They free
this pasture. Animals seven to ten nitrogen were added to the medical and surgical care; their
months of age that were well-de fertilizer and no crops were grow- uniforms are furnished; and theyare alter a small down payment

veloped and in good condition ing in the field nearly all of this eligible for inexpensive government ,
made satisfactory gains on pas- form would b* lost with one good life insurance. The department -
ture alone. However, small or thin shower of rain on sandy soils. has an excellent retirement
animals at this age need some Organic forms of nitrogen are system.

supplementary concentrate. alowy converted to more soluble Full information and application -
Production costs averaged about forms by microbial activity in the forms may be obtained from
$44 per acre. Calculated feed re- soil many post offices from the U. S.
placement value of millet for The fertilizer tag may indicate' Civil Service Commission Washington
milking cows averaged $117 per that tobacco stems or some other D. C., or from Police
acre giving a net return of $73 filler was included in the fertilizer. Headquarters, 300 Indiana Avenue -

per acre. Since it is in excess of other N. W, Washington D. C.
Ue of all or practically all of sumed that titls material was Applications: will be accepted by
the forage produced is an important ingredients shown I it can be as- the commission's Washington office

factor in determining the used as a Tiller. So by reading the until further notice. .uii; : ,
profitability of a pasture, says fertilizer tag, you can be absolutely A
Dr. Marshall "If you produce a sure of what you're buying
quality pasture and do not use and" you can determine the
it," he adds "loss is experiencedin sources from which the plant food'
the same manner as if you elements came. Remember, buy'
purchase a bag of feed and allowit fertilizers on the basis of the coat

to spoil" per pound of plant food, and not
Proper and liberal fertilizationis the cost per pound of fertilizer.
MIN
necessary to get the best qual- SHOES FOR
ity forage from millet or any
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6-5661
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other temporary pasture. Graze CALL
the forage at the stage of growth Corsages, Potted Plants. '
SHORE'SMea's
when it is tender, palatable and By wire we serve the world. HOME OF THE THREE ROOM GROUPING :
nutritious. Weddings Funeral Bouquets. .
Wear .
Subdivide the pasture into several ELSIE BAKER .

small areas and graze the Florist : : :
' pots rotationally. Millet should be EASY TERMS LOWEST PRICES
grazed when the plants are 12 to
20 inches tall and before the stalk 1 .
lassie i.r.s C1 .
begins to joint.

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Citrus fruit is just about the.! ,_ __u_ ____
size now that oj blotch will oc- I .
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cur if sprayed with oil. If fruitis -- -
over J inch in diameter it ipOaa 'thQueen z .
should not be sprayed with oil. 1 5850 SeHtk '7309E. CASSELBERRY ; 1"r
should be Hoot moat It aJlfJ&- :
Oil delayed until fruit ;;
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and red spider v =CeJcmial' .enHwy.1792 : '..
mites are quite a bouu Dairy QWn* 'f" : { -c- "
problem. in some groves novr. V iunna tat itIfre&II.1Inw. eountej* Trail -:' ,;:-: .! : ,:.....- ,;'.., ; : MELBOURNE. V:PETERSBURG
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but may build up by summer. ORLANDO -:.. .:..: ,- '. : :j15{ "#"..; .' .
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blindfolded. Each fertilizer bag ; is required by law to carry a Barbara mad James Smelizer, 'Owaers.. j i'.i 7 -"t -. .
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kiJJitntneegrew", uatch Garden Diggin's I''WashingtonSee-SR"\V. \ t Letters To The Editor



By WIN PENDLETON .

by PAT DUKE week our" travels took us to Chi- qured of our taxi driver if he April 39, 19N lei 11th Street

cago. While there, the newspapers percfeance- knew where an eager St. Cloud, Florida
Someone left a very pretty succulent Lake A&opka in Winter Garden. carried a story that seemed so horse player might wager a bock To the Editor: April 29, 196.J

plant at the flower show The Jacarandas are bloomingand lopsided that it was almost amus or two. "Are you ladling? If

'' BUNT $ and Catie Sipple has it at her it is one beautiful sight to ing. We mention it because we I you are really a horse player, We of Uw Kissimmee Pareat To tile Editor:

By RITA home, waiting for the owner to see a cloud of purple againstthe think, it shows some of the symp- you'll find the places. Ask any Teachers Association thank aB The member of our Joshua

ow claim. sky. My elite friends inform toms of the unbalanced thinking bar in the loop." those persons who participated! in Stevens Chapter, Daughters of

JACKSON FURNITURE COMPANY announces that the winnerof Get your best bib and tucker me it isn't purple-it's mauve- that .is causing much of the so- This shows that it isn't the law our regular' March meet, the American Revotetfen) of St.

DeWitt Strickland. out airing for the Garden Club I years ago I learned purple on called "civil rights" disturbancesnow on the books that means anything, thanks Cloud wish to think you for
Mrs. extead
furniture We also specific
the three of was :
complete rooms annual luncheon and: installation: the color chart and regardless of being headlined in the news but the manner of i its enforcementHere Icing so Dice about publishing;
Rt. 5 Box 31-A, Kissimmee. Mrs. Strickland won the prize at a free meeting" May 17 (Tuesday at what Paris friends it's to..the St. Ctosd prA fer wtofc.
on may say- throughout the Southern states. we saw two respectable citi- die artkfee we submitted eon-
is employedby
drawing held at the store Saturday night. Mr. Strickland have children 2:30. The meeting will be at the purple! The Parkinsonias (Jerusalem The Chicago story was about a zens barrassed by a law designedto ing us weB at ear St. Cloud gibing ear Oa etola High School,
Hubbard Construction Company. They seven '
the and Bob. Presbyterian Church Annex with thorn) are sending out the bingo that raided. The clean up the underworld of meeting in spite flit the fact that senior girl ehaaeo as our "Good
John Jeff Billy, Barbara game was
Thomas Max
home ,
living at : affirmed that felt
it twice it
1701 Ernest the luncheon tickets costing $1.50eae fore-runners of their yellow flow- had not started, but gambling, while the real gambling CtttMB" of th* year.
Other winners were as follows: Sandra Kay gersollt. game everything
that it should set undertake
You ; call Ruby Simmons They are so satisfactory joints weren't even touched. co- do ranch
lamp nay ers. to Arrestedwere Wo all appreciate $
recliner chair Mrs. William Lucas, 315 Neptune, a floor ; was ready go.
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Tl 6-2761 or the hospitality because they bloom nearly all ladies leaders Which convinces us that no so- sponsorship. The good wishes oi the publicity you }hove given as.
St. Josie Wolfe 1630 two society ,
Mrs. Helen Lee Farmer, 206 Marion lamp; Mrs ,
the St. Cloud PTA augured well
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chairman of your circle for reservations summer- htat is until husband called "civil rights" law in the Sincerely
Nose. 55 and the other 60. The
boudoir chair Mrs. Lydia one
Oak St. set of tables Ethel Cordell, ;
; for what is goingto be backs into them and oh boy; do world can forcibly elevate the ne- as the St. Cloud meeting was
worthy, 1107 Georgia Ave.. St. Cloud, folding aluminum chair; Lawrence story said they were heading a well attended and informative.The Mrs. R.E.) Nina W. Thompson
lunch dished social (
one good up by those stickers get a talking to gro race to equalityanywhere. -
Main drive for
of Gilbert 703 to raise charity
Evelyn
Tomlinson, Kissimmee, set lamps; money a
those churcbwomen. Amy Lau, Anyhow they are pretty. Only goodwill and understanding basic purpose of meeting Corresponding. Secretary
St. of lamps, and Mrs. Houston pair of lamps. Saturdaywill i and had decided to hold a bingo
pair
The Senior : our district director will install Get out your oil emulsion spray can do this. If the Nation. in St Cloud was to secure St.
be Senior Class Day Jackson Furniture Company. party to reach the goal. Apparently
As rule for the white flies al Association. for the Advance- Cloud viewpoint on current school
he officers. a general and get ready
class of the St. Cloud High: School will be in charge of ta* store all this is a common practicein
the is bunch of other starting ment of Colored People really matters so that the county RUPTUREEASEHTJLkM.V3.ru.oa
sell and deliver all Garden Club a and all pest are now -
close the store display the The
day. They will open and neighborhood. party
school board might better understand .
eradication session and wants to "advance" the colored -
shorts
their
blue-jeaned or women run-
merchandise throughout the day. The class will receive 5% of all was in a swank hotel. to rt.w srr vista
all sales have sent in during ning around with a spade in you have to. be fast to beat them. race it would embark on a pro- on what school sutatioa*
and commission they
tales on that day a on The accounts told of
hand-but one time a year all of Keep your shrubs well wateredfor newspaper gram of goodwill building and the two towns already agree and

this week.LESTEIt.MANN AGENCY announces that George Younger is hem air out the moth balled dryness seems to>> just invite tears of embarrassment and fear work at efforts for better under- can support the school board. \ _
and humiliation that followed the
hats and dresses and come out the bugs to dinner. standing between the races. All other purposes were subsid D'UI
now associated with the firm. George and his wife, Doris hail from the law. the : light.,
of Later
Larry 8 and Stephen, 5. Younger has looking like Mrs. Astor's.pl1Uh Do you ever drive through the appearance And although some exponentsof iary.The
have two ,
Tampa. They sons, charges dismissed on the the "civil bill hail it audience free to discuss ,,:r.
five in the lorse"! It's a treat to see them countryside and I mean countrynot wire rights" as was S495 .
had expenence :
t years
< grounds that the arresting officer z2'/0 SI leivdn8
'' and great advance it anything in which it was
:" "' ''eJi1 insurance business and he will all! housing additions, etc.- a we see as
":\ had no search warrant No- than another tool interested currie- A straff form-ftttkif wuhftbl tup-
nothing ,
specialize in accident and health The Rose Circle will meet May see the exquisite wild flowers more : pay-as-you-go port for reducible Inguinal hernta Back
t!. insurance. The firm also handles 12th at 12:30 In Brinson Park fu that are doing fine with no one body was hurt, other than endur- in the hands of those who wish ulcm, consolidation of seniorhighs A Letng. ustab.
fire and casualty insurance. Mr. a covered dish luncheon and ,in- running spreading 6-6-6 or manure : ing the frustration of having to intimidate and harrass and educational TV, an appointive pad. 10e Mcl or leather bends. F..
.
,
Younger will move his family to stallation of officers.: In case of on them? It gives truth to their plans blocked and the indig- cause trouble. A big stick to be i superintendency, or SMSMF wrana* arrant chilim.. rrr:f =
nity of having been booked for used to knock heads together. whatever. Some of these were Mm..UU richt, left side. ....!..
Kissimmee after the school term ram we will scramble for cover, many of our present day organic .
theories let nature gambling. We think the ladies will Certainly, it won't contribute to mentioned but only in passing.The A*v. < i U&\Vo.
in June. Younger is a member of so don't let a littl* water stop gardening -
the Catholic Church and his wife, you. teach us a lesson in plant health. live it down. better relations and goodwill and I. audience preferred to hear 114 Broadway

Doris, is a Methodist. He said Another" reminder of impor- Instead of running all of your But, the episode does raise a understanding between the. races. factsrather than air opinion. Asa

yesterday that he had visited Kis ance-reservations for the District kitchen garbage down that mon- question of the proper: balance of Which we need so" badly. in the result the St. Cloud meeting

; simmee several times and that he ; President's Conference ster dry gulch, the garbage dis- law enforcement and civil rights.It present crisis.Chamber's. was, to quote a teacher's wile ARf

had always wanted to live here., "HJoist the Sail" must be in to posal; put those coffee grounds, shows how unfair can be the "wonderfully objective? .

.. We are happy to welcome these kfrs. Edwin Payne Winter Garden egg shells, and vegetable peelingsout heavy hand of the law. We do not ,, The St. Cloud meeting was the !-v Ii'p

= ; new residents. by May. 15 and costs $2.50for under your shrubbery to feed know the ladies in the case. But I Buyers'Guide second of three school forums.

registration, lunch and gra- it. And don't go telling me that we are fairly certain that a phone DistributedThe The timing, jot before political

PARKS FURNITURE STORE tuities. The Plant Distribution out in the country people don't call from the chief of police, I elections, was very much on pur -

announces new store hours. The Program takes place plus a half- run around throwing coffee warning that their bingo game Kissimmee Chamber of

store wilt open 8 a.m. to 5:30p. : hour of flower a. nging.-a good grounds wider shrubs-I know it was against the law, would have Commerce's 1960 Buyers Guide pose.Florida PTA objectives and

f m. Mondays through Fridaysand rogram.: This meeting will beheld -but nature dies and fertilizes brought an end to the whole af- and Membership Roster is now i-poncy clearly make political ac- r

from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sat- at the city auditorium on yearly by itself. fair. We think a word from the available. All members have re- tion, as long' ES it is nonpartisan -

urdays. The store will close at arresting officer would have been ceived a copy and large supplies a PTA privilege; perhapseven

12:30 p.m. on Thursdays throughout enocgh to call off the party. have been placed in hotels, motels an obigatkxi. Itxe three

the summer and will be open But, no! The ladies were arrested and service stations. pre-election school forums were "

GEORGE YOUNGER evenings by appointment.THE and arraigned. The arresting The booklet contains over 120 political and fully intended to be

HOUSE OF BARGAINS announces a change in their sched Too Late To ClassifyBY officer piously said, "They were service and product classifica

ule. The store will remain open Monday Tuesday, Wednesday: Friday breaking the law." tions. Listed also are the names so.Any person interested in the ,

and Saturday from 9 ajn. to 5:30 pjn. and will close aU day ,We are not arguing that bingo and telephone numbers of the details of permissible PTA politi- J

Thursday. The House of Bargains is located at 202 Main Street. should be played. Or that ladies Chamber Board of Directors aswell cal work is urged to speak to

NEW MERCURY STREET LIGHTS were turned on Monday RUSSELL (PAPPY) KAY should be allowed to break the as other important telephone any Kissimmee PTA officer, or 'st

night on Main Street between Broadway and Vine Street. The new law. But, we would suggest to numbers, fire department, police, to borrow that officer's PTA VJi

lights have been set back from the present paving to provide room the Chicago police that if they sheriff, etc. An added feature ot manual, or to buy a manual. =

for widening Highway 1792. The water tower on Oak Street is near- Thousands of folks. on the to meet the needs of elderly are sincere about breaking up the booklet is a list of the civic May we all work together to

ing completion and adds another red light to Kissimmee's nighttime verge of retirement are looking people substantial discounts enable gambling in their city, they begin clubs and organizations, their preserve the past quality of this -

skyline. Another red light was added last month on the horizon whenit toward Florida as their future oldsters to travel in groupson with the bookies and lay-off 'meeting times and the organiza county's schools throughout the

was placed atop the tower at Kissimme Transit Mix's new two-way permament home. Most of them tours designed to give them rooms. tion's presiding utficer. growth period that we face.

radio installation. have fixed income from ,rest and recreation and within .' "
will pensions When we lived there some 23 Persons inquiring at the cham-
OPEN HOUSE AT LYNDELL HOMES will be held Thursday returns on investments 'reach of their budget incomes. Jack Varty, Outgoing Fesideat, 'NG
I or years ago, the loop was infested ber concerning services and F--o-'
through Sunday from 4 to 6 Lyndell Homes are located Lavon will
p.m. on made over the years. Some Now the association is opening with them. On this visit we in- ducts are referred to the booklet Kissimmee PTA ,
Street north of Oak and are built by Odell Bronson. This beautiful this through the sale
supplement nursing homes<< where the aged
: .
three bedroom home has one large bath and many wonderful features homes. --'" -
business I
of ox may be cared for at reasonablecost
that make it real at $14,500. The will be
a buy down payment arranged. below
from all walks of far those usually
Here's the. bonus offer being: made by Odell to the purchaser of this They come CADDELLSTARLINCCHEVROLET
have varied interests. charged Members of the
life and
fine home. A $500.00 bedroom grouping: will be_5'given free to the growing .
purchaser of this home. Jackson furniture Comanyhas completely They win seek sunshiny and comfortable organization are provided f INC.
home for the house easy living. Few are interested with a variety of services, a ,
furnished this Lyndell open You are invited to i
attend the open house and inspect its many fine features. in bright lights, night strong Washington lobby looks
clubs racing and the like. They after their interests as far as

seek locations far removed from legislation affecting hte aged is 1 I
n Ipy 1 such activites where they will concerned. Drug and medical NOW UNDERNEW

find congenial neighbors, com- costs are sharply reduced. Insur-

New New Models : munity interests and can pursue ance is provided; for those aged 0K
Designs hobbies with kindred spirits. 65 or over and it is noncancelable 1R

Some would like to find full for life as long as mem-

time employment to sup bership in the organization is MANAGEMENTSAVE.
For 1960 by Jim WalterBe or plement part their incomes. Most maintained. .. INTRODUCTORY SALE
\
dread the thought of being a Headquarters of the American -

sure to see all the latest designs on the Jim Walter Jam- burden to their loved ones. They Association of Retired Persons is -.,, .

boree every Thursday night at 7:00 P. 3L\ WLOF-TV Channel realize that their children have in Washington, D.C. but local offices
9, featuring the Stanley Brothers and their Clinch Mountain are being established
their own problems and are en-
Bora. STATION WAGONS SAVE.
titled to a life of their own so thruoghout the country. Recently .

ti"'R r they seek a place for themselves St. Petersburg vas designatedas

3 + t td tv. where they can meet the sunset an activity area and now 1957 CHEVROLET 1957 CHEVROLET V-8 1957 CHEVROLET

of life on their own. Floridians may receive the benefits V-8 Delray Club Coupe 4-Door Townsman WagonAn Bel-Air V-3 Spt. Sedan

offered through the St. Light blue with all vlnyl-plaa- .
Problems of the aged are .4 aM white
Petersburg drug store where purchases tic upholster Has beater and Extra Special One-Owner Wa&onith original 2-tone Tfcte beautiful _
4-dr. Hardtop to a on wner
many. Rising living costs presenta may be made in person white white and turquoise paint. Driven only 25,784 miles. Equippedwith ear with Power(lld., Power
problem,, maintaining health cr by mail at substantial dis- walls.u1C95 Powerglide Automatic Transmission. M *rtn Radio and Whtt.wali
becomes more difficult. Shrinking A REAL BUY AT ONLY$1495
counts. A first rate nursing $1495
thai
dollars cut the income:
home is being established and an
wouldbe ,
r 1 1a nt one time they thought 4 to
insurance service is available 1956 DODGE V-8 L
than sufficient to meet
a Re.Re.i their more needs.:. covering both hopital and home Royal.door 1957 CHEVROLET 1956 CHEVROLET 1955 CHEVROLET

moderate 2-DR. HANDYMANDR.. HANDYMAN
at cost.
care very A real nice white way and red
interested 210 6 cyL 4-Door
c- -- Florida communities Oldsters want to pay their way S-ton car with Powerflite radio ScMwntcal t-crUnder Standard -cylinder with PawerglU rod -
.. such folks would do and beater. SMft with radio heater, and Heater. Thia i low taltetrte .
," -- in attracting but resent being gouged. The wMU-walU. THIH WEEK: a 2..... Beige and Kierra a'oM
'. ", '. _. well to count their change and ONT-T. one-owner car. A real eat ear with PowerIMe. -
NRTA looks like the $795 .
answer
'. ; "<...: '- _'..= see just what they have to offer $1295 $".95 ,_ *

--.-.... -<;, :/ such prospective homeseekers. > $695

.
What does your city or surrounding -
offer? Has I 1955 CHEVROLET See one of these courteous salesmen: ,
Southern Belle Cash Price $2595 area have to PIMHETylfllNNNIY .
your Chamber of Commerce l 210 V-8 4-Door Mark Powell Tom Bracken 1955 BUICK 4-DOOR
The whole family will enjoy this beautiful new model with
1ie..2't e'wait and
its deep, comfortable front porch. made a surrey to determine living t tfef-- A bin*> paint 1 Job. Has popularPowergUd Urht Harvey Jones Carroll Starling White and Light Blue.

costs, advantages from a rec- 11' *. rMlar Bpceial wtttoaad Dvif'o

.News.....If...Cd reational standpoint? Chance if $795 b *ter.
ecoos iw In!MK Md.tO.dt. rata full or part-time employment,? Low Cost $695

.A............aM.tydlitbatre \ Health conditions, costs of hospital .
l1ua and medical care? Are G.MA.C.Rates .
F...htpl attire lams church and social: activities ade- The latest county to face the 1955 BUICK SUPER Terms ToFit 1955 FORD V-8

..Teats p n*ntar pfc* quate? Will your community be question of allowing child brides Rlricra 2-Dr. Hard-Top .
T.M.w *i1.i1s.rsrlarttairiMgipttteltl Fairlane 4-Door
tf
1tN. concerned or interested in these and juvenile! grooms to attend white and aNbt bhie KquiDPfd Your
r classes with kids Golf. with l> steerinwand Wnlte and .
*'- them single is 'f'Uf'q.fette.
M + ; oldsters once have sold .
: .hur"eMdltigpaM. :":. you Drake, Radio Hater.fat- Has economic ov.r.rfliw. radio
a home and entered their nameson The word from Wewahitchka ed Glass and \\hlte-\\alla. .*4 heater.
"1IIIr'c.a atatkmioaee your tax roll and what Win the capital of Gulf county is thatit Budget"CHEAPIES"
I the is likely older married students $795 $795USED
the tax take be, now and in .
future? -those above the 5th grade-may N

5t ray Mair this Concerned with these and other be permitted to attend school, but .
divorced be barred. "CHEAPIES" TRUCKS
pupils
coupon today? problems of the aged, Dr. Ethel may
Andres retired teacher Anybody who's been to Wewa-
Percy a CHEVROLET
pioneered in the establishment of hitchka win understand why mar- 1951 Olds 2 Dr. $145 1953 Old 2-Dr..539S 1952 Plymsuth ".$175 198 ft-TON PICK-UP

p.M_........I en organization to aid retired riage of pupils is a problem. On. owner truck with good
teachers through the National There ain't nothing to do there 1952 Studebaker $195 1955 Packard .. $495 1950 Chevrolet $125: tires, radio and hater
1 JIM WALTER CORPORATION I

1 I am w..tecl 14 ownna a .Jina Warier Jt .1 Retired Teachers her Association.effort she So hot don't go-like fishing to fish and some kids 1953 Plymouth .. .$195 1954 PontiacS39S 2954 Olds "*8" .$695 $1095

1 successful was 1955 CHEVROLETTON
home and would tau dote InIonnation. -' extended organixe If there ever was a town In
-- her activities to PICK-UP
I line a clear deed to III'lot. .. . s . .a e.D the American Association of which baby sitters are likely to Another one ownerpw erW9t. with
1 .. ... .. l be older than the
P'HNsurdlit.-'r..J.' .ta.tfaa. ..D fareata- whose paint Job aod.a sew
Persons
Retired ;
1 Pleau haw a r..lltl.the cd Oft IN'. .. .a, .a ... .D I. his babies they sit with, Wewahitchka 'CHEV. V-8 SPT. CPE. tire
1955
1 '" -.. .t The organization now some is that borg. Extra $795
t 1Me 4004)00) members and is growing
1 1 Advantages of membership My, how times have changed. .' A real clean black beauty with straight stick.. 1954 CHEVROLET'
1 Addr" 1 1 rapidly. When 1 was in school all the .
pu- Radio Heater aad White-Wall Tires.
,
which is available at mod- 8'5 Vr-TONJPICK-UPe
1 Desctbo I rout- 1 I est cost to of 65 yeses oils were'single and the teachers Special Yea can'i beat A >...... track

1 1 persons hoping to get married -,.. .- for only .
I- 1 of age or over: tedude' s substantial -

._---------------------ralp. discount on the purchaseof Dr And Mrs. Curtis Reese of $495
medical supplies and drugs.
nOl Catherine Street in Orange

By ordering through Association Gardens will leave for their summer -

JIM WALTER stores to oldsters 40 per cent save on front drug 25 purchases percent They home will in return Kentackjrttia in the falL mont. : .

CAD1EU CHEVROLET
Th*an Association insurance. :: baS service established STABLING INC.>


ft A t l which covers not only hospital 1 1l GRADUATETHEK flY .
but home calls 'oroffice
l service USED CARS ,'!
For more information contact .
KISSDIMEE. FLA. I calls from doctors. .
WENDELL KETCHIM: Realizing that oldsters like to .
314 E. Vine St Kissimmee, Fix or (Birddog.Orlando .
FU. travel, arrangements" were ; 101M MeATH MAIN ST. l6t." 1r l'tasd... klI NE
call Collect GA 2-S114, Orlando, Fla. ) -U, S. AIR I FORCE APB TI'7.z68.t
worked out to set up special 1 ..' _. ", ,
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the committee in charge wd entertain Florida's Growth Shows |I The Kfaslmm Gazette, Thursday May 5 1960 .Pa S
What Florida Offers! & ._ .e,
> ''Dr. Curtis W: Reese and serve refreshments. I
Important Increase -
,. \ With the return of spring, '

Folks Planning To Retired I making Highlanders lawns ,have and "shrub bee -ate busy "Florida's' growing importance Attraction Opens

Unitarian Leader tive. Special mention fr beaattful f& national :affairs is one-- result .

By RUSSELL KAY with Broward leading the entire landscaping goes to the Wallace of the state's expanding econo-

Folk who visited Florida tenor state with a population increaseof Powell and Fred Smith resi my," the Florida State Chamberof

fifteen years ago and remember 147%. Close behind the forecast By FRED BRUSSOW dences. There gents seem ta have Commerce pointed out in New Location
it as it was then are astounded shows Sarasota in second Staff Writer I CHURCH DEADER the proverbial "green thumb" andean day. yester

when they return today. Hose place with 130%; Orange third be observed almost dai.Jy
who have not seen the state since with 128% and Palm Beach Dr. Curtis W. Reese, now local working outdoors. "Since almost every phase ofFlorida's The curiosity of Orange Blossom -, marsupial and prehensile tailed

the boom days,of the 20's are even fourth with 104%. The figures resident, was born in Ashville -p- Another residence worthy ofmention' economy is growing I Trail motorists will be satisfied mammal with seven of he; prog*

more amazed.It apply to the areas of the main 'N. C.. in\the heart of the Blue is the Dave Aubert rest faster than national averages, Saturday as the gates will eny, a mother opposum and her-
the state is its sharef be opened at the block-long stock-
stepping babies.
was my privilege recently to cities Ridge country. His father like dence. Along the front of their up
national total," the State ade-like structure, one and a half Features of
drive some out-of-state guests on The Kiplinger data is compiledin most of the other members of home they have a variety of cacti Circus Wonderland
Chamber said miles north of Kissimmee Flor- .
tour of a good part of South the form of an attractive the family were southern Baptists. which are growing beautifully.These "For example, in ida's first ; are feats of magic and the per
1&58 Floridians multi-theme West-
received of park
2J4% formance of
Florida. They had been away color, map which shows- the ex- Deciding that two many "cooks"spoil represent plants they have the total personal income earnedin ern Ghost Town and StorybookZoo. Horse. Bookie. the Wonder
from the state many years and pected growth of each county the broth, Curtis decidedto gathered from various sections ol the .
remembered Florida, as a flat- with different colors used to become a member of the Unitarian Florida. nation; hi 1959 the figure I "Sheriff Jim" KUlip. magician

footed country girl I in pig tails, designate which of several brack- Church. Back moved up to 2.41x. Although the I The Western Ghost Town recreates and animal trainer, is the proprietor -.
to
Mr. Fred Smith
on per
cent is slight, it represents the atmosphere of the old
just starting ta After I his Geological as well as sheriff of Ghost
really grow.I these in. Tha receiving
ets counties
are I Beaumont Ave since his wife many millions of dollars and indicates west, with 20( holdings, Indian
got a real thrill out of theftreaction and chart giving this interesting degree he went to Des Moines, an I Town. Sheriff Jim is well knownto
map and favorite
cook has left to the
of the
expansion consumer tepee and Boot Hill Tn
as we drove about the data be secured from Iowa, where he was appointedIowa' the chilren for his TV appearances
may visit with relatives he's been market
within Florida during office not only has gold andfool's
Tampa-St. Petersburg area, then the Kiplinger organization in first commissioner of hous- assay c and to adult audiences foril
starving. He slates his ability in the past year. gold, but a variety of minerals his
oq down to Manatee and Sarasota Washington, D.C. for $2. ing and was instrumental in getting hte il magical performances. Killipi
[ kitchen
limits itself to boning "Cash received farmers i stones and fossils make It
counties over the Skyway Bridge passed the first state wide income by a has been elected secretary of the
across Hillsborougb Bay. law on housing in Iowa. J water. Anybody have any left- from sale of livestock and virtual science museum The Ghost Lions Club and is a director of
over apple pie or chocolate cake livestock stood 1.01. Town relics in the date !
Vast areas they remembered as First Methodist Later he was appealed secretary products at museum the Kissimmee Valley Livestock:
undeveloped wood lands, are now of Wsetern Unitarian Conference However the amount of energy in 1958 an 1.08% last year. Income [back to the days of the old west, i Show.

covered with thousands of new Church. Activities a position he held fon shown while out mowing the from crops make up 3.46% plus a number of odd and unusual I The Western Ghost Town will;

homes with people living in them. ten years and for the next four- lawn leads us to believe he's a of the national total in 1968 and items which' will interest be open daily from 9 ajn. till 6-

The trip was one continual gasp ot Services at the First Methodist teen years he was president of better cook than he contends. 4.05% hut year. This latter figure adults as well as children. p.m. Saddle horses will be available

amazement as far as ray guests Church begin' with church the conference. is Florida's proportion of any The bank displays some rather for hire, and mule-train'*

were concerned. The splendid new school at 9:45 ajn. and there are Dr. Reese has served on the Activites significant national figure and re- unusual money and is the focal rides for the kiddies. Admission
ofJehovah's
highways surprised them, they classes for all ages, including a board of directors of the Mead- Dr. Curtis Reese of Kissira- fleets the importance of the state point for the exciting holdup will be unusual in that accompanied -.

missed the scrawny cows and nursery for infants and small ville Theological School since the mee. was at one time presidentof Witnesses vegetable and citrus crops." where youthful visitors with their children will be admitted

razor-back hogs that used: to give children. early 1920's and is still a member the Western Unitarian Conference The following measures of "six shooters" form a posse to free and a free pass issued to

motorists such a headache before The morning worship service of this board. and is still on the boardof Friday, May 6, 7:30 p.m.: Ministry Florida's national "weight all help the sheriff apprehend the one adult] in each-family visiting

Fuller Warren drove them off. begins at 11 o'clock and Sunday He has written several bookson directors of the Meadrille school talks on "Writing After derived from official studies or holdup men. the attraction good for one year

The countless attractive motels there will be a special service the philosophy ,of humanismand Theological School a position he the Flood"; "Who Is Respon estimates, are also mentioned by The Storybok Zoo second fea-

along the route fascinated them. when the children who have been one of his sermons was chosen has held since the early twen sible for Increased World Trouble the State Chamber. Bank deposits ture of the multi-theme park is

How could so many stay in business attending membership classes, to be included in the book, ty's. (Photo by Cooper) ;' and What Does It Mean?" expanded from 1.8070 to 1.9996; situated in another area, separated Mf Ncihhors

? Where did their:: patronagecome ,will be received into the church. the World's Greatest Sermons, "How the Holy Bible Began To life insurance in force from 2.20Ck from the Ghost Town. This is

from? The fact that they The Chancel Choir will sing the which includes the Sermon on watching their speedometers 5o Be Written"; Bible reading of to 2.31o/c ; retail sales from 3.13'7 entered by actually turning the I ..

were weU patronized was evi- anthem, "I Looked For God," by the >fount and ether famous dis driving through the Psalm 7834 to 78:72. to '3.31and federal internal page of a big Mole representing

denced by the number of "no-ya- Roberts. Rev. Henry A. Guy will courses. Dr. Reese also] wrote a The committee on "speed-spot-Highlands. Sunday, May 8, 7:00: p.m. public revenue collected in Florida from the nursery rhymes, and :the-con I I II

cancy" signs we saw. And all the bring the Mother's Day message.On chapter in the book, The Mind has talk: "What Is God's Way. to 1.3970 to 1.46'. tents are revealed as the animal
ting" -
new homes, where did they find Sunday evening, the Methodist of America. who persist reported in ignoring only the a"chil few Salvation1 One of the questions Measures in volume, rather heroes of children's nursery

people tQ buy them? Youth Fellowship meets for In 1959, Dr. Reese received the dren playing" signs. Those wh to be answreed is: Salvationfrom than in dollars, show electric pow- lUjHtra and fouiea. Here tne animals -

They were equally impressedwith supper at 6:00 followed by theMYP Unitarian award for distinguished continue to use these Highland what? The subject of the er production at 2.1770 of nation may be fed, petted and,pho .

our industrial developmentand programs at 6:30.: The eve service toward liberal religions streets for a will be Watehtower, study and discussion al production in 1958 and 2.27, tographed.The .
jtet couldrt believe their ning worship service starts a t and also the Unitarian award for speedway is "The Master's Manner of Teitching. last year. Passenger car registrations Circus Wonderland atmos-
called
by the citizens I /
upon com w
7:30 with the '
eyes as we passed new industrial Rev. Guy bringing social justice. mittee on Safety for children. .0' stood at 3.17% and phere is created by a building .
our
plants of most modern construction message. Fof fifty years he 'WaS dean of Wednesday, May 11, 8 p.m.: 3.4186. During the year Florida's simulating the entrance to a sideshow -
beautifully landscaped with The King's Daughters Class the Abraham Lincoln social center The Highland Women's Club Bible book study in the Bible aid population pushed up from 2.61% tent and the miniature circus ;- YI
will meet at 230 p.m. in the in will hold its next regular monthly "Your Will Be "
spacious parking areas. Chicago which was housed Done On Earth. to 2.70%. Nonagricultural employ- cage wagons with interestingand
We who live here sense the bungalow on Monday. Hostesses in the first major building designed meeting at the Commcnitj The congregation of Jehovah's ment in manufacturing plants, in unusual animals. One of the '. In the garden dear,

constant growth and expansionall will be Mrs. Georgia Shaver, by Frank Lloyd Wright Building on May 10, at 8:30 p.m.: Witnesses, Ocean Street, invites the state moved upward from most interesting currently being enjoying gracious suburban

abottt us, we see new roads Mrs. IL 0. McDaniel Mrs. J. B. Dr. Reese met his wife in Kentucky Following the business meeting, all persons of good-wiU to attend. 1.1570 to 1.22%. shown is North America's only UvinZl"

being built, new plants watch Anderson and Miss Myrta Wet- where they still spend their _

the opening of new subdivisionsand more. summers.
construction of* homes on a There will be a combined quarterly The Reeses have three children, r- .

wholesale basis but ocr reaction conference and official board two daughters and one son. Marie -4

cannot compare to that of the meeting' on Monday evening at; took her master's degree at ii T : \ -j .
7:30 in the bungalow. AH membersare
-
person who has been away fromit the University of Chicago, and .
all and returns after an absence urged to attend. later married Donald B. Wilson ..- ;: ,' ,.
of ten years or more. On Wednesday the Minnie who is secretary for the Societyof :

Those who remember the boom Fielding Circle meets at 9:30 a. Crippled Children.

and its tragic aftermath shake m. and the Young: .Mothers' Circleat Rachel received her Ph.D. in

their heads fend sk, "Aren't you 3:30( pjn.Presbyterian. anthropology and is now marriedto

over doing it\,?" "Haven't you Emile J. Sady who is on the

just about reached the saturation Church staff of the United Nations, and

i point?" When I tell them that 1 they reside in Hastings on the
'
think we are. just starting to Activities ListedThe Hudson.

grow and start picturing the future Their son Curtis W. Reese,, Jr,
J : I vision for the state they chancel choir meets Thurs- is part of the manpower team

I r; think I am off my rocker.I day at 1:45 p.m. at the church for lof> the federal government. ff
cant say that I blame them rehearsal. Sunday services begin Mr. and Mrs. Reese first cameo .

for I can recall periods fa the. witbj' unday school I at,9:45 a.m. Florida in 1956' and had'their i .

past when I harbored aimU31> and thbte_are {}lasses' for all ages. home built in OrangevGara'en4 j ," .,. ,/

thoughts myself. However, I am Worship 1s ,at '11 a.ra.The Rev. and in 1957 moved:- into; 'their t" l'r '?" ft' ,

gratified to note that authoritieson Don L. Van Etten wilt have as home. They spend their winters in t',:< : i -.-J.' .- I
Florida and :
the subject confirm my belief his sermon topic: "A Mother's their summers on a .,' ,
ranch in Kentucky.
Imperishable Influence. The
and predict even greater progress choW ,
under the direction of .
than I anticipate. -
I recently received The Kip- Geieler will render the anthem, L'F' ------J
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linger forecast of Florida's population "Now Thank We All Our God1br I Highlands L= I
Bach.
growth daring the next .
decade. It sounds fantastic butI'm :The United Presbyterian Youth : "
,will meet Sunday at 6 p.m. in' Strengthen America's Peace Power.
inclined to believe that it i is .
the educational building. "Sun Highlights '
pretty accurate considering
dae Sing" will be the feature this
what has and is happening allover !
week.

Our the present state. population is ,es r The Junior Choir will meet on Most interesting news in the
Tuesday at 3:15' the church
timated at 4,703,000. Kiplinger I pan. at Highlands this week is the "High-

sees continued rapid growth that I for rehearsal. The Jennie Hutton !land Fling" coming up this Sat..
i Circle will meet Tuesday at 2:30
will give .cs ,a population of urday at the Orange Gardens
7.877,000 in the next 10 p.m. The Ruth Circle will meet Community Bldg.
years. I I
Tuesday at 8 in the educational
This population growth will be building.p.m. -' Because the Highlands Wom-

spotty:; of course, with some fa- The midweek service will beheld en's Club felt "all work and no I1\\T\\
vored areas showing increases ] play" would make for dull living, ..
I Wednesday at 7:30: in '
from 50%: to 147%." the educational building.: p.m.Singing it was decided to have an all (

Counties listed t'1'this rapidly of favorite hymns. Study of community party. Therefore th.

developing bracket, are Dade,, I i Ephesians, chapter 4. social committee has been busy .

Broward, Orange Palm Beach, preparing for the first Highlands, ;

D u va"1 Hillsborough, Pine tors t Get the most of the best for the gettogether.. "i ...

Brevard, Escambia and Saraao t{ I least through Gazette advertisine.Church The event will begin ate 9 p.nv. .
and first on the rjrogranx will tic.


I Schedule a types Following novel-round"get will, acquainted"square be dancing mixers.session.-.Ta-,all !+.;...; -


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prefer cards and conversation. i

Church FIRST and BAPTIST Sproul oirncn OF GOD Now when you hear a tremen- .
124 Bryan St. '
Offic Phone TI f1au"day dous commotion out here these

School ____ t:4t sin Sunday School __.-.,--. 10:00: a.m. nights-don't call oct the riot
Wor hl>StrrJc .. .:J9 & ltS5 ara.Tmiulnf Morning Worship- ,
Union ___.._-___ '::15 p.m. Worship .___.. 7:30 LID.E"enlng squad foreit wilt be the entertainment '.
p.m.
______ -:
Krening, Service _._- TJO p.m. Mid->Veek (Wed.) 7:30 p.m. committee under the direction ::7\. '
Mid-We Wed.) 1:00 p.m. Y. P. Endeavor-Frt._ 730 p.m.
of .
H. P. AMOS Pastor" Craig Bell preparing a
It. C. NORTON, Pastor
lIt r.ta Way 1>b,. TI '>SS5 lit Bryan St. Ph. '*i C-4IU ;round of hilarious entertainment. ; '

FIRST PBESBYTRRIAN- Craig's Crazy Combo has been r : ; Buy U.S. Savings Bonds .

Church Street. Opp. Pest Office .FIRST-! METHODIST practicing all week on a repertoire
Sunday. School __. _,._ ':U ant.Morntn Church and Dakln of ,.
delightful tones. Those
.
c Worship -- It a-m.
Youth Fellowship ,?..... _.-<: p-m. Sunday Scho.| .., __-_ tU: a.m. who will, perform with him are _
?4dWe.ked.1 _____ 7:JO p.m. Mornliur Worship .__ 11:00 a-m.
: as follows: ButiblLag Bill Callahan ..
IliiV DORR VAN ETTE.Pastor' Youth Fellowship .-?- 0:00: pm.Kvenlna : .
1.t4 Emmett s-a. tl WHI : Ssrric -,,.-_._- 7:30 p.m. Rooein' Roy Bay,'High-Note
Uid-Wk (Wed.) :-- 7.00: pm.HENRY .
Ernie
Low-Note
Jack
Wagner
rr. JOHV:' ICPUC'f'ru.Bl"oach.ay A, OUt Pastor
red Sprout III Chinch St. < y XI (-3701A Leadore, Off-Note Harry Rose,,
Holy Conmumom!" tae am. Tone-Deaf Dick Cazier. and DownBeat -
Church School .,.._ .:1$ a.m.
Choral Eucharist ALVAItY CIIAPEI.sno Date Aubert :Now they'restill
((2nd and tth) 11 003iornlnE t ..Jfi...HI.,-UK GOO recruiting members so don't

(llet sad Prayer 3rd ,,-..,... 11&ft' -.m. tot ChurchSunday count yourself left. pet of this
Holy Communion (Tuaod&y) ...._- 7:00 pan.XSvfntnr horsing Worship._tn..- 11:00 &.m Ifl1iS
Pr y r-? I t1 paa.JOHX CUrisfs Ambassadors <:30 p.m.KTacrellitlc .Also, the entertainment field LIH
A. B NTON. JtW Vtcar _.,.....T.-- 7:30 p.tn. win include "Frantic Buck Jamison -
IIi R Dakin Pb. n 6*t10! 408 Church St Ph. TI 0-S$se
CHL'RCH or THE: SAZAREINE: who will swoon the gals
IE\"ETIID.tT:' ADVKXTISTit : Mid-Week (Wed.) _. __ 7:30: p.m. with his crooning. Thenthere .
ISIS Uabbette St.
No.Stervie Orlando(SaL)ArePreaching 1id Sabbath School (Sat.) leas :::. Morning Worship11:00: aEveatng 11. the "Cha-cha-cha* and :other ', '
Worship __ _' ., 7:30 p-m.
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MATHERS Uld.Week (Wed.' ) _.__. 7:30 a m. South American dances. by the< _
FIRST CIUWTtUlBroadway FRED TOMS.'.Pastor team of Pat and TitoChiri.. i
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Utt-rabbette St. Ph.TT. ICU2.CHJUJTL.Cr
_____and Mats_ Refreshments win be served
School
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Musing Worship __:___ 11zilrChrtsttan SCIEXCE SO QTY: later in the evening; by, the committee
Endeavor _-J 0:31" pm.lveatna *.Braamaa Inn. Dakia A* in charge
Service ___ 7:" p.m. Sunday' _________ 11:00 *.m, _
Those who this
__. are planning
!
Mld-Wcwk Wed> 7:00 p nL Wednesday .,. '1:10 _
Obolr Practle (W.L>< .*. fat ?a B.Bd.r School -_-___ ':JO Dm social include Mi. and Mrs. Bill, _
uniT COS.Pastor TEMPLE Mra Myrtle Orcnkle. Clerk: Callahan. Me. and Mrs. Alberto!
: MI5S10.\AKl BAnlITSUDct
FREE METHODIST Gera RMtMpfc sad Portage Chin, Mr. and Mr: 'j>Jack Lea _

Sunday School us__Mala_>___ ':f5 aoa. Mornlnj School Service__..___---- 10 a.m.a.m. doze Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cazier,

Morning Young Peopl.'a Worship oars _'___u.'.TrM a-m.p. nnr.n Servtee'..*. ..-"... .11 T p.m.1 and MA aM-Mrs. OydeJBlaad. -;'. ; '-j'-' : ... ,
Mld-W KveBfnx kVe3MZ Bervlc& .-J lS3} TSt :: 2didweek.Prsydt;. Se"-: p-m All in till this:, premises to ba ,The fAS, eocernment does not pay lor AU cdvertifin&t'Fhe Tretuttry far their patriotic donal ::1n, The Advertising Council and
w. BaULTTT,'rattor 1&M. plnu ,Wecta.-4a, '''. 1:3 p.m.: ; gay evening' -BO H you're interested "" '" *" "* *r r DratlMlW. -.*-
1. V?. ri..RL 'P*. Tfl -U1& "l 'i in getting= acquainted :" "' t1 : "
-t& '. latrssrDSx.- Hafrisi-CULHCH?,: ;8K>X:&- .Rr :i 'with, other Highland. Jaraflies,' ..l' -k:> : ,:. .

HOLY CATHOLIC IttDE nR01.111 CHCHCU: W. c. 5el1.I'II/ru.u,: make plans to attend and get '

124 S Bl1b.f.O- Patrick aadiUllr Si*.. f Sunday Mas.es i'al&d 10.30 a.la. School ,_. .- n 10 *ffi her of the :... fDhe ee
committee
t nt..iona lSaL) ___ 1700 p.ri Morning Worship .jtr_ 11 &.m. : Kjssim 7ette
blest lirWay De1lcttiO_ Tao ens. KvenlHgVoT8bli T.a.. a. ,Congratulations BWtfeW; order '' 'i
WlL1..1AX MOL3tI Pastor Mld-Weck (Wed> l...I.; |{tO p-Jn. to those residents w&o:have been ,

11' W. SDroals 'J>Ji. nnot Special Prayer s rv. XFrW 1U pja. -,$.". ,.-. .. ..' -,-.A kdr..Y- ,c q..ve .."..,oe, ?:atp..YS, -';:'. v "'s- -
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Woman's Club Held
FIRST LADY OF THE YEARI'

tA4tlllfJll A t 2 I

..rr. Luncheon TuesdayThe I


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By BETTY EBY f annual luncheon of the Mrs. Ellis F. Davis, in a very

;. ; Kissimmee Woman's Club was impressive: ceremony installed the
held Tuesday at Presbyterian Edu- foll;\ring officers: Mrs. Carl

k cational Building Kenton, president; Mrs. Harry
In recognition of the club's Dale, secretary; Mrs. Hewen Las-

50th anniversary, the decorationswere I seter, first vice president Mrs.
-e '" iw )Ir. and Mrs. Floyd Lashbrookof bette; Street left Tuesday by planeto carried out in gold and yel C. W. Conley, second vice president -

Pekin, Illinois visited friends! ; spend the week end at Hia- J low. A profusion of Daylilies ; Mrs. Fred Conard corresponding -
:eah with her sons, Robert and Ji .: made 'a veritable flower garden secretary; Mrs. Ed Neid
\ and relatives here last week. The f
Russell of the room and small gold shells treasurer. _
4t I Lashbrooks were former residentsof ... marked each setting. Other guests present included
Kissimmee. Mrs. Vernon Lock called to ; Mrs. Eva Wright of St. Cloud, Mrs. Ted Beard and Mrs. Robert

thank the people of Kissimmeewho director of District 7, spoke to Evans.
this
Birthday congratulations .
responded so generously to 7
week are being sent to Helen Barrette when the group on club work. Mrs.
their plight the Locks were
Conadd and Mrs. Carl Ken-
', Fred
Hutton
Jennie
Cynthia Moore Lulu Kes- burned out, losing all of their of GroupTo
ler, Kathy Partin, Jerry Ropers ton gave interesting reports
household goods and clothing x '. held 2628at Hold Picnic
the convention April
David Croxton, Jean Story, Don v"
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The response has been very gratifying ." .M ,
Frazer, Barbara Kessler, George: Miami. They were presented a The Jennie Hutton Circle of the
the Locks.
to : ,ro.
Bronson, Ruth Stewart, Carl '>. Certificate of Honor and the First United Presbyterian Church
Riedel, Earl} Murphy, Mike Sabetto Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vaughnand :. '- Achievement Certificate by CARE. will hold their annual picnic in
Deborah Warren, Thelma Col- daughter Linda of Tampa .' Mrs. Carl R. Glass and Mrs. the educational building of the
,C', ; Graves Gene Hetherington, Babe visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Harperand '..- Charles Mendell of the Junior church on Tuesday, May 10th

.. : j Grissom, Ellie Hugh Graves, An- Deborah over the weekend. .<.::1. .. Woman's Club as guests gave a at 12:30
>" I ,.: Lee Jew- report of their club's activities All are asked to bring table
jrie Northrup, Stephanie ;' .
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'Y $
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t4 i < for the service and covered dish. Rolls
; ". elL Best wishes to each of you. yaer.
'.. ',>'.:'..'<. ,...,:)>' r'i'e,;'.:",("< A Past presidents recognized were and coffee will be served by the
; Special congratulations are being Sorority Observes :'r Miss Lola Lawler Mrs. Ellis F. hostesses, Mrs. Clyde Nelson,
7ti. 'i ; sent to Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Founder's : Davis, Mrs. Cecil Norris Mrs. A. Mrs. D. L. Autrey and Mrs. J.
DayThe
Rist and Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Hildebrand.The .
gjr ; : L. Bodiford, Mrs. Riley Miles,
,I .l'".....:..:;.,:;! ,\,::':":; .L". Wright on their golden anniver- annual Founders Day Din- Mrs. Charles Gaylord and Mrs. May meeting of the Circle -
::.!;i/hf; ;! .):......, saries and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rufus SuhL Mrs. W. L. Paulk will follow the dinner. Mrs.
'
: .I"I' ; their 27th! ner of Beta Sigma Phi was held Lester will in
Rogers on : was an honorary member. Alford be chargeof
'j: lf/ff:r( at Vick's Restaurant at Jamaica (A 9: Miss Marilyn Dietrich, home the study book and Bible ques-
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.,.Ilf. :- ; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Early planto "
k ; tions the Book of
Inn Orlando on Exodus.
:!.:! "j '' : -::, leave this week for their Sum- [ Friday night by the ; x demonstration agent, introduced
'.t//i! 'i : : Beta Epsilon Chapter.The three 4-H Club members, Charla Members are to bring their Bibles.
SHARON LEE
MISS
... mer home at Clayton, New York.
.. '''.< <::' <; 'o "', BATTENPhoto and .
';.,;,," J .>/,.', ': \ program, conducted by Pat by Skinner) Van Metes, Peggy Acree Lorraine
; .., Dr. and Mrs. J. Z. Srhmidt attended Littlefield who explained the Last year the American public
Smith, included a letter from Waiter 25 million hours its
;; )F a two-day post graduate purpose of Achievement Day and spent reading
refresher course at Port Para W. Ross, founder of the sor- the fashion show and barbecue to daily and Sunday newspapers.

MRS. DANIEL LEROY AUTREY dise Motel at Crystal River. ority, and a beautiful pledge for be held at the Livestock Pavilion Freeze your leftover coffee into>>
(Photo by Skinner) the coming year. Batten-Marshall Saturday May 14. Ice cubes for iced coffee.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodall of
A delicious steak dinner was enjoyed -
Oak Street and their little grand-
[ by all, also a small orchestra -

Mrs. D. L.; Autrey Is daughter Gainesville, Carol, have Lynn just Taylor returned of ment; was of engaged the Beta for Epsilon the enjoy-chap- Told HER TELEPHONE .

from a week spent in Washington ter. Engagement

D.C. visiting their daughter, Those present were Mr and"I IS HER CONTACT
Rosalie who works for the Bur-
Named "First }Mrs. Tom Kesler, Mr. and Mrs.
Lady"Mrs. eau of Standards. They saw the Donald Brown, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Batten of Mrs. L, A. Batten of CanterburyLane. S WITH

cherry blossoms at their prime R. Hooten, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parkersburg, West Virginia, announce Miss Batten is employedby
.
!. and report that it was indeed a White, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clark, the of their Tuppeware Home Parties Inc.Mr. THE WORLD = y
D. L. Autrey has been anne, who' is bookkeeper for beautiful sight. engagement Marshall is the only son -
selected as "First Lady of the Autrey Motor Co. and Henry O. )lr. and Mrs. Bob Berlinsky, Mr. only daughter, Sharon Lee, to of Mr. and Mrs. L W. Marshall,
and Mrs. Jim Smith, Mr. and
Year" by the Beta Epsilon and Partin and Sons Inc.; Sarah, now Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hutchinson John C. Marshall of Kissimmee. ten Jr. of Canterbury Lane. He
the Xi Alpha Phi chapters of Mrs. Tommy Homer of Wood- and Carol Sue spent the Mrs. Allen Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Batten received her edu- graduated in 1956 from Parkersburg Give Her the Extra Phones in
Bud Mikells.
Beta Sigma Phi. stown, New Jersey, has three week end with Dr. and Mrs. Frank Also Mr. and Mrs. Duane cation in Parkersburg, W. Va. High School in Parkersburg, the Color She Loves.
As such, she will honored children Daniel Jr. whois Collins at Sarasota. W. Va. and served three
oe ; Autrey .Watts, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Phay, schools. She attended Southern years SAVES TIME. AND STEPS.
at the annual Mother's Tea which in business here with his with the United States Navy. He
and Junior College,
Frances Rogers and Beryl Mr. and Mrs. Riley Miles, Mr. and Seminary
will be held Saturday afternoonat father, !has four children, and Spiers are enjoying two weeks Mrs. Art Scam, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buena Vista, Virginia and gradu- is now associated with McCrory-
the home Mrs. LawSOn Jean Mrs. Richard C. Pow- McClellen Stores in Orlando. -
of Corp.
Evelyn now ated from Parkersburg High
cruise in the Carribean and Central Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelley -
era of Fort Greely, Alaska, who America. : Mr. and Mrs. Lee Graves Mrs. School in 1958. For the past few .
Mrs. Autrey the former Eliza- has two children. .Jean Gilbert, Mrs. Esther Pollom months she has made her home The wedding will take place in

beth Cardwell Parker, was mar- Mrs. Autrey is also actively Visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph and Miss June Rogers. with her paternal grandmother, June,. in Kissimmee.
ried to Daniel Leroy Autrey at associated with the Presbyterian Rupert this past week were Mr. ,

Thomasville, Georgia, June 15th, Church. She was organist and and Mrs. Robert Rupert and 4
1910. They moved to Kissimmeein i choir director there and still children, Bobby and Gary, of Mary Summerlin I Junior Women To Install OfficersNalley II 2S

September of 1924 to make I lays the organ when called upon Wakefield, Mass, and Mr. and 1s
their home and operate the Ford to assist Mrs Lester Geisler, the I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lashbrook of Circle Met MondayMary The Junior Woman's Club met Don Miller, John. Miller, TILDEN

dealership which Mr. Autrey had church organist. She taught a Pekin, III Mrs. Lashbrook is Tuesday at the Hart Memorial Walter Weber, Thomas Albright,

taken over ja.192$.. class of, girls in the Sunday Ralph' sifter: and Robert Rupert Summerlin Circle of the Library. Claude Whatley. 6.8101
.Mrs,'Autrejftjhasfcalways,'had a n.' .'.school and&hai. *.'been>*an active i is his nephew. It was the first First Methodist Church,met"Mon .An interesting film entitled: Also Mmes. Joseph Gainer, 7
avid interest In the wu' aic a ;tivl- member oir the Women's Association time the Rupert family have been day afternoon at the home of Mrs. "Never Alone" was presented by Sammy Gooden, Dave Burchfield, 9
ties of Kissimmee and the sur- through the years. together in 30 years. Mr. and William Rager on Mabbette St, Gene Hassett, ''field representativeof Fred Jenkins, Robert Miller and
rounding area, for next to her With five children in school, Mrs. Lashbrook formerly lived in with Mrs. Gladys McKinney, pre the Orange County Cancer So- Misses Anne Williams, Mary
family and home, music is her it was only natural that she Kissimmee. siding. ciety. He impressed the members Ellen Carter and Evelyn Parker.
first love. She was graduated would be interested in school af Devotions were conducted by with the danger of not (patching Call
the Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert have Mrs. Rager, assisted by Mrs. Ha-
from Brenau Conservatory.Gainesville fairs. She helped organize cancer in time. Piano Recital To
zel Taylor and Mrs. Maude Duns-
returned after week's stay at
Georgia, in organ Kissimmee Parent-Teacher Asso- a
Mrs. Robert Crowell presidedover
and piano and has taught both ciation and served in !several different Vero Beach. more.Quadrennial A program Emphasees explaining 1960 the- the business meeting. The Be Held SaturdayMrs. TI 6-8101

through the years. offices. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller 1964 for the Woman's 'Society of date for the installation of offi Harold Hail will present n
But first of all in her busy Mrs. Autrey was a charter and son, Wayne III, of Ft. Myers Christian Service was. 'presentedby cers was set for a dinner meetingto group of her piano students in recital Our Office
life her for the Au- member of the Essie Petrie Cald-
is family, will spend the week end in Kis Mrs. John Thoman, assisted by be held May 6th at 7 p.m. at Saturday, May 7 at '7:45 p. FLOBIDA Will be glad to
treys have seven children anJ well Chapter of the United the Presbyterian Church educa-
simmee. They will be guests of Mrs. L. W. Cole. m. in the educational building of
.1 if teen grandchildren. Rebecca, Daughters of the Confederacy Wayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. Plans were made for the circleto tional building. the First Methodist Church. explain how easy

now Mrs. Don Lanmer of Port- and was very active in the Red W. Miller. Wayne is director of assist with entertaining about Those attending the meetingwere The public is cordially .invited TELEPHONE it is to have the

land, Oregon has one daughter, Cross during the war years. the Lee County Mosquito Control. 125 visitors May 19, when the Mfes. Bruce Thog-martin, extensIonsCORPORATION
Alice Davis; Eliabeth is a pro- With a background such as thisit
sub-district officers of. WSCS Wilbur Block, Edgar Padgelt, If bureau drawers stick
fessor of Health and Physical is very easy to see why she Bob Jennings of Vero Beachwas meet in Kissimmee for Training Ken Newman, J. D. Benton, Ed or paraffin also sandpaper, use you need. r
Education at Stetson University; was chosen by the members of in Kissimmee Tuesday to Day. Johnson, David R. Decker, Eugene soap ;
if
sticky
Constance, now Mrs. Edward Beta Sigma Phi as "First Ladyof participate in the election.! parts necessary.

Partin has five children; Kath the Year-1960"THREE ,
The O. L. Billingleys left this

week for their Summer home at

I Bristol, West Virginia.
SHOWS TONITEft

On the sick list this week, at

k Osceola Hospital, Alex Wayne,
a r Mrs. Sylvia Okeskow, Mrs. Edna

Kingham, :Mrs. Daisy Johnson,
GA er 2 715 Mrs. Christine Collins, Mrs. Mary
4 Ml SOUTH
Myers, Mrs. Ceola Kimerer, Rich-
iSIJEIC HOUSE and C. Jones, Mrs. Adie Paden,

Mrs. Bertha Otto, Mrs. Ann Gil- 0 ,

lard, Mrs. Annie Hersey, James K s
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Mozely, Mrs. Georgia Young,
Mrs. Stella Gilbert, Reginald 4
KISSIMMEE DRIVEINFRIDAY H : :7 Lyng II, Mrs. Doretta McDonald,
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Master Fred Toms, Mrs. Mary
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AND SATURDAY MAY ,- 1
"SAMSON AND DELILAH" Eurlage, Mrs. Jennie Tobias, Mrs.

"HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" Myrtle Gibson, William Cain, Mrs. Large
Edna Goodman and son, Mrs. USE OUR

SUN. MON. TUBS. MAY\ 8.9-10 Phyliss Cardone, Mrs. Katie Wil- AssortmentCONVENIENT

"HAVE ROCKET, WILL TRAVEL" liams and.Mrs. Evelyn Theiss. m
"HOUSE OF THE 7 HA WItS" At Kissimmee Hospital, Aaron J. to select
I Story, Mrs. Sarah Thompson, LAY-AWAY from '
COMING--WED.. THROUGH SAT. MAY 11.12-13.14 Mrs. Vivian Fitzgerald, Mrs. Patricia I IDESK

"THE SHAGGY DOG" Rolls, Mrs. Alice Lisk, Mr..

"TALL MAN RIDING" Ruth Medd, William H. Sawyer, j.1

.. -- -- Mrs. Helen Lawrence, Mrs. Mary
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O. Hudson, Mrs. Evelyn ,
Mrs. Helen Wood, Mrs. Lulu Ov- -,: TV TABLES

yti ti : liI"RuIr erstreet, Ralph Glass, Leonard '4-
tit 11 r t !ai l s ti till t r 4 $39.95 $9-75 '
Hansell, Douglas Johns, J. E. ''7 "
Per Set, and rip.f .
Cliett, Mrs. Inez Fertic, Mrs.
FLY RIBBONS. now in stock Mattie Tyner and Mrs. Jan Caro J b
t rfr
lyn Lee.
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Miss Irene Fornes is a patientat .
the Holiday House in Orlando. Rocker .
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Special Continued -
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schweikartand ,

t '- FREE SPRAYETTE with Randy have returned from a $Z9. O TABLE LAMPS
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I has been transferred back to the S $5.95 and up I
.< ,L';; a Quart of Isotox. > Orlando office of GFC. S S
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: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Atkin left r S

YTSi.: 5.49 : : this week for their home at Har HOLLYWOOD BED EASY TERMS S
I #'i: "i -- bert, Michigan after spending the OCCASIONAL I

:,X' ': _, :. ,';; Winter here. TABLES with mattress By Siamoaa.and box springs RECLINING CHAIR We Finance Our Own Accounts

l i Se us.'for all year Lawn and Garden Supplies.: Orange Bill McClard Memorial is a Hospital patient at wherehe the $9.95 aa* up', $44.95 $49.5o and up

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i We tarry a complete line of Lawn Instctkidec
.' underwent surgery on his arm.
J/Fertilizer and Seed Sprayers. This is the second'operation asa
C =:'l result of an automobile accident -
Lou Tarcai last June. Bill is the son of PARKS FURNITURE
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry McClard., J S

FEED '& FARM SUPPLY Mr.returned and Mrs to Ezra their Longneckerhave home at l bJt'COM.N'f'!

For QuaKty furniture A
722 N. MAIN TI 6-5361 Lyndon Illinois after pleasant FetyVs
Winter at SOS S. Bermuda Ave .
[KISSIMMEE .; Seem OseeeSa Cosaty ....._...era 5iIMe 1_ .: .. ST..CLOUD
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VOCABULARY BUT A LARGE TURNOVER-Rev. H.

L Webb guest speaker at the installation ceremony of the St. Cloud
Business and Professional Women's Club at the Parkview Restaurant

I Tuesday night, began his talk with a humorous anecdote on a woman's

.. .. talkative power ."Someone said a woman had a vocabulary of about
: . 500 words" Rev. Webb said. ."Then someone else said That may
:J. :, ; : seem a small vocabularly but look at the turnover!' .. Rev. Webb's

'f.>> ':- ",D'i speech included interesting facts on women of prominence, with his
.i I.. 'k, 1;;, x; main comments centering on the late Queen Mary of England. He

NAVY'S BULLPUP MISSILE BaOpnp :is an air-to-surface LACROSSE SUPPORT WEAPON-The Army's newest opera- showed pictures of her as she appeared with regal train and jewels on

guided missile which is simple in design to handle extremely tional missile system, LaCrosse, has been termed the most accurate Coronation Day for her son, Edward VI. ..And of the beautiful carpet
reliable, highly producible and greatly increases the effectivenessof of any surface-to-surface guided missile in the inventory..., which she started in 1941 and finished in 1946 made of twelve
attack-type aircraft. panels> of needlepoint. She had begun the study of tapestry after
the age of 70, and at 83 was still threading her own needles Other STATE REPRESENTATIVES-Pictured above are the Juniorsof
interesting things noted at the installation banquet were the identical Occeola High School who have been selected to attend Boys'

Martin The Race ForSpace corsages of yellow mums with touches of greenery worn by the new and Girls State at Tallahassee this spring. They are. left to
Co"p Brought officers .The centerpiece of yellow glads that further carried out right Byron HHeman, Jr., Joanne Roehrich, Jeanne, flak Jodi
Needhsm and Barney Parker. (Photo by Cooper)
the club's colors. .. and the announcement that one of the members
II' Mildred Hutchinson had won a trip to Nassau for herself and husbandas
a result of being lucky winner at the recent IGA opening of Smith's
to Kissimmee and County's Door Foodland Mildred has six! months to make the trip, but plans to Cub Scouts Plan

I go in May She doesn't want to put it off too long, for it's just
what she and her husband had always wanted to do. New club officers -
By- FRED---- -BRUSSOW------- are Karen Bjork, president; Helen Godwin, first vice president; I
Staff Writer Sarah Adamson, second vice; Lillian Garrison third vice; Frances Summer ActivitiesThe
WEAPON SYSTEM scribed by the military as a "rel- Kissimmee
1 Water
Caruso, treasurer; Jean Blandford, recording secretary, and Jerry I

Spec the vast expanse- in I, missile atively that inexpensive be used non-nuclear Covering: StateThe Jerson, corresponding secretary. Avis Griff en, president of the I Cub Scout Pack held its activities were discussed Fathers
which all things exist is the next ., tactical can against Kissimmee BPW Club was installing officer and members and monthly meeting for boys, parents reaffirmed interest in developinga
: : ground targets.
frontier of man kind, according J4 '.. Information released by The city of Kissimmee continuesto around 35. guest'l'totalled and relatives on April 26th at the vigorous outdoor program: for

to the evidence portrayed on the J'Vkt Martin. Company show that missiles receive recognition around the liE ON-It sad who i First Methodist elucational build- the Summer. They plan to stress
:: ; : WHAT DID WILL LINGER was a group
'Race
for documentary on
Space" I j are not the only phase of state of Florida through the sales gathered on Sunday morning for the Wesleyan Fellowship Sunday, ing when awards were presentedto athletic participation by every
television 27.
April research studied of Kissimmee Spring Water, distributed a number of boys. boy, regardless of ability.
I On 29 Dr. Werner ftr.Braan. ,. scientific being School Class at the First Methodist Church Their beloved presi-.
,April missile, scientist, stated : q: by the U. S. Weapons control by the Kissimmee. Spring dent, R. Elmo Griffin had passed away suddenly in the early morning, Special awards went to Steven Bob Evans' suggestion that

that he believes that life other ; ; and space medicine are two other Water Co. hours .The shock and sense of loss at the passing of their leader,' .Hartley, John Watson and Bob dens not meet separately every
; fields that are being studied very Bob Cole, manager of the com- together with the love and sympathy they felt for his wife, Ruth. Childers. Bobcat pins were given week during the Summer was
than exists in the universe. i
our own 3 3l closely. pany, reports the establishmentof one of their teachers, was almost more than they could bear. .And to Carl Culver, Kenneth Arm favorably received. This mignt
With the light, of such 'l-\ Top U. S. scientists believe that a new distributorship in ,the when with faint heart they sang the class theme song, "Others," which strong. Kirk Sines, David Suldoj solve the problem: of what can be
statements in mind an Interview j.t :. '- through advanced scientific research Cocoa and Melbourne area, dispensing was his favorite ,it was as though he was sending to them, his fare- Charles Early Jr., Joe Lombady done in dens cecimated by vacations -

was made to find out just what I!!' and deveopment comes the several thousand gallonsof well. .. For having lived a life of unselfishness and thought for the Tom Davis, Charles Berlin, Bob and competing activities,

steps are being taken *A furtherour f progress needed to cope: with the Kissimmee water weekly. In welfare of others, it was ts if the words were his. .."Lord help me McKissic and Brace Weber. agreed Cubmaster Emerson Ply-
study of space. and to bolster f: future both in the world and addition to the Cocoa-Melbourne live from day to day/In such a self-forgetful way/That even when After the program in which all lar and Committee Chairman K.
our national defense.The ; area, Orlando, Winter Park, Sarasota four dens participated, Summer C. Moore.
Martin CoffanT.which first right here in Florida.Lt. t kneel to pray/My prayer shall be for"--Others. And when my
General Charles E. Hart, Bradenton and Daytona work on earth is done, And my new work in heav'n's begun May I .
in October of
came to Florida l .' ,_ commanding general, U. S. Army Beach residents are now users of forget the crown I've won While thinking still of-Others.
1957 is a company designed with this quality water available in Jim ElectedLions'
Air Defense Command was the Clay
this purpose directly in mind. The 2-quart! decanters, 1 gallon and
t Martin Company with some 8000() rincipal speaker at the dedication 5 gallon bottles.
Plans For I
ceremonies for the Missile Master Underway
employees, has indfrctly brought The Kissimmee Spring WaterCo.
Air Defense Coordinating
about valuable Improve., January
many : started in business in President
... .... at Ft. Lawton Washington
Menta in the Kissimnwe, and Or- ---- System of 1959. They distribute their
lando '.!in,. housing The Penning is a two-stage at which time he called
ana, mostly product to homes, offices and retail Silver RodeoPlans
developments t. have sprung selective range, 'fiurCace.torate -.!'!'- the program "another milestonein establishments. They are distributors Spurs Lion. Jim- Clay. popular Prudential 'dry a former Lion, was a guest

tip to provide homes for the ballistic missile built by our constant program of mod also of water coolers, representative was unanimously and received quite an ovation
literally hundreds of families Martin for the U. S. Army, ernization." handling rentals and sales. elected president of the when he announced that he desired -
with the aid of four major sub "Missile Master is an outstand- The distinctive label depictinga are already being for-4 Lions Club at the annual election I reinstatement. Two other

contractors.. ., ing example of the results obtainable Caloosa Indian dipping water mulated for the July Silver Spurs Church of God Monday night at the Airport guests received a warm welcome

It' -* through the military-in from a spring is eye-catching and Rodeo, Osceola County's biggest Grill Joe Jackson of the new Jackson

which llartm moved:here to workin dustrial team," General Hart said, the words Kissimmee Spring Water summer attraction, by the Spur's Completes RemodelingThe The following Lions were also FurnituM Store, and Mr. Evans,
the ultra-moderamissfe plant'I11e "and The Martin Company: is to are predominantKissimmee board> of directors.No completion of a remodeling elected: Lyle Ribley, first vice- builder of the new hardware

Martin ._Company: builder, be commended for this type of Spring Water Co. is other attraction brings as program of theentire interior of president; Tom Albright, 2nd vice store on Main Street.
the many visitors: to the Kissimmee president Joe Lombardy third John Magnosson that
the Lacrosse missile, termed by cooperation with military helping promote Kissimmee as a the Church of God was announced ; reported
of
the of its most members of the defense team." city. and its wonderful water Valley, as does the two rodeos this week by Rev. R. C. Horton. vice president; Jim Killip, secretary about $50.00 would be realized
Army as one
surface-to-surace missiles which is rated by laboratory tests produced annually by the Silver This includes a newly Installed ; Tom Ritemire, treasurer: from the recent barbecue.
accurate Spurs Clcb. For a number of Bob Miller tailtwister Plans to be considered
choir loft ; Buddy are at
and as one of the finest in the state. beautifully plastered
I ,-is now in the'planning Feed Rates Cut 5,0% years the Spurs event has attracted walls, tiled floor and a tweed Mikell. Lion tamer; Bob. Childers, the board of directors meeting for
test firing stage of anew mis- { about 35,000 visitors an- director, and Wells Moon, di representation at the state convention -
e th nh n.tStUI inflight By Railroads ,. .-i 1 the Kissimm Cloud ,carpet. rector. and the annual installation
nually to fit. -
.Wary Esther::Kaut., .. ...j Attendance has increased in ev
I e iitfd"I.n4Z'eveloItnen: \ James Smith, county agriculture r ; .l? <-i areas ery department and' interest, baa :.J...D.. .Benton of Renton'.. Jew of officers and. ladies. night
( test series phe'if bas'already 'agent and Major E. J. Smith Succumbed:April 27 -1] In 'addition to the attractionof soared to its highest peak over '

I undergone of-captive firing attended a meeting held at the thousands of visitors, the the newly decorated church. '
tests at the Army Ballistics Orange County court house conducted Mrs. Mary Esther Kaut, 64, Rodeo has been the means of A cordial invitation is issued to. Area Ceramists' .
Missile in Huntsville, Alabama : W. died last week in her Attention
I Agency by Col H. Tarkingtonto suddenly focusing national on all to attend any of the services.
t tI explain that the railroads had home in St. Cloud where she had : Florida's Cow Capital both in I
I On February 25 the U. 3. voluntarily cut freight rates 50<& resided for the past 11 years. the public press and in trade

I Army launched its second suc- for feed grain and bay for those She is survived by her husband papers: and periodicals throughout Yacht Club Plans Organize HereThe

cessful firing .of. the Pershing at affected by the recent high water. Benjamin Kaut, her mother Mrs.' the nation. Consequently, not
Cape Canaveral,.Florida. According I The railroads have offered this Myrtle Heaberlin of Wurtland, only the cattle industry, but business Busy ScheduleThe

I to data released. by The Martin cut to those who can be certifiedby Ky.. four daughters, Mrs. Milton in general, the communities Central Florida Ceramic Hand committee, reported on the
4 1I, Company the Pershing is ca- the county agent and the civil, Campbell, Mrs. Helen Bartram, and their people, and the overnight' cruise last weekend Society (formerly called Orlando work done for the Gateway
pable of directing itself on target defense director. : Miss Riberta Kant and Mrs. Benjamin sporting opportunities afforded of the Tohopekaliga Yacht School for Retarded Children. It
I Soles without possibility of outside Those interested can get details Knowles. by the county's beautiful lakes, : Club was the largest to date, Ceramic Society) met at Bea'iCeramic was voted to continue the classes.

jamming and because of its lightness from Jim- Smith, county agricul- Also three brothers Cecil Hea have bfeen publicized by the well with 23 boats making the trip. Studio on the Orange Mrs. Blanche Porter reportedon

it is a highly mobile and ture agent, at his office at the berlin, and Paul and Thomas Hea- planned and far reaching public At the regular meeting Mondaythe Blossom Trail Tuesday night. the progress of plans for the
Saved By flexible weapon..TKe most significant county agriculture, building. berlin; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha relations program of the Silver program put on by the chil- The members and their six! ceramic show which will)) be held
feature l'He Pershing is Nickell and Mrs. Martha Hicks Spurs. dren was a huge success with 4J guests enjoyed a pot luck supperat at the Orlando Garden Club on

the new type Uansporteerectorlaunching Chicken SupperTo and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Opal The Silver Spurs is the larg- adults and 20 children attending. 7 o'clock.: The table decora- October 2830.
Guests Mr. and Mrs. Archie
LOU OFSTEIN'SSHOE (TEL) which is both I Duke. est civic organization in the were tions were copper lustre filled The meeting was then turned
and Fran cot and Mrs.
ground and air transportablewhich i Be ServedThe Funeral services were held on county. Started as a social organization Gayle with nastursiums and the buffet over to Mrs. Porter, program
to be : of UW.W.B. Saturday. April 30.. at the Eisel- by Dave Bentley and Mrs. Padgett. table centered with ceramic
REPAIR allow the Pershing Church God about 20 years ago was a chairman, who gave an interest-
New members Mr. and Mrs.
transported to:a site i ,;erected and is serving southern. fried chicken stein Fish and Jouragan Funeral the youthful members of some cf were planter of fruits and veg- log talk on the work of Lance
Melvin Smith and daughters.The
I of minutes. lunch to the public Saturday Home, with Rev. Fred Toms and families in etables. feDonald
fired. in a matter plate the most prominent Boat Club of Orlando nationally known ceramist
46 SLAIN ST. In the terms of dollars and May 7th, from 11 ajn. until Rev. M. G. Burner officiating. the Kissimmee Valley, the original has Orange invited the Tohopekaliga The guests were introduced by who is lecturing and teach

I cents the Bullpup, an --to-sur- 2 pjn. Orders, may be placed by Interment was in .Osceola' Memory ". group fof 16 members have Yacht Club to an overnight cruise their sponsors. Bea Combs then ing this week at the Davis Studio
; Bus Building
{ In Greyhound face missile that has been da- calling :Ti 6-4462. Gardens. now had to be limited to 200 and fish-fry on Lake Hatchinehaon presented Mrs. Jess Thacker, at Orlando. >.

.I members. My 14.15.Tohopekaliga's. mayor, who spoke a few words Members: present were from
i Rev. C. J. Galbraith i Now the Spurs have little time next cruise will of welcome to the group. :Winter Park, Maitland, Pine Castle -

Check The Weather With Succumbed MondayThe for social activities because of be from Winter Haven to Cypress After the dinner the regular Emtii, Orlando and Kissim-
S the year round job of caring for Gardens on May 22. Haps business meeting was held with mee. The guests were Claire HoJ-

Rev. Charlie 'Jonah Gal- their stock, maintaining the present and schedules will be sent to the Mrs. Muriel Bucher of Winter kins and Rue Walters of Orlando,
facilities and expanding them Park the president, in the chair. Helen Thomas
0i
members. Platt, Mildred -
of Intercession City,
r braith, 91,
: WEATHERCHEK and a retired minister from the to meet the increasing: demand Swimming lessons for membersare Mrs. Bucher and Rena Weiderman Taylor and Margaret Sehields

Indiana Methodist Conference, of their ever growing Osceola to start May 30 and continue chairman of the Helping of Ktssimmee.

passed away suddenly early Mon- County attraction, the Silver (every Monday, Wednesday and .
Spurs makes them and their pro* Thursday for the following two
Savings In State Four million u. S. retailers
day.A nativeof Bartholomew County fits are utilized for the satisfaction weeks. There will be no charge other local and
advertisers'
Ind., he had been a winter of obligations for past im- I for the instructions but there-wit!! Continue To Rise about $U bilfen dollars a Invest

resident of Intercession: City for provements or for new facilities I be a pool charge of 25c for each daily new.p& e1'S--aix times year in
-
direction temperature, for the convenience and comfort visit Lessons are from 7:30 to Savings continue to rise in the more
Udells. wind speed' wind the past 14 years. than in radio, nine times
rainfall loW priced bait. of the patrons. 9:30 at the Fern Creek 107 savings and loan associationsin more
.w rainfall and total i in one Survivors include one foster p-m. than in television
IItS-:: 'Easily mounted en any>osU barn window ledge, eon Bradley Bailey, Camby, Ind, The tremendous public service PoolA Florida. as savings increased
: f t 'etc. Made of colorful 'plastics.: and several nieces and nephews. rendered this area by the Silver "Shipwreck" costume partyis in March by $30,096,000 which
makes them and their was a new March record. for Florida
i! Funeral services were held at Spurs pro- scheduled: for June 11 at the -
ITS NEW! 10 ajn. Wednesday at tae Morri- jects deserving of whole-hearted Community House. and brought total savings in- Roof Coating
Holiness support by businessmen amthe crease for the 12 month period
COMPLETE LITTLE Memorial Pilgrim
A son
S Church, Intercession City. The general public in the county.MCCALL ending with March to $486,109- Siding Gutters
.. WEATHER BUREAU afternoon The man who lives by the golden 000.
'\ funeral party left Wednesday : -
rule today never has to apologize -. Down Spouts
for Greensburg, Ind,
ir $1 9 8 plus I tax where final'services, are to.be held) HOME DAMAGED for his i .actions tomorrow. GAZETTE ADVERTISING PAYS
Financing Available
g Met!
t Saturday afternoon at"the. The home of Clarence McCall
.. odist Church: Hartsville ; Ind. Steel Supply NO DOWN PAYMENT
behind Harrelson's ,
.Salt At I CARD OF THANKS CARD OF THANKS
On .
.
; with interment to follow in Hope vans damaged yesterday by fire.I '

Csceola Hariwaren:: :rida Realty' AssociatesOrJinge .'- Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Home quelled by. Kissimmee Fire Dept for We the wish litany to thank flowers'.nr and frfen4 ardj We wfch to thank all o f oar BASS
friend for the kludnesuci
was in charge of arrangements. shown
'Gardens. Model Home sent to us for ttr Golden Wedding art at the ton of our beloved
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ABBiverMrjrLR. moth' r. )Its. MaryKant.. ROOFING
'ED J. LABUE b hY 1'IUBt,7'OR."i81Serange Boulevard. TI 7547 A dead person may vote, legs History has a way of repeating :> AND SIRS \TIUM OL I
AM BARTRVM
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2 BR CBS famished home located only a few -- - -"- -- -- -

3 ACRES cleared land with 2 BR frame home blocks from center of town on corner lot ..y....... .y........ INCOME AND HOME $10,500. TERMS.Two .
400 ft. of federal highway frontafe. with oak trees.

Only $4,500 t $12,000 ( CBS homes completely furnished)

2 BR Frame Home like new on nice shaded 3 BR CBS home hardwood floors on beautiful) Q REALTORAMASee i Furnished 2 BR CBS Home $5,000. Good Terms.

lot 90'xl25'. Priced to sell at- landscaped lot. :

$7.975 $14,700 BUSINESS PROPERTIES IN TOWN AND OUT ON THE HIGHWAY


BUILDING LOTS $650 up, Trailers AcceptedROBERTSON'S See charming 2 family retiree home. 3 large rooms KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE

tD and bath for owner, 2 large rooms and bath to rent, 2

REAL ESTATE nicely screened porches to accommodate each unit. Roth Wagner, Broker Vance Buckley, Associate .

1 Completely and nicely furnished. Home and equipmentin Terms 201 MAIN ST. TI6-395S Terms

324 BROADWAY TELEPHONE TI 6.4493iUTJCkiS "" top condition. This is in an excellent neighborhoodwith -' -- I
oaks and citrus .
lovely palms bearing trees. Fenced -- - -- - '..' .- --- -- -' -
corner lot 100'xlOO' with well established lawn. Walking -- -

distance to stores. J
FOR SALE: Edgene hair dryer I 'T9 AflF: Will take t>o.l wrinw .
Cash price furnished ._._ $9,500.00 a} By this sign
model 9. three heat, cost $14$. I washer for my equity on new --- *

Will take $50. Silverware, full I }IAutomatie.. TI 7-2973. Term price furnished __.___----... $10,000.00Cash conquer

net in original wood case, used price unfurnished ?._..... .,.. _____...._._ $9,000.00

FOB ta'TNF I..EW4Tr.JT1I one time, cost $250. Will sell Term price unfurnished ____..___ $9,500.00

for $100. (Nice graduation pres- E VlrESOFFERED CONSULTFLORIDA 1 1I

ent). 825 Clay St., Phone TI w'

: Wide .ef.- 6-7471.
non Bulova. Benton Benrns BEALTi'C01JNSELOBS :L;

Hamilton and Elgin, at Benton's FOR SALE: Bikes: Boys' 2C"and rr

Jewelry irirls' 20". very good condition. .

Call TI 7.2287 or see at 1316 nJl: .G 1NE INC.
)
rt1'vncRxF FUEL OIL PHILLIP Michigan Ave. BROADWAY QO

*? "M". O "eol" OH Co. 1110 SERVICE We Buy and fd
North Main. TI 6-394L 4-10 FOR SALE OR TRADE: 1959 Phone TI 6-70 Sell Florida I 4 F I GH T .

Renault CW-2. F. H. Wolford 3/8 YD. BUCKET. Our rig Is TI 6-2712

Kissimmee Isles. Phone TI 7- calL Pleaseuse -- - .- .. ..- -
on rubber and on ...tu. ... .u.-..... -- lid if A ruAsvtc,0.,co$fn6e its.
2067. ,
SHOP KtWMMEE it. Phone TI 7-2704. WITH, ,
FOR RENT: Furnished apart r'r. .CANCER

FIRST! ments at 221 Verona St. Will REAL ESTATE DAVIS AGENCY

FOR SALE OR TRADE child.
SOUVENIRS NOVELTIES accept one
BEST BUYS
EXCAVATINGFILL 25 BroadwayTI
CYPRES3 KNEES SHELLS MH FORD FL Sea .TH1IIoI.. t
BASKETWARE POTTERY %T. HAH. Iwrr *t*.ri.... !..- DIRT FOR RENT: House trailers, efficiency 0 S ACRES" Pawed a.... 'IOatlt 6-4974 fp/ ;! kA'
000 actual BUInuli\ trade f.r and house trailer 10% d.w. -wk Al t44'C
GARDEN wider ear IlTe.trk. I.U *r what apts.
ORNAMENTS i hare y... Can fl...... Xee> after OLIN FORE Brown's Motor Ct. and 0 S ACRES KW read, '=zo.I. .
Mother's Day SpecialBIRD 4 ..... at 1113: A. Main St. TI 7.2685 space. .% d.w.. FOR SALE: New home near airport .
Trailer Park 1 mL north of .
S ACRE. paw.d road 9243O. 3 bedrooms, hardwood
BATH PHONE TI 7-2T29 DUMP TRUCKS FOR HIREAuctioneering Kissimmee. TI 6-6324. !.% d wa..
floors 1V4 baths Jis
no city taxes.
$3.98 0 S ATRE5. Hlicawar 44f. 93SOO.
I I.ox, d...... Priced for quick sale by, owner.

GRACE RIVERS 0 :5 ACRES! F.iprrwiwar: $85500. Call TI 7.2385, Mondays through
GARAGE APARTMENT
GIFT SHOPlJi.h"y I IG.t I ll H ACRE Highway 11-I Z. Saturdays.FOR .
AUTREYMOTOR flft.OO.SO .
17.9Z Snnth highest prlcm for year 3 Rooms attractively furnished. ACRES pasture lead bar. SALE: 3 BR CBS home two,
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA CO. I b.._*.1. .r farm It...... \>. I Ground floor-Close in. gala priced.ORAGR. ,
old call 7 2484
will tiairldate them by GROPE It.... $2 Dealer Since 1912 Public A..*tl..B.DBTTMPW 000. at 420 Poinciana Circle in Del]-
118 SOUTH BEAUMONTTI
SPEIDEL; WATCH 307-9) Broadway RNTERI' USE e Sabarbaa Il.mealtra. aaadrrn. wood Park.
BANDS TI crsssPrescriptions
Phone TI 6-3501 6-2303 .I3 5. Term..
When you wev one you wear '. lakcfroat. Lota, K8V4 z 200'. FOR SALE: Small house, partly : r 'jc

the finest. Wide selection atBenton' SPECIALS OF THE .123O.Iloaim priced front 9S54M furnished on % acre land, $2500
Jewelry. 6-13 WEEK "OR RENT: Three, room fur- .p.nCsisuss South on Thacker to Martin St,

'57 FORD V-8 Filled nished apartment z a r a .R:e. Dug Store! Rrataaraat OPPORTt'MTIKS. Bar AcParkaare. nght to pink house. (

FOR SALE: Valencia o-mnees and r>aa"enger country aedan,Ford- leash or rltarce) _ra.dw.lI. screened porch. 18 S. Dillinsr-!' Service ...tl.... Hotel
O-Mattc and heater. tutooe nlr West Monument *. MotflH. Farm aad RasebSwp.Iy. FOUND: Black male Spaniel. .Cart
Marsh seedless jrracefrnit. A. F. paint. 1005. yea wait .!. alr-eoadltleBeo!" Tiara, n> loS Office 8ayplr. Produce sect a race r Q Y
fort at S J.sa Pharmacy. 2SWe Owner claim
Banta 405 East Bass St. '58 CHEVROLET .f ('.......1 OftBonlte Mer-' TI 66574. Market Grocery store AatoAftttrr. may same by paying -
4 dr. BKcajrne Interceptnr V-$ rt..... mfeterla. Orl..... Phone A.k (or laforaatloB. for this ad. 315 East Dakin
FOR SALE Southwestern house motor utralcht transmUolon. GA S-86A.T. RENTThree bedroom 11 FOR RR\Ti "ll.mf* mad Apart- Ave. Phone TI 7-2463.
heater and tutone paint. O9il. FOR : ...... aso per MO. Bp.
trailer 1958, 33 ft. sleens 4. liVe
bath. children welcome $90 per WILL TRADE: Four room frame
new, will sacrifice. C11+ TI C- '57 CHEVROLET Sun Empire Realty
month. 2527 Beaumont, phoneTI home on Rt. 124, Pike County,
3301 before 6 p.m.. TI 6-gOR2 4 dr. 210 power glide C cyt mo- 72316. Pint Aatloaal flask Bldg.Kissimmee Ohio, for local property. Clin- FREE. .
tor, tutone paint nice clean
car. .
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weekdays or TI 7-2260 after 7 TI 7-2333
WANTED Greene
ton General
56 FORD Delivery, For a limited time only.
p m. weekends. ,Ad! Country aedan V-I motor Ford. FOR RENT: New two bedroom Intercession City.
': --T rv.latl t ,tranimlnclon. HAH tu- home in Ki.simme Highlands, Pair Dacron Blend
off
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FOR SALSS l t a .
choo
VfiEndxbatterrtrouble palatKthree. \ " local cara. $65 per month. Phone TI 72568. LOTS FOR SALE: Large high
forever with VX-8. Call '56 FORD SALESMEN WANTED: Several Brand New and dry;city water and HW ra. SLACKS

Jeffery Clay Sales, TI 6-7820, 4 dr. aedan V-S motor straight Norge sales representatives for FOR RENT New 2 BR home with Good location.. Phone TI 7-2982 Tailored to measure-

Rt. 1. Box 219. drives trana. II"tutone. new paint. handles and this area. Apply in person with built-in electric kitchen locatedon HOME for details. with a purchase of a
Call TI 64462.FOR .
of Thacker Are.
complete background.
FOR SALE: General Electric '55 CHEVROLET resume Custom Tailored SuitIJhcwelcht.

range large drawer space and Bel-Air 4 dr. sedan, exceptional Jackson Furniture Company,16 RENT: 3 rooms and bath 4 BR, 2 Baths Special HALF PRICE!
ly clean one owner car.. West Dakin Ave .. .
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ldl darroa.w
deep well, enameled kitchen apartment, summer rates. WriteP. ereane K
top 58 RENAULT Only One More Left. ....
l. silk and .Ir fabrics
table. TI 7-2631. Dauphlne. Two to cboooe from WANTED: Carpenter work. New 0. Box 931-R, Kissimmee., $12,950
Ton can practically steal these; $395 Per LotIn Large Selection.. Satisfaction Guar
FOR SALE: 1956 DeSoto, low cart. Come by and sea them. and repair, also'painting.. Phone FOR RENT Furnished apartment Excellent Terms Trail
Subdivision 80'xllS, anteed. $65 to $125. Sport Coata
TI 72924. ,
mileage$ one owner, A-l condi- 56 PLYMOUTH newly decorated, locatedin ? IUSSIMMEEHIGHLANDS high and dry. Restricted Home-
Station Wagon. 2 dr. < cyt local $45 and up.
tion. Bud and John's Gulf Service car back of Robertson's Real Es- site, 1 mi north of KIssiramee.

Main and Vine St. CHECK OUR TRUCKS LADIES tate, 324 Broadway. Ideal for West of 17-92. CALL OR WRITE

We hare them couple. Phone TI 6-4493 or TI AL NADELMAN
FOR SALE: Chrome dinette set Ak for T. -K.new GalUway or used. *)o you need money! Star' 65921. Ask for Leda or Bill PHONE TI 7-2621 R. L. (Bob) LarsonTI

in good condition, reasonably .r Stance ('Uf... now with Avon Cosmetics. Ex- 203 V Lt'''Kn>E "IRCU:
priced. Call TI 64462. THE PRICE 18 RIGHT tra earnings. Work part time Ingram. .__ 7-2704 or write Rt. 5 Box 377 ORLANDO. FLA.

I near your home. Write P. O. I TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT: r>.a. m. Je H1.

Box 2134, Ft. Pierce, Florida. High, dry, shady $15 per month. For Sale By Owner OWNER MUST

HOUSE PLANS 1 1 Hurst's Trailer Park Hwy. 17 3 BR FRAME. Just being: remodeled SELL AT ONCE! 1-
92 below Drive-In Theatre. in city high and dry.

Drawn t. meet FH* Bad \A re.alre...... lt .. .".1.11 LOT in city, good location: ,sewer ONE YEAR OLD CBS HOME Brace's I
Idea |at."a..... year FOR RENTFOR TRAILER FOR RENT: Unfur- water. .. Mlely laadraad I... a BR.
nished Michigan Ave. Phone 1;, the bath. arreeBcd Borrh
stout
PLANNING: on
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IIEKnna..l1. ..
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.41.w. Laae beautiful BBllt-lB kItHi... ....
: to 12x1: ...... S11.ZM: SUNSmNE HOMES
RENT: By the month, CBS Frank Holllngworth fall Brtoe. Qaaliaed barer can
house 3 bedrooms, furnished FOR RENT sun* own ..w. Bayatoaf. 3S23
TI 6-4755 .. .. .
OB. t KlaalauBlaada. High-
DON'T MOVE clean, quiet, will take children. APARTMENT eUhed. _.1".17 fm- I 2 and 3 BR HOMES

school bus. Rainbow Mobile ...n ndera aad aew. PHONE TI 7-2316 Many Choice Selections.
I.a.We I.
a bcdre rs earp rte. BtlUtr.
Homes and Trailer Park I mile
TIH YeaVe Seen seat eapl pre '
j off Hwy. 441 or Vine St., Mich- ferred. LOOKING FOR A HOME? Let 2 Sold 4 to choose from

The Mover igan Are., Kissimmee. EFFICIENCY farnUhed --- OPENSaturday Mrs. Horton show
you some attractive
D
We
..1..1,. tile nh.wer sad bath Arrange Financing
Curt Beck 1"8... flovr. ,..lla.le- for .ae.Vtllltleo buys new or old,.- "
ROOMS FOR RENT: $35 per : rarnUhed. andSunday priced to sell cash or terms. LOW DOWN PAYMENT

month and up excellent coffee Call Mrs. Horton with Sam
TI 6-3251 407 Sun Road off Dakin Contact for homes that
Lupfer and us are
Sons Brokers
__ shop, St. Cloud Hotel, St. TI
Local and Long Distance Moving, Storage, Packing and Crating. Cloud, Florida. TI 7-2667 6-2191. JUST A LITTLE BIT BETTER

FREE ESTIMATES BOX 282 KISSIMMEE
FOR RENT: Apartment and $350CASH Phone TI 72230.n 6-5631

houses by week or raoath. Cot- NEW DUPLEX

ton's Apartments North Orange DOWN I LEGAL NOTICESIN
Blossom TraiL 7-2-9-16-23-30 FOR RENT BRUCE PARTIN, Developer and Builder

plus closing cost
2 tm earh side f70 vafaraUhed.S5 .
FOR RENT: Modern! efficien-y $ f.rala' .. Milt aeU and as ONFHA
Q
apartments with kitchenettesand .lIt trade. THR COURT OP THE OOUXTT
r : W. Oak SL TI 6-8534 To qualified buyer3BRIBATH JL DoE. IX AND FOR OSCEOLA "Another Better GROWTH "
tiled bath by week or 822 COUNTY. FLORIDA. KSTHE:'T .1\COMK! rr.J
rrtr fcr )I. HANSBROICH AHSOOATK1.! "
month. Cow m m m mm mmm
Capitol Court TI 6- N RE ESTATE OF

5341. ll-5-12-19-26tf FOR RENT: Upstairs apartment Total Price LEAH H. HER2BERO. dt"Ceue4.NOTICE .
/ 4J $13 week. Hi Emmett St.
FOR per OF FILING PETTTTOV
RENT
: One bedroom cottage or call TI 6-8384 after 7 p.m. $11,350city t FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF
\ furnished nicely, screened ADMINISTRATOR
of water! and sewers
I porch plenty closet space, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
1\ shade trees $60 per month, TI SEE OTHER HOMES that I have filed tny final return rat W16 p1 tJ K1iod ltrtrltm ne ins itluf
--- k I aa Administrator of
the
6-6321 before Estate of
10 ajn. or after Leab H.
REAL ESTATE to Hersbergdeceased; that
5 p.m. up $14500 I have filed my petition for distri
button and for final discharge and "OLD ALTAMONTE SPRINGS
FOR RENT: Modern mobile VISTA HEIGHTS, INC. to that the on Honorable June (. 19(9.0. I P will Johnson apply -

Take A Long Hard Look 'homes, one and two bedrooms East Vine St at Michigan County: Judge Of Oeceola County HOTEL PROPERTY"On
Florida, for final f
I modern, clean quiet, by the return and for approval an order of said of distribution Hwy. No. rt$ I;; Maitland Are*-AlUmonte Sprints

ct Insurance that Is offered week or 'month. Will take cl chil FOR SALE and for discharge aa Ad. No. Orlando Derekpment Anaow
any at a rate mialctrator
the estate ef Leah
: Lake Front Pared Street
dren. Also have trailer loUall -
way below what you would normally .1.F lots high and dry. Rainbow- New CBS 2 BR Home LAKEFRONT LOT with H.May Uenber 2, 1100.. deceased. Monday May 9 130 P. M.
,
expect to ENOCH B.
pay.Sometimes Mobile Homes and Trailer Park, F.ral.hed .r .."", "11'". rttrwalrr 29 ft. Trailer, deep well, HERZBERG ,A preL II .., 1100' on Maitland AT .-*W on Hw.>, No
there's a catch In- cut-rato Michigan Ave., Kissimmee \ aa1 ........ "n.> ... septie-tank, electricity, Rogers and Kelleydmlabtntor 41 -J800' en Lak. Orients In central Florida when land ia
with shade ter,. tae balk.tra ... P. O. Box UIXI..fmmH. high and rolling 1, newly furnished t, t room apis
Insurance. mile oft Hwy. 441 or Via St. I..... rarpon. c.apJete"UtI. $5500 Florida with kltcbefta. 4 BR masonry homo with living dining and
.leetrle iLJt...... ___ Attorneys for florid rooma,. ZH baths, t ear garage patio and
lidco... It ys are Ia1_ .. Very nice 2 BR CB A4mlaa.tlrJI1./11 *rilL Large. white. sand bottom aprtar-f lake 8tatlr
FOR RENT !. a mtfr "well r.a.trueted bw. tHo" rolf eonrao. Can bo bought whole or In tart.
this I* It! S* .a* lease *. left home, DeDwood Park. rxrectlr apposite ApNOO:% A.-49V on Uanuind Av*'
I 2 BR unfurnished apartment:ee .. Xrkraaka AT*< -IW oa Orionta. Age bouse, hardwood (loon. TCr
you.Lupfer's $19,500. Terms places 2 complete baths t halt batba. SA. 'In groveorasge -
i Pleasant Bill Road, Tom left PHONE L. G. SHAWGO asJgrap.trnlt r
Drive-la } d FOR RENT 2 BR CB. R pre. nlatlT* on property aU dat tlat .V Sao and
at Theatre pink u. TI 7-2982 : It A. )I. Moa., day of auction.:

I I plea on rightPHONE 1 $80.00 TERMS: 20% Down at
Auction4nt.
TI 7.2344"FOR FOR SALE: New 3-bedroom CBS FOR RENT: 2 BR 4% 9% At Closing. BaL
A rttvm Om rrvmlmrm BnrardlM ofratk .
home. Full tile bath beautiful r.
.
.... .
Frame .
for Deee1pttee *a.n- Writ r C'all
RENT Brand new ch p lt= hardwod floors large awning -

apartment, two bedrooms, 'Ul-! type windows,large utility rood, $5.00NELSON xlai .. .(';" -'.;! :t >cU" .'i''fJ\

.- furnished. Electric range aid beautiful bait kitchen jure : t 'tt I t 1W.tmJttfTl K **":

central heat. Tile bath, 1 large landscaped lot on pared REALTY M4" ...
rooms, csrperte and mad. Quiet tiring. FOOT"miles 3h :U :D" :.. r al Ait "

Insurance Agency Located in the Jlityroom. vest on 17-92 to Addison Gen :;- .- ? '. "- ."- -.

1913 less See Rita Hunt at the ,G Shop and torn right 4tt' ft. MEN ; It v au !bays real esr; problem !' .'J-.H., ":;'1"" i5.lme. investment -
l7 and growtOB )& fxteaortee e : e): e.scasa .f whJl
office or phone TI 6-8594 J tfte Extra lots SYtHahlev I4w'dinlln. \ XI '
12 BROADWAY Next To The Bank TI 6-2191 1500f. of ear qualified re-preHnt&.e1' ) obllaratlon ever
5:30 pan. payment. Phone TI 6-Ttlt.
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luncheon carried out the theme 'People have been trained to The Rut&iininec Gaietle, Thursday May 3, 1960 Page 1 i>
About of the International Relations department I most cherished 'possession. But :F .
Mayor Speaks with J rs. Phyliss! when our world became so interrelated .w J : ; Mrs. Arhur;, Hale To Head Church Circle IA.
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Mueller as chairman. Food, costumes by modern communication .< ..... ':: .
and decorations lent the and transportation; then I. .". ", .I"r'I. The Susannah! Wesley Circle of Rogers vice chairman; Mrs. W. t"%
International Law # ) atmosphere of the countries they industry made our political structure II .",:'-. ,,. ...>.' ... the First Methodist Church met Batten secretary; Mrs. William
represented Italy, Sweden, Enjr. of sovereign nations obso- : :. Monday evening at the home r.l Skinner, treasurer; Miss Louis
land MexicO'; France and Hawad. lete. No nation has the power to. zr/ '.' Mrs. J. B. Rountree with Miss 'Thomason, finance chairman.
l "Enforceable l Itw Is 'the only Mayor Jess Thacker In her Fifty members and guests enjoyed determine its own destiny." Ina Mae Fricke as co-hostesa. Devotions were given! by )[r.1.
successful method through his- speech commemorating, Day the evening and includedin The solution according to ., Miss Elon Guice, chairman, pre- Rachel King. Mrs. Skinner aM
tory In creating a social order at the International Food Fair visitors from neighboring Mayor Thacker is "if you like ; r sided over the business meeting listed by members presented the
'which: protects men from crimes sponsored by the Kissimmee clobs were Adrienne Waits, pat sovereignty then let's have 8 during which the following new program on"Jesus the Light of
and yet gives them the liberties Business and Professional Worn state president and Oleta Clark, sovereignty that stands above officers were elected: Mrs. Arthur the World-Lighting the RainboW'
they need. en's Club Thursday evening. The past district: director, in the Or- every nation, so that .under )teach I Hale, chairman. Mrs. Albert ,I Candles".
This statement was made"by colorful event held at the school lando group; Helen Godwin and nation may be equal just
Ruth Hanchett from St. Cloud as each individual is equal under I
.. --_._- Mrs. Kate Knox and her son the law The problem doe A MotherDaughterBanquet I P-TA Officers To Be
Robert Knox who will leave not involve giving up somethingwe s Scheduled Installed MondayThe
'T J in now have. It is a problem of ,
shortly for tour of duty
a
last of the Kis
creating something that we have I A Mother-Daughter banquetwill meeting
Turkey. never had but that we must have be held at the educational: ) simmee Parent-Teacher Associa-
Mayor Thacker pointed out for human survival-the exten- building of the First Christian tion for the 1059-60 season will
that "modern mecianical: inven- sion of law and order into World I Church Saturday, May. 7th, at 7p.m. be held Monday, May 9th, at the
,
1 c lrr tions have exceeded our sociological Law where it has never before The tickets will be $1.00 high school cafeteria. .
and political, progress to the existed Since, we all have. each.Outstanding This meeting will feature a report
extent that we are in two dif- basic needs-food, shelter. cloth- entertainment is summarizing the years' ac=
ferent worlds. We are trying to ing, security and love and our being planned by the Marys and tivities and will start promptly
Remember your mother on her day with the get to the moon any day now, needs are so universally common, I Marthas who are sponsoring the fit 8 p.m.
yet that same power which enables event'Dinner will be served by Mrs. Louise Hettinger, who
cannot laws
living personal gift of flowers.A flowering why our governing f'r '
us these scientific advance P the men. has been active in the PTA and
those needs be also
plant to brighten her home, to bring back ments can also be ugly and destructive common?" universally The public is invited but tick- school board for many year.
happy memories of your youth. A vase.of one concept of With pungent advice to- her ets must be obtained by Thursday will present the program.Ms. .
armament is ,that it war, wkp. Hettinger rhah-ma\ of the
causes tickets will not be sold at
fresh flowers for her to tenderly arrange listeners, Mayor Thicker, a member .t I as ,
another is that it is Osceola County Children's Commission *
necessaryto the
of the BPW Club, said "It door. For further information -
t and to cherish. A lovely corsage maintain armcments in orderto call Mrs. Jimmy Cox at Til- will speak on the White
informed
r is duty to become
insure the funds- your House Conference on Children, in
she can proudly wear to church. peace and have an opinion and see den 7-2218. .
mental problem of peace is the Washington, which she attended.
,. To y.gr mlk r In a distant city,we.rants..c problem; of national sovereignty what you can. do to promote LTWIRLERSLinda One way to get along with some The new PTA officers will also
world law The truth is that
:,prompt 4.Ev ry Hir.vgh.vr Ftowm-fcy-Wkt Mrvtt the word 'sovereignty' kept the world has become too danger. people is to' get along without. be officially installed at this
Woodrow Wilson from success- z them. time.
e to live in-without world
ELSIE BAKER fully promoting the peace after ous law." Caldwell, left and Jerre Ann Clark, right, .
World War 1; the same ugly, both came home with honors from the State Championship Twirl-
FLORIST word prevented the formation Spend more time with people ers Contest held Saturday, April 23rd. at Orlando. Linda, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Caldwell, placed first in the
: of a strong charter for the UN you like least and you'll find them
eight year old division and won a trophy for the primary division.
17 Monument Ave. Phone TI 6-566 in 1945.
very likable. Jerre Ann, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Clark, won third
in the eleven year old division. Both are students of Merl Smith.
(Photo by Cooper)
sew?

SAVE A T O MO OO O O OOO OO Marys and Marthas Miss Sharon Batten CM/dren

1Il4ff.S 1 CLIP THIS COUPON Sponsor Banquet Feted At Shower '
THIS CERTIFICATE ENTITLES YOU TO -- The Marys and Marthas of thr Miss Sharon Batten was honored / shou/ct
First Christian Church met at the with a surprise Tupperware
50 Top Value StampsFREE home of Mrs, Delbert Whaler shower Friday night at the homeof :. MOt fry
with Mrs. C. C. Tindall' as co Mrs. I. W. Marshall on Canterbury -
hostess. Lane.
AT YOUR NEAREST ,Mrs. Tindall reported on th The guests included Miss Batten -
WINN-DIXIE STORE Mother-Daughter banquet whid the honoree, and Mmes.
is to be held in the educations' Gury Batten, Gilbert Mears, Ves-
ej Void After Limit One Coupon To Adult With building on Saturday, May 7th tel Johnson; Geneva Boling, Ma
,,",171b A $5.00 or Mora Food Order at 7 p.m.. Tickets are being solt Hartley, Sybil Carte, Gladys
L 11 by the members, and no ticket Campbell Betty Moorefield, Ann
2QQQ2000 O QQQQQQOOO200000QOOQQ will be sold after the 5th. Wilson, Peggy Bradbury, Ina
Hats were then made by thr Nern, Nina Dearmin, Anna Tate, .

Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru May 7th members by the group.and modeled The winners and judger wen Tupperware Misses Linda representative Johnson, Virginia and Remember mother on her special'day.

Mrs. Jimmy Stonebraker, prettiset Rote, and Jewell Meyers. '
SBBBBHiiBBBBBflBBBBflflflBBBBBBBBBBBflBflBBBBBflBBBBYOUR hat; Mrs. Harvey Chapman She'. enjoy a thoughtful card,..a. box-.
; :
CHOICE INSTANT funnest hat; Mrs. Eddie Partin Delta ;
most appropriate for wearer Alpha ChapterInitiates candy, and most of all"your, :.)love, /Y,..
E MAXWELL Astorlnst. tI Mrs. Bob Zamarra gayest; :Mrs PledgesThe ". '
6-oz. Jim Chitwood, gaudiest. Delta Alpha Chapter cl and attention.
Refreshments were then serverto Epsilon Sigma Alpha entertained
Jar .69 the following: Mmes. Oler pledges with a buffet supper at t .
6oz.Jor. E Haggard Esther: Mailltard Nei' the home of Mrs. Mickey Broyles
I HOUSE 59 Romzck. Lee Whalen, Jimmy Saturday night.Following .
Cox Billy Prentice, Kelly Lyons the supper pledge initiation
and Johnny Brannaman. was held. Those initiated
limit one of your choice with a $5.00 or mo/e.,Food-Order Hmmmmm Also Misses CV.thJ I Pred ice were Joan Murphy, Lynn Dyali, t
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmQuart"3 Shari and Bevrely Whalen, Delbert Cynthia Smith, and :Mary Lot
Whalen, Bob Marker *n6Gary1 Joitnson.
: .. CosnelL. .. .-.>. <".._...,.., "SAfU ire initiation"the;JeweP&i ;k 114 I3ROARIN IY Ti o-621
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BattleLimit ;' ] eer ony was held for Nan cYELLIOTT'S!
WESO'N OIL 29"; Thrift'Club Is Flynn, Brenda Lupfer. and Lit.
one with a $5.00 lian Gaines. Nancy Celmons
Shown Cancer FilmThe pre .
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CUT-RITE WAXED met Tuesday at the Livestock

Lge. Pkg. two Pavilion guests with present.23 members and GROCERY STORES :

BCLUEHEER Limit I with a 19 Jl Paper 3119'BBBBBBHBaBBBBBBBflBflBBflBBflflBflBBBBBflBBBBBBflflBsU During the business session
$5. or more plans were made for Achievement
Food Order Day to be held May 5th at TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU :

the St. Cloud Community House.A No. 1-831 Palm Way. Ph. TI 66333 a No. 2-720 Bermuda. Ph. TI 6-8622 ,
film then
on cancer was
shown in conjunction with the OPEN MONDAY\ THROUGH THURSDAY 6 A3L to 8 P.M. FRIDAY TIt 9 &: SAT. TILL 10 P- M.



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2A. The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday, May 5, 1960 '

THEKISSIMMEE National Problems and Local PeopleIn High Stakes As Natural As Lemon Drops f

0RID the next fifteen the onrushing of Amerlea's
Impact
F \ GAZETTE years At the end of March the American Medical Association In'an era when it taxes one's imagination to understand
the lives of
will in
growth produce great change out the medical needs of the art literature and living it is refreshing to
jI A. J.fc. ... Perry New psyerIn people. Retaining their control of government, the American sponsored a regional conference on much of today's ,
AaMt1 aging in Baltimore. The AMA's president, Dr. Louis M. read a new book "Norman Rockell, My Adventures as an
MBd6Fa Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. people i will hold the power of deciding whether that change Orr set the keynote in these words: "The time has come for Jlustrator," Doubleday. Author Rockwell tells his Own

0 G y Telephone TIlden 6-2221 will be for good or eviL both political parties to lay aside their partisan political ap jtory. He actually lives these scenes he paints with his

(> 1960 By 1975, the economy should be nearly the equivalentof proaches and seek as groups of thoughtful people, the 'amily, his neighbors or the suojects of his sketches. Whenhe
47j % Entered u Second Clara Kill Matter two American economies of 1959 in terms of the value
t In the Poet Office at XI..1mm..Fl&. courses we must follow in providing our older people with: puts his impressions on canvas it does .not requirea
of all the goods and services produced. This gross national : fuller lives. detailed explanation to tell what the picture is supposed

-Published Thursdays at Kmm ew.Fiona* product today amounts to some 480 billion-by 1975 it U "The stakes are too high, in terms of human lives and to represent, because In most cases the viewer has

expected to be $925 billion in terms of today's dollars. The productivity, for either party to use the problems inherentin actually Jived scenes as depicted. Over three hundred front

LEO SCIIUMAKER danger behind this economic growth will be people. There aging for advantage at the polls." covers of the Saturday Evening Post, by him, have been

Editor aad: ManagerSUBSCRIPTION will probably be 55 million more American citizens 15 years One political approach to these problems is found in enjoyed by millions of people.

from now. the bill which would give federally-paid medical care to social Rockwell has a sense of humor which makes his paintingswarm

By 1975 ifc predicted that there will be a 70 per cent security beneficiaries. This approach ignores the fact personal and understandable. In his own words he

RATES increase in the number of people between the ages of 1$ that needs vary from individual to individual and community says: "My ability was just something I had, like a bag of
Six .months $150; eDe year $L00; two yean $7.00 and 24-some 27/ million in an, and they are the ones to community, and can be met satisfactorily only on the lemon drops. Jarvis could jump over three orange crates;

requiring the most in the way of new home construction, new community level. Such a national program;-entirely aside Jack Outwater had an uncle who had seen a. pirate; George

facilities and new goods and more services of every kind. from the huge tax costs that, would be an inevitable part of Dugan could wiggle his ears; I could draw.

They will be the household-forming1, family-raising population it-would regiment medical care for the age groups con- While a young artist at the Art Students League, George
which will create a ground swell of expansion in count.. cerned, and turn the elderly people into somanymillionfaceless Bridgman made him understand that every smallest detail is
less ways. Some 22 million more homes will be needed to voiceless statistics. mpo-rtant-"That you can't remember how the creases in a

/Ate 6i te house the total population, expected to reach 235 million in The progress so far made by private medicine aided by pair of pants look-you've got to draw from the real article."
,
1975.With the spectacular growth and expansion of voluntary health Thus developed Rockwell's art of immaculate detail. It was

these changes will come undreamed-of advancesin insurance plans, is certainly proof that the remaining prob- an art that was to introduce him to a wide and colorful

communication and transportation which will further lems can be best and most certainly solved by maintainingthe range of people-from his many models to distinguished

erase the rapidly vanishing barriers of time and distance free ssytem. That applies not only for the aged, but for members of the publishing world.

between one section of the country and another. Regional all others. Meanwhile to quote Dr. Orr again, "There is no Rockwell's warmth and unabashedly sentimental per-

OF WEIGHT problems and national policies will affect ever more closelythe one in this nation who needs to go without proper medicalcare sonality are apparent on every page of his candid self-por
BUSINESS LOSING
THIS lives jobs and businesses of local people in all parts of for any reason." The doors to doctors' offices are always trait. Mr. Rockwell's adventures as an illustrator are as

Three weeks ago I weighed 192 pounds, or approximately' 25 the country. open to the indigent.Softening entertaining and beguiling as a Rockwell painting.

pounds more than I should with a height of 510. The 11,000 smaller in the United States *
newspapers
Most of this blubber'was centered in the waste-line. I took a tripto
the Slim-a-Matic at 415 Main Street on a Monday. The reducing remain the greatest body of articulate and independent
j jWe p. P SHOWS TONITEjprfnte
salon, operated by Mrs. Ann Perkins is geared to help people lose thought in the world. In the midst of distractions which THREE
weight, increase circulation and relieve tension. beset us, they are more than ever an indispensable asset

This is all accomplished by & series of electrical equipment, such that a free nation must preserve. have heard comment recently about the "softness"of xrkFrrirrv

as a gyro-trim chair a gyro-malic couch a slim-a-mat roller, slim-a- The right to discuss issues, disagree and argue on questions American youth. If such a condition, exists what is the vJv
mat table a belt and bicycle. vitally affecting our lives from the community to the i cause? '
Ga-
the Slim-a-Matie scales looking like Tony
lento I at weighed his prime in on, which was gigantic. I sat down in the electric national level l. 13 the. mark of bier free society. The newspapers -' 'Could it be the result of the state (government) assum-

chair rolled with the belt, relaxed on the conch. It was a wonderful of the nation are the only broadly circulated means I ing greater and greater control over the individual his t
experience because it aetually does relax you. of communication which carry the written record. On their schooling, his work, his income his savings, his death and

"You can't lose weight just by this passive exercise. Ann Per- editorial pages they present views concerning issues whichcan his,estate-in other words cradle to the grave supervision?
kins said, "because you,have to watch your diet. ,< : : be thoughtfully studied and evaluated by the people at We now read that the New York City Board of Educa- PLANNING A BANQUET? .BUFFET

And it became fish, broiled steak salad without"oil, boiled eggs, their leisure. As community builders, newspaper editors tion sanctions a short course for junior and senior high BRIDAL SHOWER? .. or a WEDDING?

black coffee, no salt, no sugar no butter, no soft drinks,.or otherwise. have an ever-growing interest in national questions which schools next year, the purpose of which is to teach how to We have private rooms for your special parties and we
And by Tuesday I was down to 191. The next day 190.There's in bear on big government, inflation, taxation and restrictionsthat have a happy home. The course will include "group dating lore to cater, to them.
no point in going into it further. I lost:seven pounds
two weeks and am working off the next three. I know what vanilla- affect business and :employment in every area of the double dating, single dating, steady dating" and the SANDER'SDUTCH
flavored yogurt tastes like, but I feel better. country. It does little good for local Chambers of Com- development of "qualities that make one popular."
I found that Ann Perkins has the equivalent of a gymnasium in merce to tout the attractiveness of their area for manufacturing The assumption that normal young people need such} KITCHEN
her salon whereby one can relax and get all the exercise he or she plants and homes if they are; indifferent to poli- instruction is virtually an insult to their intelligence. but it
needs to keep in shape, provided they watch what they:eat. cies at the state or federal level which would discouragesuch is a good example of state direction of the individual.If Eating In The True Pennsylvania Dutch Tradition
In my situation, this is rough, and the rest is easy." expansion. such public, instruction doesn't produce "softeness"and Full Course Dinners Platters Seafoods
All have to do is drop a quarter in the machine and doze Sandwiches Steaks and Chops
off. The you exercise comes automatically.But Government did not build the Unitel States. It was lack of self-reliance in young people, it will be becauseof
PIES HOMEMADE SOUPS
have you ever eaten vanilla-flavored yogurt?, built by the drive and vitality of its citizens working under their native intelligence. HOMEMADE -
Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Snyder
*. freedom in a: private enterprise economy. Private industrialand
WE ARE CLOSED MONDAYS Open 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
TITLE FOR WORST THIEF business institutions enable the individual to work for After washing greasy dishes or 11 to 8:30
Tuesdays through Saturdays. Open Sunday aJn. p.m.
KissimmeeLivestock always flush drain with hot
himself instead of for government and so give him the in- pans
Eddie Densmore chairman of the counter containers for the canter water. This helps to keep your Hwy. 441 between St. Cloud and Kissimmee
to and
representative government
drive now under way, is hopping mad. So is.Chairman. Pete Hunt ; dependence preserve pre- drain from clogging "up.
and Phil Phillips. vent the growth of uncontrolled political force which has always -

On Friday of last week a thief took the counter.container from presented the greatest danger to human life and hap Market\ ReportBy
the Phil and Nez Drive-in Restauraunt on Main Street. Nez Phillips piness. Only in his! local newspaper can every citizen read i
said the container had a right smart of money in it. the news stories and discussions bearing on the problems KEN CALDWELLAt FLORIDA'SBIGGEST J
Maybe this scoundrel enjoyed his loot, but we doubt it. that face him and whose solution will determine the condi-
tions under which he and his children will have to live. the Kissimmee Livestock VACATION I
Market Wednesday April 27 467
Editorial One of the greatest changes in American life is the cattle and calves were sold com- BARGAIN !
growth of "Suburbia" people streaming out of cities to pared to 589 a week ago. !
live in suburban areas where 70 per cent of all new homesare

Coast Guard Is M tal now built. and Price calves trends were on slaughter about steady cows, ELL IN OR I .

? tai. Editors of local newspapers in:bursting suburban boom while other slaughter classes were : :

1 District towns have a difficult problem. Great pressure is put on too scarce to compare. Stocker ,
The local Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla IVt
them to devote their energy toward solving the logistics ol steers were 1 lower, heifers and AS LOW AS
7 of which Jack Carroll is commander, recently had :
present the new society around them. The tremendous push of l local cows steady on meager supply
occasion to show how important it is to a community and VILLAGE
elements for new cultural educational and recreational fa and calves were uneven but aver- $ : ]i'
located the vital Kissimmee Valley chainof S9f'
area as we are on aging about steady. \
lakes. cilities' all aimed at attracting new industry and creatingmore ,
jobs-is almost overwhelming. And yet there is an One utility slaughter steers sold DAYTONA BEACH
The auxiliary with most of its members using their AT
for $19.75 one cutter $17.50. "
need that their and '>f
imperative local\ keep news com "
own craft and gasoline and equipment, aided with the search ment balanced so that the papers citizens themselves-already too One standard slaughter heifer 650 FAMILY VACATION VILLASBY PER WEEK FOR 4
for a drowning Victim in St. Cloud and with the search for cutter FAMOUS BEACH
$20 one 1625. THE WORLD'S MOST
concerned with their own affairs-are awakened to the prob- 176 OF 650 UNITS !
an overdue boat Friday night.E. Utility slaughter cows $16- Pools Golf&Tennis'
lems facing the country as a whole.It Swimming MAY i
T. (Boone) Schweikart, a former ommander,reports $18.50, cutter 1416.50, canner Free TV Room TelephonesDOG AUGUST 31 Lj t
that the buxiilary had four boats out joining in the search is well to remember when international pressures $12. 0-$14.75. 1
within minutes after receiving word that the boat was threaten our own institutions, that America needs no apol- One cutter bun $15. RACING JAI! AlAI AUTO RACING j
In all history there is no record comparable in j jI.
any ell'r
missing., ogy. wayto Two calves All thin **4 CJlMor VUlag it day
that of the United States in terms of spreading amongan good slaughter yaw bom. than.m*s5 Fl ride rats.P j
Many of the members have their ship-to-shore $24X0, standard $20.50-$22.75: ,
radios and can stay in contact with the Sheriff's Depart, entire people, the greatest of material benefits, as wellas utility $17.EO-$21. Las .- sass s s eTJ1 ..i
the greatest opportunity for every individual to develophis
ent during such an emergency. Good and choice vealers $27.50- end additioI eol
brochure
For free ce-lor
Another of the auxiliary's functions is to maintain spiritual cultural and economic ability to the fullest 39.25 standard $23.60-$27.75. lnfoniKi1i.il write I

boating safety, and along this line the unit has accomplished extent of which he is capable. Medium stocker steers brought J ELLINOR VILLAGE, De pi.rI ::93I

:a great job in connection with the Boat-a-Cade, and per-, National issues are now of personal concern to editors $1-$20.75 Medium, common $16-$18. I DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA I II ',,{ ,' _.'.,,', ', >, :'
heifers
.haps is one of the reasons that there has never been a real and readers of every local paper whether In a farming eom- $18-$21.25 com- .' ;" ''''- .;

:bad accident during the ten year history of the nationally-' munity or a suburban boomtown. Under the lash of ever- mon Inferior yearlings stocker$18-$20.cows $12-$14.75. I INAME I II '

,known cruise. I faster travel and communication and bigger government Good stocker calves over 250 aoDUS I \i; ; !
Schweikart said yesterday that if any one needs help regarding reaching deeper into the affairs and pocketbooks of private Ibs. $23. 5-125.75, common and I a > > '
: search and disaster that they need only to contactany citizens, it is increasingly hard to find a purely local '"prob medium '$18.50-$23.50, under 250 L.J..I STATr- ir'j.:;' *'' ;;, <
member of this very vital organization. to get action lem.." ,', Ibs. $21-$28. ( :, "JO_ .#", ,' .-

:and immediate action at that.

It is good to know that the Coast Guard is ready and S

willing in case of emergency. '
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blasts and hout detect the -' j The Kissimnw' Gazette Thursday May 5, 1960 1':11": JA:
James Pound Ends presence! of radioactive 'fallout Gus Mauch (
with delicate detection instru.

Intensive CourseOn ments.Pound is the son of Tax Collector { Suffers Real Estate Sales

-and Mrs. W. E. (Ed) Poundof

Civilian DefenseIn Leavitt Kissimmee.and Pound's. trainingwas AttackGus I

not only practical, but realistic Mauch, who is trainer for T$253,450.00Real
since as a vital part of the the New York Yankees and lives
the event of an atomic at- Carl R. Leavitt and James E. course, highly radioactive isotopesof with his wife, Mary, in a lovely
tack Jacksonville now has two I Pound, FAA Chiefs of the Jacksonville Cobalt 60 were scattered overa home at Alligator Lake duringthe estate transactions exceeding in Henry A. Mathews Additionfor
men trained and qualified, to de- .I Airport Traffic Control wide area and they were required off-season, suffered a coronary $5000 during the past $10,000; Lena Jean Roark to
tect the presence and. amount of Tower and the Jacksonville Air to search for them with a on April 22. week as recorded by Glenn Ray, Millard and Ella Osborne in
radioactive fallout it was announced Route Traffic Control Center, geigere counter. When they dis ." Gus, 57-year-old co-operator of clerk of the circuit court, totaled Town of St Cloud for $6000.
yesterday by L. C. Elli I. have just completed an intensive covered the radioactive capsules, Kissimmee Baseball School here $253,450,00, according to the Mr. and Mrs. Gorden Tyson to
ott, Region Two manager of the training course at Atlanta, Georgia they were required to use long with Sid Hudson each January- state tax stamps affixed. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gauthierin
Federal Aviation Agency (FAA). I in.' the effects of nuclear I tongs to place them in special February, is being treated fit Lena Mitchell sold property to Holten's Addition for $10,000;
I 250-pound lead shielding contain j $, r, Lennox Hill Hospital in New Mr. and Mrs. Jesse LaMonda in Mr. and Mrs. Richard Padgett to
ers. York City. the Seminole Land and Invest Francis Williams in Dellwood
I Victor Gardner, radiological defense % Mauch was in this hospital ment company's subdivision for Park for 13,500; and Mr. and
officer of the Federal Avia- a x when he had the seizure. He had $5000; Mr. and Mrs. Creed Rea- Mrs. Louis Klein sold propertyto

SHOE SALEFIVE taken Roger Maris there after gan sold to Mr. and Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Axel Allen in
the outfielder sprained an ankle Sutter in the Town of St. Cloud Pine Grove Park for 8000.MRCONDITIONED .
Pastimes In that afternoon. While Dr. Sidney for $10,500; Mr. and Mrs. Earl

CARLTON VISITS KISSIMMEE-Doyle E. Carlton, Jr, gnberna- Gaynor, Yankee physician, was i Rowsey sold to Mr. and Mrs. William -
BIG DAYSPeters Sports tonal candidate from Wauehnli. greeted friends in Kissimmee examining Marls, Gus suffered Ingram in Toliga Lakeviewfor
Tuesday Shown, above are Riley Miles, ex-mayor; Carlton, Senator his attack. $5000. '
Peters By Richardsi Irlo Branson and Lee Graves, Carlton's campaign manager Joe Soares, trainer of the Rich Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tyson :t
City Club and Velvet StepWeatherbird in Osceola County (Photo by Cooper) mond, Virginia club in the Inter sold to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Pavin

Diamond Brand Shoes 'I..f-.fHE : national League was rushed to acrege for $10,000; Mr. and COMFORT
Shoes for Men For Women Yankee Stadium the next day to Mrs. R. C. Macy sold acrege to
carry on until Mauch returns to Adolph and Esther Foote and
and Boys and Children MIDDISHADE
his job.NARCE. Thomas Edge for $75,000; Mr. ,
'
and Mrs. Deward Clifton sold to
Many\ Values All Other Mr.\ and Mrs. Acie Blount in R TI .

To $11.95FOR $588 Styles t To Celebrate Marydia Subdivision for $9500;
I 20% OFF 0 0i t Fifth AnniversaryThe Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wheeler sold
ONLY SPORT COATSMIDDISHADE
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Tat to Mr. and Mrs. C. R.; Bevil in ,
Kissimmee chapter of the Delkay Park for $8000; Mr. and
i FlitS AUTO RACE Mrs. Lloyd Robinson to Mr. and
a National Association of Retired
NOT ALL SIZES IN ALL STYLES IN STOCK, BUT AN WAS OM TAWiTOROUeNFRANCE.
EXCELLENT VARIETY. EVER ROM .* TOTAL Civil Emplocees will celebrate its Mrs. James Smith in Town of
DISTANCE OF 73 MILtS. fifth anniversary this month. St. Cloud for $8500.
s., The chapter was first estab Atlas Florida Corporation sold
ALL SHOES AND BOOTS ON SALE5BIGDAYSS lished on May 25, 1955 and Mr. to Mr. and Mrs. William Ritter
Roy C. Potts, representing the in Kissimmee Highlands for
0..a National Organization opened the $10,750; Atlas Florida Corporation -
S Gun Bluing ;,;: meeting with sixteen persons to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
...
o Large Selectionof ;:J present. Oglctree in Kissimmee Highland
FRL SAT. MON. TUE. WED. Fishing I. i < : "" Mr. A. G. Federle was electedits for $8150; Mr. and Mrs.
, Dean to Mr. Mrs.
Tackle R.. '"' president Mr. George Cornell Staples and
May 6, 7. and'9, 10, 11 Model Cars ::. secretary and other officers ap- Robert Preston in Lake Shore rI
o {" Park St. Cloud, for $8,550 Or-
Mr. Tom Harnett ;
pointed were ,
Doors Open 8:30 Buy, Several Pair Planes ....'% ; vice-president, Miss Roena Edge, ange Gardens Incorporated to

0 .%z CaL Magnum corresponding secretary and Mr. William Murray and Josephine
SORRY NO Pistols SENATOR DICKINSON VISITS CITY-Senator Fred O. (Bud) John McLellan. treasurer. Murray in Orange Gardens for
ALL SALES CASH. Dickinson, gubernatorial candidate, visited Kissimmee on Wednes- $12,400.Mr. I
REFUNDS The first Saturday of each
EXCHANGES
ALL SALES FINAL! day of last week. Pictured with the senator is Phillip R. Kelley, month selected and Mrs. Eugene Higgenssold
the
OR LAY-AWAYS. local attorney who handled Dickinson's campaign in Osceola was meeting
RICHARDS County. (Photo by Skinner) date in the Orange Gardens acrege to Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
community house with a covered Wolford for $5200; Mary Curryto
SPORT SHOP dish luncheon to be the inviting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hutchins
9rA tion Agency's Region Two, said at fled for a special license issued by
.
a- 1417 N. MAIN ST. the Regional Headuarters in Fort the Atomic Energy Commission. feature of each meeting.The

TI 7-2006 Kissimmee Worth today, "Leavitt and Pound Now that they are trained, they of Federal chapter Civil now Retirees claims in 9Qfl this Last year the per capita consumption :
proved their ability at radioactive will help form the hard core of of newsprint in the Uni- .
active
and is in cooperatingwith
fallout detection and have quali- the FAA's Region Two organization area 'the state and national or- ted States was 76.2 lbs.
of trained experts in the de-
tection of fallout' ganization in securing legislationto r
Gardner emphasized, "Because improve the wellbeing of the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AovaaflaD

,for a family fun motor at a popular price FFA people, during an enemy at- retired the federal workers service.of all branchesof SOCIETY T '
L tack, are committed to remain at 110 Dakin Ave. (Brahman Inn ...
their stations to furnish traffic The chapter will observe its Hotel) Sunday Services 11 ajn.ounuay "
control to military planes the fifth anniversary on Saturday, School 9:30 a.m.
SEE THE EXTRAS IN THE Federal Aviation Agency plans to May 7r in the Orange Gardens Wed. Night Services 8 p.m.
SCOTT community house at 12:30 p.m.
have trained radiological monitors
;- with covered dish luncheon and Cool and light-in-wei0ht '
o MOST EXCITING MOTOR AFLOAT in every air traffic control a
facility in the southern United special program. fabric...in blends of
States and the Caribbean this The Honorable ExSenatorand I "Orion" acrylic and woof,,
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ad ( :. THE ALL NEW SCOTT
ii year." Mrs. James M. Mead and Mr. "Dacron"polyester and
CaMTal, IMF, This training is a part of the and Mrs. Victor Fuchs, field wool...all-worsteds
Federal Aviation Agency's pro- vice president will be onr hon and fine cashmere,too. (
i. ; .' "te'a... / -: :. All ten great new Scotts from $.6 to 60 hp (OBC certified) gram to insure the nation superior ored guests. I Styled superbly in the

'-' :> o All MakesofBoatsare- loaded with'extra value." Scott puts you way ahead'with. 'k .' ''!' aviation' service duringtwar ": ''' : .... famous custom of Masterpiece
: .
-. ;;,.- ,'= -.colorful, modern styling advanced engineering and far ahead ,''''i'.; ,as'well as in peacetime.' Orange'Gardens';To 'i, tailoring by Middi- /
< Created .
the
o Factory Trained' I features like Electric-Starting with generator (at no extra' by Congress shade. for that harp, I
1958
the authoritative
Federal
Service Men. cost). There's Bail-a-matic power bailing, and single lever Aviation Agency, in addition to Install OfficersNew L crisp look on even the \

'. control of throttle and shift, one third less fuel consumption encouraging and fostering the de- directors of Orange Gar- hottest, most humid days;
O Easy Terms than any other outboard motor. velopment of civil aviation has dens Civic Association will be installed Come see and try the
the task -of the latest flair in casual wear.)
modernizing' fed- at regular meeting
.. eral airways directing air traffic Thursday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m.
control of both civil and military The meeting will be precceded bya '
HARRIS MARINE CENTER aircraft allocating the diminishing smorgasbord at 6, with a program I'
airspace, and both issuing of informal singing.
I OUR QWJT'f WORK: SHORE'SMEN'S
and enforcing air safety rules. James C. MacGowan has been WORTH MUCH MORE

1013 N. MAIN 0 TI 72410 re-elected president. Gertrude :M.\ LOOK AT THE UNC
Demonology is the study of evil Woods was re-electd to the board OUTSIPCOOftPOOft.
spirits. and appointed to continue as
treasurer. Jim Wright'sStandard WEARTake

New directors elected to serve
,two years are Norman G. Krie-I ServiceMain
T tel, appointed vice president & Vine at Stoplight

: 'Harry Englander, Morris James, ._ __ _H_
INSURE WITH CONFIDENCE and A. B. Lendved. They succeed -
Mildred Wells, John A. Sem- x
ple, George Harris and K. C. A Good Look

Moore, Jr.Remaining. At The Serviceman. ..
as board membersare
Harry McPherson, who will Sure we are proud of our attractive -

>serve as secretary, and Edwin J. I, convenient station .
Ladue, re-appointed director of but, the service your car re-
public relations. ceives really depends on the
1I Chairmen appointed to serve man who does the work! Eachof
for the coming year are Mrs.
servicemen works in
our an
George Glover, hostess committee -
Sfs curona AGENT ; Mrs. Arnold L. Simonson, efficient, expert manner. because
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library; and Rolla B. Snyder, he's a specialist. Come
tttrts You altst u.wa.tKer shufleboard. and see!
o Hostesses for the smorgasbord
.'_ meeting will be Mrs. George S. Bud 8 Johns Gulf Service

Murphy, Mrs. Harry M. Gallo-
way, Roena Edge, Marjorie Fish, 80S N. MAIN PHONE TI -582

OSCEOLA COUNTY and Edith Spencer. t


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ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE AGENTS: I Cage Kissimmee GameThe Boy Scouts'will Il 1t0

I basketball play the SL game Cloud this Scouts Saturday in at a

the livestock pavilion at 10 a.m.,
according to Craig Bell and
Glenn Ogglesby scoutmasters of r.
the two troops.
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akprvn. YO ar 'YO T9ASINi persons wishing to attend are
1 AGENT A 1 AvENT cordially invited to do so. .

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J. E.
Osceola Mozlcy .
Lupfer's Insurance Hettinger ,l:,
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Insurance : : Agency ,Insurance Agency
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Agency AgencyInsurance. ? heaters, eg other approved types of space heat.
12 Broadway a Kissimmee _' ,""* 1012 N. Y. Ave. o St.'Cloud-. 1222 10th St. St. Cloud '.'. .1114 N. Y. AYC. o St. Cloud Ing. there I* no heating like gas heating with

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4A The KUsimmee Gtiette, Thwrtday, May 5, 196' turned home last week 'end aftef< Osceola BiographyIs
I spending several days at the New Forthcoming
Episcopal Bible Training Conference Hospital Names

at Avon Park. She states i{ tIn John W. Bibb's forthcoming
was a very successful conferenceand biography of Osceola, The Singing -
Gardens Jottings one that gave ,a great deal Sun is a poignant love story
Orange Chief Of
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of. benefit to those in attendance.Dr. S Pharmacy about a young officer at Fort
and Mrs. George Beauch- King and Osceola's sister which
By amp have returned home after a
had its inception within three or
i visit of several days to Washington. 5 1+ John Myers has been named four miles of Silver Springs perhaps -
ANNA REYNOLDS D. C. ., new chief of the pharmacy in the PHARMACIST at the spring itself.
Day by day, in every way the Kissimmee Hospital i replacing The History of the Second Cavalry -
bird sanctuary grows> mere and i iI Richard Padgett, Bruce Thogmar. I formerly the Second Dra
keeping it looking in tip top tin administrator, reported yes- ) goons tells the story at least in
At election time there is always directories; with, the listing oi shape is largely defrayed by the terday. part John Graham, a native of
much discussion and debate current addresses and telephone. sale of Weather Cheks' which is Myers was born, in Chicago. Illinois New York state, graduated from
concerning the high cot of Government I numbers. Jt also! serves in p Oint,. a very useful gadget, in deter.. in September of 1929 and West Point in the spring of 1834.
particularly on the fed- ing. out the steady growth in the mining wind speed, wind direction a .r,d -I came to Florida in 1947. Assigned first to the Fourth Infantry
eral leveL However the individual Gardens and gives everyone ao temperature, rainfall and He served in the U. S. Army he was stationed duringthe
states: are not without faultIn opportunity to get in contact with total rain: Further information ( for 22 months, 10 of which were v rz winter of 1834-5 at Fort King
the wasteful use of tax money. our new neighbors. regarding this instrument can be t with the combat engineers in here he met and' wooed the
Jt seems that the most striking There will be a Smorgasbord obtained by contacting: Mr. Ed La- Korea and in 1952 was honorably younger of Osceola's two sisters,
waste of taxpayers' money is the get-together in the Community due, TI 7-2T547, 1815 Orange discharged with the rank of ser t Nathleocee PowelL.
long drawn-out murder trials s0< House BIdg. at 6 pan. an Thursday ,Blvd. o'/t ''a. geant.In Graham and Leocee Powell were
largely publicized in the current May 5, to be followed by The Bible Study Group will 1953 he enrolled in the University married and lived together for a
newspapers and TV and radio the regular monthly feeling of continue its meetings at 10 a.m. of Florida College of Pharmacy while at the Powell homestead.
bfOad aSta. It would seem that the Orange Gardens Civic Association on Thursday during May. and graduated in June of When the war broke out betweenthe
once the guilt or innocence of at which time there will ,.Johnny explained ,to his teacher 1957 and after serving his required Seminoles and the whites in
the arties on trial is once clearly! be a business meeting and installation that he was late for school because { apprenticeship became a November 1935, Osceola drove
established, the trials could be of' .new directors. It is I there had been a weddingin Jd' a registered pharmacist.He young Graham from the Powell
brought to a speedy conclusion hoped; that all residents of the : his family that morning. was an active member of home and forbade the couple ever
without all the legal "mumbo- gardens will plaa to attend this I "That's nice" the teacher said, ; j ps' Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fra- .. to see each other again on pain
jumbo" and other forms of "ma- meeting which will be the last "Who gave the bride away'? ternity, Mortar and Pestle and the of death.
larkey" so largely prevalent of one until FalLIt "I could have" Johnny said, Phi Sigma Kappa social frater- When the Second Dragoons was
late. It is difficult to see any is a pleasure to report that "but I kept my mouth shut." ; nity while In college and held several r organized Graham became a first
point: in making all the .side-show Dr. and Mrs. Renus Olsen havf And Joe Yablonski, our village offices in the latter frater lieutenant in that regiment. He
sensationalism so largely a part' returned to their home on Doris butcher says that a man's repu: >. nity. JOHN MYERS resigned from the army soon afterward -
of trials that have the serious Street. tation is like a glass of water; John is presently a member of and died in Tallahasseeat
task of deciding the fate of the Congratulations are extended to spill. it on the ground and you s; f rc.A the Florida State Pharmaceutical 77 the age of only 27.
Milton\
persons accused. Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Jacksonon can never pick{ it up again. Association, Orange County Phar- Taylor, ,
It is always a pleasure to receive their recent marriage. When a wife doesn't mind her NEW CURATOR AT "GATORLAND""-Frank Godwin son of maceutical Association and Na Victim of DrowningMilton
the new Orange Gardens )I Mrs. Charles W. Gerrish re- husband spending a night witn Mr. and Mrs. Owen Godwin, has returned from a tour of duty ofatorlalld. tional Association of Retail Drug -v '..&. ," .....-. CARD OF THANKSI
with the U. S. to assist his father in the operation
Army
the boys it probably means she'smarried gists. Taylor, 77, a residentof friend
-- ." His official title will be Curator and Assistant Director owl to thank all ray
to a scoutmaster.A John met his wife at the University Kissmmee for 10 years w ent p (Mia* lovely flow
and as curator will be in charge of all the living specimensas era and cards during my nines*
to health, diet and general cleanlme&s. Owen is planning a of Florida and they were drowned in St. Cloud Canal last and stay at the Klsaimra Hoa
eraser trip to the Arctic sometime in August to hunt polar bears. married in Orlando where her week. visits.plUl- greatly appreciated: your
blackboard
clean ear- (Photo by Cooper) parents reside. She is preseently Taylor was a retired farmer
tied in glove compartment, is a MRS GEORGE BRONSVJXAirConditiorffd):
--- employed as a laboratory technician from Alabama.He .
handy gadget to clean steamedupwindows at Central Florida Blood is survived by his sons
in your car. ,. School Year Book 46 Died On Highways Bank. Willie Raymond Taylor, Kissimmee -

To Go On Sale Soon | During FebruaryThe Ottis James Taylor, Quit-
Florida Highway Patrol man, Ga., and George Robbie
HollybrookNursery The 1959-60 annual year book investigated 2,200 highway crashes F.F.A. B Prepare Taylor, Ft. White; daughter,
will go on sale soon commemorating outside corporate cities of Mrs. Essie Pope, Plant City;
ELLIE HUGH'S FLORIST the 1960 graduating class Florida in February in which For ContestThe brother, Andy Taylor, Alabama
of Osceola High School. 973 persons were injured and 46 Kissimmee Future Farmersof and 10 grandchildren.
MR. AND MRS. ROY a GRAVES This year's annual theme is The body will be forwarded to
America entered the sub-dis
207 BROADWAY o PHONE XI 6-5591 DavenportIf "Moments to Remember" and the died.State troopers made 8,809 arrests trict contest at Sanford April 22 Opelika Ala. for funeral services
is decorated in white and with those and interment by the Riedel Fu-
a "Mamma this and "Mamma"that cover in connection and won five out of eight entries. Shows
gold. Cindy Frybreger, editor in and other cases and handed out These were string band, harmonica neral Home.Flora's.
But And MOTHER'S'Mamma. all DAY day la long-special chief has devoted much of her 19,710. written warnings. quartet public speaking and
With a GIFT you can't go wrong. time to the annual along with Over 66,000 persons took driver horseshoe pitching.All .
jl"iiCI.\LI: the various committees.The licenses. Less Roadside
tests to secure of these boys have been
t t tt GRAFTED book consists of 124 pages ) than half passed while over working hard toward the district Box Office Opens 2:15 p.m.
1 and some 380 have been sold out 32,000 failed. contest which will be held at Or- RestaurantFor Saturdays and Sundays
: GARDENIASin of the 400 ordered. The staff is division which I
: ; The weights lando May 6th at Boone High Colored Patrons
bloom everblooming variety offering as a special service cleat looks after overweight truckson School. THUR. FRIDAYMay
ar.lng' i2DINNER $1.59 plastic covers to protect the annual the roads-stopped 21,487trucks. The boys in the contest were CURB SERVICE 5.6

U Large Sizes. found 375 overweightand Roland Davis Mike Partin, Don Specializing in Barbecued\ Ribs
and Home Cooking-
iR* : $450 their owners were. assessed ald Blanton, Mike Johnson and The Motion Picture'*?
.I.W band MEALS 2SC
To 30790. Dickie McLaughlin, string ; up '
CONFEDERATEJASMINE Nazarene Church In other activities the patrol: Bobby Stevens harmonica; Roland Short Order. Milk Shakes For
in Meals
Specializing famous for their
Present Flowers Drove 1,363,222 miles. Spent Davis Mike Partin, Mike Open 24 Hours Ereoriel .
delicious goodness. .. 97,202 hours on duty and assisted Johnson and Dickie McLaughlin, i
how pieces in full flower A bouquet"of flowers will be 6,667 motorists in trouble temporarily quartet; John Roebuck, public I 7 Days a Week 0
Always Prompt and Courteous Service tit ($5.00 value) awarded the oldest and youngest along the highways. Recovered speaking; Roger Haddock and Al- \Vt ,". :'i.nlt:' .. Miry. 327Old
$3-95 mother and the mother with- the 36 stolen vehicles, apprehended fred Muson horseshoe pitching. ( OrUad Hon4) o

Open 10 AJK. to 5:30 P.M. most children. present: in Sunday 59 wanted persons and
MrS. Mac's Restallant Tuesday through Sunday. School on Mothers Day at the wrote 19,279 faulty equipment
Church of the Nazarene here: notice warnings.
1ZO BROADWAY V Tt 3UI Closed Monday Also the annual Pastor Report GIVE "
WHOLESALE RETAIL will be given Sunday morning. Evangelist To Hold ,
Tent RevivalThe MOMA 1K7.a1e oaar.re

St Cloud Nazarenes are
sponsoring a tent meeting with
THE GAZETTE Evangelist Ralph Sexton and rkriW4 a..,; ai
TTT blind song evangelist and organ-
ist Orian Osburn at Tenth and 0o
BREAKV e
Tennessee in St. Cloud. .
WILL PUBLISHPICTURES Reverend Sexton spent a big 1
part of his evangelistic ministryin NO
tent revivals and in one south- DISHESNO SATURDAY May 7
ern city over 1000 decisions for ...,. .., ,COOKINGFor ,
OF LOCAL Christ were mode during i his SHEWASN'TTHE a
meeting. A forceful Bible preacher -
WHITE WOMAN
with an unusual delivery, Sexton The Whole Family
? is outstanding in his field of HFD BOUGHT...

CHILDREN FREE! evangelism.Orian Osburn blind since a Enjoy a Delicious Meal ; : BUT SHE

few hours after his birth leads
the singing from his place at From Children's Menu WAS ,
(There Is No Obligation) the organ. His family also helps $i.35 -

Osburn with the special music.

6 AGES Infants through 10 The pastor Rev. M. G. Burn- Frazer's Restaurant
years.. sed and his people plan to erecta /
beautiful sanctuary on the spot
.
Older Children may be included/ where the tent meeting is being TROPICAL HOTEL I r
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I' held Services are held nightly at 1 y'r

when all the children of a familyv! : 7:30 and on Sunday at 11 a.m.,
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Wilson Wins First w

Several: poses will Be taken by. an expert: child photographer.. In Conference Meet\ I
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Osceola High School won first T
place in the mile run at the Hot .

..- Parents will be assigned. a day tai examine. proofs; and I select their Ridge Bartow Conference last week. Track"The team Meet did in Weather.... t. J;". 'f I I'C t I NANCY Ibm'GATES-RDIARD nlI HealsSat I

: very good in the events that we _.bhUiEll 2T
favorite for publication at a later.date. entered and we hope to"do even logne. 1 a.raa.M aallClTIXIO.1IIIIr
better in the future, Coach '
Travis Akin said. ..Ins isle you wait for eaclfsummerl Play it cool,..splash oa _..".-....PIIXU a: _I _
In other events that the Kow- :refreshing Hot Weather Cologne by Dorothy Cray White Lilac I
Parents may if they wish order Photographs, but:t's is entirely up boys entered they took third June Bouquet Summer Song,Elation.Sweet Spice Natural andtile assfalasfortruawCOl01t
place in the 880 relay; third in newljoral Fanlaiy. 6% ot. A $2.00 value now just 11.00. I

'.., the sprint medley and third in Dorothy GrayBroadway a
the -
to parent the mile relay. Roger Hadock -- -11
.' !I. tied for third in the high jump

'. > .... ,- and Ronnie Moneyhan placed second PharmacyYour SUN. MON. May\ 8 9Erigitte
in the 100 yard dash and
fourth in the 220 yard dash.
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HERE IS- THE TIME AND PLACE The Kowboys in the first year Walgreen Agency slam Ran".,"....

for the track team placed fourth Bardot
; out of seven schools entered in 201 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-2351

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I enough boys to enter an the New Moisturizing i Bod/Lotion-apply generously over facevhands To Ware
M. TO 58 P.-'M.; events. Coach Akin said, "with Helps moisturize -
'A. 3* and body before and after exposure to son. .
hte proper facilities the Kowboys and soften skin. In White Lilac June Bouquet, Sweet- o i-in. "onWE.
-.. i might i be able to come out first Spice.and Summer Song fragrances. 12 to. $1.00.

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Pare 4A The KUsimme Gazette, Th.nday,- May 5, 1960I 'turned hone Jut week .end after Osceola BiographyIs
I spending several days'! at the ,
Episcopal Bible,Training. Confer* Hospital Names New I Forthcoming
ence at Avon Park She states if* ii
TIn
was a very successful conference i; John W. Rabb's forthcoming
Orange Gardens 'Jottings and one that gave a great deal} 1 r biography of Osceola, The Sing-

of, benefit to those ia attendance. Chief Of PharmacyJohn ing Sun, is a poignant love story
Or. and Mr*. George Beauch- .I about a young officer at Fort
By .' :. amp have returned home after 3 King and Osceola's sister which

ANNA J. REYNOLDS i visit of several days to Washing. ". ,r John Myers has been named had its inception within three or
D. C. four miles of Silver Springs, per-
ton
: .. new chief of the pharmacy in the
: Day by day in every way the Kissimmee Hospital replacing PHARMACIST haps at the spring itself.

J- .. :-.. .. .._ -.A... bird sanctuary grows mere and Richard Padgett, Bruce Thogmar- _. The History of the Second Cavalry
-- .
'keeping it looking in tip top tin administrator, reported yes- -. k formerly the? Second Dragoons -
At election time there is always directories with the listing of shape ii largely defrayed by the terday. _:, tells the story at least in
much discussion and debate current addresses and telephone sale of Weather Cheks: which is SS part. John Graham, a native of
concerning the high cost of Government numbers. It also serves in point a very useful gadget, in deter* Myers was born in Chicago, Illi- i New York state, graduated from
in of
particularly on the federal ing out the steady growth in' the mining wind speedj wind direction t r N nois Florida September in 1929 and .:.'. West Point in the spring of 1834.
to 1947.
level However, the individual Gardens, and gives everyone aa temperature, :rainfall and _: I Ii came Assigned first to the Fourth Infantry -
states are not without faultin opportunity to get in contact wits total rain: Further information He served in the U. S. Army he was stationed duringthe
the wasteful use of tax money. our new neighbors. regarding this instrument can be ,for 22 months, 10 of which were winter of 1834-5 at Fort King
It seems that the most striking There will 'be a Smorgasbord obtained by contacting Mr. Ed La- ; with the combat engineers in j.F where he met and wooed the
waste of taxpayers' money is the get-together in the Community due, TI 7-2T64.7, 1815 Orange : .St i ; 'Korea and in 1952 was honorably younger of Osceola's two sisters
long drawn-out murder trials so House Bldg. at 6 pan. on> Thurs r discharged with the rank of sergeant Nathleocee Powell
s
largely publicized in the current day May 5, to be followed by Blvd.The Bible Study Group will Graham and Leocee Powell were
newspapers and TV and radip>> the regular monthly feeling of continue its meetings at 10 a-m. ,; w- In 1953 he enrolled in the Uni- L- married and lived 'together for a
broadcasts. It would seem that the Orange Gardens Civic Association on Thursday during May. versity of Florida College of Phar- while at the Powell homestead.
once the pDt or innocence of at which time there will Johnny explained _to his teachef macy and graduated in June of When the war broke out betweenthe
the arties on trial is once clearly be a business meeting and installation that he was late for school because 1957, and after serving his re- Seminoles and the. whites in
established, the trials could be of 'new directors. It is there had been a weddingin quired apprenticeship became a November, 1835, Osceola drove
brought to a speedy conclusion hoped that all residents of the his family that morning. registered pharmacist. young Graham from the Powell
without all the legal "mumbo- gardens will plaa V> attend this 'That's nice" the teacher said, He was all active member of home and forbade the couple eVer
jumbo" and other forms of "ma- meeting which will be the last "Who gave the bride away?" Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fra- to see each other again on pain
larkey" so largely prevalent of one until FalLIt "I could have" Johnny said, ternity, Mortar and Pestle and the of death.
late. It is difficult to see any is a pleasure to report that "but I kept> mouth shut." Phi Sigma Kappa social: frater- z When the Second Dragoons was
point in making all the jside-show Dr. and Mrs. Renus Olsen have And Joe Yablonski my our village nity while !In college and held sev- organized Graham became a first
eral offices in the latter frater- lieutenant in that regiment. He
sensationalism so largely a part returned to their home on Doris butcher says that a man's reputation
nity. JOHN MYERS resigned from the army soon afterward -
of trials that have the serious Street. is like a glass of water;
task of the fate the extended John is presently a member of and died in Tallahassee
deciding of Congratulations are to spill\ it on the ground and you L b
persons accused.It Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Jacksonon can never pick it up again. the Florida State Pharmaceutical Milton Taylor, 77, at the age of only 27.
is always a pleasure to receive their recent marriage.Mrs. When a wife doesn't mind her NEW CURATOR AT "GATORLAND"-Frank Godwin, son of Association Orange County Pharmaceutical -
the new Orange Gardens Charles W. Gerrish re- husband spending a night witn lIre and Mrs. Owen Godwin, has returned from a tour of duty Association and Na- Victim of DrowningMilton
,the of tional Association of Retail Drug- obi "I '''' -- I CARD OF THANKSI
the boys, it probably means she's with the U. S. Army to assist his father in operation ''
scout-master. -Gatorland." His official title will be Curator and Assistant Director gists. Taylor, 77, a residentof wish to thank all my friends
_. .,. married to a and as curator will be in charge of all the living specimensas John met his wife at the Uni- Kissmmee for 10 years who.:dna so many lovely flowers
to health diet and general cleanliness. Owen is planning a versity of Florida and they were drowned in St Cloud Canal last and stat, at the s durlntr Ktsslmm my Illness Hospital -
A clean blackboard etaser, car trip to the Arctic sometime in August to hunt polar bears. married in Orlando where her week. I greatly appreciated; your
ried in glove compartment, is A (Photo by Cooper) parents reside. She is preseently Taylor was a retired farmer visits.
handy gadget to clean steamed-up employed as a laboratory technician from Alabama.He MRS GEORGE BROXSOM

. windows in your car. School Year Book 46 Died On Highways at Central Florida Blood is survived by his sons,
--
Bank. Willie Raymond Taylor, Kissimmee -
To Go On Sale Soon | During FebruaryThe Ottos James Taylor, Quit-

Florida Highway Patrol man, Ga., and George Robbie
BollybtookNursery The 1959-60 annual year book investigated 2,200 highway crashes B Prepare Taylor, Ft. White; daughter,
will go on sale soon commemor- outside corporate cities of Mrs. Essie Pope, Plant City;
RUlE HUGH'S FLORIST ating the 1960 graduating classof Florida in February in which For ContestThe brother, Andy Taylor, Alabama,

MR. AND MRS. ROY C. GRAVES_ This Osceola High annual School. theme is 973 persona were injured and 43 Kissimmee Future Farmersof and 10 grandchildren.The 1
207 BROADWAY PHONE XI year's America entered the body will be forwarded to
65591Specializing Remember" and the died.State sub-dis
DavenportIt's "Momenta to
troopers made 8,809 arrests trict contest at Sanford, April 22 Opelika Ala for funeral services
and
"Mamma" this and "Mamma"that cover is decorated in white in in connection with those and won five out of eight entries. and interment by the Riedel Funeral
gold Cindy Frybreger, editor and other cases and handed out, Home.Flora's.
And Mamma" all day long- chief, has devoted much of her These were string band, harmonica -
But MOTHERS DAY ia special 19,710 written warnings. and
quartet, public speaking
With a GIFT you can't go wrong. time to the annual along with Over 66,000 persons took driver horseshoe I I
8 ceci; .11,1 the various committees.The pitching.
i 11 tests to secure licenses. Less All of these boys have been Roadside
?+ 1 GRAFTED book consists of 124 pages than half while
4 1 passed over ,
working hard toward the district
1 1 and some 380 have been sold out Box Office Opens 2:15 p.m.
? GARDENIASin II staff is 32,000 failed.The contest which will be held at Or- RestaurantFor Saturdays and Sundays
The
of the 400 ordered.
division which
.4y' "'CrlngM9tns bloom everblooming TaridySI.59 : offering as a special service, clear looks weights after overweight- truckson School.lando May 6th at Boone High .Colored Patrons THUR. FRIDAY
DIN HER plastid coven to protect the an-
:
the roads-stopped 21,487 The boys in the contest were CURB SERVICE
b Jf Large Sizes. nual. trucks, found 375 overweightand Roland Davis, Mike Partin, Don- Specializing In Dar eaed Riba May 5.6
$4.50 their owners were assessed ald Blanton, Mike Johnson and and Home Cooking-
The Motion Picture-00?
Nazarene Church To $30,790. Dickie McLaughlin, string band; MEALS 2Sc up
in Meals famous for their CONFEDERATEJASMINE I In other activities the patrol: Bobby Stevens, harmonica; Rol- Short Orders Milk Shake For '

delicious goodness .. Present Flowers Drove 1,363,222 miles. Spent and Davis, Mike Partin Mike Open 24 Hours Ereoel
97,202 hours on duty and assisted Johnson and Dickie
Show pieces in full flower A bouquet.of flowers will be I 7 Days a Week
6,667 motorists in trouble temporarily John
Always Prompt fend Courteous Service at. quartet; MCLaUghJin,1
($5.00 value)
warded the oldest and youngest! I .. .
along the highways. Recovered speaking; Roger 1H n. North It :anION
$3.95 mother with the Ora.... Read)
mother and the 36 stolen vehicles
apprehended fred Muson horseshoe pitching. o
MrS. Mac's Restaurant Open 10 AJU. to 5:30 P.M. most children present: ,in Sunday 59 wanted persons and
Tuesday through Sunday. School on Mothers Day at the wrote 19,279 faulty equipment o
Church of the Nazarene hero. o
1X0 BR ADW AT' -! ; Closed Monday notice warnings. 0o
Tl, 6-3621 Also the annual Pastor's Report GIVE '
-- -- --- --- .- WHOLESALE RETAIL will be given Sunday morning. Evangelist To Hold 1rt
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Tent Revival I MOM ,mvnahnsttb4Y.

The St. Cloud Nazarenes are

THE GAZETTEWILL 273 sponsoring Evangelist a Ralph tent meeting Sexton with and 2Ffr A ..

blind song evangelist and organ-
ist Orian Osburn at Tenth and 14 BREAK 0o
PUBLISHPICTURES Tennessee in St. Cloud. ; e
Reverend Sexton spent a big 1 1
part of his evangelistic ministryin NO DISHES
tent revivals and in one south-
OF LOCAL ern city over 1000 decisions for NO,COOKING SATURDAY, May 7

Christ were made during his SI1E WASN?THE __
meeting. A forceful Bible preach
er; with an unusual delivery, Sexton For The Whole Family WHITEWOMAHHE'D I
is outstanding in his field of BOU HT...

CHILDREN FREE! evangelism.Orian Osburn. blind since a Enjoy a Delicious Meal I IBUT

few hours after his: birth leads { SHE

(There Is No Obligation) __ the singing from his place at From $1.35 Children's Menu WAS
the organ. His family also helps
Osburn with the special music. I
AGES Infants The pastor Rev. M. G. Burn-
e through 10.,.years. Frazer's RestaurantTROPICAL
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T '1 ." sed and his people plan to erecta
Older Children may be inducfeo( ;:'. beautiful sanctuary on the spot T /
(' where the tent meeting is being HOTELSALE I
when all the children family held Services are held nightly at 55
of
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't 2:30 and 7:30
p.m. pan.
are taken as a group. r--: .: Anyone wishing to attend these CIIUIIU PCtUUS, -

.d- services are invited to do so.
RANfl iH Scan
Wilson Wins FirstIn II
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Several; poses will tie'taken by.:.an expert child photographer.. Conference Meet l Mti :HiSfAfj I

Billy Don Wilson, sophomoreat
Osceola High School won first N
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place in the mile run at the .. Hot I iiI .4

Parents will be assigned a day to examine proofs ,and select their Ridge Bartow Conference last week."The Track team Meet did In 4 4lVeathef- A.; GATEs.,MIls

very good in the events that we SIr Helm'RxI'JJIDIt : Riot I
favorite for publication at a later.date. > entered and we hope to do even 'Cologne < f itvyaurat""y

\ better in the future," Coach lUll azlnantr.ar.laalr

Travis Akin said. 'f lie tale you wait for? summer! Play it cool..splash 6n a tsaal a...
: -_In other events that the Kow- I refreshing Hot Weather Cologne by Dorothy Cray. White Lilac I I I1ItQ.C
.: Parents may, if they.wish, order Photographs, } is entirely up; boys entered they took third Jane Bouquet,Summer Song,Elation Sweet Spice,Natural and1tIe
butts place in the 880 relay; third in new Floral! Fantasy. 6& 0%. A 1Z.00 value, now just 11.00.
the sprint medley and _.to,the parent ._ the mile relay. Roger Hadock DorothyJBrayBroadway I
I : tied for third in the high jump
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t in the 100 yard dash and
fourth in the 220 dash.

HERE.ig.'THE: TIME/ .:ANL1fL E for- The the Kowboys track team in yard the placed first fourth year Walgreen Agency c..w.....L........e w.

I out of seven schools 'entered in 201 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-2351 Bardot

;."_:,' ,: ,. ... :' :. '. '\ l' _, .}.1t.r the Conference and did not have "Babette Goes

.. I- .. F.-M. < enough boys to enter all the ;New Moisturizing Body Lotion-apply generously over face: To War"TUB.
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'j' hte proper facilities the Kowboys and soften skin. In White Lilac June Bouquet S.ed. Fxrsoit t w wish
i might i be able to come out first 'Spice and Summer Sons fragrances.: 12 oz:. SLOO
in the event In a year or _two."

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I spending several days' at the
Episcopal Bible, Traintnjl. Confer- l Hospital Names New Is..-Forthcoming
ence at Avon Park..,She states 14 i( t T In John W. h bt, forthcoming

Orange Gardens 'Jottings was a one very that successful gave .& great conferenceand deal Chief Of biography SUB .is of a poignant Osceola The love Singing story-
PharmacyJohn
; of benefit to those in attendance.Dr. .
'_ ... r about a young'officer at Fort
Beanch-
: arid Mrs" George King and Osceola's sister which
By t. .. : amp have returned home after a had its inception within three or
visit of several days to Washing Myers has been named<-
four miles of Silver Springs, -
ANNA J. REYNOLDS, : perhaps
; ,:"* 1. ton. D. C. new chief of the pharmacy in the PHARMACIST\ at the spring itself.
Day by day, in every way tho Klssimmee Hospital replacing The History of the Second Cavalry
;*....:.. ; bird sanctuary grows men and Richard Padgett, Bruce; TbogmarUn formerly the Second Dra-
.
- -- -- keeping it looking in tip top administrator, reported yes-! r goons, tells the story at least in
At election time there is always directories with ot !
pie listing shape is largely detnred'b, the $ terday. part. John Graham, a native of
much discussion aftd debatt current addresses' and Ulephon. sale of Weather Cheks. which is x' Myers was born in Chicago, Illi- New York state, graduated from
concerning: the high cost of, Government number* Jt also serves in I pointy a very useful gadget, in deter nois in September of 1929 and: 1 \ 3 X44y West Point in the spring of 183 .
particularly on the fed- ing out the steady growth in the mining wind speed, wind diner came to Florida in 1947. J Assigned first to the Fourth Infantry .
eral leveL However, the individual Gardens, and gives an tion rainfall and .k
everyone temperature He served in the U. S. Army he was stationed duringthe
state are not without fault opportunity to get in contact with total rain;: Further information for 22 months, 10 of which were + k kP winter of 1834-5 at Fort King
in the wasteful use of tax money.Jt our new neighbors.. regarding this instrument can be with the combat engineers in where he met and wooed the
seems that the moot striking : There will be a Smorgasbord obtained by contacting Mr. Ed La- Korea and in 1952 was honorably, younger of Osceola's two sisters,
waste of taxpayers' money is the get-together in the Community due, TI 7-2T&47, 1815 Orange 'discharged with the rank of ser Nathleocee PowelL.
long drawn-out murder trials so :House Bldg. at 6 p.m. on Thursday geant. Graham and Leocee Powell were
largely publicized in the current i May 5, to be followed by Blvd.The Bible Study Group will : In 1953 he enrolled in the University married and lived together for a
newspapers and TV and radio( the regular monthly feeling of continue its meetings at 10 a-ffi. I __ of Florida College of Phar while at the Powell homestead.
broadcasts. It would seem that the Orange .Gardens Civic Association on Thursday during May. I w macy and graduated in June of When the war broke out betweenthe
once the guilt 'r' innocence of at which time there will Johnny explained to his teacher : 1857, and after serving his re- Seminoles and the whites in
the artier on trial i is once clearly be a business meeting and installation that he was late for school be- quired apprenticeship became a November, 1535, Osceola drove
established, the trials could be of new directors It U cause there had been a weddingin 7 registered pharmacist.He young Graham from the Powell:
brought to a speedy conclusion hoped: that all residents of the his family that morning. 3. was an active member of home and forbade the couple ever
witb.<*it all the legal "mumbo- gardens will plano attend thif That's nice," the teacher .said, Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity to see each other again on pain
jumbo" and other forms of "ma- meeting which will be the last "Who gave the bride away?" Mortar and Pestle and the P of death.
larkey" so largely prevalent of one until FalLIt "I could have.. Johnny said, 4. Phi Sigma Kappa social frater- When the Second Dragoons was
late. It is difficult to see any is a pleasure to report that "but I kept my mouth shut." nity while in college and held several organized Graham became a first
point in :making all the aide-show Dr. and Mrs. Renus Olsen havf I And Joe yablonski, our village : offices in the latter frater- lieutenant in that regiment. He
sensationalism so largely a part' returned to their home on Dorit butcher says that,a man's repu nity. JOHN MYERS resigned from the army soon af-
of trials that have the serious Street. tation is like a glass of water; John is presently a member of terward and died in Tallahasseeat
task of deciding the fate of the Congratulations are extended to spill. it on the ground and you r the Florida State Pharmaceutical 77 the age of only 27.
Milton\
persons accused.It Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Jackson can never pick{ it up again. Association, Orange County Phar- Taylor, ,
is always a pleasure to re on their recent marriage. When a wife doesn't mind her NEW CURATOR AT "GATORLAND"-Frank Godwin, son of maceutical Association and Na Victim of DrowningMilton
ceive the new Orange Gardens, Mrs. Charles W. Gerrish re-<<: husband spending .a night witn Mr. and Mrs. Owen, Godwin, has returned from a tour of duty tional Association of Retail Drug ..... .-.r CARD OF TIIANKS
the of r-
with the U. S. Army to assist his father in operation
the boys it probably means she'smarried "Gatorland." Hill official title will be Curator and Assistant Di- gists. Taylor,. 77, a residentof I wish to thank all my friend
to a scoutmaster.A John met his wife at the Uni- Kissmmee for 10 years, who sent so many lovely flowers
4 rector, and as curator will be in charge of all the living specimensas and card daring my illness
A. !,SSv to health diet and general cleanliness. Owen is planning a versity of Florida and they were drowned in St. Cloud Canal last and stay at the Kls8lmnte Hospital
p trip to the Arctic sometime in August to hunt polar bears. married in Orlando where her week. I greatly appreciated: your
curried vUtto.
clean blackboard eraser; (Photo by Cooper) parents reside. She is preseently Taylor was a retired farmer
in glove compartment, is a MRS GEORGE BRONSOXAjr.ConcWiorkd
technician .
employed as a laboratory from Alabama.He
handy gadget to clean stesmed-up at Central Florida Blood is survived by his sons,
windows' in your ear. School Year Book 46 Died On Highways Bank. Willie Raymond Taylor, Kissimmee -

To Go On Sale Soon | During FebruaryThe Ottis James Taylor, Quit-
Florida Highway Patrol man, Ga., and George Robbie
HollybrookNursery The 1959-60 annual year book investigated 2,200 highway crashes F.F.A. B Prepare Taylor, Ft. White; daughter,
will go on sale soon commemorating outside corporate cities of Mrs. Essie Pope, Plant City;
ELLJE HUGH'S FLORIST the 1960 graduating class Florida in February in which For Contest brother, Andy Taylot, Alabama, I 1
of Osceola High School. 973 persons were injured and 46 The Kissimmee Future Farmers and 10 grandchildren. I II
MR. AND MRS. ROY C. GRAVES This year's annual theme is I The body will be forwarded to''
207 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-5591 to Remember" and the died.State of America entered the sub-dis I funeral services
Davenport "Moments troopers made 8,809 arrests trict contest at Sanford, April 22 Opelika, Ala. for
is decorated in white and and interment the Riedel Fu-
cover in connection with thoseand by
It'. "Mamma" this and "Mamma"that and won fire out of eight entries.
gold. Cindy Frybreger, editor In neral Home.Flora's.
other cases and handed out These were string band, harmonica -
And '-Mamma" all day long- her
devoted much of
chief, has
But MOTH With a GIFT you can't go wrong. time to the annual along with Over 66,000 persons took driver horseshoe pitching. I 1 ,

i SJ."ECULiGLUTEn the various committees. tests to secure licenses. Less All of these boys have been Roadside
The book consists of 124 pages than half passed while over working hard toward the district Box Office Opens 2:15 p.m.
and some 380 have been sold outof 32,000 failed. contest which will be held at Orlando RestaurantFor Saturdays and Sundays
GARDENIAS the 400 ordered. The staff is division which
The weights May 6th at Boone High '
in bloom everblooming variety offering as a special service, cleat looks after overweight trucks School. Colored Patrons THUR. FRIDAY

?art INNERSpecla1h1ncln $1.59Lire plastid covers to protect the annuaL onthe roads-stopped 21,487trucks The boys in the contest were CURB SERVICE May 5.6
Sizes. found 375 overweightand Roland Davis, Mike Partin, Don Specializing in Barbecued Ribs
$45* their Owners were. assessed ald Blanton, Mike Johnson and and Home Cooking The Motion Picture*0e?
To $30,790. Dickie McLaughlin, string band; MEALS 2SC up
CONFEDERATEJASMINE Nazarene Church other activities the Rol- Stoic Orders Milk Shake For
Meals famous for their In patrol: Bobby Stevens, harmonica; .
Present Flowers Drove 1,363,222 miles. Spent and Davis, Mike Partin, Mike Open 24 Hours Ere ones!'
delicious go...eH... 97,202 hours on duty and assisted Johnson and Dickie McLaughlin
Show pieces in foil flower A bouquet.of flowers will be 6,667 motorists in trouble tem quartet; John Roebuck, public I I 7 Days a Week e
Always Prompt fend Courteous Service at ($5.00 value) awarded the oldest and youngelltmotber porarily along the highways. Recovered speaking; Roger Haddock and Al- J% 311. X.rth .. Ii tlwy.... SgtOld (Jeo7e ro
OrUad )
$395 and the mother with' the 36 stolen vehicles, apprehended fred Mason: horseshoe pitching. ( r
Open 10 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. most children present ,in Sunday 59 wanted persons and o
Mrs. Mac's Restaurant Tuesday through Sunday.. School on Mothers Day at the wrote 19,279 faulty equipment 0 0o
the Nazarene here.
Church of notice warnings.
1X0 BROADWAY \TI err 3 z1 Closed Monday Also the annual Pastor's Report GIVEr
'" WHOLESALE RETAIL will be given Sunday morning. Evangelist To Hold JJ rJf I' -slsrIhwi.sslila.

. Tent RevivalThe MOMA

St. Cloud Nazarenes are

THE GAZETTE sponsoring Evangelist a Ralph tent meeting Sexton with and cu)7) ,

TTtTfl blind song evangelist and organist 0.
Orian Osburn'at.. Tenth and BREAK II
Tennessee in St. Cloud. 0

WILL PUBLISH Reverend Sexton spent a big 1 0
part.of his evangelistic ministry NO DISHES
in tent revivals and in one southern .
SATURDAY 7
I j jThere city over 1000 decisions for NO.COOKING May
pICTURES:0FLocALCHILDREN Christ were made during iiis SHEWASNTTHE _
meeting. A forceful Bible preacher .
WHITE WOMAN
; with an unusual delivery Sex- For The Whole Family
ton is outstanding in his field of HE'D BOUGHT...

evangelism. Delicious Meal BUT I
FREE! Orian Osburn, blind since a Enjoy a tt SHE
few hours after his birth leads
the singing from his place at From Children's Menu WAS, I
( Is No Obligation) the organ. His family also helps $1.35 -

Osburn with the special music.

O AGES Infants through 10} ats. The pastor, Rev. M. G. Burn- Frazer's RestaurantTROPICAL I
"'r sed and his people plan to erect 1fofurat
: a beautiful sanctuary on the spot
Older Children may be included( \ where the tent meeting is being HOTELSSLEJ
held. Services are held nightly at i

when all the children of a f amife) \!'. .. 7:30 and on Sunday at 11 a.m.,
'-''f./;' 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 pan. PQIISAMDiH

are taken as a group. ;* 7*.*: Anyone wishing to attend these
services are invited to do so. I
l SCOTT

7i :)" '-. Wilson Wins First L at

0 Several poses willBe. .I&1Ceiby. an' expert child photographer.: : :. <; In Conference Meet\ &MAH.4 I
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.- High School won first .SIMl NJ
.-, '. '. place in the mile run at the .....
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G' Parents will be assigned a,day to examine proofs:sand select their Ridge Bartow Conference last week.Track The team Meet did in .' Hot. T NANcY GATES.QALU_ >Mz I
sa tbm.RxHAR1): )Rur
in the that
very good events we .
favorite for publication at a 8 later. : entered and we hope: to do even 'Cologne.fee ; ".< rr.yaaJEJtED1,--.-.. I
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ate.\\ better in the future, Coach UD saminir. :
Travis Akin said. le-you wait (or self nmer! Play it cool.splash on .a tzigaa_.IIUIY 1engi asa atalostset>sa
In other events that the Kow- refreshing Hot Weather Cologne by Dorothy Cray. White Lilac I
e Parents if theyf"wish order Photographs, but his is entirely;up boys entered they took third June Bouquet,Summer Song Elation.; Sweet Spice,Natural, ndUe ct
may, place in the 880 relay; third in ? new Floral Fantasy. 6V4 0%. A $2.00 value, noW just $1.00. .COLOR .
I the sprint medley and third in -- .
to the parent }< the mile relay. Roger Hadock DorothyjGray II
tied for third in the high jump

', . '. ::,: .. \ and Ronnie in the Moneyhan 100 yard placed dash second and- Broadway PharmacyYour SUN WON.\ May\ 8 9Brigitte
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.. fourth in the 220 yard dash.
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IS" THE TIME AND PLACE The Kowboys in the first year Walgreen Agency gar a"a'edu.'s
HERE. for the track team placed fourth Bardot
'_ ..f out of seven schools entered in 201 BROADWAY PHONE TI 6-2351

.. 'y the Conference and did not bare "Babetto Goes
,:' ..:: i enough boys to enter all the ;New Moisturizing i Body lction=apply generously ores face* ToWar"

: :' : ,. A. M. TO sIlrM.. ., ',,,.. events. Coach Akin J&id."with hands,and body before and after exposure to sun Helps moisturize !
=. .' <. = Eta proper facilities the Kowboys and soften. skin. In White lilac. Jane Bouquet< S.ed. taaaan- brat com
'. : ,, i might be able to come out first Spice and Summer Song fragrances. 12 ox.$1.00.
in the event in a year. or .two." TUB. WED. May\ 10-11

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Low down payment FHA or Conventional Financing

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The Kissimmee Gazette Thursday. May 5, 1960 Pate 5A
Dan Johnston



i, IBUSINES DIRECTORY I J 5y Sets Golf RecordAt Club IOIOIAIYEbt-wMEIJflr.- j_



, -' -" - ., .__, _. ,' -" '" 000"" _. _, '"V...,.... Dan Johnston set a club rec- F '0 TN. nnu
ord Sunday afternoon at the Osce-

GREENs' FUELS Call ola Golf and Country Club while CAlL ftlEIELit '. __ .._ 3
Radio i andTV SALES SERVICE playing in foursome that included
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES> Parks Furniture Co. SEE Dr. M. 1... Jewell, Bill Williamson ssussen tSY .' 24
COMPLETE KOBE ynrnvrsiuxcsF du and Service For Prompt Repair of Your and Harold Bethune.

>IlRNItUBE co. Phone TI 6.2171 TI 6-7141<< REFRIGERATOR.Phone George Chappel xlub pro, said EEAUELL' 22
PARKS t
KUaimmee- St. Cloud KISSIMMEE TI 6-2171 day or CYPRESri Johnston shot a 34 on the first .
,. ; Far Gas Delivery Phone TI to-8579 night..vvvvvvvvv* nine and repeated this score on -
-- i'i TIONAS LEE ..e
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George Stroup TI 6-8014 the second nine for a score of 68,
.' R; Davis i TI.6-6903 ,.,J8 M i or four under the par of 72 for -
t R. A. Fletcher TI 6-5511 eighteen h les. lAM t JN.S OI J'
Jimmie ,
Jefferies '
Palm Beach Suite TW2265 (St. Cloud) f AJAX PLUMBING vv SAND ROCK Dr. Jewell shot an 81 and Williamson
and Bethune 82 each.
For Gas PhoneJ. < an .
Service MORTAR MIX J -
39.95 to 55.06 B. Ronntree TI 6-7574 I SUPPLY < STEEL & WIRE MESH Johnston's score was as foil-
Robert Allen TI 63084E. lows: L i ,. .
Lowest Prices in the Area" '
L. Dail 11 v 4 ?
y 6-7873
SHORES MEN'S WEAR R. IL Hall TW 2-6202,St.Cloudor !f Ir. PLUMBING FIXTURES J t 3-4-4 4-3-4 3.-5-34 -,,' .
tt call EL Y. Simmons, Mgr. VISIT OUR J a.ur..w. : i 4-3-4 4-3-3 4-5-4-.34
TI 62761M. f SURPLUS DEPARTMENT 1k I
J. Stanko TI 6-2144 PIPES AND FITTINGS < This included five birdies and FIREMEN HONORED plague honoring five volunteer fire
men who have retired during toe past Sew months tot business
GAZETTE ADVERTISING PAYS one bogie.
I
1131 West Church St. @
v 4 $) rea SODS.s been raaae Aria
v- ,, by Lawrence ana u hanging in the
f Orlando Phone GA 1-7167 oa ee at the ore station lae letters tor the aim were given by
Gazette advertising pays! ... j Pvt. Lawrence West Dir.J and Mrs. Carpenter: of tile Mary carter bunt Store. These
RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL" INDUSTRIAL KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX live men and the jean service were Can Kiedel. 3s yean tAOrissom
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING I Now In GermanyArmy Jr.. 24 yean Roy nanseti &e years ttiomas Lee, 16
Licensed and Bonded BUY'SEE l yean and uan Jonnston, lu Jeau...a total ui liu yean of un-
FREE ESTIMATESCHILDERS BEFORE YOU BUILD OR I Phone TI 66671 Pvt. Lawrence It. West, son. selbsb service to. their community by these fine men. (Photo
of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard G. West, by Cooper)

........' Route 5, Kissimmee, recently was
ELECTRIC GEORGE FIRST assigned to the 59th Signal Com- Harold Farmer
t : pany in Germany. Lawn Mowers
Attends Course
"Where Quality Count West, a radio-operator in the
IS MONUMENT OFFICE PHONES TI .-2351 -Tt 7-2121 Quality S AGRICO company in Kaiserlautern entered B. Harold Fanner,city managet

NIGHT PHONE TI 6-S567 <.,,,'. All The Way AACThe the Army in September 1959, of Kissimmee, attended tile l-iia Repaired
.. l5' Nation's Leading Fertilizer completed basic training at Fort annual short course :lor city man-
In A _18% NORMAL PHOSPHATEAA Leonard Wood, :&10., and was last agers which was conducted by (AH makes)
t QUALITY GROUND stationed at Fort Knox, Ky. the General Extension Division o*
PHOSPHATE ROCK The 20 old soldier is a' Florida in cooperation wits the
;year
Bunting Equipment ctutom let Ranch and Grove
REYNOLDS' Built HOMEBuilt Spreader our Service apply fertilizer 1958 graduate Perry (Mich.) rlorida City Managers' Associa- ANDERSON'SGARAGE.
Fishing Tackle and dolomite limestone. High .School and was employedby tion, the university of rioriua, '
right to last longer. Will do remodeling. SEE IS NOW FOR the Dri-Gas Company, Perry, ana Florida Mate university.
Clothing ALL WORK AND MATERIALS GUARANTEED ECO OIT PRICES before entering the Army. John t::. Muaos, head of tile Extension -

k GUNSMITHING Boots and'Shoes Ranch and Grove Division's fublic Service 22 S. BERMUDA TI 6-3552
i FIIA.and Conrentional Financing "naming Center and coordinator
FISHING TACKLE REPAIR
Rain Halt's Last
of tne course said, lany new
For complete planning service, call Spreader 'ServiceKISSIMMEE
Your Dollar Buys More At The'Army Store Game of SeasonThe ideas and methods were presented New Antacid
GEORGE REYNOLDS TI 7.2266OSCEOLA here this wees. 1 feel tout. Helps

ARMY SURPLUS STORE game against Lyman Mon anyone who attended this course: CalmStomach
FEED STORE day night was called in the first will leave with a better under
908 Main St. Kissimmee TI 6-5551 PHONE TI 6-2821 inning because of rain with the standing of how to meet the challenge Nerves
Ii i I Kowboys leading 3-0 at that of the impact of changing by nMitraDzInc excess stomach
for fne fcesf point social and economic forces. adds wttb Hiiqu*formula
6I BLUE PPdNTING
stomata Chance
I The Sub group tournament will Jumpy
are It's caused by stomach
4Z OPEN MON.-FBI. 8:30 A.M. 4 P.M. be held in Winter Park Thursday Boat-a-Cade GroupTo nerves irritated by excess
ECON-O-WASH May 12 at 4 The Kowboyswill acids.Amltone to work
p.m. :
goes
7 DARLINGTON AVE. Phone TI 7-2179 TI 6-8954
1 Hold :Meeting\
play the winner of the Win- In seconds. Relief lasts
No Laundry Bundle ter Garden-Bishop Moore game. longer. 24 tablets. 49*. Try
I \ The Kowboys; ended the season An important meeting of officers It today.
THE with 2 wins and 11 losses. Bob and directors of the Boat-

Too Large or.Too Small Gehrett was the leading hitter ft'Cade and Beta Sigma Phi chap AmitoneeJruNT
: for the Kowboys with an even ter members and guests Friday
f IVA So ,Thrifty Too! First Notional Bank Gazette Advertising Pays : 300 average. May 6th at 7:30 p.m. BROS.
if Four seniors on the squad will The meeting will be held at
Phone,TI 6-2621
f COIN-OPERATED be lost next year due to gradua- the Boat-a-Cade magazine office
_J i tion they are: Frank Glass, over Makinson's Hardware, 114 BroadwayFor
LAUNDRYPuHitig'In OF KISSIMMEEKISSIMMEE LOANStA' I Gary Jones, Butch Parrish and
Conway HowelL the BRANDS you know in

FLORIDA CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES for the family.
I A great advantage of newspapersfor

N. Ray Carroll.. ....President Lucile Squires..Asst. Cashier INSTALLMENTAUTO advertisers is the ease aQd DepartmentStore
John E. CarroU._.Eiecutive Emma B. QuirkAsst CashierVi I convenience with which they can I II Shop Buker's'ST
"a'Driveway' ? President and )I. DIRECTORS : b* read by prospects. Newspapers.I
Personal Loan'Officer 'Irlo Bronson N.Ray CarrollU. 'The FirstNat'IBank I"keep" tlU chores and work are CLOUD _
S. ChapmanJVice President G.IL Prather Ellis F Davis :done and can be read at leisure.I -
Florence N. Stary...Vice Pres. U.S.Chapman H.O.Partin
U. S. Chapman, Jr..._Cashier John E.Carroll of I ,
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Depositor Insured Up To $10,000 Balance. feather D.p..it
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Kissimmee's Friendly Bank
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Boat trailers, horse traile/s *
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and utility trailers.

.'i : ROTHROCK Built and Repaired ,

..t;..g a.'", Complete MobileWELDING SHOP <.,}." .. ': '.,"". ..... $+ '

t SEPTIC TANK CO. AH work guaranteed f &( '- : t>}; i',; '
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PEE ;,'""'",.,.', ." Septic Tanks-a size for every need. Old Orlando Market.Hwy.RtlBox258AKissimmee near Livestock L. PHIL CO

: Cement Work-250 Gallon Grease Traps wg

Harrelson Steel & Supply!to.,Inc. I 15 Years Experience.K. PHONE TI 6-';898

r C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator.
.... Culvert Pipe of All Sizes' TEIAIAIR
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Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co. RIEDELFuneral

SOUTH 17-9Z Phone_: TI 7-2441 PHILCO'r
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'"' .', Home CONDITIOWERSHEMAN

10 Emmett St.
GAZETTE ADVERTISING,, PAYS

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INCOME TI 63201Carl

FOR YOUI '
Extra Quality Blocks
LOCAL FINANCE COMPANY : W. RiedelR.
WILL ACCEPT SHORT TERM At No Extra Cost _

PAID LOANS MONTHLY AT S% INTEREST CAPITAL I -\\i'\ \{ Coy Conrad COOLINGand _

RETURNED IN FULL Funeral Directors
TI 6-4021
WITHIN ONE YEAR L
ADD TO YOUR INCOME ,
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WHY ACCEPT LESS
AU LOANS AU'UCUP.tn We Wire flowers NO FOOLING

OSCEOLA CEMENTQDUCTS Weddings, Funerals, Bouquets
Ceramic Gifts Potted Plants

: INC.UEPTUIE. Elise Kagh's FloristMrs.
.ROAD KISSIMMEE ( Roy C. Graves)
1 207 Broadway Plume T1.sa5ttt


COME IN, WRITI GUARANTEED BTU COOLING

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Mar au IMC* ..tu LESESNE the unit.Push Button Consols 2-Speed
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W n Morrow Subdvn Lot 14 ___ Small:! __ S.07 nre of the tangible personal property Page 6A The Kissimme Gazette Thursday: May :3. 19GO
Delkay Park Snbdra Blk B W 37V Cecil A Tyler of the ux payer for Unpaid -
Lot S A E 25' Lot 3 _._._-____ et ux 108,07 taxes, penalties and additional
NOTICE; Shoemakers Sub of Blk QL N% Lot Silar Brown Jr costa
4 _w-- -_- ., .,.... ,. ,- __ -r. _. et 1IX -1 .::1 LEGAL NOTICE The name of delinquent personal
Lionel'Yoang property tax payers and the BILL SEZ: "We have everything in the world for the

Shoemaker Sub of Blk QL Lot 8 __ - ,et nx ____ 28.99 amount of taxes Including the cost Building Trade."
Robert BasK Addn Blk C S 50 of N 'Chan E Graham of advertising and the first month's .
NOTICB ISO' of E !'' et ux .Iiibi LEGAL XOTICB
-- Interest are as follows:
Xotlce !I. hereby given that the following land will t>. void at S. Fla. RR Surrey Blk 12 W 87 W Chas C Tlndatl Be It known that one 1950 Chevrolet CO. COMM. UlST.!' *0. 1 ..LUMBER ROOFING PAINT
public.auction w the 30th day of May 1lU. at the hour to:2: o'clock Lot 4 __,....._.--..?-..._ -- et ax 107.33 -door sedan will be offeredfor Same AmeentLmittys
noon, at the court house door In Kisslmme*. tha County Osceola. sale at Gene Garage. 1215 --N Bar _______u______ 81M BUILDING HARDWARE
State of Florida to pay the amount due for tar:; herein Ht opposite n-rl..tl. Na.e ,_.:.. Main Street on May 17th. 1960 forunpaid ('0. COMM. DIST. M>. 2

to the sale together with all cost of such sale and advertising .f Laad .f Taunt repair charges.. Bumb). Tom ___u_________ 3448Keefe.
\aaa. .t..t 8. Fla. RR Surrey TJlk 21. Ber X 43OE 4 T R A Owi.r ,.w GENE CANALS James c. ___________ 4.S3 PULFORD'S.BUILDING .
.* .t TaIM 01: 91.4* from most ""1,. Cor Blk 21. 4/21/28 IiOTI'E Pike, Frank uuu_____ 7.8
SnCin1 \\II T R A owner t'.sts run N 430 E 40 847 E 71 S noW Powers Carroll R. _u____:.._ 15.11
Be* 20' E of XW cot of SWU of 40'% N 470 vf 71' _________ Hardy Lee Yawn Satt.t lId Lumber Co. ___ 114 C*
RWV4 of XW4, run E alone S line Parker A Edmondson Sub Undlv U w et ux _____ 122.53. > t'\DER FHTmOL'S'IAMB bchi.ld. Preston T. _________ 74JUSike SUPPLIESWe

of Nt of SWV of XWU 840% 82803V .., In LIT A -,,- Mamie C Edwards ST4.TVTBTO *. Cha*. ________________ SM
-- .. ___ 882 Texaco S Sta. ____ 4603
nub of lot
\ltltted
to XH
eor Edwina ALL WHOM IT hard give TV Stamps with all Cash Purchases
Orton :
58V N line of said "lIIb 840 A Turner J. 2 S3 ,
along
to XTV cor lot S8. N 1.01" to po'B. '1' 28 SI _. Unknown. Bell?_Owen_ S.89AVjrlda. Cape Brees. Lot 22 ._.-.......___ Florence Far- MAT CONCERXXOTICE IS :HEREBT GIVEN Wilder Music Store _u___ 21.14
Mathew Addn Blk F S 4r of N 142 -- ley --- 41.94of Williams Olin Servo Sta. 23.14 HWY.' 441 WEST ST. CLOUD CITY LIMITS
that to the Fictitious
233 pursuant
7 28 21 ----- Yates Claudie ___________ 2.16
Land Roe. r>e-l Book 77/422 E 87W.T .
d F D Douglas 4.71 Name Statute. Section 86509 of the Yawns Market __________
kF l iOf- -- __ 152.84
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:Br SO'S A 412' W of NE 14. run W Matthew Addn X E 1957 Florida Statute, the undersigned -

200"-o Boggy r'o: Sely nolnt* doe JT lralonr St Robert E Bojrt 97 W -- _ Roy Anderson 57.80 who are the only parties CO. COMM.Serv. DIST.t>ta. __>__0..,.3Alderman's _. 74S .

of POR.Boerr N 1".' to POB. AKA a loU 12 4 25 39 et ::148i&i.U5 Mathew Addn Blk G XE U, Lot 1Mathews __ Les William sne '..Ui business Interested enterprise In the hereinafter, will present named Dellwood KUslmmee. 66 Lumber Serv, Sta.Co. ______ 18.40
-- 305.43
An F" nf "E14 lying N & E of RR .% __11.11! Addn Blk H Lot 2 less W -- proof of publication of this Notice
11 5 n r& Trust Walla. Rrdrrmn !.. ____________ .71
Ie.. RD R/W ---- )rlnnleIt 7454'Patrieke Addn 1iitw1:4i> : :-of N .. .. .. C B Green 13.18 and register with the Clerk of the CO. tOMH. DIST.! %O. 4 LETTY'S FABRICSHOP
11.31 Circuit Court of Osceola. County,
23 n 10 Walkrr ___ BJork \\alter 38.40Chamberlains
________ ,
__
%. Lot I Florida fictitious "RAIN
the name
NW-n of XEUBer ., 11--r-.i-::::::: 11:65
Add"Blk
of S
1OW'1: 4V 8 of NE Cor ofXWi Patrick 20 W TV % Charles 0 Ells BOW TRAILER PARK" under [)enlson, P. Lewis ___________ 2.14 .
S line. Rd 5SO ran S2V. W81*. Life Selene Lot 4 ------ __ __ __ worth ___._ 49.22 which they are engaged In business Eth rid Ire, Edwin M. _. 1S.S1
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S-. R S7020' W 2 SOS'. W3197J. X 2. 2S _J S.SJ Foundation JL85 Rate McLanghHn at U. S. Highway 17 and 92. 8 HAS: Grocery Market-___-_ li.40 New York Avenue at 11th Street in St. Cloud
441'. E alone RT R/W .2?' to ron E B Water Addn Blk 3 Lot 3 __ __ r--t_ 11.48 mile couth of Kissimmee. Osceola Hartley's Hdw. Co. _______ 152.84

Bor *t a point 1162.S' E 11.J' N ofXIV Addn Blk 4 E 70' Lot 3 .Chas Harrelson County, Florida. Johns. Francis ____________ 7.nMadioon.
84 Cor Kw 18. run S -- -- 9.12 Floyd 214
ft line R/W abandoned RR 2 80'. a E B Water. Addn lark 5 Land_ Rec &urar-- this 19th day of April. A. D. 1960.' Trust, Ada St --::::::::=:::: 7.si

25048 W to waters edge of lake Deed Book 105/528 --- -- __ Crlner __ 12.18 JENS W. PAR FRET Smith's Food Mkt _________ 23.14
meandering CT water'i edre to a. Addn Blk r N 80-) Blk C Edward J FLORENCE K PAR FREY SC Cloud Marine Mfg Co. __ 15t..4 Greeting Cards Dressmaking
point S 25041 W of POR. N .J04S' to E B Water LoU -- -- -- Turner ._ 57.60 4/21/28 5/5/12 'lbomp oQ'. Red A White __ 21.14 .
POn also abandoned RR R/W abut- n C Miller Sub Blk 13 N % E L Aab rIdge Warren Jan. 1*. ___________ 2 S3 "
tin share description & land RecT 28 25 29 Ml. Jewell _us.n 4 --------------- ,, -- -_ et nx 2145 ITIIR COURT OK THE Woodbury M.. M __________ 10704 Alterations -
>.ed Ronk 151/2r0 -------__- }' 23 29 4 Joe Overstreet 1.U Terrace Blk A Lot 27 Lloyd L Klmmelet COl:VTV. Jl'DUB.OSCEOLA \\.' E. POUND Tax Collector Drapery
E'4 of SBU of S\V% 8 of Ry .w- Jamea A Van Canterbury __ __ __ ux ____. 154.53 COL T\', *LORID. Onceola County

F1/3 ttf Vt/4 of XWV Of !SESi ___ 30 2$ 2! 10 Orsdel ___41.14 Klsjtlmme l Height LoU 96. A: 97__ __ __ __ __ William =LHoward 3.98 IN RE THE ESTATE OF emOTLCE'Ol .- PHONE TW 2-5262

EH "ndVS Irlnjr S of Aru R B Roll Jr et ux R. "'. YOUNG deceased -
of r>annnt W1H Rd X nt erek Joe Over- Hlllcrest Lot 10 to 13 tan __ et al .... 10.74 \ > -- t.XPUpDELlXE

*of Wl/8 Cberov of.XEU. Oskcs Not__creek_..._.less-._plat... 32 25 29 90. street 405.57 Ledbetter Subdvn Lots 2,to 7 Inc.. __ __ __ Will McKlnney -w___ 41.44 To NOTICE all Creditors TO .CREDITORS Legatee. Distributees AL. PROPERTy" IXTIM.IBLRPKUSU TAXES

Bee vi;? rv.r Talta. Blvd A OkU . run f 74015 270 for I OH. run N 1101 City heights Lot 23 A 24 -- __ ler et ux ____ 25.2S Claims or Demand against said Acts of 1941. notice In hereby <
400', 74E 101. S lV 400'. N 74OWi 34 25 28 1 Julia Greene __ 3.87 Garden Subdvn Blk A Lot Chas.H RohUs Sr Estate: ent that Taxes Intangible Personal Property -
Orange assessed for 1959 ,
__ Chas H Rohle You and each of hereby arenow
to POB -- ------- Charles I H your are
Fr t&-Tr Land Co;: o.OUI 22 _------------ Jr 130. notified delinquent ana beginning |thMay
60 and
Blk n Fiji : JO %5' 27 20 man ___ -:- required to present
Pnh Lou SA. __________________ Vernon C Wayne any claims which you or either' of lit such Taxen. plus 10 per
Bile P Lot
2 31.
Rainbow Height Blk 1&. LoU 31 to M X DeiperIx __----___ 1.55 Orange Lake Shore Gardens Addn Sec 12 Blk G all W of __ et,ux ---_ 13.17 you may have against -the- estateof cent per cent for delinquency per month plus Interest the of proportionate 2
R. W. Young deceased late of
40 Inc ----- -- Z R KataLnkoe.e 'less at Intersectionof
t State Hgy beg costs of publishing this
rii-u: CAkIOi _. et al .__..-U, W line State Rd 2 A N line Blk G. ORceola County, Florida, to the notice. Unless the amounts set op-
/fro 4t Inc ----------------- Z R Kat Run County Judge of said County at '
>kMie ik-Unit A Bk! 11 lots 3 _. .. et al ___ .91 run S 221' along R/W to POB. W his office in the Court House at posite each name below are paid
Ie 3 ___________________________ Rafe MeL ugh- H along. R/W W. S tate 53540 Rd cont 100 N KI,, lmmef'. Florida within eight executions before the let dy of May. tax:
435 8 N parallel to Charlie E Harell- calendar months from the date: of will issue thereon and
__ __ __ lie ______w 1.08 A65fo E 435.6' to POB __ von 99.19 the first publication of this Notice be delivered to the Sheriff for levy
Whittier Blk 1' '.ot. -_- __ _. ._ George W Smith Lake Shore Addn kTti part Charlie--Harrel----- Each claim demand must be in on any property, real, personal or
8unwt Grove PIle 7$ Lot U____-.-- _. __ ._ Winter __1.06 W of Rd N A E drainage ditch __ __ son s.07 writing and or must state the placeof mixed belonging the tax pay-
Pant High Prairie Or- See"lk E 7&talk T.Atll 10S 21,Lota 22 A 7Hieh 21__ __ __ HElla Smith S Rlt-___ >SCordelia pinedale S 200' of W 100' Lot <1 ---- __ .. Eugene Love Jt 24.98 residence: of the claimant endmust costs er, for penalties! and additional

'Bernard G West be -to the claimant.
sworn by
ter et ..l __.-.f5 Plnedale Lot 17 less E 106' Thej ime of Delinquent Intangible
PrairIe S' -c E B'k let J.ot .._ -- -- __ __ __ *t ux 3C 60 his agent or attorney or the same i.rsonal .
Hart Property Tax Pa
HIrh Prairie Sec E Bit:_110 LoU 1 __ J H Webb ____9SMr Patrick Park Lot 14 ___________ -. -. *et Melvln nx ._ 9l2 'will This become the 26th void day according of April.to A.law.'I). era Including penalty, the cost >ofadvertising
k 4 Era Seward Martha A noire Subdvn Lot 1 and 1960. and the flirst month's

I"Pr Tlrii Sec E Blk Lot$ _ Cowan -__ .95 E 3 Acres :Lot 15 ----_____--- 35 _!jnnegrere I 8 T W Hacker 7.51 /NELLIE YOUNG interest area" follows: :
b 24 ctrownx Had- Byres Lee Administratrix of the Name Amount
High l T rairle'Sec'ErBijrnslxJta i 18. -- -_ die : 1.07 Blk B Lots 11 A 12 --_. __ __ Smith 101.72 Estate of Bird. Geo. H. _________ $4.33
2* Walter R May. R. W. deceased Bowman Joe 1[. _:.________-__ I." ID'SBEST
High Prairie= See"T Blk 158 Lot* 10 __ __ __ :Minnie BatUe .. .99 Michigan Terrace Blk B Lot*.( & I __ __ __ field et ux ._ 13.17 Thacker and Thacker Young, Brown, A. D. _______________ .s,
tin t l H V Becker Harvey Johnson Attorney for Admx. Case Phillip C. ___--_______ 2.51 TO
"wCtri tSCDI\ A __ _. r et ux ...8.77 Carolina. Terrace BIle B Lot 22 _____ __ etux ,.n Kissimmee. Fla.: Ford. Robert W. ____--_____ 18.11
Blk A Lot liB ----------------_ __ Chas Amodle *._ .91 Davis Bungalow Park Blk B Lot 7 -- Eugen-I Rob 4/28 5/5/12/19 Gnlbord. Grace B. ____________ .'5 DEALDIRECT
Golden Palm Villa. Blk 19 Lot SA _- '- __ Levle A Wllon :.f5 tTndlvlded % Interest _--_----_- __ erts et ux 65.68 Hartley Charles E. ________ 1.61Kissimme
Made HMrhts Blk 5 Ix tn 27 *: 11._ Cynthia E John. Delmo Park Blk J Lot. 9 A 16 -- "__ __ ._ Irvin Briggs l.ti *OTlCltTO CREDITORS Isles. Jnc ______ 22.85
Manrell Manor Unit 1 Blk 14 Lot 1 _ son ______.. 1.15 Delmo Park Blk L LoU 8 A 7 .... __ .. Irvin Briggs __ 1." "' .leAner, Maud _____________ 'l\
to I I I".* Hallle Harring DelmosSawalls Park Blk X Lots 4 A 5 H IT Stewart. Charles U. ______ 3.75
7""Eotii i ---- H B Tanner .. 246 In the Court of the County Judge. T---
East Hl.rhfa"nd"'Pafir"Bfk __ ton ___.__ I.U Subdvn Blk V Lou 19 to Osceola County Florida W. E. POUND. Tax Collector

OsceolaeCardVnV"Uniri_Sik _"___ 22 inc -_ _" ________ __ ._ H B Tanner _- 3.47 IN RE THE ESTATE OF Osceola County ,
1 Lots. .. Mason Lewis ._ 1.27 Runnymede Bfk 11 Lots I. 2, 3 .... 1 ss'SOTICE YlflEfl _
__ __ Chas E Hartley S.09 D. D. Fennell. identical with
S. 4 k s ___________________.____
nuceola Garden Unit 1 Blk 28 Lot. __ __ __ 'Unknown ___- 1.55 Xarcoosee Lot 14 ..._.___.__.__. 9 25 1L 5 Edmund well et ux W BrasBeg __ 41.47- IY Alton all D.Creditors Fennell. DeceasedTo Legatees Dls.tributees .
310' XSSOIS'W from SB Cor Lot and all Persons having OF INTENTION tour
Lake Marlan'plrk's'ubT'Blk'irLot I _: __ B A \VUe _..-. 1.14 78 run NUOU'IIiii'. NfOU'E 290'S850 Biese Tinsley Claims or Demands against said TO MAKE APPLICATION
> b2kisiota: Amandavter.. 15' E ISO'. 45' W 20V to POCXarcoonee 20 25 31 .. et ux 569 Estate FINAL D1SCIIAHGE!
rk-s K"Sfl
Lake Marian __ __ __ holler. ._____- 1.2S X445'E from You and each of you are hereby

Lake 1 A: I MaVla'n '-rk'yub''BliT.i'Lota __ S.\ Cheney 1.45 ::roiv: Lot 225'. 'Z.o mn 4S'W X4O45'E 75', ii0'1t'1 notified claims and which required to or presentany eitherof TO MAY ALL CONCERN WHOM: :IT

1 to 11 Inc ------------------- Florence Fees W 225' to roB less W 25' __ you Notice (i. hereby given that I have
20 25 31 __ Dollar Loan Co S.69 you. may have against the estate -
Lake Marian Park Sub 2 Blk 30 Lot "_ __ __ neda __.___.. 1.25 Xarcoosee Beg SE Cor Lot ,T run: of D. D. Fennell. Identical filed my final returns as ancillary LOAN
A 10 ; __. WllUrd Rlley W ISO along S line Lot ;C, run X with DAltonr D. Fennell, deceased, administrator of the estate of Ar-
Xewman Subdrn BikI 8 A E\4 __ __ __ __ New n 25.28 200' parallel I with E D' late of Osceola County Florida to thur W. Banghman. also known as
he\lnlf\
Lot .1"nSgbd Tot"7YwH .Raymond H Plerrr- aid lot. run E ISO' pare Scont'd the County Judge of said Countyat A. W. Baughman. deceased; that I

B lk A __ port et ux 25.28 -----Tr.rr.rr: 20 25 31 .. Pearl Johnson 649 his office in the Court House at bution have filed and my petition for distri- You're right on every count en you coma
10 ik for final and
Tot discharge
Plerrr 2.b, ,
------- ---------- Margaret N New 1New oaee Blk 235 Lot. .
Klsslmmee. within
NewmanXewman ubdYn Blk C Lot S 01 W 4Lnt .._ _____ 25.28 Florida eight that on 6th day of June. I960. I here for
1 ____...____________________ pont y Narcoossee Blk".83- 3 7.-12-------: J M Foster -- 1.75 calendar month from the date of will apply to the Honorable 0. P. money to buy or build.

Subdvn Blk C Lot I II W'4 __ Ray Newman 25.11 15.1,19&20------------------- _. the. first Each publication of this Notice Johnson County Judge of Osceola We know this community
__ .. J F Carrier __ 145 claim or demand must thoroughlywe -
Florida for of
Lot 1. ----------- Louis R Ber- New Xarcoosee Blk 283 Lot 1. 2. 6.A be in writing and must state the County. approval

Millers Grove Snbdvn; 1 Lot 2 ___. -- __ ._ tons Homer et ux Ett...- 18.91 14 ------------------- .. .. 3)( Foster L75 place of residence of the claimantand said of distribution final return and and for for final an order discharge know you, or want to we canmake
Eden on the Lakes must be sworn to by the claim-
_. Est _____ 20321 Eden Unit 2 Lot 97 to 102 Ine a* ancillary administrator all the decisions and
New ant his give
Miller's Grove Subdvn 1 Lot 17 __-_ Saml Goldman __ ,Inc .ww 3.47 agent or attorney, or the of the estate of Arthur WBaughman. you

Kiss lalea Re Unit 1 Lot A -.--.-_ -- ._ Trustee Goldman.__ __ 21.23Raml New Eden Unit 2 Lots ..03 to 109 Inc __' _- Eden on the__LakesInc 3 *7Charles same law.will become void accordingto Baughman., deceased.also known as \. W. friendly, fast service. Yes, you'll find your

: 21.23 Eden Unit 3 LoU 347 A .41 __ I Car- This the 25th day of April. I960. This 27th day of April i960. best loan deal is the one make direct!
Kiss Isle Re Unit 1 Lot B ..._ -- Ram loldman. New _. ._ .. lino .w. 1.15 AGNES M. FENNELL DWAIN A. CRAWFORD you
Executrix of the Estate of
.. Trustee 21.25 Eden Unit 3 LoU 401 to 405 Inc' Richard'Lena. A* Ancillary Administrator
Kin Ides Re Unnlt Lot C ........ -- Sam GoldmaA.. New __ _,. _. han __ 307 D. D. FennelL identical of Estate of Arthur W

Trustee ___ 21.25Kami New Eden Vntt 10 Lots 1 to 129 Inc. New Eden on the with Alton D. Fennell." Baughman, a/k/a A.V..
:KU Ile R. Unit; V Lot D ., ,-,!._. '. Goldman. New Eden Replat Unit 15 Lot 32 to -_ __ Lake --_-- 53.15 deceased. 4/28 551219OT1CK Baughman deceased
; ......".. Try'tee 21.25 $5 Inc w.Wm C: Dingman- Ellis F DavisKissimmee FIRST I' FEDERAL
'
KIM lle Re Unit 1 Lot E M_.._. "" 8aml GoldmaKfas __ .. ___ 3.47 ,'Florida
etLawrence > OP UNPAID for Anc. Administrator f
Isles Re Unit 1 Lot 1 to 14 led _. Maymle Trustee J"-- 283.79 Fine Grove Park Lot 188 ___..__. __ et ux Duke 2548 DEI.IXqt-EXT I'ROI'tRTTAX.J TANGIBLE PERSONAL Attorney 5/5/12/19/26 .a1i w < M--/lmt

., -. Harris ___.20.95 Park LoU 119 A 190 ___ Milo L Klncatd As provided by Chapter 20713,
Pine Grove
K!.* Isle Re Unit I Lot 1$ ____ et, 41.44Wm .
Ralph E .pear. Pine Grove Park RE No 2 Lot 259. s.JTit Acts of 1141 notice Is hereby given ASSOCIATION7 ;OSCEOLA COUNTY

Kiss Tsle Pe Unit 1 Lot 17 ____.... mln aldm. 21.25 208. A SVi Lots 2CO A 307 _?__,.. _. __ man et ux _-_ 73.75 that tangible personal propertytaxes STOVES REFRIGERATORS I
Kin Isle Re Unit 1 Lot 19 to 27 assessed for 1959 are now Used .
__ __ Tru-tee __ 18232 Milo L Klncaid .
and with
Inc Pine Grove Park RE Ito 3 Lot 220 delinquent beginning Ap- "r ,
------- ._ __ et 5.09 _
Kin isle Re"Unit"V'Lof29fo4JInc Saml Goldman S.L. A 1C LoU 7.10,22.23. 26 A 27 -- ux ril let such taxes are drawing Interest i =-=-
"
X03- "
_._________________________ __ Trustee. ___ !! less Bd R/W ---.------- of 1 per cent per month FURNITUREStwell KISSIMMEE ''nm ST. CLOUD
5 26 21 26 James Godwin %1.25 ,
Klulmm.e View Unit Q Blk 2 Lots % plus the proportionate cost of pubshlng ,
_> 10 _- __ Harry E WooW _.25Itlasimmee B. L. A : Lot 103 .. A Krue- this notice Unless the Thurmond soul Of riCS ,\
View-Unit B Blk! 21 Lot 4KUstmmee 5 John Barbee 1.14 8.: L, A l'g.Lot 85 __=__---w.- 7 26 31 5 e! -___-__ 224 amounts set opposite each name, 1015 W. Church 72 W. Pine
View Unit B Blk 22 Lot Montague Village Unit 1 .Lot* 1 to 4 27 31 S I' O 0Xeal .. 2.C5 below are paid before the lit day .

______ __________ __ Lucy Kiley .. 1.14 25 Inc 19 lnc...__- _-_ Anthony Montagu of May warrants will issue thereon ORLANDO -
15KlsMmmee View UnltB Blk 21 LoUKUMminee S. L. A I. J.oJ 100 of S SO' ;f X ISO' .. __ .. et ux 148.49 directing Irvy upon and aeii-

Ii. I _____________ ______... __ .. F N Herger 1.25 H. U A I. C W 50 of E ISO' of N John F Roberson
View Unit Blk 28 Lot iOO' Lot 1 __________.__-__ 12 21 30 et ux _.___ 24.98 Air CM&faomnf-tmipentiifts weds to tnitr-for. -watMt omtori.: Sea The Ross Rocs Chevy Sloe M color S od.ys>NBC-TV>lk.Pit BOOM Ow }Showroow MUy.ABC-TV.
.. ._ France Gerger 1.2S
11 A 12KlMlmmee________ ______ x > of Lot 1 ____ John F Roberson
View Unit B Blk 30 Lot S. L. A I. C. Lot 4 _________ 12 230 et ux _____ 277
_________________.________ w __ Alice L Snadle 114Tollxa 8.'L. A I. C. Lot 80 _______..... 1$ 2( 30 5 Lena Frlcke.. 2.77
15Park Garden 8BU" 8 A E of Rd 17 R. LA I. C. Lots SS A 51 _______ 2( 2< 10 S H B Day __.,-l.07
8V4 of KBU> lytnr S of creek A ., 8. L. L C. W 82' of E 157' R/W 1 27 30 10 G W Reeb ___ 307
"'Po of Rd 17 1eM SEH of SES of abutting Lot 405 _____ Dallas D Leslie
Sam'l 1 Goldman 5 26 30 __ et ux _____ 81.S3Matht
8E'' A lees Rd R/W UK* Re. KU*<
> SJ 25 !1J30 Trullt. ____ U,1t
Elk B Lot Witt.
Subdvn 10
Isle Unit 1 ___.. -, X. W. Folsom's
--------------- -' Kam'l'
Goldman. __ _.. mann ____ CS.68
22 23 29 10 Trust. ..- 5."
Park Garden SEVi of of SEUPark St. Cloud Blk 20 Lot 16 Thomas K Moore
Garden that> part See 82 St. Cloud Blk 26 Lot 2 _____--_-- __ -- et ux -._.__. S1:
bv Shingle Creek on __ __ __ Julia Huntley 2.25
tCb> Pleasant Hill Rd. on S A E by u' trust Goldman St. Cloud Blk 27 LoU 8 .to 12 Inc. 16.St George Birthet
22 25 ._ 1(2.92Kami
ux ______ 8.32
172 ______________. w
Park Gardens Lot 2 to IS Inc 19 to_ Cloud Blk 27 Lot.U. U A 15 George Birth
2a Inc. 27 to 3. inc A portion of Xtt" __ _. __ et ux ____ 4.6S
S of Creek AV 2 acres lot 28 A unnumbered St. Cloud Blk 10 Lot 7 .__________ Mrs Harry J
Goldman 37 Lot 18 19 A 20 __ Manning ___ 2.25
portion of Iota lying rout St. Cloud Blk -- --
E Lots 2. 19 A 3. 11 SS'. 29 '282 Trust ___W 122.13Sam'l __ __ __ __ Clara White 5.11
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Goldman. St Cloud Elk 60 LoU 14 A 15 __ Charles H
Park Garden Lot 28 less W 2 acre
U 2$ II. 4 Trust. ___ 428
Ss less v 4 acres _ __ __ Mitchell ___ 428
Park Harden Lots 3 to 13 Inc 20. St. Cloud Blk 61 Lot 1 A.JSt. __ Raymond L
21. 25 to 28 Inc. 37 to 43 Inc U, U. Saml Goldman Cloud Elk 49 W 100' Lot 13 A __ -- Citron ____ 5.88
A portion of unnumbered lot BLot 14 ,,,,, ,mi*.-------- C L SkellengerEst
4 28 29 280 Trust _____ 117.98
13. 20. 24. iS A 65 __ __ __ __ i-____ ".1%
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28s)' Kam'l Goldman. St. Cloud Blk 86 Lot.19 A 20 A IS Ruth C Hill
Park Garden Lots 22. 21 A 24 ____ 4 29 30. Trust.: ----- 22.83Sam'l SC Cloud Blk 87 Lots 8. 9. U, 13. U, __ __ et al _______ 4.68
Park Unrrien Lots 1 to 4 Inc. 9 to Goldman. 11--------- Ruth C Hill
18 Inc. 21 to 28 tae '88 to 40 Inc... C 28 29 280 Trust. --- 384.5 __ __ __ et al| __ 153

Oranre Blossom Addn 1 Blk B Lot St. Cloud BIle 144 LoU 7 A S .. F M SchantxEfct
__ _* t C R King Eat 11.13 ---
9. 10. A 10B ,_ __ w '..Ut.
Mr
'II'B Christopher
Bloraom l Adda need Book 2.3 King Eat 41.T4 Cloud Blk 111 LoU 19 A 20 __ Calvin :It Thompson -
lInterocean* Deed Book 133/238 ____ ".. J H Webb-_- 1.35 BU Cloud Blk 161 Beg SE Cor Lot 7. -- ft al -_ 3347
- -
City See A Blk 13 tt 17 run NV 20'. 8 2', W 120', S r.E 1
Orange Blorsom Addn West Blk C J P Fink 17.21 140) to Beg _
Lot 11 to 15 the _____u_____ - Glenn DarDttCox Anderson: 41.74

._ et ax St Cloud. Elk 161 Lot 10 .::__,_ B Hen
Rudd Addn Blk 2 Lot & A < __ -- Madeline.8I.U M Ethel 1S4.04

.. Mlllard 1.25 St Cloud Blk 181 Lot 17 A. 11 __, Calvin Thompson -
Hillard Height Blk 10 Lot 9 __ __ -- Eaton R Ktrtck- r -- __ et al ___ 15."

land et nx St. Cloud Blk tel LoU 21 to 24 Inc.St Calvin)1 Thompson -
Ocean Gulf Estate Sect Lot 28 __ Gorden J ii'UU2, ,_ w __ et al __. 65.68
et ux Cloud Elk 162 LoU 10 A 11___- Charles E Hart-
Colonial Estate Blk A Lot 3 -_____ -. Gorden'.f iitUI __ __ __ ley ____ 9142
Colonial Eatatea But A 'Lot* 4 to' _' et __ 9T.99 St Cloud Blk 171 LoU 23 A 24 ____ Gertrude Hawk
Inc _______________________.. ux tt Cloud BIte 175 Lot 1 __"-wSt __ et al ___...
Tolllt& Manor Unit A Blk n Lots __ __ __ Shelly Xeltnor 1.13 Cloud Blk 175 Lot 23 A 24 ,._,. __ _. __ MaryMiller 44.67.
2S 14 ----- --------------- Douglas M Wllllam '- w __ Ernest Waters 9.42
Manor Unit C Blk 32 Lots 17 __ 2.35 St. Cloud Blk 188 LoU to 12 inc Mr Albert De-
A 18 _____________________.____ et ut _ pew ____ 130.30
Land Bee Deed Book 1S9/S4. 1C4/20. St. Cloud Blk 193 Lot 7 ___- Alexander Ship- u
I>ese. a* Beg NW Cor of NKU of -- ley 41.44 t
8E%. run E ITr. 8 IOU' W 110.S'. St. Cloud Blk 200 LoU 23 A 24 ___ Elwood Panaley
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X102& E coned 144-4'. run W A partite St Cloud Blk 203 Lots 3.4.5.6 A: S Curtis: B Brun*.
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