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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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Newspapers. -- Kissimmee (Fla.)
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rQ : IERALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 67 YEARS

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THE BIG LEAGUERIf ,. HOW OSCEOLA COUNTY VOTED IN TUESDAY'S ELECTION

you are a combination old movie and baseball fan, .: f j ,. : A .,.. ... ... ... ... ... .. ... .. .. ... ... ... .
which I happen to be, there is a special treat in store tonightat :: t'O. :' ;" .=CI =:: G U C U t CJ C U C r U: r G U: .C r U: r CJ: .r G CJ: L r nc : C r CJ: .p r CJ:
11:30: on Channel 13. : uuN uC". : : Lt7 CJ C tel.:: :: 00 yp;:; ';y2:; ... ;:; : ';:; .N... ';:; C"..:. -

This will be the showing of "The Big Leaguer' which :I... :V.. I. -4 V.. '- t L. t. 4 i: t. t-
CANDIDATE F- : F- :. :. :.. :.. :.. :.. :.. :..
was released by :MGM:\ in 1953. I saw, along with Kate Knox u wr TOTAI
and the late Bill Skinner, several scenes filmed, one summer d -....,.I.. Blanton I 1 I 9 I 36' 99 77 60 I 89 50 138 110 1 63 4 27 12 I 775;

day. # Carter 123 I 35 69 213 191 ,, 120 180 145 237 215 112 23 IS 41 16":);5

The film, produced by Matthew Rapf and directed by Y t ,wi Barber 6 23 63 20o; 203 94 177 92 212 I 19S M 7 -II 17. I.'J2Fertic

1 Robert Aldrich, was made in its entirety in Melbourne. 18 19 47 123; 92 104 103 117 276 200 119 21 31.--; HIM

* REPUBLICAN

EDWARD G. ROBINSON WAS THE STARThe Duncan 0 0 I 6 0 i 9 8 4 6 I -1010 8 0 0 2 I 123

film was made at the New York Giants farm club Krasman 0'1 0 3 0 16 -I 9 17 69 66 3 0 0 0 I is;
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system. which used to be located at the old Naval Air Stationin
43 Democratic absentee ballots and 3 Republican absentee not included, but would not change the results.
Melbourne in those days, back before the Giants were

moved by Horace Stoneham to San Francisco.

Edward G. Robinson played the role of John B. (Hans) WINS RUN-OFF -

Lobert, who was technical director of the film and directorof "' ... ., '-' .. ._- ...-.'. .........--.. Airport To .
the Giants farm system, second only to Carl Hubbell, the 1j r5-- .ie ) : :

* i 1 Be Scene tt

.... ;Jf GREET THE GOVERNOR-Bill Wallis, J. J. Griffin. Bill Sippel f r
: and Raymond Yates were on hand to greet Governor Farris Bryant I

.A,. when he arrived at the airport last week prior to attending the Big Air ShowOf ,,rIf
Governor's dinner at Tupperware. (Photo by Hamrick) ,
J St i
The grand opening of the local
.
; : airport facilities under new management -

': f Seventy-Nine To 1 Kissimmee, ,Marathon is to be held Aviation on June of

16th and 17th.Extensive .
1j ...
plans are underwayfor ,
Graduate rj j for a gala celebration. This
i
= Friday 1 event is not only to serve as a

r 1I r. '. ;! 'kick off' for the new airport management -
but to promote and pub-
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Seventy-nine students will be-5, a licize local interests and industries.

I candidates for graduation at the Herbert A. Smith S\ i'I. An air show, barbecue, dance,
annual commencement exercises to military and civilian aircraft displays -

be held Friday night at eight o'- Died At Orlando I ; and other attractions are 4 ..
\ clock at Tupperware Pavilion. Herbert A. Smith Sr., 1019 Lan- being arranged to encourage a
:
.
.._.. The salutatory will be presentedby caster Dr., pioneer Orlando resi- large and varied influx of visitors.
'sI Miss Beverly Whalen and the dent and citrus owner, died Sat- -;s 'A. The Osceola Chapter of the Flor-

'r 1 : valedictory address by Robert Leon urday at Florida Sanitarium & CHESTER BARBER ida Aero Club is putting forth BLOOD BANK' GOES OVEn Tilt: TOP-Fift>. two pints of blood

.... Allen Jr. Hospital. He was 73. their best efforts to make this one were" received at the Elks Blood Bank drive last \\edne<>da>'. Harvey -
: :> of the
if largest
l The diplomas will be presentedby Mr. Smith was born in Orlando lii public events ever IJreedlove left and A. I 1'. Lutz co-chairman ith Earl Yates
.
t staged in Kissimmee. The
William B. Stephens, superin- July 8, 1889, the son of Mr. and Chester Barber public are shown talking over the order for free steak dinners for the
).. is cordially invited to attend
\ tendent of public instruction, as- Mrs. Aubrey Smith, pioneer settlers of these events as donors with Bonnie Shenanski of the Central Florida Blood Bank.
as possible
many
Edward G Robinson could out -ut them all, talk on base- sisted by Miss Linda English, of the area. His father, with Wins County RaceIn and inspect the modern, new facili-, (Photo llllamnrk)

ball, makni" movies; and art/, of/ n'huh he is a noted collr tor. class president. Mr. T. J. Dempsey of Jacksonville, ties. '
Photo Skinner. Music will be by the Osceola was one of the early developers,
( by )
High School band under the direc- buying the land between Gore a hotly-contested race for the
tion of John B. Jamison, band- Ave., America St. and S. Orange District 4 County Commission seat, HONORED
famous left-hander who played himself in the picture. Old master. Ave. and the railroad which was Chester Barber nosed out Clifford ....,.. ".._,. ". ,">. :" ...': .....' '1 Republican Leaders
Hans himself was once a famous member of the Giantsiin-! The candidates include Margaret opened as Dempsey's addition. The Fertic by 114 votes. The final ;

field. \ Jean Acree, Robert Leon AllenJr. father also operated a dairy and count was _1,432 for Barber and ,

i ., Robert Louis Armstrong, Bar- truck farm in the 1000 block of 1,318 for Fertic. 3 Attend
W. Central Ave. for 28 The total includes all 14 pre- Meeting
bara Lee Anthony, Faye Jeannette years.
EDWARD G. CAN REALLY CUSSI Babb, Hardin Lee Barkley, Brenda Herbert Smith graduated from cincts but does not include 43

also remember the film because I wrote a magazine Joyce Beatty, Carolyn Jean the Atlanta College of Pharmacyin Democratic absentee ballots, which .j" -
article about it and its baseball connection, but there were Broyles, Florence Ruth Campbell, 1907 and conducted his own could not change the outcome.On County Republican leaders Joe. WINS AWARD
several other memorable aspects. Alvin Douglas Celmons, Charles drug store at 43 W. Church St. un- the state level, Jerry Carter kY Y Watson and Ken Duncan attendeda
III Connie Jo Con- der the name of Orlando Pharm- defeated his opponent, Jim Blan- p
) ) Wesley Conley luncheon meeting at the Marion
f JI. JI. f until 1922. ton by almost 2 to 1. The final tally -
rad Marie Cotton.
Kathleen acy Hotel in Ocala Tuesday for all
Also Troy Dorsey Crose, Mary He sold the pharmacy and went in the public utilities race was !
Zoe Dailey, Rita Jane Dodd, Dan- into the citrus business in Orange 1.655 to 775. "' : county chairmen of the fifth con-

ny Lee Dulgar, Phillip DuPree Jr.. and Osceola Counties, amassingwith In the Republican race for j r" gressional district which, after re-

Linda Diane Durden, Arthur Fred his son, Herbert A. Jr., one committeeman, Ken Krasman poll- j districting, now include Volusia, r

{Dyer, Jr., Linda Jean English, of the largest individually -owned" ed 183 votes to defeat his opponent Lake. Sumpter, Citrus, Marion,
John Ann holdings in the stfte. Ken Duncan, who had 123. : i
Phillips Flater Joyce grove : .t
-Jrasier; Dennis Wayne Friesner, Mr. Smith and his sin estab- There were 41 Democrats and .., Pasco, SeninoTv\ J Ile/n:mdo and Oa-: .
lished a co-operative in 1952, three Republican absentee ballots j ceola counties.
[l Jayne Elizabeth Geiser, Donald .
Eugene Glass Jr., Roberta Irene Smith Growers Assn., of which yet to be counted.-- ; : P! Hubert Hevey, republican candi-

Glass, James Thomas Gritter. Mr. Smith was president. Its head- HEADS OFFICE > date for congressman, a resident

Also James Roger Haddock, quarters was in Kissimmee.The ........... ; of Volusia County and former vice-
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Faye Irene Harrah, Mary Virginia younger Mr. Smith died in 'g. r;:: .... ,
: "j of Beach outlinedhis
Daytona ,
\ mayor
Hatchell, Kattie Lea Hendley, Al-
lan Blyth Hewett, Jess Olin Hight, 1960.Mr.. Smith was a member of the .'', a,'$, campaign program for unseat-
I ;
Robert Joann Hodala, Joan Eliza- First Methodist Church of Orlando. f't*;' Mrs. June Bond was named ing the present democratic incum- .,

rt beth Humble, Judith Lee Johnson, He was also a veteran of World *t :#<., "Elementary Teacher of theYear" bent, Syd Herlong. ; .
Agnes Juanita Key Jean Elaine War I.Surviving. ; at the Chamber of Com- <
,
Kragenbrink Roberts, Michael i are his wife, DosiaC. f merce Koffes Klub last week. Candidate Hevey, born a south- ,.:.: K -
democrat said that he did not "
Thomas Kroell, Robert Ray Lee, ., a member of the pioneer Math- 6; Mrs. Bond teaches music in the ern ..
,, feel that he was leaving the partyof r
Nancy Carol Lory, Laura Lee ers family of Christmas, sisters, ,;, "' elementary grades.
his fathers when he decided to
v Lucas, Herman Frank Lukz Jr., Mrs.\ B. E. Greene, Orlando, Mrs.R. (Photo by Hamrick) t,
the "The
Bruce Hart Lupfer, George Kelly M.\ Morgan, Plant City and four 0 democratic join republican party had already party. been I
Lyons Jr., Robert Marcus Mar grandchildren.
Robert Husso, member of the
ultra-liberal
shall. Funeral services were held in 4 Presbyterian Bible ;northern taken over democrats by and the big only city Osceola High School faculty
Also William DeForest MarvinJr. the Carey Hand Chapel Monday at
named
x School Scheduled south- was "llijjh,: School Teacherof
rv Steve Berle Mincey, Alfred 4 p.m. with Dr. E. J. Pendergrass place: left make for a conservative his effective the Year" at the Koffee Kluh

Edward Munson, John Andrew officiating. Interment followed in S A Daily Vacation Church School erner to in the vote republican last week. Husso> i in ,guidance: .
nationally
1 Murphy, Kenneth Lawrence Mur- Greenwood Cemetery. Carey Hand will be held at the First United was counselor) at MIS. r
phy, Travis Carl Murphy, Rebecca Funeral Home in cnarge of ar- ,party.
Photo Hamrick
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Presbyterian Church, 15 Church Hevey charged that either Her by )
Elaine Oaks, Linda Sue Partin, rangements. Street June 4th
Kissimmee to
,
]long was not the conservative he
4 xtt4 William Lee Quirk, Theodore 15th Mondays to Fridays with II'm\TUHES
claimed to be, or that, as a demo-
Wyntoun bins Linda Redd Harold Skinner Edwin Rob- Kissimmee Houses To 1' daily sessions from 9:00 to 11:45 ,crat, he was under such terrific HATE II I. R1Ved.

Kay Mary a.m. There will be Kindergarten administration that he :5.23; '......um 9.i; 6H 0.25
Theresa Somers. Be Sold At Auction pressure
(four and five years), Primary, ,dare not vote according to his con- Thu. 5-21 u. u..m 97 69 0
Also Ann
4t Patricia Spence, Sher- Saturday, June 2, at 1:30 p.m. Junior and Junior High Depart- victions. "Either case", said Hevey, Fri. :5.25) : ................ 97 70 0

ry Streetman Gayle Story, Donald Ernest Suhl the Hansbrough National Realty & Arthur W. Bailey ments. "makes him an unfit representative Sat. 5.26;) 0__. .. .. .....95 70 0
Jerry Wayne Auction Company, climaxing a The program will be made up of j of the people of the fifth Sun. 5-27 ... ..u........99 75:) 0Ion.

t* s .ys Tomlinson Sandra Jane, Sylvia Tibbetts Louise, Charles Uline, busy month, will sell 14 homes in I Arthur W. Bailey worship, singing, Bible study and district. To prove his point Hevey 5-28 ........ ..0 100 1t 0
Royal Gardens in Kissimmee at ab- stories, handwork, recreation and 4 cited his opponents record on the Tue. 5.29 ...... 9.: 70 0
Sandra Lee Peter R.
Vannoy, solute auction. These homes are Heads Orlando Office refreshments. The School will be .
]bill to enforce withholdings on -
Warn Victory Margaret Weid-
Jiff RHhard's career boomed then busted and I'era-Ellen man. Beverly Kay Whalen, Judith located in a beautiful section and 1 Arthur W. Bailey, son of Mrs. directed by Dr. Olive Fish. ,dividends and interest. "Accordingto
should be in large demand. Theyare Movie Menu
a if > .\.<.rft gut had one big rote with Bin Sin,,' The Big1eaurr. Ann Wilmarth, Billy Don Wilson, owned the J. I. A. W. Bailey of Neptune Road, Teachers and assistants are as his own poll of his constituents",
presently by
named Resi- follows: Mrs. Forrest Hayes, Mrs.
Kissimmee has been
said admitted
0 (Photo 6y. Sktnner ) James Earl Wilson, Stephen Le- Kislak Hevey, "Herlong
Mortgage Corporation.A dent Engineer in charge of a new Aaron Lanier, Mrs. Lester Alford, SOUTH THAU mmK INTIII..tTIn
that the people of his district were
Edgar Lee Jr.
roy Woody Wyant large attendance is expected
office Mrs. Kenneth .Caldwell, Mrs. Wil-
Patricia Ann Yates [ Leeds & Northrup Company largely opposed to any such unnecessary -
Ralph Phillip
Vera-Ellen played Christy ; Jeff Richards was Adam at this sale and anyone interestedin 1 at 711 N. Magnolia Avenue, Or- liam Noe, Mrs. Steven Walker, The bill Tbur. .list. car." May 31. Julie I. 2'i
Polachuk who the Yeomans, Judith Lee Yowell. these homes should turn to the measure. was UK I.UOT \\OHI.H-
was a rookie in Giant farm system who lando, according to an announce- Mrs. Lucy Hamlin. Mrs. Clifford in Herlong's own committee. lie -.1T1.1\'rl"" 'I'llII.o"'r
was training under Lobert; Richard Jaeckel was Bobby Bron- classified page and read the ad- ment from the Philadelphia instrument Speir, Mrs. Myron Dole, Mrs. W.I. voted to release it for consider- i'O\IIM-\T-

son, his teammate; William Campbell was Julie Davis alsoa City Signs ContractFor vertisement concerning this sale. and automatic controls Barber, Mrs. Maurice Bond and ation by the House Herlong's Su..."%1.1)!..._ '1'.t""u"-.... June X 1. :5
professional ball player. It was a good movie as movies of manufacturer. Mrs. William Burdick. Several whole record makes interesting -TIIH MO.. 'STKIfIIOKHOII

this sort go. I say this because it is virtually impossible to Diesel GeneratorThe Fire Destroys Bailey, who will cover the east- Junior High and Senior High girls reading", continued Hevey, "andI !. Ktl II\MIIKM",flH"Wed. OPIII

film a good baseball story; simply by the nature of the game. Trailer Sunday ern part of Florida, formerly will also serve as helpers. shall discuss it point by pointas UOIIM OPIK.. "June' CI W0\f.' "

The day I interviewed Edward G. he was nice to me but City Commission formally served the area from the Atlanta the campaign progresses." -HltllM.I.: TO Tilt: "M"
he was giving Rapt heck because he wanted to get out of Mel- signed a contract Tuesday night A fire of undetermined origin I office of the company.A .
with Fairbanks Morse to purchasea destroyed a trailer at Tropical
bourne and back to New York. Robinson may not have invented diesel generator for the City Park Sunday night. native of Kissimmee, Baileywas V'I

cussing, but he is a past master at profanity. Light Plant for the amount of Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Gerald[ educated in the Osceola Coun-
$481,414.00.The Eugene Palo, who were not at ty Public Schools and at the University -

THE ORIGIN OF THE FILM commission also discussed home at the time, the trailer was i of Florida, Gainesville, c*; I
sanitary rates lease competely burned out with loss, where he graduated with a bache- SpecialGraduation _
sewer airport ,
The film started out as a magazine piece on the New estimated including lor's degree in mechanical en-
and other subjects: but took no direct at $4300, con-
York Giants farm system by John McNulty and the screen action. tents. gineering. He joined L & N in 1953 jH M

play was developed by Herbert Baker. Roy Hansel, director of Utilities, The Kissimmee Fire Department j as a field engineer.
Vera-Ellen, a dancer by profession, hasn't done very well reported that the Light Plant pro- answered the call which was i Bailey is a sailing enthusiast and
since this film other than a meaty role in "White Christmas"with duction reached an all time peak placed too late to save the pro- a member of the Atlanta Yacht ylyi}

Bing Crosby. Jeff Richards started off in this pictureas last Friday. perty. Club. He and Mrs. Bailey, the

a big bang, was put in it by MGM because he was in real former Margaret Allen of Plant old
City, Florida, have a one-year Issue
life a former baseball player, and was given a big. studio Representative To son, John Arthur.Thespian .
buildup. He made several pictures in which he starred, had a KAST Club Holding Attend

television series, then dropped with a big thud. Friendly TournamentsThe Air Exposition Troupe
Representatives of the Kissim- See -w
mee Development Commission will i Elects OfficersOfficers
ROBINSON WAS Kissimmee All States Tour-
AN OLD PRO
ist Club and the St. Cloud Shuffle attend the International Aircraft of Thespian Troupe 565
When Robinson walked on camera all the other actors Club are enjoying mixed tourna- Exposition in Reading, Pennsylvania have been elected for the 1962-63
looked like amateurs. He is a real pro. He ought to be. He's ments every Tuesday and in St. in an effort to get aircraft year. SecondSection 4

stirred in many pictures since he became one of filmdom's Cloud on Fridays. plants to locate in Kissimmee. Ex- The new president will be Danny
immortals as "Little Caesar." Last week the reds had 3272 penses for the trip will be financedby 1 Lackey. Other officers are Peggy

Such memorable ones as "Our Vines Have Tender points and the blacks 3192. action committee. Acree, vice president; Suzanne

Grapes" and "House of Strangers." And the director, Robert The carry-in suppers on Satur- Bartie, secretary; Bunny DeRamus -
Aldrich is one of the industry's biggest I be- day nights are very popular with Birth AnnouncementMr. treasurer; Cynthia Lathe,
names largely
50 attending last week. These scribe. BRINGS TOUR TO CITY-'Anne Williams, center, brought a group
cause he only works on films with touchy themes. He are and Mrs. Fred Dye announcethe
was last week a Florida Circle Tour byWilliams'
Kissimmee
held every two weeks and all club j A farewell to the seniors was of tourists to on
responsible, for instance, for "The Big Knife,** which showed members are invited to attend. birth of a son Tuesday, May 29 held when congratulations and Tour Agency out of Birminghom. Shown with Anne are

Hollywood in all its glamourous brutality. Many hotly contested games follow at Kissimmee Hospital. Mrs. Dyeis best wishes were extended by the her parents )Ir. and Mrs. L. M. Williams of Kissimmre. who
(Continued Page the former Alice Thomas. the HoteL (Photo by Hamrick)
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2 Tie Kisjlmmec Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., May 31, 1962 their incomes. Look who's talk-':
THEKISSIMMEE SHORT AN SWEET ing." Rose Meredith, Salem' S
When you are helpful to a tour- """ SOUTH TRAIL
(West Va.) Herald. I'
ist, you are helping yourself says ORIpa GAZETTE ;
for COWMENit's the Florida Tourism Steering 1 1t i tt "It has been suggested by a. DRIVE IN
I Commission. jurist that all cars be taken from |i
tsa A Job. II. Perry :>: ew paper
the H careless drivers. Wouldn't it seem i,
strange with our streets almost! THEATREORLANDO
Cowtown AS SEEN ON TV r' y Offices: 21.26 Stewart Ave. o C 1z t6N deserted?" Kenny Bennett,I!

Telephone 817.2881 l Greencastle (Ind.) Graphic. | FLA.

Slip-On mum"wave ON 01 '- "I wasn't sure the U.S. wash i| LOCATED 1 MILE
ahead of Russia in the space race
Matterin
{ Entered the Post as Second Office at Cla Kissimmee s Mall Fla. So sorry: It's rain Memorial the,best fallout shelter in the area, until :Mr. K. wanted to pool information -" SOUTH OF SKY LAKE

by City for'Iub realcomfort Day, says the Old Farmer's Almanac the Washington State PenitentiaryIn with us."Alfred W. ON THE TRAIL

Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida Only one physician ever Qaattlebaurn Zebulon (Ga.) Pike'
trT there sprin'kler"e 1939, author Ernest Wright County Journal.
.mart'rts became President of the U.s.-
l llaa- e LEO SCHUMAKER William Henry Harrison By wrote the 50,000-word novel "Gads- "Are you one of those who TIIURS., FIJI. SAT.
Editor and Manager the way: The Golden Rule is of by"and didn't once use the let watch television so you can tell
ad.ll.rd".T 1 f no use whatever unless you realize ter "e" One out of every four people why you don't?" Bert May 31. June 1, 2

i 4. .r SUBSCRIPTION RATES it's your move American boys is registered in Mast."rson, Hartsdale (N.Y.) Mas- "TilE LOST WORLD"ATLANTIS

Six months $2.50; one year. $-1.00; two years $7.00 About $550' million per year are Scouting Wonder if they serve terson Press."Motorists. TilE LOSTCONTINENT"
in
stuffing Texas?
daily Turkey,
spent for agricultural industry in ; should I rememberthat
I the U.S.-some 52% of it is money even St. Christopher beginsto
I. 4 models GAZETtE ADVERTISING PAYS spent by industry Rose Stewartof While audiences may cheer male lose faith at 83 miles an hour.:' I -LAND UNKNOWN-
"'our&lae the Clifton (Ariz.) Copper Era opera singers with "bravo," the -E. L. Holmlund, Argyle (:Minn.)
from '595 reports the automobile is the No. women rate a "brava" In Marshall County Banner.:
6 to 1: 1 killer of Arizona teenagers Phoenix, Ariz., the oil leak in Bill "One of the great mysteries of SUN. .'ION., TUES
U. C I) rectangular': lawn areas CongratulationsTo' King's traced to device
car was
Did you know the dove will merci- a life is hew the boy we were sure June 3.I, 5
from 9"xl2'to 40 x 601 Waters
ldho lessly peck an opponent to death? that warns when the car has an wasn't good enough for -
your lawn with a sweeping rain. our daughter THE )1() STF.n"
$19.95 oil leak Shouldn't
Melnor's Aqua-Dial censors
like action. can be the father of the smartest -
"'1.. Tai: fives fingertip control of spray'areafor The Class A single jet transport requires collect fees for their services to grandchildren in the world."- "HORROR CHAMUEK: OF
full half or partial -r ITS 1,225,00 fastening devices including authors? Earl Gilbert Evansdale La. Enterprise IK. FAUSTUSWed. -
!addle" Black or coverage. Light in weight hand- P SS's-r of ( ) -
lI.hltf'r IIroft R come precision made of non- 1,000,000 rivets, 140,000 lock bolts The Internal Revenue Building .
Pad" Man corroding metals.Will give years 62 and 60,000 structural bolts and near Martinsburg, W. Va. is located "An optimist is a woman who
SIi..kf'r.I'ommel Orders of trouble-free service. It's Always the Best When other fasteners Navajo men on Neady :Road You can't enter starts slipping into her shoes when June 6ORLD
Unconditionally guaranteed for I
"'saddle are not permitted to see or talkto a library in Japan without first the preacher says: : And now by
IicpalrlsAhoot \3 full year.Made in U.S.A. You Get It At their mothers-in-law scrubbing your hands Evelyn way of conclusionJohn I L "\\ 01SrZIE WONG"

IIl'hulldlD" t:.. ':Ct'---- An Internal Revenue man is Paul of Lake Waccabuc, N.Y. asks: Teets, Richwood Dt"'\0_.. MakinsonHardware WALT & MAXINE'S writing a book titled: "How We "Could you lend mea sort? I'm all Republican. I
{ Made $1,800,000 Off the Fellow I out of sorts this morning. .
Who wrote A Book About Making Of the more than 10 million
2,000,000 in the Stock Market' youngsters in U.S. high schools
7 Females are the fighters in I less than 600,000 receive even so
ant colonies. The males wait on much as one semester of econom-

: "The Store With The 1 ,. the sidelines I ics Public Health Service I I I41wt4r It
"JlmdiiiiJtrtrr Assume you know a tree is the i reports there are at least 5,000,000 II
',. Horse Out Front"OPEN
Florida ( .UI"OII'D"I ) world's largest vegetable In I overweight women in the U.s. I
6 DAYS A WEEK HWY. 17-92 847-4812 Walla Walla, Wash., an Round Figures, of course .
:: II. ()arIlD 'oD Klaallllw
FROM 7 A. M. TO 5:30 PJVI.\ ing firm surveyed engineer-I Know where Bob Jones University -
I Washington and is? It's in Greenville, S.C.:, has
an enrollment of 3,000 students, Ii

t II and is :35; years old this year .
i- The weekly scoop: To escape traf-
-. fic jams, two Central Intelligence and lots ofit..j I
A message from the Treasury of a free people -.. Agency employees in Washington, t
D.C. commute by canoes on the Po

_. -- -- : tomac. Sorry CIA won't disclose J I
A' ; their names .
New Jersey will celebrate its 0 GAS WATER HEATINGIs o
Is more efficient lowest In-
300th birthday in 1964. The Lenni 'I
Lenape Indians sold their land to 1Cj stallatlon cast lowest operat
h.. ( -- P ing cost fastest heating (up
in
4 white settlers of New Jersey
to 3 times faster than other self-
1694! The first public show- contained types) more hot
ing of a movie was held in New water when needed. See our line of guaran- .
York City 66 years ago It was teed gas water heaters. J
C playwright Sean O'Casey who
w,, wrote: "The whole world is in a

state of chassis" GREEN'S FUEL
Lightning doesn't zigzag. It

sum of $4.33 a week will buy curves, twists, meanders and _

How ,. w The a dozen Savings Bonds in a doesn't branches travel off like downward tree limbs in a, but sarieb it a i _/ ;._: ._I

to help 2 year. A few years of this and you'll be of sharp short angles For

$1,000 richer. about 2 cents an item, the Libraryof
Congress will microfilm for
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t for this : It has been a short The Kissimmee!! Gazette, Kisaimmee! Florida, Thur fay ?t.a 1. 1% "
year.
concerned with
M has! to balance: books each day: and not politics was
KISSIMMEE' add and concerned witli She 9 months. Children will deceive report -
the shopkeepers have to very space.
subtract to complete transactions.i :;'v.. .:;;:) -:': predicts that in the future people cards this day-providing all retired railroad brakeman. lIe Mrs. Ruth Marshall
.y '
Elementary School If you have any light shopping to will be saying "Which planet willI library fees lunches and book moved here several years ago and
do, come'and see them. I x shop on today" or "I must get damage are paid up. Happy Vacation ran a chicken ranch on the Vineland Succumbed Friday
NEWSThe Lonnie Dutton came from Ha- my space ship refueled today. Land! I Road. He belonged to the Mrs. Ruth Marshall 68,:died ina
vana, Fla., and joined Mrs. Bast's u'V Kelley Frazer has invited her I Johovah Witness Church. local hospital Friday. She was
children in Miss Junie Goolsbys class. His daddy is a printer at classmates in Mrs. Johnston'sroom William A. Sawyers He is survived by his wife, Stella born in Boston Mass., and movedto
Cody's. to a pool party on Wednes- Mae two sons, Harry Hubert, Columbus Kissimmee seven years ago and
have had \ : Passed
room exciting
an Laura Loftin left two weeks ago : r day afternoon. Away SaturdayMr. Ohio; William H. Jr., Kis- lived at 1614 Orange Blvd. She
week.
their Besides having a piano in to visit her grandparents in Ken- :7 This revised version of the well William A. Sawyers, 67, simmee; daughters, Mrs. Evelyn was worthy matron of Roslindale
room, there were many visit- tucky. She sent a series of picturesof known poem about the number of 1716 Janet St., Kissimmee, promi- Dames New Martinsville, W .Va.; Chapter No. 104 Order of Eastern
ors. These visitors were a guinea Kentucky to her classmates in 9 a days in each month was written nent retired educator, passed away Mrs. Gladys Coulter, Lancaster, Star in 1927-28, Roslindale, Mass.
chicken that
pig
a peep peep Mrs. Bast's room and they are up I I by Bill Lyng in Mrs. Rollins' 4th Saturday. Ohio; Mrs. Marie Carroll, Millers She belonged to the Congregational -
i peeped all day and many tadpoles on the bulletin board. The class is A resident of Kissimmee for the Port, Ohio; and Mrs. Burnice':, Church. She is survived by her
which Mrs.are hoped children to turn into frogs. going to write her a letter soon. grade.My: Poem about the Months put> 18 months he received his Heath, Orlando, Fla.; sisters, Mrs. husband, Herbert W. Marshall.The .
serious Bast's business are being and Mr. Baker, who had an opera- September, April June and November bachelor of Science degree from Gertrude Brooks Sarasota, Fla.; ': body was sent to Boston,
very men tion this week, is much better. t Bates College and his master's degree and Mrs. Susan Pratt, Greenup,!' Mass., for funeral services and
with the
i they women have set shopping in their center room. When he goes home Mrs. Bast's \ Are very much unlike December.For from Columbia University.He Ky.; sixteen grand and twenty interment by The Riedel Funeral
There up class is going to walk to his house it and all the other months taught school at Wallingford, greatgrandchildren.Funeral Home, Kissimmee.
is a barber shopflorist shop, 1 f .
"I and say hello to him. He wants but one Conn, New Cumberland W. Va.. I services were held i in
pet shop, grocery store, toy store, _
book store and a bank. The banker company. /11' Have you see all of them 81 Appolo Pa., and Bernardsville N. the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral I
Mrs. Louise Elliott lost her r The one I mentioned in my third J.. and was principal of Cristobal Home at 10:00 a.m. Monday with
father last week. She has been in line High School in Panama C. Z., for Jeff Clag officiating.
I FURNITURE Tennessee for two weeks. Mrs. Always has 28 or 29 four years and of the Bay Ave. Interment was in Shingle Creek
DISCOUNT CENTER Baker is taking her place this You should guess what this one Elementary School in Patchogue, Cemetery under the direction of
week. GIRLS STATE REPRESENTATIVES-Shown above at Osceola is L. I, N. Y., for 27 years. the Riedel Funeral Home.
If you are definitely interestedin Thursday and Friday were registration High School with representatives of sponsoring organizations.Front It is just as simple as a quiz. Mr. Sawyers was a member of Congratulations
savin money on good furniture days: for preschoolers and row left to right, Vivian Beltz, Carolyn Croft and Judy Ths Episcopal Church Kinder- the Westerly R. I., Congregational Mrs. Jessie Andrews Graduates
you should;; positively some of the children visited the Koehrich, Girls State delegates. Back row, Miss Jo Makinson of garten visited the first year classes Church, Kissimmee All States
see, rooms to get acquainted.IBM. the American Legion Auxiliary Wm. Heeren of the Makinson this week. Everyone enjoyed their tourist Club Orange Gardens'ivic Succumbed WednesdayMrs. From
Carson Post and Bodo Kirchhoff Elks, sponsors. Assn. Masonic Scottish
: Lodge, -
Jessie Elizabeth Andrews,
TOWN & COUNTRY (Photo by Hamrick). coming.We
took our last trip to the Li- Rite and Shrine. He was a 96, died in a Winter Haven Hospital -
FURNITURE"A I veteran of World War I. Wednesday. Mrs. Andrews wasa
brary for this school year as an Mrs. Mac'sRestaurant
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little out of the way but so Mrs. Redgrave and :Mrs. Brad- forts in them, climb in them and entire group. But I hope all the Surviving are wife Grace K.; resident of Davenport for the
much less to pay." bury, accompanied by room mothers make bows and arrows." children will continue their weekly sons, William A. Jr., Baldwin, L. past 25 years. She was a memberof
10,000 SQ. FT. SHOWROOM I took their classes to visit the Several children discussed the visit during the summer. The Li- r., N. Y., and James M., Lakeland, the Buffalo Baptist Church of
Loaded with tremendous selection MACHINE TRAINING zoo last week. approaching orbital flight and one brary will be open daily from 10- and six grandchildren. Tampa, Fla. and a member of the
of Early American and COMPLETE COURSE Mrs. Walker's fifth grade has predicted "He is going around 12 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. Funeral services were held at Jessie Andrews Circle W.S.C.S. of
modern furniture priced to INCLUDING prepared a "History of Transpor- three times." He deplored this Mrs. Peggy Bradbury took her 11 a.m. Tuesday from the Grissom the First Methodist Church Daven-
suit you.BEDROOM. tation," display of models. Begin- though and said, "If they do find TV to school for the children to Chapel with the Rev. Dorr Van
604 1401COMPUTERS ning with the Mayflower, in full out (what is out in space) they will watch Scott Carpenter's flight. Stten, minister of the First United port.She is survived by two sons,
SUITES-With 23:) sail, there is also a covered wagon be shooting us into space to live." The "remark of the day" was Presbyterian Church officiating. Barton, Davenport; and Wilbur C.
i suites to choose from. some old cars, a train, the Another child predicted I don't made by Jeff Scalli who leaned Casketbearers were Messrs. Vern Andrews of Tampa; two daugh-
and Wright Brothers airplane and vari- think we'll ever put a man in spaceor over to a restless friends of his leswick, B. Douglass, Charles, ters, Mrs. Virgil Harris, Daven-
E-Z TERMS
our rockets and missiles and sate- on the moon." (during his time of being "lost") : erould! George Glover Hobert I port; Mrs. Finley Moore, Honolulu
TRADE INS lite models. Seven children worried over the and whispered "Be still and just Massengill and Earl Lewis. Inter- ; 12 grandchildren; 28 great-
Two fifth grade classes have world situation and one simply say a little prayer." ment followed in Osceola Memory grandchildren and 3 great-great
Town & Country FurnitureAt r. written essays entitled, "What I stated, "Well, I think it's OK. I In Mrs. Davis' and Mrs. Walk- Gardens. Grissom Funeral Home grandchildren.
Orlando Think of the World!" One group have seen more people in the world ers' classes children routed Car- was in charge of arrangements. Funeral services will be held in
3610 S. Orange formerly ALSO KEY PUNCH wrote prior to Glenn's orbital than any place else." penter's flight on a map. the First Methodist Church,
Kuhl Ave. AND SENSIMATICCALL flight. Some children at that time The other class wrote on the The children in Central School Mrs. Pansy M. Zupp Davenport, Friday at 2 p.m. with
Open evenings Til 9 OR WRITE FOR INFO. wrote of the beauty of the earth same subject this week and all except were in the halls watching the his- Rev. Jay Halter, pastor, offici-
Phone GA 2-6360 Florida Tech. College and the pleasure of living. "I like : one child worried about the torical event. Succumbed WednesdayMrs. ating. Interment will be in Orange
1036 N. Mills 425-8652 the trees because you can build i world situation. The one who was Friday is our last day of schoolAMD Pansy M. Zupp, 67, winter Hill Cemetery with Rev. Harold

visitor to Kissimmee from Wheeling Bowe, pastor of Buffalo Baptist
West Virginia, passed away Church in charge at the grave
I Wednesday after a brief illness.A side under the direction of the
I native of Ellen Grove Wheeling -
I I Riedel Funeral Home, Kissimmee.
LooK liKE A klAk7i West Virginia- she had beena
I resident Kissimmee for the
Vicar Don LeberTo
i SAVE UKE CPAZY! past 10 years.
She was a member of the Occupy PulpitVicar
I \ Woman's Club, Kissimmee and Walter Anderson chose
I! \, Wheeling and the Kissimmee All- "Christian Prayer, the Heartbeatof
states Tourist Club. A member of
Faith" as his final sermon topicas
:I the Stone Presbyterian Church, Pastor of Grace Lutheran
a y Wheeling, she attended the First Church, St. Cloud. Vicar Andersonleft I
United Presbyterian Church here. to continue his studies at Con-
0t Survivors include her husband, cordia Seminary College, Spring-
Jack D. Zupp. Two sisters, Mrs. field, Ill., this week.
Mae Hawkins and Mrs. Sarah Pastor Anderson sang, "Be Still,
Hogue, both of Wheeling. My Soul" as a solo. He was bari-
Prayer services were held at tone soloist with the Seminary
t I 7 8 t p.m. Thursday from the Gris- Chorus which toured Europe in

; : '" II. som Chapel, with the Rev. Dorr l 1962
\ Van Etten, minister of the First 1958.Next Sunday, June 3, Vicar Don
'i United Presbyterian Church, officiating Leber, Miami, will deliver the
The funeral party left : sermon. His text is Col. 3, 1-10,
Friday for Wheeling, where final the theme being, "The Marks of Continue your
services were to be held with inter- I a Christian." Vicar Leber is pres-
ment to follow in Greenwood ently working among the deaf. good work in

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4 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee Florida Thurs., May 31, 1962!)

Recollections
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BY THE REV. RENUS OLSON

Way back in 1923 while attending a Methodist Conference -

iS.i.y l1CJftllg tJ Markham.at Lafayette I met the great American Poet, Edwin

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; Markham was to be the "big speaker'-the,big event at
the conference. He was to lecture on Friday night. (Paid
J admission) I with many others including the Bishop were
there at the rail road station to meet Mr. Markham. The
(Continued from page 1) Bishop and his party rushed down to the pullman end of the

Anyway, "The Big Leaguer" is a good show if you like train, but Mr. Markham alighted from the day coach.
old movies and baseball. Bishop was there in his big car to escort him to the hotel
I Or both. where reservations had been made. Another surprise was
: in store for all-Markham refused to go to a hotel. He want-
ON BECOMING GOVERNORThe ed a room in a private home. He turned to me and said Graduation Gift HeadquartersTransistor
"This young man and I will find a room." At that, one of the
road to Governorship in Florida is a lonely one. preachers I knew who was acquainted with the town said,
More often than not a candidate has to run two to four times "Wait, I'll call a friend of mine." He did and secured a room Radios, Stationery Thank You Notes
before he obtains the state's highest office. for the poet in the home of an attorney.
Take the case cf Farris Bryant. When Farris was a can- Markham\ crawled in my little old Chevrolet and we wentto Scheaffer Pens
the home of Rev. Hatton's friend. Markham asked if I
didate he knew his staunch supporters by their first names. Timex Watches
By virtue of his office he is lucky to know the names of his would come early the next morning and make a round of the
department heads. second hand book stores and shops. He collected old books. New Model Hair DryersElectric
Still he remembers old friends. As he entered the When I arrived at the home where he was staying the next Tape RecordersCandy
Pacific Room of Tupperware the other night he took time morning he stuck his head out of the upstairs window and Razors .
out to shake hands with Carroll Starling and acknowledged called "Come on up, Olson. I did and for a couple of hoursI
in Southern Gentlemanly fashion, the presence of Mrs. Star- literally sat at the feet of the old poet and listened to him Billfolds HollingsworthWhitmanPipes
a, ling. talk about his youth, early life, his son, his poems, his life in
From the podium he again made mention of Starling and general.
said the people of Kissimmee were lucky to have Ocalans After the lecture the night before many expressed the Compacts
: move in the community and have such high caliber people desire to hear Markham recite his poems. I discussed this
join the merchants group of our fair city. i with the poet and he agreed to stay over and give his poemson Cigarette Photo
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Sunday afternoon. The conference could not have this as Equipment
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\ the meeting. Travel Clocks Travel KitsHallmark
i After securing Dr. Graham's, pastor of the Presbyterian
I .ilvet Church, hearty support and church auditorium for Sunday Manicure Sets Cards
RID/NG/ afternoon-we hurriedly had hand bills printed of the talk-
: SERUIGEY "Markham in His Element." Mrs. Olson and I went up and
Y down Main Street putting these bills in the autos parked
li t along the street. The meeting was a success and the poet
was at his best with his poems. Once A Year Only While They Last
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The next morning which was Monday I was taking Mrs.
Olson and our daughter to Indianapolis to join friends on a
vacation trip, Mr. Markham decided to go along and catch a
train out of Indianapolis for New York. We left Lafayettejust $2.00 Tussy Body Lotion. ... .. .. .. ........ ............... 1.00
before dawn. I'll never forget that ride. Mr. Mark-
ham was making notes as we drove along. Mrs. Olson asked $1.00 Tussy Deodorant stick cream $-1.00 ARPEGE .
i him if he about the sunrise. "No he
i was writing a poem Cologne .............. 2.50
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Then he told us that most of his poems "just came to him.
; For example, he was commissioned by the U.S. Governmentto
4 write a poem about Lincoln for the dedication of the Summer! Shower

Lincoln Memorial Monument. For months he had struggledfor Bubble Bath Cologne Soap.................. .. .. 1.00 .98 VETO
but could not write The night before the dedi-
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}. ak poem word for word all the way through as he gave it the

next day at the dedication, "Lincoln." $5.0010. 06 Lotion ., ... .. ............................ 3.95
After arriving at the Union Depot in Indianapolis Mark- $1.00 WOODBURY

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fast) but I had another surprise coming. From his coat
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had prepared for him, and nonchalantly ate them with his

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Until a candidate u.uu. he can wheel Land deal in a friendly .* Lustre Creme Hair, Spray............................ .99 ,
manner without every one asking JVfrsStnething. Here is Farris DR. WEST

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I remember when Farris was running against such a By KEITH SHELLY
competitive field as ISrailey Odom and Leroy Collins. Ed
IJrins>on, Max Norris and I joined with 40 people in St. Cloudin We are earthbound . yet we reach beyond into the realm of New This Week
I attending one of his rallies the field was clear cut. the birds, to share with them the domain of the winged. This is the
!S! airman's world. This is where men look down upon the green fields and --- -
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Ed was chairman Collins group in Osceola County -
and I was committed to Brailey, who never made it but.twice blue lakes, the shall towns and great cities and imagine themselvesto
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be apart. Borne on wings of shiny steel, they soar and plunge, living
made colorful races for the governorship. Max in his in-
in a dream of fanstsy, a world of make believe. Care and tension go
imitable fashion was fiercely independent. their way and the pent up emotions of the oppressed give way to the
.' This left only 37 people who thought enough of Farristo headiness of the carefree wind. Dark night, once black as doom, becomes Goggles & Mask .49 to 2.00 Drink Coolers 2.99 to 9.98
attend his rally but Ed, Max and I agreed on one thingif a carpet of velvet in which to roll and run . but we are
Farris again became candidate we would be on his band- earthbound. Ear Plugs .23 II
wagon. Thus, we made our commitment and we carried them Every pilot can tell you that night does not fall. Night comes up Thermos
out. from the ground to enshroud the heavens with great circles of purple, Jugs pt. qt.gal.. 2 gal.
Again we say he is one of the state's outstanding starting in the valleys and dells spreading eerily upon the lower plain Swim Caps Special I .59
until it begins to creep up the tallest mountain side to reach the heightsof
and it is that he
obvious whatever
speakers on any subject
comes from his heart.You've the skies hejond. Floats .98 to 2.98 Chaise Lounge Pads 2.98
says
All pilots know the secret of the eagle and share with him the
have heart lots and lots and lots of heart.
gotta lofty vantage to impale, with piercing eyes, all manner of life below
. in a world that slips by, as a ripple in a brook, under strong The BitLawn
FLAGS SHOULD BE FLOWN AT HALF-MAST wings that stretch from here to there and open the door to that other POOl! Table With Umbrella 10.88
world above it all.
I Mrs. 1\!. R. Bovis called attention to the fact that very In carefree days gone, I have climbed the slope of fleecy clouds Biff- tough Chairs Lounges
few flags were flown Memorial Day and that the Post Office, banked and turned! in their valleys and over the precipice of their
Elks Club and the Court House were the only ones at half- limit . soared again; up the white wall of the next and the next Beach Balls 98
I until I was lost in a delightful giddyness that relieved me of the pres- Bit Pens 19c
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ent the truth to let me embrace the dream world that is
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PETITION FOR ADOPTION The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee Florida Thurs. May 31 1962 5
TO: JOHN B. COURSEY. Jr.Lowndes : ,

-LEGAL NOTICES- Valdest.County Georgia Around Kenansville County

notified that a Dependable and Economical for Homes Farms
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH Line of Ernest Street to the petition has been filed in the above
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR baJlt Line or said Section z>>; styled court by Jame W. Hinton By BETTIE BASS Agent :i
OSCEOLA COUNTY FUORIDA. Run thence North to the Point and l"rankie the adoptionof SUBURBAN PROPANE METERGAS CO.
lil CHANCERY NO. SI85MORTfJAGB tIA licguuuntMJlESS Kenneth Eugene Coursea
PORRCLOSrRB : Lots' l" thru & IncL and minOr. and you are required to Mr. Sam McClelland is still seriously tions via phone at Bass's Fish Jim

DOROTHY SMITH ;KENNEDY. as i uts lp) 12. 14, 16. 13. and 20 of serve a copy of your Answer or ill at Osceola Hopit. Camp, their new number is 892- Restaurants-Industry Anywhere Beyond the Gas Mains
lJioekIi'I Objections to show cause why said
Administratrix c.ta. of of Eureka Subdi
the Eatate of Margaret J. vision. ALSO petition should not be granted OH Mr. and Mrs. R. Dougl of 2674 .
Offers Gas Wholesale and Motor Fuel in this
Smith, deceased. Block: "A" of Roliff Heights the attorney for peltoler Alexander Branford, visited her parents ). Smith -anywhere area
D. Tenth
Plaintiff. Subdivision. Street P. Hall a9.$. St. and Mrs. A. J. Ayers and family MI
vs" Cloud Hwy. 17-92, Maitland Winter Park Phone 4-1715
JOHN COLEY. JR. et aL. Florida, and file the original a few days ago YOU-
office of Clerk of the
the Circuit
Defendants.KOTICR. OP SCTTTO Section tract 3. That of land there lying la a on contiguous thehistet'ly Court on or before the Ilk day of Met Mrs. Eva Watson and Mrs. And Your InsuranceBy Sys Reliable authorities have positive SERVICE appeals to the more

: JOHN COLBY, JR. and BAllBARA City Limit bounuary line June UU.HJR1I FAIL NOT or a decree Peg Royce an their children, proof that gas is the most thrifty. One of the surprising

I .. COLEY DUKE hi. and wife,DOROTHY and J.UVU'RENCB .. 01 County tile City fiortoa.of tusaimmee wnich la unincorporated. oceola- cnfeeso! will be entered against reet comers t ou community SAM LUPFER Several meetings and Instituteswill economical fuel for cooking, space- things about this service is its

DUKE his wife. and to any and lies'la'tAe same County you.WITNESS my hand and the seal whose husbands are employed with be held this month that will heating, refrigerating and water economy savng will, in a few

and all other partle claimingany *. said City and when annexed of said court in Ki8slmmee Florida, Cone Brothers Construction Co. on RULES IN HOME be of intereset to citrus growers heating. seasons, pay for the fin-
right. title and/or interest in would form a compact addition to this 3rd day of the here. SAFE
and to the following described incorporated territory of aid /GLENN RAY Turnpike project TRAGEDIESEach and others in this area SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS est appliances.
property to-wit: City: ana is owned by less than ten Clerk of the Circuit Mrs. SERVICE contributes its full
Court Also, recently met Faye year, hundreds of children Remember metered can be
29th and 30th at the 4-H gas
Lot 18$ of TINE GROVn PARK registered voters, wnlcn said CityintenUs (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) May
in Osceola. County. State of to ana ex witnin its territorial May 10. 17. 24. 31. UU Sutton and daughter after she die or are made severely ill because Club camp, Lake Pacid, the 9th share t human progress and welfare )- installed for you at once-there's
Florida. according to the official limits. had been here some they drink medicines, insecticides Metered gas enables any
plat of the hid Pin Grove IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND week Annual South Florida Citrus In- home to the modern no waiting! Stop in at Hwy 17-92,
Park as filed in the office of Section 4. That the legal description FOIl OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Harney McCleni- cleaning fluids or other potentially stitute -will be held. Some of the enjoy most

the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof ot said territorial land u *a NO. 63HUFlAL than of Myers, her sister poisonous carelessly left topics to covered are problemsin appliances available I anywhere. Maitland, let SUBURBAN PRO-
follows Ft vsit
Osceola County. Florida. on : SAVINGS b
BA'K within their reach. There's beautiful equipment, made PANE METER GAS CO. make
the 31st day of March A. D. Eva Thoma Friday old groves, machinery demonstrations -
1926 and recorded among the Lots One (1). Two ((2). and Plaintiff, through Sunday.Mrs. These tragedies frequently can cold protection and flat- by the world's leaders in appliance your home, office or place of busi-
public records of the said Osce 'iuree <3>. in lilock "C" ot MJdlieixnta v. ,
manufacturing available
ola County. Florida In Plat / Subdivision" according W. RILEY NEWMAN, .t ux. Mayme Harvey learned of be avoide the Insurance Informa woods planting. Programs have on ness modern. Gas is dependable,

Book 1. on page 24$. Pine Grove to me Otflcial plat thereof on Defendants. the death of a brother, Denver says, if the following mailed to growers in this terms, of course! safe, economical, fast! Call MI 4-
Park Is a subdivision of the following tile in the office of the Cleric NOTICE OF nIT: miles observed in the ben SUBURBAN PROPANE GAS 1715 for further information
THE STATE OF Fritchey in Arkansas on Satur- safety are that in-
described lands: From or the Circuit Court of Osceola t'LHI1.\ ara. Others might b
the NW corner of the NE i of County. iflorida. day. He was also an uncle of this home. terested can get copies of program -
Section 2. T 2. H. H 31 E. and ALSO, : Beginning at the North- To: W. RIley Newman. 11 Sylvania
run thence E 1408 feet, thencerun east corner of the \\ t"5t naif Street Winchester, KentuckyJean reporter and had lived here brief Medicines, cleaning solvent at the County AgriculturalAgent's Al HUPPEL INC. Wholesale Only H
S 1587 feet thence run W ON ',2J of the Southwest quar- Newman 11 Sylvania ly many years ago. and insecticides should be stored Office.
to the E shore of Lake Lizzie, terobV%) of the Southwest Street, Winchester KentuckyYou where children cannot get them.
thence run In a NU'ly direction quarter uSW'i) of Section 23.iownship Claud Bass was a patient at Os- t The program for the First An- 30,000 Automotive Parts Dupont Duco PaintsIn H
along; the shore of the said ZS aouth, flange 2East ::1 are hereby notified that a ceola Hospital a couple days last Medicines should inven nual Turf-Grass Show to be held
suit has been filed against in I
Lake Lizzie to the E bank of OsceoU COUntY. !-10rjdJt.. you week. several times a year and old addition this 30,000
entitled Suppliers.
the above and that tried
cuse. the Deauville Hotel Miami t part
Lake Lizzie Canal thence run and run tnence North al:1.: at ,
? N along the E bank of said \\ est along burly.acre line adistance answer you are with required the Clerk of file this your Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hancock of prescriptions of no further use Beach, and the Plantation Field for their dealer's benefit, in auto Member of the National Auto-

canal to the N line of said Section ot 150 leet. run thence and to serve a copy thereof Curt River View were here Saturday should be thrown out When discarding of the Florida mobile electric, carbuartion and motive Electrical Association, a
2. thence run E to the pointof South .23.32 feet t t*'e point Laboratory
( the plaintiff or plaintiff s attorneys, Monday for few days of medicines, sure you Exprment fuel equipment they also handle made of
a manufacturers
beginning, and this land 01 beginning or ttt ..ds nere- whose name and address is Jennings. through Station System, group up
containing 60 acres more or. in deacribvu said point being Watts Clarke and Hamilton fishing. do it in such a way that children 28 29 For Luder- the parts for 18 different manufacturers and distributors of ignition and
dale May
less. The above lands are SItuated toe ortneast corner of Lot 1 814 Uarne-tt National Bank Build do not have the opportunity of recovering on of lawn
This of and fuel
area got a taste mowers handling equipment AL HUP
in fractional Section 2, T of Block '' ol Medd Helgnts.as ing. Jacksonville 2. Florida, not stormy been completed.The ,
26 H, R 31 E. nown by Plat Hook 1. page later than June IS. Ui:. If you fail weather on Monday afternoon be- them. law mower engines. Smal gas PEL, INC. is a leader in this area.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 3u3. lOiblic Records of Osceoia to do so a decree pro confesso will tween four and five o'clock, with Never store potentially Trade Show will feature exhibits engines and parts. Engines I The owners and backed
managers -
the Plaintiff. DOROTHY :
that County be entered against for the insecticides
Ylorlda you relief of equipment, chemicals I
SMITH KENNEDY, an Administra Hun t1ene 110.0 feet. run demanded in the complaint darkened skies, lightning, wind, poisonous substances in food and for farm, home and industry by a corps of able assistants.have .
trix c.t.a.. of the Estate of Margaret thence North 15.0 tact and run This suit is to foreclose a mortgge. rain and haiL beverage containers. This can con- nematicides and fertilizers and the equally famous Lauson done much to keep the wheelsof
J. Smith. deceased has Instituted tnence South li.O leet to the The real property proc for turf-grass
null against you in the Circuit Court point of beginning.All 18; dt'c agtulat One day recently Mr. and Mrs. fuse a child who may associate thecontainer necessary field Power Products Engines a real industry turning. They've spared -
of the Ninth Judicial in and of In and Lot "C- Block 385. LAKESHORE with food. management, a demonstration
Circuit sid lands lying A. C. Bass and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy benefit to dealers! no expense or in their desire -
for Osreola County. Florida, the nature being a part of the \\tal half PARK according to the When medicine is given to a trip and barbecue, a reception, a Distributors efor
of the suit Is to foreclose the ( VV b' of the Southwest quarterS plat there as recorded In Plat Bass were visited by a group of for air conditioners to have.on adequate sup-
t mortgage encumbering the above ( \> 4) of the Soutnwest quarter Book page 366. Public Recordsof friends for a day's outing which child, do not refer to it as candy.This breakfast and educational meet- for all type cars. Distributors fora ply for their retail dealers sales
V described property, said property tdWVi) or the \\eat naif Osce"ia County, .Iorlda raids the ings.
being situated and located In Osce Ot'fej of the South half Sfe> WITNESS my hand seal included a barbecue, some swimming may encourage on complete line of DuPot Duco- and repair needs. At 447 W. Central -

ola Count Florida. You and each of Government Lot Two (>i uf of said Court at Kissimmee t lorida, and some boating. Those medicine cabinet. Demonstrations of equipmentwill Dulux-Lucite paints repair Ave., Orlando. Phone- GA
of you are hereby required to file bVclion 23 Township 2i SouthMliange thin Sth day of May uu. child does swallow Field'
included and If a a be at the Plantation touch-up DuPont materials 3-2545.
your Answer with the Clerk of the 2 East. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) present : Robr Imo
Circuit Court. In and for Osceola : GLENN RAY. gene Smith, Jimy Judy potentially poisonous substance, Laboratory. The plot work at the
County Florida and serve a copy Section 5. That it is the intention Clerk of the Circuit Court physician immediately. Do Laboratory presents some of the
thereof upon Daniel M. Hunter of of tne City Commission of the City By /Marjorie R. Ha)e Campbell Station; Francis and cal 0 America is Awakening to Comfort and Economy!
wait for of turf-grass
the firm of Wlnderweedle. Halnefl, Of .Niaglmmee. JlurlJa. to annex Deputy Clerk Maurice King and Brenda; Mrs. symptoms to appear. problems growing
Hunter & Ward 224 Park Avenue. I both 01 the tractsof May 10. 17, 2.. 31. 1962 Keey an antidote chart post- under sub-tropical conditions and
W
J. Ruckie
and
South. Winter Park. Florida. Attorneys land to the. Bald City at the expiration Tyson ; StanleyLe MOBILE HOME SALES
IN THE COUNTY cOURTOSCEULA ed on the inside of the medicine will of strong interest to those PEERS
.JUDGE and Julia Smith and Don b
for Plaintiff in the above action : of thirty Qa-I from tne Roy
on or before the 23rd day of uate iierevf. I IN KB:' ESTATE CoU OF and AnUs and Ralph Smith, cabinet door. engaged in this industry in Flor- Trotwo- Skyline Mobile Homes
June 19(2. else a Decree Pro Con- na all matches out of the ida the Caribbean and Cen-
I ICommuaton WILLIAM! T. COOK, akaW. Keep area,
fviiso will be entered against Section 6. That the said City of St. Cloud and Mr. and Mrs.
you. ;
T. COOK: Deceased.OTICK al They Welcome Trade-ins Bank Terms to 6 Years
They
reach of children. tral and South America. -
that
IT IS ORDERED this be pub- further intends to > : OK I.VTK.VHOX TO MAKEAIM'UCATIOX Earl Albertson of Orlando.
lished in the Kissimmee Gazette a cuange its territorial limit uy said
newspaper published in Osceola annexation to include botn oC the DisClI.i FUR hUE J'J'L Mrs. Hazel Halse of West Palm Most citrus growers are busy Service What They Sell Accessories, Cabanas, Awnings

County Florida once each week for said tracts of land. T ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: formerly of Kenansville, irrigating now, or praying for rain ,
four consecutive ,,'eekLWITNESS Bach During dry weather like we are 2500 S. Orange Blossom Trl. Orlando
the Phone G:A 2-8119 t
the hand of the Clerk Section 7. That all Ordinances and Notice is hereby given that I have group. Kissimmee .
of the Circuit Court. Osceola County parts of Ordinances herewith band *-. tie my final returns as executrix Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nichols, manager having, many insects can cause
Florida, this the 18th day of the same are her.uy repealed. estate of William T.. Cook I much more severe damage than There is a change in the living tound you.
the Palms
May, 1962.CIRCUIT. also known as W. 1. Cook deceased of Whispering LivestockMarket habits of a great and happy The hardship and
( COURT SR'L) Section 8. This Ordinance shall ; that 1 have filed petition : Motel at Miami Beach, spent two they would in a normal year. With group unpleasantness
IS/ GLENN RAY take ellen Immediately upon itspassage for distribution and for final discharge this in mind, keep a close lookout of Americans. They have awakened of house hunting is gone for-
Clerk or the Circuit Court and-adoption. and that on toe ,11th day days here, stn at Haf Hop ReportBy to the convenience, ever. These complete homes
and be economy
everything -
for insect preparedto ;
Wlnderweedle. Haines of June 1962 1 will apply to the Ranch when they were not fishing pests
Hunter & Ward Commissioner Reynolds moved O. I'. Johnson Count) KEN CALUWELL control them. and luxury that mobile-homes included in one easy
224 Parkvenue., South' the pain-age and adoption of the JUdge of Osceol Count). }Florida at the lake. make possible. price, on easy terms.
Winter Park. Florida aUUVe ana foregoing Ordinance. !ame and for final I Also here on a fishing trip for Home owners are advised to More families
May 24. 31. June 7. 14. 196: Motion was ..COJf by Commissioner discharge as executrix of the estateof I three four Mr. Bill look for all kinds of onornamentals are delighted to The big 20 ft. widcs now in all
Boyle, upon rol call on William T. Cook. also .nown aaW. or days were At the Kissimmee Livestock insect move into brand new homes, with

NINTH IN THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF the .10tOn the vote was a follows: Dated. T. Cook this de..Me.) May 19U2. Bornman and a friend from Day- Market Wednesday, 461 cattle and and lawns this new major appliances, furniture makes-roomy and comfortable.

.'I. HUn..0 FOR OSCEOL'ACOUNTY. ATEvS: Thacker. Autrey, Bo vis.Reynolds. Mabel Cook Phlpi's tona.Mr. calves were sold compared to 437a of year. Numerous sprays are carpeting and drapes throughout.Look Stop paying house rent Learn
Uugera. As Executrix \"llal and Mrs. Tommy Renison week available but be sure to use one '
ago.Compared The luxury convenienceand how'easily
T. Cook, a/k/a W. you may own your own
CHANCERY NO. 6241OTICK
is
Cook that will the insect that
\ OK SUiT NAYS: None. lcealed spent Sunday on the coat to last Wednesday ki unrivaled comfort of these and beautiful home. Call
EMERY )<;. NfOWERS Ellis F. Mr Howard ( ) Slaughter Steers and Heifers too causing trouble. Everyone modern home miracles will insulate.
Plaintiff Said Motion ha'lnl been duly KisHimmee. FloridaAttorney of Fla. the weekend Bulls should always follow labels on the as- .
Qunicy
Cows Strong
VII. carried, for Executrix :pt few for ,
test
DOROTHY COCKREY STOWERS sioner tlt.'ft.'upntaorcmmas- May 10. 17. !I. 31. 1962 with his and family, and Steady. Stocker container that sprays come in. Bul-

S C DefendantS C S C S C C dinance this duly:panned and adopted IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .. the Bill Stinsons. Steers and Heifers about Steady, letins on many of the plants around DICKSON & IVES, INC.
of lIb
: DOROTHY COCKnEY STOW- ATTEST on 1 day .lay. : NINTH JL'DICIAL CIRCUIT Of Telephone numbers tht a Cows Steady to weak'on few available the home are available at this of-

HOg ERS Francis Street MayorCommissionerCharles 5/ Albert Rogers F1AMUDA. IN IN CHANCEUl'AND Foil O:0.CEOLL'lX'l'Y. U1O. being changed this on the and Calves unevenly Steady. fice.Lack One of the Largest Home Owned and Operated

Chattanooga Tennessee Jackson St. Cloud exchange include those Slaughter Cattle made up 55 per- of moisture is one of thecattleman's

YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED l1"rK to Commission FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS OF ANDSSOCIATION at Kenansville. For the convenienceof cent of the sale and calves 60 per- biggest problems right Stores in this great area.
I that a Complaint has been filed May I?. 24. ;;l. June 7. 1962 L.A .
Raralrll.t you by EMERY .;. STOW- :1'. .i'Ll'ElSuCItt.. those who make boat reserva- cent Bidding was very uneven now. While the drought is on is a 2

KKS: in the Circuit Court of the CALL FOR I1IDM vs. Plaintiff, Especially on Calves. good time to control many weedson South Orange Ave., Orlando
Ninth Circuit. In _
Judicial S
an <>ncola County! Florida, for th 'Notice to Contractors: CHARLES L DIL and FRANCES County of Osceola. State Cutter and Utility slaughter fence rows, ditches and other .
J.urpou of obtaining an absolutedivorce. L lJL wie. lorida. 0 heifers $16.020.0.Utity trouble spots around the ranch. Phone GArden 53411was
An abbreviated style of said Separate sealed be Dtendantl.On'B
received -
bidsIl Cutter Sm t and bull
% OF cows grass grass can
.
case Is STOWERS. SToWI t: in at the tie Superintendent SLT Unless such certificate or certificates b
Chancery No. 560%. of Puuiic Instruction.Tnack TO: .hal be redeemed R'rordint 17.50, Canner 12.00-15.00. effectively controlled with This great store features fine I wel chosen to meet the needsof

You are hf'rebrequired to servea "r and Ernest Sts.. KUsimmee. S/SGT. CHARLES.. L. DILL and to property dt'rlbed bulls 16.00-18.00 one killer. the County Agent's quality merchandise at remarkably people in this trade
KANCKH his wifeAF14440722. Uti- Contc I
copy of your answer or other j-lornJa. UI to lvvO clock 11.. such certificate or certificates will Cuter low ae.
pleading to the Complaint on the .A.M.. Tuesday. June 5, U6%. for : : C.UU be sold to the highest bidder at ity Office more information on'' prices. It is shopping head- DICKSON &IVES, INC., has
plaintiff's attorney Alexander I>. muur and ntAierials necessary)' for ,Box 5a32Iil the Court House I>oor on the frt Few Choice calves this subject. quarters for many of this paper's 'long been as a centerin
Hall Jr.. ll'il: Tenth Street. P. O. installation of snower and ) 2S2 Monday in the month of July 1 29.0-0.0 readers. It has welldeservedreputation recognize
Itox 6>S, St. Cloud. Florida and to toilet stalls In mea' Addition to New York :N. T. which is the 2nd day of July. 1962. Good 2..00-2.0 Stndard 21.50 It is going to rain some day. J won a this setion, quality goo sis

file the original answer or pleadingin bt. Cloud: High Scnool and Shower Choice as <. store that makes the Each department i is
the office of the Clerk of said Addition to Kissimmt-e High You are hereby) notified that the Dated this list day of May 1962.CIRCUIT 25.0 every effort to assure their customers under usual
:(1001 Good 27.00 of
Court at Klyflmmer. }Florida on or at winch time and place above captioned acton has been instituted ( COURT SEAL) 31.00-32.75, supervision an expert
tldll
before the 23th day of June US:. will Lie puoiuly opened al readaioud. against ) the Circuit 11"LE X RAY 31.00. Some 15,000 acres of'wheat complete satisfaction. and the results are promptness in

It runfenro you fall will to be do so entered, a decree againstyou pro 11.e at. itiudera the County xpecuications Office. are on Court of of Jl.rlda the Ninth in and Judicial for Osceola Circuit Osceola(' County, FIonidMay Court,\ Common 500-700 lb. feeder- were grown in Florida in 1960 DICKSON & IVES, INC has service and an intelligent knowledge -

for the relief demanded in the Board of t'uuiic Instruction of County or.cloat a mortgage upon 31. June 7. 11. 21. 1'2UTU'J stocker steers 17.00-20.50. Commonand 5,000 acres were harvested for won confidence in the of of the wants of the custo

ComplaintWITNEtS! Ueceoia rlorida the following described real Medium Heifers grain. its thousands of customers, by fair mer. The management is
my hand and neal of byV.. li. Count.. Secretary property: % OK .ri.lC.\TIO.> 17.0-19.75. business methods and a pro-
this Court at Kisimmee. Osceola May )' 24. May 31. 1962 01 TAX IHII -- courteous gressive business man who has
County Florida this 16th day of I.la l.f S. KISSIMMEE UIGnL\ NOTICE HEREMY RIVENTIiIT TURNER & GEE INCIn employees. This store os literally had years of experience and is able
May. 1JS2.SGLENN. JOlHTHVHITJO as per plat Helen S. Pease the holder
stacked
RAY IN COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. in Plat look of the following certificates ha\'l with thousands of dollars to give our people the benefit of

GLENN RAY oSCtX V COL ATI. KLuitlUA 1. lageOU.. Public nt.'cvrdl. of fled sal certificates for a tax deed All the World, No Finer Meats Than worth of good merchandise that this knowledge.
Clerk of the Circuit Court ES'lAlE OP ULENN Oscela } tt .. i) thereon. The certificate
(Circuit Court Seal) C""tu 1 'HO.'M numJ>.er. and years of issuance the Black____n _Hawk__ Hams & Bacon I Rath Meat Products
May :.. 31. June 7. it. 196 >oiiri-: TO ('REDITons You are required to file your description of the property and the N
'0.4 PERSllAS HAVING answer the to Clerk plaintiff of the complaintwith aforesaid names in which i was assessed are Proudly offer these nationally Quality products, plus a truly YOU Never Outgrow Your Need For Milk!
MITIO: TO HKIIITOUS CL.tIM.f Oil ," Ati.U.'dftttU as :
!. tke Court .f Ike ConntT Judge. l.JL: 1; Court. and It.'r'e a copy thereof up- folo"'s famous meats t their great host metropolitan distribution service,
Oweola ('*iUy. Klorlda kuu and each of you are hereby on Jlaintlt1 attorney Certificate No. 106 of satisfied customers. To those make Turner & Gee, Inc.. deserve Adequate intake of milk does :I ment and select each item in their
IN RE THE ESTATE OF notified and to any .. = FINE wonderful things for you-makes I
FRANCIS J. KANE claims and requlrt: whl'h fie vr 14th Floor lade Federal Building Year of Issuance May 30. 19fi better hotels and cafes whose discriminating our sincere praise. This firm'shonest sleep better food purchases thoughtfuly.More .
Deceased.To either Of 'OUt may nave uKlnstaid ) Floridanot Description of Property: Lots 9 & appreciate the and successful conduct of you eases nervous and of these
all Creditors.' Legatees Distributees rstMte in.the oli Ice of later than June 16th. 1962. or 10. mock 234. St. Cloud patrons affairs it tensions, ends calcium starvation, more women
and all Persons having Johnson County judge of Ustvola a Decree I'r Confelsoil be very best-to those fine gerstores its business keeps builds strength in tissue and bone are learning that there is a vast
Claims or Demands again said Estate County, at hm oftice in the CourtHouse entered against Name in which assessed: I.. 1 and markets where among the leaders in its field. ,
: in Klssimmee. Horuia. with- Iate May 14. 196%. Walker Agt. merchandise is always qualty. Busy as the management is, it not fat. You'll look better, feel difference in milk and dairy pro-
You and each of you are hereby In six calendar months mom the ( c.'UHT4) better when diet includes ducts milk is NOT
notified and required to present any time of tue nri.t publication of this Clerk of the circuit Court All of paid property beiri In the Much of TURNER & GEE, INC. still has time for the kindness your -one just as
: notice bach, claim or demand GLENN RAY Qf enough milk. good as another! More
claim* which you, or either of you. mUtt County of Oaccola, State the women are
be in writing and contain the success must be credited to the little extra touches of service
Hy /Ellanore Jowers
may have nyatnst the estate of 01 and oil address 1la't 0 Florida "'OREIST DAIRIES, INC. at depending upon, are asking for _
relldem'e post ice Deputy Clerk fact reliable
of FRANCIS Osceola J.County KANE,Florida deceased to late the of the claimant and must be swornto MARTIN tINE Unless such certificate or certificates that practically market every hotel and and courtesy, that go so far t 430 Orange Blsm. Trai, in Orlando FOREMOST PRODUCTS.
meat
bth" claimant, his agent orattorney Attorney for Plaintiff be redeemed accordingto grocer, make business better! 611 Phone GA is distributor FOREMOST
County Judge of said County at his: Ihal a good 2-127, DAIRIES, INC.,
ofnc'e'ln the Court House at Kissimniee. or the lame Inal be void. 14th Floor Dade Federal Building property d..lcrihe in cafe owner has found these meats I
Arline of the finest milk, ice makes effort to stock their
Florida. within six calendar Miami 32. Florida such certificate or most in demand by their customer I W. Robinson Avenue, Orlando Ph. every
months from the date of the first ) As EXf'utnx of& \said\ eils estate May 17. %1. 31. June 7. unIX be Mold to the highest bidder at the GA for service! cream and other dairy products I dealer with foods in perfec con-
publication of this Notice. Each I.tulrt.oohls Court house Door on the first Monday 2-4-7 available
dition.
claim or demand must be In writingand = Atornt"'a Street : CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE. in th- month of July. 196!. aQywhre They keep i Each product guarded

must state the place (If residence urlando."al Florida NINTH ..JCHGI\'I n CUI TO" which is the 2nd day of July. 1962. Cook's Pressure Treated Celcure Lumber! your grocer, drug store, resturant along every step from the farm to _

sworn of to the by the claimant claimant.and his must agent be .May 10. 17. :t. St. 19(2 11.OHIH.\, IN. CHANCERY.OriCEOLA DIVORCE. Dated this 31st day of May 1962. any dealer well supplied with your table, protected by every

or attorney, or the same will be- RICHARD V. ROSK Ilaln- (CIRCUIT COURT"SEAL) by E. D. COOK LUMBER CO., CY 31811at crefuly packaged stock of the safeguard known to science, nothing -
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come void according to law. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE tiff vs. H.\HHUT M. /GLENN i RAY most perfect foods. I is left to chance. Be sure of
this the 21st day of May 196*. NlNTn JUUICJ.CU Jess Wilder Thacker, AND FOR CUU'J'l Or 0C10L\ OF "'WRlTO: HARRI Osceola County. Lockhart, Florida Wholesale Only Intelligent women everywhere getting the finest, ask for FOREMOST _
Admx. c.t.a. of the Estate of 1.'n.r' .lOlUl.\ I ETT )[. lont\le' Place.Pittsburgh. May 31. June 7. Ii. 21. 1962 are quick to appreciate good DAIRIES PRODUCTS

Francis AND J. Kane THACKKH deceased.THACKEU in Chancery.U.UM" .1tl"Tl SNYDEI i hEREBY. Pennsylvania GIVKN that: Plaintiff NOTICEIS IN THK: COUNTY JUDGE'S; lOCI T. Here is an outstanding contribution ED LUMBER is always treate values. They trust their ow judgTheyll name! L

lox 527. Kissimmee. Florida rlalntiff.vs. !' has instituted suit for divorce against on'OI4.IJl'XTY.. nnlUl\ to the welfare of Florida,I to maximum U. S. ,
for Admx. )ou in the above styled IN RE: ESTATE; OF
Attorneys eta allowable minimum.
May 21. 31 June T. 14. 1962OHIIIXAACK UUVAL. GLEN SNYDER.Defendant. 'ourt. and.u are hereby sum. N. RAY ,'.\HHI141. Dei-eased. where it is a "must" t use rot er to just the Before Building That Store or Market See
moned, ordered and required to file >OT" >TK>TIO\ and termite resisting lumber Thus, users are assure of top .
AO. :s: MITICK OK SI'IT : )our written answer or defenses to TO MAKi: AVPI.IC TIO\ is to meet
AN ORDINANCE DECLARING: INTENTION The State. ot Florida to Orval I thC: Complaint filed in the above .'Ol KlVtl DIM HllHit wherever constant replacement quality every F. W. VALEN CO.
: 1'X E X TWO Glen Snyder.kuu styled cause In the offke of the TO ,\ WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: undesirable. Properly I pressure- requirment
SEPARATE TRACTS OF LAND TO are hereby)' notified that a Clerk of the Circuit ( for the insurance lumber dealer in
is
suit in equity ton divorce has HEREF'Y GIVKN treated lumber your every Supply all EngineeringService I I and Refrigeration. Because of the
THE CITY OF KISSIMMKK.: .'t.OItJI tMl1 Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in NOTICE IS
IA. AND TO CHANGE THE TERRITORIAL : brought aKuikt* you by FRANCES and for Osceola County, at his office That John t:. Carroll baa filed his against rt, fungi, termites. Floridastocks COOK'S PRESS Furnishing . you with 'I
HL i > "l uri. In the imun { in Kissimmee. final of Always )- large volume of their new business
LIMITS OF SAID CITY t of in the Courthouse report Executor the Ranchers, Growers, Stockmen, URE TREATED LUMBER.
TO INCLUDE SAID TRACTS.RE L"Ur the .Ninth .Judicial Circuit Florida on or before the 2th Estate of N. Ray Carroll. drc'ealt: a complete plan and layout of your in Store fixtures and
have ask for it by equipment
of JrloridH.tor county Oct.'ol.:lMlt day of June, A.D. iSaR. and to serve that he has filed Petition home and industrial users name. Lading new store, at no extra cost to you. ,

IT ORDAINED RY TIn CITYCOMMISSION ordered and ,OU and arc required nertuluuat'u. to\ a copy thereof op Plaintiffs attorney Discharge, and that h<- will applyto been quick t realize that this lumber dealers Including refrigeration data in de they get a lot of fine "traded-in"
OF THE CITY OFK1SS1MMKE whose name and address are the Honorable O. P. John"
Tile of this clean
CITY FLORIDA: yourwritten to the an&wrr or defenses Il't out below. Should you fail to County Judge of Ostt"ola County, clean, odor-free, non-sticky, pant an ample supply merchandise. Much I of this is good

a Complaint iit a lx>fled vntitlvd h.rf'l do so. Decree Pro Con Tessawill be Florida on the 2nd day of July. able lumber is ideal for food odorless, paintable lumber, PRESSURE tail.They the food dealers with equipment. and of course they'veprced
Section 1. That this l is a contiguous ..IUlu.lUI .. \ eutered against you. Witness lay 136:. for approval of same and for of TREATED to insure that serve
the the Cleri\ sills
tract of land lying on the C.aU8t.tne Circuit I Court offa'l in ot and for Osceola.1 hAnd as Clerk of said Court and theIeal final discharge aa Executor of the toughs, floors, pens, any fnst Meat Cases Coolers it low; it has t move out!

West City Limits boundary line of Count). at m. ouice ui n of said Court at Kissimmee. OsceoU estate of N. Ray Carroll dCrraa and thousands of I all foo value has been eliminated, Electric Bill Vaden, Jr., or any
the City of Kissimmee.; Osceola 1lurlO' Florida.. County. J'lord this 17th day This nth day of May. IU% uses to which lumber may be putCOOK'S it rot, fungi and termite Grer Refrgeratr I Contct
luur of the friendly folks at W.
Florida of 1962. ChoppersSlicers -
County. which Is unincorporated Odor the 4tn day of June. May. /sl JOHN &l.\mOLL J'
and lies in the same Countyas A. IX sbZ. and to'serve a copy uf .CT.CT.SEALS ) John E. CarlL the PRESSURE TREAT- resistant! Scales Blocks and VADEN CO. 906 Formosa Ave.,
said City and when annexed such answer or defenses upon the / / GLENN RAY Estate of Ray Carrol. deceased
would form a compact addition to firm ot UriBMjn and MctVhirter.Attorneys I Clerk Circuit Court Murray \V. Cash In on Iron, Scrap Metals, Junk at other equipment and tools. Phone Midway 4-1722. Before you
the incorporated territory of said tor I'lalntf henI.whose Osceola County,' Florida Attorney for Executor They are dealers for Tyler Welded remodel or build that store or
City and I U owned by less than ten .address |Is I Hy S/ELLANORE 0 JOWERS Kox492
rt'lrilltf'red'otf'rs., which said City ;345. Kls l .iutni Florida,offc ue- Deputy Clerk Klslmmf't', Florida ORLANDO IRON & METAL WORKSA Steel Commercial Refrigerators market see this fine equipment!

intends to annex within its territorial tore said date as required by law. Murray W. (-erltrf'et Jr. 11&1 31. June 1. II- 21. US:
limits. If you fail to do BO. a Decree J'r. Attorney I'Wntt
\cnu tIl be entered against 1.0 B 42 IN THE CURT OF THE COUNTY Splendid Market for All Sap i I I to deal with this dependable firm. Unmatched Craftsmen in Plain or Ornamental

Section 2. That the legal description -01 rele demanded. 111 tue KI1C"lmmt'e Florida Jl'DE ,\ COUNTY. FLOR Metals from this entire area. Gt;:I It is a duty not t let metals
of said territorial land is as VvniphiiuiL ) June 7 follows: IN RE: THE E.ST.TE'F I every cent your metal is I waste away. Some are very scarce. Plastering, Stucco Work, Creative Textures

WITNESS my hane as Clerk of sail >OTICK OFKOK _tl'1'i.l.iTio LUCRKTIA PHILLEYIN Their of operation in this This firm the market knowledge -
Beginning at the N.K. Corner of Circuit Court V>fIa Cvuuty.: TAX I1KK11 PROUATETO I years h
Section 2 t. T 25 S. R 29 H. Osce Florida and the ot said NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ALL WIIOl IT MAY CONCERN: one spot proves their dependability -I t tur your waste scrap into STUART PLASTERING CO.

ola County Florida; run North t."lr at hAlmmee ObceoU oui.- THAT Henry C. Yates the holder IERtHt GIVEN Their fine reputation stands real money for you. Youll appreciate -
30.0 ft.Run t"ell'eeat.. along 1lorld.01 c. of May.a. of the following certificate have THAT I have repr the cash besides leader in its field! doing lems with them with
is
the North Line of Patrick 1 nu.a filed said certificates for a tax as Executrix of the Estate I behind their every transaction.You're I per a you. Cal
Street." 1350.0 ft.. to the West aGLE. RAY deed to be issued t erf'On Tit lUI.l'llLLET deceased: that likely not an and I forming a real service for the free much of the finer plastering in confidence. gladly give
Line of .\ntbon.n e Run c.'nult Court certificate numbers and fur discharge expr
; years fn the Kissiminee-Saint Cloud area free estimates, and valuable suggestions -
thence South along the West tel Florida l.u.nee. the description of the and that I will the you may depend on advce.I word
Line of Anthony Avenue. 695.6 Knnson( c..UlH' E\L property and the n.mt IB which Honorable O. I'. Johnson. County Youll agreeably surprised ORLANDO IRON & METAL Such as: the work in the bank at from the depths of their

fU more or legs to the X.":. 1c'hltvrt' It was assessed are & ",'.: Judge Of Ofcceolm Count .'ordA the b metals bring.So Saint Cloud in the city hall and long
\ junk '
Comer. of Lot 1 of Rollffs Addition \ for lJIDtlU on the 30th day of June :! prices your I WORKS is interested in your wel- exprenc.
; Run thence West, along lll.unee. Certificate So 1 approval .f fame and for final discharge next tim you have anything 'I jail-Animal Land at Kissimmee S. Orange Ave.
the North line of said Lot 1. Jay 10 17. %1. :J. 19(1 I a* Executrix of the Estate te their line want fare, too. They offer a splendid in another area job. Mr. Stuart in Orlando. Or call GArden 3-7888

Bald 630.0 Lot ft. to 1;.the Run:N.W.thence Corner S uth.to of. MN1H IN THEVlIlCUIT COUKT OF THE Yea of Issuance May 30. 19(0 of Tis IXCRL'LI'HILT.Et. A.D.deceased 162. sell, put it in your you car or truck t market for any sort of Scrap takes pride in his work, his skid for additional information.
JUDICIAL: CiKCHT:
the &"'. corner>> of said Lot flUKlD.IN AND FOIl USCEOUXcoL'sir. Description of Property: Lots :5. <,) MaudeAlyce Hun and take it to ORLANDO IRON & junk Cash of Course! craftsmen Jcnow exactly Contact this leader in the field;
1; Run thence East to the S.E. CMA.NCKRr AO. 6 I, Block :.1 :.rO.t Executrix of the Estate ofIXCIIHTIA met o be carried I there be real for
corner of said Lot 1: Run thence IN KE: ADOt-llON'of n.L ..Se._ PHILLEY, det'a.cd METAL WORKS. Tey11 giveyou W. Robinson Ave.. Orlando. each job shoul through I can no reason _
iA>utb. along the West Line of KENNETH" ECUE.NE COURSET.a Name In which' a cue J. )L' Thacker and ThaekerKissimmee. exactly what it andthen I Phone GA 5-5596 for further in- The management want you to be satisfied with anything
_
Anthong Avenue.. to the South minor Foter. *s Fla. youll understand why it pa'sl formation. to talk over your plastering prob-'I I less than the best!
Run ,
Line of r7rne, t Street; 1 AOTICK UV-1'IULICAT10.\ ATORX&Y FOR gXI".RIX
thence -ast, along the South All"of l.s property being in "th.e. ) 31. June *










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G The Kissir.1mee Gazette Kissimmee Florida, Thurs., May 31, 1902I :!I ,. I Robert E. HowellIn Real EstafeTransactions
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tf PennyAntesBy Listed
ManeuverArmy
Real estate transactions recordedin
FFA Chapter Holds Specialist Five Robert E. Osceola County recently included -

I Howell 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pinney : the sale of about 7,431 acres,
4r Doris M. Sulliman, Route 2, Kis- I of land about 12 miles north of

simmee, is participating in Exer- The Lord's Prayer has 56 words. Lincoln's Gettysburg Kenansville on the east side of

Annual BanquetDr. sice Mesa Drive, a joint Army-Air Address 266. The Ten Commandments have 297. The Dec Hwy. 441.AC'C'ording.
Force training maneuver at the to records filed in .
tIlLT laration of Independence has 300. But a recent government
4id' Yakima (Wash.) Firing Center, the office of Glenn Ray, Osceola
order setting the price of cabbage has 26,911 words.
A. E. Whaley and Roger I in the county. May 7-21. County Clerk, Calvin Houghlandand
Haddock were honored Thursday Haddock won the 1962 DeKalb Over 26,000 Army troops and Suppose bureaucracy such as we have had begun much wife, sold the land to Trumball
night at an Osceola High School Agricultural i Accomplishmentaward airmen are engaged Mesa Drive, earlier. If they had had it the order setting up the price of Asphalt Co. of Delaware, Summit,

Future Farmers of America ban- and the Florida Bankers 4, the largest joint field training ex- apples in the Garden of Eden would have been a lulu or a vol- III for 1004500. There was no
quet.Miss Assn. Star Chapter Farmer certifi- ercise held in the Pacific Northwest mortgage recorded along with the

Patsy Thacker, chapter cate.The The exercise is designed as a umn.But also we wouldn't be able to finish bed time prayer deed.
sweetheart, was also recognized.Dr. awards are given to the defensive combat maneuver in before sunup. We would now only have about three Com- Other transactions recorded included -
Whaley was made an hon- outstanding agricutural senior.i I which a realistic enemy "Aggres mandments. The Declaration of Independence wouldn't be the following:
orary chapter\ farmer for the work The presention was made by Uly i sor" force engages "friendly" forces half declared. And Abe Lincoln would have still been sound- Donald R. Whitaker and wife
he has done with the members of Chapman, vice president of First in simulated attacks utilizing all to George E. Beauchamp and wife,
the FFA chapter. He has been National Bank of Kissimmee, who caster, Mass. His wife, Irene lives ing off when J. Wilkes Booth put a slug in his head. Kissimmee, $6,200.
most active in helping the FFA said "to receive these awards, he types of weapons employed in Such brevity as the'volume on the cost of cabbage is not Dode Jacob and :Marie Willis to
members in their projects as he excelled in scholarship, leadership, modern warfare. exactly new. It began with the New Deal's NRA about 30 Lee D. Jacob, Maitland, $600.
is in most agricultural activities and farm program activities dur- Specialist Howell, who enteredthe years agp and has: progressed since.I Palmland Enterprise Corp. to

FUTURE FARMERS CELEBRATE-The Osceola High chapter of Army in February 1954 is understand the cabbage cost classic is to be followedby Herman E. Flowers and wife, Kis-

the Future Farmers of America held their annual Parent-Son banquet regularly stationed at Fort Lewis, a two. volume'directive: on the price of corn beef. That simmee, $8,800.Raphael .
Thursday night at the High School cafeteria. Parents and Wash., as a construction-machine should be a cinch to make the Cook of the Month club. J. Bovasso and wife to
friends Mere treated to a delirious meal consisting of vegetablesgrown operator in Company B of the 4th Salvatore Corsello and wife, St.

by the chapter. Honors were awarded to Roger Haddock Infantry Division's 4th Engineer Cloud, $9,500.James .

who received the Star Chapter Farmer Certficate, by the Florida Battalion.He Earl Honeywell and wife
Freedom Of Choice Bankers Association and Dr. Ed Whaley, who was named Honorary attended high school in Lan.' LEJTTEHS TO THEEDITOR LITTLE to G .Frank Balcom and GeorgeH.

Chapter Farmer. Shown above are, left to right front row Clint caster, Mass. His wife, Irene, ives Balcom, Cranston, R. I., $500.
I Barber Mike Kroell Dr. Whaley and Gary Suhl.! Back row Babe in Tacoma, Wash. LEAGUE The St. Cloud Co. to Willard I..

.. u. Grissom, Roger Haddock, Larry Whaley Neeley Bass and Bubba Beekman and wife, St. Cloud.
III Under absolutely no conditions does the Story. (Photo by Hamrick) GRADUATES RESULTS 11500.
choice of the funeral director rest with P. K. Weaver and wife to ArthurJ.

.. Messer and wife, Kiasimmee,
anyone other than the family requiring ing his five years in junior and I Singing Convention wo: ':" ;"1r. $7,500. (
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F' his services. Regardless of the circumstances senior high school." : '< AMERICAN LEAGUE _
r. \
nwt Slated This WeekendThe May 25, 1962 TOP 10
Haddock is the son of Mr. and .i,
it is call
wK your right to the Mr. Leo Schumaker Editor
AB II Pet
Mrs. James Haddock of Kissimmee. Four Way Singing conven- i' Making a Long
l funeral director of your own choice. Previously he had won a tion will meet at the Free Will : The Kissimmee Gazette Story, Kiwanis 35 23 .657
MEMBER. welding award in farm mechanics Baptist Church on Ruth Street in t1 ; Kissimmee, Florida Bowen, Rotary 28 17 .607 Distance Call?
Ooc contest and has won district hon- Lakeland Sunday, June 3rd. ; Dear Leo: Mackey, Lions 31 18 .581
7HE ors in horse shoe pitching. His Following the morning worship, You did an excellent editorialon Fetters, Lions 25 14 .560
RRDERIGOTHE ULEIII fanning program, Chapman said, lunch will be served at noon with I Governor Bryant's visit to Kis- Chapman, Kiwanis 36 17 .472 USE (D.D.D.)
consists of raising a home garden, singing to follow from 1:30 to : rrtfr. simmee Tuesday night. As you E. Carter, Rotary 23 10 .435
RlEDEL chickens and beef cattle. 4:30 p.m. stated in your editorial, Farris Johnston Kiwanis 19 8 .421 Dial Direct Yourself. I
The parlimentary procedureteam One will also be held Saturday has a way of expressing himself Carroll, Micklers 24 10 .417

24 HOURAMBULANCE 5me put on a demonstration dur- night at the Methodist Church at so graciously and I feel that you Higgins! Kiwanis 34 14 .412 Have a Compact
107 EMMETT STREET ing the banquet. Eaton Park.Vacation. r. did the same thing in reportingthe I S. Kelley, Micklers 30 12 .400

SERVICE KISSIMMEE FLORIDA occasion. AMERICAN LEAGUE extension Phone
Bible With all the wonderful intro- Standings

Annual Quarter Horse Y 1 ductions and acknowledgementsthat W L Pet

Phone: School StartedA were made, during the even- Rotary ......._................... 8 3 .727 Installed.
847-3188{ f al Jamboree SlatedRodeo vacation Bible school will be ing, there was, I am sure, an Kiwanis ....................._... 8 3 .727
held at.the Shingle Creek Metho- oversight in the failure to recog- Micklers .......................... 4 7 .364 Dial lights up
crowds will be swelled by dist Church June 4th through the .t nize the fine contribution that Lions .............................. 2 9 .182
the annual Florida Quarter Horse 8th from 9 til 11 a.m. Mrs. Allen Hunt made, as organist, Games of May 17, 1962 Saves Steps. .
Association Jamboree, races, show The age groups will include and I would be hopeful that you Rotary 12 Kiwanis 8
and QH sale which will be held at Kindergarten, primary and juniors. would mention this in next week's Micklers 17 Lions 8
the Livestock Show and Silver As I I certain thatit May\ 21, 1962 Saves Time .
James A. Caddell of Kissimmee paper. say, am
Spurs rodeo grounds, July 2 3, John Beilman Jr. I
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Fla, is one of the 95 candidates was an oversight, but I do feel Kiwanis 17 Lions 16
and 4.The. In Naval Operation to receive baccalaureate that it should be acknowledged. Micklers 10 Rotary 9
QH Jamboree will the
open She is wonderful and is
Col a person
at Presbyterian
day proceeding the Silver Spurs i John P. Beilman, Jr., aviation degrees The war'between'
lege's 81st commencement exercises always' so gracious in helping atall the sexes never
electronics technician third class,
Rodeo and continue through the June 3. l public functions in the County. will be won by either side. Too
rodeo dates, July 3 and 4. U.s.N., son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnP. on much
ForFather's Beilman of 211 Puincianna The son of Mrs. J. C. Caddell Again, my sincere congratulations fraternizing with the enemy.
Last year so many visitors attended
RICK'SMEN'S of Kissimmee, he is to receive a on a job well done. CHANGING TIMES ,
the QH sale that it over- Circle, Kissimmee, Fla., serving
r bachelor of arts degree at that With warmest personal regards, "
with Airborne Early Warning ttilll '
Day taxed the fine facilities of the Kis- I .
simmee Livestock Market. This Training Unit Atlantic, a unit time. am J. J. GRIFFIN JR. TAKE OVER THE
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and the T; year all the scheduled activities which participated in the recovery FloridaTelephone
will be held at the Livestock Pa- operations of the "Project Mer- Edwin B. WestIn SAME CONTRACT i
SHOP cury" Orbital space flight on May New Books AddedTo
Graduate vilion and rodeo arena. MediterraneanEdwin ON HOUSE AT !
This year a new building has 24th.The Library ShelvesThe
"Aurora 7" craft 1311 PERSON
space
been erected which will accom- West USN, I CorporationIt
'. which carried Navy Lt. Cdr. Mal- B. seaman following new books have
Complete Selectionsof "
modate 50 horses which will greatly colm Scott Carpenter on the three- son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Westof been added to tu" "helves at Hart

:Men's facilitate the QH activities. The orbit flight was retrieved at sea Martin Street, Route 5, Kissimmee Memorial Library, according to
i 1fr building built with funds raised by the destroyer USS John R. is serving aboard the attack Mrs. Mary Hansell, librarian:
1, by the Livestock Show committeeand Pierce. The astronaut, first sighted cargo ship USS Capricornus, oper- Islands Adous Huxley; The
Suits andSport the FQHA, matched with ating as a unit of the Sixth Fleetin 100 YBARS
afloat after the
.T4'4 earthorbitingflight Flame Trees or Thika, Elspeth happened ;
State funds will be .
asset to Mediterranean.The
a big the agoThe
by a Navy patrol aircraft, Huxley; Sold To The Lady In,The
the Kissimmee Valley Livestock was picked from the Atlantic bya ship and crew visited Greeq:" Hat: ; rf'Emm i' Bailey; The
CoatsFor Show held each February.The Navy helicopter which took him Athens, Greece, April 26-May2, and Honor :of .DrSheltori 1 ). 'EluabejihSeif oldest incorporated trade association In the country, the
QH Jamboree will draw to the aircraft carrier USS In- while there observed the Greek Or- er|; TJi *.;lerljotii g,, ChaHps United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862...
The Easter Season. several hundred more visitors for trepid. He later was flown to thodox Easter, a week later than Mercer' Goodb ye./.I\ usSfchael the same year thatIN

the holiday occasion and should Grand Turk Island in the Bahamas. Easter observance in the United !BlankJfoct(; 'Qrane'' den, .EaflCop-: ....... ... ... ,.. ...........'
benefit Osceola business
0 Coounty States.In rad;, .The: >iai.'of>the;Whltfields, 1
people considerably.As Participating in the recovery op- addition, the crew visited the Elsie; tFla'F k
'Safifcuinettf;;: i! ,.'RamseyUllmah,1n..The.
Nationally Advertised i a result of the Jamboree and eration were 32 U.S. Navy Ships Acropolis, the Parthenon and the I ClearingRobert
the influx of QH visitors, a special and units which were on Stationin Temple of the Winged Victory. Fr'ostDfvi1| ; 'fat.Of!! a.: Seton.
SHIRTS I section of the Silver Spurs Rodeo
the Atlantic area.
.
range Any jlcontribUfion 'of, children'abooks S
Program is being prepared to add Security OfficerTo Wil 'be ,:greatly appreciated.LibrAry { .
includingIanhattan: 's to its value as a souvenir. IN GERMANYs Y
.houtp: re9;;" a.m. to 1
Puritan and Others. According to Jim Killip, program Be Here June 4thA p.m. DailyFriday! evenings: C to
editor, advance copies will be representative of the Social 9 p.m: ;
e mailed out to all advertisers and Security Administration District (
O officials; and the program will go s 1a Office in Orlando will be at the Club .' .
Thrift i.
Sport Shirts Blossom on sale prior to the show at all Community House in Kissimmee on Mef 4 .

in many beautiful patterns. Shopping Orange CenterORLANDO newstands, interested merchantsand Monday, June 4, and Monday, June Tuesday: Aft rnoo.n::. :
at the rodeo and show grounds. 18, 1962 between the hours of 9 The,Thrift Home Demonstration
Advertising is now being solicited A.M. and noon. .
.Tel GA 5.2193 and editorial material preparedto This service is made availableto Club'.met Tuesday-+- afternoon at FLORIDA, a handful of determined patriots in Tampa

5. r facilitate an early publicationdate those who wish to apply for old- the UVest" k. pavilion with Mrs.Lucy fought for 2 days, finally preventing an intended invasion by
!;71"HUBBARD SLACKSHICKOK by the Cody Publishers. age and survivors insurance bene- Hamlin devotions,pr,s ding.. two Union ships, which fled. All Florida cheered this feat with
The the of
on women
glasses of beer.
fits, social security account num- '
the Bible was' given by'Mrs; Elsie
.
0t Registration For bers or obtain information about Platt. '' For even then, beer was Florida's traditional beverage

\ BELTS social security program. Miss Marilyn Dietrich showed a of moderation. Beer still provides enjoy-
;; .. Swimming Class Set film on "The Othej-} ."City." Dr. ment for Floridians, and a good living for manyof
and Jewelry Registration for the Summer McWilliamsPartinEngagement Rao gave a very interesting talkon them-not only the employees of the Brewing "

swimming program will be held ToldMr. Cancer :and ariswered. many Industry itself, but also for Florida farmers and
,1 0SPORTS Saturday, June 2nd at the Osce- questions. other suppliers of the materials brewers use.
ola High School office from 8:30 and Mrs. J. D. McWilliams A family picnic is planned for
TODAY,in its centennial
the United
States
1 WEAR a.m. until 12 noon. announce the engagement and June 15th' at the home of Mrs. Brewers Association year r
A child must have been in school approaching marriage of their Lucy Hamlin. Also a workshop is maintenance of still works constantly to assure -

D 0 this past year to participate. The daughter, Sharon, to Edward L. to be held there May 31st. and wherever high standards of quality
classes will be Partin Jr. of Mr. and Mrs. propriety beer and ale are served.
for beginners, intermediates son Mmes. Elliott, Anthony and Cole
REGAL TIESIn swimmers, advanced Edward L. Partin. served delicious refreshments to
Selections swimmers and junior life savers. The wedding will be held Sat- 20 members.For .
Large Classes will be conducted at the Ronald Harvey with urday, June 2nd, at 2 p.m. at the ...

Tropical pool. Company D 1st BG, 30th Inf., First Methodist Church, with Rev. every dollar spent by Flor- .

FREEMAN & CROSBY SQUARE SHOES First classes will begin on June is now stationed in Schweinfurt, John Briley officiating. ida in direct advertising for tour- .... n- Rio ;:oN1SfOH: -

11th and go through July 3rd. The Germany after completing 16 ists last year, the state receivedan ;iJ ,UNrtEIi: An:$. I
second session will begin July 5th weeks training at Fort Gordon, estimated $100.10 of direct lI R$ AT 9-tfo. .tN if,
ALTERATIONS FREE and go through July 27th. Classes Georgia. His wife Beverly plansto taxes, according to the Florida Ilaffl4tRSfdfllal>fAIRI[ 'R '
each week will be held on Monday, join him there soon. Ronaldis Tourism Steering Committee. pg._ r ,
ORLANDO Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lon-
Cost per person for each 3H nie Harvey of Kenansville.
weeks session will be $2.80. Not Sold To Jobbers For Resale NOTICE

David R. JonesIn SOME OF THE RUGS

HOUSES ExerciseArmy f.r c..e beet Seleeti.a JarlT ARE WAY BELOW
FOR SALE OPEN WHOLESALEORIET.1.
PFC David R. Jones, son THE BUG SHOI1 NOT
of Mrs. Ellen J. Jones, 211 Marion Q 1 Hit X. e f P.'t Offlre SUNDAY 10 5:30 BEEtWILL
311 X. park Aw. : O
Ave., Kissimmee, was one of more \\l..r pack Fla.
MOVED TO YOUR LOT than 40,000 Armed Forces person- w
nel who participated in Exercise OVAL BRAIDED
Quick Kick, an Atlantic Command 9x12 was 59.00 HANDMADE BROADLOOM ''
training maneuver held at Camp
Lejeune, N. C., May 710. HOOKED RUGSCLOSEOUTS CLOSEOUTSSpecial
$575 Exercise Quick Kick began with Now 2000
to $3,500We Marines conducting an amphibious
landing followed by Army airborn I purchase and closeout, ,

troops jumping over their assigned ALSO of
from country's leadingmills.
some
objective area, and ships of the
Navy strike aircraft of the Air 10 z 14 $39.00, :
Pick from mostly tweeds.
Prices include: House, moving, foundation. On DisBonded Force providing close air supportfor 11 x 15 Special 9x12 Was 79.50f$32.50 ,

Buy.. play Rt. 50 West at Fairvilla Rd. Building; the assault troops. The exer- PRINTING 12 x 18 ;Approx.. r Some plain Nylon-Rayon blend.

Houses (Bowers Lot) Movers cise was designed to test joint '213 50c |
forces and equipment of the U. S. Letterheads Forms, Mailers AU Sizes :

Come out and look them overModern Atlantic warfare. Command in conventional Whatever you need in your ALSO $159

Jones, regularly assigned as a business, If you want the Best b9 b.
mechanic in the 1st Infantry's .
at Reasonable Prices Call 8x10 h6
Headquarters Company at Fort yd.
Movers Benning Ga.. entered the Army in 10xU l1x1SIbIS. ,
Inc. June 1961. THE GAZETTE

The 19-year-old soldier is a 1961 13x16 .' %'
graduate of Osceola High School TeL 847-2881 Compare Anywhere
4209 W. COLONIAL ORLANDO CY 5-0731 and was employed by Autrey :MOTHPROOF

Motor Co, before entering the Such as 12x15 $39.00I

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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Rebekah Officers Women's Council 'The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., May 31.1 1DC2 7
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,. ... : -; "' ';. : Honored Tuesday Held MeetingThe I'-
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,: ; The regular meeting 01 the Kis- Women's Council of the
2- .b r" ,. v'", ..:1' simmee Rebekah Lodge No. 42 met First Christian Church met at the I

t 4tl2leJll r : : Tuesday night in the Odd Fellow home of Mrs. Steelman Borden in $te ve 1-ltp01t

\. :: Hall with an unusually large at-' Idora Park, with Mrs. W. I. James

tendance. The hall was beautifully assisting as hostess.
,11.' &: J decorated for the occasion, car- The devotions were presentedby

.,'1..... .... ." R f rying out the president's colors of Mrs. Julius Smith and the mis- Landscaping:
,: 1
By BETTY EBY yellow and purple. sionary reading by :Mrs. Dorothy
The Past Noble Grand of the Burrows. A letter was read from &
lodge occupied the officers chairs the Pendertons in Southern Rhode-

.' '. during opening and closing cere- sia and the mission work in Del
.
.) monies. They honored the Noble Rio, Texas, carried on by Charles Lawn Serviceall

,. Grand, Lulu Kesler, with a court- Gurwell was discussed.
of Dr. and Rome, Venice, Austria, Switzerland 4a
George Amos, son "ia 4a esy in which large red hearts bear- New officers were installed by
:
Mrs. H. P. Amos, left this week for and Southern Germany. After ing letters of her name were used. Mrs. Jennie Phillips. They included types of tractor work
Europe where he plans to do grad- six weeks in Paris he will returnto : r ',: She was introduced and given Grace Russell, president; Lulu
uate at Sorbonne, France. the states via London where he a Kesler, vice president Evelyn
work words of welcome by Mae Baker ;
After flying to London he will tour plans to view several Shakespearean ', -. I, acting noble grand. Sister Nan Davis, secretary and Amelia Keck, Lawn Rebuilding Our Specialty

Southern France and Italy, visit- plays. George is on the facultyof '..'> I Wheeler presented her a gift from treasurer.A .
Pisa Florence, the Arkansas State Teachers silent auction held following -
; ing such places as the lodge. was Free Estimate
College at Conway, Arkansas.
..... the meeting.
-- -=- The past noble grands occupyingthe
Jackie Teasley, daughter of Mr. rt ''':?N : chairs were Jennie Phillips, Others present were Leota Ph. 8472617GENERAL

ONLY ONE HOUSENo and Mrs. William Teasley, is a Y' ." Martel Stout, Pearl Godwin, Ila :el! James, Hattie Goodman, Florence
'candidate for graduation at Young Eihle, Hester Smith and Zola ..
More To Sell Wiley, Nan Wheeler, Margaret
.
Harris College,on June 9th.F. Nash.
McGonigal, Lera Bass, Pearl Sny-
$150. Down S. "Beany" Ledbetter and ; "ir;'; der, :Mabel Snyder, Frances Hewitt -

$65. Month Avis left last week for Michigan ,.' Isobelle Tyson, Ann Lawrence, Betty Paulk CircleTo
where Avis will visit friends while Lucy Hamlin, Sidney Lumley, Lida Meet June 4th
1311 Person "Beany" checks in at Mayo Bros. ?k' 1"1.:." Ketchum Mae Baker aud
I .. Myrtle
The Betty Paulk Circle of the
i Clinic Rochester Minn. '
at ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnsonand < First Methodist Church will meet
; The also honored Mar-
lodge
Monday, June 4th, at 9:30 a.m. at
Mr. and Mrs.\ J. C. Welchhave '.
BUD & JOHN'SAir returned from a month's tour of a ,.."i ,' /,'' .' ...J .w.J c.;._'.-,.s" ..t' '1., :tr. garet McGonigal, the chaplain of the home of :Mrs. George S. Murphy -I

the west, which included a visit ,''-. .. .' 'f. <>...:$*' ...,.. ;.. x'-J..-.}. the Rebekah Assembly of Florida. 714 Phillip Street in Orange I I
... : An appropriate courtesy was given
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: .,. :'? ". .y'. .' ;' ': Gardens.
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Conditioning i at the World's Fair in Seattle.Mr. .: ,>!*: y" :.' .' her as directed by Pearl Godwin
and Mrs. Glenn L. Dunsmoreof y 4 Mrs. Sarah Skinner will be the
i who also gave her a gift from the .
Service Milan, Michigan are spendingthe ; guest speaker.Wesleyan
: ; lodge. Margaret was given other
summer at 1607 Orange Blvd. 4I [ ELECTRIC
Kissimmee 847.1306SAND : gifts including one from Star
in Orange Gardens. Glenn is the k ""'.i,: : ; '. :; .... ;. Lodge by Thelma Dixon. Guild To '

brother. and of W.Mrs.S. Dunsmore.Mr. Enoch Herzberg. taS The district president, Velma Meet Monday NightThe ]UQ/tL

ROCK and daughter, Cindy, left this weekon 5, =7' Summers of Orlando, was presentand Wesleyan .::nceIuild of

MORTAR MIX a tour of the Western States : r 3j welcomed with a courtesy in" the First Methodist Church will

STEEL & WIRE MESIIDit which will include a visit to Holly- :R ; which the song, "Only a Rose,. meet Monday, June 4th, at 8 p.m. L
was sung by Myrtle Van Marter.A
wood, Disneyland, Grand Canyon, ..... at the home of :Miss Helen Bass,
: '* /'. .,. :J:>.<.i >'.' '' ..:;.. ..... duet was also sung by Lavon .8
San at Francisco Seattle. and the World'sFair :,Bt: :; : :v. ,,;,:,- tu::: {.,._..':i*:;. : ;. .. Hestetter and Myrtle with Mary J21 Mrs.Church D. Coe Street.Love will speak on o. .

Word was received this week of Miss Karen Monell Kerr at the piano. the mission work done by Dr. and REFRIGERATOR FREEZER

the death of Mrs. Theodore B. Other distinguished guests pres- Mrs. Love in Africa. She will also
ent were Fanny Spinks, past as- ,show film. AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING in both the fresh food
a
24th
Blakey, who passed away May
Monell
Miss Karen To Wed Gordon RothMr. sembly president Lorien Heitz,
at Beattyville, Kentucky. Mrs. I grand senior warden; L.A.P.M.: All members; are urged to at- storage section and in the big icro-dcgrce freezer.
Blakey and her daughter, Lula B. I ; tend."Follies".
and Mrs. C. A. Monell of Osceola Norman musician
High School with the classof Marie assistant ; 9 Slide-Out Shelves
Blakey, have been regular winter r
1960. Eileen Rector, assistant outside
KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX Kissimmee announce the
visitors in Kissimmee, maintainingan engage-
Her fiance from guardian Helen Heitz, assistant Committee 1 _.w wt O Door Storage
apartment in the Bass homeon ment of their daughter, Karen, to was graduated ; i ,, Handy -
Church Street. Central High School, South Bend, inside guardian; Violet Harris, Heads Are NamedMrs. .'' t y in Both Com
Gordon Gene
Roth, of Mr. and
son Indiana with the class 1958. soloist Ethel; Vandecar, past
Phone 847-3524 of ; pres- -,
portments
: Eddie Densmore underwent surgery Mrs. Sam Lupfer 111 and :Miss Ii
Eugene Roth of Orlando, The wedding will be an event of ident department association of
-- -- last week at the Kissimmee Mary Ellen Carter, cochairmenfor I
Hospital.Mr. Florida. July 8th in the Holy Redeemer LAPM. All were past and present the Junior Woman's Club -- e Mini-Cube Trays

TERMITESSWARMING and Mrs. J. W. Hause of Miss Monell was graduated from Catholic Church of Kissimmee. officers of the Rebekah Assemblyof duction of "The Follies', announce pro- r Egg Rack .

Tampa were weekend guests of Florida. that this year's production will be ; Cutter Keeper
? Following the meeting refresh-
Mr.\ and Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson. where they will attend the commencement Mears.A. held Oct. 4th and 6th at the new
ments were served by Mae Baker,
Birthday congratulations this I exercises of their T. Snodgrass was pleasantly Lucy Hamlin, Dotty Bass, Billy Tupperware auditorium, under the 4I BIG 10,1 CU. FT.
week are being sent to Cecilia; grandson, to Muncie, Ind. to visit when he direction of Jerome H. Cargil'
surprised Monday night
Lee Hazel I
Bush, Della Engle, Mrs. L. M. Williams her sister and then en to Ohio to had a overnight visit from his son, Margaret McGonigal Producing Co., Inc. Mr. Bill Lalla _
Eula Roliff Florence
and : ir.1Ji REFRIGERATORB1G2.80J.FT.
,1p.C3n Harold Goodell, Ed Partin : visit other relatives.The Arthur, who is among the civilian Wiley, from Cargill will be here this weekto q .

._' l ... Ann Sessions, Lorena Bovis, Annie Ora Jeremy's have left to personnel at Hickman Field, Facey. plan for the production.Mrs. S

,;tj' Kirkland, Lance Reynolds, Martha return to their home it Gaylord, Hawaii. Arthur was on a flying Lupfer and Miss Carter an- .

I Graves, Ed Phay, Georgia Gal, and Michigan for the Summer.Mr. I i mission to Miami and stopped off Sandra Haddock nounce the following committeesfor -- -
I Etta Mae Lane. Best wishes to this production: Program j ZERO-DECREE FREEZES
to his Dad.
and Mrs. Norris Irwin left see Receives
each of you. I DegreeThe chairmen, Mrs. Ed Brinson and '
last week for their home at Gran- Mrs. Oscar Stein and Mrs. Florence o McdclTB413W
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conard left :Mrs. Dick Luzadde.; Ticket chair- 399.95
ville, Ohio. Bradley of Orlando visited Texas Woman's University59th
last weekend for a tour that will men, Mrs. Eugene Nalley and Miss anyair.aiueaukm -.
for the sake of your home Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Wood Mrs. Hazel Owen at Daytona annual spring commence-
take them to Decatur, Illinois, Carol Johnston Publicity chair-
; a
have returned to their Summer Beach four days last week. ment exercises were held Sunday ,
men, Mrs. Bill Wallis and Mrs. Theresitothing'pataspoodu'G.-scalEk>aric
-- home at Moravia, New York.Mr. Al Hunt is recuperating at the with Dr. John A. Guinn, TWU
and Mrs. Sam Lupfer III Orange Memorial Hospital after the address. Claude K. Whatley; Patron com-
president, giving
NORRIS{ CLEANERS mittee, Mrs. Cecil Norris and Mrs.
I
1KISSIMMEE'S l and Mrs. Gilbert Mears of Sam undergoing surgery this week. Those receiving degrees included -
Richard Stout Talent cochairmen -
Lupfer Insurance Agency, are at- Dot Cooper and Louise Seale are : Sandra Beatrice Haddock, Mrs. Murray; Overstreet Jr., PARKS FURNbTURE CO
tending the insurance convention leaving this weekend for a vaca- Kissimmee, with a major in I
@ FINEST being held this weekend at the : tion trip to Erie and Bedford, Pa. elementary education and a minor and Mrs Larry Gross; Costumes, :i KISSIMMEE .R ST. CLOUD:
Mrs. Kessler and Mrs. Joe
O.-E.
I .. 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941 I Fountainbleau at Miami\ Bo&chj. and then pj to Boston, Massachu- in government-history. I Gainer. I< 847-41.11q ..s.- ., .- 892-1471
They were accompanied by Gilbert setts.


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8 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., May 31, 1962 Flowers for AU Ortultu

ARTICLES FOR RENT WANTEDExperienced Culvert Tile for Driveways
TRAILER SPACE $15 month ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
FOil SALE High and Dry Septic Tanks-a size for every need
ROGER'S TRAILER PARK secretary desires Cement Wcrk-280 Gallon Crease Traps
Below Drive-In Theatre I manuscript typing. Phone
On 17.92 8472321. WATERFRONT HOME 25 Broadway '- 8474591STOVLa 15 Years Expei-ience.

n.\nciivr BARN I K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator.
mhii lei Rippers Set ToothRrnvbra IN YOUR OWN exclusive terri-
lei Ear Dob 3cj Shoe.tt7ei tory sell an unconditionally REFRIGERATORS
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment, -
Sok Iftos IMIUw 19fot which is ad- 3-Bedrooms, 2.Baths.l\Iathis\ Climate Control. Beautiful Located at
Shirt' fl| Paats fit Dr..*.* upstairs. 22 Clyde Ave. 847-3450 guaranteed product Used Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
J tI.:;Or HUI. 33eylo.. 38et vertising nationally on TV. Avon 30 ft. Sweep of Draperies Across Florida Room, Living

ISrt Hankie?ap.Set J-Vj Pa tIn S rir.!<%]..{ 92JX Helta FOR RENT Apartments & Cosmetics. Write Avon Manager, Room Opening Waterfront.. Dock, Double Carporte & FURNITURESewell PHONE: 8473524STEELSALES
Hair' Nets An T-Shirt. 3aeiNearly cottages, completely furnished. P.O. Box 2134, Fort Pierce, Fla. Thurmond
Kvrrbod? Trade at The Kissimmee Motor Court, RoyalSt. Cement Driveway. 1015 W. Church
narealn Ilarn. Come to Slbert'
Blue
No Charge for using our
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Mill n.an. In IireBp Phone 847-3811. ORLANDOChristian -
I Immediately.' Follow the alIas Lustre Carpet Shampooer with
BARGAIN HARV. purchase of Blue Lustre sham- FOR COMPLETE DETAILS SEE -

Open Week Day Aad Sunday FOR RENT: Apartments: and poo. Parks Furniture Company.
houses by week or month. Cot- Science
1961 Sewing machine, round bob- ton's Apartment, North Orange RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN Davis AgencyW. Society ANY DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
bin. Forward and reverse with I Blossom Trail. To take over Watkins Route in
attachments. Guaranteed. Bal- Kissimmee. Good for up to $65 H. Morse Corporation Int. tiled.Ite.f. EachM..th Competitively Priced
weekly to start. No investment.Set N p.-
ance $25. Can be financed. WriteP. 300 >. Randolph
O. Box 931-A. FOR RENT: Lakefront duplex, 2 your own hours. Permanent S..ry'C'f'II TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
bedrooms, tile bath, completely opportunity. Full or part time. Florida Realty Counselors Inc. Sunday Sunday Mh..ol 8130 It ..JII.... Horse Trailers
and
Trailers
Utility
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- furnished, including utilities. Watkins Products Inc. Dept.
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. Couple preferred but will take 1 5-4 P.O. Box 2447, Memphis 2, Built and Repaired
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 child. Route 15, % mile south of Sun Empire RealtyLR CHILDREN'SWEAR Complete mobile welding shop all work guaranteed.Old .
Narcoossee at Sunset Ranch or
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941.
phone 8923479. $65 and $70 per Tenn.SERVICES Orlando Hwy near Livestock Market.
month. $ Goodwin Moore Rt. 1 Box 258 A Kissimmee
Rainbird sprinkler 2.85 Well
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Birth through Sub Teens LOU YOUNG
WELDING
point 6.25; I'/i". x 5 with cup- OFFEREDLEARN ,
-- APARTMENTS for rent fur
lines 2.75; Plastic pipe per ft. Wii
Vi" 32c> %4" 5c, 1" lOc Hi"15c nished, two and three rooms, N YLayette PHONE: 847-3898
1'/" 20c! ; Galv. pipe per ft. Private bath refrigerator, utili- apedaUststrns Faraltare
Vz" 15cf %" 20c, 128c, H%" ties, downstairs. 703 Emmett St. BARBERING .cq ------

39c l'/z"' 50c, 2" 60c; Damaged Injmre Your future profenloaDay lu. awellpaying Bt J W1SEECONOMIZE Radio and SALES SERVICE
sinks single or double 4.49; *; N'ltlat ClaMf ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Commode complete 27.50; Wash FOR RENT V.A. Approved COMPLETE IIOMB FCItMSUINCSPARK'S
basin with value and P trap I Lakefront unfurnished 2 Orlando Barber College "Free Delivery of Furniture ItemsIn T V
9.95; Direct burial wire 14-2 6c bedroom home electric kitchen 3399 S. Oraajre BIcaom Tr. L Orange County and Kissimmee" FURNITURE CO.
12.2 8c, 10-2 12c. lw-3 15c. car port e, screened porch. Canterbury a. S-5K78 960 South Orange Avenue Orlando > Kissimmee St. Cloud
DAVENPORTELECTRIC Lane. Robertson's, 102
Extra Quality Blocks
and PLUMBING Main St.. Kissimmee. 847-4493. Learn to fly the new Piper Colt.

Davenport, Fla. $8 solo, $12 dual. Marathon Aviation At No Extra Cost Large frame house on Broadway -

Kissimmee, Airport. 847- completey furnished, only
j FOR SALE: Climatic Car Air- FOR RENT: Furnished apart- 3703. $11,000.
Conditioner. Like new. Used only ment, three rooms, mainfloor, Ph. 847.4021 Frame Duplex furnished good
short time. Very reasonable.Call air conditioned, carport; also I NOTICE location $8,500.
847-4583 after 5:30: p.m. garage apartment. 606 Emmett, 2 BR frame nearly new, $5,500.
apply Moorefield Building, opposite Member of Osceola County Builders Association
I[ will not be responsible for debts $250 will handle.
One set Used Winslow 20-ton. 24'x Pos Office.
Scale incurred by anyone other than OSCEOLA CEMENT 2 BR frame house near Eau
9' Contractors Special
myself. Gallie large lot to trade for
on
complete with all equipment for
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and trailer Paul L. Veal
Kitchenettes rooms
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wood deck- place of equal value near Kis-
wood deck, including PRODUCTS INC.
with lake and stiuf-
in". in Excellent f"o..titin". apartments week month simmee at around $5,000. 1961 DODGE LANCER $1560
fleboard. By or
Price f.o.b. Miami, Florida, $1- year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMEE NELSON REALTY MEN 2 Dr. Std. Trans. Heater __ _
500.00. H. F. Mason EquipmentCorp. Hwy. 441. REAL ESTATE
P.O. Box 712, Lakeland. I960 CHRYSLER NewYorker4Dr.
$150 Down takes over present contract FOR SALE: Three bedroom, two
.
Now registering new class for RENT 2 bedroom block Hard-Top Torqueflite Trans. Radio
FOR :
tile bath CB home. $2490
Delightful Citrus is the fruit
amost new 3 bedroom. largest single
on Heater P/Steering, P/Brakes. Air-Condition
Sanderson Audio-visual ground house, 508 Elizabeth St., inquire
kitchen, large master bed- item in international fruit trade.
very
Concrete Block house at 1311
A ONE OWNER AND SHOW ROOM I CLEAN
Kis- ACRE
school. Marathon Aviation, Elizabeth St. Vz
516 Person St., Kissimmee.s room. Plenty of open space in Florida leads all states in its pro-)
simmee Airport. ,,front and back. 1306 Patrick. duction. '
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GOOD LAND. !.- < I ,_ : 1956 FORD 2-Dr. Ranch Wagon '
$445
RENT
bed- '
three "
FOR : Furnished ------
FOR SALE: 1957 DeSoto 2 dr.
hardtop, power brakes, steering room house, close in. 8473212or 4 room CB house. electric' line. ....- V-8 Std. Transmission
and windows, radio. Good condi- see at 509 Main. Mail route on .Crestridge Di,
tion. Private party. Priced to 4Vi miles S. W. Kissimmee. let.' 1955 FORD 4 Dr. 9 Pass. Wcgon $495

sell at $875. Cash desirable, but FOR RENT house on right. NOW- Complete Irrigation V-8 Radio, Heater
will arrange suitabl terms to $3,000 cash
3 BR HOUSE $65 1955 MERCURY
responsible party. See car at Phone au-3675 $345
722 Dillingham Ave. or call 847- 2 BR DUPLEX 4-Dr. Radio, Heater

2105. Partly Furnished $70. System at LQW; LOW cost!

r FOR SALE: 2 BR CB home with 1955 FORD $445 '
FOR SALE ,
Florida room patio, and large t 17r 4-Dr. Sedan. V-8 Radio Heater
FOil RENT CBS HOUSE, 2 BR. Fla. Rm. utility. Orange Gardens. 1624
$500 DOWN Janet St. Terms are available. Including well, BRASS HAT
CBS HOUSE, 2 BR Phone 8472974.
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FOR RENT 2BR Trailers and lots.
: sale in down-
Income for
Built-in features. Make Offer.KING'S property .
Rainbow Mobile Homes and town Kissimmee. Apartmentsand -- main line Air-Condition, P/Brakes, P/Steering, Radio
Engine
Trailer Park. Michigan Ave. Past REALTYPh. ,
business rentals. Interested
Heater WSW Tires Bucket Seats.
Bowling Alley. 14 mile off Vine j 847-4762 810 W. Vine persons write Box 931-F. d r fir,
St. Sprinkler Pipe;
FOR SALE-Sacrifice New 2-bed- Retail $3939.00
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room home, Parkay and tile ; Completely I Installed,
floors, central heat, carport TIE ,.MWttH. 'KOWOM/CAl/. WAY' TO IRRIGATE/ I ,
I ANNOUNCING
corner lot suburban. See it and Ready to Run! NOW ONLY $3339.00
make offer. Call 8473889.
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EXTRA GOOD LOTS $10 : CHECK THESE LOW .AVERAGE: PRICES*
Work down, $7 a month. $595 and up. RIEDEL MOTORS
Dragline
Q Land Clearing TROPICAL PARK on Highway

G Fulldozing Waterfront Development 441 in North Kissimmee. 10-Aere Citrus Grove, Only . . . .$2,200.00
21 Emmett St. Kissimmee Fla.
FOR SALE: BY OWNER. 3 bedroom ,
_: IRVIN of EUSTIS 1 bath house on paved 20-Acre Citrus Grove, Only . . . .$2,700.00
street. Built-in kitchen. Small
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1962 GRADUATES-First row, left to right, Charles Conley, Bruce Lupfer, Don Streetman' Dennis Friesner, Alvin Clemons, Bobby Lee, Hilt Quirk, Ken Murphy Fred Dyer) Jeanette Babb Joyce) Frasier. Rita Jane Dodd. Second row Jerry Suhl, Don Glass, Steve Mincsy\ ,
Charles Tomlinson, Jesse Hight, Roger Haddock Phil Flater Jeanne Broyles, Florence Campbell, Sandra Tibbetts, Elaine Oakes; Nancy Lory, Peter Warn, Patty Yates Andy Murph) Third row, Phil Yoemans, Ed Robbins Jim Griper Hardm Barkley. Travis Murphy Hilly) Don
Wilson' Sherry( Story George Lyons) Teddy Redd, Rob rt Allen, Susie Glass, Steve Woody. Margaret Acree", Sandra \annoy\ Fourth row, Alfred Munson, Bill )Marvin, ratty) Spence. Sylvia) Uline, Marcus Marshall, Jean ]Humble, Jayne deiser.; Judy> Johnson, Laura Lee( Lucas
Judy Wilmarth Faye Harrah. Fifth row, Dorse) Crose, Danny) Dulgar) Virginia Hatchell, Beverljhalen\\ Linda English Bobby Jo Hodala, Judy Yowell, Theresa Somers, Linda Partin, Vickie \Weidman\ Brenda( B'atty), Connie Conrad, Zoe" Daile). Harhara Anthony Lynn> Dur-)
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\ Cy//I'CI an a lion Margaret Jean Acree Michael\ l Thomas Kroell

r, 10.f'1 ;i ii 1 1t xRobert Leon Allen, Jr. Robert Ray Lee

, ; Robert Louis Armstrong xNancy Carol Lory .
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TUPPER\\'ARE\\ PAVILION:- t "Barbara Lee Anthony Laura l Lee Lucas
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I '_' EIGHT O'CLOCK xBrenda Joyce Beatty *'George Kelly Lyons, Jr. ** .
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MUSICAL PRELUDE ____________-_______________i- .O.: II. S. Band Wishes s Florence Ruth Campbell William DeForest Marvin, Jr.
pjJ Alvin Douglas Clemons Steve Berle Mincey :
PRocESSIONAL: "Pomp and Circumstance" __________ Edgar 1 Charles Wesley Conley, III Alfred Edward Munson
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(Audience Remain Seated\ )
xKathleen Marie Cotton Kenneth Lawrence Murphy
f ; Troy Dorsey Crose Travis Carl Murphy
SALUTATORY\ : ___________________---_:__ Betrly) Kay) Whoen/' r1 rig Mary Zoe Dailey Rebecca Elaine Oaks

I 'f.. xRita Jane Dodd Linda Sue Partin
SPECIAL\ Music: Symphony) in E Flat", Danny Lee Dulgar William Lee Quirk
Camille Saint-Sains' Billy DuPree, Jr. Theodore Wyntoun Redd
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CoMMENCFMENTSpEAKFR" __ ___ Dr. James Parrish ...
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J rice-President tt Stetson University. ) \ Linda Jean English xMary Theresa Somers

:: ANNOUNCEMENTS-\ _-----________________ Mr.\ Byron P. Hileman, ..Phillip John Flater .* Patricia Ann Spence
Joyce Ann Frasier xSherry Gayle Story
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.J-\.t"\ .' ." ,,11II.i.: xJayne Elizabeth Geiser Jerry Wayne Suhl}
1".:p. .PRESENTATION i OF DIPLOMAS _______________ Mr.\ 11". B. Stephens
.: IIII Donald Eugene Glass, Jr. x Sandra Jane Tibbetts
Roberta Irene Glass Charles Tomlinson
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zJames Roger Haddock Sandra Lee Vannoy .
r' : :. \. Linda English, Class President- Assisting .'
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\VALEDICTORV __________________--______ .Robert Leon Allen, ; Jr. I Katie Lea Hendley Beverly Kay Whalen .4;:..
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,,;" ALMA\. MATER ____--_____________________--.:--- Traditional Jesse Olin Hight Billy Don Wilson
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3' Music.\ b by} r the Osceola High School Band Agnes Juanita Key Patricia Ann Yates I .
V+; 2> Mr. John B. Jamison, Bandmaster Jean Elaine Kragenbrink Roberts Ralph Phillip Yeomans

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I CLASS OF GOOD Car gr In Selling To Or For Farmers CongratulationsCLASS .I

_ WELL Young high school and college I I tural Selling." Colleges and universities II I
: graduates with actual farm experience (Cornell University is a OF '62 I
never had greater oppor- notable example) have been en-
62 tunity to make money than they couraged to establish courses in
do today. salesmanship oriented to agricul
How? By selling to-or for- ture. Corporations, through SME's BUD and JOHN'SAir
L:1v/: poY LUCK. farmers. own Youth Education Sponsorship
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_..... .u' --"1 II "",, ... agricultural selling are many,and young mote selling people as in a farming career among com :
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of affiliated graduates with farm experience
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I -.. (GAD) : ,'. :, ing regions of the country. undergraduates and boys genera HeatingPh.
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OP\ : farmers and their needs, whois with their education. 847-4306
better qualified to sell to or for Sales and Marketing Executives
farmers than the farm boy himself -International is a nonprofit or-
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= more wh/ shouU c farm boy cJ sales and marketing -,
1962 throv/ away a'l h-: farm experience techniques and methods at all (
ant 1 heal fcr some totally
The rung of a ladder was unrelated occupation, when men levels. Its 30,000 business executive I It
members arc organized it
farm-related
are needed in many II
never meant to rest upon We are proudto industries:> 243 clubs in 29 countries of the I
World. executivesof
In recognition ('. this situation, Free Marketing
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HuxleyCOUNSELORS extend to most of the major corporations
Sales and Mcrketing\ Executives
} International" hat in the United States are included
I S all sincere developed a .
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best wishes. Your home town .

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.each of graduating seniors \ ", ':YY. anything. Our; sincere .
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person ive take.this means -; {'v .

.1 .ofivislnng you well. Good]luck. _'_1.--:-"'fJL,.

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termed"iate{ swimmers\, advanced
swimmers and l lifesaving will be I 1962CONGRATULATIONS
OHS Honor Board held at the Tropical Pool from 8:30to : .. .' .-.
11:30. with 40 minute class
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Students AnnouncedThe pupil for each se sion. BEST WISHES ui'IIA

Honor Board students for Barbara Reynolds. Senior Band Selects 962
the fifth six week period have BUSINESS EDUCATION: Sr.
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Name and OfficersAt :
been Hile- Martin, Marie '
announced by Byron P. High: Dick Stanko I GRADUATES
man, principal. Janice Alderman; Jr. High: Steve rehearsal Tuesday night the !'A /ATh' ..- \.
They are: Thacker. senior band, sponsored by the Kis- S
AGRICULTURE: Sr. nigh: Ed PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Sr. simmee Rotary Club, selected the
Carter. Butch Colburn. High: Tommy Bass, Linda Gris- name Kissimmee Symphonettes ROLLS
LANGUAGE ARTS: Sr. High i : i soul, Evelyn Teel; Jr. High: Carol and elected officers.
MARKETS
Dottie Marble, Hike Suldo, Beverly Bland, Charles Swallows, Linda The officers elected were George
] Whalen; Jr. High: Wanda Paulk, Banks. Harris, chairman; Mrs. Betty
James Bolin. SCIENCE: Sr. High: Walter Hainlin, secretary; H. F. McPherson -
MUSIC: Sr. High: Judy 'John Kitchin, Vivian Beltz, Robert Align treasurer.
son, Sandra Reed, Joni Loprsdon; ; Jr. High: Nancy Needham. The band gave their first con- 1
Jr. High: Ann Honetor, Linda cert at-the Orange Gardens Community -
Schmidt, Paul Evans. Swimminq Program : Building April 24th. They F-
HOME ECONOMICS: Sr. High: were received and enjoyed by a
Evalee Hart, Linda Moak, BobbyJo Registration Set large and appreciative audience.A .
Hodala; Jr. High: Mary Lee Registration for the Summer concert is planned for Sunday s-
Black, Diana Hinckley, Donna Elk- Swimming Program will be held afternoon, June 17th, at 2 p.m. at
BROWNIES AT ROUNDUP-The Girl Scouts of Osceola: County
Saturday, June 2nd, in the front the Kissimmee; Community House. .
ins.SOCIAL held a County Roundup Saturday at the Livestock: Pavilion Shown
STUDIES: Sr. High: hall of the Osceola High School The public is cordially invited.
above is a troop of second grade Brownies. Left to right, Linda '
Brenda Beatty, Alice Chezem, Susan from 8:30 to 12. Arnold, Sherry Riddle, Corena Patterson, Mrs. Pat Bell, leader Alie entire community says "well done"
Hale; Jr. High: David Al- The program this year will consist Birth AnnouncementMr.
lemier, Leslie Gift, Chris Loh- of two 3% weeks periods, the Terry Bethune and Kathy Calloway. (Photo by Hamrick: ) and we wish you the best of all things.
mann. first of which will begin Monday, and Mrs. David Miller an- The future is unlimited. Best of luck.
MATH: Sr. High: Margaret Ac- June 11th and run through July nounce the birth of a 7 pound
ree, Margaret Needham; Jr. High: 3rd, the second from July 5th daughter. born Sunday, May 27th, Gazette Advertising Pays.
Marcia Ward, Steve Yoemans, through July 27th. Orange Memorial Hospital.CL.ASS :'.:.
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.have come many graduates, but none wishes you all : : .. :

with greater honor.' We offer our sin- great success. YOU BET WE'RE PROUD

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extending congratulations for a job wellS
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4A The Kissimmee Gazette, Florida, Thurs., 31, 1962 His
Kissimmee. May : I completed in about 135 days
h Junior Women Held Set-Acquainted Tea and Mary Hansell! were w<
received most enthusiastically
report was .
and became acquainted wit
by the group present. 3 a i t Itli3)Ds ) The lovely Idora Park home of Sr. Woman's Club, were assistedin < ent club members. The n
Byron Hileman, Osceola High
Osceola TA I the hostessing the Member- attending were: Mrs. Davi
HighP- School principal advised of manyof Mrs. Sam L. Lupfer, III was the by
man, Mrs. Dave. Burchfiel
ship-Committee Mrs.\ Sam Gooden,
setting of Tea
the plans for. the summer' and f a Get-Acquainted Chairman. John Croxton, Mrs. Joseph
for the school year commencing in for prospective members of the Mrs. Sam Gooden, Mrs. Jin
Installed September,19 2. Courses in swim- Kissimmee Jr Woman's Club Sat- The following prospective mem- Mrs. Oscar Kessler, MI
Officers ming will once again be offered, urday, May 26, from 10:00 till bers for the coming year: Mrs. Lupfer III Mrs.\ Richardder
registration for this to take placeat 11:30 a.in. The living room was Craig Bell, Mrs. Francis Murray, Mrs. Jeff Miler, Mr:
;.. the high school'on June 2nd. He highlighted with arrangements of 'Mrs. John Jamison, Mrs. Richard :Nalley, Mrs. Murray Ov
On Thursday the last meetingfor understanding among the students, also advised that there will be
yellow gladiolus and of
roses Jr.
varying Guelde, Mrs. Jack Booker, Mrs Mrs. Dick Stout, :Mrs
the Junior High and Senior I their parents and teachers. He many diversified projects offeredby colors. The dining table wag! Doug Thomas, Mrs. Gary Straub Wallis, Mrs. Claude What!
High School P-TA was-held at 'stressed the desire for harmony John.Jamison, band instructor covered with a lovely embroideredcloth Mrs. Ted Miller, Mrs. Dave Miller, Mrs. Raymond Yates an
the school library. The slate of :and cooperation with P-TA by all during the summer. A now compulsory and the silver service at one Mrs. Charles Jackson, Mrs. K. G. Mary Ellen Carter. ;
officers for the 1962-63 year was the faculty and the committee. driver education course end was presided over by Mrs. Robertson, the Misses Maureen
announced by president Mrs. Spence Baya spoke of his connection has been met with more registration 1 Cecil Norris serving coffee. Mrs. ,Eichelberger, Zoe Dailey, Mary The lychee. one of th
Arthur Hale, and the slate was with the Youth Advisory than present facilities can r'xlirFs I Y William Sippel completed the serv- Kate Cunningham, June Goolsby fruits ever cultivated, is n<
unanimously accepted. The new Board and his efforts to try to handle for the summer course. In -TKIl ice with punch from the crystal Sandra Beech, Cindy Robertson, duced commercially in Flo
officers are: president, J. C. Bor- make provisions for entertainmentfor addition, with the fall semester, a < } punch bowl. Danish tea rolls and
delon; vice president, Spend Baya; the youth after school hours, course in Americanism vs. Com- miniature cheese puffs were also
f second vice president, Mrs. Helen and his hope that P-TA can help munism is now required by the served and enjoyed. Mrs. Norris
Matson; corresponding secretary, .along these lines. State Legislature, and this will be : a% k and Mrs. Sippel, sponsors from the
Mrs. George Elkin; recording .AI principle guest speaker, Wil- offered at an early morning class CCASSOF
secretary, Mrs. Gus Lurie; treas- liam Stephens presented many prior to normal school hours, for :'RfSTWI' H
urer, Mrs. W. C. Reed. facets_of the school system at the those students who cannot alter } i9''
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Dr. Amos as the installing of- present, and his hope that the their schedules. There will be no IS CLASS OF '6
HIGH SCHOOL P-TA OFFICERS installed at meeting '
ficer gave a most inspiring service, community wants industry and is text books for this course, but one were a IN YOURs ,62Well var,
then shortly thereafter the newly becoming prepared {or it when it of the instructors will be attendinga held Thursday night. They are, seated, Mrs.\ George Elkins, corresponding -
elected president was called upon does com He gave a resume of summer werk-snop in prepara-
secretary; Mrs. Gus Lurie recording secretary; !Mrs.\ W.
to address the P-TA body. He planned construction for the schoolin tion for instructing the students. Hands .
presented his! aims for the coming St. Cloud, the negro school, and (This course can also be taken dur- C. Reed, treasurer, Mrs. Helen Matson, second vice president. f
year in office and his desire to the long awaited groundbreakingfor ing regular hours.) Standing, Spence Baya, vice president; J. C. Bordelon, president.
work in conjunction with the the new high school here in After adjournment, refreshing
school officials in bettering the Kissimmee, which he hopes will be punch and cake was served (Photo By Hamrick)
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David E. CroxtonMr. s 1 .1

and Mrs. Roy Fielder of ..
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Raneri, to David E. Croxton, son
GOOD of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Croxtonof
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Both are serving in the Air I
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CLASSOF'62ij. class of '62 WE AE ALLPROUD- done class will always
find
of62. Best of success.

'62 GRAD luck to you all.

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{ CO TO COLLEGE : Or Get A Job! * f The Kissimmee Gazette, KisSimmee, Florida, Thurs.., May 31, 1962 5ff \
The best way to cut down on -

Gardens 1 Which Is Right Choice For High School l Grad? windshield parking tickets wipers is from to remove your car.the Ddk4rS Ii I Louisiana Mrs. Nell visiting Shipp of Miss Shreveport Helen,

Orange JottingsBy . Bass.
.Answer;: Not exactly. The job .
Jerry Lester, the comedian, tells -
tout ca>o "raosbF numtW NA >ul
GET A NCR. Job MOW.. KT THE S.-BEST MY C yET.8 +.ECR1Lv application that you fill out at a how times have changed. The other I _""""' '" ,.. .. .......h
office does .
company personnel
day. he was telling his nephewsome I
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a L not "always tell an "employer ill stories of the old Wild West I l- Lots Restricted I
ANNA J. REYNOLDS I that he would like to know about :
He,told him about Billy the Kid 1
you. The job application provides and how he supposedly killed 20 \ Co j for Single Homes $1 lCj

L- .. : s 1r r iF general considered information.for If you are men before he was 20 years old. Cr Down $7 Month $595
employment,
In our search for appropriatenews I dreamed< death came the other will be asked to come in for you a "Gee, Uncle Jerry!" his nephew I
& TROPICALPARK
exclaimed, "What kind of car did Up
items for the "Jottings" we
night job interview at which time more "
came across the following lines of he drive? I! E 441 In!
And Heaven's gate swung wide; specific, questions will be asked. f. on
which thought of
verse we some
the readers might enjoy.SURPRISE With kindly grace an angel Question: What preparationsshould Best thing for a cold shoulder is "Come now, we can do bet. 1 North Kissimmee
I make for
i a job interview?
inside. mink.
Ushered me ter than this-"
Answer: You should be prepared i .- -.:
a to "sell" yourself to con-

I 1 vince your interviewer that you
are "the man for the job."
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COLLEGE to accept a position of respon- Employers want neat, intelligent t
ABOUT GOING TO !
.I sibility. If a high school graduatehas and efficient employees.The .
1 Question: Should I go to college? I. outstanding qualifications, he first impression you makeis ELECTRIC BOTTOM
Answer: Yes-if your high may do well in any field; but another through appearance. Dress BOAtSI
n school grades were good enough; individual, with equal qual-- neatly, be well manicured and
r if you can pass an entrance examination -I ifications, plus the added recommendation polished, but don't overdo it. If I
; if you can afford it. of a college diploma, your clothes are flashy, you mightbe II Ii I
Question Why should I go to is certain to de.better. As to the considered too flashy for the i l JI
1962 _41V college? matter of promotions in business, I 1

scttwcx Answer: To continue your education put yourself in an employer's job.An interviewer will judge intel I

and place yourself in a position: If you had two men of ligence not by how much you say
better position in your chosen equal ability and talents, eicept but rather by what you say and
field.Question that one had a college education, how you say it. Don't be afraidto I I BIG 12 IB. CAPACITY
: Will a college degree I which man would you promote? talk about yourself, your hob-
guarantee me a job and a high Question: Should I go on to college bies, your achievements, whatever II
income? even though I have not yet they may be, but don't drag I FILTER-FLO
Answer: A college degree certi- chosen a career? it out. "'* \

3T fies that you have completed a Answer: Certainly. The college How can you display efficiency
specified course of education. You 'of your choice will appoint an during a one-time interview? Sim- WATER SAVER
still have to get out and get your- advisor to chart a course of general ply by showing that you have
I self a job, just as a high school study and lend counsel to given some advance thought to
graduate does. And you have to guide you to the choice of a the,interview. Bring with you a 0 Damp Dry Spin
"earn" your way to the top. career for which you are suited. folder containing documents that .

Question: Then, why shouldn'tI will,be of interest to your pros- Spiral ActiralcrMhl
i go ahead and get a job right GETTING A JOB NOW pective employer-your birth certificate / I i I ii j

now? Question: I don't want to go to high school credits, a I 4
T Answer: You can get a job right college. I want to get a job right certificate of health, and a brief fJ1 j l I YYA5C4
now-but that requires no i ..
] a job a..w
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IT TOOK A HEAP O'LEARNIN' away. How do I go about it? i resume, or personal history. You .
more than a high school educationwill might Fat u Las.W.IM
even prepare a scrapbook, i
Answer: Decide the type of job
not pay as much as a job using information about
would like to have factory yourself
which sets a college degree as a you from school local UNDO. 519995wil
yearbook
your ,
earlier work, office work, selling, etc.
said
As
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JLt also took hard work and requirement. we newspaper, including two or three
courage, a college degree puts you into a Once you have chosen the type of character recommendations from IFM. SwEa

determination. ,,'C join jour family and position to realize a Higher salaryfor work you wish to do, make a list responsible adults. Your inter. I
of the companies in com -- -
your
friends in sincere congratulations. your services. which hire viewer might give this only a .trade
many munity might you.
Question: If I start now, with Visit the personnel office of each casual glance, but he will be im- WATER TEMPEP.ATUHc! CONTROL+
some good company, isn't it pos- pressed-and he will know that
for 1962 WATER SAVER CONTP.OL
sible I receive several and fill out an application
might promotions
you are sincerely trying to "sell"yourself
in four years, and by employment. and show that A touch to the control pnr.el sscctst.2! !
KISSIMMEE FEED STORE then have a good start on a Question: Is that all there is tit capable of handling the job you which are right temperature for each pcrticu'cr!

career? ? I just go around' and makean you seek. wash load. Hot or Weir An equally
Answer: It's possible. It's also application? \Ve wish each
touch determines the cr.iounr cf
Question: What if I can't find easy
BUCK MURPHY that four from now Answer: That is the beginning.
possible
years
for each 1 IrcJ.% The
water'
in particular
an opening the field of my of
will discover that a co-worker, When you make application for you greathappiness
you let choice? What do I do then? proper amount of ct2r fr r locds under
with a similar salary and similar employment,you a prospective
pay, is fresh out of college-and employer know that you are avail- Answer: Get a job-doing what on six pcunds crt ::; c c-cst ::'Ti;:.

you mast compete with him for able.? He may not need you todayor ever you like "second best," or
future promotions. tomorrow. Next week, how- doing something you don't like to this occasion. By any measure... .

Question: Is a college education ever, an,opening may arise and do, if this becomes necessary. \ "
really so important in getting a he will be looking through the Look for a "second choice" job :-. .
There is nothing"jurtrs- '. _:::::: 11.:1 .L'Jctr.' ::
GOOD A "good" job and is it such a factorin job applications filed with the that will give you some free time BENTON'S
'n rV w company promotions? personnel office to see if a likely to continue looking for the kind

Answer: Simply stated, the best candidate for the job is available. of a j job that you really want. It's JEWELRYand
jobs go to college graduates be Question: Then, if I am suited always easier to get a new job if
cause employers believe the col for the job, they call me and tell you are working, rather than un- PARKS FURitJiTURE CO.

: LUCK lege graduate is better qualified me when to report to work? employed.has BENTON'SBEAUTY

KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
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'And there to my astonishmentStood Mrs.. Wilbur Painter of Mait- 1 a great routine. He gets into
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folks I'd known on earth; land visited with her parents, Mr. ]his plane and tells the pilot "Go
CLASSII! Some I'd judged and labeled and Mrs. John W. Starling of 1620 .anywhere-we got troubles all
"Unfit" W. Catherine St. last weekend. 4 ver.I
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And of little worth. t ,
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s Mrs. P. M. Brown of Kansas

City, Mo. is visiting her sister,
Indignant words rose to my lips Mrs. E. H. Lake. I
OF 621i % i But never were set free . t

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For every face showed stunned Prof. and Mrs. Trevor Jenkinsof

surprise Bangor, Wales were recent
NOT ONE expected ME. house guests of Dr. and Mrs. .Geo. I _14 KISSIMMEE HOMES

We share your ?. (Unknown- Beauchamp. .
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Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bullard and ,
this important -
pride on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall of <
three daughters from Tampa visit-
Mobile, Ala., were recent visitors
occasion.Congratulations ed""with Mr. and Mrs. Hal R.
V V' of Mr. and Mrs. Morris James of Reynolds : t ,
last weekend. j 'E. e f"
712 Street. I V ,
George -
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Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Guthrie from '
Mr. A. B. Lendved, 705 GeorgeSt. Vanceboro, N. C. have moved into Saturday On Premises
has r I" Yr
\ returned home after spending their home'n "652 George St.
several days visiting friends ssss
ABSOLUTE 'cti4er s at
in Leesburg, Ormond Beach and It is a great convenience to residents -
3 New Smyrna Beach. of the Gardens to have The

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Peterson Community Bldg. set up as a placeto -a a
AUCTION 1:00: P.M.
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from Westchester, 111. are occupying vote, thus making it unneces- .
the home on 1628 Orange sary to make a trip uptown, particularly !3
Blvd. until construction of their these hot days. Judging JUNE 2
new home on 1713 Orange Blvd.is from the numbers stopping by to

completed. cast their votes, it has been a convenience -
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to residents in areas
W. H. Morse Corporation Mr. and Mrs. John P. Crane of adjacent to .Orange Gardens as
Chicago are staying temporarilyin well
704 Doris St. awaiting completion sessss

t of their new home on 630 N. ONCE OVER LIGHTLYVice
Catherine St. President Lyndon Johnson FFwVL
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Fourteen choice new homes in ROYAL GARDENS Sub-dmsion at Kissiramee, Osceola Count). These homes are built
according to F.H.A. specifications: On large lots, concrete block, furred walls, three bedroom homes, one and two baths,
awning windows. Living room, dining area, kitchen with built-in oxen and range, choice cabinets; water heater, cunnections
= for washer and drjers. Carports, utility rooms and storage area. Portions hate patios. Central heat with aid ducts to each
t-ll room in portion of houses, others have wall furnaces. All eityconvenience to each home including sewage, water and lights
I WI These houses are ideal for employees of the Martin Plant, homes for all ages, retirement homes, speculators, interiors
and builders. Remember, you buy them regardless of price ow ather. These will sell under an absolute Auction contract,
i M all free and clear. Buy the home of jour choice, one or more. .Don't fail to take advantage of this unusual opportunity. ('on-
1962 Leniently accessible to churches and schools, shopping centersand outstanding retail stores of all kinds..
t tl To reach property. Turn west on Vine Street (Hwj. 330) off of Hwy. ir-92-Ul at the traffic light where Hwy. ill turns
1962 east towards St. Cloud. You will enjoy traveling on this wide, paved Vine Street less than two miles to "ROYAL (, \li-(
I DENS". Homes open for inspection at 10:30 day of Auction. Tell your friends and let them live where life is enjoyed to
.r- its fullest in these outstanding surburban sections. Thousands of dollars are now being spent on this highway to make it

::jlls1 1' No.more 4.beautiful and to carry the traffic. Vine Street and this Highway continues West to Highway 27 and Interstate Hwy.


f FRIDAY I ON PREMISES AT 1:30 P.M. JUNE !1

North Orlando four choice homes, free and clear, to sell on the premises regardless of price. You can buy one, two, threeor

C7C ;==I:== all four Your opportunity of i life time! Tell your friends!
=CCI Located in Golfview Estates \.Section of Meredith Manor, Seminole County, off of Forest City Road (Hwy 431): on

t paved East Lake Brantky lrfve. ,
You will enjoy large beautiful Lake DrantJcy, winderful beach, boat docks; everything for enjoyment of the entire family.
Q t =j ===OF >= r The homes are built according to FHA Specifications -,concrete block. construction furred walk, 3 bedrooms lining

0 Cam= ..a room dining area, Florida room, modern kitchen, with built-in range oven; choice cabinets, central heat hot water tank
t EJ t attractive electric fixtures plenty of electrical outlets. The I living i rooms, dining areas, and halls are carpeted, aluminum
: frame awning type windows, screened throughout, baths with combination tab and shower; large closets. Each home has

1111 piped water and individual septic tanks. .
;: j This is an outstanding home community surrounded by many other large developments: On the Highway a Service Sta

tion and Grocery Store to serve you.
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THE BEST OF Open for Inspection: I i r

NG 1 Iris is an:'c ciling.thuc for you and F Houses open after 10==\\0 A-M. ,for inspection on the day of Auction I

EVERYTHING jour class. \Vc would remind you it 1s with Hal sbrou h Representatives on grounds.J. I
I. KISLACK MORTGAGE CORPORATION OF FLORIDA '
also a serious time for decisions and
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-' OWNERS authorize the Hansbrough National Realty & Auction
Vviierevcr :you go and planning. Best regards to each of you. Company to sell these twenty-four; homes at' Absolute Auction regardless --

.whatever you do in the of price, Or weather. Every one must selLNational


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