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POOL IS LOSING MONEYIt So ;a-(1. For Racing Fans City Certifies

is difficult to believe, hnt if things continue to pro- Contract Le Dy CHARLES EBY
feed as usual Jtert' Frazer will lose at the Well, J u 1 y 4 is rapidly approaching
some $2,840.00 i
and all the local speed]
Tropical Bath Club this Summer. Delinquent Tax List
lovers including myself are anx-
Riley S. Miles, chairman of the
In 1961 the club had 151 members including singles, board of the Central and Southern iously awaiting the big "Daytona
today the club has 148 members which 48 old
means mem- Florida Flood Control District, Firecracker 250" NASCAR late
bers have dropped ont. Of course 45 new members have said he has been informed a con- model stock car race. For thoseof The city commission Tuesday Fence for $287.91 for the light

been picked up, but they need 50 more to put it on a paying tact for the improvement of you who don't follow these, night certified the delinquent tax plant) site. One was to Gravely

basis. Southport Canal has been let. races they are factory Pontiacs,, list and turned it over to City Attorney Tractor Company for two mowersat

+ +. > +> + Chevrolets, Fords Plymouths,, Edward Brinson for col S521 each. A bid for $536 for
This is the second project in
and lection. fire hose was awarded the CharlesA.
WHAT ARE YOU DOING TO HELP? the north end of the Kissimmee Mercurys Chryslers, compet-
ing for prize money in the world's The commission also annexedthe Stewart Company.Bids .
So far this year 2.651lessons- have been given children, River Valley, he few pointed weeks out. Work fastest automobile races. new city high school locationand were opened for a street

which means some 183 children have learned to swim. Therehave the was St.started Cloud a Canal. ago on There will be some 40 outstanding three lots in Medd Heights in sweeper, tractor and mower pipe
NASCAR drivers in competition Fairlawn Manor and zoned: same. fittings and surplus] property as
been three demonstrations in life saving eight have .
Miles said Col. J. V. Sollohub The commission awarded a number advertised, but for definite action
this Three of the best
4 earned life savinar badges and 16 have participated in life year.
had notiied him that contractin '
a drivers of bids. One was to Reeves was taken.
saving courses. This gives some idea of what the pool means the amount of $816,053 was ; : Y! known have stated that

to the youth of t the community.But awarded to Gregg, Gibson and / the winner's average speed over
the 250-mile grind will be about
look at it from another angle. Last year at this time Gregg Inc. of Leesburg.It .
the pool had teen' at loss. it has of :
operated a $3,148 This year covers the enlargement Some of the top-notch men who
lost $2,840. These are cold. hard facts, the pool must have the canal between Lake Tohopeka- : 'will be fighting it out at Daytonathis

the Import of the community to operate. liga and Cypress Lake and for the Independence Day are; Glenn"Fireball"
What to ? construction of a lock and dam. crowd witnessed air show, "Ban-
are you doing help AIR SHOW-A an interesting Sundayat Roberts, Edwin
+ + + + The latter structure will be at the Kissimmee Airport despite> threatening weather. The air- jo" Matthews "Little Joe"
the north end of the canal, it was show marked the opening of Marathon Aviation. Weatherly, Dave Pearson (last
(Photo by Hamrick) year's Firecracker 250 winner). ,
Sales tax collections in Osceola County for the said.The Leesburg firm was the low- Junior Johnson and Bobby Johnsin 55$

month of May totaled $30.316.19 as comnared: with $30.- est of four bidders. It has one Pontiacs. In the Chevys well) t r ? _

027.18 collected in June, 1901!)() and with $32.766.38 collected in year in which to complete the see Rex White and Ned Jarrett.
See Air Show
April, 962, according to figures released by State Comp- work. The Fords will be pushed by Fred : : .: ,,
troller Ray E. Green. Miles said the project involves Lorenzen, Nelson Stacy, Larry

This compares with S33.340.45!): : collected in Gasoline widening and deepening the existing Frank and Marvin Panch. Richard S _

taxes as comoar d with 48.471.15; collected' in May, 1961 4% mile long canal. It will Despite Bad WeatherThe Petty will be in a Plymouth and

and with $34,833.03 collected in Aoril, this Year. be 120 feet wide and 25 feet deep.A Roscoe Thompson and Emanual
90 by 30 ft. lock and an 18 by Zervakis riding Mercurys. Buck
Of the amount 'ol1 cte/1 S50.813.73! went into the county
27 ft. dam will be constructed. The number of planes at the Florida Aero Club stated that considering and Buddy Baker a fathersonteam
secondary road fund, $4.938.98 went to the county commis- existing canal is said to be only Flyin' Iron Fly-In this weekendwas the weather the Flyingwas are handling the Chryslers.

sion, and $19,715.92 went to the county road board. three feet deep and 30 feet wide. cramped by bad weather, but a success. He also said that

the local people went out in large he would like to thank those who RIFLEMAN

'*i8'. .- ,.:.,:."; 'V : .. .:. { Birth Certificate numbers to witness the air show. had exhibits without whom it _

T' : 'i There were several radiocontrolledmodel would have been a complete fail- _
Needed For School"Your airplanes there and their ure. Showalter Flying Service hada -

owners put them through their Piper Aztec and a Piper ISLAND RE.'IO'mWith the help of funds left in the treasury
child can miss an entire paces for a very interesting ex Comanche, Orlando Aviation Serv- of Sportsmen's Association' and a dragline an island which has

year of school unless you obtaina hibition. ice had the 310,210, and Skyhawkin J___ long been a hazard: to boaters was, rerouted this week from the
birth certificate for him or her The weather made it necessaryto the Cessna line, and Southern channel at the end of Monument Ave. This was part of the mote

quickly." cancel the bombing and spot- Airways brought a Beechcraft under way to remove hazards from the lake while the water is low.
Everette 11. Williams Jr., Director landing contests, but the Falling Travelair. Starling I i Chevrolet, (Photo by Hamrirk)
of the State Board of Angels would not be stopped. They Rooney Pontiac, and Riedel Motors .5

Health's Bureau of Vital Statistics sent up six sky-divers to compete had new automobiles there and .:
said the bureau expects to for the Marathon Aviation Trophy. Esper had a nice display of their School Board Works OHS Gives Summer

have over 100,000 applications this The winner was Chris Ebersole, of jellies. Kissimmee Marine took a 4
year with the peak coming in Deland, who missed the center of couple of nice boats out, one of On Year's BudgetThe Program ReportThe

August a month before school the target by two feet after falling which was powered by the new .4w. .1.1ie school board Monday in first week of the summer
starts. So far, only 40,500 certifi- 7000 ft. Others in competition were :Mercury\ inboard-outboard. St. : school "Learn To Swim" program had :a
the 1962-63
cates have been issued. Dave Rider, Orlando, who also fell Clair Plastics'and Tupperware also studying based year participation of 585!) pupils at t the
budget agreed to retain the
"The longer parents wait to from 7000, Richard Bartlett, De- had exhibits. salary schedule for principals and Tropical Hotel pool. Lessons arc

make application for first-graders land, 4500 ft., Gary and Joe Du- Starling Chevrolet and Rooney increased supervisor of education conducted in the morning hours
which must be in writing the pius, Deland, 7000, and Frank Ki- Pontiac furnished courtesy cars for r from $7,500 to $7,900. each day ('xeeptdnedays': _
more the chance of delay becauseof zis, New York City 7000. Those the flying guests and Riedel Fun- ,4, On Wednesday of this week nn
the last-minute rush," he said. who jumped from 7000 ft. had a eral Home furnished an ambulance. __ They also agreed to increasethe educational trip will be taken to

-I "August at the bureau is like the 30 second delay before opening Helicopter and airplane rides transportation superintendentfrom SanLando Springs starting nt

't ____ week before Christmas at the post their parachutes. They opened were available.The $4,680 to $4,800. 8-30:: a.m. and students will return -
office." them at 2500. Bartlett had a 15 Aero Club is sponsoring an- ( The sumJUer recreation programwas about 4 p.m. Students making

_ ? Applications must include the second delay. other fly-in in conjunction with the approved by a three to one the trip should': bring their own
full name of the child; full name Keith Shelley, president of the Rodeo and will be having more .i', ,. C vote, as was the pay scale for packed lunch. The following \Wd-
teachers for adult education
of the father; full maiden name of Osceola County Chapter of theEIks.ToI4oId dances and bar-b-ques this year. classes. nesday. June 27. the trip will be

the mother; the day, month, year, The salaries of maintenance- to fabulous Cypress Gardens
i L. --- and _of birth whether Special students rate have been
city county ; Guild
--- -- LOST Call For A1r 1tt. -"fiIrL ;I. n-rd, building crew an.tJuneliromworkers
Secured school official Tot
t' child ia-male female! and by
PETER Warn right. who was" grubatd ae or ? r m a i n unchanged..
from Os* >ol* High School I this month under the American the child's race. The original birth Initiation_ TuesdayOn Summ Workshop Jr.. hose mother, Virginia However, the salaries of office these occasions.

Field Service Program was'honored .Bon Voyage party Sunday! certificate number should be included Last call for the Footlight The- Rothluebber) lives at 1516 Sun personnel in the school board office The Babe Ruth League programis

afternoon at the Episcopal Parish House. Peter leaves today fora if possible. If the child was Tuesday evening, June 26th, atre Guild's summer drama work- ny St., recently was assignedto were raised. moving along with two games
born in another staate the certifi- Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873 school per week in the four-team O;(' -
three weeks sightseeing tour of the eastern United States before shop for youngsters!' ( 82d Airborne Division at
from Montreal for his home Shown cate must be obtained from that will hold its regular monthly initia- issued this the ola County League. The Kissim-
sailing at Plymouth-England. grades 6 to 9)) was
Fort Bragg, N. C. Beard is a Rev. John WetmoreTo
state. tion at 8:00 o'clock, when the lodge mee Elks] lead the league at thepresf'nt
with him are left to right Father Wendell Hainlin Bob Allen week by Gill Brooks, chairman of
rifleman. lie entered the Armyin
George Lyons I and Teddy Redd. -(Photo by Hamrick). Before starting the first grade, officers, under the Kirchhoff leadership will of the workshop committee.The October 1961 completedbasic Serve At ChapelThe time with the Reidel Motors -
Exalted Ruler Bodo Dodgers in third place.
child also should have basic immunizations
ritual ceremonies. purpose of the workshop, training at Fort Jackson
perform the Other which
for diphtheria lockjaw Rev. John Wetmore has programs arc
Whooping cough smallpox Prior to the meeting, a roast beef said Mrs. Brooks, "is to stimulatethe S. C., and was last stationed at been approved by the First Bap- emerging in cooperation with the

Plans Changed For and, polio. The diphtheria-whoop- dinner will be served by the ladiesof child's creative imagination, Fort Benning, Ga. The 17yearold tist Church to serve as pastor of city program are available to the
ing-cough-lockjaw vaccine normally the auxiliary for $1.00 per per- develop and encourage creative soldier attended Osceola North Kissimmee Chapel. The young people of our community

is given babies at the age of son from 6:30 on. ability, develop an interest in and High School Kissimmee and is Rev. Mr. Wetmore has been sup- A night time basketball league
elected members to understanding of the theatre and the son of Daniel J. Beard, 844 the there will be formed interested
six to eight weeks, then twice The newly plying pulpit for some shortly-
Yacht Club Cruise more -at four-week intervals, boos- be initiated that evening include to lead the child" into new interestsand Sullivan Rd. College Park, Ga. time and has agreed to serve as students should contact the school

ters at 12 months and again at Ray W. Martin and Harry E. Hawkins hobbies. long as needed.He office.
four of St. Cloud; James W. Cook Best of all from the youngster's is an ordained Baptist minister The summer driver education
years. Praise
Members of the Tohopekaliga Lake Apopka, through Beauclair Parents should be sure to have Jr., of Haines City; and Larry Joe viewpoint it's fun. One of the projects Delegates obtaining: his education at program has forty enrollment who

Yacht Club have changed the desti- Canal, across Lakes Beauclair, the child's complete immunizationsand Roberson, E. E. Cox, Cecil Yates will be to create and develop Legion's Boys State Baylor University. He serves as will qualify to pass thjs course

nation for their June 23 cruise. Dora, Dora Canal. Lake Eustis, boosters up-to-date before Jr., Isaac Billy Clinton, and Don the theme for the Guild's floatin full-time director of admissions at this summer. In summer school

Tarpon Springs was the original lIanes Creek and Lake Griffin to school. Humble, all of Kissimmee.A the Silver Spurs Rodeo parades. High praise for the American Orlando Junior College. He will be somefifty or more students are
destination but because of weather special meeting has been arranged Perhaps there is an embryo Sarah Legion sponsored Boys State came on the field Sundays and Wednesday taking courses for credit in daily
the Yacht Club where
I predictions and safety factors Leesburg U of F Receives at the lodge hall for Fri- Bernhard Lionel Barrymore or this week from returning delegates evenings. morning classes.
Leesburg has been chosen instead. they will overnight. Shaw in this
June 22nd. at 8:00 George Bernard age from Kissimmee.
evening, :
Cruise master, Arlo Lawrence, The yachtsmen will return by th
Medical GrantsGrants o'clock, when all proposers and group now in the County. This Edward (Bo) was
announced, "All boats will leave same route Sunday afternoon. the members and their wives summer workshop is the way to elected county tax collector, district .
from Winter Garden city ramp No. Many of the club's 80 membersare new I
totalling more than halfa have been invited to get acquaintedwith find out.There Federalist party chairman,
1 at 3:00 June 23. From Win- expected to participate in this j
p.m. million dollars to the Universityof the facilities of the Club. The will be eight sessions city newspaper reporter on an :
ter Garden they will cruise across cruise.
Florida for medical science on the highlights
pro lodge officers and chairmen will held on each Tuesday and Thurs- page paper
jects were approved by the State present a short history of the day afternoon from 2 to 4 at the at Boys State and received a cer-

Legion Holds Flag Pete Lucas Heads Board of Control. Order, as well as the workings of Kissimmee Community House beginning tificatae for passing the Bar examination e I
With the exception of two the local organization, with the June 26 through July 20. as attorney-at-law. J) 0

Raising CeremonyA County RepublicansC. grants. all funds for health-related showing of a special film concluding A fee of $-1.00 is the only expense Hampton Sessions a member of by ihe Staff- ..,
research were awarded by the Na- the program. The ladies of involved notebook and the Federalist Party served on Gaytte
plus a pen
flag raising ceremong was H. (Pete) Lucas was elected tional Institutes of Health, includ- the auxiliary will offer refresh- or pencil. The various sessions the board of election and receiveda

held at the Kissimmee Airport chairman of the Osceola County ing a seven-year grant of $202,445for ments after the meeting. will be led by a member of the certificate at attorney-at-law by Henry Simmons has been named to (the junior college

Saturday, June 16th, by the Mak- Committee of the Republican studies of the central nervous During the last regular lodge Guild and they will cover such passing the Bar examination.Bill board for a one year term Ed Fennell was! elected to serve

inson-Carson Post No. 10. The flag Party Monday night. system to be directed by Dr. meeting the resignation from office varied phases of the theatre as Stephens Jr. was appointedcity as tax collector at Hoy's State, held last week at Tallahassee

was provided by the Post. Other officers elected were Ruth Thomas Maren of the College of was accepted by the members acting, stage craft, lighting, costuming counselman] and deputy. of the niuma Goldstein, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Goldstein; of
Medicine.All present from the Lecturing make set design, stage city police department.As 708 Catherine Street received Ph. D in Germanic
of St. up a Languageand
Legionnaire Ralph Rogers Watson vice chairman Federalist
Mrs. Jean members of the
; for filling
grants were for projects at First nominations -
terminology, interpretation, directing Literature at Radcliffe College Cambridge Mass. June
Anthem ,
Cloud sang the National Grice, secretary and Clinton H. the University's J. Hillis Miller this vacancy was held duringthe and creative approach. Party they boast of having defeated -
while Wendell Ketchum Sgt-at- Goodnough treasurer. Health Center. meeting. Second nominationsand the Nationalist Party can- 13th.The
arms, and Leonard Lisi, commander elections as well as other Applications may be mailed to didates to such important officesas Baptist Church closed its 20th vacation Bible School

raised the flag. Rifleman appointments to office, Box 861 Kissimmee. Or contact President of the Senate and Friday with an enrollment of over 300 students Virgil Le-

William Driver and Elmo Hedge- necessary will be held during the regular the Footlight Theatre Guild, P.O. President of the House, but can- roy Holt, son of Mr. and :Mrs. Johnny L. Holt, 1711 Catherine

cock presented arms. meeting on Tuesday evening June any member of the committee, not figure how they lost the Street, received a Bachelor of Science degree in English and

Mayor Albert Rogers was pres- 26th. All members are cordially invited which, in addition to Mrs. Brooks, governship to Bill McBride of the education at Anderson College Anderson. Indiana June 18th
ent for the ceremony and expressed the Exalted Ruler to attend include Darrell Gill, Louis French Nationalist Party. Fresh fishermen
by Florida water are being urged to buy
his appreciation to the these important meetings. and Jim Killip. They told Don Brown, chairman
their fishing licenses available at the officesof
legion for the flag and their partin of Boys State for Legion Post No. now. They are
the program.Movie. Mrs. E. J. Parker and daughter, 10, "We thought we had the all county judges and their authorized sub-agents.
Presbyterian School Alice, have returned from a visit governship in the bag for our Persons planning to retire are asked to get in touch with
with Lt. Col. and :Mrs. L C. Hicks candidate Terry Whipple." the Social Security agent two or three months in advance of

Menu Held Final SessionThe and family at Eglin Air Force However as consolation, Whip- their retirement.' The representative' will be at the Kissimmee -

Base. Mrs. Hicks is the former pie was selected to go to Boys community house at 9 a.m. July 2nd and 16th August6th
Vacation Church School at Anita Parker. Nation at Washington, D.C. and 20th September 17th.
SOUTH TH.UI. DRIVE IX the First United Presbyterian ,
THEATER In the released the Florida of
Church, Kissimmee held it's final report by Department
SIIOUINC: :\G >,KK.KWed. session Friday, June 15. Parents Safety Osceola County had 127 accidents reported in the
FIRST_ .....OIU.\2W thru%UO Tur SHOWING.. Ju." 2 e attended the 11:00 A.M. closing first three months of this year, with 68 persons injured .

7-la: A 11:30 service and saw displays of the Deposits in the 322 commercial banks in Florida totaled $5.3

!"IIKI.L IS"I I-Mil T.'.. HKROEVstarrlBK FavoriteVtl.K -* work and activities of the SchooL billion on January 1 of this year, an 8 percent gain over 1961

.*-\ TIIK rilOI UAMIrd. Programs in the various departments and 17 percent up from 1959, according to the Florida State
Frl. A >at. :0. ::1. 22.
\\ Thar. 23 : gave in review the Bible
5,40 ..Iy Chamber of Commerce.E. .
"RRSTLUD..\'-" II"1_. messages and songs learned duringthe
Judy tI.III.- weeks.Refreshments.
!*M.. M... A ....... ::-t. 25. :41 two were served each V.'. Cooper of the sewage disposal plant, and William

day by Circle Members of the Davis of the water plant attended a short course or five day

Women's Association.In training conference at the University of Florida last week .

TEMPERATURES THE FLEETS' IN-K. C. Moore, chairman of the Rotary sponsored addition to teachers previously Robert Allen, Richard Fletcher and Leo Girijard of Parks

DATE II L R Pram fleet is shown above explaining some of the points of named Junior High and Senior Furniture attended a five day LP gas service confereenceat

WED. 6.13 ......'_", 85 10 0.75 sailing to a group of the "Prammers.** who are, left to right Mike High pupils served as helpers and the University of Florida last week .

TII U. 6.14 ....._._.. 93.0 0 Moore. Jeff Davis. Tommy David Nancy 'eedham, Susan Shields are as follows: Wendy Suldo, Caroline Kissimmee's Valley Livestock Show won first place in

FRI. 6.15 ______ 91 71 0 Wendy Suldo and Barbara He k. The program is open to children Phay Valerie Suldo, Faith advertisements and scrapbooks at the Florida Fairs Short
SAT. 6.16 ____ 92 69 0.50 9 to 14 with the finest boats and equipment. However K. C. says Van Etten, Teresa Noe, Ronald for their
Course they also won second place rating sou-
SUN. 6.17 _..._.._ 90 65 O. OION. he needs help from someone who knows the finer points in sailing.It Bond, Jane Ann Clark and Harriet KISSIMMEE SYIPHOSETTE-MemMn of the Rotary sponsored This
venir and letter inserts folders. judgingwas
6.18 _..._ 93 70 0 is not necessary to be a member of a civic organization to take White. Kissimmee Symphonette are shown above as they presentedtheir programs or
TUE. 6.19 __ 92 69 0 part in the project, Moore said.-(Photo by Hamrick). The School was under the direction second concert at the Kissimmee Community House Sunday based on competition of fairs under 90,000 attendance.CUffeht .
of Dr. Olive Fish. afternoon. (Photo by Hamrick)

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// 2 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs, June 21, 1962 I.itive as possible and many Bible School To

The second game of the turnbillsaw t: ."'.<..' ,:: '<<';., Historical Society numerous mens of birds small can animal be ped-I Close With SupperThe

.f' the Kiwanis gather their sec- .. : :.. -\ The historians from closing of the First Methodist -

limn ond win of the second half as they :" .. v. ..,' ,. ....,- .' County who visited the park Sun- Vacation Bible School will be
scored a 17-14 victory over Mick- /.;:_ (1,-' ": > "Arat 't .'x. ::, .. .' Picnics At omoka uay were: especially intrigued with marked with a covered dish supper -

LEAGUE lers in a free scoring game. Jim- :::f. .:, '.:y; '.: :. ;1 1"J this adventure bacKWard into time to be hold! Friday mgnt at
RESULTS my Chapman slammed out 3 hits ; ; tor a study of some of Florida's six o'clock in the church bunga-
((2 doubles and a triple) to pace : Following their program of taking the Timucuans at their village of Indian lore, and to enjoy a picnic

the winners. Winning pitcher was ;#A1J. -*.'.> .. '" an annual field trip eve "> \ocoroco on the peninsula where under moss-draped oaks: in woe 01 low.Each family is to bring a
Dennis Higgins while Ronnie Baker u : summer, members of the Osceola I Tomoka now is. tne state's l less crowded park covered dish and table service.

RESULTS was tagged with the loss. /jL-r: / County Historical Society went to It was said that one of the escapees In the afternoon they visited Following the supper "Open
Games of 6-11-62 Score by Innings ; avL Tomoka' State Park Sunday for a the Bulow Plantation ruins, which House" will be held in the educational -
In the first game of a scheduled 1234 RUE ... picnic meeting. The group assembled a young Frenchman, Ern-
est D'Erlack, fell in love with was once a great sugar mill with building.
double-header saw the Rotary the home of Mr.\ and
Micklers\ ((10)) 013 14 5 5 r at I
edge past the Lions 11-8. For the in Issena, niece of the Indian chief. hospitable mansIon. wsone
Kiwanis 6263 1792 Gene Hetherington Holly
ol tae largest and Past Noble GrandsTo
Rotary big Bobby Bowen collected t there Later Issena became a Christian, strongestof
Batteries: Hill[ and from they were
ail! the plantations of the Halifax
2 for 4 while Terry Mackey and of the historical and they were married prior to Meet June 29thThe
Eide, R. Baker ((2)) and Kelly: conducted on a tour count rum the beginningof
Mark Blevins each collected two returning:: to France where she be- ly
which is three mites
Bauknight, Higgins ((1)) and Chapman site the li'tn' century until all were Past Noble Grands Club of
hits for the Lions. The Lions helda Beach. came famous at the French court.
north of Ormond
the Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge will
sr destroyed by me of the Sem-
4-0 lead until the bottom of the History records that by 17GO the lury
Standings The primitive serenity of the inoles in 18! i6. meet Friday, June 2Dth) at the
3rd inning when Rotary explodedfor park, which covers an area of 712 peaceful Timucuans were gone,
American LeagueW Those from Osceola Coun- home of :Mrs. Raleigh Rolls instead -
9 runs on only 4 hits. Winning from but other Indians followed and going
L Pct. acres, is largely unchanged of the regular date.
pitcher was Larry Rose while an Indian village continued to ex- ty to enpy the day were Kenneth I
of Timucuan Indians.It
Rotary 3 0 1.000 ax'g.AaY the days the
Duncan, president of the local
:Mark\ Blevins suffered the defeat. ist. What is now Tomoka Park
is located small
Kiwanis 2 1 .667 on a peninsula
;4'1wi Historical Society, and Mrs.\ Dun-
Oswald Plan-
of four
Score by Innings Tomoka and Halifax was one
Micklers 12 .333 where the CARD OF THANKSWe
Mr. and Mrs. Preston Buffin-
tations 20,000 acres. I
12345 HUE Lions 0 3 .000 rivers join. comprising ton, Charles Hartley and Frank wish to thank the doctors
_ Richard Oswald, an important
American League Near this junction is a huge I and nurses of the KisMmmee
Lions 40004 871 Osborne all
figure at the British court, help- of St. Clued: ; :Mr. and
Team Hitting 4L statue depicting the Tomokie leg- Mrs. : Hospital; the Riedel Funeral
'obertIetzger and
Rotary 00920 11 61 which son
ed draft the I
AB 137 Avg. end. It has life-size Indians inn peace treaty Home and friends and neighbors -
Tommy and Mrs. Bessie Eubank
Batteries ended the Revolutionary
: It in the his..immeeIolor
Kiwanis 374 137 .366 bright-hued ornaments. was :
Blevins, Odom ((3)) Fetters 5)) and Lions 277 87 .314 b a b designed and executed b the fam- Some reminders of this English Mrs.others Gene attending were Mr.Mr. and Court for their kindness and
the form Hetherington; and
plantation still remain in
Macky Williams Rose Bowen Rotary 323 100 .309 .r ous painter and sculptor, Fred help during the illness and
; ((2)) a; t V Dana) Marsh. of the network of rice canals partly Mrs. C. G. Phillips, Paul, Joyce: death of husband.
(5)) and Everson.GREEJ"l'S. Micklers 323 94 .291 I visible in the tidal marshes. and John Phillips, all of Holly my
American League According to the Tomokie legend Mrs. Earl Dick and Family.Master
The park has been left as prim-
Top Hitters the Indians considered a cer-
FUELSales Story (Kiwanis) 52 30 .577 r M fief w 4 wu C Y t .,: ie v,(u S j"VQ tain spring in the area to have --- --
Bowen (Rotary) 44 25 .568 curative powers. They believed a

and Service Mackey (Lions) 47 26 .553 messenger from the Great Spirit
Phone 847-4172 847-4171 Chapman (Kiwanis) 51 27 .529 I : ; ,' was sent each evening to drink
Fetters (Lions) 38 17 .447 > from the messengers wings gave
KISSIMMEE Higgins (Kiwanis) 50 22 .440. the waters their curative power. n

Fer Gas Delivery, Phone Kelley (Micklers) 42 17 .405 Tomokie was an arrogant and

Harold Wigal 847-2058 E. Carter (Rotary) 42 17 .405 ENTERS OPEN Local golf pro Richard Veleta is shown practicing powerful chieftain, who schoffedat
R. A. Fletcher sn-4539 A. O'Berry (Kwns.) 44 17 .386 for the Florida Open<< Golf Tournament at Lehigh Acres.<< the tradition and offended the Iis adhutw ii t
Kenneth Bledsoe Carroll (Micklers\ ) 34 13 .382 other Indian tribes by drinking
Sponsored by the Osceola Golf and Country Club Veleta<< l<< began Technicians
892-7695 (St. Cloud) Everson (Rotary) 32 12 .375 his first round in the tournament today. the sacred waters, and completing
For Gas Service PhoneJ. Schedule L _L I his desecration by taking the curi- Service Conference
JIlt" JIlt" JIlt" ously wrought sacred which .f
B. Rountree 847-4062 American League I cup I Ia.t.mmelt
AafltaHsustj! ::! cnraMicatidbthi: :
Robert Allen Thursday, June 21 Dick Veleta Enters Funeral Services heretofore had never been touchedby .
f i! sena sIilI !!
Emory Bronson 847-4570 Kiwanis vs. :Micklers > human hands.
DickEarl i
Held For Ear!
Leo Girourd 847-2061 Rotary vs. Lions Florida Open I This started a war, and during' I
R. H. Hall 892-1212, St. Cloudor Monday, June 25; Richard Veleta, golf pro at the Dick, 76, died i in a local the battle, every arrow was aimedat <:.JK"U.R (JA11)R111t5KProud

call h. T Simmons, Mgr. Lions vs. Micklers Osceola Golf and Country Club, is hospital Wednesday. Mr. Dick was Tomokie. But he remained unharmed -

847-4819 Rotary vs. Kiwanis entered in the Florida Open Golf.I born in Winamac, Ind., he was a until Okceta, a beautiful
Walter maiden of tribe sent
Alderman ,
8473342R. enemy
Thursday, June 28 Tournament. The tournament is retired building contractor and
W. Lassater 847-2012 I an arrow into his heart. I =
Micklers being played at the Lehigh Acres moved to Kissimmee 3 years ago -
John Evans St. Cloud, 892-3482 vs. Rotary near Ft. Myers. The opening round She then rushed forward to take as we arc to receive this Service Citation .
and made his home in Kissimmee
Kiwanis vs. Lions began today. The final round is the sacred cup from Tomokie's \\c feel it i is more important to explain what this

i scheduled for Sunday. Motor Court. dying grasp, only to die herself Our award can mean to you. And its simply this:
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. from a poisoned arrow. Her tribes- /
the Osceola Golf
MOTOR and Sponsored Country by Club, Valeta left for Tola Dick, Kissimmee; son, Rus- men, enraged, annihilated Tomo- '+i i When you bring your car to us for service, you
CLEANING the west coast Monday to get in as sell Dick, of Mishowaka, Ind.; kie's followers, and buried Oleeta W. always :get; the right job done at the right price! I
daughter, Mrs. Mary Tabor, South Service
near spring. '
many practice rounds as possibleon : That's because we arc active members (thus the
Bend, Ind.; brother, Harry Clark, The has -
sculptor dramaticallyportrayed
Expertly Done the championship course. Winamac, Ind. Citation) of the Chrysler! Corporation MASTER
the legend, and the --
Valeta has been at the local
pro Funeral services were held in : TECHNICIANS: SERVICE CONFERENCE; a
golf links since April, 1961. Cap- statue shows Tomokie standing Citation I :::::
tain of the Central Methodist Col- the chapel of the Riedel Funeral atop the structure surrounded by continuous program of advance information that
Complete Automotive Home at 10:00 A.M. Saturdaywith = keeps our technicians -to-date on the best
lege golf team he was also golf enemy bowmen, with Oleeta loos- -- up ways
Cleaning Service pro and instructor during his three Rev. A. L. Kirkland offici- ing her fatal arrow in the fore- to service your car.
ating. ground. In front of the statue is is -
in the
Army. yourgain
years Pallbearers Andrew A. By taking the "guesswork" out of service we can
Ask For Pete 1 a little pool, which symbolizes the ;
::. save: time and Next time needs
fix.SMITTY'S Walworth, George L. Wright, Eb. sacred spring Tomokie violated. you money. your :lr
Legion AuxiliaryTo Louis Oancetet Lucien ; service drive it into service
Jones, J. The area is the historical background I our department where
Meet ThursdayThe Archambault, Sewell Grout. for another event. Whenin i =:i you'll! meet the most satisfied customers in town!
Interment in Osceola Mem-
was the early days of Spanish-
AMOCOAt executive committee and
ory Gardens under the direction of 6
French exploration and occupationof
members of the American Legion the Reidel Funeral Home.
Auxiliary Unit No. 10 will meetat St. Augustine, Pedro Mendenezled
the Legion Home Thursday, the massacre of the French RIEDEL MOTORS

The Center June 21st, at 12 noon. Columbus brought cucumber Huguenots a few miles north at :+
All membes are asked to attend seed to Haiti in 1494. DeSoto Matanzas Inlet, tradition says

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-- Delta Alphas Hold i Bride-elect Feted The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., June 21, 1962 3:

Sky Lake ScribblingsBy Final Season MeetingThe r JA At Linen Shower Birthday AnniversaryCelebrated "Letters To Lucerne"To

Delta Alpha Chapter of Miss Leslie Mann, bride-elect, SundayMr. Play June 22 23
Epsilon Sigma Alpha held its final whose marriage to Henry Yates ,

meeting for the season Monday, will take place in July, was the and Mrs. W. B. Arnold were "Letter To Lucerne" by Rotter
Eunice B. Lett June 18 at Hart Memorial Library.Mrs. honored guest at a linen shower guests at a barbecue Sunday at
Pete Lee presided in the absence Tuesday evening. the home of Mr. and Mrs. George and Vincent, plays Friday and

of Mrs. George Bishop, for the Lorenz in Partin Settlement. The Saturday, June 22 and 23, at the
Hostesses evening were
president. \ Mrs. Pat Dollar and Miss Emma occasion marked their 50th wed- Orange Blossom Playhouse in Or-
On Thursday-evening, June 14th, Freeman of Hamden, Conn., where ding anniversary Mrs. Arnold's
Plans were discussed for the an- Lou Clark. The home of Mrs. Dol- lando. This is the annual teen-age
at Oak Ridge High School a meet- Rev. Freeman is pastor of the nual Fall Dance, with committee lar was beautifully decorated for 69th birthday and Father's Day. Lisa
is directed
ing was called for interested home First Baptist Church. chairman named as follows: Dance :; fr. the occasion. Appropriately dec- Those present were Mr. and Mrs. production and by
owners of Sky Lake, to discuss the Miss Daune Thomas has arrivedto Chairman, Mrs. Frank Godwin; orated cake squares and fruit Raymond Clemons and children Hawley. The play concerns the a
school in Switzerland at
necessity of a civic organizationin spend the summer with her par- Co-chairman Mrs. Bob Makinson; punch were served from a beauti- Connie, Ronnie, Joyce and Larry girls outbreak the second World War
Sky Lake. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas, Location, Mrs. Jim Dulgar; Decor- fuly appointed table. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Clemons and

Mr. James Kennedy acted as at 7301 Brockbank Drive. Miss ations, Mrs. J. D. Hanlon; Enter- '.:' .' '' The bride-elect received children, Bob, Art and Dickie, Mrs. and presents a strong case for
many international understanding
chairman, and Mrs. Thomas has completed her sopho- tainment, Mrs. Johnny Bryant and ; Tom Thornton and children, Janice,
1 .f:. : and also witha
.. gifts was presented Vic White-
; set was designed by
Dorothy Thomas as temporary sec more year at Mary Washington Mrs. Floyd Shephard; Refresh- ,:........:': ,: and bowl of her Billy and Margaret, Mrs. June Al-
.N creamer sugar hurst, himself, and
retary.Mr. College of the University of Virginia ments, Mrs. Donald Edwards; In- ...:,., .' : ". \{ chosen pattern by her hostesses.The britton, Noble King of St. Cloud constructed a teen-ager the
by high-schoolers.
George Shaffer spoke on and will enter the Universityof vations Mrs. Bill Gephart; Pub- : ..;.. :..- Johnny Adams of Orlando Glen I
fall for < > I> guest list included her Thomas, Miss Sandra Corbitt Mr. i Tickets are to be had at the regular -
her Junior
Florida this licity, :Mrs. Bob :Makinson.Of ''
the need for a civic organization, ".'::' :.1-. ..,. mother, Mrs. Pauline Mann; Mmes. and Mrs. George Lorenz and chil- summer rate: $1.50 for adults
and when opportunity was given year.Mr. i' interest to the community is : Mary Boyd Beryl Spiers, Ruth dren, Dora, Patsy, Buddy and and 75 for children. Curtain i> at
many good thoughts were heard and Mrs. Harry Stone, 901 the lecture which will be given e '" Alderman, Ruth Griffin, Jessie Donnie. 8 p.m.
from the floor. Linton, have had as guests this by Dr. Cornelia Lancaster of, x: Mae McMasters, Lucille Densmore,
There had been' short notice past week Bobby and Craig Goss- : Gateway School, Orlando, Monday, Joy Roberson, Henry Simmons, Mrs. Dorothy Sphaler and chil-
of Louisville, Kentucky. They 23 at the dren of Taft were the only ones
man July Community House.
given of this meeting, but based Judy Makinson, :Martha, Turner,
there left Sunday for Miami and other The public is invited to attend this : of the Arnold children who were I Lots Restricted .
upon such wasa Ralph Yates, Betty Jean Yates, I
points of interest in a tour of lecture as it will be most infor- unable to attend. I
of home-
good representation Effie Simmons, Robert Eby, Gus for Single Homes SIC
Florida before returning to Ken- mative the work
on being for
and definite and sincere
owners a Mann, Nelda Tarcai, Irene Rose,
interest was shown.A tucky. the children attending Gateway :Melba Tregre, Truitt Schellenberg.Also Bud and John'sService Down $7 Month $595
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Jones, 7900 School.
"Board of
temporary Pam Dymmek Patty Yates, & Up TROPICAL
Skyview Drive, have received a The program, The Ideals of Epsilon
named and a follow-up meet Nellie and Patsy Koger, Elinor All MakesOf
letter from their son, Buddy, with Sigma Alpha PARK 441 In
ing planned. was presentedby Weir, Ruby Bass, Carol Boyd, Joy on
the U. S. Navy and now in Ire- Mrs. Frank Broyles, Mrs. Glen Air
Those named were: Mr. John r Ledbetter, Brenda Lupfer, Mary North Kissimmee
land, that he will land in Charleston Haggard and Mrs. Kenneth Ather-
Jane Sharon Spiers, and KISSIMMEE I'H 847-4306
Hunter, Mr. George Shaffer and South Carolina on June 28thor ton. Spiers, :
Mr. Frank Duty. Mr. F. L. Anderson Dianne Koger, all of Kissimmee.
will arrive home fora
29th and Refreshments .
were then servedto kAa. --
as acting treasurer. Mmes. Elaine Adams, Edith
short leave with his parents in the following members
e : Mmes Antine, Edna Clark; Misses Freida
The Sky Lake recreation direc- Sky Lake. Frank Broyles, Jim Dulgar, Buck Dagget, Irene Dawson, Janet Har- Radio andTV SALES SERVICE

tors, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Houston, Miss Jeannette Cuykendall, Murphy, Glen Haggard, Kenneth ding, Miriam Swagger, Mary Wat- ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Atherton, Frank Godwin, J. C. COMPLKTP HOME FUnMSUI
are on vacation, and the recreation kins, all of St. Cloud. Also Martha
Cuykendall, 1409 Forrester Ave., demons Bill Pennington, Almond I
program is now under the directionof Brownell, Billie Jo Workman and FURNITURE CO.
is spending three weeks as coun- Drummond, Larry Blankenship, PARKS
Mr. Williard Mayfield. z Judy O'Rear of Orlando.
selor at the Methodist Youth i Bob Makinson, David Putnam and Kissimmee St. Cloud
Mrs. Ceathus Rhoads and her Florida. Pete Lee.WCTU.
Camp at Leesburg,
daughter, Miss Alice Rhoads, who Miss Cuykendall graduated from I Mid-County Club

has returned home for the sum- Oak Ridge High School this RECENT RRIDE-Miss Carol Anne Dawkins and Earl Baughman Plans PicnicAt
mer from the University of Flor-
spring.Mr. To Meet united in marriasce- June 9th at the First Baptist Church. Dr.
ida, left Tuesday morning for were the June meeting of the Mid-
and Mrs. Frank Lawrenceand
Honolulu, Hawaii to spend a Thursday NightThe i H. P. Amos officiated.Presbyterians County Home Demonstration Club,
daughter, Marie, are leavingfor .
month or more with Mrs. Rhoads' an extended trip to Huntsville -' plans were made for their annual WATERFRONT HOME

mother, Mrs. Theresa Thoene.Mr. Alabama where they will visit Woman's Christian Temperance To I Presbyterian WomenTo picnic.
and Mrs. Walton Chunn Union will hold its regular Mrs. Nettie Ward, hostess for
and her
niece monthly Thursday June Relief Meet June 25thThe the month served refreshments.The .
and daughter and son left early husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carmen meeting Aid Cuban ,
Monday after spending two weeks Lulrana Jr. 21st., at 7:30 p.m., at tbp Free picnic will be on Tuesday, 3-Bedrooms, 2Baths. Mathis Climate Control. Beautiful

I with Mrs. Chunn's parents, Mr. Mr. ,Lurana is stationed at Methodist Church. Cartons are placed in the foyerof June meeting of the United August 14th. Members will be 30 ft. Sweep of Draperies Across Florida Room, Living
and Mrs. D. L. Lett, on :Marlowe he connected The devotion is in charge of the First United Presbyterian Presbyterian Women's Associationwill notified when it will be held. Theyare
Huntsville where is Room Waterfront.. Dock Double &
Avenue. with the Redstone Arsenal. Reverend Harold Loutzenheiser, Church and in the educational be held Monday, June 25th, at invited to bring their husbandsand Opening Carporte

The Chunn's small son did not From Huntsville the Lawrence'swill assistant pastor of the First Chris- building the last Sunday of the 8 o'clock at the educational build- families. Chickens, purchasedwith Cement Driveway.

like the beach at Cocoa last week, travel to New Orleans, La., tian Church. month for canned goods. ing.Mrs. money from the club treasurywill
said the water wouldn't stand still! and other points south. Pledges to the Flags will be These are sent to the Cuban Re- : Alice Martin will be the be served. Other dishes will FOR COMPLETE DETAILS SEE
After visiting points of interestin Miss Marie Lawrence will gc presented by Miss Virginia Hat- lief at :Miami where they are sor- guest speaker, using as her topic be donated.

Florida Mr. and Mrs. Chunn by plane to Cleveland, Ohio in chell, a member of the First Bap- ely needed. "Latin America."

and family will visit in Ashville, July where she will visit :Mrs. tist Church Kissimmee. Duet by Hostesses will be Mrs. Kenneth Davis AgencyW.
North Carolina for a few days and Lawrence's mother, Mrs. Ernest Reverend and Mrs. W. Carl Beat- Caldwell, chairman and Mmes. Byron DO you !lit'FF.R FROMl
then return to their home in Har- Walker. ty, and a skit entitled, "SHERYL Film To Be Shown Hileman, Mamie Bovis, Ray EmphysemaAsthma

risburg, Illinois where Mr. Chunnis Miss Lawrence will return with FINDS OPEN DOORS", by Misses : At Youth CenterA Green, Jay Woods, Harry Johnstonand H. Morse Corporation
supervisor of music in the city her aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Karen Skinner Evelee Hart and G. T. Greer.

schools. Russell Berry and daughter, Joan, Runnet Holtzclau.The feature film, "The Big Beat" Florida Counselors Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Freeman who will visit the Lawrence's in Reverend M. Fred Toms, will be shown Friday at 1:30 at Birth Announcement Realty
1131 Linton, have had as guests their attractive home at 7205 pastor of the Nazarene Church, the youth center, according to Art It Ton do then arnd for Vrrrpamphlrt
on the line and nntrty
Mr. Freeman's brother and sister- Brockbank Drive. will present a report on CHRISTIAN Dyer, director. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Parker of O\\C.KN; right in your own Sun Empire Realty
m-law, Rev.. and Mrs. Herbert The neighborhood talk in Sky CITIZENSHIP and Rev. W. The film a musical, stars Gogi announce the birth of a 6 lb. 7 oz. honir.THR.

-ATHLETE'S- Lake is assessed valuation on Carl Beatty will present a book Grant. William Reynolds, Andrea daughter, Belinda Jean, Sunday, E. J. MTZ COMPANYP.O.
review on "Today's Deceiver." Martin Stone and June 17th, at the Orange Mem- Ito: 6193
HOW TO TREAT IT- home owners from the Tax As- Jeffrey top ..1117arrrn flood Rose Goodwin Moore
Apply Itmtaat-drylng T-I-I*. You sessor of Orange County. Lots of The public is cordially invited. recording: guest stars.A orial HospitalMrs. \>. Palm llrarh. Kla.PhoBr .
fffl it takr hold to. rhrrk. ....lal..... us are newcomers but before longwe small donation will be accepted Parker is the former Jane TK 3-OSSO,
burning, in Inlnu.... Thru In :2 twS
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nil drug ....r.... hard thing is to make a iving. N the : .. ., fd" II f
announce the birth of an eight ow. .Test drive : : : '

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Man Sized Jobs Retired Officers I The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee._ Florida, Thurs.. June 21. 1962 5ENJOY

Gardens Open In U.S. ArmyIf To Meet ThursdayThe

Orange Jottings
., you can qualify, there's a Central Florida Chapter of
man-sized for in oi the Retired Officers Associationwill
3 t job you one

: By ) ,J .'':1.; the combat arms of the modern hold its final dinner meetingof

t <. ., ', v Army. Fcr instance, Artillery. the summer Thursday evening
ANNA J. REYNOLDS < : :,: \ June 28th. at the McCoy Air Force
wn- in history has
< Every war relied .
f ; l "t-: ;';.>I;, ., Base Officers'Club.. ;
on men who could pound the q a .
enemy into submission, or hold Raymond E. Barnes of Orlando, aa

them at bay, with artillery. In an Attorney with the law firm of "
It has been said that when a Mrs. Wm. A. Sawyers of Janet ;
the middle ages, catapults and Berson, Barnes and Inman and
man gets depressed and "Can'ttake Street is visiting for several days '
stones did the job. Gunpowder president of Corporate Group
it no more,' he goes on a with her friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. S
changed all that. And now missiles Service, Inc., will be the guest
binge, while a woman goes on a T. Root of 1820 Edwin Bird, Win- :} *
the His "The Master v
give an artilleryman greatest speaker. subject,
spending spree. Be that as it may, ter Park. Next week Mrs. Saw- "
fire-power of all time. Road Plan of Florida.
it was interesting to read in a yers is expecting her son and :
current Sunday magazine issue daughter-in-law Mr.\ and Mrs. ., The tools of Artillery read like Barnes received his law degree y kil

how the Women's Auxiliary of Robert J. Sawyers and their chil- ,the headlines of a newspaper: Red- from Cumberland University n''

the Student Medical Asscoiation dren, Bobby and Terry Ann, of '. stone, Corporal, Hawk Honest 1937. He has been active in pro

of George Washington University Merrick Long Island, N. Y. They aww ,Jt : John, Nike-Hercules. They're all fessional and commercial actiVIties
> / ; when join the Combat in this area. During the period -
demonstrated what a few beauty will stay over the July 4 hoW .s yours you
aids and a new dress or other \ Soldiers of the Artillery.A 1937 to 1946 he served in van-

wearing apparel can do for a day.Conrad Hilton is a shrewd busi- y .1t .' ,. countdown on the pad is an ouse capacities with the Industrial)

woman's morale and wellbeing.That nessman who is always attunedto :\ r experience no man can forget, andas Commission including deputy com-

organization of workers: tried the times. He heard about the .. an Artilleryman you'll taKe partin missioner, assistant general) counsel '

out this theory at a mental hos- booming divorce mill in Las Vegas countdowns as a matter of daily and general counsel. He was a : -
MOVE INTO NEW HOME: Mr. and Mrs. T. Satterfieldare
will be the director of the Workmen's
routine. job com-
pital in the D.C. area with amaz- and plans to build a hotel where our sameas
ing results. about-to-be divorces can establish shown above with K. C. Moore left, at their new home which that held by generations of pensation Division, Florida Indus- 1.,,
Moore recently completed at East Lake. Satterfield, who has just P
before Pave the trial Commission from 1945 t
residence. It'll be called the Jilt- gunners you. way
above to
The article brought
retired from the Airforce as a master sergeant, built the home under for the ground thrust in attack
mind the work done by the vari- in'-Hilton. the VA Loan program with a direct loan from the veterans operations. Or hold back and de- 1947.He
These days they're making was executive secretary
Guilds who meet in
ous administration. These direct loans available in Osceola County
Gardens Community great strides in medicine-frozen are stroy the thrust of enemy troops. Lawyers Title Guaranty Fund, Or-
because VA loans are not available through loan agencies
on cus-
House at regular intervals, as wellas Band-aids for cold cuts and But those gunners would envy }'ou.Today's lando from 1947 to 1948 and or- t
tom built homes. -(Photo by Hamrick).
reach far-
the other groups in and around they have a new tranquilizer now artillery can ganized this title insurance company

Kissimmee. If the reactions are called Damitol. It doesn't really ther, with better accuracy and for the Bar Association of r

as happy as the photographs indicated relax .ou-it just makes you en- with more destructive force than Florida and for the next six years

in the above article, we are joy felling tense. I any weapons in history. served as chairman of its board oi

sure that these groups of volun- As usual this time of year, Artillery is one of the most directors. From January 1949 to

teer workers will feel amply re there will be one re-run after an- technically complex of the Combat January 1953 he served as chair-

paid. other on the TV program. Well, Arms. So, you'll have to master man of the Florida Industrial

anyway, it will be a good home some of the sharpest skills a Commission. In 1950 he was elected

The well-placed mail boxes area for the old jokes! 4 thatezwq Soldier can learn. ou may learn vice president, International)

great convenience in the Gar- : 1 about radar and electronics, com- Association, Industrial Boards and
munications, vehicle maintenance; Commissions and later served as
dens when has Veterans
especially one an 608,000
name it, Artillery probablyhas of CK11SE -- )Ir. and :Mrs Raymond Franklin
important letter to mail and the ( '\ you president the association until recently returned
weather looks too stormy or is Living in FloridaThe By BETTY EBY it.There's. 1952. from a refreshing cruise aboard the S S. II.VHM[ V ST\R

much too hot to make a special ,1 a man-sized job waitingfor In 1953, Barnes organized Cor- to near-b Nassau overnight h\ hip from :Miami, with the ship

trip to the post office. latest survey made by the ; .. you. Can you fill it? porate Group Service, Inc., in Or- docking right at Bay Street in the delightful, tropical island. Twodays

Another convenience which we Veterans Administration shows L. ,.ia See your Army Recruiter about lando and served as general coun- and a night were spent sightseeing swimming and shoppingin
there are 608,000 war veteransnow your job in the U. S. Army. He is sel director colorful Nassau.
would greatly appreciate would be secretary until
living in Florida, accordingto located the Kissimmee
at Post Of-
the installation of one or two pub- Birthday congratuations t his Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, was 1957 when he became presidentand

lic telephone booths. There are Veterans W. W.Service Parker,Officer.Of Osceola. County week are being sent to C. L. Koehl, elected treasurer of Alpha Delta fice every Tuesday at 11:00 A.M. owner of Corporate Group water High School. Barnes is a Temple Baptists To

doubtless many residents of the this total number, 394,000are June Rogers Peters, Dessie Mann, Kappa, honorary teachers fratern- Service, Inc. He was first chair- Thirty second degree Mason,

i Gardens who do not feel the need veterans of World War II. Kay Barber, Johnny Kessler, Jim ity, at their convention held at Record Number Of man of the Workmen's Compensation Shriner, and a member of The Hold Bible School

of regular telephone service but Lupfer, Robert Day, Marcene Miami. Netha is a first grade Committee of the Florida
There veterans of the Grads
are 136,000 EmployedA First Methodist Church of Orlan-
would nevertheless need to makean Standridge, Alice Ann Harbison, teacher at Audobon in Orlando.Mr. Bar Association and served as Vacation Bible School will begin -
emergency phone call occas- Korean Conflict plus an additional Mark Sessions, Carol Sue Hutch- and Mrs. Hugh Lee Kellerof record number of June gradu- chairman in both administrations Jo and serves on its Board of at the Temple Baptist Church''

ionally to a local hospital or other 27,000 veterans,War already listed I inson, Barbara Walker, Walter Knoxville, Tennessee have been ates from the University of Flor- of Judge Don Carroll and Lanci .Stewards. Monday and continue through July
with the World II veterans
,I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cov- ida secured employment before 4th with classes for all
during Harris Caroline visiting Lazonby.In ages.
unexpected occurence a who also saw service again in the Nelson, Luther Reservations for the dinner
time when there were no taxicab Korean Conflict. r Myers. Best wishes to each of you. ington this week.Contracts they received their degrees, Mau- January 1961, Barnes was The church is also in the middleof
meeting may be made by writing
services available to take them to rice Mayberry, the University'sdirector a revival with brother Jimmy
Florida also has veteransof I Mr. and Mrs. Grover .
72,000 appointed vice-chairman of the
of placement said this CWO Clement J. Childress USA,
the central office, for instance. World WarI, according to this I have returned after a three weeks i Awarded Madison. Everyone is invited to attend -
week. Florida State Turnpike authority 827 Harrison Street Orlando
or these services at 8 o'clock.
latest VA while additional visiting relatives at
Mrs. Charles L. Zimmerman of' 6,000 veterans tally, of the an Spanish- vacation Chattanooga spent, Tenn. I For Fallouts Along with the record demandfor i by Governor Farris Bryant. oy phoning GA 5-0763. The church is located at the

716 N. Catherine St., has returned American War the Indian Wars William VanVleck graduates in almost every Barnes married the former Vir- Retired officer personnel of the foot of the overpass on South
Mr. and Contracts have been awarded by
field, starting salaries have con- various services who may have Bermuda.
home after about absencein
Ohio.a year's She has and career ex-servicemen who now of St. Louis, Mo., visited Mrs. Mal the U. S. army Corps of Engineersto tinued their upward climb, May- ginia Dowling of Tamp They recently moved into this area are
Youngstown, receive compensation, reside with-I Lamb this week while touring the eight more arcnuect-engineer have two daughters Eecky,
brought her three grandchildrenwith berry said, showing an increaseof a ordially invited to attend this Production volume of winter
in the state. state. Mr. Van Tteck' is executor .ing firms to start the second phaseof $15 to $25 month Juneof student Florida State Univer- dinner[ meeting whether or not
her. It is expected that Mr. The nation wide total numberof College. per over I cabbage in Florida this year i.s 17
Zimmerman will return in the fall. veterans as of December 31 directive of Principia the statewide fallout shelter last year. I sity and Lane, a student at Edge- members of the local chapter. per cent greater than average.T4kETh'ErRIp .
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Autrey have survey, it was announced today by .
1U61, the date of this survey, stoodat Edward J. Smith Osceola
returned after spending a vacation Major :
Judging from the sounds of hilarity
This includes 15-
with their daughter and fami- County Civil Defense Director.
coming from Orange Gar- 138,000 World War 11 veterans
; I ly, the Tommy Homers, in New The second phase of the shelter
Community Building
4,542,000 Korean Conflict veterans
Jersey.Mr. involves studies of buildings LIVE-IT-UP WHEN YOU
Friday, the Friendship Club members plus 1,012,000 World War II veter- surveys -
and Mrs. Bill Ingram are
which have fac-
had a real enjoyable time at who also service
ans saw againin
vacationing at Highlands, North of 40 this J (/ CRAVE
tor or more ( means a
their covered-dish "Picnic. In the Korean
; 2,511,000 SAVE-IT-UP
Carolina. Buddy is visiting rela-
is 40 times safer inside the
fact, they had such a good time World War I veterans; and, 147- Alabama.Mr. person WiTI7YEC1ta'a'lLxSAl'E
tives at Opelika,
they voted to do it again the third 000 other veterans of the Spanish- structure than he would be on
Friday in July July 20th. American War, Indian Wars and and Mrs. Enoch Herzbergand the outside) to determine what !
returned this FORD
daughter Cindy DEALER
s career changes would be required to
ex-servicemen comprisingLutherans
week from. a tour of the western .
bring the shelter to. mini- .
'Finyok. -jest r eei'r.4, t6seRaa.lar EM.\tlishrAent. UP >L .
.. ... included
.. states which sightseeing
mum protection factor 0.100 or 1
are In' the Berlin Memorial Li- \
at Disneyland, Hollywood, San
more. Only shelters capable of i
brary loan for the
on summer To Hold Francisco, the Seattle World's
from Florida State accommodating 50 or more persons -
Library. Theyare _;
Fair and points in Canada.
Instruction and minimum
listed Class having a pro- VACATION
as Juvenile and young Mrs. Ethel Ruic left this week
tection factor of 100 will be marked -
adult-but we, who are listed as for California where she
Pastor William by jet Civil Defense officials.
senior citizens, want to read them J. Hoerger, will spend several weeks visitingat by
also. They appear that intriguing: present Vicar of Grace Lutheran Hollywood.Mrs. Listed below are the eight ad-
Church, St. Cloud, announces the ditional firms which have receivedthe
Schloffman left
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Colbranof resumption of the Adult Instruc- George second phase contracts and _
this week for her home at Brad-
Cincinnati who were staying at tion and Bible Class on Wednes- ford, Pa. This was the 26th sea- the counties for which they are SPECIAL !

the house formerly occupied by day the evenings at 7:30 P.M., and son she had spent in Kissimmee. I responsible, a tabulation on the

Mr. and Mrs. Yuran on Oak St. High :School Bible Class on Lib Dillard left last week for number of shelter areas which

have returned home. Mr. Colbranis Sunday evening at 7:00 P.M. II Alexandria, Virginia to visit her will be restudied, and the numberof
Holy Communion will be celebrated
a professional saxophonist. lie -. daughter and family, the Col. Bill shelter areas which now meet
next Sunday, June 24th, at the
has appeared with big-time or- Harrisons.Mrs. minimum criteria:

chestras such as Horace Heidt, June morning 27th service. On Wednesday, John Briley and childrenare Barrett, Daffin and Bishop of
at 7:30 P.M.
Benny Goodman and others of meeting of, the Church Council a special has spending several weeks at Tallahassee, covering Leon, Jack- VACATION TIME IS FUN TIME-SO DONT WATCH YOUR TRIP MONEY GO FOR OLD-CAR REPAIRS!

that category in Cincinnati, New been called with Brooksville.Mr. son, Calhoun, Bay, Gulf, Gadsden,
York and Miami. He took part in Winter Haven, in Pastor attendance.Bernthalof \ and Mrs. B. C. Rollins cele- Liberty, Franklin, Wakulla, Jef- GO IN STYLE..SAVE EVERY MILE!

the Orange Gardens Band Con- brated their 25th wedding anni- ferson, Madison, and Taylor Coun-

certs at the Community Bldg. recently versary June 16th. ties; 218 shelter areas with a pro-

and was much interested in Special Board Mrs. Leon (Judy) Fertic left tection factor of 40 to 99; 122

the work of the local group. He Meeting CalledMrs. this week by plane for El Paso, shelter areas with a protection

and his wife are looking for a Texas, to join her husband, Lt. factor of 100 or more.

permanent homesite in Florida. Fred Conard, president of Fertic, who is stationed there. Kemp, Bunch and Jackson of
Homer of Woodstown
Sally ,
the Kissimmee Woman's Club, Jacksonville, covering Bradford,
Mr. and Mrs.\ Frank New Jersey, returned with her
O'Brien of has
called a special meeting for Clay, St. Johns, and the western
Richmond, Va. have returned grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
the board of managers Tuesday, half of Duval County and Jackson-
home after visiting with Mrs. O' Autrey, for a visit here. Also Y #
June 26th, at 9:30 a.m. ville; 156 shelter areas with a
Brien's parents, Mr. and Mrs. visiting the Autreys are Mrs. Jean
The meeting will be held at the minimum protection factor of 40;
Autrey Powers and daughters,
George Harris.
Woman's Club building. 179 shelter areas with
:- 1[ Ellen and Debbie, of Fort Greeley, factor of 100. a protection 12 O LAiaSN TIM SOM.MmM. own*"M on oat
NORRIS I Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hill and Moore and May\ Engineers of

I CLEANERS I daughters of Grove City, Ohio are Dixie Gainesville, Gilchrist, covering, Alachua Lafayette, Putnam,, (GALAXIES!I BIG-SIZE SAYINGS ON A FULL-SIZE FORD!

risiting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Coo-
perrider in Canterbury Terrace.Mr. Marion, and Levy Counties; 69
Q' FINEST shelter
areas a minimum
I and Mrs. Fred Conard have
1 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941 returned after a vacation trip protect on factor of 40, and 46
shelter with
areas a minimum
which took them to Indiana,
Illinois and Ohio where they visited protection factor of 100.
relatives.Mr. J. E. Greiner Co., Inc. of Tampa -

I'm of and Mrs. Nelson Makinson for all of Pinellas County; 44

part fhiSj"I'iLY have returned from Wabasso shelter areas with a minimum pro-

where they visited Mr. and Mrs.H. tection factor of 40, and 37 shel-

fAI11 JApPY G. Durrance at their home on ter areas with a minimum pro-
the Indian River. tection factor of 100.
Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer and Wellman-Lord Engineering: Inc.

t. Yr Mrs. J. D. English and daughter of Lakeland for Polk and Osceola w--.u.-. m .W M
Gale, have returned from a trip to Counties; 109 shelter areas witha
11 II Mwrm ana ad a1ka/aV.t aa4rai
Huntington, West Virginia where protection factor of 40, and 64 CONVERTIBLES!' WIDE-OPEN SAVINGS UI Ml!I

fJ, '! Mr. Farmer was born, to Zanes- shelter areas with a protection FORD WAGONS!I SAVE BIG ON A IGWAGONI!I Ik

trille and Cincinnati, Ohio, down factor of 100 or more.

the Ohio River to Louisville, Ken- Gee and Jenson Consulting En-

tucky and to the great Mammoth gineers, Inc. of West Palm Beach

1 Cave. for Indian River, Martin and

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Daerr and southwest Palm Beach counties;

daughter, Laurie, and William 22 shelter areas with a protect on

Burkett of Clairton, Pa. are visit- I factor of 40, and six shelter areas IMMEDIATE DELIVERY LOW LOW FORD PRICES!
ing Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bridesonon i with a minimum protection factorof SAVE EXTRA NOW

UninttrrpptwJ service no caret about '*carving our rood Parah Clark is enjoying a visit Bail Horton Associates of Fort

trtjwrmtor rtrbt Imagine temperature all u with. Ice a cubes modern TOO Tlent want. Serve Ser)>el VM auto-r with her sister, Ruth, in Arizona. Myers for Hardee, Highlands, -K EXTRA-HIGH TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES ON THE FORD

matte tee-maker eliminates Mnmsilng with drippy ire trari. They will take off next week for Okeechobee, DeSota, Charlotte,
your Ire-maker starts
itself tills
tuelf and tt Seattle
to attend the World's Glades Lee
present you with airs. cry acs circles Jatoyu.:; d _>: Hendry and Collier
tetherGREEN'S Counties; 8 shelter areas with OF CHOICE
Fair.Netha a YOUR
Clara Smith daughter of minimum protection factor of 40, GENEROUS FINANCE TERMS WE1.LEVENG/VEYOUUPTO/ .
and 12 shelter areas with a mini- corn PAY A CENT FOR 6 WEEKS.
( mum protection factor of 100 or AT

I t1IuI' I wish to thank all the many Jules Channing Associates of

__ __. friends for Miami, covering the northeast
: .,........6. with cards and remembering letters while me I part of Dade County including : AUTREY MOTOR CO.

PARKS FURNITURE CO. was' sick and They helped were to shorten all appreciated with Miami a minimum Beach; 315 protection shelter factorof areas Tour ford Deafer Since 1922

40, and 45 shelter
areas with
the aminimum
time I was ilL SincerelyMayme .protection factor :-N 307 BROADWAY PHONE 847-3515 KISSIJIMEEIf
KISSIMMEE ST CLOUD PoskinsAshkua'Illinois .of- 100.! ,. .. .

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4 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissiramee, Florida, Thurs., June 21, 1962

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l V rJ By Celia Ansley been a party to the protection
4 fI conspiracy. He was the field man
(Perry News Service)
or "salesman" for the operation
I The courts of Florida concerned but never actually got any of the
yae themselves with The Bible bonds payoff or made any of the plans.
and booze. HIS attorney called "Gibby" the
The daily reading of The Biblein scapegoat of the trial and
the Dade County Schools was pointed out that if he had not
upheld by the Florida Supreme been suspicious of Bullard he
Court. would have brought in a lot more

The unamious opinion writtenby i customers.The .
Justice Millard Caldwell said prosecution in summing up
of their case called the alleged pro- WEEK END SPECIALS
that to deny the vast majority at its
tection racket "government
> pupils the right to hear the Bible
said it a
worst" and represents
read "because a minority might

confusion suffer some is imagined to approach and nebulous the vested shocking in a misuse public of official.the power I

GOOD FORTUNE WINNERS Tupperware president ttamer ridiculous." State witnesses testified that Friday Saturday SundayBlue
Wilson, left, congratulates the winners in the company's bimonthly The court said the challenge Bullard dropped the name of ,,
Thomas E. Lee,
] employee "Good Fortune" drawing.: The winners were: '(left to Beverage Director
law such read-
the state requiring
Tight) Mrs. Clyde O'Rear 501 Vz Conway Rd. Orlando; Mrs. WilLiam Jr., in overtures to them offering
ings, brought by Jews, a Unitarianand I
Boyd 505 Drury Ave, Kissimmee; Mrs. Ernest lIardin St. protection, but no evidence was
Cloud; Waring Partridge 25 W. Underhill Orlando. The gifts "just an another agnostic case, appears in which to the be presented to show Lee knew any- DotFlashbulbs Free .7J Life Hair Treatment
were a Kodak 8mm Movie Camera and Projector, Presto Electric thing about the scheme. Lee denied
Fry Pan Versa-Table. imported 8-day mantle clock. 'tender minorities sensibilities are sought of to be certain pro- any racket.knowledge of the protection No. 25 doz. 1.07 With Any Nutritonic Permanent

tected against the allegedly harsh
THEKISSIMMEE laws and customs enacted and Governor's Reaction-Gov. Far- M2s 1 doz. .97
GAZETTE established by the more rugged ris Bryant said that although con- While They Last ARPEGE 2.50
Ip pioneers of the nation." victions of investigator Felix Bul-
The opinion continued that those lard for conspiracy and bribery
N A Jobs II. Perry l\'ewnpaperOffices bringing the suit had made no "hurt" Lee and the whole adminis- n 1.00 Suave Dressing .83
serious contention that their chil- tration, as well as the people of 62 12r-(
h 24-26 Stewart Are. dren "have suffered or will suffer Florida, it had nothing to do withLee's 127 3 For .67 -
'and measurable psychological tra- ability to do his job and .65 Liquid Sweetner 2 For .98
9ON Telephone 847-2831 there were no plans for him to re-
of the read-
uma as a consequence
ing of the Bible, either in or out sign.He Horehound Drops .23
i Entered as Second Clans Mall Matter of their presense." also said he is continuingan
In the Post Office at Kissimmee. Fla. And the court also noted that investigation into Northwest .79 Bisodol Mints .57

those who did not wish to hear the Florida bootlegging. Home Movie Film
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida -
Bible reading and the Lord's prayer Bonds Validated-A $25-million
could be excused. bond issue backed by student John Glenn In Orbit --. 5.95 1000 Norwich Saccharin ..83KOdtIt'S
The decision upheld the Dade building fees to finance construc-
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION County Circuit Court, which ruled tion at the state universities was
that Bible readings and the reci- validated by the State Supreme Special Introductory Offer!
RATESSix tation of the Lord's prayer could Court. Newest 35
months, $2.50; one year, $!.OO; two years. $7.00 continue, but Easter and Christmas Gov. Bryant called the valida- Camera Retinette III 41.37 Orbit Vitamins 2 100 For 3.98Whitman's
i pagents wouldn't be permittedand tion "Florida's first step on the
school facilities could not be the chal-
road to fully meeting

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t Felix 0.
Former beverage agent
The oldest incorporated trade association in the country the Bullard was found guilty by a He added construction can be- .98 Stanback Powders .79
United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862 .. Leon County Circuit Court jury, gin made soon for some since time.plans have been Hunt Bros. Golf Balls Dz. 4.59
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nishing liquor for illegal sale in

A dry counties. ,. LETTERS TO 500 Norwich Aspirin 1 1.19
Convicted along with Bullardwas
H. C. (Gibby) Gibson, a Tal- THE EDITOR 1.25 1 Anacin .97 -
lahassee bootlegger charged witha
conspiracy in the same case. Federal Bueau of Investigation 2.25 Ortho Gynol! 1.93
rhs c.t Bullard's defense argued that United States Dept. of JusticeWashington 1.00 Swim Caps .69
he was working as an undercover D.C.
agent all the time and tried to get June 14, 1962
the confidence of the bootleggersso Mr.\ Leo Schumaker ::98Unguentine .78
Spray Norforms Doz. 1.97Kolanfyl
he could get to Tallahassee Editor and Publisher
builder Syde Deeb, who he had Kissimmee Gazette
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operation. He never got to Mr. Dear Mr. Schumaker:
Gel 1.47
IN FLORIDA;citizens were evading the blockade of the Union Big.Deeb I have read the column entitled .. O .9O 9 Q9
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WillIam Fl )( and trix South. Range 30 East, ALL \VHOM IT MAY CON
The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee Florida, Thurs., June 21, 1962 7 cEndre T
UcEndree, ht Wife if he be mar- P.; OL Box 192KiMlmraee tJR :
ned residence address unknown Florida Jill 1All IS HEREBY GIVE
: I>elle L McEndree and June 7. 14. 21. 28. 196 ( right-of-way for canal T 11 A '1' CirlZlS.NS NATIONAc.BANK All Around KenansvilleBy

II her husband 1 I Section 2 OF Uui-.-.iMJ has filed lU
-LEGAL NOTICES- she be married : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR All (except right-of-way for canal ) final report as Executor of the Elate

uress unknown; if any of said Individuals HE AINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIrOP Section : ot \ii. JA>l i. ShOJ l.JJIt
be living, and if any of FLORIDA IN AND FOB OSCE All Section 4 aecea ed; tnat I has lltd petto. BETTIE BASS
TH : of
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF you. or any have in or tony
JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT I: of the above-described you. lands. them be dead. their unknown nelr. OLA COUNTY FLORIDA. CHANCERY All (except b'Sof S\V%) Section lor unal du.cnrge tnat It ,
NINTH devisees. lien NO. 6300. FIRST FEDERAL! 5 apply to tne Honorable o. 1'. Jonn-
AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY aid show cause why the same legattes. asignees. New families are still arriving in Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey
creditors, or person SAVINGS AND LOA_ ASSOC1A All (except SE>4 of SE ) Sec sun. county Judge 01 osceoia County -
FLORIDA. ;.nd hould not be set taken forth for the in use the claiming. by, through or under tbem lION OF OSCEOLA COUNTY a AIlogf 6 Florida on the lath day of our community which w? wish to and boys visited their daughterand

purpose Land and Investment and existing of I3o2 tor of same and
LAW XO. 2602 etltlon filed herein. Seminole Corporation organized SEli lying East canal July app..o\al welcome. Among the latest
Company, a and the unknown under the laws of the Unite. Seton it tor final DIscharge a Executor 01 comer son-in-law in Okeechobee on
Wil NESS Hand and the S..alf crpraton
my in In- of *. 9 the Estate OI IL.L1AM 1. bHOh.Jl.Ktu .- are Clem and Elizabeth Switzer
01 said nl. sucessors Stte Ameic. \ .1 \ Sunday.
STATK ROAD Court this &th day of June, .
trustees or any part; : AND! Section 10 and from Plant City and
"' of the blat Y.D., I'relt. va J. \1 oec..alied baby ,
of Florida Agency 1962.GLENN RAY by through. under or MABEL A. CHERRY. his wife (eal Section 1 This 1tb June. A.D. 196 Earl and Rosa Lee Grimes and June and Joan Lawrence, twin
and OF All Section cn N.tTIONAi.. BANK
said The Defendants. (Jr
against corporation; ) FORECLOSURE IZrld
CLERK OF CIRCUIT (COURT IX: 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Buck
Orange Orchard Company, an Ohio MORTGAGE. ) children from Groveland. daughter
and 'I' AND FOR OSCEOLA. COUry.FLOIUO.A. curpratun and the unknown as NOTICE OF SUIT All the above in Township 2 8 By: "C". Davis Lawrence Jr. of Key West are

in trus- THE OF FLORIDA TO: Range 30 East, C. \ L President' O. R. Bass has returned from
OSCEOLA COUNTY a Political Subdivision BY: /./ Marjori R. Haye succeSsor interest SATE South visiting their aunt, Hattie Bass.
tees or by. CHERRY AND MA Lxecutor oi the estate of
of the State of r lorida DEPUTY CLEIUC any paty caming Bay Pines after several weeks, but
tnrough. under or cor- EEL A. CHERRY Central Also: Beginning the Northwest WILLIAM T. jsliuhJiA .n Don and Dora Bass spent the
I'etitioners MURRAY W. (SEAL), poration; and any and all person Court,. Apartment 11. Gulfpon, corner of Lot One (1> of ect:" deceasedinaciver goes back in a few days.

'lY ATTORNEY OVERSTREET. JliCoUi claiming any right. title or interesin Mississippi; Six (6), Township Twenty-eight and Thacker Kate Bass is visiting her parent \eek end at Lake Wales with

v. 124 Broadway and to the property heelnarerdescribed (UI) uth Range Thirty-one ui ro Box 527 at Starke. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr
in Osceola PLEASE TAKE that i a East thence fat 13IS fee \S8Imme. andchildren.
n.iSBimmee. l'lorlda. and NOTIC and Mrs. McClelland
MORRIS ALLEN ct aI. DAVID M. ANDERSOS Ila. suit has been against to the Kls8lmmee-\Vhlter Road: >s for Executor Mrs. Elvie Lee Peterson andMrs. Andy
3. 23. 48. SO. 81. 96. 97. yeu in the above styled cause to thence along said ROawa&uth 1. 28. July 5, 12. 196*. Reba Wallace Tampa visited .
Defendants. Attorney for the Petitioner 112. 113. of Section I a mortgage recorded i in; 11 degrees 30 minute ,

State Holland Uoad Department two ,U), in Township Tirty-- toreros Records book 65, Page 2 U.( feet: thence degrees 45 L\ RE: Adoption of their father, Gus Baisden, on Among the guests at the Char

NOTICl: : o KHULK Tallahassee Building>lorida six tf6) Range Thlrty-oni in the public records of Osceol; minutes East 1153 feet: thence SMllH HAltY.A Father's Day. lie Vickers' home over the weekend
\ 1 S I 196 (31) to the Pla I County. "'Iorlda affecting the following South 60 degrees; 4> minutes "-Ht minor, Mr.
June 14-21-28. July 5. too
Mrs. Vickers' father
of the Land and Investment property; boundary of Sec IN THE C1RllU' COURT OF THE i were
NOTICE OF EMINENT &>IXMAI) NOTICE OP APPLICATION Subdivisionof Lt Fourteen (14) of Block "C". ( )): along said ..M.Vltt 1KCU1T INAO certain cause pending said i Court George Boney, and Mr. and Mrs.
the said Section 32 as filed Osceola Acres a Subdivisioiof Western boundary in a Northern .\ tOH OSCtOLA COUNTY
PROCEEDING: Foil TAX UKKO Docket No 6421. wherein MIMI Bob Warren Avon Park. Also Mr.
and recorded among the public Osceola Ceunty. Florida, according direction to place of beginning FiairtlLiAIN ,
records of Osceola Stateof official ad CHANCEKX :w. nt\tl X.NO and Mrs. Paul Vickers Okeechobee. -
IN TilE :NAME AND BY TIlE THAT Henry C. Yates the holder- cunty. to the r1dt tao ASSiHMATlON I the plaintiff ,
on the of filed and recorded the You will hereby take notice that mullet 10 : -
AUTHORITY( OF Till: STATE ot' iIorda lst among \\\n
of the following certificates have and JERRY It. SMITSK1. el .
LORI I9o;, reordedamong Public Records of Osceola County the Plaintiff has filed suit aroint. TO: BILLY HAY .
DA. filed said certificates for a tax: al. are the defendants I I. GLENN
the public rec..ds of sail Florida, on the 4th day oSeptember. you In the Circuit Court in and for 572S i'ayettesille Road
deed to be issued thereon. The RAY. Clerk of the
To ALL "WHOM IT MAY CON"CERN. osceoia County Florida in Flat A.D. 1959. In Plat Osceola County Florida, to quiet Raleigh North Carolina sell Court will
and of the
certificate numbers following described Mil:\
years "B". 392. the title in the plaintiff to IoU! ARE property IT'I
and on Hook 1, on page; properUsituate
and to ah person" issuance the of thproperty look hIIU:1H' 4OTH'IEI .
description In in ('c@oJa County to-wit: 115)'t'T >( IT:
IS HEREBY GIVEN that YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Osceola and Polk Coun- that a
claiming or having any I.
parties : and the names in whichIt Uot KISSIMJlEn: IIUJH- Scratching! Infection t"aua.
right title. interest estate. mortgage Plaintiff has instituted suit against that unless you file an answer or: ties. Florida, described above. the .H'led court by "..UVIADULLARD spreads
was assessed are as follows: LANDS. ax. lag IOKK: PiuS. \ppljr ulrk-drT-
or other lien to or on those you in the above Court to Quiet other responsive pleadings with the< and LLISJ.aL.tJ.. JlOXOIIPITII
...rtaln parcels oC land herelnafte Title In the Plaintiff and her grantees Clerk of the said Court on or be- Tou are hereby required to file his wile, for toe adupton :. as Plat per plat rt in. IB11'( 1-'I'OT In .tt"ad. Itea-
Certificate No. 71 Rook 1. 30. rubluRecords In minute: as':
described, and the following,. per- to the above described property fore the 16 day of July. A.D 1962 your defense to the above actionwith liAliY. a minor bv the petitioners.and page Ii/ utuiets "n
of Osceola Count. action help pred bealK. -
with all unknown and that you are hereby required and serve a copy thereof upon the the Clerk of the above styled you are ..eul..t to serve a anU""I.t.
together Year of 30 1960
tona. Issuance ':May Florida.Saia In for bisect lilies,
claiming by. through or to answer or me jour writ- undersigned Atto..n.) for Plaintiff Court and to serve a COpy of thesame CUP of jour .\nlf'tr C'WJ.
persona sale will he If
who are dead.or ten defenses on or before July 10. at the address below a decree upon \\ J. Steed. 1001 Met show cause vvhv said J'etitlol by public outcrysnd foot Itch wilier kurfaee"'
under known persons Description of Property: Lots 2. 5, will take place at the .East: nrl hack nt
known to be deador 1962, with the above anserve < pro confesso will be entered against calf Huilding, attorney for plaintiff should not be granted on the Attorney nut pr.a.t"t. >. .. nay
who not
are 6 & 7, Block :35. New Narcoossee Cu..t. Front Door of the Osceola County drug "lore. TOI141 at III :.NT 1IUUVELECTRIC
alive a copy thereof on below you for the relief demanded In the on or before July :0, 19S2 for Iet.tloner.CH..tU. : -
: or a Decree Pro Complaint filed herein. This notice Herein fail not or a decree pro A. iiox Courthouse at Kissimmee. Floridaon
Name in which assessed: J. M. namt Atorney. uLLI\.X. the
5th of JuIJ96
day %. at
Charles II. Carroll oster : taken Inlaroi win be published once each week confesso will be entered again 3. \ Ilorida. and file the o'clock noon. 12
Address Unknown \ Jnr hand and for four consecutive we@ks )'ou original in tne of tne PIers Dated at this

Silt No. 59 All of said property being in the Kissimmee. County Florida DONE AND ORDERED at KIssimmee of the Circuit Court at his officeat 15th day of'1Ilmmef.1962.Flo..ida

$ County of Osceola: State of this A.!). 1962.s Osceola County Florida IN \'ITJ.' H WHEREOF. I have the Osceola County Courthouse Circuit (' Junf.
Joseph It. Carroll Florida. / GLENN RAY this day of June. 1962. set my hand and affixed Kissimmee. .lorida. on or beforeJul t"at
Clerk of the Above Entitled Court 1 my official seal at KI 20th 1962.: and upon jour fail GLENN. Clerk of the '
1".63: Rii.liardt.on Vista Road 8/ GLENN RAY Osceola imm.e. > ('ircuitCourt of O>,.t'nla SEE "
Apt. 69. Building 4 Unless such certificate\ or certlfl (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) County. Florida this la ure to do so a u"crt"e pro confessiwill
County. FloridaBy
CLERK day of June .
.\nkora"t"Ia.ka./ cafes shall be redeemed accordingto ) Phillip R. Kelley 1962.GLENN be entered against >ou. /Marjorie R Have
Silt No. isHolJl.rt law the property described In 12 East Monument Avenue FuRIO.\ WITNESS 0) hand and the seal Deputy Clt'.kItoTl.
such certificate certificates will Post Office Box 331Kissimiuee. (CIRCUIT COURT SEA RAY of said Court in hi simmt"e. Flor
or Florida Phillip R. Kelley Clerk of the Cirtit Court tnis 19th day of June 1962. .sEJAI & L.KVIXU
LaJosf. R.PennsylvaniaHint Hurd' be the sold Court to House the highest Door on bidder the first at ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFJune 12 East Monument ,AvenueP. H>' /s/ Ellanore O. Jowers Ida(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Jrlando.; Florida Court Street GLASS BOTTOM BOATS

7. 14. 21. %8. 196J ( O. Box 331) Deputy Clerk GLENN RAY
No. 46-K Monday in the month of July, 1962 Kissimmee, FloridaATTORNEY (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL June :I. 1962
which is the 2nd day of July 196]. ) Clerk of the Circuit Cour
FLORlD.xTCHANCERY June 14, 21. July 5. 196i Of Steed Steed & Urban
I- < '. Box 66% Dated this! 31st day of May 196%. COUTY. %8 By /Marjorie R hlayeCharles
North Carolina NO. 6296. HARDY 1004 Metcalf Building A. The Area's Leading Manufacturer of Chain Link Fences,
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) ulnan.tornty
SIMMONS vs. George ItCarman for
IU) No. 12 /GLENN KAY Plaintf. :': JUDICIAL IN Attorneys for 1..tlloneTI I
et SU11 INTI CmCUT. plaintiff 3
Clerk of Circuit Court Defendants FOR : TY, June 1.0. Florida's Own REEVES FENCES INC.
.Mabel 11. Keever Osceola County, Florida. TO QUIET _. 21. July 5, ig. 1953M Beach. Florida .
P i .. Box 662Hickorv. May 31. June 7. 14. 21. 196: .NOTICtl OP SUIT FLORIDA IN CHANCERY. NO. 630- lublhhe In The Kis.imm for i-ionda's Climatic Conditions
'. North Carolina.VRD TUB STATE OF FID.TO:: BRO SOS INC. a Floridacorporation >TICK TO IIl'l.l I : June 21. 2s, July ; &. 12 Designed
No. 12 >()Tn'.: OF APPLICATION 1962.
KOII TAX DKKI CARMAN his wife if he Plaintiff JUDCICIHCtIT IN The durability of Reeves Fencesis you the finest fence at the

MID :No. I:: ICKillT n..' \\.\\ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE be marrie. if alive last known ad- "f. ANI> :(I. .\1.\1 :NOTICK OF SLIT !
STATE the result of high quality | lowest possible cost
< materials -
et al.
I New and JF.KLOKn
Jersey IN COURT Of
THAT Helen S. Pease the holder dre"s 1ontclalr. I NEWELL 'hant'trJOH \ lltlUIT TiE
The Hint: S3 feet for a parcel of of the following certificates have heirs, devisees Defendants. .\JGl'T Plilintf. ,s. NINTh .U1Il'JctHCLlT IN .\10 and rigidly maintained Call for entirely FREE estimate -

; laud described as follow: filed said ceitlfkates for a tax deed JEgt..s. assignees, lienors, SUIT TO QfllTT TITLE las lOItIT1lY St.. L 1.\WaT.. l> *'OR 0. lJOL.TE .. fabrication, to meet or excell the without obligation learn
certificate persons claiming efendanL '\ Of FLORIDA. ( )
to be issued thereon. The creiors.
The North Eighty (80) feet of numbers and years of issuance. the I or under them; and NOTICE TO UEKKND The FRANCES HU'l H SNYDER, Plaintiff American Society for Testing Materials how your fence may b"Alwayson

',,'adunina.Xorthto"lu't corner of description of the property and the I any and all persons claiming any NOTICE OK SLIT State of Florida to Oorothy L. Pad : \ ORVAL GLEN SY .JoR: : I Guard!"
You specifications.
Northeast Quarter (NE. \&) of names in which it was assessed areas right title or Interest in and to theproperty gt't. are hereby notified that Defendant. ALIAS NOTICE Oi .
southeast Quarter (SK'i). runS follows: I hereinafter describe in THE STATE 01 FLORIDA TO: in equity for divorce has SU IT. The t'tate of Florida to REEVES FENCES, INC. is I enjoy referring this completo

..uth %;)!t.7 feet. West %5$.7 feet. Osceola County, TO George R, :' ewel and been brought against you bv Johnnie RVAL GLEN SAYDEiou are justly proud of their product and fence service to the readers of
North 2557 feet. Kant 255.7 feet Certificate. 106 ALl. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Newell his If living and If I'adgett in the Circuit Court of hereby notified that a in equity
of Section fifteen < 15). Township LO FOUR (4) of Section Four either are dead his or her unknown the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for divorce has Iul brought ervice. Whether for ResidentallIndustrial this friendly review.i They'llalways

t nty-five;, (25)) South. KangTw Year of Issuance May 30, 1960 (14) in Township I Twenty- heirs devisees legatees, for l County of Osceola. State of against you b>' FRANCES RUlHS.NiDEU. or Agricultural uses, : accept your out of town
i lit} -nine' (:!l) East. Oxceola Description of Property. Lots six (26) South Range Thirty (30) grantees and creditors Florida, and you are hereby .summoned. in the ('ir-uit Court ot Orlando.
: I ordered and no installation is too small or too calls at GA 2-D882) in
4' utity. State of Florida. (LESS 10. lilock 231, St. Cloud Et. according to the Plat of required to file the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and
and KXCKIT: the last :30 feet Land & Investment The heirs devisees, legatees and your written answer or deft"nst'1 for ('ounty. of Ot'.ola State of large. Their traine representatives Florida's Own is Best for Florida!

pr..\iously deeded to Osceola Name in which assessed: L Compan (Incorporated) Sub- grantees of"llam T. Forbes, to against the Complaint fed herein 'Florida and you are hereby sum and erectors know On display at 1COO Atlanta Ave
Count} by deed in Deed Rook Walker. Agt. L division of said Section II, flN deceased you In the t"ntitledcuse. moned, ordered and required to file' skied
.1.I1.1page 1:1: ;;. Osctola Public in the Clerk's Office and in the office of the Clerk of your written answer or defenses to exactly must be done to give nue. OrlandG.

trd..) All of said property being In the in Plat Book 'l4' on page 3. S. O. Manvie. and the Circui Court in and for Osceola the Complaint filed herein against -- -

.Countv of Osceola. State of NOTICE IX HEREBY GIVEN that 1Ian'le if lving. and in at the Court House you in the above entitled lUe. in Demolition Experts Buy and Sell Materials!
CONTAININI 1810 square { Florida FiaJntiri has instituted suit againstyou tther arc dead, his un. KI..irm**' 110..111.' on or before the office of the Clerk of tnt ('Iptuit -
or lews.oKi in the above Court to Quiet heirs devisees. legatees the 20th day 19(52.( and to Court in and for Osceola Coun-

Unless such certificate or certificated Title in the Plaintiff to the abovedrlc..lbrd grantees, and creditorsJ. defenses serve a copy of such answer or tyi !'lorida. at his office in the NORLANDO WRECKING CONTRACTORSOpen

HV: T. X. KKKVKll and : be redeemed accoraiim property and that ou unnn' Thacker & Tha-Kr Court house In on or

wif... MAttEL M. KEKVERSIIII to unl property described in are hereby required to answer;or Herbert Ware and plaintiff attorneys hfrein whose before the 23 day lbimm1t..r } ). 1J62.
such certificate or will fie your written defenses on or Ware his wife if living and if address is Post Ofiu, 527 and to serve a copv of SUCh answer Every Day Including Saturday and SundayFill
1IMI KM.Iir UP1 \\ .\,- ue sold to the hi t'ertft'ate the ( July 10. 1912. WIth the aoove either art dsad, Mf VT hr unknown KI..imm Fl rid or brfordsaid Ilr Olr"IH1! upon tile firm of lfriflSun -

Court House "he" the first Monday Court and serve a. copy thereof on heln devlltes legatees date, as required by law. I and Mchlrter,}s for
That part of: In the month of July. 1962. the below named Attorney, or aDecree grantees and creditors. you fail to do so; a decree pro Plaintif herein addrtss laIm't Dirt Top Soil Sand New & Used Huildinp

1962 pro confeeso will be taken fesso will be entered against you Box :318. Kispimmee.
which is the 2nd day of Jul>,
.\ portion of "Resinning: at the against >'OU.WITI The heirs devisees legatees C. Parsons and for plaint.the relief demanded In the Com Ofi'e. or before sid date as [aterials-Land Clearing-Excavating-Dimension) LumberNo

Northwest Corner of Section 11 Dated this 31st day of May 1962. S my hand and seal at grantees ofllam equired b}' law. If you to do :
in Township 25: S'outh. of Rang< (CIRCUIT COURT S1CAL) K : '. Oscee-la County. Florida CsometmE's W. C Par WITNESS my hand as Clerk of 60.- a Decree Pro Confesso will be
:J'I blast: them last: 14 Chains fat GLENN RAY this Jun. 5. 1962. !) dl''IKKt and U K Oilmanand said Circuit Court and (its seal of ntered against you for the relief matter what type of building tom@n real savings in building _

and 2O 1 link on North boundary ClerK of Circuit. (signed, GLENN RAY Wynn Meredith as the executors said' Cour at KNvlmmee (KceoU demanded in the Com pia lt."IT'oI' plan, here's a firm that materials.
of said section to a stake thenct Osceola County, Court. Clerk of the Above Court of his last Will and Testament ., on the 20th day \\ ; s my hand as Clerk of said you
JnUted if either living and If of June, .\. D well They planned and carefully exe-
South 7 Chains. and 4z links trHltl. May 31. June 7. 14, 21. 1962 (CIRCUIT COURT are 1962. Circuit Court of ( ("eola Count; }. may save you money. Wel
( ,i', IhciutX ....t 14 L'hJlin1'l and Phillip It. Kelley deevesed, their: 8uc'eSOT8 (Circuit Court SoaliAV FlorIda And the I of said Court usually have on hand a wide range demolition, moving, whatever -
2ii links to a stake on the \Vestlioundary IN COUNTY COURT Post Office Box 331 Glenn Ray at Kissimmee. Osceola Count ..
1'11 JUDGEH Mattlo Oamkins, if living and if Clerk of the Circuit } of building materials carefully they undertake. Salvage and _
; of said .(.tion: thenci Kiaaimmce, Flo..idj Court, Florida. on the 15th da) of June,
North on fcaid West boundary' '. IN RE 1001.CO: (OFV. \ I ATTORNEY FOR JLIXTIFI' dead her unknown heirs. devh'e.s.legatees Osceola County. Florida .D. 1962. alvaged-whatever your need, cal resale of used materials at reasonable -
hainu, and4 % link to the br.miiiiiK #- HAY l'STXfl Deceased. June 1962 grantees and creditorsValter Thacker and ThackerrSUornwja and
containliiK tfn aires 01l.uiii C.\HnOL TloV 21: for rialnilff.June IHOl.f It.tY them b f ore you pay more prices pleasant

: Ivmu within: Iots 9 and iVT Tnk":>(>' : AP1M.1CTIOFOH TK> > IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SUSCEOLA C6k'. 7; S IluiJIslll. Jr. and RI.\
llo: 'k and Lots !, through 16 COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN -I'd1.II. his wife. if 1\- :21. 28. .ul %. OHCfOI4 COUNTY. FLORIDA '
( KIVAI 11'J.uua: Mire dead ) I. 1'6. SEAL They are bonded and 'fhsured} customer: these are the qualitiesthat
of Mar 'ilia Subdix'ii>ion. RE: ESTATE OF E. eiher )
3. :
) TO ALL WHOM IT ; :' :
('(,tinlllljr! : tu( NUt rpronlPrt liiIIt 11\Y \L'\tON, also' known WILIA.\)E her heirs creditors.devisees. I IN THE tTHTIlT OP THE COUNTY nnsun aol .lliWhIrter.tttOrflCys emslition Contractors. They have have made NORLANIHJ _____

Book "irpajte 67. fiublUi NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN MAXSON. deceased. legatees, grantees, and JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY. for Ilalntf the men and the equipment to WRECKING CONTRACTORS
cords of Osceola Count Florida TO CREIJTORS: FLORIDA Issimmee Ilnrda a _
rhat John a: Carroll has filed his
XO'I'E Ethel M. Rudisill. a single woman NOTICE (if' I INTENTIoN TO Juile I :::> !_. 19B2OTIt rush through any job they undertake -
final report as Executor of thstatr a resident of Canton, Ohio whose HAKE APPLICATION FOR :1 : host of friends. They're at :'IfiU.'JWinter : t
": or N flay car..ol. d"a"t'd, I mailing is 1309 LouisianaAve. KINAL DLSCHAK '. K OF KOUK( IO-I UK JsAI.K .
hint Wext of and within 4(1( feet of ALL PER add..f.S Garden Rd. Orlando.
; .hat he has filed for Final rSfltW1Tl'XU ,
t Hi" ,. Sure> line. ..f State: Ko.\d K.1 Discharge and that he will apply HA\JXU OR DEMANDS N.Canton. 3. Ohio.Clarence IN UK: THE KSTXTK I >FWILLIAM Pursuant i.. > the terms of thelna Materials from these demolished

:,';.1 I. Se.tio'n !925'H' : and East: of I
>. line: said 1 1Curve)' line being .'ounty Judge of Osceola County.Florida f. Smih. Jving. dec.astd. In ih. 'Ir'ul I'ourt for o:<- -
det.ribed as follows on the 2nd day of July. You and each of you are hereby dead legatees grantees and devll'ef'1 IN PROBATE ,'enl. ("
I9b2, for approval of same and for notified and require to present any --- -
"m Kin on the.South line of lllocttl' inal discharge as Executor of the .'laims which )'ou. or either of >ou. ton', ri; :...:. !# .
1 <. said Mar>dia. Subdivision, ucrdin estate of N. Ray Carroll dtc.ed. way have against the estate of Wil & Inc. adissolved :.
Stearns _
.. < to plat recorded In Pla.i This 2sth day of May 1962. lam E Maxson. also' known as V.l Benj foreign CompanS and

I Cook: "1 ir. page! 67.. public rerord /s! JOHN E. CARROLL l: .laxlon deceased late of New unknown assigns successorsin
<-f Osceola ('('Ullt). Florida at : John E. Carrnll. Executor of the J.ndon ). Conne'Utut t. theBounty the and other part
Interest any
point P.1.M> fei-t East: of tht" Judge of at his
Estate of N. Kav Carroll, deceased : by. through, under or
Southwest corner of said IloV Uurray W. Orstreet, Jr. office in the lluuanttK I dissolved corpor
!I">. thence run North 001 50' Attorney for Executor mee. Florida -
i.ant; 31i..& feet to the he innlnji 5ox 492 months from the date of the tnt ation.

iii i a curve concave to the Easter Kis' lmm_. Florida publication of this Notice. The Ellsworth Trust Company, 1
1 1and having a radius of 2S64! hay 31, June 7. 14, 21. 1962N Maim or demand must be in w..itng dissolved foreign :
r<,ct. thence run alon the ar' ond and must state the place : corp..atonand
--, curve through a centraiigle dence of the claimant' and must beiworn the unknown al iJns otherparty fUt-
." of I 'IS'. a distance of "1.I..t 1. TiE C01HT OF THE COTYllnHE to by the claimant his agent cessors in claiming interest by.and any through

( to the end of curve theiut \(olCOUTY., .LOR" or attorney, or the same wi be- said dissolved
mil North 1218'5 Jat't 2ii..:! ,1.\ ome Void according to under or
1 lo'd to the ;North line of SeCtloi RR: THE F T.TtOJ' This the 30th day .of May. 1962. corporation and

II Township :S&! rbuth. Itanir:, -.lCItII"HILLEI ii/ FRANCES M ROBINSON artificial
All natural or
:"' Fast: at a wlnt 120.05 feet East Ilton.TJ Ancillary Administratrix CTA of persons
ro IT MAY CONCERNNOTICE claiming to any
: having or
i 0"l Ui.. Northwest corner of *..',< the; Estate of William E. Maxson. in the
IS title
; or
(1IVKN right
.'. .tion 1 1 1. tieiice: continue Norti! also. known as W. E Maxson and being in
THAT I have filed ni" final reportis lands lying
1J 1: i9rn.! Kast 4.S3 feet to tin.s..uh deceased sluatt.
Counties. Flor-
Executrix of the Estate of LU- ("ceola Polk.
line of DliK-k I. !aid Marx Hurray Overstreet. Jr.
: ,
deceased: that idalz:
'laTI.IIUW.tY .
for Administra-
elm Stilidivisitin! at a point 17!*.!' .r ha\1 for final dis- \Utrn. Ancillary .

ii.-t fast: of the Southwest cornel "harge. and that I will appl to the tri I:I .(Box.\ 492 All fractional SE% (being Wli! of
,01! said P.lock: 4. ionorable O. P Johnson County 1. Florida SE'4 and Government Lot 3) Section -

'"'i,,. herein described contain. Fudge of Oceola .County. }'It.ia. KIslmmet 7. 14 .21 :2S.! 1962 33 all
land 'n the 30th day )f June & All of Government Lot. 1 (bflnl
:: 'I. ';11) square feet more or lets, ex ipproval of same and for final dil'half of fractional Section ( ( 34

,111".f area in existing roai < a! Executrix of the Estate IN THI COUNTY .Ul'HES COURT All the above in Township 26 ( I

i ,Kht of way. t.l'l'ITJPIII.I"I Y deceased OS, 1:01."U1XTY.: 'LOI DA. South. Range 29 East, .4eW J '
: ', A.D. 1962.s I IN : .\ fractional Section 3 -7- r..rie. / .
\'p"' NPli: UY: uomnrr it. HURIMIII > ) Maude Alvce Hurst OLiVE V MAXSON. Deceased.MITICK .\1 (except S% Of SW'H Section 4 a _

Executrix of th'tJ.Estate of TO CHIMHTOIIS fractional Section 10
:m ItH.IIT n. deceased .\1 fractional Section 11
I.tlaTI1'11.LJ.Y. TO ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES.DISTRIBUTEES. .\1 fractional less lands d M"rl"e

part of.triaiiKUUr: .ls lmmt". "'IaTTOHSE'H AND ALL PERAKNS In Hef Book 14. Page 61) Sc.

\ parcel of land lot May 31. June 7. 14. 21. 1962i.N .AGAINST; SAID ESTATE: fractional Section 1
'I.d t North of the North line o .\1 Section 15
I i.-flcl| | Park and South of Mil Til CIRCl'IT COURT OF THE You and each of you are hereby \1. NWVi-of NKU and XV4 of
SI 11'd. ImiiK in the SU"i,i of th. '.' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. I:1 nntft1 and required to present any "

\\I. "f the N\VH of Section 11 \:' FOR OSCKOLA COUNTV. t.'Jlm" whichou. 'either of jou. .\ Njtedlon; 1
li .\\ 11i41111, Si 4Uin., Range!! IM : FIXHtlDA. ham a ulim the mat

":" "t. I IN CHANCERY :':t. 6294 Olive V. Maxson. dlcfastd late vf ill Section ::
.N liE; TII"IOI'IOX OF Sew London 'onnetlrut .\ Section
< 1"-: ".:.llIt of and within 40 feet o'Mi CATHY ANN GILBERT t the County Judge of county I Section I ZJ
: line of fctate Road S-S31; his office in the Courthouse of [ rlcc! .
-ui\e\ : i minor.lUlltEltT. atKissimmee .:ii and that part of NW'i SE'ant Chf'rt p
:>' (Hit' :uSSfll. raid survey line beiiip EUGENE BLACKFORD, Florida. within fix SWi4 of 1'Kj and ;s rc.
ii Unbd as follow: 't't.tnnt"r.. calendar months from the date of ,, lying East of center of -I.
1 I
in' PI'III.K' the first publication of this Notice 27 '
:( \rm> OFPF.IITION Reedy Creek Section .
I I-; -ni:: at the Southwest corner oiH Foil *IOITIO\ risen claim 'or demand must be in That ,;art of NEU of Nb'i! an.1 ,

I h. Xfol.: of Section 11. Tox\nshi. n\; LEt: .\III.I'OX: GILBERT. writIng; and must state the lat'l of NXXof NEt. and Sb'i Of .E'. !

-:. .South. Range :, llast. them. c, o l'eiiny Green (Cove evidence of the claimant must lying East of center of Reedy
I run North H.0l'5." ":a..t. 172i :
i I.'t to the l-eginnlmj of ,rurx You are Hereby Notified that a agent or attorne or the same willbecome All except that part lying South :
< "'u.txo lo the KaMerlx' and hay :ketitiou has been filed in the above void according law. and Vet of center' of Reed
111 0; a radius 2864.93: feet thenc.tun 41). led court bv Robert Eugene This the 30th day of May 1962. Section 35
of said curluiu \'. : MARJORIE HONETOR( )
along arc !Slackford. for the adoption of l Section 36 _
;, .. central angle of 1:0110'. K.THYX GILP.ERT a minor. .\ndllrdmlnllratrix CTA of All

distance of 615 feet to the end oiiiiixt. the petitioner. Robert Eugene Et&te lauon, above in Township 27 thence feet run to North the North 1 2*i?'line*<" "f'f't'Hia"kfurtl>y <'and' of you.'ournswt'r a..t required or to Murray "'. O"t"rttrt'e deceased. Jr.Attorne All South the Range 29 East, The truck as good as Tjam woiJ

"I i Mini Section 11, at a |'omtIIMI ,ILJ.tOII 1) Iho'aust whv said >' forncUarT Adminisratrix (except that part lyjnS.! \Vest thats
: :. fret last: (if the NorthwestL ? 1hvld not be granted on \1 Center of Reedy (reek) 'In :,

<'iii'r t>f said Section 11. he attorney for petitioner. 1K>NkLD P. O. Box UKlslimme Township 2J Range 29

I). :' IVnnsvl- FloridaJune 1 uh ; '

'fI,I.,. 1.111.1 l herein described. contains l. \'ala"Inue.1.h'O11. Pox >>3J. stloud. !. 14. 21. 2S. 1962N .\11 East.fractional Section Section 1 >When you promise something w a Chevrolet truck w .. ,
X1 -' fret. Wore .r r8.KII I
0 u. re .
Florida and .
in the office of the file Clerk the original of,the THE .COUNTY' JUDGES COURT \\ >n rlght.of.way 17 for canal '. help you keep your word t the point of monotony. j f5. : : : .' ss

"\\ :\ IY: JOSEPH R. ".\1I. :- Ircuit Court on or before Jul 5th O'JoOL\( =I1. FLORIDA All <; ep described in

l I."1.1., and' CUARLKS 11. CARROLJ- 962. and Px> 1t"ls 44. lands Tag; 6JS Section Dt It will do its job over and over and over again, with seldom any ;;L1.: .

wrf. \ JACKSON.

'T I \K NOTICE: /: has <:been that a filed I>eclarationTakinu In the'I 'confess ou.Herein Fail will Not be or entered a degree against pro AOTHK TO ('REVITOI Hullt"d! .\I Seton(except 19 rlght.o1'aor canal) trouble, at very low cot What more can you ask from a truck? .i ""' .3 ..

.' ."vstxled l cause. ..,.. the IVtltionth ) Witness inv, hand and TO ALL C'REDITORS! LE.\TIKS. _\ 20 have Chevrolet trucks
the seal of Because of their reliability people put more
acquiring authority of court In ISTRIBUTKl-. AND ALL PKR. \11 Section % ,
t t'' < >< i-nneedtngs. of the taking iiicdescribed sid his 5th day of June Klslmm.t"1962. 'orida SONS J.C. CLAIMS OR DElANDb .\1 Section to work every year since 1937. That's a strong vote of confidence. J

i'' ..1.\ Unda for th. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) .U.\X SAID ESTATE.You :All ( an Creek Road) Comlr 95 Thit it the

"'I'"nil--oj! in this set forth C.M'" vii in : the.'.s right Petition of Clerk of Circuit GLBNN Court RAY in and fort5eroIit and each of you are hereby Section rnor Creek Uoad) .If good service I- vital 1 to your business, make your truck a Chevrolet ran-the Crnu 07 withconstruction. cbl sron

for portion of State Road notified and to All i xV> t Cano
a County. no..ldal r.ulrt present than
,,, Florida any Section 25 and make your word more dependable Haf engine in
: :,1.! Osceota Count /MAIUOR1E HATE claims which you. or either of you L j air-J
.. ,,id. that of the Judges of theI It have asainst the Section 2* i..
one Deputy m estate ofLoyal \1 :. Call neighborhood Chevrolet dealer soon. >_ the rear, coil tprinyt all tektcit.
27 your +
t.iiu\ Court in and for the Xlnth June 7. H. 21 2 162 .'.. Jackson, deceased late \1 eveo a
iin'i' '!,. ial Circuit of Florida will on 8 of Clinton County. Michigan, to the Section 2$

t in, 11th day of July. US:. at 10'IOft Ninth Judicial Circuit Osce- County Judge of said county at hi* All Section 29
,. I.)1& :. iu the Circuit Court Cur off e .the Courthouse at Kissim- All (except b-f-1'aJ (anl .
'I', uibrs in the O-ceoU Countx 01& County. FloridaChancer> Xo mf. J'lo"lda within six calendar Section ae rightofwayfor It's Golden Sale Jubilee time at your Chevrolet dealer's

< '''in thouse Ht Kissimmee.; Ftorida.i.sidtr ) Mabel McHEATH R. Simmons a widow the date of the first All fractional Section(except 31 .._ .. .__ .. _u" ,uuu'.u. ._u.u..u ..__......___...._..__. ________. .
< Mid ItecUration of Taking. ya .UI et *U Defend publicatIon of this :': Each nnal of .n.
.tppoint appraisers and make such an'l SuIt to Quiet Title claim or demand must b writing Wl of NEU and S\U

order u" the Court dt"t"mllt't'r \OTI('K OK >l IT and must state the place of rest- Section 32 ?
\'l' partieii to the IIU It.nd .11.1)! Tin STATE (ii.' FLORIDA TO; ence of the claimant and be :H of NW t and frtUonal %

".rii.-s Interested may appear and Fani McBeath and worn to by the claimant .lust agento 3-3 CHEVROLET INCu
*I.. livard at the time and plate. IcBeath. his wife if he be married attorney or the same mill! beanie .\f.(except right-of-way for rod STARLING H

it, -i I:. lifted. evidence and address unknown: TOM according to law. Lkf: Cypress Section :1Al to
it "u, and each of yea are lrtl y'imiaiided Hln..h.. McBeath and This the 4th day of June 195 ept right-of-way for ,
< to appentr by fnla g an bD. if she; be n\arrlt *l GERALDIXE C 1L DUD>: Lke Cypress) Section 35

\11)1'r to tfee Petlliwn retfwrr I.Wt t. rrM lRkoe.'n. _tDcj1aryds4Latratrz of the -. West of Canoe Creek Road ex-

, in this reuse !n the- above- Seymour. -"4Seymour. )tate e' Loyal A. J ck.on. -... CcItt rght-of.way far road tv Kissimnee Phone J2 I
'.:'itl.d Court on or before the hteif*. if he be mrri"d. deceased Lab LytraJ SettU :1 10-12 3onumentATe. 812v
fi 1 ,1,1' Of Jul>'. 155.! to Sb<" residence and address ar last lurnV-. O\'u'7trE t. Jr

', XMI.'t riglit. title. mttrtbt. or lieua I JUU\U luuut.UUlr.w iltiito. Attorney lor .Ancillary .AdnunUtra-. _\1 lie bu"t m TowuaUip :'.


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'p Call 847.2881 8 The Rissimmef" Gl7ette, 'h1NimmeE.! Florida, Thurs.. June ?t. lM

Minimum Charge o s o
Deadline For All

Up Additional to 5c 15 words EachClassified Words 75c! SELLAND PROFIT. RUTLAND SAVE Tuesday Classified 5:00 Adv.P.M. Business Service Directory I ICaf

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Display F ,. 1 Sa -

(Boxed) Parks Furniture Co.

r+ r r ,, Y.r,,r k For Prompt Repair of Your I ROTHROCK

Per Inch $1.10 .w REFRIGERATOR.Phone: 847-4171 .

I FOR RENT: furnished; apart- -
ments two and three rooms. Flowers for All o.-eWeu
Culvert Tile for Driveway
Air conditioning. Moorefield build-
ing opposite Post Office. Burial Lot REALTORAMALakeshore ELLIE HUSH'SFLORIST Septic Tanks-a size for every need.

FOil SALE Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer At Cement Work-280 Gallon Grease Traps
apartments with lake and 81uf-; Osceola Memorial Gardens
fleboard. By week, month or 2 Adult Interment Spaces 25 Broadway 847-4591 15 Years Experience.

year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud Section 1 Boulevard K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator.
DAIIGAIBARN Hwy. '441.APARTMENTS. Christus Gardens
Comb. Jti Zipper. Set Tooth STOVE REFRIGERATORS
Itrnsbrn "rj Tale Bob Set Sheen for rent furnished $125 Cash Sale. Used Located at Kissimmee Transit-M1z Co.
S7r; *>ock. 19t"1 Pillow. 79et two and three rooms Home For /
Shirts fit Pant fit Dre..e. Write P. 0. Box 12
"I.r.oloJt.. Xifi :',.Ioll. 39flIfanklr Private bath, refrigerator, utilities FURNITURESewell PHONE: 847-3524
Re; I'antff l.:>c| BrltViri downstairs. 703 Emmett Rt. Wildwood, Florida
t"apa Ji<-} Spreads f2d: l Beautiful 3-bedroom, 1-/ baths. Thurmond
hair 1\-et. 4ci T-Shlrt 39<<'|
:Nearly Kverbody Tradm at The FOR RENT: One bedroom duplex Central heat and air conditioning.: l 1015 W. Church
Bargain l>arn. Come to Sfbrrt apartment. Air conditioned, utility sTA ORLANDOChristian -
Mill \Varrhnnne in Diveap>lrt> ,
Intmrdlntrlr. Follow the ultfSa room, washer, dryer, car-
BARGAIN 11AU.V prte. 847-2415. 319 S. Clyde. FOR SALE: 2 BR CB home with Large Florida room. Refrigerator, ran g e and STEEL SALES
Open Reek Day And SoadayaKEROSENE I Florida room, patio, and large
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fUrn- utility. Orange Gardens. 1624
FUEL OIL PHIL- ished home near lake. Call 892- Janet St. Terms are available. freezer included. Science ANY DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. 2963. Phone 847-2974. $18,500Shown Society Competitively Priced
FOR RENT: Furnished Apartment Int. \\.-d. :>Hr of Each
1st floor, Private, Modern Month N p.m. TRAILERS ;
I FOR SALE: House located at 1500 non :\. Randolph
FOR SALE: There's no chargefor Comfortable, year-round living. Florida Ave, St. Cloud. Will by appointment. Similar &rrrlr 11 .a.m. Horse Trailers and Utility Trailer
facilities. $55 Mo. See Sunday School 9i3O .DI.
Laundry toVyour lot for $1800.;
use of Carpet Shampooerwith move .r l Built and Repaired
to appreciate. 107 E. Magnolia Jewell House Movers. Ph. 847-
of Blue Lustre
Kissimmee. Complete mobile welding shop all work guaranteed.Old .
Carpet Shampoo. Parks Furni- 2367. FLORIDA R'EALTYCOUNSELORS.

ture Co. ,.,. CHILDREN'SWEAR Orlando Hwy. near Livestock Market
Rt. 1 Box 258 A Kiasimmee
FOR SALE: Bicycle for six to 10 INC2 .

With or without trainer wheels. Broadway Kissimmee
Birth through Sub Teens PHONE 847-3898
116 Sumner St. 2 Bed room. Kitchen and living 847-3156 847-3157 :
: Ride to Orlando Junior room and bath, utility room 44cN
FOR SALE: 400 to 500 tons high- College for 8 to 1 classes. Call nice carporte with plenty of urn
ly fertilized coastal bermuda 847-4190. space in yard. Can be boughton Layette. peeIa14ab.Herr
hay. Place order for early de very EASY TERMS, if necessary ar i
livery. R. E. Carmicheal Co., RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo will furnish.
Tifton Ga. take over Watkins Route in It's all NEW just waiting for
--- -- Kissimmee. Good for up to $65 that NEW June wife. So you
NOW weekly to start. No investment.Set had better hurry boys. Mowing
"Free Delivery of Furniture ItemsIn
hours. Permanent
your own BE WISE-
1962-63 Fishing Licenses Full Phone for information Orange County and Kissimmee"
opportunity. or part
AVAILABLE MAKINSON'SHARDWARE AT time. Write C. R. Ruble, Dept. 857-4636 960 South Orange Avenue, Orlando Lots FieldsBy

6-2, P. 0. Box No. 2447, Mem- I
"With the Horse Out Front- phis 2, Tenn. SAND ROCK
Phone 8472100pUAILTlFEEDERS Job Contract


Four room cement block At No Extra Cost
50 Quail fe'dersool: con house on Yz acre. Mail Henry Yates

dition and priced to sell. route and electric line. Ph. 8474021Member !

$1.95 to $2.95 each WATKINS ROUTE is avail- Near hard road.BARGAIN. LJ PHONE 847-2480

MAKINSON HARDWARE able for this area. Full, or part
Phone 817-2100 time. Earn $50.00 to $100.00 of Osceola County Builder Association
___VCakes__JI' ___ $2,500 CASH
week depending on time devoted
to the Route. Maybe you can Phone 847-3675 OSCEOLA CEMENT KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
For All Occasions
qualify. Write Watkins, 659
Coffee Cakes and West Peachtree St., N. E., At- PRODUCTS INC.
Many Other Baked lanta 8, Georgia. GAZETTE ADVERTISING PAYS
Goods NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMEE Phone: 847-3524

blsnagPr' Insure Your future In a .........-'-...
FOSS BAKERY nrll-paylnir prefeaaloaDay CENTER
A; .Night flaiwta
1026 New York Ave. V.A. Approved If you are definitely interestedin 3 NOW A
j Orlando Barber College saving money on good fur Complete Irrigation

St. Cloud 3309 S. Orange nii Tr. niture, you should positively
(.A 5-5876 see,

System 01 cost!
FOil KENT Custom Cabinets & MillWork FURNITURE i ,

"A little out of the way, but so
much less to pay.
Cabinets to fit any space 1960 Chev. Parkwood 4 dr. Including well,
FOR RENT: 2BR Trailers and lots. 10,000 SQ. FT. SHOWROOM -
Rainbow Mobile Homes and Finished and Installed. Loaded with tremendous selection Station Wagon. V-8 Powerglide, Heater, Two $1995 A..&..
Trailer Park. Michigan Ave. Past Call Charles Hoke i of Early American and tone. A real nice one owner wagon. Pump, motor or
Bowling Alley. \y mile off Vine 847-2677 modern furniture, priced to -
St.FOR. I suit you.BEDROOM. 1960 Falcon 4 dr. Sta. Wgn. Engine, main line
across' from Kiss. Spring () D
RENT & Auto. trans., deluxe interior, radio and heater. $1695 CJ
Apartments SUITES-With 25 &
Water Plant Air
at Port. Sprinkler Pipe
A family car and too ;
cottages, completely furnished. suites to choose from. economy

St Kiisimmee Phone 847-3811.Motor Court, Royal ;; E-Z TERMS and 1960 Plymouth Belvedere 4 dr. Completely Installed,

TRADE INS V8. Automatic Trans, air tend, heater, $1 695 THE MODERN ECONOMICAL WAY TO IRRIGATE

I"OR RENT: Apartment and REAL tinted glass. Ready for summer Ready to Run !
houses by w.-ek or month. Cot ESTATEI Town & Country FurnitureAt
ton's Apartment. North Orange I Orlando 1957 Ford 2 dr. *
Blossom Trail. 3610 S. Orange formerly Auto trans., radio, heater. Solid white and $795ready CHECK THESE LOW AVERAGE PRICES!

Kuhl Ave. to go

FOR RENT EXTRA LARGE GOOD LOTS : Openevenings Til 9 1956'Chev. Bel-air 4 dr. 10-Acre Citrus Grove, Only. . . . .$2,200.00
TRAILER SPACE $13; month Phone GA 2-6360
[$10 Down $7 Month
High and DryROGER'S $595 and Up I V-8 powerglide trans, radio heater, w/w $695 20-Acre Citrus Grove, Only. . . . .$2,700.00
TRAILER PARK tires. A real beauty and only

Below Dive-In TheatreOn TROPICAL PARKHwy 30-Acre Citrus Grove, Only . . . .$3,200.00
17.92 II[ 441 in North Kissimmee t SHORT AND 1955 Chevy 4 dr.. V-8

SWEETft7 Standard shift, radio, heater. A local car in $595 40-Acre Citrus Grove, Only . . . .$3,700.00
good condition .
*ric bated en 2" of water in 10 dayt.AvtraM .
depth of well at 450 feet Standard tract
1955 Buick Super 2 dr.

r Hardtop, auto trans., air cond.. Power steering *
1 '1 1 power brakes, radio, heater, w/w tires. $495 Lower operating costs with savings up to 90%, plus savings up to 50%

YOU A real buy at only in capital investment make Racebilt PUL-OVER, CROS-OVER, WALKOVER -

"Brains may be superior to I 1960 Chev. 1/2 ton pickup or SHUTTLE irrigation systems the most economical on the market.

brawn, but did you ever hear of 6 Cyl, standard shift, deluxe interior. $1395StarlingChevrolet. Now, irrigation is within the reach of all growers, large or small!
ARE anybody lifting a 100-pound weightby
I This one is just like new
out-thinking: it?"*Kenny Ben- *Special, extra high strength aluminum pipe is used exclusively by Race &
nett, Greencastle (IncL) Putnam
WISE County Graphic. Inc. Race-pioneer and leader in all types of aluminum irrigation systems!

"Definition of tact-the abilityto
I make your guests feel at home 10 MONUMENT AVE. PHONE 847.2684 *Greater wall thickness of tubing Heavier, stronger couplings and fit-

when you wish they were."-ElmaM. tings riveted to pipe with aircraft type construction methods-all these

Randolph, Logan (Kans.) Re- provide the extra margin of strength that make Racebilt the best irriga-

to>> place your insurance In an publican."Why can't life's problems hit tion systems in the field today!

agency where service comes t us when we are 18 and know
I first and your satisfaction a everything?"-Stanley W. Olson, Full details and an engineering survey of your irrigation i needs upon request. -

continual reminder that keeps I Winnebago (Minn.) Enterprise. No obligation, of course!
"After all those promises of new
us alert to needs
your on a
TV programs, all they did was re-
'round the clock' basis. huffle sponsors:'-Louis Nelson For fafomarfofl/ write or cad Race & Race,
Bowman, King City (Mo.) Tri- lac. giving tract size, tree spacing and depth .f well
!ill jwa arc*.
County News. __..
"The trouble with a lot of young IELD P
smart alecks is that they are not

Lupfer'sInsurance made to smart in the rightplaces.S. ." THIS SUMMERHave t{'
E. Mekeel, Ovid (N.Y.) Ga-
ette and Independent."Most .
Auto Air Conditioner
teen-agers are keenly your
aware of the value of the dollar.It .

Agency buys about three gallons of Installed and Serviced
line.-B. J. Dahl, Chewelah
(Wash.) Independent.
"The president of a large auto- RACE & RACE INC.
1918. 1 :2 motive corporation predicts that by O '
by 1975 most families will have 500 Are. "0," S.W.Tel CYpress 3-4137 r 0 1

three can. Imagine-a traffic jam STARLING CHEVROLETPh. WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA ___. t AGRt G
12 Broadway Next To The Bank 8474121 right at home."-Edward J. Fran-

ta, Cavalier County (Langdon, 847-2283
N.D.) Republican. i

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