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The Kissimmee gazette.
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!8g RALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 67 YEARS t

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Vol. 68, a Second Class Matter Kissimmee Florida Thursday June 28,1962 Eatabllahed 1894
Oaceola County Florida t hone 84.-YRS1 Price Ten, Cents
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Now that it's rodeo time again, it gives us a chanceto ..

bring up a subject that has always intrigued us. '

Why not bring in some special talent to beef up the x

local show and give it more glamour and appeal. It could

be done you know. A new wave of T. V. actors have displaced -

some big names of yesteryear that could still give h

the local show a shot in the arm. Z

This doesn't mean the such ;:- .i. : :y .,. -
top names as Roy Rogers ,. : : # .. "
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According to the past two issues of Films In Review fJR .

here what some of yesteryear's cowboys are now doing t ,

Tim Holt has a cattle feed business in Marshalltown' Iowa. ).: .'' .-

Allen (Rocky) Lane is the horse's voice on T. V. series,

Mr. Ed. Charles Starrett lives in comfortable retirementat I

June Lake in the California mountains. Ken Maynard -

lives in a trailer in the San Fernando Valley and is in poor r a

health. He occasionally]] writes to Kissimmee's Milt Hinkle. & r. sw

Tim McCoy, 71, is now retiring into Northwest Ari :

zona. Hoot Gibson, 70, just survived major surgery and I s

lives outside Las Vegas. George O'Brien makes films for .
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the U. S. Navy. Sunset Carson tours small rodeos. Bob :' '<:ttJ. _.'_, ..{; "m.l.: ._
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Fred Scott, George Houston, Tom Tyler, and( othersare .;
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make a real drawing card for the local rodeos if Homebody ;: '

wanted to promote it. r .
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Dale Robertson and Roy Rogers, while kinda rich for a

Kissimmee's blood, drew tremendous crowds in recent ;yearsat OPENS SATURDAY-White Auto Store, located at 1112 Main Street and operated by Lucas Oil Company, opens Saturday with an

the Tampa fair. interesting program. There will be registration for prizes such as a Polaroid camera, a White battery and a complete car service with lube,
oil change and car wash.! There will be free balloons and lollipops for the children and free Cokes fur adults and kids alike. The public is
invited to attend the opening: which will be held from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Photo by Hamrick)
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THE SUNBROCK ARTICLEThe X X X


July issue of True Magazine has a very interest- a f

ing article on Orlando's Larry Sunbrock, called 'THE White Auto Supply To OpenTo

GREATEST; COWBOY CON MAN OF THEM ALL". The

article was written by M. L. Collett, who was well qualified \
to write the article because : :
Sunbrock beat him out some
money about fifteen \
years ago.
Public On
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Sunbrock, who has taken more suckers than any other -

man in central Florida, beat us out of nine dollars about : : J
that many years after we'd ( .,
ago sworn we wouldn't give a rI White Auto Store located at locally. Pete Lucas has been in his wheel alignment automaticallyfree
him credit. He not only beat us out the bill but he drove
N 1112 Main Street and owned and the car business in both St. Cloud of charge, just as if he want- *
in his
away in the white before Cadillac carrying a forty. dollar fountainpen operated by Lucas Oil Company i and Kissimmee and has also operated ed his tires checked for ajr. ASSISTANT MANAGER' ;
days ball
J points. I t opens to the J general public Sat- theaters and built many resi. ,
TRICK RIDER-Helen Mills. above, and Faye BIac11sonen; wrll" urday from 8 a.m. to"3:30' : p.m. i dential and professional buildings Another unuaual feature of the 1 I
will be held for with his associate, Ralph Dearmin. store is the appointment of the
Registration I
known trick riders, will thrill the audiences at the Rodeo next
KISSIMMEE PEOPLE ARE MENTIONEDThe week with their skillful and daring trick riding. three main prizes a Polaroid camera Bob Lucas his son, has been ladies' rest room, which is tiled i z
if a White battery and a free with Dellwood 66 Service Stationas in miniature tile and white and I
article does not mention Kissimmee itself, but it car service, wash, oil change and ; well as St. Clair Plastics for pink stripes, designed by John !
refers to Red Simpson as ROY and Milt Hinkle, who is one lube job, which will be given i two years. John Moore formerly Spencer.The .
of the few people in the article who has a good word for away during the day. There will i operated his own Phillips 66 serv- store will handle StandardOil f
Sunbrock. be free Cokes for everyone, and ;ice station on East Vine Street Products, distributed by E. P.

Sunbrock recently ran for Congress in Orange Countyand r balloons and lollipops for the :for a number of years, while Nied, and while it will primarily 1

picked up some 4,000 votes which proves while you children. Lloyd T. (Ted) Partlow, who was deal in automotive services and

can't I'ool' all the people all the time, you can always relyon Officials of the new store are :formerly with Starling Chevrolet, sales of accessories, the store
C. II. Lucas president and general just completed a course at the handles practically everything.It .
some 4,000 suckers to come through in
a pinch. Yn.i manager; Robert (Bob) Lucas, ]Bear School >n all phases of auto- has tires, batteries bike and
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assistant manager; John Moore, J motive services. bike supplies, garden supplies ap-
credit manager; Lloyd T. (Ted) George Snedeker also owned pliances such as television sets.,
NEW ON THE NEWS STAND
i Partlow, service manager; George 1 1Sneoeker his own service station in Casey, freezers refrigerators, ranges and
lubrication, tire, bat- Illinois and was formerly connected smaller ones, such as electric fry-
Crest has i issued a new mystery by Richard Martin tery and service manager and Willie < with the Gulf Oil Company and pan ..
Stern called "These Unlucky Deeds", 50c./Two' novels issued Wells porter. Kissimmee Transit Mix. It handles tools, guns, ammo E

this month by Crest is "Rabbit, Run" by John Updike, 60c, ri All of these men are well White Auto Store has something and fishing equipment baseball 1 1f
and "A Talent t for Loving" by Richard Candon, 60c. Both t: ) known in the automotive industry 1 completely new in the way and other sports equipment to,..". f+

are original concept and delivery and for this reason are 'of service. A drvier can steer plumbing and electrical supplies.!
unusual. SERVICE MANAGER ]his car upon a machine in the Actually it is designed as a

T\o Crest non-fiction titles that will] attract lot of main drive and immediately check one stop center and is just that. Robert K. (Hob) Lucas will be

readers a .oo.ioo.tant__ _.___.__n_ manacr..r..._n_..._. nr_. U-hit... ...__.
"Russia Under
Khrushchev"
are by Alexander
s r- Auto Store, which Satur-
Werth, 75c, and "A Nation of Sheep" by William J. Lederer, ,; ,Jt day. Bob has spent opens two years at

co-author of "The Ugly American", 50c. _________ __ _______ City Accepts Bids St. Clair Plastics and one year
Two interesting Premier titles are "The Story of Eng- .4. 4' with Dellwood 6(5( Service Sta
lish" by Mario Pei, 75c. and "The Use and Misuse of tion.

Language", edited by S. I. Hayakawa, 75c. ar At Tuesday's MeetingBY


rifle carbine Browning automatic
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CHARLES EBY Federal Savings and Loan Associ-
rifle and M-3 submachine .
". ., 'Ot. ''' ."" ".. ........." ,,".. Bids were accepted at the City ation of Osceola County. packs the fire power of a light gun.It
commission nighton
meeting Tuesday
::r &'i: ': ': : the sale of surplus property.The machinegun, can be fired both
If' ;1'3 automatically and semiautomatically
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: and fires the standard 7.(i2-
Metal Works on 1941 Chev-
....' '.. ,":-.+""'- b l rolet chassis, 263.17; Harrelson Receives RecognitionPFC millimeter NATO cartridge.A .
? ;;,' : Steel on approximately 15 used communication specialist in
'7 ..,' .i'. ." :< f."' ., transformers, $1.40 per 100 Ibs. Joseph S. De Seno, 18, son Battery B of the 25th Artillery
,.q, and approximately 25-30 tons of of Mrs. Ruth A. Turner recently in Karl"ruhe, De Seno entered
;t; iron 100 Ibs. achieved recognition as a top the Army in December 10 andreceived
t,_ : r >Fw cast pipe, $1.12 per ;
; Army marksman by qualifyingfor basic training at Fort
( w, 4 and Jerry Wise on a 3 in. x 4in.
pump, $85.00. In all cases the highest the expert marksmanshipbadge Benning, Ga. He was last stationed -
4jp : t: f' ,, \.' bids were accepted. during range firing with at Fort Jackson, S. C., and
"'' the Army's M-14 rifle in Ger- arrived in 1WJ1.;
new
.1'' ,. <' Bids were also accepted on the overseas April
fV Lloyd T. (Ted) Partlow will 1 purchase of water line materialsfor many. De Sano attended Murphy High
1 be service of White the Oak and Thacker St. proto The M-14 will replace the M-l School Mobile Ala.
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Auto Store, which opens Satur- .I aw. auc: "uuu.AU'- y.ra. nu
day at 1112 Main Street. Part- ] U.S. Pipe and Foundry Co. of
RODEO CLOWN-Pete Peterson rodeo' down and bullfighter, is
low J Birmingham, Alabama. Their bid
featured at the Silver Spurs Rodeo. He makes his headquarters at formerly with Starling)
in all rodeos since 1947. Chevrolet Company, recently attended was 7152.72, $13553 below the
Silver Springs but has competed major : :?
Bear Service School, prierf '.next lowest bid. The contract for
M the best in the country, wKere-- valve box accessories, and for six
+ Movie Menu Master RoperTo he made grades in the chest!' :fire hydrants went to Hughes Supply -
Co. of Orlando. All ..
4 tr rank in all categories ] contracts
., 'called for furnish and deliver. 4.L' Ifueter.
SOUTH TRAIL DRIVE IX PerformBuff .
THEATER The Commission approved a
: j i ik Lloyd T. Partlow _:. I Fri. Sat.' Jmip :9 30
i Douthitt of Archer City, r.
"F .. i j the of
UHKtK IK Tin MIKY Inn Attends Bear School:: amount $200.00. M
7:4.1: Texas will be here for the Rodeo :
i -TIIK OLD ".\\ AMI: Tin SK' \- this week. Buff wil! take part in Lloyd T. Partlow of 205 Marlorf.. City manager Charles Jackson
s -\ \-.\("-: TO Tin BOTTOM OF told that Smith and Gillespie had
well Avenue Kissimmee, has just com .
event
Tin SR.s. .\- the calf roping as as ;recommended to him that the
city r
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]j hire Dan Zimmerman Co. to complete

: I*.:.\...TVRFrT:4st His act is the only act of its facturing C o m pan y's worldfamous -, the rate study which has
Tin TILL STOHV' kind. It includes standing on a Automotive Safety Service' i j been in discussion for several

\%*.. "....no.11.a1J Kri. IoU July 4. 3. t slack wire on one foot while he School in Rock Island, Illinois.. ,weeks. There was much discussion n
"sT.T.lU" spins three ropes. This is second Partow received intensive train-: j j from the! floor on this proposalCommissioner
_t t iiLITI 7115t1t43I :* OK TORTt'G.lTEMPERATURES only to his stunt where he standson ing in Alinement, Balancing and Adrian Bovis suggested -
an unsupported! ladder balancedon Frame Straightening learning the I( that they advertise forbids
the slack wire while doing his latest techniques in this important j l before engaging this firm.

trick roping.It Safety Service. The Bear City Attorney Ed Brinson read
DATE H L R is to be noted that Buff had School is the largest of its kind ,a: resolution that he had composed

TOP PRIZE-A beautiful handcarred Bona Allen Roping Saddle W f'd.' 6-0 .......__.. 92 73 0.60 no circus experience befpre going anywhere and attracts students'* to send to the State Attorney
designed for and presented Herzberg's Thu. 6-1 _..__....._.._ 88.3 0 into Rodeo work. from all over the World. Saddle Shop of Kissimmee Fri. 6-%% ._.._.._....._ 86I 0.6. Partlow will apply his expert \ deed or dedication of the island Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873 took part in the flag day ceremonies -
is top prize' to the All Around Cowboy during the Silver Spurs Sat. 6-23 "._"_"."..__ 90 63 0.80 BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTRev. ( ability to make cars run safer c off Lakeshore Blvd. The Commission held at the lodge. They are left to right, front row Eddie
Rodeo July 4th. Shown admiring the trophy saddle are Miss Sun. 6-2-1 ___ 88 W 0 and Mrs. Richard Fullerton smoother more comfortably and accepted the resolution. Bprdelon. Elbon Maynard. scoutmaster Danny Jolly Eugene

Aileen Chapman. l left, and Miss Nancy Whaley, who participate )Ion.; 6-5 ......_ 90,3 0Tu. announce the birth of a 7 lb. more economically at White Auto They also approved the transferof Sparkman. assistant scoutmaster, Bruce Bowden and Greg Dett-

the rodeo as quadrille riders.-(Photo by Hamrick). ._ 6-6 ...___u______ 87 12 0 3 oz. son, Jacob Charles. Thurs- Supply at 112 North Main, Kiss-.. < the Construction Trust Fund into mer. Back row, Allen O'Berry Patrick Driver, Bobby Best and
day, June 14th. immee. 1 a separate account in First John Sullivan. (Photo by Hamrick)






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2 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs.-June 28, 1962 HEADED DRIVE ola county that 'our. Red _Cross SALESPERSON sv. .. .
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Chapter will remain active. f,. ,
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Officers and directors of the .1.1f .1I ;\w ,.
local Red Cross chapter are; D. Coe
$3,000 Collected In l4 Love. chairman; Earl Harris, I t,

I treasurer; Mrs. Gertrude Right- ....
mire, executive secretary; Mrs.\ .1I }
Rita Hunt, recording secretary; Ed + F.
Red Cross Drive
Grissom, disaster, home chairman service;Reverend TommyLee W'r
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Alfred Durrance, St. Cloud disaster
BY RITA HUNT community house on MonumentAve. sav
chairman; Arlo Lawrence, Kissim- I
Dr. D. Coe Love, chairman
disaster chairman Directorsare
The Osceola County chapter of mee ; :. C
the American Red Cross will }hold urges all members of the Red : D. H. P. Amos, Henry T. Sim-
its annual election of officers on Cross to attend. If you have contributed mons, Mrs. Dorothy Purdy, Mrs. I
Monday, July 9th at 8 p.m. in the $1.00 or more to the Red Margaret\ Goodell, Mrs. Margaret
Cross this year you are considereda Diemer, J. J. Griffin III, Mrs.
member of that organization and Alma Hetheington, Gordon Daw-
Lots t entitled to exercise your right to ; .. son, Belden Warner, Mrs. Dorothy
Restricted
vote in the annual election. : Bjork, Walter Bishop, Byron Hile-
for Single Homes $10 Horace E. Phipps} fund chair- man, J. C. Tyson, Ed Ladue and I I .
man has announced that final reports Bob Berlinsky. I
Down $7 Month $595 indicate a total of $3000.00was k The new slate of officers and r K.

&Up TROPICAL collected in the county during directors will be presented at the

March and April this year. Goal j. f next meeting on July 9th at the ..":.."; ..
PARK on 441 InS for the county was set for $4500.00but community house at which time -
due to the difficulty in obtain the annual election will be held. Vera Lalley efficient secretary -
North Kissimmee families HORACE# PHIPPS for the Chamber of ( om-
ing workers many were .
,------- --- not contacted. Of the total amount merce. was named Salesperson of
Padgetts Clinch the Month at the Kofffe Mill
collected $811.00 came from St. ;
meeting,: Wednexda Vera is ; 4Lwi'
Cloud residents. Over $2000.00
came from Kissimmee residentsand First Half TitleThe doing,: a splendid job during the t
absence of a Chamber manager.
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businessmen with the remain- ,i
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ing amount being sent; in front first half championship of Padgett Pharmacy... 7 0 1.000
rural areas. the Osceola County Softball
Phipps said yesterday that the League was clinched by Padgett'sPharmacy Broadway Pharmacy' 4 3 571

GENERAL ELECTRIC families he contacted were 100 per- of St. Cloud with a Hunt Bros. .........,_... 23 40U
s.r. cent behind the American Red victory over the local Hunt Bros. Tigers .-.....n..n..n.n __ 2 5 .2FI: :< 30" SPA EM A K E R Cross and most spoke favorably squad. Tastee-Freeze ..._....... 1 5 .hi,
about the local Gray Ladies who Padgetts', last years champs, SISTERS WIN TUOPIIIES--I.'nn and Jan Dais, ages 12 and 6. have won t"t'ht' trophies and

RANGE sd willingly devote their time to didn't encounter too much oppo- three medals in their last three twirling contest entered in !less) than tnu month, Lynn, left, won

our schools and hospitals. Hun- sition as they copped their first LITTLE I 1st place trophy in advanced 2 baton solo; 2nd place trophy, advanced one baton, ;Ird place trophy.
dreds of hours of service have
and with
seven only one
Surface Units Offer S been given during the past three game I left games on their schedule: haveno LEAGUE military strut at Open at Ocala; 1st place, fancy strut( ; 1st place advanced t"u batons :3rd place

Measured HeatsPushbutton years by these women who furnish worry with their nearest opponent medal, Jr. duets with Jane DaiiMm; in Open at Sihcr Nprings. tat place advanced one baton2nd;

-. their own uniforms and transpor- having lost three games. RESULTS place advanced two baton; 3rd advanced fancy strut at Open at Tampa. Jan won 2nd in advanced one
-:=- Handy Whether tation and work without remuner- ThiJr! there are two less baton at Ocala; 3rd place: mcth'l in advanced one baton at Silver Springs: 1st place, advanced one
Hands Full Wet ation to help where they are teams in the league than last
are or
needed. -- baton; 2nd place, advanced fancy strut at Tampa. They each won a trophj"'for placing second in Junior
and overall is
year competition '
Big 23" Oven Automatically The American Red Cross was much keener. Pitching throughoutthe LITTLE LEAGUE NATIONAL: STANDINGSTEAM duets. Jane Daiison won a second place medal beginners one baton solo at Silver Springs.

Controlled < founded by Clara Burton during the league is stronger with the W L (I'hoto by 1 lam rick)

; Model J-302T Civil War and is our oldest charity. outcome of most games hinging on Elks ............................_._......5 1 .
Easy-Set Oven Timer Plus r Millions of our American citizensin the defense of two teams playing. .. 4 3

k Minute Timer need because of fires, floods, Most victories have been handedto Jaycees Tupperware nonnnon.m.no.nnno'.m.....-...__...-....-.-.-. 2 4
hurricanes and other disasters the victor by loose fielding on Christian Church ...............- 2 5
have received a helping hand when the part of the losers.
they needed it most from the Games are being played in both tU
19ge95.PARKS American Red Cross. The Red towns this year with the local Splinters on the ladder of suc- .
cess are much sharper on the way f.
Cross is active in disaster areas field at the school grounds improved down. J t ; w ,
throughout the world. somewhat over last yeai'splaying
Phipps said he is grateful for conditions. Action goes on 14
the help he received from various every Monday, Wednesday, and FlTRNITUUJE!j
FURNITURE CO. local citizens and members of the Friday starting at 7:30. This week DISCOUNT CENTER 0 y..
local chapter during the March will conclude the first half action
Fund Campaign. He stated, "The and the final half will start next If you are definitely interestedin
success of our Red Cross is onlyas Monday. saving money on good fur-
KISSIMMEE\ \ ST. CLOUD large as the efforts we put niture, you should positive!
forth to make it successful. Let STANDINGS see,
847-4171 892-1471 us work together and assure Osce TEAM( W L Pet.
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1962 JUNE 1962 I IS 10,000 SQ. }". SHOWROOM I AT THE SHOPPING CENTER
Loaded with tremendous selec-
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Betty Lawson, daughter of Col. and :Mrs. W.R. Lawson, f
granddaughter of Mrs. Elaine Lawn, has been named fJ J
winner in the annual Americanism Essav Contest spo snrH :
by the Inchon Chapter of the National Sojourners..ShuffI- ,
ing continues to be of great interest every evening at the .
KAST club with ice cream, tournaments each week. Thirty
five members attended the carry-in supper Saturday night.
The county commission will meet :Monday as a board
of equalization to hear any taxpayers who feel their taxes BOYS GIRLS MOTHERSDADS
are not right. At that meeting the tax assessor will pre-
sent the final assessments for the current tax year.
Jim Bishop, reporter for the Winston-Auburn, Maine
KISSIMMEE and Mrs. Hobert Massengill, who
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newspaper, carried an interesting article in his column recently RETIRE Model
with the U.S.
have lived in many parts of the world while serving Toys
on the St. Cloud Clock Museum, :Mrs. Budinger, Bill government, have picked Kissimmee for their retirement home.
Silver and their efforts tu build the St. Cloud Hospital. (Photo by Hamrick)
Winn-Dixie Stores registered a 3.06 percent increase in *
sales during the 52 week period ended June 2, comparedwith AND
the corresponding period a year ago. The volume was Retire
$771,276,666 compared with $748, 380, 234 last year. They Massengills
now have 5559 retail stores throughout the South com-
pared with 533 units a year ago.
The welcomed rains have been bringing severe light- PAINT BY NUMBERS
ning storms last Friday Pat Johnston's house was struck In Orange Gardens
and destroyed by fire_.._several members of the Henry Par-
tin family narrowly escaped serious injury when lightning
struck near them out on the range...a large oak tree in A man who !pent 47 years Germany. He was stationed in ,
Federal Govern- Cuba when Batista headed the rev-
working for the
Fairlawn Manjbr received a heavy bolt. CONTESTJUNE
ment has retired to live in Orange olution in 1933, and helped set
Gardens.Mr. up the U. S. Naval Mission in
Our delegates to the American Legion sponsored Girl's and Mrs. Hobert R. Mass- Quito, Equador from 1940-4.
State at Tallahassee have been taking a very active partin nsill, 1714 Janet, say that Kiss- :Massengill was born in Miss-
the affairs there. Vivian Beltz has been elected as a immee is and always will be their ouri and his wife is from Indiana.
justice of the Supreme Court and Judy Koehrich to the home. Their house in Orange Gar- Before moving to Kissimmee they 28at3and4P.M.
House of Representatives,; Carolyn Croft was elected as a I dens is the first that they have traveled over most of the United
city official. owned in their 36 years of mar- States looking for a place to call
riage. home. He bought his lot in Or-
He was in the U. S. Navy from ange'Gardens in May, 1961 and Matchabelli
I NORRIS CLEANERS 1 1917-1947 when he retired to moved in when his house was
join the State Department over- completed in October.
I seas. In his 13 years with the Since then he attended the Summer Shower Fragrance Items
KISSIMMEE'S FINEST State Dept. he was Communications School of Real Estate Law in Or- $1. O0
I ... Supervisor assigned to Panama lando and is now an associate
103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941 Mexico, Turkev. Iran and I with Florida Realty Counselors.
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I Mrs. Hilda Bronson Succumbed Monday II IIMrs. Twenty Four Developing or Black and White

WHEN YOU WANT i Hilda Christie Bronson, 67, 10:30 A.M. Wednesday from the
of C0t Brack Street, Kissimmee, Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. Exclusive in This County Developing by Kodak _
TO ENJOY LIFE : of the
: I passed away Monday after a brief Dorr Van Etten Minister
I illness. She was the widow of First United Presbyterian Church
JOIN THE GANG James Clinton Bronson who diedin officiating. Casketbearers were There is A Difference and Costs No More.
A 1 145. Messrs. Albert ttabb, Fred Babb,
ATJIMMIES A native of McFall, Missouri, Enoch Herzberg, Fred Littlefield, i I
..... she had been a resident of Orange Sam L. Lupfer, Jr. and Howard ...... .
: Stark. Interment followed in
BAR County for 35 years before mov-
Woodlawn Cemetery, Orlando I ,
to Kissimmee 15 years ago.
ing
She was a member of the First Grissom Funeral Home was in FREE ICE CREAM or SHERBET
FeaturingWoody charge of arrangements.
..,11. 'j! United Presbyterian Church and
;was active in the Womans' As- t
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Survivors include two daughter -
THE MUSICAL BAR ', Mrs. Howard Higdon and t
Mrs. Bernard Dike, both Orlando. .
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:4 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., June 28, 196::2 ICancer
I Death Rate Shows Di t Drnn-
Awards
Guild Held' ..... _
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.1 Approximately 25 years ago scientist who developed a simple As a result of research heavily have set as an immediate goal

Dinner Monday NightMonday uterine cancer was the leading smear test for detecting uterine supported by the American Can- I doubling the number of women

II cause of death among women from cancer in its early and curable cer Society, Dr. Flood explained, who receive the "Pap" smear each
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Rodeo Hedqcire"MAKgNSON night the Footlight finally a tribute in the form of a cancer. Today it is not. The death stages. Dr. George N. Papanicolaou of

Theatre Guild held its first annual certificate to Catherine Beau- rate from this form of cancer has Dr. C. C. Flood, of the Osceola Cornell Medical College, New York year.Asked how this was to be accomplished -

awards dinner at the Episcopal champ as "mother of the Guild." almost halved. County Unit of the American Can- developed the "i ap" smear which Dr. Flood explained;
HARDWARE Parish House. It was an enthusi- To those not in the know it shouldbe Both education and research cer Society, said that one of the has made it possible to discover First, more women must be per-
astic gathering with almost the explained that this title was have played an important part in purposes of the local 1962 Cancer uterine cancer cells in an extremely -
entire Guild membership present.The given to :Mrs. Beauchamp becauseof the drop in the uterine cancer Crusade was to see that every I early stage of the disease. If suaded to have annual checkups-
'and SADDLE SHOP awards given at the dinner her role in getting the Guild rate. Since 1937 the Society has person in Osceola County received given routinely as part of the an- checkups which include: pelvic examination -
y differ from the Partin awards started. There had been a lot of urged women to have a pelvic examination I information regarding the danger nual health checkup this simple and the "Pap" smear.
which are voted on by the audi- talk, as there always is among as part of an annual signals of cancer. test might make cervical cancer This is a major phase of our pub-
ences. The award dinner offered those interested in the theatre, health check-up. And since the Uterine cancer in its localized 100 per cent curable. About 23COO I. lic education program.
the first opportunity to guild members until at last Catherine spoKe up early 1940's the Society has supported I stage could be almost 100 per cent American women develop this type !: But hat's only half of the picture -
SADDLES From $37.50 to voice their own opinionsas and asked" "Well why don't we the work of Dr. George N. curable, yet 14,000 women will die of cancer annually. That's why \\e.at I.I There's also a job to be donein
to jobs outstandingly done. do it? And so the Guild was Papanicolaou, the distinguished i of it this year. the American Cancer Society professional education.

BRIDLES From $6.95 i The awards..this. -,-year covered 1 born. .

WHIPS From $1.00Children's two seasons of 19611962.; that of Hereafter lybu-oi they andthat Thrift Club To Hold 20,000 Top -Value Stamps f" 'c0a fE\,,c\ti\\<,
"- will awards be were given ascar-like out annually.gold fig-The Annual PicnicAt 1962 DODGE LANCER 2 DR. 6 CYL.

Boots ures.Following the meeting or the Thrift b Std. trans. Undercoating
are the winners for

From $5.95Ladies' 1960-1961 Best actress: of the year, Eloise were Home completed Demonstration for the Club club plans picnic g ? ? 'I $1895.00

Gross in "Laura"; Best actor of for members only. It will be
the year, Larry Gross in "My held July 17th at the home of Mrs. >>> "
& Men's From
$14.95 Three Angels"; Best supporting Lucy Hamlin, president. Dinner
actress of the year, Gill Brooks in will be held at 12 o'clock.

"Laura"; Best supporting actor of The devotions were led by Mrs. .. LOOK $
CC<<>C>C>C*>C<>C the year, Randall Robbins in "Papais Elsie Platt, and Mrs. Hamlin gave
Hats $1.50 up All"; Best Director of the Year, the lesson on new fabrics and best Riedel Motors will give
Louis French in "Papa is All. purchases.At IFI'OUti'ILI.JUSTCUTTIISOUT
Winners for the season 1961- the picnic Miss Billy Jean
20,000 TOP-VALUE!! STAMPS
1962 are as follows: Douglas, a 4-H member, will give
INFORMATION Best actress of the year, Bertha her report on the club week. at AND BRING TO US, IT {WILL GIVEYOU
Cockerille in "the Late ChristopherBean" Tallahassee and Mrs. Hamlin will NEW DODGE
; Best actor of the year, Dar- report on the club week at Gaines- on any purchased A CHANCE TO WIN SOMETHING -
ryle Gill in "Cain Mutiny"; Best

supporting actress of the year, ville.Hostesses for the day were as of TODAY hrough July 31st. ADDITIONAL WITH THE
Catherine Beauchamp in "Chris Mmes. Peg Brain, Elsie Platt and

; topher Bean"; Best supporting actor Ruth Smith, who served refresh- C<>C<>C<>C Parade-2:30: P.M.-July 3rd of the year, Gus Lurie in ments to the 19 members and one
"Cain Mutiny"\ ; Best director of guest. MANY BODY STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM.

the year, Biff Jackson in "Cain GOOD COLOR SELECTION. NOTHING TO BUY.

Mutiny. Mrs. Henry Young of 1723
J. D. Benton donated the special Cecile St. returned home recently TOP TRADEIN'S.ON .

awards for the best directors. The after having- been a patient at an THE SPOT FINANCING.NA1IE\
award committee, which consistedof Orlando hospital.
W. E. Brisbin. chairman, Bertha OPEN TILL 8:00: P.M. .

Cockerille, Lucille Elkins, Pansy Mr. andRMrs., hartleY have O<*XX>C'<>CO<>C>C> VVC Brisbin and Jim Killip,voted a very moved into the home on 1627 Oak
special award to Gus Lurie who St. '
has been business manager of the : Ti ;

guild since its beginning. It wasa :Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Lewis of $ L 0 0 K $ CITY .

popular tribute for a non- 1625 Janet St. returned home recently .
glamorous, difficult task well after visiting with friends

done. and reatives in Evanston, 111. 1962 DODGE DART 4 DR. 6 CYL. Riedel Motors
In addition to the above awards Whle there, the attended the Std. ,/
there were certificate awards. graduation exercises of their trans.-undercoating-
These were, for the 1960-1961 sea- grandson and granddaughter. Their Arm rests-Air Foam cushion.
son; technical director, Biff Jack- granddaughter, Jamee Kirby returned 00 21 EMMETT: ST. I'HONC; 817-3661
son; Stage manager, Jim Killip; with them and will spend $1995. KISSIMMEE: riKissimmee ,:\.
properties, Irene Lord; set con- the greater part of the summer
struction, Harold Lord; Lighting, with her grandparents.
\V. O. Taylor-' costumes. Catherine; ---=-- .

11 a Beauchamp; make up, Eloise .
Gross; sound, Walter Watkins. For : : ,,, '.
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ficates went to Gill Brooks as tech- r f -( .

nical director, Louis French as e ", : : _, . '
stage manager, Lucille Elkins for ..:-.r,. : '-I_ id -' ,_ ." '
properties, Fred Brussow for set ,, 4'a J' : :f...... ..'_';'-.
F1 i construction, W. E. Brisbin for k : ql !"' > : ;p '. .':t: r : S

i 1 I kx' ( lighting, Catherine Beauchamp for ,f:. ?' .
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cation at Highlands, North Caro- 30 YEARS SERVICE The Kfssimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs.,'June 28, 1962 I

lina and Opelika, Alabama. ,---- .....--..... ...--... ..--... ...--... ....--.... ...---...... .......--...... ,- 511' Radio and SALES SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs: Bert Everett left fla I ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

this week for Corf, New York. COMFLCTF HOME FCHMSUI.NCS
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: Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hillsgroveleft Orange Gardens JottingsBy ARKS FURNITURE CO.
T :: t JtdlAJtl Sunday for a short vacationat s. Kissimmee St. Cloud

rA New Milford, New Jersey. { .(
Tom,Price writes that he is hav-
ing fun in Kansas City with the -
ANNA J. REYNOLDS
R ; 2 Barbershoppers.Paul t s "
BETTY EBYY : I
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manager .. Steve Johnson
this week enroute from
!x town yv Mr. and Mrs. James P. Crandall : ing with friends and relatives in
'L Chapel Hill where he had been at- M1 .Nr ;
short '" r i of Bethesda, Md. have been recent : Albany, N.Y. and Washington, D.C.
tending a course.
I in the Gardens.
visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Farmer rv-eek Eleanor (Georgia Gal) Wood- i Lula Landscaping
Mrs. M.\ Beauchamp returned -
and daughters of Valdosta I Bodo and Evelyn Kirchhoff are ward is vacationing with relativesat :
to Chicago next Thursdayto Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs. John O. Hilgoe of 1602, home recently after beinga
here flying
vacationing I
Georgia were Orange Blvd. has returned home &
Mr. Mrs. Tomasello local She
and Jerry patient in a hospital.
Convention
the National Elks I
this week. attend 1 after visiting in Chicago, 111. While
and children of Atlanta, Georgiawere
is visiting,at the home of her son
Sonny and Jewell Lawson and guests this week of Mr. and! there she attended her grand-
her convalescence. Lawn Serviceall
children of Miami are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ingram and Mrs. Adrian Bovis while touring daughter's. wedding. during

friends and relatives here this I Buddy have returned from a va- the state on their vacation. They. Dr. Olive*Fish expects to meet Mr. and *Mrs. Charles Toma-

also .spent and Mrs.a week Bruce at Bullock Sarasota.Mr. of f,. ,.:t. j.# her friend, Roxie Weber, M.D. szewski and their children, Joe types of tractor' work

Jacksonville were guests last weekend Hansel, superintendent of from Stillwater, Okla. at Orlando and Marion, from So. Plainfield,
> Ruth Griffin. Roy Airport on July 6. NJ.: are'visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Lawn Rebuilding Our SpecialtyFree
i of Mrs. Bruce City utilities, passed a milestonethis
William D. Marvin their
recently graduated from the Uni- week, completing 30 years and sons
versity of Florida Law School and of uninterrupted service with the Dr. and Mrs George E. Beau- Billy and Jimmie, of 1807 Orange Estimate
I. champ returned home after visit- Blvd.
is practicing in Jacksonville. on June 22nd.
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Dr. and Mrs. Tom Blain and h
WHILE YOU WAIT L :*: :*: ::tf "" Ph. 847-2647
._. J children the weekend, Gregg at Indian and Melissa Rocks., spent Johnny Dryer is spending a two ; : ;;? : !
r leave from the Air Force ,
Shoe repair means extra Mrs. Murray Overstreet Jr. and weeks r:
wear Arthur .. ,. ,". ,
with his mother, Mrs. h" 't. 1 _
Our expert repairs and fast service -- children, Johnny, Jennifer and ,' .:. :=:....:... "" '' !. I ,
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save you money! .' Laura Jo, are visiting Mrs. Over- Dryer. congratulations this .{ .::.. >>
street's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward week Birthday are being sent to Roy Alderman . .)". ........ l ,--'.. .
Midyette at Miami. MurrayJr. t.. :.... :- 'V:')?
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Thelma Rolls, Mrs. N. Ray Carroll A : li
Mr. and Mrs. Miles have ( P I
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sions, A. G. Mann, Bill McMaster '
square dance convention at Miami, A. I
Patty McLaughlin, Wallace )
100 Broadway after which they took a cruise to Clifford, Carolyn Phay, Dorothy sr tiii, Your gas water heaterIs
the Grand Bahamas. Purdy, Sally Schmidt_ Earl Evans, a lasting invest-
.Suzanne McFarland and FriedaBass. '" s w e' ment up to 10-
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Best wishes to you. in the home serves
B Mr. and Mrs. Walt Melitshkaand so many and costs so
7 children have returned froma r. ,..,, S little! Creen'm Fuel
R three weeks tour of the west, r ... ; : l Gas water heaters
including the World's Fair. w fM 1 ; f., give you instant hot
O Miss Janet Surburg of Sherrill, t water all you
New York visited her grandparents ;.:: .-: :, ill; 1 want when you
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Mr. and Mrs. Webster Col- '. ,
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AL lins, here this week enroute to .-'..; '.;; of operation. Replace
Sao Paulo, Brazil, where she will f ,. your old water heater
spend the Summer as an exchange ". .r. with a modern, auto-
student. The Collins took her to '" > C mat i c Green's Fuel
$ J O Miami Wednesday to catch a Gas water heaterlGREENS I
OPEN OPEN
1'1' flight to Brazil.:
O SUN. SUN. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cowart And

son, Jimmy, are visiting Mike's Florida's Largest for Riding Equipment, FUEL
Some plain. N>'Ion-raj on-wool ]\f\ BRA I IDE D grandmother at Phenix City, Cattlemen's Supplies, Saddle Repairing; 1 r1
Alabama.
9x12 Was 59 18.00 9x 12 Was $59 Mrs. Jess Thacker and children, Nocona Boots

Now Steve, Pamela and Peggy, are t4'
leaving this week for an extendedtour
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12x15 'Va 110. 38.00 I which will take them to the Wc9ch'"headquartersFlorida
Now Grand Canyon, Disneyland, San. PARKS FURNITURE CO.
SpecialCloseout Francisco and the World's Fair .
12x18 Was 120. 44.00 $ 19 0 0 at Seattle.
Now 2x3 60c: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cole, left Cattlemen" KISSIMMEE) ST. CLOUD
i Size
Approx. this week for their summer home 12 Darlington KISSIMMEEFLORIDA\ 847-4171 SJ2.-!> .I71
Real 9x12 at Allequippa* Pa.
Handmade Nelson and Grace Makmson are
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Now Below visiting Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Mak-
ALSO
Hooked Rugs, Wholesale10x14 inson Jr. and family at Pompano
All Sizes Beach.

Was 11x15:$-89.12x18 Now $39.00 Mr.\ and Mrs. Curtis Williamsand STARTING WE START SELLING FORDS
.Sun. Oriental Hug Shop children, Ronnie and Carol .
312'N:Park*Ave. '. a,- '_yFla spent the weekend visitig relatives..
10-5:30 I Winter I Park, : I COMFAR at Immokalee. :
1 Clk. N. of 10. Mr. and Mrs. Bert O'Mcally and

I daughter in Michigan, Colleen this ,week.are vacationing. TODAY I AT RECORD SAVINGS TO YOU !!




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307 Broadway: Kissimmee Phone 847-3513

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Adjustable I to any U
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L. %\ BATH MAT SETS Beautiful Decorator "**"%d While they last"

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REGULAR 78C REGULAR TO ;2.9S' r
qc- 350 Value! While Tktf Lost'x.. 3 ROOMS

TABLES $ LAMP SALEa OF FURNITURE

r ,, Step Or Cocktail '
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V tiID $1495 '- .. .. A Few At Only r$9 "THE HONEYMOON CROUP"
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ar ROOMCHAIRS to.t R.9 clot. f A .. Regular H v..MevtlwI<.2 ClMM.),
To$139 0 2 PC. SOFA SETS $ $495.00 .

$'O88 In AllCoIorsNyIonrovers \ Li7 \"VALUE. $ 99 .=..,--t..: ::2........,.
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Platform ROCKERS Plastic Covered UpholsteredHEADBOARDS 9 -

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4:} ".I15A LE Regular Up To Twin Size- Reg.To *8.95" BEDROOMS
; VR To Double Size $1 more i
$39.50
,w y o \l Modern, French Provincial I, Danish,
:- 0"A Be i Italian Provincial, Early American, Etc. ,
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(Boxed) For Prompt REFRIGERATOR.Phone Repair of Your RO I H-ROCK


Pcr Inch $1.10 .. t I Or 1L' : 847-4171

SEPTIC TANK CO I


unfurnished apart. A WATKINS ROUTE is avail Flowers for All Ocasno;-- I
2 bedroom
Culvert Tile for Driveways
Near Town. 543 Broadway able for this area. Full, or par
ment.
847-3548 time. Earn $50.00 to $100.00 per BLUE HUGH Septic Tanks-a size, for every aced I
: time devoted
week depending on REALTORAMAFOUR
Gallon Grease Traps
Cement Wcrk-280
the Route. Maybe you can I
FOR RENT: furnished apartments to FLORIST
FOil SALEr Write Watkins, 6&;
two and three room qualify.
Years
15 ExperienceK.
Air conditioning. Moorefield building West Peachtree St., N. E.. Atlanta 25 Broadway 847-4591
Office. 8, Georgia. C. ROTHROCK. owner anti nt"rIIUI I II
opposite Post
r-- FINE HOMES I

: DARN Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer 01 STOVE; REFRIGERATORS Located at Kissimee Tr.uaslI-Mu, c. i
with lake and s'iuJfleboard LEARN BARBERING Used
Comb let 7lpprm 3rj To 11tIlruuhr apartments DOWN
7r; l.ar lioha 3rj Shorn By week, month o! In.nrr four future in A FOR $500 1'a
Nye, Sorka 1Ut'1 rillown '70e JshlrU Motel St. Clou vrrll-pajlHg prafe"loaDay FURNITURE PHONE: 847-3524
tit( !'..*. SI I Dre..ea year. Capitol: Jt: Night Claut
Y/Ji6 \UK. :tae. Nylon. XUrfHanklfn Hwy. 441. A._\.. Approved Sewell Thurmond
Zfi 1'antlr Vie: I flt. $ 85 mo. 4 bedrooms, 1 bath, Large
151: lap JS: .; *pr*.d" $2SOjIlmlr Orlando Barber College 1015 W. Church ------
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fate 4r< ORLANDOChristian
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SALES
Narebun.e In n: ie i>' rt.Immediately. STEEL
Follow the .Ij(.. ,
Il\l((..\!\ 1I.\lex. ,01' $ 100 mo. 3 bedrooms, 1'/ baths, Terrazzo floors, AMOUNT
Oprnrek llmjn And 5ueday.KEROSENE modern kitchen Science ANY DIMENSION ANY

U.S. AIR FORCE Priced
Competitively
FUEL OIL PHIL-
Society
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Ask your local recruiter about your i $ 78.mo. 2 bedrcljns, 1 bath, Air-conditioned, large
TV STAMPS :
GIVE CadatKENT
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HEAT. .a AHuniti*> as an Aviation I lit. \fea. Mte of inch TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
OSCEOLA OIL CO. Ill I fenced yard :Month h P.m.

NORTH MAIN ST. 847-8911. and part time work. 309 :N. Itandolph Horse Trailers and Utility Trailers
Steady '
( OK : Apartments I !Sunday rrtlrr! 11 a.m.
high-I houses! by week or month. Cot : Domestic. Part time or $ 58-'mo. 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, Freshly painted inside Sunday School O..TO a.m. I Built and Repaired

FOR SALE: 400 to 500 tons ton's Apartments North Orange day work. and.out Complete mobile welding shop all work guaranteed.
fertilized coastal :
ly hay. Place order for early dc Blossom Trail. Phone 847-2182 '> .FL RIDA'RS'ALTYc'e SAND ROCK Old Orlando Hwy. near Livestock Market.

livery. R. E. Carmicheal Co., FOR RENT Apartments & MORTAR MIX Rt. 1 Box 258 A Kissimmer

''Tifton, Ga. furnished STEEL & WIRE MESH

FOR SALE 1954 Harley Davidson cottages Kissimmee, completely Motor Court, RoyalSt. Dependable housework white and woman care for for invalid light U N S E L-O: R'S.: INC. LOU YOUNG, WELDING

condi Phone 847-3811. PHONE 847.3898JUSSIMMEE
165 rebuilt in good lady, live in. Dial 847-2289. Kissimme :
tion. $135.: Call 847-4679 after: 2 Broadway.

six. FOR RENT 847-3156 847-315:

2 bedroom nicely furnished
There's no charge for use of Carpet partment. 2nd. floor, private en. ESTATEFOR
REAL
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Shampooer with purchase
trance. $12 per week or $45 per
Blue Lustre Carpet Shampoo. month. No pets. 408 MabbetteSt. ':.

Parks Furniture. Inquire 308 CanterburyLane. MownTRANSITMIX I

Ma- Phone 8-17-2t75.APARTIENTS '
FOR SALE: ZIR Zag Sewing :J I
Take paymentsof SALE OR RENT
chine 1961. up
87.20. Makes Button Holes, 1-i BE WISEECONOMIZE- I
Sews on Buttons, Monograms, : FOR RENT $9,, 2 Bed room, Kitchen and living '. Phone 847-3524 Lots Fields

Sews forward and Reverse, and 511 $12 per week. Mrs.: Paul room and bath, utility room, I

makes many Zig Zag. Designs Davis, 114 Emmett Street. nice carporte with plenty of If 1. .AAeJtA A. eLEG

Guaranteed, Write finance Mgr I space in yard. Can be boughton Job ContractHenry I
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Box 951,: Kissimmee. very EASY TERMS, if necessary
I FURNISHED DUPLEXThree will furnish. I
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Extra Quality NOTICE
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It's all NEW just waiting for
Cakes:,; For All Occasions large, exceptionally nice that NEW June wife. So you Cost ........................... .......................
At No Extra
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Coffee Cakes and rooms. Three blocks from City a es
had better hurry boys. \UTH'I-: :
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Many\ Other Baked Hall. Twin beds optional.
that the
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Goods 118 South Beaumont. Ph. 847-4021 Board of <'ouim- <'ommis i"Ilt'rs of
Osteola Count\ Florida will vnvvat \ PHONE 8472180STATE
847-4011
Phone 847-4636
LAMAR KNOWLES, .
1000; o'clock \ it! Monday.July
Manager 16th 19B2. for the purpose of

FOSS BAKERY 'OR RENT: Two bedroom house, Member of Oseeota County Builders Association reviewing as fixed and equalizing hj the .\l'st'the' one bath. Water furnished. $36 I of Osteola ('ountFlorida..
OSCEOLA.CEMENT nn bath Flea! and IVrxonal I I'rop-
1026 New York Ave. 847-4385.
month.
per ... ert\ within the said (ouutx' for
) 'I4J! the year AD l'J62 This is in compliance .
St. Cloud ftHTRENT .' ,t, ., : :< r with the I'ro'i"it.nll of Section '- '
: Furnished apartment; PRODUCTS INC 193! .2i Florida Statutes zone in Kissimmte astultows: On motion duly made and Hew-1-. ;
abotraffic and speed riulattonn -
Commissioners of ed the
modern, Hoard of County
1st floor. Private,
FOR SALE: Young chihuahua comfortable, year-round hvinpr fJU r NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMEE Uheeola/s/K County J. Harvey Florida IAX'\TIOX-From MI) UP t.fi". to SLD MP reasonable' were and nre..wtry determined upon to tli heby .
Contact 216 Randolph of said Board basis of the engineering and Irnlllr:
registered. Laundry facilities. $55 mo. See 41E'JAN > Chairman 10234. distance 0574 minKCOMHKN'DKD and Uth"rit\ \xastherefore
Street. to appreciate. 107 E.' Magnolia, r ( SEAL. ) June Z 11. U'_ HfnULATIOXIQ.Hthlat.onK.given for the estultlish:
)I'll i l Zone
35 >i> e<
tin placinor
Kissimmee.OR ment of *umr and
FOR SALE G E. electric range. the proper marking and MUIIindicattd -* ,:.n
Good condition. $35. Phone 847- } UOAI) DKI',\HTJIEXT Or* l.neATIOX- ': : ; also:, for tin- eliminatt..n. ;
FIX)mi D.\ From M.l> XIP 1*. 23: to blUMP of existing controls w'h.r.- this is
4.J87.: RENT: furnished apartments. "M'frCIU.' 1KKMIIKf.l <: 1I.911U.> dUtanra 081* mi. Indicated
121 Mabbette St. Summer rates. : :I.,\": I\: :' RECOMM: "pl-l) !KKGUlATION: JOHN rt J'JI.I.I.I.'S.
ISed Balers ready to work $200 Phone 847-2600. ta/ NOTH'K IS HhKKKl <;i\ EX: 30 Mill bpeed Zone I'll.nrm.'in
That the tate toad Hoard at Inn. 2\' I I'it L JE
and up. Agriculture Implement its meeting of lla31:: 1162! gave LOCATION -
Center 3781 W., Colonial Dr., consideration to the requests relating ,
\ "D5 / to special traffic insulations From SLD MP 1I.OSO to SLI> III116X3 '
Orlando. Sleeping room. Private entrance and in each rase made a review distance 0.603 miltKCOMMFNtKI .
of the traffic Investigation > HEfJUL.VTIoS-
FOR SALE Horse for children, and bath. Near report along with the recommen40 JII'II Speed Zone -
trailer electric hot water heat- dations of the engineer; at the location e
Shuffle courts $8.50 per or locations described be- LOCATION-
Palm Beach suit 46 extra
er. low ;
snowball week. Phone 817-4610 or From SI.D MP 11 6S3 to KU Ml'
contrasting pants, machine '
Road 600 12.711. distance 1027 miItKCOMMKNDEU
peanut roaster. Call Wed- 101 Sun Street.sEflvi. t Osceola LOCATION County- 1tEGtrl..tTIONI I ;/ .1r .
nesday or Thursday night. 847- (:ion 92010 Graduated Speed 45 MPH Speed Zono I '.

:3315.: '

r f t'our Tempest is such a : 0'i' i iI
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FOH KENTFOR FOR SALE [I r lively, silky, sweet-running V-8"d i
OFFEREDCustom at 11 ng. a 4! '
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RENT: 2BR Trailers and lots. I 1 1 / 1 t cc t-I

Rainbow Mobile Homes and I home at 711 S. Clyde I ,

Trailer Park. Michigan Ave. Past Cabinets & MillWork .
Bowling Alley. '.a mile off VineSt. A,e. Needs fome repair --. ,
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Cabinets to fit any space but is a steal at $8,950 ; --c- tMi' """

FOR RENT Finished and Installed. Call 817.3311 Days ,

Call Charles Hoke
TRAILER SPACE! $Ta: month \ 817.2238 Nights t
High and Dry 847-2677 :s

ROGER'S TR.\1LER PARKBelow across from Kiss. Spring ---- N
Dive-In TheatreOn
I Water Plant at Air Port.
17.92
FOR SALE

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house on Vi acre. Mail i

SUPER to TAKE A CLOSE route and electric line. I I 1

Near hard road.
INSURANCE OOKATYOURAGENTCOMPANY f t

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company on a fulltime'j' 8473675HOMES '
'' i II\\ 1! JIq basis, put the Interests of 4 1. .

I their employer before thoseof : .-- .. I
their customers. FOR SALE ;:.;;:;;;;=

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I : .ti But there are no strings Will build homes with no y .t, t
% 1 attached to an independent down poyment for families

agent. Representing many who own lot, or can buya t

J companies, he Is free _to lot. Payments as low as

place your business where $50.00 a month. "Write tI I lI,1iiI' ,. t \Sd

1 it's best for you and if the Lacy Brame, U. S. Homes -

i question'\ of loyalty comes Representative P. O. Ibx tI J

up, it's to his customers I 218, Palatka, Florida. Tt

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JI We AreIndependent EXTRA GOOD I Y J

Agentsinsurance LARGE LOTS

r $10 Down $7 Month Besides,having a 4 that scoots around acting like twice its size-except at the
'I $395 and Up -

TROPICAL PARK :
BIG gas pump-Tempest has a price tag that makes other compacts seem downright
Lupfer's -liwy ill in North Kissimmee .


expens ve..G() check one out. Have fun! Pontiac Tempest
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HOME FOR SALE: -2o9 $288SG -1 .' -
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Agency 3 bedroom quality: CB cbn- ?
SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER FOR NEW-ACTING USED CARS TOO.
i struction tile baths, builtin -


J 1918'- 1962 kitchen bar and including disposaL breakfast Well- P PARKS FURNITURE: -CO., RODNEY PONTIAC INC.

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-847-4121 eral terms available. 1306 ST. CLOUD
12 Broadway Next To The Bank- KJSSIMMEE
Patrick. 'S47-4171: 892-1471 10 Emmett Street Kissimmee Florida

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DASH IN! FOR THESE VALUES! Wide Selection of Modelshurricane : t /ll ':

BOYS' KNIT SHIRTS! DENIMS ; j 1/2C..ft.
toj 7'ie75lb.
L r Regular 1.98 Royal Oak knits j- tafttN .
of l 100%cotton.Ribbed under- J sr. 25 testy/".1..

arm\ gusset colors.for Sizes free 8-18.qctipn.Yashfast 9 $3 resist win-ds of force !

f Made of DuPont resin-lightweight, yet flexible.
denim Reg. 2.49 we've Non-Rip tested! Fit strongest snug, $1 7 4 :""' 75-lb. test, %-In. size, reg. 11 /c. ....7'/2C

.ride low., Sanforized*. 616. WARDS SELF-SEAL I 1 100-lb.;test,14n.1 size, reg. 21 c. ..........17c :
llax shrink! 1"g;; THREE-TAB SHINGLESFire 100-lb. test, 1 ltt-in. size, reg. 35c. .......3Ie ,

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SADDLE PANTS l.: .:A F & Materials to Re-Roof Your : r i
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2 for $2.99Sanforized Additional

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.., 24 ft x 28 ft $143.75 .
28 ft_. x 32 ft. 189.45
.:. 030 ft X36ft. 235.25
J t11 Low-riding waist
- :4 38 f t. x 42 ft 257.50
I! Tapered legs "
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F? 1Ii UP1 Top value! Constructed ESTIMATE\ ::
for comfort and long :
LII : wear of 13oz.'cotton ,

denim. Reinforced LET WARDS INSTALL YOUR NEWswimming ... : jS ,
; e; ,-j1d at points of strain. Zip A place in the sun the best in f ;
outdoor it's all \ '
per fly. 4 pockets. living yours t ;:
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I response to the cowboy's subtle signal,i with the rope, is

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2A. The Kissunmee Gazette Kissimmec, Florida, Thurs., June 28,1962 ASSIGNED DIVISIONArmy Mexico\ City is the oldest cityin the French capital..The world's killed in auto accidents than in

SHORT AN SWEET North America_.A double- longest national anthem Is the train wrecks is beca"* the engineer -
--- .-- edged knife is an Argentine ROU- Greek. 158 stanzas....
never tries to hug the fire
ttO cho's only eating utensiL The About 70 per cent of this planet "
Gill Comments'Rumors'On man. -Fred W. Grown Edge-
cowboy holds meat in one hand, lies underneath the seas...Rlck-
water (NJ.) Bergen Citizen.
seizes a mouthful in his teeth, shas survive only in Hong Kong:
and cuts upward with a deft and Calcutta.... Government build- "A reckless driver is called a lot
D G 6M sweep.... ings in Holland are at The Hague, of names, but eventually he is
On Guild The Pacific is so huge that all but the country's capital is Am- likely to be called:! 'the deceased.: "
7 the continents would fit easily into sterdam I Stanley A\. Olson I WinnebagoMinn.
A_ .. "The reason: more ; .
its 63,800,000 square miles. people are ( ) Enterprise.r

Darryl Gill, president of the haven't heard all the One of West Berlin's largest department -..... -. -. -. - -. - - -
rumors so Is the Old Farmers Almanac US are longer than the 315-mile -u! III a iii II iii II . w er . .
Theatre Guild, was asked yester- I can't confirm or deny them. weatherman all wet? He's back Hudson..Headline of the week, in I stores stocks 288 kindsof to a tJ &I IJ e i} II a of i &I or. .r. rr. _.I.
day to comment on the rumors About all I can is that thereis with bread..Portugal retains foreign e
say again a forecast of showersfor the Dillon (S.C.) Herold: "If Billie .
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the County regarding a possiblenew "Almost from our beginning annual bill for national .defense is Should Never Be Allowed To size. .
permanent home for the several years ago, we establisheda $227 for every man, woman and Hear A Yodel"._ The original pledge of allegiance a.
"County Players". building fund by setting asidea .qi child Remember when an allergywas to The Flag was written by eee
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it was scratch?.... dedication of the Chicago a
This is the season when chil- US averages one doctor for every World's Fair Grounds 70'years -. WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING -.
i dren slam the doors they left 790 inhabitants..Among all the ago, but it wasn't approved by 10 re
open all winter..One of the trimmest flags of the UN, only that of Cypress Congress for 53 years... IN B.
d men-around-New York is bears a map of the world. .. The first mechanical clock was v. .
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Pvt. Earl R. Cartee,
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Airborne Division at Fort
counties of North Carolnia seceded -
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ing the Army.
numerals, it means "Goldwater in ,
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....And in Pheonix, Ariz. the two 1420 Atlanta Ave. GA 4-2468
tion. Of course it is pretty smallas most recent additions to a Citi-
Grand yet. Then suddenly we receive zens' Committee on Alcoholismare
Openingfrom the offer of a check and the sug- Albert Brewer and Jack on.. '
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promises of support obtained. It
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moment. In a little while we may
have something more definite to ,Installed.

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BAND MEMBERSJunior Started In PecosAlmost ,: ;: llt: ,:'.;,t." Ph 892-2858 U. S. 441

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since the citizens of set of specifications that outlaw :

and Senior High Pecos, Texas held their first rodeoon freaks-wide, undercut swells or }..

Main Street in 1883, a spring- high, hip-hugging cantles-that i it The St. Cloud Hoteloffers
spined saddle bronc, humped into makes it easier to ride. t
horseshoe shape, has been the There's a rein of sorts, a coarse
Don't Forget the big Rodeo Parade symbol of the cowboy sport of braided rope hooked into a plain j ::3it
rodeo. halter, which the cowboy can grip; the finest in

Meet at Lake Front at 2 O'clock At Pendleton they print one on with only one hand. The rein i is ; LUl i ik.
the cover of the program. In Salinas a liability as often as it's an asset accommodations. Dining Room,

Tuesday, July 3 they print one on the cover unless the cowboy knows just
where to grip it.
of the telephone book. The cow-
Some broncs with their Sundries and gifts.
pitch
boy state of Wyoming whose
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Wear western attire not uniforms
heads their
low, buried beneath
capitol is Cheyenne, has stampedone 4
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on every automobile license knees, and take a long rein. Others -* Y Soda Fountain and
issued for better toss their heads back and take a j w -
plate than ten
short rein. A rein taken too long LuncheonetteOpen

years.Saddle bronc riding is tradition- will leave the bronc rider waving L. $ L :
helplessly in the air rein too _
ally the classic event of the after- ; a
noon, installed in a position of: short will jerk him out of the a 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daiIrTele

PECHIN MUSIC STORE INC. honor on the program, midway be- saddle like a yo-yo. : .
tween the opening grand entry The ride is only ten seconds C 892-3441 ST. CLOUD 10th & New York Ave.
long but woe betide the bronc r I4.ry
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Orlando and the bull riding finale.It y :ley l) aHEAD
rider that slim instantof
is the oldest wastes a
of the five stan-
it. The rules him to be
require
dard events and quite possibly the
Franchise dealers for Fender GllilaJ.sanci
most skillful. It began as the eow- spurring as the horse busts out
amps. The finest in electric. Complete boys' workaday skill of handling of the chute. If he doesn't have
his hooks over the swell of the ValiantTyner

stock of band instruments, pianos, rough When horses.the west was new, cow- bronc's shoulders when the front

and boys caught wild horses and broke hooves hit the ground on the first
organs. jump, he'll draw a goosegg.If .
them to ride. They were just that
-broken. The of submission you see the judge turn away; Motor CompanyYour
329 N. Orange GA 4-7315 veneer :-
before the ride is over, it means
was thin and any twister
the cowboy "missed him out" and
saddling up on a cold morning
could the rest of the ride, if the bronc Best Buys In
expect a few pitches out of A
his horse before setting out on the bucks over the moon, counts for s New & Used Cars
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Today's contest bronc riding is The cowboy will goosegg too if
he touches any part of the horse, LOW, HEELS HIGH the saddle bronc bursts from the Plymouth
as different, however, from the Chrysler
The Hunter Arms commonplace skill of handling a the saddle or the rein with his chute in a ten-second pattern of violence-bucking, pitching,
free hand the rider his back. In firm control the
or so much as loses a twisting-to dump on cowboy -
rough horse, as racing at India-
Kenneth and Helen Kelder napolis is from driving to the stirrup during the ride. improves his score by spurring hard over the point of the W. E. Tyner-owner
But simply riding to the whistle shoulders, swinging his dull-rowelled heels in rhythm with thebronc's
St. Cloud Florida supermarket. 1021 Ave.
P. O. Box 668 Pennsylvania
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the with all his hands and feet in the bone-busting bucks.
Through generations the
bronc rider's skill has been refined right places has never been enoughto St. Cloud
Hotel Parking SpaceAll by the pressure of competition win. The two judges score both
the Ph8921753Coburn
horse and rider.
and the rules
have becomeeven
more tightly restrictive.For The rider earns his marking- All Around Kenansville
Rooms With Bath and Hot Water Heat twenty years the contest from 1 to 20-for how well he

saddle has been built to an exact spurs from shoulder to flank
throughout the ride, swinging his By BETTIE BASS MotelAir
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.'"- k _-;.-= _- -_-. -,.- -_ _- -- '. '$ t-_ i1CASH ,heels in time with the bronc's The Carlos Singleton family are 'Gurley, Mrs. Gurley's son, George,

ders pitching-now, now back up of over the cantle.the shoul- vacationing in Kentucky.Met and wife, granddaughter, Amelia conditioned Rates by day. week, month
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Gal Hogan and husband and child all Electric Heat and TV
The horse marks high-from 65
lagher of Plant City who have hada of Mulberry.Mrs. .
to 85 points-not so much on the Hwy 441-192 Ph 892-3526 St. Cloud
very nice trailer on their prop- Pauline Davis, Okeechobee
basis of how wild his
THOMASMETAL 1 are gyrationsbut erty near the lake for a few visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs
& more on how hard he honestly months where they come on occasion Elie Harvey, over the weekend.
bucks.
The best buckers leap high to fish.
and land hard on their forefeet,
Mrs. Beverly Harvey left on Fri-
punctuating whip-lash kick each behind.pitch with a high, day from Orlando by plane for Our H. E. Yeasel Products

CARRYLOW Germany to join her husband, Ron-
The judges, who watch both ald, who is with the U. S. Army Long-
sides of the horse, will mark
ROOFING BUILDING SUPPLIES an there.; AwaitedSUNBACKS. Manufacturers of
average bucker 75 on each side
Bruce Vickers spent last week
and an average ride 10. All four
5V & Corr. combined visiting his brother and sister-in- Orange Blossom Perfume
Crimp ROLLED REED LOW scores are in the total law at Okeechobee.Mr. .
you will hear announced: 170. Win-
and Mrs. O. L. Lott of
Fence 6' 25' ning rides are almost always are here
enneseal x over Sweetest Smell in Osceola
PRICES Tampa are spending their two County
175, almost never than
more 190. and at the whole
weeks vacation at their place here.
6' ............. ....... .. each 1.30 10.2. : per roll Saddle bronc riding demands an Box 156 St. Cloud
Our community is quite a vacation of
7' .. .................... each 1.51 ., incredible combination of coordination resort! sum
8' .. ..................... each 1.73 balance and timing in a ; Rev. and Mrs. Pete Stricklandand -
9' .. .. .. ... ...... each 1.94; California Redwood JOHNS'MANVILLE violent, neck-popping, innervating baby left for Groveland $4.00Sizes -- --------

10' ... ................. each 2.16 ,,r. -w jangle of thumps and crashes to and on
Friday evening spent Saturday -
12------------------------- each 2.59 Fence Sections VINYL FLOOR TILE the rider.A visiting relatives in that area 14'/ to 24/2

3-0 x 8-0 m..nuuuu 8.00 judgment error of as muchas The Claud Bass family spent SHOE SALE
Terraflex a split second or a half-inch is Sunday at Okeechobee
4-0 x 8.0 ........ 9..tO visiting
CUTTER J Ace. .uuhm enough to send the man sprawling.And their daughter and son-in-law, I f
5-0 x 8-0 uuuumhu. 10.60 9" i 9" Only .09 each as you'll see, miscalcula- Claudia and Monroe Arnold, and START FRIDAY JUNE 29th
10' Galv. Gutter 1.45 tions in this event are inevitably friends.
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10' Conductor Pipe 1.13 painful and humiliating. Rev. Marvin Strickland visited

3" Elbow .4 i his brother, Pete, and family and I IWomen's
O.S. & I.S. Miters .95; >1 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peters ar- also visited Lake View Baptist Group Group II
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to spend a couple of weeks with I preached> at the evening service. Shoes Women's Shoes

POST r38"x4'48' Mrs. Peters' parents, Mr. and Many persons from Kenansville r
FIBERGLASS Mrs. Albert Rogers. June and attended revival services held at $5.00 $3.00Pair

$5.95 Lloyd celebrated their first an- Temple Baptist Church at Kissimmee -
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learned at U. of T. and Chinese' Iowa. Mr. Hopkins is a mechanic are visiting :Mr. Wicks parents in Winter Residents The Kissimmee Gazelle, Ki>slmmer, Florida, Thurs, June 23, 1962 7A
which he learned by one year of and is now with Gene's Garage Buffalo, New York, and will return I
study at Army Language Schoolat in Kissimmee.Mr. home the first week in July. Celebrate Anniversary
St. John's To Have
Sky Lake ScribblingsBy Monterey, California when he and Mrs. Burton Ewalt and Mr. and Mrs. James Tharp, 1225 Legion AuxiliaryPlan
attended classes eight hours a day children, Kevin, 7, Karen, 5, Susan, Marlowe, left last week on vaca- Mr. and Mrs. John Loomis,their who Busy WeekThe Vacation School
been Kissimmee
have making.
six days a week. 3, and Carolyn, 9 months, have tion and are on an extended trip American Legion Post 10
His work in San Juan will be in home for the past several years, will
St.
moved into their new home at 907 through the North Central states and auxiliay plan a busy July 4th John's Episcopal Church
honored their fiftieth wed-
Eunice B. I.eltWe administrative capacity in Public Linton Ave. and: the Great Lakes region. were on week. have its first daily Vacation
Relations in the International Department ding anniversary June 5th at Bingham -
Mr. and Mrs. Ewalt moved from :Mr. Eural T. Greer, Linton Ave., Wisconsin. July 3rd the Legion will sponsor Church School beginning next
and will take
finally
,- Robinswood, where they have lived a newcomer to Sky Lake, was in 300 friends and their regular public rodeo dance
him to similar work in the Orient.We Approximately Monday, July 2 and continuing
for a short period of time after at Orange Memorial Hos- featuring the well known Padgett
feel regret when we see a his company to San Juan, Puerto bid them God's speed but surgery relatives called during the after- through July 13. Classes will be
moving to Florida from Wilmington pital Monday for an operation on dance band at the Legion Home
.
"For Sale" sign on a neighbor's Rico. They will leave July 23rd. surely they know they will be miss- noon and evening.The
Massachusetts. Mr. Ewalt is his throaat. from 9 p.m. till! During the dance held from kindergarten aged chil-
Loomis' married in
home but must rejoice when for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania fora ed in Sky Lake. were
an engineer with the Martin Com- Mrs. Leo Ashbough and intermission the auxiliary will give
son dren sixth The
3 this means advancement to such three weeks training course at Mrs. Alice Hall, widow of the 1912 at Cascade, Wisconsin. Dur- up through grade.
nice young people as Jim and the home office, then on to New late Rev. Ridgley L. Hall, 1115 pany. Timmy, are visiting her parents, ing the early years of their mar- away a beautful hand crocheted sessions will be held in the after-
Sally Greenwald. York to sail for San Juan. Linton has moved from Sky Lake Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wonderseehave Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williamson, in riage he was engaged in farmingand afghan. noon from 2 o'clock until 4:30.so .
recently moved into their new Hogansville, Georgia. Mr. Ash- later at the The auxiliary will hold a rum-
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Green- to the Sanford area. was employed
wald moved into Sky Lake Mr. Greenwald has been with home at 6723 Brockbank Drive. We bough will join them in two weeks Kohler Company and at Bemis mage sale starting at 7 a.m. Sat- as not to conflict with the
one his present work for five Mr. and Mrs. Bev. and
years Hopkins soon learned that his wife, Marion, for their reurn home. Manufacturing Company at She- urday, July 7th. at Logsdon's lot morn i g shimming instructionnow
as newlyweds to make
year ago or since he left the University of the two teenage daughters, Carol
took pride in her home, and two Michael Coriano four year old Falls.A on Broadway. The proceeds from the
boygan
their home at 916 Marlowe Ave.Jim's being sponsored by
Tampa where he graduated witha and Marcia, are newcomers to Sky daughters, Pam and Sharon but son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Coriano, and daughter bornto the sale will be used to help finance -
work was with The Insur- ; son were schools. Children of all churchesare
degree in Business Administration. Lake and have moved into their
-
is a patient at Orange Memorial their veteran and
while had in his many
Jerry pride family this union-Raymond Perry
ance Company of North America.He .
home at 1011 Marlowe Ave. invited to attend the Daily
new Hospital, where he is under ob community service .
is and his home his work in the Loomis and Mrs. Frederick (Mary programs.A
now being transferred
by He Vacation School.
speaks Spanish which he The Hopkins came from Albia, .
yard showed his additional pride. servation.Mr. Ruth) Blust, both of SheboyganFalls committee will travel to Sky One of the interesting
and Mrs. Morris Simms and and two Lake to present silver to more
grandchildren.Both a
r We were not too surprised to spoon features of this Church School
two children have moved from Sky active members of the the member of the
see an island of small rock appearin are youngest junior Diocese of South Florida will be
Lake to their new home on Butler Kissimmee All States Tourist Club auxiliary, one month old Elmae
the grass with palms and cacti,
will be that a team of four
and two pink flamingoes, with a Drive. and he was named Ambassador of Kwades, daughter of :Mr.\ and :Mrs.
Congratulationsto people from the
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cuykendall, young throughout
Kwades.
"TheWondersee's Goodwill for Kissimmee as he Stanley
name plate showing that
at St. John's for the next two
1409 Forrester Ave., visited their
i spreads goodwill and friendliness
Jerry, Marion, Pam
weeks to
daughter Miss Jeannette help in the leadershipof
and Sharon" are there to make a Cuyken- wherever he goes. Miss Mann Tells
dall, at Methodist Youth Camp at the classes, recreation, crafts
happy home. Leesburg, Florida, the past week Final Wedding PlansJuly I and worship. The team will be
Some two htmared families from I end. They were accompanied by Rebekah Lodge 8th has been set as the composed of Chris Thomas of San-

Sky Lake, all employed at the Miss Sally West, a close friend of Met Tuesday NightThe i date of the wedding of Miss Leslie ford, Wendy Orr of Ocala, Ray
Martin Company, are on a two Jeannettes. Smith of Palm Beach, and Hank
Paulette
White Auto Storeon weeks vacation and are travelingin Miss Cuykendall who is a coun- Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge ton Yates. Mann to Henry Clin- Ralston of Largo. These young

all directions, some to the far selor at the summer camp will return held the regular meeting Tuesday The Ceremony will be held at people will stay in the homes of
North, some to the far West, and home July 1st. St. John's parishioners and will
night with Lulu Kessler, Noble 2:30: in the sanctuary of the First
their some to the far South yes, as Mr. and Mrs. Lee Anderson and Grand, presiding.Two Baptist Church with Dr. H. P. be entertained for dinner each
far South as Jamaica.Mr. two children, from Detroit, Michigan night in the homes of a different
members Zola Nash Amos
new officiating A reception will
George Garrett, 1103 and Mr. and Mrs. Clark De- parishioner.The .
and Della Johnson, initiated follow
were in the annex.
month broke his leg in an unusual Luney and son, from Pine Grove, D.V.C.S. team is comingto
,
into the lodge with an impressive No invitations
being issued
GRAND accident, has been returned to his are
OPENING West Virginia, will arrive this Kissimmee after leading a
home after two weeks in the Flor- ceremony. but all friends of the couple are
week for visit with
a ,Mr. and Mrs. Van Marter : Church School at All Saint'sChurch
Myrtle accompaniedby invited to attend.
ida Sanitarium and Hospital in Or- Robert Coulton at their home, 1123 Kerr the Ft. Lauderdale. and up-
at
Mary
piano,
sanga
lando, where he had surgery on Linton Ave. on leaving Kissimmee will to

solo. go
Brant Bros. Inc. the broken leg. The Prayer of Cyrus Brown: This was the last meeting until Birth AnnouncementMr. Miami where they will lead a
He will not be able to walk "The : and Mrs. Robert L. II
proper way for a man to September as" the lodge recesses Eby Bible school at the Church of the
for some time, and is confined to pray," announce the birth of a son, Ressurection.Mrs. .
1028 S. Division GA 5-1669 his home. Said Deacon Lemuel Keyes, during Refreshments July and August.served Douglas Leroy, on Sunday, June
were by
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wick and three "And the only proper attitudeIs 24th at the Fort Benning Hospital.
Kerr Marie
Mary Eggers, Mabel
children, who live on Hawkes Ave. [ down upon his knees." Young Doug is the grandson of Lula Beauchamp left this

*"No. .- T should cav., tti. *.wow.. t/\. n....iy" Snyder r :_ Julia James and Evonne Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ebv. of Kissim-_______ week for a visit_ atVitinmni_____,_
------ -- ---- -J k'--J' nOSLener. -- n n u -- pu
Said Rev. Doctor Wise, I mee. Indiana.
Is standing straight with out- .
stretched arms, and rapt and up- Wesleyan Guild To

CongratulationsTo turned eyes." Meet Monday NightThe i ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
"Oh, no; no, no," said Elder Slow,
"Such posture is too proud: Wesleyan Service Guild of

A man should pray with eyes fast the First Methodist Church will DAILY VACATION
closed and head contritely meet Monday night at 8 p.m. at
bowed""It the home of Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson,
seems to me his hands shouldbe 914 Emmett Street.

austerely clasped in front, The program, "The Church and BIBLE SCHOOLWill
with thumbs pointing towardsthe Today's Students", will be pre-
White Auto Store ground" I sented by Mrs. Duncan McFar-

Said Rev.year Doctor I fell in Blunt."Las' Hodkins'. well land. be held July 2 through July 13 for all ages

Head first" said Cyrus Brown 6-12, or 6th grade. This school is for children of
Convention
Singing
"With both my heels a-stickin' up.
the community regardless of denomination and
My head a-pintin' down; Scheduled Sunday
Electrical Work "An' I made a prayer right then The Fourway Singing Convention will be held in the air-conditioned( parish house

done said and there Best prayer I ever will meet at the Lake Region from 2 to 4:30: p.m. Monday\ through Friday,
by Baptist Church on the Dundee-
Yes the prayingest prayer I Winter Haven Road Sunday, July except July 4th.FATIiER.
ever prayed Was astandingon 1st, with
morning worship, lunchat
head." WENDELL HAINL1N, RECTOR
my (Copied) and
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The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florda, Thurs., June 23, 1962 office In the Courthouse at Klsslm ty. Florida., on the 25th flay of and TTest of center or Reedy. ix THE: couvrr reDG 'S COURT Slaughter Cattle
I ruse Florida within six calendar July 1962 for approval of flame and Creek) Section 35 OSCEOLA OOU "TY. FLORID made up :31 percent 24.00 Common $17.00-20.00.;

months from the date of the firs for final discharge as Executor of All Section 36 IX RE. ESTVTE." OF LELAH IIMBODY. of the sale with Calves mak- Medium and few good 100-250
I publication of this Notice Each the Estate of WILLIAM: T. ShOEMAKER Deceased.

IILEGAL NOTICES- I claim or demand must be in writingand deceased. AH the above in Township 27South xoncn TO ing up 65 percent of the Cattle. lbs. 240027.25, Common $21.00-

must state the place of residence This 19th day of June A.T 196 Rang 29 East CREDITORS! 25.00.
- of the claimant and must be CITIZENS NATIONAL BANE: O}' TO ALL CREDITORS. LEOVTF.ES. Utility slaughter steers $17.00- _

iv TilE CIRCUIT cornr OK) TIlE you or any of you have In or to sworn to by the claimant, his agent ORLANDOBy DISTRIBLrEER."XD .ALL PERSON'S 19.50 Cutter and Utility heifers KIV ITCII
NIXTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN any of the above-described lands or attorney, or the same will be- : C. W. Davis All (except that part lyingWest HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMAXDS no\T !'i'n\Tt'1I IT!

AXI) FOR OisCEOUA CXJUNTTILORI and show cause why the same come void according to law. C. W. Davis! Vice President of Center of Reedy Creek) in AGAINST SAID ESTATE: $17.00-20.00, few Utility cows Scratchpreado infection. e..'-

DA should not be taken for the use This the 30th day of May. 1962 Executor of the Estate of Township East. Section 28 1 South, Itange 29 YOU and each of you are hereby 170018.00, Cutter $14.50-17.00. lag vinilK pnlB. \pply quick-dry-

ind purpose set forth in the FRANCES M.. ROBINSON WILLIAM T. SHOEilAJvER. All fractional Section 7 notified and required to presentagy Canner IBIC UliOT !. "tt'.... ItchIBIC -
LAW NO, 2C02 Petition filed herein Am'iJJarydmlnilltratrix CTA of deceased 17 claims which you, or eitheror $13.50-15.00 Cutter and quiet deem. In minutes sad

WITNESS m> Hand and the Seal the Estate of William E. Maxson. Thacker and Thacker .W4 All (Section right-of-way for canal you. may have against, the estate few Utility bulls $17.00-18.00 good lUeplle action help speed healI -
except
STVTE. ROAD nnPARTMFAT OF of said Court this Sth day of June. also known as W. E. Maxson. PO Box 527Kissimmee. and less lands described in Deed of Lelah I. Imbody. deceased calves $24.00-27.00, few Choice UK. Fine for .....r.... !...**< bite*.

}FLORIDA an Agency of the State A.D., 19C%. deceased. Florida Book 44. Page 638)) Section 18 late of Marion County Ohio. to the up foot lIck other surface rm.he 1C
of t'lorida. OLEVN" RAY Murray W. Overstreet Jr. Attorneys for Executor to $29.25, Standard 20002400. .
All (except right-of-way for canal) County Judge of said county at not pleased your &Se hack at any
andO CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT. IN Attorney trix CT\ for Ancillary Admlnistra June 21. %8. July 5. 12. 196!. Section 19 his office In the Courthouse Good and few Choice Vealers drug IIc..r. TOII\Y at IU'\"T: 11110
AND FOIl O CfoOI4.C U---ry.
FLOIU f\. P. O Box 492 IN RF:: Adoption of All Section 20All Kissimmee.' Florida within six calendar 28.00-31.50 Medium 500-750 lb.

CF.OIA.COC:,,;-ry. a Political' Subdivision BY /Marjorie R. Ha ye Kissimmee, Florida SMITH BABY. Section 21 months from the date of the feeder-stocker steers $18.00-20.50
of the state of Florida. DEPUTY CLEIUx: June 7. 14 .21 & 28. 196IN A minor. All Section 22 first" publication of this Notice ,

(SEAL) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tl I; All Section 23 Each claim or demand must be in Common $17.0019.25.Common .

Petitioners MURRAY W. OVERSTREET, JR. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT NINTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT IX All Section(West 24 of Canoe Creek Road) writing and must state the placeof heifers $16.00-19.00, SEE 9 tlO

COUNTY ATTORNEY AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY residence: of the claimant and
CEOLA FLORIDA.IN Creek Common
v COUNTY All (West of Canoe Road) cows $14.75-17.00, few
124
Broadway FLORIDA must be sworn to by the claimant.
RE ESTATE OF'OLiVE Section 23
Kissimmee Florida and :V. MAXSON. Deceased. IX CHANCERY NO. 6309 All Section 26All his agent or attorney or the springers up to S22.00. Inferior,
MORRIS ]3. ALLEN et al. DAVID M ANDERSON NOTICE TO ANSWER same will become void
accordingto $13.25-15.00 Good
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Section 27 : 250-500 lb.
Attorney for the Petitioner TO: BILLY RAY SMITH law. ELECTRIC BOATS
All Section 2S GlASS BOTTOM
Defendants State Road 5726 caves 235027.00 Medium
Department TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES Fayrtteville Road All Section 29 This!' the !:itb day of Jun., 1962, $20.00-

XOTICR OP Tallahassee Holland Building, Florida DISTRIBUTEES: AND.; ALL PERSONS YOU Raleigh.ARE North HEREBY Carolina NOTIFIEDthat ,All (except right-of-way for canal) ._.I, n... ...",'.........,... H.yr y..T.... .>.....11&n'lIIary .......

ItULI: X i *> i June HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Petition i In SVction 30 .\ Executorof
14-21-28. July 5. 1962 a has been filed
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: All fractional (except rightofwayfor
the above-styled Court bv ERVI I the Estate of Lelah I. Imbody. I

NOTICE OF EMINENT IOMMNIPjClEDING MILLARD and ELOISE :MILLARD canal) Section 31 deceased
: IV TilE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE You and each of you are hereby his" wife for the adoption or SMITH WH and Ntt of NEli and SW of Murray W Overstreet. Jr. .

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN notified and required to present any DAIlY a minor by' the petitioners NEU Section 32 I Attorney for .\n'ilItryetmlni!ltraI -

IV THE NAME ANT TY TilE AND FOR o efoOLCOtXTl". claims which you. or either of you. and you are required to serve a NH of NI'I and fractional E% I Attorney for Ancillary Executor WATERFRONT HOME3Bedrooms

AUTHORITY OK TilE STATE Ofo' FLORIDA may have against the estate ot copy of your Answer or Objection Section 33 I P O. Box 41! !
IN Olive V Maxson. deceased late .of
CHANCERY :NO- 6294
FLORIDA. to show cause why' said Petition All fractional (except rl htofayfor I Kissimmee! Florldi
IN RE THE New London Count! Connecticut
ADOPTION OF
: should not be granted on the Attornev road to Lake Cypress) Section I June %". July :.. 12 & 1<>. 19G2: .
KATHY ANN to the County Judge of said county
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT COX GILBERT for Petitioners CHARLES 34All
a. minor at his office in the Courthouse at I
CKHX. and to all person! and ROBERT EUGENE BLACKFORD Kissimmee Florida within six A. SULLIVAN ESQUIRE. PO. Box (except right-of-way for road 2Baths.Iathis:\ Climate Control. Beautiful '
parties claiming: or hating any 2 Vero and file the
Beach Florida
.
Petitioner calendar months from the date of to Lake Cypress) Section 3$ I

rifcht.gage or title.other Interest lien ,to estate or on mort.-those \ITH' n\ BLIC4TIO> OF the first publication of this Notice of original the Circuit in the Court office at of his the office(CK-r All (Vest rigrht-of-way of Canoe Creek for Road road except to- KissimmeeLivestock 30 ft. Sweep of Draperies Across Florida Room, Living )

I'I'TITIO'Olt Each claim demand must be In
: ADOPTIONTO or
certain parcels of land hf'r..lnarterdel..rlbed at the Osceola County Courthouse, Lake Cypress) Section 36 Room Opening Waterfront. Dock Double &
on
and the following persons : LfcON\KI> LEON GILBERT, writing and must state the place of Kissimmee. Florida on or before Carporte ,
together with all unknown do Penny Farms ltd.. Green Cove. residence of the claimant and must
: Springs.; Florida. be sworn to by the claimant his July 20th. 1962: and upon your failure All the above in Township 27 Cement Driveway.
r.-r!on claiming by. through or to do so a decree pro confess South. Range 30 East
under known persons who are dead lou are BerebXotlflt'd that a agent or attorney', or the same will will be entered against vou

or who are not known to be dead petition has been filed in the above become void according to law WITNESS my" hand and the seal Ml Section 1All Market Report
This the 30th of 3.ra19C. %.
styled day
court Robert
or alive: for by the adoption EugeneElackford of MARJORIE HONETOR of said Court in Kissimmee. Flor (except right-of-way for canal) By KEN CALDWELL FOR COMPLETE:\ DETAILS SEE
ida. this 19th day of June, 1962. Section 2
KATHY ANN GILBERT minor Ancillary Administratrix eTA of
Charles II Carroll a ,
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) All (except right-of-way for canal
)
Address* Unknown by the petitioner. Robert Eugene the Estate of Olive V. Maxson, GLENN
RAY Section 3

Sill No. 59 serve Blackford a copy, and of you jour are required Answer or to Murray W Oxerstreet.deceased Jr. Clerk of .the Circuit Court All Section 4All At the Kissimmee Livestock Davis AgencyW.
Osceola ..ount -. Florida (except EW5 of $\V'H Section -
for Adminis-
Objections' show \ttornev Ancillary
:
Joseph R. Carroll to cause why said
Bv /Marjorie R. Haye 5 Market Wednesday 460 cattle and
petition should tratrix CTP .\
not be
11C3; Hlchard-on Vista' Road granted on
I O Box 49% Charles A. SuliivanAttorney All (except SEt; of SEV! ) Sec -
the for
Apt 69. Uuildinjc 4 attorney petitioner. DONALD for Petitioners tion 6Ml calves were sold compared to 690a H. Morse Corporation
Ankorage. Alaska I). LETTOW. 1129 Pt'nnsyl- Kisximmee, Florida Box .

slit No. 59 vania.! Avenue_ _P O;. Box. 833. Stwiuuu : June 7. 14. 21. 28. 196% Vero P.O. Beach 3 Florida Section of SE'S lyingEast of canal week ago.Compared.

r lonua, anu me me original: Published In The Kissimmee Ga- All Section 9AH to last
Robert R. Hurd in the office of the Clerk of theCircuit IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Wednesday Florida Inc.
Counselors
zetle on. June 21. 28 July & & 1%, Section 10 Slaughter Steers Realty
LaJose. PennsylvaniaSRD !' Court on or before July 5th. (t1"EOL.C'tt'XTY: FLORIDA. 1962. .All Section 11 Heifers and

No. 46- 1962. IN RE: ESTATE OF All Section 12 Bulls too few for test, Cows 50c
Herein Fall Not or a degree pro LoYAI A, \CKSON Deceased.OTICK "
ALIAS >OTICK OP VI ITIN
T S, Keerer confesso will be entered against > TO HKUITOHS! THE CIRCUIT COURT' OK TilE : All the above in Township 23 Higher and Calves Steady to $1.50 Sun Empire Realty

1'. O Box 662Hickory. you. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND : South Range 30 East. Lower with decline on 250-500 lb.
North Carolina \itness my hand and the seal of TO ALL CREDITORS. LEATEESDISTRIBUTEES '
FOR COUXTY OF OSCEOLASTVTE ,
SRD No. 12 said court in Kissimmee. :Florida, AND ALL PERSONS OF FLORID In Chancery Also Beginning the Northwest weights. Stocker Steers Steady to
this 5th day of June 1962.CIRCUIT WING CLAIMS OR DEMAND.V 50c Lower, Heifers too few for
FRANCES RUTH SXYDER. Plaintiff corner of Lot One (1) of Section Goodwin
MooreTakelheKids
Rose
Mabel 1', O. Pox:M. Keever 662Hickorr. ( COURT GLENN SEAL RAY ) AGAINST SAID ESTATE: vs ORVALi GLEN SNYDEI Six (6). Township Twenty-eight test, Cows $1.00 Higher and Calves

North Carolina Clerk of Circuit Court In and forOst'eola You and each of you are hereby Ddl'ndant.LIAS. The Elate of NOTICE Florida OFSUIT. to East(28) South run thence Range Thirty-one East 1348 (31)feet Steady to $2.00 Lower with decline -

fcRD No. 12 Count. Florida notified and required to present any; ORVAL GLEN SVYDER- You are to the Kissimmee-! \\"hittier Road; on 250-500 Ib. weights.
By /MARJUUIE K.
hATE
claims which you. or either of you. hereby notified that a suit in equity thence aloo2' said 1Ln.1wn1oith
Situ >o. 12 It (.IT OP WYThe Deputy may have against!' the estate of for divorce has been brought 14 d.grees30- ;--" --minutes" -o East -787.9
June 7. 14, 21. 28. 1962
Loyal A. Jackson deceased late
feet thence
against you bv FRANCES RUTH ; South 38 degrees 45
East S3 feet for a parcel of f.f Clinton Count Michigan to the
SN'YDER. in the Circuit Court of minutes Kat 1153 feet: thence
land described as follow: Ninth Judicial Circuit Court ( ce- County Judge of said county at his
the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and South 50 degrees: 45 minutes Wst
ola County Florida Chancery No. office In the Courthouse at Kissim for of Osceola, State ofFlorida boundary of
County n See-
"The Xorth Eighty (80) feet 01 C297 Mabel R mee. Florida within six calendar and fronthHi\7 )) thence along i
of Simmons a you are hereby sum- : said !
beginning, Northeast corner months from the date of the firs
\s SAM McBEYTH. et al. moned. ordered and required to fit Western boundary' In a Northern
-
Northeast' Quarter (:NK1- 4) o f 'ldow'l publication of this Notice Each
ants suit to Quiet Title.O'l'U' your written answer or defenses' to direction to place of beginning.You .
Southeast Quarter ( E'4). r'inSouth :\ K OP SOIT claim or demand must be in writing the Complaint filed herein again
255.7 feet West' 2!557 feet and must rest
state the place of
TilE STXTE OF FLORID TO: you in the above entitled cause' I In will hereby take notice that
North 215.7 feet. East: 253.7 fee
dence of
claimant and be
the
must 'the
plaintiff
KUm ill Heath and the office of the Clerk of the Cir has filed suit against
of Section fifteen (15). Township 1lcUeath his wife, if he be married sworn to by the claimant, his' agentor cult Court In and 'r Osceola Coun you in the Circuit Court In and for SHOW
twent>-fUe (25) South IlaneeTwentynine attorney or the same will be- Osceola FLORIDA QUARTER HORSE
East' O col residence and address unknown: ty. Florida at his office in the County Florida, to quiet
((29) come void according to law.
the title In
Blanche McBeath and Court House In K'ssimmee.: on or the plaintiff to the
County. State of Florida. tI.F.SSand This the 4th day of June. 196.
her husband if she be married. before the 23 day of July A.D. 1962 property situate in Osceola and
the 30 feet .
EXCI l'T East
GERALDINE C. M BUDD
resident and address and to serve a of such answer Polk Counties Florida, described
unknown: S copy
previously!by deed deeded In to Deed OsceolaCounty Book"FJo' R. Seymour and Ancillary Estate' of Administratrix Loyal A. Jackson.of the or defenses' upon the firm of Brin abov e.You. Monday Mite July 2, 7:00: p.m.
Seymour his for
wife If he be married son and McWhirter. Attorney
Public
page 193.:; Osteola residence and address as las deceased Plaintiff herein, whose address il are hereby required to file All Performance Show
Records ;
) Murray W Overstreet. Jr. Cutting.' Reining
known Mountainair. New Mexico: Post Office Box 348, Kissimmee. your defense to the above action .
'
William F McEndree and Attorney for Ancillary Admlnlstra- Florida on or before said date all with the Clerk of the above styled

more PONTMNINO or l 1"1'8.< 1SIO square feet McEndree.:: his wife. if be be married trix... O Box 492Kissimmee. required by law. If you fall to do Court and to serve a copy of the Wednesday July 4. 9:00: a.m.

', residence and address un- so. a Decree Pro Confesso will bf- same upon W. J. Steed. 1004 Met-

OWNED flY T S KFT.VKR and known; Belie I. McEndree and Florida June 14 2S 1962 entered against you for the relief calf Building. attorney for plain- Quarter Horse Races Thrills!
7. 21. ,
tiff, on or before :! ,
her husband, if demanded in the Complaint July 20. 1962
wife MAUHL M KEEVEKSRD
she be married residence and ad- IS THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR WITNESS my hand as Clerk of said Herein tall not or a decree pro $1 l For Adults Children Under 12 Free!
confesso will
be
46-11 niGHT OF A\.%Y Iress unknown; If any of said Individuals THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Circuit Court of Osceola County. entered against
be living and if any of Florida and the seal of said Courtat
OK FLORIDA IN AND FOR OSCE-
That part of them be dead their unknown heirs Kissimmee. Osceola County.Florida you.IN
: OL.COt.y, FLORID CHANCERY -
devisee legatees, assignees lien- on the 19th day of June. WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
NO. 6300. FIRST FEDERAL
A portion of "11t'=-lnnlnl at the ors creditors or other persons A.D. 1962. hereunto set my hand and affixed
{ SAViNGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA-
Northwest Corner of Section 11 Seminole:-laiming bthrough or under them. TION OF) OSCEOLA COUNTY a IS/ GLENN RAY Osceola my official County.seal Florida at Kissimmee!' Horse Sale
in Townshln %S'outh.: of R'tnlt" Land and Investment CIRCUIT COURTOSCEOUX this 15
< Corporation organized:: and existing CLERK OK day of June. 1962.GLENX. Quarter
29 East: theote East 14 Chain Company, a corporation and the Unknown under the laws of the United COUNTY. FLORIDA

and 20 links on North boundarv assigns successors in Interest Mate of America PL.UNT1FF.s (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) RAY
or said Section to stake. thence trustees or any other party .
a > MERRILL L. CHERRY AND Brinson and McWhirter Clerk of the Circuit
South 7 Chains and 41J. links U "laiming said by. through. under or MABEL A. CHERRY his wife (et Attorneys for Plaintiff Bys/ Ellanore O. Jowers Court
stake: tht'nt'e'e"t 14 Chains am' against corporation; and The al) Defendants. FORECLOSURE OF KI8s mmt't'. Florida
Deputy Clerk
20 links to a stake on the \Ves' Orange.'orporatlon.Orchard and Company.the unknown an Ohio MORTGAGE. June %1. %8. July 5. 1!. |U6%. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Tuesday July 3, :00: p.m.
assigns -
houndar (,f said Section: thence NOTICE OF SLIT W. J. Steed
North on saidVe"t boundary '; successors in interest trustees THE STATE OK FLORIDA TO: TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE Of Steed steed & Urban

chains and 4V. links to the be- or any other part claiming b>. MRRRILL I... CHERRY AND MABEL NINTH JUDICIAL clJl UtT. IN 1004/ Metcalf Building
Kinnlnir containing ten acres o' through under or against said corporation A. CHERRY. 1716 Central .\ND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY Orlando. ALL EVENTS AT SILVER SPURS ARENA

land lying[ within Its 9 and 10 and any and all persons Court Apartment 3. Gulfport JRIlu.-IN CHANCERY. JiO. 630BROX.&ONS .Atterne for plaintiff -.r-
lilock 2. and Lots 9 through 16 :claiming any right title or interest INC :
Mississippi a Florida .
: .
June
21.
]Ilock,3. of Marydia Subdivision In and to the property hereinafter ..nrnnr..t lon_ 28, July 5. 12. 1962_

....,".UII,,_,, .to ".... _r-t'"ur-u", In described! in Osceola County Flor- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a "'-. Plaintiff. .

- l'iatiook "B". paire 67. public OVWTS' suit has been instituted againstyou v... '
records of Osceola 11%. and 113. of Section Thirty- Defendants
; foreclose recorded in -
two 13%). in a mortgage
Township
Twentysix .
Official Records Book 65. Page %46.
h'ln4'"t of and within 40 feet of tIC. South Range Thirty-one In the public records of Oaceola SLiT.: TO Qt'irrr 'rITI.}:
th,. Survey line of State Road SGtl (31) ,;aM. accorum< to the Plat County. Florida affecting! the following -
'
F I. Section !92201 : and Hast: of said of the Seminole Land and InveStment described property; .NOTICK OF SUIT

_ survey: line: said survey line beliu Company Subdivision Lot Fourteen (14) of Block 'C, I
described as follows'!: of the said Section: 32, as filed of Osceola Acre, a Subdivisionof TIlE KTATE. OP Io'WnID.\"TO-

and recorded among the public George n. Newell and -. -
Osceola County Florida according ONE OF YOUR BIGGEST
rteRln on the South line of HlocVIt records of Osceola Count)'. Stateof to the Official Plat as Newell his wife If living and If BUYS

!I, said Mar\dia Subdivision, according Florida., on the 31st day of filed and recorded among the eitherare .dead his or her unknown
August A D, 19o:, and recorder
to plat recorded in Plat Public Records of Osceola County heirs devisees, legatees..
Hook *H", page B7. public record among O.sceoU the public records of said Florida, on the 4th day of grhtt-es ahd creditors "
of Osceola Count. Florida, in Plat
point 93(9: feet. Kant of th Book "n", on page %8. Book I, on page 302 The heirs devisees legatees, and(

Southwest corner of paid Hlool Plaintiff NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED rranteea eC William T. Forbes, J

19 tht-nco run North O'OI'SO" has instituted suit againstyoU that unless you file an answer or deceased.
Hast 3 other responsive pleadings with the
or a curve concave to the Easterly Title in the Plaintiff and her grantees : it. O, Manvllle. and '
Clerk of the said Court on or before -
I and banner a radius of 2'!649 : and to the that above described proper- the 16 day of July, A.I, 1962, ManyiUe his vrjfe. if living and ;: : IS J YOUR NEWSPAPER !
feet thence y you are hereby' re- either dead. his her unknown
-I run along the arc o uired ,, and serve a copy thereof upon the If are or -
Raid curve through a <'entn' : to answer or file jour vvrften undersigned Attorney' for Plaintiff heirs devisees legatees !

angle of 1218'a distance. of CIT defenses on or before July' 10 at the address below, a decreepro grantees, and creditors

feet to the end of curve: then-, UI:, with the above Court and confesjto will be entered against .. ., ,

run North I2e19' 0" East %54.%' 'er\'t' a copy thereof on the below you for the relief demanded in the J Herbert Ware and -- .
feet to the North line of Sectlor tamed Attorney', or a Decree Pro Complaint filed herein. This notice Ware his wife if living and if '

11. Township JS youth: Rane 'onfesso will be taken against you. will be published once each week either are dead. his or her unknown T One of America's biggest bargains is your
AMTNESS hand and ,
2 9 Fast st a olnt 12005 feet East my seal atCissimmee. for four consecutive weeks. heirs devisees legatees
of th-e :--.rthwt'J-- corner of sal : Osceola County. Flor BOND AND ORDERFO at Kissimmee. grantees. and creditors.The '
da. this June 5. A.D, 196. ]: : of the
Section 11. tience .'ont East: U,S3 feet to the s' GUEN.V RAY this 12 day of June. 1961. heirs devisees legatees and

South.. -...line. "> .'of. Rlok.,4.: ..said M-t Marv 10feet : '<" :lerk CIRCUIT of the COURT Above SEAL Entitled) Court s/ GLENN RAT grantees(sometimes of Known William as C\\_'. Parsons C Par- : everyday items, and the time it takes to produce them,

"hillip R. Kelley CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Sons' ) deceased and G. IX Oilman

__ __ of said East Block of the 4.Southwest corner I 12 ost East Office Monument Box 331 Avenue OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA and Wynn Meredith as the executors .-- ." provides convincing proof. More than 100 talents and skills
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) of his last Will and Testament -

The land herein described! "iRsimmee. Florida Phillip R. Kelley It either are living and if ,
contains VTTOUNEY FOR PLAINTIFF 12 East Monument Avenue 'i are required to bring your newspaper
deceased their successors.
_ 24 930 square feet, more or less esclusUe. June 7. 14, 21. 28. 1962 (P O. Box 331) '

______ rIgnt: "ot_of area in existing road ,.......... n". y. y y .._ ____ Kissimmee, Florida Mattie Gaskins. If living and if to you. Few things you buy contribute
way ., '
'I.'I1dUA.I I. ,"U\\U '.:UUU'.1", ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF dead her unknown heirs. devisees' ,.
)$CEf .\ COUTY. FLORIDA June 14. 21. 28 & July 5. 1962
OWNED RY: ROBERT R. hURT. HANCKKY NO. 6296. HARDY legatees grantees and creditors. so much to your way of life. Can you think of any other
_
-"* ... SIMMO.NS. Plaintiff, George R.'arman. :\OTIC.: TO DEFEND Walter S. Rudislll. Jr. and f
MIl) BO
IIH.1IT OK SV.tY et al. Defendants. SUIT IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OK TIlE RudUdU. his!' wife. If llving. -
That part of TO
: %OTICB OP SLiT ANT> FOR COUNTY OK OfeCEOLA. or her unknown heirs devisees
TUB STATE OF FLORIDA TO STATE OK FLOHID\. In Chancery
legatees grantees and creditors i
A triangular parcel of lad located JKOKQK K. CARMAN AND JOHNNIE P\DGETT. Plaintiff. vs.
North of the North line o' CARMAN, his wife. If he
DOROTHY L. PADGETT. 527 Douglas Rudislll. sinzle
Ethel a woman
Lee-Rel Park and S *MI'I of Mil'Street .e married if are. last known ad- \\n
SC, Heading Pennsylvania, Defendant a of Canton. Ohio, whose
beinu in the sv>,4 of th.NV' > Iress. )Iontclalr, New Jersey and '
NOTICE TO DEFEND The
mailing address U 1309 Louisiana
.. of th. N\Vi; of Section 11 f dead their unknown heirs. de- State of Florida to Dorothy L. Pad-
Ave. N.Canton 3. Ohio.
Township :5 South. Ran?* 2! :&&Sef'''. legatees assignees lienors. gett. You are hereby! notified thata LOOK AND COMPARE COSTS

East red I tors, or other persons claiming suit In equity for divorce has Clarence E. Smith. If living and ,

tying East of and within >>, through or under them; and I been brought against you by Johnnie If dead his unknown heirs devisees
40 feet n my and all claiming ,
persons anyright. Padgett In the Circuit Court of legatees, grantee and
the survey line of Mite Road i.53lSection title or Interest In and to the I the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and cred I tore' .
s2501. said survey line being roperty hereinafter described in for County of Osceola State of

described as follows: sceola County Florida AND TOLL Florida; and you are hereby summoned Benj Steams & Company. Inc. a

\ \\IIOM IT MAY CONCERN: ordered and required to file dissolved foreign corporation and
Reeln at the Southwest corner cv 4 LOT FOUR (4) of Section Fourteen Number
your written answer or defensesto the unknown assigns successors Item Cost Needed
the Nn, of Section 11. Townshi 14) In Township Twenty- the Complaint filed herein Man-hour
In Interest and any other party
25 &>uth. Rans-e 29 .
Hast thenc.run -
six (2' South. Range Thirty (30) -
against you in the above entitled claiming by. through under or
North 0.01'50" Ea,=t. 17S2.9' East: aocordlng to the Plat of cause. In the office of the Clerk of against said dissolved corporation Produce
feet to the beginning to
of a cur the Seminole Land & Investment the Circuit Court In and for OsceolaCounty. .
concave to the Raster! and hay Company's (Incorporated) Sub .Florida at the Court House
lug a radius of IS64,93 feet thenc* division of said Section 14. filed in
Kissimmee. Florida, on or before The Ellsworth Trust Company,
run along the arc of said eurvr In the Clerks Office and recorded the 20th day of July. 1962. and
to dissolved
foreign corporation
thru a central sngle of 12MS'. in a 1 .10
Plat Bookn" on page 3. serve a copy of such answer or and the unknown assigns successors Newspaper 3.000
distance!' of CIS feet
to the end of VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that defenses '
upon Thacker & Thack.rplalntifts .
CUr"Eth..ne... : In Interest, and any otherparty
run North U'I"SO"F.a.1t.
Plaintiff has instituted suit against
?54,J4 feet to the North Un.,., vou in the above Court to Quiet address is attorneys Post Office herein Box whose 527 under or
of said! Section. 11. at a point Title in the Plaintiff to the AboTt'Itscribed Kisslromee. Florida. on or before
corporation
and
12005 feet Ea t of the
Northwestcorner
: property and that you said date. as required by law If

of raid Section 11. are hereby required to answer or you fail to do *<*. a decree pro COB- All persons natural ot artificial 1 Dental 5.00 '/2'I
file your written defenses on or Tesso will
be
entered Fling
against you y claiming to bar
The land herein described" contains I i efore July 10. 1962. with the above for the relief demanded In the Com : tgt1 or interest In any the

20&0 square feet, more or less! ourt, and serve H copy thereof on plaint. .
lands situate, lying and belnr in Hairwash and Set 4.00 1/2
the below named Attorney or a WITNESS my hand as Clerk of Osceola and Polk Counties Florida -
OWNED nrJO?
PPU R (OAR '
Decree confesso will ba
pro taken said Circuit Court and the seal of vlx-
ROLL and CHARLES:: II ,

TKE NOTICE that CARROLL against vou.WITNESS. my hand and seal at said Count Court,.. Florida at Kissimmee., on the 20th Osceola day All fractional SE\i (being XVU of 1 1 Repair to Typewriter 7.50 11/2 1
a Declaration
4 Isslmmf'f'
Osceola Count nor-
of
June A. D.. 1962.
SEVi and Government
Lot Section
3) -
of Taking has
been filed
In the ida. this June 5. UG%. (Circuit Court SealS ) 33All

above-stjled era. the acquiring cause bv the Petition.P P Clerk (of signed) GLENN RAT / / Glenn Ray of Government Lot 1 'being all 1 Shoe Shiner .25 ,1/4
the Above Entitled Court Clerk of the Circuit
Court. of fractional Section) Section 34
these oroceedines! of the taking o* CIRCUIT COURT SEAL
) Osceola County. Florida All the above in
the abo\e-decrlhed lands for thor Phillip R. Kelley Thacker and Thacker South. Range 29 East.Township 26 Porter Carried Bog .50 1/4

> r nose set forth in the PetitiosF Post Office Box 331 Attorneys for Plaintiff All fractional Section 3 .
filed in this case via: AM Kissimmee. .'IorldaATTOIt.'l
Kissimmee. Florida All (exceot S% of SWU) Section 4
for portion
State
way a of Road t EY FOR *
PLAINTIFFJune
June 21. 2$ July 5. 12 19C2.
No 531. Osceola Countv. Florida : All fractional Section 1*
7. 14. 21. 38. 1)62.M
All fractional Section: 11
and that one of the Judges of th.
IX THE COURT OF THE COUNTY \11 fractional (lUll land. describedIn
Circuit Court In and for the Ninth TilE COUNTY JUDGES COURT.
JUDGE. OSCEOLA
Judicial Circuit of "Iorl",. Trill on OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA FLORIDA COUNTY. Deed Book 44. Pare C3S) Section -

the 11th day of Julv 1U%. at 1ft:0" IN RE: ESTATE OF \\ILLIAM E. NOTICE OF INTENTION 13
clock AM. In the Circuit Court )IAX )S. also known as "'. E. :MAKE APPLICATION FOR TO All fractional Section 14
Chambers In the Osceola Conntr LXSOt'.d.. .811 Section 15 The Kissimmee Gazette

Courthouse at Rlst mm.e. Florida :\OIIIK TO CKKDTOKSro FINAL RE: DISCHARGEIN THE ESTATE OF EVi. NW'i of XEU: and N% of
consider said Declaration of Taking NWy Section K ,
WILLIAM
T.
aonoint appraisers and make such LL cnKniTors. LEGATEES. deceased. SHOEMAKER, All Section 22

order a'l the Court deems. proper I UPiRIRUTEES. AND ALL, PER- IV PROBATE All Section Section 23All
All parties to the suit and all "ON HAVING 2*
CLAIMS OR DE- TO ALL WHOM
IT MAT CONCERN
All Section 25Ahh
Parties Interested ,
mav appear and IXNTSGA1NST SAID ESTATE
be heard at the time and place : Section 26 Leo
designated You and each of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN EU and that part of NWVJ of SGV SC/llmaker Plblisher8A
you are hereby THAT
CITIZENS
NATIONAL and SWU of SEt( and XEVi Of
You. and each of herebvcommanded c-tified and
you. are required> to present
BANK OF
any ORLANDO baa filed Its
SWV lying Kast of center of
to anpear by filing an claims which you. or either of you final report. Executor of the Estate
Section
Reedy Creek 17
Answer to the Petition heretofore may have against the estate of Wil.lam
of WILLIAM
T.
SHOEMAKER That part of NE'of NEIL and
filed In this cause In the above- E. liaison
also known
as W. I deceased; that it baa filed petition
XWH of NEU and SE of NEH
entitled 4
Court on or before the F. Maxson.: deceased late of New
16th day of July. 1962. to show London for final discharge and that it will lying East of center of Rt'edyCrt'ek
County.
Connecticut to the :apply to the Honorable O. P. John-
what right titU. interest, or liens County Judge of said at hiss Section 24AU
county i ion, county Judge of Osceola Coun (except: that part lylar South











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