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t3 If: tered. Second Class Matter Kissimmee Florida Established 1894 .
: mmee. Osceola County Florida Thursday, July 5, 1969 .hone U.-SSI PriceTenents
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The school authorities had fired the elementary principal J :J_ ': : ; :.f > ;
from the : : '
year before-a meek-and-mild-m a n n ere d ;; ; : .
little man named Todd-because he lacked the ability to ; : (

afternoon break up ,the weather poker held by the seventh grade each i ; .. ,

The .boys didn't play in the mornings because it was : >." .
warmer m the schoolroom on the second floor of the rick- ;. }; ;.' ..

ety, old wooden building that housed Bannertown school. ..' .'. ,T: u .J't \
However as soon as the sun had burned the frt>st off the '.,.... .... ; : l I I."aca' :f +w.w.11p"qtr
needles of the ..... j '. ..
'possum pines and the fallen oak leaves: 1f. ... .'" v
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usually right
after books had taken in after the lunch < .A. 0 \ .. j ,e\w : .. .
hour, the games started. I t
The boys of the 7th would troop down the wooden fire ;Z;: s. ,

escape and start two-or-three penny to a nickle games in .

the edge of the woods that bordered the school grbunds T .

and Principal Todd would watch them go with tears. in ( .

his eyes. fui

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couldn't stop them. They were bigger than he was. dys : ia
The law said a child had to remain in school until he or she

was 16 and some of the boys in the 7th were repeating the t

grade fyr the fourth or fifth time. tN ati ;l A S p 't
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Principal Todd was let go because he couldn't break up #,. /

the 7th graders' poker games and he was replaced by a F.f.f.: 't.:. .
guy that had a chin like Dick Tracy's and the guts to back j : J
his; oonvictions. His Malorie L. and he 0a.e, 4
up name was Bray ;; a "SS "
came to town wearing a checkered cap and a trenchcoat. '
When he first arrived on the scene, the 7th grade boys -_ 4- '
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guffawed. They said They could take a guy with a name r;; r :: ;

like Bray and a garb like that like a flush takes a straight. ,

Needless to say, Malorie L. Bray loosened several sets of ,'. : Higdon Jr and M. W. Crouse Jr. (left to right) have
teeth and wore out several sets of willow switches beforehe past few months. (Photo Hamrick)
We all stand by to save Stumpy. To keep him from
came to be accepted as the boss. But he was accepted. gotta stuff him steadily. lie's frantic when it's time for becoming food too he started fumbles skinny or
so and it's
a ,
Without reservation. Several repeaters of the 7th tried to his chin or thest. Sooohe wears a bib. On City Force

drop out but he went and drug them back to class, literally. The infant mockingbird's parents died at the claws of some stray cats in the yard of

home on Verona Street. So the youngster was turned over to us and we took on the job of bird
He survived beautifuly on dog food and raisins. in the Highlands. There are now 12 men on tho
FIRM IN HIS CONVICTIONSFrom Now, three weeks later Stumpy's enjoying his freedom in the Bird Sanctuary and 23, prefers to be called force headed by Chief Hob Best
with new friends on the wing. and with his wife, Mar- who just completed a year as: president -

the very first it was understood that one of But please, folks don't pick up baby birds, unless you know positively that their their d daughter, Debby of the Florida Police Chief's
Malone L. Hray's" onvictions-and he had many-was that been killed. !Many\ people, especially children think that baby birds are deserted just b months, resides at 1311 Associaiton.
each student in the reorganized 7th grade which he taught parents are not in sight at the moment. If you will observe you: will notice that baby Ave. Bobby is a native of

would recite a verse from the New Testament each morn- sounding calls for food constantly. The parents are out foraging for the babies' meals. The ROlE01)RAR'S) TOP! CROWDS{
ing, following the pledge of allegiance to, the flag. The exactly where their own children are at all times! Please leave the baby birds alone. friends call him Sonny.
verses were assigned in alphabetical order a day in advance People do not realize what is in store for them when they attempt to bring up a baby has two children, Vicki Because of the unusually :good
necessary for you to feed every ten or fifteen minutes a proper diet to keep them in tip 7, and Terri Lee, 3. His good weather-which means! the
- for memorizing purposes. until they calc c"for themselves and then be is Virginia and
turned loose. Remember, one important thing they lack of rain during performances! -
The class had worked through St. Matthew, St. Mark, learn when raisng: one of these li'I scudders "A NEW WAY TSTUFF A BIRD" 114 Rose Ave. They moved the three performances of the
St. Luke and was well into St. John before Malorie L. Bray Ed. Ladue -. Jrange Gardens Bird Sanctuary (Photo by from Miami last Silver Spurs Rodeo held Tuesday

had anv real t.otlbl", in" 4-Viio 1 n rea> One n f the reformed and '.-'\.'edncsda_ ,"f..n.n +"'" ...........1......
;'tude't iih"t-in;; i t'al ; .Y "'\Y "UJ'.u"
was Fields, a long drink of water '

that could play stud and the banjo, but who had trouble Aldersgate
mentorizing his daily Bible verse. For
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WRATH OF THE GODSAs Elderly Gets Federal Loan

Fate would have it when the class started workingon From FHA

St. John 11 Lightning drew verse 35 the shortest in
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the Bible. Jesus wept. The rest of the class sighed with The Aldersgate Foundation. located at the northwest corner of was conducted during the ,
relief. This ought to be easy enough for Lightning. who Inc., of Kissimmee, yesterday received Vine Street (Highway No. 530 now weeks of March this -- -
more'elated. N- a much sought after letter being four-laned) and Tfeacker large tent. '
even ,serving
was as M
The next mbrning 'he stood up grinning. He said it dated July 3, 196 ,..'1'4 u Jtfr.A...'Boulevard in the City of Kissimmee. -.-auditorium.; The people of 5' 5; County chobee,, located northwest three of to Lake fovr Okee-mile
D. Fielding Director of the Tampa The City Commission has of Kissimmee opened -f finland
with no trouble at all. yf of the new lake-shore dikes
Insuring: Office of the Federal already approved the land for an- hearts and homes to
It is expected that the FCD
"Jesus wept.
Housing Administration. nexation and appropriate zoning. the
out-of-state visitors 5)4 4 Board will also hear a report on
The tension coupled with the simple, compassionatefact
The The communication said in part, There will be a cafeteria, medi- The crowds were large studies of Flood Control District
into j snigger.
He broke big
got Lightning. a "Pursuant to a recent conferenceheld cal facility recreational and wor- effort of this kind, ; taxation.
class roared. Malone L. Bray's face flushed with anger. He at our Washington Headquarters ship facilities financed also in six hundred in some of A

ran to his coak; closet and took out his large supply of this office has! given approvalof connection wth the three hundred ings.A._ 1 Ben Cobb Killed In
willow switchesHe acceptance of the Aldersgate apartments and situated on the major concern of
then thrashed Lightning with a great, demonical Foundation 'application. ." same land The entire thirty acres is the need for adequate Automobile Accident

fury.; This acceptance comes as the cli- will be landscaped as a unit, and the older folks who need :Mi. Benjamin Franklin Cobb, Jr.,
4 max of nearly four years work will be a virtual garden spot. home or hospital service. of Patrick St., Kissimmee member
by the Rev. Richard L. Fullerton The apartments will feature the bed nursing home is of a pioneer Osceola County family -
NO LAUGHING MATTERJesus founder and President of Alders- finest advantages for retirees, including designed and preliminary was fatally injured early Tue-:
gate and much work by the other air conditioning, wall-to- ments are in.hand for its day, in an automobile accident,
wept, but Lightning Fields actually squalled as men of the board of Directors.It wall carpeting wheel-chair wide tion. The FHA will help near Taft.

I I he was being mauled. The principal nearly flogged him clears the way for a direct doors efficient kitchens, etc. gat d also. lie was a native and lifelong
for laughing. loan from the Federal Govern- The governmental approval is With the availability of resident of Osceola County and

The fact that Jesus Christ had the human compassion ment of $2, 700,000.00 for use in unique in that the authorities have Christian Convention was a retired city utilities plant:

to was no laughing matter to Malone L. Bray. the construction of three hundred seen fit to give it to the sponsorsand be constructed on engineer.
cry He had the guts to back up his beliefs. So apparently, apartments for rent to elderly to the scope of the project already reserved. This : Furniture Company has lie was a member of the Church
citizens. without drawnor vide active of the Nazarene, the Kissimmei-
detailed plans being a ear-around !!
has the Godless Supreme Court of the United States, circa the front of their
The "recent conference" referredto a market analysis being made. environment for the look Allstates Tourist Club and waa:;
also has been air-
,I June, 1962. make Aldersgate their veteran of World
in the acceptance letter was "From our careful research we <<: Photo War One.
( Hamrick"
But has the so-called God-fearing populace of this once able show that the home well ) Survivors include
held on June 25th, 1962 in the were to pro- as as one son Cap-
F great country; that once had the guts to back up its beliefs office of C. Franklin Daniels, As- gram for retirement outlined by of America's finest tain Bernard R. Cobb with the

F sistant Commissioner of the Federal Aldersgate, combined with the Kissimmee.This Board armed forces in Germany. Three
Housing Administration in almost ideal retirement advantages aspect of the sisters, Mrs.\ Pearl Snyder and
r ir i McDaniel Named Washington, D. C. Also presentwere offered by the Kissimmee area ject will be financed Mrs. Maude Lamer both Kissim
Fred Senator Gerald P. Nye, ruled out a timid approach to the funds made available mee and Mrs. Anzy C. Easiev:,
Special FHA Assistant for Elderly project" the Rev. Fullerton said. "Friends of Aldersgate" Davenport. Two brothers John II.

.I.Ir Housing, and Robert Cunningham, He went on, "Hundreds have regular donations and Cobb, Gainesville and II. A. Cobb,
r Chamber ManagerJ. Multifamily Housing Representative already contributed their time, efforts whole organization is Haines City. Also 2 grandchildren
for the FHA Atlanta Regional and influence to make this be strictly non-profit, and Palm Beach in order Grissom Funeral Home will announce -

D. Benton president of the CHAMBER MANAGER Office as well as the legal and approach to retirement housing a is working well. of Orange and Os- arrangements pending arrival -
other advisors and representativesof reality. Though little money has Very careful attention and adjacent areas of Captain Cobb from has
of Commerce, announced -
Chamber the Aldersgate Foundation including been spent a great deal has been given every detail of the to attend, Miles seas.
the appointment of Fred the Rev. Mr. Fullerton. accomplished and this is as it that the interests of the

P. McDaniel as chamber. manager.He Charles M. Gunther, consultantfor should be in this area of service. people l will be completed projects Stores Offices Open
succeeds Paul W. Sanborn who the Aldersgate Foundationwith The very splendid cooperation of through the years. be presented for ac
resigned to accept a position with offices in Washington said in the City Government and the Coun- Many have asked "Is on Friday include: For Business Today
a a letter written that afternoonand ty Commission of Osceola County, gate an section of Belcher Most stores and business of firo':
Cape Coral.McDaniel. r addressed to Rev. Fullerton as well as the State officials (no- ject?" The answer is ( ) in St. Lucie County, which closed all day Wednesday m
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a native of Missouri, "The precedent set today by tably Mr. J. M. Buck of the Florida definite yes! The phrase cost of $763,000. observance of Independence Dav

moved to Kissimmee last year from Mr. C. Franklin Daniels, assist- Development Commission) has denomination" more of Little River will be open for business as usual
Ft. Lauderdale where he had made ant commissioner of FHA, combined with the very obvious desire scribes it though, for from ( ) in Dade County, north- this morning.The : .
of the Federal Government to ginning the leadership of Miami, built at a cost of Post Office and other services << -
his home for 15 yearLHe proving a 300 unit housing for
retired from the U. S. Navy the elderly project sponsored by see really adequate housing for the dersgate Foundation has : will also resume. a normal
with the rank of commander after the Aldersgate Foundation will elderly brought into service.It encourage the people to levee: in Glades schedule today.
has been remarkable to ob- to their own
r serving 21 years from aviation cadet v have far reaching benefits to all
commander.He serve the keen insight the business use Aldersgate for a ;->1'.
to non-profit organizations as wellas
was public relations officer your own. and professional people have hadas vantage and help in their .'/ '
in that we have presented our program. years.
several and
for years For the first time the Federal
worked The business communities of Kis- The board of directors
rapacity with representatives -
of countries including Government has recognized that simmee and Orlando have been up of men representing
Columbia Greece and West Ger- quality of sponsorship is more more than gracious in dealing withus nominations and will
important to the success of a pro- the needs
in these beginning days. versify as are
on both Naval and civic pro-
-r, ject than a well capitalized but The Aldersgate Developing Cor- The Aldersgate goal
jects.During +
his career with the navy : ., + otherwise poor sponsor."It poration, a wholly-owned subsidi- try is to serve the elderly r tI
he served as chief of staff reserve is most rewarding that you ary of the Foundation is already be served. There is a very
fleet, was commanding of- Fred P. McDaniel have achieved your original goal constructing individual homes for need for substantial
ficer of naval correspondencecourse Jf JfMovie in spite of the delaying tactics of sale. This phase of the project will this fast-growing group /
center executive officer some minor officials. Approval ofa continue as the market demands nearly 10% of our
USS Arneb public relations officer Menu 2700000.00 loan to the Alders- through the years. As further already and growing at
for naval air basic training com- gate Foundation based only upon plans materialize for Aldersgate a a thousand a day.
mand, commanding officer fleet air SOUTH TRAIL DRIVE IX your continuing efforts and the very adequate shopping center will Aldersgate will not
service squadron, navigator of USS THEATER raising of a 2Or working capitalis be built cooperative apartments the housing, but will "live

Oriskany, among other offices. T...... FrI. July 5.6 extremely reasonable. My heartiest arranged, a large mobile-home village and give constant
"ST.'TIF.UR" congratulations to you and established, and in fact, environmental factors

TEMPERATURESDATE .. Teas .-f 11 TOHTtnV HAPIRATES to Aldersgate. every kind of housing for retirees important to make -
lOilS: OM\ This loan coming under the will be cared for. ingful. Rather than a "

II L GW !at. JaIT"MAGNIFICENT 7 FHA "231" program, will finance This is in keeping with the program however, FOUR-This newly formed four piece band is now fur-

6-27 ___...90 73 0 7 MS SEVEN"MTSTERIOCS the construction of only the rental philosophy of the Foundation, to arranging retirement the music for the weekly Saturday night dances being

Thu628 ...........?_. 92 75 0.10 ISLAM* phase of the Aldersgate Christian serve the people as theychoose to which recognize the the Community House sponsored by the Tourist Club.
Fn. 6-29 -__._ 9a 72 0.11 IOCSRIG OK FIRE" Retirement Subdivision, being confined be served, and to give the elderly dependent living for the are open to the public with a 50c admission charge.
Sat. 6.30 90 70 0 ISiOO to a recently approved people the kind of retirement they citizen. Extra care will of the combo pictured above are, Thomas Metzger,
SUB. )I... T... July S. 8. 1. available Jerry Osterberg Robert Hall tenor and
trumpet. banjo
Sun-7-192 71 0 ".:SC" I..: FROM Z. IIRAIX" thirty acre section immediatelywest have desired rather than forcing but never
MoD. 7. 2 ..._ 90 70 0 "THE OUTSIDER of the present Aldersgate major changes on. them in their The architects are guitar and Harry Fox piano. Two large exhaust fans
Tue. 7.3 93 72 0 W-BEY... July HIR 11 constructionsite.. weakest time of life. preliminary drawing for n installed in the hall to keep the building cool for

lads O.M.V The rental! apartments will beat A very successful campmeetinff. (Continued on'Page ) (.Photo Bj Hamrick)

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2 The Gazette Kissimmety Florida, Thors, July 5, 1962 Till, Planl City (Fla.) Courier u-hich one."-S. E: )1 kt"'l..;!ovid

SHORt AND SWEET "About the hardest work for a I (N. Y.) Gazette and Indepe 4ent.
man is looking pleasant while his
I Little League To 0 wife introduces him to a fellow to "Woman may be physically

whom she was once engaged.- weaker than! roan, but she can puta

John W. Richards, Fageland (S. cap on a fruit jar so tight he
C.) Journal."A I can't get it off.-J. Dennis Los

I Start Second HalfAMERICAN joint choking account is one ness, Cornell (Wis.) Courier.
( that lets a wife beat her husbandto
the draw,"-Harold J. Blaschko, reasons why
1r Arcadia (Wis.) News-Leader. :.!leave home a'e (I) wives who can
LEAGUE Alan Baker Infield .343, Batting cook but don't antf (:2)ives) who
SCHEDULEJuly Avg. End of 1st Half. "There are three traffic prob-I "Life can be pretty grim when "A cultured woman is one, who 'can't cook but do.-John U Tects.

Clarence T. Eide Outfield, .314 lems-urban, suburban and bour- you reach 80-especially if there's by a mere shrug of her shoulders. Richwood (West Va.) Nicholas Re-
5 Thursday I Batting Avg. End of 1st Half. bon." -Kenny Bennett, Green a motorcycle cop behind you." can adjust her shoulder straps."- publican.
Kiwanis Vs. 'Rotary LIONS: '- .: castle (Ind.) Putnam County Gra- Frieda J. Monger, Duluth (Minn.) Allen A. Koreivo, Rutherford (N. I
Micklers\ Vs. Lions Terry \ : S phic. Publicity. J.) South Bergen News. "Maybe the girls would dress
Macky Infielder, .553, Bat- S I
July 9 Monday ting Avg. End of 1st Half. S 5 "This is the season when heavy "What we need more than drivein \Vhen a man and woman marry, more sensibly if men noticed
Lions Vs. Kiwanis Bobby Fetters, Outfield, .447, Bat- i ; .- 4 fogs give cars the creeps."-Bert supermarkets, restaurants they become one. The trouble sensibly drossed girl*."-D. E.Dewel .

July Rotary 12 Vs. Micklers ting Avg. End of 1st. Half. S. Masterson, Hartsdale (N.Y.) Mas- movies and banks, are drive-in starts when they try to decide Algona (tia.) Advance.

Kiwanis -Vs.Thursday Harold Peterson, Outfield, .172, terson Press. parking places." -S. E. Mekeel,
Micklers Batting Avg. End of 1st Half. "Driving like you were late fora Ovid (N.Y.) Gazette and Indepen InsiderSPORT
Rotary Vs. Lions
Mark Blevins, Pitcher, .312, Bat- S dental appointment is a good dent.
AMERICAN LEAGUE ting Avg. End of 1st Half. safe speed." -W. R. Smith, Coch- "Nothing keeps a family to-
STANDINGS Sammy Odom, Outfield, .312, Bat- ran (Ga.) Journal. gether as much as owning just
ting Avg. End of 1st Half. S "The space age was when you one car." -Dwain A. Bass. Hat- I
W L Pet. GAME of 6-27-62 ., t4S ;--S could find a place to park." field (Pa.) Penn Valley Times.

Rotary ._._..___... 5 0 1.000 In the first of the double S John L. Teets, Richwood (West The Women Bless 'Em
Kiwanis ____..__....__ 5 2 .714 header Micklers game walloped the S 5 : Va.) Nicholas Republican. "When a man answers the %:
-- Micklers __________.. 3 4 .429 Lions 111. Ronnie Baker bargedout : "Seeing all these 1962 cars on phone, he reaches for a pencil. A By Al Silverman Editor, Sport Magazine
Lions ____......_... -
0 7 .000 2 doubles and a single to lead the road makes yourealize that woman grabs a chair. -Kenny ROOKIES ARE HELPING hard
certainly have to give the Bennett, Greencastle (Ind. Gra towards his biggest goal
AMERICAN LEAGUE the Mickler attack. Harold Peterson S S'S'S you ) BASEBALL. This looks likea in baseball 300 victories.
ALL STARS Bob Fetter and Terry Macky American people a lot of credit. phic.. vintage year for newcomersin At the beginning of the sea-
1962 collected the only hits for the 1 S S ." -Dick Tamke, Battle Lake "No housewives are listed on the the major leagues. A flock son he had, eight to go, and
Lions. Clarence Eide took the win S (Minn.) Review. rolls of unemployed.-W. E. of them were among the lead- he was battling old age and
KIWANIS: while Terry Macky) was credited ) "There are three things the Barnes, Sleepy Eye (Minn.) Her- ing hitters and pitchers earlyin gout in his pitching elbow.

Wade Story, Infielder, .577, Batting with the loss. : average man believes himself ald Dispatch. the season. More important, But Early "Gus" Wynn has
Ayg. End of 1st Half. SCORES BY; INNINGS: V -i capable of doing superbly well; "Some mothers-in-law suffer some of the new boys are always been a battler. In the

Jimmy Chapman, Catcher, .529 .123 4-R H E : Singing tenor; managing a base- bad interferiority complexes." badly real characters needs characters., and baseball One current Orioles'issue of Sport, Dick BaltiMore -

Batting Avg. End of 1st Half. Lions __.____.____._.. 000 1- 132 S ball team; and making driver Bert Masterson, Hartsdale (N.Y.) notable example: Bo Belinsky, Williams tells of infielder this incident.
Dennis Higgins, Pitcher, .440, Micklers ...-_... 2 2 0 7-11 6 0 S 5 5 : 4 : license rules." -W. B. Coley, Jr. Masterson Press. Los Angeles Angels' phenom, "One day when I was with
of BATTERIES ,; S S.i Ashdown (Ark. Little River "Give inch and she
Batting: Avg. End 1st Half. : ) a woman an who pitched a no-hitter on Cleveland, Gus and Bob Lemon
Donnie Moore, Infielder, .294, Macky\ Blevins (2) and R. lIar- S. S r News. thinks she's a ruler."-Dojle lIar- May 5. Before this season and me were having some
Batting Avg. End'of 1st Half. per. Macky (2) :Eide and R. Baker, Belinsky was noted less for beers on a day when Gus got
Alan O'Berry, Infielder, .386, Batting The second game shows the two his pitching than for his eccentricities beat. I wasn't making the kind

: Avg. End of 1st Half. top teams meet in a tight game. I I A ON ALL FRONTS B/CWiLUAMSj I like $200 mohair of money the other guys were
ROTARY PROMISING STAR IN DAYTON RACE: Lee Roy Yarbrough of WINNER suits and a glib tongue. "I'm but, hell, I still wanted to buy
: Rotary made it five straight wins Jacksonville, Fla.. winner of the 250-mile; NASCAR modified- just socially sharp," Belinskysaid. rounds.
Eddie Carter, Outfield, .405, Bat- by edging past the Kiwanis 11-10. sportsman race at Dajtona International Speedway last! February, RALPH HOUKBORN A "When there':: a chance my" 'Put
ting Avg. End of 1st Half. your money in your
Kiwanis was leading 10-5 going into returned the track 4 for a few laughs, I like to '
to Daytona July to in the
Bob Bower, Pitcher .568 the "
Batting bottom of
the sixth inning, model take advantage of it.
Firecracker 250" late stock '
tuna car race starting at 11 a.m. /i.-; : MASK. AS A BIG "I waited and the next timeI
Avg. End of 1st Half. when Rotary erupted for 6 big Another good-looking rookieis
drove 1961 Pontiac qwned by Charles
Yarbrough a Cottrell of didn't ask. I
Ken Everson, Catcher, .375, Bat- runs and the ballgame. Larry Rose -- LEAGUE MANAGER HE WENT TO > third baseman Rich Rollins just slipped a
Lexington, Ky. and maintained by Ray Fox of Daytona Beach. fiver on the bar. Gus didn'tO
ting Avg. End of 1st alf. and Bob -TVfrKissio--------- arK--u f'ollpl'tpd________ _2 .. .- THE TOP IN JUST ONE YEAR.. -of- the Minnesota. --- Twins.- The ........, .. .... ....1.: U A _:A1.A.I: ___ __
J A TV VfA VA* AUO JlV Preston Baker, Infielder, .333, Bat- hits to pace the winners while Alan -.j-; WHEN HIS YANKS BEAT THE zo-year-oia glasses when, iso-pounaer playing becauseof wears bill and shredded the damn Alljr
ting Avg. End of 1st Half. O'Berry garnered 3 hits for the Ki- GAMES of 6-28-62 Security, Training t' ; REDS IN THE WORLD SERIES. astigmatism. "The doctors think into 20 pieces and gaveit
Larry Rose, Infielder, .267, Batting wanis. Bob Bowen collected the The Kiwanis team ran over the "a -- told me I have one shaped back to me. Then he said,
Avg. End of 1st Half. win, and Wade Story, who came in Lions 25 to 6. It was a close Offered By Army -LA5TFALL. like a basketball eye," Rollins 'I told you to keep your money
$ Tony Chafin, Infielder, .286, Bat- to relieve in the last inning took game until the Kiwanis big guns Moral, physical and mental security ,? says, "and th-j other like a in your pocket.'
ting Avg.; End of 1st Half. the loss.SCORE. started moving in the 4th inning. plus technical and professional ':' : / :football I don't know whichis "Later when he'd gone,
MICKLERS: BY INNINGS: Donnie Moore collected 4 for 5 I training along with actual which." Lemon said to me, 'On a day
to lead the winners while the Lions when Gus loses, it's good
Steve Kelley, Catcher, .405, Batting 123-156 RilE job experience, are offered young a
Avg. End of 1st Half. Kiwanis .202132 10 10 2 could only garner 4 hits. Donnie men by the modern U. S. Army. FOOTBALLS KEY idea 'to" do exactly what he

Gary Carroll, Pitcher, .382 Batting Rotary ". 023006 11 7 4 Moore was credited with the win The sum total of this is financial QUESTION MARKS. Two of says. *
Avg. End of 1st Half. BATTERIES: and Bob Fetters took the loss. security, according to Sgt. GeorgeC. the biggest names in the game *

Ronnie Baker, Outfield, .324, Batting Banknight, Higgins 3, and Story SCORE BY INNINGS: Saib, U. S. Army Recruiter for are come hurting around and, their if teams they don't will explanation SHORT ex-f A eat recent h e r-
Avg. End of 1st Half. j 6: Bowen & Everson.I 12345 It II E the Kissimmee-St. Cloud Area. THIS STRAIGHT-TALKINSjOOWN-:: Z' .. be in deep trouble. Quarter weight champion Willie Pep,
Kiwanis ____..._ O238122I4; 4 TO-EARTH 42-YEAROLD WENT ,..4. .
who earned
back of dollars -
Qualified young men enlisting S Sonny Jurgensen the over a million
Lions ............ 3030 0 646 for Regular Army Unassigned in FROM PRIVATE MAJOR IM 1 ', Philadelphia Eagles suffereda in purses on where all the
I NORRIS CLEANERS BATTERIES: ,today's Army have opportunitiesfor WORLD WARE.WAS HEROIC '. b : ) shoulder separation in the money went. Said Willie, "Fast
Johnston, Moore (3) & Chap- unlimited advancement and ASA RANGER.WJNHINGTHE l' post-season "Pro Bowl" gamein women and slow horses."
man: C. Harper, Fetters (3), Mac- continued SILVER STAR BCON2E STA*. .11' Miami last January. It is One of the most success-
KISSIMMEE'S FINEST ky (;)) & R. harper.NATIONAL growth of income. By I ANO,_THE:! PURPLE HEART.;- -.,1- ) :',S said he still can't throw a ful '"name" wrestlers recently
fCTHB pursuing an Army Career for onlytwenty ; :a'
confessed how
.... LEAGUE S football. So the Eagles are blood gets intoa
103 East Dakin Telephone| 847-4941! STANDINGSW years they can retire ma- :: \ -tJ-i: % --3 looking around desperately for pro wrestling match. "It
ture and well-rounded individualswith another quarterback.Joe comes from what we call the
L Pet. high degrees of skill and : Schmidt, the great mid- 'kicker, a small plastic capsule
Elks ___.___ ..6: 1 .857 ?:
m. technical work experience. What's ,1A'I" ; ) dle linebacker of the Detroit containing red powder. You
Tupperware 4 4 .500 more, they can 'retire while still Lions, recently had an opera- carry the capsule in your
Let's Go.: Church __....___...._m____ 3 5 S .375 young men, ready and equipped to C tion on his shoulder and he is mouth or under a knee band-
To Golden Gate Estates Jaycees m..m_ 2 5 .28G start a second career. (II ( wary about the results. "Ifit's age. You can break it pretty
not right this summer," easy with your fingernail or
Near Naples, Florida. While on ctive'd ty they are assured Joe said sadly, "I'll just haveto your teeth and when the pow-
Any Day 7 AM One Da Rangers .Are Hard job_secrlty.? There is no un call it a career." der comes out and hits sweaty
'' I employment the Army. And the It was former Lions'general flesh, it immediately makes
Car, Driver, Luncheon 1:"' Fighting Outfit regular j)pay is increased greatly manager Ed Kerbawy who" -thar-area look like it'S' bleed-
AIRPLANE RIDE I by many benefits offered through provided the best estimate of ing."
Rangersare men to be reckoned Army service. Some of the benefitsare Joe's value to the team. "The Heavyweight challenger
No Obligation Free FREE Lions without Joe Schmidt Sonny Liston's definition of
with. They were the first of our full medical and dental care,, ,
Nora B. Cornell Guest Combat Soldiers to fight in good food, clothing, and commis- NOW ADDED said Kerbawy, "is like goingto how it feels to hit a man.
"It's like the that
to hear spirit
burlesque just comes
Gulf American Corporation Europe in raids with British sary and post exchange privileges. ,ANOTHER DISTINCTION TOHE1L the music." into you in church." And on
Call 847-4206 Commandos nearly two years before There are many others. TAKE INTO how it feels getting hit. "Like
D-Day. After retiring and starting a THE NEW SEASON... GUS WYNN'S STRUGGLE. you walk down a street not
Training for this rugged outfit second career their civilian pay is 'CIGAR MAN OF THE YEA&V The strapping 42 -yea r- old looking and you hit a pole that
requires absolute sharpness of boosted by their Army retirementpay White Sox pitcher is working don't give."
mind and body. Rangers thrive on benefits and full medical
4-. danger. They take great pride in care. It all adds up to a rich and ------------J- -.1
I'-' being on their own, taking chances, rewarding life for a soldier and -
pushing their minds and their his family.
muscles to the limit. Sgt. Saib is at the KissimmeePost I The happiestI
Part of the training these men Office every Tuesday at 11:00
get is in Florida, through the hard A.M.
I grind of jungle and tropical I vacations
swamp. They learn the techniquesof Florida Motorists
waterborne and air-landed oper-
ations. In the blackest nights they Bent On Killing

fight "aggressor" forces and learnto Florida motorists were killing ',
win. In one exercise alone, they each other at a rate four times

Join Now fight over swampland, coastal greater, per 100 million miles oftra.el.
\ dunes, surf and in dense woods. 25
years than in 1961
\, And they come'out tougher;' smarter according to the ago Florida Highway Chevy n Nova Convertible-Thrifty! way to get In on top-down traveling!

Soldiers than they ever thought Patrol. I with
Family Membership Have they could be. For every 100 million miles of begin auisittoyoui ,

Their final phase of training is travel two and one half decadesago

spent in the Great _Smoky Moun- 23.7 persons died i in highway
$10.00 per week Fun tains of Georgia,-where they learn crashes.
to fight in rugged mountain ter

I Single (over 18 yrs.) $5.00 per wk. knock rain. They_ out. learn aggressor to scale forces cliffs in,, and result The while total of 1,203 the was auto persons 863 for in that died 1961 year as-a, I CHEVROLETDEALER'S -

Get In The SwimTropical caves effective and guerilla bunkers,forces and operate deep be-as 2,832,796 licensed drivers traveledover
billion miles. The rate
hind enemy lines. By the time theyare was
finished they are experienced 5.6.Or
to put it another way, if the
Rangers and they know it.
Bath Clu.bNEVER
1936!) death
rate' trend had
training Success entitles in this tough combat, tinued 1961's highway death toll Ct.:Y'J n Nova; ; Station Wagon-Family-sized, easy to park: pack, pay for!
a man to wear ,
the Ranger flash over his shoulder might well' have reached 4,000 ......
persons.In (J .. ,-.' -,-,-,
patch. It is ,
worn only by truly H.'r "
It outstanding Soldiers; the Rangersof 1941 the state had licensed ;... ,_.. = _..r- ;)
the U. S. Army. 855,144 drivers who rolled up over :: (!: ....,;,}Ie", I Ii

If you can measure up, see your five billion miles of travel but < :::-.'
'Army Recruiter. today for the details the death crash rate had narrowed ( r {41-- '} .11
ot'ho from the 1936 total to 14.3
? you can. become a per
Ranger in the, modern Army. lIe 100 million miles of travel. _
is located at the Kissimraee Post: By 1950 the Department of Pub- .

.Your gas water heater Office each Tuesday at 11:00 A.M. and lic Safety a quarter had million licensed drivers over, one the GET A JULY BUYANDSEEWHY .' m J 'm'----

1 Is a lasting Invest. Mrs. Mildred travel total went to almost 10
merit up to 10. Moyer billion miles and the death rate / L Chevrolet;: Impala! Sport sedan-Jet-smoorn itfarsfte expensive makes. J
' I S 'year Warranty. NothIng Passed Away TuesdayMrs. had dropped to 8.7. ___
In the
home serves And as the patrol points out,
so many and costs so Mildred M. Moyer\ 57, "although 1,203persons dead as
Cos little!water Green's heaters Fuel passed away in a Tampa hospital a result of highway crashes in
Tuesday after a brief illness. 1961 is
give you instant hot an atrocious record, our
water all you She was a native of Tiskilwa, death rate has declined slowly
__) want when you Illinois and had beerr a Tampa because of better traffic law enforcement -
want It wing resident for the past year. better,highways and a
rea t er economy She was a cashier for the Wal. more safety-minded public through
.:: of operation. Replace green Company. the teaching of traffic safety."
..,S your old water heater Survivors include '.
a daughter, There
.. were more licensed drivers -
a modern, automat -
; E :=D1 i c Green's Fad Shirley Ann Stamnos, two ((2,832,796)) in the state last
:: brothers, Webster H.
Smith, Kis- than
Gas water heater!IGREENS year ever in history;
simmee and Julius Smith, Tiskilwa. more registered vehicles ((2,814- 1 Corvair Mcnza 4-Door Sedan- Chevrolet: : Bel Air 9-Passenger Station Wagon-Jusl! about all the station! .:

grandson Grissom Funeral, Gene Stamnos. 426)); -more miles travelled ((21- I Sports car spice oil the family plan. wagon anyone cculil want Roof Luggage Carrier is'optional at extra cost "'.
Home will announce
: FUEIAAJ 592,000,000)! ).
arrangements; pending .
arrival --- -- -
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tion. Leo Brooker. chief at Lake Summer Program The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., July 5, 1962 3

land, succeeded Bob as presidentand II I

as a reward for his service

Bob was presented) with a wallet Nears MidpointThe
All Around Kenansville.Bj
card and gold wall card as outgoing I' I IMr.

; DTf5id nt. summer program of the

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we find Andy Murphy, Eddie Duke,I week with many activities being -
Kenneth Lanier, happy; McLaugh '' carried on to reach the inter- and Mrs. Irvin Harvey were marriage in an evening service Fri-

lin, Lee Graves, Jan Duke, Rodney 4 3 ests and maintain wholesome activities railed one day last Wfefc' by Mr. day. The' wedding tack place mt the,,

t' By BETTY EBY Schmidt, Emily Bast, Fred Con- for the youth of the rom- and Mrs. Ralph Kirk of Belle home of the bridegroom's aunt,'

ard, Jim Smith, Sandra Lynn munity. Glade. Mrs. Ella Story performed by Rev..

Schmidt. Bill Ramsey, H. H. Hale The swimming program, longa The L. J. Harvey family were Charlie Vickers.
>\.. Visited on Monday by her sister, Rev Albert garner; president of
Award Harris, Mrs. Theodore Bo- ,. most popular program here has
Mrs. R. C. Miller and who Florida and Sem-
family Institute
Rolls '
Gene ,
wen, H. B. Jones Lloyd '1 172 enrolled in classes organizedat
)Ir. and Mrs. John Kupel and daughter, Kissimmee, Mr. and Henry Partin, Dorothy Campbell. .' : : the Tropical Hotel Pool. Instruction live in Georgia. inary at Lakeland, visited the Lake

sons, John and Kenneth, have decided Mrs. Gabriel Velda Chicago, Mr. Virginia Waldron, J. B. Roundtree, has been carried on un- Jimmy Avery is spending: part of !! View Baptist Church on Sunday.and
his vacation with his mother Mrs. Clara Hunter
Mrs. Belle
to make Kissimmee their and Mrs. Carl Paddock, Leesburgand Tommy Galloway, Inez Phillips and der the direction of Jack Year-
Shirley McClelland, and family at baby are here from Columbus, Ga.
and have Mrs.\ Fielding. Kis- Raymond Yates. Best wishes to
home purchased a rew! Dorothy wood, Henry Ramsey, Pete Faw- Lake Wales. her '
visiting family.
house at 4108 Johnson Street in simmee. each of you. bush. The second session
Mrs. Helen Hornsby, :Mrs. Thel- Mrs. Anita Stevens! is on the
Miss Jane Louise Batten and
the Marydia subdivision. Mr. Ku- From covered wagon to station Wednesday, July 5, and new en-
ma Harvey and the Claud Bass sick list and is hospitalized at Kis-
pel is a mechanic.Mr. wagon is a broadjump but it Miss Lois Camardella of Manhasset ; rollees should apply to Yearwocx
family attended the R.E.A. Annual simmee.
: and Mrs. Frank Kelley and happened here this week. John B. L. I., New York are visiting c 1 1INST or Ramsey at the pool presently :

children left this week for Atlanta Aderhold and his wife, Jeannette, :Mrs. L. A. Batten of 825 Canterbury I ,.j.t" there are openings in the In- Membership Meeting June Wauchulaon
Georgia. Before returning they and daughters Gale, 11 and Kath- Lane. Jane is the daughter I termediate, Swimmers, and Junior An R.E.A. lineman was injuredat A. L. Hammond

will also tour to Washington, D.C. ey, seven, paid their first visitto of W. M. Batten, president of'theJ. \LLED.Wells Moon, left, was installed as president of Life Saving classes. All beginners Kenansville Friday when he fell Named To PostA.
Co. Mr. and Mrs.
George Peterson is entertaining Kissimmee. They drove out in Batten Penney are spending, Inc.the month of the Kissimmee Lions Club by John Henderson right international classes are filled to capacity. from a powerline pole being erect- L. Hammrn.i: I of KissimmeeIsles
; as vacation guests his son and a station wagon. This was a far counselor of Winter Park. The ceremonies were held Each Wednesday trips are madeof ed. who at
family, :Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peterson cry from the trip made here in July vacationing in Europe. Photo Hamrick educational and recreational in- operates a dairy
Mrs. Coldie Griffith isitravelling last week at the Tropical Hotel. ( By ) James Webb plans to retire from Campbell Station as a producer for
David Peterson 18G5 by John's grandfather, Col. terest. This week will feature
and Miss Karen with Tours extensive a the grocery store business when Borden's, was named first vice-
Craig of Montrose, Michigan.Mr. J.V.. Aderhold, who was masterof I three Dorsey weeks' tour of on the an Maritime trip to Marineland or Silver i his present stock is exhausted. president of the Florida State'Dairymen's ,'

\ Peterson is employed at Uni- a wagon train of 25 covered Provinces, which will include a Springs, depending upon interest. Cotton and Christine Baisden Association as a convention -

versal Engineering Company of wagons that fled Waycross, Geor- sightseeing trip the Eastern T Both of these trips have long been and children left early Saturdayfor of the group held recently
Frankenmouth, Michigan. Mrs. gia in the wake of Gen. Sherman's up most popular. In weeks tripsto
states and into Nova Scotia. Gardens past Georgia to spend a week with at the Robert Meyer Hotel in
Peterson is a graduate of the march to the sea. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Semple are Orange JottingsBy Sanlando Springs and to Cyp- her family. Jacksonville.

Rochester Leader Dog School. David Arriving in what was to be Kis- visiting friends and relatives i in ress Gardens have attracted 220 Cheryl Bass spent the weekend Other officers of FSDA named

is a recent graduate and Miss simmee, the Georgians built a Schenectady, New York. persons in attendance.In with Mildred and Buddy. Johns at were: R. L. Lunsford, Milton,

Craig is a present student at stockade on Paradise Island in Mr. and Mrs. F. IL Wofford and Babe Ruth League the Melbourne. president; W. P. Wright, Callahan, .

Montrose High School. Lake Tohopakeliga and were laid children have returned from a ANNA J. REYNOLDSMany four team County league com- Burial services were held Thurs- 2nd vice-president; C. C. Sellers

The Harris family had a gala seige to for four months by the vacation spent visiting friends and prising two teams from St. Cloud day at Kenansville for Callie Tallahassee, treasurer, and Muryl

family reunion this past weekend Indians. When some semblence of relatives in Maryland and Ohio. and two from Kissimmee there Eugenia Bass, Okeechobee, widowof Shumaker of Orlando, executive

with 43 members here at the J. B. peace was arrived at, Col. Ader- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hunt and :Mr. has been quite active interest and W. T. Bass. secretary.

Rountrees over the weekend. Among hold became one of this; City's first and Mrs. Malvin Samuel and of the residents oF Orange It is reported that Mrs. Maggie very tight competition.. The Kis- Miss Debris Bryant, daughter of

those attending were Mr. mayors and judges. daughter, Joyce, have returned Painter's Wallace, has beena simmee Elks team won the first Leslie Bryant, Campbell Station, This would be a better world if
and Mrs.\ J. W. Hagan and daughter John's grandmother was the for- from a two weeks vacation spent at Gardens have returned after visit- at Orlando hospital. half of the league with a 5 wins, and Wilson Harvey, son of Mr. and we had more wild lift in our forest

of Hialeah, Mr. and Mrs. J. mer Miss\ Mary Josephine Cross, their; summer cabin near Highlands ing with friends and relatives at patient *an* 1 loss, 1 tie record; the St. Cloud Mrs. Elie Harvey, were united in and less in the big nties.

B. Harris and family and Mrs. whose father was a gunsmith for North Carolina.Mr. their former homes up North and Mr. and Mrs. Elmore H. Lake of Elks were second with a 4 wins,

Robert Tucker and children of I the Confederate armies. She was and Mrs. Jim Shields of other parts of the country. Other two loss, 1 tie record; The Riedel
Marietta, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs.J. a first cousin of Kissimmee's Joe atttanooga, Tennessee are visiting 1631 Orange Blvd. have returned Motors Dodgers were third witha Radio and SALES SERVICE
B. Bennett of Boggy Creek, Mr. Sears and of the Georgia Sears Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Woffordin folks have been entertaining their home after visiting with friends four wins and 3 losses record, ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

and Mrs. W. F. Kelley and family that co-founded Sears, Roebuck. Kissimmee Isles. friends and relatives who are tak- and relatives in and around Kansas and the St. Cloud Bankers fourth COMPLETR HOME FCUMSUI.NCSPARK'S

of Dallas, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. J. The latter day Aderholds spentan ing advantage of the school vaca- City, Mo. with 1 win and six losses. In the T V

C. Delgado and family of Chicago, enjoyable time here at the Ida Tiller Circle tion during the Fourth of July holi second half play the Riedel Dodgers FURNITURE CO.
Mrs. H. M. Few of Dayton, Ohio, Tropical Hotel and chatting about day. Miss Elsie McPherson recently lead with three wins and no St. Cloud

Mr. and :Mrs.:\ Sam Harris and their historic past with Mrs. Kate Met Monday AfternoonThe 3 returned home after an extensive losses; the Kissimmee Elks are

Knox. They left Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strausserand business trip attending the Wood- I second with two wins and one

+ Groves, where Aderhold is in the Ida Tiller Circle of the children, Jaylee, Carol. Charles men's Circle in various parts of loss; the St. Cloud Elks third with

exterminating business. First Methodist Church met Monday and Wayne, have returned to Lorain Virginia and in Washington, D. C. one win and 2 losses; and the

/ Police Chief Bob Best and wife, with Mrs. Jessie Hinckley. Ohio after spending their While in the area, she had the Bankers trailing with three losses.

c: Frieda have returned from Naples :Mrs.:\ C. Sooy gave the devo- vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Earl tleasure of visiting with Mrs. H. Many games have been decided by

where Bob presided as presidentof toins, using as her theme "The Lewis of 1723 Janet St. Mrs. H. Ladsen and Miss Janet Easdale. only one run margins the pitching -
S t sMIr.
ELECTRIC GLASS BOTTOM the Florida Police Chief's As- Youth of the Church". Mrs.\ D. B. Strausser is the daughter of Mr. has been good and the teams

BOATS sociation at their annual conven- Shaver, presented the program on and Mrs. Lewis.. and Mrs. Clayford Shoaf of have developed considerably. On Added AssistanceIn
S i t Masontown. Pa. current
are guestsof
"Christ Above All". will
July 16 the Ail-Star teams
Refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Sheldonof the McPherson's. meet in the District playoff in I
ten members and one guest. West Palm Beach were Saturday S S i t : Melbourne. The selection of the addition to providing fine funeral

The August meeting will be vuests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis. Mrs. ONCE OVER LIGHTLY: service
o all-star team will be we assist all eligible families in
s o Sheldon is Mr. Lewis' sister. A girl took her grand-
with \ young
held !Mrs. Joe Johnston.
soon. Games are played each Tuesday -
-r. S S father to a twist party, and while receiving the various Social Security
and here )
Mr. and Mrs. John Lehr of there they were watching the dan- evening Tf benefits
Youth Center and in the afternoons in St. Cloud.In ; our help in obtaining benefis
WHILE YOU WAIT Havertown, Pa. have been visitingMr. : cers she said, "I'll bet you never due
the Osceola County Softball veterans' families is just
--. Activities ListedIn and :Mrs. Horace Lehr of 1813 saw dancing: like that when you as com
r League playing at the O. H. S. plete.
I. addition to the regular acti- Orange Blvd. were young. diamond each Wednes- .
Shoe repair means extra wear! b t 3 "Once," replied the grandwather, Monday "MEMBER
vities at the Youth Center a day, and Friday evening i five THE ORDER!
Our expert repairs and fast service Mr. and Mrs. Ray Faulk have "and the place was raided.
movie "Has
Anybody Seen My i t f teams are vying in spirited com- OF THEGOLDEN
save jou money! Gal?", will be shown tonight returned home after vacation tripsto petition. The Padgett Pharmacy RULE ;
various of the A fellow happily married bought
parts country.
(Thursday) at nine o'clock. It fea- from St. Cloud are the
Mrs. Faulk visited her folks in his wife a new book entitled "Bet-
SHOE tures Piper Laurie and Rock Hud- front closely III RIEDEL
SQUARE'S present runners -
Yandton, South Dakota. From ter Homes and Gardens. Then she
followed by Hunt Brothers and
son.On there she made a trip to Tacomaand ran away with a guy who had a
Friday afternoon cartoons i
SERVICE for also to the World's Fair inSeattle. better home and garden. Broadway Pharmacy entries from 2' HOUR f"3fome',
eight to twelve year olds will Kissimmee.
i s t a sIn AMaUlANCE
be shown and the regular square On Tuesday, Wednesday and SERVICE I IO7 EMMETT STREETKISSIMMEE .
100 Broadway Mr. Faulk England when .
dance will be held Friday night. spent his vacation in they answer FLORIDA I
Burkebumette ("Deep in the heart the telephone they don't say'hello" Thursday evenings basketball at
.. Saturday morning at 10 a.m. car- the Livestock Pavilion is being
of you know where) visiting his They say, "Are you
toons for four to eight olds
will be shown.A year father and renewing acquaintanceswith there?" It's better that way, if played with Purcell and Fawbush Phoae: 'fi ,

friends in that area. While .. nobodv's there there's no use in directing the activity.
Rock 'n Roll dance will be
": .i D riverTraining i
wonderful carrying on the conversation. Daily instruction
'" they report having a
held Saturday night with music by
,1 the time on their vacations they both under Purcell is qualifying -

I. I. I be Flaming 75c each.Tempos. Admissionwill say they are glad to be home. some forty students for driver /,'llllll 1 If.. II r
I t .. I .. a; \ * BAD LOTS cards. The car is provided by Rie-

: 1 Mrs. William Skinner's son, del Motors for behind the wheel
r. I l i 293
"'" .. Troop Holds Lewis, spent the weekend with his I $10-DOWN instruction.. -"II f Ill v M 1

i.i. \. .-U'C''J' I Court of Honor mother before returning to the Don't Buy Sixty. students are taking six
U. S. Coast Guard Station in St. weeks summer school courses at
: ;; :: !:t';; American Legion Post No. 10 TROPICAL Osceola High under competent
J Petersburg, where he has recently
1 t fAew E E'W I again made the main room of the instruction.
'v. been transferred.
:. ;; f. Legion Home available for Boy

II \"" ."t.;: 1 iti I ii ,',:Ei:; ;: Scout Troop 293 for their quarterly I .

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Year of Tfsnanoe, May 23- : 1959 < Seminole Land & Investment Co.. In which It was assessed are as Name in which assessed! : Chaa' The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., July 5, 1962 5
Description of Property W 125 Section %6. Township 26 South. follows, : Amodio ---- --
of K lid' Lot 2 6. Ha. Land & Imp. Range 30 East Certificate No. S Certificate Xo. 14
LEG A L NOTICES-I Cor: Addn .. Name In which assessed: IL B. Year of issuance May 30. I960 Year of Issuance May :S, DS9
Name In'which assessed: Norman Description of Property:. Lots 31 Description of Property Lot IS
A. Humphrey et ux DayCertificate No. SO to 40 Inc. Block 15. Rainbow Block 76. "Sunset Grove" Real Estate
Certificate No 92 Year of Issuance May 30. 1960 Heights Name in which assessed: George County
-- Tear of Issuance May %5. 1959 Description of Property: Lot 85. Name in which assessed: MN. W Smith
Certificate No. 41 Description of Property: Lot 14, Seminole Land & Investment Co.. Desper Certificate No. 87
JN TIlE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT Year of Issuance May 30. 1960 Block C. Woodall & Doyle i&dvn Section 4, Township 27 South Certificate No. 15 Year of Issuance May 25. 1959
WCI.A COUNTY. 1'WH1DA. Description of Property Lot 1, Name In which assessed Way- Range 31 East Year of Issuance May 30. 1960 Inscription of Property: Lots 4.
IN RE. ESTATE OP LELAJl I. Slo!k 28, Marydia men Plumber et ux Name in which assessed P. G. Description of Property: Lots 3.& 5. 8 to 11 Inc., Block B. "Palm Transactions ListedReal
iMBODY, Deceased.MI1CE Name in .,hUh assessed: J. II. Certificate No. 115 O'l" .al 4. Block 110. High Prairie Sec. L Park"
: TO CREDITORS Mobley Year of Issuance May 23, 1939: All of said property being in the Name in which assessed J. H Name In fetch assessed: Cora
TO ALL CREDITORS LEUA'fEES.lj1'UHU'l'BES Certificate N'o. 42 Description of Property: Lot 49. County of Osceola. State of Florida. Webb Anderson
I AMU AUL PiiK- Year of Issuance May 30. 1960) Union Subd'nXame Unless such certificate or certificates Certificate No 17 Certificate No 91 '
.s.. ->S HAVING CLAIMS OR UK- Description of Property: Lot 13 in which assessed JamesJ. shall be redeemed accord- Year of Issuance May 30. 1960 Teat of Issuance May 23;, 1959 Estate transactions recently Jeffrey W. Clay and wife to
AGAINST Block: 37, Mar>'dia Herndon Ing to law the property described in Description of Property: Lots 18 Description of Property Lot 26"W minimum
hANDS Road
SAiL> ESTATE recorded the office of Glenr State Dept.
: : ,
Name in which assessed J. II.Mobley Mibdvn"Name
and Certificate No 88 such certificate or certificates will 19. & 20, Block 115 High PrairieSee. H. Kings
YoU each of
notified and you are hereby Year of Issuance May 25, 1959 be sold to the highest bidder at EName in which assessed" : Annie Ray Osceola County Clerk included itamps. (
required to present All of said pro;>erty being in the first in which 8se.aed"ood L Jones
Description of Property: Lots 1 the Court House Door on tire ** Ray
any claims which yon or either County of Osceola, State of Florida. &. :. J. H. WOOdalls bufcdvn:) Monday in the month of August. row W. HaddU. et ux Certificate No 107 the following: A. D. Brown and wife to
(,tou. may haagainst the estate Unless such certificate or certificates Name in which assessed: Jas 19C2 which is the 6th day of August Certificate No. 48 Year of Issuance May 25. 1SSJ Anthony Montague to Adah L .-:. Coon and wife Kissimmee
of Lelah L I m body, deceased.Jalc shall be redeemed accord- Jones et uxCertificate: 1962 Year of Issuance May 30. 1960 Inscription of Property: Lot 81 White St. Cloud. $1,000.
of Marion County Ohio to the Ing to law the property describedin No. 90 Dated this 5th day of July 1962. Description of Property: \\ 37'-' & E 20* Lot $2. } simmee Heights 40OOO. .
(ounty Judge of said county at such certificate or certificateswill Year of Issuance May 25. 1959 (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Lot 2 & E 25' Lot I. Block B. Dei Name in which assessed: Ve\\ tt Eddie demons to Gerald Well
his office in the Courthouse at be sold to the highest bidder at Description of Property: Lots 39 fa/ GLENN RAY kay: Park Subdvn Strickland et ux and wife, Fairview, W. Va $600 Richard G. Criner and wife to
Kissimmee. Florida, within eix calendar the Court House Door on the first & 40, 1L Blanchardc Subdvn Clerk of Clrauit Court. Name In which assessed: Cecil A. C'ertUirate00.. 114 Walter Nettles and wife Ft.
months from the date of the Monday 'in the month of August. Name in which assessed: AnnieL. Obceola County. Florida. Tyler. et ux'Certificate Tear of Issuance May 25. 1959 Sunshine State Land & Develop.
first publication of this Notice. 1362 which is the 6th day of Jones July 5, 12, 19, 26, 1962 No 77 Description of Property. Lots 2, ment Co. Inc to Philip J. Grandi- 'iercc i $2,000.Harry .
Each claim or demand must be in August. Ui:. Certificate No 94 Year of Issuance May 30. 1S6 3 &. 4. Uolfe Addn C. Carlton and wife to
and Dated this 5th day of July 1962. Year of Issuance May 25: 1959 COUNTY JUDGE Description of Property: Lots 259 Name in which assessed: Fred O netti, $900.Sunshine.
writing residence must of the state the placeof (CIRCUIT COURT "SALel ,) Description of Property: Lot 7, IN OSCEOLA COURT OK COUNTY. FLORIDAIN 308. & SH Lots 260 & 307. Pine Emond State Land & De\elop \. L. Hammond and wife, Kiss-
claimant and / GLIItA Y H W Morrows Subdvn M.MARSHALL. Grove Park RE No. 2 All of said property being! in thecounty
must be sworn to by the claimant. Clerk of Clrcnl urt, RE, ESTATE OF RUTH ir.ent Co. Inc. to William D. Scott mmee. $11,500.William .
Name in which assessed: Allie DeceasedOTltl Name in which assessed: Win. J. of O eeola. Mate of Florida
his agent or attorney. or the Osceola County. .ionda. Hannah :\ ; TO CREDITOR!l Troutman. et ux Unless' such certificate or cer- $900. H. Ingram Jr. and wife
same will become void accordingto July 5. 12. 19. 26. 1X2, Certificate No 124 All creditors of the estate of Certificate No. 83 tificates shall be redeemed according L. Hall and husband tr .0 William J. Driver and H. Ruble
law. I Year of Issuance May 25. 1959 Ruth M. Marshall deceased are YEar of Issuance May 30 1960 to law the property described Mary
This the 25th day of June 1S62 I JJO1ICK OF APPLICATION: Description of Property Lots 343 notified and required to file any Description of Property: Lot 10 in such certificate or certificates Alexander D. Hall Jr., St. Cloud and wife, Sarasota, $34,000.
6WAYNE! H. IMnODY HIt TAT IKKL & 344. New Eden Unit 2 claims or demand which they may Block B N W Folsom's b'ubdvn will be sold to the highest bidderat $6,000.A. Victor Skaugh and wife to Zed
Name assessed Stewart Name in which assessed: : Slathis the Court House Door on the
Ancillary Executorof NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN In..which have against said estate in the Kissimmee
Croft and
3. wife
the Estate of Lelah 1. Imbody THAT Leo Kertic the holder of BallardAll office of the County Judge of Os- Whlttman first Monday in the month of G. Mann Enterprise Inc. U
deceased. the following certificates have of said property beingin ceola Count Florida in the Courthouse All said property being in the August. 1962. which is the 6th dayof Lester A. Mann, 1000. $fl,300.
W. filed the County of Osceola State of Kissimmee. Florida, within County of Osceola State of Florida. A UJr1)!It. 1962 H
I -
Murray Overstreet Jr. said certificates for a at Security Trust Co. to Ira
this of July 1962 Cardone and wife tt
Florida. Unless such certificate or certificates Dated 5th day Joseph
for six calendar months from the
attorney Ancillary Aftainixtrattorney tax deed to be issued thereon. The .
.\ for Ancillary Executor certificate numbers and years of Unless such certificate or certificates -' date of the first publication of this shall be redeemed according", (CIRCUIT ('()L'itT lilAl.sLENN ..) Francis C. Cardone and wilt \1 c Kill i I I i ips, Miami, minimum
}>. O Box 492 Issuance, the description of the shall be redeemed according notice. Each claim or demand mun to law the property described in / RAY tamps.
to law the describedIn such certificate or certificates will Clerk of Circuit Court. $7,500.
and state
Kissimmee. Florida. property and the name in whichit be in writing must
such certificate or certificate: be sold" to the highest bidder at the UbCeoIa l'ountJo'lorha.. andife U Melbourne Kriete and wife to
residence and Cecil
was assessed are as follows: place or post-office Sylvester
June 28. July 5. 12 & 19. 1962OTICK will be sold to the highest bidderat Court House Door on the first 'Ion- July' 5, 12. 19. !G. 1962AOTH !
Certificate No. 59 address of the claimant and mustbe Kiss !fesse Dale and wife, Kissimmee,
C. Carlton and wife.
Year of Issuance May 25th: 1959 the Court House Door on the sworn' to bthe claimant, his day in the month of August 196%. Harry
:> OP AIM'LICITIOVFoil first in month of which is the 6th day of August. ''': OK Art'I.IATINI.oit .
Description of Property: Lots 5 Monday the August scent or his attorne. or it will immee, ?11SOO. $800.M. '
TAX IIKKII & S. Hlock 2, Cox Rudd Addn 1962, which is the 6th day of become void according to law. 1962. TAX hEEl: G. Nelson and husband to
and wife ti
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Name in which assessed. Glenn Aujrufct 1<'. 1962 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN M. A. Witwiler
ThAT Grady Cromartie the holder Barnett. et oxCertificate Dated this 5th day of July 1962. sErford A Woods (CIRCUIT COURT MC; .XL) THAT U Maxcj: the holder-of the George R. Hunt and wife, Dove charles E. Haskms and wife Kis
-<,f the following certificates hare No. 7 (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Erford A. \\oods. Administrator /S/r.LJo XX RAY following, certificates have filed simmee, $10,000.Alexander .
filtd said certificates for a tax /5GLENN RAY Clerk of Circuit said certificates for a tax deed to DeL $1,500.Betty
Year of Issuance May 25, I95J nth Will Annexed of Estate of
dt-1-d to be Issued thereon. The cer- Description of Propert. Lots 3 Clerk of Circuit Court Ruth )f. Marshall Deceased Osceola Count, Florida be IVKUCU thereon. The certificate Barber to Eddie Rauler D. Hall and wife to
t.firate numbers and years of 1 issuance & 4. Block 5. Walkers LoughmanAddn Osceola Countj. Florida. PHILLIP R. KELLY July i. 12. 19, :%6, 196OTln % numbers and tears! of i>suance. the and wife Lake Wales, lov. J. J. Griffin Jr., St. Cloud, 15000.
the of the propertand son ,
description of the prop- July e. 12 19. 26. 1962 P. I). Box 331 description
<'rtv. and the names In which it Name in which assessed Samuel Kissimmee, Florida :\ : OF APPHCATIO the names in which it was assessed and affection. Florida Community Developersorp.
wa-' ; assessed are a* follows, Ellington AOTICB OP APPMCATIO Attorney' Administrator FOR TA X DEED are as follow: C. H. Lucas and wife and W :: to Sol H. Genatt, College '
Certificate No. 85 Certificate No. 72 FOIl TAX flEEt With Will Annexed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Certificate No 24 )
Year of Issuance May JO, 1960 Year of Issuance May 30 I960! 0. Boyd and wife to Lester Privet arkId.: ,. $2,400.
Year of Issuance May 25th. 1959 NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN July 5. 12. 19. 26, 1962 THAT (I. S Thacker the ,
Inscription of Property: Lots 8 Description of Property Lots 22 THAT Walter Phillips the holderof of the following certificates have escMption of Property. Lots 3 and wife, $600. Florida Community Developers
to 12 Inc., 16. Block 27. St. Cloud & 23. Block 2. Lago Vista Unit A the following certificates have :\OTIC.: OF ,*PPI.IC\TIONFOII filed paid certificates for a tax 4 & 5. Block 1. Osceola GardensLTnlt Jorp. to Werner E. Buchholz, Mar-
Name in which assessed: George Name in which assessed George filed said certificates for a tax deedto TAX IMKI> dee to be issued thereon. The certificate 1Name Franklin L. Poffenbaugh ant
Birth et uxCertificate Hughes be Issued thereon. The certificate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN numbers and years of issue- in which assessed: Mason wife to Alex A. MacDiarmid am ero, La., 2800.
No. 73 Certificate No. 74 numbers and years of issuance the THAT (>. S Thacker &. Russell ance. the description of the proper- Lewl11 i$ John W. Newton and wife to
Year of Issuance May 30. 1960 Year of Issuance May 25th. 19i9 description of the property, and the Thacker the holder-of the follow- t). and the names in which it was of said property h'lnIn/ the wife, St. Cloud $8,300.
Description of Property: Lots 1. Description of Property: -Lot 11. names in which it was assessed areas ing certificates have filed said certificates assessed' areas follows, : Count of Osceola. State of FloridaUnless Alex A. MacDiamid and wif, 3uy G. Osborn and wife, Greensoro -
2, 5 &; U, Block 283, New Narcoo- I' Block 1:. Marydia 0 follows for a tax deed to be issued Certificate No 24 such certificate or certificates Poffenbauth N. C. $400.
Franklin 1.
redeemed according to am
ere Name in which, assessed Hattie Certificate No. 81 thereon The certificate numbersand Year of Issuance May 25. 1959.. shall be -
Name in which assessed:. J.. M Les sane Year of Issuance May 30. I960 y; rs of issuance the description Description of Propertj: loOt 30 / to law the property certificateswill describedin wife St. Cloud, $21,000. Annie Bryan to Darlington A.
Foster Certificate No. 83 Description of Property: Lot 80. 01 the property and the names mock 10, "Golden Palm Villa" such be sold certificate to the or highest/ bidderat George Baisden and wife tc Aragner and wife St. Cloud, love (

the Court House floor on the Florida T urn pi k"e Authority md affection.W. .
first Monday la the month of ,\u,- Edward
P. Tyson to William
wit' 1962.!! which is the 6th day of $7,500.R. .
AuKU-a. 19fi2 D. Keene and wife to Florida Tyson, St. Cloud, love and aCfecjon. -
._ Dated this 5th day: of July 1962. .
(CIRCUIT ("OVitT E\L) Turnpike Authority, $3,400.

!Can : Osceola Clerk JuH of County.'Circuit 5, u.n.Florida Court 26. 1162OTH Aidersgate: Foundation ,I

; '
mOlfey FOIl T.\ \ in.l.ll
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES,, (Continued from page: 1)) I The Jack !Meyerhoff Company of
THAT Walter S'ehrlber the hold r-
and it is
"Alders ate
of the following certificates have Baltimore is general contractor,
filed said' certificates for a tax anticipated that the paperwork and
and subcontractsill be let to JI
deed to be issued thereon The preliminary factors should be completed -
: certificate numbers and years of
the central Florida tradesmen and
issuance. the description of the by December first, when ,
Propertj. and the names in whichit actual construction will begin. suppliers. (
was assessed are as follows: .
Certificate No ::111 -
Year of 1tJuanrIu': *0, 1960 ducing pine seedlings which an.
1 Description of Propertj: Lot 6. LandownersPlant sold at cost. Seedling trees for
alone Block 175. M Cloud
Name in which a"essedIar" : ) planting are shipped from mid-

MiMer ovemoer through February.
All of said property being in the AcreageIn
County of Osceola. State of Florida.
Unless s-uch. certificate or certificates -
shall) be redeemed accord- Slash PineLandowners Top Agricultural
ing to law the property describedin
Counties NamedThree
such certificate or certificates
will, he sold to the highest bidderat
in Osceola County
; Florida counties Polk
the Court House I hoar on th ,
first Monday in the month of August have planted a total of 2,149,016 Palm Beach and Marion won first:

196:. which is the 6th day of ;eedling trees mostly slash pineon places among all the counties in
l-! 62.
make future Dated this 5th day of July 1962: 3,160 acres since 1928, according the nation in seven agricultural

(CIRCUIT COURT hE.\L) to Jack A. Broadhage, In- categories during 1959, the Florida
your Clerk of Circuit Court. formation and education forester State Chamber of Commerce said

Osieola C'ounty. Florida.July with the Florida Forest. Service, yesterday.
5, 12. 19. Z 6. 1962 '
.1H on unprotected foret JmJ |in j, "The official tally on the 100

.". oouth Florida. Although wildfire1 1 top counties in the nation, just released -

has reduced many acres of the ranked Polk County in four

Kissimmee tiny seedlings to charred stems, number one spots: value of fruits

landowners. increasing interest in'' sold, number of orange trees and \

LivestockMarket Forestry over the past several i tons of oranges and of grapefruit \\

years is exidenced by the 57,850 produced. Palm Beach was first in

: ? ReportBy seedlings planted in the county both snapbean and sweet corn

: seCUlie KEN CALUWELL during the 1961-62 season alone. acreages harvested and Marion was

H Statewide, more than two mil- tops in watermelon acreage.

At the Kissimmee Livestock lion Florida acres have been planted "All told 47 Florida counties

in seedling trees since the found a place the 100
among top
Market Wednesday, 708 cattle and
calves sold to 460a Florida Forest Service was estab- in at least one of the more than
were compared
lished by the state legislature in 50 categories by which agricultural
week ago.Compared.
production is measured. Hills-
to last Wednesday 1928.During the 1961-62 tree plant- borough showed up as the most

.". .' .. .,-. I i-; ." .' '. ,. ... slaughter steers, heifers and bulls ing season alone 94,811,706 seed versatile Florida county as it
too few for test about steady
lings were planted in Florida. To- scored in 14 categories. Dade and
Whatever your feelings about money there is wouIdn't"b worth How about doing your saving and calves steady to 1.50 lower tal trees planted since 1928 have Palm Beach ranked in 10; Marion

money, you'll probably agree that very much. A secure future takes with U.S. Savings Bonds? It's a with Stocker decline steers on and 100-250 cows lb.strong now the Sunshine passed one-third State, nearly billion one in and Manatee Orange Polk in and 8; Broward Seminole Lake in 6,

its handy to have around-even both-money and the freedom to move you can make today to 5Uc( higher, heifers steady with and instances billion of these since 1959. and Alachua, Hendry and Pasco in
calves 50-$1.00 higher -
Leading all Florida counties last 5 categories. Unusual
all by itself.Vhat's more, if you spend it as you choose.That's make your future more secure. higher. Slaughter cattle season in tree planting were Tay- those grown in only a few crops areas or
made 32 of the sale
up percent lor and Dixie each with not included.
Bay are
make it business the main ,
your save reason why with calves making up 70 percentof
Five million Florida
or more. Top
i "Ranking the nation'sbest
some pretty regularly, in a few buying U.S. Savings Bonds is @i" :"#F 1 the cattle counties in acres reforested (total agricultural-dollar among producerswere
Utility slaughter steers $19.00-
be all for that such -- since 1928)) are Taylor Walton, six counties in Florida. These
set idea You do
years you'll a good today. il; 19.25, one Standard Yearling ?:W.5. .- and Santa Rosa each with 100- with their national ranks were

new home, or your child's college double saving on a single invest ; i.j W ; t ,' i "; 000 or more acres planted. Polk 12; Orange 21; Lake 33.; Palm
Utility & Standard Heifers $18.- Planted pines average. about 680 Beach 42, Hillsborough 54 and
expenses, or your own retirement. ment. You save money, at a guar !t : 002200. Utility & few Standard to the acre. Dade 72."Thirty.

anteed rate interest.. You provide .. .: -- Cows $16.00-18.50, Cutter $14.50- In spite of changes in land use, Florida counties rankedin

Or will you You won't find it printed on a I 17.25, few Canner $11.50-13.00. Florida still has millions of acres some phase of citrus production.

funds that help Uncle Sam Savings Bond, but one of its Utility bulls $18.50-20.75, Good best suited for growing pine for- Twenty scored in watermelon acre.

benefits is the strengthening of and few choice Calves $24.00-29.00 ests. Out of the total 19,600,000 age; 10 in sales from and
Without the freedoms which stand for freedom right nursery
on now so
up ,
Standard of commercial forest land
freedom itself. 210024.00, Utility $17.- acres greenhouse products and 9 in total

this country was founded: all.:the you'll tomorrow. 00-21.00. some 14,600,000 acres are upland vegetable sales. A showing was

.. ) Good Vealers $25.00-29.00, one and flatwood sites suitable for also made in cattle, dairy products

$29.75, Medium 450-750 lb. Feeder- profitable production of pine trees. chickens, eggs peanuts., cabbage

Stocker Steers 190022.50, Common The Florida Forest Service tomatoes, pecans and straw-

$17.00-19.00. maintains four nurseries for pro- berries."

r Medium & few Good Heifers !

180020.00, Common $16.75-18.50

Common and few Medium Cows

$15.00-17.50, Inferior $11.50-16.00. : I

.' '"" Good 250-500 lb. Calves $24.00-

27.50 Medium Common _
; $21.00-25.00, -
$18.00-21.00 Good 100-250 lb. ow= ;;

.' $27.50-31.25, Medium $24.00-29.00, I Dl GEHERAL. ELECTRIC

Common $ .
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4 The Kissimmee- Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., July 5, 1962 HIGHWAYMAN BEVERAGE DEPARTMENT\ to increase the auto tag taxes I Grissom received the first honor- SHORT AND

i r OSE-ARMED TRIAL AND TRIBULATIONS with the increase going directly to ary degrees granted by the 2-year- SWEET"Out i iJ
State Beverage Director Thomas the counties. All tag revenue now old Brevard Engineering CollegeIn ...

tHEKISSIMMEE Lee defended himself this week goes to the state.UNIVERSITY his address, to the graduatingclass F 7"<>/J
w. .1" charging that "certain groups in BONDS-The Development Sec. Adams called for increased _
4R1 GAZETTE the liquor- industry" and in the Commission gave final attention to the state's rG>,

underworld were trying to discredit approval to $25 million worth of existing university facilities anda i1 \(
him and make him resign.' bonds to build a new university a: halt to creation of additional ,, !
N A ,J..> II. Perry new.paper Gov. Bryant in backing Lee up Boca Raton and expand facilitiesat state universities with diluted

said "I think Mr. Lee has been existing universities. graduate programs. He said the of the mouths of childrencome

I Offices: 24-26 Stewart AvtQN : doing an outstanding job and I Now that the bonds have been graduate program emphasis shouldbe words we adults should

/ Telephone 847-2831 have complete confidence in him. completely approved, they will be placed on the three existing never have said." Lee CalL Af--

As far as I am concerned he will sold July 12.HONORSSecretary. universities, Florida State University .ton '\\0.) Star Valley Indepen-
be here when my administration of State I I University of Florida and dent.
i Entered .a Second CIa+e Mall Matter Tom Adams and Astronaut Gus Florida A & M. "How does wife man-
In the Post Office at Kissimmee. Fla. leaves office in January 1965. the good
the department 'age to keep the thimble on those
In the latest flareup in -
Published Thursdays at Kissipmee, Florida' 'dr W. H. Corbett, fiscal long fingernails" Kenny Ken
officer for the department for nctt Grencastle (Id.) Putnam

LEO SCIIUMAKER 27 years, retired with a blast at I ME1KROWAVES County Graphic.
"It's much easier to talk to a
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION the administration, which he said
\ garage mechanic about your car'sbrakes
r/ had threatened him with dismissal.
Br DON MEIKLEJOHN than it is to plead with a
RATES Corbett said he had been told "
traffic cop. Frieda J. Monger,
Six months, $%50; one year, $4.00; two years, $7.00 t=f by Lee Dorn, Beverage Depart- There were some interesting $4,000 a week, or $:_:00,000 a yearwith Duluth (Minn.) Publicity.
e :-i-Vor ment personnel officer, that "the points to ponder in a trial of a two weeks off for a vacation. -
"The huge national debt our
M administration felt I had let them former special investigator for the I Add to these profits, the profitsof younger generation will inherit
down" in testifying in court State Beverage Department on the bootleggers in the dry coun-
should keep them from one indulgence -
CurrentChoice y against Tucker and would be firedif bribe charges recently. I ties who charged far above the ancestor rship." -
y. he didn't retire. retail prices, and have profitsof
r Felix O. Bullard, ilonticello, a you Stanley W. Olsen, Winnebago
k Dom in Nassau and had between $500,000 to $1,000,000a
was former Jefferson County Commis-
(:Minn.\ ) Enterprise.
I i : and Iv S THEYCOULPN'TBEi no comment.Lee sioner was convicted of taking "Seesickness comes from watching -
said Corbett had been ill $11,000 in bribes. This is big money.It too much television" Kenneth -
CLOSER- TO lately and had asked if he could He said he was trying to get to breeds big corruption. Crou"'. Roui-es Point (N. .Y '

iT&!***>,*- -#* retire. Lee approved the retire- the "Mr. Big" in the whiskey busi- The system won't work if thereis North Countryman.
$ a1 ment. He said he hadn't asked ness in the area, and was being vigorous law enforcement at "How models who don't
Corbett to retire and had author- framed by bootleggers. any level-state, county or city. .come "
need model ?
girdles --
ized nobody else to make the de But vigorous law enforcementdoesn't
His conviction could in
*r 4r mand. manypeople's Alfred Hauer Bloomer (Wis.)
minds end the just happen.
case. Advance.
OWEN SHOWS HIS FILMSLast Lee has been under fire since Law enforcement follows public
several weeks ago when his former But testimony during the trialis trends.If "As skirts get shorter and shorter -
\ rather revealing in several re it's no wonder our leaders
Friday night Owen Godwin invited a number of administrative aide and office
the attitude is
his friends in to see the films of his latest safari, the manager George Tucker, was con- spects. public that a have difficulty focusing national
little in
See-Saw victed by a Leon County Circuit First, bootleggers, who testified bootlegging a dry countyis attention on arms." Louis Nel-
hunting trip to India where he bagged one of the biggest Washington serving a need, law enforcementis
Court jury of forgery and grand against Bullard, made no secretof son Bowman King City (Mo.) Tri-
tigers in history-a 600-pounder and two large leopards. i larceny. The following week an- the fact that they had been not vigorous, and the area is County News.

As usual, Owen's tales of the trip were as much so or I other Leon Circuit Court jury I bootlegging before Bullard came ripe for corruption.The .

even more interesting than his pictures, which in themselves By WIN PENDLETON convicted Felix Bullard, special, along the pike. point is that what appearsto

are exceptional. The party was held at Gatorland Only history will be able to meas- to work harder when the going is 1 beverage agent, of bribery and They threw in with Bullard, they be nickel and dime corruptionat
the local level involve mil-
which is always: in the process of being improved and whichis ure the enormity of the anti-prayer rough-when the challenge isI I conspiracy. said, because it was a better deal, lions of dollars worth can of tQ'

already one of Central Florida's largest tourist attrac- decision of the Supreme Court. great. THAT OLD GANG BREAKING he promised protection and the tion the line.Convictions corrup- M EM Q

tions.Owen's Right now it is too early and 1 We predict that many a Chris I UP-Five down and 10 to go is price was right. up of those involved in RtIS EAS

guests, which numbered about 30, also had a we are too close to the event -i tian teacher will work even hardernow the way it is at the State Road: You can draw a reasonable inference corruption will not stop the corruption A pVE

chance to see the beautiful walrus trophy which he baggedon to know what the outcome will be. to teach her children the im Department. that bootlegging will con- if the public attitude is
The first amendment tp our Con- portance of And what will Within the next two years the I tinue with or without Mr. Bul-
his hunting trip to Alaska. The ivory tusks in this prayer. to laugh off and condone the
rare giant are \vorth; over $100 and when Owen speaks of stitution says: "Congress shall happen? Will any of them be ar- Road Department stands to lose lard.Why source of the corruption.\
make law estab-
no respecting an ?
95 of its
rested? Will any school teacher in percent top engineer-
going after Big Game he isn't kidding lishment of religion, or prohibitingthe America serve a jail sentence be- administrators if all who become: Because it is big business.

free exercise thereon; ." cause she opened her class with a eligible for retirement do so. : Let's take some of the testimony
The Supreme Court seems to say prayer to God? This won't happen, Already five of the most ex-I during the trial to indicate how LETTERS TO 1

t SCHOOLS ON THE STAGE ART that means teachers in our public of course.If perienced engineers have retiredat much money is involved. I THE EDITOR
schools cannot their classes Frank Chase Tallahassee
open sheriff would the end of 30 years of service. a rest-
with a word of prayer._ Now will you were a aurant who the
Another 10 owner, was key
are approaching
School is still in session at the
the Supreme Court rule: that the you issue the warrant in an anti- time when they will be eligibleor man in the bootlegging activity, Dear :Mr.\ Schumaker;
Orange Blossom Playhouse. In daily sess vis of the Senate and prayer case? Or if it ever came to have already become eligible described the objectives of the or- We thought that you might be
addition to John Mayo's Junior i House of Representatives cannotbe a trial, and you were a judge, without indicating what they will ganization this way. interested to know that at our
Workshop and Chet London's opened with prayer? Will they would you pass sentence on the The aim for his package store meeting last night, your paper was

adult acting classes (both now in rule that the oath of office of the teacher? In spite of word from do.IT'S GOTTA COME:\ FROM: was 1,000 cases a week of illegal commended on the floor for the

progress), James Hull Miller's un President must be done away Washington, people will think. SOMEWHERE Senate whiskey sales in dry counties. very fine manner in which you
usual workshop in "Design and ) with? twice before they fall in line. John E. Mathews Jr., Duval Coun- Chase said through volume buy- have handled our news releases and

Construction for the Free form There is in the Capitol building, As we said, you can't tell now ty, said recently that no honest ing he got up to $5 a case dis- for the stand on Flag Patriotismand
Stage" will begin Monday, July on public property mind you, a exactly what will come in the student of government count. Americanism that you editor-

9, at 8:00 P.M. ; prayer room. Since this is for future as a result of the Court's the ad valoram (property can) tax say is As a supplier, he charged bootleggers ally have always taken. A discus- If you guess that out of 100
Miller designed the Orange; Christian worship, 'and since it is ruling. As far as the Christian sifficient in dry counties an addi- sion was held on the floor on the AA
to meet the of women only one wears an
Blossom Playhouse and is widely located on taxpayer's property, will Church goes, it might even be a county government. expenses tional $1 per case. subject of supporting your home width shoe or that only lout
recognized as one of the outstanding the Supi a Court close it down? blessing in disguise. You can Mathews said This means, the profit at that town newspaper and many nice of 1,000 AAAAA. the
although efforts wears an
theatre designers today. His Don't lati,'b at these questions. already notice some good results. point is $6 a case. A total of 1,000 things were said of the Kissimmee
will be made in the 1963: chances are that would be
class will include instruction in They follow logically what we People are talking about prayer. lature to Legis- cases would be a profit of $6,000a Gazette. A motion was made and about you
design i construction techniques think is the varped thinking of Everywhere you go, people are provide more funds for week. carried unanimously that the Post correct.

(including ues of the spray gun), the members 01 the Court. stirred up. We listened to half a counties taxes through the universal Bullard, he said, was to get $2a subscribe to your paper, for which Be absolutely sure of your
lighting; methods and image dem- What can we expect? Will we dozen hot arguments during the type there probablywouldn't case-or a profit of $2,000 a purpose the enclosed check is answers every time you buy
onstration. see an absolute silencing of prayerin past week-with a few of the par- be any increase in the week, which over a year's time drawn. With the very best of advertising in fact be
There will be no charge for all of our schools? We think not. ticipants getting pretty worked up current 3 per cent state sales tax. could have amounted to $100,000 a wishes in your behalf I am, ABC-audited circulation facts
this course. In some schools, maybe. But, in and excited and loud. He would not be pinned down on 1 I year with two-weeks off for a va .Very respectfully yours, sure.
Another interesting class sched- most cases we expect to see Chris- And this is going on all over the mind but universal taxes he had inI cation. Neil W. Shelhon Ask us about our ABC facts.
uled for the playhouse is the play- tian ,teachers defy the ruling of Country. Congressional mail on the talked about past efforts Chase's profit would have been Post Finance Officer
writing class which, will begin the Supreme Court. Defying the subject has been heavy. People are I .
Sunday evening July 8th, at 7QO < JAMES HULL MILLER I law (if it is the law?) its old hat indignant. Which is good. It is

P.M. John Mayo is the instructor, this will be a workshop class en- to Christians. They defied the, going to wake up a few folks who
tirely, in that each class member will actually write a one-act play Emperors of Rome during the first had begun to take their religionfor
during; the course. The charge for thia class will be $10.00 and classes century and they have been doingit granted. If there is anything
off and on ever since. The truthis wrong with the Christian Churchin
which is located just north of I
will meet in the director's ,
it seems that Christianity has America today it is ChristianlethargyChristian
t the playhouse. in the orange grove. always flourished best when it has laziheSs. And ONE OF YOUR BIGGEST

:tf Jf If L faced its most severe opposition' this will waken them up. This will BUYS
_ ", and persecution. make some of them get to work.
A TIME TO PRAY .' Because Jesus once told his It already has. There Were more
Disciples: "Blessed are they whichare good old fashioned hard hitting

Violent public: reaction to the decision of the Supreme Courtin persecuted for righteousness'sake sermons preached around the
outlawing the reading of a non-sectarian prayer in the New ; for their's is the kingdom of Country last Sunday than have T

York public schools may be a tempest in a teapot. heaven. That is a part of the been preached years. g IS
It is not so long, however, that this same Court ruled thata Christianlradition. Christians seemCapitol Let us 'pray that this continues.If YOUR NEWSPAPER -

public servant cannot be required to utter the words "so helpme .
God" hi taking the) oath of office. <(
these words can be considered an oath, seems to be beside the

point.) One of America's biggest bargains is
But the High Court, for' all its Jovian aloofness, is still com- Capsule. your

posed of -public servants. It is difficult, therefor to completely newspaper. Comparison of (the costs of
diassociate,these demigods from our other ranking public servants -.

who are busily foregoing a pattern of dissolution for this nation. everyday items, and the time it takes to produce (them,
_1 We refer to Department of 'State Publication 7277, conveying '
formally to the UN a three-stage plan for disbanding our armed While the Democrats are argu- a couple owed $300 Federal provides convincing proof. More\ than 100 talents and skills

j forces, dismantling our defense and disposing of our weapons (except ing back and forth in Congress income lax, for example, they .
: for men and materiel to be turned over to the UN "Peace about President Kennedy's pro- would deduct $250 for their Medi- arc required to bring your newspaper

Force"). We refer to the "Liberal Papers", sponsored by 35 present posal to finance medical care for care program and pay to Uncle -. L to :you. Few things buy contribute
vein the. old folks through the Social Sam only $50. Cramer I you .
and former members of .Congress, and which, in the same ex'plaines '
-4 sneer at Americans who are anti-Communist; urge the surrenderof other Security plans system being, there offered.are several One further: "In the case of those in- sp L much to your way of life. Can you think of any other
divudals who file return and
Quemoy, Matsu and the Pescadores to Mao\ and of Formosa'sseat a
in the UN Security Council to Red China. And we refer to the plan has been suggested by 'Con whose tax is less than $125, orwho item that takes so long to produce, ;yet sells for so little?

latest foreign policy statement of the State Department's policy gressman Bill Cramer, Florida'slone owe nd tax at all-.,they will
planner Walt Whitman Rostow, recommending substantially the Republican; of St. Petersburg.He receive from the Treasury De-

t. same objectives as 7277 and the Liberal Papers a document now calls it, "Medical care for the partment a medical care insur-

ready for indorsement by the Government's top policy-making group, aged through 'Free .enterprise on ance certificate which may be usedto
a voluntary basis without govern- pay the premiums on a medical
the National Security Council.
And finally, in view of the inclusion in the Rostow blueprintof ment control." care policy up to $125 ___For ex- LOOK AND COMPARE COSTS

a vast "educational" campaign by the Government to soften up The title of his plan is calculated ample: A person owes the Gov-

the American people to accept a Godless globalism, it seems clear to appeal to those who like ernment an income tax of $75.
that we are the intended victims of -colossal conspiracy againstour the sound of the words "free en- He files a return, the $75 is for-

Faiths and our freedoms.In terprise" and who hate the given, and he receives a certificate -

his defense of the Court, ,President Kennedy has suggestedthat thought of more "government con- worth $50. He then uses both Number Item Cost Man-hours Needed
-we might "pray a good deal more at home". It should be obvious trol"-regardless of-what it is the the cash and the certificate to -

that we'd better! government is trying to controL buy a policy approved by this Produce
Cramer, being from the St. Petersburg bill. i to

-I- area, has one of the Cramer said: "A further ex" .... .
highest percentages elderly ample.A married couple owes no 1 NewspaperHaircut .10' 3,000

1 citizens in a State |hat is today tax. They file a simplified return .
clo }
filled to overflowing with retired and receive from the Treasury a 1 .
WATERFRONT HOME persons. certificate worth $250, which theyuse _,x _.: 1.50 :; 1
Because'Florida' have more to buy an approved policy. :
1 Dental "
so-called- "senior citizens" than The Treasury then pays the insurance Filling 5.00 x 1/2 ;)

l any other State, it might be interesting carrier $250 upon the sub-

3-Bedrooms, 2-Baths. Mathis Climate Control. Beautiful to look at Cramer's plan. mission of the certificate.._JU1 1 Hairwash and Set 4.00 I ___ 1/2

30 ft. Seep: of Draperies Across Florida Room, "Living lie says of his bill: "My bill is that an eligible individual has to .
entirely voluntary -and is basedon do is to file a Federal income tax 1 Repair Typewriter 7.50 111.2
Room Opening Waterfront. Dock, Double Carporte & : ,_
on the sound premise' that the return for each year. Even those

Cement Driveway. American people are better qualified who, owe no tax, Cramer explained, 1 Shoe Shine .25'- \ V4V4 '
i than 'Federal .bureaucrats to would, have to file a return in or- !

spend their own money and to de- der for them to receive a tax refund
FOR COMPLETE DETAILS SEEcrlts termine exactly what land'of med- certificate for their insurance 1 Porter Carried Bag .50 1' %

ical protection,. if, any, that they policy payment.
need. 'It recognizes that there is Cramer says of his plan: "My

Agency an existing need for assistance bill is so simple that it will undoubtedly .

some'of our aged population, and amaze the bureaucratsand
W. H Morse CorporationFlorida that it is a problem'national in confound- the welfare-staters." : '
The Kissimmee Gazette f'
scope. He may be right. It may amaze

Under Cramer's ..plan, any per- and confound a few people in .
Counselors I Inc. '
Realty son age 65 or over, who buys Washington. But that is all. It .

health: ins.ur.ance; for himself or happens to be one of the facts '' :'' }
Sun his spouse, would be allowed a of politics that Cramer's bill won't
Empire Realty
tax creditnot a' "deduction"of get anywhere. Because Cramer is Leo Schnmaker ft : .
$125 per-individual to pay for a Republican.:: If Medicare- bill tl "* -
'ft. .
insurance. In 'that'way, the indi- passes Congress this session-it ry : .
.._ .
'" .
.- J.--
Rose Goodwin Moore ; tJ- :af.
: : -
vidual would spend his own money will -be.a.bill suitable to the Ad-
for the ministration Democratic : :_ .
payment of an approved Medicare -- -- -- : ---i --
it insurance plan. plan.
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r. The i"dmmtle Garettp Jvi" imm<*, Florida, Thnr, July 5, 1Mt1' Delegates ReportOn - -. f.::;!
Girls' State _i ., s t ':. S AV FI -

"The Program is the Greatest"is
M the opinion of the delegates re- FREE 200 ;
turning from the American Legion
Auxiliary sponsored Girls' .State FJ I 1
tc. 9a held at Tallahassee June 22-29. TOP VALUE STAMPS !

Each of .the three delegateswere
elected or appointed to offices WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR

pertaining to subjects they -= m NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE -
were most interested in prior to
attending Girls' State. C_ Good Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With ,
= July 7th A $10.00 or More Food Order
Vivian Beltz, member of the
I : Federalist Party was elected a LST
"'.# : = I
Justice of Supreme Court, prosecuting .
attorney of Homassasso E:::: -- -
county, city commission, city of -
Wakulla. Her interest is law.

Judy Roehrich, member of the
Federalist Party, was elected to =
t' House of Representatives, sheriffof
, '" police, city of Okeechobee. Her
j interest is criminology. .
Carolyn Croft, member of the
SUPREME. COL'RT-Judicial matters( of Girls State of Seminolelast Nationalist Party, was appointedpost
week were in the hand of this Supreme Court, which was mistress for Okalooka City Small 5 to 7 Lb. Smoke'dPICNICS
installed Tuesday at the capitol. Seated, center, is the chief and helped in development of
justice, Catherine Spiaggia of Hialeah. Others, left to right, are posters for the candidates campaigning -
!seated, :Mary Dickson of Tampa and Judy Aughenbaugh of for state offices. Car- ri
Tampa and standing, Fran Nuccio of Tampa, Sue Dicus of olyn's interest is reforms and
('I r"'att'r, Vivian Beltz of Kissimmee and Diane Lewis of Lake civil service. I
Worth. Girls State ended a weeklong meeting at Florida State The Federalist Party elected
University Thursday night, June 28, under auspices of the American their candidates for Governor and ., L '
l..egionuxiliar}-. the two girls selected to attend

Girls' Nation at Washington, D.C. o, .r.r .--
were Federalists. The state cab- r
Bertha Cockerille inet offices were divided equally = ==
between the two parties.

Weds Jim KillivMrs. Met Betty At-Paulk BungalowThe Circle F1 LB.S I +' FJ

Betty Paulk Circle, Woman's
Bertha Cockerille and sories and a shoulder corsage of Society of Christian Service of the _
James Killip were united in marriage American beauty rosebuds. First Methodist Church, met Mon- -------- ------
Friday evening at 6 o'clockin served best day at 9:30 A.M. in the Church =
Tom Rifchtmire as
Shingle Creek Methodist Church. Bungalow, with eleven membersand = Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru July 7th I I I I j -_=
The Rev. W. P..Hanks, pastor, man for the bridegroom. two guests present. = WINN-DIXIE: TOME[*. INC. -COrYKICMT ..
pad the rites for the double ring Following)] the ceremony Mr. and 1 Mrs. G. S. Murphy, assistant _=- 50 Free Top Value I Stamps.s

ceremony before a gathering of Mrs. Wilbur F. St. Clair entertained Circle Leader, opened the meetingand SWIFT'S PREMIUM GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN LARGE WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE I OF ;
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designed k H 3 9"
A tiered wedding: cake, topped Mrs. Bertha circle B e.n s LB.
blue decron complemented with with a miniature bridal couple, Papenhagen a ing GOOD THRU JUL' 7TH ===
white accessories and a shoulder graced the center of the table. The leader, who was visiting in Washington AT ANY W IN -Q IXIE r' 1 _-
corsage of pink rosebuds. Her only I table was also appointed with D. C. 1 ,_ fl''fi.IJ!
jewelry was a matching set of earrings turhted white tapers in crystal Mrs. Lida McDaniel had chargeof SUNNYLAND GEORGIA FRESH DRESSED AND FULL OF FINE FLAVOR LEGS OR "lIft'fg[ _
the devotions. She read several
and necklace of blue crystals.
Her only attendant was Mrs. pink holders and and white an carnations.The arrangement. of "passages of Scripture and a poem" WITH
William Davis of Intercession City 0 young and fearless Phophet. Breast : LB. 491. sfampsLiJ 1
also included
dinner party guests Mrs. Murphy[ conducted the pro RIBS _
who chose a dress of pink organza Mr. and Mrs. Rightmire, gram. Her subject was "Youth and 50 Free Top Value --
complemented with pink acees- Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. : its program." She stressed the = WITH THIS COUPON! AND PURCHASE OF oa -=
Hugh Smalley)] Mr. and Mrs. Gus- need for all kinds of adult workersto Six <6<-oz. CANS FROZEN f--j
tave Lurie, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph assist the youth in their en- Astor Orange Juice
Dearmin and Mr. and Mrs. Ed deavors. $ 99 :
Knittle, Orlando. The next meeting I be held in Beef 5 lB.l 1 GOOD THRU JULY 7TH ,
IF YOU VALUE YOUR PICTURES The Killips are now residing: at the Bungalow on August 6th. Ground PKG. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE .
their home Boggy Creek. 4 } ii !
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LJmmK< Guild Met -;
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1 1 the Service Woman's met at Society the home of Christian of Mrs. night the home of Mrs. J. L. Save 22< S.Y.20 ,

M. M. Overstreet Monday after- Plans for the coming year were j jI r YOUR CHOICE (Dixie Darling Mayonnaise qt. 39c) _
noon with Mrs:-Earl D. Clark discussed and the project: "of furnishing j '
presiding ,:Jfl$ foam cushion pads for the
SEE US ALSO FOR KODAK FILM I Mrs. Clark pave the" devotionaland I seats in the sanctuary of the j 1 ;
the program "Chfist Above church was selected as the num- Fl Ru :
All", including a review of the ber one project.
"Ten Commandmants Today". The devotion and program on :
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Mable Semple Phillip-Smith andguest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Save 15<
Miss Dollie Clark. Robert Eby in Idora Park Mon- .

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1 Tourists in Florida spend $127 r Sore 34 S.Ye24* ::

million dollars]] annually on jewelry, SAVE 8c RAGGEDY RIPE .FREESTONE Limit 4 with food order.
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The Kissimmee Gaiette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs, July 5, 19G2 7
See Florida' ,.This Summed Edison Home* isHistoric ft. Myers Attraction I I

Florida Crown Area Offers Numerous Attractions k .

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+1 N .RN .
J t [j) J

1 t tf 1t i 6 r i& Ga 3 cite Stiff- !i

The rains came__..and Lake Tohopekaliga is beginningto

come up, according to Riley Miles, chairman the Cen-

tral and South Florida FAxxi Control District.. on June 1st

the level was 48.05 feet and on the 15th it was 49.09.

'. 1 :' Miss Sasowned by J. R. Fulp of Anderson, S. C. and
trrrmtrr :
99r nrtTrt r r"rktk' t W King Joe Jet, owned by R. E. King of ,Winnsboro La. uon

1 3 >t grand champirjnships: at the Florida Quarter Horse Show
up1nJ = Monday.

.w h Swim clubs throughout the state have been invited to

; > s participate in the Senior Men's and Senior -Woman's Out-
; :0 door Florida Association Swimming and Diving Champion-

ships to be held at Cape Coral August 9-1L..the three day

meet is expected to attract approximately 500 contestants

throughout\ Florida.At .

the Kissimmee and St. Cloud rodeo parades held

1 1f Y Tuesday, the float entered by First Federal Savings and
z S YS ( MN, Loan Association of Osceola County won first place while

the Hunt Bi!>s. float was judged second best.

.t S Stewart Chapman received an award for distinguished I I
achievement for service to the youth of Kissimmee by

.4 ,. Chamber of Commerce, Stewart has served the Little League

The Thomas A. Edison estate at Fort Myers is a shrine to America's foremost Inventor Visitors can here since its beginning in 1954.

tee more than 300 rare and beautiful plants gathered from throughout the world. Edison's home and

St. AugustIne' Spanish Treasury Building Is Just one of numerous attractions offered in Northeast his laboratory. Both home and laboratory are preserved exactly as be left them. A Mlogiaforerun- growing and we anticipate even I FURNITURE
Florida's 15 Crown counties. The ancient City Is another reason Governor Farris Bryant and the Florida ner of today's breezeway. connects two portions of the Ed;, ao borne The home is another reason Gov greater things in the future, but I I I DISCOUNT CENTER I
Development Commission are urging Floridians to vacation in their own state this summer. ernor Farris Bryant and the Florida Development C; mir .00 are urging Floridians to vacation in their neither industry nor agriculture
own state this summer. has caught up with the spendingof I If you are definitely interested

hd our_ _visitors.. in saving money on good' .furniture -
I "We have been fortunate in tne you should positivelysee

I State Can Expect A Record Summer Tourist SeasonEarly past revenue that one always of our seemed three to sourcesof come ,

up at the right time. However, we TOWN & COUNTRY *
must never lose sight of the fact FURNITURE"A

reports from resort areas ed with Independence holiday res troit and Chicago have shown an first 24 days in June, compairedwith I for April showed sizeable gains "Senator Smathers has announced that a bad winter can create con- little out of the way, but so
throughont the State indicate ervations. Other motels throughout upward trend. Delta's..Sam Schnei- similar periods last year. over the same period of 1961. De- the National Aeronauticsand ditions which confronted the state much less to pay." .
Florida will have another record- the State echoed a similar re der said the airlijr\'s facilities are ACL expects July 4 travel to be partment store sales were up 12 Space Administration will culture in Both the tourist hard and hit.agri- 10,000 SQ. FT* SHOWROOM
breaking summer tourist season, frain. currently jammed!'kith passengers heavy beginning June 29 when per cent, furniture store sales 5 spend an estimated $543,000,000 in were Loaded with tremendous 8elec-
Wendell Jarrard, ChairmanDirector Some comments from this bound for numerous extra cars will be add- per cent and household appliances Florida during 1962-63. He also CHILDREN'SWEAR tion of Early. American and
of the Florida Development week's survey: Panama City's Chamber of e'.* to regular trains. A special 24 per cent. Gross sales for furni- said that more than $360,000,000will modern furniture, priced to
Commission, reported yesterday. Trailways Bus System said that Commerce indicated that the re- train to accommodate holiday ture stores in Florida during the go for construction purposes. suit you.BEDROOM.
Jarrarfl's forecast 'was made its package tout program is now sort area's July 4 holiday will i,e travel will be operated' from New first nine months of 1961-62 were This is a sizeable increase over the
after a sampling of Chambers of in full bloom and promises to be a complete sell-out. York to Miami June 30. down $8,535,302 while gross sales total of $210,000,000 spent for all SUITES-With 23:;
Commerce, touristy accomodations,' the biggest South Florida influx Miami Beach's big F, taine- for household appliances fell $48- purposes during the fiscal year Birth through Sub Teens suites to choose from.
transportation firms and attrac- I ever experienced with a 20 per bleau Hotel expects.. a 25 per cent 165,327. 1962-62." and
tions. I cent increase indicated accordingto increase in visitors this summer. Sales Taxes "Florida's economy has receivedan Green said Florida's economy is u Yin iomwTette
_ According to the reports, the: Trailways' John Dishong, Jr. Other hotels held similar views. assist from the tremendous stronger than any time-in the SpeHall.t.R.raeq 1P.rdta TRADE INS
summer tourist season kicked' off With the summer season off to Miami Beach's Carillon Hotel Produced Federal Government expenditures. history of the state, with the town & Country FurnitureAt
one to two weeks early aseager a good start, Jacksonville Beach reported a good ,flow of incoming According to a Washington report, growth of industry being a major Orlando
vacationers began their influx to anticipates a tourist record in the reservations for July and August. $493,000,000 was spent last year factor, but he pointed out that the
the State. ''I making for the resort area. May and June, a hotel spokesmansaid $181,706,975TALLAHASSEE with Florida industries and uni- tourist dollar is still the big source 3610() S. Orange formerlyKuhl
National Airlines Vice PresidentJ. showed increase of Ave.
Normally Florida begins expect- an over versities on prime defense contracts revenue. Tree Delivery of Furniture Items
ing heavy visitations around June i Dan Brock said that bookingsinto same period last' year, -and the State Comp- I making Florida fourteenth "Agriculture always has been a In Orange County and Kissimmee Open evenings Til 9
15, but this year winter splashedover i Florida for July and other trend is expected to continue with i in the nation in money received strong revenue source and is improving 960 South Orange Avenue, Orlando Phone GA 2-6360
troller Ray E. Green reported
into 'spring, and there was summer months are well ahead of a' banner July 4 predicted. yes- under the program. ," he said. Industry is still'
an early buildup as summer began. last ;year, particularly during the Pensacola Beach, currently 10 terday sales tax collections pro- I
duced the fiscal
The Commission has forecast July 4 period, which currently is per cent ahead of last year's busi- $181,706,975 -------i
running ahead of last year's holi this year 1961-62, exceeding the pre-
some two million visitors per mon- ness expects summer's tour-
th during June, July, and August. day.W. ist increase to go as high. as 18 vious year by -$1l, 13,973 or 6.76
That total will surpass, by one E. Rachels, of Seaboard or even 20 per cent. per cent. STATEMENT OF CONDITION I
million, last year's rerord of summer Airlines Railroad, anticipates a St. Petersburg's. Chamber of Green said collections for June,
tourists (which isting summer-tourslt records). summery 'which was the best look is good for St. Petersburg: $14,979,999 or 10%, per cent over "."j.R7t-
Northern resorts such as Fort season on record for the line. The annual Florida' Funtime celebration the same month Jn 1961. The
Walton Beach, Daytona Beach, Northwest Airlines' John Mayis will be the' best attendedin revenue also exceeded the estimatefor AS OF JUNE 30 1962
Jacksonville Beach, and Pensacola estimating a 20 per cent increase several years. Fourth of July the month by $362,570. ,
Beach began posting "No Vacan- in tourist business over and the summer season will be "The fine tourist season made
cy" signs early in June. Fourth of last summer. better than previous years, accord- the difference," the Comptrollersaid.
July reservations have swamped Delta Dream vacation summer ing to Manager Bill Davenport. "Collections during the first
many operators. One large motelin packages for :Miami and Fort Atlantic Coastline Railroad i six months of the 1961-62 fiscal S
Daytona Beach, with nearly Lauderdale are running higher showed an increase during May period were up only 3.35 per cent RESOURCES LIABILITIES
IsA 200 units, reported being inundat- than, last year. Midwest cities De- and a greater gain during the i over the same period of the pre-
vious The became
evident year.with the change January collec- Cash on Hand and in Banks ...u.m $ 1,003,355.13 Savings Accounts _._...__............_____.____.... $12,290,310.18

U tions, which reflected a good holi- U. S. Government Obligations! ...........____. 281000.00 Federal Home Loan Bank Advance _..___ 238,000.00 i
I Affw MA love Florida in ffogooeoMfnmer time! day season, and continued to improve' -" the tourist season pro- Federal Home Loan Bank Obligations 165,200.00 Loans in Process ._._._______ 565,224.31

Green said the estimated revenue First Mortgage\ Loans _m________ _.__________ 12,311,447.13 Other Liabilities _.._.__.___________._____ 11,723.85
I needed from sales tax collections :
WE EXPLORED OLD FORTS 'WE SAW TERRIFIC RODEOS AT during fiscal 1962-63 is $194,000000 ,- Loans on Savings Accounts ._.___________. 67,257.98 Deferred Credits ?:..._...._.__._.______________ 12,158.53
w FLORIDA'S COW COUNTRY' (THIS or .8 per cent more than received Other Loans 69,717.74 Specific Reserves _____..._________..___..__.._.__ 3,051.83
last ,
INDIAN CHIEF WAS JULY AIN ARCADIA.) "We are going to need an improvement Real Estate Contracts .-_ 49,718.61 General Reserves "'''m''"" $890,911.06
in the national
AT FT. PICKENS. / AIM. ,. c YIPPEE! which subsequently will stimulate Real Estate Owned ________.___.__:__.1............ 14,509.28 Surplus ......_____...._...m_......_ 79120.51 970,331.60
__ RIDE IM Florida business, to help us make
: :; FIRE/ % CO W i30Y!, the estimate," Green said. Office Building m.m____..__...__,.,__:_, 60,276.56 $14,090,800.30Officers
I lI "Revival of the building industryin '
Furniture Fixtures & EquipmentDeferred 28,761.37 and Staff
_, P Florida could be a factor as to -

/ whether we make our goal, provided Charges mm..m_......._.._.__ 4,548.10
of Bourse, we have another
L. M.\ Stevens, President
good tourist year. The Florida Other Assets 35,008.37
Construction Review reported $14,090,800.30" J. J. Griffin, Jr., Vice President
3 1 March topped monthly activity of
4 ri.r Florida's non-farm building construction William T. Wallis, Executive Vice President-Secretary
'I for the first of
calendar year 1962. This is encour- Board of Directors i Mary Haslar, TreasurerN.
;,., aging. The report also stated
x March had the highest levels of Earl Harris, Assistant Vice President-Loan Officer

monthly tions since activity and authoriza- 'V. Glenn Ray, Clerk of Circuit Court, Kissimmee, Fla. Agnes Canale, Head Teller
August 1961.
t FED POPCORN TO THE SEAGULLS" "Gross sales in the lumber and L. M.\ Stevens, Association President, Kissimmee, Fla. Jeannette Cody, Assistant Loan Officer
HE SURE building materials industry were
CAUGHT ON FAST SO RESTFUL ... DELIGHTFUL down $111,796,092 for the first P. E. Kirkpatrick President Citizens State Bank, R. William Hammond, Public Relations OfficerS
nine months of fiscal year 196162as Cloud Fla. '
Isabel Bartholomew
t J BEACH compared, with the same period .
I, of the previous year. Frank Poffenbaugh, President, St. Cloud Motors, Cora StroupeMarie
I "The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Cloud, Fla. '.
'xa Atlanta reported consumer sales in Kragenbrink ,
the sixth Federal Reserve District J. J. Griffin, Jr., Insurance, St. Cloud, Fla. )'

r William T. Wallis, Association Executive. Vice .President\ ., .Jean Critchley. ,
.aaN. Kissimmee, Fla. Eleanor Leach
x Phillip R. Kelley, Attorney, Kissimmee, Fla. -., :' Margaret Acree ,
I WEDDING St. Cloud Office

PHOTOGRAPHY A 1 % S William F. Stewart, 'Branch Manager

", U ";. PER.ANNUM Maxine Dawson, Branch Head Teller
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i 8 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs, July 6, 196 Culvert Tile for Driveway&

iRTI-TLKS<< FOR RENT JBADCOTS ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST ; Septic Tanks-a size for every need

2 bedroom furnishedapartment. $10-DOWN Cement W rk-280 Gallon Crease Trap

FOil SALE E. P. Neid. Don't Buy I

I 25 Broadway 847-4591 15 Years Experience.

847-4848 TROPICAL PARKIn I REALTORAMAFOR K. C. ROTHROCK owner and operator.


FOR RENT Suburban 2 bedroomCB Klsslmmee Transit-Mix Co.
I BARGAIN IIA UN I : SALE Used Located at

romtra leI Zippers Set Tooth house. $50. Phone 847-2067.
nroiilie* 7et Bar Dob 3e| Shoes LOST&FOUND
h7cj So"'.... lOej nilonm 7Oet FOR RENT: 2 Bedroom house unfurnished FURNITURESewell PHONE: 847-3524
Shirt. '1 2 Modern Homes
I Pant* $lj Dresses
kitchen stove. Thurmond HURS 35 es \?|Io." 39c| except
Hankie &et )'.....* JSej Belts $35. Phone 8472067. 1015 W. Church
ir.e; Caps 15e: | Spreads 1>2-.0j) Each $2,600 Down .-
Hair >ets 4ei T-Shirt. 3O -| furnished _ ORLANDOChristian -
Nearly Krer1>ody Trade .t The FOR RENT: apartments LOST Men's bi-focal glasses wit] 8 -

Bargain I>arn. Come tn Albert two and three rooms. : ::1 3 bedix! >ms tropical garden and patio.
frames between Lake Cecile ,
:MillVnreh .n.e la ,.... <>rttImmediately. Air conditioning. Moorefield build- gray ._ ,_ _i J
Follow the oljn.l and Kissimmee. Phone 847-2016.
IIAKUAI. BAK.\ Office. Selling price $15,900 $2,600 down '
ing opposite Post F. Welsh. ; l
Open Week Day And Sunday Io Science .

Kitchenettes and trailer with balance @ $92 month includ-
: rooms LOST: Housekey between Emmett per ,
apartments with lake and s'luf Societylit. Competitively Priced
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- and Bryan on Rose. Tag attach ing taxes and insurance.
fleboard. By week month or ed. Reward. Mrs. Virginia Dow-: \\fd. Site of Each
Capitol: Motel St. Cloud Month K p.m.
year. ,
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 ell. 847-4144. S09 .V Randolph

NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. Hwy. 441.FURNISHED. 2 bedrooms and Florida room. Selling price, $12,600; Sunday Servlee II a.m. Hone Trailers and Utility Trailers

Sunday School 9130 ..m.

FOR SALE: 400 to 500 tons highly $2,600 down with balance @ $85 per month, taxes and I Built and Repaired ,
DUPLEXThree LEGAL NOTICE Complete. mobile welding shop all werk guaranteed.Old .
fertilized coastal bermuda
- insurance not included.FLORIDA
hay. Place order for early delivery large, exceptionally nice IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Orlando Hwjr. near Livestock Market.

R- E. Carmicheal Co., rooms. Three blocks from City NINTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN MORTAR MIX Rt 1 Box 258 A Kissimmee

Tifton, Ga. HalL Twin beds optional. AND: FOR. OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLORIDA. STEEL & WIRE MESH
118 South Beaumont. REALTYCOUNSELORS ,
Machine Phone 847-4011 LAW NO. 2602
FOR SALE: Zig Zag Sewing -

1961. Take up paymentsof STATE ROAD .DEPARTMENT OFFIxmiDA. : 847-3898

$7.20. Makes Button Holes, an Agency U the State-
('OR RENT: Apartments and of Florida.
Sews on Buttons, Monograms,:
houses week month. Cot- ,
by or and
Sews forward and Reverse, and
I' ton's Apartment, North Orange' .
makes many Zig Zag Designs. Blossom TraiL OSCEOLA COUNTV. a Political Subdivision 2 Broadway Kissimmee
Guaranteed, Write finance Mgr. of the State of Florida.

Box 931, 'Kissjmmee. FOR RENT Apartments & Petitioners.!' 847-3156 847-3157 KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX

cottages, completely furnished. IT. MowingLots

Cakes For All Occasions Kissimmee Motor Court, RoyalSt.
8473811.APARTMENTS .
Coffee Cakes and Phone

Other Baked Defendants. Phone: 847-3524
FOR RENT: $9, Fields.
Goods I i Sll S12 per week. Mrs. Paul NOTICE OP I( BE W1SEECONOMIZE
LAMAR\ KNOWLES, Davis, 114 Emmett Street. ty. Florida. on the 25th day of
July 1962 for approval of same and
Manager NOTICE OF EMINENT DOMAIN for final discharge as' Executor of Job Contract
: l the Estate of WILLIAM T. SHOEMAKER -
FOSS BAKERY : deceased.
This 19f day of June A.D. 196CITIZENS %

St. CloudFORSALE:400sex TO ALL WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN Extra Blocks. ORLANDOBy: C. W. DavisC. Henry Yates -
and to all person and Quality ,Yo Davis, Vice President
Executor of the Estate of

: link pullets, rig-lit parties title claiming interest or estate having,; mort-any At No Extra Cost WILLIAM T. SHOEMAKER, -

3 and 4 months old. Rt. 5, Box gage or other lien to or on those Thacker deceased and Thacker PHONE 847-2480
certain parcels of land hereinafter
377c, Congdon Road, Kissimmee. IO Box 51Klsslmmt'e.
described and the following -
LEARN BARBERING ,, together with all unknown persons Ph. 8474021Member Florida
FOR SALE: !900) x 14 recapped persons claiming by through or Attorneys for Executor
Inmire Your future In aweIIpyIng June :1, 28. July 5, 1%. 196%.
Goodyear double Eagle tires. 40. profe..Jon under known persons who are dead,
or who are not known to be deador .
Phone 847-2067. naT 41 MKBt CloisoesV.A. IN RE: Adoption! of
alive: Builders --
of Osceola Count Association
Approved / SMITH BABY Manvill his wife, if living: ancJ I ii.Ul Section 29

FOR SALE: All White German Orlando Barber College Charles H. Carroll A minor, if either are dead, his or her un- I All _
Address Unknown OSCEOLA CEMENT IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE known heirs deviseefl. legatee, 1 30 -
Shepherd puppies, AKC regis- 3399 S. Orange Dlc...aom Tr. SRD No. 59 NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN grantees, and creditors 1.111 fractional (except rlght-of-w.n
tered, championship bloodlines. (iA 5-3X76 AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. for canal) Section 31
1 Joseph R. Carroll FLORIDAIN Herbert Ware .d \\'H and N% of NKJi and SW, lOt
$75.00 cash terms. Write H. PRODUCTS INC. J. a
or 1363 KIchardMon VUta" Road CHANCERY NO. 6309 Ware him wife If living and I If :NEV:' Section ;31.VH
Ilenaley Jr., P. O. Box 893 Mel- .. Apt. 69. Uuildtnfr 4 .NOTICK TO ANSWER. either are dead hI. or her unknown of N\\'l and fractional KS
bourne, Florida or call PA- Ankorapre. Alaska NEPTUNE ROAD KISSIMMEE TO;' BILLY RAY SMITH helm devisee leg tSs*, Section 33All
SRD No. 59>> &;%8 Fayettevllle Road
fractional (except! rlght-of-w\
3-7746 Melbourne.Use 1- grantee, and creditors, 4
WANTED Raleigh North Carolina for road to Lake" .'YI'reu fieri ion

Robert R. Kurd NW'4 of the NWIJ of Section 11, foreclose a 'mortgage recorded in YPU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 34
one of our Carpet Shampooers La-Jose PennsylvaniaSRD a Petition has been filed in The heirs, devisees! legateca and
No. 46-R Township South Range 29 Official Records Book 66. Page 246 the above-styled Court ERV1N granteen of William i*. Parson All (except right-of-way for r. atl
FREE with Blue Lustre Carpet East. in the public records of Osceola MILLARD and ELOISE by MILLARD, (sometimes known as W. C Parsons to Lake Cypress; ) Section 3i

Shampoo. Parks Furniture Co. T. S, Keever County; Florida, affecting the fol his "wife for the adoption of SMITH: ) deceased and G. H. Gilman AllVeat of Canoe Creek Koad < x-
lying: East of and within 40 feet of towing described
WANTED: Baby sitting jobs. Dayor P. O. Box 662 the line of State Road R-531 Lot property; BABY, a minor, by the petitioners. and Wynn Meredith as the eicu c-ept right-of-way for road t" _
Fourteen (14) of Block "C"of Lake Cypress' ) Section 3$
Hickory, North Carolina tors of hi. last Will and Testament -
are to
night. Call 847-2067. Section 92501, Bald survey line being Osceola Atrerf 4 Subdivisionof you serve a
SRD No. 12 of if either are living, and I If
described copy your Answer or Objectionsto
as follows: Osceola AH the .
County. Florida according show cause why said Petition deceased, their successors, above In Township 2; -
to the Official Plat South. Range 30 East
Mabel M. KeeverP. as should not be granted, on the Attorney -
Begin at the Southwest! corner of filed and
FOil RENT reco'rdt"d'among
O. Box 662 the Mattle Gaskins. If living. and i If
WANTEDDomestic the N'EU of Section 11, Township Public Records All Section 1All -
of osceola Count LiloJ Attb Qnu7R'E.
Hickory. North Carolina dead her unknown heirs devisees,
25 South. Range 29 Kant thence Florida A. P.O. Box for ________
&... SlID on the 4th day of and creditors. except right-of-way canal)
12 legatees grantees
3. Beach Florida, and file the
housework Pre- run North it'OrSO" East, 1 8.9T September, A-D. 1969 In I'lat Section 2
feet to the beginning a curve Book 1, 392. original In the office of the Clerk All except right-of-way for canal,
fer will take Situ Xo. 12 IIIGIIT OF WAY on page Walter S. Rudisill. Jr. and -
steady or part the his
FOR RENT: 2BR Trailers and lots. concave to the Easterly and having YOU ARE HKREUY NOTIFIEDthat of Circuit Court at officeat Section 3
Uudislll. his wife if living
Rainbow Mobile Homes and time job. a radius of %&64.93 feet. thencerun unless file the Osceola County Courthouse All Section 4 -
you an answer or
The East 53 feet for a parcel of Kissimmee. Florida before and if either are dead. his -
on or
Trailer Park. Ave. land described as follows: along the arc of said curve other responsive pleadings with the or her unknown heirs devlaeen! All except b'W5. of SWtf SeetionS -
Michigan Past Phone 847-2182 thru a central angle of 1218 a Clerk of the said Court on or be July %Oth, 1962; and upon your fail- _
Bowling Alley. Iii mile off Vine distance of 615 feet to the end of fore the 16 of ure to do so a decree pro confesso legatees, grantees, and creditors. All (
"The North Eighty (80)) feet of day July. A.D. IS62, will be entered except SEU of SB%) Fee _
curve, thence run North 12'l9'S0"East. and serve a copy thereof the against you.WITNESS tlon 6 _
St. beginning Northeast corner of Ethel M. Rudisill. a single woman,
254.24 feet to the North line undersigned Attorney for Plaintiff my hand and the seal All of SE<; lying East of canal
Northeast Quarter (NE"4) of of said Court In Kissimmee, Florida a resident of Canton. Ohio, whose
Southeast Quarter (SE'.). ran of 120,05 raid feet Section East 11 the, at Northwest a point at the address below, a decree this 19th day of June US:!. mailing address is 1309 LouisianaAve. Section S
South %Zii.j feet. West 255.7 feet. pro confesso will be entered against (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) S.\Y.. Canton 3. Ohio All Section 9All
FOR RENT REAL ESTATEFOR North 255.7; feet. Hast 253.7:> feet corner of said Section 11. you for the relief demanded In the GLENN RAY Section 10 _
of Section fifteen ((15). Township land Complaint filed herein. This notice! Clerk of the Circuit Court Clarence E. Smith. If living, and All Kertlon 11All
TRAILER SPACE, $15 month twenty-five (25) South, Range The 2080 herein- described contains will! be published once each week Osceola County, FloridaBy if dead his unknown heira, devisees Section 12
square feet more or less. for four 'w
consecutive eks.
High and DryROGER'S Twenty-nine (29)) East Osceola /Marjorie R. Haye legatees, grantees and
County. State' of Florida. LESS creditors,
Charles A. Sullivan All
BY: JOSEPH R. CAR simmee. Osceola Count Township 2S
TRAILER PARK and EXCEPT the East 30 feet ROLL and CHARLES At orney for PetitionersP.O. South. Range 30 East ________
H. CARROLL. this 12 day of June. 1961 _
Below Dive-In TheatreOn previously deeded to Osceola Box 3 BenJ. Stearns &: Company Inc. a
County by deed in Deed Book s/ GLENN RAT Vero Beach. Florida dissolved foreign corporation. and Also) : Beginning at the Northwestcorner
17-92 SALE "FF" page 193, Osceola Public TAKE NOTICE that a Declarationof CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Published in The Kissimmee GaZette the unknown assigns, successorsin of Lot One ((1) of Section
:Records) Taking has been filed In the June Interest, and any other party Six (S .
OSCEOLA COUNTY.: FLORIDA on: 28, July 5 & 1%, ) Township Twenty-eight
above-styled cause. by the Petitioners CIRCUIT 1962. claiming by. through, under 01 (28) South
( COURT SEAL) Range Thirty-one ((3D'
FOR RENT: Waterfront-3 Br., 2 Four room cement block CONTAINING: 1840 square feet, the acquiring authority of Phillip R. Kelley against said dissolved corpor- East. run thence East 1348 r.,.<
more or less. these proceedings, of the taking of 12 East Monument ALIAS :NOTiCE OF SUIT: ation. to: the KllIslmmee.
bath, air conditioned and heat, house onj acre. Mail\ the above-described lands for the AvenueP. Whlttlt'r Road: LTII
( O. Box 531) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIlE hence: along said Roadway South
built in range and oven, disposal, route and electric line. OWNED BY: T. S. KEEVER and purpose filed set forth in the Petition Kissimmee. Florida NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND The Ellsworth Trust Company 14 degrees 30 minute East 7S7 $
dish washer Phone wife MABEL M. KEEVERSRD in this case. viz: As right of ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF FOR COUNTY: OF OSCEOLA. a dissolved foreign corporationand feet, thence South 3$ degrees 4:J
draperies. Near hard road.BARGAIN. way for a portion of State Road the unknown assigns successors -
June 14, 21. 28 & July 5. 1962 STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chancery. minute East 1153 feet: th..n..e
8172085. 46-R RIGhT OF WAY No. 531. Ofu>M> a Tountv.. Florida- FRANCES in interest and any other
and that -;J RUTH SNYDER Plaintiff 50 degrees 45; minutes Vest _________
oneof the dgesthe vs. ORVAL GLEN 811o LER. party claiming by, through to the Western Sei
FOR RENT: 2 BR. House, screenedin That part of: Circuit Court In and for the NinthJUdlC"lal NOTICE TO DEFEND Defendant ALIAS NOTICE OF under or against said dissolved Ion. Six!i (6); thence fono.ellt..rn : said-)
$2,500 CASH Circuit of Florida. will. on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SUIT. The State of Florida to corporation, and \\ boundary In a Northern

front porch and utility room, A portion of "Beginning at the the 11th day of July, 1962. at 10:00 NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ORVAL. GLEN SNYDER You are d.. u_ direction tfl n1a/* "f. K.._,rliinlnv._..... -_ _-_
Furnished. 915 Patrick. Inquire 847-3675 Northwest Corner of Section 11. o'clock A.M., In the Circuit Court AND FOR COUNTY: OF OSCEOLA. nereoy nouried that a suit in equity All persons natural or artificial, ---- --
I Phone In Township 25 South, of Range Chambers In the Osceola County STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chancery. for divorce has been brought having or claiming to have any You will hereby take notice that
at 913. Kissimmee. 29 East: theoce East 14 Chains Courthouse at Kissimmee. Florida.consider JOHNNIE PADGETT. Plaintiff, vs. against you by FRANCES RUTH right. title or Interest In the the plaintiff baA filed suit against
and 20 links North toAI.1! n12p"tlnn n' 'r.kInappoint ", lands situate, lying and being, InOxceola
on boundary
: DOROTHY L. PADGETT. 827 Doug SNYDER. in the Circuit Court of you In the Circuit Court In and for
of said Section to a stake thence appraisers and m keti; las StReading.. Pennsylvania De the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and and Polk Counties I Florida Osceola County Florida, to quiet
South 7 Chains and 4H links to order a, the Court deems proper. f.ndant.OTICE TO DEFEND. The for County of Osceola. State of viz: the title in the plaintiff to theproperty
stake, th.nce'est 14 Chains and All parties to the suit and all
State of Florida to Dorothy L. Pad Florida, and you are hereby sum- situate in (ceoU and
20 links to a stake on the West parties Interested and All fractional SE' (being W% of
may appear gett. You are hereby notified thata moned, ordered and required to file I'olk Counties Florida described
boundary of said Section; thence be heard at the time and place suit in equity for divorce has your written answer or defenses to SE14 and Government Lot 3) Soc- above.
North on said West boundary 7 designated. been brought against' you by Johnnie the Complaint filed herein against tlon 33
chains and 4H links to the beginning You and each of you. are hereby Padgett In the Circuit Court of I you in the above entitled cause In All of Government Lot 1 (being all You are hereby required to file
containing ten acres of commanded to appear by filing an the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and the office of the Clerk of the Cir of fractional Section) Section 34 your defense to the above action
land lying within Lots 9 and 10, Answer to the Petition heretoforefiled for County of Osceola. State of cuit Court In and for Osceola County All tbe above In Township 26 with the Clerk of the above styled
Block 2, and Lots 9 through 16, In this cause In the above- I South. Range 25
Florida; and you are hereby sum Florida at his office in the I East Court and to serve a copy of tbe
Block 3. of Marydia Subdivision. entitled Court on or before the moned ordered and required to file Court House in Kissimmee, on or All fractional Section 3 same upon \\'. J. Steed 1 according to plat recorded In 16th day of July. 19(2. to show All (except S% of S\VVi! Section 4
your written answer or defenses before the 23 day of July A.D. 1962, calf Building, attorney- for plaintiff _
Mat Book "B", 67, public what right title. Interest or liens All fractional Section 10All
page to the Complaint filed herein and to verve a copy of such answeror on or before July 20. un
records of Osceola County. Florida you, or any of you. have In or to against you In the above entitled defenses upon the firm of Brln- fractional Section: 11 Herein tail not or a decree pro
I ; any of the above-described lands cause. In the office of the Clerk of son and McWhlrter. Attorneys for All fractional (less lands describedIn confenso will be entered against
and show cause why the same the Circuit Court in and for Osceola Plaintiff hereIn. whose address Is need Book 44. Page 638) Section you
lying West of and within 40 feet of should not be taken for the use County Florida, at the Court House Post Office Box 348 Kissimmee. 13
the Survey line of State Road' S- and purpose set forth in the in Kissimraee. Florida on or before Florida on or before said date as A.11 fractional Section 14 IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
531. Section 92501; and Bat of said Petition filed herein. the 20th day of July. 1962. and to required by law. If you fall to do All Section 15 hereunto set my hand and affixed
survey line; said survey line being WITNESS my Hand and the Seal serve a copy of such answer or so. a Decree Pro Confesso will be E>4. NW 4 of NE%, and N% of my official seal at Klxxlmmee.
described as follows: of said Court this 8th day of June. defense upon Thacker & Thacker. entered against you for the relief N\VVi: Section 1C Onceol County. Florida this 15
A.D.. 1962.GLENN plaintiffs attorneys herein, whose demanded In the Complaint. All Section 22 day of June 1SC2.OLENN.
Begin on the South line of Block RAT *.. All Section 23
-r -.. lit Post Office Box 527. WITNESS my hand .. Clerk of said
19. said Marydia Subdivision according CLERK OP CIRCUIT COURT IN Circuit Court All Section 24All
ltl slmmee. Florida on or before of Osceola County. RAY
MOST WOMEN ARE FROM MISSOURI.! least wlen At/! Book to plat recorded In Plat AND FOR OSCEOLA COUSTY.I _.01 ute. as required by law. If Florida, and the seal of said Courtat Section 25 Clerk of the Circuit Court
buy .Spag@, 67, public recordsof FLORIDA. you fall to do so. a decree pro con Kissimmee. Osceola County All Section 2( liys/ Ellanore O. Jowtrs
insurance! Osceola County. Florida.. at a BYs/ Marjorie R. Haye fesso will be entered against you Florida on the 19th day of June. Etf! and that part of NWU of SEV Deputy Clerk _
point 93.S9 feet. East of the DEPUTY and SW'4 of b"E'4 and NE 4 of ( COURT
for the relief demanded In the Com A.D. 1962. CIRCUIT SEAL)
They want to be jTicrwn when it comet: la the rtTtotlUfy ef peopt* Southwest corner of said Block CLERKSEAL) plaint. .I SW'4 lying East of center of fiteeaOf : _
with whom do buiinen. 19. thence run North 01'50" MURRAY W. OVERSTREET. JR. /SGLENN RAY Creek Section 27 ,
they They liVe to deal with on agent whoIs WITNESS my hand as Clerk of CLERK Reedy riteed. Steed tc Urban
east 364.75 feet to the beginning COUNTY ATTORNEY OF CIRCUIT COURTOSCF..oLA That of NEU andNW' 1004
partof NEVi
on experienced professionaL They want help when it said Circuit Court and the seal of Building
comes ) of a curve concave to the Easterly 124 Broadway said Courtat KI lmmee. Osceola COUNTY. FLORIDA %, of NEM and SE% of NE'4 Orlando Florida
to: settling a claim.If I and having a radius of 2864.93 Kissimmee. Florida, and County. Florida on the 20th (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) )lying East of center of Reedy. Attorneys for plaintiff
Brinson and McWhlrter
feet thence run along the arc of DAVID M. ANDERSON of Creek Section 34 Jun 21. 2 I. 5, 1!. Ie2
A D.
Tools ofrer June 1962. July
you ore a woman wno : some Insurance, you will f said curve through a central Attorney for the Petitioner (Circuit Court SealS Attorneys for Plaintiff All except that part lying South
vent to look in on our ogcncy. Call!! vs. angle of 1218*. a distance of 615 State Road Department / / Glenn Ray ) Kissimmee. Florida and West of center or Reedy IN JUST 15 MINUTES
feet to the end of curve: thencerun Holland Building Clerk of the Circuit Court June 21. 28. July 5. 1%. 1 62. Creek) Section 3$

North 121950East 254.24 Tallahassee Florida Osceola County. Florida All Section 36 IF YOU HAVE TO _
feet to the North line of Section IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11, June 14-21-28. July $. 1962 Thacker and Thacker NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN SCRATCH YOUR ITCH.

29 East Township at a point 25 120.05feet youth.! Range East Attorneys for Plaintiff AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY All the above In Township 27 Your 48e buck .( a>r Jrur ate.. _________
IN TilE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Kissimmee. Florida South. Range 2$ Eust, <
of the Northwest of FLORIDA. CHANCERY. NO. 6304 tt-lrk-drlBv ITCH-MK-NOT dead- _ _
Section 11. thence continue corner North said THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF June 21. 28; July 6. 12. 19(2. BRONSON-S INC a Florida. Cs. the itch mmA .....1.... .AatUeptleetl
Lupfer'sInsurance FLORIDA IN AND FOR OSCE- corporation All (except that part lying West .. kill germs t* aped heslisg.S .
64.83 feet to
the OLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. CHAN- IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Plaintiff. of Center of Reedy Creek) in 1.e far **__.. Insect bite. rest
South line of Block 4. said Mary CERY NO. 300. FIRST FEDERAL JUDGE OSCEOLA cOUNTY YIJ. Township it South. Range 29 teh. ether surface ......*. :O\V at
dia Subdivision at a point 179.9S! SAVINGS AND LOAN' ASSOCIA- FLORIDA GEORGE R."NEWELL. et ai.. East. Section 1All HUNT Hno .
feet East of the Southwest corner TION OF OSCEOLA COUNTT. a I NOTICE, OF INTENTION. : TO Defendants. fractional Section 7 > ___i____ 1
of said Block 4. Corporation organized and exist- MAKE APPLICATION FOR W% Section 17
ing under the laws of the United FINAL DISCHARGEIN err TO QriET TITLE All (except rlght-ofoway for canal Card Of Thanks
The land herein described Agency 24.930 square feet more or less exclusive vs. MERRILL L. CHERRY AND WILLIAM T. SHOEMAKER AOTICK OF SUIT: Book 44. page US Section IS I wish to express my appreciation -
of area in existing road MABEL A. CHERRY. his Wife (et deceased. All (except right-of-way for canal) .
right of way.OWNED al) Defendants. FORECLOSURE OF IN PROBATE THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Section 19 to the faculty of Kissimmee

MORTGAGE. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CON George R. Newell and AU Section 20All High School friends,
BY: ROBERT R. HURD NOTICE' OF scrr CERN: If living and If _
Newell his wife Section 21
1918-19:2 ..... THE STATE OP FLORIDA TO: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN either are dead, his or her un- ..Ill Section 22 churches, and associates for the _
SRD 59 RIGHT OF WAY MERRILL L. CHERRY AND MA THAT CITIZENS: NATIONAL known heirs devisees legatees A U Section 23 banquet and gifts given me on _
DEL A. CHERRY. 1718 Central BANK OF ORLANDO has filed IU grantees and creditors All (West of Canoe Creek Road) in
That part of: Court. Apartment 3. Gnlfport.. final report as Executor of the Es- Section 24 my retirement from teaching _

12 Broadway Next To The Bank 847-4121 Mississippi; tate of WILLIAM. T. SHOEMAKER, The heirs devisees legatees and All (Weat of Canoe Creek Road) public schools, in Orange Lake _______
A triangular parcel of land located deceased; that it has filed petition grantees of William T. Forbes. Section 25 and Occeol counties.
North of the North line of PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a for final discharge, and that it wUl deceased All Section 21All
Lee-Be1 Park and South of Mill suit has been instituted against apply to the Honorable O. P. Johnson Section 27 Mrs. Fairlister Davis
Street being in the SWU! of the you in the above styled cause to county Judge of OsceoU Coun- S. O. Manvllie and AU Section 28

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