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NO. I 11 I KISSIMMEE, FLA., THURSDAY FEB. 20, $1964 3 Sections-Price 10 Cents-

? frJ : Raises Police


LIi' 4 Rejects Civil Service Proposal

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Studies 1N'ri To Entice

Restaurant New Policemen

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.. Tuesday pa Klislmmeo'i City Commit-....
? lion Tuesday night gave
i plant for a new oral raise In the policed".rtm.nt
/Mv to be lo "'I T'5 pay
but rejected an
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THE BIG BOSS-Gary Straub pots finishing touches on the anna across the board pay raise proposed
annual Silver Spun Rodeo this weekend.Weatherman. wpresent- by the Civil Service
Bronson George ..PuvfsrocK civil service board hat

Big Boss Luclen prohibiting"Elliott to charge.liquor, aik I+*y s w Thacker recommended h I I. h commlailoner laid "Would a pay Resell give Male a

Give A-OK location be able In or to i pup rookie cop $.00 more per year
Sign for rroup
old liana which z0' Aa with than a a college starting teacher"

the recently rued The now swiss however will

It'i rodeo time and Silver total money distributed will be ...... said the town fifiSSL.l r* /i place Kltilmmee In a good bar.
petition to attract
Spun Big Boss Gary Straub considerably more than the advertised of a food reiUo- to fill now vacantpoiltlona. policemen
aye things are ready for the amount up were hesitant to / The old stating
big ahow. A rodeo parade In St. Cloud In BjIBf.
salary of $81 war swis.d
Straub, who bee eoordlnated la Mt for Friday morning at MtWhlrUr to .IP.M. to $00 for a patrolman.In .
the scores who hive been workIng 10 a.m., and a similar parade to furnish More doing this the Commit
actively for the put In Kliilmmeo will be on Saturday of the project
Ion also tits rank of
monthi, laid thing an in fine morning at 10 a.m. Borli laid "1 ; gave the board patrolmen
ihapo. Announcer for the rodeo will and for a bar In a M' an across
Pe four dollar week raise.Chief .
Even the weatherman gives bo State Senator Clem Me- It will be up to WDEO, 2:30 of Police per Robert Bed
the go-ahead. Herndon AIr- Spadden of Claremont, Okla the commission.
said after the meeting "Any.
port told the Goutto that the homa. Other officials Include Don Aotrey
thing will help. Maybe wo can
weather should have no excess.lye Vlck Blackttotie of Parrlih tion' roitaoranU
change over the put week arena director; Chuck Dent of ,.. time surviving get torn good men at these
\ but all do I
tan *
but aald than might be a Vero Beach, and Bob Wilson liana but bo did 1AtToi(1!: ( t"wens." wa
chance of Mattered thowon. of Denver, arena judges; day would vote for the .Bell told the commlulon
The weekend wilt begin laOicoola Sparky Dent of Vero Beach, taW the .ta..n' had
that the fort boon losing
.,. County with gala and Faye Blackitone of Par- of IU "
duo to low talari iee but
lunch mss
downtown p.rsdn In both Kiilimmeo > Hrii i.timer*,"Katherine'Autrt, ,.m mort of 4
and St. Cloud, a live-\ of Klitlmmee, rodeo secretary; ,.&1.. than a roiU SIXTEEN OF THESE-havt gone ap across th* ilata advertising tbs Rodeos Shown men help.Ing that the town was because not losing the

stock show opening on Wednesday put up the one between St Cloud and Xlulmme an Bob B.lIn.II'1II Hammond and any other protection members of his' force

and with important Horace Phlpps. The signs an a Chamber of Commerce project financed with city fund had been ''supping and workIng .
beef cattle and junior cl.....
overtime shifts without
day judged, and on with Thursday the thirty-third.nd..rI- Today p.,.
Silver Push He said that the force could
Silver Spun rodeo performance the deadline too Spurs Publicity
not edit much longer under
let for X:30 p.m. Friday, 04 automobile II.
Saturday and Sunday. In Osceola 8.'a. these eonditlona. The police
$2750 In puree will be dli- to the Til Pays Off in TV Radio PressA fore I le currently short three

tributed In five contact evenU office there have men.Tuesday
auctioned by the Rodeo Cowboy .. and a tteady night' action earns
Aiiociition: bareback Seven youths four from swears oom- after four previous meetings
brone riding, calf roping, bulldogging St Cloud wen killed early cots office ilnce big publie Ona-plI" three day. rodeo, Show at 4:10: p.m. dlteutilon on the subject
and bull riding In Sunday morning following a der ". licit appear to Following the showing of Bliteen blllboardl Mattered The Civil Service Board had
all cues the entry fees will head-on collision between St a. li picked np bo paying off for the Silver tho show at 10 f m. Saturday, about the state from Ormond recommended the following
be added to the purees to that Cloud and Kltilmmee. County or inside Spun Rodeo. Channel Nine" will lend the Beach to Melbourne and weekly pay plan several weeks
Dead an: Louie Stokes, It; of KlMln. LIlt Sunday the All Florida Aim of the telwait to their throughout Polk County alto ago; chief of police, $160)) assistant -
Anna Evonne Woods, IS; R. expert to pay Magaslna, a Perry Publication network ABC, for enticement are advertlilng the llrd semiannual chief, |1U| sergeant,
Sammy Hyder, 16; and Rosa having on Im distributed to II Florida newspapers to bring tjO! roost-U- rodeo. These billboard |IIO| patrolmen first tlaaa.,
Let Prather of St Cloud and printed an article M coot show The Wide World of ire a part of the City of Kit. $10.; patrolmen, 'M, probationary .
Francis David Alniworth, It, did the Orlando Sentinel Mag. Sport down to a future rodeo. ilmmoe'i ,..000 promotion patrolmen, $!IO.>

Richard Allan Manklni, 18, atlne. Some of the broadcasts will program for this year CommlMloner. Dan Autrey
This weekend aid that if this proposal was
and lasses Regis Mettaroi, arrangements .
have been made for of the play-by play nature StaU newspapers have been accepted w* would be near the
a one
SI Mrs.; of Orlando.Anna Evonno Woods hour tolecait of the rodeo onSaturday while ethers will be interviewsand printing' report of tho planefor top In salaries for all cltleala
background the past several week and
I Florida over 10,000 population.
1 and ROM Leo Prather wen Aid night M channel Channel 6, CBS will ,... may have Indicated desires to .
nine. The televlilon
tie ten. programnlll an 'Interview chow Friday afternoon give photo coverage for Sunday Under the new pita patted
J. R. of the sponsored by Tupper
Trooper Cavey on tho Use). Walt magaainea.
Florida Highway Patrol laid ware Homo Parttea, IN. last night we would be able to
marls the highway Indicated I I. full awing for AUo' radio station WHY compete on favorable term
country club eo", it making plant for li minute with the town of DeLand.TltUt'lIll. ,
tile crash was on the eat
Beauties ., Lakeland and ....
swimming for
bound side of the road and live broadcaita from the arena Young Sought
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that there were no skid masks be constructed oa fire time dally during the ford, Autrey

to car Indicate bad swerved why the westbound Into that purchased air. Miss Osceola Contest HereA again Too neat Commission Tuesday will night meet at

lane. The St Cloud youths the plant an a I pen. All meetings are open

wen In the eastbound lane. \ dancing area .... county wide search hat pate In tile Mis Florida Con. to the public.Number.

The Orlando group wi reported the facilities begun for local beauties to compete for the Mia America
VIRGIL BROOKS to have boon retuning II. ,.. facill- participate' to the Miss 0".- mi crown and the '10DOO
Fealties from a batketbaU game fat Mel. wa des County Pageant to be flnt price acholanklp. ChangesThe
f>>unM. The St Cloud youths era lacking II money. bold to 111I1", ,,,., March 11. To bo able to enter the
had been doable-dating and I being token can K,. Booto Autrey, entrieschairman contest the tingle' girl must Kltalmmeo Fin Department
Brooks After riding! around when the acd- I has ehesgedele-
M laid .tao, her be a graduate ef a high schoolby phono. number I The BOW
dent oceurod. then an
group requested every September of this year aol
lira Woods and Mia Prath- the club ha Osceola' County resident te must bo at least II year of number to I4M11J.
County Spot survived their to obuia 100 The .Id 1I.l I4T43M.
er ore by pan
encourage contestant In the ago, let than M, and must changed to order to
onto. Mr. and Mn. Frank od ... membership local pogeeat have .been a resident. ef Osceola war .
Prather; Batas, Mn. Donald to Lea Tercel. I permit a new roUrv phone
Robert Evan, County for
Virgil Brook, St. Cloud the past alee .system to be IniUUed. The
Malloy and Lydia KathorinaPrathor the dull'14.' \ .
chairman said that nominetion month Tho
reeldeat require
City ComnUaloner, announces ; brother Frank B.Jr, committee. sew .,.... will permit aautomatto
may be made by writing ment may bo waived In
that ho win\ be a candidate '014&t1t.IIU transfer from tha
Dak A. and John C. Prathort .... membership win to the Mia OeceoU CountyPageant whoso. reeldvnca I
for the .me. of Tu Assessor and their gnadnother, Mn.Kooa Dr. with aanaal due now number to aa additional
Committee at either out ef the Mate but who .la
for Oecoola County. Los Prathor. Mn. Woods la addltioa a number if the main tins
pest .1 the Klaolmmoe or Bt Cloud collef or anlverthr student
should. b
Brooke said ho recognizes aloo to rarvivod by a amanaoa 11 for membership' Chambers of Commerce. In Ihla IUU.Adanis. *
Tho office of tax assessor laOM Robert Gerald Wooda. offer beads to BOB BITXELS Eleven eontetUnt have si* '--

of the moot complex andtechnko 10 ,..r.. The a a aesb PC'elerIoaBuckets rosy been signed .*. They

level, bat! jobs that oa moat the of county tho Footlight paf,,,'.>*a per cent Will Suliloalt are) Beverly, Sandra Paris Adam, Joins Di- Holds DrenlCastState:

current pr able can bo MOta ..", ber.
solved by closer Halloa botweea the coot of tho ass Reedy, Jose Maria Alien, here t
for Charlotte Chltwood Mary Loa 'fells of Cabinet
tho tean efflfe Readies Play
sad the prsperty owners of aawaat.... to Beaded| Run Again Farmer, sad Share Reid' all ,
of Klstlmme From
the Coat .
He to a,Member of the Masonic The Footlight Theatre Guild week etob bone. sad Oareeta Comfy: Sheriff .Oe.4t Margo Molten. ...rIJ,. Secretary .f IUU Too rise .to tho sate capitoL
Ledge sad baa held vart.OM production of"Tea Coat Tab flee recreatioaai fa- Robert M. Brakes aanemced Kaoektel sad Helen. Todd. Adama. said Ftorida'a aalqae Thle .to net just another political
.me. ta the local Junior It With Tee to BOW ta IU week bo from lea this week that ho warts bo a The wirer of th* conteet ",huel oMcatrva" aa ao p t, ,.LM""".* bo said.

Chamber of eo...... He lapreeently final week of rehearsaL .to:It$: $30.4.eggs caa be caadldete for .......... la test The girl crowned Mb* memben of the PlerUa ...w.IM& For the fat four yean I have
active with the Ooeeobi Porfermaaca data arescb.dud the May DeoMcratia primary Florid will roceiva a 11,000Mhelerihlp moat share with tote gover.aor tried CoaeUnlly say to
Tb Tarsal the
.. Fob.IT. to and chases to reeponotblllty for a variety touch. 'with Owoola County
Teaatmaaten sad the for 1:11 Bucked. Ufeloftg OecooiaCoaaty a
Shad ....
\ the U acre
Oocoelo County Democrat S*. sad 29 at the Art aadOaltara neideat with aeartyM will wee the right to pertldo of fvartUtia pet directly related Ho laid he had sought tomainUla
at : .... sale
c._. aoraer. of Bay << for by to their awn office, at a a close relationship
Execatrve Committee.BrooU yean to tow oafercemewtwork .
Aviation; Aamiato- broakfatt
meeting with. Oato with "responsible .
I to married ate twockildreoj lilt and Stewart Street ,... U. City of Kia- sold ho world seek re* ola friend people and.
Friday repreorautiv to
Cattartoa .......", tkketa election. to baaed every
sad to employed by UM air .... a campaign WEATHR&TEIIPRRATL8H Adams, aa far noppoeed I la county to the sUU."
the Quality DivtafaHi ., the k a I r m aa laW rapervattonaabavM ....... sale Ma been .. tea reseed' of sheriff for the hit rove for n-olectea, said Ho nmlmtod hU. lUUaen
Marta <:e. A Korea veteran.Brooks be made aa early asp..dble. D aald. Taw past tl ,..... that Jehaay. J. Griffin .f It that an cabinet memben by
served three yean la AH war are resorvo4 that baUdiag. had ro- Ha eats h* has fulfUUa1 the ULB Cloud we.l4 bo lie. campaign virtue of their membership
the Marine Gape tad received or the three yorfonaaacea boool from s campaign premises. made Taea ,/11 70 U t .Iea4er ..... countless sate boards, mutt o*

.I eoDtga crodiU throve* tho cad potreaa. ...*.. ... whoa elected) by oaforriag the Wed. tilt MM Among these ....& weroSeaater share with the govoraor
exocutivo -
Baited Sutoe Armed Forreolaotttato. ticket holaVn, sad eagle tkk- be e plaaa love act tows vigoroasly, / and Impartial' Thar. SS1I M 40 Jl Ira Broaaea and RepreeeateUva HpoMlbility. ,
Bo 11 aIM bed ... see amt ail hove a apaclftoiiemtUsa. tog fee the eeriest IF sad by admtototeriag th* J'Jt./14 J. J. Criffla. "I This system has made It
serene tochafaal course toalectreaka. Tboao may bomado the ,.. M awroaoa office to aa ........ efficient 705140I.1. have knows Iris and J. J. for possible for the. fatt-gnwlng
by writing ..... Cathermo nice hel. and ...--kaJ .........." t/li 71 II ISus mail yean,* Adam. said sate to Initiate and out
Mss two year ton oath* ........, Box MLItoatonaaa ... 11 bole aoana He to ramaUy befog ... S/ll H'O I ..aaei havtg served at a memo long range prognma carry which
hr itmalulua .. St. Cteitdaxplna or al the Art aadCaltaro ,- the Bear tnie e. paved by George ..,....., a II.. till $010 I ber of the cabinet I have aoeaorUeaca extend beyond a tingle guber.aatorial .

A/rfl gad 1M4 : Canter dwiag Oa W.. Kleolmmeo .........,. of their. effective. to,.. J.

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I Osceola County Artists Look Forward to Shows in Daytona and Winter Park


I Beckon Artists NEW ATTRACTION and
For ExhibitionsTwo American Oil
The House of President" ,
approaching art show Florida' newest Mttostal attraction ATTMSHornm
are beckoning rtit-contett r will open to the pub- aura
ant from the Oseeola County Uc Saturday. It I* Mated onUS
27 near State Reed 10 at
area.The Wteter Park sidewalk r 1 t usw r r, eaiaame0 Ctermont, adjacent to the: Citrus
aruhow is set for March 67. anew Tower.It PIZZAFREEZETTE
1 on the fan length f4 Park ynef mas is the first and only complete
Avenue, with 12 feet of space museum U
(Asterisk indicate event open to public) allotted to each exhibitor. all president of tke8 UnitedStates.

Awards total close to 81000. Each figure U a lifelike DRIVE-IN
The Daytona Beech outdoor sculpture of facial characteristic
EVERT WEEK show is planned for LADY ELKS CITE BOOST-T KUsimme Elks Auxiliary spearheaded the drive\ for the with true replies
April 17-18 at Beach St and Central Florida Unit' to purchase the station wagon Pictured above for home therapy under of hair eyes sad detklng
Dally, 8 a.... until sundown-Catorland Riverfront Park. Space per. the direction of the Harry-Anna Crippled Children's Hospital 1700 was given to the fund by The presidential display is
Daily-Public Zoo, Lab Front Park. Kisilmmec exhibitor is 14 feet Prise tilt local auxiliary presented in a "White House
Wednesday and Sunday, 2:00 to 1:00 p.nv-Clock Museum, are offered. Entry fee at both design building which was constructed South Trail
St. Cloud shows is $z. especially for the mu
Daily except Monday, Centra Florid Museum Planetarium, These were announced at the HARLE QUINADERS seum. It U located in a scenic DRIVE"INTIIEATRE
Orlando. 'Tuesdays through Fridays, 10 ajn. to ( '.11I., February meeting of the Os- HOLD THIRD MEETING grouping of lakes and orange
Saturday and Sundays, 2:00 U >:00 ,... Planetarium ceola County Art Association, p groves.
bowing IJO and 8.30 ,.. Sundays. Special Sand Me several of whose members From George Washington to
Nelly model ef moon on display through March 22. have exhibited In past Winter The third meeting of the President Lyndon B. Johnson
Daily 9:00 .... until 4:00: ,.... except Saturdays, Sundays and Part snows.The h.A Harlequlaaders was held on all figure of America's leaders ORLANDO, FLORIDA
holidays Tupperwer Museum, Kiuimmee Oaceola artist probably 8 auz Monday, Feb. 3, at the KJssimmee are full size. Each president
Art and Cultural Cen authentic Thur., Fri. s.t. 2021.22
will formally join the FlorIda U depicted In the
Arts Council, new statewide ion ter.The setting of the era In whichhe "RAMPAGE" 7:00
tier program was a talk .
organisation sponsoredby "DIAMONDIIEAD 9.OC
given by Barry Mount mho
narration Is
the State
gave the group a re- "TilE LlO. 11:00
20-Legion Auxiliary executive committee, noon, Legion Home Commission. Osceola director port on the Theater progress Guild's ft- given of each of the presidents
20-Orlando Loch Haven Art Center Tour of Homes, 10:30 aJ.. favored It and will submit It veal production of the as the visitor views the exhibits. -
to 2.80p.m. for membership vote. Page Two-no Casette, Klasimmee. Florida, Feb 20, 944r "You Cant Take It With season Tou" *
!Friendship Club, 12SO ,.a. Episcopal Parish house. Special Meanwhile a full programof This Pulitzer Prixe winningcomedy
musical entertainment activities Is being worked has two Harleqninad- I' Sun., Mon., Tut. 23-24-25
20-Catholic Woman's Club Card Party p.m. St. Good pariah out so that the State can include ers In the cast They are CaroIjra Complete Program At
house It in literature promoting Late At 8
dr. Phay as Fade and Danny r p.m.
20-Deadline for purchasing 1964 auto tar the three-month Florida Dixon as assistant stage man- THE V.IP.a"Fiat
20 Card Party, Woman' Club of St Cloud, sponsored by Circle Arts Congress to be held this President, Carolyn Phay
No. spring. The promotion will be i Time 7:00
4 said that no committee
20-Pine Needle Craftcr. 1:30 p.m, Mr*. Ray Faulk aimed to interest viiitors from I would be program set up at this 300 SP ART A S" 9.25:
20-" .... Days In May" with Frederick March, Plata, Or- out of state, and will how time. She put the play selection
Undo (through Feb. 27) Florida as a state with a lively committee
;ii in charge of *
20-Methodist Men's Club, .:30 ,-... at bungalow. interest in art, fostered by 42 next month's program. This $ iftf N
20-WCTU meeting, 7:80 p.m, First Presbyterian Church organizations and Institutions. meeting will be held the 3rd WEDNESDAY. 26th
.20-St Cloud chapter OES, 8 p.m.20Founder's Larry Button, manager of Monday in March. _mr M s Imtltnm tfMM Lea" nJu
Week, Rolllni College, Winter Park (through Seaboard photo Service Corp.In Then, the club heard a summation to tnlral e1mr.. 1101..MM Family Coupon light
Orlando was guest speakerat .- I. bm.1b ,., .- Firs Outdoor Showing
Monday) of the planning board .... .. ,....
the 0arUltI' I* Inly
In New York with Cliff Robertson and Jane meeting.He .
20-"Sunday meeting held In November ...... -.., "VJHO'SMINDiAGTHESTORE"
Fonda opens at Beacham Orlando (through Feb. 26) showed slides Illustratingthe The guest speaker.. Walter 7010:45AISEWKLNDOFUHE'
20-"Dead Ringer with BeUe Davis and Peter Lav/ford, opensat theme that photography Jensen, director of the Asolo ... -a _- '
Parkwood Cinema Orlando. Is a fine art
Theatre in Sarasota. H. ex- III
20-Pablita Velarde, artist of the Rio Grande Pueblos, Halt- pUined some of the problems .w 8:55
land Research center thtrough 29th. Closed Sunday. -.-
KISSIMMEE ARTISTSIN of "Little Theater, He also
1 WINTER PARK SHOW gave the group some suggestions -
on plays that would be
I FRIDAY Artists from KUalmmee win good for the group to do.
be included in the fifth annual Mrs. Gill Brooks then explained .

I 21-Clorioaa Circle, 2:30 p.m. Horticulture home of Mrs. Webf Sidewalk Art Festival of Can. J' voice projection and
ster Collins, 304 Main Street Mrs. George Bronaon, Mrs. bra Florida In Winter Park's stage breathing. The club then
M. T. Boynton co-hotees. Avenue district on March M. .J. did a prepared choral reading. c%
... also Saturday More than 400 artist are in
21-Silver Spun Midwinter Rodeo opens, 2:30 p. ( eluded. RECEIVES SCHOLARSHIP Miss Sheila Daniela was

and Sunday) selected from the senior class of Osceola High School to TWO MYSTERIES
21-St. Cloud Shuffleboard Club potluck supper, 5 p.m. at com
house UNION TOURIST CLUB receive the Rotary Scholarship to Florida State University LS WINTER PARK

> 31-Oaeeok rnunlty Choral Society, 7:30 P.HL, borne of Mrs. Harold TO PRESENT PROGRAM Shown with her i. Hone Phippi, president of the Kissim-
mee Rotary dub, who made the Photo "So",
Hall, 1C8 E. Jackson presentation ( by Wrong Number" and Rq ti0
The Angelu Singers of Or Eby) "The
21-"Take Her, She's Mine" with Jimmy Stewart and Sandra are being
Dee, Cloud, St. Cloud (through Saturday) lando will present a musical presented at the Winter Park
21-AU States Grange potluck, St. Cloud, community house, program at the February U BRUNDELL WANTS CAR EXPLORERS ELECI'IPLAN Woman's Club by the Winter I
meeting of Union
Tourist Club Park Repertory Theatre tonight -
In the II
Hawk and "The Pusher open at Arcade, Klsslmmee same Continuity House. The through Saturday I
entertained the
(through Saturday) Club lest and Charles BrandeD, the hypnotist Robert Lane, was elected
year trahendou
t was a
and mentaliit who will president! of the local Explor. Fftory FreshRCSSELb6TewFsltw.
. hit While this event Is
-, r- be presented by the Rotary er Scout Post: 291 at their regular .
by Union
e'r: .- ',,, :SATURDAYJL... .! Club, all person of the Tourist com* Club In Tupperware Auditorium meeting Monday night .*:=:u' Candies?. '
f! munlty are cordially Invited. on Friday, March IS, hat Yeager. n
-Rodee Parade. Kiuimmee, 10 a.... ailed club President Horace Other officers elected Rick
( 22-Parade of Cattle Champions Klisimmee Valley Livestock NATALIE WOOD AT Phlpp to lave an automobile Kane, secretary, R a y m a d\ St. Cloud Hotel 1 \
Chaffin, tic president GeorgeIcasa aaadrt .
Show, 1:00 ,.m. ARCADE ON SUNDAY ready by March 10 for a
22 'Annual Joshua Stevens Chapter card party, St Cloud blindfold-driving\ demonstra\ treasurer, and George
community house, 1:89>> p.m. "Love With The Proper tion. Yasser auartermutar.I I

22-Ice Cream Tourney, St Cloud courts, 1:80: p.m. Stranger" starts Sunday, Feb. According Phlpp the "X- I ,
22-American Legion Auxiliary. sponsored chicken: dinner. 5 to 28, at the Arcade In Klulmmee Ray Eye" demonstration will
7 ,om. Legion Home. with Natalie Wood and start from Xiiilmmee and In.
22-Retreat for chancel choir of First Methodist Church. Steve McQueen starring In the elude St. Cloud.
22 Joshua Stevens Chapter DAR, annual card party, St Cloud story about a Mary aaleseglrt "Please arrange to ban the I
Community House who craves romantic freedom. chief of police or mayor to :
Screenplay Is by Alan J. Pa. blindfold\ me," Brundell asked CHEVROLETmakes
kula and Robert Mu \ SUNDAY wrote "To Kill A Mocking Brundell said he does not
bird". Playing tomorrow and care what make of car is provided II

28-Rodeo, Silver Spurs Arena, 2:80 p.m. Saturday is "Gun Hswk" and but insists on an automatic
I I1 28-Animated Magazine with David Sarnoff, Rollins College, "The Puaher. transmission.Mings .

I 11 Winter Park, 2:30 p.m. all types of quality trucks
| ] 28-Daytona COO race, Daytona Beach International Speedway Orange Gardens Jo
'. Church. Those from
t; U-All State Day at St Cloud Baptist
;\ different states will be counted and tabulated.
[ 28-"Lov* With a Proper Stranger" opens at Arcade, KlsalmI Civic Associa1Smorgasbord lion Held
i! mee (through Monday)

I i MONDAY Supperange

By Anna 1. Reynolds Blvd., Is a pstient at an
24-Girl Scout Troop 681, 2180 Beaumont Are. I p.m., Mrs. The regular meeting of the out-of-town hospital.
1 i : Craig Belt Orange Garden Civic Association
24-Troop 291 Boy Scout. Scout Hut 7:11 p.m. Craig Bell, SM Thursday, February < The Cancer Dressing Group
,I 24-Explorer Poet Ml, 7:80 pjn. Explorer Scout HJq. was an affair that was thoroughly held its regular meeting on
24-Benevolent Rebekah Lodge No. 23, St Cloud Odd Fellows enjoyed by all those Tuesday at 10 ..m. In the Com.munlty .

Temple, 8 pjn present The meeting was opened House Building. This
24-United Presbyterian Women. 8 pjn. Mrs. D. Co Love, by a smorgasbord supper. Is a very worthy project which
speaker. Faith Circle hostess. Dr. Wm. B. Chetlock of ON deserves all the support possible. >
24-Thomas C. Mann, Rollins College convocation. Winter Park Undo gave a very Informative .
24-BUI Newman will present program at Rotary talk on rancor Another Item
24-Cub Scout Pack "5, Highlands Elementary School, Edward was on "The Christian &leDtSod.t1
Park In which

the audience was able to make ac-o.. w... a' .
TUESDAY a trip around the world. la a n. ........
manner ef speaking In anhour's S...., Service It am

25-Pa. Club (Ksystone-Va. Club) St Cloud community house, house time! The display of Saadsy Stbeel .:11 ....
covered dish, noon plant and awarding of
25-St. Cloud Lions Club, 7 ,.m. Parkview ribbon for the plants as .,. r r .
25-Troop 295 Boy Scouts, Nasarene Church, 7:80 ,.m. Paul judged by the committee, was :
Harford SM another Item of InterestOn 11U

25-Explorer Poet 29; Explorer Scout Hot, ,:30 pjn, Lewis Thursday evening, Feb.
Johnson adv. IS, a Valentine Party honoring
25 Union Tourist Club, St Cloud 7:80 the Orange Garden Golden .
25-St Cloud 100?, 8 p.m. Wedding couple wa bald
25-Kelly Lyons will speak to the Klwanls Club, telling of Thirteen couples wen presentfor S r : s. ea

South America. the party. George Harris
25-XA8T Club, A ,.... program open. of the Gardens gave a musical t a e ; car ,

program with a Valeatlae-
WEDNESDAY26Needlework Sweetheart them Mis x... t
Jude Fish was general chair-

Guild 19 ..m., Mr. Mary 8cnbrger. man. Hostesses were Miss
26-Troop 293 Boy Scouts, Scout Hat, 7.OO p..... Norman Cook, Grace Colyer" Mrs. Edward s I ,
sin Smith, Mrs. Elisabeth Ladsoa

28-WWI Barracks 860, 6t Cloud community house, 7:80: PJ*. and Mrs. James Cooley

26-WWI Vet AIL at Woman Club, 7S pjn. Ml** Ana Wolf of Cleveland.
"Cleopatra" opens at Seminole Flat. Cinema, Orlando. Ohio, U the house stout of the :
Misses Marjorie Fish and
THURSDAY Edith U Spencer at 1728 Oak V k ,, v
St, Orange Gardens. CHEVROLET +

27-Alpha Tan Omega Alumni! Association reception for Stew. The Mlases Marjorie Fish e' k.
art D. Daniels, at Cherry Plata Hotel Orlando. ':11" and Edith Spencer were recent
1:80 guests of Prof and Mr*.

27-The pjn.Victors" with Vlnce Edwards and George Hamilton. Clyde Stayer at th* JonUUCollege
opens at Beacham Orlando through March 4)) Alumni Dinner la 8ekrtog. -
27-"Captain Newman" with Grtgory Peck Tony Curtis, Angie
Dickinson and Bobby Dam, opens at Parkwood Cinema Friends of Mr. Herbert

Orlando Manaall were very much saddened Telephone Chevrolet dealer about of truckSTARLING
27 Tea Cant Take It With You" open 1:11 p... Foetlight by the siews of his death year any type
Theatre Guild Production at Art and Culture Center Klsslmmee ** Sunday, February 2.
(through Saturday). The Via St ShuffUboardAseodatie
27-Bach Festival, Rollins College, Winter Park. (through te27 .0rrow has poetpecwtf Its '?
Doable Tournament untilMarch. INC.
-"Seven la Msy" with Frederick March. Plaaa, Or- *
Undo (last day Mr. Wss. Roe of 1711 Or- KISS$ MIMf#, flOftrDA

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Say '. SAVE r Fresh Frozen Florida

We Owe It Orange Juice W.D IRAND

To Them I

How long will th* Koreanwar
continue Art w* doing
any rood! Do the Korean The Gazette,Kiasimmee, Florida, Feb.20,1461-Page Three
appreciate u.'"
These were three questions Rodenbaugha, The C h a r I t tTownseKis I NORTON FROZEN
posed by Dr. Harold Vo kUl at The Jack Stod- Apple Cherry, Pooch Coconut NATURALLY TENDER
the Friday luncheon for the dards. The Albert Scholia, and
Florida Chain of Hiulonary the Maxwell Palmer.
Assemblies h.ldln tht Episcopal The guest preachers will\ be 1h Fruit Pies SIRLOIN
Parish Hall. Fr. Durranr of Maitland on f
Dr.Voelkel ia associate pros. Feb. Feb. 29th. Fr. Buchananf o st oaES Steal I/ 88x
ident of the Soong-ill college ) Winter Park on March 4th, .
!In Seoul and conducts a min- fir. Quigley of Orlando on RIGHTS RESERVED J Family. $1
Iitry among former Common March llth, Fr. Seddon of QUANTITY Size Still CUT BONELESS ROUND
lat prisoner of war. A Pres Pin. Hill on March 18, and PRlCtS GOOD THRU FEBRUARY 23ND .
byterlan, h* wee one of sev- Fr. Soper of Pinecastl on mace's.rom see ..P,...". '... Steak. 8 8'
oral tpeaken during the two March 25UurSrpui .
cia, assembly here. '
The speaker pointed to thtSlnoJapaneae lA : k4 TURKEYS BONELESS ROUND
1.65Ye YrY
war of 1895,theRussoJapanese fPjY
war of 1905, Iiill S: S S.1Y.YNiS1ti H Roast. LI. 88/
and the more recent "police .
ation" In which the United
States and Rueiia were opepoled 6-12 Lb. BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP

lolL In-the all put fought few on years Korean, he DR. L M. McCOY wa one of u.s.D.a Roast. ll. 88'

laid,a million Americana hare the guest speaker at the Frozen d .
been to Korea and back. Florida Chain of Minions last \ 9
In Korea today, he said, "31 Thurtda). M ** ( ><<' GRiA" FRESH GROUND DAILY EXTRA LEAN)
miles from my home la anatomic ____

the U.S.. It equipped engaged army"a.terrific And CHRISTIAN FAITH O \ ) LB. Gr. Beef 51"Off
"I don't know the answersto A series of sermons on"Be SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER
the questions," he aald."But lids of our Christian Faith"
I know the attitude of the Ko- will be started Sunday by the
reana. They My, 'You owe It Rev. B. B. William, putor of i
to us." Korean point out that the First Methodist Church.
more Koreani have been killedIn The sermon topics will be e 50 Extra labs 5ta...
.the recent action than all drawn from the Apostle's KODAKa i WITH THIS t0IxR1 ANO PIJIIowi a
other nationals of allied nation Creed Subject for Sunday's ; O '
put together. They state sermon 1* "I Believe In the P. .uMiln
that their tides have been laid Holy Catholic Church." It 7n5 t e 8 Projector shrimp .
waste for the third time In eeee Tess,......., l.aee
three generation Threads rtwinJoIl ,- AT ANY WINN DIXItf
"They feel that Korea hat EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO ,projects, E
been victimized by the antag- HAVE GUEST PREACHERSt. automatically IIr

online ofoutilde power" John' Church will\ SOFT DRINKS
thow lam
toiled way yet to
But "of course", Dr. Voel-
In a Lenten guest mooted Just place film In a riot, a
kel mid, "Americans are doing
preacher exchange with end this projector automatically
tome good in Korea.Moat other Episcopal Churches In threads Itself,turns off the roomlights 50 Extra, Two V.II. Stan
()f the service men stationed
Central Florida. and starts the ihow. At WITH THIS AND PUMCMASI Oowiiie
Korea are doing "very able YOUR CHOICE
the end of the reel, It automatically
and exemplary: work" and the nights will be heldon eec Pans
Family turns on the room lights, Grade "A" Fresh, Fla. MediumEGGS .
of work carried ANY Perch,
variety by during
on each Wednesday night automatically rewinds the film" Breaded Steaks
adviiora ia amailng. But Ko- Lent with a covered-dish end automatically turn Itself SIX
rea I II still a eub-marginal beginning at six-thirty I e.a tease bowerlee
off I Come In end let vi show you.
economy, and poverty is reflected In the parish house and Evening =| BOTTLE ,prr AT ANY WINN.DIXIt
in Inflation and mounting Prayer with sermon following 199" CARTON 11
unemployment. in the church.
Moreover, a 100% population. LIMIT TWOCARTONS
Increase may be expectedIn Several of St. John' fami- I
25 years, the speaker said, lie will serve as host for the HUNT BROS. 2-79 ; J I WITH t). i'
expressing the consequences In supper Serving a* host ares FOOD ORDER. 50 Extra Tot r1lRt SIHIR
Th Fred Brussows, Th Carl
a country "without land to
WITH THIS cowcN AND nwoiAsi o"
feed themselves and without
Industry to furnish Jobs for ONI Jiesi jiwtti PMSMChicken
the people." "X Thighs.

Korea, Dr. Voelkel said, represents .ee TM...,......., tin

Christianity an became opportunity' then"the for ALTERATIONSPEC SAVE 8< EACH O'SAGE FREESTONE (Limit 2 with $S. food order) II AT ANY WINH. IXII
door la wide open." 'k
While only S'% of civiliansin '
Korea are Christian, 15% IALISTS Peaches N.2ihCAN 19 f
of the Korean army are Christian i
h* aald, pointing out 50 Extra Too v.i.. StuHI
that as young people are removed Don t Move-Add I ABoom E
from the influent of SAVE 1 JOf EACH LIBBY PINEAPPlE *I (Limit 2 with >$
their more receptive parents to they the teaching become HawalfanTanch

of mission worker Juice.Ie .6-?. CAN 2 51
"Yes," h* said, "the door It eeNTseYPe.esapCaseAT
open. The question Is, 'Will ANY
.w* enter" 11 i
He urged his listener to 10* EACH LIGHT MEA1 CHUNK TUNA
encourage Americans In an
era unprecedented prosperity .
to provide the fund for Star-Kist N.b CAN 25 .
mission work fundawhlch are Eslril T! rgypsuss >I
dwindling year b**year, a* TMIi ANO nrwtxtASr a

opportunities broaden. EACH DIXIE DARLING RAISIN CINNAMON /.Y.Me. t e... '.,...,
More Important,h*added, I II Q SAVE 4< Lllr
that Christian home moat encourage blue Bap CHttI l Tanad

ton and daughter to sea,.....,...".., .... i
view foreign missions a* a Buns ""** 29 AT ANY WINH. IXII
Spacious living b
satisfying life work. In response can now your with budget payment r
to a question about age .. Coll us We handle everything from constructionto

35"eligibility la Ideal, he for said person that"under starting planning. Our work I I. fully guaranteed .. Stop by or SAVE 10'I EACH DEEP SOUTH SALADDressing

out on a mission career, phone but do it today!

eluding but that retirement people up age to and are doIng In-- 1 K. CrMOORE, JR. i QUART 29' 50 Extra TitVilHSUMlVITH

excellent work In tilt mission TRIANOU IUILOINO FREI THIS COUPON AND *VKCHAH 01FIidnrT'Bfic
field, In many sue-being
able to assume responsibility 11 ITIWALT 811n CALL NOW '
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Mrs. Mae CarnaU, KtaehMMe bring, OH, where filial serv
daughters, Mrs. Raymond Lak- lei are due to be held with in.
ocy and Mrs. CerlyU Ham torment to feBew Jo Damas-
tnon-t of Elyria; and seven eve Cemetery, D."" ..., Onto.Grissotn .
grandchildren. Funeral Ben was
Funeral services were held in charge of arrangements.Too .
In the chapel of the Bfcdel
:, i Funeral Home at 10:84 a.m.
Monday with the Rev. .G. W.
Cook, pastor of Calvary Chapel Late to Classify
officiating. Interment was
in the Veteran's plot at Rose
Hill Cemetery: with military\
honors under the direction of VACANCY-Room and board
Four The Gasette, KiMimmM, Florida, Feb 20, 1" the Barracks 1068. Riedel for a retired gentleman that
Funeral Home was in chargeof likes to go fishing. Phene 847-
arrangements. 2045. Ask for Woody.

.And Sudden Death!
t Jess Otto foals 72,of Campbell and
The tragic death of seven young persons last Station Kissimmee, passed
Sunday morning is as bad an accident as has ever away.. Saturday after brief
IIIn. Smitty'i American Oil
occurred in Osceola County reports Sheriff Bob Buck. A native of Cadli, Ohio, he MTHIIMOFflNO
els. had been a resident of this ONTO

It is one of the worst accidents In the long historyof community. for the put sixyears.

Florida traffic accidents. COUNTY He was a retired painterand
While we agree that increased enforcement will SCFOLA a member of the Painters, We Are Your

help in deterring further accidents on our highways, Decorators Number and 988 PaperhangersLocal Alliance,
it remains a fact that it I in impossible to hire enough Ohio. Dealer
police officers to keep all of us driving safely all C-A H MAKE '-eM Survivors include his wife, forlIm
VI0let I Marie foals, three
time and thus accidents.
daughters Mrs. Howell Wilson -
More and-more attention has been given, PRETTY Beloit, Ohio, Mrs Claire
the engineering of safe roads by our traffic Hanley, Fostoria, Ohio, and nReCngeraton
safety engineers because of the practical ., fr Mrs. Thomas McLaughlin, of
: ) IM-ERVOUS : Kissimmee. On. son, William and
of enforcing safety where the conditions for safe driv.Ing Joseph foals, Camp Pendleton,
are not present. I BE.'r BA"ii"" !;; California. One sister Mrs. Fretiers
Kissimmee. 21 Hour Service
This latter is the situation on U. S. Highway 192441 : .fT Also Charles seven Colwell grandchildren and

between Kissimmee and Ashton. .... four great grandchildren.
! '
, This road was originally engineered about 1930.It ;: ....,..\.....;:.+-,.... .tI'..... 0" >.w tn" '" EKI Funeral services In were the Gris-heldat
11 Tuesday SMITH'SRefrigeration
a n
'I was opened to traffic in 1932. It is one of the flr sour Chapel with the Rev.
modern highways ever built in this state. Fred Toms, Minister of the Service
CHARLES TYSON 1722 Oak Street, died Monday Church of the Nazarene, officiating. Phone 847-3765
! Today, however, it has been outmoded: it is
Charles Tyson, 68, of Canoe morning.
The funeral left
I narrow and its curves are too sharp. It has Creek Road, St. Cloud passed Born in Pawtucket, Rhode Tuesday afternoon party for a.I .- 9 DuHiagtM Are KIMI....
bridges so narrow that caution signs have had to ; away Monday evening aftera Island, she moved to Kissim I- 11. -
illneai.Member three from
erected.In. lone mee years ago
of a pioneer Osee- Philadelphia, Pa She was a
addition to being out of date this highway ola County family, he was born member of the Unlversalist
now over- rowded. The growth of both Kissimmee February 11, 1906, the son of Church of the Messiah.
I George W. Tyson and Ollie She is survived by her husband .
St. Cloud has been great in 30 and there
I ; Tindall Tyson. He was a citrus Andrew Jackson Weak-
been much growth too between the two cities. grove caretaker: and was for ley! daughter Mrs. Arnold
f We think this late tragedy should underline several years employed by Simonson, Kissimmee; brother,

necessity that this highway be reconstructed just Lawrence Orlando.He Plumbing company Lewis grandchildren Butler, Pawtucket and two) great three REGARDLESS

I soon as is practically possible. was a member of the grand children.
Barton Lake Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held Whatever the family's financial circumstances
I Survivors Include two sisters In the chapel of the Riedel whatever the family's religious
Mrs. Merwyn Burroughs, Orlando Funeral Home at 2 p.m.Thursday tI affiliations, the services of the RIedel firm
Lent A Reappraisal and Mrs. Carl Luthge, with Rev Dorr Van Etten, are always in accordance with the highesttraditions
I St. Cloud. Three brothers, Henry pastor of the First United
of the
f Tyson and James T. Tyson Presbyterian Church officiat
For many churchmen in Osceola County, the religious both Kissimmee and Claude liUNI.
(, observance of the 'season" of Lent is now Tyson Osteen. ing.Interment will be in Osce: 'tM10IDa or 1HI
progress. But to most of us the meaning of this Funeral services will be heldat ola Memory Gardens under the ..00000NIIIdIII
: 8 o'clock Thursday from the direction of the Riedel Funeral
season which precedes the glorious celebration Grlisom Chapel with the Rev. Home. RIEDELtor
Easter is hazy, David Thomas, minister of the
Why, for example, do many Christians "give Barton Lake Baptist Church, GEORGE F. CARNALL cJ
officiating. Active casketbear and
something during this season? Why are special era Messrs. Clifford W Hull, George Frederick Caroell tor iMMifr ITIIITKISSIMMII
ices held during this particular period of the Chrl Raleigh Rolls, Joe L. Bass, 76,of 1622 W.Vine Street, died Slrv riOIIDAPheewt I
year instead of at other periods? Stanley Hall, Q. M. Hughey at the Veterans Hospital at
Bay Pines Wednesday night.
and Ross Lanier. Honorary,
The answer is that Lent is a period of Pledger Payne, Melvin Johnson Born In AsUbula Ohio,"d .
a time to study what we have done for Clifford Fertle, Wendall here eight years ago 1471188BENTON'S
from Elyria, Ohio where, until
where we have failed, what we should try to do in Ketchum, Lucian Elliott, John his retirement, he was an
Barber and Joe E Johnston.
j future as a prelude to our clebration of the ) Interment to follow in Boggy, inspector with the navy.A I
of HoljWeek;;:cil1Min4ting .In. His crucifixion a Creek Cemetery Crissom Funeral veteran of"World War oil I.he
subsequent mumictfoW( v -- Home ls in charge of ar' was pastpresident .
1 rangements. NARCE No. 636 and past comander i
Christ died for us as a sacrifice for the "sins of Barracks 1068, Kis L t
I the whole world" but this doesn't relieve us of MRS. CLARA M. WEAKLEYMrs. simmee.He .
I. Clan May Weakley, 80, Is survived by Us wife,
responsibility to check Into our own shortcomings

attempt to improve ourselves. I
Thus the "giving up" of something -

I: movies, etc. Is encouraged In several
: because this helps to remind us that Lent is (

The special religious observances help us in our reeval.uatlon )

of ourselves in the light of Christ's JEWELRY

,! to us. .
The specific season as observed since the

days of Christianity by the great majority of

Christians is the 40 days preceding Easter,
including Sundays. Since Easter is early this year GREEN THUMB SALE

March 29, Lent also started early, a week ago

day on Ash Wednesday, February 12. The reason !
y the period of 40 days is because this Is the
t period that Christ spent In the Wilderness
tempted by the Devil and withstanding the tempts.tions

I, earth.Catholics- as a preparation for his active ministry 50 % OFF .

I and Episcopalians have always used

I Church year, but more and more the
churches are finding that the Church year is useful
I a means of giving proper emphasis to the fullness Two Large Tables of Jewelry, Watches and Diamonds

r Christ's teachings.
;1 Whether your church uses the Church year or
i we commend to all the personal appraisal that

means to members of those Churches who do.


; \ Loss of a Leader ( DINNER RING

I Reg. 595
'I t
To use A hackneyed quotation:
: I 'Our loss is Daytona Beach's gain" Reg. 359
We're referring, of course, to the decision of
Manager Charles Jackson to accept the position

Assistant City Manager at Daytona Beach. Now $295 p .
Notable improvement in efficiency (with $195
quent economy and without visible loss of service) Now

have resulted from Charley's two and a half years :

II* deserves your thanks as well as your Total One Carat Diamond .
wishes. He's been a fine leader in our community

we hate to lee him go.Tl'EJjIseirnmee. .,

f jatto .

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Bethany Circle Church held Its regular meet. book, "Be What You Are". Her
Elks to Enter ing Monday at I p.m. In the subject was "Saints! and Broth-
Held Meeting educational building Mint Janet em"
Area ContestOn Kasdal presided Mrs.Willlam Nahm and Mrs
Tl 0 The Bethany Circle of the Mrs Maurice Grlgsby was Erford Wood were the host

Sunday morning, Feb. 23, First United Presbyterian the leader, using the study esses.
Elk Lodge will travel to Win.

ter Park to participate (In the ..
district ritual nUit The
Kisiimntt team, under the
leadership of Exalted RulerJ
.*k White, will with
Th Cuette compel
Kiaslmme Florida, Feb. JO, 19"-Pa,. Fl,. <>...*r teams from Laeeburg,

Ot ando, Winter Park, Cler'
munt and Winter Haven. The ,
winning team will represent,
the district during the state ,
convention to be held In Miami
Beach In July Many local
members will be present In
Winter Park In support of the }I '
KiMlmmee team 1.e
.i The regular weekly meetingand
monthly Initiation on
F Tuesday evening Feb. 25th,
will be conducted by the leaden -
of Klulmme lodge from
the past 10 years and all local
member are cordially invited
r to attend this meeting In hon
n 1lr ,tit or of these past exalted rulers.
The regular roast beef
!i i dinner for $1 per person will
be served by the ladles of the o
auxiliary from 6:30 on. .", .
The candidates to be Initiated ., "
together with their wives, ",
F will be guests of the lodge on qJ..;," 1'iIIo'If"' '.: v

Friday evening, Feb. Hit at ,.t... "j_ .' ',_
8 o'clock for a special get- ,
acquainted meeting at which t
time the lodge officer will ENGAGEMENT TOLD
MARRIED RECENTLY present the history of the Margaret Elisabeth Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Sander order and the workings of the
local lodg After the meeting
the ladles of the auxiliary will Miss Wilson to Wed

Miss Judy Tyner Weds serve refreshments.

Larry Robert Sanders WCTU FounderTo Paul Lee Jacobs NORMAL er HOW IMIO for Men**

Be Honored lead. er delUel. ....rk.. Wash speed.
seta' 5I.* lentowli spin .**.*.
Miss J Mr. and Mr*. James Earl Miss Wilson Is a graduate of
dy Ann
u Tyner, Miss Cynthia Davis servedas The W 0 In an'* Christian e IIOUIAR and. IHOIT WAIN CYCUIlemklne
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Temperance Union will dedicate Wilson announce the engagement Thomas Jefferson High School .
maid of honor and Miss wish speed salettlaa to lewi
of their daughter, Mar. In San Antonio, Texas and Is
Tyner, and Larry Robert Its
tonight In end
program 4tt lakHe. fata, rinse heelapiseelreil.d
Mary Farmer as bridesmaid. any
Sanders, IOn of Mr. and Mrs memory of Frances Willard garet Elisabeth, to Paul Lee presently a senior at Stetson .
Paul Sanders and ay syrl sdeeHeM.riiTiirio
Emory Ty of of interning at Sea
Paul Sanders were married at who Jacobs Winter Park, ton University
her life for the
4:30: p.m. February 8th at the ner, brother of the bride and cause spent of Mr*. Ralph Lee Jacobs and the breeze High School, Daytona 4 s iYin .(.***, ,..f)****
groom served as best man and temperance. late Mr. Jacobs.Choral Beach. walk. web f, *Mi, l" tlna Hut, sand.,
Church of the Nazarene, with The meeting will be held at
grooms man. The groom-elect I I. graduate soap Mum.e .
Rev. Fred Tom.
officiating. 7.30 In the educational
Th bride wore a street A reception was held In the building p.m.of the First Presbyterian of the Winter Park High COMPASS 110 I2-LI. CAPACITY takes lerae tarn
length gown of Venetian lace church hall following the cere Church, Klsslmme Croup School, attended Stetson University ai uAt fi tty was la stride.

over taffeta, featuring a mony. The Reverend Van Etten, Elects Officers and presently a senior -:: : 8
student at the University of $
bisque bodice and full skirt. They plan to take a belated pastor of the church, will be
She wore a of velvet honeymoon trip to Pennsylvania Th Choral Florida. He I I. a member of LOADS .
crown In charge of the devotion Osceola Group, Ln sew'" UtOTHII
and lace and carried a bouquetof a* soon a* the bride Soloist Mrs. Curtis Sewell, organized two week ago, Delta Sigma Phi, social fra _-:: .::::. e $199
carnation and lily of the graduate from Osceola High choir directress of the First met Friday night at the homeof ternity. MODILSWITH .r 1aeY ee.rr warn
The wedding will be held
valley. School In June. .
Christian Church. Her aon Mr* Jess Thacker In Rene
Donald will act as her accompanist Terrace 7:30 p.m.Church at the on St.June John'sEpiscopal 6th. LIMITED TIME ONLY !
At the first meeting John
Local Women Elected to Lockwood was elected to
serve a* secretary and Ralph
BPWC District Offices Legion AuxiliaryTo Rupert as treasurer and PARKS FURNITURE ,CO.

Serve Supper Th group I I. part of the WAXING
Osceola Art and Culture Society. Smitty's American Oil IISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

I At the third District meet. the International Convention The American Legion Auxiliary It meets every Friday AT IMIIMOI9'NO 847-4171 892-2011
log of District 5 of the Florida will be held In Washington will serve a complete night at 7:30: under the direction CINTU
Federation of Business and D.C. In 1965. The contact chair. fried chicken supper Saturday, of Lester Gelsler -
Professional Women's Clubs man for the International Con February 22, from I to 7 p.m. Th next meeting, to beheld
held In Orlando at the Robert vention is Helen Krause of St. at the Legion Horn tomorrow night will be
The dinner. will also be at the home of Mr. Harold
Meyer Hotel February
on Sunday Petersburg Florida who 1* the
available for take out Uulte, Hall, 103 E. Jackson. Those
9, 1964, two Klssimme present National Second Vice
member were elected to District PresidentWomen 125.. children, 68 cents. Proceeds wishing Information may eon
Offices. Mr*. Wanda will go toward the tact Lockwood at S47-2220 or FORD TOTAL PERFORMANCEWAS
Barnette, president of the Kls ."Girls' State" Fund. Mr. Hall at ..,.2HO.
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simmer Club iwa elected te to MeetThe
the office of Assistant Direct. nThe'
or and Mr*. Sybil Carte, second February meeting of
Vic President of the Klsslmme the United Presbyterian
Club war elected to the Women will be held Monday,
office of Treasurer for District February 24th at S p.m. Church of Christ BORN HERE!
6.Eight. Mr. D. Co Love will be the
club from the district speaker and the Faith Circle
were represented by 72 memo a ill act as hostesses.Mrs. Meeting at Fla. Ave. and 9th St., St. Cloud
ben. Of these 12
there were Ruth- Hurlbut of Ros- March 2nd Thru 9th
7:30 night
present for their first attendance p.m.
well, N. M. left for her home
at a District Meetlnr.Mrlo 11 and 6:00 Sunday
Saturday after spending the p.m.
Mart Bowden of Lees-
burg who I* the State Federation past week with Mrs. Robert COLON WILLIAMSON, Speaker

Parliamentarian conducted Earley. Come be with ui and study the
a very enlightening workshop Mrs. Albert Rogers left
on Parliamentary Procedures Tuesday by jet for Palo Alto, Word of Cod. '
with the able assistanceof California where she will visit !
Mr. Eloise Kappeler who her daughter and son-in-law
I I. president of the Colonial. Lloyd and June Peters
town Club.Officers. ,
elected at this district
meeting are a* follow
for the 1964-1965 yean District .
Director, Helen Juettner
of the Melbourne Eau Galli
Club; Assistant District Direct THIRD ANNUAL ,

tor, Wanda Barnette, of Klssimme v '
Club; Recording Secretary ALDERSCATE CAMPMEETING
Oma C. Jones, of the IL
Greater Cocoa Beach Club; KISSIMMEE FLORIDA :
Corresponding Secretary, Virginia ,
Hilty, of the Orlando
Cub: and Treasurer Sybil FEBRUARY 27- IAnCII 8. 1964
I Carte, of the Klssimme Club. :
Delegate and alternate M
urn on the State Nominating
committee at the 1965 convention .
In Miami are as follow p aI- .
*: Helenmari White, of the
Melbourne Eaa Galll Club, Writ for Room jN ( h M N/ ulh A .
and Evelyn Oust of the Col- rt X/ :gyp
onlaltown Club a* Delegate MMI! on the grounds '' IA f
with Maude Mlsilmer of the
Orlando Club and Retha All rtxuonobla i ,
price -
(Boots) Gober of the Greater
Cocoa Beach alternate Club a* their respective ::

Mrs. Marie Bowden also ad. g
vised that th INS National
Program will be outlined lath
March 1964 National Bnsl- Rev. Ralph krtMvaafellet
nose Woman'a nugaiin enabling -
dUN to plan their 1964
program la advance. Since
Mr*. Bowden U also the National rain
World Affair Ckalrman -
abe advised a charter .
to be granted to a Bwlnea ,010 A N. THE SWTN'S TOTAL PERT08MAHCE CHAMP Most utomottvt 'n&l'l' wII tel you trial the
and Professional W* m a a'I ttoru. track to one of theIr moit valued laboratorta.

the Club effort In Guatemala to form, a and club .....,. t 1.10 M r.w.AflMMMEeawf RaSp WAS MAlI IUDD M RACES RALLIES For .umpU. track competition has led dlrtctfy
INIIft to the .. btttef block,
Panama have been Interfered 1:10: M.... foflow4n rord engIne) cnng! :
wifi by the recent .rW* la 11.0..w Y ear CAerrS i fcrtprffvtd pistons alb valve train, strongereonnactinf
that locality. ECONOMY WHS! I WWY I HEU WCMT HOtt rod* ; .

The International President Such (mprovafnatit* contribute l not only to Ford'i
I begins* Helen, Iowa G. Irwin., and free therefore De II W ftW S I.?..Awl I IIIJIW K.a' NOW .NftIfI'N.1'101&I' winning track record, but also to tilt tdjj! Mt

ft*. ... Mai. I. spew OHM M Important .to your tvtf'tdl'dfMnC.

WBams. rn winner let YOU fORD 0CAU TOM rl
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II 183 Entries Pap &fx-Tht Gaiette, Kisslmnes, Florida F.b. 20, JM4 Of 111II iteIE I-Arad Bull (1-1-1.4140)) 'I' ... I8 II .

i'* r" II-IWr" Ygee9su. T'"
3-Sr. BIIII Oal iveo (1-10.81-82)) I i Bull CaW (..181181)I

Listed for 1964 day, with Angus cissies following A. Duds Son., Cocoa; Clyde : ., 11 .". ,* is II. g

st 10 ajn SantA Gertrudit ;. Kayo Ranch, StiPetenburg,
2-Two-y..o-d! Bull
4-8mr. (1-1-IMI41))
Vrlf. Bull ((7-1-Ml-82)) II-Pair of Oaiooe 0-Sr. Champion Bull ((14))
A complete) hit of entries In will be jndgtd begin- and United Sum Corporation II Eva BanlalU lAd BAR SO Baldwin e i- !! .liB

th. Klsttame Valley Llr*. nlng at liM: p.m. today and al CUwiiton. Toe 06 Brahman 8-6mr YrI,. BulU ((11-1-11-80-82)) I Ri Riil iIq; I 1IiI

itock Show U presented below the Brshmaa at 10:80 sjn. FrI. entries make lbs Brahman II BerdsSIe.nen lt P55 Roldinli S- r. Yrig. Bull ((7.1-12-8141)) 10>R *ervt fir Cfampiw Bull
tot the convenient of CensUs day. show the) largest of tht four 6-La laWPiwxkwt, of f Dam ,.
Jr. YrU, Bulb ((8-1-4-80)
reader In listing the winners. Th parade of cattle breed. 12 WhImsy...<...... SO WMtney..... 5 fc.t i=::.It: tI:: I s H? .. '
Hertford classes will be champions relview of all Hereford Haren Ranch at 7-EarlyJr.. Yrli, Bulb (M-3.2843)) 4-Jr. Yrl(. Bu'l' (1.1-440-62)) 94.(1M.OOi. IWuetfer CfiMHrien' w.II8).

judged beginning tt 9 a.m. toIl winners In th show will be Fort Pierte, and Shuman't 14 ., .. Baefmaaer 21 Huehea =: =..' HI '

presented In th* show pavilion Hereford Ranch at Plant City 8-Sr. Yrl,. Dull (9-1-1131-61)( ) 81 31_" 1G301tn I tIllS l-Reerve Jr. Champion Bull .,

( CIRCUIT COURT FOR THB st I p.m. Saturday. art exhibiting the 14 Hereford ': R"Hufhae B g. "Lad Major BAR IS Baldwli Huihee. I Keya Maya Reeoto Hasoso Mane Mnnae 1ST/S II1 :

NINTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OF Btllemeadt Farm at Lake intend In individual IT Keynan* brdolnnmar 100 BoUtmeade8mr.
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR O8CEOUA 8-Smt. Yrl,. Bull (5-1-6-31-62)) HEREFORDS 13-Grand Champion Bull (9-J1))
(COUNTT. IN CHANCKRTIiIVOROB City Hughes Angus Ranch of classes It U expected group Sr. Yrlg, Dull. H-B-31-61)) 64 Kayo Reeoto M.noo1 Key

) RAY B. MALE. Plain Elltnton Sun Ridge Farm at clauet for Hertford will b. It BbonymenS BeHameade 6-Sr Bull Calf ((91-12-31-62)) 1-TwrvYear-Old Built (O-1-8-31-61))

tiff. <'raua HALE HENRT Defendant liEU: LJULARD NO- Mlcanopjr, and Baldwin Angus mad up from the Individual 10-Two year old Dulls (11-4-30-61)) 05 ADS Bcbnkl.ydeMx_ ttUdo ISO Methods Matador CM HHR 14-Reaerve Grand Champion Bull

TICK OP sit. THK sTATe OFFLORIDA Ranch at Oeala wets among entries It BAR Bardollermei Baldwl. K'lleer>lO Phih"''Maaao'''/ ._ 2Sr. Yrlg. Bull ((9-1-1J-8K1)) |Ul K PanuleulE Ealmon


I.MIard, Decatur, Tennaaaee: NO C. V. Whitney Farm at H. L. Harvell Ranch of 7-Jr. Bull Calf (1-1-4-3063)) 3Jr. Yrl,. Bull (1.1-4-30-62) 15-Two Billie Bred and Owned by Ex. ,

TICS U BENEfiT GIVEN that Lexington, K,.. 1. lIsted M a BrooktvlU, PanuleU Fannt 12-Reerv Jr. Champion Bull A* ATM Parlor da Imperator thai. Jl Domino' Mlarhlef O HHR .
hat Instituted null for hibilor
Plaintiff .
"': Suusu.d w O
divorce aialnat IB the above joint owner with Hughes of of Miami, and K. D. Eatmon % tt Kit,. .li Mans. )W Anuety Domino 12 K Bhumaa IMRlnda Harvall

at y led: Court loo are herebyluirmonad Whitney Bardollermtr 20, a Ranch of Pompano Beach. In 72 Pnfloao ol Bufarland IT .. 4-Smr, Yrlg. Bull. ((5-1-8-31-62))
ordered end required 13-Senior Champion Bull (from 8-10)) 8-Smr. Bull Calf 16-Aged Cow ((1-1-12-3140))
to file )our written answer or junior yearling bull. all, 67 Santa Gertrudls lots (5-1-8-31-63)) 17 IJnda Harv.llIMthKhaaa

...... to the Complaint f||.4 Brahman exhibitors IncludeIN entered. 5-Sr Bull Calve HaTvall
In the abort etylad r.... In the are 14-Reerv Sr. Champion Bull ((9-1-10-31-62)) 17TwoYearOld Heifer (1-1-12-3141))
erflr of the Clark of the Circuit 9-Sr Champion Bull (14)) 121 SHy Tao Hair 10* Shuman
Court for tha Ninth Judicial circuit 6-Wntr. Bull Calve ((11-1-12-31-62)) IM% EetmoB'a Sue its Eatmon
of Florida In and for Oaca.oil JUDGE 16-Grand Champion Bull from 124 SHy Zalo Heir 110 8h..... '
11.13)) Eatmon18Sr.
( Count, .' hi. office In the COURT PERSONS: APPEARING: TO "III ( 10-Reaerve Sr. Champion Bull 161 Eaton* Queen 40/2 :
Courthoua In Kleelmmee. Florida OBCEOLA COUNTI', FLORIDA. OWNERS OF ABANDONED 7-Jr. Bull Calve (1-1-2-2843)) YrU Heifer ((7-1-12-3141))

on or before Ik. Illh day of NO. PROPERTY 125 SHy Tab Heir 127: Shuman IM Eelmoa'a Linda 50/2 Eatmon
IN > ESTATB'OFBEATRICE Section It of Chap.tar 16-Reervt Grand
RB Purauant to Bull
ll.4 and to aar.a C Champion PaaoleiaI3
March copy Ilia
thereof on (Plaintiff attorney, M. FARLEY: f IT. Florida Statute, entitled"Florija 11-Junlor Champion Bull (4-8)) 8-Sprg. Bull Calve (after 3-1-63)) POIIrod&or.
whoa Kama and .dd... era art DcoeaaadMOTICB. Dlapoaltlon ot Unclaimed I RHK Zalo Hulr IM 8hunan 19-Jr, Yrl,. Heifer ((1-1-4-3042))
out below. Ibollld you fill to doso TO ritBDITOM Property Act", nolle Ii 17-Three Bulls owned by exhibitor I SHY Zalo Heir 112 Shuman: 114 Judy HarwU
Dcccii Pro ' will be TO ALL CREDITORS!: LEO A. hereby given that the pereonlHated *> Baldwl 12-Reerv Jr. Champion Bull 9-Champion Bull10Reserve lot J. Lynn. Harvall
inbred WIth... my TEES DISTRIBUTEES.: AND below appear! t* V* the 20-Smr. Yrl,. Heifer (5-1-6-3142))
hind as''I Court sad ALL PERSONS IIAYINIICLAIMS owner of unclaimed pereona' 18-Two Bulls bred and owned by ex.

'' the ..., of aaia.court at OR DEMANDS or Intangible property presumed hibitor 13-Grand Champion Bull (9.11)) 187 IM Oinr F"I.Pride 7t/i Eatmon Hannah
AOAINST SAID abandoned, Champion Bull
.*, Oaceola County, Florid, ESTATE:
Account number I-.OOI- 01, J D Baldwin KM IVkup III Panuleta
(hIs Ith day of February, 1114.JCT Heimia las Eatmon'a Mlaa Olnrar 7l Fitnwn
: CT. HEAL) hereby notified and required to apparent ownari: Uorwood. Elinor M Bellmeade 14-Reaerve Grand 170 Miaa H.rv.11
preaent any claims which you Mao Interceealon City Florida; 41 : Champion Bull II-Three Built fiCalf
C f GLENN I' Bellameade Owned by Exhibitor ;; :
Alovrt .! .004 21 Sr. _
Clerk ; or lthr of you, may have account number I- (9-1 12-31-62))
Oecrola County, Florida against the eetate ef Beatrice apparent owner) Pnalon, KlBelmmee. 19Jr. Heifer Calve (after 1.1.63)1) \ F.._'. Prlncaaa Eatmon
Murray \\". Overatreet Jr M. Parley, .deceaaed lati of O*. Florid ff BAR Bait Banlollermera B.M.I. 15-Two Bull. Bred and Owned by Exhibitor 172 Lady Hamando Vlarvell
Attorney for Plaintiff reola County, Florida, to'lrl"t.t I ion convrrnln the 25 Huihee" Brervli of BarooldUy' Huihee 12-Two Bull Bred end Owned hy Exhibitor 171 Oina U, Panuleta:;
P. O. Box 411Klaalmme *f **ld county at ':: u.nmo deacrlptlon of the M BAR Blcacp Bardolleraiere. Pal .cbu 174 Fatmon I Diue Quea 102/2 Fatmon

., Florida : court Steam al Property tllII': name and ad 20-8r. Heifer Calve (after 1M-62)) r. L.N.m 174 prinoaaa Harvell22Jr .
Feb. 11. 10. t7-March 1. 1144NOTKC Klaaimmee Florida, within all drone ot may b* obtained 27 Bellameade Euntla 121 Brlltmeeile 1& UHHC. Heifer Calf ((1-1-4.30-63))
calendar month from the date
nay peraona 21 Prkiesl 75 Duda
OF SUIT pI the first publication of thli an Intereat In the property by Bellemeade Bellemeade 77 13-Sr. Yrlg Heifer (9-1-12-31-61)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Notle. Each claim or demand addraaalnr an Inquiry to Ray K. 21-Sr. Heifer Calve. ((9-1-10-31-62)) Rope
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN muat b. In writing and must Green State Comptroller .. Ad. 2* Hu hee Blue Ribbon '... 16-Ared Cow (1-1-12-31-60)) 23-Smr. Heifer Calf ((5-1-8-3143))
AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA, stati the place of raaidaaee if mlnlatrator. Abandoned Property 22-Smr. (7.1.8-31-62)) 7* ADS F-mprvea rie Manaa 471/1 Dude 14-Jr. Yrlg) Heifen ((1-1-430-82): )
STATE OF FLORIDA In Chancery the claimant and moot b* awora MvlBlon, Capitol, Tallahaaaae, Yrlg. Heifers ( ) is Runs M.m Mhalee Mamas 018 Keya
JAMES W, CULPEPPER. Plaintiff to by till claimant his dent ef Florida Its dare to mention I *c. 20 Queen Mother at BAR Baldwin M ADS 0._'. Lady. Jo Ihina 24-Sr. Champion Female ((16-18)) '
the will become count number name and ad. SI Key Mu' Rhalee Hones 019 Keya17TwoYearOld
\5.' ALICE M McCRAY CULPEpl attorney or aame 23-8mr Yrlif. lIchen (5-1-6-30-62))
void law dr... In Ihla notice. IS-8mr. YrU. Heifen ((11-1-8-31-62)) "
PER Defendant NOTICE: OF aeoordlnf to a* publlahad 11 Ruth of Boolroad Heifer. ((1-1-12-31-61))
SUIT Th. Slat of Florid Tklt th* loth day of January, Unleaa proof of owncrahlp I I. PP2 Baldwla IM MnrI".'.. Malt HHR 0
to ,
ALICE M McCRAY CULPEPPER l,4. S recanted to th* holder by April 24-Late Jr. Yrlg. Heifer (31430.62) M Kl DC Keva Queen.Mom rie aM'I /:/1 Duda Keva tit: CC neir'- HHH 25-Ref>rve Sr. Champion Female

You ar* hereby notified that ault */ EDNA D: DEXTERAdmlnlatratrll I 1114 the property will b* U Bandolier Georftna of BAR Baldwin M Keya Mlaa' Bano Manaa 100/1 Keya 16-Sr. Calves (9-1-10-31-62)(
In poulty for divorce hi bam Estate: of Beatrice of M.the Farley, delivered t,*all She. further Admlnlatrator.Thereafter claim 28-Early Jr. Yrlg. Heifen (M-2-2S-62)) 18-8r YrU. Heifer (7-1-12-31.61)) 1.10 Mu Southern 41 HHR

C LPEPpl"RniVyh.bC\rcuItISi5t| :: deceaaed muat b* directed to She Admin. M Rib BaMolleimor: of BAR Baldwin M ADS Diuon'a OSlo Manek Calve (11-1-12-3142)) 26-Junior Champion Female ((19.23))

of the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and .Murray W. Overatreet Jr. letrator J4 Bellemeede 1 Pride 11 BellnweHe 55 Mua Cotulla: ol Sufariand 237 H'I": Ill Shuman
for County of O. .l.. Slat of Attorney for Admlnlatratrll Ray B. OreenA : .Yrll'Ii'.I 19-Jr. Yrlg. I (1-1-4-3042)( ) 18-Jr. Heifer Calve
Florid.. and P. O. Box 411, Klaalmme, Via.Fib. AdmlnlatratorFeb. 26-8r. ( ) 27-Reserve Jr. Champion Female
you are hereby Munitioned *7 ADS puem'a Mba W DudaKeva
I. II, 10. IT. n. II, I*. 1M4NOTK
ordered and required to file Philip 11.B.rdoIlor Baldwla M Rem Mua Reeoto Men,,. 142/t

four written. answer or define to IN Till COUNTY JUDGES 27-8mr Sr. Yrlg, Heifen (5-1-8-31-61)) m ADH Duds Heifer Calve
'H TO DEFEND t"R-: .Mn\/\" 19-8I1rl. (after 3U3)IM )
I he Complaint filed herein aided COURT 17 HO Keve Rips 28-Grand Champion Female (24, 26))
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE Burton Maid III Bellemeade NHF yaloette' 117 Chaises
you In the stow* entitled co..... In 111 Keya Mu Bano Maui 192J Rips
176 Talent
the office OICICOLAo lli.FLORIDA. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 28-Junior Champion Femal (19.25) |J3 Zaloelle 1J8: Shame.
of the Clerk of the Circuit IN AND FOR O8CEOIA 20-8mr YrU. Heifer (5-1-8-31-62) 177 Harvall
Court In and for Oacaol IX RE: ESTATE OF OF FLORIDA m Key Miss Bane Manao 2M/t Keya 20-Champion Female I lit PanuletaITU :
County. Florid, al hi. office In the CLARA A. CARR, OereMedmt 'UlINTYI'ITATIII Ealmon
Court Houae In Klsaimm,,. Florid >( .H Or INTHVTIO'V TO IN IRON' CHANCERY.and MILDRED D H. FRANK U BIHON. 29-Reaerv Jr. Champion Female 21Sr. Heifer Calf ((9-1-12.31-62)) 1110. Harvell

on or before Sin day of March lIARS APPLICATION FOR hi M PC Queen da Imperalw W2/1 DiidaIWSC 21-Reaerve Champion Female21Reserve 29-Reerve Grand Champion Female
IOM and to* a copy of such rilAt l>ia('HAIUB NETTIE f'O"jr! :, *.rllltlG.n"; :; M r:(tIaI) of Huf arlend tM : ; 111 HarwUIM
aniwer or detent. upon Brin.onend TO ALL WHOM IT MAT ant. Suit to Quiet Till*. Noticsto 30-Senlor Champion Female (from Mane of Hurariand II (itt Panuleu
M Ootull.
M of Huf.ri.nd 144 iliaC
McWhlrUr, Attorney for CONI.: K P NNOTtLE JJ
Defend The Slat of Florida 183 Harvell
2627)31Reaervt) W ADS 0.LocIy Beth Dude Champion Female
Plaintiff herein, whoae ddrau I Is IS HEREBY: GIVEN POPE and -
Fut Office Box 248. Klaalmme THAT Murray W Overetreet, -11 POPK, her huaband. If ah* 22-Jr Heifer Calf' ((1.1-4.30.83)) 30-Two Females I Bred and Owned by

Florida. on or before Mid date ai Jr.. ha. filed bIn Final Return b* married; J M PUCKKTT and W ADS Queen de ManM DM/I Duds Exhibitor
required by I.rO If you I"m! dow I. Administrator of the Kalate: I'UCKETT. his wife Sr. Champion Female W> W-wiManao ol Hutarland t WHCDuda 22-C..t-ofS.r.. 14 Tumor
a Decree Confeaao beentered of Clara A. Carr, deceased; that If h* b* H MANJand 100 ADS Dion e Caroline 506 HarwU
aialnit you for the mild| h* ha* filed Petition for FinalUlecharfe ____UAN his wife, 23-Smr. Heifer Calf INS Panulala.
demanded In the Complaint and that h* will If h* b* marrIed, MOtht8 HAN. 32-Orsnd Champion Female (from ((11-1-8-31-63)) 23-Pair of Calve 117 fcalmon
WITNESS my hand so Clerk of pply I* the Honorable O P. LON' and HANLON.I. 1" Hamll
saul Circuit Court of Ocol Johnson, Couny Judf of Oo*. til I. wife. If h. b* married; HAROLD 2830)33Reaerv) I/IV I'........
County, Florida and the **al of ola County Florida, on th* Unealat RIGID, JR. and 24-Sr. Champion Female (16-18)) 31-Pair of Yearling
said Court at Kliilmmee, ocol 'of' llarch I '054. for oppro, REID Me wife If he b*
: = Ito P.s,...
earns and for final' dls.charti JOHN Champion Female
County B
Florida this 27th day ot married, 191 Hamv.U:
administrator of SANTA
January, us the EMBRICH hIswile 25-Reerve Sr. Champion Female GERTRUDIS
IM32Pair U-U
A. Carr d
1M4GLENN ef Clara *
h b married J. W.RATCt.IFFE .
/" : RAY If !
ceaaedThla. and 34-aet-of-Sir i-Aged Bull (11123140)2TwoYearOld of Calves
01 till Circuit Court ,
Ird of February
CT. CT SERINSGN n... day RATCL1FFE, hi. wife. If h* b* 54 TuIdwia 26-Junior Champion Female (19.23)) 1.0 batman
T. U. FoWBLB andFOWBLB. 3.1I.smiudm llnrvell
ANDAttorneys M-WHIRTEft */ Murray W. Overatreet. Jr. : I: t
wife itucs.UIS
5,15 ,
for Plaintiff AdminIstrator of th* Estate of 35-Jr. Get-of.Sire Bull (1-1-12-31-61) .
W. 198 POlluiota
Klulmme*. Florid Clara Carr deceased, If h* b* married! O. DICK. 140 PaUnon'e Duke 22/1 I ,, ;,;;.
A. _____ DICKINSON to Baldwin36Two 27-Recerve Jr. Female Fatmon "
an. 10. lob. a NRON[ and 33-Produce of Dam : : ,
1.4 Feb ''. lilt 141 Lhulala
II. So. Hatvalj
,r.!,: \ hi. wife. If h* b* mar Female bred and owned by .''. .
.1 Bulf (7.lll2-3i i' i .. ..
; IN THZ IN: THE CIRCUIT COCa Fled; IHWEUJI: god exhibitor r'. 3-8r. Yrl,. $l) ,, ...
COUNTY JUDGE' COURTOdCWLA NINTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. lois. wife, 28-Grand Champion Female ((24-26)) '141 LhlU John Hamll 34GetofSireIM '
F. H.....
IN AND FOR 0CHANCERY .. 4-Jr. I Bull l-l
NO. ST15 and if, 1tniimnuda Yrlg ( -43Q-62))
IN RE ESTATE OF NO. ISIS BTEFFA, his wife" If h. b. m.r. Ililismesde I4S Stuffed Shirt Puuieta
MAKE ,,,...rATION FOB DARBARA BAKER Plaintiff.FRAZIER.) b* married, the unknown heir unknown aaalfna, eurreaaore laIntereat NAVY'S BASIC TRAINING TUN UN Central norlda'e Moat
FINAL Dllf NABOB | .t law, lerateei, dm1neesor < CIRCUIT COURT FOR and any other party Dellrhtful Dtalnf ti'oo.MOTOR : .
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. LOUIS EDWARVD FRAZIER, } ranlsss of JANE: V. JONES: md THB CIRCUIT NINTH OF JUDICIAL FLORIDA, claimIng by thuouth. under oracalnit William L. Jacobi, 20, son and I i* located In (

CERN: Hefendnnt. ) nd"nd' M Tnvtmnt U R. Y. cVmp'any"Incorporated eomlnoiu IN ANt> FOR OHCEOI.ACOUNTY. tlon laid dIssolved corpora'k of Mr. and Mra. Raymond L. CLEANING I ST. CLOUD HOTEL
That Claude Dormen has filed hi.'In.1 TOl LOUiS EDWARD ), a Virginia Cor.mratlon .. NO 0504I1RON5ON'S IN CHANCERY J. Walla and Jacobs of 707 Brack St. Kittlmmet Smitty'i American Oil F I Bualaiaamia. .ta. riaaaaauet aieaaFaatarad
0r4lIltR. whoa permit to Iran Well, his wife If married rms. I
return *i Executor of the Ea- Hlnckley
III INC a Florida : began basIc training
tale of TItle Davis. drcecaed) that MaaeachuaettaTOU act business In the State of Flor. Idence unknown If living, and AT THlIMOrTtNO I1.tii..u
he hai filed petition for html dim Hyannla ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED Ida has been cancelled, and the Corporation, Complainant :. If any of them be dead then Jan 30 at th* Naval Training CtNm .0. New fit. n...."

charf, and that he will apply to that a Complaint for I'l- unknown aialrna aucceaaorln .. their unknown heirs devlaaea, Canter Great Lakei III I
: Intereat, Iruiteae or any otherparty 1 I........ xranleea, or creditor, ,
the Honorable O P. Jonnaon come hat been tiled rlnt you clalmln by, Ihrourb ... H. McLELUAN *t al.Defendant. : rraldenc unknown The nine-week training Includes -
County Judge of Oaceol I County end l'oV are required to Some a *. :
ThNew' Homoaaaaa Land Com.
Florida. on the Sod day of March: your Answer or pleadingto under or italnat paid *orpor*> QUIET TITLE naval orientation, hii-
prhf all namedlerllee dIssolved Florida
HIM, for approval of aim end for L .If alive, and .If dead, and the unknown se> tory organIzatIon, sea Hearing
final dlarhari M Executor of the attorney, UBOKQB her unknown 1I.lre. .nl...., THE STATE OF FLORIDA TOI elms aucce.aora In Interval, and
40 North Court manihlp ordinance and runerjr -
ethiC of Iffle Davl deceased CLAPHAM. ioiateen. or any It. H. McL.lias and amy other party clalmlnc by, ,
This 27th dan of January '|*. Sired Poet Office nfoI. toll, .nd all athel or pnrsune grittteia or psrlsc hi* .If.. If .married through, under or taalnat **lddlaaolved military drill, firtt aid
0 */ CLAUDE DORMAN Orlando Florid, I. the claiming b)'. thrauh. under nra.aieot residence unknown. If llvlnr corporation and survival.DEAN The Board of Adjustment will meet at 4iOO p.m.
Executor of the Estate olEffl original Answer or pleadlnf In them and ..1par.. and If any of them be deceaaed: All percon natural or artificial
: Davis. Demised.Murray the office of tIe Curl 01 the time or psrnons; any having or cl.lm.I hen their unknown heirs dalaee having or claiming to have any Monday, March 2,1964, City Commission Room,
W. Overatreet Jr. Circuit Court on or before the title interest *, leiataaa, grante.a. or rlrht, till. or Interest In the OLIVER HOLDS
rlM, or
t!(JnoIJxlClltor: iith dar of February, 1114. If In'and any to Th* Innde hereinafterdeacrlbed creditors, reeldene unknewa land altuata !lnr and being PRO RODEO RECORD City Hall to hear the following:
lou fall I. do eo. a decree pro HondaS Carile Hroneon and -
P follow to-wlt In Oareola County Florid. via::
a* :
Klailmmee, Florida confeaa ..11b.* taken aaalnat Lot II of Section II. Town. ii Hronaen, 'his wife iS of the K > of the NWU of winningt 1. Request of Osceola Petroleum Productsfor
Jan 30 Feb t. U 10. 1 Min tOil for the relief demanded In .hip' II Houth, Rng II Eaat whose addraai I* Pleaaait Hill the PEts of Sec. I, T II S. A 21 Record of on-T.nt and
DATEU Complaint Klaalmme o.c.ol.1 and loSe I .t 15, II. II. II, II. ::: 1Iur'I.B: County, Florida. E. alao described. a*, 8M:14: of the for a pro rodeo season a Special Exception to construct operate
/ THECOUNTY at II. 17. 21 .It. 41, 41. 44. II, II and NWfi of the RICH: of Sic. 1. T la held by Dean Oliver Bola wholesale petrol um business in a
JUDOI COURT County, Florida, thla Und day of and II of I.ellon ID, Town '- Baa, hi. ..II.. If married U 5. H 21 E, Oaceola County, a

O9CEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA January 1114ULENN RAT. Clerk of the ahlp I* South, Ranre II Eaat.according : realdenc n'b.I If dense Ibis]: Florida.SH Idaho, tht**>tim* world champion B-3 (Commercial Business) District on the,
and If of them
Il j CASE NaBW1 to th* official platof any of the NEU of the SB:* of calf with 28,81
n IV RE ESTATE OF Circuit Court Oeceol the Memlnole Land and In. hen their unknown helre, d.vls.sin h-ee I. T II H, ft II K roper, following described property:
STANLEY A. DOWIAT. Deceased County, Florid. veatment Company (Incorporated I..t.... arantaaa, or eredl- N'4 of the NEU of the SEU of earned In 1960.GERTRUDE'S.
Ilyn/ Marjorie R. Hay, ) Subdivision of aldectlon ore. realdence unknown Sec I, T II 8 ft II K. Lots 12 thru 19 R. P. Robinson's Subd. of
Deputy Clerk.Circuit lUrellu bachelor, real ,
)OTlri or INTENTION: TO filed and recorded In Baaa. a NKH of th* NKU of Sejj ... I. T 51l
Court Seal) ence unknown. If living I ; and If II K, OeceoT* l'ount", Flor. avaIlable for Blocks B2 and Rob't. Bass Addition.
af Clerk th : Q7
MARK ArrUCATION FOB Feb II. 20. lit Mar I. 1144 th* office the of *. e be 4 crease!h. then his us.hnows l want ads

AU.FINAL WHOM UIHXHAROETO IT MAY CON. tIle I I. a public Invitation to Circuit. Hiete Court of of Florid Oeceola. In County. flat heirs. or.creditors.......... ieat..s.. Lot Land I to Inri v.Subdivision... of McKoy of hour your of newt day or or night 847-2883., any This is a Public Hearing and any interested prop

CERN Notice: U EurchM by bid uaed school HookB"and each. regis of II and hereby It. Mao. II E, Oaceol will be heard regarding the application.
hereby liven that I descrIbed ". You you are 'rank ('. Johnson aieo bsows County, Florida :OTUB TO (mcDITO: tla erty owner
have filed my final return u idmlnlttratrlx Isle Chopruiet Pus "J".t.XF notified that a mull In equity, 55 F. C. Johnson a b.cll.lor..Jdrfn"II. Lot 1* *f McKoy Land C..... fka ('_rt at She
of the eauxte of Stanley 1501, IdoSor HEAlliell nit t* quiet title ha. been unk'nVw'n.f' \ tiiiim' I i iubdlvlalon ot II. *. T I ..."? ......*. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTCITY
A. Dowlat.: daceaaedi that I have 1540 Ford RII.. ..rl.1 554?, N. hrnui5tt against yeta by It H. be : mcaae ed. then hi* I B'I R 35 K. Uaeeala (' FtarldaII
filed my netltlon I for dlitrlbullo Inn tlT.Ilt1 FRANK H1HON and MILDRED .. .. OF KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
link no. .Ir.. devlaee, lac* U. 12. 21 t* 21 Inclualv. ofhIcKoy NIC THE ESTATE OF
end for final dlarhari*, and that loll (' I'B.h: Serial IOT1 L: BIRON lois wife In th* circuit ..., trantaaa, or creditor, re*. 'Land Company Hubdlvl- LAURA CRUM i ,
on March 2nd IBM, I will apply to' 4111 Motor : Court of the Ninth Judicial denre unknown Ion of Ke.. 5, T la K R II B Daceaeed
the Honorable O P Johnaon, Huaea may be inapected at the Circuit In and for Otis County ofOereela. J. Foxworthy also knows Lou II t* II Inclualve of MoKoy To all Creditor. Lanteea.Dlatrlbuteea .
County Judas of Oaceola County Hue Barn located at the Mary and I Stale of Florida, and a* J. H. Fei worthy, a bachelor Land <: Bubdivleion of and all Pereonahavlna
Florid, for approval of said final Bryan Kohool Pita, you each ef you are herebv realdenc unknown, If lOin Sc. I. rir.l. II K. ; Claim or Demandear'lnat
relume and for an order of dlitrl. CONDITIONS OF SALEl: ,lummoned ordered and requlrel and It he be tfeceued, timeS hieunknow Ton will hereby take notice said Eatatei:
button and for final dlacharge aiadmlnlatratrlx 1. Sealed bid will b* publicly t. fli. ysen .rllt.n .a.w.r or heir, devlaee, malice. that the. Complainant ha tiled You and each .. yeu ar. hereby
of the ealate of Stanley opened at the County School ..f.n... 10 he ComplaInt fIl.d. ..."t...., or creditor, realdenc suit acalnal you In limo Circuit' notified aad required to preaent / /
A. Dowlat deceased Office, corner af Ernet and hereIn atainit yu .in. the mOtive. unknown Court In and for Oaceola County, aay claim which you, ar )
This 23nd: day of January, 1 M.. Thicker St*, Klaaimmee. at entitled cu>e, In the iffi.. ..fhe the heir, deviate., (ranttea and Florid t* quiet the title In (hmComplaInant .either you. may have afalnattb t///
JENNIE BUJWIT. MAdmlnlitratrlx 10 0. A.M., Tuesday, March t, Clerk of th* Circuit of the 1504. aid for Oeceoln Count Flor'd' Lati. also known a* M Rats, tuate In Uareola County. Florid. deceaaed, lat* ot Oacaola County,
Estate of Stanley A I. Tints of Sal*: CASH The. .it his" office In the Courthnne* eceaaed, (..rrl..d I abov Florida, to the County Judgo of
Dowlal. diseased purrhaatr to bind hImself tarhaaae Sn Klailmmee.1 Florida, on *r h,. (lartmde U Kata. the widow ofloaa You are hereby required I* Mid County at hi. office In th*
Ellli F. 0.0"1I.I..lmmoe. the color of th* cchoolbu fere the Ilk day *t March, 1114, Kali, roeiJesci unknown, file your deleaae I* the above Court Houee al JCJealTnme,
Florid tress National ,School Hue and t* some a copy ol nch an- II livIng, and If ski. be deceued, action with the Clerk ol tIn Florida, wltkla. air calendar
Attorney lor Admx Chrom Or.n..." war or defenie upon TIIII->..f hen .hoe unknown helm ...... abov etirled scent and I* eerve montk from time data af lbs
Jan 30. Feb a. u 30 IM4 I. Th. Hoard reeervea the rich and Thecaer, Plaintiffnltor- ice, I..t.... (rantaea. or eredlor a copy o< th* cam. upon. Brlnaon I I tint publication ef thla Notice..
ta relent any or all hide and scum herein, whoae *ddrea* I I. *, realdenc aaanown, and McWhlrter. h VernonStreet. Each claim ar demand ansi b*
NOtICE TO DtFKlTD : la *ucmj *nt. tb.Bnar4 re- Box Ii?. KI..,........ Florid.,. .. 5 t. N. Mats, reaidance unknown, KlMlmme. Florida. al. I Is welling asd must atat the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF sinned the right t. naotlata or before aald. dale'l'i.ivIred; if f lIvIng and If h* be d.csaa.d. ton.,. for Complainant, on or I pla0e of roald..01 at tka claimawem
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN direct eat*. b y law If you fall to da ... hen Ma unknown babcs. davlaa before the It day el MU('... 11'" act aad munt be ta by time
AND FOR COUNTY OF O8CEOLA 1 Purchaser t* assume full r*. 111'<'r.. fr. {"o.,.... will be lecatee. trantaaa or crdl Herein' fall not or a Decree ProOnfeeaa claimant I hi* agent ar .
ponalbllU for removing limo entered afalnat yin for the ,.. era, realdenc unknown. will be entered ttalnet the aame will become voMkecordler
STATE: OF FLORIDA IN. bus from school properly The 'e'' <...aade. In the Complaint i \t. D. Kat*. realdenc unkeowi.if to law.
CHANCERY KENNETH W. MY Board offer no guarantee at Wltnea my .hind a. Clerk ef llvlnr, and If h* be doe...... o'ir; WITNESS WHEREOF, I Thla lbs aba day ef February.
ERS PlaIntIff Defendant.VS. JUNA DAWN condition for the vehicle.. said ar.1t Court 01 0.1. I ken .hi* unknown heir, d..I.. kave hereunto eel my ..... tad "f..
ROY MYERS, NOT1C3 I THE BOARD OF PUBLIC l"U.I.Iorl.... I. lOtte' the 5th I.... learale, (ranteea, .r needle affixed nay official *..1 it Kla. / / Marraret Same TnackeeAdmlnletratrlt
TO DEFEND The State ot Florid ISIITRUI.'TION 0. utl\aOLA.: Say .1 Fbrnarp U.. Ult. Sore roaldenn vnknown, .mm**, Oacaola County. Florida, af tka Batata Of
to JUNA DAWN ROT MYERS COUNTY FLORIDA I./ GLENN 'ltty I Harlots Lead Coiaixay, a dieolved Ikl Itlk. day of February IMt Laura Cou m. decvaaed.Thacker .
::17 hl"Y'- Ludlniton lIp. 'mA', a. Stsphens, Secretary Clark .l the circuit Court Florid' Corporation and /./ ULENN RAT and ThaekarAltoraay
an hereby notified Fob. 55. n. Oot'oolo c..t", Fiori' tho unhnaws dirsct.ra .t (hi Clerk at the Circuit Court far AdmlauHrttrllkUealmmea
that a will In. equity for divorce IS TA [ml time af the diaeoKtlon. addrMunknown (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Florida
hu been brought atalnat yo by NOTl('. TO CIIKOITOIIS rkarker, and ThackerUlarney and tk. uakaewntruatea Brlaaon and McWklrterAttorney Fib, ..." Mar. 1-12. 1114
KENNETH W, MYERS la the Circuit la tee c auet .l tk* 4>uarv for Plaintiffs ot Marlola Land. Company for Complainant
Court 01 the Ninth Judicial Jud.*k Oaeteui l...." Florida IU..I..... Florida a .....1... Florida ear- II Veraaa Street NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Circuit I. and for Cisnty 01 Osce.ala. Me, IsIs _kob.. I. 12. I*. IT, IllS voratlon. address unknown, KlMImm, Florid la taa Front at
State 01 FlorIda. sad yes are IX as TtlSl KaTATN or Fred W Vanderaaol, Mr*. ErIe Feb. "." Mar. |.|2. 1144 Ik* 4ajaty Jada*.
hereby eummoned. ordrred and required TRE8.IB B. BALUINO H. Alia I *, formerly u Hi*I a. and Olaoicli.amy. rIsside
to file your wrttten answer i>*cadTa NOTICE 0. ITItNTION< TO F. B. Mask ar their II 55 TUB KUTATtl'or IBLIXA
or d.I_ to the Complaint. filed all Credltera, .....t..., BARR APPLICATION I FOR ........, a* the **r- FUKRaTEH f
herein Malnet you la the abase platrlb.leea. and all I'eraone UOI"HI CIvic member at tk. Board af IN THE rol'RT OF THE: 0.-..... ITa In Florida.
.ntltled muse. In the office of the kavlnr Claim or Dema a datalnat ('UItT OP THE Director af New HomaaaaaaLand COUNTY< JUDGE all Creditor. Leralea. Sv
Oerk of the Circuit Court In and aald Ealale ('UUNTY n'oolt, Company, a Florida ear- COLA COUNTY< FLORIDA Dutrlbutaee aad all Panan*
for Oareol County Florida, at Otis Tie and each *f you eec her. oecltOLA '' FLORIDA ration which. wan dlaelv4 .* IN ItII:; tonATIit OF bavin* laBia ae Demand r
by notified mad required I* ..,.. IN I'll:: rot''TYt: I: UP' ivember 12, III R J. SiMMONS' aralnel said Batata:
office la th Court How In KleImme
suet aav claim which you, or LEONARD MAT, The sale and anly llvlnr .heir* at .-.... lou and) earl af yau are ,_ beer is
Florida bator the2nd
t or naturalAfttgtbowlcd.
NOTICS or I'II.-INO PETITION: by nalllled aid required ta -
day of March AD I.... and either of yea, snap have aralnatIke Decseaed law at Harry A Hunter, <. peaeent a
eattte at TREllIS B. tfALU.INU IN PROsITICONCEKt eaamd. la-wit. Blancka H SammervllU. "A FINAL DISCHARGE OPLX any claIms which Poe ae ,
to MTV. a copy af Buck answer or. deeae4., tola at ClacMla WHOM IT MAY a elBfle. waman, reel El.'UTNI' either al yau. may have aralnatIba
drfanere upon Thither and Thackar. County, Flartda, I* the Ceunly ..... uaknawn, F. Fraaer Hal NOTICE IS MEREST GIVEN aatai af Bltaa FannIe ...
Plaintiff attorney herein Judr .( aid County at Otis ". "n GIVEN Cr. S Untie mu. raaidenc unknown. ha filed my ftaal return caaaM. late :' Uaaeala Cwuaty.FlarMa. t tame or twotwhcnyoore winding op"rfw
.. uhoa* ddree I* Boa til, Klaalaaana of fir* la the Court He..e. at 'f: ? M':: his flied be, WSilia* W, Hunter aadMarian a*.tJ.* :trii *f tke eetete at la 4>uaty lodge af the nninr" the ,rhood bowling center ie' miss
*. Fla.. oa or heIsts laid del. Klaamme. Florida, wltkla all SIsal repecs i. Admlsistrairln' Hunter Otis wife, rootdeae R J. ",...... deaed.ekart let I said Caunty at tola. ,," la th* .rood to
a* required by l.w. If you tell ** calendar ...."... tram tk* date .f II. Lut&Ie 0' L..iarg .. ..11...., and Bdlth ha,, flied .y Srtltlie fir fasldlatnlkstlas Court H.... at Klaalmmea. 5 irh friends sod compare scorn.What bner way to add to thesport
do to a Decree Fri Coareeeo will ef tk* first Bubllcatlaa of this. May denmanid; that '... .*.. Blanch P rung and HerWrt A. and fee VIsaS di.. Florida wltkla all ip.hiadatmostha and the tociablmnllhaa
4 : b catered aealnat foe tb. r*. March 12.IMa. trim Ik* date at tkaftrat with s refrohins; glow of beer
1; you Nolle Bach ftlalm or demand filed .tlt"'D tar final ',.. Sparlmr. aae .. reeMeacaunknawn. an that MI .
lie demanded In th* ComplaintWr"NE8S m at be In writing r".H. that abe will apply and If aay af them b* I will apply t* tk. Heaor.ab akltcallan af ShIn, Net.... However )roe take your 'ca-beer aha'", nuke s welcome
my hand a. dirt *fMM tat* th. place at a.-t t* lT.. Jekaaaa dead tke uakaewa kelra.devlaeaa a O. P. Jolson., C.uaiyJu'ip Bach elate ae demand maet b. .
: Clrvmlt Court of OeoU, eo... Ik* claimant and mist b* *wr* Caunty .I.... af Oacaala Cuua"ly. .... araaKea, aeeradliara at Oacaala Caunty. yWar- In wrttta* and mist noah taa adJitioa d2 pany.
FlorIda tho 1001 01 Mid to by the claimant hie Steal atattaraey FlorIda ae tka. raaiden ........, Ida lot aperaval at aM flesh place at ,.."' ._ at tko claimeat .
: cO.rtlaiy'iaVU7. :-- Ca' or th* cam will his March 114 for (ppravIt A. w. W. barber Traete sad return anC far a* aede at dlatrtkatwa I sad must a* wrm ta by tkaclalakanl. Your familiar rl*. of beer aJ.o. plcssurabU rcnundcr that
: :. semi veld aeeardlac to law. .... and toe final diackan a. _i hinder hla wiFe If aad far ......,.. a* hw areal ar attarwey, i. cm\ los .land
:D Tkle1 the. Seth day ot February, Admisiatralran .' t.. totlto *' married, ,..14...* ....._.. If Ee utr4t at limo senate .. R. J.Slauaea I ae tha earn will kmml veldaerardlaar dfl1dOm-and0batourrigtntnotnjoy
...y turk II Iff.. Leonard ,. May duoeaa.t 11.1... and If asS .! Ikeea ba daeaaeed.February. I tr--: Let and aW, af u t to desire, 's j jute one, but an important one,ol <
/IItho QNUIt tSfl, / Jacob A. BaldlnaAdnlnletrater Till :Hk day *f JaaaaryAdmlnlatratrll dead, tke. tkelr" anknawn heIrs It. 114 Tkfca ike *f February
Ososoil CowIt7.a&Eft flL C. T, A. 11... devlaeaa, I..t.... rranleaa arrredttaca. sIgned ...... ... $laamaa ..... K*. rjtTi-lfrTttJ<*nv
af the Catate at af tile Eetal .( residence ..11....., Baeeutrt ef tb* estate at R. J.SUmmaaa /*/ Curl Bmaaual Fc' tee
AND THA ta TREllis: K. BALDING, Leaaard a. May .-..... McKay Laad Cam pa ay, aaanatime .--... I Baacutar. at the Batata .f II Feonda
PtaI.urrPO. d-.... Itr'.... aad MeWklrter kaewa aa McOay L dComaaay. ..IUIL'". Keller I MItes: ....t.., deciaaed. _betr goes with fan with rtlmtioa
At trIr. 1(1oot_. BRINSUN AND MeWHIRTERAttarnay An.,..,.* al Law a dlaaelved FlaeHd :IIn..w. TH""II.H..CKER: IV' P\ortd. KiieI.e.Atlitney ATTORNEYS FOR BXBCVTOIlKUKIMMBE. : Warm n
,. .. 1.a. at Law Klaalmme Flaelda oorp.c'atOoa. mud (hi unh.05n A 1U luwtu ASOOATION. BC
Ja" 111" Klaalmm. Florida SI Bdaa May dlractar ii said aarvaeatMa alIk. far Executrix FLORIDA p.. Da __, ......
Feb. It. 2*. lit Mar. a, 1114 February .. It, 2*. It, 1544ii.v' tlnv ., dtaealutw aid the Pea I*. 21. Mar 5. It, 1144 F... t-n-Mar. I-It. lt.4

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FURNITURESewcllThurmond The Gazette, Kisaimnee, Florida Feb. M, Wi..Pag Seven tA, ... The volume of gasoKM sale .:
for blbw.1H In Florida

ill* W.M u..... ... last year was B ,......*hither(
Oro.r than In IMS, slightly above
the national averaM .......,
the Florida State Aamber ofCommerce

CALL. reported to Its
Weekly Buslnes Review Released
Park Furniture Co. yeetesday.Brabma .

bull fire were Introduced .
f'hMe $'- 17I Into pro rodeo eon
tests circa 1M1.

Dr. and Mr. Edward Mack land F. Macia of Fleming-ton -
rr an.
S Room and children Patricia and Joseph SHRIMPIn
Grouping N. J. are visiting their parent I
$288.50 of Grosse Point, Mlchl- *, Dr and Mr*. George FULL SCALE MODELS of five mi!=sic!! now operational are shown above as City w\:1! appear In an exhibit at the Klislmme A Bosket
ran are visiting Dr. Mack' Herkel on Bay Street Valley Livestock Show this week
2 pc. Early American mother, Mr*. Elmo B. Hedge Harry E. Jones (Ret) M- FREEZETTEDRIVEIN

Living Room Suite cock and Mr. Hedgecock at Sgt received tint place honor ,4i' u,4pfJ \ ./ LIVESTOCK MARKET I I
808 Lakeshore Drive in the art show held In I. SALES RETORTED
$169.50 Mr. and Mrs Roy Greenongh the Old Soldier Home, Washinrton > ,",. .,r

2 pe. French Provincial spent the weekend at D. C. recently Florida State Farm.n'M.rbt.e
GainesvUlo visiting Mr. and Mrs John Caldwell of HarorI.bure. A
Living Room Suite r GREEN'S FUEL
Mn. 1 today reported the
Byron $Ueman. Pa. I* visiting Mr.
tale of 4,841 cattle and calves
$239.95 John Cadet left Monday by and Mr*. Jo StanUn. ALM: aid SERVICB
and 2,270 hog and pig at
4 plane for Washington, D. C. Birthday congratulation are .
pee Bedroom Suite IS market during the past .Sac ""4T.eln '",04.nKI..JII
where be was called by the being sent this week to John 0 wash
Coleman death of his sister Mm Inei Croxton, Beth Doran, Essie
Re*. $229 Now $169 CadeL The funeral service war Dale, Bonnie Maklnson, Donald Gross.receipt amounted to For tee Delivery: Phase
$307.88]M from 12 market.
Lucas, Dick HmU wens MT.eeaM.
held at the Emanuel Reynolds Robert
SIRON'S FURNITURE Church at Washington.Mr. Episcopal. Allen Jr., Eddie Stewart, I... Sale reported for the weekending I A. *4T..aOKeenetk
King Overstreet, Heeren February T at K man .l.a...
855-5631. and Mrt., Al Drummondand Gladys keta included .,...
Orlando Bard Velhman Evelyn 5,802 cattle and ea "Io N./)
young ion Kevin are visiting
calves, 8,424 hog and
Al'i Lawson Ruth Vslhman In.* pigs, For Os* rvlcet Phea
5924 8. Orange Blossom Tr parents Mr and
two goat two mules two
Tyner Frank Clark Lena .....
Mn. C. C. Drummond on Car. A IS. Mf>eaSUWM
horses, and two sheepCALL
Hunt, Susanna Spencer, Davl- Alive
lOn Street AI, who U in tho
service and stationed at the da Nelson, A. E. Thompson, ...., .- ......
Clyde Nelson Francis Murray, GERTRUDE with IAe Wre.N MT....
Pentagon in Washington recently Jr. Canyon Calhoun Jam. new or want ads-.available H. N. Hell ..*..|.*t. .10 rlMoe .
Complete received a medal for Call 11-_..., ,
Hookwty, Bette Sprinkle Linda right and day Phone 8472883. M. Mae
driving one veer without anaccident Ross, Charles Schmidt, W. ..,......

GROVE Mrt. Ralph Cibbs, Mrs. R. J. K. Padgett, Mary Love, Stacey WORLD DAY OF PRAYER Klssimmee... highly tuc.uM! Sherman and daughter Karen Manning Cecile Ladue, Connie the service held at the First United Presbyterian\ Church. 1104 WM given to World I PHONE YOUR WANT AD to CGo 'Irae..._ .MT.eeir..
Franklin. Jets a Coed
SERVICE Best wishes to each Gertrude Urn
and Sally have returned to of Mission, through the offering. Those on the committee spearheading the local observance were any of day or aeesss
their home at Syracuse N. Y. you I.ft to right, Mr. Martha Marshall Mr*. Elsie Grtgsby, Mrs Donald Manning, Mrs, RachelKing 'night., Phone 847-8883.
after visiting their parents CAMPMEETING Mr. Agnes Brinson, Mrs Curtis Sewell, Mrs J. II. Patterson, Mrs. Earl Clark Dr I
Mr. and Mr*. Archie Roe 1702 SCHEDULED HERE Olive Fish, Jlmmle Cox, Mr*. Dorr Van Etten, Mrs C, L, Yates, Rev Dorr Van Ellen Rev Carl PRESTIGE
Janet Street Beatty and Fr. Wendell Hainlln. Rev, C. IL Eiland and Mill Louis Thomason'were not pictured

of Melbourne and Mr., and Mr*. The third annual Aldersgate (Photo by Eby) HOMES

Mr. and Mr*. A. U Beeman Campmeetlng will be held In i lll
Sunday guest of Mr. and Klssimmee, Feb. t7-March 8. .i t"'JU .'J rii nUILT

G. Beeman of Syracuse were There will be two evangel. FOR YOU
G.M.HUGHEY. Mr*. Archie Roe. ists speaking In the services.
Mr*. Roe la much improved Coming to Aldersgate for the By ,__._ _
after a lengthy Illness. first time will be the ReverendJ T1'i.b
Alton Herkel R. N.and wife Harold Loman, of Baltimore .
GROVE SERVICE A of Collins, N. Y. and Mr*. Car.Bortorios Maryland. Reverend Lo George L. ReynoldsFor

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Kowboys Face Lyman, Bulldogs in Tourney This Week

I Kissimmee LosesIn 'l St Cloud Wins AU ConferenceJim

Second Game "
I 1'' Eustis
Flanagan, the Kow.
I Of TournamentThe Central CatholicThe boys' high point man was
included in the All Confer

I Kcwbojr of Oseaol epee selections announced
I High School mMt Ljrman Friday St Cloud high school at the conclusion ef the Or
i n'eht' In the final ram oft I 1 .y Bulldogs pointed toward their ang Belt Tournament In
saaaon after dropping out conference tournament this Leesburg Saturday
I of the Orange Belt Continua afternoon after Friday and Flanagan had scored 148
i Tournament last Friday with j Saturday victories over Hustle point up to the tart of
Page Elght-Tht Gasette, Kissimmee, Florida, Feb. 20, 1964 a loss to Apopk E4 to 16. Ear. and Central Catholic of Mel. the tournament last week.
I Her they bad won over Wildwood bourne. Others on the All Con.
i I wif In the flnt bracket of In the Friday game the St. ferenc double quintet In.
the tourntr, 61 to &6. Cloud team exemplified a elude Doug Parlin and Bob r
Next Thursday the team will "fin team effort" accordingto Derfuss of DeLand, Bill r I
meet St. Leo Academy in the Coach Oglesby, making a Tolson and Don Smith of .
first ram of the Group Tour.lI.m.nt high percentage of the attempted Lyman Bill Sheppard and
to be held at Lrmanschool. goals, Ryder coming Sure Sabado of Apopka,
out with 75%. Crowe account Charles Arrington of
1 In the Wildwood rm ed for 28 point, Ryder, 17. Winter Garden, Tommy
Thursday the Kowbojn scored Final score was 69 for the Thompson of WUdwood,
} easily In the second and third Bulldogs, 57 for Eustis. and Richard Swarts of
quarter and were able to Field goals, free throw and Leesburg.
stare off a scoring rally by iiij\1\ total point wire as follows) Kissimmee's Bob Msgna.

the Wildcat In the final Williams\ ..............._... 6 S 12 ghl received an honorable '.
quarter Simmons .................... 124Bass mention.
Plavsrt, field gals\ free ............................ B 1 11
K fO throws and total points In Crow ............ ........... 10 B 25
elude t tBlerini Ryder ........................ 8 117 heap art apparently the teams
Flanacan e I 10 3 28 7 Total ......................... 29 11 69 that must be beaten. The tournament
Marnaghl I B 7 I Score by quarters will be played in Cler-
St. Cloud .... 15 11 22 2l- 1l mont. .
J f Land 4 1 9 Eustls ......... 10 17 17 IS-57 ,
Starling 8 4 10
aw \
Totals In the Saturday game In the '
Cow Palace the Melbourne MUFFLIRSmd
Score by quarters
Kiiilramet 10 IS 19 19-41 7 team trailed throughput but
Wildwood 13 8 II 2 -*8 Ewser: failed fa a supreme lastquarter TAIL PIPES
effort the
5 to outpoint
For the first throe minutesFriday
night the Xowboyicouldn't 4 Bulldogs. Score was 69 to 49. Smitty's American OilBROASTED
Field goals, free throws and
mil a basket and AI TNiNeorpNo ,
r.rJIM eouldnt make total points were as follows: nNTIII
FLANAGAN (left) Up the ball for the Cowboys during the Kowbojr made 18 points onei -4: Williams\ ...................... 6 4 16
the Orange Belt Conference tournament In Lu.burJu' week before their opponent scored. jJ Young .......................... 000
end.! (Leeiburg Commercial photo) But once the spell was broken, Wright ....................... 000
the Blue Darter steadily Germany ..............._.0 0 0
gained the upper hand. The JACK LORD whose "Stonty Burke" I I. a popular TV character, I* shown above with Gail Simmons .................... 124 CHICKEN ;
Track Season Opens next day Apopka lost the English and Kathy Schleld, Kisslmmes teen-agers who Interviewed the actor In a Tampa hotel Bass .......................... 8 2 12
championship to the conference during his Uy for the Florida State Fair last week. Also pictured Is Annette, Kathy' Tyson .................,........ 000 FREEZETTE t.
leading DeLand fire.Playen younger sister, who accompanied them on the trip to Tampa. Photograph was napped by Mrs. Crowe ....................... 10 4 24Heaberlin DRIVE-IN
....... .... ...... t .
Track season I. just around track field.Currently. f hid I goal, free Margaret Schleld of Kissimmee.Kissimmee. 000
Hyder .. ,.... .4 018
the corner and Osceola High throw and total point Include --
School has started Its workout Terry McQuillan on the team, Jimmy ores t Duley ...............?........' 000

for the season which begin Dodd, Jose Jardln, James Blevln I. a Find Totals 281166 I"I I
March 19th with a meet Thelsls, Walter Kitchen, Gary Flanagan 6 8 18 Teen-Agers Score by quarters ,
flames Magnaghl 4 X 10 St Cloud .... 13 19 16 21C. 8 t1
against ,
City Wood, Jim Cram, Eddie Duke, t1I
Land 1 1 8 Catholic .. 14 < 7 22-49 NOW
Coaching the squad will be Bill Hanklns, Ralph Ward, '\
Coach Henry, Skipper Moon and Steve Yow. Score by quarter i 'Stoney Burke' Very ExcitingInterviewing The Bulldogs are tied for .a
The coach said the team ell.' Starling 0 I I third place in conference CRUMPTONBUILDERS
nay have only field events If Also on the team aces Bill! Kiulmmet II. 6 IS-88 standings with Eustls but
more students don't turn out Ward Fat Sullivan, Robert Apopka IS IS 8 1T-84 a celebritywas ship locker were filled with tact him on Thursday. Mount Dora with two losses ;i
for the team. Murry, David Yowell, VtraonHendenon an unusual experience for artists' supplies and the enchanting Hell make personal appearances and Tavares at the top of the
No track meets will be held Joel Harblnson, two Osceola High School ports of call served at sight or 10 big rodeos keve Mveraf ..,..... ** ,;..1
at horn due to the lack of a Gene Role and Butch Har- bard. freshmen last week. How they him well. Some of bis paintIng this year, but his contract provides Iemei le the. IMthadditions :'
I Track meet are scheduled obtained the Interview Is a bang in the Metropolitan be can drop the tour to ,d dwee
for Heine City, March 19 story In itself. Kathy Shield Is Museum of Art In New York make a movie. Hell go to In "Stoney Burks" on TV -
Leeiburg, March 211 Lake-; a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. City, Lake Charles, then Shreveportand Wt'll be watching for him
GIRL FRIDAY WANTED-Shorthind and view, March SO; St.) Cloud, Preston Schield and Gail En. The switch to acting, he belitres then Colorado on the rodeo Sundays at 10 pra., and on or repairs to
April II) the Orange Belt gllsh Is the daughter of Mr. was "guided by divine circuit and ha has plans Tuesday night of this week we
Typing essential Bookkeeping knowledge dednd. Conference meet, April 22; the and Mrs. Dan English. Here I I. hand", H. wu called to Washington for a movie later on in the plan to aee him as a guest your own home F
Neat and district meet, May 2 and the their story as told to The Case to do art work on alIaman' yean HI last movie was "Dr. star on "Greatest Show 011Eartb"
appearance pleasant personality u job "
state track meet, May 9. tie.i military training No. For more Information call
requires meeting the public Fir day week. By KATHY SHIELD manual. "After that was don W* showed him postcards of Through the entire interview
and GAIL ENGLISH they asked If I would like to our Brahman bulls and the we couldn't think of him Jack Brown 422-8631
Salary baaed oa ability Send resume' of experience
School OutEarly W* decided to try to get an do a part In a maritime training Silver Spurs quadrille. H. remembered a* a celebrity He was easy to Orlando
age and education to P. 0. Box: 43, Kia.lm. Interview with Jack Lord movie." That' how hi* Brahmans stopping talk to and we thoroughly enjoyed or

nee. the "Stoll" Burke" of televl- acting career got started, but traffic in thebuaytreeta. of our twenty minutes with. ..p.601Uampq.
: Bombay, Him.
forRodeo lion wben vie' noticed a even with talent the way to .
poster-In Persons' store advertising success a* a leading man was I -- -- -- .
his personal appearanceIn a long trail of preparation,
connection with the rodeo constant study and rehearsal
held at the Florida State Fair. and perpetual hope He ia a

School will be dismissed Our parent made it possible man of many accomplishment I
for ua to attend the fair on *-a photographer whose
698 Interior HoiLatexwith early on Friday, February 21, .
layouts have appeared In
to that children might attend Thursday but to our great disappointment
e the Rodeo In the afternoon. the rodeo wasnot many national msgsslnes, anda
every 2 gallon purchased School ,,1111.t out at 1:80: p.m. being presented that d.,. writer who does a great
The grandstand ticket-seiler deal of writing for his TV
and buns will run at that Urn Drum plans come
I Instead of the usual t.&O: dli- said he didn't know whir Mr. show
mliial time. Lord could be located, but halfan W* brought the subject
PAN and ROLLER SET. 69c Pot art work last week each hour and a policeman or back to horses. He likes Mor true In these -
i child In Mn. Pat Redgrave' two later, we decided to try fans because they are steady,
One to customer please This offer expire level four room was given asal calling the principal hotels. but on his California ranch he
Saturday, February 29 of even circle of various Finally we located him at has a quarter horse, a cutting IENEIAL $ ELECTRIC
lie*. They cut out, arrangedand the Sheraton but four differ hone, and a parade palominowith G-E
BUY ONE GALLON GET ONE FREE the circle In various ant calls produced only the petoxided mane and tall, '

II Mary Carter Paint Store dnigne on paper. Some of Information that ho was"out" the latter almost long enoughto BUILTINKITCHENS ..Bullt.ln
the picture turned out to bea touch the ground. Special Ranges
horn of plenty, tornadoes, A* a last resort on the way safety shoes are used when
9 Broadway planet*, Smokey the Bear, bal through Tampa coming home, his parade horse appears in '
loon, and a funny family. w* topped at the Sheraton such events as the Tournament .
!, OAT) ALL SEPTIC TANK Two girl mad Peep Box** and asked at the desk for Mr. of Roses. Some day he h
to illustrate their library Lord. The manager intercededand hopes to have a horse-breed
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS book. Mr. Redgrave' clue In a moment we were on ing farm and Introduce Mor.
Effective April 1,1964 this Department will adopt brought In loll samples and the house phone talking with , the Weit \

I the Septic Tank lire for all installation as follows: looked some under the micro "Storey He couldn't Burke"see. us then due eonversstlonallit Mr Lord I I. ,a he's very good good :

2 BEDROOMS 7dO Gal. Flnt year boy and girl to the lateness of the hour, looking, and he I. "really
3 BEDROOMS 900 Gal. In Mr*. George Y. Bait, Jr.'* but he asked If w* could comeback great", His personality Is
clas visited the Post Office. to the rodeo on Friday or .
warm he showed a
4 BEDROOMS genuine
1000 Gal. Mr Shephard showed them Saturday He lent down some Interest In Xlsslmmee.
250 gallons for each additional bedroom around. Some children told biographical material along Ho told us he likes to see PARKS FURNITURE CO.
where they lived and he with a photograph and his
It it requested that all septic tank companies measure them boxes where their young people with ambition

their septic tanks to insure accuracy and make mall was pat before the mailman autograph.On Saturday about noon w* didn't and determination.tell him how But we KISSIMMEE We are GE Dealer for' ST.CLOUD

corrections where necessary. .homes.delivered it to their were back In the Sheraton time* we had been told h*many wa."out" 847.4171 Contractor Osceola. County 892-2011
They taw boxee
Drainfield requirements will be prescribed for each Post Office where at the hoping for an Interview and when w* tried to eon.
people come Mr. Lord
promised to see us
Installation according to soil condition to get their mall They found between 1 and 120. Wa had I
Minimum requirements will be 70 square feet per Mn. Bast' box but it was lunch and came back to the
bedroom. empty.Truly. hotel to wait
FLEM c, DAMO, JR. the most Interesting At 1:05: the hotel paged us
Director of Sanitation part of the entire trip war with Instructions to go to Mr.
seeing the "big hole" nest to
Osceola County Health Dept. the Post Office. Mr. Atree In. Lord' room. W* were carefully
trying to collect our
vtted the class to
return before
thought and remember the
school wa out and
WE HAVE MOVEDFOR the new. Post Office: addition. questions After all,w* wanted had told to ask.him
; ) Mr. Ac... also aid that he w*
I us
this Interview
wished more classes would visIt was to be forTh
THI CONVENIENCES the Post Office. Kissimmee Gazette and
Mrs. Jean Donahue has our school\ paperl
active music an Wt uked If ho had had experiene .
S program going
on In her level one through with horses before
YOU OUR VALUED nine el....... The students are the TV eerie. He replied that
I CUSTOMERS 'working en musk skills. They although\ he war raised la
know the cleff signs and how New York City the family
U make whole, half and qll.... farm SO mile up the Hudson .
Our New Office) la Located at ter notes. war a wonderful place In the

Aa Interesting ecltnce pro. summer. "Grandfather used to
gram has been going oa la the pick me up by the scruff of
MAIN and VINE : the :, love! five room of Mrs. Peggy my neck and" put me on the If you're after a car with some life' to It, there's only one thing to do. Be my guest.
Bradbury. The boys and girls plow recalled. .
I have bees studying heat and So far u his riding In the I'm easy to find, you know. Just look for me at your Buick dealer's! during his Sports Car Rally. While you
its effecta. Experiment with Stoney Burke TV series Is walt for me, you can drive one of his spOrt models-o WiId: tt. maybe or a Sk lorl Or even a Riviera. In
SAMI PHONl SAMI PEOPLE heat have been conducted, T* concerned, Lord doe ".u that fad, you can drive all three. Thot' what the 8ulck Sports Car Rally Is all aboUt. IWhat a to
847-3941 TO SfftVI YOU show bow heat could change the Insurance company will let New Yearb If t don't show up you can talk price. That' even more pleasant than way start a
corwersation with
aa object the used ..." He pointed out that he 1s bonds me.
group their You'U sea Once you got your on a Bukk you won' miss me a bit Really
1 edence books aa a guide and insured for Sl.000.000 and, the
OSCfOLA PETROLEUM CO. INC popped pop corn according to Insurance company! would also
the suggested aperimenBy have to continue the payroll
I working la groups of for a crew of 110 if anything J
.. five, each child war able to happened to him. So he uses ,
and we have toss part In the pep. "ubl..1 the 4aagre
ping! --. At Oe end of paw
j ". t"T I still give) the tdenco leeeon, we aU had Did ho always empire U boaa

.' TOP fun experiment.attUne down and eatingour actor la No' bin education\ Set JW Q.s1tMid! Drkrer OMIt.,asd Tadele. .i boar tor to yea .
waa sad
Horny Delivery c art, ail a youngster ;
ALUI Wayne Turner la th.* new from ago 14 he sent
Fuel OH, student laM sixth grad of many of hit summers aa aa ROONEY PONTIAC BUICK INC.
STAMPS[ Oft may puataueelr Mr. Sadie ...... Be .... able seaman la th* Merchant 10 IMMm STREET ,
from Ft Pierce. saariae. Hit sea bag and his KISSIMMH, nORmA


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A'alussjurnirnee gazetteFirst' ;


Annual Rodeo Supplement FEBRUARY 20, 1964 Price One Wooden Nickel

Osceola Looking for 50,000 During

Weekend of Stock Show and RodeoCows

'Ten, well be looking for M.MO kit well b* nappy to kav U.WOt

CowsEverywhere 50,000 Maybe,

; r 10,000 Likely

Gophers Too? For WeekendThousands

The parade of championswill w will lint Klsslm-
be Saturday at 1 p.m. in mee's sidewalks Saturday for I '
the snow ring of the Klsslm- the semi-annual Silver Spun ,
mee Livestock Show markingan Rodeo. Parade.
end to competition that began Featured Attractions will be
Wednesday afternoon.One the famous Anhsuser-Busch
hundred eighty three Champion Clydesdale h I r a e
entries, representing 1] Floe team and the Victor Comp
ida herds were entered In the tometer Corporation Six Pony
showing, with the Brahman Hitch.
classes for 1964 open to the In addition to the horse
world. Other classes were opened teams, crowds will so* Klsslmms .
to broaden from within and City Cloud Officials,
the State of Florida.Premiums a marching unit of the Tampa
in individual Boy Scouts, Winter Park's
classes will be $25 for flnt Baton Corps and marching
place, $16 for second place and bands from Clermont, Osceola
$10 for third place. In additionto and Kltilmm High Schooli.
the moneys posted by the Also Included In the schedule
show the American Brahman ed line up will be the Twirl-
Breeden' Association will sties from Haines City and
supplement by fifty percentthe Davenport, the marching units
premiums offered In the Clf the Girl Scouts of Klaslm-
Brahmin classes and the Santa nee, Klitlmmee Cow Bells,
Gertrudls Breeders International the elementary School Baton
will supplement by $260 Corps and the Hodala Baton
the premiums for that breed. Twirling unit.
Wednesday night, started offa Alto planned but not entered .
chain of three contests with at preai time are downs of
the Gopher Derby, followed by floats from local businesses.
the baby show on Thursday This afternoon at I:SO! the
evening and the children pet second showing of the thirty
show last evening. Winners third Silver Spur Semi-annual
were not available at press rodeo will begin with the grand
time. entry and parade of state

Farm machinery, trucks f1a,a.
can, campers and trailers are Following the Introductionof
still on display. Also given Officials and Guests Clem
special billing are the mobile McSpadden, the CUremore,
displays of the Florida Development Okla., announcer will begin the
Commission exhibitsby role-call of svents starting
the Florida Citrus Commission J with the Vktor-81 Pony
the United States Navy, p Hitch, a miniature team of
civilian Defense, and an antique 4 hones pulling a fire engine
aeroplane from the copied after the model now In
Rhlnebeck Aerodrome of Kis- BEAUTIFUL JAN WARVEL-.hewn In her liberty leap (without saddle or bridle) over a the Smithsonian Institute In
simmee. parked eutomob '.,one of a number of breath-taking events In the "Area Kachlnas act Wsshlngton.
The new midway area in booked as a feature of the IM4 Silver Spun Rodeo. Three trick riders with three Roman With the fire engine belch.
back of the agricultural buildIng teams and gorgeous costumes make the act one of the big names In the businsts.1 Home base Ing smoke and clanging It's
is occupied by Sheldon Is Creenfork Indiana, but the troupe Is in winter quarters at Weatherford, Teias. bell, the dapper animals
Amusements Enterprises. scamper through tloverleafs

It Began With a Little Dance; and The figure team eight has performed patterns. asa

How to Judge specialty act at msay rodeos .
horse shows, and fairs

Americans are inveterate Then They Tried to be Fancy throughout the ..ltIon.The .
second guessers. They flnt contest, the cow
boys' Bareback Drone Riding
stoutly defend their Inalienable
(tat section), will begin when
right to dispute the BT SANDRA 8TRA17B It was 1941, when a group of Miami's Orange BowL the ponies leave the anna
decisions of baseball empires about eighteen youthful Osca.oUns During World War II the
The Silver Spun story ls a Hilt will be the featured
or, for that matter, together, mostly because Spun did charity work forth
story of town folks a a d event of the afternoon and the
officials of
the any sports country folks working together they wen friends with War Bond campaigns, event which led the rodeo In.
contest We figure the ancient something In common, their crippled children support Rad
ef Florida's most successful to existence and to fame-We
American sport of rodeo love of horses. The do- Cross Army Emergency Relief
group Silver
rodeo of a countrypicturesque Quadrille en
is no exception. On the with cattle land, tided to rid together as a club A* *n aid to th war effort, horseback. This square dane
Inside pages are what cowboy promoting good horsemanship tile Spun put on a display of
lakes, prairies dotted with cypress ing en horseback will be followed
judges base their decisions a. well as good fellowship. horsemanship In early 1""
swamps of a "cow- by the second. sectionof
on In one of rodeo'sfive town-Klsslmm**, the bisterI They would often ride horse.back Admission was a receipt forth the bareback Brant Riding.
standard events. Cow Capitol of Florida and te the meetings for pie purchase of a War Bond. The Arena Kachlnat Roman
birthplace and present headquarters nicking,. barbecues, square An estimated thousand people standing and jumping teams
of the Florida Cattle dancing and contest In horsemanahip. attended, Including many from from Weathorfortf. Texas will
MONTANA BRONC men's Association. Orlando who attended despite entertain the crowd before and
RETIRED 33 It was from the square dan*. gasoline rationing. after
Oaccola County baa some *C the (mil riding calf rep.
the bareback Florida's finest natural .. Ing that the Idea grew to try This show marled the 4dU Ing and saddle broom riding
bronc owned 'by Oral Zumwalt, log lands, piney woods and oak It on horseback and s* cstlon of the flnt Silver Spun contest
Missoula Mont., who bucked hammocks, their heads bowed, they did. "Lead your lady cross arena In a cw posters S mile following the second appearance
for 17 yean In pn rode con their arms draped In Spanish the hall; tile old cow kicked eat *f Kleslmme Th compact of the Arena Kachin-
tests was retired this springat mot*. little wonder tile early the yearling bawled" the taller but thoroughly practical as (Arena Dolts) will be the
U years old. ploneen drove their cattle crUe and away they go, rodeo plant was built .by th* bullfighter and clown (Charlie
Saddle Md U pre rod..'. ken from Georgia and Northern galloping late quick-thinking members In their spar U... Brtver .f Archer, Tesaa and
brone riding event most be Florid and stared. maneuvers then tote a figure The girls stripped bark tress Dick Boiling also of Teiaa.
eight when the hone pM cypress poke wall the boys
made te specifications approved These pioneer brought the The Budweiatr Clydesdale
by the Rode Cowboys of tile outdoors ad their between In a death-defying put them U placer. making eight Hone Team will be seen
Association failure to comply I spirit like them, loaned U lost *f expert horsemanshipthat some of the smoothest and after Ue Ball Riding/ Contest
with this rule may reMIt Indiaqualifkation. love this beautiful aad .... sine. ha thrilled crowd strongest live stock handling (see. .d sortie and the Ow.
some ..... a* far a* Georgia'" te Continued. en page few) ,.' VnlUoggiag ...tilt.MAIL .


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I Tenderfoots Better Not Try Steer Wrestling !

Wait for Tf rr "
hone and make another run.
SocializedMedicine He cant take
i I. more than one
step on foot to catch a steer
., he's lost
f ,"
"HonllhannlBg Jumping on
i On of the most Important & (11 a steer from the saddle In
S thing bout judging a rodeo //1 ... such a way as to knock It
8 li knowing all the rules about down, Is Illegal and If the
11 the event Rodeo, like other judge feel a contestant docs
iI sports, has IU share of un. it intentionally, the cowboy
.r forieen event that require a } can be disqualified.
:: huddle of official on the field. -1 Stopping the steer and then
Steer wrestling, for example throwing it must be two distinct .
t3 can be pretty routine. The movements. Should the
.I dogger rides after the steer contestant down the critter
from behind the barrier M in f before it Is brought to a full
calf roping. He has a hater e, stop, the field judge will not
who rides on the other side of flag time until the steer Is let
the steer to keep it running up and thrown properly.Also .
straight. The bulldogger, as outlawed Is tike prsc
l he's called by the cowboys, yo tic, of "pegging" sticking
drops out of the saddle onto a horn Into the ground to gain
the horns, brakes the steer to leverage.But .
a stop by digging In with his the most crucial decision !-
boot heels, then twists him the steer wrestling judge
down. It' a timed event and TEAMWORK let Chuck Sheppard of Fresco, ArIL, make a smooth catch of hi. quarry In mutt make and the one he
the quickest time wins. professional rodeo's steer wreeitllng event Course held straight by the hater, Ross Dollar. facet most often Is calling
Nothing difficult about hide, of Lakevlew, Ore, the jump to the racing steer's horns I* arrow true. time on the fall The field
judging an event like that. judge drops his flag only I
But what happen If the cow. Now let' see. Where's the steer on hi* jump like the the "dogger mutt reply at when! the steer I II flat on Its
boy misses the steer all to rule book calf roper he get another once". side with all four feet straight
getherT Or If the steer get The rules say the steer, chance. Th rule require the To get another jump, the and free, pointing the same
out of the arena? Or If the once he' crossed the More field Judge to ask him and cowboy must re-mount his way as it* head.
dogger lose his grip andtakes line, belongs to the contestant
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out after the escaping regardless of what happens.If --- -----------------------
steer on foot the dogger misses the I iI iI

I t Missiles vs. Cattle: I I

1 coov p
A Navy missile exhibit,fea. fleet. Terrier a* the primary II II
turing full-scale model of armament on certain cruisers,
five missiles now operational aircraft carriers, and destroyers .
within the fleet, will'be on dia- while the Tartar Is deployed I
play Feb. 19 to 23 at the KIs. aboard smaller combat =- 1t
simmer Valley l Livestock ant ship and as secondary a1 I
Show. armament on larger vessel
Displayed In this exhibit are The all-weather Sparrow III I
the Terrier BT8 and the Tartar I II designed for use on the F4B
surface-to-air missile, the Interceptor aircraft The Side- A., I
Sparrow III and the Sidewinder winder was built to destroy IS
air-to-air missiles, and the hlrh altitude enemy aircraft 1
Bullpup B air-to-air missile. Bitllpup I* a tactical air-to- 1 w. I
Both Terrier and Tartar an surface weapon guided by the 1
now In use aboad ship of the pilot, manufactured by Martin. I


KISSIMMEE VALLEY I cnw/uuglrs Comments i iantnwJ ie


r -- : i /ci tickin9tut I.
I FEB. 19-23 I :J

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.EducationalExhlblts State and National Wo he-/flLlIIlitIdf (

I Commercial FREE PRIZE DRAWING IHL te. 1 1W1Ievell
Game and Agric. 1 1 i/i'wws
l ,prouJi i
Exhibits 1 1 > 1 1uuie

/ DemonstrationsAgricultural Equip. /1 1 / f/ir m1IA an u'F

I i Fv ya t mluzl' db u4td V i/3 wI tJ4Uf 1 i

Art, Ceramic, Flower THURS EAST SHOW 1 show wee"
1 Hobby, Craft Displays fib.OfIDHNS. rn SHOWS 1i 1 we #fe hvpe* utiwjwswie I

; viuTaxi mil 1
I help
Florida's Outstanding -- t. tlIUfwal4we 1

Gloss Hewers and. Artists. 1i
I 1 "!Jt-. Ef'll/ lUfIl1WtJE'IlJi f! rptllJUll01I.I 1

ON EXHIBITION EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION ; itte ltn an Wetl itats.Uild. i

1 VICTOR PONIES DON MASTERS 1 1 !uru? 6epuIi Iwve'lll leave 1

Rhlnebeck Aerodome MAGICIANEXTRORDINAIRE utwe. 1


Rout 441 Between IQuIfflfflt and St. Cloud 1 .

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1 it StartedSpurs I 1 1 A burglar found a lady J

ParadedAll 1 j :

Over the i in her bath 1

State covered' :
w f 1 and

(Continued from page 1)
her with
pens In the Ute. Through a 1
non-profit corporation earnings j
have been used for charity 1 his guns!
purposes,and have also been 1 ..
plowed back into their rodeo 1 po
plant. now a highly modern 1 Ig
structure with over 7600 seats
under ihelter. That word cover has a lot of dif ...
On July 4, 1944, cam the
First Silver Spun Rodeo ferent meanings. In our business 1
with a response of to great thatthouaandi JULIE NEWMAR. of LJ1 Abner movie fame, signs autographs 1 it means a cover of protection 1
spectators were during the CP telethon last weekend. Bill Hammond, Oaceola
disappointed In being unable county chairman, said $70886 In contributions was handled 1 In case of accident, fire or other i
not only to find a seat, but to through the First Federal Savings and Loan Association, which 1 ; I
find The 1 catastrophies .
even standing room. maintained telephone operators throughout the 18 hour show.A i
Spur stag Club another vowed big show never with-to total $64,000 was raised by the annual event RECOVER FASTER WITH OUR COVERAGE. 1 i

out adequate seating facilities. .
Through the years the Spurs 1
hive participated In paradesin 1
other communities, have 1 1
helped start other riding clubs MANN & FRAKES, INC. :
given benefit performances,
and private shows for conventions
and have given Osceola 1
County six days of Mooing a 1 Phone 847.2841 102 Broadway 1

year, three days this year ..a n.-ma-me mm sae am mm mes use cease mm eem_.. ,
February 21-23 and three mss-ms me-- me r mm-- Cie ar 87f1 -- \
more in July 3-6. The winter \
rodeo Is held In conjunction ti The Seven of Woman I
with the Kiiilmmee Valley \ t H.tYM 1 Stages
Livestock show thus offeringa
double treat for those attend 1 1

ing.All of the success of the 1 1. The Infant a 1

Spurs is certainly due to its 1 1
dedicated members and Is truly 2. The Girl
unique' that a group of peoplecan
be found who think so 3. The 1\1188
SANDRA STRAUS AND GARY STRAUB figure Importantly 1 1
much of their community and
their club to work for nothing In activities of the Silver Spurs this year. The accompanying 1 .... The Young Woman 1i
story was written by Mrs. Straub for state wide publication.
In all kinds of weather to put
the show on. Gay Is Big Boss of the Silver Spurs, In "private life" Is an 5. The Young Woman i
employee of the Kiiilmmee post office.
The club has officers like i
any other club but the names 1 6. The Young Woman 1d
are different and perhaps a their own stock with the result fords them in knowing other
bit more descriptive "Big that the cowboys participating civic-minded citizens from the 7. The Young Woman
Boss". "Little Boss,* "Roundup get a real workout whole county-members of the
Boss," 'Straw Boss" some of the "Rankest" bulls cattle ranching families and of t
and an "Old Bo..,.' Eighteen haven't let themselves be rid- business families as well. 1 1i
committees, each vital to the den for years! This year, the Silver Spurs I} 1
success of the rodeo, give each Spur members are proud of celebrates Its 14th birthday asa And we intend to keep It
member an opportunity to more, members take pride la club. It has come a long way 1 1
share In the overall Job. their club, what It has done from dream In a cow pastureto that way- 1
Concession stands are set up and what It Is doing. Still one of the South's largest 1
and operated by Spurs memo the opportunity their club af- rodeos.
bers who pat out the hamburgers with our complete stock of II'
fry and sell them
The men do the building and Silver Spurs Schedules BEAUTY AIDS and COSMETICS 1i
repair work plus the stock,
brand them and try out new I
steers,which according to RCA Tourist Day TomorrowThe i
regulations a steer has to be Broadway Pharmacy I
tried once before contestant) I
does. Particularly of InterestIs Silver Spurs Riding Day, trophy, and the
the fact that the Spurs own Club baa designated tomorrowas call Gordon Dawson at perade'l 127 Broadway 8173253. I
Tourist Day at Silver Spurs Cloud Chamber of
stnitilm ------- -we-are ma m.sus .
Rodeo. The trophy, Winged sae mm use me tees-ma se r mm mr isall itslMs knfi-ass mr--see r sr mr.i-
Victory, will be presented to 1
s the state club having the largest 1 1
number of persons presentat
p the rodeo Friday.
Reserved seat tickets will be
<<1 given to the president and vice ,
7A president of Union Tourist 1 1
Club, SI Cloud. The same procedure
AI. will be accorded to All-
States Tourist Club of Kiasimme 1
I 7
North Carolina
The Winged Victory trophyIs
FRIED a first-time presentation to
the tourist clubs.
Ernest Brown, chairman of
Co Out the 81 Cloud Silver Spun Rodeo Fence Wire end Posts
Parade, showed the trophy 1
at Tuesday night's meeting of 1 Gordon Supplies Annuals In Season Foods for All livestock

100 fit Cloud Union Tourist Club 1 Fertilizers WiSkorson Tools and Purina. Chows 1

The packed Community with men House and women was 1 Insecticides Rater Blades Sanitation Products 1

you Take to your the Rodeo.dinner French with Union.from almost every state In the 1 lawn and Gordon Seeds Water Troughs Custom MitbigCafiF. 1

fries,cole slaw, buttered Dawson said "This la going 1 Form Supplies Ortho Products Ross Bashes 1

to be Tourist Appreciation Day 1 Nursery Plants Staffs Fertilizers Farm and Cordon Tools 1i
st the Silver Sport Rodeo. All
answer the roll call of states
ef yon come toe the Rodeo and
and help your club win the i i

DINERW. The St. Cloud parade, Friday .
Feb. 21 at 10.00; aja, will
follow the usual rote, will be 1 1
.Vine Street as colorful as usual and b to (THI CHECKER lOAD STOW]
enjoyed by and .... 1 1Lammseememomesmmem
817-3433 For additional young Information 1017 NORTH MAIN Atrm from fwtrbo Siw*,s.f Gnaw M73561i944WsWh

an the Tourist Appreciation me_ea ses.meese-.m-mmrarses--

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Tie Up a Little Dogie I 1M' This Ain't

61i Sounds Easy, i-I NO BULL I 1I

:I But Try It

For Yourself! It's The Udder Kind!

ment In calf roping ha taken
J a lot of the guesswork out of T. G. Lee wants to pay tribute to the
this rodeo event But human
nature being what It I lap there / wetnurse of the human race. 1
till mint be judge to rule on
the close calls and make the 1 ,
f tough decisions.The Our cows give their best to the best

automatic equipment people in the'area-why not support
.I consists of a barrier, a device
that give the calf a predetermined their effort? '
1 head start: A rope U / 1
i cured across the box where '
i? the roper wait bjr a spring '..,. '.
latch. When the calf crosses i \ ,
l the acorellne marking the ,
head tart, It releases the bar.
rler. SETTING HIS LOOP on a fleet Brahman calf the roper prepare
If the roper rides throughIncerrermrrr to throw away the alack and dismount Already the 1 1
hone, In Immediate retponae to the cowboy1 subtle signal 1
son with the rope, I* Catherine his feet for the dime-died top.
RODEO TIME'S Carried In hla teeth U the eowboy pigging string, a short
length of rope hell ue to tie the leg of the roped calf. A i
THE RIGHT TIME rate: against time, calf roping depend on remarkable team T. G. LEE DAIRY II
work between the cowboy and his horc Shown U George

Richmond of Park City, Montana. W. A. Moon, Dist. 8474290m.rrrmsrrrssmrrrrrmememe ;

the barrier before It I* released him.The mrrrrrm
it break at a point rule prevent the calf --me mememe-mermemms
where It I* h.ld'b' light twine being thrown or jerked down 1
and the Judge, Inspecting the by the rope. Sometime In 1
twine after each roper, rule these furious race against 1 1
that he broke the barrier and the stop watch, it can't be
add a ten-second penalty to avoided. U It happen accidentally 1 1
his time. the cowboy must let 1 1
w Sound easy but it isn't. the calf up and throw him by
With hundred of dollar riding hand.
on the laving of a tenth Once dismounted the roper
of a second, the roper sometimes can approach the calf from 1 t
charge past the barrierthe the right or the left aide, 1 1
split second after It has ducking under the rope on the
been released but before the run if necessary. He can down
rope has fallen out of the the calf from the right tide
1 .raw by "flanking" It picking it 1 1
way.The twine might be broken up bodily and setting It down
where it catches on the horse or from the left tide by
or a stirrup, leaving a tough "legging It" lifting\ and
decision up to the judge. If pushing on a foreleg to,tip It
the broken piece fall within over.
ten feet of the poet, he rule He can cross and tie any
the barrier wa broken and three feet with his pigging
add the penalty. string and tie the kg with
The other judge wait In the any knot he like a* long
arena, ready to signal time a* the tie hold, preventingthe
with his railed flag'a loon a* calf from getting up, until 1
the ha the the field Judge ha
roper completed passedon
ToSoloct. tie. But he, too, hat to keep a the tie a* being secure. Occasionally 1 Those Silver Spurs I
sharp eye for Infraction of youll MO the field
from our stock of the rule judge consulting a stop watch do
really a
on Hats, Shirts, The roper can catch the to make certain each roper' put /
and calf ,any way it work out, tie i* tested an equal period.
Pants. over the head, around the Youll see the judge' flag good show so
middle, even by a leg. But he wave the "no tme" signal if
SHORE'SMEN'S must let go of the loop when the tie slips or the calf rise
WEAR he throw It and the rope "--- 1 put it on your 1
must hold on the etJf'\1IItil< the OWN 'T
. --------- cowboy can get his hand enH I 1 "MUST" LIST! !

Irrasrrrmrrr.mmmr.mrrrrl II I Six /
I Pony 1 1
I .gg.r Stocks Dolton /

I McOr*. *:lportwe Hewtdmoche / Hitch to b'e

I rttvc.Tx / In ParadeAmong

I ........y.500 Mr. Catalina TOO FOR .

feature attraction

WHY do these famous at Livestock Silver Show Spur will Rodeo be a fast and /

I topping exhibition of teamwork FURNITURE
and skill by the Victor
fashion houses
1 recom- Comptometer Corporation Six 1 APPLIANCES 1
Pony Hitch. 1 1
The matched Shetland per.
form precision maneuver ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
while pulling a miniature fire I

it's the ONLY Drycleaning scale engine reproduction U U a five-eighth of an antique 1 ANYTHING FOR THE HOME 1

steam pamper In the
Smithsonian Institution. 1 1

SOFT-SET I With the fire engine belch.
/ WITH MIRACLE Ing smoke and clanging It*
1 bell, the dapper animal scam 1 1
per through cloverleaf and
1 We Feature .. / figure eight p.1tterne.n.. We'll Treat You Right, Pardner. I
Victor pony Hitch recreates
I SANITONE 1 the sparkle of a !'-&'GM era
Dry Cleaning in our American heritage.The .
lightest or lead ponies,
do most of the running. The 1 1
middle pair known a* the PARKS FURNITURE ,
wing team. turn the fire
I NORRIS CLEANERS ; wagon. Last come the wheel
poniee who do moat of the
pulling. They are the heaviest
I 103 Dakto Avo., East M7-4941 ; pair, providing the weight ... 1 COMPANYJust /
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1 ," t M*. diim II N 1 1Ftk FOR RODEO RESERVATIONS 1Sol.
I, ,"'. .. t., n-PxOt rf Cttttt( Contact Al Hunt $414A21Hunt ftr t.nocm .
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1 .i RESERVED SEATS (liMI,41. l Arfultt'I.M QRd.'t00 1
: ,;.Ii. GENERAL ADMISSION ((11HdIenJ] Atfwfri" 't.oo au. M.OO
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1 Entry and Parade of State Flags

/ .". ,'mi: $r. Introduction of Officials and Guests 1

' .i.i" ; Clem McSpadden Claremore, Okla., Announcer 1
H Jt V ,: Victor Sb.llonyllltch d 1

Cowboys' Bareback Drone Riding 1st Section *
',. 1
!'. The Silver Spurs Famous Quadrille on Horseback 1

., Cowboys' Bareback Drone Riding 2nd Section
1 1
The Arena Kachinas-Roman Team Acts, Weatherford, Texas
t. ,. ....'.v Cowboys' Bull Riding Contest lot Section 1

Cowboys Calf Roping Contest r ;

1 Cowboys' Saddle Drone Riding lot Section
1 The Arena Kachinas 1

1 Cowboys' Saddle Drone Riding 2nd Section 1

1 ..00&0 cove Bullfighter and down 1w

0"" C.aru.Drinr....w.Tnm-DMk 8eIUa.,tnm 1s
Cowboys' Bull Riding Contest 2nd Section 1

1 1. +tJ Cowboys' Bulldogging Contest 1
.0C'Ano': "- Added Attractions 1

1 The Budweiser Clydesdale Eight-Horse Hitch
... Authentic Western Coach
' Saturday Only Stage .,
Rode Mask by "The Wagon Wheel Bard,"Orlando ) ,
1 C.........hIoJ-I T.Deep........ rw-t.) 1
1 ham. I

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and SON
1110....... 1
1 Acre"from Post Office 1118r'1N141.' ,

1 1

/ RESTAURANT Contractor 1
1 (Formerly llrnktrf't) 25 Broadway

1 1

1 Melvin Johnson' W. II. MOUSE 1 _


i FORGE and .
223 Broadway

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Bronc Riding Judging Too Hard for Dudes ---I

g Calculating of ''yt ,
Arlwna' Everett Bowman
i! Shifty EyesRequired was the first in pro rodeo ever
to win the world champion all
1 i around cowboy title competing
in Urn event only (roping
i and steer wrestling), In 1935.
E No officiating chore In professional lie won it again in 1937.
.r athletic require a Only two other cowboys, the
f | sharper eye or a sounder late John Bowman and Homer
l? 1 knowledge of the trent than Petti grew have accomplished
"I judging I rides on saddle rw .m the feat thus far In the history
3 bronci. Although the time of the port
7. limit on the rid It ihort, thaI
I riding judge sees more actionS
I f and make more decl-
,, clone during the violent ten i
CI seconds than a baseball umpire
f> will In an Inning of pity
v There arc hard and fait
.I rules that disqualify the riff
den. But how high each one
t!. scores depend entirely on the
7 judgement of the cowboy h
lie judg On brone itontper for
example may han the knack
., of making a rid look good on \
i :, a poor horse that simply VISIT fOIl
', crow hop around without HANDFUL OF DIRT will be Bill Ward' only reward as h* fall to stay aboard his mount
1iI!.. throwing anything rally l l for the alloted ten second required In professional rodeo' saddle bronc riding vent Cornerstone BOOTSSADDLESBELTSPURSESBILLFOLDS
** tough at the man on his back. of competition In the sport' beginning a century ago, I960' world champion saddle bronc
Another hand may draw a rider earned 20832. National titles In pro rodeo are awarded at the National Finals, year-end SQUAW MOCCASINS
! tough horse and simply "wal.l held in late December. SQUAW BOOTS
l playoffs
low It out", with his spurs SQUARE DANCE BOOTS
tucked safely Into the saddle
cinch. That' why there are of the shoulder on the tint he's planted firmly In the saddle on any part of the bull rope- BOLO TIES-BELT BUCKLES
1 1 separate markings for both jump out of the chut H* also or a foot and a half In the and the twister hsin't hit the shop hi peruse lot will dlHlncllva,
, horse and rider. Use the full rate a goose egg If h* changes air. Zround when the whittle 1,1" .,.sun lortan.K.bbatdt IV tOMicri, plilol. bols uraoMi'brnpt .....
spread of 1 to 20 point for hands on the rein, loses a.Urrup"or He's entitled to a re-ride If blow call shins, wddl. ban. w.......
foul him the _I.. 1..M km.-
of the hone on iiwtlry
the cowboy and 65 to 85 forth touches any part .Iwfil, .Nova. blanket
raw *
bronc. the hone, the rein or the saddle chute, either knocking him off Earl Thode, then of Belvedere and taddl....,f....noll,...traitorGoodi.
,, his with his free hand. or keeping him from purring with no"'.. brands at with
Th contestant earn S. Dwai rodeo'sfirst ,
pro own dMian M phone M al
I I"H..clquortw1 If
marking for how well h* spurs When the whistle blow, It' the hone out. If the horse refuses world champion all your 817-1231
throughout the ten seconds, still I qualified ride U h* ha to buck h* can Ilk for a around cowboy, a* the iport'i
both feet In the stirrups and re-ride on another brone to be
swinging big heel In time high money winner In 1929.
with the bronc' pitching, his band on the rein, whether drawn for him. Now an Arizona rancher, -
hooking him now over the Thode was saddle bronc riding f/.llda/ CottleeecV
shoulders, now under the can- tltllit that season alto, and _
tie. If he ha trouble keeping Bull Riding Not Dangerous again In 1931 12 Dorlinglos Kill lll -
hll eat, h* won't b. able to 1------------ -
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pur.Th.* hone mark highnot, 10 Compared to Bull Shooting I. : .
much on the bail of how wild PENNY.
art his gyration the conteitant .
can ak for a re-rid If No rodeoevent I I. more dangerous Into the loose fold of the I I PINCHERS I II
the bronc deliberately throw to the contestant than bull' hide, help him hold his .
himself but mora on how bull riding. Perhaps because precarious perch. r. 1
hard h* buck Th belt buck. of this, figuring the bull rider Bull ride Ire marked with f;; TRADE HERE!
en leap high and land hard on hit enough on his mind, the the same spread from 1 to I ./ .
their forefeet, punctuating author of rodeo' nil book 20 point for the rider and 65 6!, THIY'VI UARNED
each pitch with a high, whip- give it the simplest set of to 88 point for the bull a* I .
lain kick behind. rules. the other riding events. But I WHIRITOSAYIMONIT .
The cowboy I mounted on a To help him hang on all h* because there I* less that can <<': IN KISSIMMEE
regulation "anoclatlon" (addle can UM is'a loose rope without be done to mike a good bull I II
built to rigid ipeciflca- knot or hltchei. ride better, the top score forth
Lions of uniformity set by the Unlike the bronc rider, the rider are usually lower. I FREE DELIVERY I II
Rodeo Cowboy AMoclatlon. bull rider lint required to A contestant who sticks to
Ills rein I I. a coarse braided spur, either on the first Jump the whistle upright in his seat
rope attached to a plain hal. out of the chute or later will usually mark about 10. A 59C 6061
through the rid. But spurring score of 14 I I. unusually good. CHICKEN I
ter.Disqualify the rider with a if he's able to do any, Mark the rider down If you
goo-egg score If h* fail to will earn him, extra point lei him leaning to one side or 1 SHRIMPS 79' Ham on Rye 40'SEAFOOD .
ipur the horse over the point And the dull spurs, tucked hunched forward over the
err r r err rr rrrrrrrr 1 Brahman's hump. I $1 100 Ham 'n Outs 45 c.
Th only other bull riding
I' rule common with the bronc. PIZZAS I

I S IP to INT'! I II must riding hand, be events the mad other U with that held only the free.ride one I DAVE'S CARRY-OUT 1L

ilI Otherwise the rid I I. qualified Behind Jtmml..'* Say Phone 947.2838rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
: II a* long a* the riding hand I* I .

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'. with a Great Number of people. i PRESENTS ;



{ ERNIE LEE and His TV GANG with Barefoot I
Always plenty of conversation with occasional -
SHAVES and HAIRCUTS-' The only Brownie on the Harmonica. Herb and Kay

1 time wo listen Is when The Wives are 0 Violin and Guitar, Ella Mae Long from Hells-

around.eOADWAY I and others.
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Most twisters do this by a The Gazette Xisslmmee, Florida, Feb. 10, 1964-P g. Seven
jerking motion with their
knees, keeping their heels well
ahead of the bronc's forelegs ------------------
since it's hard to get them 1 I
back up once they slip behind. I
Judging the riding events
will always be largely a matter :
of opinion, one reason why I
rodeo rules require all cowboy 'I.Effenyawant:
judges to be active contestants. 1I
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South Dakota tops pro r0deo' : II
saddle brone riding ros.ter II'
of world champions with
eight Of these, Casey Tibbs,
Ft Pierre, has won six: in '49,
: '81, '62, '63, -54, and t>9. Earl 1 The dude to see is I
Thode of Belvedere
now retired / II
twoi In 1929 and 1931.
Alvin Nelson, Sentinel Butte,
Qd" N. D., won It In 1957. i CHARLES B. EBYPHOTOGRAPHER i

; Texts holds pro rodeo's rec- I :
; ord for world champions In
call roping, 18 since 1929.
.Ji Toots Mansfield of Bandera, / At The Kissimmee Gazette II
now retired, leads the parade 1 i ia..n.n.s
WITH THE GRACE of dancing partner In a violent adagio of with seven such crowns during j
death, the bareback brone rider and hit mount whirl through his career. ---- ---
the eight-second rid*. The cowboy hat only a simple handholdon t ___________ ___-_ _-_- -- ... I
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his rigging, a smooth aurclngle, to help him hang onto the .
wildly pitching brone. Already badly out of balance, Alvin 1
Hixon of Freano Cal., will probably bite the dust on the I
bronc's next jump. THE JOB OF A ;

They Even Try it Bareback; 1


We: Have Our ShowoffsIn RODEO CLOWN 1i

Judging a rodeo, there'sno Watch the bronc's first jump
place for sympathy. No out of the chute. If the cow
point are earned by hard boy's spurs aren't touching the i is a serious one
knocks or muscle.busting horse over the shoulders when
bruises. You're got to stickto the front hooves hit the groundon
the rules In deciding who the first jump, give him a
scores highest In these wild goose egg a score of zero, i He has to divert the bull's attention j
rides for an eternity of eight Indicating a disqualified ride.
seconds. You goose egg him, too, If
The first rule In bareback he touches any part of the
brone riding fires an Indies horse with his free hand or I from a fallen rider to protect the cow
Uon of how tough the event Is. bucks off before the whistle
All the rider has between him indicates the end of the eight
self and the brone Is the regulation seconds.
bareback "rigging", a Provided he makes a qualified boy's life and limbs (as well as his j
smooth surcingle with a, ". ride to the limit, you)
case handle" In the center not mark your score according to !
unlike a suitcase handle. how hard the horse bucks and
The rigging is cinched to seat and spurs. Mark the horse own).
the horse with the handle over how well the rider keeps his ;
his backbone about where the from 66 to 85 points,, using
saddle horn would be. It can the full ZO-poInt spread and P
be either right or left handed the rider from one to 20 points. ( t a
and the rider can wrap It with In this event the rider gets 1 .
tape or rub It with resin to credit only for spurring over
Improve his grip. the point of the shoulders.

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Who win the most money f
That's who wln'i the world 1l .
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I championships In. rodool Iff I
I a i simple M that.National
titles in seven '
vents annually are awarded
I cowboy contestants, with an II
added diadem,the game's moat '
sought-after crown, M world
champion all around cowboy, '
going to the hip money winner -
In two or more event
A one-event contestant cannot 1 ,
around I
qualify for the all
title oven though his winnings 1 I 9
might top the iport'a financial You might be lucky to find It
table for the year.This,however prospecting around the country. I
has never occurred In I .8i
rodeo annals. But the surest way to strike paydirt Is to I .

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TabulaUon of Individual
earnings each season among SEE US TODAYI
rodeo's 2,600 professional followers
Is accomplished In the II
following manner. '
Parent body of the pro sport,
the Rodeo Cowboys Association 1 1
numbers over 500 com ,
munity-sponsored contests on ;t. .
Its approval roster. .
At a pre-deUrmined cutoff
date, each fall, the regular I
season closes officially and I FIRST FEDERAL

the ners fifteen In each high event money qualify win for Savings andLoan-AssociatibnofOSDEOLA COUNTY j
the National Finals, rodeo's ,
year-end championship play
offs. --- .....:
Arena earnings at the finals :;; (
are added to seasonal winnings
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