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The Kissimmee gazette.

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The Kissimmee gazette.
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Kissimmee, Fla.
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Kissimmee Valley Gazette,
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Newspapers. -- Kissimmee (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Osceola County (Fla.)
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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;% SO .minute took Klitimme this week police to Approval; $230,000 NeededBids


L! \1E! solve At a 2:grand 30 Tuesday larceny after caie.

noon, Mr*. Delore Makert .
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noticed her money missing w---. --
Wildlife Area
from her Mode-O'Day bulnets. .

ed the. She police Immediately, fan them phon.the Said Very Competitive Planned forKissinunee

description of a colored Juvenile -
who had been In the

tore, and at 3 pn>. police ForJVetv City Utility Engine "A hot at the moon that
handed her the mining wallet hit" could place a 9,050 acre
containing all but IS
fishing and wildlife area five
rent of the stolen money
The certificate Haniel said one the engine miles west of Kltiimmee.
Chief Robert Best Mid the Bid on Kinlmmee1 new $4,760,000
arresting officers had an engine for the utility depart.went wa alto und to re-flntnr winner had been determined, This newt was revealed In
bond and the contract allow 110 day a meeting here Tuesday afr
idea who the description fit appear to be "extremely tome outttandlng
and went to hit home. The dote" at tint flan accordingto represented a saving on Inter for the engine to be Initalled noon with representative of
negro boy admitted to the Utility Department head tit charge to the city, He laid he expect to be In. the U 8. Department of the
Mailed In a shorter time however Interior, the State Game and
theft returned the Roy llantel.Th .
and
mon I .. lIT .. Fresh Water Fish Commit-
ey, Best said Commission opened bid lltniel said he had a preference akin and local member of

Tuesday night from Nordbergand Campbell Station on an engine but I* nol the county recreation commit
but It
_... 4. II.j....... Fairbanks firm making his preference public lee
will be at least three week Fire CostA $/
4 before Smith and Gllletpl In other action the city: The land now owned primarily .

a IlecreutiollPrograul Engineers, the rlt,'* contulU fir at Campbell Sta. Approved Ed Itnnion to act by Irlo Bronton and I
.w ant engineering firm can de. tlon Sunday caused $4,600 tt acting city judge while Oren Brown wa studied ..,.
term In. the winner damage before two truck Paul Rigg I I. out of the city era! year ago under the Shim

Nordberg had a grand total) from the Klitlmme Fir for a week Rlggt war appointed lie Creek beam project

bid of $6494190 on a S.130 hone Department could put out acting city judge last The federal ..o.ernmwill
power, 2,246 kilowatt engine the blase at the horn of Dec week for Reid McWhirter who pay half the land and Improvement
Under StudyA which Included an Intttllttlon wllton Lanier I I. out of the Hat coil with the other

fee of $4,443 and a $7,328 additive Klitimme Fir Chief Asked. the City manager to half coming: from non-fnleral
Include the Hart Memorial 11-
government tource The total I
alternat
he
Lawrence said
Arlo recelved -
comprehensive recreation brary Bnard'l request fur $V ha. been eitU
decidedon coil of the land
The winner will be notice. of the fire at
program I I. currently understudy 0(10 In next. yetr't budget If mated at rtflO,000 by the department -
the cost to produce a kilowatt 4 p.m. II* said the fir was It .
It
by the County Recreation financially poiiible.Approved
-It teemed like It would never com to Jack Rlcbard a* he waited for the Silver Committee and It expect the efficiency and other caused by the dropping of a tending City Attorney of the Interior repro.aentativee. -

Spur Rodeo Parade to start Saturday morning (Photo by Eby) ed to b* completed In early factor an engineer, according with to the Jim Smith Derry can better of gasoline. beside a water Ed Brinton, City Manager The ttte. will pay $100,000

fall. I I. owned Charles Tyson, Commit toward the other 60 percent
and Glilrtpl firm which will The block house
Chamber of Commerce Man the bide Michael Christopher tloner Carroll Starling, Dn out of the recently patted
study contract by
Gilchrist Cowboy Is New alter said that tine the appointment Xlnlmme Mayor RuttellThaeker John W Alderman, the I Autrey* the meeting and George of the Reynolds American SOHM,000( recreation bond issue -
of Craig Bell a* officer on duty, along with approved by the yot.n.Thll .
appointed Perry In
Municipal Congreit
chairman of the County recreational will leave 1230,000; to
Joseph Rlntldl and Euen.Thomp.on *
Haniel and City Manager Miami later this lumm.r.1IIIIt'uaaed ,

Silver Spurs Rodeo ChampThe has Committee met several, the time committee finding Chtrlet Tyson to the to comn.lttion report the one and battled a half the hour blasefor Mosquito control a request district by the to come unknown.from However sources, presently Chamberof

and one concrete outcome has Commerce Manager Bob
This I I. the most expensive
The dual fuel and raise its allotment from the
.L .L been a map which I I. now In pas fire reported to the Klulmme Berllntky and William T, Wai-
champion of the 1964 with 122 point*. Charlie Driver for any other. progress showing all the recreational dletel engine war purchased fire Department this city from $1&,000 to $18,600and lit, a member of the Fait and
Silver Spurt Rodeo II I a GUchrllt Arcadia, and Dean Hughe, Millie Hall, Orlando took sites now In exiit- out of the revenue certificate year, Lawrence IIld..l tentatively approved the Central Florida ReI"n.I"I.",
cowboy, Barney Fair- Gaffney, S. C. were clot run. top honor in the junior barrel enre and one which the committee which the town obtained at the request to be placed In neatyear's sting Council said they be-

cloth. nert-up to Hammett.In race. She clocked 19A seconds will propose. beginning of the year, .l J budget (Saved the money could be

Falrcloth SI, totaled the the bull dogging event in the race Saturday and Berllniky said the target obtained..
mOlt point in the weekend Joe John, Kluimmee took Sunday, date for the map and other The area would I be open for
rodeo to win lint place prize lint place a* he wrestled hit Shirley Reave of Dade City studies I I. far September. II* Local Businesses flitting and hunting year
money and the saddle from animal down In ,.. seconds had the belt time in the. senior said at that. time, the COM. Report round, 'with till exception of

H.n rc'l. Saturday and S.. tet'ondt Sunday barrel race, scoring 13.8 point mitt.* hopes I* g* ...,.,* the shoe period excluded by itato
Th hlgh'y-publiclied annual for an overall score of 12.5 In Frld.,'..rac.. County CommlitrMt with a full game and fishing laws.
Silver Spurt Rodeo' drew point Andy Jones of Trenton Second to. Falrcloth, In total) and complete proposal for ad. Peaceful Race IntergralionKluimmee According to the official
crowds from all over the state wit second with 1S1 overall rodeo earning was Jo John dltlontl park and recreation from the Department of the

and from most parts of the points and Falrcloth was third of Kinlmmee, who won the property Interior, this represents the
nation. with 20.11.Winner. cowboy outfit given by Makln- Although the County Recreation Integrated lilt first time the U. 8. has agreedto
Riding a Brangu bull wa in the bareback aon't Hardware. Commute It not an official week without Incident j help finance the purchase of
Rodney Rauterton of Kinlmmee riding event was John Stephen Otceola Petroleum donated committee of the county Following of the 14 land In a project such a* this

who scored 63 out of a of Prlneville! Or*. Dick belt buckle to the fint place It was set up by Harris Danielat weeping civil passage right bill by In Florida.

poiiible 100 point. Rtulerton Bowling of Palacioi, Texas winner In each of the tingle the time he was chairmanof the Federal Government, Oi- $elM9aMf OIMagFI$',."'\."liT
was the only rider who managed placed second followed by event the County Commission and cools County Negro tested

to stay astride the.huge Charlie Driver. its recommendation I* expect the new law In nine businesses
bull for the required eight: In the calf-roping contest, Float CarWinners ed to weigh heavily with the without harsh word or via lloyg to Deliver

tecondt time. Tony Salai, Perry, Georgia, rommltiion. lence. (;aelteilin City
Jimmy Hammett of Gaff. war the winner with Fairclolh Earlier this week Bell was They were served In tevenbutlnette f

ney, S. C. took top honors in In second place and Andy very critical of the present and In two other The Catett I I. In the prom -
the saddle bronc riding contest Jones, third. There were more recreation opportunities In the "did not ttay long enough to r of trantferrlng all
and was the overall winner contestants for this event than area.
b* walled on" Mrt. Mac' mailed deliveries inside the
float
Gaily-decorated cart In addition to the work of t
and cowboys and cowgirls on Bell and his committee, the Kettaurant and the Orange s city to carrier boys, who
Blossom Hotel told the Ofxette will deliver the paper to
their mount mad the
up
city of Klitlmme has dli-
Nro entered their door etch Thursday
festive Rodeo Parade July 4 eased buying your
property now
dining rooms, tit down but morning Thlt applies to
In Kluimmee and fit Cloud. owned
Mitchell
by Brother
before service could be afforded .
any those subscriptions with
In Klulmmee the winnersof on Lake Tohopekatlga which,
or word could be spa street address and not to
the commercial float divi.sun several commissioners .
are currently
of the ken the Negro got up and !'oi| Office bones or runtdslivet
parade were pre itudylng
.
tented trophies the Silver left.Mn. ea.Those .
by Alto the game and freshwater
Ma said a Negro was who have paid Inadvance
Spun. Hunt Brother placed fish rommlitlon, along served In her rettturtnt M..n.
first and are not t* pay the
Willy' Sign walthe with the V 8. Department of .
second place winner. The the Interior, are moving ahead day carrier until your lubtcriptlon
art ; Klttlmme Mayor Russell has liplrid, (I which
beit-dreited cowgirl, Mitt Eileen with pI.n.0 local a ,060
Thaeker said "It well>
speaks
Urn will be notified.
Chapman, and cowboy, fishing and hunting area five you
for the that racial
town no The rate now In effect I I.
M ; r Doug Partln were alto pre- mile Wilt of Klitlmme This
trouble recorded"Thacker
tented trophies by the Silver current action wa a result of was 15.00 per year, $260 for
had In
said he faith
Spur. a previous recreation ttudy in. the people of Kluimmee and FOCPTllF Jl'LY' -wreck caused Injury to a Riviera Beat tU monlht, or $1.10 for

In the Civic Organiutlon volving the Reedy Creek batln. the good relationship between man who turned over his IWII Ford Falcon on U S. 441 Betran three month.

division of the parade entries, tilt M. Schoeller we treated In BL Cloud lloipltol) and tIMe taken "
flnt plan war awarded to the June races.According to Don Adam of Ie Riviera Beach. Mwsw.rrMarww I *

gel Elk* Lodge, the .-1{ Club of Brings the Kinlmmee Police Department

and Otceola third County place placed went twcond to the, 414 Arrests pieced about In the M Arcade Negrot Theatre were Miss Osceola'Feels of Contest I

Disabled Veterana.
When they left. there was a
Additional trophies were do. Sheriff Bob Bucket report group of white parsons out.
noted by local merchanti.: ... this week hit office made tide but neither group exchanged 'AlI1'/ul Glitters is Not Gold'
mod authentic cowboy, II. C. 414 arrests during June. word
Pratt, trophy by A rt'* Bar In other lUtlitlc he said OtrooU. Sheriff Bob Bucket
oldest mounted rider. Slim hit office: MM his off.ire he. not been Joan Merit Allen' deserlp.lion Nothing" were given out atIhet II' th* dancing too .bad,* abe

4 Ptrtin, trophy by Broadway Traveled 2WM mile. he... notified of any racial troubleIn of her trip to the Min' late night hen parties. tald.
pharmacy) belt mounted rider, died 104 civil rate handled the County Florida Contest In Biriml "1 received the till of Runnerup While at the contest she re-
Marion Block-, trophy by m piece of mall,; received A efmluion meeting. wa lad week could be summed to Miss Nothing nce," salved several telegram and
Ebore't; Men't Wear; youngest US complaint; cleared 7* held late Wodneeday afternoonto .p In ,lira... like 'all that Jean Marl performed the flower from wll-wlahrt inOtreoU
roe boy on a single mount. Jo complaint handled 20 Juvenile 4111.....* poetlbl. change In gllltert I I. not geld," or 'It'l a tarn ealypt dance that .led County One of then
Baker, trophy by Khwlmme. cases and; made II arrests the City Cod concerning ..... wonderful experience,but her to the till of Mia OMI .. wa from the Chamber. ef
CHAMPION C'O"'BOT-B.me FtlrcloUi, center, wa named Marine; foungett cowgirl on for other counties.Sheriff hose Oft 1"r.llo"ls Joan Mart, who repretentedOecoola ola.I "Th Judge did. not shop Commerce,
tile Champion Cowboy of the Nth aeml-annual Silver Spun a single! mount. Mlt Jeanette County In what could
Rodeo, and was presented the Henberg Saddle by Cicero Janet, trophy by Smltty'f hav been. tile stepping stone

KMchet left, while Vie Blackstone, arena director, look on. Amoco. Arresl Pair to the Mia America title, returned
(Photo by Ely) Oiceola Petroleum donated to Klulmme lad week

trophies' to Mr. and Mr, Sam full ef iprineet but not all
Muiu-k of Tamp for the moat After Forger Charges .f them pleatant.rrh .
)
Country Club Pool vtttandlng car in the parade best thing I liked about, ..
:
sad. U M,. and Mr. Herman A* apparent forging ring lie said. the forged check tile contoot waa the ,.... 4
To Kadu Tamp for the best ",., th* first two day w*
Have Gala OpeningSunday .has Mea broke up with the amounted to about $2M. lt
dreated couple and car. almoet stared to death but
I boIng
arrest of two peroon and Both men *r* currently -
TV Hunt Brother trophyfor after thai UM t U
held above charge w* got wa*
for UM
two
with warrant oat on
July It, will b* a The pool was purchased the beat re4 cowboy with band at 11.000 gal.* the attractive brunette
then who hare left the tUU. met per
gala day for the member of from Pint Federal and removed coming to tilt parade went to Socket said he countAuto loU. the e..t te, .e
Bob
the OMola Golf and Country from tile former Tropical C. L. Platt of Melboarn Sheriff f But UM girl entered In the
Club fey that U the day /**. Hotel tit*. In St Cloud UM 4-11 Club arrol4 lasses L Kewwdy toittotl were well token rare
.
.Ignated for UM grand opening won the Silver spats trophy. .L road and Jo HolWoohfor Crash of M far a* chaperone were
An ..... toetrnvraU.
attractive building -oUerUg\ forged *-
.f UM pool which has been for UM lint plac, float fo) *> -ned.
nutatled adjoining' UM ninth lag the etrcMtng room* and od plate, wa token by WI1I,'* .- lie said. lit c14 licit This wa on chaperon to
fairway locker tpare, alto contain a Sign*. rural. UM MOM of tfc* |w* heewpec14 Claims Life a floor *W* *.-ld not even
anack bar and a relaxation hoe ge.. to AU- leave
TIle CIU*M Stoto Bank, our floor to rid down
room which look out over UM Baker* Drpartateat Store. Ik hams and fee whim warrant Jam. Jeffrie. IT. tenser to another floor on the *!*.
pool Clcxtd Motor, and UM t. Ray bar te. .feeoed.Bucket reeUrat of ". .-....* died vator without a chaperon. f'' I Ia

Weather Dr. 'TOM Blain he charged Smith fttMtranc Ageary of aaU.. chock written Monday at UM Uar-ereity It.*. Mwb lee leave the' building.'
UM Undtcaptug, whkh win gt Cloud donated UM trophies a* UM *....t of T. I, hag pal ChtvilU from lnh r.to Joan X.rIe. who did not rcer *- +
HL R bo ....pM.4 Utia next week green In the ether erenU.Tb 14 to tae arrest of UM two. shed to an atomoMM. .. say of the coveted title i
Tite 430Wed. "f1 IJO with ltd assiat.a..r UMMtBberl Th chock were written onCttiM saddest a| ()raJa Jose M.Dm said' ah* did pick ., a few, _
111 H RM l of tb. .w orgu- ttdreto.1 .wrtrl State Baa*. Pal of LtkeUnd. a Lnto at night, about .... oftw
n r. Ill Tl 1.40 t..u.. vat Mlt Becky Patti: UM The were cubed at Bar. ,......, In UM tar, was fat UM ......1".. a "bunch
frt "S U 7( 0n A fMtflr dinner affair for bed dreeod vwWy Mae H. C. beta Cafe t4 RUe'i Cf: .. kin.4 tnUnUy of the girl would. get together
Sal 7 "4 7.10 atemWrt .d ...1IoW.rI I Plttt ., Meftwon. TVe vldeotnMMted Bucket seed.. toveeUgatW I b JeffrlM. who. ..* to the' a4 *aak* nn tithes for each ft'N Birr TILHC-JM Marl Allen. left, who U shown her
a *
I... 'I .1..u betec .lMn4 fer UM rider wa Don L atni Wilt pUc but M b. U.br bw'ne, Moved toOala UMC.* aa she wa crowned Ml** Oeceola recently by th* retiring Queen,
M.o.t/'. Hit' pUa* will bo anmanctl opening.final Dvlgar lute aches wa* the Uvo that H to Mwrfeu. / ... a year age front Kw TrUe. Men M "MlM Ntn Mia Jody G.,... sail that UM paf**"! al ftaratota for UMtelottioci

-- next ..... hat BMontod rider ...- ..." sad *R......n t* Mia *f MM rwrlda wa fun but very &IrIa"TM' .



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Harlequinader Appointed to FTC Children's Theatre Committee


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Mrs. Brooks .
COMEDY WITH MUSICAT
First GuilderTo ARCADE THEATRE

be HonoredThe tI/ : "Mu cl* Beach Party, starring -
Frankie Avalon and Annette .
.. Funicello, will be shown
r r, Footllght Theatre Guild I .
at the Arcade Theatre Sundayand
and the Harlequlnader an. Monday, It I I. a rollicking
nounced this week the appoint comedy with music made to

went of Guild Planning Board order for teenage trade and

Page Two- The Caiette, Klulmmee, florida, July V, W4 .XiLf member and Harlie senior ad. SYMPHONETTES TO GIVE LOCAL BOYS ATTEND family audience.
visor, Mra. Gill Brooks, to the "POP" CONCERT HERE BOYS STATE Walt DI.n.,'. "The SwordIn
Florida Theatre Conference'
THURSDAY, JULY I, It64Shingle the Stone" will be shown
committee on Children' Theater The Kiiilmmee Symphon Two Oiceola High School
se Friday and Saturday This I I.
ettei, under the direction of Junlori James A. Sabetto and a
D Creek Church covered dish upper 7 p.m. honoringnew cartoon feature which will\ delight .
Luther Harris, have arrangeda Allan D. Starling, are attendIng
minister r ,, : THe appointment of Mr*. the young and old alike
Brook mark first time program of familiar number the Boy State at Tallahassee -
Parkview R..taur.nt.Rotary the
O -St. Cloud Rotary Club, 12:15 p.m. week. "Man in the Middle", a
for their "pop" concert. this pow.
that Guilder has been asked *
D Pram Fleet meets 3 to 6 p.m. a
-
+ the erful drama of World War II
sponsored by ,
Elks Lodge to serve In a itate-wide poshtion It will be held Sunday, July They are
aElks Auxiliary, 8pm.
12 at S p.m. In the new air. Mikinion-Carion: Post 10 of will be shown at the Cloud

FRIDAY JULY 10, 1964Bicycle i Starting 1962 with a Chll.dren' conditioned art and culture the American Legion. Theatre Friday and Saturday
of center building, corner Stew.
Theatre
Workshop
D Rodeo, Lakefront Park, 812.
and Streets
art Bryan
D -"The Sword In the Stone", playing at Arcade Theatre ill students, the program wa
On the will be ielection BROS.QUALITY
program HUNT
through Saturday."Man r extended the next year to a .
Cloud Theatre, St. Cloud Summer Workshop for Youth from four of SirmundRomberr'
O In the Middle", playing at musicals "New
a with an enrollment of 37. In
Q -through Saturd.y.B.rr.clu 1068, Veterans World War I and Auxiliary\ September 1963 the Harlequlnader Moon", "Deaert Song", "Stu.
dent Prince" and "My Maryland"
Gardens Community Bldg.D wa born, and received
7:30: p m. Orange
Also Included will be
by the Guild a* their a
-Bill Allen will appear at the Orange Bowl Lanei. junior branch Two months number of marches and novelty The Store with the Merchandise

SATURDAY. JULY II, 1>64D ago, the Harlie numbered (0 number.. Music from the
and reorganlced Into two age hit "Exodui" will be repeatedby
Crackeri will\ play at St. Petenburg. level groups, presented their popular requeit. COSMETIC DIPI. SPECIALS PHOTO DEPT. SPECIALS

SUNDAY' JULY 12, 164D 2'i two major production NEW SUDDEN BEAUTY 3SMM SKYLARK
The committeewoman 63913iJ
new
PROJECTOR -
-ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE. i I. a graduate of Florida State Be a Good Nabor,
Trumpet" and "Beach Party" playing at South where she receivedher
"DUtant University
D
IN WITH A BANG-July 4th came In with a bang with one of .
UMM AIIQUIP!
Trail Drive-In through Tueiday.D Klulmmee In time. A degree in'Speech-ArG. She Os. HAil SPRAY 99' I39st
the wont electrical storms to hit some
"Muacle Beach Party", playing at Arcade Theatre through .1 I a charter member of the SLIDE PROJECTOR
Schmidt truck
large oak tree in the back yard of Dr. J. Z was .
Monday and large piece of limb and trunk were scattered for a half a Guild and serves on It* planning
to present 'Pop' concert, 3 p.m.,
D Khilmmee Symphonettei Photo board ai chairman of ARCADETHEATRE
block. ( by Eby)
Art and Culture Center. the Youth Actlvitle Commit NEW con SPRAY CHANNEL MASTE' II

MONDAY JULY It, 1WQ tee Including her Harlie credo MIST COLOGNE 'I" Intercom System 34
IU, Mr*. Brook hat directed
-St Cloud Kiwanis Club 6:30: p.m. Parkview Reitaurant. Claims Court Adjourns alx production. Her acting

Q -CAP meeting, 7 p.m. Civic Center. endeavor for the Guild num.ber KISSIMMEE
Through Summer Vacation four. NEW ONE OF A KIND
TUESDAY JULY 14, 144Q '-' Enrollment for the new Weekend Beg July It LASHRIGHT3 fer 100 USED CAMERAS

-St. Cloud Lions Club 7.80: p.m. Parkview Reitaurant. The Small Claim Court of are fewer delinquent account being Harlequlnader conildered.season Six to are linn row Matinee 2:30

WEDNESDAY JULY 15, INIQ Oiceota County has adjourned and disputed issues In civil teen ageri, or their parents Saturday and Sunday IMM BROWNIE
for the summer vacation peri matter In Oiceola County
11"
may receive further Information NEW DUSTING POWDER MOVIE CAMERA
"Return to Warbow" and "War Lover playing at South od. It will reconvene on Au. than elsewhere within the by contacting Mr*. Brook Evening performance 7 p.an.
Trail Drive-In. gust 12th, 1964. It'* bl-monthly State of Florida or that the or Harlequlnader President SPECIAL AT 99c
) term will continue thereafter cltlten of the county are not
THURSDAY, JULY It, W4"Walk Carolyne Pba,. FRIDAY8ATURDAYWalt
unless a need for weekly aware of the existence and Sanitarium UMM ARGUS C3 11"

Q a Tight Rope", "Lady In a Cage" and "Maniac" term I I. clearly demonstrated facilities of the Small Claim Dliney'
playing at South Trail Drive-In, through Saturday by increased use of the court' Court. NEW' BOOKS ADDEDTO 119 MANTILLA SCARFS

O -St. Cloud Rotary, 12:15: p.m. Parkview Reitaurant.D facllltlei and number of action The 1951 Florida Leglila- LIBRARY SHELVESThe 'The Sword In MAGIC TURBANS 35MM ANSCO SUPER

-Rotary Pram Fleet meets 8 to 6 p.m. filed, ture established a small claim Stone' IOUFFANT ION NETS MEMAR, FLASH, lULlS,
The
John B. Hudson laid following book
Judge court In each county of the new
JULY the court disposed of approximately state to be activated by the hive been added to the shelves 59' FILM 9900
23 action per month of the Hart Memorial Library,
Klulmmee Rebekah Lodge county commission on a determination
17 Rummage Sale, sponsored by
-Officer Club.17Ho.holl during the pest alx monthi. In that there I I. a according to Mary Hanieli, SUNDAYMONDAY'Muscle

Checker and Croquet tournament, community the lightly court over was activated 12 year In since this ufficlent: local need for such librarian.Armageddon Leon Urli; Beach .SEE THE BEST HAIRCARE DEPARTMENT
court. Following required action
home, 812. bat of 3025 Shepherd of Mankind, William
county I It disposed
19-Grand opening of the Oiceola Country Club Pool. of the Oiceola County Party' IN FLORIDAWORLD'S
action or slightly over 20 E. Barrett; For Time and
20-St Cloud Kiwanis Club, <.30 p.m. Parkview Reitaurant. Commission the court was eitabllihed -
action month. In the Eternity, Paul Bailey Rascal'sHeaven
Woman'i Club Bldg. per In Oiceola County in ; Frantic Avalon
20-Klulmmee Rebekah Lodge/ 8 p.m. larger or more populated counties Van Wick Macon; The
20-CAP meeting, 7pm. Civic Center. email claim court are In 1052. The first action was Burden and' the Glory, Allen Annette FunicelloCLOUD..ST
21-St. Cloud Lions Club 7:30: p.m. Parkview Reitaurant. tried on March 21t of that fAIR SPECIAL
dally ....Ion. Nevlni; The Bay of Pigs,
21-Movie on Aircraft Carrier Enterprise by petroleum Indua year Johnson Naked
In commenting on the workof Haynes ; The Only at Hunt Bros.
try will be shown at Klwanli Club the court Hudson laid the The purpose of this and Society, Vance Packard; The
23-Rotary Pram Fleet meet 8 to 6 p.m. volume of action brought In similar court I I. to provide a Grandfather, Conrad Richter; CLOUD COUPON BOOK WORTH .......... $5000
23-St Cloud Rotary, 12:15: p.m. Parkview Restaurant the Small Claim Court has speedy hearing at low cost to Cindy Terry Southern and M. f R E E To Our Photo Customers
FRIDAY
23-Woman'. Club Dessert Card Party, 1:30.: Club House not increased In proportionto the litigant. The procedural Hoffenberg; The Atlas of -SATURDAY
25-Summer! Carnival Civic .Cwiter. 3-0 p.ou L.e U : 4 African
the population Increaie In Innovation which have, to a Florida Ervm Rain;
27-St. Cloud Kiwanis Club, 8.80 p.m. Parkview Reitaurant the county. The recent In. great degree! mlnljnlted the Creek I Have Been Up, SueSpiAcer 'Man In TheMiddle1 .
nAP meeUog\ p.m. Civic Center ., of the court" Jurlidlc- technicalities usuallS'confront. ; Biography of the 'HUNT BROS.
28-Mr. Reed of Fla. Telephone Corp. will ,speak at Klwanl crease
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tlon from $250 to $500 has ing and confounding the par- Constitution of the U. S.,
Club. not materially affected the tie Involved In a legal dispute Broadu Mitchell. Robert Mitchum
28-St. Cloud Lion Club, 7:30: p.m. Parkview Reitaurant
volume of action filed In has enabled such court to ac- One hundred forty-ieven
80-St Cloud Rotary, 12:18: p.m. Parkview Reitaurant the court. This could mean, compliih that purpose, Hud children'' book of famous Barry Sullivan THE OPEN FRONT STORE
30-Rot Pram Fleet meet S to 6 pm.
try according to the Judge, there ion said people have also been added.

AUGUST

6-Rotary Pram Fleet meet 3 to 6 p.m.
13-Rotary Pram Fleet meet 3 to 6 p.m.


t'cmiiiig Events WHERE ARE YOU SUPPOSED TO BE?

EVERY WEEK

Dally, 8 a.m. until cundown-Gatorland
Daily-Public Zoo Lake Front Park, Klulmmee

Dally except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium, ''\. .' ,.\. "
Orlando. Tuesdays through Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 >.m.. ,
CAMPBELL
Saturday and Sunday, 2.00: to 5.00: p.m Planetarium MISS IRMA STAnL TOOK DR. HARRY SUNDAY ',v .... '
TO SPEAK "
showings 2.30: and 8:30 p.m. Sunday NOVITIATE VOWS : .f,;"', ;:
Dally 9.00: am. until 4.00: p.m. except Saturday, Sunday aid Miss Ira Stahl of Kluim- Dr Harry Campbell, former j

holiday*-Tupperware Museum, Klulmmee. mee wee among 18 poitulant eildent of Klulmmee, will .. .
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who received the Holy speak at the 11 '.m. service
the Congregation of the at the First Methodist Church '. f"f If }., I 'i

Sliteri of St. Joseph of Newark Sunday, during the absence of : ,'1 .i,"
New Jersey, July 2. Rev. B. B. Williami. ,
No Substillliefor The Moat Reverend Bishop Dr Campbell I I. now chaplain It
Joseph A. Costello, Auxiliary at the Holiday Hospital. 'JI';J4y

Paid Circulation at Bishop the ceremony of Newark at St.presided Michael Central P'lorlda's MoillinllKhlful .J!:

Novitiate, Englewood, N. J. I IMnlnc HoomU :
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CLOUD HOTEL .
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Reprinted from The Jackson Clarion Ledger CHURCH TO HONOR .......__... I......... .' ',;.

The most valuable asset of any publication is NEW MINISTER pa..d........ .P.rell/l.. .rear. .
its paid circulation which certifies the worth of 1111 New York.n..11 Ara 5,3..616
A potlurk supper will beheld 10 AT" .
any newspaper and assures any advertiser that his I at the Shingle Creek 'y ., .

message will be welcomed into a specific number of Methodist Church Thursday at ".r I
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7 p.m. In honor of the new .' 'f,. e .
homes.The pastor, lie v, George Fraley, PIZZAFREEZETTE '''':\ '
Advertising Institute of the University of .and his wit. ',,: It" ',

Mississippi underscores the worth of paid circulation All member and friend. of : ".

and reminds that it has been dramatized in the church are Invited. ,:

results of newspaper strikes in Cleveland New Cattlemen and citrus grower DRIVE-IN
who ire not receiving new
York and Chicago.
bulletin ** they are printed ... '
"Whenever A legitimate newspaper Is suspended and wish to be on the mailing :

says an Institute bulletin free circulation lilt for these publication South Trail ,;dam, l J ,

publications often with huge claimed should call or write the '
coverage, ?? "
County Agent' office requeit- DRIVEINTHEATRE 'i : -.'
make their appearance. Advertisers have always Ing their name be put on our rtl "

found that replacement publications are not satisfactory mailing Hit e.? "

substitutes for established newspapers.

The reasons for this are several and simple: LOCAL WITNESSES ORLANDO FLORIDA I
TO ATTEND ASSEMBLY
Since the free circulation publication Is not sought

by the reader often it never reaches the person William J. Colgate Sr. pre. Jua, Man, Tt.-IMl-H

who would act upon advertising. A larger percent. aiding minister of the Klulm "Distant Trumpet" .

age of such publications are quickly deposited in mee congregation of Jehovah'. ASK GERTRUDE :
and Witnesses, laid today that Trey 1)011.a.. ".
gutters garbage
cans. plana had been completed for ','

The free-circulation publication has no accum the forthcoming four-day dii- Ml .\ ,t"\w

ulated prestige which may be transferred to the trlct aitembly! scheduled in "Beach Party" ;1 :
Jackionvlll .July 8-12-
advertiser nor does it have proven public accept. r
Families attending the '
convention
ance to offer the retailer Free circulation is on a Include the Robert Robert CdMMlagi PHONE 847-2883
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quantity rather than quality basis. Clifton'., the Roy Ingenoll'*, : 1S:1J ..;. ';. .
the Jeffrey Cla,'* and the I. '
The average family Includes four or five Individual Charles Gntter'a. Complete Skew II late aa

who are reached the
consumers certainly by
.>':U
legitimate community newspaper. The free circulation THOMAS F. GRAMLING

"throwaway" shopper is rarely scanned by VISITS ITALY WITH NAVY TILE '- "

more than one person.It "' ......., J.ly IS ...IBsn.mee ua.etteOsceola

is no accident then as the Ole Miss, Advertising Thom.. F Crawling senior FAMILY'COUPON NIGHT

Institute points out that the retailers chief aviation electrician'mats '
great ., Warbow"
USM. eon John C.Cramling -Return" le
throughout the nation continue to put the bulk of of route I. Ktaiim-

their Advertising dollars in newspapers with certified ..., recently Halted Naplee, T:43: -ll.+S
Italy aboard the Navy attack County's Public Service MediumLocal
paid circulation and with established community aircraft tinier USS Franklin "War Leter

acceptance M a news and advertising medfa.I D. Roosevelt operating with
UM Sixth Fleet la the Medlter.raneaa. ':11

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Cooking is Fun


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Good PiesBy


Barbara Griffin LupferEldertwiei
r 0p t0ai !
ire ripe and If s !
wt hive the tame luck with
I them at w bad
N I with blactctxrriei -
thli aprlng, they will all
t* tone by the time we ret
Ute urge to to berry picking
For several yeah we have en.
joyed rood, juicy blackberry
cobbler. which tailed eipecla) GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN CUTUP BAKING OR STEWING
ly rood because the children
helped pick the berries When
wt went to our favorite black. CUT-UP
berry patch this year the ber-
riei were all gone Just our SLB25
luck for being too slow, I do ?
want to get in on the elderberry -
picking and will getenough
berries! for at least one pie
nil will be a new expert
ence for me. To my knowledge "
I have never eaten elderber SHORT
riei, and I know that I hart '
never picked them before. Su- I ; Speclol Offer your
Anne (Mn. Duncan) McFar. WlnnOlxl itore localMebBEEF
land told me about picking ho o limited wpply of 5 LD. 3 3 ,J.
theic bcrriei. She hai several citing recipe booklet ,
packages In her freeter by to how o lust Indoor If
BOW and li still picking. She h* i Is out of these booklet' 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH W 0 FRESHER, LEANER GROUND
also gave me her recipe fur DRESSED LIMIT 10 LBS. PLEASE
Elderberry Pie which III pan 1 10' you con. Patricia get one Collier free, e/o by RBB&t HTH IB ifl H IBB fwriting. 95
along to any of you who enjoy Whiting u. LB, *
I picking berriet.Elderberry. Dole Corp. Fifth end Vlr.glnto 1
fit REG. 4S< SUNNYLAND FRESH PORK Street, Son Jon. ee an
Wash and item berries 39' California 95101. PKG.
1 1 recipe plain paatry Sausage u.
t 3 cups elderberries
a 1-1 REG. 69( COPELAND FAMILY PACK
cup sugar
t pinch salt Lunch MeatLb. 59'REG SAVI 5.1PJDOII HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE
9 Tbr::. flour 46ee,
Juice 3 11
a Tbip. lemon or lime juice 39* PALMETTO FARMS . CANS .
Fill pie shell with berriei. SAVE It EA. "OEL MONTI PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
Sprinkle tugar, salt and flour Cole I Slaw Lb. 29'PINKY 1. '
over berriei. Add lemon juice. Drink 4& 1.
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Cover with top crust or lattice PIOFRANKS e
strips if desired. Bake at 450 SAVl5.1/3EA., ASTOR YELLOW CLING
degrees for 10 minute.; reduce u. 33c
heat to 350 degrees and Peaches.<< 6-1.
bake 23 EXTRA
30 minutes longer. STAMPS WITH SUNNYLAND Loot*
Susanne adds that the doe*. SAVE o< EACH THRIFTY MAID I
n't see a top cruit-when the Cheese K: 39'MORTON Tomatoes 2 251
pie comes out of the oven the Dole Sliced CANS
sprinkles It heavily with pow. SAVE )< EACH GREEN GIANT NIBLE'
dered sugar and aervei it with
ice cream. FROZEN ALL FLAVORS CREAMPies. HAWAIIANpineapple Corn. 2&w s 291
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Susanne li a very good cook.
She enjoys trying out new FAMILY SAVI loVAN CAMP
recipei and li imaginative( 2 79<
enough to put her own special SIZE CornfedH Beef8s 39
touch on everything the lervei. I ] I
STRAWBERRYPreserves'
She ii the kind of woman who
tin serve 30 or 40 guests ai MORTON FROZEN ALL KINDS MEATDinners :::. 39
graciously at a small party of
six or eight SAVI 20' DEEP SOUTH PEANUT
j While we were talking the 2 79

other berries day, I sited about Susanne these elder.for FOR ; Butter <*.', jAR 79 fREG.

her Chen Pie recipe. She was 211 DIXIE DARLING RYI
glad to share It with you DOLE FROZEN PINEAPPLE-ORANGE
reader and added Bread 21-L.1. 33 ,/
a recipe for \
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Corn Fritter* which she r''
sai4a .
a favorite frithhef.famfly. Juice. 4 6.ox. $1 SAVI 3 IACH DARLING COCONUT
Be surd to cut out thin Chen CANS Twirls; 19
Pie recipe If you don't use It . a Plea ;
this week, put it In your file
box and use it when you need

a Suaaime'a very wonderful Lemon deaaert CheM Pi. .t=:) 1=:1=J.==r- r-j ;:::.t=: --l

+ I unbaked pie ihell
I a egga, beaten until fluffy i 1 I
1
j 11 cups sugar e
11 lemons, juiced : .: .
1 lemon rind, grated l ; -
3 Tbip. butter, melted ; tANT
pinch laltCombine
Ingredient and
pour Into pie ihell. Or use 12
imall tart ahella. Bake 25.30
minutes at 350 degreei. Suianne
adds that this make a
rather small pie-not too 1
thick-10 the usually doubles
the ingredients ((5 eggs are
enough) and bakes until the MAXWELL HOUSECOFFEE j ASTOR SOFT.WEVE TOILET FISCHER'S ILUI .f WHITI ARROWDETERGENT IMPROVED TIOIDETERGENT CAIOT IRIQUETSCHARCOAL
center li let Thli makes a

lour grand cream nine inch topping pie. Add this COFFEE TISSUE =BEER or ALE

Sour Cream Topping Save 24( 1Lb. Can I Sow Hi 1Lb. Con Save 6( Twin Pock I Save 26, 6-Pock Save 20< Giant Box I Save 30* Giant BOM Save 30< 20-Lb, Baa
1 imall


8 2 1 or Now tip Spread or 10 3 vanilla Tbip here minutes carton on,li pie sugar that lour((360 and good bake degrees cream reel for) 59 i/ 49; !i 19i 69 i ; 39; I I 49 69;


pe for com fritteR. Do try it Limit with $S.order or mOte Limit 1 .'lm $S.order or more Limit 2 with IS. order or mOte I J-oi. No Depoilt Con Limit. I with IS *******mare Um4 i with n.order or mor. Hew A CoohOut Teni9MEXTRA
I imagine the children

loon will love Cora theie.Fritters :::: :=(....... .r-1 <=r:=t=r- l j=t.=::t:1: =, =:1=t:1I"

2 cups whole-kernel corn
1 tip. salt J JTO
1 tip sugar 50 EXTRA STAMPS
Yellow SolldiOLEO

2 1 egg Tbip., beaten melted shortening wUE VALUE'STAAAPSTW A. With Crackin' Good ,,h

1 I cup tip.milk flour baking powder I"I"I'. Esklmo** ;PIts. POTATO CHIPS I:

*..n".UoltM tee Twin Pk. 59c
Mil corn, lalt and lugar.
Stir In shortening and egg. .,__.nw It
Mix flour and baking powder
together and add to corn mix
tar*. Add enough milk M that E7ICTRAPunchSTAMPS I E70CTRAAMP
mix will be correct conilitcncy I TOP VALUE TOP VAIU!. s
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(quite thick) to drop off r.r.r .w LB. 10 ,/. friissh Florida
tablespoon Into deep, hot fat. I Ire ._.C.re er.WOftTMOTCandy ,
(aso-aia degree) Fry till golden Nawallan
brown. Serve with *yrup.I'VtaOMA '" .... TUMI**f lira sweetcorn

u-t II T. A*-M..- U LIMIT TWO WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
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Top VAfs.fsLUE STAMPS ( TOP VALUE STAMPS

I -.... atee.. :oooer.... Plums..249xrRESH ,

Shrimp Dinners I Fir" Bars
cats LARCI HEADSLettuce
Mew '' TMM Jvtr lira

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Intercession City News
: h Hospital Notes

Resident Dies
MEDICAL CENTER Former
OF KISSIMMEB

Jan M Of Accident Injuries
Admissions: Mr*. Juinlt
Hahn Mr. Helen Carleon. moms
Discharge: none. Mr*. D. C. Owlett Miss V i c kIt 1 Rewire ,II ipend.

July 1 has been 1 learned that the log the summer with an Bunt
Admissions: .John Auth Mn. sudden death 01 Mr. Fred Mc- In Cedar Rapid, MichiganMr.
Edna Beet earthy, 01 Peoria, which was' and Mri. C. M Abbott
Discharges GratUn Clifford reported lilt week was the entertained Mr. Abbotts ",JIl.,
Four The C.nttf. Klsslmmet, Florida, July 9, 1D8 Clyde Simpaon. after effect 01 I "whip-lllb" day School clan of teen nfnt
July IAclml..lon'l received while driving In a at their home In Orlando }Fn.,
Mr. Patricia day evening
funeral procewionMra.
Street Numbering Colllni, Harry McClard, Mr*. Florence Bartee ana Thomas Jacobsen Sr hit
Cora Lee Shephard Mr*. Ver- Edna, Mr.. ROM returned after visiting hu
na Long. daughter Alice Atkinson and mother In the north
Right now, the first house west of Bermuda on Discharges .John Auth. Beck;ttrle.Mr. Vlnk were .hop- Steve Yeoman il .pendmi

i Vine Street is numbered 1111 while the house just July I ping In Orlando, recently. tome time visiting In Georgia
Admissions: Mr*. Martha Charles Abbott Mr. and Mr*. Allen Campbell
MfI.
west of Bermuda Emmett is numbered only 814. Mr. and
I on Cale, Robert ..lohnlOn.Dllt'h.ree. entertained Mr. and Mra.D. are living at the Rilnbo.Trailer .'
t This is due to the fact that Emmett starts several !: Mrs Virginia for Sunday din. Court
1 I blocks west of the point at which West Vine BUGS Blevini, Fred Hill, Mri. Annie C Owlett Mri. M. E. Coombt, nee Lulu

doesn't alter the tact that it is Cain Raymond demon., Miss nero that Mr. and Belle .Jacobson, wa honored
Street starts-but this happy
Anne Hankln, Mr*. Beatrice W are and a stork shower given by MM
confusing to visitors as well as to home folks. Even the Bennlck, Mr*. Nellie Ptlma- Dorothy Thempwn after D. L. Stafford and Mrs, Bud
x sv44,1 returned
I I I Fire Department has difficulties in locating fires due ,.rrw swank cMw +rew+ tier week.have In Penn.ylv.nl Calhoun lilt Thursday evenIng
I few
to this out-of-date system of numbering. J.ly4Admiatlonat: Bernard Bii- They report killing frost Gar- Dining, In HalL the Camp-meetint

I The Gazette has favored renumbering of our choff Mil Etta Pullin. while they wen there. Mr. and Mr*. Robert Clark

I streets t& avoid this problem, and we're advised that i .r.,. Discharge: Mr*. Helen I dens The were Thomas ruined.Wlndon family have moved here from Lough.
submitted to the Carlion. West Virginia man, and are living at the
the City Manager has now a plan .July I have returned to Rainbow Trailer Park

I Planning Commission for its consideration.While Admissions: Mr*. Elizabeth to live. Donald Kramer. The Misses Rosalie and Kay

the new plan does not go as far as we have Edward., Grant Ban, Gerald Mr.and and ,Mr.David, have moved Howard have returned from a
ton
I advocated adopted street names will not be re- Ii:: IIiIrr' Acree. Gerald Acre Into the house formerly occupied visit In Gainesville
Discharges The Rev. Ralph B.ynum and
numbers-this is definitely a in the by the Windon family.
step
placed by tU July Edith Stafford has family were recent guests of
right direction. Admiiiloni: none. Mr.released from the hospital hi. parent., the Rev and Mrs

I I I We urge both the Planning Commission and the a4t. Hahn Discharges Harry McClard Mr. Juanlta, Mri. been, after I seige of pnen- .J. C. Baynum.

City Commission to keep this project moving. Perhaps Patricia Colllni.

I we can have this needed change accomplished by the OSCEOLA HOSPITALJane Alpha
JO Sigma
I time the fall tourist season gets underway Admissions George Melvin Epsilon I

dt s+, Disc h Irltl' Mr. Nlxl Makes Convention PlansClearwater

That New Light saw ssltre Yates July 1
will hOlt the International honoring the birthday of Mrs
Admissions: H. Stanley Ov-
Convention of EpsIlon Bill Burton. Member of the
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Klssimmee has now graduated from a "twolight"town eritreet Clinton: none.CampbellDiachargei Sigma Alpha .July 16-19 board attending were Mrs

into a "three-light" town, with the Installation of .July 2 and attending will be delegate Larry Blanken.hip, Mr. Fred

t new traffic signals at the corner of Church and Monu- Admissions: John Sixton from all part of the globe. Brunow, Mr. George Bishop,
Miss Faith Beemer, Mr*. .Judy Plan for the convention, local
ment, next to the Post Office. and projettlwen Mri. Richard Canada, MnJim .
Blanton and baby girl.
Frankly, we've always been sort of proud that we Discharges: H. Stanley Ov- program outlined at the lint Dulgar, Mr. Glenn Haggard .

) lived in a community where the city fathers have erttreet Clinton Campbell board meeting of the season at Mrs Frank Broylei, Mr
Mr. Beitl Wation. the home of Mr*. Frank God Larry Keene, Mr*. Bob Makakinton .
resisted the temptation to put a traffic light at every
Delta Bill
July 2Admissions win president of the and Mrs. Penning.
intersection-and of course the traffic engineers have 'Awls., : none. Alpha chapter of Kinlmmee. ton.The

t proven that too many lights unless they are really Discharges Mr*. Ruth T.,. The theme for the coming year next regular meeting
will be 'Sittert Now and For will be held July 19th at the
needed accidents to increase rather than decrease lor.
cause
,
1 I" lustyAdmissions 4 ever. home of lrI. Canada COS

I : Jerry Muller Refreshment were served Milton Ave.
This newest traffic light, however, seems to be ObituariesMRS. Mri. Pear) Brown.Diachargei .

needed, since at present cars must move Into the crosswalk : Richard Lane,

In order to see both directions when proceeding LULU OVERSTREET STEELMAN J. BORDEN The following friend served Mil Evelyn Worm Mr. Judy
.. active pallbearers Lloyd Blanton, Allen Lott Mr*.
north on Monument and there is a great deal of congestion Mr*. Lulu V. Ban Over Steelman .Jonathan Borden, Bradley, Jim Sawrey, Claude Ruby .John, Mr. Susan War-
at this particular corner. street, 87, of S24 Main St. 66, of Idora Park, Kl.ilmmee, Parnell, Letter Shreckengast, nor Mr. Wola Tucker
We understand that the city will make every Kliilmmte, prominent Oaceola prominent churchman and retired .Jerry Ayres and Tommy Endcolt. !- July 2Admissions
County citizen, widow of the builder pined away Honorary pallbearers : none
I effort to adjust the signals to aid the orderly flow of late .John U Oventreet who suddenly at his summer home were Col. Robert W. Kenyon, Discharges: Miss Faith I The Technical Side
traffic, although it may take several weeks to achieve wa. O.ceola court clerk over near Franklin North Carolina Lt Jerry flames, Col. Ret. Beemer.
maximum benefit. Meanwhile, the comments of citizens 40 years, and mother of Circuit early Wedneiday. Robert Bedwell Ralph Con. ..luly'Adml..lon.
Court Judge Murray W. A native of Hor.ehead, nelly, Robert Blanks John .: Thomas Lane, A funeral director' professional word1lI
will be welcomed. Overitreet, paused away Friday New York, he had been a reil- Lemna, Shell Wagner Ted Pearl Johns, Sr., Mrs Virginia can have a comforting effect on the familyor
dent of Kl.timmee for the Coffman Run Brown James Spots Miss Jack! Standridge, just the re\'frlel! The extra care u
Born In Oaceola County near put even year Hufto, Ken Goldiman, R. E. Mrs Frances U.her, Mrs Leila tale In performing our professional duties
More Land for Parks: Boggy, Creek, the daughter of Devoted to hi. church he Slaughter Herbert Baxley, Moore, Miss Emma Hill, feature of
George W end'811..n.ban..- was an elder had chairman of .Harris Thornton Al Ktttcn- Mrs: Jennie Tobias, Mrs: Em- ? tijonrpf tbermoit appreciated
r-:. ?' t ," bury Ban, she'w...a lifelong the building eoptniUte of the horn Richard Lehey, Bayard mallne Lane,- Miss Elizabeth Mt.*... our entire tervlc*.
The 'land available in Klsslmmee for park purposes resident of the Kltilmme First Christian Church.He Smith Robert Cooper Bill Coatch. TH| OttMOf
has been seriously limited, so it was with a great deal errs A devoted! member of the wa. a member of Bahia Copeland, Tom Foster, Edgar Discharges: .John Sixton, IXOIMNMH
Flnt Methodist Church she Shrine Temple and Scottish Smith F. C Odom Wallace Jerry Muller, Mrs Maud \ |
of pleasure that we received the news that a sizable was church organist for many Rite Bodies, both of Orlando.He Robbins, Fred Klmmerman.and Sweet
t area I the city Women Society of Christian Belle Chapter 414. Order of REBEKAIIS TO HOLD
Eastern Star, Eteubenvllle, MARY MeUlilRTER RUMMAGE SALE
Service and Kings Daughters I Moms
We understand that it Is now being appraised to Class. Ohio and member of Smithfield The Kimlmme Rebekah x3 NOUs
see if it is worth the money being asked, and that the An active and longtime Lodge 182, F. A A. M. of Mary McWhlrter, 36, patted Lodge will hold a rummage WIVQ UUIMMII I 107 IMMITT. 1101194Phe.et 615111
city is studying its potential uses. member of the Order of the Smithfield, Ohio. away Tuesday night In a tale Friday and Saturday, July
Eastern Star she had held Funeral service were held Houston Texas hospital after 17 18 In the front part of the
For the benefit of any who may not know this several Important local I and at 11 am. Saturday from the I long IIIn.... bus station 46 Main Street,
it extends almost all the from with the Rev. She I. survived by her husband ,
property, way Highway statewide offices, Including Grliiom Chapel, beginning at 8 a m. $17 3155
441 to Neptune Road. We believe its purchase would be put matron, put grand elects Jimmy R. Cox, minister of the Judge Reid McWhirter; A.
Fiat Christen Church officio! three children Jane, Janet
and put grand Instructor She Fresh
highly beneficial to our community. was a member of the Rebekah sting Active catketbearer. and Mike and wa precededin RUSSELL Factory STOVER
i Meiin. .James death by a son Jo Wade.
were Garner
Lodge, charter and life member ""'
Funeral services and burial ;::: Candies
of the Woman. Club Charles Johnston Pete Hunt
Keep It Peaceful member of Women' Christian Troy Johnson George Muller will be held Thursday at 10a ..14 Kil.rHot
Temperance Union, and In and Malvta SamueL Official .m. at Wolf City, Texas, under St. 1
1061 war named first lady of of the First Christian the direction of Owen soar ....
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!1/{/ Over the 4th of July weekend Klsslmmee yas the year by the Beta Sigma Church were Honorary Bearer Funeral__ _Home'm__._.-

:: integrated, with colored people being served in severalof Phi Sorority ceola*. Interment followed Gardena.In Grli-O. -
Memory
Derides her .on, Judge Ov
our restaurants and attending the local theater. erttreet of Kli.immee, lurvlvor. sour Funeral Home was in

I There was no disorder, and none is anticipated. Include daughters, Mr. charge of arrangement.

However, both city and county law enforcement authorities C. II. Summers, Coral) Cables,
Mr. Ellanore O. Jowera, Kli.Immee NORMAN WALLEN Summertime is saving
I are, of course, prepared to maintain order, If and Mr*. Allah Ruth
I necessary, Klker Daytona Beach eight Norman Wallen, 64, of 1620 SUMMER time at Ford Dealer!
Oak St. died Saturday night your
\ Much as we as individuals may dlnlike the Civil grandchildren and 18 great
Born In Louisa, Kentucky,
Rights law and resent Its by the Congress grandchildren.
passage Funeral services heldat he moved to Kliilmmee from
there is no practical alternative except for all citizens 10 a.m. Monday In were the First Alabama even year ago asa Our sales are sizzling at an all.time high-

II to peacefully accept what is now the law of the land. Methodist Church, with the civil service employee, torepresent keeping the pot boiling i with big
Rev. B. B. Wllliami, officialIng the U.S. Governmenta. Ford Fairtane and Falcon
Kiaslmmee has a record of good relations betweenthe property admlnl.trator for every ,
The grandsons carved ..
races. All of us-white and colored alike-must active I caiketbearera. The the Martin Plant at Orlando. !

make every effort to maintain the mutual courtesy in stewards ..f the church served lie Methodist was a member Church of of the Klutm-First SIZZLERexclusive prices-I us an extra trade.In

our relations which will beat protect us all against the a.followed honorary In barer Rose Hill Interment Cemetery mss and a veteran of World your present carl! And that'S

outbreaks which have so seriously Injured other com- GrlMom Funeral Home War One start of what you save. Ford's
H* I.I survived by his wife,
munities, was In charge of .
arrange twice 6000 mile main
ment., Erneitlne; sisters, Mr. II. E. a-year(or )
Schmidt. Detroit and Mr*. tenance schedule will keep on saving money

Temporary Loss ARTHUR II. MOONEY West Bell Virginia.McCloud Chapmanvllle, for you mile after mile after mile. Com

Funeral services were held SAL$" In, get a red hot buy on the hottest.sellingFord
Arthur Hubert
of 803 Sunset Mooney, 62, In the chapel of the Riedtl J In hlstory-right now, while there's
Blvd. Klitlmmce
Jeffords "Don" Miller will leave this fall to attend -. Funeral Home at t p.m., Tuesday I plenty of ahead.
passed summertime
away early Sunday pleasure
law school at Stetson University. When he leaves Os- In an Orlando hoipltal pastor, with of Shingle Rev. W.Creek P. Hank Meth., ., .

ceola High School will lose an inspiring teacher and a A native of Boone County, odiit Church officiating
leader of minds. Wilt Virginia, he had been a
young
resident of KUiimmee for the
Although we regret to see Don leave we are put three year BROASTED USED CAR SAVINGS, TOOl I

always pleased to see a person make sacrifices to He was a retired coal miner. 5 .
discipline his mind. and wa* I member of the Bap- CHICKEN '
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tilt Church Caiy, West Vir 1959 CHEVROLET TUDOR .__....__.__ 795
We encourage Don as we have encouraged others ,Inla. FREEZETrEJRn'E.IN

who leave the county to educate themselves to give Survivor Include his wife, I -. 1960 RAMBLER rOtOOR _.............._ s79S00I

serious consideration to returning to OIl<<::8Ola to practice Alma Mae .Mooney, Two --- -- --. .. 1960 RINAUIT DAUPHINE....,.............. 'aas04
daughter, Mr Geneva Cabell,
his profession Klsaimme and Mr' .Janice 6COR6I STUART Pretext 1960 CHivtoirr SEt AIRE ____ no25"795C
Evan. Savannah, Georgia) ..-"' 01 CORONA i.

11IE two brothers Freeland J. ADDIN0MACMHrl 1960 CORVAIR COUPE ....?.._..._.......

.II.IRBmll.ee 'fIU.otto Mooney and Alfred Mooney. eec 1959 fOlD COUNTRY SEDAN _.. __ 179501
two .liter. Mr*. Audi .Jar- enalKf s -
rell and Mr*. Maggie Price, I art
AL CODT DAVID WEST BOB CODY all of Madison West Virginia) HaaatiB.ii >*" < i -aMift. .ftuassmaasmm
IMbllaker. % Edit* Editorial Dinner also two grandchildren. Savonowonamddl.-slrefsirtanLthStsmaysteecarwtsporta.: Then cool down with an Air Conditionar -

Funeral ervk* were heldat .jxwed by ever 6 billion owner-driven mriesf
A JOHN H. PERRY NEWSPAPER 10:30 am. Tuesday from I car feel quality Wo Install and service at

the Crtuom Chapel. with theRe Low
Second flail postage paid at Post Office at Klsslmraee. Florida *, C. H. Eiland. minister of Prices.
MT41. Pwbllihed every Thursday at Stewart! A enue and the First
Baptist Churth -
offlclatlng.
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Telephone 147-2881. Mail A4d..1P.O.
auiited.
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General ael"n"'", Used on open rate of .01 per agile lint were Menr. Charles ass Ih.e.e..rreI r I
Local adrertltlng baaed on open rate of .68 per column inch. Brown, alike Bruno Troy usew AUTREY MOTOR CO.
witt adjuUnnt 'or consistency and volume. Clauified..- Croee, Chart' Tucker, Pete she .'wiaw ssasela
rertlalnc .OS per word, lUaalfM display under contract at '1.11 Tupl.. end Glenn Zippriaa. Interment t
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Camping it becoming evermore when camping meant just that meals for her Urea children
popular aa a form of camping in tents or ham- and husband and J jest withes
d family vacation and Klsslm mocks, the SmoVejr Mountainswere vacations could last longer at
me families are no exceptionIn popular and often the she Is never ready to come
By Betty EbjLt J. A. Balding plant to leave taking advantage of Ma areas designated for campingwere home when their time II op.
ttr. this weekend for Illinois where relaxing and inexpensive filled from the time Not only It this an Inexpensive -
'1. Col. and Mr William 0 he will spend several weeks method school closed In the Spring vacation but as the Mil.
Preston and aon One have visiting his aon. Several I years ago, eveniw until It opened in the Fall lens said the daya can be filled
moved to KiMimme Dr. and Mrs. J. Z. Schmidtand Now, with
, capon the ... the use of the with fun exploring the many
Colonel't retirement from the family are attending the camping trailer which it more mountain trails, fishing In the
18II Army at Fort; Bennlng on June World's Fair In New York. or less a luxury to the summer mountain streams and just relaxing
30 after mort than SI years of Byron and Gail Hileman of camper, the parks art In the cool mountain
service. They art now redding Gainesville spent the weekend r OpinionsOn even more popular. air
'. at 1712 Wilt Vine Street pendIng here visiting their parents. Fr. Wendell Hainlln his
a completion of their new Parah Clark and her sister, Library wife, Betty, Susan, 8, and John
home at Lake Cecile. Prior to Ruth Nelson, have been enjoying rt'' i ia 15 months have just returned "Every person who Invests
IIr
hit retirement Colonel Preston a visit to New York City from such a trip that took In well-selected Real Estate
war awarded the Army Commendation and the World's Fair. A card DifferThe them to New Orleans, Hunts- I I. a growing eertlo of aprespereas
Medal. During I from them stated th.t.. large yule, Ala., Black Mountain, N. comaianltr
lacat World War II he served with aa the Fair la they ran Into women of Klsiimmee C. and the Smokies. adopts the aurevt and safest
ats the Fourth Infantry Division the Buts ont day. seemed to have mixed opinionsof method of becoming led>
Id and participated In five major Anne Hanklnt la back at her the Hart Memorial Library While this Is not their first pendent, for real estate. lathe
q- campalgna. Among the numer- Job at the Gaiette after spending and Its facilities camping trip it war a new adventure basis of wealth"
t out decorations and awards ht a week in the hospital.Mrs. A Gazette reporter was on having a baby along, THEODORE ROOSEVELTWE
received art the Silver Star, William C. Dow left the streets Wednesday asking Betty's biggest problem was AGREE!!!
Bronze Star, Belgian Fourragerrt this week for a visit )I. Has. the question "What additions feeding the baby during the We can fill your Real Estate
'k.'I and Combat Infantry ardiville, Conn. would you like to see at the middle of the night Probablythe needs See tt* before decidlag,
'III, man'i Badgt. Or I. will be a The Tiller girls, Virginia\ present library'" hlghspot of the adventure
aenlor at Oiceola High in the war the visit from a black W. H. Moue
Mary and K. T., are on the About ten of the woman Corp.
, FaU. road again, this time driving asked about the library said bear who took a liking to their Realtors
a Mary Lou and Melvin Gentry up to Indiana via the Smokey they had never used It. Those water supply
and children arrived Tuea- Mountains.Mr. who had, and their commentsMrs. The Steve Millers also took Florence G. HarneU Assoc
d day to vitit Mary Lou'i par and Mrs. Deb Hefner of were a camping trip this summer Herb G, Daalel Assoc
, enta, Mr. and Mn. Owen God the Greyhound Bus Station STRATFORD TRIFLE as British as Shikeiprare. Jean Kellaher, "I use with their three children. 323 Broadway-Klialmmee
Ife win. They will return to Pilot have returned after month's the library and I think It Is their first venture, but definitely Call 111.3113Exclusive
Hill, California next week vacation. They drove out to very necessary In every town not their last for they Agents for
where Melvin will continue California, visiting points of Stratford Trifle FittingFor 1 think they need more reference found It to be completely re. lieavtlfttlFalrlawn
his pastorate until January interest enroute.On books concerning KIssimmee. taxed with fun filled days, Manor Estates
when the Gentryi will lease the birthday list this ." They stopped at Little Ocmul-
for a four year assignment aijnitaionariei week are Bob Schmidt, Emily Shakespeare's Birthday Mrs Catherine Men, "I gee State Park near McRat,
to Indonesia Bait .Martha Smith, Rick think there it room for more Georgia, Codes Cove In the
Rev and Mrs B. B. Wil- Thomas, Raymond Yates, A- layer twice. adult fictional reading. Smokier and Elkmont Park IO DOE
Cool Repeat
Shakespeare probably never ding. slightly pudding.
Mrs. Nina "ThereIs Joan said It
llama and family art enjoyinga Charles Dixon, Hank Partln, until thoroughly Johnston was a perfect vs.
heard of Jim-Jam MickeyCakes 2. In large glass serving S. Refrigerate
a nice selection of children'sbooks. cation with the exception of
weeks Yates Carte,
two vacation. They Yancey Myrtle
but Jim-Jam Cakes dish, place a layer of JlmJ.mqu.rten chilled, about I hours.
Is nice bathing and found
The library they the
I.e MortlandJr. very
will attend a Methodiit meet Charles Curry, John with
I.s. have heard of Shakespeare. sprinkle with one Just before serving, top
;
at Junaluika, N. C. and then Curtis Beaton David Barker for a town of our sine It will mountain streams too cold for
That's why they're appearingIn third of the sherry and top whipped cream. Decorate with
will Just take time to get It built a thorough job.
visit in Pennsylvania Darrell Carte, Susanna
,
s.d this typically English des- with one-third of the fruit. almonds and cherries "
Washington and Maryland before Deak, Deborah Staats J. W up. The Sam Lupfers look.
sect concocted to celebrate the Pour on about a third of the Make eight to ten servings Mrs. Charlie Few "From are
1, returning to Kiisimmet. Wynn, Earl Draggoo, Tommy bard's 400th birthday anniversary Ing forward to their second
I. Mall y n t Makinion and Galloway, Fred Coned Lola this year. They simply what I understand, they've" trip which Is due In a coupleof
daughter Bonnie will leavtMonday Norris, Tom Tate, Beulah done quite a bit already, weeks, They In theSmokirs
'. wanted to get Into the act! canto
Mrs Earleen Roberson, "It
by plant for Hunt Sally Cooperrlder, Su and are sold on the
. Europe Combined with vanilla pudding -
' where they will spend several Ian Shore, Margaret Lanier, sherry, mixed fruit and : doesnt stay open long enough. whole Idea Barbara finds It
I think that la rather Incon.nnl.nt.
week touring the various Lloyd Gene Rolls, Henry Pa,. whipped cream, these Jim-Jam great fun cooking relaxed
countries and visiting pointiof tin, Mark Eldrldgt, Mary Mickey Cakes are the foundations W" ..... iij iijThe reference. Perhaps material we could" use
interest. Black, John Rohde, Jane Halt, of a new recipe called more Mrs "W.Ju.t .
Norma
r j Wagner,
Julia Sharpe, Phil Lucas Jim Flowers Fer All Oeeaaloaa
e Sarah Clark It showing her "Stratford Trifle. It Is aa need a IIbr.r,."
Smith Bill Ramsey, David . ,
houseguett, Mill sweet as an English sweet < '
Audrey ,
1I : Mrs. Mary Davis, "One of Riedel Motors
Southgatt of England, the Knechel, Boots Of stein, Julie should be, and might even be .. the reasons I quit going was ELLIE HUGH'SFLORI8T
Eastern states They will stop Graessle, Nfl Phillips. Best called "A Midsummer Night's the hours. When you're workIng .
off at Highlands, N. C. at wishes to each of you. Dream"-and a good one at Caiette, Klssimmee, Florida, July 9,1964-Page Fir you don't have a chance 11 EMMCTT IT.
SS 147-4111
Mr. and Mrs Bob Schmidt Hreadwsy
Williamiburg, Va., and thenon that) to go during the da,."
to New York and the Fair spent a delightful weekend in In fact, Inasmuch as it will Mrs Millie Let Alderman, ---------
before Mill Southgatt /leaves Sanford as guests of Mr. and appear In Act III, or the dinner "1 haven't been In, but from
by plane for England. She Mr. Bob Schmidt Jr. and sons, scene, at many family Barbara Thacker Feted what I can gather, It It very
has been teaching in New Zealand Billy and Mike. tables this season there will nice and serves the communityvery
for the past three years. Mrs. Charles (Daisy) White be few exits before every bite well."
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip D. Waier and children left this week for of Its rich goodness is con At Bridal Luncheon
) and daughters Elisabeth a vacation In South and North sumed. Or should wt call it

and Nan of Washington Indiana Carolina She will be joined at "All's Well that Ends Well" Initiating a series of parties Mrs Russell Thacker, Mrs RI. full te Mud. lee to reiekreHUNTIillOS.
visited the Gaylord Palmers the old home place by her sisters Stratford Trifle honoring bride-elect Barbara ley 8. Miles, mother of the Dr, and Mrs John Horace Roo regret tx
here this week while and their families for a 1 package (SI 01.) regular .
Thacker, whose wedding to
groom-.lecti) Mrs H, Nelson that to the serious illness
cttdingly owing
reunion. vanilla and ,
touring the state on vacation. pudding pie Steve Miles will be an event of +U--L
Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Palmer filling August was the luncheon given Makinion, Mrs. Eugene Spain,
8tnnl the of
art leaving this week for fl| cups milk by Mrs. Louis Tarcal and Mrs. Edward Rohde, Mrs. Lea C tc'dat' i of Judge John f. on wedding

their summer cottage atSpring TalkGiVcrt I teaspoon almond! extract Mrs. Jerry Ivey on Friday, ter may, Mr*. Earle Schmidt, ( their daughter Judith Anne Rao to John
Bay, Ontario, Canada. 4 Jim-Jam Mickey Cakes cut 'July' Ird. Mrs. Duncan'McFarland, Mrs. Cl'1RD
Mrs. W. E. Knowles Is vscationing By Foreign In quarters The Industrial Park Club Harry Dale; Mrs. Wllllim Francis Bennlion Jr., on July 11 th' In St.
at her former home In 1 cup sherry was the scene for the delightful Willis, Mrs. Alice Martin, Mrs
Pennsylvania She also expectsto t cups (2 12-oz. pkg) welldrained part, Guests were seatedat H. G, Durrance, Mrs. Kenneth James, Orlando, has been postponed.
visit Washington D. C. and VisitorMiss thawed, frozen a long table decorated with Caldwell Mrs. Frank Kelley, CALL. .
I the World's Fair before her mixed fruitsweetened specimen roses and centered Mrs Clyde Story Mra. James
return. Southgate of whipped cream with a cluster of roses from Wilson, Mrs. R. Elmo Griffin, Parka Furniture Co.
Judge John Hudson and Mrs. England,Audrey who has been teaching 2 tablespoons toasted which rose a doll dressed In Mra. 0. 8. Thicker, Mra. CUr fee t mpt le-Milr a4 Ye fBiriMUATOe. -
Hudson will leave next week slivered almonds full bridal array Miss Thack once Thacktr of Cleirwster
for visit with their for the past 314 years In Halved Candied CherrieaI ...... .47-4 m
a daughterIn New Zealand spoke at the er wore a smart pale blue Mra. Louisa Mutter, Mra. Ray.
Baltimore Maryland and meeting of the Wesleysn Service Prepare pudding accordingto summer suit and wee given an mond Yates, Mrs. Byron Illle-
another daughter In Rochester package directions Increasing orchid corsage and a gift of man, Mrs Earle Lupfer, Mrt. ,- = -- ,, ,
Guild Monday night. ''" *
New York where Judge She la the houieguest of milk to 21 cups. Add almond lingerie by her ho........ Philip Kelley, Misses Julienne 'V: .\1',.jr ..:",.'" fflgfr ffiT", ,
) Hudson was engaged In the Miss Sarah Clark, whom she extract to cooked pud In addition to the honoree, Miles, Patty Thacker, and : t VlKemWer V
practice of law before movingto met when Miss Clark was !L ,ut'... Included her mother, Mary Jane Spelrt, .
Florida.Mr. teaching In England on the
and Mrs. James W.

have Wolfe purchased of Bethesda a, Maryland home at United exchange This Is States program her first In hit 1952-53.to the Osceola High School Honor Roll is ,

f 1636 Oak Street In Orange Miss Southgate told of her
Gardens. They visited the J. experiences In teaching physical Announced For Last Six Weeks
r R. Crandalls here in April and training at the university

upon their return to Bethesda there and of the country, Grade 9:-Billy Halt, Danny Grade 12-Jose Jardlm, Rob Grade II-Owen Arrington,
decided to move here also. which she hat grown to love McQuagge, Chris Lohmsrvn, art Kin, Foy Hoffman Joan Dean lladley, Judy Mathay' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Zeh,
While New Zealand is approximately Brenda O'Dell Connie Win.
: 703 George Street Orange the size of New Kathy Schleld Emory Tyner, Magnusion, V e III.I e Hooten, frey, Marclt Lombardy, Kathy
: Gardens, had as visitors last York New Jersey and Pennyslyvanla Linda Schmidt, Charles Swat- Karen tiensel, Kathy Anthony, SchaU, Sandra Warden, Dee
week Mr. and Mrs. William its population is only low., Susan Warden and Judith Robert Msgnaghl Earl Johns, Hopkins, Kay Dunlap, Rani
: Urich and daughter Beverly, 24 million, Miss Southgatesaid Robertson Sheila Daniels, Gale Boyd, Sue Early, Peggy Armstrong,
: also Miss Jeannit Harris, all and the majority are Grade Clark I Jimmy Pless, Johnny Hawk, Susan Schleld and Jane Rib-
: of Kansas City, Kansas Mr*. easy going, relaxed persons 10-Wesley Sandra Adams, Millie 1. Douglas I 17-
, : Urich Is the daughter of M(. satisfied to let progress come Steve Thacker, Katie Clemont, Ruth Hale, Dennis Kowal- Grade It-Edward: Carter,
I and Mrs. Zeh. They left for on Its own and not pushed. Linda Cole, Barbara Punsalan, ski, Bruce Schnlttler and Jose Jardlm, Robert King,
: home Monday, The south island is madeup Pam Goodrich, Roilyn Coold Susan Hale Peggy Harrtlson, Fey lloff.
: Mr. and Mrs. Don Brown. In the most part of remote David Allemeier, Tommy Da D.c.TBuuh Colburn, Simon man, pat Laulter, Joan Msg laaI r
will I leave this week for Ohie areas, with a beautiful, spectacular vld, Frank Koxna and Teresa Terrell Jo Carduna Burgess cusses Linda Moak Joanne
: where they plan to spend several mountain range, called Noe. and Judy Powers Walker Stalllonls, Venlse Hooten, Karen ,
1 : weeks. the Southern Alps. Grade II-Marsha Moore, Znd! Semester Honor Roll Hansel!, Robert Magnaghl,
I Judy Mathay, Brenda O'Dell Grade 10-Mike Hanklns, Earl Johns, Sandra Adam.,
Connie Winfrey, Marcle Lorn- Leslie Gift Nikki Ungsro, Billie J. Douglas, Ruth Hale,
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minimum 75 NOTE NEW ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER
Memorial Hoipital In
PHONE 847-3524 ONE BEDROOM Also trailer trailer forrent GOOD VALUE Orlando Also many thank for Classified Display (with. 1600 W VINE )[VINE AT TMACKWJ)
miles Ipar. Eight Well planned home for retire the nice card which I received out border): centered 8 PHONE (47-4431
from
McCoy Phone 847
4005. ment Priced below valuation. and may God bleu each one point lines count as 4
-------- Include Range, Refrigerator who signed It. Sincerely, Mr. words; 14 point lines count
FURNISIIED TWO bedroom and 2 air conditioner Screened'' Jennie Woodward, St Cloud. a* 6 words; 18 point line
apartment Downstairs $45 porch for outdoor living, nicely count a* 8 words, 24 point
CARD UP THANKSTHE :
month. 304 S. Dillingham In. landacapni lot 705 Oak St. In line count a* 12 word.
FAMILY of Ralph Ed.
quire 203 S, Clyde Orange Garden $600
Call ward Yates wishes to thank PHONE M7-2MI\
-- Come In or ll 1
FOR RENT. $47.50 MONTH Florence llarnett everyone for the many thought DEADLINE j
FREEDOMHas two bedroom fuinlihed house or Harri Daniel, AMOC. with ful) deed during their recent Tl'ESDAY NOON

r near nice lake. Cool, comfortable, W. H. Morse Corp. bereavement
pleasant living Adult
CARD OF TIKNKS:
Never Rtferencea. Eddie Clement Realtors WE WISH to express our deep EmploymentLADIES
Tropical Park 847-2881 323 Broadway, 147-3133
and sincere appreciation to OVER 40. Do like EATING
-- ---- you
Exclusive agent for beautiful Mr. NUN Rigg and her kind
Been Free PARTLY FURNISHED to talk to people If *o come
one Fall-lawn Manor Estates Lot
end staff at The
bedroom sympathetic see me and I will\ pay you for It.
apartment plus a
icnwned in porch $50 month DESIRABLE BUILDING loU Pinedale Nursing lion.. for the $25 a week to start 20 hour. 12
And *e g't! .' ............_, M gwwrevily N. Includes on llughey and PorUge For wonderful car they gave our W Dakin St. Kissimmeo S:30- GAS
,....d "..... HI by mr f.'o...... It ....,..... today ROD electricity Mabl 421 Mbtwtte details write owner 1737 Rooae- Mother during her five month 10:30 ant. /
is ........1, n II w.. In 1774, or >ette 847-4517 vest YptiUntl, Michigan, :I with them. Frank and Harold

.....,......" .Imvrontt .(...'", b.I....e <... tfinl I Woodall, kfssimmee: Lanni AGE NO barrier I need three For clean odorless" even heating you Just cant
InWom *. plan. row .....1..... In ...f .> Am.ri<.'i Real Estate For Sale RETIRING? Jones. Orlando; and Maryada men to help me In my business. Improve on Green' fuel Ca heating applUncet!
.... New Mexico.Services Commission to start 12
wltlandlng < "'peI"' U see w y I* guard In I Spear
patbabs0L See 707 G.orre Street Orange I W. Dakia, Klasinme IJO- Whether you chooo central heating, vented wall
y..e CORNER PROPERTY Garden. Reduced to allow for for Sale 10:30: am.LADIES beaten,
WI WOULD IIKI TO II YOU AOINT Planned for comfort,beauty and redecorating., Air-conditioner+ Range, Autom.tlcW..hr. Refrigerator I OVER 10.1 need two there U no heating like (a* heating with :
Larye
easy care room,
TOE BIG DIFFERENCELUPFER'S equipped kitchen, central heat.fully Nicely landscaped lot WELL KEPT carpet show the ladies to help me in my busi Green's Fuel Gas. ;
Urge Fla. Room, all custom Come In or call result of regular Blue Lus ...... 20 hr. week. Salary $25 to
made Florence Harriett or tre spot cleaning. Rent electric tart 12 W. Ki..I......
drape, t large bedrooms I'I Dakin. GREENS
m bath. Better than a new Harri Daniel" Assets. with ihampooer. $1. Parks Furor'tore. 1:30.10:30 a-m. i iMWC FUEL )
borne Fine .l
neighborhood W. H. Morse Corp.
I
$17.000 :&-F\"LL TIME Die
Contact Florence llarnett or Realtors InstructionLEARN vteioa Msaagvr wasted for THE Waluhat GAS
''l Harris Daniel) AiMdate with 323 Broadway $47-3133 Con Cwoasetic Mast have car,! ,
Exclusive agents for beautiful BARBERUSG phone,experience in Direct Sotting. .
Insurance Agency W. H. Morse Corp.Realtors FairUwn Manor Estate Lot Insure your future i I. a well-, Opportunity \1a11a tM. PARKS FURNITURE CO. :
paying profmsto Day and Salary For interview, write D.II
1918-1964 FOR SALE HIGHWAY night cUsse, V A. approved I'Cat Pa Boa 7471. Orlando., "See Us For Your Gas Appliances"
' 323 Broadway, 4T-Jm FRONTAGE. City block 240ft OrUa4 Barber College Fla. gtving\ mum of putt
. 12lroadwCly-Next To Th. Bank$41.4111i Exclusive Agent for Beautiful M Hwy. 441. Soon to .. foot am 8. Oraa.. Blmies Tr. experietwe.t Dealer opening _I KISSIMMUI ST. ClOUD
Falrlawn. Manor Estates Lot lane, $75.00. Call 147-1023.' GA 84318 part-bate also ..n11aWa.l.. 47-4171 '.17011r. }
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Finishing Touches Being Put on New Hunt Brothers $20,000 Warehouse


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Will House

The County Agent Reports Wholesale Sales TaxReceipts


I 30th Store Fixtures Ile UpOsceola
Sept. is Deadline for .-

Landscaping It .11 that remain County lalet tai
Agriculture Gas RefundBy to be done to complete ... receipts were up hi June over
Hunt Bros.' new warehouse May at well ai above the UK
Jim Smith Most located on Central Avenue. receipt for the time period
County Agent office The 1,600 foot 11'..... Th Gai last .
supplier have sUmp coverIng square tte Klssimmee, Florida, July 9. lM4-r fe Seven year.The
Farmera are reminded that house will be used for office elate ai a whole was
itaUment to
September 80 i* the deadline the above pace II well it wholesaling GAS down for June see comparedwith
TAX
Invoice COLLECTIONS '
place on purchase CITRUS COMMISSIONTO
for filing for refund
on gaso store fixture Pete Hunt, who DOWN FOR May
line used for agricultural purpose All Dairymen In Oaceola owns the $20,000 building with JUNE DISCUSS ADVERTISING In Oiceola County sales tax
during the test 12 County have been invited to hit brother AI, Mid the building Oaceola County collection on Consumer advertising plan receipt were $138,002, for
month. Don let the deadline attend a meeting in Gainesville it full of counter, will gasoline tax war down for and the merchandlilni pro. June In May, 1964, they Here
slip up on you. Form 2240 can at McCarty Hall Audi cases, showcases and other June In comparison with May tram for the 1964-85 season 137,161OJ and for Jun., leGS
be secured at the County: torium beginning at 1:80 July fixture for stores. but higher than the same will be presented to the Florida they were 33,887.10.
Agent'a office and cover the 7. This meeting i* being conducted The building hat two office period a year are. Citrus Commission during The total tax collection for
period July 1, 1963 through by the University and and a display room. Hunt Collection on the .T cent per a meeting scheduled for 10 the combined 67 counties eto
June 30, 1964 will deal with marketing. All Brot. will UM the building for gallon of gasoline tax was $60,. am today alt of the 67 counties dropped
Two graded feeder calf tale Dairymen are urged to attend. office space and will rent 860.87 for June. In May, 1964 The unusually heavy agenda from 120,12330356 In May to
will be sponsored by the Florida Parathion oil.chlorobentl- pace.. collection amounted to $61,- for the commission today begins $11,28I1II1UO for last month.
Cattlemen' Association late I* preferred for control of Lee Gravel Construction Co. 292.12 and in June, IMS collection at 9:SO a.m. with a meetIng -
this year. The first will be mealybug, whitefly, scale spider built the warehouse with the were $5094012. of the scientific research
held at the Glade Livestock mite, rust mite, and assistance of Mitch Plumbing READY FOR t'SB-Hunt Bro. new wareboa em Central Art, These collection run one committee At 1:80: p.m., the Patronize Your
Market on July 31, 1964. The greasy spot Use 1.5 pinta of Co. and Taylor Electric. I. BOW ready for via, according to Pat Bunt It contain office month behind the month the commission I I. to conduct a I NaborhoodR
second tale will be held at the parathion 4 liquid (or equiv- Hunt said he expects hli and storage space. (Photo by Ebj) ri sea told public hearing
Gainesville Livestock Market a lent) and 2.S pint of chlor- wholesaling business to coma I!I-
on August 7, 1964 Both will obensilata 25% liquid (or from all over the itat*.
begin at ':30 p.m. For further equivalent) per 500 gallon of Already several! people have
information call the County 0.5 per cent oil .pra). Ethionoil inquired about the space and t,.
A rent's office. can also be need (3.75 pinta material, he laid.
The first annual deciduous ethion 4 liquid, or equivalent,
fruit short course will be held in 600 gallon of 0.5 per cent
in Gainesville October 21-22, 011)). Thorough coverage la essential TOM L EVANS WILL
ATTEND SUMMER CAMP
1964 The program will commence
at 10 ..m, on October Earlier this summer, cattlemen Marina Reserve Captain
21 and end with a field trip to visited a planting of lind- Thomas L. Evan of Klsslrame -
the university horticultural sey 77 (Sudan aorghrum crops) It scheduled to attend
ground around C p.m. October at Dr. A. E. Whaley' ranch. annual summer training with
22. Those Interested In peache This crop was about six to 10 Marina Attack Squadron 144 i
should attend. inches high on May 22. Todayit at the Marine Corps Air Station ,. .-
New publication available will rang from eight to 12 Cherry Point, N. Coo from
through the County Agent' feet in height Growth bar July 19 to August 1.
office which have been recently been excellent considering dry Capt Evans serves aa admlniitrativa -
I printed are: ((1)) Circular weather that we have experienced officer for the b
193 D, "Commercial Vegetable Cattle are now graiing "Flying Caton" during regularly
Insect and Disease Control this field and It I* hard to scheduled monthly week-
Guide"! ((2)) Circular 213 "A find them. end training
Home Gardener' Lawn Insect L-- Builderat
Control Guide"! (3)) Circular Community
221A,Turfgrasi Diseases and $tQV1df
Their Control". Any of these We Specialize
_
can be secured from the County
Agent' office. In Prescriptions i
Orden for pine seedlings work
from the Florida Forest Sere
ice will be accepted until October
1, for 1964-65 planting. CompareOur ee
Application blank are available \ r
at this office.

':: been Recently received many regarding calla have tax fl TT may not SEEM very Important.,just one little purchase t

: exemption certificate for PricesOPEN JL you make over the counter In some store, But it makes you

.: In seed farming, feed operation and fertilizer Quoting used O.cwae l"f an active Community Builder. .because the growth and pros

: from Section of Rule 318-1.87 pertly of ANY area is determined by the sum of the large and

.: furnished by the Florida Revenue small business transactions that take place within it, When its /
Commission-The Statedoe
: not furnish the printed 7 DAYS A WEEK Trade Volume goes up so does the strength; of Its schools, its jf'f./
.
form to be executed by Farmer churches, and other civic facilities, and its business firms
: purchasing item under Hours 8:30 A. M. To 8:30 P. M.
: rule 318-187 Therefore the can offer better service, and a better selection of goods.
I following statement Is tugirested Sundays 9 A. M. To 7 P. M.

I I "This I I.as to certify being appropriate.the property" ["Dick"! -. Padgett Owner] .. And II since your everyday buying makes you a Community .. '..

o covered by this order i I. for .. ...aA-..' J. pullder/ Isn't It, jrjiart to do your building In YOURjOWN I
I use exclusively by a farmer community. 10 YOU can enjoy the benefits of It? 'V J u
or a farm owned, leased or
I "hare cropped by him In plowing
I planting/ cultivating or
: harvesting crop and I* subject
: to Imitation/ or exemption PADGETT'S PHARMACYCorner
I under the provision of
Rule 318.1.87 of sales tax

:: specific regulation question Anyone about having this ST. CLOUD St. Cloud Hiway PHONE A Indiana 892.2518 Av. .. IT PAYS TO BUY FROM YOUR NABOR

section of the tax rule can get
: this.-!information from the I



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G tett Klulmmee Florid, July 9. 1964 feet; thence from a tan art appraisers and make such Order Inn no 1171 Illl of IT. PAVLt LUTHERAJWeet "IS1.05'fe.t: theac. run South 00'$117" Connor
Page. Eight-The I I 1411'01.' Baal, aa tha deems proper All Adelaide Park W'sbeter (1(011CM. Sac Ill sell thsnce runPOlIIZ1raOlNlIN Doyle :

run rlVIO.v alongaald partlra fur:. suit and all par 110 Broadland Road PARCEL Ho. 505.1Se :

angle of MlFl4. ties interested mar appear sad Atlanta I. Georgia I 'ON _. &: f1t
the 10lh of A. tlrv .
day North
.
LEGAL NOTICE IMI, to how A.uot, t D end 'curve: 41.IOf.ot.to sooth the ba heard at tba time and place PRO DO 117,1.1520.1501. 11.1scucrioc ".ATI"LA IIOAI OI"1Y. feet rua to the le cad 0568"of thla i Be Careful I
of
interest or Han you, or any d.l.nl.d.each of you. here STATS BOAt) a.SPtySc1000t.A line deecrlptlonContalalBg .
Ire .0.111.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT you, have la and te the tbovs'dqsoribed 1"1" bagfiuTlaTef of bl commended to appear (*iVT4TY DRAOI ..KENTWfiTa8 'UHur feet

or TH lands and show cauaa .... th acony. to the I DSe'nIP'rlOSPARCEL C.'I accuSe) IO" I. .
th Of
Nortfceaat lag an Anawar L &
should not betaken p.llo"h.r.to'or of .
why the name area Mctlfly
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, any and h..I. radius of filed In this NO 115.1, 115.1 ((8 II
for the and W.
,
purpoaaa .
IN AND FOR "' Court on RIGHT OF WAYThit
FLORIDA sat forth the r'/tol filed 0.0 'li; .1-.1 of AumL of That part ofThe OWNED BY:
OBCEOLA
CyUNTT. a c.ntr.a I the 10th day A part I 8DIY
L.AW NO. 'WITNESS and the 141010. "a diatanc. of"file.?l 1114. to show what right, 1 I The SW'4 of the NW'L. SectIon BWU of NWU, Section II.Kwnehlp I.J DIJ. ; Another appearance of the

OF STATE FLORIDA ROAD DEPARTMENT Seal of this my vrr'o'l this 30thda run teet North to the l and*41.of II"cures Sent; thesis die. Inl..t. .or In/.n 10V. lbs or any abovedeaarlned II,Bait TownshiP; aicapt tl a South strip. of RangeII load ; Butb Rang I := J.byTAKE drw Attoraey Medfly in the Miami area laW;
a you
an :' .. A. D. .. tanca of tit. feet to the Southaaat lands and ahow cause *0 feet wide being I* feat wide ; lying within 10 feet Bonthe.iterly Dl.". In Mir U a reminder that

.t.r11'd'' RAY cornar of Htctlon I |1, town why the same .b.ual not b. on each aide of the center line and lying within It feetNorthweatarly tloa of TakIng: bean In eternal vigilance it the price
.nd ahlp II South Rants II East and the .01 purposes if th. road bed of the former i of a ditch survey the above-styled cauSe by thePotittosers ]

OBCEOLA COUNTTft 't nSOTLu tha and of this aurvay line da- eet'forOi In u.. ..Uto. fled main tract of the Atlantis line d..rlbe.follow: the acquiring authority w* must pay to protect Florida .
PolitIcal awMlvlilen et the acrlptlon ; e Co..t Una Railroad pint on tha ef theae proat.tr', of sericulture from
ponlbl
Btate of Florida, BTa: / 5 ORB Tha lad b..11 deacrlbed con- W'11 my Hand and the Florida Mldl"nd compa".1 lIne of It. Town the taking of da-

retlllonere, b'RwDBty tamp aquara f..t (I.ITacraa Court on this tlth peld tract of (and:) ship II South Rang East, a scribed lands b.fv.tm:1 r ravages by imported peiti
.,. ). mora or laaa. A. D1114. I lyIng within. Ii feet Northerly dlatance.of of $67.70 tout Southerly set forth In thtacauaa A few cot
HELEN BUMBT .t at MURRAY W. OVIR8 OWNED BY: Cyrus K Rlckal Y aid Beet erly and lying' withIn I Northwest erno there via.. Ae way for a montb ago we a
County Alorn. Jr.. and wife Bonnl. HlckeU &LO'Hfu' THB CIRCUIT lit feet southerly and Waaterlyof of! said point a curve. portion of State Road ..II* IsOsceola tear .of tbs Mexican

Ntmc"oV RULE RIdI III.r.llorld. Oitt'l'l S Pnaae-sea AND FOR I the aurvey line of State Road concave to the Southerly with County. Florida, and fruit fly, another unwanted
NOTICE Of BMINBNT DOMAIN STATE ROAD .-*. OHCBOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA Section IIIIO. aald survey a radlue of HID.01 feat: thanca that the Honorabls Frank A
PHOCBBDINO: I .nd OC'KOLA ('0(1!NTT I "' '.' 1.10.. aa followaiBagla \ from a tangent bearing of South Smith, one of the Judgaa of true..!, were dlao.r in
IN THE NAME AND BT THB ACK W. PIERC DKItHIPTIONI iHORI TYJOTSSEAL at a point on the Wet 14-0710 Beat run Boutheaatarly Circuit Court I la the Ninth Judicial torn imported

AUTHORITY OF THB STATEAOMrr.tATOON. lolland Buldln. SaD no' ( ) line of SectIon II along said curve through a Clroult of Florida, will oa eltlt.
OF FIAR11)At. .. KIFORTHB RIGHT W. Mouth. Range II East: 11770 feet central anile of I4'01'1l", a die. th tlnd day of July A D Whenever one of these de-
rETIFLORIDA MURRAT
'J'O 0J CUNIEI Tb South .'J.I:1T III County Attorney OVER8TREET JR south of the Northwest corner of tanc of III.1* feet to the end of 5:00: clock I A. M, the tmctiv Insects mak its sppearance >
CERN. and to nil pereone end TIONIR said Section It; said point being aald curve! thence run ceola County Courthouse at KJaelmmaa .
July 1. 5. ,,. ?. ?? Monger Ito BroadwayKleelmmee BUlb both lUt and federal .
partial claiming, or havingany Land Bubdlvlalon, re. Florida on a curve ron. .. to the Bouth100I n.I'n" East 'OUI' feet Florida eonaldar said

right, title. lrr.,10Iia mortgage -iH THE COUN'17JUDOR .. ..'Jmp-:Book I, page 77. .nd erly and having a radius of BROINNINO,' Thencerun Declaration of Taking, appointappraiaore official cooperate in
or ether thoeecertain Oaraola CounTha JACK W feet! thence from a tang South 114441 Waat, loo and make such Order quick
parents of land herelnaf. OCeOtA: CU 1 fUblo Holland PIERC ,nt bearing of South 5407'lO" feet and to the end of thle aur- .the Court deem proper All acton t prevent a pop

irt deecrlbed and the following .CU land herein con. TalIah .., Florida Eaat run Boulh.'el, along roy line deacrlptlon parties te the suit aad all partial that would

par.on.. together with all on.known NO. 1114 talon II,000 ..erlba ( 11 OF COUNSEL. FOR THE PETTIONERE. !- said curve through a anfla CONTAINING 1140 feet lateraated may appaar and require
.qla co.tly
pereone claiming by, ESTATE OFBRANTA acre), more 0:1 usa, elclu.'iye of of 14'Sl'OI" a distance of 1114 acre). mora or ". ba heard at ,b time aid placedealgaated. measures t

through or under known per- IN RE: D. SINCLAIR ares In uzisting ro,,". July I. .. 10. Ii. 14 feet Ift-the end of thecurvet alve of road right of way erldielt.
ton who ara dead or who are BJ: TEPHEH A.mt I thenclrun South 171117 It la agreed that the drainage Tao and each of you are hereby California
dead allvaiB4TIOM Deceased .JI distance or IO0 no I..t to herein commended to appear by filing Ot I new program
sot known to b. or NOTICE OF and wife EVELYN 1. TO DEFEnD East a provided for will not beobntruct.d
.. << ._... INTENTION TO MAKE the NOTICI of th* Ninth the beginning I of a curve concave by ,future develop- an Answer to the Pstitiosber.tofors li getting underway t
11 I Clr"ul Curt the and havinga filed In this cauaa lath
STATE MOAt ArrLicATioM roai BUBJECT TOl AOREEMENT for County to Westerly m.nt prevent the Mexican fruit
OX-KOLA 40I1NTV DIICHAIMJBTO FOR DEED recorded In R. of CI.eul, Stats of radius of 111001 feet: thence OWNED BY: LFTTT GREGORY entitled Court o or before ,
NAMfc.1 ADDHKIIBS ALL FINAL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Book 0$ page UI I. f..0 of In Chancery. No. 1714 Ilorld. along cud rums, through a can HANHON: MARTHA the 10th d. A. D from retting a foothold I

Mary Sidney Sleffee Urctoff HARRY .a MCCALL ud PATRI. LANOOOOD Plaintiff, va PAlarkway tral' angle of 40000" a dl.l.ne WAR URTON TERRIL: 1114. to show what right, 11.1 that state It will the .
Station I, Aaan point NOTICE: U HEREBY I CIA T. MAL. his wife TRICIA AI'JN LANI000D Dofendant. : of Illlll feet to the tfcu" OREOORT WARBURTON Bl I Interest or lien you, or .

Aetna Ouam that Murray W 'OIVI, II NOTICE TO DlnND.Th. thence run South llt aa Ancillary AdmUilatratora of you, have 1 la and to the above II* male technique which eradicated .

attn no. III! has filed his final' report M Ad- I STATE State of Florida a distance of '071.7 feet the Estate of Lucy A. Warbur. eacrlbed lands and Show cauee the icrewworm in Florida .
Alan W. Doyle. Jr.Quart. mlnlatrator CIA of the Batata of Vat'KOLA ('Ot'TsTyDIC5CRI1TIOS' Ann Denglood. Ill Pouth Side to the beginning of a con- ton, deceaaedSUBJECT why the aarae should not betakes
... tli.A Branta D. 0lnclalr I deoaaaad: Buffalo lo. New York. cave to th. Ea.tecly .w.having TO: OF for the uaea and purposes and the Southeast, baa

Maiwell Field Alabama that ha baa thud petition for I BRD no .05.1HORROW You are hereby "olf.1 that a a radius of 1114II feet; thincoalong ROSA INEREI Life act forth la the r.tUol filed'WITNESS been lucceiiful in the South-

J.n..f. no till. 1111 final dlacharga, and that he will PIT SuIt In equity ..* haabeen said curve through' a cantral Eute.tePE Hand sad the went, and i II expected to be in
DoyieQuertera U the Honorable O PJohaaon BORROW PIT NO. I RIOHT brought against you by .nli. of 1711 41 a distance __ my
apply .1.01
170.AMaiwell County Judge of Oacao.la 'I I000THWE1SLERLY) STATION Harry Lang good In the Circuit of 1..1. feet to the Mouth line 10"1 1. Seal of this Cour on this llth continuous operation from now

Fluid Alabama County. Florida oa the 10th 511+00 OPART) Court of the Ninth Judicial Clr-; of It. 17.1 feet OK'BO I" 'MTV day ot June, 1. .
stretch
on over long of the
SRI> no 111.I. 1111 day of July 1114 for approval of That part ofTha : cult In and for County of Oaceola Went of the .. of DEli NIPTIONI GLENN RATCLERK a

John C. Wilder same asS for< flaal dlacharta aaaiacutor WH of the IW". Section lIsts of Florida and you the 8WU of the said Section II PARCEL no. II* I OF THE CIRCUIT U. S-Mexican border. .
P. o. not ni 11 Township Bouth. hereby The lands herein deacrlbed eontalna DRA1NAQK EASEMENT COURT, IN AND FOR
of the estate of are ammon.d. o.de.d"nd For
I.nll the
many MexiI'
Ir..t. FLORIDA yean
California II Lest, OSCEOLA COUNTY
Edwarda. daceaaadThla I required your writtenanawer liONS square feat (414 LATERAL DITCH tEAS?)
el %
SRI "0. IOU D. :rl day of 'Jose, X lying within the following; boun- or defanaea to tha Complaint aeree) more or l.ee. STATION 470e5 LEF BT: /ELLANORE 6. JOWERSDEPUTY can fruit fly thr.tnr *

Mildred W. WilderP D darleaiCommence filed agalnat yea OWNED BY! LKTTT OREOORTARMI8TBADHAN8ON That part of: CLERK California fruit .'

o. Bos III u.MVRRAT WOVERITHEKT on lbs North Una, above hr.ln caoes. In the MARTHA : The NH of the SR14 of the SEAL )
Edwarda, California JR. action II, Township II Boulh office of the Clerk of the Circuit TFIIRKLL WARBURTON Mo- SWU. Section II, TownshIp II MURRAY W. OVER8TREET JR. ble after repeated Introduc .;

011*. no.... lOlls.S1SSk Murray W. veratreal Jr Range II at a point ioii.si Court In and for Oaceola : MURRAN, SUE GREGORY WAR South: Rang tl East: County Attorney tloni into Baja California in
_
AdministratOr erA of the feet Westerly of the Northeaatcornar Florida I at lha Court tr. BURTON REDD, aa lying within 10 feet each aide of lIe Broadway

TATH MOAU... Ealata .of D of the NWH Ih.rlf. aald Klolmme I Florida on er Administrator ot the Eatala a ditch survey line deacrlbad Klaelmmee, Florida and near Tijuana, just IcO. .
1MNMMMB4 eieJTYIIUtHIPTIONI Jrul. I'.e.lr. point being on a curve concaveto tore the Hat day of July, A. D. LUCY A.'WARBURTON, dereaaedHUBJECT followaOmmenca: I I and the San Diego county ..

'Ju'aVVi. II, July I. I. lilt the Easterly, and having a 1114. and to aerve a copy of .ucl TO: INTEREST of on the North line of JACK W. PIER
IRD "0. liiiRIaHI radlua of .II feet thence .na.- .. 0.- Sit anacs uoon nr>HA ARUlHTRAn-._-- nn ._._ p.._lAtt_. lbs 8WU, Section II, Township Holland The flI reach the Tijuanaarea

OF WAY N 0 T I C OJ'-INTNTOH TO from a t.nl"nl bearing of Mouth er and Tharkar. pl"lnUtr at- EalalerrrioN loUlh. Range II Faat at a Tails COUNSEL haiun Florida originating
Tka North III feet of the Bait ThE 1411'01 run Southeaelerly I. exie feet Weaterly of OF FOR TUB PBTITI prouct

lie f..t of the Went 10* feet of MAKE HOARD OF COUNTY COMM1B. along palS cures through a un..I.rn.f I'oat'orflc* Bos 117. Klaalmmea.Florida STATE _. (ha Northeaat corner thereof; NEM- in area of mainland J

lb. NWK of the NE14 of Section 0 OKCEOLA COUN ; 0010'II' a distance on or before aald date oa rat.10A i'NTYI said point being on a conIII4I July It. 16. It. 11.4 Mexico. Th* new campaign
II, Tewnehlp II South, Range II ItONIR of to the and of said fall 1 .
North TO VACATE aa required by law If you >FHIPTIONBPARCFI cave to thu W..lol, and having aerial release
It using
of iteril
Eaat Biceptlng the ., ; rue South 114117 confeaao NO. Itll
PLAT OF LINCOLN HEIGHTS to do ao, a decree pro 5 rdlu. of feet; thunco
feel of tho said tract, which li apart A WARINO AND EIIWARIIIIRE.HUIif.IVISION 41. feet to the bgldlua "- will ba entered agalnat you for RIOHT .WAT (. a 110,0' of South. IH THE COUNTY males it expected replacean
of Right of Way of ning curve concave t the demanded In the laid That ofTha JUDE'8 CURT08CE0l t
Elate o.'J't..o OF LOTS 17, : the relief part : Ea.tangl. run Southerly .
410> II II 100, AND THAT PART OF Northesslerty and haying ra. Complaint. NIb of the try of the along said curve thru a central NO oiti ep.nll. spraying program
The land herein described con- of 1110.01 feat! thence runMouthessterly hand of BWU Section II TownShip .
LOT 14 LYINO SOUTH OF THE WITNESS my aa CI.rl of 011111. a dlatanca of
.litacre I IN RE OF LOTTIE
leans It.100 square. teet .( RIOHT OF WAY ( THE A. along said curve aid CI.evl Court and ,,1 South. Ranga II Real: 1.1 feet to the end of aald ANN EATI The Mexican fruit fly I II not
) mora or leee C through a II'514" .. at Klaalmmea, Oa- within I feet Easterly of CARRO. D.c..d.
o IN 'lor"lJ .iff of lying thence run South Il'Il'SI"qeut
N..W. PiTh JOHN) W.C'. Ilg; nnJt..ION IN NIC 14 OF TilE a dliUnce :I i! ceola, County, Florida. this tlth the survey ln.: of State Road B110 cur., 107171 feet to the b'lln I NOTIB CREDITORS CRKIIirVRfTO LfcOA- preient at this time in Callfornla .
MIL.flRBI
sad lAl: : thence run South 111410 WaatIII of D 1114CU and lying ,
."_IMI SOb OF THE day June / o.ltlit. nlng of a .u. concava TEES, DISTRIBUTEES, ANDAL But grower are
f'l.
II. TOWNSHIP 01 feet to the Northeaat cor ( Ct Peal) within III I of aald Easterly, ". a radlua of '
FRttONH HAVING CLAIMS
STAlK KOMea. of Borrow lit No I and tha I ful that because of its record
ocr
SOUTH, RANGE IIEAttT OLFNN TCI.rk purvey In.. cud ou.n.. being 111II : thence run Souther ,
ttat KOLA < t'NTVDKItMIPTIONS I POINT OF HKOIVNINCI: thancarun of the Circuit Court dO rlb.1 aa folo..1! .ly f..t curve thru a central Ol I.EMANll: AGAINST SAID for crop damage In other couno
*
South Went 400 Oacaola County, Begin point West angle of 05'14'I7", '- I
.
'RD no III Ok I IlllR1UHT WAY TO WHOM IT MAY CON.. feat! thanca run : en'6l'4t"EsnI Thacker and ThackerAttorney line of SectIon It. Townnhlp II lance of 14114 fret to a r'r You notified and each and of you are 10 hereby tries, it could cause rr.atol'

of CE AL: 100 feet; run North for 11.lntf South R.nl. II Faat! 1770 fol OF BEGINNING: thence clalma roqulrd I ,pru'sunt oraitbor I if it became
That any you
part : Notlct la hereby given by J. B.Lupfrr 111110, East\01 0.f"Ji..m; \ I lCissimrnoe- sooth Northweat corner North 11111 Faat 100 feet
and I, to plat of have against thcr
of Lois Lako 1 Oclla according Katalaa; recorded Jr, also' known aa JamtaB run North 00 .Iuly .. 5. H H. 1.14nOTH said Suction II: said point being and to the end of thin survey I tha eatate you of Lottiedecea.ed may Ann Carroll. .0

In Hat Book I, I..,. 417 Lupfer, Jr.. and James EarleL.tpfsr. feat to lbs Point of on a oroncsv e 1 the Mouth. description: late of County.Horlda The new plan call for periodic .
B..ln"lntr'l
Containing 17100 I Ot.ol.
H OP of
Oactcla County Florida I Jr, and Jean H. Lupferaleo : : Arrl.U..TION erly and having radius Containing 1140 aquara feat, I to the Judge ofIda release of sterile in
((114 acres) more o FOR T tangent mlle
thence from
1IIOOD feet a III lees eiclu-
lying within III fast Southerlyand known aa Jean Hart Lupferhuaband ] 1111 : ( acre), more or paid County at Kissimrnee, Plor-
BYI I JULIA IS ; GIVEN bearing of Mouth 140710' of In road Baja California and the
lying within II (tat North and wlfa. that they Intend WNPI NOTICI .Iv area right of way within all months on
JULIA A. KEN Dhelton the .I.nd"
to apply to the Board of Know. A. Mat run Routheeelerly along agreed that the drainage .
erly I of tha Una of SlateRoad from the date of publication California side of the border >
certificate frl j
following I
of
holder the
Mclln said County Commlaalonara of Oacao. NEUYRFrrio said curve through an- herein provided for not ba ot claim,
8 110, IIIIO. I a'd'l.unca wi this Notice
Mao-lao filed said certificate fore of at two.week Interval
haa of IIII'II" 1 obatructed from
,"rv., Una dairrlbtd .. fohn.1 County. Florida, at Ma first rl. by develop. or demand muat ba In writing -
TATH( I":" .
iusued
of tan deed to b. theruon.The feet lo end or curve; m.nl.OWNED.
lisgin I at a point on lbs Wotna .eating after the publication O.< .:01 BOAI" NTY number and and must elate the place of April Into November Rearing, ,
Klaelmmaallaaetta year thence run South Eaata BT HELEN MARY
this notice In Tha
.rlto'i.
II 1.I'n" claimant and
of Section II, Tewn.hlp dvnr. of the ba
of descriptIon of dlatanc. of 101!, to the.sdb.u.1p.4I. LACY and husband CLIFTON M iteriliiition and are >
waeki
South Rani II East: 117.70 feet for at Itait two 111'RIPIO' I.u.n. sworn to by his agentor marking

South of tha Northwest corner of or as soon b.thereat! to as vacate petituners SaD HORROW PIT tha rhlcih property. .It. ...and....the.. said Section II; said point beingon may hourd n -- -- necom. void according to ..
HORROW PIT ".;
) ot' t Agriculture Ubora
a curve concave to tha South- the >'lat of tha tbd.lol, kno.1 I. 10.IPART I us 1510.51 test: .i.alon.. TATH. IOA. .. Thla the 16th day of June. 1114e .
FKT NORTH) Certificate No. HI of---I .
any, and having a radIus of Lincoln H.llhl.. Ta Said curva through a 5M6 .
+00 llDeecrlptlon
1110.01 feat: thanra from a (... D.le 1th day of June. That of: auanca May II Mary fle of 40000 a "I.t"n. of liEns HIITIOMIPARCFL Executor of the Rotate of Sterilisation I II
pat I I of Property .II feet to the end of curvathence ; NO. till Iccompliha
.
bearing or South 140710" Lottie Carroll decaaood.Murray
gent I" The of tho ITWU of th* I DIE 1 Beg I Ann .
I J, B Lupfar Jr. R Morgan Hub Lt run South III4I West EASEMENT by use of a
East run Houthea.lerly along PRAINAOF \\ Overetreet. Jr. chemlcalln.led
Jean H. LupferFllla HK'4, Section I. Township tlHouth I I II* I' of NW Blk I, run aMl a distance of feet to lbs : RIOHT ,
aald :rrn.\WI a central. an.gie of F Davla Ranga Eaat I : 1104'. N 141, W 15)4', beginning of a 10T.7 concave to STATION 417+10 Attorney for Enecutor the Cobalt.CO irradiation me.
I a dlatanra IWEW P. O Box 411
scab feet to the and of cIrca; KI..lmm. Florid"AUo.n. lying within the following boun. Section I. Township South the Fa.lerly and having a radius I ofTht : Florida. thod used In our Icrewwormprogram. '
Petition. darleaiCimmenca: Range tl Boat of feet: thence along' suM EU of the NWU Section KI.lmmu. ,
thanca run South 171117 East 81. July I, I. II. tl. 1114 .
at the Bouthweit cor 1 Name In which ."... ; Henry .
of
June July I. % .d a Central angle II Township tl South Range
10
distance of 1014 feat lo lhaeglnnlng > _
a of ,' to I. I" ncr of tha HKU. MentIon IITownahlp Wlaeman et u. 17114*. dlatance of imi4 II Fa.tlying : Our Inspection tore In the
a cur concave .
IN THE COtNTTJIDOBB II loUlh. lUnne All of silt property being In the feet to line of .aid within I* feet each aid* of
thaeeterly and having a radlua thrnca 1111 ('ounl of Oicaola, Stale of Flor. /nulI OTIK TO IILFFND Department of Agriculture
COURTOCCEOL.A Y..t. Section It. feet Vest of a ditch survey line described aa
of ItlOOl feet thence aloni I ,
| 110 01 : thenca runNorth ida IN THE CIRCUIT COLKT OF wide
COUNTY, FLORIDA the corner of the aWl followaCommence perform a variety of
aaid cllr. Ih.OUlh a central angte t"ulh..t
NO. .n'.u.. loo feet Unless curb certificate er of ..Uon 11 on the North line of TiE NINTH JUOCII CIRC'ITI .
pf 4O'OitO a dlatanca of .0 I duties in the Interest of
10 the .. of Borrow certificates ba rudesmedsrcnrdinF FOR protecting
IN RE: FUTATB Of : .h.1 The herein de.crlbed con. Section II Township tl South
..
the
fine to curve:
thnntu run Mouth OI.II'lt" Weat MAYHEM HUOHEYDeceaaed. : Sit No 'POINT OFIIICOINNINO' ta :r..r talna 41,Ouo square feet (tin Range II E..t, at a oolnt 1071,It | til.A, HTATB Of FLORIDA. IVCHASCFRY Florida consumer .
.
Ihenca continue described I In 'rt'I or ( ofOWVM f.et Wunt of the Northsistrorsnat RAYMOND BRVvtVva .f
: more or
01111"0. of 1071.11 ,..t to thubeginnlp acr> I. Many observer feel that
"
.
a North 001117"? Weet loo feaUlhanra cerilflcatet lo the $ of the thereof sill U'LA R BROW NOTICE ,
In :
'' 01 1\ curd elect,. to It'll'41" Weet wi ', uren "BY"HFLFN NWI TO The State cf Hor
South ,
at the marketing at lighter .
(REDITOIteTo I highest > MARY point being IEt'ENI.
NOTICH
fl 'Curt' : weilht ,
.
..
the E"Itl _" tvlng a radlua .
Ida Brown, reeldenca
00' Taking"
Dla.tribute 1041 Houe* Door M to the and
of IIKeSi fSet7flianc. along aaldrurva All Credlloral gataFa' .I.olV7..t l.At'Y and husband CLINTON Fisterly arsdiua I would tend to
All Ill? Rsst, : Ihunfe In the olfh.Ar. 155I and .ddr. unknown You rduce
and l'.rnoos Her. l LACY of lOft SI feet: theacefrom .
of11lS4
through .a central anala Is t'taims or Against North It'll'41' Eaat. 100 feat to I which la the IP'IlOv 01520.7501 a tangent bearing of South hereby that a suit tonnage of beef slaughteredand

a e'inr 0iU\ oaid Eatiite: l.m.ndl the Point of BealnnlngContaining 1014 ROAII 14'IS'OI" run Southtaattrlyangla equity for divorro hss bon thus ease the on
feet to the South ITATIII : E.t. prenure
41000 equart feet Iiated this tnd day of July, Illl I brouiht againnt you by ltay.
You and each of you irs here 1.A Ot'NTYIIKM thru a central
Section U. 10n,1I footect of Old '
cattle
acre) mora or Ian.. CIRCUIT Ct'L'RT' PEAL) distance of mood Brown In the Circuit Courtof price Advoc.tl of
notified and to pre. l.t MIPTI01HPARCFL angla a
the Boulhreet curnar of the HW Viof by r.qlll.e > BY HA7KI K TOMB 00'1.1" the Ninth judicial Circuit In '
NKI GLENN RAY
/ .. such that feed
sent any da line you or I I NO. 1171 41II end of p.l'trurvol note
the paid Section IITha melurel
.llh.r of you may have scainstthe encrrsfo'4 Clerk of Circuit Court. RIGHT OF WAT ) thence run South .n'n" I and for ( .u"c:: Iltst.of .f
land hraln de.trlbed rotalna and hereby ing costs rise considerably for
I- Oaceola County. Florida Florida I you <
of 111 14
dletance feet
talata 01 Maymet Hughtyd'ceaaed tTATt ROA That part of: Fa.t a to
arm) 41000 mora or auuara Ivan foot (101 late ot Oaoeola County, UI : '' July I. I. II. II. The KHII of the NW'd. Poction a Point of 1..lnnlnl: thence run laummonad ordered and required. each 100 pound. of weight

Florida, to tha County Judge of 1I1 HIPTIOKISRD "I Township South. Rsngo South fact to fl. your wrll.n "nw. or added above
DOYLK.JR
(i\NNEI BY ALAN I : 1100 pound.
and wife JANKT Wi. DOYLE J ('a,'aola tnunty. Florida. at Kin.oimmss 1,1 IN THE CIRCUIT CURT II and to lbs end 'f"IIOU do.n.. 10 l'ompl.I'.
EASEMENT I OF TIM r'dl It I II possible trend in that
SURJIICT TO: MOHTUAUK ra He\ 'ride. within all cal IIAINAOE lying E.I..lhln .feet Eaaterly, of lln* deacrlptlotonlalnlng : I 1"ln.t. 01 I ,.
in 0, In e coder months from the data of ITC/ (ART) NINTH JUI.I"IL CIRCUIT, the of .nro'I': BIII I 7140 aquar feet .nlt.d of the the olo. direction may develop If cat :

md"rn i ,, rn'o'10l.U' j.'f< tha first publication of this hOe HKIHT IWEITI FLORIDA I ). Bectlon IIIIO, ( 111 acre), more er us., etclua.Ive : In and for Oaeeula County Fiori.d. tie numbers hold at their .
demand must Ill-fOO O8CEOLA of salnucv.y of In road right of pre*
%% JR. and wife RUTH tic* barn claim or within lit feet Westerly area war
In the Court
E,H'ih: be In writing and.mA state the That part of: of r.tOYI7 l line. paid aurvev line be- I AIHO LTIRAL DITCH RIGHT hou. at In his oUI. Florida. ent record high level,
The WH of the SW the ATE e on
of d poet ofbe ing dooorlb.d 55 follows: (WF8T 101+0* KI.lmm.
.t1'IO': .III1.1O.1I1M11: place THRE----- I ITATION bnforu diy or Augunt, The Idea of 'incentive
OAILEYTWONO pay.
OF '
.. address of the eiatmant .nd She North That
Begin at a point on part : 10' .
l'rA .tl HOAII a-nH I
tlalmant hi. SKI4, Section I Township tlBiuth Section IITownehlp The o the NWH. Section and to aerve a copy of auehan.wer ments' keeps cropping \
UIU'II.A II"VI .wurl to by II'k". : t.I eI.ldl: line of the 8W14. KH defennee Thaek up now
or upon
Range of Bouth.
the 10lc.sst II
attorney or sam II Range II. Townahlp South Rang und then
IOM
'
of and Th".k. l'ismntiffs u. way are fought
1.1. lying within II feet Weeierly .nd 0. er I
will become void according to a diatinro It 54 feet In Eaat!
SRI JllIUOHT and lying within 10 feet EaaterlyI I I 08CFOLA COUNTY, : from the Northwest within II teat utheaater- Someherein. wh opsaddrras I. to solve some of our farm

That part ofThat : 0.VAT *'This the June Hrd. 1114Maymt a ditch aurvey Una daacrlned.a i': a Political I uhdlvlalon of the corner baalerly of the NE" of the 8WHthla : Iylnl I and lying within I 10 feetNorthwe.tertv P. .a on Boo or 117 before, Florida usrequired urplui problems *1
followaCommence of FloridaPetltlonrra .
: State I.'r..d"
hI. A. ItugheyAs a curve concave of a ditch
point survey
certain four aided piece of ,, '
law to
the North of by Latest I noted ii
containJ
on ve
,
Adminiutrator 01 Estate .t In. in the Weeterly and havinga line described aa followaCommence :
land lying In the NEU of thaNVt .
lluahiy. DtceaaadFllla Township II ,. radlua of IIIOOI feet! thence on the North Una of do ao. a Decree Confe.ao ed In a Introduced
recently
of Wectlm II TownahlpII
U al, .'III he entered ,,10'1 fortI.rellrf I
Itftet you
Range n.I' at a point 171 HELEN MART LACY at ,
F. DavlaKlealmmet of SouthI'II'u6" II. II South
Hnuth, lunge II Bait eon. from a tangent bearing Section Township demanded In the Complaint Senate aimed at
Nnrtheaet cor l'efeedsnts.NOITI'E getting
FloridaAttorn.y East, Mouthenlyclung Rungs II East at a point bi
fourteen acres. mora or : .OfNW I I rnn .07. .
a.Id FIST
thereof RULE
1.lnln. Sec of : t'F butter
Adnlnl.tr.lnr. centralsngls the
for said curve tori 5 feet Weet of the around
I bounded follows:
ae hand Clerk of
W makt
linen a
tha Una beglna at the North- Jun. II. July. I. 11. 1114IS point the being Easterly on a "ury concaveto a radlua NOTICE I OF EMINENT: DOMAINI'ltOt'EEIINR of S'Iu'lS". a dIstance of ner of the N\V'4 thereof: cud sid Circuit my Court of OnreolnI 40 cent a li (

Went corner of tha NKU of the 1114,71 feet ta the end of curve: point being on a currarnsciveIn Florida and tha seal of Prop'.e
of 1114II feett thenc. from TIlE NAME ANn BY TIlE I ounty.
; IN a subsidy
NW'<4 of said Section II. entend. TIlE CIRCUIT CURT bearing of SOuth 14*. OF THE STATE I thence run South 011141 Vest, I I hl and having a ra- I paid Ourt at Klealmmee. Oeceo.la payment 15 ,
AUTHORITY
a tangent
In dlreitlonalong I a dlatanca of 1071.15 feet to the Itfe.S1 feet: thunre front ,, to 20 cent '
an Kaaterly Fl rlda an
County. on the lith
NINTH Jl/MlVlRCUIT/ 11 III runt, run Southeaeterlyalong I IDle FLAIIIIOA: beginning of a come concave, to I I" tangent of South 141101 *. I "incentv"
the Ntrth liundary cftha I .
1 aald curve thru a centraI I' TO ALL. WHOM IT MAT CON' and radius h..rlnl Hnutheaeterlv day of Jun. 114ttt for increased .
NEO of the NU of aaldSaetlon She Faaterly having a Btr
E.I. (1LRSV RAY
of 001011 distance of and to all and I I
angle CERN
a
Sorthe.nl COUNTY FLORIDA persons of feet thenca alone: aaldcurva along thru a centralangle I .
"
to the OICEO : .un.. OIlcan I H I. 1770 4111 feet te the end of said parties claimIng or having any .I.
LAW NO. central eagle of distance of
corner the NBwj( of the r a of a -- .
Circuit Court
rurva; thence run South 114117 1 I I I right title Intereat, a.tala, mort. 00..1. ----
BTATB ROAD DEPARTMENT distance of Illl.14 feet end of said I I
171141. rtunty
NWt% of Section II. thence In otkr thoaa a ('u'eole Florida
Fast 4455 14 feet to POINT OF1tlctINNlN,1 or lien to or on
a "
a Southerly dlreitlun approilmately UJ FIXR1DA I gaga feet to the Mouth In. of aaldHectlon : thenr. run South 114117rial THACKFR AND THACKERAttorney Murray W Jr
land herelnafter Onr.I..t.
of
: run certain pnrcela
point the lhn. 801ih II. Wept of I4III4 feet to a Point of
IVIO lathe Attorney
feet la a 14'lt'48" ." I deecrlbed. and the followingparaone I .071 I f.r lalntlffP fciecutor
center of lha Midland Railroad State of "ll.td and .f this .. I loaether with all I unknown the '' "nrne of the HXVV4 1..lnnlnl: th.nu'run South "' I I'. O Uox 117. )KlMlmmee Florida S'.tAilo4)i
thenca \\enUrly" along the "n.1 surcoy d..I'.1nl"I"ln. claiming I bythrough of tha dor oJ (North'eantrorne .1. 10(1 feet and 10 She July 1. I. I*. 11. Kl.almmee. Florida S
lion. .. II
Midland a point( on O/CltLA rUNTY, peraona known the > BectlonII end of thla survey line dearrlp- July 0, II. It. 10. nil '
1710 under
Square or prrone _ _
.
the Meet bnun of the NK 1'0111.,1ul.dlvl.lo. of the I aald To.n.hl Range: tlon Rtico of Ielentlnn To I
I
who are
dead
: I 111 .0r.l. more or I. who or
f..t'l I are .fon. aald feet In downtown
of the NW 1 of Section I It la agreed lhat the la n dead or aliveKmo : thence continue curve Containing U. square blake. Application For Klaelmmee. Oacaola
*
thence In dlrectleiproilmately PetitIoners, hccln beol.stroct.d not known iHVi MTATH I thru a central angl of 501013", (.II* acrel. more or leae, FInal lI.charge County city l blk apprx IIere. f
*
proyidsd not I
f.r .1 I of 41II fret to the of rn.1 right of .: 1 blk ,off
*Ito feet to the MO AII 1.055000SIOLA a dlatanca ire wayIt IN THE COIRT OF .t.i highway
loint of beginning: KTTAMAY LNI*t at. m.n.. by developOWNFDBT I <'orvrr !end of curve: 'h.no.run Bouth I la avreed-- lhat the drainageherein \ THE COl NTY JtirxlF08CEOLACOLNTY I I 17.It I tory brick .ohol .1'I

lying within II feet Northerly, of I I lH f<* JULIA A KF.NET1Y.I, IIeI'lI" Fa.l 41.( feet to provided for wi not ba FLORIDA I bldl. on alte In rapidly growing
line of Road I NiiTUK tF NIR1 PDHFIEtRo.a ot concaveto I development Central .
the aurvay Stale 1\1.1 Also Known Aa JULIA A. KEN IA"II.., the beginning obstructed by I Eslut. No 1114 Florida near Martin
B.II*, Section Illl. and lying I I NOTICE OF (jIN; INT Lu.OMAINt'R't'lCICtIN'l NKDY I the Northeaelerly and h".I"1 IV RF: THE ESTATE Plant Cape Kennedy Itml

.lhll lit feet Southerly of aald : I Add. Unkno.1. lll '. MM a radIus ot Ill,*l feet: OWNED RT: Henry 1 Park Jr: I ID. DA\IS aka 0 radios I shopping area 71*,eu* .
line, eald I aurvey line ba lTd ThE NAME TOtE oF,5.TIoq 03020tINPTOTK ) no Pteffea DegtoffBtallon long paid thru a renlralngle Loulae Thomas park; Sol hairs DAVID IIAVIC. d..o) 'I Sal by sealed bids la hlgheet I
log described aa follows: 1 1n..I" I JAUTHOHITY U.AnJB BTATBTo'lALLllWAIOM RIU. '0" Mary Sidney PointAgana. ot .10"0". a dlalanra of ". I". of Henry B Park, ".. I I IV I rank bidder 177,tee or over I*

at a point on the WOIIn. : tIns .:"1. UI''TV I, Aaan .110 II feet to the end of curve: cease Joined by Murray Poe TO WHOM IT TA COV- A. M Tue.day. ..t 4. at
ot Section It. Town'hl IT MAT CON- 11.. Stil'Tloh GuamSRI $10.1. thence run North "*4I'II" EII. Park, wife of said Henrv B. Park, ; AI.I: County School office. ..

h' Ranaa II : point lJHN. and to all perSons and PRO n. Sill ) no Arrntst.ad HansonlndiyldOahiy a dletanee of III 01 feet Jr. Adelaide Park WehetrrNancy : NOTICE ISf HEREBY GIVEN W. B Dt.phrna. Superintendent

being 141II lost 'll'from the claiming or having any. RA1NAHK EASEMENT fatty: tiregory and Ancilisry Snulhweat .rn.. of Section IITownehlp Park: Dornthv Park Vial THAT I have filed my final report Bd Public of I
NOr WOI oorntr of Htrlton right till. lrr.ti aetata, morl.ga LATrRAL Pltni HKIHT as the Batata Rants II colt and hu.nandMlIlam \\al aa Admlnlairatrl of thaKatate Oareola a'lru"lol I

: thanro run North nost'Il' a or other or on those t001t'THO STATIoN 141-fll AdminIstrator Warburton of deceased Fist and the .:4u of th.n cotS; and Blrt ParkFITION I of llvl. 01..01: lion 552. Corner Frneet I
Eaat a dlatanc of 1)1.11 ft,t to certsln parcels of mod h.r.lna. I'ARTI of Lucy A. I I II W Thackar Klaalmmee ,
line description that I
Ih. .llnnlnl or a curve concave : lr deerrlbed. and tha folow That part of: Illl Thl..lhr("tt N. W I The land herein described .n. I II T4.TF BOOS.1 final I dlerharge 1 and pt tor; will 1 Florida' lt. ,

to tha Northtrly and having a i l'.cnons. :: with vb : Th* NH of the NEtS of the %'.. ) till. 105.1Clinton lsinnlOI,000 Square fart ( OM .:01.' ItS! ITT apply to the Honorable O P. July I. 1114OTII !
radius of .. : thcflcu known .-r claiming I Portion 14 To nehlp SIlL ,0 1.1. I 1 of
ilir'S'IOOPARCh
.. lest acre.). mor. or le a l> :.t Johneon County Judge Oc.
along ."14 a central throush, known per. Range II : OWNED HY: Henry Park Jr.. : NO II" I I la County Florida. on
.n.l. of '.00'. distance cof .U' non, who o.v dead. op who crccot within hlIl.. Weeterlyandlvlng : : 111 Mayfalr DriveOwenahnro. Thomaa Park 1, Hole heir RIGHT 0 WAY day of Augual. AD 144 for approval \ F TO I HFDITOH I
,
(net to the end of curvt: thtnc known ba doad or alive: I teet Faeterly I KentuckyBRD 1101 at .:: of Henry R. Park, de 1 CIIAVVFL (' RIOHTI ef aame and for final ol.. la the Court ef the County Judge

run North .r.ru" I..I. a dla. .ns'TItvs WIlelisaarAl'sd of a dltih aurvty line described no Itll. : Murray Poe HOI'Tilt 171+111 i charge aa Admlnlelralrli. of II. I Ool. I..nl.
Forida
tunes of 75$ .I : b iln- 51015) e.a.i.5)et'KOLA aa follows, Helen Mary Lacy DriveOwenebnro. lark,"I/I"I.I/ : : B. Park, That part of: )1E Batata of Iwvla 4..0. I IV ItI II |

ring of a curve : to the AM Ilt'IT"I (omm.n., on Township the North tl line of Illl Mayfalr. Kentucky Jr. A..I.ld. !ak ."" ; Nancy The .,..1.1. four .1// pIece of Thla 17th day of J.n.. AD. CIMRLFM HENRY HARMON ).

irll.t"l :1IV.rJ Julia A. Kndy a/k/a Julia A. Range tl Eaat, at a point I MID I. till Parkalcott land lying In the .E ot Ski I "'*. I also .
known .
l S44.S tWi T.r.\1\ \\'arburlonIndSVlduVlly and huaband. William W.I"ol: NW*, of Section 1* l'ownshiSII hI Clara R PavlaAdmi Charles H. j
ofVIlO" Kennedy feet Weal of Ida Martha
rurvt thru a ctntral anpl. I and Dirt park, Houth. Range II COlalnlng of the Estate ef Harmoa. liecenetd ,
a dlitanro af 171.il ft 1411-17th RoadlClmhurut ner of the 1lhr.r: lid rrrio* fourteen .rut.. sr II. 1..1. deceased J
71, ,int bob and a. AncillaryAdministrator n1 .
or curvE thence run Qu. lbs Esiste or TtTR free and bounded follow: THACKER ) THACKER To all Credltora. Legatea. .
ef
Norlh"ll'al'41. a dlatanra York lo the Eaeterly and having a ra I II ties KOI,* I OS'TTtnE.t1nlS"I'lOe. the line begin the North' II7 Kltl.m. "'a Dlalrlbuleea, and all Heraona
LonfutW.o' dareas.d
I.t.
toll till dlua of lotS II thenc" I"
of 47111 fftt: run NurthROll'd feel; from .fl"Ii ::::uut.n. wed corner of JIIE" af the .,. for .. having Clalma or Demands
hait a distance Harry a I.nl.nt bearing PAn *. 1, 114.> NWI4 of paId Section I*. n. Ator" July 0. Il. 1)00Ic aialnal said Futata
Souiht'aaterly VIrginia
I 470.II :..t to tha Northtaat :003 hiumhiton I : II01 Kant. run I N.wrt Now. 551.1. ItO I m tJ\\.l tend In an Easterly directloe! I. Toe and .a.,1, et you ar* kere.
Nt"o of said Ronnk. I.pld. North C.rln. along Said curve through a cen ONto .0 11. f THE ('Ot'NTYJUlulil'S by .
ocr I lo
efBeginning the boundary o
::: The North II feet : slang .0tUI" pre.
.0dl 1001J'alnicla Oral aWls of l'arklIe Norl. ... .I.r.
0s'Se'te". die. JUrt '
a l.RT.OEL .
l, th. cod of thl .McCall fleaSAtlanta at a point 114 feet tOo NE" of acId, rl.I. yen. or
NW\
j' T lanes of 41 I* lenS te the end of liresdiand FLORIDA. ellker of
yen. have
line dtarrlptlonha of *. may '
Vkeet of Northeast corner Section I NOPh..t jOitNTT
401 Hirer paid curve thence 0. Georgia 1"ln.t
dtacrlbtd : run lbs Charlea
land herein con.acrta l"mll.n of tattle ot
"oul 111.1 the Northwe.t quarter of Sec corner ef the NEU Henry
I tabs 114.114 Square test. till Io".k. Norlh Croln. 114117 East 144044 SRI) ItO. 17,1 Jr.Ole lion 10. II South. of ald rertn| II. thence la RF THI RHTATK OF moa alas known ae ""rl.. H.
:
no no I. 1101 the of ., H. l'ark
Tow".hll
I ), mort or Itaa taacluolveV1i5 b'llnnl"l a .r. concave RoSry Ro.. Range 10 KleelmmeeCity ) HEMIHILUlUt"oVli4 Harmon, deceaaed. ,late of Oaceo
roadt Cyrus K. RIcheS to ', having I ro.dl" lollh.rl. .1.1. .pn..I. .. County. Florida
i In tslatlng Norh..la' aald pr'I"'I on the a point kno. II. t. the County
.
SIDNEY Big Thrta r'lp'I' a f.et Atlanta o..rla ,Jl '
BY MARY Co then erun North line SectIon t* the the M""nl Ramad I HARRIET A. HE3rHIL of t.1 County at hi*
BTEKFER UFOToKFBubjtct P 0 I.". Boutheaeterly along said SRO .0 II' 11 run ee'II'Ia" West along thenc W'al office la Court Mouse at
Ttiaa curv* thru a central, (nvlI "n. .
to powtr of Attorney W.rl tnU of 1.010. Tbn. Road the line of tlurden. the Midland Railroad to a r TO t niTowe Klaalmmee, Florida, eli
OKOROE BTfclTFBK Illl, lIlt 11'lI'9" a dUtanca of 11111 she lnroadiaod O.n. CRM'IT" ( 1.11/IC' eatoadar moatha rr WUb.
TO ALL '
Section I. ruathenc on Ike Wast boundarySEH .f dale
Itaclara., Bonnl RlckeilIlt Jeel. to the POINT OF HHIIV: Atlanta S. GeccIa II. AND of the first II.
that
a I the ef of saId TEES, publication thIs
TAII NoTICI Supply ) III 1, $11.1feeray \\eet NW' NIRlll.TEr&
; l>.tn flltd Inth Three Welding c ; lh"c. eec South 14 .Itar..s SRI) 5. packlIe North lln* of .r.I. ctmn5 la.II lion 1*. II.. a Northerlydirection ALL CLAIMS Notice. Each claim *r demand
Ho. Illl .
:
I0. Los
tylad caaa, by thePetition. ( ) ..*. I FMANDB AGAINST SAW mast W
I Fort Worth Teiaa ..f"v,7.frv'.0, ; line vatrlptlon / ltroadhsd 8004Atlasta feet run tkenc North ipproilvnalelv lie feet (lOt writing and muet
.", the acquiring as' SRI liftHaiti GeorgiaSRI Ills' East Ill feet ice t* th. Pot at ef Beginninglying : ESTATE I." the place ef reidac* et
I rll'kbl procdln, of B. ..IU. Containing 17II )I. ... 511.1 thence Weet parallel le North within 60 feel Easterly of I You asS sack ef poe ere I.. claimant aad must be twera
th* abovedc.scrIbeS > To. moire feet, .I feet fast WeeterIT by notified end re.elred te te by Ik* claimant his
the Carroll Btreatprlngdal I 41 acre). leea. lisa I *f said Seel ten I*. lIe aad lylag within I agent er
I lands for the purpoaa ihllraaaa 14 *. Connecticut It la agreed...or, the I 1..1 "rl r.rl, J,. rua thence North eeMlir, ef a Ctianael Change Survey cent asel.mmsw' 50th yea. or aitornej. er the same w,II bet -
pet forth In tVa I-atltloa la herein drainage I Eaat 71 feet te lbs Nortk line I lice descrIbed ae follow: either ef yes may have aialMtth mt void according to law
111 I
.. Aa right of way for a BRD no ..1010 for will not be. I tIC 1..1. RO.I of said Section 10. rca thenceKaet Commence at a point en the eelate ./ H"nl A. H... This the f daof July 144.
i State R ad ..III In ll..ION 1_ jMtructed future develop.OWNED AU' _. Harrlel a. Elkel Hara
I sa. 111.1. 511.1 feet te the petal ef'I'hslanS3ecets Wt .f Section 1 Tewnahlp hIlL ela I A >ea Mona
I.
prllol Florida, and anti field Swath. Range I* __. late of ( Ethel Harmon Maria
i Cun". opt bOld tlit'CTYmvmi BY: Cares K. Rlekel Pie Gregory Warbertee I 1.1 H.IIL te
Florida Eterutni
ef
that the .nl A nirriuneiSU AecllharyAdnuiaStrot0r 4eecrlk41 eontalaa saId being 141II feet Ik* Etate ef
asd
i Smith, ono of th* Judit BED I 'T:1 his NOTICE 1 wife.that .I pJii.rat Individealhl ef the Estste I bIle aquar feet < III from,1.* Nnrtkwee career..faald I rv atr Judge ef saId Couaty alt CharS fleecy flanaea .... I,

Court la lbs Ninth Jvdl. n.11 WAfTh.t I a warturiRoawell dectaaed.B. I acres leea. iBselualvef Srttoa :.taenc* rca NOrthSO'Cl'l ( MMmoFlorida.. wlii. elm aleei kaewa *a
tloa
Crui of Florida RUHT of Taking hens filed la .f L..' A. K .t. O .f r a dlataace et altadarMatka tl.'f data 1 Col.IL Haraaoa.
,. : Je by the S. Court. area .I.U. rl.lt Bi. : lh.sNeck. ,
I
A
f : Bind day of July, 1tr the the 'lr wevO tit feet beglnnier ef a I f the Olsen publrrattee $. .
of
it elick la tha The NI.f .110. th "lrln. ..- Atlanta *. Qosc01alED f t. Each tlaiaa er deaadasset
,o > TRINTTT UTH- the Northerly kolley
1051It.
: of Ktctloa a OWNED WT: coacave r
eoota o at NE" :r *, of as 1. I la writingM rauat O. 111
Coaaty KUWIMMICK.
OF radtve af 1141fee
rt ChurckWllllaaa FRAN CHXRCH kavlag Ir
a
STmmt paid II South Raa II .t; the taking the sbore-doncribd a .. efeeieeaee oIl .
I ft .
Morlda IU P.I' KRASMAV. saId plats pUee A" '
ERNEST aloag carve )
land IVC I : tkeace : .
iolIse
nlclarallnii of T.kl.l. appointiVSralJari. .f lylag til .lhl., line f.of "Ih' fort'oa'..1.' ; Aa Stats right Road at way s. for a c/a South P1011) Plt'Ot itgniEVEREtT.. asS FRAXki tar a central aagl .f I.. a I the ( aad be ewer t* by LIes, FlOrida .
I la 411
Ord.r
at er allOrseycc ,
foe
and age
saId Trla. ofcarve *' Atteraey Biwutrl
ef
dlataac ef 4H feet te
li tka Court dooms propyr. All. "-II*Ulng BMtlon deacrlbea till, aald aa : : I Ooceol that the Couaty, Florida. I .. MI.laI I lOs WtIIER Tnt. et Kleelaa."tWECT : theses rue NA.tl. 'If.Eaat | the wilt a.eeau Teed July I 1.II t INI "
,
Utt' .
has I .
.* to lha suit a* all par.KST and on ta* : Smith, see Hono.* Fui .I 11..gI. I'Walcott LII. a dlalaace ef 701 It feet ,. aecsrdisg law.
.t IMt.
SnIp.
may appear Jr. TO WORTaAOB tke beginning of a curve oaeavete I n. She lad day
I.'a II. Towaehl* Circuit Court In tk. Natk JvdlVrcult I
b. ..a te Iie and place r'I.LII BaaL a .1.1..,* *'.! 01 Florida. ..- ': .1If.1154 carded R ,Em the Sautkerlr and kavtag aradlea BDWARD ef the O ORISaVlX.Eetate e4 JIS.Eiecnts' I will .Mn
.. of tk Nortk the .t .1 N. la mt 11411 (set: theac for
July "U
A. =
;I.t:: '0" ..here' .t .; #U' :,; !*' slang pall carve thin a evatralaagl Meeipalll, eay '
5, .a1. t eL.ie.raer tkla. tIe NWU of said Mla at I* e COmy* e'cleck Courtktu A, M, la tktTo : "2. '11 IA'U'O' '.1.; et 711 K*. a tknaace efIII I ..tl., I. ae e4kr tWo .,_I after
: point
: r BMtloai :.1. at : recorded ta O. the sad ef $_ ." L tl.lt.
log O- to almaaea. nerlda, oaMdr aad MORTGAGE It feel I* cent*: : 1'
.
Ia our oaav It* I"
thtl usual :1.1'
Ia jaly
fIled 'U <. oi'.ter '
theses Forth Eaet.
Declaratleei soak 11. pass la. rca :
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:: ea1htI court, oa before aad kavlag a .fUlag, .. Attests .OI R 1 ... _






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'IL L I '''rofessional Bowler Bill Allen Will be Here on Friday



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Majors Set

Bill Allen Day'


For TownsBill Orlando Broncos

Allen top-rated left-
handed professional' bowler,
IA,1 rF will come to Kllmme Friday Tickets on Sale I
to make a personal appearance
at Orang Bowl

> Lane. Ticket for the Orlando on the SlitOrlando
1IIfjfil. Allen from Orlando I* the Bronroi 1964 season have been Bronco season ticket I
t. ;, brother of Bob Allen of KIsslmmee. put on sale at various loca- i can be obtained from the
: lions throughout C e n t r .1 I Apopka Jayceee, South Semi-
Allen will participate In a t Florida. These ticket are note Jaycees In Altamonte \
bowling event at Orange Bowl good for the et of eight home Springs, Umatilla Uoni Club
Lane*, in which local resident a games that the Bronci play Plrkerell'a Sport Shop and at
,'. will be given a chance to this year Seven of the game* all area 7.11 Store.
match their skill against the are with member of the The price of season tickets
pro. H* will make three appearances Southern rroffiiional Football la $10 for the eight games and
'" at the lane Fridayat League, and the addition all seat are reserved seats.
r'PRESENTS- 2 p.m., 7:30: p.m. and at al game la with Ft Bragg, All homegamea are played in
9pm. Bowl-down are now I-k North Carolina the Tangerine Bowl, beginningat
\. ;>>: underway at Orange Bowl Ticket may be purchased at 8 pm.
Line to determine the local The Klaslmme Gazette.
who will bowl with ant
people The season opens with Tuscalooia f
51ra }
against Allen. t s on August lit On
Allen' career started In ofw August 15th, Mobile steps Into BON AIRHOTEL
Orlando on the Minute Maid Bronco trrrltory, and then
league team in 1957, and sine Huntivllle comes Into Orlandoon
that time he has fast risen the 29th. Daytona Beach
to one of the highest position invades Central) Florida on the
attainable I in professional 12th of September, and Ft
bowling today Last ,season Bragg cornea In on the 26th. Room IfflclencU
he won 119,167 with three Starting "lth Jacksonville on and
tournament victories and an I : L October 17th the Bronco begin AportmenhRoles

TROPHY-Bob Renlck left president of the St. Cloud Jaycees, presented the average plnfall of 201.952 In their final stand with a Daily, Weekly, Mill"':'.
traditional trophy: to Oiceola High School bead fooball coach Jack Yearwood at the Jayce 32 PBA tour event PROFESSIONAL BOWLER-Bill "Lefty" Allen, leading money; stretch of three home gamei.
meeting Monday: night. The trophy la awardei each year by: the beers in the never-ending A native of Nashville, Tenn., Inner In the professional bowling circuits, will appear Fridayat : Chattanooga tomes to townon
rivalry: between the Osceola Kowboyi and the St. Cloud Bulldog. (Photo by Eby) Allen began last bowling but did professionally notparticipate the Orange Bowl Lane. Th mayor of St. Cloud and Klsslmme the 24th, and the Bronco EAST DAKIN ST
year tangle with the Gadiden Raiden -
full time until this have proclaimed the day: "Bill Allen Day,
for their lilt home
game
Little Leaguers to be Hosteds year
Last month, In the San Jose ClOSI OUT SPECIAL

Open, he defeated challengerDon
Carter of St. Louis to win LAZIER YOUNGSTERS! 30" GAS RANGE
Guests of Honor atPartvKisslmme $30,000 In prize money, lie Las It WIN AT DIVING MEET

., mon than matched his tour 1963 Model-Like New
. Three Caller
little leaguer Center across from the ball of Osceola County Elks Tupperware cement victories of 1963 winning e Jeanne, Jeff and Patty youngsters, won .*|.M4r-NOWM14"
mil be the guests of honor park. the First Christian both the Mobil and New trophies at the Orange Swim lava JS"
this weekend a* the team The food and preparation Church and Carl Schmidt Orleans tournaments Association Diving Meet held
e KISSIMMEEFURNITURE
ponsors treat the ball play committee said that over 200 Rambler Sine he started on the professional I last week at the Cherry Plata.
ri to a hot dog roast. boys, coaches, umpires, ipon- In addition to the food, the trail he has averaged Hotel Pool. STORE
The season-end party I.I sore and are Invited. around 209 and has
manager crowd will be shown the 1963 Young divert from all over
scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Sponsors of the team and color film of the Los Angeles bowled two perfect game He The Caiette, Klsslmmee Florida, July; 9,19 4-Psg* Nine the state participated Phone M 7-4411
Saturday at the little league the occasion are: Kiwanis, Rotary Dodger and the New York holds the fifth highest six. Jeanne won first place In
field. In case of rain the party Micklen, First Federal Yankee World Series game aerie In the ABC history the dlvlalon for girls 11 and 23 Broadway
will be held at the Youth Saving and Loan Association with a total of 1,472 and
. Crackers to In III Jeff won second In boys 10
, Dick Lovell local petroleum games of 247, 248 299 216 Compete )
distributor will present each and 204. and under) Patty won third In

Hopefuls Misfits LeadIn ball player with a Phillip 66- Allen I I. on the governing Slate Softball girls IS and 14 SHRIMPIn
TourneyThe They will today at
. sponsored recording of a Stan board of the Professional compete
A Basket
Musial hitting Instruction.Bill the Illh annual Tampa AAU
Bowler Association und the
Mixed Bowling LeaguesIn Hammond chairman of advisory staff of the Ebonite Florida Cracker, favor Their next scheduled game International Diving Champlonihlpa -
the event said a ball game Ball Company and the Carter He local I woman' softball I I. with R H. Hall a double sponsored by the FREEZETTEDRIVEIN
the Tuesday night mixed and Roy Anderson 201. with coaches and umpire Glove Company team, plan to compete In the header to be played In St. Greater Tampa Chamber of

league bowl June 30, the High averages for the evenIng playing sponsor and managers II* has been seen nationallyon State Softball Tournament In Petersburg July 11, Commerce,
Hopefuls took high place over were: Ava Dale Lancaster will be played at 8 p.m, television's "Mak That St. Petersburg August 1 and e
the King Pin with 151 won 169; Theresa Muller, 167; Spar," "Championship Bowling 11,
and 41 lost The King Pins, Newt Norris, 190; and Ken ," and "Professional Bowl. To help them raise money sell
ranking second won 12 and Newman 180, Donkeys For In,;." for the trip, Hunt' men' Chevrolet dealers more
lost 4.The. Mayor Russell Thacker of team will play the Cracker Inan
Pact scored 860 in the Won boat Klsslmmee and Mayor D. A, exhibition game July 1*. A
high team game and 2401 in Hopefuls 15| 41 Jaycee Game Wagner of St. Cloud have raffle and rummage sale have
r the high team aeriea. King Pine 12 4 declared July 10 "Bill Allen been held by the member of cars than anybody
In the, Ladies' 500, Theresa Pact 11 9 Day" in Oaceola County. the team which flirted the
Kisslmmee will
Lucky /Strikes.. ,,41 9 The Jaycees
I I fund drive for their proposed
Muller 555 Connie I
points; sponsor a Donkey Softball "Bill Allen has shown great '
Green 617J; and Elaine Adam, Beginner '10 10 game to be held July 24, 8 p.m.at success In the pursuit of this trip. Increasing" number of sell
504; were leaders Mix Mate 10 10 the Oaceola High School sport" the mayor proclaimed fan have been attending the Because they great cars
Wildcat 9 11
Chuck Matthews took high baseball field. The Mayors' proclamation game and donating money to
honor. In the Men' 550 with Sorry Four 9 11 the team.
The world-famoua "Marshall further read, "Therefore be It
r 581 point.. Other high scorers Bowlweevil 4 12 Tilford' Donkeys" from Marion recognized that" (the cities of Boxes for donation have
were: Karl Weber 576; Four Loser 41 151 Kentucky, will provide the Klsslmme and St. Cloud are been posted around town and
Paul Kitiinger 676; and Roy Activity wa high July 2 at transportation for the game both) "pleased and proud to contribution can be mailed tot
Anderson, 562. Orange Bowl Lane for the The Jaycees will play I proclaim July 10 aa Bill Allen The Florida Cracker Women's
In the 200 games, high Thursday night mixed doubles. against the Americans, a Day with appropriate ceremonies Softball Team r/e/ Partln't I-L-L
scorers were: Chuck Matthews, High averages for the evening team made up of local business being conducted at Orange Jewelry; w.f k> ','M
217; Karl Weber. 208, 201; were: Jean Humble, 180; and civic leader Bowl Lanes In Klsslm. The girl have had a fine t" iCHs.
I Paul Kitzinger 209; Connie Jessica Campbell 157; Terry Ticket go on sale this week mee at 7:30 July 10. 1904 In season and chances for their Yi4sT v7
, Green 206; Cecil Story 206; Armstrong, 149; Ruth Wat and may be purchased from recognition of his achievementIn winning the state trophy for
Pete Barber 205; Carl Knoeb- eon, 146; Danny Miller 178; any Jaycee Price for adult this field"Clock Klsslmmee appear good.
el. 203 Theresa Muller 202 Frank )McCann 175; Don Willingham $1.00 In advance
; ; are 11.25 at
... 173 and Ervin Yesg-
;
, IT'J Jl the gate. Student ticket will CARl OF TIIANKM
aa er, 170. ell for 50 cent. GolfTOllrllCJ' Our sincerest thanks to raft! lmlxlfn Spnl! f'nupeCbrorffd
In the 200 games, Jessica the Klsslmmee Police Depart
Bob Buckels Campbell scored 211; Danny
mint Lea than 30 minute
Miller, 207; Frank McCann Hog Island SetA after our store was burglar-
Given Praise 237; Charles Persons, 213; lied they apprehended the
Paul Kittlnger 206; bicycle rodeo and a clock thief and recovered the mon
{ In the 500 series, high scorer Area Sought golf tournament will be among ey. Very good work. Thank J L.
Osceola County: Sheriff Bob wa Frank McCann with the event scheduled for Friday again :
.. Buckel was commended for 559 point Other were: Danny The Okeechobee County at the Lakefront Park, according John A Debris Slaked
his quick apprehension of two Miller 647; Joan Humble, Commission has asked the to Bill Palmer, director
men who robbed a stors of 538; Paul Kittinger 639; FCD to turn over to them of I Park and Recreation.
1700.The Charles Person, 635; Jessica district-owned property on These two sport will beginat
. article praising Bucket Campbell 620; and One Hog Island an artificial Island 8 p.m. and end at noon. WORLD'S
and his staff appeared In the Speakes 603. located In Lake Okeechobee The winner will be awardedby
June edition of "The Sheriff Won Lout near the mouth of the Klsslmmee > the recreation department FAIR binlibu Sport /'nujre
i Star" magaiine.According Misfit 16 4 River Okeechobee Horseshoe, h e e k ers and
to the article Hunter IS 7 County I I. planning a large croquet games hare been goingon OR
Buckel received the report of Bubble Dourbin IS 7 recreation area on the island every day it the Community
he crime dispatched Deputy Tiger 9 7 that call for motels, fishing, house in preparation forth ANYWHEREIf
,. Murphy to the scene and with. Beatles 7. beaches, concession stands and tournament to b* held '
it 15 minutes, the criminals Terr,'* Pirate 6 9 other improvements, July 17. There I I. still time to U .
'"ere arrested and signing Alley Kate 6 11 It was pointed out that recreational get Into practice for this event -
onfession Rebel. S 17 development I* fine It will begin at I:00 a m. M r '
Art and Craft have been
a* long it doe not allow
a*
you're going on I trip
In the spotlight these day
I bumsnbabitatien.. Board hesur to telephone .
leave a
member noted that If the I I.. during the summer recreation number "h"0\1
land should become flooded program, with. young peopleof can be reachedThen B ---------.
Making
ScheduleSecond and there was loss of life or all age participating too, when you're"Itvin'
Soft Ball serious glassware crayon etchings CAr""II 11 Nopn,4fror!
property damage ptoopl. paper mosaics, mobile It up" call horn
would say "Why weren'twe and chines lamp has kept often Let the folk ait
warned home know the fun
the Instructors as well a* theyoungsters
Half
It was pointed out that busy and enter you're having' So eco
while the elevation of Island It...
Hog nom After 9PM,
First Came Second Cam I* 20 to 21 feet above sea tamed of each only 11,00 for 3 minute .,

|ne 22-Broadway Pharmacy Methodist Churchvs. level, well above planned elevation person The special will be project entered In the tatlon call -L ...... .. h::,., __

Northsid Service vs. Osceola Petroleum for the.lake, in time of Summer Carnival eihibftlons, Have tutu? Drive tare.
ie 14-Prison Farm Broadway Pharmacy hurricane tide the water The carnival is I scheduled'. for fullyt _
... Osceola Petroleum ... Hunt Bros. might be a* big a* 29-SO feet July' 26.
ne 2 -Methodi.t Church Northside Service above sea level. Registration continue daily .
v*. Broadway Pharmacy ... Prison Farms After considerable discus- for participation In these and
| 29!-Northside Service Prison Farm Ion the board voted U ,,.. many more activities of mm.mer Corvair Mown CM coupe
... Hunt Bros. vt. Broadway Pharmacy tide Ul. Information to Ofce.. fan.ntARLCJt.
I |r Broadway Pharmacyva. Prison Farm chobe County und table. the w'3b._"
Osceola petroleum ... Methodist Church matter In case the commission KBTOPEX8 JF. ,
r Methodist! Church Osceola Petroleumvs. might want to com bark to OFFICE I Chevrolet has brought a whole new kiwi Whether you're gobbling up a hill In
vs. Northsid Service Hunt Bros. the FCD at a later date with this a thrifty Chevy II or making tracks
driving
of citnwnt everyday I
-.J ,
J
Charles Eby, photographer,
,
6 Hunt Bro. Northside Service some modification of their
-
v*. Prison FarmS ... Oseeola Petroleum elaborate plane.MADElINE hat opened an office at 141 N ;! year.wlth 5 different line of can and on a andy beach with a rear-engined
-Methodist Church Stewart Street ;" 45 different model Conalr. you'll I..IIt.
v*. Hunt Bros. BCLMER Now pwi0sinf in ..... And whether ywi'r cushion l In the Ku why not stop In at your Chevrolet

(Thi end first quarter of second half) IS CLl'B CHAMP ding, commercial staled and aerialphotography that FLORIDA bucket rat of a luxurious Chevrolet dealer'a toon and.... what we mean.

10-Nerthsido Service Osceola Petroleum. Eby Impala Super Kpwt or behind And don't be wrprlaed If youth
Madeline Bulmer won tb* he plan. to have his. *to4iopc
.*. Broadway Pharmacy vs. Method Church Club Championship. of the la* s e4 at that location to late TELEPHONE I whir) of the roomy Chi-velle, ..VfllfflJJ.. ... see your neighbor there. More
. 13-Oce Petroleum Hunt Bra.vs. 4W organisation of th 0.. Aagwt I I11 people daiECmt
II Prison Farm .... Broadway Pharmacy reels Golf; a" Country*Club CORPORATION i i you'll ,..lit.

. 16-Broadway Pharmacy Prieoii Isrrea. hell I
.... Nsethaide Inn recently.Amelia CHEVROLET CHEYIOLETS m IE.A BETTER BOY
Methodist Church Wi..... tile wi I MORE PEOPLE BOY .
I | 17-H.at B.... Broadway Pkannarya. net of the flrvt flight wa ..._.. 0O--.... ..... .. ........... ....-.... ....... ..... ......................
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Nerthaid Service 'a. PriMa Fare UNIVERSITY
29-on.la treleem Methodist Ollft'
, FOB ATHUTtrf FOOT
t. v* Broadway Pharmacy ..*. Pr... Farm

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