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"t fldN i4ISIp ( of FLA. HISTORY

Town Has Definite OpinionsOn ;"' I MI- : .0I M A v

Goldwater-Johnson Battle; Ii: ,

Conservatives Appear AheadA I

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}::r Gazette Poll Ii 30$ Undecided 1

Johnson 18% VOL 17-NO. 32 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1964 Two Sections 10 Cents

Ir Oo o]. County people -'
Goldwater I Ii have their way, Arltonm Senator -
vs. Barry Goldwater will b*
the next president of the United

i : ilfI States.In a Gasettt. man-on-th- Meter Return

street-poll the Arliona conservative
received 62 percentof
the vote with SO percent '
undecided and 18 percent goIng Favored
I to Incumbent Present Lyn b
'. don Johnson.

Of those interviewed tome
s :if Mid they would tit on their

hand. or go fishing rather
than cut their ballot for either
of the candidates. :
Opinion differ greatly, but
most of those Interviewed felt hl.r City Commissioners Tuesday night agreed park

ti 3r strongly for or against Gold. 1 ing meters must be returned to the streets of Klsslmnwe -

water.Some. t I Ia but decided to wait to make their decision final
.f the comments were
Mrs. Virginia Gray: "Gold. after calling in the Chamber of Commerce merchant's

water I dont like anything committee.

Johnson stands for. Period." Commenting on a report by City Manager Charles .
f fSf.t Mrs. Donna Timmerman:
Ooldwater.. I think we need Tyson which encouraged the return to the metered Iyatem

him. II* stands for America with the conversion of obe hour meters to two

first" hour meters, the commission expressed full agreement

4 Ben Russells: "I think III ,.,, of Commissioner Bill Makin
stay at home. There's not with the partial exception
L ; much choice." eon

." Jess Carneal: "I'm a Johnson
I think he'd be Maklnson said he felt that
man. a
) f: F pretty good man for pre.I. many customers are more School
worried about the parking me
: "GoWwater all the "If Goldwater jets It, s|W|j dent"Charles Johnson "111 ters! than the merchandise
: go
:.;:way. Folks want a I'm leaving the count H for Goldwater. I think It will when In downtown

: :;; ch&nre.-Al Hunt try."-Phil Schenk. } bring some of the old thingsout t' f S r Addition
Into the tight; brightenup IIY "' Mayor Russell Thacker said
Washington a bit" ht ai he was In favor of acceptingthe

J {1f: ; 1 1; ;:m 1 1 ;! ii!i ii ii i1 iiiij1; 1i Mi ii i:1:1i::: :!: iimi1:!:!:: :!:i 1 be J.Goldwater R. Davis;but"It's I won't going vote to Lc f and recnmmenilntlon read a Utter from of leather Tyson $54,445.

merchant Enoch lleribcrg auk-
for him. He's so radical. i
d Y Ing for the return of the
d ,
Don Humblet I am going to A -
City TentativelySets vote for Goldwster becausehe meters Osceula County Board of
Public Instruction awarded
voted for me on two ammendments Commissioner Carroll Starling
a bid of (4.445 to the W II.
of the Civil Rights said he believed the parkIng
Bill and I believe I owe him meters should be returnedbut Rout Construction Company,
Same MillageCity something I like his definite .r wanted to wait to make at the meeting held Tuesday.

stand on Issues." '. .;:;.. the decision after notifyingthe A new band and choral suite

Manager Charles Tyson at 1.5 mills and the operationlevy Bll Presley: "111 vote for ('hamlx. merchant com Is to be built at Osceola High
presented the City Commission at 7.5 mills totaling the Johnson because he' a Dem mitt,, School on Thacker Avenue
a projection analysis nine mills hoped for by Tyson ocrat." .;' Jim Campbell Is chairmanof The awarding of this bid It
Tuesday night based on a and the Commission. Phil Schenk: "Johnson definitely .i that committee subject to the approval of the
nine mills assessment but said Tyson said that the percentage If GoldwaUr vets It r '7 Commissioner Pan Autrey state Department of Education
it was only an estimate. This of collections after I'm leaving the country." .awe.r said that In seversl areas Superintendent I of Public

Is what the millagt assessment discounts Is expected to be 95.6 John Flood: "Johnson because ..... .1,, parking meters should be returned Instruction I W. B. "BUI"i Stevens
was for the past twoyears. percent on debt service collections of civil rights." ...... .. \ He said on Rrnadwarnearthe said.Thert .
and 95.9 percent on operating Carlton Forrester First National Hank
collections KFEPING COOL-Voug Doug Eby, age t, has the right Idea for keeping cool these hot days at Street there was some controversy
"Goldwater. and on
In the poln.
analysts, Tyson
he In the Harrow Getty'i pool. (Photo br Eby) over the plant for the insideof
ted out that assessed valuation Based on these figures the, Mrs Catherine Mews pia, aeemed to be a large problem the building, The State and
of debt service would to. city will operate on 151,914 "Johnson. I think he Is better Commissioner' George Reynolds the County Board did not
acing levy would total 621,- and will pay $40165 to the qualified. said the meters should agree on the Interior eonstructlun -
427,205, and the operating general revenue bond Indebtedness. AI Hunt) "Ooldwater all the definitely' be put! hack tote plana. but the decisionAt
tal $28,427,205. and the oper- : This Is | .total of way. Fl>I 1kl.wani JMJiange- JamiesOii Aircraf Snugged; use \the Buer,1 will be acceptedby .
levy would total $21.189J35.(! 192,681. .. Dick Wilder) GoldwaUr.: In his report to the commission the State, according te
The for the differenceIn It's not the Idea of voting for
reason The and hoped for Tyson presented a traffic Stephen
these is because household figure projected than that expected Goldwater I it's the Idea of turnover survey Indicatingthat
exemption applies to operating to be collected this year voting against Johnson. The President Quits ForeclosesD. 0(1.63 percent of parking One oilier leortler\ appoint'
levies but not to debt service This year $188,840 I It expectedto tester of two evils." places on Broadway are In mint wee made Linden L
taxation. Charles Siket ".'U go for Shaw hat been accepted as
be collected toward payment ) use; 70 percent on Stewart)
science teacher at the St Cloud
Once the operatingdebt Goldwater. I'm voting against
again of debit and operatingexpenses. &0 '
service would be assessed Johnson." M. Lackey, president of become' part of the commune tage rather than by dollar percent( on nub"118,118; t.1.11 per.. High Bvhuol.
Bugler Kenton: "I'm going the Jamison Corporation and It,." value which, according to cent on Darlington) percent In other action the school
In the 1962-63 fiscal. year Goldwater. flea one of the chairman of Its board resigned At that lime money rait Lackey, "did not give the leeway Dakln.on Monument, 40 percent board:

Pool Opens $176,198 was collected.The only Americans In the race, recently and It currently log begin to pledge $200,000 for money raising" on A new elementary school
said three
City Commission will foreclosing on mortgages he Advertisements offering 61,- Tyson only percent
Democratic or Republican for stock: buying, It was agreed will be built this year on the
alt as as a board of adjustmenton holds the 000 bond with Interest at parked over two hours
Joe Carroll: "Goldwater. We on airplane company that the money would be aol Tommy Lee property on Thai
On Sunday the proposed tax rolls onAugu.t need strong backbone In Wash Tht airplane company hat lected and held In the local seven percent payable monthly on Broadway ami 10 percent char Avenue The estimated
17, ington. We need a conflict shown Interest In moving to bank until the full $200,000 were offered to the general parked over two hours on rust of the construction It
AfternoonThe A further breakdown of expected of Interest very much andI Klsslmmee to build the craft had been collected and the public In March. ".kln. :1'11,0110.: ; .
tax assessed valuation No hat actually "been Tyson said these figures' do
think Goldwater hat this, which It billed at an economics Florida corporation had b*< money
shows that the 128,427,205 for federal, state and International croat-country airplane, tune" an actuality, placed In Klaslmme banks. not reflect an accurate picture Fourteen classrooms, a library
grand opening of the debt service (payment) $24.- wise" Lackey told the Catett. he' It was on the point of makIng The aircraft will tell fur because merchants found out an administration suite
Osceola Golf and Country Club 331.680 it the evaluation of Sirs Doreen Yeager: "I resigned from the corporation the Jsmleson Cvrporstlun $'',945. Thus It about. 10 percent that the survey was going on, and a cafeteria will be Included
pool will be held Sunday, July real property In the city, $3- haven't made up my mind. because of the current stockholders which was Incorporated In below comparable equip. and would have the employees In the new school, Thlt was
19, at 6:30: p.m. for membersand 467,150 It the assessment of Jim hunter "I haven't did not give him the Ohio, Into a Florida corporation mint on tod.,'. market, Lackey move their ears. approved by the Oaceola County
stockholders.A business personal property and. made up my mind yet I wantto cooperation "necessary to get that the trouble "began, said.Charles. In an opinion troll( Tyson School Board l'III
family dinner will be heldat $628,475 for household personal wait until the Democratic the Jamleton aircraft Into the Lackey tald.He Jamlston, designer said when 14 merchants were This construction
that time with a committee property.In convention I II over." production .ta,... said the Jamleson aircraft of the model J and eke president asked If the parking meter county school) construction
appointed to furnish the meat the assessment for operating Bob Gehrett: "I haven't decided. However Lackey said he can be operated economically In charge of engineering should b* removed "the overwhelming will be on a pay-as-you-go
and drink. Members are to levy, Tyson projectedan I want to see what kind hold. chatel mortgages on due to Its high performance of the corporation, wouldbe majority laid yes." plan previously' set up furOarevla
bring a side dish, their table assessment of $17,094,310 of mud they are going to sling everything, and it anxious to on low power It hasa asked to Join the new or. Twenty five out c.f the 14 County
service and ",00 each for the for real property. In the Democratic convention." foreclose them and get the operation tricycle retractable landing ganisation Lackey said who registered' a comment The estimated school con.structlon .
meat and drink. Children' portions "back on Its feet gear, Lackey It president of I suggested that the meters be costs fur |11184-81
will cost 60 cents. again." He said he It very "Th stock holders wantedt trucking firm based In Po removed, four Indicated that are set at $369,000: accordingto
The pool was purchased from City Studies Report on Interested In setting up the <., make It a $1,000,000 corporation land. they thought meters should W, B. "BUI" Stephens,
First Federal Savings and Loan operation In Klsslmmee, but desired to transfer Flap art manually actuatedby remain up. Tyson reported to superintendent of public Initr.
Association and moved from the Commercial Sewer RatesCharles He IBid If this It don. It their holdings by ...rc.... a control lever the commission, urtlon.
former Tropical Hotel site to will be possible for him to
the club adjourningthe Come to Klsslmmee and deal
ninth fairway property Tyson, city manager The Investigation was promoted directly with Interested bus) Bicycle Rodeo Race Winners Presented

Bill Hankins, a senior at and a committee composedof by number of Inconsistencies nessmen without having to ,
Osceola High School will serve Carrol Starling and Bill sound In the commercial worry about being over-ruld.! I
at life guard. He holds a senior Maklnson mace a report of rates He aid It will be sin months Awards for Victories in /Contest Friday ,
life guard certificate. Bill it\ their findings after an Investigation In their report the commit- from now before everything
the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.nankln. of flat sanitary sewer tee recommended that the pub- It cleared up and serious negotuitlons -

.. charges. lie school be billed on an "8 Lackey begin said he was not esnrtly Walker) third place, Billy Rc'itl Shumaker, said. The play-offs In Sort
gal. per student per school day sure of all the legalities Awards were presented Early, Hu. to the length of the Dl. shoe, checkers and jacks' are
basis" and that churches be Involved and It representedby Wednesday to the winners of Byt t to II first place, cycle Rodeo, the Clock Golf still underway, with the final I
Kiekhaefer Corporation billed a maximum of $5 per attorney during the litigation. the Bicycle Rode and Rare Mike Harford; third place, Tournament was postponeduntil tournament date set fur July I
I month In order M encourage sponsored by the Recreation David Knecbels" ) second place, Friday, July 17, Palmer /. ICIIAMttOM
Makes New beautification of the grounds The Klstlmmo location for Department.The -...._ """ -_____. I
Appointments In their opinion sine practically the aircraft reached its highpoint red** and rsces, held
all the water consumedby 1
Friday, of five
March 10, when the
The appointment of Armand have been promoted to flU dry cleaning establishment "ModeW a prototype model events designed' t.* test Some .r A
Hauter as vie* president for vacated II"tllDon ) goes Into making stesm .f the. aircraft visited Klaslm- phaa 0' the ride,', ability> U
marketing and Charles Alexander and doe not enter tile CIt,'. handle a bicycle
Grave, wV was sales net and local businessmen --
at vie* president for engineering sanitary sewer system, that briefing the Bill Palmer, director of y.
were given a MI
distributors become
maximum 4M
manager residential erect
have been announcedby
plan and lit potentials.At parka and recreation awarded
E. C. Kiekhaefer! presidentof president of Intern rat of $1U should prevail. the March meeting Lackey the first second and third
the Kiekhaefer Corporationof tional Mercury Outboard, Ltd Nursing bom rate to be said that the firm was not place rtblofit .. the winner
Fond du Lac:, Wisconsin' a Lloyd Poet, who wa* chief Increased from 2J8 U (Jl "Just looking for a place t* ia tile different event The
Brunswick Corporation subsid designer becomes executive and 140.. build airplanes. but we are winners In tile "......* went
tart engineer, with broader author They also recommended tNtRopn ending a pUt where we csa A get I t. 9-flrtt place,
leaser hat served tile company It,. and Kelly be placed on
commercial George Hankfnsj: second F1***,
for 10 year In various Cka.rU' rate; Klaalmmo
Lepinakl assume n Karen
capacities most recently u Transit Mix continood" at maxfanut .
president cf Its export Mhsidiary. .wider responsibility at Kiekkacfer at .Mercury .ales.anagar residential rat M their Concil May Ages 10 .. It-first glue,
International Mercury water I* Md In nuking. eon.ereto Mike llarford) second place| ,
.f Canada Ltd. Toronto,
Outboard, Ltd. Alexander tile company'* Canadian and washing down quipnwntj leetIIcrc David Knock*!*.
wk\* joined tile company hi facility, become* tale production Phil tad Ne Drive-in Age || ta It-first place. y
1951, was chief engineer foe manager there be charged tile regular Bin Walker; Mroa4 ,late Billy
the company'. nw MerCruiaor : suit rather than ridn.Unl Early
Thomas B. King and Clark \ The batln*** meeting of tile
tern drive rsUsj Cora-Col Bottling
: Th winner of the 1.1.-. )
Other ... .tI. D. Stung, who. hen resignedas Company be charged H of East Central Florid Regional '
empkye.Weather vie far on see 20", a 1,000 meter ran, IiPA 4i
president* water roMvmptlon due to thea.euat Funning Council b** bon were
and engineering respectively of postponed until Wednesday
water rttqolred tn
will aerv. In an ad bottling July 29 Ctrl It-first place Cued .
nroccat, an* that Bettor
transition- capacity daring tk* riatir b* charged mail fa meeting ka* tentatively Winfrey; **.*nd. place KatesNealey j jr

B L RTors. period, said KJk -residential rate tine aU leas ntnodalod for OroUCotsnly. Heck.Boy. ; third plan. Barbara
water gone ate storm ,,\\II. However n* dcflnito ,
"t t2 Ie SWed. Corporation age except for toe toilet fa piece.* yet boon determined. It-first plat Mark
711 .1.. f hnmnkcrt .r eat piece, Bin '4 ,
which. manofaetnret Mercury cilities.Kecommj. A Mtic of confirmation, ; ,
Tbar. 'fit $3 Ill willkonnnoeacod Wn. rj tnli* Bitty '
Fri 11' tI" AI outboard motor and Mer- daUoM on ken- gfrlnc\ time and location place '
Sat '* enlace drive dry rate* wa taMed pending later. ...... eI6
/11 /l 1Bass tern to celobratiag mad Pan In ;
fmrtWr htvetlgiUon.Tb William T. Walli taw a* meter reed wit
'Tr12 $3111 it* 2Jtk anal errary asa ,....-... movt at I:. Kirkantrick of St. Cloud nerswereiBoyt RIDE-Winner to the Blrytl lodes kU last Friday apart of the city reer.
X'flU H 7t tpeciallet fas marine ".,.... ,... Tuesday nights. In tile are the area renrnUU.* It-first Ut.' MarkBansaaacr atlas program have. left to right, David KnotMU, Cn/ei Winfrey aa4 Mark Shamaker..UIAAY .
dos. room aloe tile tlk. tta Oll. who. win attend tai ___.. ) and flat, JUH Eby)


Boy Scouts Will Celebrate 'Our American Heritage'! at Campfire__'Meeting_ I IPage

Public InvitedTo J

Ceremonies Pat Parker Heads for Boy Scout National Jamboree I

Saturday Night"Our lit Scout Pet Parker of two; eggs, one quart of milk, i a-half pounds of meat or cheese,
Troop 291 left Saturday to. attend a\he-man hunk of butter, a large i and jellies, three or four vegg.
American Heritage the National Jamboree of n erring of hot chocolate, fruit 1 tables, one additional fruit, I
Scouts of America uSes, cold tweet drinks cold sweet baked
will be the subject of a special the Boys beji i goods, plus sugar
campfire ceremony by Kissim'mesa trig held this week and next ci ereal, ten tikes of bread, jams i and condiments.
Boy Scout units Saturday week at Valley Forge, Pa. -
Parker will make the trip by
Gatette Klsilmmee, Florida, July U, IM4 July 18. other
TwoThe The campfire will be he'd at : bus along with over 100
Central Florida Scouts and lead- ORANGEBOWL
7:45: p.m. at the Jaycee beach. _
THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1(64D"Walk This ceremony Is but one of er.
to be held the Parker will encamp at Valley
Tight Rope", "Lady (in a Cage" and "Maniac" many across _
a nation that evening. The first Forge In striking contrast to LANES
at South Trail Drive-In, through Saturday.
playing fire will be lit at Valley Forge, the encampment held there in
D-St. Cloud Rotary, 12:15 p.m. Parkview Restaurant.ORotary and Scouts across the country the winter of 1777. This summer -
( Pram Fleet meets S to 6 p.m. will hold their ceremonies at finds a campground of abundance presents
D-"LI1 Abner" presented at Orange Blossom Playhouse the same time. -full of warmth, the joy
through Saturday Curtain at 8,30: p.m. Units participating in the of 50,000 Scouts and Scouteri,
covered dish luncheon 12:80 Orange
Club ,

O-Friendshlp p.m.
campfire ceremony will be Boy a program piled high with action -
Gardens Community Building Scout Troops 291, 293, and rI and mountains of food.A .
D-Amerlcan Legion Auxiliary Executive Board meeting 295; Explorer Scout Post 291) d day'i ration for one jamboree JAMBOREESUNDAY
Legion Home, 12 noon.FRIDAY. and Cub Scoot Pack 295. Scout or Explorer con-
The Scouts have invited the talni a mlnimun of one-and
JULY n, 1964
public to the campfire cere ,
Q-Rummage Sale, sponsored by Kisslmmee Rebekah Lodge mony.
Officers Club.0Horseshoes Corky Parker, who recently NIGHT SKIERS WARNED JULY 19 SUNDAY, JULY 26

Checkers and Croquet tournament, communityhouse returned from the World's Florida Game and FreshWater 2 P.M. 2 F.M.
812. Fair Scout Exhibit, will be the !4
officials this week sent
Q-"The Incredible Journey" 'playing at Arcade Theatre master of ceremonies.
out warnings to Osceola residents -
through Saturday SOCIAL SECURITY that state law does not

SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1964 OFFICER TO VISITA permit water skiing at night MEN'S DOUBLES
The officials laid this i a
0-Hunts ... Florida Crackers In Softball classic. representative of the Social state law passed several years WOMEN'S DOUBLES
Security Administration ago to help prevent down.ngsi
It. 1964 District Office n Orlando will They said It was possible for MIXED DOUBLES

[)-Gr.nd opening of Country Club Pool. Supper at 5:30: For be In Kisslmmee at the Community WINS DRAWING-Bert Crawford, left, won the ball drawingat the skitter to fall and knock
members and stockholders only House on August I the clinic held Friday at the Orange Bowl Lanes He is shown himself unconscious and the
O-ATTEND THE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE. and 17, at 9:30: sin to 12:30: above with Bill "Lefty" Allen, professional bowler, who conducted boat drlvetr not be able to
O-Flight! from Ashlya" playing at Arcade Theatre through p.m. the clinic. find him because of the dark.

Monday -'flD: .. nell.I Teenage
D-"For Those Who Think Young" and "Tammy and the Doc Bowling
tor" playing at the South Trail Drive-In through Tues
I .,
day. fe"" Saturdays 1:30
; p.m.
MONDAY, JULY 20, 19(4

O-St Cloud Kiwanis Club, 6:30 pm. Parkview Restaurant #I

O-Kliiimmes Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m. Woman's Club Bldg. : ALL FOR
D-CAP meeting, 7 p.m. Civic Center. .n. iiti: FOR ALL
D-Rotary, 12:15.: John Gehrttt In charge of program

TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1964
n Q
D-St. Cloud Lions Club, 7:39: p.m. Parkview Restaurant. ADVENTURE TO a out Interludes, It stars Gregory
D-MovIe on Aircraft Carrier Enterprise by Petroleum Industry PREVAIL AT ARCADE Peck and Tony Curtis.
will be shown at Klwanis Club
Two adventures, "The Incredible
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22,1964 1 t J Journey" and "Flight
: from Alhl,.", will be shown at,
D-"Seven Ways From Sundown" and "Experiment In Terror" the Arcade Theatre this week ARCADETHEATRE
r playing at South Trail DriveIn.THURSDAY end.
C ,
JULY 23 1964DWoman's "The Incredible Journey," UNIVERSAL
starring Emlle Genest and John
Club Card Party, 9:30: a.m. Club House Drainie, It
D-Rotary Pram Fleet meets 3 to 6 p.m. CONTEST WINNER-The Gazette subscription contest came appealing and fascinating film KISSIMMEE The 'Jeep' Universal' takes you to where the fun Is,
D-St. Cloud Rotary, 12:15: p.m. Parkview Restaurant. to a close last week with Timothy Racicot, right, coming out as about three domestic animals no matter where that may be. It takes you hunting
winner Shown above Is Charles of Weekend Beginning July 17
White circulation
where the
JULYODonkey who travel 250 miles across only raccoons run. Skin diving where your
the Gazette presenting Timmy with his prize, a tape recorder. Canada. This will be shown! Friday Matinees 2.30 tracks are the only ones on the beach. Fishing at
Softball Game, sponsored by Jaycees OHS Baseball (Photo by Eby) and Saturday. lakes others have to hike to. And skiing picnicking
Field.0Summer "Flight from Alhl,." stars Saturday and Sunday and just plain roaming the back roads are more fun
Carnival, Civic Cimter. 3-4 p.m. Gazelle Circulation Drive Yul Brynner and Richard Wid Evening than ever btfore. When you own 'Jeep' Universal,
D-Rotary, 12:15. William Hammond in charge of program. mark. This Is a dramatisation performances 7 p.m. there's no end to the uses you find for It.
D-St Cloud Kiwanis Club, 6:30 p.m. Parkview Restaurant. ,of the military Air-Sea Rescue FRIDAYSATURDAY"The Here's the 4-wheel drive family car that' built for
O-<:AP meeting, 7 p.m. Civic Center Ends; Timothy Racicol Wins)'operations developed during years of service. Proven virtually 'Indestructible allover
D-Mr. Reedy of Fla. Telephone Corp. will speak at Klwanis Incredible the world.Available a wide variety of hard tops,
WorM War II and combines adventure
Club. The Gatette's annual All of aofttopi.convertlbletops.WheelbasssfromBO'tolOr.;
sum city delivery the Gatette .
in life *
D-St. Cloud Lions Club, 7:30: p.m. Parkview Restaurant mer subscription contest came Is now being turned over saving with psychological Journey"Emile
D-St. Cloud Rotary, 12:15: p.m. Parkview Restaurant to a close Saturday with Tim- to the carriers and will not be changes in the men eewarurowuasamruaurmoeareucrnrs Jeep
Involved, and will be featured mw."" Comeo"nno"Tp/.1CON
D-Rotary Pram Fleet meets 8 to fl p.m. only Raclcot coming In first to delivered by mall except in the Sunday and Monday.Th'e Genest
win a tape recorder with case of suDscribers with; post ,
AUGUSTORotar" Cloud Theatre is showIng John Drainie
leather case office boxes or rural route h
12:15.: Howard Harley In charge of program The second prize, a 8 mm addresses. "Captain Newman, M.D.
D-Rotary Pram Fleet meets 8 to t p.m. movie camera, was won by ] Friday and Saturday. A highly
D-Rotary, 12:15: p.m. Dean Greer. I dramatic film with humor- SUNDAYMONDAY"Flight
D-Rotary Pram Fleet meets 8 to 6 p.m. Other winners Included Larry South
D-Rotary, 12:15. Charles Hawk In charge of program Dallry, third gasoline engine Trail From
aeroplane; Gene O'Berry,
D-Bowling Tournament Orange Bowl\ Lanes 1-5 p.m. fourth, flash camera; Jerry DRIVEINTHEATRE Ashiya"Yul
D-Rotary Pram Fleet meet 8 to 6 p.m. Muller, fifth, gas model hotrod PIZZAFREEZETTE .
D-Rotary Pram Fleet meets 8 to 6 p.m. ; Jerry Cox, sixth, sailboat I Brynner

Coming. Event model; Larry Chin and Richard Widmark
Calvin Harrell, papermate pen ORLANDO, FLORIDA ,
EVERY WEEK and pencil acts.Id.. DRIVE-IN .

.ally, 8 ..m. until iundwn-Gatorland Thur., Fri. Sal_16-17-18
)ally-Public Zoo, Lake Front Park, Kisslmmee I Cenru/ot.e. Hoppy c.vpl.1 .: CLOUD-ST CLOUD See your 'Jeep'dealer and take a demonstration drive today

Bally except Monday Central Florida Museum and Planetarium, u'W "Walk a Tight Rope" Contest 1 Florida's Mot CARL
Orlando TusJsye through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 5 ,.m., + 7:43 bitlla-htful I>lnln. Moon SCHMIDT RAMBLERJEEP
I.I ,..,.,... In the FRIDAY-SATURDAY .
Saturdays and Sundays, 2.00: to 6:00: p.m. Planetarium "Lady In a Cage" ST. CLOUD HOTEL [ DIVISION]
showings 2:30: and 3:30: p.m. Sundays. WEDDINGAND ':25MManlac" ....1.. __.... L......... 2506 Orange llossom Troll Kisslmmee, flprldo\
Daily 1:00: a.m. until 4:00 p.m. except Saturdays, Sundays aid ......... PlM "CaptainNewman
.... .., ..
holidays-Tupperware Museum, Kisslmmee. r llltlM> 5.'J..p'vehicles
ANNIVERSARY CARDS lOot New York AT*. I tIlllHi 'In action In
11:00: Inns "IB B&UTEST mew 01 EASTS" (TulS. 9 p, M. Chr 91]

HUNT nitos.
Sun. Mon. ',
Tuee.- -20.21 ,1 .

No Substitute for 6IOR6Ia $ UA Pns.nieM.w9M "For Those Who Think I r M .." "If

Young" t '.

Paid Circulation (OsONAAODINC 7:45: -11:1] :.'. ...; .' l
MACNINIIrgAY "Tammy and the Dependable as sunrise i. i
\ Doctor" ., .., ,
Reprinted from The Jackson Clarion-Ledger -tIMCIw .. \ .
':UWf'CInflMl'7Jul '1" "f wStandard's
The most valuable asset of any publication is ,
its paid circulation which certifies the worth of M., 89soN 22 farm fuels have been favorites with three generations' v "

,. .,, FAMILY COUPON NIGHT ... of Southern farmers
and e. 5. lM w..* because they're always
advertiser ee .
any newspaper assures any that his C.. IAnt/.Lr.,. "7 Ways from Sundown" maximum there with
message will be welcomed into a specific number of eN/cnN goorbo stuart 7:4J-11:4S muscle at economical cost. You, too, will find that '\ 0f"

homes.The 1..a.,_..... ".IMHU01 'Experiment In Terror" .. Standard's gasolines will enable your tractor to take peak' ,
Advertising Institute of the University of I,_..A..MII'.*"NIN ':40 pw "iI> loads in stnde. Top performers, too, in your car or truck. V
Mississippi underscores the 111 IASt tOilNSQN QilANOO *
worth of paid circulation Standard Diesel Fuel-ita purity and high-ignition _
and reminds that it has been dramatized in quality mean full combustion, hard-working f'
results of newspaper strikes in Cleveland, New oJ"

York and Chicago. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING t. v44o"

"Whenever a legitimate newspaper is suspended Notice given to all interested parties that the < :: E. I.. NEID ':

say an Institute bullctlV free circulation Zoning Commission of the City of Kbsimmee, Florida Agent I' .

publications, often with huge claimed' coverage, will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, July Kisslmmee 1 FI a. ,4

make their appearance. Advertisers have always 30th, 1964 at 4:00: the City Commission .

found that replacement publications are not satisfactory Room, City Hall, to hear any persona interested in

substitutes for established newspapers." the following application for rezoning:
We take better
f The reasons for this are several and simple: Request of Mr. Arthur. Shook to rezone the can
Since the free circulation described -- ::_.. of your equipment J.....
publication is not sought following property from B-l (Central He-

by the reader, often it never reaches the person tail business) to B-3 (Commercial Business) for the STAID ,0. 'i

who would act upon advertising A larger percentage purpose of a used car lot: RD """i

of such publications are quickly deposited In Lot 2, Blk. 0, U.H.P., Draught's Addition. t ".
gutters and
garbage cans. The location of this property is 504 Main St
The free-circulation publication has no accumulated I
prestige which may be transferred to the

advertiser, nor does it have proven public acceptance OF KISSIMMEEEXAMINATIONS

to offer the retailer. Free circulation is on a ret

quantity rather than quality basis

The average family Includes four or five individual

consumers who are certainly reached by the

legitimate community newspaper. The free circulation -

"throwaway" shopper is rarely scanned by will be then for
more than one person.

It la no accident then, a* the Ole Miss Advertising .Patrolmen, Firemen, and Dispatchers

Institute points out, that the great retailers August 29, 1964Secure

throughout the nation continue to put the bulk of
application and
their advertising dollars in newspapers with certified information at

paid circulation and with established community KiMunroee Police Dept until August 19, 1961

acceptance as a'news and advertising media.

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"Roll out thou Uiy, haiy,
enl, days of summer *
10 ffo the words of my ftrorlt
summertime song. Summer
time-and the cooking should
be easy and light Mix a meat.
loaf in the cool of the morning -
have ," half of It for lup-
per and freeze the other half. I .INN DI>'H tTOMM, IHO. .- ci>rt. axr t.MONEIFSS
Serve with a casserole of yellow u. "
'; ) ROUND
squash and
tomatoes Y.N 1 1fr
which can also be prepared i I
early In the day and rtfrig.
crated until late afternoon. Steak LB.8I ?
Add a lettuce, cucumber and y i
spring onion salad and hot
biscuits for a rood summer D ,1\,
supper. No dessert Is needed i
just put a dish of guava jellyon I EMI l
the table to finish off the
biscuiu.: Have lots of Iced tea. Steak L. IlB


IFS cup catsup s \'I'-JI t.1 I.t.P' R1\ \'N tl'! ',ilZI.OIN l FIPvrv
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1 package Upton's Onion
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cup soft bread crumbs Roas'l I LB nim
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slightly Stir In catsup, water Perch 23 VALUE! WOf'll ',rvt'',r{. VY '!'MUFSHfR It GROUND
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and meat and mix well. STAMPS $rd95PKG.
Bake at SSO degrees for one REG. 69f COPELAND COUNTRY LINK S LL.
hour. B f 5
59 1
Tomato Zuchinni Casserole or Squash With Sausage. u. ee'REG. .

Boil about four lucchinl! or J9, EA. COPELAND

summer squash until tender in Lunch 2Pkgs,49'r SAVE s1 IA _ti 1tIRIFI MAIDApple .\
salted wster. Remove and MEAT 303
slice. In a buttered casseroleput (BOLOGNA, PICKLE, SOUCE I Sauce 8 CANS $1
half the squash. Cover
with finely chopped onions, *
sliced tomatoes and grated Sausage. u. 39 SAY 3< EA. IHRinY' MAID ALASKA OR LARa /
cheese in that order. Salt, pep. 103
per and butter these layers. REG. S9, PALMETTO FARMS PIMENTO Swt Peas 8 CANS $1 .
Now repeat the whole thing.If 1 Z.
have parsley Cheese 49'
you any or
basil, a little is good in it. Be SAW sure you have added enough 25 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COOK-QUIK CUBE / 10XPui7ch7
butter Put In 350-400 degreeoven Corn :
until it is bubbling nice. Steaks 10 S :5 k. 89'McKENZIE I
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cold, boiled shrimp with I.
Sauce Remoulade and a casserole $1|
of rice I consomme. I 22.LB S AVru\ < OfEP SOUTH
Sliced tomatoes with French VegetablesASTOR | A .
round Dressing out Is this all supper you need Dessert to / ; May 0 II nOise QT. 39/

could be a dish of sliced, fresh

1 cup Sauce mayonnaise Remoulade Napkins. -G 10xhi
1 teaspoon lemon juice JuiceMORTON 499s"s i
3 tablespoons chopped chives Orange i i -
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3 tablespoons chopped parsley

Dijon Mix or mayonnaise Louisiana, lemon mustard juice 1 FROZEN READY TO"SERVE ALL fLAVORS Rolli! +. .".'..... '. ". rKG' 10n
chives and Add
parsley. mustard -
to taste. Lef.tallcl"twdhoura KIC T9uiIE' DA*LIN9W
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2 1 cans small beef package consomme blanched almonds tt: : =( :1 -r --1:" .": ,:::::..(...:,,,..t(= = =: =

2 scant cans water I /
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Brown rice In butter In skit- I
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Bake, covered for H hour.
Stir, bake uncovered for 45
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and Leo Brooks of St. Cloud COFFEE = TOMATOES i Mayonnaise
High School will represent the 20 GionfCo D.,, 6.PAC 12'o* Sov 20* ').Lb. Bog I
Future Farmers of America $ 28' l-Lb. Con ;} Save 24 1 1Lb. Con Save 3Vi 303 Con ,{ Save 20' Quart Sow

City.first forestry Leno chapter The week State at training boys of the Park will the 30th camp near attend two annual at-week Lake the 0' 49 ? 1 59 ? / 9 ; 39 i 39 ? 99 % 39 I!

training session I beginningJuly \ Um 3 { llmrt" I .* {!.Older Of more **** Wo h aril i P.I*e I U''IU' slur NuAr"n (J.t.llIy Until i ..iiH $5 orcfri arTOPVALUITAMP anon I
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farmers the are forestry expected camp to this attend I I, j.J==t:==J _:.:):" --? i

teachers year.Nine vocational are expected agricultural to be on __ ;I

hand each week to assist with E? CTR/A, Grade "A" Pincbrceze Medium ;
various aspects of the camp. [ I $ nmm' \ =
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and best In the nation, was T........ r-nNu
established In 1934, and Is / N'CltOCOLU'Eela E G G 5 II
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products sponsored Industries by Florida's and is forest under ....,_My.... YOUR COPY OF THE HEW TOP J' _"
the direction of the Florida a.-.. 41 t tEXTRA.
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Hospital Notes Intercession City News


July 7 Golden Gate StateD
Admissions: Mrs. Anna
Ya r r 9 ti Thompson Willie HtrUog. Mrs D. G. Owlett

Discharge: Neal Jenkins,
Mrs L. C. Bronson Mrs. Edna Mr. and Mn. Sperry and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Beet daughter have moved to Cali Mn. John Rambo has been
July I entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Leroy .
Admissions: Gregory Collins Sperry Shudd, and family of New

rage Four-The Catette Klssimmee Florida, July 16, 1084 Ronald Phay, Raymond their horn. Brighton, Pennsylvania. Mrs
Oakes, Dewey Bronson. received of Shodd I I' Mn. Rambo'* daughter .
Discharges: Mn. Verne Word ha M.rl.retGoodpeed. Jessie.On .
of Mrs.
Long Mn. Helen Johnston the passing July 10th, ,fol' Friday evening, Mill
Another Index on
Up Mrs.Cora Lee Shephard, Mrs. lowing heart surgery, in PM'f' Runnette Holtclaw and Mr
Jessie Guenthal Mrs Mary Frank Garner
delphia. Our sympathy goes wher wen married in
Ella Vine husband the Rev. J. C. a homo ceremony, by the Rev.

Sales tax collections this year and last are showing Admissions July 9 Mrs Sylvia Goodspeed.Mr. Mr. Fred Tom, pastor of the
: Klislmmee Nstsrtne
Mn. Jack Curry, Church
Ian increase every month-but there's no way to tell Chapman Miss Marcia: Watkins Michigan, have been Mr and Mr*. Garner .,living

how much of this has been brought about by increased Mrs Margaret Cash, from spending a few days visiting In a Slack apartment

business and how much by the fact that the tax was kina Mike, Sr.Hanklnt. Mrs., Ethel William Hlgley.Han- friend he,.. Mr. and Mrt Mr. and Mn. Austin Coker
former relld.ntewho and family, from
Intended this year to include items not taxable in Discharges: Mn. Leona Far Curry taught an In the Osceola Arkansas, have been Blytheville visiting,
mer Raymond Oakes, Gregory
previous years. Collins County School System. Mr. and Mn. James Murdock
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Beck entertained and family
So it's necessary to look at other indexes to judge Admissions July 10 Rev. Julian Mr. Beck' niece last David Howard has been ..

the state of business in Osceola County-and if the May, Fred Hill: Mrs. Aisle "'Mr. Coombi sting his parent His sisters,

gas tax is any criterion, business is very good indeed. Carpenter, Jack Paul Robert and Mrs.the M. birth E. of a Rosalie and Kay, returned to
Speer. are happy at West Virginia with him for a

During May this year, the state collected 60860.* y Discharges: Ethel Hlg- daughter. Loren O'Dell short stay

871n Osceola County from gasoline taxes while a year Icy, Mrs Elisabeth Edwards, have Mr.returned and West Virginia The Rev Lowell Clyburn a

ago the figure was only 5094012. The increase is Fred Hill for a few month local ton, now patter of a
.July 11 Nasaren Church in Jackson
approximately 20%. I Admissions: Harry McClard Mri. Daisy Madge Akers from Alabama villa, South Carolina, is hold.
, we're still progressing. + ., rs ,: ..LrMtallr Mrs Katie Boykln Ingeborg daughter, have been visiting Mr. log evangelistic meetings In
Johanten the Kissimmee Ntttren
James Aken
Discharges: William Han and Mrs Church of which the Rev
I kins, Sr. Mrs. Martha Gale family of Hope Fred Toms Is pastor.
and Mn. Boyd -
Osceola and Recreation Miss Marcia Watkins, Grant and grandchildren Mr. and Mn. Lloyd King

Bass Sandy and David Frldley are and Mr. and Mri. Harry
July 12 to Chamberlain have
on a trip to Connecticut returned
I. Admissions: None. visit relatives. after a trip to Pennsylvania
Where in Osceola County can you launch a boat? Discharges: Robert Speer Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Man- W* wen sorry to hear that

Where can you camp? Jack Mrs Hall,Katie Mrs Sylvia Chap helm an the proud parent ofa Mr. Maurcle Swift, of Patter
m.n. Boykin. son Kenneth Lee. County, Pennsylvania, Is not
The answers to these questions and others of a July IIAdmissions Mr. and Mn. Ross Beck well. H* and Mr*. Swift have

recreational nature are being gathered by the very Scott Uless Llttlefield.: Mrs. Jacklyn have told their home on Shep been winter guest the put
and Mr. D. two ,eara.
herd Lane to Mr.
active Recreational Committee headed by Craig Bell. Discharges: Harry McClard, C. Moore, of Akron Ohio. Mr. and Mr*. Marshall
Miss Etta Pullins, Ronald
They expect to have a complete and detailed reporton t 6 k % Phay, Mrs Anna Thompson. Mr. and Mn. Eugene Kowal- O'Dell and family have return.ed .
to to visit to West
"Yla 1 t ski have been on a trip Virginia
recreational facilities In Osceola
to present to the OSCEOLA HOSPITAL

County Commission in September.
July 7

The Gazette wishes to take this opportunity, in behalf Admissions: Mrs. Rosa Car

of all citizens of the county, to thank Mr. Bell ter, Mrs Audette LaCombe. DAVE'S

and his committee for this work. The results to be Daisy Discharges Clark: Horace_ Lehr = =

!published probably in map form, will be helpful to all July I

of ObituariesEMMA Admissions: Mrs Patsy McDonald CARRYOUTOPEN
Richard Tlndall.
us.Like Discharges: Non
HINCIICUFFE Jane Dew, Hartford Connecticut father A. F. Fleming in the
Donkey Softball? Mr. Elisabeth Terrell operation of a grocery store July 9 11 A.M. TO MIDNITE
Emma Hinchcllffe, 81, of Haddenfleld, New Jersey and for several yean and for the Admissions: Edward Wolf,
1506 Penfteld Street, Klsslmme Mri. Theresa Nerdrum New pest 26 yean had operated hit Mrs. Dorothy Hardln Orus SUNDAY 12 NOON TO 9 P.M.

passed away Wednesday linen, Connecticut. Also two own machine shop. Carter John Larranaga.
Back in evening after a It'nrth11.\ nieces, Mrs. Webster Smith Discharges: Mrs Audette
depression days donkey softball! used to One of the oldest active SUBMARINE SANDWICHESA

: draw hundreds of people in the little town where this n.A'native of Philadelphia, and Miss Virginia George both members of the Kissimmee Frederick LaCombe TobiasJuly Harry. Englander
of Kissimmee. Full
Volunteer Fire Department, he ( MeallSPECIALIZING)
: writer raised Pennsylvania, the moved from
was Recitation of Rosary was had served for 37 yean H* 10
i Glenvllle West Virginia to at I p.m. Monday In the Gris was a member of the First Admissions Mrs. Hortens INCHICKEN.IN.THE.BOX
Today it still does. Because how can you beat a Klulmmee 14 years ago. porn Chapel with the Rev. Vivian United Presbyterian Church Smith, Mrs. Berths Laplern,

: game where local citizens are "pitted" against some. She was a member of the Twohlg of Holy Redeemer and wat, for ....r.I'.r., active Mrs. Evelyn Thelss, Wallace
obstinate and First Methodist Church and Catholic Church: officiating In the Kiwanis Club and Tobias, Leroy Cayson.
j as unpredictable as a donkey
thing 1. until ill h.aithtorasd her rellrement services will be held at Discharger Thomaa Lane
(Funeral Knights of Pythla LocI,.. "'
I The Jayees are going to give ill of l'ctanct to ,*'she was"active 1n, ,}sort Myer. Chapel Arlington, lie la survived by his sitter,; Mil'iGIe1l Moore :( Melvin 10R PICNICKERS OR BEACHCOERS
Softball the Ofderof tht.Eastern Stark .Virginia at which time a Requiem Mrs. Fred W. Engle of Kittlmmee. .. Mis* Standrldge.. '
again on Friday night July 2ft at
AeR donkey! and the R.bekah Lodge. Mast will be offeredfor George, Mrs Patsy McDonald Fresh Potato or Kidney Itean Saladin
i! the High School Baseball Field. It ought to be up. She It survived by her hut- the repose of his soul by Funeral services held July 11

I' roarlous: one team will be composed of Jaycees, the band, Wilfred Hinchcllffe, one Rev McGrath, Chsplaln. Military were Admissions: Richard Hyde, pints
daughter, Mrs Charles Dixon, honors will be accordedat at 10:30 a m. Saturday from Thomas Miller Mrs. Nancy
other of older business
people. Klitlmmee. the graveside In Arlington the Grissom Chapel with the Venters. Large and Small PIZZASALL

; And the profits will help finance those worthwhile Funeral services were heldat National Cemetery, Grissom Rev. Dorr Van Etten ministerof Discharges: Ores Carter, KINDS!!
2 o'clock Friday from the Funeral Home was In chargeof the First United Presbyterian Elmo Hedgecock Mrs. Rosa
Jaycee projects good for all of us.Let's Grltiom with Dr Ira
Chapel I. arrangements Church officiating Carter Pearl Johns, Sr.. Free
E. Wllllamt minister of the Active casketbearen were John Larranaga, Mrt. Emm.WII.on. Delivery 817-2838
First Methodist Church, AvonPtrk .
ARTHUR LLOYD ING Messrs. Addison L. Bodlford, J."
Go Mettrt. Ftp W. Cowart J. W. Kelley, Carl July 12
I Swimming Arthur 63 of Kenton Nelson Maklnson and Admissions: Tommy Roberts
Lloyd Fleming, ,
U. S. Fred Conard
Chapman Back of Jimmie' Bar
Mrt. Dorothy Brunner. Turner and Gee Product
E. M. Jones, Albert Roger, 424% Broadway, Kissimmee Earl J. Murphy, Jr. Honorarywere
Discharges Wallace Tobias,
and passed away suddenly at noon members of the Kissimmee :
Henry T. Simmons W E.
Mrs Olive
e Come Sunday and Kissimmee will have a swimming Trump Interment followed In Wednesday Fire Department Inter.
A native of Nebraska, h.h.d ment followed In Rose Hill
pool when the Tropical Hotel pool is reopened at its new Oiceola Grluom Memory Funeral Home was been a resident of this Cemetery. Grissom FuneralHome

location at the Osceola Golf and Country Club. In charge of arrangementt.CRATTAN community for the past 45 was In charge of ar
year lie assisted his late rangements.
' Cost of installing the pool has only partly been defrayed .

sale of new memberships and by sale of bondsto CLIFFORD RICHARD Episcopal Church Will IIold i

old members, we're advised, so applications for

I membership are still being accepted by the Club. If of Grtttan 916 Emmett Richard Street Clifford, Kluim., 86, Daily Vacation Bible School

f you're interested. ask any member for an application mee, paned away Saturday

blank. morning after a lengthy \111- St. John's Episcopal Church tuations. This team trainedat

nee, will have Its Dally Vacation All Saints Church: Ft Lauderdale -
This has been a big project for the Country Club, A native of Elms, New Church School from July 27 conducted a Dally Vacation I
but one Important to the whole community. We'd like York he moved from Buffalo through August 7. Church School at the
New York to Klttlmmee 12 jI
to congratulate the club and its members who have The session will meet between Episcopal Cuban Refugee Center '
ago. He was a retired .
year In Miami and U now conducting
worked lo hard at this project. It's good to live in a hardware merchant morning 9 and 11.30 in: the each Parish weekday such a program for

: town where things get done I II He was a member of the House on North Bermuda Ave. deaf children at St. M...,.'*
Redeemer Catholic
Classes will be for Church In Tampa
\ provided
Church and the Name 80-
all children from those who Though St. John' has util ( /
I Include hit wife have finished the first grade to lied the service of this team
Railroad Crossings! E. Alice Clifford one brother those who have finished the for the past two years additional .

Leo J. Clifford, Buffalo, New sixth grade. Interest In the team
} York. Alto a niece, Elda I. The teaching staff of the was aroused this year when
Uedy, Klulmmee. Dally Vacation Church School Beth Porter, daughter of Mr.
Since the tragic death of
one of our older citizens Recitation of the Rotary was will be composed of a team of A Mrs Orville Porter Kisslm.
c who was struck in her automobile by a train on the at I p.m. Sunday In the Grit- Episcopal Young Churchmenwho mee, was selected. for work on
; Monument Avenue railroad crossing several monthsago torn Chapel Funeral servUfi are moving about the Diocese the team. Mn. Craig Bell of
of South 'this St. Joh,,'* Church will supervise .
\ held
were at 930: a.m. Florida!
<: we've been wondering what could be done about
Monday the Holy Redeemer summer conducting such the craft section of the
the several dangerous crossings inside Church Schools I In .1. Dally Vacation Church School.
3 our city Catholic Church at which time __ varying_
crossing where other tragedies may take place at any a Requiem Matt wee offeredfor WASHER
the repose of bit soul by
the Rev Vivian Twohlg.Catketbearert sststsetlrtt- 1

& We're advised by City Manager Charley Tyson were Joseph

fcj that he ts looking into the cost of signal lights but it Hoban Gainer Ted Bill lleeren Powell, Jimmy Martin r ar

i 5.:; is likely that the cost of protecting all major grade Sabetto and Warren York.

crossings In the city limits Interment followed In Oace-
g -on Magnolia Drury, .
Monument Ruby, and Clyde, we'd say-will be beyond ola Funeral Memory Home Garden wa In Grlitom chargeof I After The Ser ices

I the city's resources. arrangements
Perhaps fan recall from past experience .oIMAL If ROW w.. we ......
Meanwhile we urge all citizens to be extremely you .... If
1ST LT. JOHN II. McBRIDE bow many problems remainedeven J .........w.1LMr.
cautious when approaching these crossings One death after tilt memorial service was com- WA111/
John H. McBride lit Lt. iI e muut e4 SMOtT CTWSIls.
5 II enough price to pay, (CU. S. Army Ret), 80, of tOT lewd Our assistance U always availableto ..... .... ealeseles ea 1...

: Sun Street Kissimmee, patted those w* MIT before, during and *.. .*y feMc. Seta,,,.*, mm4 ...HI.ao4

ti TlI/1 away In an Orlando hospital Mlama. after the service. isle --. by.yvle .

...'BB.nee Saturday evening Ike owes urn-no ivrrmCOMSABl .... .......
A native of Meriden Con- Of MOe.e1 sue,. ..... ...., ........... .... '...
nectlcut, be had been a mi' tan? --- e-.
AL CORY DAVID WEST BOB CODY dent of Orlando 14 years before MIWINISU 0 lie na. ....
6 CAMcrrr*. Ur .
Pabllaker .
fi Editor Editorial DirectorA _
moving to Kluimmee 14 .
III R.IEDEL f wee a* .......
month ago. He retired In IXfCTIICCVOTMtt
1933 after serving SO In
y yean
the Army.He 2' J< M
Second clats postage paid at PMt ua a sac 95
Office at Xlsslmme*. Florid, 10' IMMIif Itself -
was a member of Ute ormt : =: '
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.,Verona Street, Klatlramee. T.lephon. 14748(1. Mall Address: Undo Shuffleboard Club Cold isal
ti P.O. Box Ml. Star Association, the American ? LIMITED TIME ..
Legion and Retired Officer ONLY !
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Local i advertising bated on open rate ef M per column Inch' Survivor Include kit wife

S wU..idJui..ta for contlstency and YOlu.... CJasalfled adS Nettie Ettell Sip McBride, PARKS FURNITURE
twe ttepeont. Irvin Falk .
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Bridal Buffet Supper i >< :iose. w=

Milt Barbara Thacker and .
her fiance Steve' Miles, were addition to the. feted OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK :

honor gueita en Friday evening couple, guests Included their Hours 8:30 A. M. To 8i30 P. M. =
when Mr. and Mrs Hewen parent, Mr. and Mrs Russell
Latteter of Orlando enter- Thicker. Mr. and Mrs Riley Sundays 9 A. M. To 7 P. M. ;
tamed with a buffet supper Miles Also Mr. and Mn Phil
. The party rooms were decorated Kelley, Mr. and Mn Carroll ["Dick" Padgett, Owner]
k i with a profusion of Starling, Mr. and hire Wil-
summer flowers and the din- lIam Prather Mrs R Elmo --
log table held a beautiful arranremtnt Griffin, Mimes Julienne Mlles, -M
of white stock with Susan Staring Eddlth Montgomery
pink carnation and pink rosebuds Ruth Perry and Dor
othy Moflat, the. latter threeof .
The young couple were pre- Orlando and the Meaert
t tented a rift In their chosen David West and Victor Laate- PADGETT'S PHARMACY
pattern of crystal by their her
PAUL MUELLER Corner St. Cloud Hlwoy A Indiana Av..
nurried July 4 Home Demonstration News HONORED Mr. and Mrs Jack White wen honored at t going ST. CLOUD PHONI 893-2318
way party at the Elite Lodge prior to their departure for
Missouri when they will mike their homo. Jack la Past
MuellerMayThe { Swimming Suits Vary; Exalted Ruler of the Klulmmee Elks Lodge and Blanch wit
prtildent the Elks Auxiliary. (Photo by Eby)

Holy Trinity Eplicopal corsage was of yellow rotebudt Sheath Mio9 Boy-Leg.
Church of Melbourne was the and the won green and ,
scene of the wedding July 4th white accessories Beauty Tips to be Given HUNT BROS.
which united In marriage Mill Mrs Mueller mother of the By Mirilya Dietrich style that't comfortable and
Johnnie Let May, daughter of groom wore a sheath dress of Home Demonstration Agent camouflaging! try the blout Jean Graham of Joan GrabThese analysis will be free
Mrs CHMIe Holt May of Melbourne Dlor blue crepe with a lace Mio sheath godet, two- on, an over-blouion version "
and the laU Albert bodice and blue and white acceitorlet. piece blouaon, boy-leg attached to mlo pint am Cosmetics will appear at of charge
Qutiman May, and Paul Arndt Her corsage wit of these are the its popular Ehortt-type pants ehirecter Hunt Bros. Wednesday July Quality"SPECIALS
Mueller ton of Mrt. Phylllt pink roiebudt. swimsuit silhouettes this turn- ite the toy-leg faihlon. It tl from 9 to 6. Factory rmk
Rule Mueller and Phillip A. A reception wit held at the mer.To comet In one or two pleas and She will consult with all I I.. RUSSELL novo
Mueller of Woodbury N. J. parish living room Immediately select the type that flat- provide extra coverage for ikln -atr Candles
diet girls on prob. :::
ten figure study slight builds and helps to play .
The Very Reverend Alex W. 1 following the ceremony A your your
Boyer officiated at the tingle three. tiered wedding cake figure type aayt Mitt Ellti- down hefty proportion time, makeup skin can and I.e .p e t
ring ceremony before the altar graced the serving table, and beth Dlckenton clothing specialist chart and will alto give" demo St. Cloud Hotel)
Florida Agricultural Ei- .. muss ius-suiT DAGS ..,39'MckES
flanked with vases of white was served with punch and onttratloni. .err nee
stock and chrysanthemums champagne. Assisting in ""- tension Service.If Marriage LicenseApplications I -. -
Mitt Frederika Dortet was oranl.t. Ing were Mitt Join Hender your figure needs very erre iiWELCOMi1 tON
, ion, Mn. Albert May Mrs little control select the robe aonepiece OSCEOU; PHONE i CA MOW LIQUID SWEE'rNER.,2 for 89'FILMt.
Given in marriage by her Murray Bateman and Wilson style without front In Otceola County marriage COUNTY RACING FANS
brother Albert Qultman May, Krueger Mra. N. Earl Harris paneL license applications wen given .
the bride chose a formal gown attended the bride'i book. The godet T It It designed this week tot To 120 f-'
of white elite chiffon. The fitted For her wedding trip to the to hide heavy hips and thighs, Henry Gremiley,89 and Ada A-l SPEED SHOP .. . . . .2 for ,
bodice featured a scoop west coast the bride wore a under Itt skirt, with a flare Bela Bryant, 41.
neckline edged with venlie white linen suit with red, white breaking just below the hip. Freddie Lee Richard 2< and I"NKURU"! : '
lace and shirred bracelet. and blue acceitoriei. Their line.If Patricia Ann Williams, 24. PIED EQUIPMENT BOTTLE; STEHIL1ZEKS. price
length .Iee,.... The volumln- new residence will\ be in San- you hive" an average or Robert Lawrence) Mandut,
out skirt fell from soft ,ath. ford.Out "perfect" figure you can wear 16 and Lillian Evelyn Early AUTOMOTIVE RACING BQUiniKNTE.
era at the waiit An illusion of town guests included a two-piece suit without any 28. EXTRA SPECIAL
mantilla edged with matching Mri. Ethel Rule grandmother worry. Remember, two-piece James Roy PltU, IS and I Onnte Ave '
lice fashioned her headpiece.She of the groom and Mr. and fashions are the most revealing Sharon Lonne Wilson 1'. E. E. (ED) STIVERS OKUNDO, PtAANOTHER .
carried a cascade bouquetof Mr. Arthur McConnell of Na- of all swim wear. James Anon Gitlin 86 and M...... 123.00Manifold Automatic .
whit butterfly roses, etc pies If you are looking for a Marion Woods Skldmon. 80. CAMERA KIT ((*ea.nulbaFllm1'1f)
phanotii and Ivy
Mn. Wilson M. Krueger, Jr.,
of Columbus, Mlitiiilppl "wit I IBOO rUT 80lNU!
matron of honor. She wore a RECUIDIINITAI'E189
street-length dress of light KODAK :
aqua taffeta-lined organia It
featured a bell skirt with a .98 ,,'fSTJJ: )'
graceful floating panel falling AlaAUN CLOCKS .. ..'391 '
from the necklne. Her head : ,:", :',:,t. .: :: :
piece w.. of matching. taffeta .I.TStUSIV:": 'In ,' 't1, .
and orginta with a flyaway .9''
veil. She carried a cticide LIPSTICK .. .... .. .......... .... ... .. i
bouquet of yellow roses and
Ivy. 1 1.00 TV W
Murray F. Batman served LII.STICK..2 for 99
it belt man for the groom.
Ushers were N. Earl Harris,
brother-in-law of the groom $$1.19lMtni IIANI)

and Bryan J. Taylor j Miiwoiis. .. .... .............. .... ....77'REG.
Mrs May wore a mint mea ,.
heath dress of nylon organta ..p'w B<>. -.
with a matching. coat. Her U.r7Ve
- 111I r LIMMITS! .

Friendship Club
1I14A I)I..S. ,, 51'
Luncheon TodayThe ,

Friendship Club will .MAUC irk.
meet for a covered dish lunch- ; v y y a'w i ..UnnANs..ltt'g. 81,00 t ,
eon Thursday at 12.30 at the A { 4 ,:tl I"a
Home.Membert. .ar ,+r! I'lINOTOL
p* +Cr+ aoE! + ,p
are liked to bring DISINFECTANT: SPRAY.77'
own table service, and a covered -
diih. Drinks will be furnlihtd. -
They are alto reminded 11.99
to bring White Elephant to ItJ.PTO; 11151\1014.... .... .... .... ... ..911'
be used at game prixei.
#N # ,

Woman's Club to O&WMANDHERE'S $SLEEP-EZE 2.25 : .. .. .. .'I"
Air Condition NowAt : llll.ll lOTr.NCY-100-H.|. tS.9S

a special meeting of the IIEXEI) : ...... .376
Klulmmee Woman't Club It eNn
wit decided to proceed Immediately 100
with a project to air- ST. JOSEPH: ASI'IIIIN..39'RFA
condition the club houM. The
contract was awarded to Ste-
;. .
phone and Smith local contractors -
Work It to be started BEE.: IHON AND WINE: ..., .. 99'
at once.
It it hoped that It will be 1.9S
installed before the monthly PAPEIIMATE PENS. 'I19
card party Thursday, July 23,
at t:SO a.m.
Table reservations for this .II.kI4: ONSTAINLESS -n.
party can be made by calling BLADES .. ... .
Mrs Fred McDanie. 41-38111..
G 2.00 ,

Legion Auxiliary WHITMAN SAMPLER....... ... .flMvr
Board to Meet
The executive committee of IIACHNE .69*
the American Legion Asah i- 3
: ""
ary will meet today at 12 *.Mat "
the legion H_. 1.00 4n.WOODIIURY '
Members an alas Jnviuj to CONDITIONED DODGE SHAMPOO .. '
her attend.landwkh.Each one U to bring GREAT '1.19


U4W M Ma>'e-Ce.r. S YMN
MCKM Nins.ooNtis.00298NOTICE
na isr ins No need to swelter this summer-not when your Dodge Boys Dodge Dart-the first family size compact Then, ask your HAINCOATS :

AND CAUOtUNOOAtMtl MWCTW '" are offering brand-new, fully air-conditioned Dodge DeDodge Boys how little It costs to own one of these fully ar! ,"

tOUKT conditioned beauties. And to top It off Dodge Boys Ilk* C.AHAN nldON
pendables at unbelievably low prices. Put the fun back into your
r c.-.IIHI III'" Ia_ Jett ....... FIN cell -
SHRIMP1ft and the offering the best deals and highest trade-Ins In town, .. ... wly.Y M .IeMee col girls N.lla part
your summer driving. Go see your Dodge Boys give are b. .....,,sheets*.peeper ear.

A leaket once over to fine cars like: the Dodge 880-the big car for too! Play it cool for less this summer-see your Dodgethe 1tWi'lUDd.I&LW UMt lI&n.&I 21.T08HUNT 41' 8"m "

FREEZmEDRIVEN bit car man; Dodge 440-the luxury car at the low price; Boys and save! I


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perks Fun+ktrra Open Front. t'it
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Christian Science

Tyson- ;,: I .bt.ea.Society-.......alt.s e.K..
'. See N. M.d.l.aSussday
Service 11 .....
Mill Judith SUlIlonls, daughter quet ,! Sunday School .:30 a.m.
of Mr. and Mn. John C. with I
SUtilonli, and Johnny Lloyd
Tyson, ion of Mm. Lorena Store Refrigerator

Tyson Tyson of and St.the Cloud: lit, were Clifford united bride. USED FURNITURE
3rd lit Mr. Robert Bamhart and
in marriage July Sewell-Thurmond
David, Joe and Mary
6 at the Holy Redeemer beet
Catholic p.m. Church. her Gainesville spent several 12 N. Gertrude St. at RR
,. last week with her par-
The'Ret. P. Woodyard officIated Mr. and Mn. W. B.
at the ceremony. Mr. Barnhart cam
Given In mama by her 404 home for the weekend to re SAND ROCK
father the bride won a formal to Gainesville with them. MORTAR MIX
Marilyn Dietrich will leave STEEL & WIRE
of silk
weekend for Morriitown,
genii and chantilly lace witha Jersey for a visit with
redingote effect altlrt and at \ parents Mr and Mrs. W. t.aBSlgr
chapel train. Sequins and Dietrich. She will also visit
pearls trimmed the icalloped World' Fair in New York
Sabrina neckline. Her Illusion she li gone. r
veil of tulle was held In place
Mr*. Olivia Land of Green
with sequins and pearl on a Fix N. C, Mr. Homer Sny-
leaf crown. Her 'wedding jIum bou- The of Petersburg, Va., Mr. KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX

of the .H.C. Neathery and Mr. and of Henderton Mrs J. H.

GUEST SPEAKER AT try of West Palm Beach Phone
SHINGLE CREEK CHURCH over the recent guests of their : 847-3524
Renu Olson will have day grand to be held Mattie Van Wilaon.
Rev Those visiting the J. G. Mats
of the service* at the and Bodo
charge and
last week were Mr.
Sunday Shingle,Creek during Methodist the absence Church of Tom", year.(ER). Shown Standing, )R. K. McNeil of Wil-.
Va., Mr. and Mr*
the pastor, Ret. George Fraley. ( ) Stewart and Jimmy of CYPRESS

City, Mr. and Mra.
D. Matt of Lakeland. FENCINGBasket
Radio and and Mn. McNeil have
purchased a home in St. Cloud. Weave

T V Irma this McLellan week at underwent the Or. y x 7' Section

o PARKS Memorial Hospital. 8.88
( Sarah Skinner left this week
I II a spend several day with heron CYPRESSREDWtYObiij
I find It easier Louis, and his 'wife In
It to keep I I .
RANCH carry enough Ron Myeri returned this
I of warm, and from Chimberaburg Pa.
., especially if Sam and Barbara Lupfer
SPREADER their three children Sam
device."T Bill and Sarah Jan art nil
If you are to take off this week CWIII Fncs I(ski c.,. ran tfr.aN.e..Mssc' .
EARL clothing I a camping: vacation In the ..., 171 M-ti.. iii a Uelwwn mim
OWNER of a problem ,I.
Elsie Grlgiby left today for LINK4ge
)' enough to
J PHONE I situation. But ., Pa., to visit herliter
ou will find that Mn. H. B. Leidy. Mr. per ft.T..I..J. .
I I. seriously 111 in the
Poet Office Box 143 selecting Hospital. ., Getes
( still
applies. & Labor Extra

I that comfortable I* what Exciting 147.3590GREEN'S

PRESTIGE and you can
.. the
with your FUEL
.., return to work.
BUILT I green. The yellowed BALES and SERVICE)

FoRxov are definitely on the ..... WT-tlTJ S4T-41T1

For OM Delivery Phone
Rant Wlsrml MT-MBS
L I R. A. ri*.ck.r MT-4B3S
George SEE THE K...etfe BMiaa
8I3-f," ('. deed)
For Oas Service Phone
For Further 64
lonk1474121"I. 3. B. Retort RaMtna Allen 847-403

CARL SCHMIDT Km rr Br. senate
;,': !*. 01....* MT-IM1
'j RAMBLER R. B. Ball see-say.C .
: v Call H. HuaioM, Mstrt4T481
Tampa Orlando 1
Highway Rahart O'Berrr sec-asle
C. O. True 84T448TJ
Melrose Miami
d Church. lie 'will b 847.3121 ... EY.M3-S481.., St. CI...

'the tint time In
Church '

Extra Quality 'in to Missionary Schlel his work has I

Blocks Extra At CostMember No I I the. Indies Bahamas and 1 REALTORAMAFOR

of Oeceola County ITS THE SALE

A new law makes
OSCEOLA to tear down a
to drive around $10,800
PRODUCTS, drive on a >eEUroRB
Neptune hoed construction (Reduced from 11,800 for w 11

I .li thrown also open. quick sale) 'mayA

alter deface
I traffic control ,
ROTHROCK deeper pin tones of spruce and

Let u* show you this NEW 3 BR. 1 bath extra large

TANK Classified Display I living room, kitchen equipped with built-in range and I

oven, on 66'8" ]x 135 lot (adjoining corner 66'8" ]x 13S'lot

may be purchased also for 11800)) establishedlawn I
CULVERT TILE FOR Estate for Rent located in city on paved street in desirable

SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE CLASSIFIEDAD neighborhood near junior high school.

< room furnished apartment I
Building, opposite 5 cent per word,
15 YEARS < Offl e. Adult only, minimum .75
Classified Display (without .
l $''5 month. Two
K. C. ROTHROCK, Owner border): centered 8
bed room apartment Single
point line count 4
Near Uke. Cool com- .
word; 14 point line count
Adults references Ed.
a* 6 words 18 point line
demons, Tropical Park ; NIW ADDRESS AND PHONI NUMBER
PHONE count a* 8 word, 24 point
< line count a* 12 word. 1600 W VINI [VINE AT THACKH]
PHONE 1474431tCAtnc
APARTMENTS. One bedroom PHONE 847-2881<
mall, furnished. On DEADLINETUESDAY
larger one, partly fur NOON -j
h $50 monthly Include
421 Mabbett or 509 *
c *. 847-1517. InstructionLEARN kc

rent Alto trailer space. Eight Insure your future In a well\
.. from McCoy. Also a piano paying profession. Day e i ,
.al*. Phone 847-4605. night classes. V. A. appro.... I
Orlaado Barber College
BEDROOM house fur. 339 8. Oraag* BUwoom Tr. I 1
GA 54378
nished. Nw automatic wash
four big lot, across from
, : .. Lawn mower with EmploymentBABY COOK
Have A .. $<5 a month. 847-4288. SITTING and Ironing 1nmy GAS

FOR RENT- horn or day work la your
"I And moy w. suggtti that ; ; I $9, $11. $12 per wk. For la- 110... not Emnutt AMXUCA-S ram
Accident, Baggage and I apply 110 S. Beau. AMCJU AC GAS 8JUIGU
little and could save you a ) ; I nt or phone 8174708.Services LADIES. for 4 hour OVER work 40, $25 each a weak. Flexible aad .t lde t.
; I monking. ,
money In the event of a Las,. IS w. Dakin Kiaalmmee, ,ino conornic*) roots Maa.Fug

Drive carefully. W* want you for Sate 8.30-10:30 a.**. sal control et fully automatic.
: Jwi can oract .utaUMtinr. par.
I ONLY Mod S more man to. "* d
THE DIG IS oft and lofty- color help no ta my bustnet Neat Crow Fuel Gao laato.GREEN'S .
appearance car
retain brilliance ta carpet i 12 W. Dakla. K1aa1..... 8: 010.30 -
: with Bluo Luatr Rant ;
: *h*poor $U Park FUEL
@ TIME Di-
vUiost. Manager wanted for THE Wztuturt GAS
NOnCE Cart CoasMtie: Moat have car,
phoM nporiooco U Direct Sollm .
LUPFER'S .. Opportunity UallmtUd. PARKS
WILL not U rotpoaaiblo for Salary. For ntervkw, writ D. FURNITURE Coe
\ : oVbta omf kind amado other Con. P.O. Ilea 7471 Orhuolo *
: by Mr. and Mr. X H. FU. givta nmaM of peal Sr* lf$ For Your Gas pi41lca"
12Iroo4wa-Nu. To The : ....-., Dealer opoategof CJStMMEE
delivered CT I 80M. Orlando. A. B. MarthaD rt-tiM also avaJUU Jft ST. doysv
**> '7' 192.1611t

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Pharmacy to Have Variety Section

"' ', .
'f I )< LOAMS BY 1.1 WLLIWiTho I
: ,
w .
.i1i '
!/. ., ..,
::1,1< }" I nation''e vaoat """ eased i
""'It.: .
', their bane .w.HIk to
..... .' "" '; farmer MUNt\ r 17

...... : ..' '' :'> ; per yeata, aeoarlkalg tM to the Part.A two I Drem t fk5' come
: The;
...... cultural OowMlHet. of
Aaaaela- im in t'es.IlIUUemmlC
American Beakers .
.ins y- Lion, IF
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'llta u7i. Y IIAI.A. Flowera For AU Oft..... ; G-E

tat ._ _Bullt.ln Rangel
laa.i -'
..... ,, ** .. FLORIST
urtwo "N''IL"i i i M Broadway JI7-45I1
.> : I
wa ..... i DON'T snUTOI mAT tKH'! 1
K. C.
I .. ... .. KreHENtlPARI
lilt .. r II tea llrk w 4i "' .111., year T.,
tee hark ftl r deal e.m.
> ... ? .
.I 5 Seat ( ITCH. .MIC.' .
fa aJM. i i.J i + lake llwplW held HIM, swalsl kill M(**wot* < "M help*

ijKM ( speed 11..11.1. er.. ales. ..
.. ; \ r.r mrmt, Uwrl rt w riM
9400 : :\"j. : | llrk, .,.... mean mkr,
I,: MOW al NEAT aa00.
The i ? q ,, .. ,' ,., ....:w ,: N ,' .. ..".' .,,,'," "' ;""jjI' ,"'I '
tao. low CO.
The p' KISSIMMEF We are GE Deafer for ST, CLOUD
a SOON-The new Broadway Pharmacy and Variety Store, located at Monument and FREEZETTE
on icon be ready for 1U fraud opening (Photo by Ely) DRIVE-IN 847-1171 Contractor of Otceola County 892-201
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rt Stven-Tht Gazelle, k.rsvmmee i Florida, July 16, 1964

hi q
Property tran.fer in On:()'
Sales reported from 16 live
In County and their prices fig,
stuck market July 6, Included
used from price th>nJMMt
WM4I itamps .998 cattle and calveij 1,406 n vt r
warn hog and pigs; 6 hones Gross
B. Jtttrtta. and wife receipts amounted to $370,.
W QbnaV* B. Jeff riee,property, 485.46 from IS markets

On July 13, 16 market re-
Ikb Flint to Arthur
port the isle of 8,117 cattle i
A""fatworth, property, 91,!000 and calves; 1,981 hogs and
N. J. Yatti and wife to +v
piK, 6 horses 29 goats 6 k
; ; r M
Donald W. Brown of Indian-
ponies; and 6 sheep Grossreceipts 4
taws property, 11,000. .
amounted to $420,.
UlUUm A hater
to George
1/88.211 from 13 market ) .e i
K. Reels es and wife, property,
..,0\10.\ The Kiiilmmee Livestock
Gtnhl B. StitMr. and wife Auction reported, for July 1,
M Jmew..P. Netting mid wife, 661 cattle and calve sold. On AV
July 8, (84 cattle and calve
$1,000. V.
pr''' 'a .
wore IOld.rrrrOl1S 1 1p 1p

UVIl, Alit I'AIKOL ..
111':111' )' W. LAMEK "
The Civil Air Patrol o civilian j h $ %
t I"
auirlllary of the U, S. Air Army Pvt. Luclou W. La. \ tin,'
reNt' provides aerospace uilivHlei niei, ion of Mr. and Mr. Luciau .
and training: for young P. Lanier, 120 Viola Ave,
MHipIt" of the community. Sen.lor KlMimmee, hit been assigned
personnel give their time to the Army' newest Penning t }
without compt-niatlon, to con- mla i iltt batlallopths\ ,'sd Bat- .
trt ..'t.Ar \t'o',&ram, lallibit'' 'Artillery,' which ,'
The"Jtfltrlimee ,a' -3qua.. win officially organlied In (
Iron i* in need of qualified ceremonies at Fort Sill, Okla.,
lemur penonnel mr 18 to July 4.
1 Wit lit providing thus cadet
program to local teenuni, J,1 t
M 1$. For Information tome 'f'N
to the Civic Center during ont
at tile weakly I meeting MOil Parks Furniture Co.
/.' .
ay pm.
,.,Preaept IUltGIIA'OI Iep.k at Teen

.'IUJlliUI'AI. TML8Of : 'heM M7-4IT1
Oaeaola Junior High S. h.l, ,l M
rruwipai Ed Taylor told Ku BeautifulInteriors

(pin letary arhool'i Club prorinm Tue!- |jsale iscomplete .

would Mwoaro favorably tithe '
teat In central Fluid V .
when Taylor, 'who will Illlrhll ,
aatoiHl year aa prmJpil of tho K1SS1MMEE: : untitemeaise
Who, said the proiri! ',.m of
elective* offered will be bn ad- Furniture Co.
lied, partlrolarly\ In suenfoMe
alau mid the modern math I'hone snwulI :
rmetiri program woulJ be c'i. I 23 BROADWAYCLEARANCE ten

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The Gatctte Klooimmee Florida July> 16, 1964i t I..a distance of 40411' feat: oeola County, this tltl I survey line it State Road II. I Went, 107!.71 feet to the "1n.nlng TEES, DISTRIBUTEES, AND
Pact Eight- South (I'll Fo.lda.
run West day of June. jih and lyle* of a curv. the ALL PERKINS HAVING CLAIMS
141 01 feet to the Northeaat oor- CL Ct Seal)J I .I.IN.'W.t. of Ml] Easterly! ? and h diui Ot \IMANl AGAINST SAID In Five YearExpansion
A. D. ncr of Borrow Pit No I and GLENN RAT line be- 1104 feet thane, ran Souther
of August.
i LEGAL NOTICE the 1114 10th to chow day what title.Intereat POINT, OF BEGINNING! the nil Clerk of tb. Circuit log deecrlbed .follow: ly alona. said curv'thru a can. Ton and each of you are I
"lht run South 111110 Weat. Curt the Wool tral angle of and
of Oeceola Begin st a on OI'M? a dlafMt by notified required to
lien pInt
have or In and you to the above feet i thence run South ook'es-. Tkaeker and & line of Town.hlp II Pence of .... to a cent any claims which you:
IN TUB COURT you described, land and show cause Bast 100 feet; thenoe run Mol Attorneri for "tt. South, Rant II Bait; 357.70 feet 0, BIIHIHO' of you. may have *
CIRCJJIT why the aame should not betOken 11111, East .. feet; '. South of tho NorthwMt corner of :IIo ael, 300 met of Carroll, .
INTH JUD1IC1RCU1T.O8CEO1UY.OR7DA. for uses and run North 00 ".t" Weal, Il0tmmaa.July t, t, II. It, !). saId Section II; said pInt being (be end of this eurv.y deceaaed. late Jtb County
INSTATE aet forth .the arp. feet to the Point Beginning on a come concave to South line dascrlptioc'Contalnln SImile, to t olsaId ;
Il.c ContainingII10* equare feet rly and having; a radius of 1040 aauar. County Mo A multi-million dollar ex

LAW NO. ,, IN55II and the (t.14 ur. more or leas. NOTICE, OP APPllAnOI lIIi.0I ft; from a tan ('. more or la, .t Ida, within 51* i'I months partition program :
ROAD DEPARTMENT h..t or liii .R.n tbl. : JULIA X KfeNCDT. "( IS..: U .bearingof South I41'10" area In road right of way. from tka data e.a1 publication h\urne It .
Itb Alao Known aa JULIA afB& NOTICE run Southeasterly along It agreed that the drainage of tali claim oUnue growth
an & :' I. HBDTRCTIOW THAT holder Wendell the following A I.JVN] curve.trup a o.ra an- herein provided for will not beobutructed or da..d ... majrlne propulsion :
$ .t. of"IIadt MrCT. *1 0' .. a dla. or by rDtlr. develop. and must -(ate the plaoe Wru.f I
hoe aeid, fl' : announced today by tIle :
and IraTE ROAD 551Ua(1OI.A tt. tlla orltlct feat curve. I dears of tile claimant .
OSCBOLA"' COUNTT .rTOI OOtlNTYDKHtHIPTIONB tax b. thence COO South 111111 EssIa OWNED BT: HBLBN worn t* by hi* agentor i Klekhiefcr Corporation :
Political. Subdivision I of th.Slate The eertiricafa year dlatanc ot 1014.I* feet to ChI LACT and huiba.d HjFTON attorney,"
a : description of Th wholly .
of the tal, a
of Florida, I, k DBPU. BAD no. 'U.IBRROW Issuance. In beginning of a curve concave to LACY beoome voA to company,
etltlonera. atr. Ii PIT the property' and the nameo follow the Weaterly and having a radlti KTTIOW 0 .. This th 15th day of June. owned subsidiary of Brunswick :
assessed *
MURRAY W. '. BORROW I (PART) which It w** ar* a of UI." feet; thence aloneaald TATH ROAD JOHN R. CARROLL.asoetor Corporation of Chicago, will
HELEN BUMRT at at, County OVIR8Tl 1f m IFT (NORTH) fAT ON *: Tear of I.. through a central angle O*< looLA 4OVN'TrRHUCNiniONI of lbs stai. or :
114 BroadwayKlsslmms +Ot Ortfcl. No I.. of 400100 a dletance of LottIe Ann Corroil, deceased, Men Immediately a five.year
NOTIC foV RULg MSI *, Florida That part of II. l Mary till.It feet to the end of curve: PARCEL, NO. 111.I Murray W. Jr. of whoukeystone
DOMAINrHOCEgOING The NH of the fWU of the Description! of Properly: South Weal DRAINAGE EASEMENT expansion
NOTICE!: Of M1Nt6? .nd Blk thence run II..H Atorn.,
, >>: JACK W. PIERCE i SBU, Section II, Townahlp II Morgan' a Mb Lot 1 I Begllll 8 a of un.7 to the LaTERAL DITCH BJOIflf Ill it tile conitructlon ofa
IN THB NAME AND BY THB Holland BuildingTallahaaaee Iuth. Range II E.." ; 14 I' B g l of 0.NW 4'. .Rib I., tV'I. run 130.4', b'llnnln.of concave to [WI' STATION .UtU KI.lmm... ForIda new facility in Fond du Lac
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE FloridaOF a'ln. the following; boun Section I Nor. louth.R.h. and having a radios t ofTh : II, II, "I The total b builtin
UI" FWKIIIA: COUNSEL FUR THE : I of 1114 II feet; thence along nail I Z0 of the NWM. Section pl.nt t *

TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. IBI.TINIIU. Commence at ChI Southwest cor Name.* ||In East which assess.d: Henry curve through a Central anile of I. Township I South Rant phases .ttln an area
CERN and to all persons end July. it. SBU, Section II,i 17'11,45" a distance of 1811.14feet : DRFRND 'of
.lIrll.. .1.lmln.. or having COY _. __ ; 'ntlpth II South, Wiseman, et ux beingIn the to the South line ot said lying within feet each aide IN NOTII'T COURT OF over 800,000 .quar fet at
run North All of nail property feet West of a ditch .'has described an estImated cost of .
right title. Interest estate mort THE COUNTY Ih..O. Osceola Slat of Flor.Id. Section It. 1011II THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
of :
County ,
gaxe or other lien. to or on thoscertain COURT North Rest : *.:: : \ .n..j .. the Southeast corner of the BWU followa! IN AND FOR COUNTY OF to $9 million
parcela of land hereinafter O CIi COUNTY. FLORIDA .lr.\, 01 Unices such certificate oreertlficstea of the call Section It on the North lies OLA. STATB OF 0. lon
described, and the following U>OMATMER to the C.ner hall b* redesmadaccording The land herein described con. Township II SouthRange CHANCERT, RAYMOND BROWN announcing the new
persona, together with all tin. II* : OF r? row lit No. I and PINT 0, to( law the property (sine 41000 aquare feet (110 II East, at a point' 1413.51 1 va. LOLA B BROWN. building program, E. C. Klek
known persona claiming by. IIUOHET, : IIKOINNINO; thence described In such certificate orcertificates acre) more or lea. (xclualve of feet Went of (h. Northern corner TO DEFEND The State NOTICE haefer
through or under known per.cone : North 00..1. West! 100 will be sold to the area In existing road) of the NWU thereof: aald Ida to Lola B. Brown realdenceand company president,
who are dead or who are -1..e. thence.rr h la'H'43"'l I highest bidder at the CourtHouse OWNED BT: HELEN MART being; on a curve concave addreee unknown You are said "This expansion tells more

not known to he dead or alive:: IOTU'1' CREDITORSTo loo ". : thence run South Door on th* fret Mondnin and huaband CLINTON M rlnt\ Easterly 1 and having a hereby, notified that a suit I* than thousands of words
tl 17 East 100 feet: thence 1 ICY .of III4II thenc
: feet
lltoe"l'IO" "10:141111II1ITA1'1O Legatees, Distributees the month of August, 11 ) equity for divorce has been abut
KOAII N-nlMI and orh Persons Having North It'll 41Eaat, 100 feet to which I I. the Ird day of A .l LACTBCTIOV *) *-. tangrnt bearing; of South brought agaInst you by Ray. the recent growth and
OKI-KOLA COUNTYN4MCN Claims or Against ChI Point or Beginning.ContaIning STATE IOA. 1 1411 01" East run Southeaaterlyalong mend Brown In the Circuit Courtof great potential of our
A AbllHfolIl1lCIt aald Betel ".000 square fet LVted led day of July 1164 Ol'KOI. 'OVNT aald curv. thru a central I the Ninth Judicial Circuit In com
Stiff. COURT
foIn.a: :tlJ notified and reulr.d to present OWNED BT: HAZEL .B TOMB (CIRCUIT/GLENN IEALI Ifo.III.ION.. 17 41.II feet to the end of call of Florida, and you are kerubysummoned 25 years truly, a world leaderIn
Agan Guam any claim you or sECTIOn neae-taaa Clerk of Circuit Court RIGHT OJ curv.I thence run South 1141'17" i ordered and requiredto
HMD no 111.1 either ot you, may have agalnatth STATE' ROAD a-also Osceola County, Florida That part :'i Eait a distance of 011.14 feet to file your written answer or marine propulsion, with
Alan W. ImI.. Jr. estate of Maymee Hughey, One KOLA COUNTYDICSCIIIPTIONI July 1. 0, II, 11, The EM the NWU, SectionII a Point of Beginning: thence run defences to the Complaint filed Mercury outboards Increailng-
Quarter A deceased late of Oaceola CountyFlorida. Township II South, Rang- South 54*11'll" West 100 feat h..ln agaInst you In the above their of
Maxwell :lid. Alabama to the County Judge of PRO no IUURAINAOJ IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Ii Eant and to the end of thli survey .nUU.d ...ue In the office of .ha. market each
slit no llll, llll Oaceola County Florida. at KIsslmmee BASEMENT THE lying within I II feet Easterly line d.acrlptlon: the Clerk of the Circuit Court year both at home and abroad,
Janet M Florida, within six cal- (PART) NINTH JUDICIAL the survey line of Slat Road Containing 7.110 aquara fed In and for Oeceola County, Florida and McrCrulser stern drives
Quarter I1t.A coder month. from the date or RIGHT (WEST) STATION IN AND CIRCIT. 110, Section d :(111 acre). more or less, exclueIva at his office In the Court.
Maxwell Field Alabama the first publication of this no. m+00 OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA within 111 ..t".t'I of of area In road right of way house In Klsslmmee. Florida, "" outselling- all other brands
sill no llll, llll tit*. Each claim or demand must That part of: LAW NO lieu survey line. nail aurvey lIne being ALSO: LATERAL DITCH RIGHT or before the lcd day of combined In their strong-
John C. Wilder b* In writing and must state the The WUof the the BTATB ROAD DEPARTMENT described as follow: (WEST* STATION 101+00 1114. and to serve a copy AU'ut new
... (.1. Box Itl piece of residence and post of* GALLEY TWO NO 1I .... OF FLORIDA, Begin at a point on the North That part 01 newer or defense upon Thacker field.
Edwards California fire addreaa of the claimant and SKU. Section I II, I an Agency of tho lln. of the BWU Section II, The E% the NWU, SectionII and Thicker Plaintiffs at' Kiekhaefer production
BUD no. 1011 be .worl to by claimant hla South. Rang II Eaat! State of Florida Township tl 50011\ Hangs 11Faat TownshIp, II SoUth Range rn"o addresa ItP in four .
Mildred W. Wilder or the same lying within II feet Weeterly of .nd ; a distance 7011 feet 35 East; O, 111. Klaalmmae.I Florl.da plant Wisconsin cities
P O Box ItlKdwsrda will baoom. torl' according to and lying within 1* feet Easterly Easterly from ChI Northweetcorner lying within II feet boutltesstor- :. before said date aa the Cloud plant,
California I.w. of a ditch survey (In d."rlba OIEOLA CUTY. of the of the of the w', f lying within 10 feet by law If you fall to The St
new Lao
KUI no 101.1IIf.ION ThIs the lone tlrd, UKM a* follownlt'ommence Polt..1 this point NEI a curve concave I 10rtt' of a ditch survey I I do Decree Pro Confesso facilitywill
!: M4U4WSHD A. Hughy on the North line of Petitioners,. to the Wnterly and having aa follow: .. wi h. entered against you for house the administrationoffices
NTA1K HOAII S-SM A. Administrator of Estate of Section II, Township II South V. a radius of 101001 r.t; thence ( ". on the North line of relief demanded In the Complaint centralized
4IKI'Mitt.A 411 WTYDKM Maymc Hughey, Deceased Range II EaaL at a point I071.Sifoot i HELEN MART LACY *t al, from a tangent b South o..l. Townihlp' II SouthRang. control,
: HIPTIONS Fllle F. DavleKlsslmmee. Wcst or the Northeant 00. Defendants 131'44" Ka.t. run nll't last, at a point 1071II I Wltneaa my hand ae Clerk of accountingpurchasing, sales

enD no. 1011IUUliT Florida our of the KWU th.rer; nail N OF RULE RIOT alona said curve. cntrl feet Went of the cor I said Circuit Court of Oaceola and advertising
OF WAY Attorney for Administrator point beingon a rome concave The North Ml feet of th. ICed: IOns H, July I, I. U. 1114 lo the Easterly and having; a ra. PROCEEDING: 114 71 to .. .: point bring on a curve concave aald I Court at Klsslmmee. and all
ICO feel of Ih* West 100 font of hue of 1114.II feeti thence from IN THB NAMB AND BY THE thenc. run South 011141' w.t to the Easterly I and having a ra- County. Florida. on the loth corporation As production
Itie NWU of the NKU of Section I : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT a .n..nt be.lnll or South 14. AUTHORITY OF THB STATE a dletanc nf feet lion of 1144 If feet: thence froma day of June. 15(4.
II, Township' II South. Rest* II OF THE II01 Southeaaterlyalong I OF beginning ot 'on.7 concavi to tangent b.rlhl of South 14II01 .. /GLENN RAT pace becomes available It wi
East, (Excepting the Ruin 10 NINTH CIRCUIT, ; .''u.n thru a central FLRIAI IT MAT CONCERN Iha Easterly and havIng a radius Southeasterly nienn Ray. Clerk of the b* used for new product ,

feet of the paid Tract which Is apart IN AN IIlo angle 00.10'1". a of and to all parson and ot n... feet; thence along aaid along ald curve thru a central Circuit Court. with existing
plants in
of the night of Way of OSCEOLA FLORIDA 41 I* p.rU.! claiming or having any ,'Ilrve thru a central angle of angle 00'1", a distance of O. ola County, Florida the
State Road No. 110) LAW curve! thence run South 36117"V.1st I right, estate, mort. 376110", a distance of 1111.14 41.II end of laid TRACKER AND THACKER other cities continuing build
The lend herein d."rlb.d eon. STATE ROAD IEI'ARTMENTOi 441 14 feet to a POINT OF gage or ttir.ti or on those feet to th* South line of MidSection curve; thrnc run South 1nn'7T"East Attorneys for Plaintiff existing products t
tains 11.loo aquar fet (.... FLItIDA. .luooh'NINO: thence run South certain parcels of land II. feet Went of I4(l.14 feet to a olnt ofBeginning P, O Box 111 Kl.almmee Florida
.ere) more or I less 141141 .. 100 feet to the. ter and the he.lha. the bouthe 17.r of the BW'4 : th.n.'run South 14*. July I. I, 15. U, llll Mercury outboards are sold
OWNFD BY; JOHN C. WILDFK :'t.rl.d'. end of thIs survey line description .d..rlha., her with all unknown of lbs .Section II (Northeast 1141 Wed 100 feet and to thaand by a network of 6500 dealers
and wife "'I""IIKI' W. WILDER!: .
person claiming by, the NWU.. SectionII of thl. survey line dricrlptlon
ftp 11ON *.".*-_ 3BCEOLA COUNTT.a Containing 1110 0:1:: ..t. through, 0. under known p... said I Township and Range): Notice of Intention To throughout the world. Mrr
TAlf) HOAII -AIMONI olltlcal Subdivision of the (111 acre). more Containing It 110 Mike Application For Cruisers
soon who are dead or who sri thenc* continue along call curve ; quart are sold by both franchised .
'I'm.A I'III'NTV Hat. of Florida, It la agreed that the drainageprovided not known In b* dead or alive: thru a central angle of 00'60'II", (.!>l more or less. eaclua Final Discharge dealers
JflcctSllI'TIONCsari Petitioners, herein for e Iv of "r"'d right of IN THH and as original
ur"ld.tIOPm.nt. eucl'iov S4IMtOSTATK a distance of ILlS fret to theend way CURT .
no IIJp.I nbairuct.d. by Roll H-AM of curvet thence run South It I. agreed that the drainage THE ( JUJJJ' equipment to some 165 boat
WAYThat ETTAMAT LANE et al, 04 V.OI.A <'Of NTY 154117 Rant 4(OII feet to herein provided beobstructed OSCEOL COUNTY. DA
OWNED BTl: JULIA A. KENFDT. manufacturer.
pert IIr; liefendantaNOTICE KAMIAIIIIHEKIKS I by "
or curve concave
begInning a lot.t.
34.11 I and ., according lo plat OF ROUt NISI Also Known A* JULIA A. KEN Rosa Norlheanterly end having lurldvolom..nt. IN RE: THE OF .
: of Lake lei He 11.1.: (.., NOT1CH( OF EMINENT DOMAIN NEDT: Arml.ledAddr. to 11001 fret thence OWNED BTi; 1' DAVIS. IN TUJ CIRCUIT COURT FOR
ed In l'l.t Hook I, I .r.cord'j l'H'ltlCllNll I : MTION MHjeteolSTATH SHD. no. lIt 1. toll a along ::13r. thru a central I Loulie Thomas park ) Sole Iteirs DAVID deceaaed NINTI JUl"ICIAL ('lIt.
oscoola tounty. Florida, IN TInt NAME!: AND BT THE!: IIOAI II...... 1'.1.. angle of 14'IO'It". a distance of at law of Henry B Park, de ItJIrR CUlT IN AND
lying within 111 feet Southerly AUTHOR1TT OF TIlE BTATBOF <)*<' ,) IV NTV $ 'oI., 1.eID..tor IUD." fret to th* end of curve; ensue I, lolnrd by Murray los I TO AIL IT CON- PItH OIOCFOI.C'.tlJNTT.. IN
end lying within II feet Northerly FLORIDA! I 1IIIHIPTIO"IRD Norlh 114111' Bait I ark, wife of said Hrnry H CERN: CHANCFRT IN RK: ADOPTION
thence run
of the survey line of Slate TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN n.7.a no 1101 dlstanc of 1111 feet to the J.; Adelaide Park .. p.rk'i NOTICE 19 HERERY GIVEN p1 TERRI8A DIANF WII.
Road S-110 Section IIIIO. laid and to all and EAKFMFNTLATFRAL MRI a THAT I filed final LUMI. THP
persona Armlatead Hanaon Kouthweat corner of Section Il.Townnhitl Nsncy Pack: Dorothy Park h. my r* "nor. N01'1C.
j eurvey lisle desirlbed I ae followsIieiln : parties claiming or having any DITCH ItHIHT Individually and aa Ancillary South, Range tlFaat colt and hoehand, William Wal.colt : port Administratrix of tha ) : RICH
at a point I o'o the ht'"i: right' title. Interest estate, mortgage SOUTH) STATION 141+83i Administrator of the Estateof and II I end ot this eurveylln ; and Blrt I'srk.aic"riov :slat: of D, Davli, deceased; AID ALLEN WIL.IMS. r'.I.
line of Section\ II. or other lien. to or on those I'Alt!') Lucy A. Warburton deceaaedllll descriptionTh "1__' that I hays filed petition for .. ,
I Mouth Range tl Fast: : 111 70 feet certain parcels of land herelnaf. That port of! Thirty-third N W land herein dearrlbed con sTATS ROAIII final discharge. and that I will HEREBY IIIVEN that fcrneit
Hnuth of the Northwest corner of tar d."rlba. and the following The NH of the NEU of the Washington V. I).81r.t tslns1l.t1 fort (Illseres OS KOI. apply to the Honorable O, PJohnaon Everett Lambert .made appli.cation .
cud Section 111 aald point beingon with all unknown NBU, Section 14 Township tlHouth .I. III.!, 1011 aquar less. flEot HIPTIOMPAROUj County Judge ot Osceo for adoption of Terrlaa
a curve concave lo III. Southerlv persona claiming by, Hang. II kestl : OWNED). more BT! Henry or B Park. Jr, NO III I la County Florida, on the 1st Diana Williams. Minor. and you
I and having a radius ofIIIOOI through or under known per. lying within 10 feet Westerly Clnro""Joil Drive Thomas Park Polo heir. RIGHT (7 WAT day ot AU"u.t AU UU for ap.t'roval are hereby .ummohe. ordered
feet) thence from a tan- coon who see dead 0. who sri and lyIng within II f..t Faeterly Kentucky Lul. B lark. d*. RIGHT and for final dls.clsra and rqulr..d 'u. written
vent bearing of South 140110Kast not known he dead or alive; of a dlth survey lln. described SRD no 116'1, .1 Henry hv Murray toe f b1tJL I7.+II.I .Administratrix of the objections I te
run Houtheaaterly along .FITION aiexosanaTATH s* follows: I Helen Mary Lacy 1 llI'I Henry B Park, : Estat I). Davla deceaaedThla said .. ."'oor adoption In
aald curve r l'ha central an HOAII -IIM! (ommenc* on th* North line of llll Marfalr Drlv Park Adelaide, Park Webster; Nan'cy piece ol 17th day of June, AD Ibis' cause In otl". of the
fie of 141161' distance of .1'JOL. cOUNTY Section II, Township II South Owensboro KentuckySRD Jr. Park land lying In the NEU of the .. fl.rk of the for
. ... feet to the end of iA >l>MKSsra Range II East, a point 3073.01 no llll. 1101 lark: Ilrol"" W.lrol NWU of Section It, Township (s) Clara B Davis the Ninth Judicial Clr.ul of
thence run South I1MI11 cun.I'I Julia Kenedy a/k/a Julia A fast W..t 01 ( a Norl"1 cor.esr I Martha Terrell' Warburton and husband' I.WII.m W.I"ott! II South. Range II East. con I. Admx. of the Fatal of r'Iorlda In and for ( .
a distance of 1064.10 t..t to the Kennedy o' the NW'4 th.r.ot: nail McMurranIidlvldually and flirt"' tainingfourteen acrri. more or II. Davla deceaied. office In the Court
3 beginning <.f a curve concave to 159-37th Road point being on a curve concave and Is Ancillary TATH" HOAII l-n'MI I. and bounded aa follow: THACKEH AND THACKER house In Kls.lmmi-e. Florida, on
: ill. Westerly and having a Ca. Klmhuret II Queen to th* Kasterly and having a ra. Administrator of the of *< KOI.A I'Ol'NTV .line begin at the North Box III Klsslmme. Fla or before the 17th day of August.
disc of 1)10 iii feet: thence elong Long Island, York .. of 1114 II feel; thence froma Lucy A Warburton .K.I.t O IEatJllI'TItlNPARCEl. went corner of tha NBU of Ih.NW'4 Attorney for Admx l)<4. and to a copy thereof
.aid curve through. a renirai anrle lORD no :r 1141Harry tangent bearing of South 14*. 111 Pies Avenue I U. UU of sail Section II ei. July I. I, II II, 1114IV on I'etilioner's .lorn.). wh<..
of 40010 B dlatance of U McCall II01 Kant, run Southeesterlyalong Newport News tends In an Easterly directionalong lame and ae aet
$ feet to the ) till I Hamilton St sill thru.h a can. Ann no, 113.1 l.r, 'o'r.J1 the North boundary of below, ,
r t'fa.l, cur. The North !
thence rua-South Koanok Itapldi. North Carolina teal Ic : a die. McI ark r.01 101 4 feet the NEU f the NWU of laid THE CO1TNTT Final Deere dof'd aO'I I.b.
+ I dlslan' UU I.II feet le th* Mill) no lOll no.I tense ar \o. feet th. sod nt Ill Brosdland Road Beginning West of Northeast corner of Section II. te. the ,Northeast I JIYLX1E'S COURT entered M grayed In ..
1 ...u : aesve t* Patrlila T. Mi Call"I said ; thence run South Atlanta I, GeorgiaSHD of corner of the NE7tof the NWU ()SCEOI..ACiJUbifl4 WItNESS J the 1o/"d'l..I"/ a radius Hamilton street II'" Eant, 4030.00 lest to no. 117.I. till the lorthw..t .quarter tl of acid Veotlon Ill (hence In a "I"f, said Crl. and the ::f { nlj
, ot : along acid isnoke Rapids, lorl Cllaa8M" Ih* bog-Inning of a curve concaveto lark Jr lion It (l"o'j I Southerly direction approilmately IN RF THB ESTATE Court at ..
through central ol 110 I, and havinga Road Range East HATTIE A. County. Florida. this
t curve a angle no. 10. the North..t.rl being 1010 feet to a In I II IEMIHILL the 11th
fa'I'r!;: a Ctlnr |1>II4 Cyrus K, Rlckel.. ... r.t thence r.W.d Georgia city, nld line point of said Section on to the center of the .pint slso known day of July A.D. 1114ICT .
, North Rai.
Ih* South of nld Big Three Welding 'IPPI' Co run loulhe.l.rl, eald 'j 117.1, South along road thence Westerly HARRIET A HEMPHILU CT HFAll
I Section II a07l.1r..t West of P Dt Box IllS curve : ofIn'I'lI" Louise mss I'. 11 run West OO'U'I"(W.t Ocrdunn I the Midland Railroad to a pointon DeceaeedhOTICn GLENN RAT.
the Houlhesst corner of lb. BW14 : Worth I Tstis a distance.alrnrT. II II* Brosdland Road the SectIon Ill f..t : the Meet boundary of the T 4HFDITOHI Clerk Circuit Court
<,f the acid Section II SRI no,.fIU./ till feet to the POINT Atlanta I, Georgia I. ronSheepe t h.lo.lh NEU of the of nail Sec. T AL CREIITC"M. LKIlA. Osceola County Florida I
The land herein deacrlbed con.talna Ronnie) NINbI thence run South 14111vieet. )" iMP no, 1171, llllMurray tin West. of pa.I.1 to 10* lion II NW\ a Northerly 8. AND By ELLANORK( &. JOWRR9Murray
41000 squIre feet (101 Big Three W.ldln.Supply CoP a dlatance of TOO fret and Poe t'ark North" direction approximately' 110 feet ALL PERSONS HAVINd CLAIMS CAttorney
i e.r.e) more ar lessIIWNKD O Box the .nd ol this survey line d- 110 Brosdland Road run Oil feet oO.'j to the Point of Beginning' OR DEMANDS AGAINbT SAID W Overstreet Jr.
BT: Al.AN W IiOTLH.Jit Fort Worth Tells .' rlpUon. Atlanta I, Georgia 1110 Fait. lying; within 10 fret Easterly of ESTATE: for Petitioner
I and wife JAVKT M. DOYLU BII no. alI, 11 Cunainlnr 17II aquare feet, SIlO no lift, (hence Went parallel to Ill North feet, I andlylng within 10 feet Westerly You and each of you are heresent Box 491, Klaslmmee, Florida
IWIIJ IJI.'T! TO: MoltTllAOB recorded Tom.U Cli acre), mor or loss, Nancy Park 111 line of said Section North 10' 001110'Faat of a Channel Change Survey by noUflod .nd required to pr.. July II. 11, to, Auguat I 1114KOI
In O lisasIII Carroll Street ft t I I. greed that the drainage / Henry a Park, Jr, run thenc line described aa follow I : any clalma which you. or ---
I :In II o'ttM: ... K Surlngdale I ConnectluutSltD herein provided for ..I not be Ill Broidland RnadAtlanta 7 feet to the North line. Commence at a on the either of you may have againstthe 'UK
.blATl.F.Y\ JR and wife RUTH no till obstructed by develop. I, Georgia of Section 10. run I West line of B. pint Township estate Hattie A. Hemp I will not be responsible for
K WIIATISCY.1:5110w llIC"ION .... m..n(. Sill no, 1171. Ill 1 Faat. 440 to the point of II Range I Fast: hill. elan known aa Harriet A. any debts In"urra by anyone
: UmioKWllIAIN OWNED BY: Cyrus K RlckelJr. ', Hue Gregory Waburton R.dd II 3erein i I said: nr'i\: 141II feet South H..mphl. deceaied lit. of O.. other than .f.. this date
$ IIOAII ....... OM HllfuA c'III'NTVIIKHI and his wife' Bonnie Rlckel. Individually r, Th* land deacrlbrd con from ( .... corner of ,, Florlila. to the WII.m Roberson
ltilIONS tAKE that Declara.tios .A ales 10.110 square fret (.," County Judge of said County J
()0tK4IIt: 4 III NTY NOTICE a Administrator of th Eitate said Section I5thsnce: run North5041'll" at I. lo. lt j4
lIEd l BUI'ION! .RP no tll of Takinghaa been filed In of lucy A d.c.. acre, more 0. I.. tB."lu.h. East a distance of Klsslmmae, Florida. within six
BRD no. 131.1ltltJItT ItIUIT 0.WAY th. abov.styled cause by the 10 Roawell \'arburton. of .re In existing Ill feet to the beginning of a calendar months from the date !\lOT"'" TO CHFIIITORI
OF WAY That lelltloners, the acquiring authe'talllng Atlanta I I, 8tlaN. I r I C 7 concave to the Northerly) of the first publication of this In the Court of the County Judge,
That part of: The N% of the rll ef the thee. proceedings, of SHD no. la. tIC 1. OWNED BT: TRINITT LT". sod having a .'.dl. of 1004.31 Notice Each claim or demand Osceola Count. Florida
That certain four aided piece of NBU!: of Wectlon : of the abovedescribedlands St Paul Lutheran .01 FRAN CHURCH OF; thence along sail curve must he In wriln. and must IN KI ".
land lying In 1h NBJ4!: of the II South Rang* II East) via... Al right of way for a c/o Merrill I Inline I MICE INC, ERNEST KRAKMAN.RFRT thru a central angle ot ,'on'. a slate the pl. .Id.n". of CHARLES HENRY
NWU of Section\ 'I*. Township lying I within Ill feet Southerly portion of State Road S.110 In 411 South Fifth, Street EVFRBTT, and FRANK dl..n ot .00 feet co the end or the claimant and be sworn to by HARMONalso I
II South lunge II East, con. of the aurvey line of State RoadS Oeceola County. Florida. and Minneapolis, Minnesota WE18FR, Trustee of said Trln.. curve: thence run North 1141'II. agent or known .Charles H.
taming fourteen airea. more or .110. Section llll laid : that the Honorable Frank A.1 SHD It4t Ity. Llh.rn Church of KlsslmSUBJECT : Fait. a distance of 701II feet to i 1:1.n\.h'. will become Harmon Iieceased.
less and bounded aa followai line being deecrlbed aa Smith. one of the Judges ol ( Dorothy : : the beginning of a curve concave law
the lino begin at She Northwest rain I at a point on th* Court In the Ninth c/o Henry 'klUI,, : TO: MORTGAGE recorded (0 the Southerly and having a day of July. till. To ." Creditor. Legatee's.
corner of the NBU: of the 1 In* of Section II. Township II l'r"ul .. of Florida. JUdl'j Ill In a R Book 101 page radius of 3544.01 feet; th.nce l/FDWARDt OIU8HOM JR. platrlbutera. and .1 I'
NW'4 of said I Section II' extend Soulh, Range II East a distance the llnd day of July, A. II. .. llanta I, Georgia 14 In favor of FIRST FFDERAL along call curve thru a central Executor of the Estate of havngr' Claims Demand
|n an Sisterly direction of 1011II feel West of the North. at : clock A. M, In the I Pit!) no. llfl, llll IIAVINUI ANn tAN ANtit't'lA. angle of 7*tl'lo". a distance of Haul A. H.mphii. agalnat said Estate
long th* North hi east corner of the NWU ot aald ofno Courthouse at Klsslmmee William Walcott Oi COUNTT: H7III feet to the end of curvethence ; alao You and each of you are here
the NEH of the N Vundf'.fJ Section! thiS point being on aeuro. Florida conalder soilDrclnestion 110 Brosdland Road and MORTIAOP recorded In OR run North II'OCIIEaat, Harriet A. H.mphil. by notified and required to pre.aent .
11 the to the hsaterly of Taking, appoint til In favor '. deceased. any claims which
Section to Northeast concavs Atlanta I. Georgia D" IV III I feel: thence run South 00 you' nreither
corner of the NI11I4 or theN end ysdlue .or 1104.7$ .ppral.r.and mako such Order SHD till of J LUTHFRANCHURCH II' Fast. lit fat, thence run Murray W O..r'I."t Jr. of you, may have against
W 14 ot .cllon II, thenee In fentl I h.ltl:: from tangentbearing .a deeme roper All no 17. :'I.r I, South 1004 41. .... III feet to Attorney the estate of Charles Henry le.
a Southerly direction eppeoul.osataly ( 14 0l'Ol" parties to th. suit and all parties M..Id d\\::: Road PAHCFL' Nn' l.t a POINT OF BFniNMNd. : thence P. O Box 411 mon alee known as .
10111 feet to a puiiit In ." along said Inlerel.d may .pp.a and Atlanta I. Georgia ( isaetoMTATH run North Eaet Kleslmmee Florida lamon. deceased. late of Dscen.
the center of the Mldlnnd Hall.rnad thru a centra angle of t010lO". be h.rd tm. pl.c Situ no 111.I. till HOII' '.-11' feet to the 1.0.of this .1 July I, 14. II. 10. ). r I ounty
thence Westerly along the a distance of 41II feet to the dollna"'n. .KCTION MeMVMMITATM OX KOI.A 4 01 NTV line description. Judge of dldo'nh': at hie

hiidie31d Railroad Ia C end of curve; .h.AO rUI *00th each of you. \here .-.M Ihueclull"IltINePRAIOtAt1E Containing II.100 square feet I office In the .. at
the Wed I i.undery of t thiM"ot ln'Cl'IV. 1..t. a ol4110II to appear U ('Mil.10At BAHFMFNTLATFRAL (111 acres) more or less. eiclu- TAIL Foil Ding Klsslmmee. Ilorld. within ill
the NW<4 of said Section\ II feet beginning of a leg an Answer to the p."lon "NT'Illa'HI"IOII DITCH RldHT elve of are In Road Right of NOTICE TO l'INTHACOI: calendar the dste
thence In a Northerly dlrecllin curve concave to the Northeaat.erly heretofore filed In this .u. lit.! (IUTH nnrATIN Way. Sealed bide will of the first publication of thl
feel to the and having a radlua of (ha .etitled Court on or rAR'IJ OF WAY ( 1 OWNFD BT: MART S1DNETSTEFKER the office of the Board of Public Nol .. Kach claim or dsmand
point: lr"I:1::\ ) IIIOOI feet) thenosr along held the 10th day of Auguat A. II RllHT That part ofThe DEOTUFF. Widow: Instruction of 0.01. County at "IT ?f 'In writing' sod must
lying within 00 euro. (hr. a central angle ot 114. to how what rllhl. 'Th.sw'u of theNWU, Section SWU of NW' Section It. Power Attorney I Thacker I'lo Klaslm.mee ." the place of residence ef
the survey Itne of Stale.rlr.J V'SV sv". a distance : levee lien you' any of II, Township 11 South. Rang TownshIp I South. Range II, held tclo. ,' "h I Florida, up : p m, the claimant and must b. sworn
S'llO. Section IIIIO and 1)'lh" feet to th. end ef r:1 thenceron I'r 1 In and to the above- II Kaat, except a strip of land East, I TAKE NOTICE [teclara.tlon Thura.,. August I. till for the to by the claimant his agent or
within III feel Rulh.r'')' of ealdurvey North 1141'II" t"l. a die. .. and how cause I* leel wide, being I* feet wldsin lyIng within feet louh..t. of Taking; has filed In construction of a TwoClassroom I attorney. or the same will be.
01 feet South. the same ahould not betaken erly and Addition to the R come void
line line being lane of III' t why each aide of the center line the above- cause by the E according to 1.1.
described a* follows! east corner of Section I II Town'ahiim fur the use and purposrael of the road bed of the former Northwesterly of a ditch survey I..1' ( .acquiring ..u..lho.l Elementary, "'hoa. Thla the T day of July I |)I4.
llegln at a point on the Weal II South Itange II Kaat an.I forth In the etlllon filed mala tract of the Atlantic line d.rlb.e aa follow! proceedings, of 5/ Ethel Harmon Barta
line of II. Township II the end of dOs eurvsy line description herein. Railroad Company'sFlorida a pint on ChI 1 All bide received wi be publicly EthoS H.rmol Barta
Cnait Una
South' 1.I..n Fast: aatd point : WITNII. ., Hand ne She Midland I Branch, of West lies of Reel Town. I i :lb'"Id.h.'b: purpoee opened and ... lane ( of the Mtite o(
bring tin 11 feet South from thl. the land herein d.rlbe con 1..1 l'Curt 0" Ill I said of land ) ship II South Range II East adistance sot I. this I and up.cificatlnas and forma for Charles Henry Harmon
tract ;
Northwest corner of said Section talne II,Ono U I :' \. a. lying within II feet Northerly of 111.1* feet Southerly cause. .. As right of way for a bidding may be secured by .... also known aa
III thence run North 114111Kaat acres). mor or less d'JL'Nu'' end and lying within or the Northwest corner there'of portion State Road S.110 InOsceola eral contractere only tr. the Charles H. Harmon.rhllllp .
a distance of III 11 feet lo OWNED liT Cyrus K. Rlckal THE CIRCUIT Ill feel Easterly Southerly and Weaterly : said point being en a curve. I County. Florida. and office of the architect 1) depoe.Itlng d
the beginning of a curve oonoav Jr, and wife. Bonnie Hick*!. OK'HT, IN AND FO8tI5.'KlL.A of th line of Male RoadS concave te the Southerly with I that the Honorable Freak A. $1105.BlARI. I .a.a. .
to th. Northerly. and having a ilitliON 1030-Ieee ( COUNTY, FLORIDA .llll* eurvey lilt* saId urvey a radlu of 1II.*I feet; thence Smith. on* of the Judgei of the OF rm'.cINITRUrON P oi. Bot I I.I.
radlua of IH44II feet) thence TATK HOAII a.... BY: /KLLANORR O JO'WICHd I lion deacrlbed, follows! : from a tangent bearing of lout. Circuit Court In the Ninth Judicial III E. Monument Ave.)
long ealil curve thru a rhlr.1 IISI tool.A 4 III NTY DEIUTY ('U:M K Is on the Weal Il'eT'li. Eaat. run sOlth..t. I circuit Of Florida, will on OCloL Ct-NT1', FLORIDA Klsaimme. Florida
angle of 100. a distance IIKII HI"I.** A 1. ) It Township tl any alone sail curve I.rouII acentral th* find day of July A l>. 1114at ,.Secretary Attorney for fcxerutrla
feet to the end of curve thenc4run I 8RD no MURRA w. oVnIAT. JR. rI'II East 1110 feet angle of 111!' .. 10 00 clock A. M. la the (15r.ois July a. 10. 1114iNnmo July *. II. it. to. miriHST
North 114111' East, a dls.tsnoe RIUHT OF WATTh. :: : rl .; corner ef lands of .*.. f..t te the end of County, Courthouse at Klealmmee ,
of 001.81 feet te the begin, South II 'at of Lots Ill Broadway being said curve thenc* run South Florida consider sail Charter No "I"
nln" of a curve couceve (0 the and 114, according to Mailer KI.lmm. Florida Mid Section II: said to point the Southerly 171117Eaat. 114 I* feet te the Declaration of Taking, appoint OutPOST 0.(' ..TH I NATIOIAfu *4NK or

having a radlua ol Land CompanySubdivision, recorded en a or.* .nr.V... .. radius of POINT Oi BBOINNINU: Thence appraisers. and snake neck odor KlnlWnCI I. ElMS "'TI 01 Pt.osslso6. A' TH" C 1..'_" or
left irlr.t thence along I uld). In list took I, peg II. JACK W. PIERCE thence from a I.".. run .tl 114441 West I** aa the Court All "P' JINK .I'P' 55.s'ISED I. Tn
curve thru a central anile ofoII.u. record Counlu Holland Buildingor'o'u I IIIOOI feel I4l.I*.' feet the end at thl. survey -1 to the suIt pr.r.par. IAI.I. SIT (.OW.IIOI.IJ sir TICS 01 It..1.
ef Mouth 111"l'
.' il ( .. ret bearing p.l.. .IO. sin, t'. 'll.
a distance of 111. feet sku'Fon Rast Southeasterly alonesaid Ions descriptionCONTAININU ( may appear and I I.rn aTATt"flo
te the end ot carve; thence ron r15 lad herein deecrlbed eon. THE PET rea ceetrai 114 aquar feel be heard the time and placedeelgnaled ETSi.
North $00t41' .. a distance I Sales .000 feet (.IIaireK riiiMKua. espy* through a angle 4 114 acre*, more or lees, Cash. balance with other beak: and Items la
of 471II feeti thence run NrthSnsIl4 more or d"IU.i... ol July .t. U. II. 1114NOTUH cf 111111 to the a .I..n.the .1.. ef road right of way.It .I.'j Tee and each ef yen precsaa ef collection ...._.._..-.-._c.1__- 3,174,1341
$ Kast. a dlaunce el I ares In III" I" feet South l7'II'Il"Past la greed that the commanded to appear by fll. United Statee Government ebllaat,ions, direct ;:

47* I* feet lo the Northeeel cor. OWNKO HY' AIINKKH ; tl..r. ran of lone 10 feet to herein provided for will .001 aeebonacted lag an Aaewer to the Petitionheretefore Iniesi N.t of aay reserves ----.--.-. i-.i-- I.IiI.lfl14
one of the NWU ef sId SectionII and wlf. EVELYN TO DEFEND a by future .developiiWNBTi filed la his raise lathe Obligations ef Statee and political l lO.t I (Net ot
at curv concave
and the encf of thla survey : PINKER Ie the Circuit Court ef th* NiathJsdiciai the beginning a ."t. entitled on er ) ..._._ __-
.line descriptionThe StliJKXT TO: Circuit In aid for Coun.y te the Westerly and having BT. tETTT GREGORY the JOt .. C.Auguat .to.. notes,. debenture* idi'.ti.i.I..a..n
1 land herein deecrlbed con- FOR KBD .._ 0 I ef Ola, State ef Florida a radlu ot llll feet; thence HANMON: MARTHA TERRICLLWARBl 1114. what right title.Intereet ef Federal agencleeguaranteed and

talon 14111 square feet Ill liook II, .e. of la ( Ne. Sill. HARHYLANiKKHD. along said curve through. a eeatral 'RTON MrMt'RRAN: SUE or lien you, any elyes by U. SI Net ef ,aay raasrvoo..__ lclOeeeo
.. .. HAHRY L PATRICIA Plaintiff va. PA. enale of 4S'iI'Ci" a WARBUHTON have la ash Lean and (Net ef cay i
ae..I, more or 1- h.a1 end GREGORY REID to above.descrIbed .I.t ) 1,401 114 41
: AIJN LANIIOOOD tH. ef mill feet le the : .ti. Fixed _=,
areas In ) T. M. wi. a. Ancillary lands and raeai &t ,---:- 1e4.11I
OWNED BY: MART BIDNET T..du\ NOTICE T.DEFENU Curve; thence.. rua of South the Estate .1 Tier A WarbarpUBJECTrV why the same ....Ie net betaken Other ......?__. _.._-.-----... lt.illee IT
DEOTOFF. eTA?. of PatriciaAna Weal a .a"M a.n.1 r.t for the ueee psrp.eoertf.11h ASSETS -- .
I' ITI..11 power of Attorney Oil.KWI.A 4-01_ Leastood 111 bell Sid* le the eeglanlng ef a eoacav ). INTEREST 0 la the Petition TAL iii7..1..
J J ( ( STEFFKS) i>n4Rirri Ni Parkway' Suffal. IS. Clew York. t* lie Easterly a "havinga ROSA ARM1STBAD te a Demand ...It.. 1..1..
Yen hereby that radlae ef II thencealong _._...._ .. _
that a Declare PRO "" 301.1BORROW are .Uf. a .. (. my Hand the __ _
( TArI NoTICI filed la l'I1 eult la equity has .I ... through a cooCal Eta a WaTNI *. .Ilia Time and aavlaae **.* of ; -- ----- I".NU.

above-etyled... by the BORROW lIT NO. 3 RIGHT eeea bPeaehtatisut you by ( .t.l I....a dinlacceCl M. .O"P. day of lana. C.. ".. and oerporettoao ______ i. iM. '
Petitioner*, the acquiring authority ISOUTIfW-EHTBRLT) STATIONIll Harry Laaggond I. the CircuitCourt 1155 ,. .111. tootwest 115. .sc.WSnL dLKXN RATCLKRK Depeolt e f 11.StaSes GovernsDepoolte 't ::
of these preoeedlag. .( +v* OPARTI .. the "I.t. Judicial Clr- .1 said Jictiol II. Ingot RIPTIOSSPAR'RI. THE ef .. political euCertified .t= : :
la all .( OeeeeState if the Pntboast cern. ci CfC *
the faking of the That part ef; colt 10. 0th IIIRA1NAGI COURT AND a ad officer tkecka .
acribed londs far the The WVj .f Ike BWU, Section .. Florida i and ye. th* SWM el the eel Seotloa IL EASEMENT (U.KOi.& COUNTY. PtORITA TOTAL DEI'JITSa _..t._ -- $
act forth Ii t'be U.titioa rr It, Tewashlp I* 8.( ., PaeSlyliog .. hereby .. .. ordered The leads herela deeertbedtala II.- hI.AtERALPIfll LEFT EAST) IT: /KLLANORK: O. JOWERI ( Total detaaad deeoellaIkl .-mii.
.. via.' Aa right ef tl East, required !. lila t writlaeanew |i*."* equare feet (4.14 STATION 414 eTTV.Wf DEPUTY CLERKS Tetal tin. aid savings S i d.peeitsS L174.I4I.7I
of State Road S- within the '.Itwl. keaa.darlea ,, or defense :.. 'om- ... ( I AL ) Other lUbintlee ._.__... .
=: County Florida":: : lalal filed heeds yen O II the S.U .f the MTRRAT W OVBrCTBKinJ.<- TOTAL LIABIUTIH LI! I..N

that the Honorable A. (. .... aa the North line la the above .(ylad .. la the tUII ARTH' BWU. Beetle* Tewaeklf 11diVck Ceuaty Attorney CAPITAL A .
of la.1 theCircuit CocOon ., Tewaahlp II South.ftaage I office .( the Clerk .. the ClecellCeart TIRREU. it East; lIe SecedesEmselsomee stick eels f--
eae the, Peale
Smith, c .
N (
Court 1 la the ::I.S. II fUst, at a petal I la aid for Oecoela Couaty \'RRAN. IU" OREOORT WAR- within II f cit serb lOde ofa Florida _.._.. .____-' MM*.
of the Nortkeeetreraer Florida, at the Court Heuee laKleelmasee RBD1X a* AaclllaryAdmlalatrater dMcrlb Uadtvtded profIts --a---_ i le*..
of Florida en lice Mmm'irt .
.fjrver .
del ol ot -- -- -- __ _
llnd day of July. A U 1114, ef the NWU thereof MM FlOrida an er the JACK w.Holland TOTAL ._-- m ::
the I tore the lie! day .7 J.I,. A. D, LUCY A 'w derwuedH.RJECT .nr'C iiAn- -_ :
I0.e clock A. M, In the ( eoaoav .. *.. Nooll lime of :
at Ceunty Ooertkeuse at Kle- r1.\I: :having a 114. all te car,. a copy ef euchaaawer TO UrJRIU Utabl.t..I. of the WH. Pieties lLTewneblpIs Tallekaaee. rl. P107 .AL AC I'1. .
**. Florid consider saidDacl&ratlee ef 11411 tkear or defeaee npcu a Sovtb. Pangs II COM at a top C\'NI "* "- Tlxse eertlflcate ef e uis aIls'
of Taklag. appointappralawra. a tangent ef South I aad Tkaeker, plalatlffi at. inS 114014 feet Wealwtyoi f L AHea IX tl ef i I lb. '.
and make auch Order 14111- Kiel, run Svulheaderlyleag tofla)'i .1.'ohosi edIson. I. n.eI0.lsai lb. NortbeMt cacao, tberoW.aald ; IloSR, IJ.t. 10. M. 1W4 declare that tale .. f..k.'. -
?. Kh..ies lOAD .
33 .
Court deeme proper AllnartI.e Mid curve t..1 a peat Ofl. nrvo sedge sad belief. .
*a the to the ault and all par- Oral eagle *( *4' : r ocs said lIla ..cL. {"IT. :and I'MI COy7o'rY AU. B,
be. lalereated may appear end of 41.If feet te the ead et 'U/ peqsired If yee tall I 01"0' rave CCI .b:: (4VK*I I CfT. We. the ederslgaed direct ere i I Cozu'.II eva a a t.u. pert sad declare that II bee .ct at this
at the time aid place curve} : .AIU'EL NO freon N
.heard .t Ow .
Itc'r"t .t WAYTa.Pa5ct150 ln. aol the e
-'M. l .
Uet,444.4l feet tr Olir4t KM*. $ H a .kawwkrdce aa belief .. .
.1 '0" are her.. elng of a carve t I", the : MM carve tbr a veatralaaTi 1)0 RN ESTATE LO1'Tl. Joke ,
: the .
? Ncrtbos.lerI? and having I CoenpleletWITNESS t. "M of .I.t._ of LEN CARROU. It'ueo..eel'510'lw .a
t. appear h fliby of 01110- u. .
lb. PoitioeI '1.. of ""." feet thence ruaSoutheasterly (ay head aa Clerk ef .W". : II T.w.'. "I 1111 felt ha the ..d .* aaid (1.. .n I .
.'thle ista. aloag said carve aid Circuit Covet and the eealet .. I E.! ....r I ALL la>r I G I Pc.
sacs. I .
tii''C..U ed : ,.. .1 bw1erL tl..1 a,1. .. II*. said Court at &.....0 lying wl.l. f r.t Jt.. .*.n.1; tbeaeo lea .1 .r &DIa ...


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to Attend District Meet
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I Local Women'sSoftball .. 'r :"
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.. Needs Money\

V Th Florida Cracker will IJ. + +

attend the dtstrkfs women's op
softball tournament in Palatka -

July M, 24 and M, being ,
n Nanw The Gazette, sslmmee, Florida, July 16, jy64 a for a trip to Si. PetersburgJuly
31 for the state tournament

AwardedTo The Cracker have recently
received word that a district
tournament will be played this "

year, the first Urn In ten
Little ;. year one has been held.
LeaguersOver 1I They are in the process of
raisipg\) money for these tournament
200 Klitinme little a Stan Muslal batting Instruct tripe. Between $4&0
leaguers, coaches and officials ion album. and $500 la needed to send the
attended the eaion-end party Kissimme players Donation
An exhibition -r
held Saturday at the Little held In game was boxes have been placed In
League Field. Charles TiM, which the Little Lea. Hunt Bros", Mr. Mac's. Wlnn- t..r
president of the association, rue player, coaches umpires Dixie and Slkes' Barber Shop
and officials took part The Mailed donations be tent _
presented trophies to the sea may
son'i awardrinner... boys coached and officiated, .' 7 toi Th Florida CrackenWom.n'
the coaches and empires mad +
Softball Team, c/o rl.rrela .IJUkMtS15d
Kirk Sinet cf th First Fed.
up the two teams. It
war an partin'a Jewelry, Klsslmme.
ertl American Leagu team
exciting la which
and Mike Carr, who played jokes game took, the pranksand of DISCUSS CONTRACT-Brae* Earllng and his bride Dolor If iuccisfulln their fundraising .
for the Tupperware National serious ball playing.Preparations place discuss his contract with the Orlando Bronco.. (Photo by fly) the Cracker stand an
League team, received the excellent chance of bringing
are being m.d.for *
most valuabl players trophlei. the All Star tournament for the stat trophy home to Klislmme .
Best sportsmanship trophies to be played July 2L Starling Signs according to Sherlll
The 16 team mem.
to Bobby Johnston, KiwaBit
went The All Star of the National .
hers Include Miss Pat Gregory
and David Under
player League coached How.
Miss Nita Lamb Mrs,
wood cf the First Christian ard Harris, will take on St. Orlando Gridders Donna Timmerman Miss Doris
Church team.Trophies Cloud In St. Cloud.
Kruse, Miss Jo Ann Massey,
for-batting champ The same evening In Sanford Miss Ann
Miss Cheryl Duffy,
lonihip were awarded to Mike the American League All Bruce Starling of Klssim 1963 season with the Bronco Abbaleo, Miss Judl Bonner
Romack of the Elks team, and Stars, coached by Bill Ham. me, Florida defensive halfback until he wa sidelined with a Miss Joan Enos, Miss Kay Sue
Chet Bronion, Klwanli. round will play the Sanford and safety, was signed Denver Broncos He spent the Smith Miss Norma Jean You'd never forget where you left I car that looks this good.
the of the
course team. today by the Orlando Broncos shoulder Injury. Hughion, Miss Sherilll Tl,.
party, 16 cases of cold drinks The single element rule will for the 1964 season. Bruce war Because of his versatility, tier, coach and pitcher; W. LTlmmrrman .
and over 600 hot dogs were be in effect for the conteet- graduated from the Universityof Bruce could play either offensive manager! Johnny You Imply cent lose I looker like the Catalina, especially In I crowd. It's too dUtlnc-

consumed by the boys and ants. Both Xisiimme All Star Florida In 1963 after letter. or defensive halfback or Merman, roach; and Bobby lively Pontlao. fo'a Its ride (Wide-Trick smooth) and the way It move (Trophy V-t
their coaches and official team have had their share of log for three ,eara. end. Bruce will be entering the Low bat
17 boy. quick). Only thing can forget I II notion
you your about how much all this Pontiac
The T. K. Potato Chip Company top hitting this season. Th He was drafted by the Kan.ass University of Florida Law
donated all the chips the pitching and batting abilityof City Chiefs In the American School this fall. He Is working Petersburg The Crackers Saturday traveled for to St.a should coat You will, when you price Catallna. Wide-Track Pontiac

fellows could eat. Dick Lovellof the player will apparently Football League and his for the Martin Company this scheduled double header withR.
the Oiceola Petroleum presented b* the key factor In the outcome contract war purchased by the summer hi. Hall, the defending state See your authored Pontiac (toiler for i wide choice of Wide.Track and good wed cars, too
each of the with
player of the tournament "", champs.

In an eight Inning first ..:r... .I
game, the Cracker defeated ROONEY PONTIAC-BUICK INC. -- "
Hall, 6 to 2. They ram from 10 IMMI" STUIT KISSIMMII, FLORIDA v :;;;;dINQ'
Soft Ball Schcll,: behind to win the game In the _1It_

i eighth Inning, after tlelng it .
up in the seventh.Pitchercoach .

Second Half Sheryl Tigner
pitched a 10-strlkeout game
First Came Second Game Judy Bonner was responsiblefor Buy 1st Tire at
10 putouts In center field.
June 22-Broadway Pharmacy Methodist Churchvs. Following a bunt to first AnnAbbalso
1$7 Northsld Service vs. Osceola Petroleum rave the Crackers a Price Listed
$ LL June 24-Prison Farm Broadway Pharmacy much-needed run by stealing
".. Osceola Petroleum vs. Hunt Bros.June second, third and home
26-Methodist Church Northside Service
".. Broadway Pharmacy. Prison Farm Jo Ann Massey hit a tripleIn
," June 29-Northside Service Prison Farm the eighth Inning, allowingtwo Buy Matching
vs. Hunt Bro.'I.. Broadway Pharmacy runs to be cored for the

Barrette Joan Humble Bill Allen and July Broadway Pharmacy Prison Farm Cracker
Hill lead by 1.0 until the
Theresa Muller, left to right, played In the mixed doable at the Osceola Petroleum n. Methodist Church sixth
July Methodist Church Osceola Petroleumvs. Inning One run was PREMIUM
bowling clinic.Hopefuls Nerthsld Se"lce'I.. Hunt Bros. scored In the sixth, the game
July 6-Hunt Bros Northside Servicevs. was tied up 2-2 In the seventh,
Lead League in Prison Farm vs. Osceola Petroleum and the Crackers scored the
July. Methodist Churchvs. remaining three run In the TIRE ATPRICE
Hunt Bros. ? eighth
Tuesday Night BowlingTuesday (This ends first quarter of second(half)), In the send game played
that evening, the Cracker felt
July 10-Northsld* Service Oiceola Petroleumvs. %
evening, July 7, the Lancaster: 169 and Connie Broadway Pharmacy vs. Methodist Church to R. H. Hall, 137. !
leagues again met at Orange Green, 168. For the men Newt July IS-Osceola Petroleum Hunt Bros.
Bowl Lanes for the mixed Morris averaged a high 188 vi. Prison Farm vs. Broadway Pharmacy JUST A-DRIFTIN' ALONG
league bowl. points and Ken Newman 180. July 16-Broadway Pharmacy Prison Farmvs. BAlD ART OF FISHINGThe __
The Hopefuls led the league Tuesday Night Mixed League
Methodist Church vs. Nerthsld Service
art of for fish
with 17H won and 6H lost. A Won Lust July 17-Hunt Bros. Broadway Pharmacyvs. probably started the lam daysome 'jiAr T& D
close second was the Pact with Hopeful 17H 6tt Northsld Servlc.'I.. Prison Farm Ingenious Neanderthalman
V won and 9 lost. 20 Osceola Petroleum Methodist ilIN WIITINe TO WIAI
Pact 16 9 July Churchvs. hit on the Idea of lashinga
The Pact had the high team .
Broadway Pharmacy va. Prison Farm Miles
King Pin 18 9 couple)) of logs together to ,
game wUhandlc.p.\ 844, .
July 22-North.ld. Service Hunt Bros.vs.
Sorry Four 13 11 form a crude raft. (Any fish .
the high team series withhsndicap Methodist Church vs. Osceola PetroleumJuly --ee....-.
Mix Mates 13 11 worth his line ,.
erman -r r l."r r
2469 points.Connie La. Bowlweevils 11 13 24-Hunt Bros. Osceola Petroleumvs. have Instantly recognised the =Mary... ,== ..rid sew" 1
Green led In the I .err.
dies' 600 with 677. Other Lucky Strikes 11 It July 27-Hunt. Prison Bros.vs. .Farm va. Northsid Service potential of a floating plat. .r..w..............r. Pe..weweNIM

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6311; Ada Anderson, 623; Jar Four Loser 4tt 194 -- -- log__Is_aa accepted_ way.
lie* Campbell, 510; Elaln I EXECUTIVE PREMIUM
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In the Men' 650, Pete Bar. life DuPOKI HIM 4 FULL PLY lEI HURON LOW PROFILE

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