The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida on August 2, 1964 · Page 51
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The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida · Page 51

Orlando, Florida
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Sunday, August 2, 1964
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3 Sunday, August 2, 1964 Birthday. Party Conducted I v "V ' i " v J. v-'f ' fw n ' i I t t H ) : U : Lj Li , ... v.. Among the Leesburg youngsters who qualified in the recent Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympic qualifying for the state meet in Clearwater Aug. 13-15 were, front row (left to right), Kim Douglas, Dave Douglas, Rich Bcsanquet, Cliff Adlerz. Playoff Grabbed By Legion MOUNT DORA - Both games of the Little League play-off were won by the American Legion team and they have now been declared the 1964 Little League champs. The' Legion team played the Rotary, each team had one first place in one half of the season. In the first game the score was American Legion 1, Rotary, 0. Pitching for the Legion was Eddie Bark and Scott. McCoul-lough was the catcher. Steve Maleski had two hits, a . single and a double. Barks scored the only run of the game. Rotary pitcher was Terry Snowberger with Stephen Ham catching. THE SCORE of the second game was American Legion, 11, and Rotary.O. The play-off series was to be the best out of three games but when the Legion won the first two games they won the championship. Jimmy Hurd was the winning pitcher and Eddie Barks the catcher. Barks was perhaps the outstanding player of the game. He hit two singles and a home run with the bases loaded. He scored three runs. Danny Hurd hit two singles. Terry Horsley pitched for Rotary and Stephen was the catcher. Timmy Barber had two hits. BENEFIT BARBECUE SCHEDULED CENTER HILL - A barbecue with planned entertainment will be held Wednesday at the Center Hill Community Hall as a benefit for the Center Hill Cemetery Association. Ed Berry is chairman in charge with Mrs. Edith Zier and Mrs. Faye Binson in charge of the program that will get under way at 10 a.m. The barbecue will be served at 12 noon. MkJW tWrf -MJr 1 5th Anniversary AUGUST SPECIALS Breck Waves Regular $20.00 Wovt Speelaf $15.00 Regular $17.50 Body Wove .Special $13.50 Regular $15.00 Wort Special $11.00 Regular $12.50 Wo Soeeial $ 8.50 Regular $10.00 Wart - Special $ 7.50 (Shampoo and Hair Styling Included) REALISTIC od ZOTOS WAVES ALSO ON SPECIAL 6 Hair Stylists Leon Poulimenot Berry Adams Georgia Hens (Fri. & Sat.) Doretha Strickland Sharon Fuller Era Smith Wadfmwi&dk. Beauty Salon 208 N. 3rd St. Leesburg, Fla. Dial 787-3351 A' 4 '1 Mimteofri Lines Growth Of Community Described By BETTY TOWER MINNEOLA Nosing around here the other day, we found that Minneola is gradually becoming metropolitan, growing more and more with every month, with signs of progress always in evidence. The newly painted community building now boasts a modern and efficient oil heater for the main meet-' ing hall, replacing the old, small Franklin-type heater which served the building for many years. Those attending winter gatherings will now bask in its warm glow no matter how inclement the weather outside. THE POST office has a new air-conditioning unit, a u t h orized and recently installed by the United States Postal Department. Nadine (Mrs. Richard) Heath was recently appointed as sub-clerk, and now works part-time in the post office relieving Postmaster Reuben Holcombe for an occasional day off. Robert Robert J. Bowen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Osborne, Fruitland Park, has completed his eight weeks of basic combat training and is undergoing advanced individual training at Fort Bragg, N. C. Bowen currently is training as a field artilleryman. s.uTr Go To Your Head Take Advantage NOW fit Tkaca - 7 1 . " I V Youngsters Qualify Chief Jack Dykes' police car has just been installed with a two-way radio, its first, which is directly connected with the sheriff's office in Tavares. Remodeling of the old Straker house, or hotel as it was once known, is progressing, with its wide front and an outside stairway up the north side of the building almost completed. Finishing of the grounds work around the new elementary school is rapidly being done, with the service driveway to the kitchen area finished, plus a circular driveway up to and around the front of the school also completed. All that is needed now is for the city of Minneola to raise the necessary funds to finish surfacing Pearl Street from in front of the school out to the cemetery. PROOF OF Minneola's growth is that the I960 census showed a population of approximately 800, but the present population is (IPmnuuniing JJiiiinsEnnes JO vDMuilli v 411 West Main Street i mil ii.ii ii in i in mmiomi'ji i. i... im m iiwii iiiiiuiLiiiiiiiiim mi-iwy y w. m. i i m uj mi mi i h ' ' ' ' i 1 Second row (left to right) are Terry James, Karen Grinnell, Dede Mueler and Sharon Marshall. Third row (left to right) are Jim Heiskell, Peggy Smith, Nancy Cauthen, Kay Marshall and Chris Maltby. (Lake-Sumter Sentinel Staff Photo by Joe Sanchez) now over 1.000. Nine-hundred and thirty people got their mail at its post office and there is always new construction in some stage of completion. Hats off to a town that really tries! Mr. and Mrs. Alton R. Kindred and son, John, of Bradenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kindred and daughter, Linda, of Clermont, were dinner guests Saturday at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Klopfen-stein. She also entertained Mrs. Gertrude Penn and Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kindred and children, David and Carol, all of Jacksonville. Alton, Edwin and William Kindred are sons of Mrs. Klopfenstein. Recent guests of Mrs. Gloria Thomas and family, were her uncle, Josh Griffiths, and Mrs. Griffiths, of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. John Whiting have returned from visiting relatives in St. Augustine. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. hundreds of items (Gflsisswaiire (Cliiiiawan'e nMamaDimalb dimmL Allen, with son, Stephen, and daughter, Pamela, recently returned from visiting Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs. Mona Bess, of Bell City, Mo. While they were in Bell City they attended a family reunion, the first in some years, of Mrs. Allen's eight sisters, two brothers, and their families. MR. AND Mrs. N. r.k Leonard and daughters Linda and June, of Miami, have returned home after a 10-day visit with Mr. Leonard's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Futch. A n o ther brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Futch, Mr. and Mrs. John Pursey, and son Tommy, of Savannah, Ga., arrived Wednesday for a week's visit. Futch will return to Georgia with the Purseys to stay in Albany with Mr. Futch until school starts in the fall. Their son, Earl, has been in Georgia for two weeks, visiting in Bienville. J J OQO T By REN EE TYSON Phone 469-2511 FERNDALE Apparently Ferndale as confused as Montverde when it comes to who goes where now that the grade school is closed. Several people have asked me if I knew. Sorry, but I will pass on the information if and when I can be sure it is correct. Surprises galore for Henry Lawrence. On Tuesday he was guest of honor at a surprise birthday party at the home of Frank and Mary Jo Gresham and the ladies proved they could keep a secret. The beautiful birthday cake was shared with Frank and Mary Jo and children Mark, Mike, Sue and Greg, Frank's mother, Mrs. Jua-nita Gresham.Henry's wife Lou and gran ddaughter Cathy Malloy. ON WEDNESDAY, Hen ry s two daughters from, Hollywood arrived. Theyj were Mrs. Lois Hobbs and son Kenny, and Mrs. Henrietta Bryson and children, Douglas, Debbie Bur-dies. The children, who had made their birthday gifts for grandpa, wanted to deliver them in person. The family birthday din ner was held on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Touchton and children Connie and Larry of Live Oak THIS GREAT MAN NEEDS YOU YOU NEED THIS GREAT MAN. ENLIST IN THE NATIONAL CRUSADE TO PUT BARRY GOLDWATER IN THE WHITE HOUSE IN 1965. HE WAS NOMINATED BY LOCAL PEOPLE WORKING TOGETHER HE WILL BE ELECTED BY LOCAL PEOPLE WHO WANT TO REGAIN THEIR LOST FREEDOMS AND MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN. Put my name on your mailing list and count on me. NAME STREET CITY PRECINCT Cut out this ad and paste on postcard or mail to: Lake County Goldwater Club, Joe Houck, chairman P.O. Drawer P, Eustis, Fla. You can really help with a donation made out to the above for mail costs, billboards, posters and stickers. Any amount welcome. POLITICAL ADVERTISING PAID BY JASON drastically reduced JJeweliy a (Kifftts Silveirwaire onfaUL spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Price. W. H. Edmonds, retired superintendent of the T. and G. Railroad, and nephew Bill and his son visited Carl Merritt and family Sunday. HENRY LAWRENCE was called to Birmingham last Thursday to drive his mother and sister back home. Mrs. Delia Lawrence is now at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Car MONDAY MORNING DOOR BUSTERS Get Here Early! VOGUE RATTAN METALCRAFT WROUGHT IRON ARLINGTON HOUSE WKUUuni iku.1 DISCOUNT MANY ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM B. E. THOMPSON Furniture N. Bay St. EUSTIS I WANT ELECT (Silts Leesburg, Florida rie Lantrip and husband -Claude. : The Rev. E iswell Smith -of the Ferndale Church of God was injured in a freak accident in which his truck rolled over his foot. The extent of his injury is not fully determined as yet but he is at home nursing a very sore foot. Jimmy Malloy of Orlando is visiting gramdma Lawrence. SO Hwy. 50 CLERMONT TO HELP SMITH, TREASURER

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