Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: March 28, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00272
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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a : :; HERALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 68 YEARS

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Vy, 7 Entered .as Osceola Second c,Class,, r,MatterKissimmee. Florida KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1963 Established Phone 847-SS1 1894 PRICE TEN CENTSVww..sis

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First Gator Adult Classes NEW MAYOR COMMISSIONER i COMMISSIONERGEORGE


Start Soon :'


ScheduledThe St. Cloud is just finishing an _

Roundup adult. education night-class serie'first _

town in the United States

world's first alligator branding the reptiles will helpto to get such service"andsimmee Kin .

roundup will be held Friday eliminate this hazard. is next in line starting r
8.Rotary.
Saturday and Sunday, :March April
The branding will take
dub members Monday '
29, 30. 31 at Owen Godwin's : w
8 a.m. to 6
from pjn.
-s. place heard the story from Selden Hill
Gatorland South
on Orange during the three days by cow- supervisor instructor in Orange

PAST PRESIDENTS HONORED-The Kiwimmee All Blossom Godwin Trail.has drained the lake boys and Indians. Some of the County for adult distributive education -
gators weigh over half a ton. under Florida State II
States Tourist Club honored in the
eight past presidents at the contained the middle of his
meeting held last Tuesday night. They are. left to right T. famous tourist attraction and I Admission to this unusual Department of Education. {

S. Park, T. W. Bullett. F. A. Crowley L W. Cole C. E. is preparing to brand several attraction will be $1.75 for Night classes for adults are I
in cities.
for child nothing new good-sized
adults and 90-cents
Platt H. S. Ayres, R. L Strayer and J. M. McTaggart. hundred alligators on their What is Hill said is
sides A chicken and rice dinner new here.
Western-style to keep ren.
(Photo by Hamrick) down 'gator rustling.He pilau, will be served at that rather than asking people

has had a number of the $1.00 per plate during the from Kissimmee, St Cloud or t-

gators' stolen and he says gator roundup. other'smaller communities to
Past Presidents
: commute to a city like Orlandofor

the classes, the instruction is

'- Salvation brought to the community in a
Army ADRAIN BOVIS CARROLL STARLINGBovis REYNOLDS

| Honored By KASTAs trailer.The courses available are fun-

damentals of supervision to be Wins Seat
300 Head Sold
t Group To MeetCaptain taught Monday and Thursday
As the Kissimmee All event; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Row- nights from 8 to 10; retail selling At Locall\larket
\ :Tourist Club watched, mem
second in consolation. In
sey same hours same evenings; wait
bers of the Thrift Home Dem the amateur tournament sponsored To Here ress technique, Monday and At Kissimmee, Livestock As New
onstration Club put on a satir- by Broadway Pharmacy, Sidney S. Lynch, Speak Thursday afternoons from 2 to 4; Market Wednesday, 300 cattle MayorAdrian

):ial one-act play, tiurists the first place winners were of the Salvation Army in Orlando problems in supervision. Tuesdayand and calves were sold compared .

troubles, reminding them of Galbreath and Ercel Wright 'will meet with a groupof "'z Friday nights from 8 to 10; to 327 a week ago.
some of their own trials. first; and Everett and Rowsey Kissimmee residents Friday effective Speech, Tuesday and Compared to last Wednesday Bovis was elected to In the race for the other

Maybe a little more exag- second. March 29, at the Tropical Thursday nights 8 to 10; and slaughter steeres and bulls serve as mayor of Kissimmeein Commission Post George Reynolds
gerated of the troubles Hotel at for the the election Tuesday which in seeking reelection
some noon purposeof ,
few heifers
Also on Tuesday night eight speedwriting, Wednesday and Friday too for test, steadyto
4 depicted were typical of real- organizing a Service Unit brought approximately 1400 received 888 votes to defeat
past presidents were honored. nights at those hours. strong on few available
life happenings. Mrs. Lucy Committee.This people to the polls. Richard Fullerton, who received
Each The waitress 8 rows $50 1.00 migher and
gave highlights of their course runs ses .
Hamlin served as mistress of committee will represent He received 772 votes over 397.
terms. They were T. S. Parks, sions. The others run for 7, or calves about steady. Stocker
ceremonies. Much of the humor the Salvation Army in an Ed Neid who received 583. The only other issue on the
T. W Bullet. F. A. Crowley. 32 weeks, totaling 14 hours and steers and cows poorly tested,
was created by the ladies'playing emergency welfare Program. t Bovis is just completing a ballot was that of Civil Serv-
L. W. Cole C. E. Platt H. S. costing $10 (except speedwriting, heifers $1.00 $2.00 higher and
male roles. This program will not duplicate calves term as City Commissionerand 'ice for personnel of the City
Ayres, R. L. Strayer and $12.) Applications are being takenat about steady.
The Rev. Maurice Grigsby James Mac Taggart. or conflict with any other .,; Kissimmee Chamber of Com- Two choice 550 700 lb. will fill the post being vacated -i Police and Fire Department
gave the opening devotional welfare efforts now being con 1 : slaubhter steers $23.75 $24.75 by Mayor Albert Rogers. 'which was approved by 845 to
prior to the meeting. His ser Wedding anniversary cele- I ducted in Kissimmee. It is merce. few Utility and Standard 18. Carroll Starling, who was 'I 348 votes.
brants were Mr. and Mrs. The St. Cloud program enrolled I unopposed, received,984 votes.Symphony. I
monette was entitled "King designed to fill any loopholesin 50 $19.50.Few .
j 82 students half of them -
women. '
Maurice Andrews their 45th; :
dom Come. community services and to Standard & Good 500
Shuffleboard co chairman, Mr and Mrs. Charles Flanders augment the work already be-
600 lb. heifers S2000
John Taylor, reported on the their 47th; and Mr. and ing done. ,, $23.75. of Color
Elks Lodge To Utility cows $16.50 $18.00,,
Richmond their
Mrs.
amateur tournament sponsored Guy Captain Lynch says this extension few heifer type up to $19.75. I
by the St. Cloud Hotel as 53rd. The vice president in service can be of great jj Cutter $15.00 $17.00.
Install OfficersDuring
follows: charge of membership Louis value to Kissimmee as this Good calves $24.00 $28.00 To Be PresentedThe
Smith, announced a total memo
Wayne Galbreath and Ruth close association with the Orlando Standard $20.50 $26.00 Utility -
Humphrey third in main bership of 975. Corps will enable the the regular lodge $19.50 $21.00.

community to receive the ben- j meeting on Tuesday evening Good and Choice Vealers Osceola High School Soloists this year will be

Take efits of a great number of March 19th, the members of $30.00 $34.75 Standard $27 Symphonic Band will presentthe John Briley on Tuba and Glen

Beauchamps services rendered by the Orlando Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 00 3100. Common & Medium 3rd Annual Symphony of Ward on Flute. Both these

office. CAPT.SIDNEY LYNCH 1873 elected their officers for 600-800< lb. feeder-stocker Color April 5th at 8:00: p m. ..young men are members of

As Kissimmee grows the the new lodge year 196364. steers $16.50 $19.50, few yearlings in the Myrtilla Beals Auditor the Symphonic band who
ies with medicine
problems multiply, and it is clothingrent. Officers elected unanimously up to $22.00. Medium 350- ium.This have made Superiors In Con
Honors ,
Play Acting good to know that such an Also school children who included Exalted Ruler Jack 500 lb. yearling heifers 20.00< will once again bringto test Solo Competition.As .

organization as the Salvation might need shoes White. Leading Knight Fur- $22.00. our community a colorful in the past the tickets
clothing, ,
Army is available to help milk, etc. and families who man Partin Loyal Knight Ed Inferior and Common cows program of co-ordinated music are a $1.00 Donation to the

Catherine Beauchamp won the ed his professional training in solve these problems. have been unfortunate In being Hartley. Lecturing Knight. $13.00 $17.50. Medium and and light designed to Band Uniform fund. This
Benton Jewelry award for he every gesture and intonation and When the organization of burned out. All of these Larry Blankenship Tiler Waiter few Good $250-450 lb. calves please the eyes and ears of all. year's fund will go entirely

fine performance of Mrs. Man also iii his polished direction of the Committee is completed, things and can1' Scheibelhut, Secretary $21.50 $26.00, Common $19.00- The music ranges in interest toward the purchase of new
ningham t in the Theatre Guile! the other members of the cast. an announcement will be made be provided _by many this more Frank Boyles and Alternate $22.00. Common and few Medium from Beethoven's "Erocia Sym- Band Trousers. for the Kow-

presentation| of "Angel Street" These three leading characters naming the members ahd the Captain Lynch belongs program.to Delegate to the National Con 100-250 Ibs. $22.00 $31.00, phony" to Leroy Anderson's boy Marching Band.JiflemingDameEs .

Friday and Saturday nights of made a trio of excellence seldomseen officers. Notices will be passedout the National Correctional Con- vention Bodo Kirchhoff. /Th few up to $32.75,,Inferior 18. "Buglers' Holiday."
,last week. on an amateur stage. The to all business houses and contested positions of Treasurer O0"$25.00.Tarcai
The award 1r given for the were admirably supported by; Gin churches:'giving thewhames4of,. Social gress, National Work,* National Congress Prison of and of ,JtyeartTrustee- were :! 1

"Most outstanding and sustained Brooks as a'loyal.. and kindly the two people chosen to authorize Chaplains Association and has won-- aftr balloting of the \
performance:' It is decided by a housekeeper and by Sandra Van- emergency help. members by incumbent Treasurer Awarded
been an Officer in The Salvation
balloting of the two audiences noy in the role of a frivolous and Captain Lynch states there Army for eighteen Al Ruler Kerr and Bodo outgoing Kirchofffor Exalted $39,250 in SuitA ( Named SanitarianFleming 1

and was a most difficult decisio impertinent house maid. will be no paid personnel con- years. .

for the viewers to make for in The stage set, erected by the nected with this effort; thatit He has served as a Juvenile Trustee.installation of the officers circuit court jury awarded Dame has returnedto warrant officer. During his

every way the production was up Guild members overnight was is strictly on a volunteer Court Referee (Judge) in Miss- The Tues Louis Tarcai $39,250 as a Osceola County to again years in the marine corps he
will take place on
to the high standards that local' very effective. For this Andy basis. Thus, the Committeecan issippi. Active in many' Civic 8:00 result of the state's taking serve as sanitarian with the worked battalion medical peo-
at
April 2nd :
theatre lovers have come to ex Herrman and Elizabeth Davis de- spend the funds availableto endeavors he states that The day evening, hall. The part of his property at the County Health Dept. ple in setting up sanitary facilities

pect from the Guild and the characterization serve much of the credit. Fred them as they see fit, with Salvation Army is anxious today o'clock in the will lodge be performed corner of Main and Vine Sts. Dame, who was here from inspection food preparation

of each role was al Brisbin, before retiring to the no red tape hindering them. to continue the Service ceremonies of Past The award was granted aftera 1957 to 1959. had been servo and performed other

,most faultless., County as professional stage electrician He suggests that this Committee program that has won the under District the Deputy leadership Al Coe of Orlando day-long trial. The state had ing as sanitarian in Seminole duties involving health and

"Mrs. Beauchamp's part was ex capably controlled the can aid transients, migratory Army so many friends in the Elks No. 1079, to- offered to settle for 28900. County. He expressed plea- sanitation.
Lodge
local famil. sure at his being able to return Dame comes from public
workers a
effects.
called trick
tremely difficult in that it lighting ., last 94 years. gether with a team of Grand The property was requiredfor here.
of emotion Van Held as a co-director alongwith health family A, cousin, John
for the display every several the widening of the two
officers from
Lodge Dame succeeds Tom Miller Dame, is sanitarian in Polk
Anders and Barry
the from happiness Kirk
running gamut streets.
and love through distress uncer- Mount was invaluable in a hundred High School Honor Central Florida Elks Lodges. who retired. County; an uncle, Dr. Leland
free of
and A roast beef dinner The new Osceola sanitarian Dams is former Orange County
And both Andy
fear and finally explodinginto
ways.
tainty, and Weather
for all members
is
charge a career marine who work- I Health Officer. His father
hatred. She displayed each Kirk doubled in walk on parts as
final visitors alike, will be servedby II L R ed his way up through the i was county judge In St. Lucie
and in dramatic .
the .
change with great strength policemen Roll AnnouncedThe the ladies of the Elks Auxiliary Tws. 3-19 _ ? 88, 65 0 ranks to a commission of chief I for years.

reality. scene. from 6:30: on. And Exalted Wed. 3-20 ___, 85 71 0 _
Beauchamp was most All in all the production kept
George Ruler-Elect Jack White
convincing as a Scotland Yard both audiences on the edge of honor roll for the fourth Warden, Kathy Wells, Sue Gulfie, wishes to urge all members to I' Fri.Thurs.3.%3-21% _q ...7944_ 83 55 0 0 Commission Asks for I

inspector relentlessly determinedto their seats from curtain to cur- six weeks period at Osceola High Bill Hankins. Tyler Thomas, Sandra be present for this occasion, Sat. 3-23 .. 70 45 0
solve a twenty five year old tain. The presentation of the Ben- School has been released by Byron Reed, Jane Ribley, Robyn which will mark the beginning Sun. _.
murder at any cost. He was al- ton award was made at the homeof P. Ilileman, principal. Story. of the new lodge year.Garden Mon. 3-24 . 85 50 0 New City Regulations I
3-25 82 40 0
ternately tough and kind and on Mr. and Mrs. Ed Phay who Grade 9: Nancy Barber, Leslie Grade 11: Edward Carter, Peg-

.,. occasion to make a point seem: were hosts to the usual cast par- Gift, Polly Thacker Nikki Ungaro -gy Harrelsonr Joan Magnusson
.
ingly fumbling and throughout ty Saturday night after the final Mike Hankins, Joe Kowalski, Jo Cardone, Karen Hansell, Joan Club Will The city commission has asked "Do we have any written' policyon

eitremely human and down to performance.? Linda Cole Barbara Punsalan. Elliott, Julianne Miles, Earl the planning advisory commission anything?"

earth. Tom Wells spent the weekend Phyllis Smith, Sandra Adkins, Johns Nancy Wolfe Sharon Reid, to work out a set of subdivision Dan MIeN)' saM no code or

Barry Mount as the suave and with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker David AUemier, BUll Jean Douglas, Mike Bast, regulations.It index of them tad mr Mea set

scheming Mr. Manningham show';,J. W. Wells and. family Tommy David Ramon Icaza, Mark Lurie Bruce Schnitzler. Stage Flower Show also instructed City Atty. Ed
- --- Kozma Brinson to work necessary up.'H
Frank Bobby Pollom. Charles White, Mary Frazier up we had a written policy
Alice Cotton, Rosilyn Gocud. Dora Susan Hale. I legal papers to establish a char the ctty manager's Jab would be

Lorenz Wanda Paulk Martha Grade 12: David Stinebaugh, The schedule of artistic section plant material predomin- ter commission to prepare a new easier and our too" Thacker

Sessions Patty Wells Kathleen Sandy Hare, :Betty Peterson, Karen of the annual flower showto ating. Tri-color. city charter.
Vilkie. Sharon Hawk. Stephanie Rooney, Myrice Stills, Carol This was another of a seriesof said.At
be held by the Kissimmee 8. Bulldozer's Victims this point City Atty Ed
i Jewell. J. Wysong David Hinckley, Janice Garden Club April 20th and Dried plant material featuring actions the city commissionhas Brinson advised that eMIt of the
Grade 10: Rick Boatright Van Alderman. Hampton Sessions, been taking .to establish a
21st will be as follows: natural wood forms. commissioners sfn dd receive a
Corbitt Connie Jo Samons Vivian Beltz. series of policies, in writing, for
Winfrey .Sandra Betty Theme "That's What I Like Award of Distinction. copy of the new city code in the
Peggy Acree Janet Digges. About The South." 9. Shape of Things to Come. the guidance of other city offi next few days.

Elementary P-TA Student with all "A"s: Vivian Classes 2, 4, 5, 6,.8, 9, willbe Ultra modern arrange- cials.
"You win be impressed bywhat's
. Elects OfficersThe Bete. exhibited in niches 32" x ment. Painted material) Action on the subdivision regu
not in the code rather
lations occurred when the com-
4 + 28" x 18". Classes 1, 3, 7, will permitted. Award of Dis- "
small than with what is fat It.
; Kissimmee Elementary'PTA .mission had to approve a
,, '--' t be exhibited in niches 28" x Unction.
'ir Elks To Observe !(Again he urged the commis-
met Thursday night at blackin : subdivision with paved streets.
-; 24 x 16" All niches are 10. Pickaninnies.
: : the Central School library color. Miniature arrangementsnot but which could only be reachedby sion to consider anew dty char-

-< : with Mrs. Vernon Phillips, Youth Day Here The Old South to exceed 5" overall.a. traveling over unpaved streets.It ter. His request was followed by

; president presiding.New :1.. Mint Julep Dried materialb. was Russell hacker who I, a motion by Camrar. George
"1t:. 7'' officers for the coming Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. Fresh plant material using Fresh plant material asked City Mgr. Charles Jackson i I:Reynolds to proceed with the

: > r :;;j; year were elected They were 1873 will again be active in the green and white. Tri- olor. 11 Reaux and Belles and the other commissioners: : charter commission plans.
: observance of Youth Day on --- ----
Mrs. James Charles president 1 1963. And 2. Southern Charm Open to teen age arrangers
: ; Mrs. Carolyn Harvey, Wednesday, May Fresh with Fresh plant mat f Ix
:.: elaborate preparations for this plant material only :py. : .
first vice
: 2 : president; Mrs. Rob- pastel colors predominating. teriaL e '"
; ert Larson second vice president event are being made at pres- Tri- olor. Tables _
ent. The purpose of this ob-
; Mrs. Bill Frackes, recording Loves y -
3. Mammy's LJ1 Baby Southern Hospitality
servance is to have the High
secretary; Mrs. Robert School students of Kissim Shorten1 Bread i Informal seated luncheon

O'Beny corresponding mee and of St Cloud conduct Any combination of ,fruits, I table not less than fou
secretary and Mrs. C. P. Kil- among themselves an actual flowers and vegetables featuring -' places. No silver permit

coyne, treasurer.Bob election of city officials and a kitchen utensil in ted.Caziers.
Best chief of
police
wood, metal or crockery.
officials and then have
county
showed film "
a entitled "TheStranger" My"1
Tri-color.
these elected and appointed, Perform at --.- .
involving school afficials take I 4. Cotton Pickin' Time :
children and student over Robinswood SundayBilled
strangers they Natural dried materials us-
the entire of the
government
,s meet on the street. A ques- two communities and also of ing cotton. Figurine permitted as a family group, Mr.

,: tion ed. and answer period follow Osceola County for that day. Award of Distinc and Mrs. Dick Cazier and children -

s Thus they will learn from tion. were one of the diving acts s

1 first-hand experience the actual 5. Dixieland Jazz performing at the opening of the

WINS HONORS-Bruce Starling, son of Mr. and Mr Rogers Bros. To workings of the local ad- Line mass arrangement of new Robinswood Recreation Park

Carroll Starling of Kistimmee Who graduates from the Hold HouseThe ministrative and governing fresh material using bright pooL
Open colors. "Caziers Cats"featured
Their water skit
agencies.:
University of Florida next month with scholastic honor,
another last night when the Orlando Touchdown Rogers Brothers Albert This youth activity, which 6. Plantation Ban Dick costumed as a lion .
received / .
Dried and/or painted ma- his wife. Betty, as an animal ...
and Murray, contractors and designers was inaugurated by the Elks
ClaV Jon McBeth him for
Trophy was presented Lodge on May 1. 1962, will bet terial with a minimum of trainer, Jeff as a leopard. Patty
and builders of bette MAKES MAGAZINE i. photograph of K. C. Moore,
of theaelaoor.
standout member
hie all-around performance as a Committee fresh material required. and Jeanne as panthers. The act
in the hands of
football team. Starling was chosen for the award homes will hold open house a members Furman Partin Ed GUtter permitted. Award included down trick and exhibi Jr. directing the local Rotary Club's pram fleet was published
,
whkh,was made by Harmon Killebrew and Jim Lemonof the level showing residence of in their Fairia/wn new Manor spli. Hartley, Larry Blankenship of Distinction.The tion diving. along with a brief story., in the April issue of the

the Minnesota Twins, by the unanimous choice of his Bill Prather and others. It is New South Patty and Jeanne also performed Rotarian, the club international magazine. The story
and Sunday,
:c W& amatcL The graduate of: Ocala High School receetly Mah Friday, 29-3L Saturday also planned to have a luncheon 7. An arrangement interpreting with a baton twirl routine. mentioned the role being played by the Rotary Club straining
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slf&ed a contract to play professional football next The public has been invited t o, at the Club for the stu any one of Florida's poolsidejazz dance, and syn of fledgling sailors mentioned Kistiamae dad
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:.. ,se++en with the Denver Bronco attend the showing. dents participating. tourist attractions. Fresh chronized swim number. Lake Tohopeksliga and even .had it spelled tight.



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1 Thr KlvthiniMv (tiazrttt Hlvxinunrr, Ha., ThurS:,..March J 28, 1963 Church where he is ministerof C -' *----"" i I "*
music David is crew chief

in his with radar the Air maintenanceshow Force at N Lzzz]Ur Lr-rJ U = sJ U= H SJu rJl / vSsjErJ'aaJ l=

Keesler Air Force Base.
Patricia Tilley and Nancy Quantity Rghts Reserved .

tAlltlllfJll Barrett White were among Prices Good Thru March 30th
; those named to the Dean's SAVE i
l' WIHN DIXIE STORES. INC.
List at Florida State University MORTON COPYKI6HT/ -IMS -,"
for the first trimester.Rev. .

and Mrs. Russell Beef, Chicken :., ,
Brown, who have been spend- or Turkey
By BETTY EBY ing the winter here, and Mr. taP LL41 f.Lfti ; .

and Mrs. Webster Collins POT f.-
have returned from a trip to r
Nassau. The Browns leave
this week for their home at
Birthday congratulationsthis to their home at Wayne, Penn- Utica New York. PIES
week are being sent to
sylvania after spending three
Dr. Darrow
Getty is
recup--
Hilda Galloway, Anna Tate
months at the Tropical Hotel. erating at his home
Jay Berlinsky. Lulu Mock Bob will make his following
Eby an- severe burns in 5 FOR $1.
an accident at
Joe Wilson, Muriel Nelson, nual trek to Augusta, Georgiathis his home last Tuesday.Mr. I ,
Sam Lupfer, Jo-Marie Taylor, weekend where he will and Mrs. Vernon Freder- at0 l I k
ES ,
Helen Thomas. Fannye Mik- attend the Masters Tourna- ick left this week to 0 D STpR 1 rS
returnto
eal, Joe and Blanche Suldo. ment. He will be accompaniedby their home
at Wadsworth,
Sam Manuel, Dorothea ,Beck- his mother-in-law, Mrs. Ohio.
myer Boots Cody, Frances Elsie Grigsby who with Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bevis
Brownell John Mortland, Peg- will visit her son and family have returned
to their homeat
gy Thacker Edith Koehl, the Walter Marters.
Lynne Moore, Jean Wallis, Dr. Thomas K. Blain and Richmond Ohio after
Terry Lee Johnson, Ann Wil Dr. Claude Whatley attendedthe spending Mrs. Anne the winter here. 100 EXTRA
Perkins
left Tuesday -
liams, Betty Carr, Janie Har- 51st annual Thomas P. for
Saratoga, New
relson. J. Z. Schmidt Ann Hinman Dental Meeting heldat York
where she will VALUE STAMPSWITH
make her TOP
Rolls Lewis Lee, J. C. Tyson, Atlanta this week. home.
Billy Gephart, Ruth Beard. Bill Ingram was in town last '
and Miss THIS COUPON AT YOUR
Mrs. Ann Isbell
Hugh Stephens Grace Miller, weekend settling some business -.
Mary Sabetto, Bob Childers, affairs. He and Leda planto Marion Wilson of Syracuse, NEAREST FRIENDLY WINNDIXIEGood
: Jo Lamb. Best wishes to each build a motel at Brevard; New York were weekend Thru Limit One Coupon to Adult With +
of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
I of you. N. C. this summer. guests Morch 30 A $5.00 or More Food Order t
Roe, 1702 Janet Street in Or- ;
Mrs. Gustav Bacharach Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crox-
plans to leave this weekendfor ton spent last weekend with ange Gardens. mostly lIt-il.I SMALL GOVERNMENT INSPECTED TENDER
Germany where she will Mr. and Mrs. David Croxtonat Seventy two persons
spend 'several weeks visiting Biloxi, Miss. While there residents of Orange Gardens,
her son and his family. they heard David sing "How traveled to Tampa Saturdayto
Mr and Mrs. Arthur McGin- attend the Lowell Thomas' Smoked HAMS
Great Thou Art" as a solo in
.nes- left this week. .to return the East Howard Baptist cinerama dise." "Search For Para U. S. CHOICE LAMB SALE!


LOTS$10 DOWN-$8 MONTH Catholic Women U. S. CHOICE What's easier than a beautifully
FOR HOMES OR TRAILERSAll baked horn Wonderful hot, superb

have In Klstimm Is for*al.. I want to thank my many Install OfficersThe Leg O' Lamb LB. 69 cold. Every mouthful is rich In the
friends and good p.opl.In Klssimme for the nice compliments
N they have given me In my efforts and struggles to get electricfor Holy Redeemer Catholic highest-quality protein. Sunnyland
Women's Club met Wednesday U. S. CHOICE LAMB Hams the finest tender,
the new families that wanted to move to and live In Kissimmee. are quality
when new officers were installedby Loin 98" juicy and delicious ,Buy either half
the Rev. Fr. Paul Woodyard. Chops "
Last week the mayor and city commissioners were uncoop .or whole. Choice center slices included .
erative.We lost seven families for KIssimmee.What lots next? Those taking office are Mrs. L
Alders gate?Business People Commedallndus.ry'Manufac- James Smith, president; Mrs. U. S. CHOICE LAMB at this price..
turing Peter Shenosky, vice president;
Leaving'Kfulmm.e.I Mrs. Steve Miller, secretary: Rib Chops LB. 79,
I EDDIE CLEMONS Mrs. Walter Dimitri treasurer.

TROPICAL PARK The gavel was turned over to U. S. CHOICE LAMBSh'ld STARLETT CHARCOAL -
... the new president by Mrs. Rus- '
-
sell Thacker, outgoing president.New Chops. 59, .
committees were formed

and their chairmen apointed as S. CHOICE LAMB B.u. rlquettes r .i50 tLB _
'r WORK-SAVING STARCH ; follows: Library, Mrs. Steve Free Top Value Stamps

Miller and Mrs. Joseph Gainer; Sh'ld Roast 49 WITH THIS COUPON AND PLRCHASE OF
rtr r altar guild, Mrs. Pete Wells; Two PK6 RICH.
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The Kisslmmee Gazette, KIssimmee. Fla. TJutrs. ;March 1963 4
38
: RECEIVES MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED .
: Roehrich To HONOR St. Catherine's j -


U e :Chapter To Meet _iIr- ; : -, '! MAKINSON I I

DAR AwardJudy x- St Catherine's Chapter of St.
i
I John's Episcopal Church will meet -
Roehrich Osceola High 1 as the DAR "Good Citizen of the Monday. April 1 at 10 ajn. in the .

chool senior has been selected I Year" and the Joshua Stevens Parish House on Bermuda Ave-
chapter of St. Cloud will presentthe M I, HARDWARE
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award to her at their April nue.Mrs. "p::,
SOLO OUT- E. ..R Kellersfcurger a

ALL LOTS $10 down, $8 month meeting.Judy daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. .a dynamic speaker, will carry with you r "t'
Africa
the wilds of
through
in new unit-4-Bloclc T and R... F. Roehnch Denn John Lane. where
her work among the lepers,
Leaving Klsclmma
was chosen because of her quali- ','
for 4f
she was a missionary many
EDDIE CUMONSTropkal ties of dependability service to
Park others leadership and patriotism.She years. \ \ ,
Mr. and Mrs. KeUersberger are HgRD
has held office as student. ,. ,, \t\\RE4
now living in Mefixjurne.] They f \
council representative.. Beta dub A.
'iW have traveled extensively and recently Dv __ w\
4-H
secretary county presidentand
made a trip around the 8Q
Keyette Board of Directors. -'f. II h,
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Other activities have included world. > i i iH J II(
I The Church women of Kissim- 1 I It -cYOf t: Usi.oI
serving as Kowbelles Captain, the' II 1 TiN G GO i Do' ,
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invited.Duplicate I .
Footlight Theatre Guild playcastand mee are ,..... .r.J.,.IU&AM....
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MSIERCARDS: I)", ,, "
she attended Girls State in toooo-... U I !IbM.
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FOR 1962. Miss Judy Roehrich Bridge I
Judy has participated in cancer '
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SUNDAY. APRIL 14 and TB drives also baby sittingon IcCollough.. students at Florida Winners AnnouncedKissimmee ; r ,1..<....IhlM-
Southern College, the '. .
election days and fashion spent Spring ... "
HUNT BROS. shows. She plans on attending col- Break visiting Barbara's grandparents Duplicate Club
lege for a B.9. in _education and the H. R. Clarks. winners for March have been 'i::
will then teach math or social announced.In _HUFFY_ MOWERS

studies. the first session Mrs E Et
Barbara Sue Cark and Sandra, Church To Celebrate Riley Miles and Rodney Walker 5 Great ModelsRIDERS
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Holy CommunionHoly won North-South with 40'/2 .
points, followed by Mrs. Row
A ATTENTIONMOTHERS Communion will be ena Jewell and Mrs. Art Seal SELF PROPELLED, HYTATKMATK,
celebrated at Grace Lutheran li with 39%. Mrs. Thomas LeRoy Dorsett Jr. CITATIONS, ELECTRIC

Church, St Cloud at the Sunday Mrs. Abbie Cole and Mrs
March 31st services. Amy Harrington won East- Dorsett-Babcock FROM
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The mid-week Lenten meditations West with,371% points followed

f .continue with the Mar. by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wilson +
f 27th theme being the scene with 36 points. Wedding Announced $6495
1. i A BEAUTIFUL 16x20 of Christ before Pilot. The second session was won
by Mrs. Betty Rankin and Jim ,, - -
Z PORTRAITBY The Lutheran Women's Missionary -
YY Mrs. Lucia S. Babcock of Willingham.The .
North- ---- - -- -- - - -- -- -
League is sponsoringa Minzey with 34 points
i Turnbridge, Vermont announcesthe bride wore a red sheath
trip to see the Lake Wales South, Mrs. E. C. Hobbs and I
LEHMAN'SONLY Mrs. Jess Theige were second marriage of her daughter dress made of nylon acetate.
I ;%} Passion Play Tues April 2nd.
with 23'/2' points. Elleon Sue to Thomas LeRoy The maid of honor wore a white
Play goers are asked to be
at the Chapel at 5:00 p. m. I Mrs. Rowena Jewell and Dorsett Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.T. wool sheath dress. Ferti'IZerCAl'
'Y. Cars will then proceed to Lake Rodney Walker won East-West L. Dorsett Sr. of Branford The wedding party attended a
Wales. with 24 points followed by Florida. The bride is the daughter dinner party at the Tiki Houseat

Mrs. Miles Sharp and Mrs. of the late Robert Adair Orlando.
$1.89 To Frances Rogers with 19 U Babcock of Turnbridge.The The bride was graduated from
Presbyterians points. ceremony took place at Greenfiela High School, Greenfield THURS.

.y Hold Rummage Sale The group will play again the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don- Massachusetts. She also 3

Monday, April 1st at 7:30: p. ald R. Willingham. St. Cloud a was graduated from Perry E :

The United Presbyterian m. at the St John's Episcopal close friend of the groom. Rev.D. Normal School of Boston. She DAYS .

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Women_ will hold a rummage Parish House. Anyone playing G. West evangelist solemn- is presently teaching grades 1,
sale all day Saturday in the contract bridge is invited to nized the rite of matrimony at 2, 3 at the Kenansville Elementary -
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I educational building. bring his own partner and 8:00 in tehe evening on the 14th School. WE HAVE BOUGHT A TRUCK LOAD OF

NO OBLIGATION Items of clothing and house- play duplicate. of February. The maid of honor The groom was graduatedfrom
hold articles will be offered. was Miss Marilyn J. Coffin and Brandon High School and GOOD GRADE FERTILIZER COME IN
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NO AGE LIMIT
Legion Auxiliary the best man was Donald R. Florida Stale University with a NOW AND SAVE.
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR FULL LENGTH OF CHILDREN Orange Gardens B.S. degree. He is presently

UNDER 4-YEARS-OID To Serve DinnerThe Hospital.Auxiliary leaching at the St. Cloud High

GROUPS: '2.00 EXTRA PER PERSON Club Meet TuesdayThe American Legion Auxiliary School.

ACTUAL SIZE OF PORTRAIT ALMOST AS LARGE AS Orange Gardens Home will prepare and servea To Present Show They are residing at Kenans- 50-LB.

THIS NEWSPAPER PAGE. Demonstration Club will meet f\t\ full course turkey dinner The St. Cloud Hospital Auxiliary vffle. 6 a 5 v 5 $ 11 9
the Community Building at 2 p.m. with pie and coffee at the Le- will present a big talent BAGS
Tuesday, April 2. Members of gion Home Saturday, March show at the communityhouse

THE PLACE TO COME: the Mid-County Club will be 30th from 5 to 7 p.m. on Ohio Street Tuesdayat SOUTH TRAIL
guests at the meeting.Two The public is invited. Adults 7:30 p.m. AZALEAS 49
4 6 8 $1
'," WILLIAMS SHOE STORE features are scheduled for $1.25 and children 65c. Music sonngs, novelties and DRIVE-IN .. CAMElLIAS
the program. There will be a at least one major specialtyact

I THE DAYS WILL BE: talk, Hi-Way Safety by a state Johnson-Bass will be presented. ORLANDO, FLORIDA CASH AND CARRY
highway patrol officer to be presented .
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL 5 and 6th' by Miss Marilyn Dietrich,
Engagement Told I Ida Tiller Circle THURS.-FRI.-SAT. FREE DELIVERY IN OTY AREA AFTER 5:00 P. M.
HOURS: TO A. M. to 6 P. M. the Osceola County Home Demonstration -
March 282030First
Agent. Mr. and Mrs. Haywood
To Meet
A demonstration of flower ar- Johnson of Kissimmee an- Monday Outdoor Showing
t ranging will be the second feature Complete Show in Cinema- PLANT SALE!
nounce the;engage ment and Th f Ida;Tiller Circle of the 1Iit..
to be presented by Mrs. Scope and Color .
forthcoming marriage of their First*"Methodist Church: will ,.
John R. Semple. Mrs. Henry daughter, Linda Gale Johnson meet at the"bungalow, April1st 7 and 10:45'P.M. AZALEAS 59c& '" 'EXTRALAfeG
SPECIAL TRAINThe Szankiewicz and Mrs. Albert M.lahrt. to Claude C. Bass, son of Mr: t"2:30'p.mHostesses "Who's Got The Action" '
who attended a school on and Mrs. Claude Bass, Kiss- will be Mrs. Dean Martin Lana Turner CROTONS 99c CROTONS '3M

Original Lower arranging held recently at, immee. Myrtle Seiford, Mrs. Walter 8:55 only
the county agricultural center. The wedding will be an Powell Mrs. W R. McClam- "Boys Night Out"
BLACK HILLS PASSION PLAYLake Mrs. William J. Tangermanand event of April 12, 1963 at 6:30p rock and Mrs. Albert Hal- Kim Novak-James Gamer
Wales Mrs. Roy B. Craven were m. at the Loch Haven Baptist stead.

delegates to a meeting of the Church Kissimmee.No First Outdoor Showing Fertilizer Spreaders $1295RAKES
FRIDAY APRIL 12 1963
home demonstration achievementday formal invitations are be- SUN.-MON.-TUES.
committee at which issued. All Marlene Kritz Tells
planning ing friends and March 31,April 1-2, DELUXE TYPE
Going: Returning: the five clubs of Osceola County relatives of the couple are In-'
"A Girl Named Tamiko"7:3011:30P.M.
Final PlansMiss
lv. Sanford 4:00 PoM. Lv. Lake Wales 10:15 P.M. were represented. vited to the wedding and the Wedding .

Lv. Winter Park 4:20 PoM. Ar. Kissimmee 11:15 PoM.b. I reception which will follow at Frances Marlene Kritz "The Sad Sack"
the home of the bride's -
Orlando 5:00 PoM. Ar. Orlando 11:35 P.M.Lv. parents daughter of Mr and Mrs 9:50 only If .
Kissimmee 5:20 PoM. Ar. Winter Park 11:59 P.M- Frank P. Kritz of St. Cloud,

Ar. Lake Wales 6:20 P.Me ,Ar. Sanford 12:20 A.M.. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Thack-- has announced the final plans WED.,APRIL 3rd
f aray left this week for their for her marriage to Jack One Day Only

ALL SEATS RESERVED home at Lexington, Michigan Pierce Grant son of Mr. and Family Nite-Admission "
Mrs. V. P. Grant of Orlando.
after spending the past few Price this coupon and 25c )
The ceremony will be held
COMPLETE PACKAGE COST months here.
: load.
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ADULTS $4.70 Church Friday April 5th, at Complete Show in Color"Trapeze" LAWN

CHILDREN $2.75 7:30 p.m. with Dr. Edgar. Cooper' U U
7:30-10:55 P.M.
Round Trip Farts, including transfer in each direction between ,), officiating.
"Wild Westerners"IL
-' All friends are invited.
station and theatre and choice amphitheatrt h
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Smmrteit Innekeon or dinner re.l,.- a; 9:45 P.M.
For further Information and reservations call .*.. i. Ctntrml' Florid Delyktyonr 'BUY FROM THE
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4 The Ktodmnw, Gazette. Kissimmee, FUu, Thonu, March 28, 1963 New York and Mr. and Mrs. El- -- -. -:: ,.. '

bert Manser Eustis were recent ,- -...- , State Tree Output I FOR SAU
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callers of Mr. and Mrs. :;
KISSIMMEE MOTOR COURT Roy McMullen. I 11 lets 2 how.i,orange grove.IMOMO .

Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Archam- : $I SO ...*.. |Wo Perk tfcoktprMrty.

NEWS bault and Mr. and Mrs. Charles v ; May Reach BillionFlorida's .1 A rod lay, $1,060 few*.

Coburn visited Busch Gardens Leaving Klstbnmee

by Loran B. G/aocfaff and other places of interest L lt
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forest outputalreadythe timber stand wildfire LEMONS
Tuesday. 1 tect from ssa0
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petty Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Parker second largest industry in the The farm forester will help l!
Holly Hill were Wednesaay din- P. Freeman Galena, Ohio left'visited Mr. and Mrs. Sewell i state-can reach one billion dollars mark timber for cutting and he

ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. the past week for their respec- Grout'Monday< afternoon.Mr. annually. may advise securing bids from
Frank HalL tive homes. and Mrs. Roy Hiestand Key to doubling the present various buyers to insure the own OO@W @!mIDUm

Rev. and Mrs. Earl Harris Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkeholder visited their grandson George value so important in jobs and er getting the best possible price.

Winter Park and Mr. and Mrs. entertained Mr. and Mrs. Moeler in Eustis Sunday.Mr. payrolls, rests. with 93,000 ownersof The farm forester may suggest [ e Ylf

James Caswell were reecnt call- Wayne Galbreath Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Agate, small'QOd1and tracts. How* alternate forest uses to the 0'011er. -

ers of Mr. and Mrs. William Cal Morris and Mr. and Mrs. Jupiter were weekend guests of By improved timber management. such as selling hunting or
Half of Florida's commercial fishing rights or offering a pore W@lJ!! MERC
Gordon. Guy Rich Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert. forest land
belongs to small wood-
tion of the woodland for commercial
There were seven tables of Mrs.. Peggy Poulos and Larry Mrs. A. L Jacobs and Mrs. land
owners whose average size .
500 and one of canasta in playat Slatmyer visited Haines City Earl Dick were Wednesday din- holding is 100 camping.The DEALER.
acres. Some of
small woodland especially -
the Friday evening card and other places of interest ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. these landowners and timbermenare owner .
will find the farm forester's
party. Mrs. Rolland Acker won Sunday. W. Worth.
already getting the maximum
skill and technical too-
high score for the ladies and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Stricker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkhold- production and dollar return from I how valuable. The forester can
James Akinheaa for the men. Mt. Joy Pennsylvania and Mr. er entertained Mr. and Mrs. A-
OBSERVE YOUTH their trees. Most of them unfortunately
DAY-The annual Youth Observance -help set up a suggested timber .110.8
Mesdames Winifred Bell Inez and Mrs. Frank Larson Michi- M. Collier March 14 in honor!
are not. But
Day of the First Baptist Church was held Sunday increasing,improvement progam and guide
Stiner. M. G. Brown and Harry gan were calling on Mr. and of their third wedding anniver- numbers of small woodland I
O'An-!
with special services and a picnic lunch at Brinson Park the landowner to practices that
Hudson were entertained to Mrs. Samuel .
cowl
a Saturday.Mr. sary.Mr. following the service. Shown above is Hiroshi ers are working toward more qualify for Conservation Program
dessert luncheon bridge party at and Mrs. Leonard Balding and Mrs. Roy Huntington morning ficient production from their ef-I Such help
payments. payments
Hashimoto who
the home of Mrs. Charles Hor- Nobel Illinois spent several Mont Rose, Michigan called on Fulbright student at Stetson University est acreage. .
the initial of tree
defray cost
ton, Saturday.Mr. : days with the formers brother Mr. and Mrs.' George Wright spoke to the youths and showed films on Japan. With The Florida Forest Service! planting, hardwood control fire 'H5R5SAdd

and Mrs. Pearl Kilts Mr. and wife Mr. and Mrs. Jake Friday. him are, left, John Barton, Training Union Director, and farm forester is a specialist in I line plowing, or pruning.
and Mrs. Henry Crystle and son, Balding.Mr. Mrs. Ann Koch- entertainedMr. Dr. H. P. Amos, pastor of the church. (Photo by Ham- timber management. His job is

LJuwellyn visited St. Augustineand and Mrs. John Remsen and Mrs. William Gordon rick) to help the timber grower, on re-:
Marineland Saturday.Mrs. Mt. Sinai, New York were visit- Mrs. Edith Wetander and Miss quest, to realize more profit from: Auto Tag Sales

Harvey Elmer and Mr. ing Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith Frances Seldon to Sunday din- pulpwood saw timber, naval: Over
Up Last
and Mrs. Charles Stevenson], Wednesday. ner.Mrs. ORANGE GARDEN stores and other forest products.I Year 'em up . 100, 85, 65, 50,
were calling on Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stebleton, Conrad Seyfried received Your farm forester, in sizingup The sale of vehicle licenses 35, 20, 9.8 and 6 horsepower.
Jack Beebee in Idora Park Lansing, Michigan are spending! word of the death of her a particular forest tract, may I i: :during the first two months this, That's the power range of the

Thursday afternoon.Mr. several days with Mr. and Mrs. brother Arthur Joslin of Lans- JOTTINGSby recommend measures against for-:,. year exceeded the sale during I new 1963 Mercury outboards.

and Mrs. Ed. Icheldingerof Conrad Seyfried.Mr. ing Michigan Saturday. est insects and diseases whica I I I the same period of 1962, Ed Your Mere dealer has the

Tampa were visiting Mr. and and Mrs. Fred Eckhart Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burkholder ANNE REYNOLDS damage trees. Or, if timber standis Pound tax collector, said. widest selection of outboard
J.
Mrs. Conrad Seyfried Thursday. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shef- entertained Mr. and Mrs. too thin, 'U. may be profitable I| Tag sales in January and February horsepower available. He has

After spending the winter in fell, Zepherhills were Thursday, Corwin Reynolds and Mr. and i to plant additional pine seedlings. I amounted to 23093367. A the world's most powerful out-
the Court Mr. and Mrs. John dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs.C. Mrs. Wayne Galbreath Thurs- Along with perfect weather Catherine StMr. Forester may suggest culling out I I year ago they totaled 21215495. board, the Mere 1000, 100 hp.
Valentine, Fostora Michigan, F. Uttell. the folks who attended the Cinar- low quality trees, thereby releasing -. The increased business of $18.- He has the world's lightest 9.8

Mr. and Mrs. George Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zyeifel, day.Mr.. and Mrs. Walter Stanton ama trip to Tampa last Satur- and Mrs.. Urban Labar- the growth of desirable 799.62 was handled without any hp fishing motor. The Mere 110

Hillsboro, New Hampshire, Mr. Waterville, New York, Mr. and and daughter Margurette, She- day, enjoyed a most delightful dee returned to their home in trees.If |increase in staff. weighs only 55 pounds . as
and Mrs. Harry Howell, Detroit, Mrs. Arnold Buimey, Courtland, hawken, Pennsylvania were Sat- day. The title of the Cinaramawas Baldwinsville, New York after the timber stand is too thick !i 'Pound also cited tax roll fig-I II light as other 5 Vi hp outboards.See .

urday dinner guests of Dr. and "Search for Paradise," and visiting with their parents, Mr. then thinning or selective cutting I ures to show the growth of business the Mere 850, 85 horse-
Mrs. C. F. Littell. from the reports of those who at- and Mrs. W. E. Brisbin. may be in order. Timber too:; in his office. In 1947 his power. It's a dockmate to the

THEKISSIMMEE Mrs. Robert Earley entertained tended the affair the title was thick is not thrifty and does not first tax year, the roll amountedto Merc 1000. . the only out-
her canasta club Friday most appropriate. Over 70 per The current issue of the Pic- grow at the fastest or most prof- $167,748. In 1962 the tax roll board that surpasses it in power.

GAZETTEs evening. Those present were: sons from the Gardens and vicinity ton Gazette of Picton, Ontario, itable rate. amounted to 115217090. The new 1968 Mercurys includea

ORIp Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Loomis, participated in this tour Can. contains an interestingnews Good timber management often 65 hp,4-cylinder outboard. .

A .I... H. Perry N.wi....er Mr. and Mrs. C. L Reed, Mr. and if the number of spectators I item concerning Mrs. Min !.-means plowing fire lines to pro-. IT PAYS..TO ADVERTISEPolaroid _ __i the Merc 650; and a new 35i
erva Brisbin, Mr. W. E. Bris- ho. twin-cvlinder outboard .
and Mrs. Alfred Peterson and to these shows continues to increase i
bin's, mother, who celebratedher I I the Merc 350. Like the Mere
.
Offices 24.26 Stewart Are. Mrs. Bertha Timmerman. as in the past tours, the i
h : theatre will need to set asidea 100th birthday, on March 1000 and 850,they have Power-
II
Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Gilbert
Telephone 847.2881 ,
j 12. She received many congra- I Dome combustion chambersthat
section or more for the folksin
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert and
and around the Gardens who tulatory messages, which included squish the fuel-air mixture
Pvt. Gregory Smith were Sunday to control combustion for maximum -
Mall Matterin
Entered am Second Class a telegram from Queen Eli I
unqualified pleasure
expressed
the Post Office at KUalmmee. Fla. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee in attending the Cinarama zabeth, a scroll from the Prime : efficiency.

Tescher in Dade City. J I shows. Minister of Ontario, a letter Mere's new 50 hp Mere 500 is

Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida Mrs. A. L. Jacobs and son-in-N I from Prime Minister John Die- the most power that you can
law George Anthony left Monday! for the and there
Another outstanding performance fenbaker, and letters from var- get money are
LEO SCHUMAKEREditor for their home in Chatsworth, by the local Theatre Guild ious members of Parliament.All three new fishing motors .

and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION Illinois. the of the in all, it must have been Mere 200, 20 hp, Mere 110, 9.8
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collier was presentation play wonderful and hp, and its little brother, the
quite a exciting
"Angel Street" last Friday and
dinner of Mere 60, 6 hp.
RATESSix
were Tuesday guests
Saturday. Both the stage set- day for the senior Mrs. Bris- o
months, $2.50; one year, $4.00' ; two years, $7.00 the former's father Mr. and tings and the actors pleasure bin. These add up to a lot of horses
were a -
..----- .,' Mrs. A. L. Collier. . 190 more than you can find
to behold. A of thanksis
vote
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Leman- in the power range of any other
ONCE OVER LIGHTLY
Kissimmee Furniture Store i due to all who participatedto outboard manufacturer. All the
ager and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin I Did hear that
they are
make this such a successfuland you
I Meres have full
gearshiftand
Rabideau new
: were Sunday afternoonand
enjoyable presentation.The putting a clock in the Leaning
of single-lever control.
Mr. and
23 Broadway evening guests Tower of Piza? Because what'sthe
Mrs. Ezra Lemanager.Mr. I good of the inclination if I Only Mere dealers have them.
Children's Story Hour un-
Telephone 847-4411 and Mrs. Walt Drigger! j See yours today.mERt'URY.
der the leadership of Mrs. Nor- you don't have the time?
!
of Fern Park and Leon Drig-
A complete free interior decorating service plannedto man Kriebel at 10:00 a.m. Saturdays -
i ger visited their mother Mrs.
v March 30, and the Progressive Statistics seem to indicate,that
suit y out ocketbook.- Featuring Name Brand I Thomas Driggef Sunday. Shuffleboard*will close there:: re'lriorew6menrlh'm'enKat I .
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Watts call- scheduled ', '" ""Lori the ''institutions than men? This
I Furniture, Bedding, Accessories, Carpets, Accent I ed on Mr. and Mrs. Garfield month the of March.programs goes to show who is driving I i 100, 85, 65, 50,
35 20, 9.8 and
Fuller in Lockhart Sunday after-
Rugs, Lamps and Draperies. The Orange Gardens Civic As- whom crazy.William. 6 hp outboard
I noon.
sociation for April also gives a
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Elmer O 1963.KIEKHAEFER CORP.. Fond d.Lac.Wis..
(Evening Appointments) I list of many interesting programs White To and Toronto.Subsidiary of Brunswck" Corporation
visited with Mr. and
Tuesday
which should not be miss-
Mrs. Sid Summers in Tampa. I ed. Attend Institute

Earl Rowsey and Bert Everett. William M. White a biology

won second place in the Station- Friends and neighbors extend teacher at Osceola High school I
er's shuffleboard t o urn ament has been awarded a stipend to I
sincere wishes _of sympathy to
week. attend the University of Flor-
last Land
Mrs. Fred W. Morris whose hus-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wells, band passed away suddenly at ida Biological Sciences Cur- i
daughters Nina and Robin spent ruculum study Institute from
1610
their home on Orange Blvd.
Sunday at Cocoa Beach. June 17 to August 9.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Gleadall last Sunday. The institute is made pos-
-' sible by a grant from the Na- Color
were Sunday dinner guests Filmis
Miss Ethel Gleason of 713 tional Science Foundation and
of Mrs. Fern Mecum at Holi-
George St. is a patient at is to be held at the University's -
day Inn, Orlando.
Memorial
Orange HospitalMr. conservation reserve at
Glifton Gilbert left Thursdayfor
Welaka, Florida
his home in Whittier Michi- and Mrs. George Leffing- Thirty teachers from the Here
!
'P" gan after visiting his parentsMr. well of New Brunswick, N. J. United States and Canada 'tyM1I
and Mrs. E. M. Gilbert and
d of Mr.
have been house guests have been tapped for special
brother Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Alfred Ayres for the past several instruction which is designed I

Gilbert.IT -. days. to provide the latest Informa- Full-color pictures in just 50 seconds.
tion on the use of uptodateI

DEVELOPINGLAND PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN Mrs. Curtis W. Reese from I study materials recently made
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cooperative available for all cit- : Ken Newman Bowls I The Kissimmee Gazette, Klssimcuee, FUu, Than.. March 28. 1963 5
Named To rus growers in Florida. 1
Wright Other members of the Boardof Perfect GameKen

r Directors of Florida Qtrus Newman,born and rais-
Production Credit Associationare ed in Kissimmee became the
; Association Post : J. J. Parrish Jr. of Titus- first person to bowl a perfect
I\-ille; Lorin T. Bice of Haines game at the Orange Bowl
) City: J. Earl Anderson of Lake Lanes here recently.The ,
The election of J. Danforth ,rida's largest income crop. land; Ford W. Moody of Palm 300 game is worth at
} Wright. Jr to the board of directors will with F. Earl of
Wright serve Harbor; F. Earl Peppercorn least[ $1,500 to Newman, John
} and to the executive committee Peppercorn director and Al Orlando; and Douglas R. Igou of Epwer, manager of the bowl-
of Florida Citrus Production Whtmore, secretary treasurer Eustis its president. The Association ing alley, said.Newman .
j I Credit Association was announced i and general manager of the Association operates from its principal was bowling for
yesterday by Douglas R. as a member of the office in Orlando, with branch Barros Texaco in the Kissim-
I Igou, president of the Association Executive Committee which is offices in Eustis, Winter Haven. mee Merchants League when FRI. SAt. SUN., MARCH 29, 30, 31
,
responsible for the day to-day operation Ft. Pierce, Sebring, and it is announcing he bowled the rare game.
) Wright vice-president of Patrick of the Association sub- the opening of an office Epker said possibly only two
\ Fruit Company of Sanford. ject to the approval of the Board in Dade City about April 15. or three persons a year in the
long-time members of Florida of Directors and on the important Dan Wright has served on the Orlando area achieve the per-
Citrus Production Credit Association loan committee which has as Shippers Advisory Committee as fect game. 3 BEDROOM -- 2/ BATHS -- SPLIT LEVEL
I joins the Board of Directors part of its responsibility the approval a director of Florida Citrus Mutual Newman has been bowling
to fill the unexpired term of of loan! applications for is chairman of the Seminole for only three years. He also
Ben Carpenter who for twenty I I members and prospective mem County Board of Public Instruction bowls for Art's Bar team In t
i jcars was on the Board of Direct bets of the Association. and was appointed by Gov. another league. His highest
t tors and Chairman of the Executive Florida Citrus I Production Collins to serve on the Florida previous game was 279.
I Committee of the Associa- Credit Association. is owned by Citrus Commission during which
tion. growers of about J2 per cent of time he served as chairman. FSU To Hold
Wright's- long career in the the citrus trees in Florida. The Wright has continually taken an:
citrus industry fits him for the Association has been in operation active part in the interest of the Summer CourseHigh .
position on the Board of Direc- since 1933. During that time it Florida citrus industry. school teachers of French :7
tors because of his close acquaintance -has had an outstanding recordof who need to brush up on the ,-," ,"
with the productionand service to the citrus industry Elks Present Flag To language will have an opportunity -
marketing of citrus, Flo i I and growers as the largest credit
;; to increase their speaking
I I Junior High School writing reading and listening

Continuing the Elks program knowledge of the language at an
of furnishing American eight-week institute at Florida
ONE NIGHT ONLY Flags to the class rooms and State University next summer. -
grounds of all the schools of ".
FRIDAY APRIL 5th FSU has received a grant of .,"
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Osceola County a special out-
$80,000 from the U. S. Office of
door Flag was presented by
Education for its first Summer j
Kissimmee Elks Lodge No.
\ HANK THOMPSON Institute for Secondary School
1873 to the new High School
Teachers of French June 23-
grounds on Thacker Ave.
Aug. 16 and stipends of $75 a
I and his During the noon assemblyon
Wednesday, March '20th, week with dependency allow-
-' WESTERN,SWING BAND Chairman Bill May of the Elks ances are available for 40 pub-
lic school teachers who will be
conducted a short, but very
selected to attend. Private i
t . at theCOPACLUB impressive program, leadingthe
assembled students in a school teachers may attend but
prayer to our American Flag.I stipends are available.Dr. .
. Committee member Paul Lutz Jean Charron associate
then presented the Flag to As- professor of modern languagesat
sistant Principal Edwin Tay- FSU and institute director.
lor, with Exalted Ruler Bodo said the French language will
355 South Patrick Drive Kirchhoff" and Ray Fritsch be used almost excusively at
participating.Other the institute which is conducted -
school room Flags are for teachers over a nine-
2 Miles North of Eau Gallie Causeway needed for the High School in state area of the South.A .
St. Cloud and also for Kissim- "no-English" rule will be I
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mee High School. And accord- observed even on trips away I : Hj; 1't ."'4._ _. .
ing to Chairman Bill May, from the campus in company 1!
these will be turned over to with staff members and partici- ;
SATTELITE BEACH the schools as soon as they pants will learn French songs : LARGE CORNER LOT IN KISSIMMEE'S MOST EXCLUSIVE RESIDENTIAL AREA
have been received.
and poems see one French
-FAIRLAWN MANOR ESTATES.
movie a week and spend some
Phone AM 2-4531 for Black HillsPASSION time daily in a language labora-
tory.
PLAAT Improving a knowledge of
France and its life and institu- The moment you set foot in the Entrance Foyer, you'll know you've dis-

tions, and learning new teach- covered home ideally laid out for the entire family.
1-AKE WALES ing methods will be other objec-
Reservations All Popular tives of.the institute.
Dr. Charron will be assisted in
Admission Drinks Tuesday PCftFOKMANCES, Thursday, feACH Saturday conducting the institute by several The full meaning of Tropical Florida Living enhances the striking designof

73Q PJd experts in French languageand this Gracious Split-Level Home that offers "Room For Pleasure," both indoors -
literature, including Dr.
$2.00 $1.00 Sundays 4t00 F Kl Georges Paul Collet professorof and outdoors From the sliding glass doors leading to the screen
PHONE OK WRITE 2 Oil i French literature at Tulane
LAKE WALES. -' --' -- University. enclosed patio to its convenient storage and utility areas, this home is as

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6 The 1 imniee Gazette Kissimmev j JTa., Thurs., Mrcu !8, 1563 I elude two sisters Miss Dollie Isaac Ped Tison HONORED If you did not feed in January, Kowboys To Play

dark Kissimmee and Mrs. Cath- Garden and February give door yard Citrus
,
Fred W. Morris 58 One sister, Mr s. Delbert Wilkins -.i, h: TIi
Two
Burtts Corne.r. New Bnmswick erine Lord Houston Texas. Six Buried MondayIsaac L-"", a good feeding this monthwith Home GamesThe

Passed Away SundayFred Canada. One brother, Richard brothers, Howard Cark Mobile, Club News an all purpose citrus food Kowboys will play two
Jones .'Morris Millville, New Alabama; William W. dark, Ped mason, 83 of 711 (' or with a soluable food. If you home games this Friday and Sat-

William Morris 58. of Brunswick. Canada. Also 3 Qearwater; Meier Clark, Tampa Brack Street, Kissimee. passed .; '., '.- have any specific problems, con urday nights at 7:30.
1G10 Orange Blvd Orange Gar- grandchildren. ; James E. Clark, Fort Payne, away early Saturday after a Mrs Albert Rogers has been suit with the county agent. Mr Friday night they face probably'

dons. Kisslmmee passed away Funeral services were held at Alabama; Arnie B. Clark and lengthy illness. elected as President of the Kis- Jim Smith. I the number two tcftm in the

suddenly Sunday.A 2 o'clock Wednesday from the Frank Clark, both Kissimmee.Also Born February 11. 1880 in Os simmee Garden Cub, this took Now is the time to- Ridge conference in Arcadia. Sat-

native of Plainfield Conn., Grissom Chapel with Dr. H. P. 4 grandchildren. ceola County near Narcoossee, the place at the recent meeting of Start to feed young trees, feed urday night they will boat the

ho had been a resident of Pa- Amos Minister of the First Baptist Funeral services were held at son of John Tison and Roxie the club. Serving with her will through June. always strong Avon Park nine

latka for 7 years before movingto 'Church, officiating. Casket- 11 A.M. Wednesday from the Green Tison, he had been a life- I be Mrs. Henry Simmons as 1stVicePresident Plant sumer blooming annuals The Kowfcoys have had rough

Kissimmee 8 months ago. He bearers were Messrs. Clint Ket Grissom Chapel with the Rev. f ong 'resident of this area. t i ; Mrs. Robert Meti seed or plants, zinnias pinks sledding on the road lately. The I

was retired from the industrial chum Wendall Ketchum Ben Floyd Cox, Minister of the Camp: He was a retired farmer and ger as 2nd Vice-President; Mrs. marigolds, verbenum. These car only bright spot has been the hit. ,

relations department for Hudson Maltby Robert Barber, James bell Station Baptist Church, of- was a member of the Church of Lynn Beers, recording Secretary; be planted 'til mi -Aprit ting. This looks better than at i

Paper Company.He Varnadoe and John Harvey. Ob- ficiating. Casketbearers were God. Mrs. Corwin Bennett Corresponding Happy gardening!! any other time in the past several t

was a member of the First sequies at Osceola Memory Gar Messrs. Clinton Cark Leroy Survivors include his wife Martha ; Secretary; and Mrs. R. Stanley years. Pitching has not been

Baptist Church and Orange Gar- dens in charge of Osceola Lodge dark Hiram Clark Ted Cark Tidwell Tison. A son. Cecil Evans, Treasurer. Mrs. John GIRL SCOUT NEWS: too bad. Errors afield have.

dens Civic Association, both Kis- Number 74. I.O.O.F and St. Morris Addison and darence Ad Ison. Kissimmee A daughter, I Carroll will serve as ParUamenI byMARGARET proved the costly item. 4

nlmmee, Indian Spring Lodge Cloud Lodge Number 66, I.O.O.F. dison. Presentation of the Flag Mrs. H. W. Alderman, Orlando. Tony Ponticelli tarian. They will be installed at TURV1M This is a young team but it

Number 115 I.O.O.F and Sterling Grissom Funeral Home was in j 1t Pleasant Hill Cemetery courtesy Two !)brothers Harwell Tison, the May Luncheon meeting. has some potential and looks as ;

& Rebekah Lodge Number 95 charge of, arrangements. I Makinson-Carson Post Num- Lake Wales and Elmer Tison, Tony Ponticelli A book on gardening will be All the treoops and leaders if it may be ready to start roll-

both Madison, Maine. ber 10. American Legion. Gris- Plant dty. Three sisters, Mrs. placed in the library in memoryof who participated in the annual i ing.The

Survivors include his wife, Vel- som Funeral Home was in Dave Locke Taft; Mrs. Roy Named'Salesperson' the late Mrs. Cora Gaylord. Girl Scout Cookie sale wish tc probable starting lineup
Charles S. ClarkSuccumbed Keen, Lake Wales and Mrs. John- President of the club.\ will be Bob
mn Ketchum Morris. One son, charge of arrangements. thank you, the public, for making Terry Roberts, 3b;
Arthur Norman Morris, Palatka. nie Hulsey, Haines dty. Also 5 Tony Ponti celli. manager of Mrs. Albert Rogers was chosenas it a success. Magnaghi, p; Chuck Whafen 2b;

MondayCharles grandchildren and 9 great grand- special events at Tupperwarewas a delegate to attend the State Mrs. Campbell's Brownie Steve Parker, c; Lamar Teems.

Samuel Clark, 65, who Winter Visitor children. named Salesperson of the Convention at Miami Beach April Troop 306 hiked from the Scout ss; Earl Johns, d; Jim Green-
Funeral services were held at Month at the Chamber of Com 29-30. If Woodward. Ib Bill
TERMITESSWARMING resided with his son and daugh- Passed Away MondayStella House to Brinson Park for their ough, ; Joe ; I
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 2 o'clock Monday from the Gris- merce Koffee Klub Wednes Jack Brodhage, Lakeland, of first cookout this year. Also Stephens, rf. If Terry Roberts
87 winter som Chapel with the Rev. R. C. the Florida Forest Service, pre- pitches Magnaghi tIDes to short-
fellows
? (Cluck) Cark $40 30th Street. Newhouse day.The they elected new officers as
Intercession from Horton, Minister of the Churchof meeting was held at sented the program in the ab- stop and Teems to 3rd base.
N. W. Winter Haven, passed visitor to City : Susan Rooney, president;
God. officiating. CasketbearersMessrs. Marathon Aviation in recognition -sence of Craig Bell, who was
in Winter Haven hospital Indianapolis Indiana passedaway Shiela McCall, secretarytreasurer -
away a Gerald Tindall. James H. of that firm's first birth- doing jury duty.
.
early Monday after a lengthy Monday afternoon.She ; Janice Shunk scribe; Judy
} illness. was a native of Rush Indall, Bud Tyson G. W. Tyson, day in Kissimmee. Mr.Brodhage's program was in Smith leader.Intermediate American Home
Monroe Tyson and Robert Tyson. Ponticelli, a native of New two parts a discussion of the song
Born December 23. 1897 in County. Indiana and a Deaconessin Troop 440, under To MeetThe
Interment followed in Rose Hill York, moved to Florida be- services of the department and Group
--J Kissimmee, the son of the late the First Church of the Naza- the leadership of Mrs. Walker,
Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Home cause of family health. He did what it means to the state. Forests -
call. Mr. and Mrs. William Wesley rene, Indianapolis.She gave a spendid valentine party American Home Department
d" was in charge of arrangements. free lance decqrating and designing give jobs, pulp wood help
Or I kin Clark he moved to Winter Haven is survived by one sister. in Winter Park, including preserve the water table, recreation for troop 306 last month. They of the Klwimmee Wo-

in 1918. He was employed in Mrs. Carolyn N. Reed Indian- work on movie sets harbor wild life and give an did this as a troop project.A man's Club will have an "April

the citrus industry there. apolis. Services Held For for Empire Studios. Early in esthetic value. skit of the Wizard of Oz was Fool Party" for their regular

for the sake of your horn He was a Baptist and a veteran The funeral party left Tuesday 1946 he was called to work He pointed out that only 1 per presented along with a talent meeting. Monday April 1 at

of World War II, serving with afternoon for Indianapolis where Lois Drawdy FridayFuneral for Tupperware and has been cent of acreage burned in counties show.' Refreshments completed 8:00: p.m.It .

the 376th Coast Artillery, Bat- funeral services and interment with that firm since that date. that have wild fire protectionthose the party and a great time was will be held at the new
,
CALL A.Besides. will be held. Grissom Funeral services for Lois Pauline home of Miss Marilyn Dietrich
I
tery He has been responsible for that do not have from had by all.
847-3489 the son survivors in- Home was in charge of arrange- Drawdy 32, of Kissimmee.were Jubilees and the company's 20-40 per cent of wood lands destroyed Mary Porter's troop just fin- 1703 Orange Blvd. in
held at 2 o'clock Friday
ments. various conventions confer- by fire. ished a Homemaking Project. Orange Gardens.
from the Grissom Chapel, with
ences and seminars. In addition Some concern was expressed by The Brownies cut out and hand-
Dr. H. P. Amos Minister of the the help of the many mothers
Lora K. Stout Passed he designed the new wing the members because Osceola made aprons for themselves.
First Baptist Church officiating. who visited the merchants and
of the main building and help- county does not have this pro- Homemaking is only one of the
Away Tues. MorningLora Casketbearers were Messrs. Roy ed with the designing of the tection.He many useful things these girls organizations all over town. For
Alderman, Odell Bronson. Enoch I all those of you who helped
auditorium.
new then showed the film "The will learn but an important
lerzberg, Bruce Partin, Ralph Among other he is boost us to our goal, our most
Choice K. Stout, 85, who resided and P. K. things Burning Issue" to show the de-
Freedom Of Shore Weaver. Inter. one.The sincere thanks, you're wonderful *
chairman of the special events
with her nephew and niece Mr. ment followed in Greenwood Cemetery vcstation that can be caused bya annual Osceola Rounduphas
for the Heart Associattion fire. been definitely set for Saturday .
and Mrs. August J. Bores, Camp- Orlando.
conditionsdoes ,
Under absolutely no bell Station Kissimmee, passed Funeral in Drive and is one of the offi- Mrs. Wm. Dayton, Canada, was April 6, at St. Cloud

the choice of the funeral away early Tuesday after a charge Grissom of arrangements.Home was cials for the annual, Winter introduced as a guest. The Daylily Kissimmee Troops just com Pressure Creosoted
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Park Sidewalk Festival.He
director rest with anyone other lengthy illness. She was the widow Art Circle was hostess. pleted their arive for the Girl
is married and the fatherof Fence Posts, Poles, etc.
of Era Anderson Stout who The Daylily Circle meeting of Scout Fund. We were asked t o
his
than the family requiring passed away here in 1959. Paula Marie Girdner two boys. The family residesin ; last week was in the form of a raise $600 and at last count w c Southern Wood Preserving (o.
services. Regardless of the cir Maitland. work (day at the County Courthouse the It could l
A native of Allegan County , were very near goal. Baldwin, Florida-266-4251
Passed Tues.
cumstances, it is your right to Michigan, she had been a resident Away and the City Community not have been raised withou t t

call the funeral director of your of this community for the Paula Marie Girdner infant Winn-Dixie Sales House.Mrs. Wm. Sippel presided ove

E*'EA. own choice.RlEDEL. past 24 years. daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Char Show IncreaseA a brief meeting. The circle will

THE OftOU ber She of was the a Baptist Ladies and Auxiliary a mem les D. Girdner, 617 Palmway sales increase of 7.44 per also place a book in the libraryin Thinking of Dining Out?
mGCIOEH
OF
Kissimmee. passed away Tues- .
memory of Mrs. Cora Gaylord.she
RUli U.S.W.V. cent during the four-week period
Besides Mr. and Mrs. Bores day afternoon. ended March 9 compared with was a member of their circle -
Check These
Besides the parents survivors AdvantagesElectronic -
III survivors include a son, Nuel the corresponding period a year
include grandparents Mrs. Rosie The nominating committee con- Ordering for Fast Service
Stout, Phoenix Arizona. Two ago was recorded by Winn-Dixie
Sirdner, Tinsley Kentucky and sists of Mrs. John" Farmer Mrs.
MOtJRua819AWCE other nephews Norman Wolf Stores, Inc., it was announced Breasted Chicken or Shrimp .
24 Mrs. Mary Starkey, Narcoossee. Henry Simmons, and Mrs. Donald -
107 EMMETT STREET Kissimmee and Hiram Wolfdeveland Funeral services were held at by the chain. Brown. For the Best in Eating
SERVICE KtSSIMMEE FLORIDA Ohio. The volume was $65,888,371compared
10 a.m. Wednesday at the inter The circle wishes to thank Mr. Covered Parking Area for
Funeral services will be held with $61,327,734 last
ment in Rose Hill Cemetery with
Harold Woodall for his excellent
at 2 o'clock Thursday from the the Ministerof year, an increase of 4560640. Year 'Round Comfort
Rev.
Billy Rigsby.
help with the beautification proj-
Phone: Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. For the 36-week period ended .
the Loch Haven Baptist Convenient Carry-Out on All Menu Items
B47-3188 Maurice Grigsby, Chaplain of March 9, sales were $572,806,317 ects.Dates
Church officiating. Grissom Funeral -
remember
to ,
CAN YOU DO BETTER ANYWHERE?
with
the Kissimmee Allstates Tourist compared $533.311.154 an
Home in of
was charge ar April 2O21st.Annual Flower
Club, officiating. Casketbearers rangements. increase of $39.495,163 or 7.41 percent Show. "Come as you are, dine in your carWalt's ."
'Courtesy Veterans of World War over 1962,.
.. >. April 2930th.State; Convention
One Barracks 1068.1 Interment to -- An increase'also was registered -
Miami Beach.Do Freez-ette Drive-in
l vi follow in Rose Hill Cemetery Pastor's RetreatTo for the 52-week period ended
a. not summer
i Grissom Funeral Home is in March 9, when sales totaled prune blooming
charge of arrangements. Be HeldA $811,743,225 compared with 767. shrubs until through blooming, Highway 17-92 South at the Overpass
otherwise will cut off thiyear's
: 431,850 last year an increase .of you Phone 847-4812 for Carry Out
Pastor's Retreat will be bloom.
$44.291,375 or 5.77 per cent.
Kev. held on Stetson University's
YOURS! THIS LIVING CROSS EMBEDDED IN THE SACRED George Sprague DeLand campus June 4-7, El-

Died ThursdayRev. bert C. Tyner, Stetson directorof
Tli )Jltl.ntd. gloninfi cross embedded in a EARTH OF ML CALVARY! church relations, has announced

primal<< containing. the sacred earth of ML ... I ., George Harrison Sprague, All pastors are invited Keep engineyoung engine dean friction-free
Calvary' There Jews nuffrred and did to \ 1if your parts 60 so you can save
live e. the promise of eternal life.eta 1* FREE ,/ 86, of Intercession City, passed to the retreat as well as
to 1 gallon of gasoline in 8! Save
\aunt Thi luminou thimmmnf ttliite cram away early Thursday after a laymen and their wives. with up every on re-
M a shining *)mliol of Jesu Thou.*nd* you lengthy illness.A The welcome address will be pairstoo.goingIfyouwanttoswingthrough..

lu'tfrimHff nranwM i.to It Ml:... C HIP-U ry Mate for taerrd comfort' etrth.and act now,1! \c: native of Haskinville, New given by Dr James W. Par- spring with your whole car humming happily, get

stained and cleansed with the precious Mood You'll receive an', York, he had been a resident of rish, Stetson vice president. RPM MOTOR OILS S.tandMd'sSpringCert.ifiedCar-Check.Wechange
'and tear ol our Savior can be yours right at authentic largephotocraph this area for the past 20 years. Other speakers will be Dr.
Tour fingerlii.al...y-' Because this tarred' from He attended public school in Henry A. Parker, president of oil,expertly KYSOlubricate From bumper to bump
rroM Fleas like a living thing you see it at Mt. Calvary. the Clean?You probably never saw a machine as clean er Standard remembers
night when you awake from troubled sleep... same view as Haskinville, high school and the Florida Baptist Convention so you can forget. Then
alwirs near to comfort you and yours in seen by our teachers college, Cohocton, New and pastor. First Baptist as your engine after a few easy-going miles with we give you a written record. Ready? You're next!

kraltk aad lickneu. Keep a,,protecting erosa dying Savior. York and Houghton College. He Church, Orlando; Robert W. RPM Motor Oils. These new deposit-free oils keep STANDARD OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
Send
in and here 'ork..1so.
your car you taught school in Haskinville for Clark, pastor, Mayfair Baptist
for your cross today! If you're not enthralled IfurtyM I'' Coupon Today'!
with this glowing crocs embedded in ttcreJ I taciad:. Is Case CMeII 1I I II several years and was a mis- Church, Jacksonville; Dr. FredT
tank return it within tea days and your I Momy: aaM rmk Infof Cran:t J sionary in Africa for 15 years. Laughon, Jr., pastor, first
will be fully refunded? Satisfaction is.luol.tely I 12.M i.eo.. rnttn ,
.money I tscNw/. g- I II He was a member of the Wes- Baptist Church Gainesville,
gueraiueeJ. Send h. check or
ca
money order (DO c:...do) tot I II leyan Methodist Church. and William L. .Self, pastor,
I IWI' I II Survivors include his wife. May West Bradenton Baptist

CHRISTIAN IMPORTS ADDllEst 1utr I IL Lord Sprague. A foster son, John Church.

z ", A1J t, P. Sanford. Cocoa. A sister, Mrs. Also featured will be Dr.
t+.o. Box 7112 St. U.U 77 Mo. ____! ="
Victoria Crouch, Maryland. Russell Dicks, Central Florida

Funeral services were held at Counseling Center, Orlando;

YOU'LL ENJOY 2 o'clock Saturday at Morrison Dr. Ray Summers, Southern

Memorial Pilgrim Holiness Baptist Theological Seminary;

Church, Intercession City, with Hal Marchman, pastor Central

\ \ \ 1\\\ \ \ f // /.// the Rev. Cecil W. Shaffer, offi Baptist Church, Daytona
.
dating, assisted by the Rev. F. Beach; Fred B. Chance, pastor

R. Birch. Casketbearers were First Baptist Church, Sanford,
Messrs. William Campbell J. J. and H. P. Amos, pastor Kiss-

AUCTIONSALES Greer, John H. Koon Glenn I immee First Baptist Church. LL
Scott Nelson Scott and Roger! Registartion fee is $1 for

Turner. Interment followed in commuters and $5 for those

/ .I \ '\ \ \ \ \ \ Greenwood Cemetery. Orlando' staying on the DeLand cam
I \
/ .I11 \ Grissom Funeral Home was in pus. Meals will be taken in the

charge of arrangements. Stetson Cafeteria.REFRIGERATION .
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Elementary School News I as over 50 different fkwers have] rida on or before said date as required -,T1>e Klssimmeg Paiette Klsrimmee, FLu, Itors. March 28, 1963 7
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been brought in and labeled.: Everything .. by law. If you fall to do

I imaginable has been] entered so, a Decree against Pro Confesso for the will reliefdemandeo.l be IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE served with process' herein, why
By Peggy, Bradbury done you NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN the said property should not be for
using the flower theme. In the hand Complaint.Clerk of AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY I feited pursuant to said chapter
I The rewards of teaching come WITNESS my as FLORIDA. Should you fall to file claim as
of County
said Court Osceola
Circuit
Blood typing for :elementary will to The when children IN CHANCERY NO. 6457 herein directed. judgment will be
go Michigan. classhad apply their learn FlorIda. and the seal of slid PENINSULA
NATIONAL BANK ) entered against you In due course
children began last week. It ,is a geography lesson from this ing. Now the boys and girls call Court ty. Florida at Kissimmee on the Osceola 25th daj Ccun-of OF CEDARHURST. a United ) Persons not personally" served with

continuing this week and will give and used the map to find these flowers by thtir proper name and March, A.D.. 1963. States corporation ) process may for forfeiture obtain a copy filed of herein the
Plaintiff ) petition
all children the opportunity to states. Larry Relford's father will tell something interesting about CLERK IsGLENN OF THE RAY CIRCUIT '\IS from the undersigned Clerk ot

have their blood> type printed on soon be going to Korea so the: most of the flowers. Here are! COURT. OSCEOLA A.T. NEAL ALFORD and NANCY ) Court.
ALFORD. his WITNESS hand and the seal
wife. B. HAROLD ) my
the metal identification tags which globe was put into use. By using, some stories they wrote along this) (CIRCUIT COUNTY.COURT FLORIDA SEAL FARMER and ANNA L. ) of the above styled Court at KIs-
were ordered some time ago. It experiences like these, Mrs. Bast: line: A Poem About Flowers by Thacker and Thacker ) FARMER. his wife and CASH ) slmmee. Osceola County, Florida
BROTHERS. INC. this 11th of March. IMS
is hoped that before too long, the made a very interesting and enthusiastic Cheryl Howard- Attorneys for Plaintiff corporaUon a Florida )) ', (CT. CT. SEAL day )

tags will be distributed to the geography lesson. I Roses are red, March Kissimmee.28. April Florida 4, 11. 18 1963. MORTGAGE Defendants. ) GLENN RAY
Cleric oman
students who purchased the ID Gary Macky brought his pet Violets are blue. NOTICE FORECLOSURE OF SUIT: Oaceoia County.Court Florida

.' items. lizard to spend the day in Miss I i Dogwoods are white. IN THE COURT OF THE TO: B. HAROLD FARMER and March 14. 2L.A 1968._ _

You wouldn't think it possible Junie Goolsby's class. This was: And daisies are, too. COUNTY COUNTY.JUDGE.FLORIDA OSCEOLA ANNA whose address L. FARMER Is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH

but mumps, measles, and chicken not an ordinary lizard, but one' Flowers are pretty, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 1209 McRee Drive JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
are still with us. with two tails. V MAKE APPLICATION FOR Valdosta Georgia OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
I
pox George took his like them, too. FINAL DISCHARGE You are hereby directed to take CHANCERY NO. 6460
The boys and girls of the primary lizard to all of the other level Orchids are pretty, IN RE: THE ESTATE OF notice that a' suit has been filed TEACHERS INSURANCE AND \
WAVERLEY B. NEWSOME. against you In the above Court. ANNUITY ASSOCIATION OF )
had
grades a treat when one rooms for the children to Pansies are, too. deceasedIN The nature of the suit, or proceed i AMERICA. a corporation or- )
they gathered in. the High School Flowers. Flowers Flowers by PROBATETO ing. Is a Complaint! for foreclosureof I ganlzed and existing u eer the >

auditorium to see a variety show see.He returned to the room quite Sam Lupfer-flowers are pretty, ..LENTERTAIN CERN ALL: WHOM IT V MAY CON- Court a In whfch said The name suit or of pro-I laws of the State of Plaintiff.New York >)

featuring a magician. This is one out of breath and exclaimed "Oh aren't they? Red, blue, green, Notice Is hereby given that I ceeding. Is pending Is the Circuit vs. )
enrichment KAST-The Thrift Home have filed my final report as Executor Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit. ROBERTRAYFAULXNER Sand
of the
programs boy, they wanted to know brown, purple white and Demonstration I
every- ,
orange, of the Estate of WAVER In and for Osceola County. Florida.. GLORIA JEAN FAULK- *
planned throughout the year by thing about this lizard." black. Pretty colors. Pretty flow presented a skit on "Tourist Troubles" at the meeting of LEY B. NEWSOME. deceased; thatI I In Chancery No. 6457 The title of NER. his wife, )

Principal Louis Feuerstein. This class has also been study- ers. All go to sleep. the Kissimmee All States Tourist Club last week. The have. and filed that petition I will for apply final to discharge the-AL the suit BANK is OF PENINSULA CEDARHURST.NATION a NOTICE Defendants OF SUIT )

From Mrs. George Bast, Jr.'s ing about toads, wild Cowers, and My Flower Garden by Rebecca cast shown above includes left to right seated Mary Honorable O. P. Johnson. County I United States corporation versus A. TO' ROBERT RAY FAULKNERand
room Jackie Rogers is movingto weeds. I Sullivan. I have Judge of Osceola County, Florida NEAL ALFORD and NANCY T. GLORIA JEAN FAULKNERhis
little
a garden Kerr Louise Hudson Marge Aikenhead Pearle
Snyder. on the 30th day of April 1963 for I ALFORD. his wife B. HAROLD wife
California and Teresa Rhimes Mrs. Katherine R. Rhoades' I and it is in a field. And I walkover Standing Alice Watts Bertha Cole Helen Brown Bea approval of same and for final discharge -I FARMER and ANNA L. FARMER. and to any and all other parties
level two and three group havea a hill to get to field of as Executor of the EstateOf I his wife and CASH BROTHERS. claiming any right title and or
my Coss Mae Elliott Andrews WAVERLEY B. NEWSOME. de- INC.. Florida
CARD OF Dorothy Lucy Hamlin Emo- a corporation. The Interest In and to the following described
THANKS most unusual art display at flowers. My flowers are sunflowers. Smith. (Photo by Hamrick ceased. I I description of the real property and property to wit:
Wi wish. tokt this MOT ... If tb.&i.1 Mary Bryan building. The medium .And I like to smell them. gen ) This, 1st day of March. A.D. 1963 equipment I involved In said proceed- Lot 18. KISSIMMEE; HIGHLANDS
I (5) C. A. Walker i Ing described In the
Complaint Is REPLAT. according to
..... lId fttJQbbtrSf Phi. doctors used is crayon melt. Old wax I My Garden of Flowers by Anita : LEGAL NOTICES :, discharge and that on the 30 day I Executor of the j, as follows: the plat thereof as recorded: in
-.4 IIWMt of 0sc.&IiI Haspitat Dr. AJMS crayons are grated up and mixed White. I have a garden of flow- !, of April. 1963. I will apply to the Estate ofWaverley Lot 5. FAIRLAWN MANOR Plat Book 1. Page 380. Public

ea4 ft.. GriueIIIs for mrj ad .f kMMW together in a box. Then each 'I ers. It is big. I planted it .a longtime IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE I Judge Honorable of Osceola O. P. County.Johnson. FlorIda.County deceased. B. Newsome. i 1 i i!I thereof SUBDIVISION.as recorded as per in Plat the Book Plat Records. of Osceola County. Florida. -

...... tfc.. OMSS m4 feath .( e.r I child takes out some of the color- ago. I learned the names OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA I for approval of said final return I THACKER AND THACKER I. 1. page 377. Public Records of Including specifically bv
IN RE ESTATE OF RUTHM. f3t.wI'.o: ;
:
kwH .... ful I and for an order of distribution P-.O. Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. I Osceola County. Florida way of limitation, the fix-
shreds and places them of the MARSHALL. deceased. i
on a flowers. Here are some and for final discharge as Admln- Attorneys for Executor Including I tures and equipment:
THE liMIT Of ran 111??. I piece of paper. The paper is I, flowers I have in my garden. NOTICE FOR FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE PETITION OF V istrator with Will annexed of the March 28. April 4, 11. 18 1963 Heater oven and range i iI i i Surface unit and oven; heater V
estate of Ruth M. Marshall deceased !
You file permanently Installed
folded and then the child takes I and ADMINISTRATOR i are required to your
I roses
a I pansies, phlox. WITH NOTIFIED
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S answer with the Clerk of the Clr-l I YOU ARE HEREBY
warm iron and runs it back and From Mrs. Jean Donahue's level WILL ANNEXED I I Dated March 20. 1963. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY I cult Court and serve a copy thereof I that the Plaintiff. TEACHERS INSURANCE -
Christian Science NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Erford A. Woods SSO.
Plaintiffs AND ANNUITY
FLORIDA upon attorneys whose *
I forth over the paper. (Make sure I six and seven room come these that I have filed my final return j As Administrator with Will IN RE: ESTATE OF name and address Is L. Pharr Ab-I CIATION OF AMERICA a corporation -
Society that the crayon is on the INSIDE original compositions: as Administrator the with Will annexedof I I!i Annexed of the estate of OLIVE V MAXSON. deceased. !i nor of Turnbull and Abner, Suite organized and existing under
Each Wednesday S of the paper). Then open the On the Second Day of deceased estate that of I Ruth have M.filed Marshall. I Phillip Ruth M. Marshall deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO : 490. New England Building. Post I the laws of the State of New York
p. m. up Springby ; my petition -[ R. Kelley MAKE APPLICATION FORFINAL Office Box 217. Winter Park. has instituted suit against you tn
i 309 N. Randolph folded paper and be amazed at I Jacky Brainard. On the second for distribution and for final | P. O. Box 331 (12 East Monument) V DISCHARGE I I I rida. not later than the 15th V the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial -

SIadSy Senke... . . . 11 .... the beautiful designs made. day of Spring it was windy.I after spending two weeks at Vero. f Attorney Kissimmee.for Florida Administrator TO ALL: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN i I April.law, else A.D.a 1963.Decree as Pro required F1O-1 County.Circuit.Florida.in the and nature for Osceola of the

slid... St.... . . . 9:30 .... The modernistic art effect is got my kite. When it got up Messrs. Emmett Young Sr. and I March 28. April 4. 11. 18. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN V I I will be entered against you. suit Is to foreclose that certain

terrific. Grown ups could try this :into the air it sailed down into Jr. of Vero I That Marjorie Honetor has flied her IN WTNESS WHEREOF. I have mortgage which encumbers' the
are visiting their
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE final report as Ancallary Adminis-II hereunto set my hand and affixed above described property said property
to make greeting cards or even :an orange grove. I got up into daughter and sister and family I j FORECLOSURE: SALE BY CLERK tratrix CTA of the Estate of Olive my official seal at Kissimmee. Osce V being situated and located in
Flowers For All Occasions to frame and hang as an original the tree and got it down.I I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN V. Maxson. deceased; that she has ola County. Florida. this 8th day of Osceola County. Florida You and
here.Mr. pursuant to a Final Decree of Fore- filed Petition for Final Discharge March. A.D. 1963.GLENN each of you are hereby required 1""
ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST work of art. I I taped .it and got it into the and Mrs. Jesse Hill, their I closure dated Match 23. 1963. and t and that she will apply to the Honorable RAY file your Answer with the Clerk "I
These, gems were gathered at air again. An airplane was com daughter and family. Mr. and entered: In Chancery Case No. 6429 I I I o P. Johnson. County Judgeof V CLERK OF CIRCUIT the Circuit Court In and for Os
of the Circuit Court of the Ninth Osceola County. Florida. on the COURT ceola County. Florida alid serve a
random from Mrs. Pat B. ReJ-: ing at my kite. If I did not pull Mrs. J. V. Home and children, Judicial Circuit In and for Osceola Eth day of April. 1963. for approvalof OSCEOLA COUNTY, copy thereof upon Harold A. Ward
graves .level four and five'room.. the string back the airplane would all of Tampa the weekend I County. FlorIda. wherln First Fed- same and for final discharge asaneiilary FLORIDA I III. of the firm of Wlnoerweedle
2S KOAOWAT $M7-4S spent eral Savings and Loan Association administratrix CTA of the (Circuit Court Seal Haines & Ward. 234 Park Avenue
,I' The children had fried chicken hit it When I pulled the stringit here. of Osceola u corporation estate of Olive V. Maxson. deceased By; lit Ellanore O. Jowers I South. Winter Park. Florida. At-
for lunch one day. A youngster broke and I never saw my kite Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dorsett 1! organized and : fstlg under the Deputy Clerk torneys for Plaintiff In the above
I I laws of the United States of America This 5th day of March. 1963. L. Pharr Abner of I action on or before the 15th day
was sitting near the teacher and again. spent the weekend visiting his I Is Plaintiff, and Silver Shield MARJORIE HONETOR Turnbull and Abner I of April. 1963 else a Decree Pro
Call. I he began to lick his fingers when By Dennis Daniels-The second parents at Branford. i Corporation a Florida Corpora- MarjorIe Honetor. Ancillary -| Suite 490 I I Confesso will be entered against
I tion and Atlas Florida Corp.. a Administratrix CTA New England Building you.
Parks Furniture Co. "he was through. Mrs. Redgravetold day of Spring is cold and the i I Florida Corporation are defend- of the Estate of Post Office Box 217 IT IS ORDERED that this be
him that it was bad manners wind is blowing. I looked out the !'ants. I will sell to the highest and Olive V. Maxson Winter Park FloridaAttorneys I published In The Klsalmmee Gazette -
Your'REFRIGEZATOR Woman's dub To 1 I best bidder for cash at the front deceased. for Plaintiff a newspaper published In OM--
For Prompt Re'palr of to lick his fingers. The child I window. I saw two birds flyingin door of the Osceola County Court- Murray W. Overstreet, Jr March 14, 21, 28. April 4. 1963. ala County. Florida once each v.eckfor
replied "It's just like Co!. Jim's the sky. But it is still Spring.By Meet Tuesday I house In the City of Kissimmee. Attorney for Ancillary V four consecutive weeks
I chicken Osceola County. Florida at twelve Administratrix CTA WITNESS the hand of the Tier's
Phone 847.4171GREEN'S -finger licking good. Art Logsdon-The second o'clock noon on the 10th day of Bo I One day on the playgroundMrs. day of Spring is today and it is The Kissimmees ,: April. 1963. the following described Florida NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ty. Florida. this the 8th day of
Redgrave commented that it not very hot. It is rather cold Woman'sClub I property as set forth In said Final March 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963. I IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. March. 1963.CIRCUIT .
will meet Tuesday April Decree. to-wit: FLORIDA. LAW NO. 2667. ( COURT SEAL)
was cold. A child standing near: today. I'm sitting in the school 2nd 3 LOT THIRTEEN (13) of Kissimmee NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF STATE OF FLORIDA /GLENN RAYClerk
at pm. at the club Highlands First Addition. RESOLUTION CLOSING PORTIONOF "I. of the Circuit Court
FUEL said Youll
by "You is tender. looking out the window and the
house on Oak Street. Osceola County Florida. being a UNNAMED PLATTED ROAD 1953 CHRYSLER SEDAN, Wlnderweedle. Haines A Ward
ought to be tough like me and trees are blowing, too. Spring is Officers for the subdivision of the East halt of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ID No. 7767512 224 Park Avenue. South
I Sales and Service not wear a sweater \hot. But this Spring isn't. coming year the West half of the East half pursuant to Section 336.10 Florida IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE I Winter Park, FlorIda
: will be elected and the newly of the Southeast quarter of the Statutes of 1955. that the Board of FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- March 14. 21. 28. April 4. 1M3
One morning, this same groupof elected president will be installed Southeast Quarter and the West County Commissioners. Osceola > ERTY:
PHONE 147-4172 147-4171 children was saying the pledgeto half of the East half of the East County Florida. on the 11 day of I 1953 CHRYSLER 4-door SE- NOTICE
KENANSVILLE at this meeting. half March. A. D. 1963. I .
of the Southeast quarter of adopted a resolution DAN; ID No. 7767512.
KISSIMMK the flag. In loud, clear tones Mrs. Carl Kenton is chair the Southeast quarter of Section closing. vacating and aban- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO Incurred I will not be responsible for debts
one child said . "and to the By Betty Bass Nine (9). In Township Twenty- doning the following described portion G. W.'SANDERSGENERAL self. by anyone other than my
For Gas Delivery: Phone man of the hostess committee. five (25) South. Range Twenty- of unnamed platted road In Os- DELIVERY
Harold 847-2038 REPUBUX for which it stands." I nine (29) East less the North 50 ceola County Florida, viz; SEBRING. FLORIDA Jim March Kllllp
R. A. Wigal 847-4539 I: Boys and girls in Mrs. Miss Jessie Allen was hospital- feet thereof, lying and being inOsceola That portion of the unnamed AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS J 14-21-28
FUtchet I Peggy ized again last County Florida, accordIng platted road lying to the West AND CORPORATIONS OWNING.
on Sunday night I
Kenneth Btedsoe& Bradbury's level five and six Wesleyan Guild to the Official Plat as flied of the West half of Lots 109 and HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN-
892-7695 [S,:Cloud] I room are becoming authori week and underwent an appen-- among the Public Records of Os 116. and to the East of Lots 108 TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE STOVES REFRIGERATORS
quite ceola County. Florida. on the and 117. In Section 11. Township ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
For Gct3 Service: Phone ties on flowers. A unit on flowers dectomy on Monday.Mr. To Elect Officers 14th day of November A.D. 1958. 26 South. Range 30 East. accord- I YOU, AND EACH OF YOU are I USED
J. 8. Rountr. a 7-4062 j just sort of happened when the and Mrs. John Tankersle} in Plat Book One (1) on Page Ing to the Plat of the Seminole hereby notified that the above described
Robert Allen have returned from California.Bob The Wesleyan Service Guild of 369. Land and Investment Company's property has been seized FURNITURE
Emory Bronson 847-4570 1 Spring flowers began appearing DATED this 25th day of March. (Inc.) Subdivision of said Section under and by virtue of Chapter 562.
the first
Leo Girourd 8 7.2061If. on the teacher's des No matter Tankersley is at Bay Pines. Methodist Church will A.D. 1963. as recorded among the public records Florida Statutes as amended and I Sewell.Thurmond
I Karen and Elizabeth Matz. meet: Monday night at the homeof /GLENN RAY of the office of the Clerk Is now In the possession of the
H. Hall 892-1212, Sr. Cloud : what flower was brought in, the Clerk of said Circuit Court of the Circuit Court of Osceola Board of County Commissioners of 1015 West Church ORLANDO
or call H. T. Simmons, Mgr ,1 children1 Said, "Oh wMt a :Lakeland. visited at the Charlie Parah and Sarah Clark for (Circuit -Court Seal) - County. Florida. this County and you. and each of I
: 847-4819' pretty Vickers home on Saturday. the purpose of electing officers Phillip R. Kelley V and renouncing and disclaiming any you.V are hereby further notified I
rose. for the P.O. Box 331 (12 E.Monument) right of the County and the public i that a petition under said Chapter,
Robert O'fterry 847-3219 A bulletin board was made and Mrs. Reba Tankersley. Alvin coming year. Kissimmee. Florida V In and to the land so delineated as has been filed in the Circuit Court LEARN BARBERINft
R. W. Laisrter and Jerry, visited her sister and Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson will present ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF such portions of said unnamed of the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and I
847-3442 Issues Year future a
I called Flowers have Names, too. I March 28. 1963NOTICE platted road. for Osceola County. Florida. seek-
John Evans, St.Cloud 892-3482 The family in Vero on Wednesday. the program, using as her BOARD OF COUNTY In? the forfeiture of the said property well-paTt. profeeslos.
response was overwhelming I j Junior Tankersley is home again topic "The Easter Story". TO DEFENDIN COMMISSIONERS I and you are hereby directed Day V.A.& Nlfht Cla*er
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OSCEOLA COUNTY.. and required to file your claim. If Approved
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN FLORIDA any you have. and show cause on Orlando Barber OHegeW
AND FOR COUNTY OF OS- By sHarris G. Daniels or before the :5th day of April. 1963. 8. Oraage BIo.im Tr.
CEOLA STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chairman I II not personally served with pro- OA 1-687f
Chancery ROBERT M. RUDULPH (County Commissioner's Seal cess herein and within twenty days I,
Plaintiff. vs FREDERICA E. RU- March 14. 21. 28. April 4. 1963. from personal service If personally r
HANSBRQUGH *foc& DULPH The State of Florida to] I '
FREDERTCA E. RUDULPH You SAND ROCK
are hereby notified that a suit in
equity for divorce has been brought PRESTIGE MORTAR MIX
ORLANDO LIQUIDATION SALE The HAN I against you by ROBERT M. RU-I STEEL & WIRE MESH
DULPH in the Circuit Court of the HOMES
'I' Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for
County of Osceola. State of Florida -
2 HOMES VARIETY STORE and you are hereby summon- BUILT
,I ed. ordered and required to file
your written answer or defenses to FOR YOU
the Complaint filed herein against ____
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TUESDAY APRIL you in the above entitled cause. In =::::::T ___
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I the office of the Clerk of the Circuit VV.
Succ fu! Selling V Snce 19! i II I Court in and for Osceola oo
County Florida at his office In ByGeorge
the Court House In KIssimmee. L.
1:30 P. M.TMT Florida. on or before the 29th day ReynoldsFor KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
...... of April AD 1963. and to servea
.1.:.: "opy of such answer or defenses
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VARIETY STORE ",,,,, upon Thacker and Thacker. Plaintiff Further Information Call 847-2856 or 847.2266
This successful op.rotlng business has been > 's attorneys: herein. whose ad- Phone 847-3524
duct.d for almost 5 years by the present dress is Box 527. Kissimmee. Flo :

Illness forces sale of business at this time. conE" .. 't i Jit -

The modern store building of C/B/S Is : F.t:
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large corner lot, size 1 OO'a 140'. Building 32'x40', . :'"'

b.lng almost 1300 square feet under roof. Store Is '. sr- ,_. __--4" .
completely equipped with shelves dress and clothing REPORT FROM MOTOR TREND EXPERTS ON THE '63 RAMBLERS:

racks card racks, fewelry show cossa. National V

Cash Register, and the standard fixtures
necessary
to conduct this type of bu.I...... V To reach prop.rty from downtown prove their mettle.
Real I estate I Is being I sold subect| to I Inventory. Orlando,travel Orang.Avenue South ..rellabiitj;

General Electric air conditioning and heat unit . ((527 through Pine Castle to Taft Rural
Small kltch.n fat rear. Post Office. Property is V* block West.

performance in actual testing

V THURSDAY MARCH 28
1:30 P. M.
ADJOINING HOME
The adjoining two bedroom home Is CB construction and consists of I V MCMILLAN FURNITURE BUILDING
room, dining living tU. 17-92 North .! Oriaade3i3O M.itI... (Ces lMnyJ
kltch.n
room and bath. It Is now being used as an income pro

ducing rental unit but Is situated for conversion to launderette, restaurant, etc.as I

business opportunity Is present on this well traveled A
highway. Western . .
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W.ar store should do well hero.There .

are 2.Industrial parks -

being constructed In this oro. -.t #

One Is to the North of Taft the Mi BB1

other to the South.

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P. M. HOLDEN AVENUE HOME 1963 Rambler Classy Crwis Couni/y SUK.W, Wag
The home, located at 1257 Holden Avenue, Is a 2 bedroom 2 bath frame

house situated on large 75xll7.4' landscaped with many shad. trees and
an abundance of plants and shrubs. V RAMBLER 6 VS: 'Csrofthe Year"a
The floor
plan Is .xc.lI.nt with a delightful Florida room living room and
oversized kitchen. There Is a one car cjosed arag.. FURNITURE BUILDING
This MOMUBff EAU CHI: ON 01 S. I
property Is surrounded by citrus trees and Is off the street far enough MOTOR TREND Magazine's auto experts never handle the
to escape traffic noise. Is situated lust across the street from Orange Blossom ISO HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
"Car of the Year"with kid
gloves.
.. Shopping C.n.... The Martin plant Is |lust a short distance to the South.. Large Building plus Additional Lot
FRIDAY- 1:30 P.M.- MARCH 29 I They slammed Ramblers over back-country roads and

DfRECnONSt. To reach property travel South on Orange Blossom Trail [Highway 131' CBS Building with Plate Glass Front I I : I reported "rough roads can be stormed with confidence."
f U.S. 441] to Holden Avenue, turn East V4 block f '
to sign and property. :. If They studied Rambler' Advanced Unit Construction

found it "80 strong it'll take punishment Io pr."

Finally, they summed'< up Rambler '68 by saying: "It's

I RJmHr"s2rI prMnncedUaitCoastruttioaIM.abeadbra an even better value than before."
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M.w Ompiil fcy hraftw Pucnat Ca. I through ia car bufldjnj. Massive urasde replaces auny small parts. American Motors-Dedicated to Excellence .
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ridpam orai ret BUILDING IS 122'xSSO DEEP

1"UL OAT Of 1X56O Con Pass this Property

r VetalfBId? ORLANDO FU* GArdc" "' Daily. J. & R. MOTORS INC.

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IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN RE FORFEITURE: THE Attorney for AncillaryAdminlstratrix final dlsctwrae.. &110 that site will
Kitchenette; rooms and trailer CIRCUIT : apply to the RontraM O. P. Johnson -
NINTH JUDICIAL ; FOLLOWING D $SRIB ED PROPERTY CTA
Of Osceola
County Jndft
apartments with lake and shuf- OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLORIDA. Box 492
NOTICE IN AND FOR
REALTORAMACLEAN .
Florida the 5th of
LAW No. 2666 $ Kf! lmmoe. Florida County. on day
fleboard. By week, month or 19S2 I'OPtD ttD AN. MOTOR April 1981 for approval of same
STATE OF FLORIDA No. B-2.sPl 1. March 7. 14 21. 28. 1963.
and for final discharge a* executrix -
Motel St Cloud .
,
Capitol
year. n. THE STATE., F..n..olUDA TOCOLEMAN of the estate of William ALong
NOTICE-I will not be responsible Hwy 441.SERVICES. 956 CHEVROLET SEDAN. COX JR. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S deceased
other'than those MOTOR No VB56B15423 LENOX STREETROUTE COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. This 4th day of March. 1963
for bills
IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE 7, BOX 483ORLANDO. FLORIDA.IN a/ EVA MARK YOUNG
occured by myself. FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- TLORIDA "- RERUTH : ESTATE OF Executrix M the Estateof
ERTY: AND TO AUfiMRSONS. FIRMS WCLBAUM Deceased '
James A. Jones. William A. Long.
OFFEREDFree 4-DOOR SEDAN
1956 CHEVROLET AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. NOTICE TO CREDITOR decsoaed. I
PRETTY MOTOR No. VB56B154423THE HAVING OR CLAIMING IN
AN TO ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES W. Jr.
Murray
STATE OF FLORIDA TO' TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE IST AND ALL PERSONS Ettet
2 BEDROOM HOME. sc HAVING Attorney for
LEE
NATHANIEL ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY: CLAIMS OR DE-
P. O Box 4 2Kissimmee
ARTICLESFOR Loan of our efficient Car- Ft Pierce. Florida YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE Florid*

pet Shampooers with purchaseof furnished +wense AND TO ALL PERSONS.OWNING.FIRMS hereby notified that the above described You and each of you are hereby March 7. 14. 21. 28. MM
Completely AND CORPORATIONS property has been seUed. notified and required to present
SALE Blue Lustre Shampoo. Parks y HAVING OR CLAIMING AN INTEREST under and by virtu* of Chapter 562. any claims which you. 'or either ofrRu
Furniture Company. FOR SALE 11,000 IN OR LIEN ON THE Florida StatOteft M amended, and > may have against the estate NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTYYOU : is now in .U e possession of the Welbaum.. deceased, late of !. the Cart ef the C.aaty Jidge.
AND EACH OF YOU. are Board of Counlfs.Comcntsiloners of Ocpoa! County. Florida. to the 0..1. ODKtr.. FUrfda
MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED notified that the above described IN RE THE ESTATE OR )
BARGAIN BARN hereby this County and you and each of County Judge of said county at his J
seized
C.ra bc Ic; Zlpptrs S.; TU WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo property has ot been Chapter 562., you, are hereby further notified office In the Courthouse at KIssim- WALLACE ALTON CLIFFORD Deceased
Rra h*.- 7e;" Ear Bob Se 8k. c under and by virtue and that a petition under said Chapter mee. Florida within six calendar iTo
; grain- amended.
all Creditors. Distributees -
as Legatees
experience necessary Florida Statutes has been IU4 In the Circuit Courtof
87e 8ck lte Pillw Tte months from the date of the first
Shirt; *l; Pasta; fit Drum; mar school education usually Lot 75 x 100 Landscaped, pretty Is now of In County the possession Commissioners of the the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and publication of this Notice Each Claims or. and Demands all Persons against having said
Board Osceola
for County. Florida seek-
$1.60 S5e JH claim or demand must be in writing
Rags
; ; Nylu. ; of
iaflkdent
home and each
Train now at and Estate.
this County you ing the forfeiture'of the said
property
Hackles ftc Pantiec 1M Betts neighborhood school and must state the place of
: | . near city jou, are hereby further notified and yoa *H>Jtm67 directedand You and each ot you are hereby
15c; Cap 15e: Spreads &.501 for job* with Security. For de- under said Chapter, residence of the claimant and must notified and required' to prevent any
that a petition required to tut claim. If
Hair Net. 4c; T-6klrU -.e; tails send address water and the Circuit Court > your ho sworn to by the claimant. his claims' which either of .
Nearly Everybody Trades at TkBarKalB name sewers ... fully tiled bath has been filed In and any you have And show cause on agent or attorney or the same will you. or you
the Ninth Judicial Circuit In nth may have against the estate of
of
of 1963.II .
before the
National Training or day April.
to
phone no. : become
Barm. Come t* filbert seeking void according to law.
-
Florida '
ALLACK ALTON CLIFFORD rti
Mill. Warehsn- DaTaprt.Immediately. and kitchen... large Cedar closets... for Osceola County. not personally served with process This the 4th day of March. 196.1 -
Service, Box 931. Kissim- the forfeiture of the said proP- herein and within twenty days ceased late of Osceola County
Follow th CARL W. REIDEL
slgas s/
hereby directed Florida. to the County Judge of
erty, and you are from personal service If personally
BARGAIN BARN race, Fla GE Range, Refrigerator, Washer ... and required to file your claim. If served with process herein why Executor of the Estate of said County at his office In the
Open Week Day. Am* "qo Ruth Welbaum. deceased
have. and show cause. on Court House at Kissimmee Florida
any you the said property should not be forfeited
TV. of April. 1963. Murray W Ovemreet. Jr. within six calendar months
.. Power Mower.FLORIDA or before the 5th day slid chapter.
11 not personally served with process Should pursuaat.t.lO flit claim as Attorney for Executor- from the date of the first publication :
RECLAIMED PIANOS WANTED herein, and within twenty days herein directed J&tfiment will be P. O. Box 492 of this Notice Each claim, or
from personal service If personally 1ft Kissimmee. Florida demand must be In writing and
Due to unfortunate entered against you Cue course
drpum March 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963.
served with process herein why Persons not personally served with must state the place I of residenceof
stances have 2 pianos, one Walnut the said property should not be for- a of the the claimant and must be sworn
REALTYCOUNSELORS process may
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT.
and one Mahogany. Famous WANTEDTO feited pursuant to said chapter. petition for obtain coed herein OSCEOLA COUNTY tby the claimant, his agent orattornt'Y.
Should you fall to file claim as from the undersigned Clerk of or the same will become
makes. Will arrange sal< LEASE ACREAGE FOR herein directed. Judgment will be Court .-, FLORIDA.IN sold according to law.
entered against you In due course.Persons aty1i hi the seal RE: ESTATE OF This 7th day o( 1963
to reliable family in this area HUNTING RIGHTS. INC. personally served with WITNESS and \\ILLIAM A. LONG. Deceased /she Jest Wilder Mark
not
KIs-
at
Guaranteed. Like new condition HOLIDAY REALTY process may obtain a copy of the of simmee.the above Osceola e'Q\U't tY. Florida NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION OK INTENTION FOR TO Executrix of the Estate: of

Call or write Credit Manager 920 W. COLONIAL DRIVE petition for forfeiture filed herein of this nth day of 1963. FINAL DISCHARGETO WALLACE ALTON CLIFFORD.

Streep's. 641 N. Orange, ORLANDO. PHONE OA-3-4462 2 Broadway Kissimmee Court.from the undersigned Clerk (CT. CT.GLENN SEAL) RAY ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- THACKER deceased.AND THACKERBox

Orlando 424.2401. 847-3156 847-3157 WITNESS my hand and the seal Clerk Circuit Court CERN NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN :527 Klsstmmee nLAttome's
styled Court at Kis for Executrix
of the above Osceola County Florida
filed
has
simmee. Osceola County. Florida March 14, 21. 2&,.1963. That Eva Marie Young March 14. 21. 28. April 4. 1963
FOR SALE-1963 Lark by Studebaker WANTED: Refined middleaged this 11th day of March 1963. her final report as executrix of the
Estate of William l A Long deceased -
$1799. Delivered in Or woman to, share home with elderly Receipts from District Members *f Beard (CT CT. SEAL) NOTICK rO: XRND ; .that she has filed petition for SHOP IN KISSIMMEE

lando. Payments as low as woman rent free. Will Taxes _._. ...__'.._____. $ 92000.00 Robert R. Horner, S/ Clerk GLENN Circuit RAY Court IN THE CJRCCfr-COURT OF THE

$39.95. Call Bert McGallard for consider man and wife. For in- Total Unappropriated Increase In Surplus Budget$ 566.000.00 474000.00 Bruce ViceChairmanJ. ViningS. Osceola County. Florida AND NINTH FOR JUDICIAL COUNTY OF CIRCUIT OSCEOLA IN SAUS SUvaCI
March 21, 28, 1963.
i 14.
a good new or used car. Collie terview call afternoons after 2 The above Increase In anticipated W. KollerW. STATE OF FLORIDA IN CHANCERY Radio ana
lecelpts is Intended to be appropriated R. Scott LEONARD WILLIAMS. ELECTRiCAL
Auto sales 888 North Orange Place vacant April 15th. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT APPLIANCES
p.m. as follows: March 14. 21, 28 1963 Plaintiff' vs. ALMA WILLIAMS.
Ave. Garden 5-8606. 7 East Vine Street. 847-4022. For the Acquisition of OSCEOLA.COUNTY. .Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND. COMPtm HOW FUtKSMMCS
Lands and Other Purposes FLORIDA.NO. The State fit Florida to ALMA I T V
IN THE COURT OF THE notified
hereby
Yore
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene EASTER TIME'S the time for Capital Outlay .........._ $ 566.000.00 COUNTY JUDGE. OSCEOLA IN RE: ESTATE OF \\1LLIAMS that a suit In equity for divorce ARKS FU TUREaCO.
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John' Eggs-and good earnings too, The Governing Board further intends COUNTY. FLORIDA GENEVIEVE M. STEVENS. has been brought against I you Knh
to amend the allocation of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Deceased. LEONARD WILLIAMS In the
by
Air Conditioning and Heitingj
as an Avon Representative.For NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
budgeted funds by Interfund transfer MAKE APPLICATION FOR Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial -
Headquarters. Immediate placementwrite to further Increase the amount FINAl. DISCHARGEIN MAKE APPLICATION FOR Circuit in and for County ofOsceola
available for Land Acquisition and RE: THE ESTATE OF FINAL DISCHARGETO State of Florida and you
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PKIX- Avon Manager P. O. Other Purposes-Capital Outlay. I WILLIAM H. JACKSONIN ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- ore hereby ..traSdbtd. ordered and MORRIS CLEANERS
Box 2005 Fort Pierce Florida. That on the 5th day of April. PROBATE CERN: required to rm'"y<*ir written answer -
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS A.D.. 1963. at nine o'clock a.m. in i, TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN or defense .to. the Complaint
OSCEOLA OIL CO. Hid the principal office of said Central CERN: that Della Engle has filed her filed herein againXl you In the
Florida Flood Control NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN final report as Executrix of the .* In the office
and Southern above ntltled\ ca e. Spring Cleaning b a freeze with our Saniton. Servicesfor
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. REAL ESTATE District. 901 Evernia Street. that I have filed my final reportas Estate of Genevieve M. Stevens, of the the Circuit Court
West Palm Beach Florida hearing$ Executrix of the Estate of deceased: that she has filed petition In and CeekCee County. Florida. Drapts, Slip Covers, Blankets, Feather Pillows..
SPINET PIANO SPECIAL 25J >. will be afforded to all owners per- WILLIAM H. JACKSON deceased; for final discharge and that at his office In the Court House In
sons or entities who are or may be that I have filed petition for final she will apply to the Honorable Kissimmee. Florida. on or beforethe !
new spinet pianos used only subject to said District's taxes their discharge, and that I will apply to O P. Johnson. County Judge ofOsceola 8th day rilsuch D. 1963. .
once at Florida Piano Festival. FOR SALENew attorney or agents to appear before the Honorable O P. Johnson. County, Florida on the and to serve t said Board and show their objections County Judge of Osceola County. l These pianos to be sold at almost 2 Bedroom CB Home to said amendments. Florida on the 13th day of May of same and for final dls Thacker. Plains "lUornevs: '
factory cost No doW BoOt-iii Kitchen This notice shall be published In 1963 for approval of same and for charge as executrix of the estate in. whose addrett'1 B6x 527 Kis 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
the eighteen counties of the District final discharge as Executrix of the if Genevieve M. Stevens deseased simmee. Fltiflda. on or before Said
payment, up to four years to 118,300 : Estate of WILLIAM H. JACKSON This 18th day of March. 1963. date as required by law If you

pay. Inquire Thompson Music Small Down Payment This the 8th day of March. 1963. deceased ./ DELLA ENGLE fall to 'do so. a Decree Pro Con-
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN This 15th day of March. A.D., Della Engle. Executrix of frsso will be entered against you
Company, 29 Colonial Plaza Ph.7-48'76 FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL' 1963. the Estate of Genevieve M. for the relief 3..demanded In the

JAall... pjlandOi. Phone: GA DISTRICT BY ITS GOVERN- /sl Jess Wilder Thacker Stevens. deceased. Complaint .
"
ING BOARDBy Executrix of the Estate of Murray W. Overstreet. Jr WlTNBSi' my'liantf M Clerk of
45T7. FOR SALE-70'x135' lot on New /5/ Riley S. Miles WILLIAM H. JACKSON. Attorney for Executrix said Circuit Court,of Osceola Coun- ROTHROCKSEPTIC
Chairman Deceased. P. O Box 492 tv Florida and UM seal of said
York and CentralAventre..Niceshade (SEAL) THACKER SAND THACKER Kissimmee, Florida Court at KlSllmmee Osceola Coun-
trees. Ideal for home or ATTESTs : Box: : 527 Kissimmee. Fla. Marcn 21. 28. April .. 11 1$63. tv. Florda,4OR. the :SUi day ->!

FOR RENTFOR / / G. E. Dall. Jr. Attorneys for Executrix March. A,D.. 1963
duplex. Close to Post Office. Secretary March 21 23. April 4, 11. 1963 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT /sGLENN RAY

Call 8472480.BE OSCEOLA COUNTY.. f CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT TANK CO
FLORIDA. COURT, OSCEOLA
RENT New two bedroom : IN RE: ESTATE OF T. W. KENT. 1' COUNTY. FLORIDA
SURE TO READ my displayad also known as THOMAS W. KENT 'I CIRCUIT COUTlt,SEAL)
house unfurnished. Full two' LAWN MOWER SHOPSAVE (
in the Gazette why I am deceased.. Thacker and Thacker.
car $75 month. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Plaintiff Culvert Tile for Driveways
garage. per Attorneys for
selling out all lots $10 down, $8 ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES.

Phone 8474733. month and leaving Kissimmee. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- KUslmmee.March t, 14.Florida 21. 28. 1963 Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -

FOR RENT-2 BR Trailer. One Eddie demons. Tropical Park. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
You and each of you are hereby COURT. OSCEOLA: COUNTY.
bedroom trailer. 2 bedroom two notified and required to present .
FOR SALE: Eleven lots We All FLORIDA
house furnished. No Pets. Lots Repair Makes any claims which you or either of A'rE OF
houses orange grove. Income >'ou. may ha\e against the WILLIAMt E. MAXSON. also
for trailers Rainbow Mobile 1150 month: Idora Park. Choice lawn Mowers and Air of T W Kent also known tats known as'W. E. MAXSON. 15 Years ExperienceK.

Homes and Trailer Park. Mich- Thomas W Kent. deceased late of deceased ,
property. 'a real buy. $8,000dO' Cooled Engines Osceola County. Florida within six NOTICE OF INTENTION TO C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
igan Avenue % mile off Vine .l1-Leaving Kissimmee Ed- calendar months from the date of MAKR APPLICATION FOR

Street past Bowling Alley. the first publication of this notice FLNAT. 'DISCHARGETO
die Clemons Tropical Park. $10001YouroldlawnmowerUworthJlOmore!
Each claim or demand must be In ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -
8472380. writing: and must state the placeof *
WANT
TO RENT. Downstairs. 2- : .
residence of the claimant and NOTICE ft HEREBY GIVEN
bedroom house, apt, or duplex. must be sworn to by the claimant That France M.'Robinson has filed Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

By April 15 or May 1. Must be I FOR SALE will his agent become or void attorney according or the to same lAW. her final rtport as ancillary ad-
mlnlstratrlx CTA of the Estate o.
close in. Telephone 8474029. 2 hodrNm hem In IDOlA PAtK than it was yesterday you act fast. This the 18th day of March. 1963. William E.'M 5un. also known as

.fwit redecorated, 1OSOO. If In- ROBERT E. KENT U. E. MaxOQjfceased. that she PHONE 847-3524
Authorized Serviceon Robert E. Kent Executor :
FOR RENT-Furnished has Petition for Final Div
filed
apartment t.r. td suitable terms can b. Act now and an extra $10.00 of the Estate of T. W. to

Gas heat and water furnished ."...g.... s.. Broker or't.l.phone .- on trade-in of of any old mower regardless Kent also known as the charge Honorable and that O. P.she Johnson.will apply County I

Elderly people preferred ALMA HETHEUNGTON, DAYTONA age or condition. Thomas W. Kent. deceased. Judge et.Osceo!* County Florida
Offer good on purchase of either Murray W. Overstreet, Jr. Sth
and Stratton on the day of April 1963.
No stairs. Good location th Briggs
HACK 2S5-4149 or 232-3201. Toro Whirlwind 1 21*Pow-R-Drive Attorney for Executor for approval of same and for final
$60. 617%'Patrick Street. Rotary or the. Toro Sportlawn 21 Clinton P. O Box 492 discha e- .as Ancillary admlnUtra-! STEEL SALESANY
Reel Mower.Dont
Kissimmee. Florida William
trlx CTA of UM .estate of
FOR RENT: 6-room house. 8 LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE go through' another summer March :2L 28. April 4. 11. 1963. E. MaxsoA. :aiiA .known as W. E.
of expense and aggravationwith Lauson Power Maxson deCfMed.This . DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
Brack St.. $60 month. Call Orlando AMEND BUDGET OK INTENTION FOR FISCAL TO that old lawn mower. TN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 26th day.ol February A.D.

855.2987. W. B. Home YEAR: 1961-43 Clip the coupon and bring in ProductsTecumseh NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN 1963. q
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERNAND with your old mower. -. AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. : FRANCES M ROBINSON: Competitively Priced
TO ALL OWNERS. PERSONS and FLORIDA itI'ANo.. 2665. i Ancillary William CTAE. I
FOR RENT: Apartments and ENTITIES SUBJECT TO CEN- STATE OF i. of the Estate of

houses by week or month.:Cotton's OR THAILAND' SOUTHERN FLORIDA The Toro Whirlwind Self-Propelled Lawn Boy vs MiKaft,. also known as W. TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
1952 FORD SEDAN. E. Max-.o. deceased.
Apartments, North Orange . I:iFLeOD TAXES. CONTROL DISTRICT i iI 21. The standard. MOTOR No. B-2-SP102157. Murray W..Otrstl'elt' .YrI HOW TtAIUmS AND UTILITY TRAILERS
of excellence
Blossom Trail. : in EnginesCOUPON I .. .
,
.PY. NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN that rotary mowers. - \ >
the Governing: Board of Central and Cost without BUILT AND REPAIRED

APARTMENTS FOR RENT: $9, Southern Florida Flood Control trade-in or special -
District. a public corporation existing $10.00 allow. a._ r.w W..... $M -AI Wert a.w..r.
$11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul and operating under and by ance. 14995.

Davis, 114 Emmett Street. virtue of the laws of the State of I USED CAR SPECIALS !
Florida Intends to amend Its budgetfor OIL OiMM Hwy. ....,livestock *Urfcv.fcf. .

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the fiscal year beginning July : 1, Ms aSS>A e IU...........
BUY FROM THECAZE1'TE 1. 1962. and ending June 30. 1963. ,
as follows:
ADVERTISERS Increase in Anticipated, t


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