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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: May 2, 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: VID00277
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
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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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L. "' 3 ii::; jiIERALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEEJ, AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 68 YEARS

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IV.OL.-- bl-- fi-'f! ;; Entered ,as Osceola Second County Class .MatterKUslmmee Florida KISSIMMEE.,.FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY 2, 1963 Established Phone &47-2881 1894_ PRICE TEN CENTS
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Horticultural the '_ Eck. .

Flower Show Included: yr '3 Registration Set i r j 4
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BOMS: Mrs. Ralph Porter, #
fti blue, yellow and white. Mrs - ,

Miles Sharp, 5 blue, 2 red. Mrs. ; All children who will be six Verona Street 1200 through 1500 ; ':ta' .;..

Fred Althouse 4 red 3 white. years old before January 1, 1964 Brian Street 1100 through 1500. .

Mrs. Corwin Bennett, blue red should register for the 1963-64 Patrick Street 1300 through 1500,

yellow. Mrs. Sam Lupfer, m, 2 school year on Monday and Hughey Street 1300 through 1500 ""- ;
ANtS CLUB LITTLE LEAGUERS-Members of the blue> yellow. Buster Kenton, 2 Tuesday, May 13 and 14. Hours Portage Street 1300 through 1500 f,4

Kiwanis Club Little League team are pictured above. red. Mrs. Carl Kenton, blue. for registration will be from 8 Brown Street 1400 through 1500 -...

They are, front row from left to right, Lindell Haxton, Mrs. Dick Luce, red. Mrs. I. M. to 4 each day. Pennifield Avenue 1400 through .

batboy, Bill Huahy, Kim Smith, Terry Baher, Kent Bass, Me Glrmery, blue. Mrs. Ruth All children living in the flowing 1500 Ernest Street 1100 through ;, / '

Gene Cash and Jimmy Fletcher. Second row, from left to, teffe, blue. areas will register at the 1500 Henry Street 1200 through I ;

right, Ricky Haxton, Kelly Clifton, Mike Cool Ken Day Lilies: ,Mrs. June Gunn iighlands Elementary School: 1500 Sunny Street 1100 through ;; .. _ .. : North! of Vine Street; in Orange 1500 Martin Avenue 1100 through : -i
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16 fr
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blue red. Mrs. Wm. 'Sippel, [t"7+ :; -
Hughey, Bobby Johnston, Chet Bronson, Bobby Ellis blue. Gardens; West of Emory Street 1500 and day Street (old Tampa ,, .' ::".' ,'
Mrs. Henry Simmons, 3 Patricia Humphrey Tilley : > }f.
: .
and Eugene'O'Berry. Managers are Bob OBerry and.Bob and the City Ditch from Vine Highway) 1100 through 1400. ,, ;'". 4 'I. ...
blue. Mrs. Sarah Clark 11 blue. received a BS (education) .. ?..
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Street South to the Old Tampa All other children will
Haxton. (Photo by Hamrick) registerat
Mrs. Arthur Higbie, blue. Mrs.
the Florida State DAILY DOUBLES-Dr. Cast of the Kissimmee
Miles Sharp. 2 blue. Mrs. Joe degree at Highway which will include the the Mary Bryan Building of George
University April 20th. Her following streets: Lavon, Palm the Kissimmee Elementary Hospital is shown admiring two sets of twins which he
Johston, 4 blue, yellow. Mrs. ,
Don Brown blue. husband, Charles Tilley Forrest, Lime, Citrus, Lemon, School. This will include children delivered at the Kissimmee Hospital Monday within 15

Annuals, Mrs. Corwin Bennett, who is serving with the U.S. Summit, Crestvfew; Avon 5th who ride bus number 1 from minutes. The babies are, left to right, David Randy 5lb.
I Street Thacker Oak
Avenue, Creek
Den-John
blue. Mrs. I. M. McGlamery, Army in Brienne, France, I Street 1600 Hill Boggy Road. .. 11 oz. and Dona RayS lbs. 1 oz., born to Mr. and
through 1800 Mills Slough and Bus number 2
yellow. Mrs. Fred Althouse 2 I' is spending a month's' leave Street 1600 through 1800 Emmett from Lake Wilson, Vineland Road, Mrs. Randy Rirenbark and Louis Lance, 3 lbs., and Harvey

blue. Arlene Waver, yellow. Mrs. ,..here with her. Street 1100 through 1500 Mab- Shingle Creek, Lake Cecile and Scott, 3 Ibs. 6 oss., born to Mr. and Mrs Jerry New-

Ralph Porter 2 blue 4 red, 1' bette Street 1200 through 1500. .Royal Gardens. strom of Orlando. This event, which i. very rare, kept Dr.
white. Mrs. Joe Butler blue. 415 Head -
1 Cant and the staff for few short
hospital hopping a min
Mrs. Ruth Steffe, blue. Wm. A.
Mueller blue red yellow. Survey Team Says I utes. (Photo by Hamrick)

Perennials and Biennials: Mrs. Sold AtMarket

L Corwin 'Bennett. red. Mrs. Robert Symphonette To .1

Carter, blue. Mrs. Fred Al Sehoolls.Needed I
thouse 7 blue yellow. Mrs. '

Edith McGrew blue. Mrs. Joe At the Kissimmee Livestock A state survey team has es including a $495,000 issue I Close Season SundayThe AI
Jonhston, red, yellow white. Market Wednesday 415 cattle recommended that one new I of State Board of Education I

Mrs. Ralph Porter red. yellow. and calves were sold comparedto school be built In Osecola bonds. { Kissimmee Symphonettewill has made it possible. They plan ito '
Mrs. Ed Donegan 2 red. Mrs. I County that construction con- The program covers the !I
410 a week ago. present the final concert of continue in. rehearse""! during f.) )
Clyde Nelson blue. 'Mrs. W. C. A broad demand for an classes tinue on the New Osceola next five years. the season Sunday afternoon at the summer months in preparation .

Seckman, white.- Mrs. Robert 1 of cattle coupled with aggres- High School, that certain making The survey team, while not the Osceola High School auditor- for the season to open in
specific
ROTARY LITTLE LEAGUERS mben of the Rotary Ford yellow. sive bidding resulted in steadyto buildings be abandoned and mendations any recom- the fall.
to the best
Club Little League team are, front row, left to right, Mike Shrubs: Mrs. Lois Carter blue. strong trend on all classes ex- certain additions to present to finance as the construction way, ium.The group now consists of 33 The patrons are Mr. and Mrs.

Harford, Bill Pietarila, Ricky D'Errico, Charlie Berlin, Mrs. Dick Luce.Carl blue. Kenton cept stacker, calves strong to sites be built mentions that the school members with John Croxtorv Pat Allen Autrey Motor Co..
Mrs. ,
Vines
Walker and John Pietarila. : $1-00 higher compared to last The total cost of the pro- board subject to approval of trumpet; Allen Conner, french Baldwin's Standard, Isabel Bartholomew *
Wayne Irving, Ray batboy, white. Mrs. Henry Simmons red,
Wednesday. Calves comprised gram Is estimated at $2,703- the freeholders, could raise as horn; Jane Ribley, oboe; Sandra Bass Fuel Oil, Ben-
Second row, from left to right, David Knechel, Rusty white. two-thirds of the total with 70 454 with an estimated $1,884- much as llr295,83 through a I Reed, bassoon; Juliane Miles, ton's Jewelry, Kiarimmte Boat-a-

Thacker, Danny Hamrick, Danny Scholl Bruce: Begany, Trees: Mrs. Carl Kenton yel percent returning to pasture. 916 coming from local sours bond issue. I I clarinet; Mark Lurie, clarinet; cade Bob's Tuxedo Ffcad Store.

Glenn Rogers and Eddie Carter. Third row.from left, low. Mrs. Ralph, Porter red.. Good 400-525 lb. yearling _. I John Higman, trumpet; Jean Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bordelon,

Steve Walker, manager Bill Walker and Joe Snook, man- Potted Plants: slaughter heifers $22.50-$23.50. 4-Year-Old Was I Donahue drums, vocalist; Eve- Brahman Inn Bud and John

ager. Reggie Carter was absent when the picture was African Violets. Single bloom: Utility cows $16.50-$18.00. cut- lyn Croxton piano and Irma Mc- Mr. and Mrs. John E. Carroll,

made. '(Photo by Hamrick) Mrs. Lessel Eubank, blue, red ter $14.()( -$16.5O. canner $13.00- Drowned : Lellan, piano being the latest to May and Florence dark Cody'sof
Cooperrider
SaturdayBobby
white. Mrs. D. E. $15.00. :join the.ranks.. Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs. J.

yellow. Cutter and utility bulls 516.00- ., The program, scheduled to begin W. Cowart.
Mrs. Alice Pierce Double bloom: Mrs. D. E. 518.00. Kirk Smith, 4, son of Kissimmee. at 2:30 p.m.. will consist of Also Chamber of Commerce,

Cooperrider, blue. Mrs. Lessell Good calves $24.00-$26.50, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Frank Funeral services were held "The Stars and Stripes Forever"by Elks dub First Federal, Florida

Accident Eubank red yellow white. standard 521.50-524.50, utility Smith 222 Latonia Street, at 2 o'clock Monday from the John Philip Sousa; "The Realty, Freezette Drive-In
VictimAlice Fibrous Begonia: Miss Elan 19002200. Kissimmee. was drowned In Grissom Chapel, with Bishop Runestone Overturn", Paul Yoder GookTs Dept. Store, The E. C.
---- Guice 2 blue. Mrs. Clyde Nel- Standard and few good vealers Lake Conway Saturday after Charles William Early of ; "Some Enchanted Evening" Grissoms Mary Hsiar, Held's
Alida Pierce
21, of I Jean West and Ruthanne red. Mrs. Marie Hayward, Jesus of Lat-
son, 528.00-531.25. noon. Church of Christ Rodgers and Hammerstein 66 Service Hunt Bros., Kissim-
;
Martin
Street Kissimmee was I
fatally injured In an auto-, Pearl West, both Kissimmee. white. Common. 350-500 lb. yearling Besides the parents survivors ter Day Saints officiating I"Fifth Symphony" excerpt from mee Hardware, Kissimmee
Four brothers William West, RhIzomatous: Mrs. Lynn Mr. Casketbearers were Master Music Center Lid* Auto Elec-
,
scooter collision on North Or- feeder-stocker steers. 18.50120.00. Include grandparents, First Movement, Ludwig von
Owosso William
ange Blossom Trail early Sat- ,Michigan Edwin West, Beers, blue red. and Mrs. Robert Warren Robert Early Master (Beethoven; a piano solo by tric, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lupfer
urday. Her husband was seriously US Navy, Norfolk, Virginia; Other-Miss Elon Guice blue. Common 300400 lb. yearling Smith Vle'nna. Georgia and Early, Master Randy Harvey, Maurie Walters selections from, Bill Makinson, Margie's Diner
Lawrence West MichIgan Hicks Master
,Milford Master Phillip ,
injured and Is confinedin Mrs. Fred Burton, blue. Mrs. heifers $18.00$20.00.Connnon favorite operas and operettas; Mary Carter Paint Store.
Johnson
and Norman West, KIss- Mr and Mrs. Jesse Billy .Holloway and Master
a local hospital. immee. Ralph Porter. 2 blue. Mrs. Mat and few medium Taft. Great-grandmother, Mrs. Terry Stills, Interment follow. "Oriental Patrol", F. von Blon; Also Mc rory's. Mr. and Mrs.
Lamb blue.Follare cows $14. -$16.50. Inferior 512.50- Tifton Geor "March of the Meistersingers", W. E. Metttehka, Mr. and Mrs.
Bowen ,
Funeral services were heldat Esther ed in Osceola Memory Gar-
Mrs. Pierce native ofWilllamston. .
was a
Coleus: :Jerry Wise K. C. Moore, Jr., Orange Garden
1450. Patrick Richard Wagner.
2 o'clock Wednesday from gia. One brother dens. Grissom Funeral Home
., reddent'of'Michigan and the Grissom Chapel ..With the- blue !Brownie Wise,. red.Diefenbichla . Good And few iCboice. 250-500 Shane Smith and one sister, i was In charge of arrange- Following the intermission the s .... Sanctuary, Orange ,
been this
had a Rev. Billy Rigsby; minister :' Mrs. Clyde'. Nelson i Th. CalVeS"" $$24.00-526, medium Belinda Jane Smith,, both ments.Salute offerings will be "American Vol Gardens Jphrten J *. *Omi, O.
the 4
for I
community
past the Loch Haven Baptist red. $21. -$2S.00, common J18.5&-' unteers" P. Woodrow; "June is ceofe Coy: Pttfl* *J AsaL, Os
years.A Church, officiating. Casket- Dracaena Mrs. Clyde. Nelson. ; 2150. medium and few good To Bustin' Out All Over", Rodgersand ceola Shopper PftMtaff LumberCo.
Osceola
graduate of High bearers were active, Messrs. blue Jerry Wise red. 200-250( lbs 526.00-52950. 125-200 Space Hammerstein; "Waltz of ., Charles Parsons, Partin
School
Makinson, she was Hardware an employee Com- I Howard' Bailey Hobby Bass, Ivy: Mrs. Fred Burton blue. lbs. $29.00-$36.50. one $38.00, the Flowers" from "Nutcracker Jewelers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank

at Dewey Bronson David Jones Mrs. 'Lessel Eubank, yellow. common 522.00S30.00.Commissioners. Suite", Tschalkowsky; a vocal Plye Carl W. fUedel Ritter
pany. Tommy Jones W. Woods. Peperomla: Mrs. Fred Burton Planned for OctoberU. solo by .Jean Donahue who will Plastics, Rotary Club Mr. and

She was a member of the Honorary, Messrs. John Johnston blue. Mrs Ralph Porter,, red. I' sing "You'll Never Walk Alone"by Mrs. Leo Schumaker, Shore's

Loch Haven Baptist Church. Billy Makinson, Buster Mrs. Robert Smith, red. OK Bond Issue S. Senators Spessard Hol- Paul J. Stine Chairman of the Rodgers and Hammerstein; Men's Wear, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Besides the husband survivors Makinson; William D. Marvin Other Plants: Mrs. Lynn Beers land U. I' "The Young Prince and the T Simmons Spencer Tfle, Star
County Commissioners have and George Smathers Orlando Industrial Board Joe
Include her parents. Mr. Tom RIghtmire and Terry red. Mrs. Marie Hayward, blue. and Young Princess" from Sche- ingChevrolet.. Tareai Feed &
have authorized a 5250,000 bond S. Congressmen Syd Herlong H. Wickham Chairman Brevard
and Mrs. Bernard G. West Turner. Interment followed in Mrs. Fred Usher, blue. Miss .erazade Rimsby-Korsakoff; Farm Supply St. Cloud Tourist
Issue for courthouse and Edward Gurncy announce the Na- Commission, Roberta
County
a annex
Grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Osceola Memory Gardens. Louise Thomason, yellow. Mrs. tional Aeronautics & Space Ad- Chairman Indian River II I "Hungarian Comedy', Keler Bela Club, Radio Station WOSL.
Ervin West, all Kissimmee.Two Grissom Funeral Home was in Geo. Sehner red. Mrs. Clyde possible modernization of the Graves and "Scarlet and Grey", C. Paul Veterans of World War I, Geh-
ministration exhibitsfor
Misses Norma present( courthouse.Also sponsoring Commision, Herman T. Dykes, B & B Mower
sisters. charge of arrangements. Nelson blue, yellow. Mrs. Art Herfurth. rett Appliance.
Central Florida's "Salute to Chairman
included in the issue Lake County Commission
Sales & Service Mr. and Mrs
Higbie blue. Mrs. Fred Burton The Symphonette In closingits ,
would be provisions for the creation Space Science Achievements". Don Evans, 01airman'Orange .
Road Bonds blue. red. Mrs. Miles Sharp : This educational Exposition will Commission, Harris first complete season has ex- Elmer Hertzfer. American Legion
Nova of parking area in the vic- County Thacker
blue. pressed its appreciation to the John's Diner and
nity of the buildings. be held in Exposition Park, Orlando G. Daniel Chairman Osceola
Cacti: Mrs. Clyde Nelson, blue. patrons_ for their support which and Thacker.The .
I County Clerk Glenn Ray reported Florida October 22nd County Commission, J. C. Hutch-
Mrs. Lena Hunt, blue. to the county commission through October 29th, 1963. ison, Chairman Seminole Coun-

Have Been SoldA OtherMrs.Mrs.Mrs.Robert Lessel Smith Eu- that rough estimates for the project The Orlando Industries Board ty Commission, H. M. Saxon, Ken Duncan Elected
bank blue. '
,
included: cost of annex with the aid of the Florida De- Chairman Volusia County Com- I
Brownie Wise blue.
,
$3,000,000; revenue certificate struct the Nova Rd., a high- red, yellow.Wise yellow. $178,000; furnishings, 522,000; legation and the cooperation of mission and Richard C. Ober-

issue to finance the Nova way extending from Hwy. 441 Jerry Ferns: Miss Elon Guice, 2 larking lots $20,000; modernIzation National Aeronautics & Space dahn Manager of the Orlando I[ Guild PresidentThe
Rd. and the purchase of other just east pf Ashton to Hwy. of present building $30,000. Administration has secured the Indutsrial Board who has been
Selmer blue.
highway right of way was sold 419 where it connects and blue. Mrs. Geo. outstanding exhibits which will designated as the Exposition Di-i;
yesterday afternoon Tallahassee turns northward into Orange Mrs. J. B. Farmer blue red. Merit PayBooStbAwarded inform all Floridians attendingthe rector 'i Footlight Theatre Guild at meiobtn also vota4 their

at what county com- County. There -it ties in with Bulbs: Duncan McFarland To Nine Exposition of the progress This "Salute to Space ScIenceAchievements" its annual meeting Monday night selection of the three plays to
blue. Rev. John Briley red. became a truly County-wide or- be produced' next scaBoo. Twentynine
missioners consider a low Interest Hwy. 520 to Cocoa. NASA has made in space development will be inaugurated
rate. The funds will also, it is Orchids: Mrs. Wm. Nahm, About 20 teachers here appliedfor These exhubts are with a kickoff dinner to ganization with the election of poasibOtdcs were suggestedto

Buyer of the Florida Development hoped provide money for the blue red. Mrs. Mat Lamb, 2 merit pay boosts but only educational and designed to in- ,be held in the Egyptian Roomof officers for the coming year. the play reading committee
nine, including a principal will Kenneth Duncan of the Cloud beaded Barry Meant The
SL by
Commission- Osce- purchase of right of way for red.Collections terest all age groups.R. the Cherry Plaza Hotel on
ola County bonds was Florida '' the Improvement of Hwy. 441 : Mrs. Clyde Nelson receive the extra 5400. The county C Oberdahn of the Orlando Monday night October 21 1963 I||i area was elected president. Elizabeth committee reduced these to I

National Bank group. The 'I from Kissimmee to St. Cloud. blue. Mrs. Mal Lamb blue. was eligible to have 55 teach- Industrial Board has been com- at which time, congressional I;I Davis of Intercession: twelve reconunendattam to the ."

average interest was 2.89 pet W. Vine St, and Emmett St.: ers on the merit pay plan. mended for his dedication and business permitting. Senators, )I I City was designated vice-presi- : planning board. The board in
Next lowest bidder was B. J. in Kissimmee. These figures were released by cooperation in aiding in securingthis Holland and Smathers, and Con I dent. Ed Phay of Kissimmee !II turn eliminated six and from
Van Ingen at 3.164 pet In all At a commission meeting Bob Evans ElectedTo School Supt. William Stephens, Exposition for the 7 central gressmen Herlong and Gurneywill I was chosen as treasurer Van I II these the Guild members selected -
there were bidders.To here commissionersalso who gave out the list. I Held of for production "You Can't
seven yesterday, Head Lions dub Florida Counties. In addition to be presentEfforts Orange Gardens was
be used in the repaymentof I employed H. J. Mangumto I Those receiving the merit pay NASA and the Orlando Industrial are now being madeto 'mad e corresponding secretary Take It With You' "Blithe
the borrowing is part of the serve as assistant road superintendent raises 'are: ''and Jerry Phay recording secre-: Spirit' and 'Death Takes a Holi
Bob Evans of Evans Hardwarewas I John B. Jamison, Mrs. Lillian Board, the 7 central Florida obtain an outstanding NASA "
gasoline tax the It will be his taskto
county re elected president of the M. Fryberger, Charles H. Kimberly Counties of Brevard, Indian official to be the principal,; tary. day.
ceives from the state. set a records system so -
up
Kissimmee ,Lions Club at the I of River, Lake. Orange Osceola ;
The Bonds were dated Dec. that commissioners can determine and Edward E. Taylor, speaker.
1 1962 and in annual election of the club. Kissimmee; Mrs. Rose Eileen Seminole and Volusia are cosponsoring Manufacturers having prime,,
were $1,000 denomination -- costs of operation as
Funds from the well as road maintenance and Jim Kfllip was reelected Sec MacDonald: Mrs. Ida Fay Ogles- this worthwhile Ex- contracts and their subcontractors
securities will be used to con- construction costs. retary for his fourth term and by, James E. Parris and Charles position. The following have been are Invited to exhibit providing
Bob Makinsno was reelected W. Wykte. of St. Cloud. named as the Advisory Committee their contracts deal with

Treasurer. The principal receiving it is for handling this "Salute to "Space Science Achievement"Any

Other officers elected were: William C. Ketchersid, of Kissim Space Science Achievement" Exposition such manufacturers Interested -
First vice president, Clyde mee Highlands School Taylor has' : General Wm. E. Kep- should contact "Space I

Bass; second vice president Bud been named principal of Osceola ner (Ret.) Chairman Mayor Robert Achievements", P. O. Box 71

Mikell; third vice president Junior High S. Carr, Mayor of Orlando, S-S.A. Orlando Florida.Cattlemen .

Louis Feuerstein TaD Twister,! F
Bill WIlson; Lion Tamer, Larry Elect

Taggett; Director! 2 years. Dr
Donald Cooperrider and Art New OfficersKirby

Held. Hancock was reelected {
Don Dulgar and Carroll Star t president of the Osceola CowityCattleman's k.-

Y Ing remain as directors for the Assn. at a barbecue ,
coming year and WeDs Moon meeting Saturday night

will serve as Director for thecoming The association also established '
year as immediate past
county brucellosis committee
president. a NAMED SALESPERSON-Mn. Martha Marshall, Kof--
and heard a talk by Cush-
Installation Is scheduled for ,. ,_ "En r4&-% man Radebaugh of Orlando fee Klub chairman for the Kissimmee Chamber of Com

ws the latter part of June with. the s ,t L president of the American National merce presents the Salesperson of the Month trophy to

new officers assuming. office : Cattlemen's Assn. T. K. Gallowayr sales manager for Autrey Motors of Kis

the first Monday In July . Also elected as officers of the simmee. As winner for the month of April, Galloway was

MEETS WITH GROUP-Arthur R. Scull, right, of 306 .y association were C. H. Rohde I honored for hu service and salesmanship of his eenmut-

Maple ;Avenue, a representative of New York life IDl1U'aace vice president J. C. ;Chapman Jim Smith, treasurer secretary i I ity. Presentation was made Wednesday morning (April 24))

TJ5MPEBA'l'UBBJBL& !s daring the Chamber regular Koffee Klftb meeting at the
Company's general office in Orlando is shown with ; Clifford Ferttc, Dave Hawkins ;

Dudley Dowell company president, in New York Citywhere Toes. 4-3 __'-- ----- 95 550 Doc Partin Jennmg Over- Tropical Hotel wtih nearly 40 members and guests in at

Mr. Scalli is meeting this week.Apri122-26)( a* a Wed.. 444 ._----- 90 56 0 street Gene Roger and A. E. tendance. Host for the April meeting was the Pint Na-

member of the Agents Advisory Council. The 22.man TfeES, 4-25 ---__- 80 50 0 ADULT EDUCATION COURSE ENDS Certificateswere ''Whaley, Frank Kelly Cecil tional Bank of Kissimmee, represented by vice president

council: U elected yearly to represent the company*'field, Fri 4J6 .__n____ 90'0 awarded to fifty attending the adult education court Whaley directors Steve Miller. Miller passed out samples* shiny pennies, to

force. It meet with heave office: executives to exchange information ...St:... ___.-_ 80 ,8Mon. e* held here. Pictured above Roger Duval aad Earl Evansreceive M. M. Overstreet was named each guest and gave some helpful suggestions about making

and devise. improvements in New York Life's SaD. 4-3J .w :--- 80 a6 l 0 their certificate from Kay McGeary, instructor. state director. His alternate is absolutely sore of identification when cashing thcifc.
..---------75900 trio Bronson Jr. .
service to its policy owners and, to.the public. (Photo by Hamrick) especially on out of town ba.nks.KIW .






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( 1 The KiB&immee Gazette. Kls Imasee, Fla. Thursday, May 2, 1963 Russell Thacker Hazel Mansfield

I Lillian Geneva Foster Williams Buster, Roy Graves Kenton,, ,

Ruth Koppel Rose Bobroff Ina
Pbay Roberts Gene Hetherington, DIKE PRODUCTS EATS
Bertha McBride Sandra Simmons i
Ti i Bill Pratber Ray Sessions
thata4itz/ :Jr.. Ruth Padgett Helen Barrette -
I f Thelma Colombo, Arthur
i McConnell; Babe Grissom Kathy
\ i Partin, Jackie McMasters Cynthia -FEATURING PRODUCTS FROM Florida & THE SOUTH SAVE
i./- d4
ByBE'VFYEBY; Moore Ardis Dyer Cbarlene
Taylor] Angie Lee Northrup. Stephanie -
Jewell. Best wishes to
each of you and special wishesto From Thomasville, Ga. . Smoked
Albert and Mary Rogers who
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Longanecker. turning, to Kissimmee. are celebrating their 30th wedding LLLTh
who have spent the winter in Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cummings anniversary today!
and around Kissimmee, residingat left this week for their home atTroy. Mrs. H. H. Ladson left this HAMS
718 '!Thacker left for their Pa.Congenial. week to spend the summer at b
home at Lyndon Illinois April ] John Loomis and his Rockville Maryland
I 24th.Mr. wife Mollie left last weekend fortheir I Mary Rogers Ruby Simmonsand ______
and Mrs. James L. Hutch- home at Hingham, Wis. He Jo Lamb attended the annual ______ SHANK
inson are spending this week in is one of Kissimmee's best, boost- convention of the Garden ____ HALF
New Orleans attending the Metropolitan ers and sends from five to 10 Clubs held this week at Miami.
Life Insurance Company's azettes to friends up in Wisconsin Mr. and Mrs. Riley Miles spent F 4 A
Honor dub convention. Followingthe every week while here. several days last week in New LB. T ?
convention they plan to visit Birthday congratulations this York on a combined business and ti t 5
friends in Biloxi. Miss before re- week are being sent to Bill Boyd. pleasure trip. STO

Edna Seel Kate Knox and Pea Gr. "A" Quick Frozen Roasting
nut Whidden went to Vero Beach QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
Sunday where,Kate and Edna visited PRICES GOOD Thru MAY 4th ,Chickens 39
WORK-SAVING STARCH Mrs. Lewis O'Brien. who has Whole Butt Half pound
.D.TRI NT-I or 450
1.1I. From
been ill. Peanut went on to Ft. WIMM-DIXIB rroM*. :... Douglas, Georgia
Pierce to visit her parents, Mr. ,
GIVES YOUR IRON and Mrs. H. B. Jones. -, . .,' ; ;-':.> '_ ,: \; ,',w,"',' :1 _,C, '=':;:'.l ., : 9.*" j, ,:, ,,",.' ,:.i" FROM PALATKA, FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. Wraymond Smith
I ISpecial left this week to return to their HUDSON TISSUEROLL
: G-L1-D-1-N-G POWER summer home at Leesburg, Ohio. W-D BRAND BEEF SALE !

h.M. Mrs. Earl Clark and Mrs. Ger- ,.. ,, .
_M trude Tewksbury attended the an- J. .- '.t, .V" :J. "'$;: :Y':,. .".''k , -" -"-"- "< - -
tntrtdicni.lndn. tads-sUd J inning"gatsnts nual Conference of the Women's PKQ.
ytO...wnt-M( .kti armnts scwck-rfsistanL sa a xc 4 3 9;
c a last Society week of at Christian Daytona Service Beach held as FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDSteaks Limit 1 pleas;
Starch new life, new brightness official delegates from the First
into i clothes 1 withHOOD Methodist Church. Mrs. Sarah
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The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla., Thursday :May *, 1965 S
ORANGE GARDEN. Ruth[ Harvey Stowe


CASH JOTTINGSby Died Thursday Antique CarOwners

THOMAS
& Ruth Harvey Stowe, 66, of 813
Brickwood Drive Pioecastle -
passed
CARRY ANNE J. REYNOLDS away in an Orlando hospital, MeetMore

'!be- line-up of programs as Mrs. Helen Harrison who has Thursday morning after several

scheduled in the Orange Gardens I I been taking care of her father hours illness than 50 antique and 1 Buick Victoria coupe, owned by
Member
!l4x4.8 ; Civic Assoc. Bulletin for May Mr. A. B. Lendved after his'return ot a pioneer Central classic
prefinist.ed; BUiLDING cars were displayed by 1 Herman Racrae. Tampa: most
SUPPLIES Florida
L 0V shows family, she was born July
many upcoming events. The i I from an outoltown hospital. proud owners at the annual poutar car at the show the 1910
20, 1896. in Osceola
LUAN PLYWOOD first of is the County the
one course regular left last weekend for her home .
spring tour and Steamer
I meet of the I Stanley owned by Morris
of James
daughter Graham Harvey
ROLLED REED L 0V meeting of the O. G. Civic'
m MinneapolIs. Florida
region of the Antique I Frost Riviera Beach;
Assoc. meeting which will be held and Mary Ellen; Barber Har
$4.80 FENCE Automobile Club of America Sat- : Most goofy hood ornament. Bo
She had been resident of
perpc. 6'x2S'P on Thursday May 2 at 7:30 vey. a
p.m. The last
R ICE 5 scheduled meeting of
urday. The affair RambB. Ormond
was staged at Beach
10.25 per roll There will be a Smorgasboard the Children's Story Hour sponsored Orange County for the past 34 Tupperware Home Parties I cbhKii under :furthest car
own power -
Supper prior to the and years.
meeting
the
E SHEETROCK LUMBER. the meeting will be followed by held by last Library Saturday Committeewas morning Retiring only recently from the grounds between here and Or I to show the Lincoln LandeMI -
California .Redwood Civil Service lando. ; the oldest the 1910
I a musical program. This should with Mrs. Grace in she was, for sever car.
Sawyers
3i"x4'x8' Fence Sections At Money Sa.illl Prices. be a very enjoyable event in that charge. al years, in base supply of McCoy The showing was private, and i Stanley Steamer, best VIctorian
#2. Pine I Air Force Base. because of its being unannounced Oxtemeg Mrs. C. Tampa
it carries items that should I Ahft'M.
1.51 sheet appeal The children enjoying the story
I per 3.0x8-0 ___u_.____ 8.00 1x8 Sheathing .07 lin. I to all who attend it. So we i hour were: Christie Cazier, Doreen She was a member of the Unit- the old cars caused comment and R. Hattesen Miami,:
I ed Brethren Church. as they drove down the bfttt flapper'
costumes Mrs Herman
will be looking for you! *
Wood Grain '4-Ox8.0 .-_--_--.- 9.40 1x6 Sheathing .05 lin. 'Sara McCoy Berlin,, Connie Gary McCoy Jo Jackson, Jeff, Survivors include one son highway.The Godwin. Jacksonville and
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5.0x8.0 __ _______ _10.60 1x6 Nov. Siding .06 lin. J A program on "New Products" Caner Bill Pollum. and Charlie Frank J. Jones Miami. Two best over-all car according I Mrs. Warren Chase. Tampa
2r 88 per sheet f H to be presented at the meetingof :Berlin. The children also took library brothers, Fred: B. Harvey, Pine- to the judges was a 1912 tie), and Emerson ClavollWauehula. .

Posts 6' ___ _______ 2.45 1x8 Nov. Siding .08 lin. the Home Demonstration Club i books home with them. castle and Joseph EL Harvey Or Pierce Arrow owned by Jerry .
here on May 7, represents the; lando. One sister Mrs. Lena Rob Foley. of Jacksonville.

PLYWOOD SHEATHING 1x6 T&G VJ .06 lin. ideal set up for these clubs; it: :Mr. H. H. Collins returned ertson Fort Lauderdale. Other awards were as follows:

Screen WireCD 1x2 Treated will be presented by two members -I home last weekend after being a Funeral services were held at: Best restored antique a 1911
.02Vi Ian.Vix4x8
EXTERIOR Mrs. Newton Olson and; local sincere 3 o'clock Sunday from the Gris- Rolls Royce owned -j
patient at a hospital. A -: by M. W. ,..
'3.84 Sheet ALUMINUM 1x2 Spruce Shelving I Mrs. Park Debby who recently: wish for a complete and. som Chapel with the Rev. Leroy Newman of Tampa: best re- ;\

attended a leader-training class!!'i rapid recovery is extended to Mr. Overstreet. of Winter Haven, of tored classic, a 1934 Lincoln bntscall t(
.O5. conducted by Miss Manlynn Die-' Coll.ins. ficiating. Casketbearers were
Sq. Ft. Full Rolls 12c I Lan eau, owned by Rodney
JOHNS -MANSVILLE UN trich. Home demonstration clubs i) Messrs. Stanley Barber Lonnie
all over the nation i Hughey, Dick Lawson, Sam Jacobsen Miami: best restored j I controlled

VINYL ROaR TILE :::_ '-Ej=- EEE: STEP LADDERS i training in leadership among encourage their Lutheran Guild I Lupfer, Edward Maull and Sgt. owned Model A by Ford a Dr., a Hattesen 1931 model of, !' if

members, Aiming for active participation -' Earl Frazier. Interment followedin !
To Meet
Teraflu WOOD ThursdayThe Miami Shores: winner of the -- s
Coolers
in the programs, rather t Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom l' I

9"9'. .09 3 Gal. __ u_ __ /. 6.40 4': - 3.20 I than audience, by all members. Funeral Home was in charge of f special interest class a 1931
Onty ea. I Women's Guild of Grace arrangements.

20 beautiful I colors 3 Gal.I .. ...-. _- 6.90 6 -- moo_ n -- 4.80 I Mr.. and Mrs. Frank A. Durham -i t i Lutheran Church SL Cloud will Sororities NoteFounder's I for thciuk* of
I' your horn
( who have been spending the meet Thursday May 2, 2 p.m.
5 Gal. 9.54 at the chapel. The will Georgia Grigsby Day I
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- GARBAGE CANS i winter months in the home on program CALL

PAINT 10 Gal. .. .14.14 1708 i George St, left Tuesday for be concerning the Institutions Class Held Lunch The Kissimmee Chapters of
Beta 847-3489
20 GALPaint Sigma Phi celebrated the :
|their home in Franklin New supported by the Church. Hos
SOUTHERN COATINGS Hampshire.Mrs. tesses for the afternoon are The regular quarterly lunch- 32nd anniversary of the organiza-,
Brushes Only . $2.39 Mrs. Carl Schneider and Mrs. eon meeting Qthe Georgia tion's founding Wednesday. A ban-

Outside White 3.75" John Thoman has return- Martin Cox. Grigsby Class of the First Unit quet in which the three chapters' F= E 4PVNMV

Per Gal. 3 . u. - .90 I ed to her home on 701 George St The Executive Board will] ed Presbyterian Church was joined for the occasion was held I ,

Vi.Nall for Ext. CEMENT from Ashland, Ky. Mrs. Morris meet briefly before the general held Thursday at the home of at the Elks dub. ,
------L13 James of 712 George St. has also meeting. The group is sponsor- Mrs. Myron Dole. Thirty-two years ago, the first i

Masonry 3.75 4" .1.49 per 59' Ibs. t returned home. She accompaniedMrs. Ing a bake sale, Saturday May The tables were spread under ed chapter of the sorority was form
Thoman to Ashland and also 4, at the Winn-Dixie store, St. the trees and a delicious lunch in Abilene, Kansas. There are!
now 7,000 chapters and 150,000 I
her was served.
on return home. Cloud.
Compare our low.low prices to What you Pay The Wednesday night Adult Those present were Mmes. members in fourteen countries.In +i
addition, to the banquet, traditional -
2905 So. I Mr. and Mrs. James Moeller Bible Class is continuing its Theresia Boynton Luther Cody i
.Orange Blossom Trail 'have moved into the home on study of the "Faith Forward" L. W. Cole M. W. Dole, Ernest ceremonies were ob
served.
1632 Vine The year history of the
St. Grander
. -- '-' -. -. . -- ..- . program. William Grigsby, Mae chapters were reviewed and the S 95oslr
-,I Hawkins Carl Kenton, D. CLove oe
---- new members received their first
Sam Prather Mary Rich- SS darnS
CELEBRATING OUR 12th ANNIVERSARY welcome to membership.Mrs. $ "a.
ardson and Misses Janet Eas
dale and Medora Russell. Mrs. Roxie Caldwell served as R-gge-J, II, metal construction
... Edith chairman of the Founder's Day Ful size keyboard-same sizi
Maxen and Mrs. H. S. banquet. Other members who had ; as Royal cff ce typewriter
,, i Ayres were guests. Famous Royal typing touch
4Z .g ; *-- a part in the program were Mrs. i iNelda Quick.set
Two Garden Club Tarcai, Mrs. Jean Story, i Full 90 day margins warranty
Mrs. Rita Hunt and Mrs. Boots' Smart carrying cast incluisd
i Circles To MeetTwo Cody. 177 r..,e.4.... 0rie0t4eeGAS4SII
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circle meetings of the Approximately seventy one ..,. .. ..
'" 1' Kissimmee Garden Club will be members, husbands and guests at .GEb t iU'lAR't

held May 9. tended. '.-.-- ---- -- -, ---- .- -
The Rose Circle will meet at

Brinson Park at 12 noon for a ..
picnic. : ...I.J.\. ..
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3'r f z> their installation of officers at .
d Mrs. Mac's private dining room

at 12:30. Mrs. Ed Neid is in NEVER! I

charge of the luncheon arrange-

-. j ,.L i r a ments, as well .as being the In- Your gas water heater
stalling officer., is a. 4asUfur investment
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Jurors Named for
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little! Green's FuelGas
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I give you Instant hot
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Serving on the grand jury for I ) want . when you
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this term of circuit court are want it . with
the following: greater economy j
Edward N. Johnston Roy H ., of operation. Replace
your old water heater
Woods, James Albert Bap Char with
a modern auto-
les H. Bronson Robert Kenneth .::. c::= mat j c Green's Fuel
'to?
.2v 1 .vM -Ss Y k iy Newman Tommie H Dukes, Gas water heater!
Leslie Bryant. Lorenz Holcey

./ -- Larkin Cave, Louis P. Mann,
.i Hulen R. Snyder M,, E. Shellen- GREENS FUELILL

berg Hollie I. Stephens. Andrew

Chisholm, Henry W. Bronson,

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_4_U.>_e Kissimmee___ _ Gazette' Kissimmee_ _ '-- FUu, Thursday, May____2_, 1963_..-.1 MARRIED SATURDAY baskets holding white callas and Thrift Club Held TolleetWeLnesday
--- Women
I Dr. H. P. Amos has been discharged :WSCS Officers Whalen-Partin gladioli were placed around the I Church
from the Florida iSani- ToldMr. reception rooms. The bride's Monthly MeetingMrs.

tarium where he has been a patient To Be InstalledThe Engagement book was kept by Mrs. Leon of
Hainlin president
I for three weeks but will be W. Makinson and Miss Danya Lucy
officers of the Woman'sSociety the Thrift Home Demonstration The Kissimmee Council o
confined to his lx>ine for a while: and Mrs. Delbert A. English. The brides table. overlaid
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of Christian Service and club, has appointed a nominating Church Women will meet Ma
the Wesleyan Service Guild of Whalen announce the engagement with an imported linen committee. It includes Mrs. losaViegel 8th at 11 a.m. in the educe
I of their daughter Bev- cloth, was centered with a tier-
the First Methodist Church will Mrs. Peg Brain and Miss tional building of the Firs
erly Kay, to Henry Hyatt Jr., ed wedding cake. Punch was Methodist Church.SOUTH .
Sun- Sidney Lumley.
ceremonies
installed in
be
'I Mr. Mrs. bowl and
son of and Henry served from a silver
with Their report will be presentedat
day night at the church,
H. Partin of St. Cloud. other accessories were also in
Mrs. B. M. Hillyer of Eustis, the next meeting to be held
I The bride-elect Is attendingthe silver. Assisting in various capa- officers TRAIL
28. Installation of
the district president as the In- University of Florida. He Mesdames William May
cities were
will take place at the June picnic
stalling officer. attended Orlando Junior College Prather. Pat dollar. William
i Mrs. Hfllyer will also give theevening's the University Flor- Y .meeting. DRIVE-IN
Sippel Rowena Jewell Arthur
1 The flag salute was led by
address. ida and is now in business
Logsdon, Lawrence Rogers R. Mrs. Hamlin and the devotionsby
Four special membership pins with his father. Elmo Griffin, Eugene Speirs B.
Mrs. Elsie Platt Twenty one ORLANDO, FLORIDA
will also be awarded at this
,G. Grissom Edward Whaley members heard Mrs. Bea Goss

time. I Maurice Jewell, R. R. Sessions, give an interesting talk on instant THURS., FRI., SAT.
Following the service a recep- GreenoughHilemanEngagement Milton Whidden, Charles Bron- coffee bow it is trade and pre- MAY2,3,4"MAN
tion for the membesrs who have son. Malcolm Eldridge Davis pared, they also heard Sgt. Small-
joined the church during the ToldMr. Bateman and the Misses Lynn I wood of Florida Highway Patrol WHO KNEW

past year will be held in the t Prather, Stephanie Jewell, and give a talk on highway safety. TOO MUCH"
bungalow, sponsored by the Patricia Logsdon. Plans were completed for toeclub's Joints St.wart-Doris Day.
WSCS and the official board. and Mrs. Roy S. Green- Late in the evening, the young participation in achieve- 7:50 and 11:35
the engage-
ough announce Gail : couple left on a wedding trip. ment day Wednesday. -P1I6-
of their daughter
ment f The bride wore a smart sum-I Hostesses for the meeting that
AuxiliaryTo
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Legion Hile-
tw.-fit Patricia to Byron Paxon
rd > mer suit of blush pink silk and Iwas held at the livestock pavilionwere I "THE TROUBLE WITH
TOOATl WTHOM SOMtTSMf Mk MKC TOY I and Mrs.
Mr.
of
.' man Jr., son
I'.vow* UflMIS IS MM4.T. MCI Tt Meet Tonight cotton tweed. The long boxy Mrs Pearl Evans Mrs. HARRY"
Lff TMCK H NO OUST, IK_Ct TAI_lT DO. KNIT Byron P. Hileman, Sr. ; .{K.- I
ON S..I..n,.'. M AT U fHCMIM I : .,. jacket was worn over a simple Nina Mae Elliott and Mrs. Cary :
MMtTS. ._.. MOUT SIMtI .aNS The bride-to-be was graduated Shirley Mdoiflt-John Forsytfc
WO SUPSI MlSSIlIt. TMC pNT THIHC The American Auxiliary : Anthony. They served cookies and
Legion white silk blouse and pleated
turn Lout lIS, I.MM 'USINCtS IS TMf riOOUCTrt' from Bel Air High School a '' I 9:55
M- MU.M0MT MIKEU"U.at TtW Jm 'AU & will hold their regular Bel Air Maryland; attended skirt. A large white hat and I'punch._ ___ _
Ml* *C*'OM rot OU tlltTJMCC." DC LIU ::
-1"115 TOY. OPTSM .... monthly meeting Thursday, May University of Maryland and white accessories completed the; r
2, at 8 p.m. following a covered is now attending Orlando Jun- Mrs.Franklin Jones outfit. After the 15th of May I AGRICULTURALFINANCING
dish supper at 7 p.m. ior College. Her fiance was the young couple will be at home!\ t

t All members are.urged to be graduated from Osceola High JonesGrissomVows at 659 Southeast Avenue "A".r"
present as nominations and School and is in his Junior Place Belle Glade. |
election of officers for the com-I year at the University of Flor Out of town guests included! I

W AL T'SFREEZEITE ing year will be held at this ida.The Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moody, Im-'
time and delegates will be wedding win be an Exchanged mokalee grandparents of the
selected to attend the Constitu- event of late summer and the I groom, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew including
tional Conference to be held at couple will reside in Gaines- I Nadeau Fort Pierce Mrs. E.!
I DRIVE-IN Orlando Sunday, May- 5.ATHLETE'S ville. I An event of social interest! Grissom. Jr. and the groom's J. Cross. Belle Glade, Mr. and GROVES
- throughout Florida and North parents are Mr. and Mrs. Wes-' Mrs. James Moody, Immokalee, ,
Carolina, was the wedding of ley S. Jones, of Belle Glade. .
FOOT GERM Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jones Okee-
Highway 17-92 South HOW TO KILL IT. Rummage Sale Miss Margaret Katherine Gris- The bride, who was given in chobee, Mrs. Arthur Dotson, : RANCHES

at the Overpass IN 3 DAYS. The United Presbyterian som and Wesley Franklin Jones, marriage by her father, wore a Brunswick, Georgia, Mrs. Em- ..
t If not pleased with atroD Instant- of Belle Glade formal of enbroidered or-
; I on Saturday gown
Phone Nahunta, Georgia,
.. 847-4812 for Women will hold a rummagesale my Newton.
drying T-4-TX yoar."Be back at
any de soie, which current interestrate
CARRY OUTI! drug tore. Watch Infected skin Saturday in the educational evening, April 27, at seven thirty ganaza over peau Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Platt, South
.A dough 4IfI. Watch healthy skin replace building of the First o'clock, at the St. John's Epis- featured a bateau neckline and I Bay, and others.Rehearsal I
gone. TODAY It. Itch at and All Drag burning store.are United Presbyterian Church. copal Church. The Reverend M.Wendell simple lines. Back interest was rI rI I!

--- --- - Hainlin officiated before given by a bustled fulness that I
an altar holding vases of white terminated in a chapel train. Dinner \: 5lh%

calla lilies combined.with white I'Her' veil of imported French illusion Honors Couple I ,
mums. Palmsformed a back' was held in place by a II ,

ground for the glowing tapers pearl and orange blossom cor Mr. and Mrs. Wesley S. Jones I ,

FEATURES aUALITY PRKI lighted by Ralph Haslar. A program I onet. She carried a prayer book of Belle Glade, were hosts on I simple interest
of nuptial music was given I showered with Sweetheart roses. Friday evening, at seven o'clock I
by Mrs. A. R. Hooten, organist.Mrs. Her only ornament was a stringof at the Tropical Hotel, when they i
Walter Murphy, aunt of the pearls. gift of the groom. entertained members of the wedding ;

GENERAL ELECTRIC bride, sang, "Oh, Perfect Love." Mrs. Edward Murphy was party, following the rehearsal OUR.THIRTIETHYE R
t I The bride is the daughter of matron of honor. She wore an for the wedding of their son,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cleveland I II after-five frock of celestial blue Franklin Jones to Miss Peggy

DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR organaza over taffeta. Her Grissom. serving these counties: i

I matching net veil was held in The private dining room was
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Dial.cDe.fIPs 1J.S CU, FT.StCJltAGE ARCADETHEATRE place by a velvet coronet. Miss bridal festive with ararngementsof '1 S
I Convcnlence I Linda Grissom. cousin of the flowers in pink and white. I Seminole.Osceola ;
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Two EgCJ She II' I: :
es l '::1 Magic Corner' Hinges I dresses were styled similarly to Miss Grissom and her fiance
: I I MATINEES SAT. AND SUN. that of the honor attenAants and Mr. Jones Mr. and Mrs. EdwardC. ,'

111 and velvet Grissom, Jr., Reverend and .-
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Compartment MI Wendell Hainlin Mr.
I headdresses. They carried bou- Mrs. M. ,
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PERFORMANCESat quets of violets and pink Sweet- and Mrs. Walter Murphy, Mr. PRODUCTION CREDITASSOCIATION
11 I 7:30 P. M. heart roses. and Mrs. A. R Hooten. Mrs.
Pr91ecfiwe Door SoPJ II: TWO Flex-Grid, Ice tray : Richard Sands, of Belle Glade, Edward Murphy, Mr. and Mrs.B. .

"t."llii. I acted as best man. Edward C. G. Grissom Mrs. R. Elmo
FRIDAY AND SATURDAYH. I Grissom HL brother of the bride Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard General
J. P. Payne, Manager
.il McCUNE in and Louis Friedheim Belle Sands, Belle Glade, Mr. and Mrs.

$19995 "THE. GOGETTER"Plus Glade were usher-groomsmen. Russell Thacker, Miss Linda -
Mrs. Grissom chose dress of Grissom*:Miss parbaratThacker,..; ;; :,,- > ; "1916 North Orange Avenue '.' '

7-MiIlfofl refrfgerotera "ATTACK OF THE Dior blue crepe. Focal,.interest Edward C. Grissom, 'third Louis | Orlando. Florida '' -. . .
Trader JUNGLE WOMEN" was given by the draped skirt. Friedheim South Bay, and the, ... >
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a lavender orchid. Mrs. W.
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CIrcuIt Court Seal) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF any claims which you. or either of 'American Home r TIle Klsslmmee Gazette Klsslmmee FUu, ThtmJaj Hay 2, INS S
LEGAL NOTICES Tbacker and Thacker THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT you may have against the estate -
I I Attorneys for Plaintiff IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY of Leslie W. Sullivan, deceased.
In the NOTICE Circuit TO Court DEFEND of the Ninth KIssimmee. Florida FLORIDA.IN NO. 6457 late -Osceola County Florida, to Group To MeetThe :Singing Meet To I Ida Tiller
May 2. 9. 18, 23. 1963 CHANCERY the County Judge of said countyat
GETTINGAUTO Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK) his office In the Courthouse at I 1, Circle To MeetThe
Osceola. State of Florida. In IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF OF CEDARHURST. a United ) Kissimmee. Florida within six American Home De- Be Held SundayThe
Chancery No. 6483. JAMES E. THE NINTH States calendar months from the date of Ida TIller'0reIe of the
JACKS. Plaintiff. vs. CLARA 1.. IN AND FOR OOSCEOI.ACIRCUIT.. PlaInUff. I the> first publication of this notice. partment of the Woman's
JACKS. Defendant. NOTICE TO Four Way Singing con- First Methodist Church will
FLORIDA vs Each claim or demand must be In Club will meet Monday May
DEFEND. The State of Florida to IN CHANCERY NO. 6447 A NEAL ALFORD and NANCY) writing and must state the place of vention meets at the FreeWill meet with Mrs. Joe Johnston
Clara L. Jacks. 9700 South Millard. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ) T. ALFORD. his wife..B. HAIR-} residence of the claimant and must 6, at 8:00 p.m. The meetingwill
INSURANCE? Evergreen Park 42. Illinois. You AND LOANASSOCIATION OF ) OLD FARMER and N .) be sworn to by the claimant. his be held at the home of Baptist Church on Baker May 6 at 9:30 a.m.
are hereby notified that a suit In FALL RIVER. A United States ) FARMER. his wife. Florida ) agent or attorney, or the same will Dairy Rd. between Haines Members are asked to take
Need SR-22 Filing and equity for divorce has been brought I corporation. BROTHERS. INO. a ) become void according to law. Isabel Bartholomew, with Mrs.
liability insurance? Ask against you by James E. Jacks In .I Plaintiff corporation J This the of April. 1963. Charles Johnston as co-hos- City and Davenport Sunday. note of the change of time of
the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Defendants. cLARA
n be served at
s/ Lunch will the meetiags for the summer
send
your agent to your Circuit In and for County of FORECLOSURE
CHARLIE GUY LAMB and MORTGAGE Executrix of the Estate of
application to us if you've Osceola. State of Florida; and you IRENE A. LAMB NOTICE OF CLERK'S SALE I Leslie W. Sullivan. tess.The program "Beauty Tips noon and singing will be from months.
bun eanctlUJ rtjact are hereby summoned ordered and Defendants.MORTGAGE ) IS GIVEN 4:30
or NOTICE HERE deceased. 1:30 to p.m.
Women"
for will be
given by
of
written an- ,
.d. Wt insure almost required to file your FORECLOSURE that under and ceeof Murray W. Overstreet Jr. -
can .. swer or defenses to the Complaintfiled NOTICE OF CLERK'S SALE that certain Final Foreclosure Attorney for ExecutrixP. Mrs. Walter J. Buck of Lake % Mr. and Mrs. James Jones of
anyone at fair rates r herein against you In the rendered on
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN made and theme O. Box 42Klsslmmee.
gardltis of driving rec- above entitled cause. In the officeof that under and in pursuance of 24th day of April. A. D. 1963. Florida Cecile. Mrs. Buck is the local BUY FROM THE KenansviDe announce the birthof
ord. Fire, theft comprehensive the Clerk of said Court In at KIs-his that certain Final Decree of Fore- and by the Honorable } Circuit May 2. 9. 16. 23. 1963 distributor for Studio Girl GAZETTE ADVERTISERS I I a daughter Pamela Annette,
and collision also office In the Court House closure: made and rendered on the Overstreet. Judge of the Cosmetics.
Florida on or before the County.. Sunday. April 21.
simmee. 24th day of April. A. D. 1963. In Court In and for Osceola on
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availabU. Premiums may 31st day of May, 1963 and to servea and by the Honorable Murray W. Florida. In Chancery. being Case -------- - __ __u
I b* paid in easy install copy of such answer or defenses Overstreet. Judge of the Circuit No. 6457. and a certain cause pendIn@ County 4-H'rs Plan
mants. upon Thacker and Thacker. plain- Court in and for Osceola County In said Court wherein PENINSULA -
tiffs' attorneys whose address Is Florida. In Chancery being Case NATIONAL BANK 0Fcorpo-
To A c'nllVe will le Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida. on No. 6447. and certain cause pend- ARHURST. a United Achievement DayA
or before said date as required by ing In said Court wherein FIRST Is the Plaintiff. and A.
pleased to tend complete law. If you fall wido so. a Decree FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN NEAL ration. ALFORD and NANCY T. 4-H Achievement Day in the MONEY a ht buy
1 kit on request. Brokerage Pro Confesso be entered ASSOCIATION OF FALL RIVER : his wife. B. HAROLD form of a county lair is to be
' IS Assigned Risk against you for the relief demanded a United: States corporation. It the FARMED and ANNA U FARMER.
flan.tMUWtBAYft.ro. in the said Complaint. Plaintiff. and CHARLIE GUY his wife and CASH BROTHERS. held May 4 at the Kissimmee
WITNESS my hand as Clerk of LAMB and IRENE A. LAMB are INC.. a Florida corporation, are Valley Agricultural Center it"was \
j said Circuit Court of the Defendants. I. GLENN RAY.as the Defendants. I. GCircuit RAY better
County. Florida and the seal of Clerk of the Circuit Court for as Clerk of the Court for announced yesterday.The tep
; ;., aid Court. at Klsslmmee Osceola the Ninth Judicial Circuit of the Ninth Judicial Circuit of the 4-H dub members have S
County. Florida. on the 23rd day State lute shall offer for sale
of Florida shall offer for of Florida /
f O a OX lStY 1963. and best been asked to enter their projectsso I I
o: April. A.D. sale and sell to the highest and and I sell to the highest
S1 P(1f.saU'Gl" ._ /s/ GLENN RAY best bidder for cash at public out bidder for cash at public outcry that there will be much par- -th 1a -this
Clerk of the Circuit Court cry at the Osceola County Court- at the Osceola County Courthouse
Osceola County. Florida the 10th ticipation.
house'at Kissimmee. Florida on at Kissimmee. Florida on
, --- --- the 10th day of May. A.D. 1963. at day of May A. D. 1963. at 12:00 Members who will have livestock irI:
12:00 Noon the following described noon, the following described property \
Kissimmee Furniture Store' property described In said Final and equipment described in or poultry are asked to contact -
Decree of Foreclosure situate, lying said Final Decree of Foreclosure. either Klrt Hancock. live-
and being in Osceola County. situate lying and being In Osceola
Florida and more particularly des- County. Florida. and more particu- stock chairman, or Jim finith,
23 Broadway cribed as follows: larly described as follows: county agricultural agent by MayL
Lot 9, Block "A" of BRUCE'S Lot 5. F AIRLA WN MANOR
Telephone 847 MIl SUNSHINE HOMES. Kissimmee SUBDIVISION as per the Plat !
City Osceola County. Florida. thereof as recorded In Plat Book I The records must be in the AG

A complete free interior decorating.service plannedto recorded according in to Plat the Plat Book thereof 1. page as 1.ceola page County.3T7. Public Florida.Records of Os Building by May 2 to get a certificate -

337. Public Records of Osceola Including of completion and a 4-H ;' i iooc

suit your pocketbook. Featuring Name Brand Utility County.Easement Florida. to SUBJECT.the City to of Heater.Dated Over at Kissimmee and Range. Osceola -Year pin. I i

Klsslmmee. Florida, over the County. day of Dress revue entry blanks are -
Furniture, Bedding, Accessories, Carpets, Accent South 5 feet of said lot. April A. D. 1963. due Thursday.. Miss M 0 r 11 y n
Including specifically: but not by GLENN RAY. Clerk of I
way of limitation the following Circuit Court. I Dietrich, Home Demonstration
and Fabrics.
Rugs, Lamps, Draperies Drapery
fixtures and equipment: Osceola County. Florida Agent, said.
NuTone; 30" Hood Kitchen Fan (Circuit Court Seal \ 0
(Evening Appointments) Hotpoint Hot Water Heater. By /ELLANORE O. o

.. ___ h ._U Hotpoint Model WB52-1 Range Top 107RNJ101. JOWERS.Deputy Clerk Elks AuxiliaryTo \ % 1oy/Po/
and Oven 10RJJ201 May 2. 1963
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Hotpoint Refrigerator 228EBJ-11 Meet WednesdayThe y .
PRESTIGE Hotpoint Disposal 30MW12 NOTICE OF APPLICATION
International Wall Heater R70 FOR TAX DEED \ :
HOMES with 55 Gal. Tank NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Ladies Auxiliary of the
Market Heaters In each bath THAT Walter Phillips the holderof Kissimmee Elks will meet on \

BUILT Venetian Dated at Blinds.Kissimmee. Ofceola filed the said following certificates certificates for a tax deedto has Wednesday, :May eighth, at

''I County. Florida. this 24th day of be issued thereon. The certificate eight p.m. Mrs. Frank Broy- Billionaire sleep for pennies
1963.
April. A.D. numbers and of Issuance
FOR YOU i I "III I I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) the description years of the les, president, asks that all

._ r GLENN RAY. erty and the names In Prop-I officers and directors be present
Clerk of the Circuit Court. I was assessed are as follows: ."'
Florida at seven-thirty for a meeting on a.Beautyrest
Osceola County.
Certificate No. 126 Year of Issuance -
ByGeorge By. : IsEIJ MORE O. May 29. 1961 of the Board.
L. JO Description of Property 50' of Mrs. Eugene McCann, entertainment
ReynoldsFor L. Pharr Abner
N 200' of E 100'. Lot 1. Seminole
Turnbull and Abner Land & Investment Co. Section 12. chairman,remindsthe
Suite 490. New England 217 Building Township 26 South. Range 30 East members to bring spring If you could spend $1,000 for a mattress, it would be no better
Further Information Call 847.2856 847.2266 Post Office Box Name In which assessed: F. L.
or Winter Park. Florida hats of their ,own making, to
Poffenbaugh. et al i I I than
a $79.50 Beautyrest by Simmons unless
added
Attorneys for (
Pla.1ntli.\ay\ 2. 1963 Certificate No. 121 Year of be modeled at the conclusion you
1961 ISsu-1'I .
> ance May 29.
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Description of Property: Lot 292. ', of the' business sessions. another $10 pr a little more to get a Beautyrest Super size).
-- _.- .. ...- e-- -' ,__ -o_ Seminole Land & Investment Co., Prizes will be awarded the

F BRAIDED BRAIDED BRAIDED BRAIDED t Section Range 30 1,East Township 26 South. I I funniest and the prettiest cre ....

1 f Kot Sold '' A.Name Fairchild In which et ux assessed MIJty ations.After the awards have been So why not have the very, very, very" best mattress on earth.. ..;.

ft S To Jobbers ance.Certificate May 29.No.1961 119 Year of Issu- made, :Mrs. John Carroll, Jr. while you're at it? .. -',- .:
Description of Property: Lot 502. will assist Mrs. Broyles in
9x1 1 2 i ALSO Seminole Land & Investment Co. ,
NOW 18 10x14-32.00 Section 34. Township 25 South. serving refreshments.

i 1115-1218 Runners 3x9 s : Upsowltz Range Name 30 In East which assessed E. M. You spend 1/3 of your life in bed, yet you can't spend more

312 2>18ORIENTAL I ance Certificate May 29.No.1961 45 Year of Issu- Ie than about $7 or so; a year for Beautyrest l luxury. (You'll spend


I Open Sun. 10-6 P.M_ I Block Description 21. Kissimmee of Property View: Unit Lot B.4. I I I $500 to $1,000 a year for a car, including depreciation, yet
Section 11. Township 25 South "

s Range 28 East you may average only an hour ajiay in car. You
Wool Name In which assessed: John your may
IMPORTS MILL ENDSBROADLOOM Barbee .
? Rayon Certificate No. 47 Year of Issu- spend $7 for a single.meal at a good restaurant.)
ance May 29, 1961 I
Let HI IItr.ad your floors with thtt. imported Nylon i1 Description of Property: Lots 5 i
Oriental PctUrn Ku t. Outstanding reproduction & 6. Block 26. Kissimmee View
i .f the 17th Century masterpieces all the detailssymbolic 9x12 Spec. $15.00 Unit B, Section 11. Township 25 Why
are so people mattress misers? It doesn'tmakeisense.
many
and traditional of many,triMs t r' t maonificont South Range 28 East .
copies:of the:originalOrTnt.l'..- c : OPEN. # Name .In which assessed: F. N. % ; '
12x15
H.aviwove OPEN Spec., 30.00 .Herger "No. '50' ", .. .- V -,- ,-, .. ..*...., ....M* ,
Certificate Year
SUN, of Issuance -
ori.ntal 12x18 $40.00 SUN May 29. 1961 rfefttcJU' dinner' rewdeiLpus. ; .- frT ..
: Dttign m. ;; 'I Design ..,..... Description of Property: Lot 5. in Central Florid Delight THE BUY A BEAUTY REST"
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9.12. -- : > Block 31. Kissimmee View Unit B.
$69 00 SPECIAL. ;- ./ t Section 11. Township 25 South your family . Loser your gnettt EASY TERMS
/: 9.11 \ Speciol 501 Dupont I Range 28 East . Of bringing t\em to this truly
I NYLON I Shalloross Name In which- assessed: J. M. ..iq.. dining 1'0011I.tlan .

eair. 2500 } Certificate No. 145 Year of Issu- Ft*. Cane* '=
M11 4.25 ance May 29. 1961 sc..e n.-. PARKS FURNITURE COMPANY
10x 0 ;3:: Description of Property: Lots 401
15 ' .--'P.--- I I to 405 Inc., New Eden Unit 3, Sec- +
tion 25. Township 25 South
H Range
) Handmade Hooked Rug Closeouts I Oriental Rug Shop, 312 N. Park Ave. J. 31 Name East In which assessed: Richard .. tile steers.( ':?.1:' yl j KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
.. .. 847-4171 892-2011
Also 10xM 12x18 I t Lenahan .w.l. Or! .c
00
9 x.$34. h15 13,22 I Same Blk. as P.O., Winter Park, F I Certificate No. 106 Year of- Issuance .
a.1 May 29. 1961 [

':,1 :- : t-. ..... .".. ....... ... Description of RR. Plnedale.of Property Section: Lot 103S 29. r; :::: : ? j.JJ] IJJJII'd 11. '-,. J -

Township Name In 25 which South Range assessed 29: East Un-, ': s. ;;
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.I Certificate May 29.No.1961 73 Year of Issuance ::2f- -: -

Description of Property: Lot 7,
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Block A. Trail Sub.. Section 3. '
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Township 25: South. Range 29 East 1: -.p: ___ _ -- -
Name In which assessed: Robert = :_
I L. Larson. et ux
All of said property being In the
County of Osceola. State of Florida. S .
Unless such certificate or certif-
icates shall be redeemed according
to law the property described, In
such certificate or certificates will
be sold to the highest bidder at :::i
the Court House Door on the first
t Monday In the month of June 1963. t
which is the 3rd day of June. 1963.
with a gift of Candy, Perfume, Toiletries and Dated. this 2nd day RAY of May. 1963. ,
perk /L
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of Circuit Court

many other items to choose from at I (CIRCUIT Osceola COURT County.SEAL Florida) ,',

\ May 2. 9, 18, 23 1963 :

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COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY,
FLORIDA. .. ...- ,
:L Broadway Pharmacy I IN RE: ESTATE NO. 5708 OF -- -' --

: LESLIE W. SULLIVAN. Deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO -
I ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES.
I I DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PERSONS -
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST SAID ESTATE
I 127 BROADWAY PH. 847.3253 .1 I You and each of you are hereby i
notified and required to present -' -. .

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END OF APRIL SALE PRICES GOOD UNTIL GET FIRST CHOICE

MAY 4th .I By Doing It Today! I II I II JP e J1r.uLJ

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i GERANIUMS 89c MARIGOLDS. SALV1A Por Troy j. needs muscles ?
Who
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3" POTS t 'i.t
. . BALSAM PORTULACA, Send Flowersfor .
BASIL, CELOSIA, 69c 2 for $130

[14 Varieties] Per Tray t Do you know how easy it is to take a comer So think about those trips to the beach

GERBCRA DAISIES i with a Corvair or park one? Turn this this summer those bright sunny days and

I 3" POTS . . 29c 10% Off Regular Price on AH CaWornia Rose Bushes Mother's\ newspaper sideways and it will give you a balmy moonlit nights.
Day
pretty good idea. The wheel handles just And besides, looking at it from a very
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about that easily. practical point of view it's Trade
PENSACOLA Ife. 33c ARGENTINE lb. 75c Our flowers and plants are The Corvair's engine is in the rear for C EVROLET Travel time right now at your Chevroletnot

CAIA&HJMS BAHIA 10-Ibs. s2.90BAHIA 10-fes. 7.30 i fresh as tomorrow only greater traction but more balanced dealer's. He's got some beuittifel buys.

25 Varieties. Per doll 9 YC j They're sure to make weight distribution. And that's what makes But you had better hurry beIorew.HDebody

SOME OF OUR ASSORTMENT OF PLANTS: I Mother's special Day the steering so completely effortless. a I muscles in ahead of you. Spring's here
really memorable. Just No radi- Summer's Dgfut.ADdwitlith these
i The engine is air cooled, too. sport
PEAT 50c per Bushel Oleanders Rubber Trees call-well handle it alL ator. No water or antifreeze. No boiling good-looking Corvairs sing the way they

3 tesliel HIyotfr Ugustrum Florida Honeysuckle over or freezing up ta worry about. It takes are, he who hesitates will want to kick

cotrtawer. Hibiscus ThryoHisViburnum the weather and the terrain as it comes. AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEAlER himself.


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We ere adding to our Hetzl Junipers Chinese Holly f !"" CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON CHEVROLET CHEVY E, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE

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office In the Courthouse at Kissim- Bounty, Florida that pursuant to I .
FOR SALE due to leaving KIs- mee. Florida within six calendar Judgment of Forfeiture entered by t STOVES REFRIGERATORS
simmee Beautiful months from the date of the first the Judge of the above Court on Call. . .
NOTICELOSE antique
REALTORAMAFOR April 17. 1963. I will offer. and
publication of this Notice. Each I
marble top table and antique claim or demand must be In writing sell to the highest and best bid USED Parks Furniture Co.
rocking chair. K W. Shirley, and must state the place of residence :der for cash between the legal )i :
WEIGHT safely with Dec- of the claimant and must hours of sale on Monday, l"I llt.I i FURNITURE Far Prompt Repair.!Your
1617 Cede Street, Orange Gardens be sworn to by the claimant his 963. before the East Sewell-Thurmond
A-Diet Tablets. Fun week's Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida. | REFRIGERATOR
Kissimmee. SALE agent or attorney or the same will '
supply only 98c. Broadway. become void according to law. the above described motor \ehlcle. i, 1015 West Church ORLANDO Phone M7-4171
Purchaser to for Sheriffs Bill
This the 9th day of April. 1963 pay
Pharmacy. s/ MARY GARDNER of Sale
Executrix of the Estate of Dated at Kissimmee. Florida this ,
FOR RENTFOR 3BR. CB HOME Cora M. Gaylord. deceased 22nd day of April 1963. Flowers For All Occasions
: Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. ROBERT M. BUCKELS Christian Science
ARTICLES for Executrix Sheriff of Osceola County.
.
.. i RENT OR SALE-Three BUILT-INS IN KITCHEN IP.Attorney O. Box 492 Florida.April ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST SocietyEach
25. Mav2. 1963 ,
FOR SALE bedroom house. Central heat, DOUBLE CARPORTHARDWOOD I I April Kissimmee.11. 18.Florida 25. May 2. 1963. IN CIRCUIT COURT FoR ,THE I Wdn.sday S D.....
built-in range and oven. Big NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN 309 N.Randolph

corner lot. 12500.1221 Lehigh. FLOORSOIL w t! TO NOTICE WHOM IT OF MAY LEGISLATION CONCERN: AND FOR FLORIDA.OSCEOLA COUNTY M MOABWAT M7-4S11 h.4e, S.rrk... . . . 11 a... !

BARGAIN BARN Owner. 8472826. SPACE HEAT. i Notice Is hereby given of Inten- LAW NO. 2661. Sufey kkMl . . . t-.JO s..
|I tlon to apply to the 1963 Session STATE OF FLORIDA. -
c.m'be Ie
; Zipper :S. Tooth ,
; I of the Florida Legislature for passage -
Brushes. 7e; Ear Bob Ie; Shoes Unusually Attractive 3-room furnished I. of an Act to Increase and set 1950 STUDEBAKER ONE TON LEARN: BARBERINtJIatar
il'.L Seeks Feats lie' Pillows 7M; apartment. Close in. 118S. Convenient and attractive Dining '. the salary of the Superintendent oi VAN TRUCK. .a I
Shirts Si Year 'afare a
; SI; Dresses Beaumont. ; Public Instruction of Osceola County SERIAL No. R15-11291. .". II GREEN'S FUEL
1.60 Hackles; Bags Ue; Nylon ate: 8474011. Area and Family Room Florida. IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE well-paying pr Classes Ie m I
H Night
fe: Pasties 15:; Belt. I BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY ' Day
lie:; Cap lie; Spread $1.50: FOR RENT Nice upstairs: OF 1950 STUDEBAKER ONE V.A. Approved
Hair Net 4c; T-Shlrt ate I : Orlando Barber College Sales and Service
: combination.Owner OSCEOLA COUNTY. TON VAN TRUCK. SERIAL No.
Nearly apartment 304 South Dilling- I .
KverytMtdr Trade at The o FLORIDA 3399 S. Orange Blossom Tr. I
Barcalm Bairn. Cm t. Slbert ham. Reasonable. Inquire 203S. : By Miles Sharp. Chairman R1511291NOTICE OF SALE GA 5-6876
Immediately.Mill WarrhoBS Fellow la Da.e.apert.the alfB Clyde or call 847-3013 after in North Wants Quick Sale. I! April 25, May 2. 9. 16, 1963 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by I WOW M7-4W M7-417I
: Sheriff of Osceola
the undersigned KISSIMMH
BAHRAIN
BARN 5 p.m. I IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE to'
: County. Florida that pursuant
Open Week Day. Aad Saadajr* ONLY NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN SAND ROCK
j I Judgment of Forfeiture entered by: For Co Delivery: Phone
FOR RENT: Two and three AND FOR OSCEOLA COUOTY.FLORIDA. :, the Judge of the above Court on MORTAR MIX Harold Wigd 847-2058

FOR SALE due to leaving Kis- room apartments. Aircondition- $9,500FLORIDA I LAW NO. 2659.. cell April to 17.the 1963.highest I will and offer best bid and. 'STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Rwtdwr 8474339Ktnncth

simmee. 10-ft deep freeze. ed. Morefield Building opposite I STATE OF FLORIDA. der for cash between the legal W.d o.
Whirlpool machine i ,'S.I hours of sale on Monday. May 13., I 892-7695 [St. Cloud]
washing postoffice. Also furnishedhouse 1948 FORD TRUCK. 1963. before the East door of the: QSfAtAtt7tA
GE 8-ft. refrigerator, 2 Maple 606 Emmett. I j ENGINE No. 87HC-142369. Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida For Gas Service Phone
REALTYCOUNSELORS IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE the above described motor vehicle., J. B. Rovntr. 847-4062
lawn chairs I lawn 1
mower, ,
FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs Bill r I Robert Allen
wheel barrow and assorted FOR RENT: One bedroom du- 1948 FORD TRUCK. ENGINE of Sale. ? Emory Bronton 847-4570

garden tools, charcoal grill, pie x apartment. Furnished. No. 87HC-142369 Dated at Kissimmee. Florida this leo Girourd 847-2061R.
INC. I NOTICE OF SALE I
of
I 22nd day
electric fan, typewriter table Air-conditioned. Carporte. 319 1 I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by a/ ROBERT\\: M. BUCKETS H. HaH 892-1212 St. Cloud

and many other tables chairs, S. Clyde. '1 the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola Sheriff of Osceola County.,; I or call H. T. Simmons Mr.I .
2 Broadway Kissimmee County Florida that pursuant to Florida. :: 847-4819
lamps, rugs etc. K. W. Shir : Judgment of Forfeiture entered by Aprtl ZS. May 2. 1963J\ KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX I
FOR RENT-2 BR unfurnished _
house 847-3157
847-3156 the Judge of the above Court on I
Robert 847-3219
O'krry
Icy 1617 Cecile Street THE
Orange will offer, and IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR
,, $65: 2 BR house furnished I !
fllto17ihe1 R. W. losMtor 847-3442
Gardens NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
I
Kissimmee. highest and best bidder
$45. Adults Eddie ---------------- -- AND
only. for cash. between the legal FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Phone: 847-3524 j i John Evans St.Cloud 892-3482

ROSES ROSES ROSES. Your demons. Tropical Park 847- FOR RENT: Efficiency room. hours ifo-ie.on Monday. May 13. FLORIDA 0Radio I
REAL ESTATE 1963. : East door of the LAW NO ,2662 ,
choice. $3.00 dozen. Elsie Baker 2380. Utilities furnished. Ohio Apartments I Courthouse, Kissimmee. Florida. STATE OF FLORIDA.

8473669. II the above described motor vehicle. VI.
Florist, 17 Monument Ave SAUSSHVICIELECTRICAL
:FOR RENT-2 BR house, furn I Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs BID ONE 1945 WILLYS JEEP i and

nue, Kissimmee, 8474661. I ished. One BR trailer. Lots for 'FOR. RENT: Apartments and;; FOR SALE: Three bedroom two !j of Dated Sale.at Kissimmee. Florida this MOTOR IN RE NO.FORFEITURE CJ 2A 11266.OF THE, APPLIANCES ,

FOR SALE-Simmons Hollywood I trailers. Rainbow Mobile houses by week or month. Oat: bath home. Large living room, 'I I 22nd day of April. 1963. FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY town HOME FUMBWMCJ
: ONE 1945 WILLYS JEEP. ,
Twin Beds, firm like new. Homes and Trailer Park, Michigan ton's Apartments, North Orange -'1 separate dining, built-in kitchen I Sheriff ROBERT of Osceola M. BUCKELS County MOTOR NO CJ 2A 11266. T V

Reasonable. Call 847-4190. I Ave. %.mile off ,Vine Blossom Trafl. I Florida room, carporte, j I Florida.April NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY OF SALE GIVEN by;i ARKS FUR N I T.U.:St.REaCO.
25. May 2. 1963
Street past Bowling'Alley.. utility room. Two miles East of j the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola ,

FOR SALE: Kohn Organ. Blonde Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer I town on paved road. $13,000. : IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE County Florida, that pursuant 'to'Judgment i .
finish Call 847-4583 after 5:30: LAKEFRONT APARTMENT apartments with lake and shuf- 8474406. i I NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN of Forfeiture entered by' -- --
the Judge of the above Court on ,
It OSCEOLA COUNTY. '
FOR
air conditioned three rooms, fleboard. By week, month or AND
p.m. 1 i FLORIDA. April 17. 1963. I will offer and
full bath and kitchen, garbage year. Capitol Motel, St. Qoud ., FOR SALE: 144' on trail x290'i LAW NO. 2666. sell to the highest and best bid' NORRiS CLEANERSSpring

KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- disposal and carport. Will Hwy. 441. deep with five houses. Bad STATE OF FLORIDA. hours der for of cash on between Monday the'i legal. .,

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. make good deal to winter guestor health must sell. Oscar Me- j!': 1956 CHEVROLET SEDAN.' 1963. fosie East door Florida lli : Cleaning is a Breeze with our Sonitene Servicesfor
Courthouse. Kissimmee.
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110j resident. Call Gee. 847-2339. MOTOR NO. VB56Bl 23. I
:
NORTH MAIN ST. S4T- 941. I 84.3866 permanent after 5 p.m. weekdays, WANTED I___________________ ______ !I II i ii i' FOLLOWING IN RE: FORFEITURE DESCRIBED OF PROPERTY THE. the Purchaser above to described Day for motor Sheriffs vehicle.Bill Drapes, Slip Covers, Blankets, feather Pillows.KISSIMMEE'S .

J I FOR SALE-Extra large choice of Sale. ;,
: 1956: CHEVROLET SEDAN.
anytime weekends. t I I
FOR SALE-1961 Ford 4-door, 6-1 I < home? sites trailer or business MOTOR No. VB56B155423 Dated at KIssimmee. Florida this ':

,cylinder, stick shift, radio. i APARTMENTS FOR RENT-$9 WANTED: Experienced grill and 1 i i i I lots $10 down $8 month. Save I I,I f NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY OF SALE GIVEN by 22nd ROBERT 1963.M. BUCKELS FINEST

Very clean. $1,200. 1515 North $11, $12 per week Mrs. Paul fountain help needed. Full or!;: high rent. dose iff. Electric ,, the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola Sheriff of Osceola County. I 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
:! Florida that pursuant to
Bermuda Avenue. 847-2463. I Davis, 114 Emmett Street.KISSIMMEE part time. Apply Phil: N Nez. i i l and good water. High and dry. i Judgment County of Forfeiture entered by Florida.April 25. May 2. 1963 i .
- I! Lots are selling fast. 11 new :! the Judge of the above Court on IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE '
WANTED-Would like to give I: i April 17.' 1963. I will offer and NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
families moved in this month.
i sell to the highest and best bidder AND F'ORI'bIf COUNTY. I' ,
free trailer space to stay on i Hurry to Tropical Park on : for cash between the legal
s) BASS SPRAY SERVICE 10-acre tract four miles west I Route 441 in North Kissimmee I hours of sale on Monday May 13. LAW NO. 2658.
STATE OF FLORIDA :
1963. before the East door of the
of Kissimmee' Route 530.' for todays' best buys in good I II I Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida vs.ONE I ROTHROCK
710 EAST VINE See Barrp's Texaco Service at 'lots I the above described motor. vehicle. 1955 FORD TRUCK. \I
Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs BUI ID No. F10D 5A21403.
West Vine Street and North I I I of Sale. IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE'
TELEPHONE 847-2023 Bermuda. Phone 847-3544. FOR SALE-2 BR modern concrete Dated at Kissimmee. Florida this FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY
i and r 22nd day of April 1963. : ONE 1955 FORD TRUCK.?'! SEPTIC
block house Gem TANK
CO
Guaranteed control of Chinch Bugs, Army WANTED-Summer for I ROBERT M. BUCKELS ID NO. F10D5A21403.
position. I
I Trail corner lot. Good business: Sheriff of Osceola County, NOTICE OF SALE >

Worms, Ants, Grasshoppers, Dollar Spot, ambitious teacher or upper! location. 95ft. frontage on I; Florida. the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by .
1 undersigned Sheriff of Osceola I
April 25 May 2. 1963 '
Brown Patch and others. class college student, male or.I 1Highway 441, $9,500 terms. The County Florida that pursuant to, Culvert Tile for
many 'I IN CIRCUIT Judgment of Forfeiture entered Driveways
female. Opportunity to earn lot alone is worth over 10000. COURT FOR THE by ,

Nutritional Fertilizer included in every $1.000 to $1,500 in 60 days.!'! It would cost $9,000 to build NINTH AND FOR JUDICIAL OSCEOLA CIRCUIT COUNTY., IN. April the Judge 17. 1963.of the I above will offer Court and on',' Septic Tanks-a size for every need.

$540 minimum 1 guaranteed.Write best I FLORIDA. sell to the highest and best bidder -i,
the house new Today's
spray for your lawns, ornamentals and P. O. Box 243 New I LAW NO. 2660 for cash between the legal ;i Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
Citrus Fruit Trees. I buy. Hurry. See Eddie demons STATE OF FLORIDA. hours bfO-ele: Monday May 13. :
Smyrna Beach, Florida. Tropical Park, 847-2380. 1963. East door of the
| Courthouse
1947 CHEVROLET SEDAN. Kissimmee. Florida
"Wo Give Value ENGINE No Eaal06983 the above described motor vehicle: I
Stamps'1
Top NO JOB TOO BIG or too small IDORA PARK-Invest in Kiss;- ''I i IN FORFEITURE OF THE Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs Bill 15 Years ExperienceK.

when it comes to commercial mee's best exclusive residence I FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY of'Sale. C. ROTHROCK owner and operator
,
: 1947 CHEVROLET SEDAN. Dated at Kissimmee. Florida this,i
Call 847-2881
printing. today
location. U lots, 9500. Two j ENGINE No. 22nd 1963. !
and ask for Mr. Mears for free houses in good condition. The I NOTICE aOl SALE ROBERT M BUCKEts!

estimates on your job work. two, one house furnished, for { the NOTICE undersigned IS HEREBY Sheriff GIVEN of Osceolai by Sheriff Florida.of Osceola County. !

You'll be glad you did. $8,500 includes 200 orange i County Florida that pursuant to April 25. May 2. 1963. Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
lake. i Judgment of Forfeiture entered by IN CIRCUIT COURT"FOR THE '
and
trees. High dry near 1
the Judge of the above Court on NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN :!
Income $150. Terms. Eddie April 17. 1 63, I will offer and AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. i
1 sell to the highest and best bidder FLORIDA. ;
1 demons 8472380.LEGAL I
VACUUM STORE for cash between the legal LAW NO. 2665. PHONE: 847-3524
hours: of to-ie: Monday, May 13. STATE OF FLORIDA.
1963. East door of the VI.
t I NOTICES Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida 1952 FORD SEDAN <.
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY the above described motor vehicle. MOTOR No. B2SP102157.IN .
JUDGE. OSCEOLA Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs Bill RE. FORFEITURE ,
COUNTY. of Sale. FOLLOWING 8FpJZI I
FLORIDA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Dated at Kissimmee. Florida this FoRTY 1952 FORD SEDAN. MOTOR STEEL SALES
yI IN RE ESTATE OF 22nd day of April. 1963. No. B-2-SP102157 .
219 BROADWAY r. )
( ROBERT M. BUCKELS .
ETHEL AUGUSTA I NOTICE OF SALE
a/k/a Ethel A. Gleason GLEASON ))) I Sheriff of Osceola County NOTICE JS HEREBY GIVEN by | ANY DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT I
KISSIMMEE Deceased. Florida. the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola (
To all Creditors. Legatees. Dis) I April 25.: May 2. 1963 County. Florida, that pursuant to ;
Judgment of Forfeiture entered by Competitively Priced
tributees and all Persons _
SEWING CHINES ,..: Claims or Demands having I;11N CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE the Judge of the above Court on >
.... Estate: against said{1 NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN April 17. 1963 I will offer and :
.,. : You and each of 'I I AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY I sell to the highest and best bid: TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS 4
,' you
are hereby
'"
.
VACUUM CLEANERS ;-.:. >t notified and required to j FLORIDA. : der for cash between the legal .
present 1 W NO. 2667. hours of sale on Monday. 13. Nom runes AND UTILITY TXAOHS
: I
;; ; : : any claims which you. or either of OF Mar
.
. ... . STATE FLORIDA. 1963. before the East door the,
SALES AND SERVICE ON ALL J c.. ._ .:... .. \ you.ol Ethel may Augusta have against Gl the estate I Courthouse. Klulmmee. Florida BUILT AND REPAIRED
ason a/k/a
I .
1953
: CHRYSLER SEDAN. the above described motor vehicle.
MAKES .. I} ,,.. ..... .. .,.;",..."'.. :..,....., Ethel Osceola A. County.Gleason. deceased Florida. to late the of I ID. No. 7767512. Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs BUI c.Mte HUM WU. .f Shop-AI W'"t Gimmani. f
IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE
. . .. I : of Sale.
.' ... .,, ...., County Judge of said County at FOLLOWING '
Kissimmee. Florida this12nd
DESCRIBED PROPERTY
Dated at
." .. .. his office In the Court House !1
: at
PARTS AND SUPPLIES ;....'\.. .-. .' ,.... .. ::.,...... Kissimmee. Florida within six ID No.: 7767312.i 1953 CHRYSLER. SEDAN. : dar/o ROBERT 1963.M. BUCKELS Old Orlando Hwy. AMT Livestock Mwkt.Rt. .

t';,;.. i. .:!. 1. calendar the first publication months from of the date of ;i NOTICE! OF SALE Sheriff of Osceola County. 1, ftox 25S-A 0 Kbal".,... .
this
,'''.'' ... ... ;..... :o ., I Each claim Notice j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by Florida
.. ,,. or demand must be In
. ,..,...".;,.... writing and must state the place of f i t the undersigned Sheriff -of Osceola April 25. May 2. 1963

.; !_!...: .! f :{I. (residence of the claimant and must '.
'!(.:''. ., :.,' : |be> sworn to by the claimant. his LOU YOUNG, WELDINGPHONE
I(agent or attorney or the same will'"{
I {become void according to law. '
i For Any Of This" the 15th day of April. 1963. i 847-3898
PHILLIP R. KELLEY ,l PICK YOUR OWN DOWN
1
Executor of the Estate of I
These Services II I Ethel Augusta Gleason. .
I d/k/a Ethel A. Gleason. !
t I j deceased. PAYMENT
j April 18. 25. May ft. 13. 1963 I Mf OSCEOLA TIRESERVICE
New Houses
!'
I' I j KOTICK UNDER FICTITIOUS

ComfftercialStnlchH'es I I(TO WHOM NAME IT MAY STATUTE CONCERN .

I' : Notice Is hereby given that the I s25 $50 $75 100 200

.I itttlous undersigned.Name pursuant Statute"to the Chapter"Flc- I , , i Custom Recapping \iiGI

i 6509.. Florida Statute will regis- I i 223 S. BERMUDA
Remodeling Iter with the Clerk of the Circuit
{Court. In and for Osceola County. PHONE 847-2207
Additions (Florida upon receipt of proof of I 1955 BUICK 4-DR. WITH AIR-COND.
(the publication of this notice: the
.fictitious name to-wtt<< : I!. -' -
Their Future Is In Your Hani Aluminum. QUALITY CABINETS under which i 1959 RAMBLER STATION WAGON
we are engaged in business at 666
NIcolet Avenue in the City of Winter IE WISE
Siding Park. Florida. 1957 FORD
2-DOOR
What you do, now about some life In. That the parties Interested In

e AluminumStorefront said business enterprise ae as fol- ECONOMIZEExtra
surance could be of vital importance to :lows: 1953 FORD -TON TRUCK
Estate of Else P. Lewis
Awnings Flora B. Lewis
their future. Call us. FERNANDEZ & SCARXTO 1956 PLYMOUTH with OVERDRIVE Quality Blocks
Attorneys at Law I
49 North Orange Avenue
Orlando, Florida 1950 BUICK 2-DOOR ; At No Extra.Coat
Marquee Dated at Kissimmee. Osceola
LIFE County. Florida. April 12. 1963. !
Estimates April 11. 18. 25. May 2. 1963 I 1953 DODGE 4-DOOR
: : Ph. 847-4021
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. I

LUPFER'S.Insurance SEE . OSCEOLA FLORIDA.COUNTY.. 1953 FORD !

IN RE: ESTATE OF Member of Osceola County Builders Assoclatka
CORA M. GAYLORD. Deceased.

K. C. Moore, Jr. ALL NOTICE CREDITORS.TO CREDITORSTO LEGATEES. i

Agency DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PERSONS RIEDEL MOTORS I OSCEOLA CEMENTPRODUCTS.

TRIANGLE HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS

You and each of you are herebynotified
1918 -1963 BUILDING and required _to present YOUR DODGE DEALER F INC.
any claims which you. or either of ,
11 Stewart St. you. may have against the estateof 21 EMMETT ST. 847-3661

.12 Br.....wey-N. d To TH* Beak 8474121 1 1 Phone 847-22TO of Cora Osceola M.County.Gaylerd.Florida deceased to late the NEPTUNE ROAD KISSBCMBS'S

(County Judge of said County at his I

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