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Griffin Sees New oi fA5'Nova Road' .liiCi! !' _ _ _ _

As Key to Osceola Prosperity I L7ITTTI

I Th Nova Road project wa pened with the Nova ....,* wa chairman of the fyt: A k l

I termed ".n adaptation to our Th* Nova Road Idea .. i'L
I environment at the right conceived about 90 It now takes a minimum of 1 ii
f time" by State Representative ago to enable a short cut hour and 30 minute to [
J. J. Griffin Jr. at thVmeeting' Kissimme and St from St. Cloud to Cocoa ,
of the St. Cloud Methodist Cap Kennedy then to the Cap It take
Men's Club!>> meeting. Griffin outlined the SO minutes. "But with

Griffin said then must be in getting the road Nova Road" Griffin ex VOL 70 NO. 10 KISSIMMEE FLA. THURSDAY FEB. 13 1964 2 SECTIONS-PRICE 10 CENTSRECEIVES
a productive Interaction between approved and I laid I "Osceola County clti- ,
men and the environment praise on former County can drive to the cap In.bout
and "time mutt be missioner Jack one hour."
right" for progress to take present Commissioner "And the process can also
place and this it what hap Daniel who at the time In reverse scientists

and other personnel F Beef Entries Arrive
,._._ --.. ... employed at the Cap can y a
over to Osceola County
buy or build a home _
of the highest calibre

a t tl contribute to our growth For Livestock Show
prosperity and commute ;
and forth each day on
modern high speed "Nova
," he .. e.I
; ri Griffin said plans were now
for the future con Gala Parades SlatedHorse

of a causeway from
Air Force Bas to
hw., 1. Plans Include the .

of this causeway !' Y Team 183 Entries
a new road due west of

Brevard -Oll.'eoll county 1. Featured in Accepted For

lineWith the accomplishment of Two ParadesTwo Annual Show

project with exposure tIf '

B to Cspe Kennedy and colorful parades will One hundred and eighty-!
Air Force Base, Grif- a f AatM'r + travel about Osceola County three entries of registeredbeef
w said O.e e 0 I I. County
In 12
next weekend Feb 21-22 cattle representing
r be assured of an op conjunction with the Silver Florida herd, are listed for
to share with these Spurs Rodeo. the 20th annual Klsslmme
..' prosperity that" is be The St. Cloud parade will 41d Valley Livestock Show It Is

comprehension begin at 10 am. Friday fol. announced by County Agent
Of the total distance of the
r lowed by Klsslmmee's paradeat Jim Smith show secretary
leg to be completed ((27 1111
10 s m. Saturday Premiums. In Individual
r ) 20 I la on the Deseret Highlighting the parade will classes will be $25 for first

III which donated the be the famous teams of An. place, til for second place,
-wsy through their ,k r heuser Bu.e k Champion and $10 for third place. In

I Clydoedal Horses. This six- t addition to the moneys postedby
r Griffin said plans were also\ 'i a M horse hitch travels over 200,- ., the show the American
for the extension of ,y 000 miles a year for showingsIn Brahman Breeders' Association
., 530 from the light 60 cities The average
will supplement by BO'*
North Main Street In Kis- weight of the Clydesdales Is 1IOBBERIINSKY
offered In Bran-
the premiums
.. New Mans .r
westward to Inter.teta |
EAGLE AWARD-Edward "Cerk," Parker 2,000 pounds each. The average m n classes, and Santa Ger-
4 at a cloverleaf pro left, receives his Eagle pin from his mother Mrs Edward age Is 8 years trtdls Breeders Internationalwill
and then over to High Parker la the Boy Scout Court of Honor Monday night Also featured In the paradeswill supplement by $250 the
27. He said this w* be a fast stepping exhibition BerlilskyClal"ber
Club of !the St. Cloud Methodist Church of the benefits of .!, would have another (Photo by Eby) of teamwork and skill by premiums Brahman for tl.that....breed.for 1M4
New Nova Road project. Griffin said this was a part .. state highway passing the Victor Comptometer Corporation
world other
to the
plan to reap some of the wealth away from the Cape our county. Six Pony Hitch. were open ;

"There Is .ample room In Parker Brothers The matched Shetlandi per classes within were the open state to breed.nIrom of Flor.

county for all forms of.frlcuiture. form precision maneuvers .
Ida No outside Brahman entries
Iranian Studies Industry and re while pulling a miniature fir recorded however
and tourist expan .nln.n Is a five-eighths seal Manager Bellemeade were Farm at Lake

A healthy combination Win Scout Award .reproduction of an antique City, Hughes Angus Ranch of I
all three docs not put all steam pumper In the Smithsonian j
Ellentcn Sun Rid,. Farm atM I
our ergs In one basket but Institution.With I .
City Govel1 ..ur.. us of a steady, stable the fire engine beleh- Dub Berllnsky has been (canopy, and Baldwin Angus
of KIsslrnmeo leader In his
Th Parker family Scout troop. named manager of the KIsalmmts Ranch st Ocala were among
sturdy growth and prosperity Ing smoke' and clanging It's
took two top honors The second Parker to take chamber of commerceon the inhibitors of Angus rattle.The .
.. for all of Osceola's during National Boy Scout an award Monday was Patrick bell the dapper" a temporary basis for 90 C V. Whitney Farm at
hs said.Culture. cloverleafsand
Yousef Jamshidlpour In the Joe" goes on to 7)p. Week this ,.ar. who was presented a scholar through days, It II announced by Lexington K,., I. listed as a
United States on' the Stat Beach and then to Edward "Corky Parker was ship to the Boy Scout National figure eight patterns.The Horace Phlpps, chamber presi joint owner with Hughes of
performed ss
Department's People to People before returning to Lost?'' awarded the highest Scouting Jamboree to be held at Valley team dent. Whitney Bardollermert 20, a
program to study city govern- He is In city honor Mq'day when he was Forge, Penn this summer a specialty horse act at and many fairs rodeos Berllnsky, .. s former man.agar junior yearling butt I
ment?Shideh, his wife, and Raw Tehranran and was It a. proposal before the presented the Eagle Scout H* won the trip after competition shows. nation. of the chamber brought Brahman exhibitors Include 1
min, his son, cam to .Klulmmee --,JMLfW te this'eountry City Commission goes ,Award st ceremonies held et ever tha p a ,t 11 According to Klaalmmee'l membership to ",' ecord,lift-'...A. Dud air tons, Ce oa| Clyde .
j Sunday as the guests of a group of worker through, culture -seeking the Florida Cattleman's A no- montkIn the area. Punts general chairman Pat level Phlpps pointed out, "11. J, Keys Ranch Petersburg' '
i Mr. and Mr*. Henry Simmons. Iran Municipal League. tourists wont get lost goIng elation Building. wen gives for attendance* Johnson parade the parade will start certainly has MsHMtaw I thai and United Sugar Corporationat
Th Iranian official'! studies editor of the English through Klsslmmee.Don Parker' the eon of fir and service projects advancementand In Klsslmme from Monumentup is valuable to us just at this Clewistan. The 6ft Brahmanentries
Include a uix-month courseat of the Municipal Stetson asked tb.Cemml..lo. Mrs. Edward J. Parker of XI*. "Uvin, up to Scout Ideals." Broadway to Main and back time" make the Brahman
the American University In magaxln to approve a slmmee, Is a member of Scout R. n aid I Hemerway was to Emmett terminating at Phlpps added that the board show the largest of the four
Washington D. C., followedby "I have learned more sign pointing to the Osce Troop 191. II. has been In awarded a week at Camp Monument Prises and trophieswill anticipates s final determination breeds.
two week "practical" study Ing with Mr. Simmons scouting four and Is a of chamber
ola Arts and Agricultural years Laureh a* second place winnerIn be awarded to the first on the matter h Hereford Haven Ranch at
in several communities. week than I learned Center Not one to make member of the honor camping the contest and second place float winners, secretary will be mad at the Fort Fierce, and Shuman's
H. ls now in Winter Park month at the hasty decisions, the Commission brotherhood The Order of the end of three months. l .rlln.IL Hereford Ranch at flint City I
studying under that town's Jamshidlpour asked for a full report Arrow was scheduled to be at his are exhibiting the 14 Here
City Manager Dick Simmons, he emphatically stated on the matter from In addition to scouting new desk on Monday, February fords entered In Individual
formerly of Klsslmme From was Impressed with the Its city manager next Parker ha been active in Dellwood PhillipsFight 10. He succeeds J. D. Han. classes, 1I.Is expected group
there Jamshidipour who prefers ness and hospitality week. church and school activitiesand Ion who resigned to returnto classes for Hereford will be
to be called "just plainGLFNX people here. has served as a junior the oil business made up from the Individual I!

OverA Berllnsky has been engagedIn entries,
Appears retail business activity In Santa Gertrudls are shown

Klsilmme ever a period of by II. 1.. llarvell Ranch of
many years. At various times llrooksvllle, Panuleta Farmsof ,
( he was employed at Cody Publications Miami and K. D. Eatmon
month long battle asppar.antsy Lurl said h* had written the IlnecastleAir
\ and
Ranch of Pompano Beach. Inall
ended Tuesday night several letters and sent petitions
and for
Fore Base, a
87 Santa Gertrudls lots
e when Phillips M agreed to to the several Individuals time sold advertising In TheKlailmme ,
build a warehouse on their site In opposition to the proposed are entered,
Cattle to be the show
bordering Dellwood Park but underground storage are on
the TuseduFeed
not the controversial underground plant/ II* also said Harris had Store purchased after the death:: premises before ,.m. Tue*.
bulk storage tan 111. an opportunity to speak at the and day, Feb. II, and the show
rsM of the late Amos Taylor
I r They will now seek a sos Adjustment meeting and when the will officially open at I pm
will continue to
i Ing the Phillip Attorney Mr. J... Thacker business "remote menace control" Wednesday Feb. 19 Cattle
Station at Vine and Bay St. attempted to speak h* dlscour- while handling by the duties of are to remain In the barn until

The City Commission several sged her, chamber"TII. I p.m. Sunday
weeks ago approved a toningchange The firm had originally asked future of Klsslmme Cattle judging events are
(B-l) which would Mrs. Thacker to representthem slated for Thursday and Friday .
with the building coming on
be built with the parade of cattle ,I
allow the tank to but but Olson said after person looks real good and It I I. time
asked the board of adjustmentto had suggested that Phillips for us to get together to work champions In the show ring at Ii
give the final OK te the was trying to use her Influence fur I common cause .that lethe 1pm. Saturday, I"
plans.Last. the firm agreed with future of our community
RAY JACK BASS MURRAY: BRONSON HARRIS DANIEL week following a tern- Mr*. Thacker that she be allowed Berllnsky said. Th job to m*
8k Ke-electio After Collector's Sk Tax CdleeterBronson gerta RMlectioaDaniel ,.,..-..poeeci meeting of tho not te present the ease is I net just a job but It I I. the On the Air \\1
Board .f Adjustment they before the Commission Tuesday Interest In the community that o,1
threw U. matter back Into the night.City Direct breadraatlag of
Plans Boss to InTax SeeksReelection lap of the commission with makes It more than a j job. the Silver Spur Red.* has 1!
Ray half legal recourses svrramd- .ba aaaired by an agr*.. t.
Ing their move. meat Wlvecn" WHIT and
Race AgainGlenn For Tax Race Th Phillip* attorney Robert to PomleProblem r Police Puy'ext'rucsduy Ik* rede Miaagsateaf.Flf .
W. Olson of Orlando told tko I e e a..loot* live
Commission of tko Adjustftwnt NTh broadcastsrens Ike areas
Ray, current Clerk of Jack M. Bas Murray A, -Bro son an Harris 0. Daniel current meeting t are srb.dshd. l five tlsM* !
the Circuit Court, announced day ho will be a today lee would be a member of the 0c o1a County The Lurlc-s had Ute pH,1e dally during the' tbree-dsy
today he would be a candidatefor Tex Collector of O* for Tag Collector of Commission announced today (thOM who attended the mU battle for better ..... Oummlwlontr discussed: red*. Same el tilt ,....
......Itdlon.Ra County. County, k* would seek re-election to fog) worked up Into a frtnxy' rise for the ,.,department the possibility of transferringsome taste *U! 1 b* ",1., by
,, 69, hat served three The native Osceola Th gradual of Oacoola the seat he bold from the Slanderous about Mr remark Harrl were mad will com* tea head at nextTuesday's .f tile mode not now ,la," describing rod. M-
term for a total of 12 year resident, ran for Ux School and Orlando Jun third district. (Iii..wsnof : Klsslmme City being need by the fore (due lion, ethers .III 1 W later
In the clerk's offle four year ago against t College, wat born and H. was elected I* tile Commission tko Phillip's M jotbershla Commission meeting. te a staff shortage>)> to be ,!... sad hacllrOlIl4..lacll .
Before becoming Clerk In cumbent Ed Pound who! la Oseeola County H* In 1MO and served as for Oscoota have: been County"beard),U H*b ruwldaot bad ; Last Tuesday tilt subject used by the now overworked GareW sad HsnayIMS I

W3 .he was Tsx Assessor for cidd against .running 27 run eld.Bronaoa the Commission's chairman I tried.* ,: tern before the Commission' force ) "III/ b* aaaacr

1C years. year. I I. a member of the 1993.Tk. "Tho* who Ira beta lured at II. ,." and no action was Tk. following I.I the suggested covering Ik* total *vest
Bass 49, I I. associated .. sad bust fMk sad
A native of Illinois, the candidate Station Missionary It-year resident of Os- taken
the fuel oil and lass .. by th* LurW will regret their weekly pay plan for (,... Cook see suUtlng
cam to Osceota la 1925 Church tile Elk Club coota County said k. was seeking undoing\ If the underground Commissioner Don> Autrey tile police department submitted
and bas beta In public serviceever business n* well as Silver Spare re-election to "be able' Wa bulk/ storage should" bo Mn H* coked that a special meeting" tI y the Civil Service Baud with srrtBfenienl
Veterans Service Offic Tk csndldat was recently experience on the the WHIT, on the dial at
sine, with the exceptionof my ted 'In the W held for full study of
Because bl duties .rea. Chief fI' police, flM; se .. ...
of 1179 ka
four when he was to tko former Linda County Commission of 0cola. UralGustavo "matter, This will make the .n'
year Tk LurUs' X,
( ..
the Veteran Service and b .t.n' chief $Utj tcrgoanl, udl I I. "\eeJ..
Federal aaeodaUd with County U further tho successful high ***
of the First r..rtJI time the matter baa appeared
manager Lori
) have led Uw $MO .
patrolmen class
Bass said lie "realise father Axao Bronson. In hi | met, broadcast sick a
Association. now progress
and Loan pregrama the agenda.
Saving on
fight If ...
opposition te the
H. bas served a* commander (Continued on page cattle basin***. throughout the county. hog regulation change. Several) week ago Ik* Comlaalon $104: patrolmen, $'IM; probationary power *f loo arils.

of the American Legion for Dall I Ie a past president Olson said Ikat do. te a asked tk. Civil 8er. petrola.s,190.
two terns, president of tit* ., tko Rotary Club of KIs- rnvt by the LurW a ryretttaUv Ire Board te male recomnMOdatien -
Klwaais Club, and I* a SM- A GAZETTE TOUR .......... tile First Methodist trees tile gut Insurant for a poaelblo. pay adtu -
ber of Boy Scones Trustee Men's Club and the Lion Department canto teKUstmnus ..maL Thai did O.I*. Broadway Center Section
Board, and tko Episcopal dub of Charlotte Trnn***. and checked over j Myr Adrian Bovl said k. ,
Ckarck. 1 s H. to also. a member of tilt tko alUMtlo and told tile wild b* against starting a in Doubt
!. ItSO Ray served as Mayor Masons, Order of tk. Caster ample It wa sal U Its" Use MW pay seal' during. the wl441 Beautification
of 1t..1.....*. Star Ocola County' Taw tank nr the luMtvirioa. .* of the year
hgeryt saaater' deb, the KihnM*
Teeth CMBCI and a director Tk ",oW of beauty" down the nbutlfld\ section. r*>
WEATHER ., the Ckamber ., Common*. Award the center ef Broadway mains
TEMPERATURE After ftnkkfog kl.* fomulodiMaU Kissimmee FFA Chapter( brought ...*.tlOll. front tk* Commissioner Russell

H L RTO Iv = st + ** fas T......s.. tilt city fathers Tudy. night Tkacker\ suggested that Ik
i s r 1p randldato. w* kd in tfc* fd TV Uaelsssa Chapter 01 ifc* Florid State Fair In Tb* Chamber ef Comnwrc tie chamber
**. 2/4 71 rr .40 r and aeed lia ** leten .... the Fete. Fantor of Assortn Tamp Other winner were and tile City CommUslon. had city do tile encourage job but If sot the city to
Wed 2/1 II H Mnor. ti tag to Oetoob Onty H* I* kpter at Alaub a, Ft mad an arrangement for the
ka should take
wee n W09 Incise terbeing OIl project at
2/1 1Ot.zo q: s 1,1" nnwtJJtaa.. with nen Jasper Labell and fits te clear tfc* Inland dews of
U301 tfc* W. H. atert CoryenUon.H *n award winner In tfc*' fciton.Tk tile sskUl and thee ClIo the espease ClIo chamber's
Fri 2/7 I I. nurrM aad has two Mckani. ., fb4a AgrievP'' KlMlnun FFA ...,- Clamber through If* b**.U. next budget.Tk .
Sat. 1/' 7J 10 0 I clitoris, Mr*. Nancy D* Mn tore programs speed k>f ice bas 14) camber with n fi sties coasatitto would tab commission was told
Sot 2/t p II 0 ;, if :UOa, and labs IT. H. I* the Fr4 Trartor DMkr ., ,..**..* .* rogrant of eight. charge of tie pleating and rebolUmg. this' could be don before tile
Mo.. 111. 1131. n ...a..r *"f tfc* First aide FlocVi. acre of vegetable. and M rodeo oat weekend Feb. 11,
SEE PACE EIGHT di Cbenk. TV award was presented at acre ., .Issprored .*4ar**. But a* the rode *ppr** k.* 2* and 23.

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Gopher Derby Set as First Evening Event at Annual Livestock Show :


I Baby, Pet
I On Schedule 1 A )ugh ae,..... fsm "I.. Her, .... 1&mw' to
/eatartec Robert MiUJnaa M the 4Th fill the feature epeavtftf
a trapper of Me ...., OM Umunuiv at tk a...
Oceia Ci****** at the Areaoe Fek. U. 0. the theatre in St. dead.aUrrod n-F
Boater Derby wfll k.* the same WD I* "X, GetaU" with Stewart asnlhrdrt/ DM are r
rf a aerie ef veac o Shfley MacLame, highly. m- ta thta, the that of
a* tk* Mlh annual Kiss tertaiater MIl to J.,......,. the 2th-Pe* production after -
Page Two Th Oaw.l*. KitsiBn Fla Fek It. 1>*4 VsJbr Uvustocfc ..... For Sotdajr and MeMtof the the ..... mammal operation
..... at the A""" Arcade offer Jack Leauwm der the new Zaaawfc
I Car MI B... 441 and bin f.rt. ia "U der the regime early fa IS**.
II I FOR EIGHT DAYS BEUXMMi T t'aDA T. FB& U. 1H4THVBSBAT KaSOiamee ... Clause Tam TUB Tree" The fiha bin
$ (jI'
The Gopher Derky. Eastman ier.
(A.lNls k kNie.Iea ...... qea a MMeId pet and blest show*. Mrs. Bertha Hart, of Al
bee arranged praar, bay, Ga., caged on Mr. and -.w.d a.he M. i.u em4Amm
I YELLOW CANARY AT r r..w ,.... Juteseer
Mrs. Pearl Cortrigkt Sunday.Flower
a.,..*,..* of cowity
demo as the not is .. CLOUD TOMORROWPat ,. z-:;:; :::.em.r.,
It--M, Ow4 votary 12:11 pea. Oseeola' "CnJ Fair". Ruth eaar --. rej
It-Coli.ite Wetnaadt da* cord ,*,..,. I .... Sc Orad pejnfcItCar The Taint Skew, a Boone star In an action Far AH Occasions _
atop of a Iddnapped infant e
Ins 2I. at for .. -
FcWvary :
with the word"Canary"
** Oa Pan* at Bern. 2 to s.... Meet at Cos. 10.04.,. and a WS:00 Sa. son EWE HUGH'S I
..... as a key part of the +
Bond M tile first prize
The is Rod Ser. .
IS-Fwnda Cham W XiaaeMary Asa M4.e meetfe* at Firs" slip accept additional plot play by FLORIST !

Baptist Cbrch. I... ..... and lift .... Lonrfaeo* at SCJohn ( *.. Applicants sboaM be ting Barbara; other Eden player and Steve Include For 21 Broadway t47-4591 .
EpiaBa**! parish be*** at oon. tact Mr*. Rita
1>-Kaaajaeaee. Drmewtary P-TA TM .... Hick School cafe the Xar-Mil Shop 8t Louis rest.
teria. Moved pxagnm, by starfewta ill 44k, ft*, .... ...... or leave their Bane, Barry
la-X.... Lodge. S ,.... St. Oewd Hal pboa member end Nelda
It-Pine Needle CrafUr IJf ,.... Mrs Bay Faaft UK Kiasimmee Ed
13-Tow of Home, ......,.. by Kiasimasee GenIal Oak 14 Ca.arco.Entrants Coca- South Trail
p.m, starting from eemsMmfey ...... Tickets IIjOO.IS for tile ;
-"Strait Jacket" ...tb Joss en.,.... Open. Beacbaa. Or. Derky Wednesday, Feb. ; DRIVEINTHEATRE
: Undo. (through Wednesday) the baby bow, Tkunday. ....
1J-7be Global Affair wtth Bob Hope. Parkood Cinema Or. awfc. children pet allow .;
I Undo (through Wednesday day Feb. 21ft. need soul
12--Msn's Fsvont Sport' with Bock Hud**. Plata, Orlando ..... .
I (last da"IJNi&'bt ) reset Residents refistratioa.wishing to been ORLAMK. FLORIDA
nominated Parade. Ybor Oty, Tampa :
ehiUm pertidpatinc TI I C:R..FRL.SAT..13.14.15C.

Gopher Derby mr .. .. Y
filM ia f"IeM.I
phcr, turtle. etc. of
criptioB at Hunt ,. Cartoon, 7 p.m.
14-Mkblgan dub, 8t Cloud demminity hour noon who are fpon orinf tile the Ckaslni The S..,7-10
14-World Day of Prayer. Merrhants are asked to observe one EshibrU for the how I Follow fiat Dream, 7-40
minute of sileat prayer at 12 noon. All church bell wtti toll be erected Monday, spook Boats Poppia',955
at this time. Offering to World Missions.J4 or until noon Wednesday. of Shark River, 10:13
--Seven D.,. la Msy" with Frederick X.rda.J"1ua,.Or. acricttKaral center will: of Daytona 11:43
Undo, (through Fek. 27) to receive entries' In art U lads Speedway. Not only does It cover firs! windstorm, liability,
14-Hibiscus Circle, 2:30 ,... Therapy, borne of Mrs. Carl amic*, hobbies. crafts. Acroa The theft and many other risk, but the saving In rate
Kenton Roll. St., Mr. EdHh Maws esbodeu. flower Tuesday from on," Evrr5Usdee,11:53SIJN..MON..TL'E.,16.17.18 I is substantial. '
"Rampage"." and "My Geisha" opens at Arcade, Kiasimmee 9 ,.... InformaUon ,.,. ed_
(through Saturday) the latter may be II.,. If* going to moon money In your pocket to check
14The Yellow CaN"peas at Cloud, St. Cloud (through from Mr. Roth of!lost., on this policy. Call vs.LU .
Saturday) Clod or Earl Turner, .
14-Veteran* of World War I, B.nvklIOf.a. 7:30 ,... Onnc.G.J'deu Brahman Hotel, 1t1_ lead '7 p.... only
Community Building Some of Florida' "'.. The Chapman Report
14-Broadway Songbook, pop Concert, sponsored by Women's purebred, cattle will be fro* 9 p.m. onlyWEDNESDAY PFER'SInsurance
Committee Florida Symphony Orchestra, Auditorium. played at the\ Livestock ::
Orlando inrJodinr the how
Bran-Ma cattle of the FEB. 19

I SATURDAY: Sugar Company, their Family Coupon fghlComplte Agency
Oseeola County showing.Many program ia color
state eihibiU Broken 7:00-10SO
15-VFW quit, St Cloud 7:30 p.m. Tend 19181964
displayed her thi ,
16-Fleet Reserve nun meeting S p.m., American Legion Home the\ first time, along OaeEvcd jacks 8.30
St. Cloud Auxiliary at Woman' Club commercial been 12 Broadway-N Ta The Bank-847-4121
15-Cerebral Palsy Telethon Channel) 6, starts 11 p.... (through Farm machinery, Disney
Sunday, 4 p.m.)
IS-"Under th. Yum Yum Tree with Jack Lemmon, Arcade can, camper, and by
to exhibited In
Kisslmmee, (through Monday) the main building. of the '

SUNDAY limit will be the : .;..LI Ms ...
play of the Florida
ment Commiuion, t two i; I

1 -'Revival at First Christian Church runs thru February 21 taw Commission Nary, Disney bl.
: M
t, Ian asroptamt4 Defense+auNhrRl and an + ...-. = .. .

M 4 'i .. MOJMDAVJ Atrodroma of KI..IIIIIII.TIIo true
| *T- Oik ) new midway .
17--Serial SecuritjrrtprojntaUve, 9->, .m. to noon community back of the agricultural '64 JCT-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-lmpala Sport Coup.
house, Kisslmmee ing will be occupied by _
17-USWV auiitiary, St Cloud Hall, 2pm. den Amusement ,.' -
17-$t Cloud Klwanls, Park View, 6.39 p.m. The livestock show I.Drift.'J ;* I If.r
11-C. C. Moore will present program at Rotary ning concurrently the I
17--Troop 291 Boy Scouts, Scout Hut, 7ilt p.m. Craig Bell, SM three dare. Feb. 21, iH'.i
17.-Olrl; Scout Troop 611 2630 Beaumont Ace, I p.m. Mr*. with the Silver Spur .i-
'j Craig Bell17Explorer outstanding event of It t ,
Post 291, Explorer !Scout Hql 7i30 p.m., Lewis In the southeastern part P.4 +uM. .
Johnson adv. United States.THOMAS e.eae
17--Bethany Circle to meet at educational building Presbyterisn -
f Church I p.m.
ALL-NEW CHCVCLLE-Malibu Sport Coup
.Woman's of MANN
17-- Soolety Christian Service, First Methodist
i, Church. Miss Ferntndes will be guest speaker I p.m. AT FOUNDERS WEEK

Rollins College Is once

TUESDAY bustling with =- -.
for Its

it-Founder'* Week Rollins College, Winter Park (through Founders Week a time :: ;'.i
Feb. 24)) the college U often
''j IJ-E.ther Circle will meet at I pm. at home of Mr. C. A. spotlight of national : .
Ilitdebrand, Cypress Shore Urnatlonal attention. C
II-Troop 296 Boy Scout, Netaren Church 7:30 p.m. Paul or week, February JS.
t Harford CM February 24, Is Jam '64 THRIFTY CHEVY U-Nova Sport Coup
It.-Rev. C. H. Eiland, pastor of the First Baptist Church will with events, Inludlng a Oil
peak to the Klwanls Club In recognition of Brotherhoodweek. banquet, a convocation
college, an annual ;i

It--New England Club St Cloud Community House noon the trustee of the -
It-St Cloud Lions parkview, 7 p.m. an aillie,. picnic ,
It-.St Cloud Lions Parkview, 7 p.m. wide variety of
It-I.O.O.F St Cloud Hall I p.m. art exhibitions and r
It-Union Touri.t Club St Cloud, 7130 pm. events. _
It-.-Hunt Bros will present the program st the KAaT meeting The week also brings
national celebrities to
begin at 7 p." '
Florida. 64 SPORTY, MORE POWERFUL CORVAIR-Monia Club Coupe

Thomas C. Mann, ..
WEDNESDAY: cently flew to Panama J.

of the most delicate .....-.:; ..
19-Kisslmmee Valley Livestock show and Fair opens, 1:00: p m. cial diplomatic missions -
(through 6 p.m. Sunday) cent times, will -
19-8" Cloud Chamber of Commerce Parkview noon convocation on Monday '

1"--11:80 Railroad a.m.16Scouts .Club covered. dish, St Cloud community house, ing February 24. ri1

will attend First Methodist Church In a body, 11 a.m. NEW DATE FOR ,
service ERICA MORINI I : '64 EXCITING CORVETTE-Stlng Ray Sport Coup
19-Annual Hobby Show at community house, 1 to B p.m .
sponsored by KAST Club Central Florida Clvl
iaWoman's Club, St Cloud Mr.. Kenneth Duncan speaker. Association has set
Circle 0 hostess the date for Violinist MORE TO OFFER :

19-Day, Circle, 9:30: ..m., circle flower show Mortal to appear '. ( ) :

It-KI..lmm.19-Troop WJ Boy All State Scouts Tourist Scout list Club 7:00 Hubby: p.m.Show Norman| to I Cook p.m. of necessary the 14 winter date was : luxury cars, thrifty cars, sport cars, sporty cars, big cars, :

Community House tation difficulties. The small cars, long cars, short cars, family cars, personal cars
Needlework Guild 10 a.m., Mr*. George Clover ovsky opera, cancelled
I9 KA8T annual hobby show at community house, 1 to I p.m. the assassination of ,.,.
Kennedy, will be 45 DIFFERENT MODELS OF CARS

THURSDAY fall Civic: Music states. .
Two remaining CO
20-Legion Auxiliary executive committee, noon, Legion Home tills year's series on Why He stop at ywr Chevrolet......r'alslik.having your own prl vat*auto*h wAnd :
to.-Orlando Loch Haven Art Center Tour Homes., 10:30: a.m. and March II are as
to 2:30 p.m.10Friendship scheduled. if we had room here we could go on and list all the engines Chevrolet offers, :
Club, 12.30 p.m. Episcopal Parish house.
musical entertainment( ORLANDO TOUR OF ranging up to an extra-cost 425hp8 in the big Chevrolet And all the different :

-DeadliiM for purchasing 1M4 auto tags HOMES IS : transmissions. And the umpteen different exterior and interior color choices. :
20-Card Party, Woman'* Club of St Cloud, sponsored by Circle
No. 4 On February 20th / And the models with bucket seats and those without And the hundreds of :
20-Pine Noodle Grafters. 1SO p.m., Mr*. Ray Faulk Undo Loch Haven Art
ZO-keen Day In May" with Frederick March, Plata, Or. I* sponsoring a tour of different accessories, including the new extra-cost AM-FM radio. But that's best :
lando. (through Feb. 27)) from 10:30 d
: to 2.30,
2 -Founder's Week Rollin. College, Winter Park (through which there will be a left to your Chevrolet dealer. That and exactly: how reason :

24-Bill Monday Newman) will present program at Rotary at t, 4 the p.m.Art Center ..Guy.. able the price can be for you to be able to enjoy so much tar..m: !

24- Troop 291 Boy Scouts, Scout Hut 7:16: p.m. Craig Bell SM28Troop Outstanding home ,
8X by Mr. and Mr*. Union Tiff GlUT ntXWftV ratrMKQB De rsi.l Chmfe. Ctttvy Q Ctmfcr Cmtte :

SM 293 Boy Scout, Scout list 7:00: p.m, Norman Cook Robert Martin Scott.Anderson Ben and. rT .. .. .............. .. ........ .. ..Set.(ATM a1.pour.CtoroM Saurroom .. ........ ......___ ,

26-Troop 296 Boy Scout, Nataren Church 7:30: p.m. Paul Cuerney In Orlando ", ( ) to
Harford SU visited. ( i

26-Explorer Post 29; Explorer Scout: Hqt, ?:JO par, Lewis Tkketa: may be obtai" ...
Johnson adv. '' flM at the Loch STARLING CHEVROLET INC.
'24-Cub Scout Pack 296 Highlands Elementary !School Edward Center for this benefit, -. ,
Park '& contacting Mis Marilyn .
21. Girl Scout Troop Ml, 2830 Beaumont Ave, | ,.m. Mr*. trick. Klsalmnee or X.. KISSIMMK nORIDAJ :
Craig Bell.21Glodoes E. Fulford. tai Alamo
Circle, program, horticulture 2:30: p... Orlando

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World Day of Prayer Annual Service Set TomorrowBells I MAKINSON :

to Ring St Cloud Women

Jr., Presbyterian Church; and PATSY PRE8COTT TO HARDWAREFISHIN'
At Noon Hour Plan
; Mrs. L Sorenaon, Episcopal BE IN INTERCESSION
P. M.\ Church, will give prayers of
Service at One 2:30 Thanksgiving." .
Patsy Prescott, Internationally
Mr*. Carl Pain' and Mrs. 0. known gospel singer, will TACKLEHEADQUARTERS
Klssimmee'l churches will United Church Women of Gerald Blake of PInt Metho- appear at the Intercession
join hands tomorrow for the St. Cloud have Invited all diet Church will rm prayer City Christian and Missionary
annual World Day of Prayer. church women of the community of intercession. MHano Church Sunday, Feb.
All church belie will ring at to join with them In observance Miss Gertrude Pamperrien, 10th at 11 a.m.
noon and all buiineMei and The GasetU, Kltsimme, Flm, Feb. IS, 1964-Pag* Three of the 78th World treasurer, will take charge of She has appeared on radio,
home have been requested to Day of Prayer tomorrow at the offertory. TV and on records and her
observe one minute of silence First Methodist Church 1:30
: 'Western .
Mrs. A. E. Depew, Mrs. T. Gospel Roundup"
Throughout the world the
p.m. L. Schrieber and Mrs. William
tame thing will happen. Them for the 1M4 service Mn S
Services will be held at 1p.m I I. "Let U* Pray. Th. Invocation Dawson accompanied by PHOti
M. D. Trombley at the piano
at the First Presbyterian and ScrIpture readingwill 111tttttltet
Church with nine churches re be given by Mrs. Emmons will present a musical pro $47481Khslmmll t111111Na t

presented In the program T Day, president of United arain. i t.i o4V ARE NaRowaTi
Usher will be Mme.. W
planned to last one hour. Church Women.
According to Mrs. Martha Mrs. George McCardle, Bum, H. Henderson, E. A. ii IIx
Marshall, coordinator of the 4f chairman of the service, will Lay, James Renneker, Orpha .
program for the Klsslmme talk on the meaning of the Smith and Miss C. Ssundsrs. n11tIN1 ao
church women, Father Wen day. Meditation, prayer "An Women In laO countries and uu w
dal Hainlin, of St. Johns Epls- Act of Concern" will be given areas circling the globe, will y Nll aa
copal The Rev. Carl W. Beat- by Mrs. Robert Flak of First be observing: World Day of Dry glan.rsImyd.r
ty of the Free MethMIst Presbyterian Church. Prayer. Prayer and giving\ for
Church, The Rev. Dorr Van Mr*. W. Cawthorne, Episcopal world-wld missions are the SlM. 1915
Etten of the First PresbyterIan Church; Mrs. J, i. Griffin primary purpose. 100 Iry." 1tr..tTHIRTYTHIRD
Church, The Rev. Jimmy .
Cox of First Christian Church
and The Rev. Eiland of the I
First Baptist Church will take l wa
part in the program. SEMI-ANNUAL
The major part of World
Day of Prayer offerings goes
to project which are continued SILVER SPURS RODEOAND
yearly. Primary among
these are: 50
Contributions to the support
) -rrrrrrFreerrrrra
of 12 women's colleges In a
Africa, India Pakistan, Japan ALL POPULAR FISH HOOKS
Korea, Hong Kong, and
PATTY AND LINDA THOMPSON daughter* of Hollls
Taiwan. Thompson presented a singing recital to the Men' Club of
Also to provide Christian TWENTIETH ANNUAL
literature for women and the Methodist Church In St. Cloud Monday night at their 6 for 5

children In Africa, Asia and meeting. --.rrrrrrrreFISHING
Latin America, for provision
among Indian American youth Dr. Bovenkerk to SpeakAt :
and assistance In transition

to In urban addition Mrs. Marshall, Chain of MissionsDr. p from 2C each.rrrr.rrrr.

Mrs. Yates of Seventh Day UYESTOCK SHOW RODEOAND ------- -

Adventists, Mrs.Dorr Van Henry 0. Bovenkerkwill '
Etten of First Presbyterian join the Rev. Harold Voel-
Church, Dr. Olive Fish of kel and Dr. L. M. McCoy at a COUNTY FAIR t, l.k n-lM NitM H. OM<
First Presbyterian, Mrs. EarlD. at the Florida Chainof .lit S. Mm Inn *'<-. .....
Clark of First Methodist, speaker p"I.N p, Il 20c
Mrs. J. H. Patterson of Calvary Mission meeting her to. ant /./ t l s k .... ... ....... .......... per spoolrrrrwrrrrrra
day. Is t 'S,M timttttM daces lea w f iclI. lobs
Jennie Phillips a MMMMS IN t m.
Chapel, Mrs. service will beheld P.IIw t if.w sense I p. a.Tkm ....
The first (" If* 11-riMl Mamma
of the First Christian M.M M el Nested I _
| .
the First Baptist t M P a fiwMMtNM el (l..p.m
Church, Mr. Agnes Brlnson at L5,teen If ta, deals. UNLSSwMtlil.MrK BAITS
Church at 10:30: a.m., followedby .. (. s54N.I.e.4.' Py she p. BAITS
Church t-
of the First Baptist 12:30 at the h 1 "' from
at -
Mrs. Rachel King of the Shin. a luncheon : s lr .iss.u..a
St. John'* Episcopal Church. /.1.11-Pt trat WfH (MI* sr FlIES
Creek Methodist and Mr* 49c
gl* The evening service at 7:30: 1 1 a, btkMM dn..IS N I*. FOR 10010 RISUVATIONt
of St. John'sEpiscopal.
Patsy Manning ,
will also be held at the First Ir,4r.lkawP.tsal, M. rl-Nra si (Mh hemp!> Cent d AI Hunt N7.3621Hunt aVo*. from J
Church.Dr. .
Baptist ww I P a Ace h..P tr. s / P.r .
MORMON OFFICIALS Bovenkerk I.I acting. sm.M.n-tmtnl* MMWi epa TKUTJ AlSO MTAINAIU AT H. UOUD MOnt SUNDIY ITOKL 20c f<: t 1l
SPOKE HERE SUNDAY secretary for business and finance II saw ens' d.4 /P. m. 3000 Reserved Scot Under Roof .
of the Committee on
Speakers at the evening World Literacy and Christian 'LURESr -

service on Sunday at the Literature of the Division of ttniVID SlATS [ledaMstle! ) Ainltt '1.00 Qld.2.0001)1IAA1 ,/' ,
Church of Jesus Christ of Foreign Missions, National ( from
Latter Day Saints were: Far. Council of Church I ADMISSION [IIeadIenJ] Add, ,, '2.00 OM.. '..00 ... 1 .'. ...- 75c
rell A. Munns, president of Lit and LU assists In th* DR. BOVENKERK A.
the Orlando State and Jamas?Development of literacy programs
. Morris Justesen, High Collt and the production of .
cllman. A young adulty9mnl- Christian Literature In more & .
ber of the priesthood, Carl than 60 countries and In meeting -
Wayne Wadsworth also spoke Its resposibllitle coordinate FISHING TACKU,
the service. the work of 40 Christian II/C01Sit
j during TADS, RODS, IULS,
Meeting scheduled at the mission boards and agencies
Orlando Stake House for Saturday related to the National Council UNI AU IRANDt, W f/UtttIN0 RUl

February 29th, are a* f RiaS TYF1S
follow.: S t a k e Presidency Dr. Bovenkerk joined the
meeting, 1 pint Stake Presidency staff of Lit and Lit after --. ......
and Geneology chair. having served M executive l ..
--D 1
man, 3 p.m.; Sunday School secretary for East Asia and RODS- -.:
Board meeting, 4 p.m.; Stake treasurer of the board of -
Board of Education, 6 p.m.; world mission of the Reformed C --.
Sunday School Leadership Church In America. '2.39
meeting, 8 p.m.; Seminary He has also served as executive
Teachers, 6 p.m. Leader of secretary of the Japan
thes department In the St. International Christian Unlverslty This is the bottom of our line. f HANDS
Cloud-Kiwimmee branch are Foundation and the In- (Tempest Sports Coupe) TACKLE
urged to attend these very important terboard Committee for LIKES
sessions. Christian 'work In Japan. I lOX IS
1 keen '1"

Public '
Notice of HearingThe (;
I .i; $.,..' OL' JIM
,. ... ...r 41'\it '. MINNOW
Board of Adjustment will meet at 4:00: P.M. EAGLE CLAW
Monday, March 2,1964, City Commission Room, > > ';" (RIMI4URISHAKKMAII

City Hall to hear the (following: hem 79'

1. Request of George E. Beauchamp for a muiciR

variance to erect a 4Vii8 electrically lighted :r, (DALTON

sign on the following described property: ,' t Ttui mm

Block 0, Orange Gardens Inc. (located at ., WIN EVANS
the comer of Vine and Thacker). 1 X299 No'AIIIr

This is a Public Hearing and any interested prop rA f ROOOT !

erty owner will be heard regarding the application. JHTJTHfAWfAW I



P. O. Bet Ill



bid shall b* received In the Commission Boom (Pomia Grand Prix) M
City Halo Kiasimmee, Florida until 10 ,..... Tuesday,
February 25 1M4, ea the following Surplus EquIp.....&.

LIST OF SURPLUS: EQUIPMENTMake There are 28 models in betneen- .

Cyl Type Model Year Ideal. Me

Ford I TRY NT 1141 S17MS Pontiac Pontiacs. :J IT'S FISHING, TACKLE YOU NlfO_.

Ford 6 TRY HT It" I7HTU1S4 Pontiac Tempests. Jw
Dodge 1 Pickup\ B2B10 1t50 T17ZM80 / STOP BY MAKINSON HARDWARE I
DP 147 DBASU1I9 Pontiac Le 1fans. """ ''*W
Ch v. 1 Pickup\ 5ILICTICOf I
FordDodge 1 Pickup\ tHYFL INS I7HY11SJ7
1 TEE B3GA1 1M1 T>142 4. Pontiac GTOs. 1'f, TACKLI TOWNAND HINTS 0
C. M. C. 8 TRY S&M 1M4 FT229S Sixes. V8s. All with \\1deTrack.i i q
i i'by
Cfcer. 0 taX WUA Iii LEAT4MU All with Pbntiac-style styling. ,
Chew 8 TaJ YKC1C IMS FCA83MJ4 ,
Cftev.Cker.. 1 TRK WUA 1.5.1 LEAM7IU \\ would anyone go looking :O II 1.'F -_ 9f
else for ?
anywhere a car
Jell I JPA 11.\ 1M1 UC70S7IVkus ". ,
Dodge 1 PkkB* XCD10 1M7 1241742Tetal I

II Unit Fewer and fewer people are. 1?,

moipment ell k. seen st die Paths Yetis D.$. See yew .....".,..! ****** **kr -r4t:
Bid mast be svbejitted aecordiag U ..saber aM ssrr1p- felt. wWI Bloke of Wide-Tracks n4 aood' awed cars toes '.
Hoe feed e* wiwbhieU ef tr ck. ;.'.
Bids ahaB be submitted fat ***eloyee UHty started
Ole right t* reject ay er all Mda wmrre rc larttb*. e* ."TwB wffnl Twl HOW Vn BwdsMi .
tab ear etfcer settee sjeceeeary to Tt. the beet 4 .
1at4n8t ., taW CM*. 10 EMMETT ST. KISSIMMEE, FLA. aao WAY



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i Derby Set as First Event at Annual Livestock Show :

Baby, Pet

-N On Schedule 'I jungle adventure' film "Take Her, She's Mine" fe
featuring Robert Mrtchum asa the title of the feature openIng -
trapper of big game, opensat tomorrow at the Cloud
Osceola County's Annual the Arcade Feb. IS. On the theatre In St Cloud. Jimmy
Gopher Derby will be the first I same bill Is "My Geisha" with Stewart and Sandra Dee are
of a series of evening eventsat Shiley MacLaine, highly entertaining starred In this, the first of
the BOth annual Klsslmmee and In Japan-color the 30th.Fox productions after I

Page Two-The Gazette, Klssimmee, Fla., Feb. 13, 1964 Valley Livestock Show, Feb. For Sunday and Monday the the studio resumed operations -
I 19-28, at the Agricultural Arcade offers Jack Lemmonand under the new Zanuck
' Center on Route 441, between his girls in "Under the regime early in 1968.
I FOR EIGHT DAYS BEGINNING THURSDAY, FEB. 13, use Kleslmmee and St. Cloud. Set Ready For Yum Yum Tree" The film II $ (/ti
:\ The Gopher Derby, baby, in Eastman color. ( iIt
(Asterisk Indicates events open to public) pet and talent shows, have Mrs. Bertha Hart, of Albany .
been arranged primarily for Guild Production Ga., called on Mr. and ._" Mwt'.. .. INn neJn-
I THURSDAY participation of county residents YELLOW CANARY AT Mrs. Pearl Cortrlght Sunday. lot Cnrtnl e'l..ra ,1Mwur

as the event is billed as CLOUD TOMORROWPat r.". IaN, !.;.; ,',::N sam t'::;
13-St. Cloud Rotary, 12:15: p.m. Osceola's ''Count, Fair". Louis French, staging chairman Mount and his assls cot, Ruth ..ufH Ii..., -..
I 13-Catholic Woman's Club card party, 1 p.m. St. Cloud parish The Talent Show, Saturday, of the Footlight Theatre Abbett, his cast and crew, a Boone stars In an action Flowers For All Occasions .
house Guild and technical director of completely dressed set for story of a kidnapped Infant -
February 22, 7:80: p.m., with f w or .w errww"r
i 13-Garden Club parade of Homes, 2 to S p.m. Meet at Community trophies and a $25.00 Savings "You Cant Take It With the final two and a half week son with the word ELLIE HUGH'S nJL.
You has "Canary" M a key part of the
House announced the completion of rehearsal.
Bond the first
i 13-Florida Chain of Missionary Assemblies meeting at FirstBaptist still accept as additional prize en of the set for the Director Mount has chosen plot. The play Is by Rod Ser FLORIST .,

Church, 10:30: cam and 7:30: p.m. Luncheon at St. trants. Applicants should contact forthcoming play to be presented the following people to be ling; other players include 847-4S91 .
25 Broadway
I I Johns Eplacopsl parish house at noon. Mrs. Rita Boudrleau of on Feb. 27, 28, and 29, members of the technical Barbara Eden and Steve I i-
i 13-Klsslmmee Elementary P-TA, 7:30: p.m. High School cafe the Mar-Mil Shop, St Cloud, at the Art and Culture Cen: staff: set construction, Louis .
teria. Musical program by students In 4th, 6th, 6th, grades or leave their name, address, ter.Using French; set design, Barry
I 13-Masonic Lodge, 8 p.m., St. Cloud 11.11 phone number and talent at a "captive" labor Mount; set decoration, Nelda
I 13-Pine Needle Craften,1:30: p.m., Mrs. Ray Faulk the Klsilmmee Chamber of force composed of members Tarcal; stage manager, Ed
13-Tour of Homes, sponsored by Klsslmmee Garden Club. 2-8 Commerce. of the cast and crew of the Phay; properties, Peter COCA- South Trail
p.m., starting from community house. Tickets $1.00, Entrants for the Gopher next production, French guided ranch; make up, Theta Rupert;
13-"Str lt Jacket" with Joan Crawford. Opens Beachsm, Orlando Derby, Wednesday, Feb. 19th; the group In the effort On costumes, Pansy Brisbin; DRIVEINTHEATRE
(through Wednesday) the baby show, Thursday, Feb. Saturday night, February 7, sound effects, Melba Feuer-
13-"The Global Affair with Bob Hope, Parkwood Cinema, Orlando 20th, chlldrens pet show, Friday In three hours, the flats were stein; phoetlcs, Gill Brooks;
(through Wednesday) Feb. 21st, need no advance erected, walls and woodworkon lighting, Fred Brisbin; and
13-"Man's Favorite Sport" with Rock Hudson, Plaza, Orlando registration the set were painted and portraiture, Frances Snyder.
(last day) Residents wishing to aid the the furniture was put In place. Danny Dickaon has been ORLANDO FLORIDA
13-Night Illuminated Parade, Ybor City, Tampa children participating In the This will give Director Barry added to the cast T11UR..FRI..SAT.,13.14.15I

Gopher Derby may leave gophers L
FRIDAY turtles, etc. of any description J Complete program"" filmed la florid..,

at Hunt Brothers, HOBBY SHOW TO BEHELD 2:80: p.m., will be The Systemof Cartoon, 1 p.m.
I 14-Michigan Club, St. Cloud community house, noon who are sponsoring the event WEDNESDAY Free Enterprise and the Chasing The Sun, 7:10:
14-World Day of Prayer. Merchants are asked to observe one Exhibits for the show maybe American Tradition I Follow That Dream, 7:40:
minute of silent prayer at 12 noon. All church bells will toll erected Monday, Tuesday, Preparations are In the Sarnoff was asked to speak Boats A I'oppln', 9:55:
at this time. Offering to World Missions. or until noon Wednesday. The making for a highly successful because he represents one of Shark River, 10:13:
14-"Seven Days Is May" with Frederick March, ,Plats, Orlando agricultural center will opento hobby show to be held by the leading voices In behalf of
(through Feb. 27)) receive entries In art, ceramics the Klsslmmee All States American free !competition, Daytona Speedway, 11:43: Not only doe It cover fire, windstorm, liability,
14-Hibiscus Circle, 2:30: p.m. Therapy, home of Mr. Carl hobbles, crafts, and Tourist Club Wednesday, Feb, McKean pointed out. Winds Across The theft and many other risks, but the) saving In rates
Kenton, Rolfe St., Mrs. Edith Maxen, co-hostess. flowers, Tuesday from 7 to 19, from 1 to 5 p.m. "Socialism Is slogging on," Evergladee,11:53 Is substantial
"Rampage" and "My Geisha" opens at Arcade, Klsslmmee 9 p.m Information regarding Anyone having collectionsof McKean declared, "In educa-
(through Saturday) the latter may be secured Interest, handwork, paintIngs tlon as In other areas of liv SUN.-MON..TUE.,16.17.18 It's going to mean money In your pocket to checkon
14-"The Yellow Canary" opens at Cloud, St. Cloud (through from Mrs. Ruth Watson St. or hobbles of any kind Is ing. It Is particularly appropriate of Honor this policy. Call us.
the Invited to enter the show The Twilight
Saturday) Cloud, or Earl Turner, at therefore, that private
14-Veterans of World War I, Barracks 1068, 7:30: p.m. Orange Brahman Hotel, Klsilmmee. committee In charge consistsof educational Institutions lead 7 p.ra. only
Gardens Community Building Some of Florida's finest Mrs. AI Milling, Emogene the way In re-focusing emphasis The Chapman Report
14-Broadway Songbook, Pops Concert, sponsored by Women's purebred cattle will be displayed Smith, Kitty Hamilton, Fay on our democratic freedoms 9 p.m. onlyWEDNESDAYFER,19 LUPFER'SInsurance
Committee, Florida Symphony Orchestra, Auditorium, at the Livestock Show, Cox, Lula Taylorf' Minnie Wager of thought and personal
Orlando Including the show herd of and Rena Atkins. action."
Brahman cattle of the U. S.

f i SATURDAY Sugar Company, their first NEW SCREEN INSTALLEDAT Family Coupon Night Agency
Osceola in color
County showing. ARCADE THEATRE WALT DISNEY SHOWS Complete program
\ 15-VFW quiz, St Cloud, 7:30: p.m. Many state exhibits will be COMING TO ARCADE Broken Land, 700.1050: : 19181964
I 16-Fleet Reserve aisn. meeting, 8 p.m., American Legion Home displayed here this year for Installation of a new Cine One Eyed Jacks, 8:30:
the first time, along with mascope screen and decorative
St. Cloud Auxiliary at Woman's Club Arrangements have been 12 Ntxt To The Bank
many commercial exhibits. drapery was completed last Broadway- -847-4121
IS-Cerebral Palsy Telethon, Channel 6, starts 11
p.m. (through Farm machinery, trucks, week at the Arcade Theatre made to show Walt Disney
Sunday, 4pm ) and trailers Arnold of the screen features at the Arcade -
cars, camper., owner .
IS-"Under the Yum Yum Tree' with Jack Lemmon Arcade
Theatre it is announced
will be exhibited In front of property, was In Klssimmee to by
r- KIsBimmee (through Monday) the "main building Special In. screen and other minor alter. John Roehrich, manager of the r'-
tereit will be the mobile displays personally take charge of the local movie house. Owner Arnold e
SUNllAY16'Revival of the Florida Development a tlon.. Hay nee has perfected arrangements bri .
Commission, Florida Citrus which permit two- r

'. at First Christian Church, runs thru February 21 Commission, Navy, Civilian day bookings of the Disney
Defense and an antique PARIS THE STORY features "This will enable us j .e.... y
f o MONDAl .ropt..41'Of'At..Rh..Ir.A.rodrome .-OF HIGH I' SHION-". .... J.riBg.UJCiaalaimaa ms..e....', yM.e ,
It .')". ...... of Klsilmmee. these shows which are true
A special program detailing family entertainment"
:"fc $iw The new midway area In
17-Serial Security reptisyMatlve, TTi m. to noon, community the creative and manual '64
back of the agricultural buildIng JET-SMOOTH LUXURY CHEVROLET-lmpala Sport Coup
.. ,
(I house, Klsilmmee will be occupied by Shel- arts required to produce anew .<,... -..,
c 17-USWV auxiliary, St Cloud U.1I\ p.m den Amusement Enterprises. Paris fashion line Is set .
17-St. Cloud Klwanls, Park View, 8.30: p.m. The \livestock show Is running In the Paris salon of famed Original Oil Paintings .
17-K, C. Moore will present program at Rotary the last couturier Pierre Car din.I :, :
17 Troop 291 Scouts Scout Hut Madame Helen Gordon Lasar- .y .
Boy ,
7:15: p.m. Craig Bell\, SM three day., Feb. 21, 22, 23,
17-Ctrl Scout Troop 681, 2S30 Beaumont Aev, a p.m Mrs. with the Silver Spurs Rodeo, eff, editor of "Elle," and various LAURA BRET LIR.PtTTIS -- '
Craig Bell17Explorer \ people Involved In the
outstanding event of Its kind .,
Post Ill, Explorer Scout Hqt., 7:30: p.m., Lewis In the southeastern part of the Cardln, collection narrate the IAniNe am IWOIIAIL'fIKD ..- ",
Johnson, adv. story Sunday, February 18
I' 17-Bethany Circle to meet at educational building Presby United States 10-11 p.m. EST.). COLOR.
laden Church, 8 p.m
17-Woman's Soolety of Christian Service, First Methodist THOMAS MANN SPEAKS ALL-NEW CHEVELLE-Malibu Sport Coup
Church. Miss Fernandez will be guest speaker, a p.m AT FOUNDERS WEEK SARNOFF TO SPEAK ON PIZZA r
f f Rollins\ College\ Is once again .1.

TUESDAY bustling with activities In Gen. David Sarnoff, FREEZETTE -,- .- _-=-,-'
preparation for Its annual chairman of the board of Radio DRIVE-IN r -

18-Founder's Week, Rollins College\ Winter Park (through Founder. Week, a time when Corporation of Americaand
Feb. 24)) the college\ Is often In the director of the National '
I 18-Either Circle will meet at 2 pm. at home of Mrs. C. A, spotlight of national and International Broadcasting Company, will LUBRICATING- ;iilfi'; i ,- .
'I:j Hlldebrand) Cypress Shores attention. Found. be a leading contributor to the and -
-Troop 21)5 Boy Scout., Nazarene Church, 7:30: p.m., Paul ers week, February 18 through 37th annual Rollins College
Harford, CM February 24, Is jam packed Animated Magazine Sunday, OIL CHANGES '64 THRIFTY CHEVY H-Nova Sport Coupe
18-Rev. C. II. ElUnd, pastor of the First Baptist Church will with events, inludlng a formal February 23, Rollins President Smifty'i American Oil __n- ... ... _
speak to the Kiwanis Club In recognition of Brotherhoodweek. banquet a convocation of the Hugh F. McKean hu an. AT TNIFactory .
college, an annual meeting of nounced. SHOPPING CINm .,
18-New England Club, St Cloud Community House, noon the trustees of the college, The Animated Magazine, '
18-St Cloud Lions, Parkview, 1 p.m an all-college picnic, and a so called because the ".11. -. I
18-St. Cloud Lions, Parkview, 7 p.m. wide variety of theatricals, thors" read or present their Fresh is)
lg-J.OO.K., St. Cloud 11.18\ p.m. art exhibitions and musical "articles" In person, will climax ,RUSSELL 1 STOVER V
18-Union Tourist Club, St Cloud, 7:30: pm. events. the 1904 Rollins Founders y..eyCAND1ESlead _" _
18-Hunt Bro. will present the program at the KAST, meeting The week also brings many Week, scheduled 1724.
begins at 7 p.m, national celebrities to Central Theme of this year's edition asele.l.ety. at '
Florida. to be "published" in ST. CLOUD HOTEL 64 SPORTY, MORE POWERFUL CORVAIR-Monza Club Coupe
WEDNESDAY Thomas C. Mann, who recently Knowles Memorial Chapel at Sandy. Aep
flew to Panama on one \
of the most delicate and cru ..-
.. .:; ._
19-Klsslmmee Valley Livestock show and Fair opens, 1.00: jt.m. rial diplomatic missions of recent Notice of Public d.
(through II p.m. Sunday) times, will address the HearingThe
19-St Cloud Chamber of Commerce, Parkview, noon convocation on Monday mornIng .

19-Railroad 11:30: ...m.18Soouta .Club covered dish, St. Cloud community house, February 24. Board of Adjustment will meet at 7:30: p.m. ,

will attend First Methodist Church In a body, 11 a.m. NEW DATE FOR Monday, March 2,1964, City Commission Room,
service ERICA MOR1NI City Hall to hear the following: '64 EXCITING CORVETTE-Stlng Ray Sport
19-Annual Hobby Show at community house, 1 to ft p.m., 1, Request of Osceola Petroleum Products
sponsored by KAST Club Central Florida Civic Music
19Womsn's Club, St Cloud, Mrs. Kenneth Duncan speaker Association has set April 7 as for a Special Exception to construct and operate
Circle 8 hostess the date. for Violinist Erica a wholesale petroleum business in a YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER HAS MORE TO OFFER:

19-Daylily Circle, 9:30: a.m., circle flower show Morlnl to appear. Cancellationof B-3 (Commercial Business) District on the .
19-Troop 293 Boy Scouts, Scout Hut, 7:00: pot Norman Cook, the Jan. 14 date was made :
following described property: luxury cars, thrifty cars, sport cars sporty cars big cars
19-Klsslmmee All States Tourist Club Hobby Show 1 to 6 p.m. necessary by winter transportation ,
Community louse difficulties The Gold- Lots 12 thru 19, R. P. Robinson's Subd. of small cars, long cars, short cars, family cars, personal cars
19-Needlework Guild, 10 a m., Mrs George Clover ovsky opera, cancelled due to Blocks B2 and Q7 Rob't. Bass Addition.
19-KAST annual hobby show at community house, 1 to S the assassination of President
Kennedy, will be booked for This U a Public Hearing and any interested property 45 DIFFERENT MODELS OF CARSWhy :
THURSDAY fall Civic:\ Music dates owner will be heard regarding the application.
Two remaining concerts in
20--ter.lon Auxiliary executive committee, noon, Legion Home this year's series on March 8 BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTCITY one stop at your Chevrolet d.aler' having your own private auto how
20-Orlando Loch Haven Art Center Tour of Homes, 10.30: a.m. and March 18 are as originally OF KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
to 2.30: scheduled. And if we had room here we could go on and list all the engines Chevrolet offers, ;
Club, 12:30: p.m. Episcopal Parish house Special
musical entertainment ORLANDO TOUR OF ranging up to an extra-cost 425-hp V8 in the big Chevrolet. And all the different :

2Q 20--Card Desdline Party for, W purchasing man's Club 1984 of St auto Cloud tags, sponsored by Circle HOMES IS SCHEDULED: transmissions. And the umpteen different exterior and interior color choices. :

No. I On February 20th the Or NOTICE or riBUC HIAWXCN :' And the models with bucket seats and those without. And the hundreds of
20-Pine Needle CrafUrs, 1:30 pm., Mrs. Ray Faulk lando Loch Haven Art CenterIs
20-"Seven Days la Ma," with Frederick March, Plaza, Or- sponsoring a tour of homes different accessories, including the new extra-cost AM-FM radio. But that's best :
lando. (through Feb. 27)) from 10.30: to 2.30, after ..k.. k |ira t.ill UnniuJ pulm skis OW Z..U| c-....a .,
20-Founder's Week, Rollins College, Winter Park (through which there will be a receptionat *. coy .( KM. **W fUrM. ..0 hell a NUie H.wia|M ... left to your Chevrolet dealer. That and exactly how reasonable _ j
Monday) the Art Center room 11 &.M RIO P.... !. the City c........a 1* .,qty the
be for be able
24-Bill Newman will present program at Rotary to 4 p.ra. 0.'". to kMr,say eel tO ,...... (UncMUe. UM leS..t.g Arylinee.o price can you to to enjoy so( much car. :
24-Troop 291 Boy Scouts, Scout Hut 7lft p.m. Craig Bell, SM Outstanding homes owned Sewatag
SM by Mr. and Mrs. Union Allen, TK CHAT HCKftU MIT MUCK i CtMvrstet Cktvtfa. awry D. Ceo er. Curve tie :

28-SM Troop 293 Boy Scout, Scout Hut. 7:00: p.m., Norman Cook, Martin Robert Scott.Anderson Ben and Oehlert Thomas Jr. ... ., IU>.. V. BM U awe she MM ......... f"P"71, .. ........... .. . ..SM Uttm at.your.CAmoirf Showroom ... ... ................ :
25-Troop 295 Boy Scout, Nazarene Church 7:30: p.m. Paul Guerney In Orlando will be Lass t si S, Bbc S.s... rWU I t. *OT,. rear I flSMHQ *.
Harford SM visited. RC-I (..lu0." haul* MM). l:

25-Explorer post It{ Explorer Scout Hqt, |:30 p.ra.. Lewis Tickets may be obtained for
Johnson adv. $2.60 at the Loch Haven Art Tk......... tl this r.,r>"7 at w Sua seas H 555 ReJvssd STARLING CHEVROLET INC. !
... ....... k.... n-a..lsm.lZOSING
24-Cub Scout Pack 196, Highlands' ....' Elementary School, Edward Center for this benefit, or by she.4k. el the .a she pmpeesy ,
Park contacting Miss Marilyn Die. :
24-CM Scout Troop 581, 2530 Beaumont Ave, 3 ,.11I., Mrs trie*, Klaslntmee or Mrs. W. :' :' anun loan KISSIMMK FLORIDA :
Craig Bell21Gloriosa E. nI, 1221 Alamo Drift or USIMMU
Circle, program, hartkukun,130: p.m, Orlando:

L f_ j'_ _,.- .. __t LGopher

,. .

Day of Prayer Annual Service Set TomorrowBells MAKINSON

to Ring St. Cloud Women n

Jr., Presbyterian Church; and PATSY PRB8COTT TO HARDWAREFISHIN'
At Noon Hour Plan ServicesAt
; Mrs U Sereiwen, BptaeopalChwrph BE IN INTERCESSION
will glee prayers of
Service at One 2:30: P. M. Thanksgiving.
Patoy Prescott, InUrnatlon-
Mrs Carl Pain and Mrs. 0 ally known gospel singer, will TACKLEHEADQUARTERS
kiiiimmrt'i church will United Church Women of Gerald Blake of Pint Metho- appear at the Inter esslon
join hind tomorrow for the St Cloud have Invited all diet Church will glee prayer OHjr Christian and Missionary
annual l World Day of Prayer. church women of the community of Intercession, tlliaiKw Church Sunday, Feb
All church bells will ring at to Join with them In observance Miss Gertrude Pamperrlen iSth, at U ..m.
noon and all businesses and The Gazette, Kisslmmee, Fla. Feb IS, 1964-Page ThreePATrY of the 78th World treasurer will take charge of She has appeared on radio,
hornet have been requested to Day of Prayer tomorrow at the offertory TV and on records and her
observe one minute of ilence 'v- First Methodist Church S:30pm. Mrs. A. E. Depew, Mrs T Western Gospel Roundup".
Throughout the world the .
L. Schrleber and Mrs. William .
same thing will happen Theme for the 1M4 service .
Dawson, accompanied by ,
Service will be held at 1 I.I "Let Us Pray The invocation PHO" .
at the First ; M. D. Trombley at the piano \'"
p.m. Presbyterian t. and Scripture reading -- ,"
Church with nine churche* represented will be given by Mr*. Emmons will present a musical pro. $4732$1r f ollltllta : '

In the programplanned Day, president of UnitedChurch gram.Ushers. W D IVA R E HI\RD\Y\
to last. one hour Women. will be Mmes tNA
According to Mri Martha Mr*. George ),f eC ar ell., Burns, H. Henderson E A. l J lOOTs..
Marshall, coordinator of the 4t chairman of the service, will Lay, James Renneker Orpha TLu .1 dil1171N
program for the Klssimmee talk on the meaning of the Smith and Miss G. Saunder 1' ..{:
church women, Father Wen- day Meditation, prayer "An Women In ISO countries and 1i11:I 10111 ., GIllIS-AIUJ
dal Halnlin, of St Johns circling the globe, will r,, M a
Episcopal Act of Concern" will be given areas ..'i.\ p
Till Rev Carl W. Scat by Mrs. Robert Fisk of First be observing World Day of Kbilmmoo Dry QoanorsS .:. II'r.IMInJWllHf.
ty of the Free McthBdlst Presbyterian Church. Prayer. Prayer and giving for I .I
Church, The Rev Dorr Van Mrs. W. Cawthorne, Episcopal worldwide mission are the ytoatliK*> 191S ... 1
Etten of the First PresbyterIan Church; Mrs. J. J. Griffin primary purpose. 100 try... leveesTHIRTYTHIRD .ItLrt ,.

Church, The Rev Jimmy _.. -
Cox of First Christian Church r
and The Rev. Eiland of the
Flnt Baptist Church will take
part In the program SEMI-ANNUAL

Th major part of World rF,4fG TOP QUALITY CANE POLES
Day of Prayer offering goes
to project which are continued
yearly Primary among 0 r rM 50c
these areContributions: ,
to the supportof 1
--- -w w w wwwwwwwww sow-----
12 women' college In
Africa, India, Pakistan, Japan ALL POPULAR FISH HOOKS
Korea, Hong Kong, and
AND LINDA THOMPSON-daughter* of Holll
Taiwan. Thompson presented a singing recital to the Men'a Club of
Also to provide Christian TWENTIETH ANNUAL
literature for women and the Methodist Church in St. Cloud Monday night at their 6for5cwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwen.e

children In Africa, Asia and meeting -
Latin America, for provision
among Indian American youth Dr. Bovenkerk to SpeakAt Slits
and assistance In transition

to In urban addition Mrs Marshall Chain of Missions ) .-" from 2C eachwwwwwwwwenww.

Mr*. Yates of Seventh Day LIVESTOCK SHOW' RODEOAND -

Adventists, Mrs Dorr Van Dr. Henry G. Bovenkerkwill Jyw STRONG NYLON POLE LINE
Etten of First Presbyterian the Rev. Harold Voel.
Church, Dr. Olive Fish of kel and join Dr. L. M. McCoy as a COUNTY FAIR M, Fit Il-....*,...., U 04
First Presbyterian, Mrs. Earl Florida Chainof r' / II a r ill... Ipn M, ...,* I.*MMWMM
at the
D.Mrs Clark J. H.of Patterson First Methodist of Cal, speaker Missions meeting her to v 'J .ii ..< .... It-WWrfy tern til 1eI, L1 it:Mtl.1 IN t.:'" uae. 20C per spool
a. 1 P a a eats. 1a.. 'tmiss
Mrs. Jennie Phil. \::: f'r II IN
vary Chapel, day.The I
first service will beheld /"Ylee I r t>.. ..*. IJ-flMl I.*.. MJHHI.U --- - ----------------.
lips of the First ChristianChurch ,M. It-Maiel W 1..I..e> tt -. .
Mr. Brlnson at the First Baptist ft, II a*. (.... ll ni ,- IMPS ftfttHitttH tl Ck.m1Me. BAITS
Agnes fatM .
.......... ..
of the First Baptist Church, Church at 10:30 at a.m.12,30 followedby at the a a.Ise..4 wuel. I.N P,5 L I.-......,.I'. .. ,..,,Fr w.y.s -'f. ; !"J t.1Ii'S..I.'a.Me 'char, BAITS 0s from
a luncheon : P.w/pett.aseCP.a
Mrs. Rachel King of the Shingle /
Creek Methodist and Mrs St. John's Episcopal Church. liL '". n 1-n1 ATM Mft (MMI FLIES 4Sc
The evening service at T.30: a a Mum riMtM ISM aahkOvMtiantr FOR RODIO RISIRVATIONS -
Patsy Manning of St. John'sEpiscopal aiM
!. will also be held at the First ht,1.1 U-Penb d fish chase Context AI Hunt 141.1621Hunt ire*. from J'II

MORMON OFFICIALS Baptist Dr. Bovenkerk Church. Is acting Ile.,,l'il-lMNMKM r Pus sm 11,5..11 Mttttt*M TKXm MM MTAINAtll AT H. LOUD HOTIl SUNDRY JTOM. .\", 20c C t 1l

SPOKE HERE SUNDAY secretary for business and finance II IM... 4M t P. a 3000 Reserved Scott Under Roof .
of the Committee on
Speaker at the evening World Literacy .Christian 'LURISG -

service on Sunday at the Literature of the Division of ktniVIO SlATS (Iedsdlep enisle. *] A1**! 100 CMU. 'J.OO -- / from
Christ of Missions, National
Church of Jesus Foreign
COURAl ADMISSION Advht '1.00 OiM.. '1.00esers _.. 1
Latter Day Saint were: Farrell Council of Churches.Lit a (l..tdltnJ] .. .- 75c
A. Munns, president of and Ut assists In thdevelopment DR. BOVENKERK .
the Orlando Stale and Ja_,,- of literacy pro-
Morris Justesen, High .(.CounJ,I grams and the production of .... .
cilman. A young adult Then? Christian Literature In more
her of the priesthood, Carl than 80 countries and In meetIng -
Wayne Wadsworth also spoke Its resposibilitie coordinates x --- FISHING TACKU,

! during the service. the work of 40 Christian IAFTJ, RODS, SIRS, ZIICOSflNNINO SS11
Meeting scheduled at the mission board and agencies
Orlando Stake House for Saturday related to the National Coun. UNI, AU HANDS, SIR

February 29th, are as cil. I P11(11TTP S
follow.; Stake Presidency Dr. Bovenkerk joined the
meeting, 1 p.m.; Stake Presidency staff of Ut and Lit after .d.-
and Geneology chairman having served a* executive .. .", ..,..-D-.1..7'... -
S p.m.; Sunday School secretary for East Asia and
Board meeting, 4 p.m.; Stake treasurer of the board of
Board of Education, 6 p.m.; world missions of the Reformed from C' .. --..
Sunday School Leadershipmeeting Church In America.He '1.19
e p.m.; SeminaryTeachers has also served as executive llIl11J
6pm. Leaders of secretary of the Japan
these departments in the St. International Christian University This is the bottom of our line. BRANDS

Cloud-Kisalmmee branch are Foundation and the Inc (Tempest Sports Coupe) TACKLE LIKIt
urged to attend these very Important terboard Committee for
session. Christian work in Japan. ''IOXIS

e .f fr.-1" ZIICOMIM04URI

Notice of Public HearingThe ., ACTION SOD
.. "' ..A. 01 JIM
Board of Adjustment will meet at 4:00 P.M. BUCKETS IAGU CLAW
Monday, March 2, 196" City Commission Room ,'1".1 '';:' CIIMI4UIISHAKISMAII
City Hall to hear the following: / l1.ff frtlll 79.
1: /
1. Request of George E. Beauchamp for a FflUICHOALTON
variance to erect 4Vix8 electrically lighted
a '. .
.f.". ..... i
sign on the following described property: '::,\ J I TIUI TIMNI

Block 0, Orange Gardena, Inc. (located at I GUN IVANS

the comer of Vine and Thacker)) 94 NO 'Alnr

This is a Public Hearing and any interested property ROOOT

owner will be heard regarding the application. ,, SHYnuPAWPAW


P. O Boa t}}


Sealed bid shall be received In the CommUaion Room, ( Grand Prix) .
City Hall, Klssimnee, Florida until I;00 p..... Tuesday,
February 28, 1W4, on the following So/plus Equipment

LIST OF SURPLUS EQCIPlE.VlMak There are 28 models in between

CyLType Model Year Ideal N.. .
Ford $ TItle WT 1941 Inw Pontiac Pontiacs. IT'S FISHING TACKLI YOU NEEDS. -1
/ TalC IHT 1'UBZB10 I7HTUU4T172M804
Ford Pontiac Tempests. HARDWARlJHIY
Dodge S Pickup 1t50 ,.. STOP BY MAKINSON
Chev. / Pickup DP 147 DBAU11I9I7HTIJM7 Pontiac LeMans. HAVE THI LARGEST SELECTION!
Ford 1 Pickup
Dodre I TRK B3GA1 l flS&U TJuUtt Pontiac GTOs. ''f' )F TACKLE IN TOWNAND, HINTS Or|
G. M C I TRK 'M PY22M1HI Sixes. V8s. All with \\ide.Track.M
S TRK It" LXA74M12FCAB All with rbntiac-sljle styling. .:
Owv.Cher. S TRK VKCAC 1HJvVUA i44 "
S TRK 1.51 LEASS7l4Chev \Vhy would anyone go looking A. ..': v.

0 TRK LeA 1MImi LCA M7i else for ? ._ ''''
anywhere a car ",
Jeep 4 JPA J1AD1001 SJ47067UDIUl7t "4j .,;
Dodge S Pickup K.D1. 1M7I WITH .
Total U UnitsEqoitMMnt Fewer and fewer people are. 1 :.

CM be eeeej at Ue PiibUe Werke Dept.Bids We row ......... Pee dealsIs ;
ssost be submitted according to sjember awl eWrtp- s .Vta stMke of WidTratsi wU iced' wed tub too.
tin fraud esi windshield of track. vl ,
Bids akall be sobnjtud! fat envelopes pleisJr wasted
the right U read any er all bide waive recvkritite, er "fi9M WIllI 1NE Ml1t ovI lIoRr
take say ether aetM snrss* ry U prMect Ue but ROADWAY 141.21.
ioUrmt ef said Q7.J 10 EMMETT ST. MSSIMMEE, FLt /.


_; tworld


New Members Inducted

u Tv THE ,
Into Beta Club Monday

I II II I I 1 1 Koot. : Tb 0 ceola Hip School Red white, and blue candle'

I Beta Club held it* annual in- were Ut by th* major officer
ductless of new number ceremony of the club Susan Hal, vie
Monday night in the preeidont, and Sandra Warden -
school cafeteria. hi a candU-. Mcretary-treaMirer Each
lighting ---,. officer preeetited a abort
Dianne Pf rM> pr* id Bt of speech about the club and the
the teeal chapter, welcomed igntfieanc of the colors of
::: Page Four-The C zut... K s"immt", H 1. ,, reb H: 1l6t the parent, member Md freedom.
Tr new members to the tob'. hi- These inducted were Gal
duction. Boyd Delia Carter, Shirley

The Only County Gary Dkkton Hileman France Foy Hoffman Haddock

/ Donna Kinney, Jot Jardim
The Osceola Cow Palace is considerably superiorto Bob Magriaghl Susan Wade

the asphalt outdoor courts on which Osceola and St Feb. 10 WasDeadline and Judl Poiey.Following the. ceremony refreihment -

Cloud High Schools played prior to the installation of were served by

the court there but they still remain inadequate and member of the club.

b'; I far below the facilities provided in other communities

where our basketball teams play. In conjunction with the Govrnor MUFFLIRSand

;, I Other school needs have taken the priorities '* Clean-up Program and
Clubs, the Florid
"r and rightfully so during recent years. But let's keep State Garden Road Department will TAIL PIPES

the need or adequate gymnasiums at all three of our begin removal of the illegal Smitty's American Oil

high schools in mind, too! signs and adrertiumenU from AITHIWe
maintained right ofwar SHOPPING CrNmI
the State
It might be well to remember that we are the In Orange and Otceola

only county in the state without an indoor gymnasium. Count on Highway No. 1782441 -
6. 192 beginning February
10, 1964. I Are Your
When such sign hiring a
Now the City J value of one hundred dollar
I I or lea, Including entrance Dealer forlIm
i signs to private eitablishmenU
, r i The School Board's action last week setting up encroach upon the Stat owned

I'r r. I priorities for school construction, including the re. right of wy, they will be

placement of Central School with a modern plant on State picked Road up and Department taken to maintenanc the. ana

the Mabbette Street property and the beginning of yard located at State

planning for a new high school in St. Cloud in anticipation ._ Prison Camp Kinimmee. Refrigerator and
excellent Sign that are not reclaimed Fnuer-
of future needs there is progress
within a period of thirty day
toward the first: class educational plant Osceola County 2 *. Hour Service
the City although w* were under the term of a frinchlie. W* will be deitroyed.
no obligation to do to. are obligated to tell only that Road Board Chairman JohnR.
wants.We are disappointed, however, that the School Our offer has been termed portion of our property within Phillip, in ordering the
ridiculous by you, and w* are the city limit This exclude Clean-up Program stated that
t Board decided to put up the downtown property on ,. criticized by you for making a substantial amount of property the removal of the signs I I. SMITH'SRefrigeration
which the school is now located for bids, instead of such an offer, whereat I think beyond the city limits essential! to the highway safety Service
1 negotiating with the city which badly needs this property the appropriate gesture on .t well, at toll circuits and facilities and beautification and expressed -
I your part would be to thank for long distance beyond confidence In the willingness Phone 817.3765
I t for a City Hall. u* for the concession. Frankly, the city limita. All of of most sign owner 9 Darilagloa Ace kiwi.met
The advantages of the site from the public's I wa very much surprised at our property i I. also secured to_remove their signs

standpoint are BO great however, that we again urge Editor. The Gazette and at your request w* have, this your, at attitude In our in conference respect you to any under portion a bond has mortgage to. be released and

f the City to make every effort to secure this property Your newspaper I I. becom-: however Installed the joint expressed ro such reaction. from laid mortgage if told
I Ign pleasure to. red Hiving use pole In a number of the
for City Hall purposes. a This new attitude on your part W* alto operate under a
at one time tired In your city new subdivisions In Kliiimm, I I. not typical of your spirit of certificate of Convenience and
I can just see the folk at the thereby' saving the, City tub friendly cooperation in the Necessity! granted by the state,
community house and ihuffl- itantlal turn In capital cotta.W put and compliment which giving u* the legal right to
Silver Spurs board courUl expressed a willingnessto w* have received from you serve an area and this prevails
Also, the social calendar li continue to. alternate on an about our contribution to. the regardless of franchise W*
just fin. No one need miss a equal bail capital expenditure !. progress and growth of Kittlmmes. are experienced In the tale-
Probably some of our citizens don't really know meeting now, when the time for joint use betweenthe phone business, the City li
who these Silver Spurs are who bring Kissimmee twice and place art clear City .and our Company in I also reminded you that our not. I am limply pointing out :
to future tubdi-
respect new
Eli Dominick Company was one of the largest torn of the many ramifications ,
Mr. Margaret
each year one of the South's outstanding rodeos. Racine, Wli. visions W* alto stated that taxpayer In the area a* Involved In connection b
They are public-spirited citizens connected with if the pole line rental war increased well ai one of the largest with the matter of purchase
the cattle industry who work long hours without pay w* could not continue uteri of electricity Th City W* of court have no InterestIn f
Editor. The Gazettes a policy of sharing capital has benefited materially from telling our Kiiilmme ex-
to attract 30,000 people to our community each year costs In these' new area
I would like to take this opportunity our progress and growth. W* chang
y and to create for us thousands of dollars worth of to commend you on Th matter of a franchisetax have been good citizens In every To m* the result of our
favorable new mention throughout the state. the quality of new, your *dltoriali wa discussed but this r" pee\. meeting and your statements
and the general at- would not relate to the existing You know a* well ai I do made subsequently now bean
They produce event which is worthy of the franchise, W
an alto stated
tractlreneii of your paper that there It nothing In the all of the earmark of proposing -
support of all Osceola County citizen the kind of In particular, your "Otceolt- that any franchise tax would franchise which ty thai at') to hold a club'* mout! ONE FALSE STEP
that friends from County-D by Day" column be patted directly on to the the end of the first JO head by mean of threateningto
event warrants j ou inviting your jf .telephone users and that JJtrtw CAN COST YOU ... ,
"If an 'outstanding'fatur* 'and- presently shall negotiate! witlrth* exercise the option of purchase I
I out of town to Ie.:We commend( \It to you? PerformencCI we were already billing I i'
thereby hoping to bring
lomethlng that our county City In respect to teftn and "
will be held on Friday. Saturday and Sunday afternoons has needed for a long time. and collecting! 10% excite provision of a completely new about amendments to. the *iIttlng .S ould'the' mailmanitllp; I and fall on your

February 21.23.Thallks. The progress you hare shown tax for Federal the City and 10%without forth franchlt Th City limply tin contrast between u* ai property It It up to you to pay. In 'fact, you ore
i; I I. truly an asset to our community government a constitutional option to purchase well at the granting of *ubittntial -
and w* look forwardto any reimbursement for our the property within the concessions on our liable for damages Incurred by anyone on yourproperly.
the dy when you my be cotta of billing and collecting. city limits at the end of the part. If this I I. the purpose of Protect yourself by having adequate
FCD considering either a bi-weekly The telephone user I I. already first 29 years, and failing to the approach then frankly I
publication or even a dally heavily burdened with unjust exercise such option the franchise think it I I. improper and out Iniuronc Com In today.
newipaper and unfair excise taxes on essential U automatically. renewedfor of place,
The purpose of the Central and Southern Flood May your success in this service, and w* hiv another 10 year under the I with you !good luck in your

Control District's dike and canal at the south end of venture continue to grow, been get these making taxes every reduced effort In the'to. acme terms and provliloni.W new Beach.position at Daytoni Mann & Frakes, Inc. II
Sincerely, cam fully prepared t* die.cuss
Lake Tohopekallga is two-fold: to protect property JOHN 0. RAO MD. Interest of the customers. w* with you this option and SincerelyMax W. L"IU" hUES
owners from the hazard of water levels which are too serv*.
Oiceola hospital all of IU ramification, but E. Wettataln
ft*** M7-2I41 102 Ie.edweyL
high as well as those which are too low. Th matter of rate I I. not this wt* never discussed nor President & General Manager
Involved in a franchise or anynegotiations did raise this point for
I" During the dry fall months, we have seen how well Editor. Th Gazettes pertaining! thereto

the new controls have been able to keep the lake from It occur to m* that readers a* these are regulated. by W* do not know of any City
falling too rapidly. Now, despite our unseasonal heavy of The Gazette might be In. the state, which hat purchased a telephone
tereited InIf\ r. WetUteln' W* voluntarily offered to property upon the expiration .
rainfall we have seen the excess water discharged
letter to former city maanager make torn concessions In reipect 01 a franchise or under
more rapidly than it haa fallen to the extent that the Charles Jackson A copy I I. to free telephone for any option to purchase during

lake level today is actually a foot lower than it was a ncloied.

month ago 54.7 feet compared to 55.8. CIIARLES DIXON ..
Florid! Telephone Corporation -
Until the system is complete, serious flooding is f

still possible of course, and Mother Nature can always February S, 1964

turn off the rain and create low water just as we have Mr. Chart Jackson L
Assistant City \Manager
had In the past. As of right now, however, the new City of Daytona Beach 1 /

works have shown their ability to protect Kissimmee Daytona Beach, Florida IS

against excesses in either direction. Dear Charles,
Thank you for your letter

of January SO which was just .. ...." .. ... ... .... i
prior to. your resignation a*
Building Boom Grows City Manager at Kliiimme. 1 a ek.
I am greatly surprised and By BETTY EDT Mr. and Mr*. Lester ay a
disturbed however, concerningBob Mr*. Helen Hawthorn wa left Wednesday for their horn
Announcement by the First National Bank of a Bobroff February | article honored on her 90th birthday In Spokane, Washington after
for "Klsslmmee Phone Deal Monday by the King' Daughter a visit her with relatives
complete program remodeling and enlargement Brewing*, In the Oiceola Class of the First Meth. Mr and Mr*. Maurice Paul
brings a bit closer the Million-Dollar building year predicted Polk County section of theO diet Church.Other: haY moved to Long Island
by The Gazette several weeks ago. r I a n d o Morning Sentinel birthday congratulations whore they will make their

Added to the First Federal! and Post Office buildings This article apparently war this week are being tent home.
written the bail of Bob'sinterview
on to Vivian Brlnson, Ik* Marshall Tom Price I* leaving Friday
already announced this major project brings us with you concerninga Dorothy Shepherd, Ruth by plan for Lima Peru where
over the half million dollar mark with the year only conference w* had with yon Hantel Lewis Steals, Arnold he will visit an old shipmate
beginning and the City Attorney. In Kit Jarrett. Ruth Anderson Bob whom he hasnt Men tine
ilmme .* of January 14, 1944. Eby, Andy Rote, Henson 1904.
New school construction is assured, a new Utility This conference wt held at Wilder Vlanne Kelley, Mail .

Building (and City Hall) has been provided for and your request In reference to Odom Joe Suldo Dorothy NEW BOOKS ADDED
dimming our franchise with
several private building projects will be Curry, Becky Bratton. Delia
formally an. the City At a result of this TO LIBRARY SIIELVES
nounced within the coming weeks. article and your itatementacontained Mattox, Arthur Mason Richard
Canada, Tom Miller, Bud
therein I think It I.I Several new book haw
Why not turn this into
a community-wide project Coffey, George Adams, Marion -
only proper that the record be been added to the shelves of
make a goal each of us a visible improvementto mad clear In respect to this tills Kratjev, Rufus Suhl. the Hart :Memorial Library,
our property in J 1904 if no more than relandscaping matter Therefore Bob will rectlv Henry Rhode, Ann Cowart according to Mary Hanaell
Illlams Jack Robert-
Buddy ,
a of this letter to librarian.
or painting. copy esoaMAt .. stow sPUO lee ..
ton, Scotty and Eddie Bron- These Include "A Banner --
You'd be surprised what difference it will you.Let ion, Ana Grave Mtxyn Seed .. IelkeN tahoes, wad geed
a makein m* say first of all\ that With a Strange Device". by ......... --.It .
Park Pat / apt. speed
T. S.
our entire community I our frtmVse at Klaiimme I I. Maklnton. Arena Mcllugh. 'Let M* Not
valid Smith Virginia Chllder. Rik- 5 alouul ea>t IHOU WAIN CTCUI
a one In Hunger Paul Galileo "Care
and entered Into every In good respect faith kl Driver, J. J. Greer, Quen- ful He \Might Hear You"; Sumner ....... vdM. .... ........N hew.e '"
ton Bast, Louell Oventreet. d. .., 4bAe..pM. aloe u1 aa.tWASHER
by both psrtles. W* are not L. Elliott; The* Aging
ENiNNiIlrfee ffaacttc In default In respect to any of Letter Eby, Boat wishes to Do,", Julian Clamant; ":IIin- 10M ..* -.... by .,... t....*...
its provisions nor under it are each of you.Congratulations. erva Reef" Olaf Ruthen.Th erl. ITSHM *U. M.WO redeeae
w* obligated to amend any of to Paul and First Day of Friday'', wash wee... eaaleeaae sM. seal,
AL CODY DAVID WEST BOB CODY its term or grant any special Marie Rlgg who celebrated Honor Tracy, "Dorothy and I seep -
Publisher Editor Editorial. Director conc.nlon.0 the City. Why, their wedding anniversary last Red". Vincent Sh_.. "The i COM'edlwa1Mleat.l/ e 11-U. CAPACITY MIM keep.....
then should w* be criticisedby week, Young Divorce. Uses Cha- "y w.* !. MrM.
A JOHN II. PERRY NEWSPAPER you or anyone because w* George Carnal!, who has roll; "Th Grove o/ Eagle, ItlCrlrCwT G ria Ifj
refute to voluntarily amend ,been a patient at Bay Pine Winston Graham; Th* Neon j ctwos 1
this' contract and agreement? for many week, I is recuperating Haystack", James M Climes, $
Second data postage paid at Pat Office at Kiatimmee. Florida Th* pole line rental prow{. now at his horn la Oran Dead Water", Ngaio K.nTOl'IUST *. lua. ": iial 19995
82741. Published every Thursday at Stewart Avenue and Ion In this franchise war dire Garden. IoIOOILI 5-r- .::. =__::
Verona Street, Klssimmee. Telephone 847-2811. Mail Address Orr eMeiw
: cussed| thoroughly in our con. Byron and Gall Hileman,
P.O. Box 931. DAY TO BE
ferenc You were seeking to who ar now making their
General' advertising bated on open rate ot .08 per agate line. get u* to voluntarily agree to homo at Gainesville, spent the HELD AT RODEO FRIDAY LIMITED TIME ONLY !

Local advertising based on open rate of M per eolumi Inch' a much hit,r rental and to weekend In KUsimme* Friday Feb.. t",(". ha bees'"
with adjustments for consistency, and volume. Classified advertising amend the franchise! accordingly Mr*. Ucy HamUa .nder- designated a* T..rist Day at
M per word; classified display under contract $UI W* pointed out that, this went surgery this week. at a the Silver Spun Rode and atrophy PARKS FURNITURE
would CO.
per column inch. increase our operating hospital Punta Cord will b* give to tile Stdwtd
coats at KUtimmee appreda Mr. and Mr*. Jane ?ague sad Klmmmte Teurist
Subscription price by Ijiajli. f 4.00 per year. | Month $21.0,1 bly and that operating sects and son Greg of Orlando were dub with tile same *f tile KISSIMMKC ST. CLOUD
year f7:00j by ,." .,.."JOper; ..o.k.I are always reflected In rat**. Sunday guest of Mr and state with tile beat rprB. 847-4171 8932011r"
I* cooperation with th* City Mr*. Roy .......,. laths.


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Elks Ladies m Kissimmee Gaxette Dr. Calhoun

Support The Caiette, Kissimmee Fla. Feb. 13. 1964....Pap Five Rejoins HospitalDr. THE DEPEWJABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '641

Lois Calhoun, M J).. .bee
Hospital rejoined tile staff of DM 0.
ceola H *fiUl after a tear of
absence to continue' poet graduate -
The Elks Udiei organlca. work In the fWd of dis-
Lions of Central Florida have eases of chiUrn and general
completed their lint co-cpera- 'jW pediatrics.
tin project by presenting This will eensUteU' the d>
$067600 to managing director lopmmt of a spisasHsod
George W. Carver of the liar. pediatric service, ill additionto
ry-Anna Crippled Children's the obstetrical cUfjk which -
HepiUl at Umatilla.The U open on Thursday afar
turn was pledged toward 1 _noons by appointment only
the purchase of a station
for the1 Home
wagon hospital's FIRST FEDERAL TO
Therapy Service and was un SPONSOR TOURNAMENT
dertaken jointly br 11 ladles
groups with the Ladies Auxiliary The First Federal Saving
ef the Kliummee Elks and Loan Association of Oaco
one of the major contributor ola County, in recognition of
The station wagon i* used Its 90 years of service U the

for handicapped home visit children to physically who are tie t county,a this shuffleboard year I I. inaugurating tourna- The fuel is regular. The performance is premium.Premium .

In need of spedal therapeutic ment to be held at the KAST
treatment but who do not need courts Feb. 17-18.
hosplulliatlon. Under the supervision Designed for double the
of doctor of the tournament will Include team
Florida Crippled Children' from St. Cloud, the Kisiimmee performance doesn't cost I sickle eats in a'6( Dodge three series Each Is i low priced car. And etch Is backed by I long

Commission the therapist administer Motor Court, St Cloud Trailer Because under that handsome hood lurks the stindtrd engine strong veir/W,000-mlle warranty You could easily pay more
Park Brown' Motor Court,
medication* regular prescribed treatmentand by Orange, Garden Civic Association In the low-prtei field (318 cu. In. \1)). It doesn't cost you extra tt for such automobile,but why should you?Sea your Dependable

the medical staff. Then are and the KAST club. the pi pump, either! Regular grade fuel suits It just fine. Dodge Dealer Instead I

even such unit operating in Prises will be awarded In Dodge It is luxurious is It It lively The Pours 2-door hardtop ....RI. MOW COO*! SVCOMW : aw.etu, wussanvv. eaemct. veal
the state, and three more will NEW OWNERS-A* first month In shoe business come to the A and B divisions for about,.for Instance, features rich addle-. sin vinyl Interior CmmkOT,WI.WM. iwiliwnlt...,.. ,wMMIM.: H.W..5.M. 'WNINIFe"M lee,'"1 WWom"*.,*_",HIM W NiChnNaNNy ntieNa Iw1. I M
first, second, third and fourth : KVMMnMlil mil to IMWcM 0'thpyt =
be added in the and Mrs. Class
future Mr. ,
near an end Edgar report heavy shipmentsof comfort providing flip down center armrest foam teat ind f!:' nAuM'IlM, ..='"N t 9HH9.ol:'**ly. 'chef: *.'ty.::.f'.r figll HH wl_
with -
The Ladies the stock Is Jack White places, a traveling: trophy. padding + '
Auxiliary of new arriving. Shown above (seated) I_ ""'""sees, w__ <.,... .1. ..,_ ..... .....r
Kisiimmee Elk spearheadedthe manager of the store who has two year experience in shoe thick carpetmg-all standard equipment Yet It'. priced y ss :.=.=== M. ,.;=.teNN/esc e..Y.,l u seta'l i tl
drive for the Central Flor- business In Kissimmee and a winter resident customer from HIGHLANDS ..11 CLUB right with comparable models of Ford and Chevrolet I .. ..:A.N..'/,'"' NI 'T ywr nn. 'r.:: .
: i* l MN MW VMil enl *>t w tlifnWl MMM
ida unit and led the list of Virginia. Glass Shoe Store Is located In the building formerly ELECTS NEW OFFICERSNew :. Ctwvtt*'MMtfl CVMf M' n Awlh ltM DMI >< =
In ill, then in twenty \two Dodge models to choose from. In s. .....rJ! V:*I**Mi I WM ::.MsWlywetNMN.eMtA1.NMM. : ..:.
contributors with $700. occupied by Hertberg's Bootery.
officer for the Highlands -
.-11 Club were elected
Thursday 'B4 Dodge !fog

Varied Activities atKissimmce Motor Court They; Patti are Dianne Dunlap Keith, vice president president ..

; Karen Taylor, secretary! POOOt MVNKM CHRYSLER
Dianne PI 1 k 11 MIIIOIIe eonrosunosi
e e treasurer W
Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Sey- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Arnett well were Wednesday dinner ]
Ivonne Lee, reporter Carolyn
fried and Mr and Mrs. Jack and Mr. and Mrs Conrad Sey- guests at the new Colonial ) i.
Gray, delegate.The
Shiptky, Lansing, Mich., were fried were Sunday dinner Cafetera. While In Orlando leader I Mr*. Ward ..
dinner guests Thursday even. guest of Mr. and Mr*. Joe they called on Mrs Florence showed the girl how to makea \ RIEDEL MOTORS'
Ing of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Shreve In Orlando.Mr. Holt basket '
out of grapefgrult
Melvin Shad Mr. and Mn. Ed Watt visited s : ,
Seyfried. and Mr* :
and told them the
John Schilt of Sioux Falls of Hillsdale, Mich. were Sun Mr. and Mn. Percy Cow. a good breakfast 21 EMMETT vSur
S..D. entertained Mr. and Mrs day dinner guests of Mr and lin In St. Cloud recently. .
Everett Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs Mr*. Frank Hall Dr. and Mr. C. F. Wttallcalled
Robert Carter and Mr. and John M. Valentine, Care, on Dr. and Mn. H. J. IIEAR MAJOR SMITH -"
Mrs. Ray Ralsten at dinner Mich. spent the put month Burgstahler and Mr. and Mn. /
Friday evening at the Elks with his parents, Mr. and Mn. P. E. Whittemore In St. Major Edward Smith, Osce- ./
Club. John Valentine He left for Petersburg Saturday ola County Civil Defence director
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gilbert hit home lilt week. Mr. and Mrs. George Ham will be guest speakerat ""
entertained Mr. and Mrs Robert Mr. and Mrs. Frank Web- man of North Carolina called the Rotary Club meeting ..
Love, South Lyons, Mich., ear spent the past week with on Mr. and Mr*. Claude Thursday, Feb. 13, at.he ..
and Mr. and Mrs. Fegel, Lakeland Mr. and Mr. Ernest Bare in Smith on their way to the Parkview Restaurant It.IS: "
with dinner Tuesday Bradenton.Mr. hone show In Winter Park, p.m. Major Smith will show a Get Greater
Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Grout and Mr. Guy Rich where Mn. Hamman was to' film and talk on the Civil Air Impact With Gazette Classified Display
and Mr and Mrs. Roy McMul- mond and Mr and Mn. Frank how her hone She ha won Patrol
der were Tuesday dinner Schuldt wen Thursday evenIng several trophies with her 1
guests of Mrs Edith Wean guest of Mr. and Mr. horse
der at the Trade Winds Cafe.terla Frank Burkholder Mr. and Mn. Walter Almes

Congratulation to Martin were Sunday dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ruten Mclsaae who won second Mr. and Mn. A. P. Freeman.
back, Mr. and Mrs. Harold place and Charles Schrader, Mr. and Mn.Charlea Young
Berger, Essex, 111.) and Mr. third, In the Vine Street shuffle moved Into the court Monday save '200 By Fob 17, 1964 tracts In See 1. Central Acres will increase

and Mrs. Arthur Myer, Che- tournament Earl Rowaey Mr and Mr. John Valentine In price $200 situ fittttr than 60% sold out. .
bans III. visited Mr. and Mrs. was director of the tournament visited the latter' sisters, per you
Alvin Rabideau during theweek. Mr. Rowsey and Jim Mrs. Alice McKlllop and Mr*. must take) advantage) of this outstanding land investment

Lee won first place In consol Susie Price In St Petersburg Site opportunity now-and SAVEI
Mr. and Mrs Leslie Oliver ation at Lake Wale tournament Wednesday. .i per
Agawam, Mass., visited Mr, last week. Mr. and Mn. Howard Sple-
'and Mrs. Harry Wells Friday. Mr Ind-Mrs. Floyd Arnett char and Mr. and Mrs. Merle To introduce you to this valuable investment acreage. .
Mr. and Mr Melvin Sanch
Visited In Lakeland Friday. Spelcher of Orlando visited ,
of Milan, Mich. visited Mr.'and' and Plant City on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A, P. Freeman "
Mrs. Harlan Holcomb, Mr. and Mr. and Mn. Perce LoveS Saturday
Mr*. E. M. Gilbert and Mr. I M14.1 CENTRAL ACRES
and Mrs. Everett Gilbert last
Thursday. '

were Dr. In and Melbourne Mrs C. F.Tuseday Littell HOMES "i HP" WITH ALL THE

where she spoke to the Wom
en's Society of Christian Service BUILT BAR B IIL TRIMMIN'S
on "The Church Speaks or FOR YOU a .
Die." This was prepared by 1'c
her son. Dr. Franklin H. Lit' By THE FAMILY
tell, of the University of Chicago. BRING
She also reviewed the
book "The German Poenlx" George L. ReynoldsFor

which was a summary of his
observations during the seven AN OUTSTANDING LAND SALE
years following World War II Further Information Call 8(72266
Mr. and Mrs Armand Cote,

Winter evening Haven dinner guests were Saturday of their SAT & SUN. FEB. 15& 161Mb0 I

uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian .

Arehambault There were six tables of Notice of Public HearingThe

600, one of Michigan rummy, 'j

two of canasta and one of Board of Adjustment will meet at 4:00 P.M. lice.
euchre In play at the card CEHTRAL ACRESat
tmr Friday evening. Monday March 2, 1964, City Commiuion Room,
TIRE REPAIRING I City Hall to hear the following:

and 1. Request of Carleton B. Fagundua for a State Road 60 and 441 nut to Sunshine SUtt Parkway
WHEEL IALANCINOSmitty' variance to construct a roof over patio on
Ytthaw Junction, only' 30 miles west of Varo Baach.
American Oil the following property:

AT THICMOFMNO Lot 1. Block V, in Section 4 of Orange Gar
CINTU dens Kiwimmee, Florida. Central Acres Is high dry land ((55 feet above sea level) with wide

Thtri't no place tike home.,. This i is a Public Hearing and any interested prop graded roads, and Is the only land available for Investment pure.
PolePictures erty owner will be heard regarding the application.

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTCITY chase In the Yeehaw Junction area. Choice sites still available but

_. we believe not for long. So come out to Central Acres where you

NOWfe'4 n4 ft lime sew like y XOTIOE or rrnuc HEABIVONwWe can purchase a full 1-acrc site for only 10 down.j'.J'f .

Krttk rUSN camera Is flvra t. all lwrM4 rtlM tap Ik* Olr Commit.
IMHi. of Ih* Olr of Klvtmin rrf nor.*. will toll a "" 11I.. HMrlnf
on TiwwUr,, r*wwrr >S. IM4 n S 00 PM. In tae' Clif CMtmlMlmi. .
Roam, Olr Hall !. Mar .... ...... on mffipUUU ef fmontriilmlni .>.iI .
r << thai ihrlr .._ sos be strkaees ,.. 'N Vets, .,
O 1I.'r.'.... Book of sin d',. TN eesee Mena .tI1r.. trees the FULL
Vmrr Krtlumut* Bawl. are .. ...,..... BRING
'r to JAM i. ISM. STArt
Bowes, Rabtrt Jk.m4fnom NB 0rI..... ,... ,'
wvr .*,.. Art PMr _.___ ere E.rmkIM .me It 1Rrp4i '' f '10 I BILL
Hwnrr 1. nn Orui|. Bl>'.
Htrtwll Karl EnoIIooI __ __ M
Pool VMM law .__ _....._ we 0,.* A..,
Ila r TkatJwa.....* H. . ._ rot GMTS* M .*.
A Omaha. CWrtoa ,,
11aPo1/seas. C1e5e
Pallets rMukMk Omiliif _.::.,. su S Dillmil.
T'- law Paw ___ _.___ rat terra
KODAK. CNe'. Ktad A. .-..... -_ tlJ cm* It. SEEING IS
twin ...
': --- all Je rWs .'".
Kale. : .. >_ 771 K VIM SI
(Tine d. .wplaro Allay. _._ lit a CI,.* ....
100 Tn... '- rye's __ M Msb...'. ac
..,.... Ore MM __ __ tie Main St. I BELIEVINGWe
OutfittullllllICHIJi" Morru.' 1:.._ Mwr4 __ .._ lit rmmvtt at l
KU[*. DIM: Ironed I no u.k Si.
/ /--. L.a./, .. rip' I'll....,
GlI- Vets ___ tit ....-. Are
amazingly low price! IflI" .. Doi
Cewri St
flltlM.JokMaftMia. :;::= Hole. ____ -:: lief Or.eae .....
t.ecI.iethesy. ti>*e. )*icey 11I11- ...... he ._._ __ fin f'ItI.-IMe sa

se re ... pH> pcM.s; Tracy....,, 1WtMI Haute a4seae_ __.__.__._. ell I'J Mlle vaeea M tee will also repay you up to 5aOO of your gas for the
acre ...* *.*. _I Iv tl dray lUftfellriMHlaa. --- n a DlistexMs

In me R.d.p.l Urn ( Hndeetfw --.. -Seethe-_ Beesmi Llnln --.. ... ___ pe,,} aes BmaiaayJas e4 of and showing this outstandingoffer
trace is ..*.**/ Isee'ie' f...-.II, ,. Awes rj ok si privilege telling you
N* dele to set. MI f XMMgTk =. tae:r.---: t"g M.
.. c*'w *M*. e. wS esWclasdwIi4eeadc Knrk. *rma*. .. __ _:__:__:: lat Or are**** lave Ave. no obligation to buy bring gas receipt from
.lereaep.INJe ...... Oorw ___ Ilia ...._
Sesa ...... I.epe ,.. Hr.*f. J W" _._ ____. III KUtWlt 11.a .
aMneg. Krt rr*.OTtrsi tn CMarM any gas station. You must take our free land tour.
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; JIj'.\' (I"l .Rebekahs InstalledIn Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newman

.. .1.1" the birth
&. .. ,
\ .1f daughter, Cynthia Ann/ Non' I

Open MeetingA I day, February Srd.

public Jnatallatio" of officers porter to noble grand; Margaret
of the Kluimmee Rebekah McGonlgal, left supporter .
Lodge No. 42 was held to noble grand; Isabelle Tyson Headquartersfor
at the Woman's Club building right supporter to vice
with Mn. Helm Herts district Fannie Jones left .
grand supporter
Page Six-Th Gazette, Kisslmmee, Fla, Feb 13. 1M4
deputy president of district\ 10 to vice grand Sidney
and her staff as Installing officers. Lumley, Inside guardian; Sally Western Wear
Baker, outside guardian) Nan
Farris-Lekander The new officers are Elda Wheeler GaUle Darling, Era-
Lledy, noble grand| Margie ma Bayliss, Dorothy Stam- Boots for
Eggen, rice grand; Myrtle bough, altar bearers. Shirts !Men\
Betrothal Announced VanMarter recording secretary After the acceptance speck
; Ucla Ketchum, financial by the noble grand "Garden Halt Women
Hazel Mansfield, of Prayer" was by Myrtle
Mr. and Mr*. Esker J. Ferris of St. Cloud Assembly, Orderof secretary; sung Pant and
treasurer Llbb.lamu, acting Van Master, accompaniedby
A... Rainbow for Girls and !
Mississippi announce re.celved ChildrenGOOLD'S
past noble grand.Appointive Mae Baker Belt
the engagement of their the Grand Cross of
officers are Dot-
daughter Barbara Ann to Color In that organliation.
tie Ban, w a r d* n t Martelle
Paul H. Lekander son of Mr. Her fiance was graduatedfrom Stout, conductor; Edith Koehl, Circle Met
and Mr*. Carl J. Lekander. Jefferson High School, MM Baker
chaplain mull-
Both families are residents of Jefferson, Ohio, where he received Liis.:- .' H" ..... clan; Hester; Smith, color bearer MondayThe
St. Cloud. the Home-Country Lucy Hamlin, right
; sup-
Mire Farris came to St. award Mr. Lckander received REBEKAHS INSTALLED Ceremonies. were held last week to IniUll the officers of the Lola Overstreet Circle l
Cloud from Polk County and a B. A. degree In biology from Klsilmmes Rebekah Lodge They are, left to right, seated, He) Hefts, installing officer; met Monday at the home of
ii the granddaughter of Mr. Thlel College. Greenville, Myrtle Van Marter, recording secretary; Llda Ketchum financial secretary! Libby James, To Be Wed Mrs. Ralph Wood in Orange
and Mrs. Houston Powell, Anbumdale. Pennsylvania, and war a acting past noble grand; Elda Lledy, noble grand; Marie Eggen, vice grand; Dottle Bail, Gardens with 11 members and
member of Thiel Christian warden; GaUle Darling, altar bearer Standing, Emma Baylin, Mamie Bode, Nan Wheeler, Cynthia Hunter Smith and two guests present
The bride-elect war graduated Fellowship, Beta Beta Beta Dorothy Stambaugh, Heeler Smith Mae Baker, Jennie Phillips, Edith Koehl, Sidney Lum James L. Perry will be mar Mrs. Renus Olson gave the
from St. Cloud High national honorary and Sigma Icy, Sally Baker and Fannie Jones (Photo by Eby) ried at 7.80: pra, Friday, Feb. program on the topic "Re
School and WM claw treaiur- Phi Epsilon social fraternity.He 21st, at the First Baptist cruitment the Concern of
err In her senior year, editor did graduate work at Church.All the Whole Church". She
I, of the school annual, member Bowling Green State University friends of the couple are stressed the importance of
I of the Glee Club and Horn, Ohio, and Is presently attending Invited. Missionary Education of Chil 26 Broadway
coming Queen. She attended night claim at Rol- Following their wedding dren of the church KIssimmeeUVIS
I Blue Mountain College In Mississippi llni College, Winter Park and they will\ make their home In Mrs. Sawyers and Mn.
where the WM a member Ii employed by the L A M the Canal Zone where he Is Cooley assisted the hostess LIES WRANGLERS
of the Eunomlan Sororityand Dairy, St. Cloud. employed. during the social hour after
Baptist Student Union. The wedding will be late In which a silent auction was
Mill Farris is a pit ApJI at First Baptist Church Group to MeetThe conducted.
worthy advisor and recorder St. Cloud. I
Either Circle of the
1 First United Presbyterian NOW OPENCome
Eastern Star Officers Church will meet Tuesday,
t February 18 at I pm. at the by and see our group of
home of Mrs. C. lilldebrand,
Installed Friday NightOn Cypress Shores, with Mrs.
Win. C. Dow as co-hoiteis. AND SOLID MATERIALSSuitable
Dr. Olive Fish Ii In chargeof
Friday evening Mrs Walters as Installing Organist the Bible Study and friends for
Altah Ruth Miller was Installed Mn. Fanchon Hall was and members have been urged Dresses Suits
ai Worthy Matron of soloist jj&j to attend and take part in this Sportswear
Klislmmee Chapter No. 62 Those officers Installed with study.
Order of the Eastern Star in the 1(64 Worthy Matron wen ..
a most Impressive ceremonyat Ralph Miller Worthy Patron; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Crier Roberson'sFASHION.
the Masonic Bummer, Associate
Temple on Dolon J
St. Anne, ilL spent tome time
Dakin Street. Matron; John Summers, Associate with Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lan-
Serving as Installing Officerwas Patron; Francis Hewitt, FABRICS
The Criers have been
Mn. Florence P M Edith'Koehl Treatunr eau. .
Facey ,
Secretary! EASTERN STAR OFFICEBS-Offlcen of the Eastern Star were Installed Monday night touring Florida for the pest 113 Stewart 817-544U
of Bedford No. 883, Melva Carnahan, Con.
Chapter ; Shown above they are left to right, front row Murlene Lundy, Doris Bateman, Ann Lawrence month.
assisted duetren Ann Lawrence
Bedford by ,
Ohio ; Dolores Summer, Allah Ruth Miller, Ralph Miller, John Summers, Franchon Hall and .
Robert Facey P P of Klislnmee Associate Conductress Mary
; Bennett Back Nan Allen Edith Thelnta Florence
Mary row, Koehl Mary Gardner
Chapter Also serving Bennett, Chaplain Doris Anthony
war Vaden Wetherbee, P M Marshall ;Mary Gardner Facty, Melva Carnahan, Doris Anthony, Bob Facer, Maurie Walter, Hattie Cooley, Vaden
; Wetherbee Mildred Ward Ed Carnahan and Addle Wheeler. (Photo
by Eby)
Initalllng Marshall; Thelma Organist} Doris Bsteman,
Dixon P M, Installing chap. Adahf; Murlene Lundy, Ruth)
lain; Nan Allen P MI| Installing Vaden Wetherbee, Either; ', 'a Gehretts Honored
Secretary! with Maurice Hattie Cooley, Marth'l) Addle di PARK'S FURNITURE STORE
Wheeler, ; I eI red At Buffet Supper
Ward, Warder; and Edward
Junior Women Carnahan Sentinel i ,, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Cehntt
Held Meeting After short addresses by the z.rO were honored at a buffet dinner .
new Worthy Matron and Worthy Friday night at the home
Tuesday evening the Junior Patron they Introduced of Mr, and Mn. Calvin Wood
Women held their monthly their daughter Betty Kay and i j \. ward in Renee Terrace. Mrs. Jt.
meeting at the Woman's Club sons, Ralph, and Chester who Gehrett I I. the former Miss
home on Oak Street had parts In the ceremony Linda Ferrari of McKeeeport, 1 .w r o nnm lb \ .
Mn. Earl Heniel Jr. of St. A reception: In the dining Pennsylvania. "''j1 'J.'I ,ere nre J"" ,
Cloud, Junior director ef die hall was presided over by I '' "v i ," d. hiwelb) erahsltde" n,1; ;* i Infer.; :ass ,
trict t, war the guest. speakerfor Theresa Clemmons P M and .': covered. lI. o .. vtIA'1)h) edt see t'weg'flia ..bli',... .. '
the .enlnr.IU.r topic was several Rainbow Girls.Decorating cloth enhanced by a centerpiece ....of ...HP. f. .. I \ I
a satire of club operation of spring flowed and
called "W.,. to Kill Clubor lighted tapers. Invited guests
Lodge". The main part of to be wen: the Jim Hunters the .
the program war devoted to Program Topic William Willmerlngi, the Earl "
the eight departments of the g. Evans, the Alton Parriihei
Federation of Women's Clubs, Mrs Kenneth Duncan, American : !1 1I the Cecil Moons, Sgt and ( "
explaining their purposes and Home Life Department Mrs. Norval Weaaa, the C H.
bow they should be directed. chairman, Woman' Club, will\ I Lucaiei, the John Gehntts,
After the business meetingand present a colorful program at the Misses Sharon Gehrett, HOW TO SLEEP LIKE AN

pro r r a m, reihments the next meeting, Feb. 19 at J4 Judy Roehrich Audrey Armstrong
served to Mrs. David also Jimmy James
were 2:80 p.m. '
Bateman Mn. Charles Chandler. A ntembeer of American Institute : ; Bob Looms and Mr. and Mrs.
'. Mrs Richard Guelde, Mrs of Interior Design, Raymond Carpenter and ion
Sam Lupfer III, Mill Carol Mrs. Duncan is well known In ,- Butch of Cocoa. Mr. and Mrs t/p
Ann Johnston, Mrs. Charles the area as an Interior decorator Allen Hunt were eo-hoiU for
Kimberly I Mn. Lynwood of note. Her most recent MARRIED RECENTLY. and Mrs. Robert Gehrett, who the occailon.Mr. :
Lupo, Mn. Darrell Morton, accomplishment was the designing were married recently In Pennsylvania, were honored at a and Mrs. Gehntt are ANGELl
Mrs. Edward Parki, Mrs. Herbert of the stage let for dinner given for them Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. making their home at 104
Parker Mn. Don Rlnkus, the last Footllght Theatre Calvin Woodward In Renee Terrace (Photo by Eby) Palm Ave. in Kissimmee.sslrt.wa .

Mrs. George Cant Mn. Dour.I. Guild production, Death TakesA l
.. Thomas, Mn Bobby Lee Holiday. In attendance from > to 4:30;
Thompson, Mn. Claude What- Mn Duncan will assemble Mn. Gilbert Hedden and Min err f
Icy and Mrs. Heniel.WSCStoMeet. colors for decorating three Grace Collyer from 4:SO tot
rooms, using swatches of material :SO. Mra George Person and tte4hn
to show color combinetloni Mrs. William BrielUman will
and texture that go well be on duty from 8:30 until

Miss Sara Fernando, head together with different types clolln,.
of the Miami Latin Center and of furniture. Her subject I*
former Methodist missionaryto Color Ideal, Your Key to
Cube, will speak at the regular Good Decorating Sorority to Help ral
meeting of the Woman's Tea hostesses are member
Society of Christian Service of Circle 6 with Mrs Gertrude The Delta Alpha chapter of
Monday, Feb. IT, at S p.m. In Kessler and Mrs. Florence Ideas Epsilon Sigma Alpha will\ solicit '. ONLY
the sanctuary of the First c- b.lrm.n. for donations for Cerebral r
Methodist Church.All Paliy on Sunday, Feb. IS.
friends of the church Members will be calling on $7950
have been Inrite4.FRIENDSHIP New England residents between 1 and S p.m. .

Club LuncheonThe GET A HUGE Goo<..d ,d

TO MEET FEBRUARY CLUB St New England Club will\ KISSIMMEK BANDENTERTAINS r l1x14 WALL for 1M."t 1 m.s
hold a covered dish luncheon CLUBA 1Starts
The Friendship-Clvb will Tuesday, February 18, at noon
meet Thursday, Feb. 20th, .t the St. Cloud Community band concert by 20 mem- PORTRAIT
1S.30 p.m. at the Episcopal Houie. ben of the Ktsalmmee High SPRfNG
Pariah Home. The programwill Each member Is to bring a School Band, under the direction 01y011a GNLOD AfR. C 1
prove to be an outstanding covered dish and table service. of James Holt, was heard
presentation of musical entertainment Coffee, cream, and sugar will by member of Union Tourist SUPPORTER
All are urged to at be umlihed. Club at the weekly meeting. .
tend. Reservations are to be Following the luncheon will
made by Tues Feb. Uth, with be a bukinets meeting and pro the mattress that helps
Mrs. Erford Woods, 8472769. gram. Christian Science you

CHURCH"IN HIS STEPS""In TO SHOW 'Workshop to beHeld Kerb Society. ..*.1>" "sleep away your backache"

Thursday Boat: ......,..
His Steps," a feature- .e_ Seethes 11 a.r.
length motion picture based Mn. c. G. Beckwlth: Mrs B.sae.Sok..la10s... You'd sleep Kke on angel every night on this properly designed! mottreu.
on the world-famous novel of William Tangerman and Mrs.
The Bock Supporter Ii used in hotpitolt to provide
will be shown
the same name, George Went will represent OMral fltrliUe Moet
.Sunday, Feb. 18, hIS pjn. at the Orange Garden Home DellFalgal U Iwtt IMaluc** m the Ho m LIFE healthful relaxing sleep. Try it and you'D feel the
First Methodist Church of St. DemoiMtration Club en a ST. CLOUD HOTEL DI' difference
.Cloud. The film showing Is ....
workshop committee to In. --s's t.eweeeereeeee. Next !
In this .. eye.aae..e Thursday
.sponsored are elude the five home demon .......,-
Methodist. Youth Fellowship. itratioit club of Oieeels l ee44 New Tech. Ave, aet In8 t Exclusive "Hearth Center" conttrvction gives added tup-
,,.... .
The story originally appeared County. 1ft : THUftS. FRI. SAT.
as a book around the The group will meet Thurs port where 70% ef your weight rests.

turn of the century, writtenby day, February IS, to prepare reb. 13 14 15
e 10" N. Utrei Ch
a Topeka clergyman sa exhibit for diipU Febru- BROASTEDCHICKEN ao UngUi rfe
named Charles M. Sheldon It sry IMS at the KUilmmee ost
Is reported to hare sold over Valley Livestock Show.
80 million copies, and has beentranslated Members of the OrangeGardens S Your choke of Innenpring e, loom rubber
FREEZETTE noun. toAMHO -1 rase I IM I M
into downs of club will beh..
languages across the world. booth Friday, February 21. DRIVE-IN APfOrnnMMT' MHMO O tSUCTION Of HVMM I IMl gross
with Mrs. Lee Arthur aa KM MMRtAIT O IMWJ. Ale OUCM O* AU us
.BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT chairman. Mrs H. H. Lad_ roe wy Muvwss M mm A nw Mn *mLU UII011-
and Mrs. George Murphy wilt
Mr and.Mrs..George Ander- be then from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and' PARKS FURNITURE CO.
jon ef Orlando announce the with Mrs. Tsngermaa ,nd .WAXINO GILES
birth of a son, Richard Alanon Mrs. Went serving from SmhtJ'IAm.rkaa Oil .
: Friday, January Slat 11.80 to t P.M. Mr*. Harry AttHiINOfMNO K1SS1MMH ST. CLOUD
Mrs. Anderson is the former McPherson Mrs. Vernoa Bee- ONTO Kli lmm>., Florida
Janet Wiseman of Xlsslmmee.I. wick and Mra. Arthur will be lP "iJ 47-4171 ((191.2011V"

,.r. ..< -, .... -' .

(: 1 f J \. l
..; .. ,, _
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have purchased the new house EXTRA FANCY

Jfcissimmec QaxetteThe recently built by tile Orlow SAYE ,
Cole*. r Only the top erodes of U $. Gov
The family of the Rev Red DeliciousQUANTITY eminent ended beef wears the
CasetU, Klsslrome
Fla, Feb 18 1W4-Psg* Seven .
DeletU Cooley has moved into W-O shield. Plocd In temperature
the Pleasant Hill area .1 controlled coolers, W-O beef Is
Intercession City News where Mr. Cooley preaches. i 0ed to the, very peak of lender
It Is reported that the Rev
flavorful! ooodneti by nature i own
H. Y. Platter Is much Improved ,......
Civic Association to In health APPLES proceM while" Mill

Mrs. May Sprague called on
lire D. Owlett Monday after
Sponsor Chicken Supper noon.Mr. BEEPCHUCK
and Mrs. J. W. Newtonare
i spending some time In
: Mr. D. G. Owlett. reporter day morning by way of the Hobe Sound.
The Civic Association: Is west coast where they will Mr. Ross Beck was discharged 2LbI.29 ;
sponsoring a community chick visit friends. from Osceola Hospital on
en supper on Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Homer Teat Monday; and I* resting at his
at all o'clock: In the school and Wanda art in Hobe Sound horn. goo stoats Roast LI. 481

dining baiL The proceeds to this week. Mr. Boyd Cummings Is a .
toward completion of the Fire Mr. and Mrs M. E. Coombs patient In Osceola Hospital RAKING, POTATOES U. t NO t
chicken, a covered dish andpenon.l Russets 10 59'COLONIAL
table lervic A IU.ver hUCB GOOD THRU FEBRUARY I5TH ,Bog
Entries for Flower
Hobby wsmmse.ease. Ns -e.Pv 'eev-hew
offering will be taken. Ribs U. 381C
The Rev Mr.
tor of the Wesleyan Methodist Show Must Meet Deadline, SELECT FROZEN .
Church and Mr. and Mrs.
D. Lee Owlett were in Orlando ROUND BONE SHOULDER
Friday evening. All item for entry In the exhibits are open to the public t-U FRYERS
Ivan Davis has sold his homeon art, ceramic and hobby showat may do so by calling Mrs. U P Roast 581
England Blvd., and gone the Klsslmme Valley Fair Watson at 892-2048, st. Cloud. II.
to make hit home with the and Livestock Show must be The hour are 10 am. to t .
Ronnie Richmond family in at the pavilion Tuesday, Feb pm. Feb. 19-2S.
Winter Haven 18, In the afternoon and up top Ceramic exhibit should be FRESH GROUND DAILY EXTRA LEAN
Patsy Preston internationally p.m. Tuesday night at the Pavilion no later than REG. 39' Lie
known Western gospel Chairman of the Art Show 9 p.m. Tuesday.Feb. 18, so LL
singer, Is scheduled to give a I.I Earl Tanner of the Brahman there will be time to set up LIMIT 3 AT THIS 2 5 r Beef 5 IKG $198
program of Western gospel Inn. Dave Aken will the display a* the judging\ will LB. ? \I .
music at the Christian and assist Turner Picture will be don Wednesday morning,

Missionary Alliance Church be judged Wednesday, F.b.I'. Fob.19. ORDER OR MORE i_ _ i
Sunday at the 10:30: service Two picture, marked tat and
An Invitation Is extended to 2nd choice may be entered In Bass 50 tra To. Val.. Sblll'
everyone to attend by the each medium by each contest .
pastor,the Rev Henry T Roe. ant. If there I* a shortage of
Mr. and Mrs Carlton Pruyne space, only the picture marked (Continued from page 1)) Pies, Ps.Sties O' e1A
spent Sunday with their son 'first choice' will be hung not be possible to see everybody Fish
and family In Orlando Mr*. Blanche Brimhall is but plan to contact a* __TPaeevesv 1.M
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Swift chairman of the Flower Show. many resident of Osceola 1
have received a letter from Arrangement and plant County as "humanly possible" AT ANY WINN IXII
their daughter, Miss Mildred should be at the Pavilion no The candidate I* marriedand
informing them of her safe later than 10 a.m. Wednesday, has one ion, Sam, 4, andIs
arrival In Japan last week. Feb 19.Items. a member of the Episcopal 1i
Mrs. Jennie Leonard of entered in the Hobby Church. He has lived In Osce i
Lakeland called on friends Show to be judged must have ola County except for a 37
last week. been made by the entrant To month tour of duty with the 50 Ema Tel Yaho Storm s
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Pruyne date, Mr*. Watson hat been U. S. Navy during World WarII. VANS WItH THIS routd/ AND PUtIOWi c.
have returned north with their unable to get someone to serve Following the War he was 000.Pw Psoue PILLseUaV
son, Harry and bride who as chairman of the Hobby employed in the St. Cloud Post Bar.B.Q ChickenLAND
have been visiting them. Show. Anyone wishing to vol. office, after that he spent It ciao( Ss1))
Mr. and Mrs Orlow Cole unteer their services .s attendant years a* an agent for an insurance 0' SUNSHINE ALL FLAVORS SUPERPRAND Mw 'fM1I Fee/essv llle
left for New York state Mon. during the hours the AT ANY WINN' .DIxl1'

... tomp.n"I I 2
-'---vv---oqo-; : I BUTTER Ice Cream

ObituariesBEULAII Local Choral lunch 12 at noon.Parkview Final Restaurantat discussion

and decision on new St Cloud tra TN Ni
FormedThe UmHl I with WiT
Group AND
ad with
brochure county
cour&f /
back, will be mad. u. food
Beulah R. Cowart, 86, of 224 first meeting of the map on order TM lees ,
South Randolph Avenue, Kissimmee Kissimmee Choral Society: was ST. CLOUD WOMAN'S 9 Y2 49 H. ,Pa piiiMeos

Sunday,after passed a lengthy away illness.A early. held Baptist Friday Church night to at organlt the First a CLUB HOLD CARD PARTY +. 4 ; Gal. ewe Tess Fissuw! .

native of Blakety, Ca. group which will be a part of Circle S, Woman' Club will AT ANY WINN DIXIffi
she moved to Kissimmee 20 the Art and Culture Society. sponsor a card party Feb. 28 3
years ago. Seventeen residents attended at 1:30: p.m. In the club house.
She was a Baptist the meeting and elected There will be table prizes for
Survivors Include three sonsJ. high score and door prise u
John Lockwood: the Instigatorof
W. (Jimmy)Cowart Kis the Interim well a* refreshment Chair. .
the a*
simmee Edwin Cowart Savannah Lester Gelsler director man cfTCIrcle I I. Mrs. J. W. IGeeL SOExtriTHViluStMMWITH <
Ga., and Russell Co. of the First UnitedPnlbterl.n lAVE tyt.EACH VAN CAMP (Limit 3 with J3 order orPorkBeans morel THIS COUPON Awe PUKMAM 0on
wart, Albany, Ca. Also three Everyone I I. Invited to make
Church choir
1' pme* eoUTMia*
grandchildren.'Funeral services were held will serve a* the director. up a tebleWORLD 9 Coconut Caki

( at 2 o'clock Tuesday from the Over 30 prospect have ex- WAR I VETERANSTO
pressed Interest In the venture ewe Tumi Pumusf' I*.
Crissom Chapel with the Rev MEET FRIDAY NIGHT ?
C. II. Elland Minister of the and another meeting will AT ANY WINNDIXIf'SOExtriToiVildiSUnDi

First Baptist Church, offici be held the Friday home of night Jei 7.SOat : Veteran of World War I, SAVE 24* ASTOR VACUUM PACKED (Limit 1 with $S. food order) 4 i
.Un,. Casketbearers war* Barrack 1008, and
Messrs. Jack Crum Haley Thacker In Renee Terrace Auxiliary will meet Friday
Duke, Lloyd Fleming Melvin Plans for a program to be night at 7.10 at the Orange Coffee I-IL 39" i
Johnson, J. E. Lupfer Jr.. and readied for presentation In Garden community building, CAN
R. Whldden.. Interment followed May are underway. 714 George Street. .
In Rose Hill\ Cemetery While there Is no membership All eligible veteran and ladle WITH TMII COUPON AND PURCHMt a

Grlssom Funeral Home was In fee, members have decided havbeen urged to attend lAVE 12* EACH ALL PURPOSE (Limit 2 with $5. food order) OmM-ei. JoBtlPBOUTNStrawberry
to a voluntary (200
charge of arrangements pay these meeting the second
entrance fee to provide a fund Friday of each month. Preserves
JEWEL CLYDE BARBER for the music to be used. Astor Oil 2400&. 25 .eea TMa" rewHMM I cm
AH those IteresUd In musicof 1pr
Jewel Clyde Barber, 42, of the choral nature have been lUMlCATINO I AT ANY WINMDIXIIICN
Route 2, Kissimmee, passed Invited to attend the meetingFriday and i
away at the U.S. Veterans OIL CHANGESSmltty's
I Hospital, Bay Pines, early night.PRESBYTERIAN AmirkoR Oil lAVE IK EACH ALL PURPOSE (Limit 2 with $5. food order)
Monday after lengthy Illness.Member .
of a pioneer'Osce- CHURCH ATtMf
County family, was anative > WtI rANO
and lifelong resident of
Sacrament of Infant --- -- --- --- wen $ Nat: ae
this area. He was In the cattle administered at
business.He the Baptism 11 o'clock was service SundayIn FUEL o"FiRliji1"r.; .
was a Baptist and a Veteran the First United Presby.terlan i .
of World War 2. Church. Those christened Nee less '_AI' Iem
Survivors include two sons, were Joseph Suldo, Jr., Mr.4 in -..,.. fIk.II..I AT ANY WINNIXII
Lester Barber, West Palm son of Mr. and Mrs .Joseph :. HILL GRIFFIN NATUKIfl" aESH FKOZtN WHOLE STRAW d
Beach and John Barber, Kis Suldo Sr. and Tracy Lee Newman For O.. Delivery' ItteaeHarM
simmee One daughter Mrs daughter of Mr and "pi setseesa. ORANGE Berries. 3 s1.NIP
Clyde K. Barnes, West Palm .
Mrs. Kenneth Newman. .
A. rttk **faa*
Beach. His mother, Alice Tin.
dall Mape Two sisters )In.Marr.ret New member recently walcorned Iceeeah..aede.. .e ....., Sollebury. Nero MM Loot
Into the church aos-rea 'tal
were > 58 Eatll T I" Stf
Lenin and Mrs
Irene Limb, all Kissimmee.Halfbrother Mr. and Mr*. Gilbert Hidden, For OM Service: Pkoa I MOATDannerH 2 8 9xMOHTON 11TH THIS = ANO tueGNi[ a
Miss Grace CoU,.". Mrs. Kenneth R
Billy Mapes, St. Newman Mia Bertha J. m, mouse,. .., .**. e. .eawe
tutor Ann
Cloud.Funeral services will be held FagundU, Mrs V. W. ..... away mrtmimm Mf-4TO. Apple Cherry, Peach CotonulFruit : "'re... )LoliOflt
at 4:30 from wick, Mrs. Juan Orndoff and !.. Mir**** B.,./*.a -- ,- _AIf "'"
p.m. Miss Sandra Omdoff.ST. H. M. Mall aem-ia. *.. fi t 200& F
the Rev.Grissom Floyd Cox Chapel Minister with the of CLOUD CHAMBER .r Call ... MmMM* mgr.MT4JII 2 Cat,' 9 9; Pies 3 Size 1. 'I AT ANY WINN-OIIIuR4 /

the Campbell Station Baptist
Church officiating. Casket MEETS WEDNESDAY .....* 0-BWrr a4T-al
bearers Messrs. Stanley Bar. 8t Cloud's Chamber of c. u. Ty *
ber, Nell Shelhorn. Houston Commerce will meet Wednesday Lea mvae. ss head
Partin. Dana Map**, George Feb.. 19, for Dutch treat /carom
Hummell. Mat McClaln. Preaentatlon I .
of the Flag at Rose .!5 AI

Hill Cemetery courtesy Mak-
Inson-Canoa poet Number 10, -t \1
American Legion. Griseom Funeral 14 YOUR I CHOICE 1 ; YOUR I CHOICE I
rangements.Home la In charge of ar rr/ '


CLOSES METHODIST THURSDAY REVIVAL Notable I Detergent'uj Iinst.uu Coffee ,

The eUwing service of the Daring the year wee served mesyappreciative
revival at the First Methodist eemnenU have bee received 0

Church will be Thursday, Feb. from bereaved faaiilU. Many ef theseremawaU 1 I
Itth at T ..... Dr. J. M. Me- iI strew the fsoilly'. appreciatle GIANT BOX 10-01 JAR ;
8 9"
Leod will bring the; 391
and Charles Selph will lead. of the personal quality ef our service, a SAVE 20 SAVE 20' ';
the alngiar. ..uaalt.n4 quality actable to each aervke we provide
0. Sunday. fe.. ICtk, the
Ollet. .. \
Cab Resets sad dm mothers 'frt AW House (U"Coffee Molar) ::
Sow 30
: |
wU attend the worship aerv- modIII
lee at It ..... .c JQf ...
t 1' M'
the AIM aMiilssUej*. M-u ee,> .flaanee Feb 17th.will RIEDEL Tide.49 I / Coffee SoY.261 S129 ':'

meet at T p..>* "d tile -'tidal "" .
board at 730. I4NOMAMUAO i ms UmJt I with $500 food ,4" Unit I with $5.00 or
Orlando Circa 10' lumlT/ more food ordtr. :
The Greater $1,111alitiuuli orbs Of 11IOr1e # "
IIftQ .
Um Wrfcera School win beheld (101101oTiera _
at UM Fin Method a

through Cfcmh la the Orlaad 21sC Cetmea r... 17th will -... ...

be held each *ve tag free $174111 ,
T.SO to '::JO. The theme. this
yea Is -A Year With Special :

Emphasis .. SpMt.d Earkh- .
meat Among the teeUwtenla oI aIt
the _B lusewm Dr. Chart
La,... ef the Deptrtaa*** offefcgiev. ''I
Florid 8...hfCeOec stamp fatmE

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, Kennedy Space Center Tour Now Open for Sunday Afternoon DriversTwo


< ..2'j"'; """ 'I! U 20 mile per hour) passing ., .,,, 1f\. I
Hour Tour >. ," .. '' '
;. f"1 r.. \. first the launch pad number w C ,

/ .. / :f five where astronaut Sheppard oj 1 !
.. )',f: .\. liissi".ee azettc
Guarded Closely; < :.l f8*...,I.,.;'.'.';.,1) \ and Grlwom were lifted t. .
i" .
No Stopping '" i ''r..t ,' I Int4 apace. Page Eight The Gazette, Klsslmmee, Fla. Feb. 18, 1964--

( .k From this point w* passed

I .f,.. ,, underground fuel mound .
Th. 'worlds moat expensive where the highly eiploalvefittte

attraction" it now' open to tho are stored for the flights. CancerEducationFilms

public fret for five hours a From here the tour drives

week. past the Redstone, Jupiter and

It's the John F Kennedy Thor launch sites and on top AvailableJim

Space Center on CApe Ken. (north) to the Centaur sit*. i

nedy which li now open on From here the traffic beginsto 1

Sunday afternoon to the travel about five miles an ,
educational vehicle accidents.
public. hour past several Atlas pads Rooney,
chairman of the CHceola County A booth at the Kisiimmee
The highly guarded tour until the traffic rears a standstill ..
take about an hour and Includes In front of Comple 14 Unit, American Cancer So- Valley Livestock Show and :.
is anxious to take bookings Fair will supply educational :
a complete drive around where Astronauts Glenn, Carpenter ,
for educationalfilm literature, slides of both local ;:
a new
the cape where Oiceola Coun. Schlrra and Cooper '
launchIng "k.i entitled "The Million and national I Interest, and exhibit ::
ty residents can see the made their famous voyageafrom. ( ,

pads for sped and fame Club". dreisings and other J:

of such: gentlemen as Glenn, The next four launching r t : ,. The new film, for showings supplies available to cancer .

Cooper, Sheppard, et al. pads are for the Titan missile before adult groups Is available patients at Cancer Loan closets j..

The tour on the espe.-about Now we traveled around the for civic clubs, professional in Kisiimmee and St. e:

80 minutes drive from Osce- bend and headed down the groups, P-TA and other organisations. Cloud. a-

ola County-Is closely guard backside past the central control There Is no :

ed and nobody Is allowed to area The tour does not charge for the film and arrangements REPRESENTED AT AREA :

stop or leave their cars. permit cars to go on further to have a qualified CANCER MEETING :

Over 20,000 cars make the north to the new Saturn launch physician on the program to

tour every Sunday since it sections. answer questions will be madeon Twelve Osceola County voluntary :

opened last month, Past the Central Control advance request The film Cancer Crusade workers :

The following II a tour the center the traffic (now traveling VISITOR receives guide to the Cape at the runs 28 minutes and unfolds answered the roll call at
Into the
4.769 VEHICLES-pawed this entrance closely the American Cancer Society :
Gazette took recently.We around 20 miles per a gripping story and focuses
John F Center.
to the Kennedy Space
arrived at the gates after guarded area on Sunday, Feb 5, when the Catette took the !hour) passes the Industrial entrance upon seven people who discover 1964 area crusade meeting

'waiting and slowly moving tour. The average has been 21,000. area, hangar "S" and then to a common bond all Feb. 6 at the Cherry Plaza ;:

for about 20 mInute At the Space Flight Control Cen have survived cancer for five Hotel, Orlando. ,0

the gates a tour sheet Is given Cent u.... cats the speed limit is 60 miles opportunity to see the backside Although the pads neareit to years. Those attending were Mrs. ::

which point. out the various We traveled slowly (Although per hour in most places the ter.From here the tour cuts east of the Thor, Jupiter and the road are over 100 yards Any organization wishingto Jack Batten, Mrs William :

launching pads and their re- the speed signs Indi traffic will rang from fire In order to give tourists an Redstone sites. away, sightseers can still get book the film may do ao by Dawson Mrs. G. S. Ball, Mrs. ::

an excellent Idea of the place calling Rooney at 847-2884, Roes Sheets, Mn. James Ren. :'
MOTH TO IIKFKMl to the i3onorahl g I' Johnson for Otceol County at hi* office In you may have ...In.t'the estate of And then out the gates. which since January 81, 1958, nek Mrs. J. H. Watson .:
CIRCUIT County Judu of (' ;'I Ia Coon.ti' ihe i Courthouse In kissimmee, Florid FRIEDA R BASS deceased. lat. 10 Emmett Street, Klsiimmee, er, ,
1JorHIN; ;>lgTlTcar. Florida' on (he hilt day of : *. on. or before the 24th day of of Oeceol: County, Florid. to lbs Cameras are allowed but the when Explorer 1, the Free or his co-chairman: Mrs. Lois Mrs Ray Kline and Dr, Nelli.If
CUT IV AND I'OJOHC'IWLA .;.rch ID44 for epurovel, of '.. 0. 1004. and to serve County Judg nf said County at Ml policemen on guard at all possible World's First Earth Satellite, Leadbetter from St. Cloud; Ti
Lake St.
OUNTY. KTATE Of KLXIIUDA, come and fur final dle'harCs a* copy rrj.f on Plalntlffi attorney office In the Court HOUM at Kl.ilmme .- turnoffs will perlmt no went has become a location Russel, Alligator \
IN &HAIWERY.: I). H. RANK AdmlnlBlretrl of the B"t"t. of whose Items and addreu Inket *. Florid. within six cilen- up Cloud, 882-2387. Mrs J. C Ellison, Narcoossee;
HIIION and MILDRKO: I.. HI. Ltnnird K My deceieed out below Should you fill to dnr monthi from the date of the stopping on the trip. known through out the world. Rooney also released the Mrs Bus Quirk, Mrs Henry _:
RON TII'I' wife 1'lilntlrf, v>. J4hie loth day of January 4o *o. Deere Pro Confront will be tint publication of this Notice
( ., *t ci.) Unfend- entered anilnet you WITNESS my Each; claim or demand must be In ... following Information Over a Simmons and Miss Marilyn ,
.nti. Hull to Quiet Till. Notice Adniei.lretrin. of the Fetal of hand ci Clerk of acId Court and writing I and mud elate the place 12-month period, the cancer Dietrich, Kisiimmee. .
to Lfefend. The Ktit of Florid ... .on.rdC.. Mey he eeel of Mid Court at Kliilm of residence of the claimant end
10 NFTTIR l-OI-at end Hrlnmm and McXMilrter mi*. O cola County, Florid this must be .worn to by the claimant death toll in Oaceola Countywas
I-OI E, her nUNbind. If the Attorney at UawKleHlmmee. JOih day of January, A D IBM his agent or attorney or the urn greater than deaths resulting REV. TOMS GIVEN !
h married, J. M riTKKTT and Id.February St. Cloud Honor .
; (CT: CT SEAL) will become void according to law .-
.. from traffic accidents.
-- PUCKETT. III.| wI' 5, 51 GLENN RAY This the :30th d., of January, FOUR YEAR RECALL
If hi b* arried. W H, MANN I. II, 10 IT. net Clerk Circuit Court 1964 This information Is given In

and MANV. hi. wlfe, COUNTY .JUDO :'. Oeceole County, Florida In/ LUC7LE SCHMIDT the annual report of Florida Rev. Fred Toms has been 1 I
It h. b. .n.rrl.d: UHF-It HAN. IN THH Murray W Ov.ntret. Jr. Executrix. fBth* Estate
1..01'1' and HANI..CIN.DWIj.Jb COURT: FLORIDA. Attorney for Plaintiff ": R Base. deceased, Roll is ReleasedThe vital statistics for 1962, recently given a four year recall to I
hi*. { .h*J':*.. and -! NO. ..__ I P O Box 492KlMlmm and TheckerDon released by the Florida remain as pastor of the i
-- hia wife, If h* b* IN HE: FHTATB OF **, "Horld 527: Klulmme Fla, State Board of Health Roon- Church of the Nazarene, be.
U 111M
IIJJo B RMRRICH HHATRICB M. FARLEY, Jan :23 30, F.b S. Attorney for Executrix .
and married-:- EM HICH. hi. pee*>edMintH, Jan M. 30 Feb .. 13 MM following students have Bonita Patron Patricia Salley eye aim Is to present an educational ginning after the district I

wife. It he b* mirrltd: J. WItATCLTFlF. TO ( HKDITOR MOTH OF SPIT! made an average of B or betterIn and Susan Stewart program for each of meeting in May :
KATCIIFFfc. hi. !' be TEEd, mHCHIUUrKKS:' AND NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN COUNTY JUDOF COURT all subjects and citizenship 10th grade: James Dietrich, these cancer victims That fig The local church was organ :
,n.rriedi T. I). ; :Vn'/.lCh.end ALL PKHWONM HAVINdCLAIMS AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA forthe third six week periodof Schneider ure Is 56. Total number of lied eight yean ago with 13 I
FOBLR.. hi* wlf. OH IItMANDI' STATE OF FLORIDA In NO. 571S Timothy Crowe,
Chancery the school 1983-841 deaths in the county was 328. memberi. Since then the membership -
If h* b* married U W. l>l<;K.IVHOV AHAINMT RAID FRTATB: JAMES W. CULPEPPLR Plaintiff: IN RE!:: ESTATE OF year, Elizabeth Stalvey, Judy
and -,--- DICKl.NHON YOU AND KACH OF YOU ar* ". ALICE M McCRAY CULPEP EFHE DAVIS DeceMedKOTK 7th grade: Diane Beaton, Dick Brofts 'JoyceRsdickl Of this total 66 died from has Increased to 200, I
hl" wlf. II h* b* mrHed hereby notified end required to PER DcfendinL NOTICE: OF 'It'' OF INTri' 7IOW TO Ivan Brown, Louise Farmer, Unzieker cancer and five from motor with a Sunday school of 225
AUSTIN If fryjSi{ l.neon t soy claim which )you SUIT. The Stale of Horld to MAli Al'rl.NATION FOR and Sharon Wheeler.
WF.U..H: or either of you, may hav ALICE M McCRAY CULPEPPERYou FINAL DISCHARGE Virginia Hawkins i Bonnie
If hi h* married: JAM Ell F.CTEFFA rtlnt the **'.1. of Beatrice ire hereby notified that a suit TO ALl. WHOM IT MAY CON- Watkins, Bonnie Bowers, Teresa 11th grade: Marpgl Abra
end M Farley, d eceeeo d, lets of 0. hams Ruth Adams Betty Lou Garden Club NewsOsceoleans f
In equity for divorce has been ,
HTFFFA. wife. If h* b. m r- mole County, Florid, to the hrnuiiM WCtLIEPllR "NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN; McConnell, Karen Hall,
rid 1 O. 'ltl FHAUTZ end County Judge of **.ld county at aiielniit In you the by Circuit JAMES Court Thut Cl.ude Dorman h.i filed hli Martha Henichen, James Lee, Bullis, John Crowe, Sandra
FHAUTZ. his wife, If b* his office In the court hoops atKluelmmee Executor of th* Ei- Beeler Patty Ninow JohnOutten
1"f the Ninth. Judicial I Circuit I In and final return a* David Webb ,
Florida, within ill Arthur Meyers, ,
b married: the unknown h lr* .vli. deeeined: thai
for County of Oorola, Slat ol tale of Efd D Oscar Simmons Don I
..I law, legiteei. devlneea or of relrnder first month from the of date thl ,flnrlrii, end you ere hereby *unvninncd he hn filed\ petition for find dlecharie 'John YYeihe, Randy Woods, are Urged to f
and"oHBIH tha publication
JANE V. JONbH aId Stewart 'Janice Young
f to ,
0 MAUIlVi Seminole I I Notice Each rlalm or demand ordered and required to file end that h* will I apply Donni Singleton, Richard ,
Invulment Company. must b. In writing and mum >our written aniwer or defwi to the Honoribl O P Jo neon Keith Brault and James Bcttylee James, Karen Major,
Land and l CountFlorida. Ford
4lnrnrported whoc.). a permit Virginia'to train-torpnratlon. th state* claimant, the piece and of moot residence b* sworn of the you Complaint In the above tiled entitled herein cause glnet, In County: Judge on the of 2nd Oeceol day of March: Parker. Margaret Meyers and Judy Enter Flower Show at FairBy j

act boulilece. In the male of Klor- to by the claimant, hi* agent or the tifflc of the Clerk of the Circuit HIM for approval of urn, and of the for 8th grade) Robin Beck, Me- Morris.

Ida h** been...lln.cancelled, \ I uC and"ore lbsunknown come attorney void( or eceordin the cern: I law.will b.. County Court Hurld In. it and his for office Oeceoli In the enteir final dUchii-K of '.Wa Davl II Executor, deoe.eedIhli liisa Graham, Nancy Hall, 12th grade: Lance Bass, Sally Cooperrider times. A* the arrangement !

In intereat trustees or any other Thl the lOtus day of January, Court HOUM In Kleilmmee, Florid I 27th day of January DORMAN 19M Devo Heller, Jimmy Hodglns, Sonia Delk, Ida Klncaid, GaryI Mrs. Joseph Watson chairman are to be judged, Mrs. Watson

part' tUlmlng paid by. torpor-throuahunder 1t14. a/ EDNA n DEXTERAdininielretri on 1U64 or..nd0 before etrv Sib a dy copy of of March euch CLAUDE Executor of the Rotate of Doris Kempfer Gary LaMJn- I I Crofts, Donna Hil5i4epoj> | i' of the Arts and Crafts asks that entries be brought .
or agalnut : Flfl; Devil. Dec**!*!. Donna Wesley Elaine Partln 'Marilyn Pinkert, Helen section of the .
all o7 the above namedprtl of the answer or defense upon Brlnwn da, Kisslmmee Valley In. before 11:00: a.m. Wednesday :
Ion I
*>, If alive and If deed, Estate of Beatrice M Farley, and McWhirtsr. Altorn.I" for Murray W. Oventreet, Jr. Winnie, and Tanya TJvnotaV Todd Sandra Thompson, Livestock chow urges all morning/,U 18th .
.. deoeaeedMurray I. A w
d.vl. *. : whose addle. .
her unknown or granteea heirs. .or, any W. Oventreet fr tl.lnUrhareln rod Office P.O n'it.olf..tor 9th grade: Donna Bond, Nancy Tourney and Margaret Osceola Countlans to enter 1The Hibiscus Circle will it

and legatees all other pernuni or parties Attorney for Admlnletretrli Florida, on or'JfJ.fltfulr..d : dais so Klulmmee. .'lorlda.IJ. Sheryl Bryant, CatherineManning. Walton. artistic arrangements In the meet tomorrow, Feb, 14th, at :
I* O BOII 4BI, KUelmm, Fla.Fab do Jan 30 Fb (. U. :N. 10MNOTirK
lew fall
through under or \ by If you to
ltalnt cle-lmlng them by : an>' and all per I I, II. 10. IT, lose.IN w.. a Decree Pro Confeno will be Laureen Guitafion, Indicates students with all"A's" Flower Show section. the home of Mrs Carl Kenton, :

tie or iiernon having or clilm. cnlrred glnt you for the rlll I ITA Lloyd Story, Dixie Harmon, There will be four categories for a Valentine Therapy Workshop :
InK *ny right till, or lnt.r..t i THill ('DUN?? .JUWIC' demanded In the Complaint OF anT for competition. 2:30
lends hereinafterdeiirlbed. C'Ol'JlT. WITNESS hand Clerk ol THE OF p.m.
to the my a*
In and Ttfl Sglr'Arogl'lC'U;
a* follow, to.witLot OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. will Circuit Court ol Oecec-li 1. An arrangement using The Gloriosa Circle will meet
H of 1\*lIon II Town. NO ens;. County> Florida, and th* seal qfeald IN AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE Osceola School driftwood. Friday, Feb. 21st, 2:30: p.m. at a
Penis Court t Klulmmi* Oeceoli
II booth *,
hip HeceaeedMil 2. An using the home of M... M T. :
IIl CLARA A. CAHH D VARNA- arrangement Boynton
end lute < ,t, 10, II, II. II County Hnrida, this :ZTih day ol'iinuary Chincery R AY MON
IT. II. I o. 41 :1'1:4: II. II KM 1'Pt.ll''TlII OK Iv'IKvl'Iustd KOHrllAL TONAMK .'' 1B64 PURE, PUIntlfl, vn Oir.A P VAR- sea shells, fish net or any SOS Verona. Mr. George :
end II of :. Town IHMIIAHUM /GLENN RAY NAfXJRF; Defendant NOTICE OF Honor Roll Announced material from sea shore H. Harris will speak /on rose
Kt.according ol to
Hhlp II Houth. Range11 Clerk of the Circuit Co..rtNfJi" SUIT. The Stale
to the official plat TO ALL WHOM IT MAT (CT SEAL) OLC.A P, VARNA DORE. You ar* S. Any arrangement in a cultivatIon M... Geo. Bron-

of the Kemlnol Land and In.. CONOFRN NOTICK:18 IIKRKHY: lIVEN' ; AND McWHIRTER hereby notified that lull In equityfor copper container son will assist Mrs. Boynton :
(Incorporated tin .been brought firstsemester Susan Schield and J. mnle
teitment Company ealdaectlon. THAT Murray W Overelreet, Attorney tor Plaintiff divorce The honor roll for the < 4. Any arrangement In a as co-hostess.
Mubdlvlalon of Kilntt by Raymond Varnador -
) Klulmme Florid you
hue filed his Fine Return Osceola High Skinner.
filed and recorded In Jr* Administrator of the Raids: Jn SO Feo i, 13 :20 IBM In the Circuit Court ot She at glass container, (figurine allowed Date to rem.mber-Feb. 19- e
the office of the Clerk of th. a of Clara A ( ecenee di Nitlh, Judicial Circuit In and forCounty School has been announced as Grade 12: Ronnie Hartley, ) 23 Flower show of Klsslmmee :
Circuit Court of Orola Coun. h hen filed rilrl for IF:1\ NOTICE' TO DE.III'IOIN ol Oeceola, Slat of Florida I follows Jos Jardim, Peggy Harrel-
Ic. Stole of Florida, In lid lchra* and that h. will THE CIRCUIT COURT 0, and yes i are ,)'' summoned, or- : In the horticulture section Valley Livestock Show. :
Hook "0". pages II and ... apply to the Honoreble O PJnhneon THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN dosed and required to file your Grade 9: Judy Mllburn Barbara son, Foy Hoffman, Linda I. Unusual potted plants Now Is the time to ,
You and each of you ar* her* : Couny Juda of Ocecle AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE vrltlcn inawer or defenses to the Janet Kauff. Moak, Earl Johns, Venice 2. Common house before
plants Wait :
b> notified that a suit In equity, County, FlorliU on th* Ith OLA STATE (FLORIDA.. IN Complaint tiled herein agalnit you Reynolds, Joan a week or two
suit to quiet till, ba* been. day of March 1114. for approval CHANCERY KENNETH: W. MY. In the abov entitled reuse. In the man, Gary Carroll Craig: Hooten, Karen Hansell, Mrs. Watson urge all Interested pruning, new growth on freeze :
brouaht attempt you b> I DJ") of earns and for final die- ERS. Plelntlff, VS. JUNA DAWNROY offIce: of the Clerk of th* Circuit Cooper Meade Will, Chris Elliott, Jimmy Flees Gale to enter, whether a damaged plants will show .
FRANK BlltOS and MILURKI admlnlelrator of the MYFRS Defendant. NOTICE Court In and for Oaccola County. ,
charm a Daniels Jullann
U BIROS; hi* wife, 1 In the Or- eetat of Clara A, Carr delhl TO DEFEND. The State of Florid Florida. at his offlc In the Courl Lohmann, Kathy Schield, Alex Boyd, Garden Club member or not where to cut. :
cult I ourt of the Ninth Judicial of ce.* to JUNA DAWN ROt MYFRS: Houa* In Klulmme. Florida. on or Dlggea, Emory Tyner, Jennifer Miles Sandra Adams, Dottle The Flower Show section Cut back Daylilies after :
Circuit In and for the County Ird day of February, 017 North Ocylord LudlngtonMichigan befnr the :14th day of .'.bruar)'. Marble Ruth Hale, Randy
will be In the
Barn anda
Onc.ol I $tets of Florid I and : You are hereby; notified A D 1964. and to serve a copy of Plrrson, Linda Schmidt, danger of frost Is psst. a
>ou an* each of you and eec required hereby if Murray W Overetreet Jr. thit a suIt In equity for divorce auch aniwer or defvnt upon BrlnetA Carolyn Phay, Lynn Ribley Beard Dennis Kowalikl Susan guard will be on duty at all Happy Gardening!) :
lummoned. ordered Admlnletrator of the Relate of bee been brntight lnit you by and McWhtrter. Attorney for Janice liar- Hale Bruce Schnltzler,
to file your written anewer filed or Clara A ('arr. deceeeed KENNETH W Y\ In the Circuit Plaintiff, herein wh,,.* addr*** U Randy Langston Susan Hale Donna Kinney T "*** **nm*_ "."TffTtiflHkgii:-""'*'*r .-, :
d.fenoe. In the Complaint Feb. '. II, It, flIN'I'IIK 1144 Court of the Ninth Judicial, Pint Office Bon 348, KlMlmm. tlion, Charles Swallows and ,
herein entitled iiralnit caul, you In the In the office abov", CIRCUIT COURT, Circuit, In and for County of Oer- Florid. on or before, Hid dit nrequired Susan Warden. Susan Lohmann, Pam Dym- Randy Langiton, Charles. Ribley. :

the Clerk of th* Circuit I Court In NINTH JLPICIAL CIRCUIT, ol*. Stale of Florida. and you an by law If you fall to don Grade 10: Leslie Gift, Betty mek. Swallows, Janice Harbison,
hereby summoned ordered end requiced a Decree Pro Con 111IO will\ b* Grade 12 Ronnie
end for orol Count, Florid IN AND FUR O"CICOLA DCT: Jo Condone, Judy Nancy Partln Judy Robert. :
at his office I In the Courthousein COUNTY, FLORIDA I INCHANCKRY to file your written eniwMor entered nilnit you for the relief Jacobs, Polly Thacker, Nikki Jos* Jardim, Joan Allen, Foy s
I Flnrld on or he NIX Mil. defenses to the Complaint tiledherein demanded In the complaint Ungaro Wesley Clark, Lome Powers and Judy Tyner. son and Susan Warden.
m'h.d agalnit 'In the above WITNESS my hand ai Clerk of Hoffman Linda Moak Elva
fore the ey of March, 1114, I>I\<)H( HHARBARA you
and to eer\e a ropy ef such an ItAKUH: entitled cause. In the office of the odd Clrrult Court ol Oeceoll Alter Joe Kowalakl, Linda For the third six weeks Grade 10: George Pyle, Leslie Lee Munson, Earl Johns. Rob
defined Tharker Clerk of the Circuit Court In and County, Florida, and the seal of Kathleen Wilkie Steve
ewer or upon Luper ,
and Thinker Plalntlffa attor v.. JrRAZIER'1 I for Ocol County Florida. *t his cold. Court at Klulmme, OcoliCounty period It I. as follows: Gift Betty Jacobs, Polly ert Magnaghi Karen Hansell, .
once herein whole addree I I. LOl'18 KUWAIU!: .. { ''I office In the Court Houe In Kit Florida, on the Jilt day of Thacker, Linda Cole, Brenda Thacker Nikki Ungaro James Veniie Hooten, Joan Stallion- I
lion 117, Miilmm., Florid on l>. ilmmr Florid. on or "before the January, A O. 1964 Shaw, Pamela Goodrich, Ros- Grade 9: John Sherberth Funk, Wesley Clark Lorne I., Jimmy Pleas Gale Boyd
nr before old date a* requiredb OTIC'III OK. atir 2nd day of March AD 111M. and l /0GLENN: RAY Goold Dora Lorena Wanda Sherry Bass Marie John.on ,
lew If you full to do *o. a TO: LOUIH Kt'WAItt) .FRAZIER In nerve a copy of such aniwer or Clerk of Circuit Court lyn Alters, Joe Kowalskl, Linda Sheila Daniels, Juiianne Miles,
iJerr** I'ro Con'.,," will be Ml Hlnckle Road defenses upon Thicker sod Thicker Oweola County, Florida Paulk, Lynn Randall, Mar. Judy Milburn, Barbara Reynold Lupfer' Kathleen Wilkle Linda Wayne Kauffman Sandra
entered igilnit you for the relief Hvennle, eeso'huselts Plaintiffs attorney* herein, (Circuit Court Seal 1) the Sessions, Sharon Hawk, *, Marilyn Baas, Jane Divlson -
demand III the ComplnlntXMtneu YOU ARId HKHKIIV: NOTI- whoa. *ddr *i li Box KIT, KIeoIrn'mee BRINSON AND McWHIRTERAttorney Cole, Brenda Shaw, Roilyn Adams. Dottie Marble, Ruth
my band a* Clerk ofpaid FlED Ihel a OompUInt for III. Fla. on or "before laid dan for Plaintiff and,SUphanie Jewell. Janet Kauffman, Margaret Goold Dora Lorenz Martha Hale, Nancy Hearn, Randy
Clrrult Court of Oicenle ,'rc.'e hue been filed a..ln.t ,oUt M required by lew If you fell to Klielmmee. Florida Grade 11: Judy Poaey, Dean Schultse: Gary Carroll Seailons Acre .
Count)', Florid, on thl* the llh and )'011 U. .qulr.d 10 enrvs a da M>, a n.c-.... Pro ConfeiM will .I.",. :31. Jo F.b. e. 13. 19U Win f Meade Judy Stephanie Beard, Ray Cody Dennis Howsliki
day of Februr) A. I)., *554. copt' of your Answer or pl<>*dlnc or entered eiilnit you for the r* Hadley, Connie r Craig Cooper, Will Jewell and Theresa Noe. Bruce S-4miUler, Susan
/OLKNN RATClerk to the CumpUlnt an the. lain- llcf demanded In the Complaint IN CIRCIIT CofHT FOR" THE Joyce Baxter, Donna Elkins, Elaine Bevil, Sandra Corbitt, Hair Susan Lohmann and
uf the Circuit ('..url. lift attorney, IKORUR U \M"NISS my hand as Clerk oluM NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP Marcie Lombardy, Sandra Chris Lohmann, Ton! Stod- Grade 11: Judy Posey, Dean ,
LAPII\M .0 North Dianne Pierson.
oereola County tlurlda ( Court Circuit Court of Oeceol Coun- Hl'ill I lOA. IN AND FOR OSCKOU :
( BADTharker Street IceS 'InJIO'I.I 105 l, 1,7. Florid.. and the Seal of lAid COLNTT IN CHANCKRYtJlVOKCK. Warden, Peggy Armstrong, dard Alex Digges, EmoryTyner Hadley, Connie Winfrey, :Marcie .
and Tha>'kerAttorne OrUndo, Anwer theOriainei In courSEAL' at Klulmme. Oecenli Coun. HAT K HALE, Plaintiff ; I Brenda Pipkin, Sandra Reed, Margaret Farmer, Jennifer Lombardy, Mary Johnnon, DCT Simo Terrell Jo Car.

)*..for Florid I'lsintiffekiesimme. the office of the or Clerk ple.dlnt of the Jenoary.5'" nurlda.AD 01tho 1964. itlnd day 0' I. KRD, virau HALF.HENRY Defendant KMW LIU-NO- Pierson, Linda Schmidt, Bill Hanklna, Peggy Armstrong done, Judy Powers, Heidi,

Keb. 4. II in. |T. IK 4 Ircult Court on or before the IltLFNN. JUY. Clerk oJ r'itnrAS\ tYl+ THB STATE OF I tamed by any persons ,po..ln.1 Caroline Phay, Lynn Rlbl.,, Sandra Reed and Jane RilKrt' Judy TynerDitcovtrtd .
iMh da>' of .hur,. IM4 If the Circuit TO:; HENRY ItEMS aa. Interest la, the, '" _
IN THE ((,IJNTYJUDGES )IIU fell to do eo. decree pro h LH.LAKD MALE c 'e Mr*. John ddreeilng en inquiry 10 stay K.llreen ..
('OUR?. canfeeeo will b. taken euelnet ( 0..01. County. ". Illird. Decatur, Tea nerno 5: Nt.). Stale Comptroller aa Ad-
OSCEOLA COUNTV. FLORIDA for the relief demanded In 1 TICK III HKHLRY lIVEN thatIlilnllff mlnl.irilor. Abandoned: : Property
Complaint. has In.tlluUd ult for< I'"lalon. Capitol, TalUhueee.Florida. ;
JNt RE: ESTATB OF UATKD at Kleelmmee. OeceolaCounty Attorney for JMnlnUffPO divorce glnt la the above B* cur* te mention ncount -
MARTHA CROWDER. DewieedNOTirK Florida thl* llnd day of liv tan Klulmme, Florid sOled Court IOU are herel number and .
TO < RKDITOMN Januer ieee.til.kNN Jan at), IBM. Feb. t U 20. l MIN oemmoned. ordered and *S d...*. e* ,ubU.h... In thl. notlc.. ,,
TO Ac.!. WSTRIBUTFFS AND ALL PFR- Circuit Court, Oecenlaouni THE: defenses to the Complaint filed relented t* the holder by April -j :-
hORS HAVINn CLAIMS OR TKMANPS (' \-, Klurlda COUNTY JUDIE'a COURT In Ik. abov styled raise III the ?I. IM4 the property will bedn'iiver.d
AGAINST CAll) F!\TATB' ll> .*/ .\: trI. R. Ha>*. OSOKOLA COUNTY FLORIDA office of the Clerk of the dreamt \ te the AdministratorThereafter '
YOU AND EACH OF YOU em Deputy. ( : CASE NO. 069 I t"'lurt for the Ninth Judicial Or- all further claims
hereby notified. and required to 'Iriult .ultlt.W ,IN RIt ESTATE OF ult of Florida In and for I...... mum b* directed I* lbs Admin- A.N
pmcnt any claim which you or Keb Mac, I. 1114 STANLEY A. DOW1AT. DeaMt: ..,i. County, *t bl* offlc. In the '...r.tor.R.
either of you may hv tutlnitth I Courthouse I" Ki.simmee. ., K lives I
eit le of M rth. Crowder, dereaeed IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE NOTICE OF INTENTION "TONAkK on or before the 11th day of A* AdmlnlelratorFeb. .
lets of Oweola County. NINTH JUDICIAL C fJ'lts&r.' AIT1.K'ATION FOB blare),, $064. and ta serve a copy II. 1*. 1144
llorld. to the County Judct of MOKIDA IN AND FINAL UIMHAROR thereof on l'latstiff'e 1 .. T D
sold county at his office in the OLA COUNTY' IN CHANCERY J. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN chose name *etut NOTISnA TO. C stts'roSe
Cuurthouw at Klulmme. Florida W ('01>111.1: UK .1 el PlaintIff '< below I :o..1d.yes ; lr70 do 55 ... .rt .1 she ,'aaa5yJadest
1II11hl. sIn wlendir month from i* MASSALONA 5I'RINCMTON et N'I,", li hereby given that 1h .o, Derre. 1'1'. Confeam will be OUnvSa ...<", rundaje :
In* dit of the tRot publication of tic vt .1 Drfrnd.nle SUIT TO *", file my final return .* admlnltir.lrl entered %t'itpese my edIt e Y li
.t.r.I in
thin nolle Each claim or demand 01'ILT 1'ITI.a: NOTICE OF SUIT. of the eeute et Stanl?. bend *. Clerk I I* Court and IH MR THH K:'T'TK OKTRFKKIE
mu t b* In writ ln,. *nd most ittte THK: STATE O.' FLORIDA TO: A Dow 11. dece**.di that I have the eel I .t Mid Court at Klailm.mee a. BALl'INO
the piece of mldenc of the claimant MASSALONA RPRING3TON andCPRINLSTON tiled my petition lor dutrlbutton ScenIc County, Horlda l>*ceed a htart: the very
hut- thai this' $th 15(5.iCt. To all Creditor, Legal k
and muet b* eworn to by the her end Air final discharge. and'r.' his ienl or attorney, or .band residence unknown. If the bemarried. ox March 2nd 1IW4 I will apply to CT Distributee and all Personsbavin ad shop of love itstlf!
It pagaieat
the urn will become void: accord If eliot and II dead their the Honorable O P. JohiwonVunty OLKNN RAT acid. RaIsteYou or ma
Inf to lew' unknown hrlr *l taw. l...ete detvrt ( Judge ol Orea4a County lerk Circuit CoertOaceola end each of are hereby -
This the, 14th day ot January \\ end irantovei and any and Florida. for epprov.l of said finalreluin Co.. ,. Florid.. netlflwt and required yes te pr-
J"' all parties cl.lmlnf Intereet byIhrouvh and for aN order 01 dlitrl- Murrey. W. Overetreet JrVtinrney eat any claim which >o" or And Beautiful HALLMARKTHAT
./ MAl: PHINNIYAdmlnlitratrla under or eielnit th* button" end for final dlchrg* aiadmiitletratrlx for rialatlftI either ot yea. have ag.lnetIke a '
CTA of the ala". nemed anowa peril*. andes ft I he mute of Stan- t) Hot SalElsaimmee .. of TRKIUIIB may M. BALm.ISO >. :
ElI.I. ef >' and all parties having. or .let A. D..wlt d_..*. U. .II.rlorldateax li-March. i. less ............ tel. 0' tbe-ele :
Mirth Crowder tf-**ed running any right till or IntereelIn Thl* 22nd day of, lBi (l."t. I'lor.d. to .11. ,'...a.) .
Murray W. OverttreeC .I,. : nn'I..h.I tuikwinf described JENNIE BUJMIT, UAdmieinirstria NOTICE OF NAMES OFPRHMONtl Jedge of eats. Ceusty as hi.ftic. 4\ TilE
Attorney for Admlnlitratrlx CIA In OeceuT* Cuunty of the : API'EARINlj Til PROMNCHtT la tb. Court Heuee at .
Ii..n 432, Kliilmmea, lie, Hnrlde. lo-wlt Kotue ot Stanley A. : OF AHtNUOSEUPROPKRTY KlMOTmee. Florida. wltkle sin I I
J.... M 3D. .eb 5. 11. >..4NOTICB All of Lot II of Interne*** Uiwi.l deceued .I..r em.stba tram the date SAYS
City Farm Cerden. sometimes" till F Davl lurauant to **rlloa II of Chapter of the first pibllratlo of thl ('
OF IVTFNTIUN TO known a* Intrceion' City Farm Ktulmme, Florida tit. Florida talte.*. .*tltld Nolle*. Each delis er demand I WIl\T
MAKE APPliCATION KOHHNAL Gerdrnel accordlni to plt thereof Attorney tor AdmxJaa Florida INepoltlon of t'.- meat be In writing. an* meat i.: :
OI8CHAKOBIN : recorded In Plet Book I. pete: *X Feb .. I 3. :X. 1M4 claimed Property Act. *. nolle Uhereby .tl* the place .f reoMsiw of
THK Cot'HT OF THBCOCNTY H., public record of OroTaouniy -- given that the parsons the claim**! and save b* ewe,. IOU !;
JCIMIKO8CEOLA (' florida 'hit. IN THE COURT OF THE listed ....... appear le *. tbeowner t* by ibo claimant, kla aMt or : >- :
COUNTY, FLORIDA NOTICE: 19 HLRCBY: CIVEN COUNTY JUDGE: of UnclaImed M.....1 er lb. Mm will t*. ,
LtXtNARU IN HE: TIn KHTATK: OF Delntirie hav liuillut eullgmn ISCEOLA COUNTY rijOPIIXA a, 1..lbl. pr 4xrty tr******* com veil aeeordleg to law "A.'T I i \
K MAT, >i you In th* *buv, styled NOTICE TO mCDITOM This the lit" day of February.e ;;
lJee.*** IN ntOBATB Court to quiet, the Illlee of Plaiatifia IN RE ESTATE OF ) ::::.. ..-.., .-...$- eei.pptreat 15(5.
MAYNtrrI'K I ie end la their reeperllv partlom FRIEDA R BASS owner, O rwoJClliiorMa / Jaeeb A RaidingAdssisiatnaise I
TO ALL WHOM IT ot the shove deecrltwd prop.eityt. Deepened )( *. Utercmalo City FWrMa.arroent CTA.
CONCFKN:18 HKRFBT GIVEN end you ar* herrby eummonednroend To all Creditor*. Lecete Dt auiober I.....*-<. of Ik* Estate efTKBiWIli x HUNT BROS.
THAT Edna May ha m.., krfinal end required to Rio yourwritten Iilbutees. and all Penon katie .PIII.t .W..I ..... .... Kiaeim'ma. K.BRIN SAUlNtI.d.esae.d. ,

report Relate a. of Admlnlitratrltf Leonard' K. Onpllni. eiuwer filed or In th defenses* ebone. to*lykdraiu the. Cielme Eot.i*. er DemeAd agaUM aal* '. Plac'ida.islerse eOns. eeite' r.liiiT. tb* ON AND McWHIRTERAllaraey
Site In the orflc of Clerk .! deevrlpltve .f thei'veparup at sior44.
the anoiaal er
Ynqi end each of hershe Front
deoeeeed that tee
she you are
May ; Tie
Florida Open
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line Circuit CoIIrt for tile Ninth and th* eases and ,
filed petitics for final die. Juilio'iel 'IrVuit of Fktrlda. Is cad fled and required (. i eeenl of tie klr. may b* ee- -... 1.. 54. II; Mar I. 1M4
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1964 "Vintage Year" for Citrus, Declares Ivey as Local Plant at Full Tilt

Good Season for

All, Declares { Get Greater Impact With Gazette Classified DisplayCLASSIFIED I

Local Processor ; ),

"Th. price may be hither 1'1i"-' -. 'I Real Estate for Sale Real I Estate For Sale Articles for Sale WANTED order cook.-Experienced: Evening shift short

than our northern friends Diner E. Vine
may Apply
FOR SALE-A few chefee lots
like to pay but they will begetting ;, ) Shores. Some Street. __
I left at Cypress
a good product this / AD RATES lakefront, all have boat basin following loU in Orange Bombs let Zippers Set ToothBrushes
1cI| Ear Bobs Bel) Lost and Found
,ear. Easy terms. Contact Gardens are listed exclusively
This was Jerry Ivey's summation 5 cent per word, rivileges. I with Broker cooperationinvited. Shoes I7c; Socks Ue| Pillows
of the current citrus The Gazette, Klislmmee, Fla, Feb. 13, 1964 -Page Nine minimum .75 Mr. Winch at Cypress Shores us. 79ci Shirts fit Pant |1| D..... LOST-Shakespeare rod A reel

eason as OsceoU Fruit Distributor (with. lot S Block J 77.7 x 180-42660 ses 1.80j; Rues 86c| Nylons 39c; at lakefront William Long
had puking: plant, Employment currently is Classified out border Display): centered: 8 WE OFFER THIS FOR Lot t Block 0 '10. U M50 Hankies leI) Panties 15cj: Belts III. 1101 Smith St 847-8922 or
and feed 260 The Light TradingAt I lie Caps Uc| Spreads S2BO; Broadway Cleaners
concentrate plant persons, hey told point lines count ai 4 YOUR INSPECTION It Terms Can Be Arranged ;
mill running at full ipeed. Gazette Market word 14 point lines count Come. In or call Florence Harn Hair NeU 4ci; T-Shlrts 18e;
} Beautiful S bedroom two bath Nearly Everybody Trades at
"It's been a good season as lineicount ett, associate with
18 point
as 6 words CB stucco:: home adaptable to The Bargain Barn. Come to SI
ott.rlss., Belts, Polishes far as most everyone is con.
The Kisslmmee Livestock as I words, 24 point W. H. Morse
cerned" he said. "Growers are Use as fine restaurant (MUCH Corp. bert Mills Warehouse In Davenport DODGE
and Market last week had light lines count ai 12
other business Follow the
getting a fair return and a NEEDED) or 323 Broadway Immediately
floor MahSmitty' fair yield off their acreage trading in the slaughter tlass 84M88I On 441 close to Klssimmee All Kisslmmee Fla. 847-3133 signs.
American Oil unless last year's freeze was afuton" es with cows 60 cents higher DEADLINETUESDAY this and a cottage too I It If
ATM and calves selling strong. you are looking for a site on smain FOR SALE-A few choice lots 'BUILDS
NOON FOR SAL>>-C.noe 1'1.60.-
Stocker classes were too artery you can't afford left at Cypress Shores. Some
SHOPPING CINTIR He said 1964 Is a "vintage HP kicker S6.00. 26 HP kicker
far quality Is con few for the past two weeks NOT to check this. Lot has lakefront, all have boat basin
year" so as stow Car carrier
2(0.00 Camp
for accurate comparison except 135.S8 feet of frontage with 202 terms. Contact
coned with fruit poisesslng Real Estate for Rent privileges. Easy lantern. Ice chat, etc.
calves appeared strong to feet of Mrs. Winch at Shores. camp
depth. Cypress TOUGH
qualities for good eating and I New bargains dally at 8 A R
50 cents higher, according to Call Harris Daniel or Florence
CALL good processing. Market Pawn Co. Hwy 441, St. Cloud.
A large portion of OsceoU the Federal |9, 111, |12 per week. For In. Harnett associates with S BR Orange Gardens
Parks Furniture Co. Fruit's effort Is In preparingopcentrate News Service. formation apply 110 5. Beau W. H. Morse Corp. 18,150 EmploymentHELP
hundred and ninetittle
P.,,,..,.R.s.k.t T..r <* for storage. Thlz and calves were sold Feb. 5 I,rant or phone 847-1702. 32S Broadway TRUCKSRiedel
-- I BR CBS-Paved Street
ttniOMATO: same concentrate will be reconstituted Klssimmee, Florida 84T-SIJJ
7-4)71 compared to 185 the previous Card of ThanksCARD .
Ph- and packed in paper $ ,500 WANTED BOOK.KEEPER.Elperlencld
or glass for northern distribution week. only.
Few standard and good OF THANKS-W wish FOR SALE-Newly decorfurnished : > BR For RfntKING'S
next summer. salary |6B week
Starting per Motors
yearling slaughter steers sold take this method to expreitour
to .
SAND ROCK Apply Friday 10 to 12 am
from $18 to $19.50; utility appreciation for the many Broadway and school REALTY and Menu
MORTAR MIX FARM BUREAU PLANS $14 to $17.60 and utility at the retirement horns Owner Florida Distributing
cows kindnesses shown us Klislmmee 21 EMMETT ST.
STEELUREMESII PILAU SUPPER Call 847-647. 810 W. Vine St. facturing Co., Inc., ,
bulls marketed from $16
were death of our loved one. Eapec (behind the airport).
Members of the OsceoU to $18.25. illy do we wish to thank the Used Appliances
irMtlI County Farm Bureau will Medium end few good 250500 Osceola County Sheriff's De FOR SALE
pound calves sold 118 to partment, the Maklnson-Carson NORRIS CLEANERS
have pilau In Aprilat
which a local supper candidates for $21; common, $15 to $18.50 Post No. 10, Rev Floyd Cog fine frame home on paved WASHER-FRIGIDAIRE
street about 7 blocks to post
and common and few medium and all of our friends. Model WDU-67
public office will be honored, office. 2 bedroom 1 bath, good .
feeder stocker steers and The Murray S. Yates Family All Porcelain KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
00 according to Kent Powers heifers. 350-600 pound. sold condition inside and out. Double
state farm bureau represent from $1150 to $16.50. Services for Sale carport and large workshop All $75,00 IP 103 East Dakln Telephone 847-4941
KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX live for Osceola County this for the low price of 110,000,, DRYER WESTINGHOUSE
The local unit represents Come In or call Florence Horn,
Model DH-3
1958.\ No.
250 families, he said Phillip NEW SITE PLANSPROGRESSING Poodle Grooming ett, assoclsted with

Phone 8 47.3524NOW bureau diVirgillo which Is president has monthly of the RITA HUNT W. H. Morse Corp. $39.95 Radio and BALES IIRVICI
"We hope It will be signed WASHER FRIGIDAIREModel
323 BroadwayKissimmee
of the board of di
meetings sealed and delivered this Phone 847.3670 Florida 847-3133 WD-5 m OMFtm NOMI nilNISHINCS
officers Include
rectors. week" states Mrs. R. J. Wlnn All porcelain
Walter Van Bass, vice president concerning the proposed new Tm V. PARKS FURNITUREREALTORAMA co.
FROM wall to wall, no soil at bedroom
and Cotton Bauknlght, FOR SALE Three $59.95IRONERIRONRITB
CRUMPTONBUILDERS site for American Decalomanla .
all, on carpets: cleaned with house In Idora Perk. Lot ISO: KMmmee' It. Oetrf
secretary-treasurer. Company on Highway 441 east Blue Lustre. Rent electric
Air Priced
300. conditioned.
of St. Cloud. shampooer. $1 Parks Furniture A Bargain at
sell. Contact Betty Eby, 847
DIGGING MACHINE The new building at the location Company
km several, repossessed AT MEMORY GARDENS of the Wllley Sign 2881 or 847-4266. $19.95
will be enlarged and RANGE Electric Admiral
Shop re- -
homes In the levghmM Osceola Memory Gardenshas CARPENTRY"Let REAL ESTATE h)
modelel for Its new use. -Large ell I 30 Inch
1rHadditions purchased a 17000 Massey George Do It" discounts on good six percent
Ferguson back hoe digger for AutomotiveYAMAHA real estate land contracts. Eddli $49.95REFRIGERATOR
grave preparation, according Clemons 847-2380 -
or repairs to to Horace Phlpps, owner of Rooms FRIGIDAIRE FROST-PROOF

your own home the local garden cemetery. The 847-5S78 REAL ESTATE-Or.n. It en. ft top freezer 19A3

new three equipment hours the will time reduce required by 260 cc, 64 model. Practical Two houses, thirteen grove lots $299.95 3 DR. 2 BATH i
For information call new new tag. Near lake Income $1500.00 yr
more for preparing graves. ALL TYPES ROOFING Console bUnd
847.2398'' Extra good for retirees. Eddli;; T.V. a E. 19,800200 down
Jock Brown 422.8631 Phipps pointed out that Clemons, Tropical Park Klaalnt,. power tuning-1057
when Is opened the In Roof.
a grave Specializing: Built-up
Wendell Lee Ketchum 8472380.
Orlando or dirt Is removed from the scene mee $59.95
and all turf Is preserved forreplacement With Hot Asphalt GEHRETTAPPLIANCE
877-6071 Tampa "This it just a USED CARS 20 Years Experience HOME FOR SALE: 2 bed
small Item' but it is considered rooms, living room, kitchen
better cemetery practice,1? 1 19p f'1"RD:'e Cyl. 10'1.1 -nCtdl for FREE estimates 1 bath, Florida room, 12 x 2 i $66 monthMOVE
Phipps attended the annual"convention g door; ';ixl \ central heating tile floor S Iou I. TWENTY-FOUR BROADWAY a
CompleteGROVE' of the Florida Cemetery $695 BOLES ROOFING 8 orange and grapefruit t....", KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
association) in Orlando \9 palm trees A. E. Akenhead I $
last week. He is a director of 1959 PLYMOUTH < CyL Klssimmee 847-5SS2 603 Llndsey Way, Klsslmme,.: 847.4761 IN IMMEDIATELY

the state body.BUSINESS door $ 500 ENJOY A LARGER HOME.


Ir oar COMPANYA Ipso FORD. V-8
file.G.M. Town Victoria \ BUY ONE PET ONE
small loan company was $ 1045 BARBERING FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS
incorporated last week to be Insure your future In a welt
located in Kisslmmee, paying profession. Day end< FREEGALLONS
Apex Loan Corporation of 1959 FORD. V-8 night classes, V. A. approved INC.
i Klssimmee was chartered to S door, Std. Trans. $ 895 Orlando Barber College ,
be located at 824 Broadwayand In 8. Orange Bloeaom Tr. ONLY
will open In three or four GA J-8J74
months according to Bill Boydof 1969 FORD. 8 Cyl. NOTI NIW LOCATION AND PHONI NUMIIRUOO

HUGHEYGROVE Sun Realty whose buildingthe Country Sedan $ 895 I PHONE YOUR WANT AD to | / W. VINE [VINI AT TMACKU)
incorporators as
their office. TRANSPORTATION night Gertrude Phone any S47-2883.time of day or iiq PHONE 147.44SI

According: to Secretary of 1955 df.
195SIX --- --- - ---- -
State Tom Adams, Louis F.

.1.4. ......A H.ed Snetman W. T. Hargreavesand
tpnry'infle George E. Howell of Miami USED PICKUPS
rrinilftf. A .......... filed for the corporation TO CHOOSE FROM t
.Mec......... HMlnfl, ..... Jan 29, 1\164.\ They have authorlced -
"log 4 CwMvettatfr stock of 100 shares of AUTREYMOTOR SEE THE 64
common of no par value.
.,P.r..e.d fervke
According:: to Boyd the CO.
Phon. 847-3592 Miami group have loan offices
Middle of
0......Aw.. Ktoitmme. In Orlando and Miami Broadway



Dlm.n.lon-Any $295 ROWAT

Truck IodlIi-8QOt roll",-Hor.. Troll.rean

: Utility ANDRIPAIRED.Trailers. StarlingChevrolet

I Complete. Mobile WeMfef Shoe All week GHr.......

Old Orlando Highway Livestock M."... Inc. $50,000 $50,000 $50,000


LOU YOUNG, WELDINGPHONE 1958 Suburban Plymouth Station Wagon 50,000 STOCK REDUCTION ALE I

8dt1.3191RANCH Vet Auto. Trans. Hester

GROVE $295 50 000 1959 PLYMOUTH 1962 RENAULT 1956 fOlD WAGON 1956 DODGE WAGON

1959 Chevrolet AND HEATER 'LACK IIAUTY .t........, Red{., tt...... TRANSPORTATION
Standard Trans. Heater 495.00 695.00 '495.00 '91.00

MURPHY $295 50,000 i


) PHONE 847-3821 I 1955 Chevrolet ER'.
ro W
4 door 5 Cyl, PowerglUe

Post Offic. lox 143 Kittlmm., Flo. Trans.$295 Radio Heater 50,000 895.00 495.00 895.00 '97.00 i.


ROTHROCK SEPTIC 1956 Pontiac 'AlICUM AUTOMAne RADIO All, POWE AvtOMettc, ...., Heat"

4 W, Val A.... Trana.Pewersteering LOADED AND HEATER 7,000 MILES w, Fewer ...........
Heater 5 0 0 0 0
TANK CO. $295 1895.00 I 1495.00 12,495.00 1895.00


CEMENT WORK 210 swat CM1SI Tilts V-i A.!" Trai.. 50 000 LOOK L 0 0 Ie AND HlATH. OLDS 9.
Sadie. Heater ,

15 YEARS EXPERIENCE $295 695.00 1795.00 1795.00 995.00

K. C ROTHROCK Owner and Operator
1957 Chevrolet
loarro AT msuum Tujn-a co. 50,000
atlas) Wag.
Cyl Standard Shift


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Kowboy Cagers Ready; for Tournament Opening Today

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I' OilS Takes One

Loses Two St. Cloud Winds Up Original Oil Pointings

During Weeks ly

DAVE SMITH a Season on Tuesday

Today, at t p.m., the Kow. .Y _. UltBMMTS MSONAHTma
boys travel to meet WildwoodIn d The St Cloud 1964 season -
the Orange Belt Confer .t comes to an end this week as
.nee tournament In Leesburg the Bulldogs Journey to Eustis
Th. Kowboys nave a rood Friday and Central Catholic on
chance to take the Wildcats, Saturday after a dual victory ALTiRATION
who they have played once. If over Lake Weir Tuesday eve
the Kowtays win, they will return ning.
Friday to fact another The Conference tournament
opponent Feb. 20.22 In Clermont, and SPECIALISTS
The Kowboyt wind up their the group tournament on Feb.
regular season play at Lyntan IT WAS BACK IN 1112- Klsslmmee's famous airplane ordinance made air-age history but lea is widely known is the fact 28-29 and possibly the regional
Tuesday night that Klsslmmee was the site of perhaps the first pilot school in the world. Shown above Is the pusher type; plane and a tournament on March 6-7 and I I 11 '
Lyman downed th. Kow curious crowd on the air field located In what Is now known as the L. S. Harris pasture At'that time it was a housing devel- the state tournament on Mar
boys here the first time the opment known as "Park Gardens" under management of the Nelson Realty Men. Picture wai s furnished The Gasette by 13.14 are all that remain for
two teams met. Sam Lupfer from the collection of A. M "Casey" Jones Old timers believe man In left with bow tie was Fred Bus Con you the cagers this season
The Bulldogs home
Playing st home Monday recognize any others T cam
night, th. Kowboy baiketball from Lake Weir Tuesday night
team lost to leading DeLand Cloud Bulldogs, a 62-63 defeat with two wins to their credit
87-01, In an Orange Belt Con- The varsity team played a
eretice game Early In the first quarter Mets Seek close one by winning 49.47
In the first quarter, the the Kowboyi made It clear while the junior varsity had a
Xowboys began a drive which they weren't about to be shutout Team Site wider margin' 60-34.
DeLand was unable to atop of this one With their big Top scoring for the Bulldogs
The Bulldogs tried unsuccessfully man, Jim Flanagan, rackingup was divided between Bass
to drive through the 12 points the first quarterthe Big time baseball may come and Crows with each making..
Kowboys' greatly Improved Kowboys easily took the to Klsslmmee this spring according 16 points Williams came in
defense. The Kowboys ended lead, outscoring the Bulldogs I4g/Sg to Horace Phlpps, next with IS points /
the quarter with a 14-11 lead. 24-10. Chamber of Commerce presl. FG FTT
The Bulldogs opened the The second quarter the dent. Williams 6 1IS/
second quarter hitting long Kowboys continued stretchingtheir Phlppi said the Florida De. Wright 000
shots to outscore the Kowboys lead. Outscoring the Bull. Page Ten-The Gazette, Klsslmmee, Fla. Feb. IS, 1964 velopment Commission has Young 1012 Spacious living can now be yours with budget payments
1620 and finished the half doge 14-11 the Kowboys finished made Inquiries Into the possibility Bass 0 8 18 Call us We handle everything from construction
leading 8130. the half leading 8827. of locating a farm Crow 5 6 ;
In the third quarter, the The Bulldogs fought back team of one of the major clubsIn Heaberlln 0 1 'Ir to planning. Our work Is fully guaranteed ... Stop by or
Kowboys' speedy little guard, hard the third quarter but Kowboys, 19634B Klsslmmee for spring trainIng Ryder 1 0 phone but do It today!
Gary Land upset the Bulldog could only I shave two points Score by Quarters 1 4
defense by driving to a score from the Kowboy's lead! The Squad Vanity Ted W. Groves, sports pro. St. Cloud 11 9 18 11-49 K. C. MOORE, JR.

time after time The Kowboys quarter ended with the Bull. Dee. 6-Ovledo .................... (cancelled). ...(cancelled) (home) moter with the Florida Development Lake Weir IS 7 IS 14-47 TIIANGLIIUILDING FREE
outscored DtLand 18-10 to end dogs trailing 8948. Dee. 10-Lake Wales .......,.,.....? L 80.43..L 46-62 (away) Commission, said the ESTIMATES
the third quarter leading The fourth quarter, sparkedby Dec. 14-Lakevlew of W G.. L 23-117..L 48-68 (away) New York Mets were especially GERTRUDE'S available for 11 STEWART STREET CALL NOW

46-41, high-scorer Jim Flsnagan, Dec. 17-Ovledo ......................._._ L 34-48 L 43-61 (away) I Interested. He said If a news or want ads, any Phone 847.1270
The Bulldogs took advantage the Kowboys held off a desperate Dec. 20-St. CCloud .................... L 34-44 W 60-62 (home) team should come to KUilm- your hour of day or night 8472883.
of every visit to the drive by the Bulldogs Jan 7-Apopka ............................ L 80-44 L 40-77 (home) mee they would spend 817,000
charity line to outscore the to wind up the game 02-53. Jan 10-Wildwood* ............ ..... L 41-47 L 21-48 (away) during their 90 day stay
Kowboys in the fourth quar Richard Blevlns 204 Jan 14-Le..bur .................... L 21-88 L 44-61 (home) Groves said 75 persons
ter 28-15. ending the game Tom Frlesner 102 Jan. 17-D.Land' ........................ L ft.61 L 29-67 (away) would be with the team that
with the score standing 6701FGFTT. Jim Flanagan 9 14 82 Jan 24-Lm.n' ..........?............ W 42-39 L 63-62 (home) would come to Kisslmmee.Phlpps .
Bob Magnaghl 216 Jan 28-Winter Garden .. ..... L 64.83 W 63-52 ( ) said eating facilities
Richard Blevlns 408 Gary Land 8 4 10 Jan. 81-Apopka ........................ L 88.68 L 41-67 (home) could be located but sleeping
Tom Frleaher 012 Ray Cody: 000 Feb. 4-Wildwood* ........... ........ L 46-61 W 64-61 (home) accomodstlons remain doubt. 00 WIN
Jim Flanagan 4 8 16 Alan Starling 830 Feb. Leesburg ...................... L 63-60 L 49-64 (away)
Bob Magnaghl 5 414 John R sslar 000 Feb 8-St. Cloud ...................... L 61-63 W 62-63 (away) ful.Elks
Gary Land k 6 16 Scoring by Quarters Feb. lo-D.Land' ..................... L 37-61 W 67-61 (home) Attend
Alan Starling 216 Klsslmmee 24 14 10 14-62 Feb. 13-16-Orange Belt Conference Tourney .......'.. Leesburg
Ray Cody 000 St. Cloud 16 11 12 14-53 Feb. 21-Lyman ...................................................... Lyman School MeetOn
John Resslsr 000 Feb. 27.29-Group Tourney............................... Lyman School Quarterly
Scoring by Quarters Friday night the Kowboys Conference games
Klsslmmee 14 16 16 15-01 trailed to Leesburg to lose a Saturday afternoon, Feb.
DeLand 11 20 10 26-47 close one 49-64, 15th, the Hospital Committeeof
The first quarter was a Bulldogs, 19634 the Elks Hsrry-Anna Crippled -
Saturday night the Kow. scramble with the Kowboys Children's Hospital will
boys continued their home coming out on the short end, Junior Vanity, V.ralt meet at Umatllla for its
court winning streak to hand 89. Dee 8-MontverdeDec. .?................. W W 69-49 (away) quarterly business session at
their county rivals, the St. The second quarter the Yellow 7-Evans of Orlando .... L L 89-91 (away) 2 o'clock to hear progress re.
Jackets again outscored Dec 13-CI.rmont' .................... W 111.89 W 79-113 (home) ports of managing. director
the Kowboys, 15-9 to finish Dec 17-Mt, Dora .................... L 4'.48 L 118.711 (home) George Carver and-.of\ operating
SHRIMPIn the half leading 24.17. Dec 20 Osceola ........................ W 44.84 L 112.60 (away) committee;
A Led by hlgh-scerer Bob .__?............ L 45.48 W n.n (away) Klssimmee Lodge NOJ 1873,
BasketFREEZETTE Magnaghl, the Kowboys outscored Jan. 10-Umatilla ........................................ wee 45 (home) Is actively supporting this
the Yellow Jackets In Jan. 11-Central Catholic ....................... W 49.8e (.way) major Elks project by contributing
the third quarter 15-14 but Jan. 14-Taverei* ........................ L 62.47 L 78-60 (away) to the annual operating
DRIVE-IiN trailed at the end of the quarter Jan 17-Lake Weir ......._......... W 17-21 W 11.46 (home) expenses and by Individual '
82-88. Jan. 24 Clermont .?.?.?...,..,.......,........... W 18.84 (away) donations to the Trust Fund.
In the fourth Jan, 26 Eustis ....,....... 60.48 ( The Harry-Anna Hospital a
the )
ITORI HEriUUKNATOMIUSED: Kowboys again outscored quarter, the Jan 28=Mount Dona :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: t. 77.67 :(home away) convalescent hospital for physically

Jackets, 17-16, but were unable Jan II-Groveland' ......._....... W 80.40 W 17-68 (home) handicapped children and
to gain the lead and ended Feb. Montverde ......._.......... W 112-38 W 8e 40 (home) Is owned and operated by the
FURNITURESewellThurmond the game trailing 49-54 Feb 4-Umatilla' ...........?....,.. W 111-110 L 113-4S (away) Florida State Elks Associa.tlon .
Richard Blevins 328 Feb. 7'-Tavares .................................................. ..... .. (home) In clone cooperation with
Ray Cody 000 Feb. 8-Osceok of Kissimmee W 53-111 L 113-82 (hems) the Florida Crippled Children'sCommission
ISIS weal rhertkTUNIUPS Orleade Jim Flanagan 5 6 15 Feb. 11-Lake Weir .......W 110.84 W 49-47 (sway) physical therapyand HOW FORD RACING HELPS the following changes In the Fairtane 289 V-S
Bob Magnaghl 7 2 16 Feb. 14-Eustis ...................?............................................ .. (away) educational therapy treatments engine: better, lock, Improved pistons, Improved
Tom Frlesner 000 Feb. 15--Central Catholic ...,..,..............,....._.??............. (home) are administered to BRING YOU A BETTER CAR valve train, stronger connecting rods
andMOTOI Gary Land 806 Feb. eO.22-Conf.rene. Tournament .._..___...... Clermont more than sixty In-patients, Most automotive engineers will tell you that and bolts. Such Improvements contribute not
CLEANING Alan Starling 204 Feb. 17.29-Croup Tournament _.._..__ Evans High, Orlando through the facilities\ of the the track is one of their most valued testing only to Ford's winning track record, but also to \
John Resslar 000 Mar 8.7-R..onal. Tournament ....._._._............. (away) hospital, and to more than four laboratories. the total
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