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Road CorrectionsThe .t Osceola AreaOsceola



Klssimmee Chambor of Commerce Road and
County is on its way to having a full time
Committee and the City Commission will
highway County planner subject to the approval of the St. Cloud
t make a push this morning before the County Commission City Commission.The .

tj for the removal of the Osceola Hardware Store cost
$28,000 per year will be divided on
and the straightening of US 17-92 at the location.
, a population basis between the County, and the two
The County is hearing discussion and suggestions CHARLES B. TYSON municipalities.

! before making up thepriority list to take with them to new city manager Klssimmee's
City Commission approved its
t the meeting of the State Road Board meeting in De- of $6,160 at its portion
per year meeting Tuesday night
Land next month. New while the County Planning Board being a legislatively
a ; The Chamber Committee, City
r Gary Carter composed of Bill Wallla chair. created body can spend its budgeted money without

. minI] Pete Hunt, Bill Prathtr, the specific consent of the County Commission.

> Wins Third Stave Miller and Mlles Sharp Manager Tha St. Cloud Commission
" also la recommending the com. will set on the rtqMit at IU bosrd's comments regardingthe
: pleto engineering, right-of. meeting. Their share will be proposed new toning ordinance
Humor in Second Place Saddle way acquisition and conatruo- On Hand $ ,817 per pee.Commissioner. prepared by Richard
Won of SR 530 (Vina Street) RusssllThtcksr Podge of Tallahastee, the
from Thacker Avenue to Lake and Planning Board city's planner. The master

I For Clowns Rodeos Gary Carter of Chlpley rode Wilson intersection. Head Bill Morse urged the plan may be expected April
off with top honors' at the sanS 1. Emmett Street Stata b. commission to act Immediately Mora wld.
_I..nnllal Silver Spun Rodeo Road S-U1.A State Road mte'i City Manager on March I in order that someone be
600 In Klialmmea and Walnut
before tan obtained in June.
'The hours are short and the lame time looking after the cow. this put weekend.some 1,000 Street. -Central Avenue to night lit It was announced Tuesday "These planners are few and LibraryGels

pay is good" boy and ourselves" This was his third champ State. Road 600.X. Tyson presently ssiliUnt far between. and unlesi we act
17th St. and Columbia
That's how Charlie Driver lone) lp laddie. city and director of now the Eat Central Florida
The clowns at the Silver Spurs Missouri Avenue to Stat.Ro.d manager Nod
Carter was high point nan finance In Valdosta, will replace Planning Board will not be
termed his profession as a. rodeo Rodeo this past weekend received in the three day competition 15. Charles Jackson who .... abUto get ut someone In tha

: clown. $500 each for the package of three and won the bull-riding eon from I. Oak Main Street Street In to KUilmmee Thacker signed tat month to become June gndustlng clan," Theckar From City

I Driver who along with Dick shows. test A nnu.. assistant city manager in Diytona > said .
The rodeo which began Friday If tha cooperatlvt srrsnge.mart
I Boiling "fought bulls" at the 33rd ended Sunday with cow- d. Connecticut Avenue In St. Beach.The la worked out It la anticIpated .
Driver explained that he and Cloud. new manager holds a Kllllmm,,'. Hart Memorial
semi-annual! Silver Rodeo boys from the nation full tlma professional
Spurs acroia a
bachelor of eclenca degree In
Boiling don't work Also discussed the hours
always as a at m et- Library will extend Its
roping In than 15,000 In and draftaman would
more
this said that although business administration from planner
past weekend ing Tuesday held at the First .received n alight tea-lift.
team. "We are chosen by the committee prise money. Some 100 cow. Valdosta State College and hen ba hired homed In the county
the work was dangerous Federal Savings and Loan Association leg job-Including s new sir-
separately and next weekend boys entered the Rodeo Cow. taken several short courses office building In St. Cloud
'1t'. just something that gets into I will be working with someone boy Aaioclatlon approved four lanalng was 441 the between possibility' Kli-of Tyson SI, la responsible, for and be supervised by the Eait pond The Honer City. Commission
like vent ValdosUI accounting and MIU Central Florida Planning l I approved
it's
system a bug almmeo
your and St Cloud.Speeding .
I else at the rodeo in Davie, The Silver Spurs Club la leg system, the elt,'. tat asseasrasnt Commission. 1258 plus labor costs
I The 24-year-old clown claims Fla. the only rodeo sponsors In the program, and U the "Thli would provide a very to Install the air conditionerfor
I both Archer, Texas and Arcadia, country which awns Ita own) purchasing agent and porton close llalaoit with the area Xlsslmmee's private. II.
j Fla. as his homes but says he prefers "The Rodeo Cowboys Association competition atock. Pails net director for Yaldosta body eiplalnad Bill None brary,
puts out a newspaper every Winners of other aventai Florida Stab Parkway II* U married and has ona Klsslmmeo chairman "and Mn. Murray Oventnet Jr.
I working in the Northeast. couple of weeks and I just look bareback bron riding, Nell ipoeden are helping out child. Ho Is a member of the mould give ua ready area to told the Commlstlonan that
Besides fighting bulls, as clowning Samuels, Fort Crook Nb. the tax bill In Oaraola' Baptist Church where be has the talont embodied In the due to the present allotment af
I is called, Driver also rides the through it and decide where I Saddle riding, Joe Frost La County served ai a deacon and ai iuperlntendent > area staff" 1100 per month It wss not pos-
want to next. the Lytie Lawton Okla., and stair Bible to. keep the library open
I go During summer Oscoola County Sheriff of the adult Sunday On Monday afternoon the
animal. In the 1963 contest
July wreathing Gins Player Dun. School. In the afternoons The City
Driver said he worked mostly Bob Buckeli told the Klwanla Klialmmea Planning Commla
j local rodeo fans will recall that it Point,Utab. calf roping, Buddycan Club Tuesday night Tyson Is a member of the lion met to recommend action Fathers approved In order I
library
was young fellow named Driver in the West and during the winter Okla. that In January turnpikespeeder's International. City Mansgan, by the City rather to keep the open
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who the bull and spring in the South and TIlt championship addle flnaa added ever Association, tha Mnr'ipal! Flnnnr The KUilmmee temmisslonagreed In the afternoons for tha next
won riding event Northeast' won donated i: the Silver 111,000 to Ua County Officers' of U hold. a special meat four months. (,
well as was the runner-up to the Spun Rodeo by Henberg'a pockotbook.IRLO the United States and Can lug In March for the purpose Ala Included 'In tho projectwill
champion cowboy. 'Host bullfighters, he explained, Saddle Shop.BILLMAKIN8ON. .da and I U a matter Mason .f rivlswlag the toning ba some painting.
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"It's my job to entertain the are insured through a contract I

fans with cute antic but my primary with the Rodeo Cowboy Association

purpose is to protect the where the clown pays for ten

months and the Association '
cowboy from the bull. pays +

j Once the'cowboy dismounts or is for the other two, lie said he was ''V ,

thrown it is up to the clown to insured by that contract for F

distract the bull often by placing $1,200. rc
himself between the two. "Peo Driver will be performing next //y 7 G

pIe think the clown is brave, and a in Ocala and then he will start out

large number are, but we are paidto west with his horse and trailer. 1 xr.u

do a job we know the risks, "It's not a bad life," he said, .

and we attempt to do the job giving "you don't really know about it w

the fans a thrill but at the unless the bug has bitten you." 1 I


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Sub City Pe.t To ran aiil Reeks City Best l seeks realty pool Seeks Reelection



..:. jJakinsonSeeksJosl Sen. Bronson Autrey Seeks Bo vis Tosses Mrs. Purdy


'. ... Plans Race Re-election Hat in RingDan Seeks Office


: ; AY Bill Maklnaon manager of Mr. Dorothy. Barber Purdy,
i Maklnaon Hardwire veteran Adrian Bovte, current Mayor
announced Senator Irlo Bronson veteran Astray, city Incumbent supervisor of rah
..J'Lanier today ha would his. candl member. of the Florida Son. eommUalonar, announced ka of atlsslmmea announced Istntlon announced today she
h. date for Klsslmmoo City Com.mlailaner ate, announced this week bo would bo n candidate for re- today he would ba a candidatefor would seek re-election to her
to fill the vacancy would ba. n candidate for reelection. Ion for the seat he now the County Commission poet
of Mayor candidate Russell / from district three.A aI n. Pvrdy was fleet elected

ThackerMaklnaon Ua represents. 0.. e 1 a Astray, who bat lived InKisslmmeo resident, of Oweola County to the position In W4 alter
baa been a reel Okoecbobea and Martin Ceintlee. since 1924 said. bo since W4, the fasdldatehaa serving, aa deputy clerk two
21 years H. aald ba 1* a candidate was soaking ,.-.let on ..* served for three. years on pars
"to serve; his community Bronson wst elected to tha caate fco .. "intonated. la help, the Klaslmmeo City Commis she. la a Ufa-long resident
to tha beet of his ability and Senate ta WI after having lug to provide continuity in sloe of OeteoU t County and was
W, B. STEPHENS WADE LAMER ORIB LEN will do an In my power to. pro. served 10 pars ta the Florida die smMUoua oipanalon pro Bode sell ka Is running for educated in; the local. school
Seeks ReelectionStevens Seoks Rejection 0oet offico dent of KUalmmeo for the past House of ReproaenteUvea. He city. baa embarked. County Commission becsvseof system.
MOW growth and progress U I. currently a member. af thoLegislature's teethe Internet In good ,"ern. Mrs. Purdy It the past president .
this city," Legislative meat, not poJI f.." of tha 11..1.....* Bull
The sandidato Mid be felt
Will Will Orie Lee for Maklnaon ls a graduate of Council the Interim governing the nporioMo lie ku gained "1 Libel due to my aiperl- MM and Professional Women's .
Detect Hlgk .School and ,&- body of Florida's government, serving through two previous once an the. City Commission. Club, a director' ef the
tended Jenea Buis,. College aI system. Oereola County Chapter of the a
I 11111 I In Xlielmmeo I understand
Run AgainW. Run Again SchoolBoard In Orlando. Ha has heW kitBTceent H. .. chairman of the LsgU.Uthre sewage y tponaten plan development programsand problems. common to the" municipal American Red Cross and
/ of nominating
chairmen
tba
position for
die port Management Commit. will bo tf vela It elected. / / govornmente and the
.... ... .
ill yarn tea and member of Ft of tha Slab Aaaaeiatlon
s Iho
and I wish
County to have
B. (BID) Stephens announced Wad. Lana Jr. aenovncod on. N. Loo current ..m. Ha U a member of the KlaalmaMO naaco and Tasatlon, Livestock, Asleep .it married and U apartner In helping' to. solve' ,.....s" of Superviaon .t a.,.
this weak that bo will this week ka would bo n candidate bar of the OaceoU School Dirt Club, Klwanls AgrkvJturhJ. CowttltoUonal, In Astray Meter Co. Crt. Istntlon for the past fire
seek re-election u Sopertatondent for re-election to tko poet Board, announced today bo dub. Silver Span Club, a director Amendments. and other ... with kit. father a L. Astray, ,..",.
of Public Instruction of'Tax Assessor for OsceoUCounty. would seek ro-eUrtion& to tko of the OacooU Hlgk mittoaa ta the ....... While Ir, Boyle, sonafgnao for Tsiaeoprodocte The candidate la s member
of OacooU County. School In 0-1. County, af the It. Johns Episcopal
board AttlotI
from district four. AssocUUe ta the liaise he sieved a*
Muck progress baa boon Ho was first elected to of- Lee was elected to his pool.Uon .. and aloe a director of the numerous. oemmJttoee Mcltd- .... property In three of the Church. M Ilnl..,.

sad la being mado to tbo flee In 1M*. ta 1MO ann Laving CeorgU-Ffortd RoteH HsroV lag Iko ,..." .. sppropriaUont Our 4-lount/e. live County dletricta CO..I.repreeented....... He ontho lea
.
Tbo candidate A
school program according toStephana. was graduated served ono and one-half ware laotlaliuex, oommiUoo.
yeanpnvtoualy
This be son 4, In* from OacooU High Schoolta by appointment. Ua la a) trusts. ef the Flat Bo waa prosldont pre-tem To Protect Let member ef. the Kiwaniefish .
cladea tfco constant evaluation US and kaa served In tko United PresbrterUa, peed of tbo senate ta 1M7.Bronaon. Odd Fellows mad the Just Truing
Tko St. Cloud resident U -- .
United Steles .. aiisba Maklnaon KlaaimmWs insisted "10'"
of Marino c.r
sod Improvement tko currtcnlum to marrUd to s* To Help OutThe
an ...,....., with fade la currently being opposed ., the Baptist Phyllis Maktaeon and ... two a U/a-lonf. reoldent lire will aid In aoetrlty wo.tocUon Ho It married u the former
Orange County for use of Mid- for tfco afflco by St. charts tk* Cattleman's Association kudron. 4 yuan' and .of Oocooln County Is preeiMl for rroeideat Lyn4oa Loreaa flMsoll and la the father Casetto. staff al.ways .
Florida Vocational and Technical Gland City ComasloaioDor and tho OacooU Ckrlaty 1 mQady of Braes, lie, n aattlo B. Johaaon al ".... of John, currently n law iaUmUd ta fair-
Trade School n sound Virgil Brooks.is County Farm B.,.... aid cttrwi. tit0tet0Ia breaking ..,....... fir thoCrtasFloi1da atudoot at Emory University' sees and pawing. around

building program" on n ..,- Leo, citrus grower and Cewtjr.Be > Serge Caaaltoday. and Jim s Junior, at the Ualvenity the "wealth." sponsored adrawing
yon-go basis, and n highlyoompotent Is n Director af tko Flat of Florida when
cattleman. I* n Ufa-long WEATHER they warokoets
'"
National Bank of E......... Iko
At roo eot ft the Fa-
sad cooparaUvn Ha and sit family %
a mists., tko Flnt Metkodiat group of principals and toack* and n director of tko Stare. lair hike OopartoMal, ..... of OacooU. BIlk School Commerce Xatfeo Klubyeeterday.
era. Cknnfc.of tko Florid Aaaodation Ho In married and kaa n MLR Chamber of Common Hola the ......... will aid In peg ad maiden of the FlrrtMetkedlot (

AH ., tko OacooU County tko Comity Florida loportatondanta. Cdacn.tional : -. ton, Jamea, 11. and n dsofbUr Toss J/li rt U tttWad. a member. of the local tf'a. the wooded emawroMdUff Cherch.Alao Bob Bobrotf. OrlandoSontloal
.
... el .
Lava.IL common mud an DM RodakamBojOs
kigk oehoola are now nccradltod Asaeciatton, St. Quid tilt SO 40 IYbv aookUg the same com.mlatlmi eomepoBdant,
of tko Xi- Ranak .
by Southern Aassdatien of chapter. of tha V. F. W. and Lao was first appointed toasm f100 M I dumber. whose tko frvaideett sear. palates will seal la tko Incumbent. I von asked to da Ua
CoOogaa and SatandaryStopkano. ckalrmM of tko United Apranln on &M Sckool Board by Fit i/ti 7* ts I break Harris Daaiel drawing.
Bo la marrio4 and lie onoaVncktor rna4 fee she nag
Fund. this Governor ...., c.muIe .... I/a M .. .JO and ono awt-ue) caaoJ.Devon The soadMM for stiKatltUna The wtrnoft Dick U.
saw.Bronooa
n fradaato with nBackeesra B. sod hia wtf Baton Vava fffl ..* tfco tens of Mrs.Botttagor S.g iambic of tboMeewted potlUons, to run for aH' et1Ice udder, .publisher ai U*
and Master Degree ono eon, BUI Jr, n froakmnnat of It. dono wk* MM I ) has flied his . from tko Unrnntty of Florid. tko Unrnmty. of PIerWa.1I..J1 ......... Men, I/J4 M 49 1 d tko Secretary papyri with Uo Btolov Otfko I kpe bo toad. ta .. tho drySMnagaf. wads'Tho waaltki A box af








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Important for You Can't Take it With Yon' Opening Tonight


-
Broadway Hit I

Orange Garden Jottings Mrs. 0. W. Befit of ins W. '
Presented Doris St U a patient at the

UnabridgedWhen 4 r tl 1 ,3 a Northern Residents Visit local botpkal I'


the Footlight Thcatr In Orange GardensBy I
Guild production of "You Cant TrailDRIVE.IN
Take It With You" open on South
Thursday night, It will be to Anna J. Reynolds Mi** Flora Aaeb U a patient
what promises now to be a full Mr. and Mr*. Russell MMcf at a local hospital
bout At the preterit time, WooiUr Ohio wen lItpe.ta Sincere withe of sympathy
almost all lilts are reserved of tn. and Mrs. HenryYoung the relatives I THEATREORLANDO
wtendd to
Page -r--n. Gareas LMihimwrA !'kallAi 11:, tt'41 of 1723 Cecil St. are
for all three night of the and friend of Mr*. A. i.Weakley .
play, and those planning to who patted away re I FLORIDATbun..Fri..Sat27.2829
Mrs Carl A. Jacob ii a pa- ,
FOR EIGHT BATS WWKMN*; ..... u.. tt3t1 attend are urged to make rtterration ,1 local cently. I
tient at a hospital
Immediately with
(Aft rhI\ ftHn.u* wvaha opcm no gwAihdi Mr*. Catherine Beauchamp of Sincere wishes of sympathy Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eat-
at the Art and Culture Center are extended to the family berg from Menominee, Mick
box' office. and relative of Mr. George were recent guest of Mr. A. Flat Outdoor Showing
17-AlpVua Tan Omega Xtimral AemMifatfam J'tImI" Sn. This U a Pulltier Prii-win- >! Carnell of 1622 W. Vine St. B. Lendved of 708 George St. "WHO'S MINDING
an IX Denials, at Cherry Thin. Ilotal tbTI.nee $::15" sing comedy by MOM Hart who patted away last week. THE STORE
1:10 .,m. and George Ktufmann, and '
t7 The Victor*" -with Vine iMwwrtlt wntt .p.n* at Beacb sm, Orlando through llawh 4|) favorite whenever l Thacker St. tt a patient at a "A NEW KIND
t7--Captain Newman %tih *>..*..* 9> &' u>(flui*B>, Ano* h ha been presented. Curtain local hospital OF LOVE"
DktdDMm and Bobby Uwri. opmw ..t HvrtiwnnU m mi*. time I* 8:15: p.m. on February Win. Marvin USMC. bat
Orlando :n. 28. and 29 at the Art and 8S5Sult..Mon..TueI.
been advanced to the rat of
.. "\." 'lUll F ** ** Culture Center corner of
J7-"T Caul Tak. It "H'Wi Vfvm HM Brya Lane CorporaL He U the ton
Theatre Guild Production' at *rt .and 6uturM Hferwo, au: a and Stewart Street. READY FOR PRODUCTION Mr*. Ralph Rupert, left, I I. of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Mar. ., Mar. 1-2-3
simm.e (througfe Saturday) A cut party will be held shown applying the final touches to the makeup of Carolyn Yin of 1807 Orange Blvd. "Palm Spring. Weekend"
27_Bach FewUval KatUn CWIe"".. "Winter 9tirk. ,Nhvs url tomorrow following the final perform. Phay for the presentation of "You Cant Take It With You", to
7:00.11:10
) aace for aU Guild member. be given Thursday, Friday and Saturday night by the Footlight Mr. W. T. DeLamar it a ($ if
27-"Seven Day IB 11.," wtth IPXMleTtok 'Itawh. 1'.... Orlando Theatre Guild. (Photo by Eby) current viiitor at the home "BOVS NIGHT OUT"9:1S
(lat day prrrsBURGH SYMPHONYIN of hit deter and brother-in- ,..... i.1N. N .u- ...d.F : only
ORLANDO MAR. 8Th law Mr. and MM. Ivey Guth. ew Cntrd e'i"N.. U.1vie.

FRIDAY Pittsburgh Symphony rle of 652 George St. ..N.1I l lN; M y+ ::::.!7.r::: WEDNESDAy.UR.4F.mlly

Croundbreakalg e3er-of y. Cbaimd Stf ttiiasrtiimsa tt3a- Orchestra, ichoduled In Orlando Mrt. Jack Underwood and -,.. "'"fII -..
Coupon Night
vision 10 ..... Oak Ridge *.a4. Municipal Auditorium on daughter Janet of Schenectt- -
28-"Gooc\\ ,. Charlie" at Ormrt Xtaaaom rinrbnw. ($:q March 5 at a Central Florida dy, New York are visiting. ... "SNIPER'S RIDGE"
p.m. tonight and! Satf 28-"Th. Spiral Road" and *Ki** .* 6t Taa.W .*.*> at U directed by William George Beauchamp. 8:35 only
Arcade. (through Satardaj}. Steinberg The orchestra ..r.wr
2S-Crd Party, St Cloud Weanaat Osik, .pi****! by Circle and its musicians are laid Mrt Fred Harrison of ...e..w
No. a. to have an affinity for jail Minneapolis It visiting with
SATTKOAT and a year ago presented the 1 1A her father Mr. Lendved.
world premier performance of
29--County Selene Fair, (Hr.oU Higli S<.... at Jnior High. Concerto in Ministers for
Through March lit Jati Quartet and Symphony Junior High
Orcheitra by Charles BalL
SUNDAY Honor RollThe

I-Attend the Church at your choice CREATIVE WHITING "... trAc
1-Square Dane Workshop with Jim Rice, Community BoUt, WORKSHOP AT WEBBERThe honor roll for Otceola
Klttimmee, 2:30: p.m. Junior High for the third six o '
1-"Klngt of the Sun" with Yul Brynner at the Arcade (thro Creative Arts Festival weeks period hat been releat- I.
Monday). scheduled tor March 20, 21, ed by E. S. Taylor principal ..
and 22 will\ have a* one of its Seventh grade: Fred Anderton
MONDA1 major attraction (to writer) THE HOOTENANNYB Lee and his TV Gang will Becky Arrington Sue \ tll oR
a Creative Writing Workshop. appear at the Tupperware Auditorium Saturday night at Batenun Wanda Bradley, Vincent \
2 Social Security ReprcMntatlv Community Hout 9 a.m. Ctu.rmnued by )tn. L. Keith 8 p.m., sponsored by the Klttlmme Lions Club. Shown above Bronson David Dyer 1i41 \()
to non.2Rotary Quinn and directed by Mrs.t.hsliaa are part of the cast, left to right, Herb and Kay, Ernie Lee, Karen Hazel, Richard Hill \
Club, IMS: p.m. Harri Daniel will hare charge of i. wiown ot Luke Barefoot Brownie and Tommy Quinn. There are 14 member.In Lynn Jewell, Rhonda Kelley,
program. Wales, the workshop will beat the thow. Sarah Langford Dava Lurie,
Duplicate Bridge St. Cloud Episcopal Pariah Hout, 1:80: Babton Park In toe Webber Laura Ann Meaaamore Col. 4441Q.

p.m. College auditorium Saturday, leen O'Mealey, Christine Perry *
2-Lion. Club 8t. Cloud Parkview Rettaurant, 7 p.m. Marco 21 from :t tt 4 p.m. Maria Pontius, Mary Pren
2-Rainbow Girls, St. Cloud Masonic Hall, 7 p.m. Thus Interested In the techniques tlce, Sharon Schmidt, Tom .t.\"PO !: q
2-Union Tourist Club SU Cloud Community Hoot, 7:80 p.m. of writing and the Tufts Barbara Vlehman Judy '$/ IJ. ItA1'1010. t
2 Jaycee*, St Cloud Hotel 8 p.m. problem of marketing' their Willlami and Martha Wynn.
2-IOOF, St. Cloud Hall, 8 p.m. ,,v3 manutirlpU sal Invited to at Eighth grads Patricia Al NpA
Wetleyan Service Guild 8 p.m., 421 p.lmw.P.rsh Clarkprolf.m. tend. len Carol Clark Judy Flan .4& >tM. >S8r
Nomination Committee report. agan Janet Gold EI.III.Lan .
2-Matonle Lodge, 8 p.m Temple, Dakln St. "RAMA" liI'URTS AT ,*, Jennifer John, Susan S /04lJ R4( ESPP"\) .
Ntttl Simpson Debbie \
TUESDAYS CLOUD FRIDAYA Shorej \)
CI r Kathleen Thacker
-Mid Florida Pop orchestra entertains EAST Meeting novel by Stanley Wolpert Kay Thacker and Pam Thack
begin at 7 p.m.4St. tell the story of the lest day er.

.. ....' ','P' f. P J.." ._:fl /of ItO Mthatnu' leading' to Gandhi hi* assassin and the ....So.............................'

dloVd\ Womairt'ciobt'Junior Club Day. '<* tlon j In 1848 starting,, th."' / : -,:DON'T
n TO SEE
*M"..<* ** e"yd on Friday : FAIL :
fHURSDAY ** I i. ,''.. HOBBY SHOW-The eleventh annual bobby thow wa held tt
the community house lot Wedneaday with over COO persons
6-Orange Garden Association regular meeting.'Mr:' *. Barry AT SPIRAL ARCADE ROAD FED.OPENS 18 attending. The exhibit Included a collection of article mad In : THE SENSATIONAL o

Calloway, hostel 7:80 p.m. Korea, painting, ceramics, needlework, shell, glass, miniature
B-Van Cliburn, piano with Florida Symphony Orchestra, Rock Hudson a* a doctor In In wood and many other Item (Photo by Eby)
Auditorium Orlando. Malaya tell the story of i HOOTENANNY SHOWSponsored :
r teaming adventure offbeatpanorama
night of drama classes and culture'. first united opportunity
and how a man
Events demonstrations will be held
Coming found faith and himself In March (4 at First BapU.tChurl.'h. to express appreciationto The
:
By
Senator Holland for to ably :
"Th Spiral Road" scheduledlor :
Pin* Street, Orlando. representing the Indu.t..,",
EVERY WEEK "', the Arcade Theatre In Kit. Cecil McGee, drams coniult .
according to industry tpokttmen.
tmme tomorrow and Satur LIONS CLUB :
ant with the church recreation :
day. Burl Ive and Gina .
Dally, 8 a.m. until sundown-Gatorland Rowland department of the Baptist
Dally-Public Zoo, Lake Front Park Kltslmme ar In the cast. Sundae school board, Nath- "Repreaentativei of all of e Featuring Ernie Lee and His TV Gang Herb and .
Wednesday and Sunday, 2:00 to 8:00 p.m.-Clock: Museum, A horror drama "Kit of vllle, Tennessee, will conduct Florida I agriculture from
St Cloud the Vtmplre" with Clifford the tctlvitle fruit and flower, citrus and Kay, Barefoot Brownie, Ella Mae Long, Cutle-ln-tho- .

Dally except Monday, Central) Florida Museum and Planetarium, Evans, William and Jennifer Churches throughout the vegetable, beef and dairy, Hula and many others in a good evening of en e
:
Orlando. Tuesday through Fridays, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Daniel I I. the second feature. Central Florida area will forestry, and poultry will be
Planetarium Sterling' Sunday, Mar. 1, I is par participant In the program. tertainment.
Saturdays and Sundays, 2:00 to 6.00: p.m. tlclpaU In the 'festival which O .
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showings 1:80 and 8.80: p.m. Sunday Special Rand MeNilly "King of the Sun* an adventur It designed to demonstrate Th luncheon will be held at
model of moon on display through March 22. story dealing with tn- effective ute of drama In the Cherry Plata Hotel at SATURDAY FEB. 29th 8 P. M.
Dally 0.00: a.m. until 4:00: p.m. except Saturday, Sunday ..nelhulld.Tupp.rw.re dent Malayan time. Yul education worship and Terra 1280. o :
Museum Klsslmmt Brynner I* Impressive a* an Agricultural organizations
American Indian who tangle ation. will be Invited by null Those i Tupperware Auditorium e
MARCH with the Malayan. desiring' more informationmay

10-First Baptist Church: entertains KAST. Meeting begin at CLEOPATRA WILL SENATOR GROWERS HOLLAND TO HONOR member.contact any committee Get your tickets from any member of the Uons Club. S.ease

7 p.m.I1Uth annual* 100 mil nduranc* trail ride (In n.tlon.llon.t OPEN NEW MOVIE Presidents of Florida agricultural \. ..e.........................

at Ocala. Headquarter of Florid lion.men'. Association The Seminole organltationt will\ '
new Phi THE DEPENDABLE: SUCCESS CARS OF 64
In Umitllla. Run through March It. Entries accepted until Cinema Theatre In Orlando join In an agricultural appreciation
Feb. 10th.IIFlorida was to open on Feb. 28 with luncheon for Senator
Symphony Orchestra Concert No. a, Auditorium, the widely publicised "CI_ Spettard L. Holland In Orlando .
Orlando patra" a* its opening feature. on April 17.Thi .
1J-Klaalmme* Rotary Youth Benefit Evening Tupperware According to Donald Harris will\ be Florida agrl-
Auditorium the show will be at "popular 4 .f
IS-"Light Up the Sky" at Orlando Player Little Theatre. prices" for itt first showing
(tonight and Friday) in Orlando Factory Fresh
14-Annual Florida Symphony Ball, sponsored by associate RUSSELL STOVER

board Auditorium Orlando AREA CHURCH :r=" Candies
1 -luae Stern violin with Florida Symphony Orchestra,
DRAMA CLASS BETA lea. *Ulw<**l at
Aladltorlum.Orl.ndo'the Sky" at Orlando Player Little Thaatr St. Cloud Hotel
1 -"Light Up w*r k*hop conference
(tonight and Friday) composed of two days and a..ary ....
II-Liont Club entertains KAST Meeting begin at 7 p.m. I

APRIL

8-Final Concert, Florida Symphony Orchestra (Irene Jordon
soprano, Florence Kopleff contralto Jon Craln tenor, 4 STAGE
Donald Gramm, base, with Robert HuftUder directing the
Orlando Bach Festival and Rollln Chapel Chitin), Auditorium, DR.BRIMDELL

7-Erica Mortal, violinist, Central Florida Civic Music Attociatlon -

auditorium Orlando. HYPNOTIST Get something off, your chest Your knees, for mstafice!

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tender beef per pound at Winn-Dixie. UMI IIH me ee* me''' IMCfKTefB ,

tutaa IHOPPI'" The sweet, smoky flavorofS'unny.

CHUCK' land hams has made them the

R LI. 481 .red first choice of thrifty homemak- foast i,:

presented to rodeo ipecUton ilx-pony ti special hitch feature.was included In the parade In St. Cloud, and was ers. ProteIn-rich, carefully select .

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ANHEUSER.BUSCH CHAMPION CLYDESDALES thrilled parade watchers, rodeo spectators
and those who visited the Klialmmet Valley Livestock Show last weekend. E> THIS AND MCiWl atse

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YELLOW SOLIDS 1 ALL FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID II _
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YOUTH CONVENTION/ National Aeronautics and Space Administration displayed
the above Space Mobil. at the Youth Convention held recently at Tupperware auditorium.The Margarine Ice MILK t' .r .
theme for the convention was "Youth In the Space Age". ,
50ExtriToiViMStaM! <
k.g't Christian Science WITH THI| COUfON:: AND fURCHAH O lI
Society RE4 49/ Gee 'MUM MOWANB JOHIClwcolalfl NiONLB.

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Tht CatetU', Kleelrametj.Florida, Feb 27, We-Paft,Thret PIZZA SAVE 35 ft* EACH STANDARD (Limit 3 with $3. food order) 58 Extra 1oYr r1 SIHIIi

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ST. CLOUD BAPTIST of the Virgin Mary" FREEZETTE

CIRCLES MEET Resurrection Mar. 8-J"I and Believe the Lift in Ev the L DRIVE-IN Tomatoes 303 CAN 9 1 Wh ew r..e Acre r .Peel.. '

Mrs. 1. Ray Smith will be erla.U ," .... tareawM, ....
hostessor the meetlnr of n SAVE 14* EACH LIBBY'S TOMATO (Limit 2 with $S. food order) AT ANY
Alice GavenU Circle, Wom Apr. 5-1 Believe In the Holy WINN-DIXII
en's Missionary Union of the Spirit" PHONE _
St. Cloud First Baptist The Pastor will be conducting .47.3211 Juice. Aare CAN 19 I
Church. The circle will meet a membership class for
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at the church. boys and girls and they will i

meet The Friday Lulu Terry(Feb.Circle 28)) at will S Palm be received Sunday.Into This the church class will on SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID (Limit 10 with $S. food order) 58 Extra Tlr111t1 S

p.m. In the church. be held each Sunday morning WITH TNI$ AND MCrW(a
the last SO minutes of the
are sees eatsSees
E Milk 10
Sunday School hour. A class I TALL CAN I
PRAYER MISSIONTO for the junior high youth will KbslmmM Dry GtontnSnyrft :!
BEGIN MARCH $ be held the last 15 minutes of //1Nyap.
and following tilt Choristers >riSlnct)1915 SAVE o< EACH DELSEY (Limit 2 with $5 food order) AT ANY WINN IXII
Three Kisstmmet minister Choir rehearsal each Friday 3t1 i
will participate in a three-day afternoon at 4. 100 Iry.n Str.tjt .
Prayer Mission sponsored by The Woman's Society of Tissue i 2 ROLL'K 191
the First Baptist church start- Christian Service will hold
in Wednesday, March S.Tht .
their District Conference at .
Her. B. B. Williams of the Methodist Church In Eua- BeautifulInteriors 50 Ertra TN rlll/) ......
The First Methodist church his, Fla, oa Friday, Feb Mth WITH THIS Nay MiiW/
will open the series, BapUatPastor from (JO a.m. to 2:18
C. H. Eiland will conduct Car will leave the church pjn.at ..e a 1.. PUS.CUACa1N'500. :
the Thursday inning fie( Doors !
service,and the Rev.Dorr Van Free decorating!arrviet
8..m.uNL ... ...
,
Etten, pastor of the FlretPre.bterlan UPS rhODe 817..111 MOUNTAIN GROWN WINESAPApples BAKING POTATOES "haewee1N I
Church will present A"NY"'N"DIXIIf
I endMOTOR .
the Friday service.
The Woman's MissionaryWeek CUANINO KISSIMMEEFURNITURE Russets i
of Prayer for Home Mia. Smitt,', American Oil CO.
dons begins at the First Baptist I ATTMI
Church March 1-8. SHOPPING aunt 23 BROADWAY
Schedule for the procrama I ___ < w50 Extra Trrtl J r :
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are aa follows: THIS foH :
The Jo Berta Weaver and 5 49 10 59
will Nell have Dean charge Whltten of the Circlet,.. Examinations to be given to fill I LAG I s"-Ci; ee e )i4i. :
r.waenC
cram at the North IClulmmHBapU.t DoneanA..nu. existing vacancies on the City of Kis- ....taw I neAT 'I
Chapel on ANY W'NN.DfXII'
oa March 2nd at 10:00 simmee Police Department. IJ
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Rev. B. B. Williams, pastor
of the First Methodist Church Age 2135. Minimum starting sal. i
will be roast speaker on Tata-
day evening March 3rd at ary,$80 per week to $96. Applicationsmay
'7:80 ,.JII. at the First Baptist
be
picked at the Kissimmee
up
Church.: Special musk hat
beta arranged for the eve- Police Dept. and must be returned by XWEU

nlnf.On Wednesday night, 4th.regular March 10,1964. El a.1US I
prayer services will
give prime eanetrn to Home
Missions with Rev.B.D.Locke MRS. JESS'TRACKER
Area Missionary aa goat
peaker. Tim 1:00 p.m.Rev. SecretaryCivil I
of the.Dorr First Van Etta Presbyterian Pastor\ Service Board U New Easy 04ii Ct. VM. Peeled) C.ffee VtPork Carsp'a Il.e H White. Anew .lmpnted TWe

Church Thursday: will evening bt the at speaker T JO.AH to Astor Coffee Maxwell House & leans DETERGENT IETERIENT

.f the missionary circlet LAVE \4< I4.B. CAN SAVE I8< I-LB. CAN SAVE CAN GIANT BOX SAVE 20( SAVE 30t GIANT ; ]
of the First Church will par.
tldpatt during the Week tf Examinations to be given to createan I

Prayer.tevitod. Visitor art cordially eligible list for the Kissimmee Fire ; ;


LENTEN AT METHODIST 8EBVICE8 CHCECH LISTED Department. Age 2135. 4959? 9J 3949


During thla tastes ftaaao. Applications may be picked up at

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dirt Church' Ber. & B. WOlitma .h IJ 00 ftW ewe. LM4 J ..... IS. Md ads Le I ww. 13 w LIMIt I v.s n. a
will bt prtnchhc a tt. date to file application is March 10. ,
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Reservations Important for You Can't Take it With y Opening TonightUI.

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Broadway Hit ii: sew-Orange Garden Jottings tin. 0. W. Rafts-of inS W.

Presented Doris St I* a patient at the

UnabridgedWhen 'b4 d i aye Northern Residents Visit local hospltei
'

the Footlight Theatre In Orange Gardens I

Guild production'"f "You Cant f4 Trail
Take It With You" opens on South
MI. Flora Auch I* a patientat
B, ABU J. Reynolds
Thursday night, it will be to
what promises now to be a full Mr. and Mrs. Russell Riee a local hospital DRIVEINTHEATRE
house. At the present time, of Wooster, Ohio were recent Sincere wishes of sympathyare
almost all seal am reservedfor guests of Rev. and Mrs Henry extended to the relative
Pace Two-The CaietU, Klsslmmee Florida, Feb. 27, 1864 all three nlghU of the I ; Young of 1723 Cecil St and friends of Mrs. A. J.

play, and those planning to t Mrs. Carl A. Jacob I II a pa. Weakley who passed away recently III ORLANDO, FLORIDATbun..Fri..Sst27.2&29
FOR EIGHT DAYS BEGINNING FEBRUARY 27. 1H4 attend .re urged to make reservations ,. tlent at a local hospltaL I
immediately with
(Aateiisk Indicates events open to public) Mn. Catherine Beauchamp ot Sincere wlshea of sympathyare Mr. and Mrs. Harold !:ute

THURSDAY at the Art and Culture Center ", ;\ extended to the family berg from Menominee, Mich
o.l Mr. A.
box office. 1 and relatives of Mr. George were recent guests of First Outdoor Showing
27-Alpha Tau Omega Alumni 1 Aasoclatlon reception for Stew- This I. a Pulitzer Prise-win- l Carnell of 1622 W. Vine St. B. Lendved of 705 George St. ",'JlO'S MINDING
art D. Daniels at Cherry Plata Hotel Orlando. &:11 to nine comedy by Moil Hart .r who passed away last week. THE STORE
8:SO p.m. and George Kaufmann, and
27-"The Victors" with Vine Edwards and George Hamilton hat always proven to be an Mr. Alfred B. Ayres of 728 7O.lO:45"A
open at Beacham Orlando through March ) audience favorite wheneverIt r Thacker St. Is a patient at a NEW KIND
27-"Captain Newman' with Gregory Peck Tony Curtla, Angle hat been presented. Curtain local hospital. OF LOVE"
Dickinson and Bobby Darn, opens at Parkwood Cinema time Is S:15 p.m. on February Wm. Marvin USMC, hat
Orlando 27, 28, and 29 at the Art and .t been advanced to the rate of 8:55SUD..MoD..Tuee.
27-"You Can't Take It With You" open. 8.16 p.m. Footlight Culture Center corner of Bryan Lance Corporal He Is the son
Theatre Guild Production at Art and Culture Center KIsalmmee and Stewart Streets. READY FOR PRODUCTION-Mrs Ralph Rupert, left Is of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. MarTin ., Mar. 1-2-3
(through Saturday). A cut party will be held shown applying the final touches to the makeup of Carolyn of 1807 Orange Blvd. "Palm Spring Weekend"
27-Bach Festival Rollin. College, Winter Park (through to- following the final performance Phay for the presentation of "You Csn't Take It With You", to cP&Jf 7:00.11:10
morrow) for all Guild member be given Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights by the Footlight Mr. W T. DeLamar is a
27-"Seven Days In May" with Frederick March, Plasa, Or. Theatre Guild. (Photo by Eby) current visitor at the home "BOY'S NIGHT OUT"
Undo (last day) PITTSBURGH SYMPHONY of his sister and brotherinlaw ,_ 'It", ... I'...t..r r.-4- 9:15: onlyWEDNESDAY)
IN ORLANDO MAR. I Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Guthrie i. c...... n.w.. IhiI.W.

Y28Crollndbreaknlr The Pittsburgh Symphony of 652 George St. 5 lneg :::: Chi.r;:; MLAR.. 4

ceremony, Channel 24 educational television Orchestra scheduled in Orlando Mrs. Jack Underwood and Uth.4.., ..... Family Coupon 1 Night
10 a.m. Oak Ridge Road.
of ScheneeU-
Municipal Auditorium on daughter Janet p.- 5 -
28-"Good Bye Charlie" at Orange Blossom Playhouse (8.40: "SNIPER'S RIDGE"
March 8 as a Central Florida dy, New York are visiting
pm tonight and Saturday) Civic Music Association at their parents, Dr. and Mrs. ill 7.00-1100:
2ft-"Th* Spiral Road" and "Kiss of the Vampire" open at traction is directed: by Wil- George Beauchamp.Mrs. "a" Cimmaron" 8:35 only
....
Arcade (through Saturday). Ham SlAlnber,. The orchestra -of
28-Card Party, St. Cloud Woman's Club sponsored by Circle and its musicians are said Fred Harrison of --
No. S* Minneapolis is visiting with
to have an affinity for Jan
brA her father Mr. Lendved.
SATURDAY and a year ago presented the
world premiere performance of
29-County Science Fair Osceola High School: at Junior High. "Concerto In Miniature for
Through March 1st Jazz Quartet and Symphony Junior High
Orchestra" by Charles Bell
SUNDAY Honor RollThe

1-Attend the Church of your choice CREATIVE WRITING ] "..
1-Square Dane Workshop with Jim Rice Community House, WORKSHOP AT WEBBERThe honor roll for Osceola
Klsslmmee, 2:80: p.m. Junior High for the third six o '
1-"Kings of the Sun" with yut Brynner at the Arcade (thru Creative Arts Festival weeks period has been released .
Monday), scheduled lor March 20, 21, by E. S. Taylor, principal. ..
and 22 will have as one of Its Seventh grade; Fred Anderson -
MONDAY major attractions (to writers) THE HOOTENANNY8 Lee and his TV Gang will Becky Arrlngton, Sue \ riN Boa
a Creative Writing Workshop appear at the Tupperware Auditorium Saturday night at Batenun, Wand Bradley,Vincent r
2-Social Security Representative. Community House II a.m. Cha.rmaned by Mrs. L. Keith 8 p.m, sponsored by the Klsslmmee Lions Club. Shown aboveare Bronson David Dyer h41 \()
to noon.2Rotary Quinn and directed by Mrs part of the cast, left to right,. Herb and Kay, Ernie Lee, Karen Hasel Richard Hill \
Club 12.15: p.m. Harris Daniel will have charge of ensiles 'i'. "'HIlA n ot Luke Barefoot Brownie and Tommy Quinn There are 14 members Lynn Jewell Rhonda Kelley, J:
program Wales the workshop will beat in the show Sarah Langford, Dan Lurle, 43&xos
Duplicate Bridge St. Cloud Episcopal Parish House, 1:80: Babson Park In toe Webber Laura Ann Mesasmor, Colleen
p.m.2lJona. College auditorium Saturday, O'Mealey, Christine Perry
Club, St. Cloud Parkview Restaurant 7 p.m. Marcn 21 from i tJ 4 pm. r.r Maria Pontius, Mary Prentice -
2-Rainbow Girl., St. Cloud Masonic Hall, 7 p.m. Thane Interested In the techniques Sharon Schmidt, Tom 'p4,8
2-Union Tourist Club St. Cloud Community House 7:30 p.m. of writing and the r y yi ; Tufts, Barbara Vlehman Judy 'J. .-'J.qtJ-- j
., St. Cloud Hotel. 8
Jaycees p.m. problems of marketing their Wllllsnts and Marsha Wynn. 1"0
2-IOOF, St. Cloud Hall, 8 p.m. ..-.; manuscript ate Invited to at iyr Eighth grade Patricia Allen NOR/CONpgR p o o P\.
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Wesleyan Service Guild 8 p.m., 421 Palmway; Farah Clark tend. e Carol Clark, Judy Flan l"O ot... ,o a \ \
program Nomination Committee report agan, Janet Goold, Elaine Sl'ill'li4' c.
2-Masonic Lodge, 8 p.m. Temple, Dakln St. "RAMA" Lange, Jennifer Johns, Susan .; l \Oc..\' II.\".
STARTS AT
'f" Nettie Debbie :t :\\\U"
Shore Simpson
TUESDAY CLOUD FRIDAYA e\\
(.F' ) irl'4it Taylor Kathleen Thacker,
-Mid Florida Pops orchestra entertains KAST Meeting novel by Stanley Wolperttells :, .: Kay Thacker and Pam Thack-
begins at 7 p.m. the story of the last day" er.

100000h,! f ..,.. ;,.. tU..14St. I steel of Mahatnu leading to Gandhi his assassination and the. ee..:... ... .........................

OloVd Woman's. CluK Junior! CluV Day u'd j In 1948, starting?at,the, ...1tU..r..... A J ". .,. : ; FAIL TO SEE e'
nan *. s jP on Friday
.wwrTIIURSDAY: ,,Yjlg', r\, HOBBY SHOW-The eleventh annual hobby show was held at e. .
the community house last Wednesday with over 600 persons
5-Orsng* Gardens Association regular netting.'Mrs. Harry SPIRAL ARCADE ROAD FEB.OPENSAT 28 attending. The exhibit Included a collection of articles made In : THE SENSATIONAL :
Calloway, hostess. 7:30 p.m. Korea, paintings, ceramics, needlework shell, glass, miniatures
B-Van Cliburn, piano with Florida Symphony Orchestra, Rock Hudson as a doctor in In wood and many other items (photo by Eby)
Auditorium Orlando'Coloring Malaya tells the story of : HOOTENANNY SHOWSponsored :

steaming adventure, off-beat nights of drama classes and culture's first united .
'eityEVERY panorama, and how a man opportunity
s
E demonstrations will be held
found faith and himself in March >.8 at First Baptist to express appreciationto By The :
"The Spiral Road" scheduledfor Senator Holland for so ably :
Church Pine Street, Orlando
representing the Industry"
; ,
the Arcade Theatre In KIsslmmee
-
WEEK Cecil McGee drama consultant according to Industry spokesmen
tomorrow and Satur. LIONS CLUBS :
with the church recreation: :
Dally, 8 a.m, until sundown-Gatorland day Burl Ives and Gina Rowland department of the Baptist
Dally-Public Zoo, Lake Front Park, Klsslmmee are In the cast Sunday school board, Nashville "Representatives of all of Featuring Ernie Lee and His TV Gang Herb and ee
Wednesday and Sunday, 2:00 to 8:00 p.m.-Clock Museum, A horror drama "Kits of Tennessee, will conduct Florid. agriculture from
St Cloud the Vampire" with Clifford the activities. fruit and flowers, citrus and Kay, Barefoot Brownie Ella Mae Long, Cutie-ln-the-

Dally except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium Evans, William and Jennifer Churches throughout the vegetables, beef and dairy Hula and many others in a good evening of en- :
Orlando, Tuesdays through Fridays 10 a.m. to 6 pm, Daniel Is the second feature. Central Florida area will forestry, and poultry will be :
Saturdays and Sunday., 2:00: to 6:00 p.m. Planetarium Starting Sunday: Mar. 1, Is ticlpate In the festival which par. participant In the program." S tertainment.
showings 2:30 and S.SO p.m. Sundays. Special Rand Me- "Kings of the Sunl' an adventure la designed to demonstrate The luncheon will be held at .
Nally model of moon on display through March 22. story dealing with ancient effective uses of drama In the Cherry lIen Hotel at : SATURDAY, FEB. 29th, 8 P. M. :
Dally 9:00 a.m. until 4:00: pm. except Saturdays Sundays ..ndholldlsTupp.rware Malayan times Yul education worship and recre 12:so.
Museum, Kisslmmee. Brynner Is Impressive as an Agricultural organisationswill
American Indian who tangles ation. be Invited by mall Those Tupperware Auditorium oS
MARCH
with the Malayans.CLEOPATRA desiring more Informationmay

10-First Baptist Church: entertain RUST Meeting begin at7pm. WILL SENATOR GROWERS HOLLAND TO HONOR contact any committee Get your tickets from any member of the Lions Club. e
member
11_14th annual 100 mile endurance trail ride In national forestat OPEN NEW MOVIE Presidents of Florida agricultural .............................eeee

Ocala. Headquarters of Florida Horsemen's Association The new Seminole Plus organisations will THE DEPENDABLE: SUCCESS CARS OF '64
In Umttllla. Runs through March IB, Entries accepted until Cinema Theatre In Orlando Join In an agricultural appreciation
Feb. 10th.)2Florida was to open on Feb. 26 with luncheon for Senator
Symphony Orchestra Concert No. 6, Auditorium, the widely publicised "Cleo- Speisard L. Holland In OrUa-
Orlando patra" as Its opening feature. do on April 17.
13-Klsslmme* Rotary Youth Benefit Evening, Tupperware According: to Donald Harris "This will be Florida agri-!
Auditorium the show will be at "popular
11-"lJrht Up the Sky" at Orlando Players Little Theatre. prices" for Its first showing
(tonight and Friday) in Orlando. Factory Freak
14-Annual Florid. Symphony Ball, sponsored by associate RUSSELL STOVER

board Auditorium Orlando AREA CHURCH :::::'' CandiesSt -i-
19-lease Stern, violin, with Florida Symphony Orchestra, .
Orlando DRAMA CLASS SETA ____
Auditorium, ;: CloudFl'otel _
18--Ufht Up the Sky" at Orlando Players Little Theatre. workshop conference 1 iI
(tonight and Friday) composed of two days and u.aarr .....
81-Lions Club entertain LUST Meeting )begins at 7 p.m. ::

APRIL %-

I-Final Concert, Florida Symphony Orchestra, (Irene Jordon
soprano, Florence Kopleff contralto Jon Craln tenor, Oti' STAGE
Donald Gramm bass, with Robert Hufsteder directing: the
Bach Orlando Festival and Rollin. Chapel Choirs), Auditorium, DR.BRUVDELLHYPNOTIS

7-Erica Mortal, violinist Central Florida Civic Music Association .

auditorium, Orlando.JUNE sail of Get something i off, your chest Yow knees, for wstance, !

MENTALIST ; s1tdeeccrite JI
23-18th National Pee Wee Golf Championships at Rio Pleat &tacwsfwya.
Country Club, Orlando. Open to golfer 3 to 15 year old. ...' a.r w. rN
No entry fee. Contact Cairn % Cieater Orlando Chamber CAN RDElaMl


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CHUCK' land hams has made them the

.' first choice of thrifty homemak-
Roast..uROUND 48 Ji
VICTOR-COMPTOMETER six;.pony bitch was Included In the parade In St. Cloud, and war ers. Protein-rich, carefully select .
prtiented to rodeo ipecutort as special feature.
BONE SHOULDER ed extra lean hams.

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Smoked HAMS

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EXTRA LEAN MEATY SHORT
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ANHEL'SER.BUSCH CHAMPION CLYDESDALES thrilled parade watchers, rodeo ipeettton ToiVtlatStiRi
50 Extra !
and thou who viilted the KUilmmee Valley Livestock Show Uit weekend MCHAsi
WITH THIS COUPON AND Of
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abe bAT YELLOW SOLIDS I ALL FLAVORS THRIFTY MAID u

YOUTH CONVENTION National Aeronautics and Space Administration displayed =
the above Space Mobil. at the Youth Convention held recently at Tupperware auditorium.The Ice MILK i ter
theme for the convention was "Youth in ,the Space Ace"Tha' .
50 Extra THhiNStaMiVITH .

Christian Science RIG, 49 THIS' COUPON AND fURCHAtf O I
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II' WITH THIS COUf' N Nf q9j
ST. CLOUD BAPTIST of the Virrin Mary" FREEZETTE Tomatoes ... ... ,..
CIRCLES MEET Mar. 2>-"! Believe in the DRIVE-IN 303 CAN ; Whil. Acre Peas ,

Reiurrection and the Life Xv .... ,...
Mrs' J. Ray Smith will be rlee.ur ear"SAVE
hoateai for the meeting of erlaitinc" \\4( EACH LIBBY'S TOMATO (Limit 2 with $5 food order) AT ANY WINN IXII
Alice Caventa Circle, Worn Apr. l-l Believe in the Holy PHON 34
en'i Mliiionary Union of the Spirit" I
St,. Cloud First B a p t Iii The Pastor will be conducting 47-2211 Juice. s6.z. CAN 19
Church. The circle will meet ( a membership clan for .
at the church boys and girls and they will
The Lulu Terry Circle will be received Into the church on SAVE 3* EACH THRIFTY MAID (Limit 10 with $5 food order) <
meet Friday (Feb. 28)) at S Palm Sunday. This clan will ,.
WITH THIS' COUPON' ANO PUICHASf O I
p.m. in the church. be held each Sunday morningthe
last >0 minutes of the MjIk1O I oee se ee w v"euT ".
Sunday School hour. A clue Evap ; apple Sash:
PRAYER MISSIONTO for the junior high youth will KissimmM Dry QtoRirs .Bee Tees r/eeecae $
BEGIN MARCH S be hold the last 18 minutes of
and following the Choristers IntI.,. lints 1915 SAVE 6t EACH DELSEY (Limit 2 with $S. food order) Y AT ANY WINN-DIXII
Three Klialmmee ministers Choir rehearsal each Fridayafternoon 1"
will participate In a three-day at 4. 100 Iryan Stre
Prayer Minion iponiored by The Woman's Society of Tissue 2 ROIL "* 191
the First Baptist church aUrtInr Christian Service will bold
Wednesday, March .. their District Conference at
BeautifulInteriors 50 Elfta T.. 111NW SI IM
The Rev. B. B. Williams of the Methodist Church In Eustli >
The First Methodist church Fla, on Friday, Feb. 28tb $ THII eu&.I. AHD MOW/
will open the series, Baptist from 9.80 a... U X:IS pja. 00,5..... Poe.ceaeels'. aGO'
Pastor C H Eiland will eon- Can will leave the church at
Car
duct the Thursday evening Fig
service, and the Rev. Dorr Van 8a.m. Free decorating servkeI'hone MOUNTAIN GROWN WINESAPApples BAKING POTATOESRussets ....tees ,-..., BreaAT
Etten, pastor of the First TUNI UPS 8171111 ANY WINN DIXI34 "
Preibyterlan Church will pre- endMOTOR
sent the Friday service. KISSIMMEEFURNITURE
The Woman Mlitionary CUANINO -
Week of Prayer for Home Ml*. Smitty's American Oil CO.
done begins at the First Sap AT THIIHOfflNOCtNTU 23 BROADWAYEExaminations
tilt Church March 18. l
Schedule for the program .. 5IExIrWL''Si. a
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are The aa Jo follows BerU Weaver and 5 .' 4910 ll, 59XWELt > 0sI 55.C' Psi )i.
LAO
will Nell have Dean charge Whitten of the Circles pre- to be given to fill Sep lv.

gram Baptiat at the Chapel North on Kissimmee Donegan existing vacancies on the City of Kis- Seel AT ANY few rss.e W.N.DIXIIII /eau

Avenue on March tad at 10:00 simmee Police Department
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Rev. B. B. Williams, pastor !
of the First Methodist Church Age 2135. Minimum starting sal j
will be guest ipeaker Tuea- jI I
$80 week to $96. Applicationsmay
day tvenlnf, March Srd at ary per
7:SO p.... at the Fint Baptist be picked up at the Kissimmee '
Church. Special music ha
been arranged for the evenine. Police Dept. and must be returned by ; l
.
0. Wednesday sigh 4th. March 101964. ))1HOUSf t I
regular prayer services will /e. a
five prime concern to Home
MRS. JESS THACKER
MUlioni with Rev.B.D.Locke
Area Missionary M guest SecretaryCivil / I
peaker. Time 1-00 .-.. 1
Rev.Dorr Van Etten. Pastor Service Board ,. New .le.y Opt. c.. VM. Pt
Church of the, will Fint be the rreabyterUa speaker en I Astor Coffee ; Maxwell House Perk & leans IETEKENT KTEHMNT !

Thursday All .,the eveniaf Biastanary at 7:30.circles SAVE '14* I4B CAN 148 CAN SAVE Sltir, 300 CAN GIANT BOX SAVE 20* GIANT PKG.

of the First during Church the will Week participate of Examinations to be given to createan


AT invited.LENTZX Prayer.METHODIST. Visitors 8EBT1CE3 art CHURCH LISTED cordially Department.eligible list Age for the 2135.Kissimmee Fire 4 9 } S 9? 0? 3 ? \ ?



Daring lM LeaU* ....... Applications may be picked up at

Ue pester of UteFint... Metk.WO- the Kissimmee Fire Station. The last Yew CIc. t.erH, rw care/..... 9100 eels M -.. UoNt J ..... U.4 erd.v L- 1 eA u e... M ere. U ett I w'i... n. ee/oe ee a1ee.R ..
diet Chorck. X B. &
1_. will be preechfar a see ; date to file application is March 10. '
rise ., special armor baaed I .1.
.. UM Apoetlee Chad: i 'IJtHllJd: s11tl&.eP ttJ /
die Mar.Father V-rl AtaOcktjTMar. Believe to Cod JESS THACKER :

the-""He Qk sun aad die tame: Dead"teJadfe : Secretary and'n s t 'l tlJ.Htt t l
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DaI1tIG MASONS TO MBBT Central Florida. Moat
It MONDAY NIGHT Delightful mains1: Room
r'y
tit
I. located In th*
A Dater oeaaaioaloattcn of ST. CLOUD HOTEL
No. 80 E-BO.B-MBMB'B |..BBBIrootond
Orange Blossom Lodge no
S rt 1 Nef Free and Aeoepted Masons -...t raHMtlM
J will be heM at 8 Po... Mondayat Iced Nw' York AVI MI.SttlTIKI
Nt "Iou"
the Maaonte Temple on Da-
kin Avenue.
The lodge will be honoredby RtTAIftlNO
;,; a vWt from the district
1/J deputy grand master of the and
hrera A Q ',f f 16th Maaonfe Dttttt. There WHEEL BALANCING

will also be ..... AmerteanJam. -
a on
Th LIMIT Rs.dt ; Smifty's American Oil
Four- Gasette Kisstmrnee Florida, Feb.>> 27, IM4 + ; .

All member and vMting ATTMIM4OWNO
brother are Invited to attend UNTIL

A Single Route NeededWe -

rat, vii 11AMoaE

used to josh our Orlando friends about High ..,-

way 50 as a road "from nowhere to nowhere by way of

Orlando" because it begins at Weekiwachee Springsand

ends in Indian River City. "

Our own "Road to the Moon" Is definitely a road '

from "Somewhere to Somewhere" by way of Kissimmee \:: ,\1 Wr MNi.wr Cheerfully PerformedThe

because through traffic will be able to go from
memorial service
beauty of the ,
Cape CAnaveral to Tampa by the firstdirect; route ever the beauty of the family's memory

built between these two important centers.All .4 n, are greatly Influenced by the

that will be needed, a numbered designation: o..1. j t.wMr f rfr; tend of the professional work. Our pro

perhaps Route 632 as suggested by Artist Buster ? ii work, performed with the greatest

Kenton. e./teea. care, I* of the highest quality.RlEDEL .
TI. 0IDaOF
usSOWIN


Congratulations, Spurs III rut



Kissimmee and St. Cloud are richer by some 2. HOOt ..7 1f/6l lG 9knifAMIlIANCI

15,000 visitors as a result of the hard efforts expendedby 107 IMMItr HUM

the 200-odd members of the Silver Spurs and many uvQ IIISIMMII 110119APh..ef '

others in the community.We .

like the Spurs particularly because it is countywide .
tricks We went to see a KC- N.T -.iNJ. CLUB
uT nas
and because it is volunteer. Like Elementary School News ,
largely our 1S5 and I B-I2 Bomber. Nextwe MEETS IN ST. CLOUD
Boat-a-Cade, It couldn't be done without the help of saw a radar plan W* sow
Caution of the fire itatlon. I especiallyliked Two-hundred t 1a I r t,-lour
everyone. Urged
the dC ra. member and guest were
However, the Spurs "Big Boss" Gary Straub and By Vicki Chltwood Our present for the February

his lovely and energetic wife, Sandra, carried a particularly Drivers Near SchoolsBy class went to the McCoy Air York meeting-New of the Jersey St. Club Cloud at New the

large share of the responsibility (and Incidentally Fore Base and we taw a B-62 Community House.At .
Bomber. I saw the sergeant
celebrated his 30th birthday on the first day Petty BradburyThe Mrs. Jean Donahue' first and a radar plane. W* saw a the business meeting It

of the rodeo). We'd particularly like to express our rain camel Traffic and second year music student theatre too W* learned th.tthe wa decided to meet for lunchat
resulted. Childrenran have been learning songs 12 noon rather than at
congestion sentry dog will get a man
appreciation to them for their energetic leadership. belter-akelUr to fet to of our country. They heard by the neck. We liked every 12:SO a* has been the custom

Mama' car, or to daih home stories of how the long cams thing. W* might go again. I in the past
in the dristle, and some dear about and learned about the liked the dog best of alL We Mr*. Harry Weber, becauseof
Into live of the composers. They the unavoidable absence of ALTERATIONSPECIALISTS
ones almost darted blindly think It was very nice of themto
Thanks TupperwareTupperware moving care. have also worked on fun songs let ill com. Rev and Mr*. Floury, wa In
This la what It li like on seasonal songs connected with charge of the program. Observing *
rainy afternoons when school February and learned the folk Lincoln' Birthday,
Home Parties again gave Osceola is dismissed game Lott eat Tod. ObituariesROT Mr*. Vernon Banister, pianist,

County a boost in our drive for recognition and pros- Principal Louis Feueriteln Third year music students entertained the group with a
.
appeals to all parents pickingup have also learned patriotic medley of religious and patriotic
II '
pent)'. children In front of the songs and two new folk games. FRANKLIN LEE songs.Mrs. I
Last weekend the company picked up the tab schools to be aware of exlit. Th recording and film trip Karl Gardner led the
traffic condition He also of the William Tell Overturewas Roy Franklin Lee, infant group In singing and lane two
for one hour's prime viewing time on a local television ing
IOn of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
parent not to block the presented. As a follow-up solo number Paul Knight, instructor -
station (Channel 9 on Saturday from 10 to 11 p.m.) In flow urges of traffic and to allow the group did musical pictures Lee, Lake Wilson, Kissimmee, of Golden Age public

order to present the Silver Spurs Rodeo to area view. busses to get ai clove to the Mr*. Margaret Bait welcomes passed away Saturday eve speaking class, talked on 'Our

ers. Although they had regular commercials, the school ai poMlbl for quick these new children to ning.Beside the parent survivor the Flag American stressing flag the represent fact that

greatest benefit was derived by the citizens of this loading.On rainy. days, Principal her Cook first from year roooml Teresa David Include six sisters, Mary freedom for alL Mr. J. M.

FeueraUln asks that parent Highlands; All-e, Marie, Betty Jean, Judy, R xroat, Mr. Alma Randall
from Chlllleothe
Seymour ,
county.Now the show is over, the film Is being sent to In can pick up children at the Ohio; Donna Reese from West Gladys Kissimmee.and Ruby Grandparent Jean Lee, Mr.all .and Mr*. .Harry and Weber ruel.pproprl.t.
Central building along the interestingpoems.
the New York headquarters of the network In an Church Street aide and on the Palm from Beach flames and City Jimmy Glover and Mra. George M. Lee, St.Auru.Un. .

attempt to entice a full hour on the network's Wide aide towards the Presbyterian A tour of McCoy Air Force and Mrs. Nancy
Sweat, St. Cloud. DALE WALSH CHARTER
World.o.( Sports. '1 Church.At the Emma Yowell build. Base was an exciting educational Funeral services were held MEMBER OF SORORITY
Osceola County Is already deeply $Indebted to experience for the level at 11 '.m. Monday at the Interment .
ing, parent phase leave th.'I'M eight class of Mrs. Judy J>a. In Rose Hill Cemeterywith Dale Walsh 01 St. Cloud
which offers its facilities for such eventsas Street nearest
Tupperware Church
en vie and the fourth grade efMr of
the Rev. I. T. Williams, wa one 80 co-ed to become
the high school's prom, church banquets, conventions the school clear for busses. *. Pat. Nail.,. minister of the St. Cloud charter member of a Spacioui living can now be yours with budget paymntt. -

and other non- ommerelal ventures free of Until the bus loading I I. completed ramp The tour Including watching Church of God, officiating. Florida State University Call us W* handle everything 'from construction
at Bryan
Mary ,
the sentry dogs perform,
charge. This latest action is further evidence of Tup. parents will itlll have to pick a demonstration of the modern charge Grlssom of Funeral arrangements.BLANCHE Home was. In chapter sorority of Gamma a national Sigma service Sig to planning. Our work it fully guaranteed .t. Stop by or

perware's willingness to help its adopted home. up children In front of the fire fighting equipment and ma. phon. but do it today!

In many cases when a community continually school asks Principal to observe FeueraUln and going. through the huge fire GERTRUDE Founded originally at FSU MOORE JR.
parents truck, going Into a KC-136, GALSTER Circle K-Ettes the club K. C. ,
as ,
receives thousands of dollars worth of benefits obey the traffic officer at and walking around a B-62 .
.
became affiliated a a proba.tionary TRIANGLE BUILDING
throughout the years free they tend to take it for school croailnc Bomber Many children had Blanch Gertrude Galster, chapter of the nation ESTIMATES
granted. Dr. Mongoven visited the never been In or near any aircraft 71,. of 1710 West Oak Street, al organization In 1963. Feb. 11 STEWART STREET CAL L NOW
first year claaiea and gave before and they enjoyedthe Klaslmmee, p a s s e d away Phone) S47.1270
Lest this to be the with let's let children Information dental 23 it was being chartered.
appear case us, on experience. The visit lasted Thursday after several
Tupperware know how appreciative we are of their care. He gave each child a all morning.Mrs. woes: Illness. I -
sticker to pat on his mirror asa Davis and Mrs. Nalley A native of Savannah, New
Interest and their generosity! reminder to "bruin." would like to express appreciation York she had been a winter I MYMMNiItt#
With the Rodeo atlll fresh to Airman Helm who resident here for five years before -
In our lives, we would like to served aa their guide and to becoming a permanent
The Cigarette ReportThe salute four of our teacher mother Mr*. Patterson and resident nine month ago. TOTALPERFORMAN
who are member of the Silver Mr*. Campbell who went with Active In the First Methodist -
Spur group Mrs. Pat Red. the children. Also a very *ln- Church, she was a Life
forthright statement on the dangers of cigarette grave (aha served a* secretary eere thank to the personnel Member of the W.SC.S. She ,
of the organisation), of McCoy who mad this an was a member of the W.C.T.U.
smoking to the nation's health Is reassuring. Mr* Lola Grlaaom, Mr. Mary educational and memorable Klislmmee All States Tourist

Congress will attempt to deal with the problem in sucha France Prather, and Mrs. field trip for the boy and Club Orange Garden Civic

way as to protect tobacco Interests from economic Margaret Fast worked many girl*. Th children loved every Association and Ladle Auxiliary
long and hard hours for the minute of It a* shown by tilt of Brotherhood of Rail
effects of lower consumption, and with an eye to the love of the organization following three report writ road Trainmen. CEl

impact on tax revenues which will be affected by and to that the entire community ton by students after they re Survivors Include her hut-

lower consumption.A could benefit from thisemiannual turned. band Lester M. Galstar. Two
Rod_. By Brenda Roger Our sons, Robert Calster, Syracuse,
Kissimmee lady jokingly tells her husband lie
In the physical education class went to McCoy Air Force New York and Bernard Gal-
Is "burning his house down" whenever he lights up a class of Mra. Grace Johnston Base. We saw some dog that star, New Hartford New

cigarette. Figure it out for yourself: a pack a day and Mr*. Maltland Koonce, the did trick There was one dog York. Also six grandchildren. l
girl have learned the folk whose name we Boy. H* ran The funeral party left Friday
smoker will spend $7497 between the of 16 and "
ages game to "Oh Susanna. an obstacle course. Most of afternoon for Syracuse
65. Performing experiments te all I liked the dog*. Then we where funeral services were to
prove that the world was saw a B-6I Bomber. We went be held Monday with Interment
round In Mr*. Xoonce'a claas into '. KC1J5. We had fun following In Whit .
Psychological were AI Moon, Chuck? Cappa, looking around In It. Chapel Manorial Park, De-
DepressionA Bobby Tibbetta, Paul M.,. By John Campbell I wentto wits New York. CrUeom Funeral
nard, Mary Bond, and Glenda the McCoy Air Fore Base Home wa In charge of .
Sylvester. today I sow Iota of dogs don arrangements. r
definite quickening of Kisslmmee'a business -- -T-

pulse since the first of the year is apparent to many RIC.tITION PROVIMNO THf II day of r.bry.rr. 1114.RKiiOUTTION Ik. lI.e**aarr Clerks cad Inapoe.lor tw 1.
business here the result METHOD AND TIMS OF Nil I.14 t. rendvrl said. loctloB aadmak
people we think of logical
QUALIFICATION or
MHKHKA Bad.r Ik* law du. ..'..r.* lk.rr a*
thinking replacing an attitude of pessimism prevalenta WHIREA CANDIDATES....r the Uw sad kl..'.ordlaaaeoa.... It* (.of...Ike..1 *.1..110"l provldd RB IT rURTHCR fc law' tlEHOLVED
and ordlaaBco .f Ik. City *fKlaalmmoo are n.slr./ I. k. k.ld .* the Ikal Ibis rooolatloB sad said
year ago.Whether : (. .I. municipal: laal Tiioodar IB Msrck .f slob ..loptlo proFlamatloa. stall k
not worked IrrtloB will k* bold .la .* City gar'; see *
or we ourselves publUkod IB the KlMlmm
into arti. i. 0.
an .I KlaalmiB' .. riorW. oa the .*A8. before .
'psychological depression" not it la heartenIng IU dar .f ".n... n.., aald lap ....r.' .1..,... Ik aar.* MayorcooimlaaloBW nea. \.1.\: .wookly said I Bow.papor ,". i
or tal kolag es lk .r..' '1'....., ...... laav. tieprsel.satlos for al .. Clir. asp a w* k. '
: Iklrly days
to see the many forward-looking projects now la ilarrk"l/l4. .1.... kr kirn aadalloalod Iko dato :f tald olortlniiBH prior t
WHIMI:4&: II will o. ._*. kr Ik. Clip Ma....r, IT '
being initiated by private> Individuals and government. Mr* for CltYpCenml.ls.: *: .rdorlai said .1...,... al load tkat Its rt'RTHKR for*) of official RKMOLVCIX balloto
aid I Skirl dar. I. .. 64 FORD
? prior tk late k* I I. all lclloa stall !
.r :
Actually, nothing can effectively atop the growth of 'k.*.irid.f ike kr City the *.(.aiifid Klaslmwsea .1 i**< Ml TMNRKroKK.for .aid IIi* : IT Ht.LVKL will k* vkiailllr a* follows. t*

Osceola County, favored as we are by geographical ate a-onoral *'lortlBtTHKIlEroHK. > ), Abet Iko follewli.lotll ..
BK IT Ra). .B rroclamatloa ko la*.*.; nPrl jay BAU/VT
location and the natural resources of our chain of aoLVk.0. Ikat Ik. tamo .f all) PRIM L.AMATIOM OKNRRAL'
.aBdldal. Mid Ml'NICIPAL
for offtcos IT IS HCRBHT aaaonarod andproclalmod ruKt-rioM
lakes.Let's .ko...prlatod.... bees.. Ihs roo.natod official' I kallol. ko- Ikal a.roivlar ra.. CITT or KIMIMMEB
seal olotlloB IB Ik Clip of Kl<*
Make
keep moving this time!J11IE rome ....,....* kr wrltua pott' .,...*. riorlda, will k* ..... ,It. aamoo a ere*f ik mark. _. act'al,..kfar,.. .f _
Port hat Motor Trends "Car at to
Just
Han eiiaod ky at won
call '* dorla Ik* local keor* of cello> four rkolrort Ynr'M.. ,..
live .Ise4.ra -* Mid. City .ko ad iii. 111 dar *( .'... iNS > ) aad.p n.lpe same ,. W
are esalltl.d (. ..!. I* MMolortloB. at It ........,. ki.iwmMPI.rida. v.R,. for as OMM188IONEK: Award with a special citation saluting Ford's totafpefformnc c.n..... mer.1.s e..pew. .a w y.

aj.SB.'ee ua.ette lion .Kail. aad k*all rid of slob with potl ikliy ra *. tee Maywr Ik* ,.r e.wwi.la.r o** .( olo' t., S t _n...._______...__.____._ proved In open competmon./ ::- teaa5.w"da tI e. 5r":
( ........ af Ik. city ./ wkoo t.,. of oftlro aaall kocla Oftotl.iNiV..f:--- twesw 1.11w hI
Klulnnn, sat UUr !.... 4:*. .. ..ee P. ... es Ik.. tint TIM*. von CITY COMMIDtlONKR: The durability roadabaity acInI.power end stop- .:::: =:=
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Local advertising baaed oa open rate ef M per eoluma. will HTl. .. Wry Mod Hi the City .* KloolniBo* all ...... ....... aa nay k* BOO.
with adjustment for consistency and 9OIu... Classified advertising ATTMTiHy Uayoraiio.lo4o*.r for roroodlair rid tko of alt lest'oatka' day ai ft| Ho_*r aorordlnato, .or roMMtl.. sail ( .. AUTREY MOTOR COMPANY

JOl per worth claeeified display under contract al (US H. HUB**! barefe l.<.. and wa* akall ka.* aa* mwPoMOd old.lily *.
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More Community Participation Needed if Kissimmee Valley Show to GrowHIGH



",'0'' .., rusry 8th compared with the cedar, horseeho pitching, Ball, Clint Barber, John Belcher .
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Killip Says 1. J. w.\',': .I corresponding period a year string band, sweetheart eon- Dennis Ungaro, Ralph
Show Draws 'I:. ., ago lent, tractor driving Yatee, Vance Bate, Elmer
,jI" Those competing will be Horn, Bruce Bowden, Sandra I
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Own Crowd : :. : SENIOR AG BOYS Dean Smith, Frank Marshall, Adami, Bill Taylor and Lou
yC: /i" TO ENTER CONTEST Spencer Overatreet, Tom Tnrcal.
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"The public's recognition 1CJ\t' Th. F. F. A. senior ag boys
and acceptance of the outstandingly .- ( '/ I-, will go to a sub-district con.
successful Klstlm- )J C" "(. ,. test In April where eight con.
men Valley Livestock Show, ':,; test will be available The** MAKINSONHARDWARE'S
Osceola's "County Fair", calls include parliamentary pro-

for a program of Increased. Th Gaiette, Klislmmee. Florida, Feb, 17,1964- Pag* Fir r
1 community participation, financial SAM) ROCK
support, physical Improvements .
1 added facilities, LIVESTOCK MARKET Sales reported for the weekending MOKTVHMIXSTEM
and additional personnel if the SALES UP LAST WEEKA February 14 at IImark.tI & R IRE MESH
annual event Is to fulfill Its Included 4341 cattle
total of 6.0M cattle and and calves, and tS70 hogs and Aewrnrrr4er
to the community and
purpose calves, 3,167 hogs and pigs, pig ste
contlu to grow, lays Jim one horse, SI goats, and four (
Killip, program and exhibits sheep wen sold at 16 Florida
chairman. Livestock Auction Market ANNUAL
WINN-DIXIE REPORTS
of Increased
As result
a 00
week according
during the past SALES INCREASINGAn
promotion and gradual upgrading to W. O. Whittle, chief of
the stock show this. Florida State Farmers' Mar increase o '.78 percentIn KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
yesr enjoyed greater attendance kets. sale was recorded by
and visitors were delight Gross receipts amounted to Wlnn-Dlxl stores during the FERTILIZER
e ed with the enlarged exhibitarea $$346,791 from U markets. four-week period ended Feb. Phone 8473524My
double that of last year,
Killip added.
In addition to the Flood
Control exhibit, the state wasrepresented and
SCORING W and Clint
RANGLERS- Betty Lou Bullli by the Division of
Barber receive trophies from Bob Cody of Cod,'. of Kiiilmmee Salt Water Fisheries, Water SISTER HAS

for their work with the Four H Club Conservation, Forestry, Animal $ZOO IN HER

Industry, Agricultural
Extension Service and the I INSURED SAVINGS
Turnpike Authority AND LoAN ASSOCIATION. HOW DOES SHE DO Irk PLANTSALE
Agriculture was further represented
by a U. S. Department .
of Agriculture displayand
three prise-winning county
tSA'r x= displays of the 4.H Club,
St. Cloud Future Home Malt- !
ers and the Osceola County
home demonstration group
"Crowds gathered to watch
the glass blower, magician, J a. 6-5-5 RilMB $ 1 19
artists, candy makers, the invisible MIXTURE' ]
fish modern painting BOth. Ie,
and three displays with automatic
devices showing colored Mad Especially for Lawns, Citrus Tr.*>.,

slides," Killip( continued."Attendanlcl' Shad Tr..i and Non-Acid Shrubbery.
: | | this year
proved that the Livestock
4.6.8 II
Show Is drawing people t149Mad.
through its own advertisingand M.

publicity program, providing
added attendance to the BABYSITTING. Especially for AiaUai and Camllla

rodeo, as well as benefiting and oth.r Acid Plant
MoNOR>LY.IT'S Loving
from the rodeo visitors and l IT'S A FEMALE .

the cooperative advertising of UNFAIR US MEN l AZALEAS
for
the two groups, 3 : *2.29
Killip declared that the fine
display of purebred cattle and
an Increased interest of the CROTONS IAI1"--00
HIGH SCORING ROOKIES-.Peggy Ann Simpson and Vernon public In the cattle judging OIANT *3.88
Hendenon receive trophies and congratulations\ from John helped to Improve attendanceIn
Carrol of the First National Bank of Kissimmee. the opening days of the
show Th. carnival midwayalso
aids attendance, particularly .
the youth and children. OTHER GARDEN

Frank Poffenbaugh, general
manager' of the Livestock s
SUPPLIES ALSO
Show, Indicated need of stand
ardising the exhibit areas and
n
a displays and a rearrangementof
some of the arena booths. -SALE-
Louie W Seay, Jr., president

of the Florida Federation ... .
.nc
of Fairi and'Uveatoch Shew iw if .. ,
SALE
Ito. IUUUR
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commended"officials on the v I.
Improved appearance of the t 1' RRTIUZEIl1 SPREADERS 7.95 6"
4S Livestock Show and agreed MAYBE WE SHOULD
err that Improved facilities were LAWN RAKES 99c 88
needed. //NVDKE; rn fArm.TTN.1T

I, y47 V.W.. GRASS SHEARS 1,95 1"

COUNTY CANCER BOOTHAT
LIVESTOCK SHOW ROUND POINT SHOVEl 2.95 2"


Hundreds of pines: of educational .. LAWN EDGING 4"i40' 1.69 I47
literature were handed
out by women manning the
county cancer unit booth at GARDEN HOES 1.99 I79
the Kissimmee Valley Live-
Among the women volunteering n II HAND TROWELS 39c 34
to give of their time
and efforts went Mm. Ber- 34
stock Show and Fair HAND CULTIVATOR 39c

BEST SHOWMAN AT HALTER. -Gsll English receives her nice Dunten, Mabel Hlghflll .
award from Mrs. Daniel LeFevre of St. Cloud. Louis Screen Dorothy How-
den, Derothea Bourne, Ruth
COME IN NOW AND
Lorrow Grace Moultoa, Pearl
Citrus Protection Meet Carry, Winifred Thompson, The habit of laving regularly It the key to lucceu. Start now.
Mabel Ellison, Mildred Kline, SEE THE TOUGHEST

Held by Sheriff Buckcls Mildred deln, Mary Lane E.Elsie Cooper Dungel-, and FIRST OSCEOLA ,
Ruth Watson. MOST POPULAR USED
Ruth Watson service chairman COUNTY
Sheriff Bob Bockels of Os- dan says USDA's Agricultural of the St. Cloud Loan and FEDERAL LAWNMOWERTODAY.
eeola County was host to a Marketing Service reports as Gift Closet, mad arrangements KISSIMMEBST.
meeting last week at the Livestock pork, canned corn, potatoes, for tilt booth space SAVINGS CLOUD
Pavilion In KIssiramc* plentiful in February art beef and women to man It, for the .
to review results and make canned ripe olives and apples. slides and projector showing AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
further plans for the protection cancer research and work.
Gf citrus growers from .
Davis ----- --------
fruit thieves. Agency, I -HUFFY-
The monthly meeting on
fruit thefts It rotated among Mann-Frakes for the/ best pou//",.
the thirty-two counties which To CombineThe K5 For The BIG I Response To Our I c::....;
are a part of Florida Citrus rotary cut
Mutual'. Fruit Protection Program I
headed by Lea Bessenger. John Davis Insurance P RODEO TICKET SPECIAL HUffYPower
Agency will merge with Mann 1
and Fakes Agency on March I
1st AT THESE STATIONS ,. Mowers
V ESH-TV CAPTURES The new Agency will operate
AD CLUB AWARD under the Corporate name .-. ...
of Mann and Frakes, Inc PHI 111 PS DELL WOOD 66" ) '
WESH-TV, Daytona Beach- According U Davis the pur-
Orlando,captured several honors pos of the merger' "is. to enable THIS WEEK'S UWOOD A MAIN
the recent advertising both better
la agencies to
awards competition I. Orlando. serve the customer. AD Insurance THURS.- SRI.- SAT. Why wt r.c.,4! HUffYle

needs (fire, auto, life OSCEOLA"66" Hytsmilifl one-kr.r a Enclosed cutting
The Advertising Club of Orlando health, accident, bonds antigenml TOP VALUE height, *Jutim) nl chamber
held Its third annual liability can now be ,,, LAST VIINi e Ad.H"l bodies a Choke ef iliwe -
advertising awards competition supplied by a one stop .,.. COUPON ( ) Powerful, tnlMt J 14 10 M*
January SI. and WESH. cy." Q e Lift.snJxuf a CM and electric models
with first The combined firm will be "
TV came out a BONUS MILT'S 66"IT. angled Mid, ups e Nalursl handling
second and third place In theTV staffed with! four Hcned handle Power--Drlv models
e -Grip
commercial for 10 seconds agents, John Davis, Mickey .CLOUD Saisry
or lunge In the fOmp.., Davis, BUt Frakes and Lester I AIK rOI A nit MMONITIAIIOM
public relations advertisingcampaign Man.
..nJoe. Channel tram Last yew Man and Frske
out with a send place IIMr"'"
poet lie*. Davis said that the ,.1idtI WE FEATURE FREEDRIVEWAY "FREE DELIVERY"
new held by hi*custom wiD
Milt disturbed fa any way. 100 FREE
FRYERS PLENTIFUL "'They win remaia to fore
FOR FEBRUARY MEALS with the earn company and

Florida foodstorea wffl offer personal will eeettinu attaatioe U ,"receive D a vi mf* TOP VALUE STAMPS VACUUM MAKINSONHARDWARE
generous supplies of brvOer- aid.
and for February WITH IACH rtU-W AND THIS COUPON
fryers pecans The only differ**** that
Gen planning, reports .ur fflc* anti record will b* SERVICE
Mrs. Kendall hone .todastrte wred to 102 Broadway.F1AXO .

Wilt Florida* and marketing Agrlcaltaral spec Ea. DCO TO PLAY MAW ..... .....___. __._ ...._ .. t

Untie Service.Broilerfryers. I*' ORLANDO' MARCH

and pecans _.. OSCEOLA PETROLEUM CO. 'INCDfSTtlBUTOt
UM&SrtUUACY ,
top. Ue Vet ., foods that the Ferrate A Teicher. ..... '"StOll wiiM wi' Hem on now
U 8. Depart*** of Agrinl- duo, are boaa4 to the at, 17,M,at-THURl..Fit*AND SAT.
tar reports are pleaUfal to AaditorUi to Orlaad ** uMIT-ONI PiI WSTOMa 30.MOADWAY 047-1100
Febnary.Other March T,It aaancd by are 147.J941
foods which X,.. lea- F...*a ArtieU Sertee.






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Six, The Gatetto, KiiilnunM, Florida, Feb, J7, 1M4 '

By Belly Ell, this week are Mike Partin, ::1 By Barbara Griff! Lapfer pwrLi

Twenty one folk mostly Mary Dumont, Pat Piaua, Did you read the other day
residents of Orange Garden Mra Walter Buck, Michael about one of our gubernatorial
will form motorcade at B. C. Smith Rita Bobroff, Sybil : candidate who wa jarred out
Duffer's Friday morning and Partlti, Zola Nash, Susan MIL r of a moment of smugness by
head for Miami where they l I.r, Jennifer Overitreet, Eddie .' his eight year old daughter
will board steamer for a Farmer Avallne Lancaster !!& It seems that this man had

weekend at Nassau. Those Clifton E. Ban, Kathy Taylor, Just been Introduced at a ban
.
Joining in the weekend of fun Ima Stahl, Stephen Lyons, jut The Introduction had i
Include Marjorie Fish Dr. Larue Freeman Margaret been especially flattering, it
Olive Fish Edith Spencer Mary Zoffel Sybil Smith Jim had mentioned all the honor
Mr*. H. H. Ladion, Katherine McLaughlin Orpha Carr, Mr. this candidate had ,received
Allen Sylvia Gilmore Elinor Ban, Jerry Overitreet, 4 since high school. The Hit war
Wynn, Dr. and Mr. D. Co Sara Bowen, Bruce Lupfer I lengthy, be had served his
Love, Elite Grigsby, Janet Bill Burton John Moore But : I country well while in service, TRACTOR WON BY OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL Future Farmer Chapter ls formally presentedby
Easdale Mr. and Mrs B. D. wishes to each of you. ii he had served his state well Florida Ford Tractor Company at ceremonies in Kliilmmee Tuesday
Douglass, Effl Moneyhan James Hookway celebrated JA J while In the legislature etc.

Martha Paule, Mr. and Mr. his 91st birthday Thuraday. The applause was ringing In bottom of casserole. Brown Visitors from 80 states and 600 student here for the
J. C. Smith Mr. Harl Sim. He war able to lit up part of this candidate' can a* be the pork chops in a skillet, Canada were among those who Christian Youth Convention.
mom, Mr. W. I. Barber and the time and greet the member PROUD MOMENT .Mr*. Claude Whatley, the former Ruth rose to ipeak. And then a* If then arrange them on top of visited Tupperware bead-
Mr. and Mr. R. C. Dutt.,. of the Masonic Lodge Elisabeth Hnggel of Baiel, Switzerland, I I. shown leaving the It had been shouted over a the rice. Place slice of onion, quarter daring February. Also
Ray H. Faulk building In. who called and the friend and Federal Courthouse In Orlando Wednesday after receiving her loud speaker he heard his tomato and pepper ring on among those who toured
ipector for Kliilmmee attended neighbor who cam In with a American citizenship Ruth who has a laboratory degree in eight year old whisper across top of each pork chop. Pour the firm's facilities were viiltor BeautifulInteriors
the 12th annual short beautifully decorated cake and Histology and Pathology from Basel University, met Dr. the table to a friend of hers can of broth over this. Cover from Seoul Korea; Borne,
course for building official Ice cream to help him cele. Whatley while h* wa serving with the Air Force in Europe, "BIG DEAL! I guess to her casserole and bake In oven at lulyj: and Ippy, Central African
held this week at Gainesville, brat They moved to Klsslmmee five years ago (Photo by Eby) he was still only a daddy, S78 for about an hour. Check Republic. The largest single .
Mr and Mr*. Hubert Tarcai Two piece of china piloting I could Imagine a little h"w when it is about half finished group tour was made by servke
and children han returned were picked up by mistake this man felt because I, too, and add water If needed This Free decorating
from Oklahoma at the art how lait weekendand have been brought down from may also be simmered on top MUffLiRSand Phone 8174111
William Dettmer a juniorat Mri. Watson, chairman a moment of smugness. MaybeIt of the stove In the skillet you
the Montverd. Academy, a would! appreciate it If they Is a good thing that people used for the chops. It can be KISSIMMEEFURNITURE
Christian co-educational could be left at the Gasotte who love u* care enough to covered and cooked about 30 TAIL PIUS
school Wilt of Orlando ha office or the St. Cloud News, ;uA bring u* down to reality, be. minutes this way, but I think Smitty'i Amtrkan Oil CO.

made the school honor roll for They were a 71" vase painted Cause smugness I I. not pretty, the oven cooking tastes best AT TNIINOevgNO 23 BROADWAY
the past six week period. HeI with violet and a 5" vase and doe lie no good. CTNTW
I.I the eon of Mr. and Mr. painted with white daisies Anyway, last spring we had
William E, Dettmer. AI Ayer of Orange Gar guests for Sunday dinner. 2600 VisitTuppervarc
Mr and Mr*. E. F, Sanborn den I I. a patient at a local Things had gone especially
celebrated tholr 60th wedding hoipltal.Col. well the children had all
anniversary Saturday when 21 Wllllim C. Harrison Jr. cleaned their plate and had BUILDING OR REMODELING?
member of their family had and Col. R. G, Dupont of Alexandria caked for seconds, the salad l

dinner together at Gar,'*, The Va. and Col. William had stayed congealed long In We would like to assist in planning
Sanborn moved to Klsslmmee T. Minor of Fairfax, Va. are enough to serve It prettily, the FebruaryExecutive you
In 1958 from Lake Worth T. Minor of Fairfax, Va. viilted rest of the dinner was appro your telephone service. Be sure to include .
They previously had lived In Mn Elizabeth Dillard who elated by our gueits. One lady V Ie. Preildent attractive
the convenience of ex
Rhode Island. Those here for I* Col. Harrlion'i mother-in. was being very generous In
McDonald of
the celebration were their law last week her compliments as we grown Gary announced this week Tupperware that a tension phones. Telephone your nearest
daughter and husband, Mr, Mr*. Lillian Thorn who has ups lingered over cake and
and Mr. Beaumont of Vero been at Gray Inn for about PRESENTS CHECK. -Mrs. Letter }very, right, ef Osceola Fruit coffee It was at this time thstI record number of visitors have FTC office.i1 .
Distributors I.I shown check for $600 to her toured the firm' internationalheadquarters
presenting a
Beach Mr. and Mr. Bill Holt six months, war honored on began to feel highly self Klsslmme
daughter-in-law Mrs Jerry Ivey, left u son Jerry looks on. at
on and children of Jackionvllle her 90th birthday lilt week. satlafied. It must hare shown
The check Is for the Improvement fund for the Osceola! Golf during February.
because husband
Mr and Mr. Paul San She hat been Infirmary my quickly
an Over 2600 viiitors have
and Country Club. A limited number of share of stock will be
"
It lin't that Barbara U
born and children of Cape patient but was brought to said
old to assist the fund drive and worker on the drive will meet toured the company's Home
Coral Mr and Mr*. Robert the big dining room for the a good cook now it U just
Exhibit Museum of Dishes
at 10.20: this morning to make plan for further solicitation ,
: :.
she
that has far
Sanborn and ton of Syracuse occasion In a wheelchair come so and garden since the month
New York and Mr and Mr. Mr and Mr. James U since we were married! began, compared to 1,852 for
Edgar Sanborn Jr. of PakU Hutchinson spent last week And how right he I I. I do the entire month in 1963. : : flORIDA tElEPHONE CORPORATION
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tan. end at Boynton Beach visiting not pretend to be a good cook. Nearly 80,000 visitors tour the .......,................ ............,..............
Those on the birthday Hit their daughter Carol Sue, But I do believe that cooking International headquarters of
I I. fun most of the time and I Tupperwar here each year
do believe that women get avery
Intercession City News special tort )f content. \

ew, ment from pleasing their
famlllel with "good cooking".

I Civic Association Supper h Trying new recipes I* fun
i Thn and we really don't do It often

enough .
Highlights ActivitiesBy This week I have a pork
chop casserole I'd like to Monza
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share It I I. a good and hearty Corvair
Mrs D. G. Owlett gin are In town for a coupleof kind of dish that can be made :rlHlr; : .
About 60 attended the Valentine week. abeadIAd; served with a feood I .' Chevrolet ,,:Pf"'*'
supper sponsored by Mr. and Mr. Earl Dexter crisp .salad, andf French bread by
the civic association have returned from a pleasanttrip la very satisfying. Cookies
A short program followedthe to the coaat and fruit would be a good
"
supper Mr*. Kreider The Mark Pldcbei are en. way to finish off this meal "t.

played for group singing after tertalnlng Mr and Mr. Nevln J J ,, ..<
which Rev. James Baynum Lyons of Trout Run, Penna, PORK CHOP CASSEROLE .
prayed, asking for God' control Mr. and Mrs George Busi -.. .:D 4 pork chops 't' -

over world affair and of California have been visiting CHARM CLUB Kettle *4 cup rice _f ,
QUEEN- Simpson center was n.m.dqUltn ,
peace for our nation.A Mr. and Mrs Jerry Samle. of the 1 tomato sliced (
Sweetheart Ball bald recently by the Charm .
former president of the Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pldcoe Club of Junior 1 bell pepper sliced .
School
High Shown with the queen are, left to .
,association D. G. Owlett, attended the funeral of a 1 onion sliced :,;
right Sheri
Ivey James Nettle
Bauknlght Ken Suian
Ivey, '" '
work of thepresent friend from In 1 chicken broth .;'E
spoke of the good Pennsylvania Autrey and Steve Matson (Photo by Eby) can !11"1 i
president, the Rev S.. Petersburg lilt week. Place the raw rice In the 7,I i-I: .'
Mr Krelder In advancing the Mrs. Ross Beck war pl.... I .,;" '-:': -:., .... .: <
completion of the fire hall and ant ly surprised last week
'
the leadership necessary to when her daughter' Mill Nina -.. .. ; rlt
accomplish the proposed project Emlg, drove down from Ohioto
*. spend a few dtya.
The Rev and Mr*. Caddie Mr. and Mr*. Milton Wheel.
'I sang a spiritual "Let the er entertained Mr. Wheeler'
I Church Move On". Mra. Owl. liter and husband, Mr. and
ett played for group ringing Mri. Reuben Loot of Chicago .
of old favorite gospel songs, last week.
after which Dr. Frank Birch A full auditorium welcomed

gave Interesting reminiscence Fatiy Prescott, western goes
of his year of missionary pal linger, at the Christian
service In West Africa and Missionary Alliance '
Mill Mildred Overreln of Church last Sunday morning AB
the Christian Day School Mr Boyd Cummings ha
spoke briefly of her work ss been discharged from the hos
teacher of the 8th and 9th pltal.

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A short but Interesting talk MUSICAL PROGRAM t' t
was given by the Rev. Mr ENTERTAINS CLUB / B
Baynum after which the Rev
and Mrs. Kreider sang "How The member of Friendship
Great Thou Art" by request, Club were entertained at their
The closing prayer was made recent meeting by student of
by the Rev. Cedilla, the Borrell Musie School under
Mia Leah Kenney, directorof the direction of Mr*. Clara 0b
program and dining room Blakssley Brenda Smith played 4
committee had decorated the the accordion, Sharon Smith
hall attractively. Mrs. Ada the Aecorgan, an Invention of
Dick war chairman of the Mr. BorreU's, Mike Carrico
kitchen and serving commit. the Spanish guitar, and Pet
Bauknlght, the steel guitar. WASHER

tee.About $40 war given In a The varied program showedthe ,
free will offering toward civic versatility of the group b
special numbers were performed
expense
Mr and Mr. Nelson Mor by the Guitarists,
Sharon and Brenda were heardIn
64 Corvair" Moore Club Coupe
a special selection.

SPONSORS 8T. CLOUD EASTER ROTARY Mrs.ever Arthur the brief Randall busines presided (that puts superior traction under you)

SUNRISE SERVICE meeting, Introducing t h e n I
who attended for the first
At an assembly meeting time, Mrs. Helen Morrison, NOIMAl er SLOW Iplte lee .....,.. Some can do best on the highway. Others and flat cornering make anything from
Monday night (Feb. 14)) memo Mn. Clara Wampler Mr. 1..41 N ....... ........ Wad sped seem tailor-made for
driving. rush-hour
city driving to cinch.
ben of the St. Cloud parking a
RotaryClub
seeeitoe ......is
Grace Letter Mn. Mae Felix apis speed
voted to give the offer. Then there's Corvair-that gets along Take back-road driving. The weight of
Mrs. Maude Cooperrider Mrs. e UOULA' .... IIton WAIN snail
big taken at the Service annual Sunrise Rhea Cochrane, Mrs. Florence e.wblee wish speed ......... .. .... just great most anywhere.. Swishing along Corvair's engine bearing down on the rear

Prayer Faster. Smith Mrs Nellie Daly, Mra. tier ..?l.brla.pla. HIM* .*4 HIM a highway. Scurrying around (in traffic. wheels J gives them remarkable gripping
the Cloud Ho
morning to St Helen. Clore, and Mr*. Alberta s_ -.. by eyrie ......... Or wading traiL
Bite! It. Hale. through a soggy power on most any surface, whether it's

goal This Sunrise will be Service the fifth .... Next month, member will / mm.no sash ......Brines.........t...-. ...e r.d.ese. sod, Take highway driving. Corvair's got a kx e, solid dry,-et-or even snow covered.
sponsored create and model Easter Bonnets M bigger new engine with horsepower else
by the Rotary, with the eonp wens.a up Something you can take note of,
offering contributed to the Much for a hat style shew. CO AsS .ef .u.u..Aan.....iergeewe nearly 19% in the standard version. But too: There's no radiator to overheat or
fun I I. anticipated, a* r'L
hospital. In general, St. Cloud anything goes.BEVERLY ": c 8 it sly wee is ........ in cane figures don't impress you just wait run dry No hoses to check or replace. No
Rotarians feel a responsibility :4ItLOAD' = until head Corvair for faraway
you a some need for antifreeze. The engine's air cooled.
toward the hospital and a LOUI3B DAVIS
moral obUgatio to help with WINS AWARD wITN ....eu seiwsew places.' You 11 get the message. Beginning to sound like a car you can

the finance at this point. OTH5I ._-::' .=. :::..ci $199 Take city driving. Corvair's really warm up to? Then there's

Beverly Louts Davis ha Mooed _.w lasso trim sue, light steering (because A :1-1'J: I only one thing left to take;a ride

CUB SCOUT UNIFORMS been named 1944 Betty Crock. the engine weight' in the rear) j in one at your Chevrolet dealer's.THC .
er Horaemaker of Tomorrowfor LIMITED
NBH > BT LOCAL DENS TIME ONLY .
Osceola High School. I ,'....t '1
Uniforms and equipment for She achieved the highest GREAT MICMWAT<< KRrORMEM aceweld'; Ckevets*CleeyU'Cerl'tensile
Cub ScouU an needed by local score here In a written homemaking See Arm \

den for young fellow Interested examination token by PARKS FURNITURE CO. -. ....... .. .,............ alt your.Cknrobt.Siorroom_..._.... ,
In Cub Scouting. senior girl throughout the '
Anyone interested la donating country en December I and STARLING CHEVROLET CO.
outgrown eqlupment Is now become eligible for AIM Ill DlXH ST. CLOUD
asked to contact Mr*. Sam of 10S scholarship totaling 847-4171 92-2011(
Lupfer IlL 1119400. 10 Monument Ave. KlMlmmee f1a.I .






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Garden Club New8llclnbers Ceramic, Other Winners Given


Win Ribbons on
T1E 0
Mn. Pearl Nelson and Mr. Cynthia FUk of Orlando Jude Wood work! Several apec- I
First Entry in Show Kay Matthleson Orlando leg, the blue ribbon In the ,ro.t..ional ie* of bird won a MM ribbon
spent several hours judging clan was awarded to fer Mr. A. Bttflt
the ontrie In the Ceramic Edith ShanUj; Blanch Brim. Weaving: Ie. n Stewart
By Sally Coopenide Mr. Gertrude William pro- Show at Klsslmme Valley hall, second and third pleat was awarded a nd ribbon for
aided over the meeting held at for red and white ribbon framed wall hanging
To win a ribbon for a flow. Llveatock Show Wednesday. a a
er arrangement the first time the home of Mr*. M. T. Boy The exhibit was large and decision Miss Ann Gudikuntt won the Needlework: Stole. by Mary
neon, and Introduced Mrs blue ribbon in the amateur blue ribbon wool knit
enter a show it a real wen hard to make a* Bishop, }
G tU -Ustinim you
The Florida
.
F K 47,19884-Page STW Van ED?*, Pa. ss guest She
thrill Suck a thrill came to the judge said then were .* China Painting claai; Bea afghan alao by Mary Bishop,
a p pel n ted the Meadamei pair red Mn William\ DM- nd ribbon
two member of the Kiaatrn.me y many beautiful piece In *U ;
,': "f'Y : r Garden dab at the Kbaimmee Edith McGrew, Edith Buoy, di r categories mar, white. MiscallanaouJ! Teen model
t ,, Valley Livestock and Orpha Carr aa the nominating Art Show-Profeulonal DI. doll dresses by Jerry Beraon
Professional CenmltU Ba
committee. Raiford and : vlclon Oilti Munlttte, lint red ribbon.
:
Show. Mrt. Northrop
Harry Combs, Rita Wendt and Emma
Wi Avon Park Priaont lit all
Buster Kenton second
placet ,
;
received a blue and a white Kohltcheon wen awarded the '
member to donate
pole, con Eve Arnold third.Charcoal .
ribbon. Mrs. Robert Amstar, a tamers and blue, red and white rlbboon In
printed matter on profeulonalt: Da-
red ribbon. W. shell be hear.Ing the ceramic stein divlilon.
horticulture. Mrs. Earl Lau TOWED
rid Akin, first;
of these two
:ft, more In the future. youngladiet Water Park, will accept and DIanne Geiser Add-on: Emma Kohlacheen, Pastels profenlonali F.Slado .
deliver them. blue ribbon second and third place
} Iw The Cloriota Circle had a Feb. t4Garden CUm,. Dianne Geiser toWed Claus Dot Bouvler receivedall Water color, amateur: Bert
real treat In Mr. George Han three ribbon.
sea. Orlando Garden Club Ellen Stetson first; Dot Bou-
ri. when he told the group show auditorium Orlando. In August Underglne: Bea C o m b I vier second and third.

about rote, their car and March 14-15 orchid show M,. and Mrs Robert M. first placeSgnffitos Pastels, amateur) Carrie
1 li culture. He told of the rose la exposition hall, fair grounda, Geiier of Kiulmme have ) Dot Sooner, first Gilcknit, thirdCharcoal
ancient time on up to present Orlando. mad known the engagementof place amateurs Pauline
day hybridisation of new patented No1II\ the time to- their daughter Mia Dianne Clam: Bea Comb, first Chlaholm flntChlldnn'i
I species. ROM have Not feed tsaleas and cam.mllla Kathryn Geiaer to Mr. Clifton second and third place division Oils:
,r many enemies but with con. .. wait until the bloom Is P. Quinn son of Mr*. Clifton Miscellaneous Bea Comb, Kenny Frlddli, firsts and tec
r stint car the resulting Quinn of Tucson Arizona and first and second; Dot Bouvler, ond; Oar,., Bouvler third.
bloom. csn be very rewarding. overFeed daylillea, this will pro- Use laU Mr. Quinn third Pastel Auitln Friddl
Contrary to belief, plants can mote profuse bloom and good Hits Getter graduated from Handwork) Bea Comb, first Amateur Oil Still Life:
be carried over from season to color. Oecoola High School and Is an and second; Dot Bouvler third Ruth Watson, first Martha

:, 1 lesson Mr. Harrli roll gar. Watch for aphid., and control alumna of Florid State Unl.venlty. Sculpture: Dot Bouvler, tint Loeffler, second; Pauline Chit
n P 1 I Ia den In Orange Garden will same. She I* presently a place for the blue ribbon. holm, third Landscape Millie
aUnt to that fact Happy Gardening!) staff dietitian at Jefferson Ceramla HobbyliUi Helen Wlllaey, first and second! Mel
Medical College Hospital In Thorn lint; Bea Clair sec ba Klncald third. Modemlitlci
phlladelpkla, Penmylvanla. ond and third In the ceramic Dot Bouvter first Tom Or a- Franky Carroll

}fin, Decorator Hints Her fiance I* a graduaU of stein division ham Jean dtewart, second
Student of Wsek
Overglatet Frances Kleck
the University of Arizona and Mn. Blanch Brimhall and
Semi net, first and second place Cynthia Flak judged the Art
r x' Princeton Theological
At a result of the annual
Copper Enamels Norm
Topic of Meeting nary. H* I.I now In a candidate Chenn won all three ribbon Show The Flower Show wai magazine drive, Franky Car.
ENGAGED for doctorate psychology
a
of In this division.Underglaiei Judged by Mrs George Berg roll, ton of Mr and Mr. C. A.
Miss Fen Sillivan at the University Penntyl-
"anla.An. Ruth Watson, and Mr*. Mile* Sharp. Arrangement Carroll war named student of
Mra. Kenneth Duncan the club. A collection for August wedding In Philadelphia first| Bee Clalr, second| Mary using driftwood:iMr the week.
chairman of Home Life Department CARE!: was taken by Mn. Arthur I.I ,Iann'd. Bishop, third.Sculptuni *. Harry Northrup fines Franky told {ITS.00 worth
SullivanIollnsonEngagement and an accredited Larkey. : Valera Fertlc, Mary F. AmiUr second t Amy of subscriptions within 18
interior decorator, presented a Mr*. Fred Klngibury, chair first; Bra Clair, second Harrington, thirdArrangement day. At a result of this out- .
program of Interest to all mar; Mm... Elll Cold Bridal Party Hand Built Jean Stewart, u .111'I glass standing achievement he war
Told women at lilt week's meet of worthy, Arthur Larkey, J. J. Feted at Dinner tint I Bea Clalr, France Caruso > containers Amy Harrington awarded the grand pulse of a
St Cloud's Woman' Club. Griffin Jr., and .I.m'l Rennek and Walt Baker wen first; Mr*. Northrup second tap recorder.
tiling a film tj emphasize .r were appointed to serve Mr. Byron Illleman enter. awarded red ribbon Shell Arrangement) Mar Franky war born In Onloda,
her subject, "Color The Key on the nominating committee Ulned the member of the Unu.IIIII..*; Valera F.... Jon High, second ..Iar.Arr.nrem.nt Kentucky and Is now IS year
Mr. and Mr*. Theo A. Sulll- faculty of Clenridg Junior to Good Decorating Mra. tic, first Ruth Watson tec
Circle 8, Mrs; J. W. Gee, Groenough Hlleman wedding ) using capper old.The
van of Jaiper Florida announce High School Winter Park. Duncan showed the of col. ond. sophomore class fin.
use chairman will sponsor the party at a rehearsal dinner at containers Amy Harrington,
the engagement of Her fiancee war graduatedfrom or In various rooms of a home. monthly card party on Feb her home January 30th. She Glees Majority Krotti and third .laud their drive lilt week and
their daughter Gloria LeFern, Florida State University With the ui of switches and 1/11:10: p.m..at the club bouse.Mrs. war assisted by Mra Kenneth Ruth WaUon each were awarded Pin Needle work Mr. did an outiUndlng job
to Melvin Wayne Johnson, ton where he wee a member of drape* she developed color Allah Drlpps, chairman Caldwell a blue ribbon for lint Meakln blue ribbon for her
of Mr. and Mr. Melvin E. Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. schemes In good lute for apeeific of public affairs, will The buffet table wa cen place; Fnncei Caruso sec* group of pine needle baskets, I
Johnson, Klaalmmec. He li preaently on the facultyof rooms. She shared many conduct a rummage sale April tend with a bridal bouquet ond t Bea Clalr third.8".tlito plea mate, etc.
The brldt-elect wan gradu- Winter Park High School. of her "tecreU In home dec. 18 at the club. Proceeds from flanked by tall white Upon, : Marjorie Krolta.flrat. and
std from Florida State University They will be married June CHAMOIS
OIL
orating. the sale will be used to tile and a color scheme of blue BT. CLOUD HIGH P-TA
and fa presently on the M In Jasper. Mr*. Robert Lewis, flrat and decorate the new powderroom and white was carried out In Glass Bending i Helen Thom. HOLD FOUNDERS DAT Smltty's Amtrkon Oil

vie president, conducted the at the club houae. the bridal motif throughout at, firstt.In AT Hit
meeting and received the the reception room the children' division Ca. The St Cloud High School ,
report Circle 8, with Mr*. Joseph 8MO INO) C04TMFlewera
of Mrs Jack Shlngler Kessler and Mn. Florence Id* Tb guests Included the bon therin Hay received the blue, P-TA will hold the annual .
secretary, and Mrt. Elbert chairmen served refreshmute. one. Gall Greenough and D,. red, and white ribbon for her Founders Day Celebration
Kldd treasurer Mra. J. J. as Mra. Elbert Kldd and ron Hlleman Jr, her parents, hand built work. Monday, Mirth I, at the high For An Oceaalon
Mr. and Mra. Roy Greenough, Underglaiet Children' Di school.
Griffin Jr. led the devotion; Mn. U B. Laughny poured.
Jim Fr. and Mr vision Richard! Cheneweth The charter has arrivedand
Mr*. Silly Auilln. the Pledge Junior Woman' Club Mra.Kanyon Greenough new EWE HUGH'SFLORIST
of Allegiance Mr*. Paul Wtndall Halnlln Mr. and first; Vlckl Mister second; will be presented at this
president,
Laughny,
Krottt, piano 1I<<0mpaniit.Mma. will the and Mn. Dewey Touchton Mr. and George Wendt, third) and In meeting The speaker will be
*. George P. Andersen present nfrethmenU program at the Mn. Cecil Tyner, Mra. Elmo the stains category first place W:> B. Stephen*, luperlnUnd
Floyd Gross end AnsI G. Ska- serve Griffin, Miss Unda English went to France Carouse tnt of Public Instruction.New IS Broadway 847-4111
gin, new member; Mrs. W. C March I meeting Gary, Jack and Greg Hlleman In the China Painting Show officer will be elected.

_ _
David and Mrs. Charles Hartley t -- -
. KtOOOOOOOOl KOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQP
reiniUted members were I
introduced and vrelcouw! Intft .---------,

: 4 I '1'S :

BETA EPSILONS HELD I RAINING : h ,


i!&' ,' STEAK Members BARBECUE of Beta Epsilon l 1eAR AINS "

chapter of Beta Sigma PHI entertained *
yaw their husband and
r prospective member with a PRING
sleek barbecue at the home of HOWER Of'AVINGS
Mr. and Mra. Jennings Over

F' a street After Saturday dinner an night auction of II

old wedding glue and while
elephants donated by mem
ben war held. The highlight
of the evening came when Dick
Lutadder't 194T Kaiser war
AT
driven up for auction, much
to the surprise of Dick.
ENGAGEMENT TOLD Member cad gutiU present
j Cherjra Patricia English were Mr. and Mr* Henry

Ramsey, Mr. and Mra. James
Mongoven, Mr. and Mn. Ken PERSONS9INC.Tlmrs.Fri.Sat. \
i i't Miss English to Wed neth Newman, Mr. and Mr*. "
David Woodward, Mr. and Mrs.
Via Bat, Mr. and Mra. Clyde 27-28-29th
''t} Ban, Mr. and Mr*. Bill Mak.Iruon February
'tt Dennis FriesnerMr. Mr. and Mr. John ,.

Spencer, Mr. and Mr. Bob ,
Cnynn, Mr. and Mn. Reid M.Whirter .
and I I. Florida
i iI and Mrt. Dan Enfltahannounce now attending
: Mr. and Mr*. Ed &.
the engagement of State University He It the .
I Brinton Mr. and Mrt. Bill
f\
} their daughter Cheryn: Patricia grandson of Mra. Garnet Hildtbldle -
r: to Dennla Wayne Fri... of Kiaalmmee and Mr. Lutaader.Hilt, and Mr. and Mrt. Dick .I. Sleeveless., IOClt'dr'lfd! Arnell Jersey.

airs ton of Mr. and Mrt. Don. and Mrt. L. Verne Frietner of .,/
1t f aid Frieiner. Oaceola Indiana. Docs not creane;-*U washable
Dennis wa graduated from They plan to be married Stewardess Visits

1 Osceola High School In 1X2 August latTourist Family ReunionA y Drip Drief. ., .. '1'0-" I

Solid white oft and color :
) pastels water prlnU. .
( Club Has vials by Carol Boyd high' :
Wedding lighted the reunion with her j'
Misses 1020. Ala 12'/i-22'/i .'
,
.J
Plans Told Musical Program parent and grandpannU / '

seer the weekend.At Keg. Price '11.9'9.
Mitt Cynthia Lathe and Mr*. Freda Hilton and the home of Mr. and G st
John Raymond Williamson will George Hayward, Btreep M.* Mra. Bill Boyd IOI Drary : b
be united In marriage February tie c. of Orlando demon Avenue, Carol else visited 1 I ISPECIAL you,
J9ta at 1 .-.... In the First ttrtUd the Lowry erran at with Mr. and Mra. C. J. Boyd i '
United Presbyterian Church last _11'. Meeting of he St who an visiting from Ohio. '' X87k4
.f 1:11II: _.* Cloud Union Tourist dub.Tun The elder Boyd plan to return only ,J
-completed plant are be. ** reminiscent of World to their Washington t & ,
fug announced by the bride- War I. the Soaring 70 with Ceirt flies. home next t
elart' parent, Mr. and Mr*. the Charleston and Alexaader't month. They will reuse to .
Harvey J. FoTrett. The bride tell their other eight grandchildren
Ragtime Band
groom elect .. the ton of Mr. day. Harbor UghU; depratlon ; and*- about Carol' life a* a t' ) "
and Mra. A. 0. WlUiamaon. Uwardees.
the Hootenanny male of the
:
A reception at the bride'shome '60 wen played. Mia Boyd earned her wing !x ; 1I '
1UT Lahlgh Street, will r
Mark Smith, president, and with National Airline and
ry
follow the wedding. Friend Robert Sckwonk. chaplain. ha. been baaed at Miami let
of the wmple are Invited U attend coMdaetod the opening HUaLEvgcn six month She It currently
both the Mramoony and flying the leathern Transcontinental
Trooah conducted the
the reception.AUDUBON route I rem Miami/
commoalty staging, with Mr*.
Vera BoUn at the plan Oik- to Lee Angela aboard Dwig-
CLUB era aeaiating were Mr*. Mark lat DC4 Jet Linen
SLATES FILM Smith, Mra. Jack Bnaghton, AHhrntgh baaed at nearby
Curtis Bnweon. Robert Pel' Mi..!. Mia Boyd laid It I* abeg

Land That I LOT,* win be Lick William ......,. Al Fes, time between vteiu to
Klaeimmeo: brew of her
aLaa1I, and The
the ..romet tile Aaduboa Cronrren. mat bow flight trhodalo. *. Main.
Nature Theotr for Satarday,
corered her
profits rente
., Febnwry II Its Winter ....... The .....'. anneal meeting In Ue put few by worse ixhtaeMew All Rayon Linen. Create reiUtant and waihaLle
The on.lfig presentation will be held en Wish S at Twit La Vega flan '. T"
at 10 M will t-a at tM Winter 7JO ,.... kt the C..m: nityHesse. Franriaea, New Orloaaa, PbOadelpkia 6 different itylea-Junior* 513.
Park High School AndlUrhim.Ue At 100; ,... a concert and .......
evening skew at T:M win win be proeenud by the Khv Prior .. her elrUae sheet.Mg Sheath*-A-Une-Shift* for day time,

be kt th* Nine AadlUria loses llympbenetu.CAXDIDATC ahe attended Troy (Ala.bama '
.f the Florid Saaltariwn and ) State Unlvertlly. play time, date time. ,
HoapluL Ml Raltta A0rIa. --. where. eke amused In ...._
.... TVketa may be pn- TO SPEAK: ad.Watr.ttee. no,. Price 1199. :\\
cored at Aa-hWn Kens la TO n. CLOVD ami
\\ Malt-aa or k Ue let**** en CHtTH AJmOCKCZMETT' I It

the day ., proeenUthM. Ken: ToOa, *.....c**) eaaaUtU Mr. and Mr*. Robert L 1< '

far twvwMr sad Janet McOaaUl */ Uonardtown, MA. t I.
WITH AXMOCXCZMBrr' 1MnJW. ..* *f tk* t4ate% .....* tb* birth ., a wee, SPECIAL onlyS870II ct
Mr. and Mra. Janta G. Dyer boot known Reynhtirana, wBJ Cat tmenen, N Febnaary .
Maotmc tW birth of their .,.. at n piUU meetlag oftk 11
daughter.. Christina Meoday.Pobrvary irk Oo4 R.f.blknn dab Mrs. )DanM .. the terser
lit* She ........ March .. S pjtb .. Weman't Pat EdeO. dangktar Mr. and
six peseda. seven ...... ask bnildiag Mn. Arta. Ceajner.






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Duda, Harvell and Eatmon Take Honors at Livestock Show




Hcrefords and Pan Btfht The Gazette, Klatlmmee, Florida, Fob 27, 1994 Rojo (reserve Junior champ BarveU; Harvellj Dndiess, HarveH
(8)
(
ion), Harvellj Thar *E, Pan Aged cowl (1)-Rtada, Bar- Senior yearlingheifers
AlsoExhibited K. D. vail -Eatmon's Sue 904 (rrand
Angus nUta; Batmen's T Bar, ;

Placing to three places, by Manso 61, Sug-arland; WHS Salmon R: a n e h, Pompano Two year old heifers (8)Linda champion senior' champion

classes, with number of entries Dan Imperator 49/8, Stuart) Beach (reserve grand champion continued Queen 42/

In each cUss, and names of Junior yearling- bulls ((8)-) Two bulls ((2))-Pannleta; reserve senior champion), ( to next page)

Soearland's R.x Menu Nand exhibitor, were as followilBRAHMANS ) WHS Abco Imperator 1M/S

ADS Empress ds Mango U j Junior champion), Stuart; I

473/1 reign M grand champ Aged bulls (4)-BU( ) rland'. Keys Retota Masco 151/2, (re-

kris of the Brahman deuce at Rex Manse 48 (grind champIon serve junior champion), Keys;

the KlMimmee Valley Lire- senior champion), Sujar- Keys Resole Manse 187/2, I WE HAVE MERGED !

lock Show and Chuleto and land Ranch, Clewlston: WHS Keys;

Eatmon's Sue 204 were grind Plato Imperator 9291 (reserve Summer yearling bulls (1)-)

ehamptoni of the Santa Ger. grand champion re- Keys Resets Manse 2S4/2

trudii classes as spectators serve senior champion), W. H. Keys;

viewed the Parade of Champ- Stuart Ranch, Bartow; ADS Senior bull calves ((5)-So-

lone In the Cow Palace Saturday Boas de Emperor A. Duda garland's Philo Manse 118,

afternoon. and Sons Ranch, Cocoas; Sugarland f Albacrata's Ponds .

For the English breeds two Two year old bulls ( )-W- 74, Sugarland; WHS Rex

calY a-SHF Zato Heir 109 HS Abco Imperator 28/3 Stuart Cardo Imperator 192/8, Stuart

and SHF Zatoette III were ; ADS Beauchamp ds Em ;

grand champions In the Here peror, Duda; Keys Bano Manse Junior bull calves (4))-Philoso -

ford classes and Bardoller- 72/1, Clyde J. Keys, St. of SugarUnd 17, Sugar h

mere 80 PP3 and Bellemead Petersburg; land; ADS Baylor do Imperator ,

Eurotla 182 were rrand Senior yearling bulls (8)- Duda; ADS Elvis ds Manse -

champions In the Angus com Sugarland's Rex Manse (5, Su- Duda;

petitions. garland; Sugarland'l Rex Two bulls ((4))-Sugarland; (


-IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE NOTI1e TO CREnlTORs IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR d
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OKFLORIDA. I. the. Je.rI of THE NINTH JUDICIAL I.aBRAHMAN
IN AND KOH OHCBOi like ( ...., I..... CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA ,
.A CX>UNTT. IN CHANCKRTDIVORCK Oereoln ('....,, Klortdal IN AND FOR 08CEOLACOUNTY.
HAT B HALE Main- MM TIIH KRTATH: OF > IN CHANCERYBRONBONS
tiff vereue HENRY: BKriS LII.LARD .- ELIZA FOKUHTER iUeceaeed N0. I...
HALE I NO- ) INC. a Florida :
TICK Of; curt. THE :TE OF Te all Creditor, Legatee*, Corporation :
FLORIDA TO: HLNHT Dlatrlbuteea, and alt Persona Complainant, :
LILLARD HALE 0/. Mr.. john having CI..lm. or Demands
Llllird. Deratur, Tnnna: NO- against add Estate,: B. H McLELLAN, .t at, WINNERS at the Klislmmee Valley show Includ.Burarland' .JOHN DAVIS 11tt fAKES
TICK 18. HEREBY GIVEN that You and each of you are hereby Defendanta. Rex Manse 48, grand champion and senior champ.
Plaintiff has Instituted suit for notified and r.q"lred to pro WIT TO
dlvorr agalnet l.uo1I the above :rt"ht.r claim: which you, or NOTira! :1tJr''TLII: Ion, tx.tlbited by United States Sugar Corporation of Clcwliton

Died Court art hereby you may have egelnst. THB STATE OF FLORIDA TOlB and ADS Empreij: de Manse 473/1, grand champion and senior
eummoned ord.r.d end requtrndIe the .atat of Ella Forter d* H. McLcllan and -
teaied late of Oacaol CountyFlorida chcmplon female shown by A. Duda and Sons of Cocoa
file your written answer or McLellan, hla wife, If married ,
defenses to tho Complaint flied to the office(; eisaid reeldenc unknown. If living,
In the shove .tl.d clues I" the County at hie In the and If any ot them b* ..* ** ,
office of the Clerk of th* Circuit I Court Ho".. at Klaalmme, men their unknown helre, d-
Court for th* Ninth judicial Circuit : Florida, within lit calendar visa. legatee, srentee.. or For the convenience of our customers Monn-Frakes
of Horlda. In and for Oece month. from the date of the d unknown. Stuart; Keys; Sugarland; Miss Cotulla of

ole County, at hi. office In the first publication demand of this moat Notice be i::: r'j: .I* lironaon and Aged cows (G-ADS) Em- Sugarland 2, Sugarland; and Davis Agency has been merged same service
claim'
burthou..In Kleelmmee. Plorlda. Each or
( o wife
on or before th* llth day of In writing and meal stale the ;whose addrea* I Is o'I..I"t: Hill press de Manse 478/1 (grand Junior heifer calves ((1)-
March IH4, and to serve a copy place of reildenc of the claimant Nosed Oereola County, Florida.Amellua champion, senior champion), Queen Manso of Sugarland 9 same policy same personnel all under the
thereof an I'lalntlffe attorney and muat be sworn to by theclaimant U Baaa and
Mill Rhalee Man- (junior champion) Sugarland
who** name and *ddr..e are eelout l I his agent or orrd -- Baai, hla wife, If married Duda; Keys ; roof.
below Should you fall to do or the earn will become residence unknown If living, so 018, Keys; ADS Duaon'sLady ADS Queen do Manse 983/1, same
.o, Decree I'ro Confeaao will be according to law and If any of them be dcad, Jo, Duda; Duda; ADS Duaon's Caroline,
entered afalnat youMlneee my This the Hth day of February, then their unknown helre, devl.
hand a* Clerk of said Court and toe'. sea, legateea, Rranteea, or creditor Two year old heifers ((4)- Duda;
the seal of aid Court at Kleelm. /./ Carl Emanuel l Foeraler *. residence unknown, DC Queen de Manse 636/1, Two females ((4))-Duda;
me*, Oaceol County Florida, Bnacutor of the Filets of Aurellu Bias a bachelor, reeldene -
Ihla fSEALFebruary. If... Ellaa Foarater. deceaaedTHAC'KFR unknown If living' and If Duds; Keys Mill Dusty Mango Sugarland; Keys;
( OT. CT.a: THACKFHATTOHNRYS K* b* denas.b, then his unknown 14/1/ Keys; WHS Lady Abco Pair of yearlings (8))-Su.
OLbNN KAY FOR EXECUTOR helra, devlaeea, ........, Stuart garland Duda Stuart
Clerk' Circuit Court KU8IMMEE fLORIDA granted. 0' tr.dlto.. r..ld.n" Imperator 952/1 ; ; ; ;
CMceola County, Florida Feb, 10-17-Mar. ..... IM4OTKK unknown. Senior yearling heifers (8)) Pair of calves (8)-Sirgar-
Murray W. Ovr'iret, Jr Frank. C Johnson also known Mlai Cotulla of Sugarland land Duda Stuart
Attorney for Plaintiff !\ TO 4HRDITONS: as ... C. Johnson a bachelor ; ; ;
I' O Bog 411Klaelmme I.. Iko ('_rI efhe reeldenc. 237 (reserve grand champion Produce of dam ((1))-Stuart .
*, blonds l *..(y I.. .... and If .h. b:kd :.II"'dthl'l r. senior champion) Su ;
Fab II, 10 IT-March I, 1114 4terela ( ....T, FieriaII unknown heir. devleee/ legatee reserve ,
MB THH BSTATH (/F I .. grantee., or flr.dltora. reaIdence garland; ADS Duson's Sis Get of sire ((4))-Sugarland;

COUNTY LAURA CHUM f unknown, Manek Duda WHS Lady Ab Stuart; Keys.SANTA .
:" ..... ;
IN THJI: 1> .01 1 J. Edgar Kotworlhy, also known
COURT To all Credltora, Legatee. a A 16 Jl'o..o.th. a bachelor. co Imperator 68/1. Stuart; CERTRUDI3
OBCEOLA COUNTiI. FLORIDA.IN Dlitrlbuteea, and all Pereona reeldence unknown Junior yearling heifers (7) Two year old bulls ((1)-)
having Claim. or Damandakgalnat and If he be .. .II.lfthl'l hieunknow
-ADS Duson'Miss Ed (reserve Chuleto (grand senior
KSTATK'OKBEATRICB champion -
IN RB: said Eatatai helra, devl...., legatee,
M. FARLEY, You and each of you all hereby grantee, or creditor, rldenc Junior champion), Duds; champion), H. I* Harre.ll,
Deoraaed. notified and required to pre unknown
NOTICE TO cecolTORe: pint anr clalme which you or The heir devleee, grantee and WHS Lady Eito Imperator Brooksville
TO ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES. either of you may have agalnatthe other clalmanta under Moses 102/8 Stuart; Keys Miss Bano Senior yearling bulls ((1)-

PERRONSEEHAVINH: estate of LAURA CHUM Kali, also known a* M. Kali, Manse 192/2, Keys; Little John (reserve senior
ALL deceased late of Ocala CountyFlorida deceaaad,
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS to the County Judg of Uertrud U Rata the widow of Summer yearling heifers (2) champion), Hatellj;
AGAINST SAID ESTATE I said County at hi* office In the Moses Kali, reeldence I unknown, -Keys Bano Manse 256/2, Junior yearling bulls ((1)-)
YOU AND EACH Of YOU ere Court Ho.... .t Kl.elmmse. If living, and If she b* .".... ,
hereby notified and required lepr.n.nt I Florida wllhlll .1. calendar then her unknown h.lr., devle- Keys; WHS Iranla Imperator Stuffed Shirt (reserve grand

any clam, which you, month. from the dale of 'the ..*, 1..1..., grant*.., or crdltor 190/8, Stuart; champion junior champion),
or either of you' me1' have fire publication of this Nol *. residence unknown,
Panuleta Farms
agalnet the estate of BeatriceM Bach claim or demand must b. H. M Kat. reeldence unknown, Senior heifer calves ((7)-) Uleta; NICK DAMS W TIR MANNMANNFRANCES
Farley deeeaeed. late of (ta. In writingand stunt sal the If living, and b* dcceaaed, Ethel of Sugarland 6, Sugar- Summer yearling bulls ((1)
red County, Florida, to the placa of raaldenc of the claimant then hie nlwh" held, devl- -Doe. Harvell
land Harris of Sugarland 81
Judge :! add county et and bust b* sworn to by the .el, Ie.. ... .r.nt.... or ... ; ;
r.url in t court hour atKissimmee claimant, hi* agent or orrd tons rdldenc. unknown. Senior bull calves (2))-Party
Plorlde' within .1. or the earn will become 6. KNs, residence unknown. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Boy Panuleta Alfaro
month. from the date I law, n NINTH ; ,
calendar according to IIvln., and If h. be 4..dd :'J JCJJEgllCU1'r
of the find publication of this Thla the tltb day of February. thin hi. unknown ..Ir.. derls.a. IN AND Harvell;
Nolle Each claim or demand 11/ .. 1..1.... granted. or oredl. COUNTY CHANCERY FLORIDAIN Junior bull calves ((4))-Ell
mull b* In writing and p/ Margaret Barnes ThacVerAdmlnlatratrU unknown, NO 4411
pale the. place of .. IIu:1: of the Estate Of t'lof'It: : Company, a die. BARBARA BAKER FRAZIER: : INC

tile clamp l\t and mat fee. sworn Th'h"*:::'.' solved Florida Corporation .and Plaintiff : >an*>rle>s, hits, Polishes. .

l1>y /he.
com void according : law, *. Florida I unknown, and the unknowntrueleee Defendant. 1PIVORCM t
the loth day .f January, t ... 10.11 Mar ,-". IM4MOTlrB of Merlola Land Company M4rH p"
Ur.I' I'IOTI' ( II OP SUIT 102 BROADWAY
a dissolved Florida corporation '
a/ EDNA D. DEXTER TO tJJFIe: n- addreaa unknown, Tot LOUIS EDWARD FRAZIER: Smltt; Amtricon Oil
AdmlnlatratrlB, of the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFHB Fred W Vanderpool, Mra. Erie III Hlncklcy Road AI !HISHOWING PHONE 847-2841 KISSIMMEE
Elute of Batrlra M. Parity, NINTH JUDICIAL c.t.\! B Allen, formerly C. brain, and YUIly anus Maaaachueett
dacaaad F. B Mink, or tnelr curcaaaora, ARIL! HEREBY: NOTIFIED CtNTtl
Murray W Overetreet. Jr.Attorney (DUN YNSTATRrOF FLORIDA. roildence unknown a* th* *ur- : that a Complaint for Divorce .
for AdmlnlilratrliP. CHAiICRRT." D H FRANK riving membere of the Board of has been filed agalnet you
O. Boi 111, Klaalmmaa, Fla. and MILDRED U HI. (rectors of New Homoaaaaa and you are required to ..rv. a
Feb. (, 15. 10, 17, 1144. RON Ain wife, ..PlalntlffaIendvanNETI'IR ; Land Company, a Florida cor prhf Complaint;: or pleadingt '
I'IPE which wee dleeolved .. I on the Plaintiff
ant. Suit to Quiet Tllla Nolle November 1114 attorney, GEORGE L.
IN THB COURT OF THB I to Pefend. The lisle of Floridato The ::.tr.'o living helre at CLAP H AM0 North. Court
COUNTY "UDOJa08CEOI. : METTIH POPE and law of Harry A Hunter d. Street, Poet Office Roes loll, Or-
COUNT FLORIDAIN POPE her hueband If she ceded to-wlt, Blanche H Com* undo Florida, and file the original
REi: ESTATE 011K. b* married! J M POCKET and mervllle, a alngla' woman, real: Anewer or pleading In the
J. SIMMONS, PUCKETT. hi. wifeIf dens unknown, .... inane Hunt office of the Clerk of the Circuit
deceased he b* W lit, MANN .r, a alngl man realdenc unknown Court en or before the 10111 der
NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR and m.rrl'A N hla wife' William W. Hunter and of March, 1114 If you fall to doa OOPS !
"NMnCHAROB OF b. married; MOiiJl/t/ HAN- Marian Hunter his wife, reel- decree pro eonfeeeo will belallen
EXECUTRIX If.h. and _' HANIXJN dens unknown. end Edith agalnat. you for the relief
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN If ha b* married, HAROLD Sparling and Herbert ASparling demanded In the CompLlnLDATED
filed my flaal return Rillh, JR.. and her.hueband, reeldencei at Kleelmmee, Oeceola
a. Eiecutrl of the eetate ef his wife, If he b* unknown, and ny them he County, Florida, thus llth day tI'
K. J. Slmmona, deceaaed i that I ;;;;rl dIVJo i K EMHRICH dead. than .:: :nknHlanrh : i> heirs, F.brueglku
hav filed my Million for final and _i EMDR1CH. hla ..oYl..... 1..1.. grantee e, or Y.
distribution and for final I die- wife, If he b* married, J. WHATCLIFFR creditor, realdenc unknown, Clerk. of he Circuit Court,
charge and th.t on March1, and A, W W .. Truit and Oeceol County, Florida
Illl. I will apply to the Honorable RATCL1FFE, hla wife,8'l.lIh. b* I :.. t".r. hl. wife. if Br Ellanor O, Jower
O P. Johnson, CountyJudge : marni.dt T. D. and married fealdenao unknown If (CIE COURT SEAL: ) WE GOOFED
of Oereola County FlorIda 1- "OWIILE his wife. living. and It any or them b.
for approval of eld final b. married; O W. 1)11 dad then their ullk..o. h..... r.i, II, Mar, I, II, II,..1114NOTirB
return and for an order of dietrlbutlnn if IN1tON and tJICK. doYl..... 1..1.... gnsnlae orrr.dllors
and for dlocharg aaKicutrlg his wife. tr h. b. m.r.rl. I r..ld.nee uaknoee, CMEDITOItSI
of the eau of R. J. ..; AUSTIN R WELLS and McKoy lend Company.. some.Ilmo. TO
MM ot the
Hlmmona, deeeaeedFebruary. WELLS hie wife. known a* McCoy LandCompany Ike....
II, 1144Igned If h. he n.arriNt, JAMES r. a dissolved Florida (. ( Judge Klerlda
Mabel R. SimmonsEsalrl. I .TIC..A and corporation, and the unknown ** fooaly.
of the eetale *f It. J. BTEFFA. his I wit. If ha he mar. director. of aid corporation at IN RB THE EKTATB OFBTKON TtANJFOlTATlOt
Simmon doc..ed."lo.K..f.II. 'r and --.- ihe time of diuolution and theunknown P. HILEMAN
IliL"FRAOTi: [)......
hie"wlf he
; If
.
*
aaalgna. euccMeore InIntereat
To all Creditor. Leialeei,
PO b* married; Ih* unknown. heirs and any other party 97.00
Xleelntmee. Florida ........ or platrlbulae.. and all Persons
at law legataee, claiming tktreugn under oragalnat
Attorney jot Eaculrlg. g-ranteee of JANE V. JONES and eats dissolved corpora having; Claims or Demandeagalnat
Feb. IS. It. Mar I. II, 1114NOTim JUHKCH MAUHY semin.u' said' Estate:;
Land and Investment Company, J"V Well and _____ Tu and each ef you are here. A 1964 BUICK
TO rMBDITONS Incorporated, a Virginia Corporation \\.11., hi. wlf. if married, re*. by notified clalma and required which to pro. .
!. the Court .r Ih* C_."y whore permit t* Irene (dance unknown, If !living, and sent any you, ereither ivt .l.
.
of agalnet >>
Jmtf Oeeeola (...lr, Klerl** act buelnee la th. Stale of Flor- If any af them b. deed, than you BYRON WAOON (
".. Sill Ida ha been ......h.d. and the heir unknown kelra, doYl...., the estate, ..of..... late of P Oeceol MILKMAN dlt.P
IN MM THB ESTATE OF unknown aeelgn, successors l.gatee*, granteea, or credltora, sea ( :
TRESMIB B BALDING I* Intereet, trueleee or any other rraldence no'.a' County ot, Florida Mid' to CountyJudg hla of O' : ,
: at
County "
$97.00"
Deceaeed party claiming I by, throughunder The" New Lend Com floe the Court House at Klealmmee .,
In
To all Creditor. Legateee, or agalnet aald corpora. pay a dleeo| ed Florid cor.portfloa .
I all l' rsona lion. : all of th* abov named 1 and lbs unknown a*. Florida, within all cal ___
month of
having u'trlm.r; uemaad parti**, If alive, and If dead hi* elgna' eurceeeore In Intereet and ender from the dale
aialaet said Ratatti or her unknown heir, ...1.***, any other party claiming by Ih..fires publication claim demand of this Notlca. Olt 1959 OifV. WAGON
Each must
: or
Toe and sea of you are her*. 1..1... or craslea. ee any through, under or againat saidde.olved
b In writing and must slate Ihe
by notified and required to present and all other .r parties corporation, *
pereon puce of residence of the claimclaimant Atrromertk .... He -
All natural ,
any claim which you or claiming by, through under or pereone or artificial
either of you, may have apalnatthe against them: any and all par. having or claiming. ; to have any ant end mutt, Ms he .wore to by the 4bT Feme .,...'
end or attorney
plate of TRK8BIH B. UALl tie or pereon having nr claimIng right I title or Interest In th* wilt : ,
INO, deceaaed, use of OeoeoleCounty any title, or Interest land and being or the some become void according
lawThla
Florida, .* County la and torlm. I landa hereinaftergeecrlbed. In ladle County, Florida, via: to
Judeof Mid J:1It has a* follow, ....It:: elk of the B: of t.'t of the lets day of February,
office Court iiou. atKleemmee II. Town the SEW of Sec I. S.
In the Lot i't Section 1116is
Florida, within all .hla' II ftoyth, Hale II Eat, R:' ale. deaerlbed aa, DEM: .rth. / Dorothy of t. Ih HllemanAdmlnletratrtl ICetal ofByron DUE TO A TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR A 1954 STATION '
calendar montha from the data and lot. I .t 10. II, II. It. II NIVif the s5Y orJOe!. 1. T ,
fiat publication of this 111, IS il II. 41. 44, II. II /IrleHd R JE:. 0-,1. Couat, P. Hlleman deceased
l4olic.. Each claim or demand and II of IS, Town- aay Thacker and ThackerAtlornoya LISTED AS A 1964 MODEL.
AdmlnlatralrlaKlulmmoe. WAS
..u., b* In writing and mast hip II { h..tAr: II Eaet, -' lb\IN.\ of thc 1114: .r .for Florida' WAGON
tat* the place of reeideni ol according to the official platof rho/ lls
the claimant and must ka awr th. Seminal Land and Inveelmenl hi* of Ih* Nltv of the SEU: el Feb. IT, Mar S, II. 11111
t* by the claimant, hi. agent or Cimpaaya (Inoorp.orated Sec I. T U n, A II R.
attorney or the earn will b*. ) Subdlvlelon. ef aaldlection NE% of the NEU: efS.aLTIIad NOTICE I* Hereby Given that
eom void according to law. filed and recorded In J? II B, OoooeTa County, Flor. I, Jimmy: : W. Conaway, who wasasvleled
'* tile leth day of February, the office ot the Clerk. ef the Lot| In the Circuit Court But!
ttr Circuit Court of Oereol Coun- I to a larluelve ot MeKoy of Oceola County. Florida, atIh
./ Jacob A. Baldln.Admlnlatrator tv. State of Florida, I" flat Land Company"* Subdivision at -\t"! term thereof. .A. lllie. >
C. A. Book. -IIM. page II and 14- MM. ., T II S. R. If E. Oeceel off**** ef poo***.
of the Ratal ofTREMIB You end each of you ar* hereby County, Florida "Ion .( Barbiturate, three
E. BALDING notified that suit In equity, Lot l.f McKoy Land Com.Pjnjre count, and receiving Robe
a
de<**.eBRINMON ><. ,ult t* quiet. title, ha been Bubdlvlalon .t S**. t, T (tooda, and detach thereforto Joe Parrish of Carl Schmidt Ramblers Said
AMD MaWHIRTER: 1/ a total of three yeas In the :
brought *
Attorney at VwKlaelmmee SHewl: ;: : kg.RlHD Lola; 11.11. II I* II 1. lualv. ofMcKey'Laid Florida Slat 'r '.it't apply!
Florida LRANK *, lit the h"r. Company SuhdlvlsioaofSealTInRRIE for Clemency t* th Board
Feb. II. I*. IT: Mar '. IM4 cult Court of Ik* Math Judicial :. of Pardec. Tallahassee. Florl.da. .
Circuit In and for the County e iOeoeela data .1 t. Inclusive .1 MaKSy at the scot rogular moellngJimmy .

MAKE NOTICE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO I Stal of Florida I aro herebvl and land. ..Com T r.l.: 1e Subdlvulen eftee. Feb. IT. Mat. .. 1144 W Onoway Thursday morning we started receiving the) first of many calls and customers ask

FINAL MUCH A ROB: auemidord.r.A Yu will hereby take nolle _
IN COUNTY} OF THB t. fll. your written"answer reanlre orAefeneee that the Complainant' .... filed IN THB COl'NTY JUDGES ing about this advlrtlllmint. and even this wt>e>k customers are still coming,

COUNTY JUIXjaj.OUCBOLA t. the Complaint. filed suit again In *! you in the Circuit : Vo to show the popt of Oscoola the
FLORIDA herein ......., In the above Curl and Oweola County, 0-CEOLA: CJSSVJY. FLORIDA.IN wire happy County
you
ESTATE .
IN itS:: THE OF .. Florida t* nult the till In the
LEONARD u..oo4 B. MAY, entitled Ihe Clerk caeie.of the In Circuit the s'4>!"rt e" l-
TO ALL WHOM IN PRORATE JT MAY: end h for<* office Oeceol.In('th<0.1.* Ourthone. Flor daat lewrlbed You are above hereby 4 t* MARS ArPLtt or .Tte.TIO"'ATI01 ft MFt i shown us that our advertising budget Is well spent when placed with the Klsslmme.
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CONCEItN:' In Kleelmm Florida on. w file your defeee to"X'* above
    Islet H H iTO I Oazerte.
    << r u HEREBTMOIVIWTHAT fore see Ith. day of March 1114., action with the Clerk. cf the AU. WHOM IT MAT
    Edna and t. serve a copy .t seeh as above llfled .....t and t. serve CONOFRNNOTUE,
    *
    yAdmlilaiHlrli ewer or ..f.". upon T" -rend
    final a copy of see same uixn Brlnaonand : IS HEREBY GIVEN:
    of the state of Leonard II:. Thacker Plalatlffa soon MeWhlner. h Verne THAT Murray W Ovr tre. .
    May deeeaaedi haafiled ney herein, whoa addreo lallo strut KII....... Florida at* Jr. haa filed hi.* Final Retur WHICH GOES TO PROVE
    .
    petition foialflea dlachargtraad Ufo KI..I......, Florid trny fur Conplalnanl., *n er .. Admlaiatralor ef the Kit .
    that *h* will applyto or ."f"*id dole a* required before the Id day of March "16. of tiara A. Carr deceaedhaih
    th* Honorable O. P. Jokaao* *y law you fall t. ace as a Herein fall ni *r a Decree IT* hoe lied Petition for Final Read and What
    County Jud.* of Ooeoola eo... Dane Pr. Confeaan will be CnfM will b* **tr4 agalnat IXockerge, ad: that ... will People React to They Pay For.
    t,. Florid. N Ike oMarck entered adaisel ree for u. ro* th* Hnrbl 0. P.
    IM4 for aypreveJ ofaama lief demaad In the Complaint FEIN WITNESS WHEREOF: 1 lehsses, Coay Judg* l>*c*.
    aad (or final aaAdntlnlatratrlB Wunea my .hand *. Cf "'v. "_..t. set Wy bead aadaffiied .la (way. Florida, "Ibo Sth
    of tko EMitale .( said Circuit Court or (tined. my official ...., at Kie.Oetoola day at March 114, for spec.'.
    Leonard B. Mar deceased.Thl Count/, Florid, .n the th* Ith ......... '..,'. Florida. al .( same and for nnal diecharge -
    leth day of Jaa *rrAVmlnlatratrti Say of '. '::N'.tyJ).. ...t. use Itth day .f February, IM4. administrator et She
    let /. RAY et*<* :f Clara A, Can, 11IE4issinlllletJ ca ette
    :: ef the Eetal* of Clerk .f the (lrcult Court, C ark el s. Circuit Court ce..*..
    Leonard E. May dwMMd.Brlnaon Owoolt. CoII.t. Flalda CIRCUIT and MeWhlrlarAttornty ( SBALTkoeker > ilrtae** and MeWklrlerAttorney
    el Law aid n.....'. fer CooplalnantII ./ Murray W Ovoretreet, JrAdeatatetrate .
    Klaalmme Florida ft'ifr"1.JJ.111"} Verae Street *' ., the Ceut *f OlClOtA COUNTY
    PUBLIC SERVICE ADVERTItlNO MEDIUMSugarland .
    .; Itlt."r: KlMleiwe. Fiend Clara A. Carr, doceaaed.I.e. tr4JleAtByp;
    ypWriij '. It. K n, ..H I IS. te. IT, UK ,.... l..|t Mar l-lt. 1144 S, It. I*. II 1M.







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    Bellemeade Win ;.TAIt..:FMR.. FLORIDA STA fAIK, FLOJU Record Crowd at Show, Talent Winners

    igusSHFTopsHerefords STATE 'TATE FAIr

    Largest attendance at UMXlMiuBM TW l 8simme8 miVer. Sister. Theresa Fraaet
    V* *y UvUekvwng fia.ette hospital admmWrater, dart-
    (continued from pap I) program WM the fled the term aM said tie ...
    01"1' MErftlGKlUTOM J Saturday eight UUnt how The Gttett, KUiimmeo, Florida{ Fob. 17, 1M4-P ce Mine chino U called anfealater fibrillator >
    USED 2, Eatmon; Cindy Barrel; won by Patti DwiUp of Kitalmmee. or cardiac re McUtator.
    Junior\ yearling betfen (1)Eatmem' .
    FURNITURE Unda 60/1 (Jan. A ".eo Mviftc bond and .? ,i1<:,;.h I Another. donation U $1,410

    for champion), Eatmon; the firM >lass talent trophy by Mr*. B..*... Hainan. Trout
    S.wtll-Thurmond
    j Summer yearling hotter ((2) was won bjr the personable Lake brtaf her total oontei-
    III w..c Ck.r.n .r1aa1. -Judy, HaroUj; J. Lynn, and tataated puss Patti Dun. buttes to ",000.
    Hanrellj
    ; of Ktoimntt with a baton '
    Senior lap r v
    heifer cairn (6)Miss ) twirling routln r
    Hernando (reserve junior
    Second place WM won by
    CALL champion), Harvell l; Ginger three MM who billed SHRIMPIn
    young
    Parks Furniture Co. 75/3,,HarreU Eatmon; Eatmon'i Pride themtelvo as th* "Singing A Basket

    . Junior heifer; calve Guitar", Pete, Bauknlght,Al-
    .
    for Primp *, YourintlOItATM Si-) ofKillimm.
    r Mike Carrioo
    Lady ten BortU and FREEZEDRIVEIN
    Hernando Harvell; Eat.-
    ...
    .*... 847-41 mon'
    N Dixie Queen Eatmon; ...
    Prince, Harrell; Two able acrobatic dancer,
    Pair of calve (1)B.) F' Mtue Elliott and Caller of
    veil; Eatmon; f Kiuimmto took third place 1 1nl
    3 Room Grouping Produce of dam (*)-Eat- with an orchestra The Milflu" GREEN'S FUEL
    mon; HarreU; of St. Cloud featuring 1
    $288.50 Get of lira (J)-HarveUj; the "Twelfth Street Rag" 1 ALN **4 IERTIC

    2 pc. Early American PanuleU; Eatmon. piscine fourth and Brenda .....* ..,...n MT4IT1KIIIMMBI

    Living Room Suite ANGUS and Sharon Smith, an initru-
    $169.50 Junior bull calve (S)-Ebonymero mental duo In fifth plac For O.* Dllv.rr: Paea

    B 19S, Bellemead Harold VH" ..I *' -**...
    2 pee French Provincial Farm Lake City; Ebonjnnere A fine group of babies, ... A. ri.the **T-.a..
    B S43, Bellemeade BAR Bar with their mother, turned out ...-. .....sees.
    Living Room Suite doliermere 15, Baldwin; Angus AMA OERIKLUIS WINNERS at tile Kiulmme, show at the baby show on Thursday ..ress i... (;CN.d
    $239.95 Include Chuleto (top) grand champion and senior championbull night dupiU the cold. Win.
    Ranch, Ocala; oxhibited by H L. Hanrelt of Brookivillo, and Estmon'sSus 0-18 months addle for Oaa Orvleo: fkeae
    ntrt In tho group CICERO KNFCHLL presents the Horibwg to Cary
    4 Bedroom Suite Lata senior bull calvei (IBellemead ) .. ....... ..,.....
    pee BardoUermert 204. rand champion and senior champion female, exhibitedby were Derrick St..... and Carter of Chlpley at the conclusion of the 1964 Silver Spun j. *
    Coleman K. D. Eatmon Ranch at Pompano Beach. Lan Veal of KU.lmme Rase AI"
    292 (reienre junior champion), Wesley Midwinter Rodeo (Photo by Eby) t.r, Res".os seesaveLe.
    I Reg. $229 Now $169 Bellemeade; BAR Bardoller- The IS months to three G,..... MT01M.
    mere 60, Baldwin; Bardoliermere PP2, Baldwin; Anxiety Domino 12X R. W. year class honor were carried N. Mall .e..|..*. *.. OM
    I SIRON'S FURNITURE 43, Bellemeade; LaU junior yearling helf er* Shuman Plant City; Domino off by Kim Susanne Gibson Gro1I11d-breaking Attended .r OH H. *!_--. Epa
    Early summer yearling bull. ((1)-Bandolier Georrlna of Mischief G, Hertford Haven; daughter of Ronald Giboon ..,..U. f/
    855.5631 Orlando ((1B.rdoll.rm.re) 60 PPI BAR Baldwin; Senior bull calve (1))-SHFZaU who It In the thick of the M.k.rl IfBwrf .4Ttl*
    Early junior yearling heifer Heir conflict In Saigon, Vietnam, AmRg those from St oryof Herbert A. Smith Jr. ..
    1:921 &. Orange Blossom Tr (grand e ham p Ion, junior 109 (grand champIon O. O. TT_ 4T 4BV
    champion), Baldwin and Quail I-Ball.mead. Pride 182, ), Shuman; and Glenn Philip Smith. Me). Cloud attending the ground The money I I. for a special Jake Reuse, ... Claudru.ew
    Roost Farm Oral.. Bellemeade; Elba Bardollero- Winter bull calve ((1)-) Lau Lee Smith and Glenn breaking ceremonies for Mer plec of operating room equip.
    Senior yearling Lulls (1)-) men of BAR, Baldwin; Bar SHF ZaU Heir 110 Shuman) Bat. Jr. won tint place In flto.pit.lln Orlando Sundaywere mint, commonly called 'paco-
    Eva' Bandolier Lad BAR IS bara Joy of BAR, Baldwin; Junior bull calve* (I)-SHFZaU the three to school-ag. cl.... Mr and Mra. J. J. Griffin .
    (reserve senior champion), Senior yearling heifer (1)) Heir 1Z7. Shuman; The costume clan was won by Jr.. Mr. and Mr. J. W. '
    Complete Baldwin; Keyiton Bardoller- Philip'* Jipaey Bardoller Spring bull calves (J)-SHFZaU John Pat Daugherty, and Cal, Mr. and Mr. Joseph PRESTIGE
    mere 100, Bellemeade; (reserve grand champion, Mn Heir Itt, Shuman| SHF Bonita Baaa cowboy and cow. Shanaphy, Mayor and Mrs. HOMES
    GROVE Summer i a n I lor yearling lor champion), Baldwin; Zato Heir 111, Shuman girl Fred Ford. Mr. and Mra.
    bull. (2))-Ebonymero S (reserve Two year old heifer (1)-) Summer yearling heifer Charles 8 Collln. Paul Kirk. QUILT .
    SERVICE grand champion, senior Bcllemead Burgess Maid 91 (t)-Morlunda Misty 89, Hereford The pet show Friday night Patrick, Mr*. C. E. Athey, The ,
    champion), Bellemeide; Elleenmer (reserve a lal I o r champion), Hvn; CC Sate France, was conducted by Rita Hunt Rev and Nn. Handel II. FOR YOU
    Dan Mann Brothers, Bellemeade; Hereford Havn| with the following wlnnerit Brown and Louis Benon. Dr
    St Cloud; Get of sire (Bellemeadej: Senior heifer calve* (1) cutest, Karen Hall, beagle and
    Two year old bull. (1)-) Baldwin; Miss Southern 41, Hereford terrier; belt trained, Donna
    BAR Bardoliermert 9, Baldwin Junior get of sin (I-B.ld-) Haven; Lynn German ahepard; mail- George L. Reynolds
    ; win; Bellemeade. Winter heifer calve (1)-) tit, Chris Conrad, HI, dauch MRS. LEON ALBR1TTON
    Three bull (3)-Bell*. HEREFORDS SHF ZatoetU III (grand hand; largeet Kirby Hancock BOOSTS HOSPITAL FUND

    meade; Baldwin; Bellemeade; Two year old bull ((1)-) champion), Shuman; Jr., dalmatlon and mOlt Fur Further Information Call 0172266
    Two bull (Bellemeadej; Morlunda Metador C29 (re- Spring heifer calve (1)-) unusual Serena Bell, guinea Mr. Leon (Rosemary) AUbritton
    G.M. Baldwin; Bellemeade; serve grand champion), Hero- SHF ZatoetU 117 (reserve pi,.. Bait all around adult pet recently mad. a donation _. ---- .. --
    HUGHEY Junior heifer calves (2)- ford Haven Ranch Ft. Pierce; gran d champion), Shuman; was a poodle owned by Dor of $3000 to the St. Cloud
    BAR Barbara Bardolleremer Junior yearling bull (1)-) SHF ZatoetU 128, Shuman. othy Keller Hospital Foundation la mem

    GROVE AMANAGEMENT Baldwin; BAR Blackcap Bar- ROTHROCK SEPTIC


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    rrtfflalnf a Dvtrttif champion), Bellemeade; Pride Articles for Sale I for Sole Real Estate for Sale
    .MKKonkBl MMMf .....- of Bellemead 72 (reserve Jun. CLASSIFIEDAD
    In. a "NEVER used anything like It," FOR SALE Throe bedroom CULVERT
    anle.n.p Bellemeade Till FOR DRIVEWAYS.
    for champion),
    Late summer yearling heifer ; RATES Shower Stall .. ................ 835.00 I .ay users of Blue Luitr for home In Idora Park Lot IWi
    F*. PonwMllied crvke (I)Queen Mother of Adding Machine (wed) .. PUll 'cleaning carpet. Rent electric 300. Air conditioned. Priced t* SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED

    Phone 847.3592 BAR, Baldwin; 5 cent minimum per word, Pipe Wrenches .. 8" ..... .79' thampooer ft. Park Furniture .*IL Contact Betty Eby, 847. CEMENT WORK HO GALLON CtfASI TRAPS

    c.-... A.., Itl.__.. Early summer yearling helf. .7i 10" ........ 160 I'Co, 2881 or 847-4206.
    Ruth of BoolroadRdio Classified Display (without 14" .. ..... IDS ----
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    border): centered ( 18" .. ,.... 260 If -F RSAt'E: IS YEARS EXPERIENCE
    I point lines count ai 4 24" ...... 930 remove the spots ai they *p- Between Klulmmee and St. ,
    '; and SALES A SUVICE 'wordx114 point llnei count Electric Hot Water per with Blue Luitre, Rent I Cloud beautiful CB I bodroomt K. C<.ROTHROCK, Owner and Operator t
    electric 1.
    t, ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ai 6 words; 18 point line Heater (Ued> ..............18.00 Furniture thampooer c. Park bath.horn. Uk prtvlUg 'lOCAUO AT KISSUNMII TRANIiT-MIX (0. "
    coMnm KOMI ruwsHwci,, count a* I words, 24 point t"" Fire "_, per i lines count I* IS wordi. tree. Circular drive full .
    V 36" Attic Fin M_...____ 7800 Real Estate for Sale and So te gar.age PHONE 847.3534REALTORAMA
    T. FURNITURE CO. PIIONE I47-28H carport apprec-
    PARKS miwmM. 5.ledd'ENORRIS 0. D. Copper Tubing, i late. $17, 00. Com In or call r
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    CLEANERS Galvanized" Pip I 847281.EXCLUSIVELY. W. H. Morse Corp.Realtors .
    H per foot .11
    Real Estate for Rent *'" ", per foot .............- ,.10
    FINEST PIpe cut A threaded thru listed with a. No. I Woitcheit. 823 Broadway 847-3111
    KISSIMMEE'S t. 4"I er Driv S bedroom S-H bath
    APARTMENTS FOR RENT- Well Point _. ....,.... ........... 6.29
    & 103 East Dakln Telephone 8474941STEEL $9, 111 f 12 per week. For Information CB home on comer lot 101 I ,ORANGE:grove near largo lake,
    apply 110 8. Beaunvirit "'..,," Calvanliod Pipe KM. Wall to wall carpeting two houses, Itl..lm.....'. best

    I or phone In.110%. With Coupling ................ 2.95 throughout, complete Intercom location. $1400, term. UTe liclusivt Agent fonKISSIMMUIUSINESS
    a .arru Plastic Pipe system Central heat and air 2380 Eddie Clement. Sin

    SALESAny VACANCY-Room and Board H", per foot ............... 3H, conditioning Family room Florid I
    for a retired gentleman that \"' *, per foot _..__._.. M room. Dining room Many FOR SALE: 4 lot*. Bee ft W* cooperate with Itglfltr' etas ass
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    ', Ask for Woody. I"", per foot ...._....._ .12 comfort and spacious living. by Uveetock Auction Market .d Real Estate Braktn
    Truck Rorfl *-B TrallrHon.. Trollor FOR RENT-Furnlihed S beT' IS", per foot _....?..,.?. 11 Offered for I21WO.OO at 10% So Neloii- Realty,
    and Utility: 110.Clett or more down. t% Intereit Mere In. C line &trailer
    BUILT. AND (; room route, 7000. Clot In. Direct Burial Wire Broker Invited. special
    cooperation
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    Mobile weldi.g She* AI Work Goerealeed. -- 122. per toot ..._........_ M Com In or Call tank, electric pole, wUr tap on Mr
    Old Orlando Highway Nar Uvaiteck Market. Card of Thanks 10-2 per foot .........._.... .11 i I W. H. Morse Corp. 13100 down |IO.00 month. 9000 8q ft.
    ROUTE, lOX 23$-A KISSIMMEI Chipped Sinks, .. 81.91 to f7M Realtors :Tropkal) Park, Route 441, North 7200 fq. ft. Parking Are..

    .I. CARD OF THANKS wish to.xp.u Chipped Wash Bailn ..._ 449 124 Broadway114113 KlMlmmo. AD44L8I10D Centrollyloc..od 'In downtown area.
    YOUNG WELDINGRANCH my ;thank to my
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    friend and neighbor for the for furthor 'Information
    PHONE .47.319. I card, visits and kindneue .. -... ..... ...... from 19.95 .p3Pe. FOR SALE-2 bedroom CIa tor ale, double your money,
    shown white many I In Bathroom Seta f4, 00. Orang Garden S bedroom Eddie demon, Route I, Boa Writs e e Telephone I or visit.
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    T. K. Galloway House Wiring, per ft Full Roll 1 Largo I bedroom, thro bath, FORRlNfTRAILER

    GROVE I 142 ............. .. ...... JM: 20000. Freddie Horton, talonlady. \
    ,sincerely CARD OF grateful THANKS for-the W* an 12-2 _................. .. .... IH, KINGS REALTY, 810 W. ipa<' for rent Quiet. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS
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    tended to M during our bereave. CoDing Beau ........_.. JO -4 Unit apartment hoaa at Automotive INC.HOTI .
    EARL MURPHY mat We are oipeciatly thankful Rang Main and Four __ 9M 114 Main St, KIMI...*. I pri- '
    to Rev. C. W. Cook and the bath -
    vale ontranco I private
    OWNER JUcdel Funeral Horn. DAVENPORT ELECTRIC 4 GOOD
    An unite furolahed. EicoUent: NEW AOORIU AND PHONfl NUMftH1MO
    Mr*. MM Canall and Family PLUMBING COMPANY"The rental record. Call 847-474 .r
    PHONE 847.3821 I -- 1 TRANSPORTATIONSPECIALS W.VINI[VINI AT THACKHJ
    DUE" tECiNTUDLOSS: Hem of Many Bathtub* after f call 847-4717. MOtif M7-44S1

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    friend and especially Err. B. Phone HA 2-4444 Broadway and araooL .*.*.. im PLTMOUTJI
    B. William of the First M.Uodlit abU retirement horn Owner Tudor I $495
    ChBrch Their comforting .
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    I exprewion of sympathy and InstructionLEARX __
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    thonght/ulneai will always berememberod. e.e creW Nock ...*. oa Wagon I $695
    The I. M. Galater BARBERING comer' boalaeo lot In North
    Family, Orange Cardma.Anlcltt I Insure your futon la a weD.P ICIMI..... nly" | JtOO, a.nu.
    .rtnf ".1_.... Day ... Eddie Clemon 847-2UO. L taloN Finder'TNOtITII $495
    + for Sale night clause, V. A. approved.Oriaado I vaJood) at f 10. 00.

    BARGAIN BARN i > Ovaaie BarWr Bloom UlfegoM Tr. HOME FOR fALtV-f: bed SSUT $595

    GA $4178Services room*, brief rem, kltcaon,
    Comb let Zipper It; Tooth I I Utt Florida ....., ooatral;
    Brwho Tc; Ear Bob S Shoe. per Sock Itcl PUlovnt "
    j ; .... I eraaf* and grapefruit
    COOK WiTH GAS ; Khlrt* |li rUg |lt; pro*. I tree t palm trees. A. J:. Akea*
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    Bed aIM It fix I ft.n k.dup, pyM.at 11.700 aad Utaff
    Ii Eacalieat for k*.. honey, REFRIGERATION coot. Palaces M pun ft-K*
    FUEL i far a eoartnctor.Ako a tyyrioeport. nUI.s 'or ..,... to MM b.,*,. CM toor 64
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    SALE-Cease. POODLEGROOMING W. H. Mont RAMBLER
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    $3130 X vbMt," oasis wort Agency
    PARKS FURNITURE CO. ... Boat a4 trmikr. 111 Tra. R.altonas

    tor>4raUw $3M. tnt S3. > HP fra4w. .y 1474m Orlando Highway 1918 1964
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    To Lyman .ti eluding .Illp..... and eveeo-
    lImIting dilee, not Hated above a* sun
    Last FridayThe protoctod," are fully protected,
    I, Came to End by Federal and state law*.

    ,, Oaceola High School
    I I Kowboy meet St Leo Academy MAKINSON OUTFITS
    In the tint bracket of SundayHunting SECOND BET COWBOY

    the group tournament at Ly Makhion Hardware this
    man school In Longwood tonight In Florida of all year offered a prize for therunn.rup

    uette, Kiuimmec, Florida, Ftb. 27, 1964 Page Eleven Oaceola It and will St be Leo the have lint time metThe game* bird except and rabbit all game ended mlnal Spurt Rodeo.Cowboy at the Silver

    Kowboy lost to Lymaa one-half hour after sunset It wa a complete western
    Oviedo High School eager In Friday Sunday, outfit from boot to the hat.
    Bulldogs vs. night games which doted the Y Only rabbit and unprotected A CaN eattleman'i pocketknife )
    .L
    Intericholaitle: aeaaon. The r animals and birds may be war given to the cow-
    vanity lost by three point, taken after the closing dy, boy with the lowest number of
    Tonight at Evans 48-51, In an exciting seesaw February 23, until opening of poInU by Miklnion' also. ,
    contest that aaw neither team the special spring turkey gobbler .
    more than five point In the hunting aenon in certain

    Cloud'' Bulldog meet mean the Bulldog will enter lead at any one time. Jim counties! In Northwest, Northeast Our Refrigeration
    ?
    edo at 7 pm. tonight In the regional tournament on Flanagan and Bob Magnaghl 4 and Central Florida, Mir.
    I Evan high school gym- March 6. each accounted for 19 point 28 to Apr 12.Unprotected. SERVICE
    alum In Orlando for theirt Last week the :Bulldog The icore by quarter tell WIN TOURNAMENT' Bill Hammond, left, presents trophies to the winners in the Clue A animal and
    gems 1 their four-teem worked their way into the the itoryiKiuimmee: division of the First Federal Shuffleboard Tournament They are left to right, Hammond. Harlan birds which may be taken at u
    Cap tournament The BullLi sami-finals of the btid-Lake 13 14 10 11-48 Holcomb, Ed Hanson, fintj Eugene Lemcnager and Grant Humphrey, second (Photo by Eby) any time In Florida include
    have never played a- Conference Lyman 13 IS 12 11-41 bobcat, red and grey fox, rat. SPECIALWe
    Lnrt Oviedo before. Victorythe tournamentat In the .venln,'* opener, the coon, opossum, nutria, skunk,
    Clermont, winning over B Squad performed better In flying squirrel, English span
    group tournament 19634B
    First
    Umatilla Thursday night 64 to Kowboys Federal all make of
    advice
    the second half, but finally row, armadillo, crow, rats, refrlgrriton -
    67, but loilng to Tavern (6
    lost SS to 89. Steve Thicker mice, bat, mole, shrews and and freeicr
    to (5 in the semI flnals. Tavare
    IUMMAGE\ SALE turned -the conference -. made five field gods to lead Squad Vanity Held KASTTournament butiard Also air! conditioner and
    I McMorUl e....d. champion.up the scoring with 10 point Dec. ft-Oviedo ........... ..... (cancelled)_...(cancelled) (home) All hawks and owl, and all liritpumpirange*and ke
    Hart AY.FEB. S9tktlclMKdcr In the Umatilla game Tim The acore by quarters: Dec. 10-Lake Wale .......,.......,. L SIMS.....-X 45-62 (away) other birds and animal, In- makers
    William Kliiimme B 8 4 12 12-S3Lyman DM. 14-Lakeview of W. G.L 1S-7.L 46-66 (away)
    accounted
    Many II point and Johnny Crow for 24 B 986 16-39 Dee. 17-Oviedo ..'..... .............. L 34-48 L 43-61 (away) CAR;; WASHING 2t \HOUR SERVE
    Hilt MenorUI LibrarylOPCE St. Cloud took the lead In the 19. Vanity players, their fl.ldro.I. Dec. 10-St. Cloud ............. L S4-44 W 60-82 (home) The first tournament of
    first quarter which ended with ., free shots, fouls and Jan. 7-Apopka ........... .. .......... L 8 the score 16 to 9. Umatilla total point, were a* follow: Jan loWlldwoodL 41-47 L 21-43 (away) sponsored by the Flnt Fed. WAXINGSmitty'
    ..... 21-88 L 44-81 home) American Oil
    scored 'heavily in the second Blevini 2024 Jan. 14-Leeiburg" L ( eral Scrvke
    but the Frieintr 0000 Ian. 17-DtLand- ...... ............., L 32-41 L 29-67 (sway) Saving and Loan Aiae- ATTMI
    quarter back In the Bulldogs came Flanagan 4 11 4 19 Jan. U-Lm.n- .. ................. W 42-39 L 63-(2 (home) cUtion, war held tail week at SHOPPING cmm I 1"86101161
    third and final the KAST This
    court wee .....11. ...A...
    ai.lmeeeD
    bracket to win Mignaghl 8 3 0 19 Jan 28-Winter Gtrd.nL 64-33 W 63-&2 (home) .
    by 7
    polnta.Player Land 2414 Jan. SI-Apopka .............. L 38-M L 41-67 (away) part of the 30th annlvenaryof ---- -
    *, with field goal and
    . .... W home the firm which has faclll.
    free throw and total Starling 1032 Feb. 4-Wlldwood- L 44-51 (4(1 ( )
    iUIJDSfOUGH are a* follows points, Total 17113018 Feb. Leeiburg ...... ........ L (8-60 L 49-64 (away) tlei In Klailmmve and St.

    William. ..,............. 11 2 24 For the B squad, statistics Feb 8-St Cloud ........ L (143 W .a.u (away) Cloud.
    Wright .................. a 0 0 were ai follow: Feb. 10-DeLand' ..... L 3741 L 61-67 (home) With 42 tram entered In
    Feb. 21-Lman. ........ L 33-39 L 48-l Clan A the winners were EdHansen
    Germany ......_........ 0 0 0 Pope 1012 '
    Feb. 13-Orange Belt (Wildwood) W 61-fi Leeiburg and llarlan Holcomb, a
    Simmons ........0 1 1 Tyner 2115 (
    Bai* .. ....... .. .._._ 6 2 12 Smith M 0000 Feb. 14-Orange Belt (Apopka) L M(4 Leeiburg tint; Grant Humphrey and ,
    Crowe ?.......?..??...,..,. 7 B 19 Smith D a I I 8 Feb. 27.29-Group Tourney ...............-.......?.... Lyman School Engine Lemenager, second;
    UCKS Hyder..?......._..... a 2 8 Cintwtll 1002 Conference game Wayne Calbrtath and Ercell r.
    Total 26 12 64 Pollom 1002 Wright, third; George Gross .
    St. Cloud 16 10 20 18-64 Thicker 5 0 810 and Ross. fatten, fourth.
    Umatilla Whltewolf 2024 19634 Forty five teems entered In CATERPILLAREFFICIENCY.
    9 231. 11-47 Bulldogs
    In the Friday game againitTavare Slke 0030 Claia B with uclan Archam.
    tiedel Motors bault and Charles Coburn winning .
    the Bulldog made Junior Vanity Vanity fink Other winner
    good vie of the second quarterto .. ......
    Dec. Montverde W 27-20 W 69-41 (away) Charles and Alfred .
    were
    Bishop
    21 EMMETT ST.NOW. lead 26 to 25 at the half, Game Fish Dec 7-Evan* of Orlando .. L 24-62 L 39-91 sway) Munch, second Jack and
    t/ but were outacored during the Dec. U-cI.rmont' ...... ..... ...... W 61-89 W 79-63 (home) Agnes Ron, third;Earl Bar. .
    last half. Crowe and Baa led Rules Dec 17-Mt. Dora ................ L 44-46 t 68-76 (home) clay and )fourth.
    the scoring with 17 and 18reapecU"el StudyTo Dec. 20-Oiceola ... ... ............ W 44-34 L 62-60 (away) There Cy Tyler, fees
    ,. Jan. 7-Oro\'ll.nd. ... .. L 46-46 W 6743 (away) and all were no entry
    Player with field goal, be Made Jan. 10-Umatilla .......... ...... W 40.37 W 66 46 (home) winner received trophle -
    CRUMPTONBUILDERS foul shots and total polnta are Jan. 11-Central Catholic: ....... W 6947 W 49-36 (away) '
    aa follow: Jan 14-Tavarei* ......... .. ..... L 62-47 L 76-60 (away) 1
    William _.....4 8 11 Hunting and fishing rule Jan. 17-Lake Weir ... ........ W 27-21 W 81-46 (home) BROASTED t
    Wright .................,.. 1 0 2 and regulation for the 1964-65 Jan. 24-CI.rmont- .. W 48-41 W 66-34 ( ) I
    away
    Carmany..?........... 0 0 0 season will be discussed at 29 Jan. 26 Euitli . L 40-47 L 60-41 ( ) CHICKEN
    here leveret rope.se.Sid Simmons ................ 2 6 10 public meeting to be held Jan. 8-Mount- Dora L 42-44 L 77-67 (away home)
    homes III tilt tnghmas Ban ........................ 7 2 16 throughout Florida by the Jan. 31-Gl'Ov.land' .. W 60-40 W 8744 (home) f'REEZETTE
    Crow .................... 8 1 17 Game and Fresh Water Fish Feb. I-Mont"rd. ... ... .. W 6248 W 86 40 (home)
    areaadditions Ryder .................... 000 Commission during March and Feb. 4-Um.tlll.- ..... W 61-60 L 63-48 (away) DRIVE-IN
    Totals 22 12 66 AprIL Feb 7'-Tavarei ... L 61-C6. ..... (home) '" --
    or repairs to St Cloud 12 14 14 16-66Tavare According to A. D. Aldrich, i
    Commission director Feb 8-Oaceola of Kliilmme W 63 61 L 63-62 (home) I Ia
    " your homir 16 9 20 18- 5 these annual Feb. 11-Lake Weir ....... ... W 6044 W 49-47 (away)
    own, 'C .. Baseball and track are un1.rway -, .meetings repreeent an efJottjoa Feb. 14-Euitli: ......_,,U....?... W .1>>-17.< -...... (away) vww > for bettor land clearing
    For information' 1- call .at St Cloud high minion to the part of the the.Cora Feb. 16-Central Cath He ?...."W M-49U.L.: :.. .......... (home sKAnHg sKixa.s, t .*, .. II
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    'W 64-47 Clermont
    Feb 20-Mid-Lake Tourney (Umatilla\ )
    men of Florida an opportunityto Caterpillar-built/ tractors are designed for
    Jack Brown 422-8631 squads starting Feb 21-Mid Lake Tourney (Tavarei) L (6-68 Clermont I
    their second week of work. have express an In opinion and to Feb. 27-29-Group Tournament ....... .. ... Fvan High, Orlando the heavy Florida land clearing chores. No
    a eitabliihlng
    Orlando out this week. Don Willing. part ..... .
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    ham I I. coaching the track both hunting.. The and public fishing regulation Mar. 13-14-Sute Tournament ... .... (sway) matter what the Job, these tractors are
    877-6071 Tampa team and Bert Chliholm I I. meeting
    mentor for the baseball team. also provide the Commission Conference games .. .. efficient and do all the big jobs better
    an opportunity to explain the I oflfo cameracopfvrei faster and
    more economically
    FOR SALE reaionlnff*. The behind final certain 1964-O regulation season are still fresh In their A wse kt e1 f e. to serve.eST off the Inn

    rule and regulation will be mind. The early meeting date S That's why the man who operates
    established at a meeting of the will not conflict with summer .
    LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! Commiiiion In Tallahassee In vacation and It I.i hoped that i rti Caterpillar-built equipment can do the
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    late April, after all 29 public this change. will treats a best, most efficient job In stumping root.
    meeting have been held. larger attendance at the meetIng PATRICK'S'DAY _
    OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT. The early pro-regulation *. The early date will provide CARDS rr Ing, ditching or just plain land Improving.He .
    a margin of time In which
    : public meeting and the annual I
    WIDE CURBED STREETS rule and regulation the eommlaalon may have ; knows the land clearing business andIs
    mating will serve teveral available current regutationa HUNT (IIKOS.( his
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    CALL MR. HORNE 847.2460 lie meeting in March and Pre-regulation meetingwill
    Aldersgate Dev. Comm. April will allow sportsmen to 25th.be held In Orlando, March SPRING CLEAN BROWNIE f'tnSouwt, For land clearing-call a man who op'crates
    vole an opinion while the efficient Caterpillar machlnes-
    memories of the kit hunting Movie Camera
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    H* hex filed the neceaiary will! 0 NIl .. KeWecfcreme 0
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