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Season OpensAt ; :i THE

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Kickoff Rally Tuesday f.i II ,

f If : rr a KY DBRARY

Bronson Gets I FLA. HISTORY
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Praise CandidatesI From I! .1 ;k'

f rally Th* held season's Tuesday first political night VOL 70-NO. 14 KISSIMMEE FLA., THURSDAY MARCH 12, 1964 2 Sections-Price 10 Cents

hoard local candidate toss
praise on Senator Irlo Bron-
son, introduce themaelv and

avoid Speeches hurting were brickbat also given In Manufacturer Sees

behalf of gubernatorial candidate Airplane City

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The rally held by the KJiilmmoe .

Glob at Highland'School the Highlands cafeteria Women'Elementary wa As Possible Location for Plant

attended by nearly 200 voters.

Senator trio Bronson, facing
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opposition from Martin I my ,,, .r l lrr All That'sNeeded
County, heard !laudlts placed IIG q ,r. f

: upon him by nearly all candidate is
running for office.
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Mayor Adrian Sons and ? $200,000Location

II County Commissioner Harris _
Daniel exchanged friendly Jab .
which resulted In a streetlight of an aircraft ml.-
being promised the KIs- silt-component Industry In
timmee Highland Intersection : aP Klssimmet loomed a* a real
with U. S. 441. q J possibility this week M officials
11 In answering questions J of Jamieson" ) Aircraft

from the floor Daniel said the Corporation paid a visit to the
County Commission had been local airport and put on dla-
Mr MrIN attempting to hare a streetlight play their prototype model of
installed but wa getting the Model J aircraft:
low cooperation from the They came at the Invitation
state road department Boris, of Jamti" Rooney, local auto
from the rear, offered the city dealer who hat send at chair
of th. Klsslmme Industrial
to the light fixtures if
the county would the Development Commission
$325 per month electricity About fifty people-mostly
businessmen-were on land to
bill Daniel agreed.In
greet the visitor. Member of
answering another
question till prea, radio and TV reporter .
State Senator Irlo Bron
RACE Oaeeola County left, and ,
SENATOR'S to represent are r 1fM1..11ftWlft
laid he wa In favor of
son aright
incumbent Senator Irlo Bronson and Martin County Commis- to work law and had on hand for a brief press eonfrtnc -
stoner Jack Williamson.Beauties) during which company
supported It when IntroducedIn
officers described their hope
the Florida Senate H* said
Whether the locate
h* believes a person should company
to ParadeIn h In Klaslmm or somewhere -
bar the right to join a unionor else depends on whether
not join a union *. the Individual
Initial b found
financing can I
pleases.Speaking her. Klsslmmee has lIMn glvon .
County Saturday for the gubernatorial until the end of March, to
candidate war Mrs corn up with $200,000 which
Jess Thacker for Stale Sena. will be used for labor and ma-
t tL tM ta tr tor John E. Mathews; Bill totals to commence construeUon -
a 1 Miss OsceolaTo Wallis for former State Sen. of the Model J, Initial
ator Fred O. "Bud" Dickia- CHARLES JAMIESON AND THE MODEL J attracted! attention at Xlsslmme airport Tuesday morning prior to a press production model l If cipected
Lead Parade son; Jim Rooney for State conference at which plan lor location! of the aircraft manufacturing plant were made public. Jamleson I I. kneeling on the to be flyable within a wish
Senator Scott Kelly and for wing, by the open cockpit door, M he answered question from an Interested crowd of businessmen. Advertisement off ring
Of Contestants Jacksonville Mayor Haydon flOOO bond with Interest at

Burn 7% payable monthly an being
The Mill Osceola Pageant Speaking for Miami attorney Jamieson Plant Seen Possible Start published and It It explained
Parade adorned with 11 !local and Attorney General as that money obtained under
beauties will travel the street candidate Earl Falrcloth wee this otter will remain In escrow
of Kisslmmoo and 61 Cloud P. K. Beck.Legion. In local banks until (a)
Saturday morning. To Aeronautical Complex in Osceola the full 1200,000: hit been ob-

The parade sponsored by the ... tamed (b) the Florida corpora-
Chamber of Commerce: will beheaded Gels lion II an actuality, and (e)
by Min Judy Gnyna Word from the grapevine leson about the possibility efUe Xiaslmmeo, aepeclally with an engineer from the Martin assurance la given that' the
last ,..t'* Mice OVeoI County. baa apparently, started what plant being located here." Ue fact that It to guar the. plant studied the plant, ha firm will &locate permanentlyIn
City FlagThe could' tarn rat to be KUsimmee's "Frem this point 1 called l on Martin Company, and decided Mid It ceuld be," he ,.Id. Klaalmmeo.
The pared*, Stirling at 10 largest Industry according George Reynold, whom I felt to locate her If possible The Jamteeon plane I* laid Charles Jamlenon, designer.
a.nv will begin in Klsslmmee to graptvin listener. Terry' we a forward looking with McCultton aid that the to be. both a beglaacr craft of the Model J, and rice prealdtnt -
and travel about the downtown American 'Legion received McCulsUm.McCulaton. commissioner to talk Martin Industry I I. ideal for I and aa ciecutiv plane In charge of engineering,
RALPH TATES business area. It will an American flag from manager of the Jamison I furnished him withan an aircraft: company because "It I I. simple U operate and presented the financial pictureof
annotate stop for IS minute to permit the City of Klaslmmee Tuee- current airport operation, laid airplane and pilot and the of the large amount 0I.uhI I lloa..' have the difficult a,. his company at a meetingtwo
high school girls to sell ticket day night he ;heard of a "fellow in De- ban started rolling letting of contract which I rating procedure when flyIng > week age .In the Yacht
for th* March list Contest The Legion ha* requested Land with a new Idea In howto Reynolds wa soon joined by must take place. at high attitude which Club Since Men, according to
It will then proceed to money from the City to purchase build an airplane" but first auto dealer Jim Rooney In A* far n* the plan I.I con moet" eiecutlv, airplane h..*. Rooney, local Individual hart
Yates Joins"School North Main area. a stars and stripes but disregarded It until the rumor spearheading the attack forgetting, McCulston had nothing The young airport executive pledged IM.OOO toward the
The pared, at the end of its the city already had a large kept making the rounds' In the the necessary fund to but praise deecribed an tiecutlvt .1,. flrm'a needs.Jamlewn .
Race Klsslmmee run will dissolve Flag available which It had airport circles start the plant In Kialmmee. "At first I rouldnt believeth trait I ** one which could puke who flew In the
and regroup In 8t Cloud togo bought and found too large "Then I decided to stop In "Mr. Jamieson wa lm plane could be produced troll country flight an economical piano from DeLand had-
through the same procedure for their use.Hammond. DeUnd to talk with Mr. /.... pressed with the location ofSeeto .t itch a low price but after ) operation. quarter Tuesday morning, do-
Ralph Yates till week tos In that town. In addition: to the aircraft dared he we ".mpn...."
ed his hat Into the politicalring Entered In the contest art plant, the Lackey trucking with the Klsslmmse airport
when he announced his Milton Roberta would Into thearea and Ua.Int..t .
Marge Pol- to Johnson to line com IU facilities and with
candidacy for reflection to the loin Dianne Reedy, Sharon Lackey, president of the shown by the peopleof
Osceola County School Board. Reid Joanne Statilonls, Helen lamleaon Corporation, I* the Klsslmme"
Yates Is a native of Osceola Todd, Bobble Jo Hodsla, 10.nMarl. Seek OfficeA. Run AgainCounty twner of till large trucking ewe art not Just looking for
County and I I. in the dtru Allen, Charlotte Chit- ;firm which employe* about 10persons. lace to build alrplanta," he

and member cattle of business.the First Ho Baptist 1* a wood, Mary Lou Farmer Marilyn L. "Al" Hammond own A Judge 0. P. Johnson !I! said, "wo W.II'I become" apart
I Knechtel Davis of the ,
Beverly community
of dairy farm announced this week he wouldbe
Church. er-operator
and Sandra Adam In ,.. questions
In southwest Oeceola County a candidate for rselectionho
Married to the former Glen.adln. i I
from the he Mid the
Simmons, h* ha* two announced this week b* would the .me. be bee held sin** press
bail of the Model J
eons, Ralph Edward and Henry $500 Scholarship b* a candidate for tile County 1844- DedicationThe design
worked Akron In
was out In
Clinton. Commission from District One. Johnson, 14, ha lived. I InOaeeola
Yatea said his Interest In Open to FFA 4-11 H* will oppose Incumbent County for M year, long awaited open. 18&4 and. that It wai first
seeking re-election Is "to seethe Oren Brown. attended It Cloud. High, Ing of the >t Cloud Hoe.pitel In Wt. Future are
continuance of the buildIng The candidate a life long 4 4JUOGH School and was graduatedfrom will be Mil TIIu,,. economy from a standpoint of
program now In ProlTINo. A SSOO a year agricultural\ resident of Florida was educated Ue University of Florida day, March II. first cat and operation, safe.
scholarship baa been established ty, MM of flying and efficiency
In the Polk County Law school .m IM2. Seating for 1700 hal
by the Florida Thoroughbred been arranged for the from standpoint of
school system.In Prior to World War II.
City Requires Breeder Association at. his announcement, Hammond Judge Johnson served aa Os crowd to hear the main performance ., relatively low
the University of Florida, according he ..leLD.
laid he believe .In the solo County Proeecutlng Attorney address by the Most Rev power (
Sewage DiUItllalmmH" to M. A. Brooker, dean ., and rand Joseph P. lltriey, N lackey, president. of
of the of \ future Oeceola County A. L. HAMMOND During the war the
College Arrc1IItue.The JOHNSON the H/IIp", said the plane
feel be contribute to (to Archbishop ef the Die-
can Brown candidate war n captain In
scholarship became effective RaaaJag Afelaet Alter roelutlnIPm sf Bt Augvstlne will sell for fa'U or aome Mpercent
city father growth in a bu.lftlllilka man the legal and security corps.Joiutaon sew
January 1, 1W and below IOm.ra"lIaqlllpm"
Tuesday night made It mandatory will be limited to Florida resident ner. I* a member of Phi State Representative J, ,
on today'
"With foremost In J. Griffin will serve a*
for residents of the economy ale Phi legal fraternity,
who are member of 4-H
mind I believe In long Chi' the Master ef Ceremenle' He Mid Ue favorable price
city to pay for aewag disposal Club or the Future Farmer rang Sigma social fraternity.
wa* doe to the "deelga phlUoeophy
whether planning la order to get the the Odd with the lleapltol Board
they ua* the of America and who MeUedlct Church, the which
are recommended In which part
line moet for the W.zpaysr from Fellows and local ef Trustee Chairman
or not. Ue chamberof "
by county otherwise ..
Mid. Handel Brown giving the might
his dollar he
TIle Commission voted to agent .....1MI'tI. .
require a minimum service The scholarship will be a- Hammond I* a member of The Bb Cloud resident I I. benediction. are manufactured Integrally.He that the
charge to all bouaehoU located warded on the bull of ability the Methodist Church the KlaImmo married and hat three children. Tiers ef the Ifeepltal Florida paintau' if baaed
within SOO feet of a sad need, each qualification Elk Cub, a M year O. P. "Bud" Johnson, M, will ales be available.' In Klaelmmee, would be fovCefltJaued -
sewage liMo be considered equally.MATOI Mason, a member of the Scottish ( peace eerpe worker- Charlie, ,
Rite Club and Ue Eastern M and Linda 17 ( en pegs I)
a He la president ef the Florida .

.State Dairymen' Aaseciatkm. ArtShowHere This Weekend .

B* la married nod bar two
children, Mr*. Wm. D. Scbaler
and A. L. Hammond, Jr. Oaceeln c..t, Art Aaaeci KiaelmsMO member ef the sloe
stir make He first pokU Quests Cevaty green are ci. Work at this "..k-lll4'1
arpeerante Saturday and .<.*. ported to aaew their work chewing! will U available for
r Confer On ,. .. day with ft sidewalk art show. ell painting. water colors, ale. and accordingly price-
Nato feet *. the former Tropical Hotel graphic*, atlas palaUngt, marked according J. Earl
School Site CevMy Vfcee fleet alto at Broadway aad Meat ceramic, photography a,.dculptwe. Turner, asaeciatlM preeldeat.The .
aau moot An. !Hew are 10 former Tropical Hotel
nil kVk elf Osceela* 4 ,... Batorday, I paw to parking area running to the
The Ceoaty School. Beard Partin Will MrSeKempferPlans pert fas the Florida Art Festival I .. .....,. bach street, will b* open for
I met with the Qty Ce ....* n .". ...ten* blooming nit* first hew k UmMeJ hew visitors'- cars,
Tuesday mermiag to tflacwj Seek Office Raco ef art and cohort publicised to _.Mn. A* at Ue Winter. Park and
the possibility ef Ue dry evt-ef-tete by the Stats Development TIll Art Festival U arranged ether sidewalk shone. ..1I1aJW.ta .
..,... the aid Central Schoolalto. Cemmlaalea:: by the newly formed ,* win provide their own I
4'7 Doeg Palls of Kenanerflltaanemacsd Mr Carely B. Keoipfer: AD the II 14. dud and Florida Art CewU. which I II steads and, t* far a* '
r Me act!**) was token bed the Ui week bo weeJd will seek olertleej U Ue 0.N ... ......... by the Florida Development possible. attend their own .*.
aVheel Beard did agree to bald be a candidate fee dells U Cevaty Behest Beard aheaoaewced Cemmlasleej nil However ........ ale ,
eft frets asktog for bid *. theY the Ceeaty CemmiMiea B* UU week.Mr hate Department ef Educa will be em band.Ste .
acwperty awtfl another meettag wffl eepeec L. t. Harrty.Parun *. It.te .-". wee appeiaA.ed WKATHCBTOFEftATVKK I t
...... 0. I* a graeeete at Ue aeteel Beard to Je*.
The ScbeeJ Beard tail week the $t Oewd filth Bchoel and aery ef IMS to MaN ae*.- H L. Cloud Plans Two Rallies .
received a*) appraisal eat the the Uatrentty of FJeridawWre ptred ten ef her. teabejUCeerg
pvweerty wiJcB new reqtftre he ........ degree 11AfrlcmheTO. Kempf wW n4 teIMS. Tee, I/I n 44Wai .
these to sell the property at 1/4 M 41 SL OeueTi town meeting l b The rally far city commiealens I
.. lea the f17MO. ... Is. cwreatly Ue atajuferaf The ........ la a graduateef Thar. l/| 7f 421 planning twe W\ wayntisp wiO V* held March M !
_sv The meeOag wee held at theScheel Ue tacky L. Snack to Kela aVtraaaak Ugh Behest sad ruts/' '71 44 1h rfldato.* aseklnn' and the ..,.,'* rally enMarch t
a Board office remmiaafaaer ....riU.. ArsMireatg College sad I* a and. seat en the My steam!*. 11. Beth meeting will
George.,...* was ,."... atoffte and lithe charter member. of JEeatarts atl/T M 44 l I.. be held at 7.10 p-w at th*
ADRIAN BOTIS webowe* CHy Manager Che/lee attending the pressntatio as* ass Mr. and Mr*. .. M. Ur FiestylJcUa Gash where *. !/' MMMen. There are fir* men a4 eaawsmsa Woman' Club.
Tysea to hie dash la dty ban *. Medal Shoe e.- the Jamliasaj Aircraft Carper- rartto. .. I* a u.ebw of till eke .to a See.ey aVheel .ebel.Mrs. l/f II.. eekmf. the city asm- William C. Jeoralgan wU
partnr* ef Ckariea Jacks**. K.y Hsasil he* aerved aa the dtya sties and wee ...... frees Pint Ckrletie Glad to Xii Lwpde t* aiM a --. mbetaa Mat.i be the ......, of aeremenle
*4bUtrativt did ...... C Cesttswed es .*<. ') "' for Ue ramaa.Political .

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Father of the Bride' in Beals Auditorium Friday and Saturday Night no

., 'aMI

Class OIIS JunIor Presents the home of Mr. and Mr Al

Cody in Klsslmmee Sunday, L.
Comedy Here I March 8. A potluck dinner !
preceded the business session.J .
Warriner "Hlnk" Smith
The Junior Class of Oaceola of St. Petersburg chairman of
School will the
High present
a federation public relations
hilarious I comedy entitled )Ii
committee received approval
"Father of the Bride" by Carline .
of his plan for a committee
Francke Friday and Saturday
conilstlng of permanent members
Pace TV.--The time I I. 8:16 both nights 1
five area associations, plua
(Asterisk indicates event open to public) It has a rather large cast current president of each asaociatlon .
which Include Jerry Johnson and the Round
THURSDAY, MARCH II. 1>64OrRoM as Mr. Banks; Gail English Dance Council of Florida and

Circle Field Trip starting from Bart Memorial Jonl Logsdon a* Mr*. Banks; Florida Callen Association. .
the bride; Bill Hanklna the Prime function of the committee ,
Library to Leu Garden, Orlando : a.m. i. Li
D I-Card Party, Klsslmme Woman' Club 9:30 a.m. ClubHouse groom. Other are Gary ls to oversee public.
Streetman Pet. Edward .
tlon of the association monthly
D-St Cloud Rotary, 12:15: p.m. Mary Jo Shreckengatt Sue 1 "Bow A Swing". _
D-St Cloud Catholic Woman'a Club Party 1 p.m. Parish House Guffie, Robert Lane, Steve George Walters presidentof
D-Catholic; Woman' Card Party, parish house St. Cloud Parker, Frank Marshall, Eu. the Southeast Florida WIN TOURNAMENT-Carl Riedel. sponsor of the Riedel>
gene Spier, Jimmy Marvin and Round Dancer
trophies to the in
Program bostesu 2:30 Tom Frieiner, Sandra, Warden Association and chairman of Mixed Double, U shown presenting Dinners
horticulture. Mill Elon Gulce, co- : last Tueadsy event They are, left to right, McGulr.
.m. and Sharon Teffeteller. the state square dance convention Eva BUIingley and Wayne Gal.
and Marlon Rice, first place;
D!St.?Cloud Hospital Benefit, Quit Games 7 p.m. Community Miss Betty Kirk drama In June, reported on l. (Photo by Ry)
breath <
House teacher I I. the sponsor and progress of convention plan. *econ __
oNueoo. Chamber of Commerce, 7 p.m. faculty advisor Robyn Story
D-WMU St. Cloud Baptist Church 7:30: p.m.D la I the student director ', bonnet being made by mom'hen.
.-.Kliilmmee Elementary P-TA Elementary School 7:80: p.m.0St. Admission Is 60 cent for ARCADE
Cloud Women' Missionary Union First Baptist Church students and $1.00 for adult.. ORLANDO MARCH 18 Th'eir effort will be Judged
7:30 Internationally recognised asa and prise will be awarded. JIM
D_St. Cloud Masonic Lodge Hall 8:00: p.m. pianist at 84, Byron Janis Reservations are to be made THEATREKISSIMMEB era)
O Klsslmme Elks Auxiliary-Lodge Hall 8:00: p.m. BAND TO DISTRICT will be presented at the Orlando with Mr*. Erford Woods, 8472769 Otl
D Maionlc Lodge St. Cloud 8 p.m. CONTEST SATURDAYThe Municipal Auditoriumon by Tuesday, March 17. the
O-American Legion Post No. 10 meeU at 8 p.m. Post Homeon HYPNOTIST, Brundell will perform here tomorrow under March 18 by the Central Weekend beg. March 13
Lakefront Osceola High School the sponsorship of the Rotary Club at Tupperware auditoriumat Florida Civic Music Associa FRIDAYSATURDAYSouth
D-Narcooiee Chamber of Commerce Symphonic Band under the 8 p.m.BYRON. lion A native (If McKeesport C
D Florida Symphony Orchestra Concert No. 4, Auditorium, direction of John Jamison Penna. the artist received his Trail Burt Lancaster and AJ
Orlando' will participate In the district training In New York City, Ava Gardner in
"Tammy and the Doctor" .la
D-Hibluui Circle with Miss Louise Thomaion 8 8. Orlando contest Saturday, March 14. made ha played in 1960 and 1963 DRIVEINTHEATRE
They will play three num. a comedy-drama to order In the Soviet Union toured SEVEN DAYS (I
FRIDAY MARCH 13, 19640St. ben "Brighton Beach" by for family audience, Mexico last year, I* currently
starring Sandra Dee, Peter ern
Center Lathan a well known English playing a series of IN MAY
Cloud JAC Beginner Spanish-Youth 10 a.m. Fonda Beulah Bondi McDonald concert ors.

D Club 12 composer, and two overtures with leading U.S. orchestras
Michigan Club-St Cloud Community noon fro'PLC.
0St Cloud V.F.W. Card Party, Hall. 7 p.m.o "Chant and Jubollo", by Mj- Reginald Carey, Own Margaret and Lindsay Alice, a* well a* reeltall.FRIENDSIlIP ORLANDO, FLORIDA SECOND! FEATIDE" pro
Veterans WWI Barracks 1068 7:30: p.m. Orange Gardens Beth a contemporary composer Pearce. fun
community building and "Symphonic Ov.r.fure" CLUB TUUH, FBI, SAT 12.1SSANDRA/ PETER J
D -St Cloud Put Noble Grande Club 8 p.m. by Charles Carter, the "SUNDAY IN NEW YORK"TO PLANS HAT SHOW FIRST OUTDOOR SHOI INC DEE /FONDA, vie
O The "Shamrock Roll" for high school students at the communlty arranger and composer for r PLAY AT ARCADE 'tHO'9 BEEN SLEEPING sec
houie. Muilo by "The Mysteries" the Florida State University The Friendship Club will IN MY BED?" TAMMY and DOCTOR tak
D-The "Cati Hop" for junior high students at the nigh band. "Sunday In New York" will meet for their March luncheon tltl but;
school cafeteria Thj band U srheluled to play at the Arcade Theatre meeting Thur.. March 19th DEAN MARTIN 7.00-11:05: Kit
D-Klisimmee Rotary Youth Benefit Evening Tupperware play their concert event at Sunday and Monday, March at 12:80 p.m. at the Episcopal "DONOVAN'S REEI- Hewo
Auditorium 10 a.m. before three judges i 15 and 19. Church parish house. The program 9M5 Only SUNDAY-MONDAY \
0-"Seven Days of May" and "Tammy and the Doctor" play. Oliver Hobbs, director at Leon It I I. an amusing, sophisticated will feature an Easter Cliff Robertson and tU!'
Ing at the Arcade Theatre through Saturday High School In Tallahassee, and fast moving comedy bonnet style show with the lesInt.
D-Choral Society, 112 8. Clyda Ave 7:46: p.m. Florida) Bill Swor, of Dupont baaed on the Broadway play SUN, MON.TUES. 1S-16-17 Jan Fonda ,
Q-"Father of the Bride," presented by 0113 Junior clan 8:1J: High School Jacksonville and by Norman Kraana. It I I. entertainment FIRST OUTDOOR SHOIINC
Ed James JAMS, pianist, will SUNDAY IN
of Brandon High for any type of SHRIMPIn "ALL THE WAY HOME" par,
SATURDAY MARCH 14, 1X4Ice School Brandon Florida. be presented at the Orlando audience. Both the dialog and 7.00-1055: NEW YORK b."STOLEN .
D- Cream Tourney, Shuffleboard Club St. Cloud 1:30: p.m. They have entered 16 soloist Municipal Auditorium March situation are spicy but never A Basket .
and eight' ensemble In 18 In a recital for member of : HOIKS".IS H
D-V.F.W. Quls St. Cloud. 7:30: p.m. orr en.1"..
D-Fleet Reserve Association Meeting American Legion Hall, the solo-ensemble judging.The the Central Florida Civic Mu- Starring In this MGM pro FREEZETTEDRIVEIN : OnlyWEDNESDAY. CLOUD-St. CLOUDFRIDAYSATURDAY :::
St. Cloud. band has just finished ale Association. duction are Cliff Robertson k"
D-Fleet Reserve Auxiliary Meeting St. Cloud Woman'i Club, paying a bill of over $4,000.00, Jan. Fond., Rod Taylor Robert MAR. I8ibAMILY air
8 p.m, for uniforms which have been ARCADE TO FEATURE Culp Jo Morrow, Jim / COUPON NIGHT I
Tohopekaliga Yacht Club Cruise to the Oasis. An over. purchased during the past two TWO BIG MOVIES Backua and Peter Nero Complete Prop-SB U Color url"MERRILL'S
righter, and one-half years. Pcllchlful Central Florida's Dining Mast Room ACK L N "" aor
D Annual Florida Symphony Ball sponsored by associate Friday and Saturday at the ii loo.t.d In th* MAIRAI'DERS" V to
board Auditorium Orlando'Chancel CLEANING PROBLEMSTO Arcade will feature "Tammyand ST. CLOUD HOTEL 7:00-11.15: .....''U....DERTaE: =:::. lee
and ...1...._... ..._....
D- Choir First Methodist Church retreat. BE AIRED the Doctor" "Seven ......"" n.. "NEVER 80 FEW" jec
Day In May". Director of the Florida *.....< ...11&.... 9:15: OB); 'IIMcf\l waPI
SUNDAY MARCH IS, ItU Dick Balr, graduate home "Seven Day In May", re. Federation of Square Dancer 10. New York A... S..-tllt urn_ VIT!.! 'f- tor
0 Ethical Fellowship of Klsslmmee, 7:80 p.m. at the home of economist from Ohio State leased this month by ParaMAtmt held a quarterly meeting at W Cloud" a s
Harry Ong' 'anger, eat0Revisal'ITT1rstC10tIst7RtfGliutdi ern.1 'CIt see t. University, and director of II a tense. exciting And I 110r
: i111Cil161d, State Association otrTUrida; provocativedramatitatieit-t : : '
runs through the 20th. ...,. Institute of Laundering and. the problem* the nation' would'- :r <.',, I;;'... ::1- R : iHt; ;; ; M

o -' Sl |Inlrw! .*; Monday Ge
.w program on "Problem Chil a group of the military
D-Orchid Show Exposition Hall Orlando Fair Grounds. dren" In clothes hierarchy, who might move In 'j !.h,
It will be held at the com. the manner of foreign revolutionary Ja
MONDAY, MARCH U. 1961>> munlty house from 9:30: a.m. coup eils

D Social Security representative, community house, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday, Aprll.2nd. Following on the heel of ., '" / 01t.
W ,
w th
to noon0Golden In the afternoon, Mary Beh. President Kennedy's assassination ? r
Age Spanish Class St. Cloud Youth Center 10 a.m. rent, staff home economist It hat an "It Could "ry? eya
D- -New England Club, St. Cloud Community Bldg. 12 noon with the Maytag Company, Happen II...." format It 1 '
O-Duplicate Bridge Club St. Cloud Episcopal Parish House, will present her Maytaif fashion stars Bart Lancaster Kirk .. CI
O-Rotary Club 12:15: Horse Phlpps, program show showing what can Douglas, Frederic March, Ava I' .
1:30: p.m. happen to clothe If not handled Gardner Edmond O'Brien and ? vi.of
D-U. 8. V. W. Auxiliary Hall 2 p.m. properly. Martin Balsam.
O-Woman's Society of Christian Service, First M.thodlltChurch I '
3 Susannah Wesley Circle hostesses ? 'w r.
D Junior Girl p.m.Scouts Troop 681, 8 p.m. 2530 Beaumont CENTRAL FLORIDA: CIVIC 1\1 ." isi
D St. Cloud Klwanls Parkview, 6:30 p.m.0St. r1, \
\ .
Cloud Lions, Park view. T p.m. MUSIC ASSOCIATION : J \,: enis
D Rainbow Girls, 7 p.m. ,
0-Troop 291 Boy Scouts 7:15: Scout Hut 1964-65 Membership CampaignA fuI
O-St. Cloud Union Tourist Club 7:30: p.m. t.
o-v.r.w. Auxiliary at Hall, 7:30: *.m. fortissimo value at a pianissimo price I asi
D-Explorer Post 291 7:30: p.m. 712 W. Vine 6 Concert $10.00 1 arIn
D-U.S.W.V, Auxiliary Quit at Hall 7:30 p.m. : ;
D-I. 0. 0. F. Hall 8 p.m. Renewal Deadline March 14.196i : \ <

D-Bethany Circle building; First Presbyterian Church 8 p.m. In educational New Membership Accepted _. ;

D-Junior Chamber of Commerce, St. Cloud Hotel 8 p.m. Campaign continue through March 20
D-Old Fashioned Dance, St. Cloud Community Center, Moose or la

D Masonic Hall 8 p.m.Lodge, 8 p.m., Temple, Dakin Street Highlight* GoUov.kjr's of Neil Season Boheme"are. e. Pontiac Tempest has a new 6 It] that's smooth, quiet, economical TI0:

TUESDAY, MARCH IT, 1X4D Van VlnUchgrr, Swim pianist

-G.A.C. Art Class St. Cloud Youth Center 10 ..m. San Francisco Ballet
D-G.A.C. Fabric: Painting St. Coud: Youth Center, 10 a.m. Other ront'f'rtlla process of negotiation' and 140-hp strong. But we know it won't be just right for everybody. a
0-Railroad Club Covered Dish St Cloud Community House,
11:30: a.m.DSt. Send your subscription to the
Cloud Chamber of Commerce Parkview Restaurant, 12

0-Esther noon. Circle United Presbyterian Church 1 p.m. educa.tlonal CIVIC MUSIC MEMBERSHIP So we also offer a very, very vigorous V-8.J&'w' & 326 cubic inches.

D-St Cloud building.Woman's Club 2:30 p.m, HEADQUARTERS cost.'J1IiIiJ

O-ItI..lmmH Garden Club Hart Memorial Library Program, Up to 280 hp. Modest extra
conservation Hostess, Day lily Circle, 2:30: ,..m.Klw.nI. 110 S. Orange Orlando, Florid
D- Club, Mrs. Mac's Restaurant 6:30: p.m. Mrs Kelly .
Lyons speaker ,,...rr. +rar rnrrsruxsaarssraa

Q Troop 295 7:30: Nazarene Cburch .
D -New England Club Meeting, St Cloud community house,
noon. Covered dish luncheon.

O-Dsylily Circle work day at the community house, 9:80 ...ta ".r flEverybody's
d-Troop 293, T:80: p.m. Scout Hut.
Q-St Cloud Woman'i Club business meeting Orientation of
High School auditorium. Through Saturday.
D Byron Janis, pianist", Orlando Auditorium. pie Music
members only


-Friendship Club luncheon, 12:30: p.m. St John's Parish
House, featuring Easter Bonnet style show
QUAmerican Legion Post No. 10 meets at 8 p.m. Post Homeon
D_Klsslmmee Rtbekah Lodge No. 42, 8 p.m., Woman'i Club
building Q
D .ISAM Stem, violin, with Florida Symphony Orchestra,
Auditorium, Orlando
-"Light Up the Sky at Orlando Player Little Theatre LIGHTNING CAN

(tonight and Friday) STRIKE TWICEI happy.ROONCY .

Coining Events Suppose Bghmlng struck your home. The

EVERY WEEK second kit could be the biggest when you gel

Dally, 8 a.... until sundown Gatorland the bill for repairing the damagel' let Insurance

Dally.-Public Zoo Lake Front Park Klsaimme pay the bids. See us today for oLrlsk "Insurance Sat year wtkociesd Pisoae desIse far I wide choice et Md.Trsctr sad .sod used an, .....
Wednesday and Sunday, 2:00: to 1:00: p.m -Gock Museum,
st. Cloud on your name.
Dally except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium,
Orlando Tuesday through Fridays, 10 .... to I ,..... PONTIAC BUKK, INC.
Saturday and Sunday, IKK: to (:00 ,... Planetarium Mann & Frakes Inc. 10IMNUTTST1HT XJMtMMH aOftBA
showings 8:80: and 8:30 P'". Sunday Special Band Me- ,
Nally model of moon ca display through March 81. w. L "au" 111A1@l
until 4:00 except Saturday Sundays and
Dally 8:00 am p.IIIo ,
rteae 84MM1
holiday*Tupperwar Museum Kiasimmoe Ill tree***, .

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.JIM ROONEY AND GEORGE REYNOLDS left l ) greet visiting officer of the Jamieson AIrcraft Ribs. 38
Corporation at Tuesday's demonstration of the Jamieson Model J a* Klsslmme airport
Others pictured art D M. Lackey, president, J. H. "Jim" Trebllcock, executive vice president, REG. 4f< FRESH GROUND DAILY j.Ib. Family lock
the pilot, and Charles Jamleaon, rice president In chair of engineering. I

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(Continued from page 1)) I
erned by a board of 7 direct. Coming! Events I i i
ore, three of whom would be so Extra Top Yllrl Stall.' I..
from the local
among group
providing the initial financing MARCH I ,. 1 WITH THIS COUPON AND PUS.CHAU 01
funds. 21-Mill Osceola Pageant, Tupperware auditorium 7:SO p.m. teal tose' eec
Jim Trebilcock, executive 19-Osceola Golf and Country Club barbecue, Civic (youth) PFii''si' : Ii

vie president, declared that Center, 7 p.m entertains _ _ _r _ ....'.a" ..
secondary financing hat been 24-St. Luke's Baptist Church KAST. Meeting + '"
taken care of, that a suitable begins at 7 p.m. r-t AT ANY WINN.DIXII
building will be provided bvKiaslmmee 20-Political Rally, sponsored by St. Cloud Town Hall, at St. ., g
interests andleased Cloud Woman's Club, 7.80 p.m. ... .
He said the first Issue of bonds SI-Political Rally St. Cloud Woman's Club, '7:30: F-tt. I ISI -
would be at 7%, but that future -Lions Club entertains KAST, Meeting begins at 7 p.m. J i J
issuea would be at 6% or APRIL
less 50 Extra TN mills\ SIMM
7 Erica Mortal, violinist, Central Florida Civic Music Association
Auditorium, Orlando.
common stock of the company -,

be kept, he In laid escrow All money until it will Is MAY TOMATOES ICE CREAM who1i s. 'td'chicken I
Junior-Senior Prom at Tupperware
clear that a start can be made. Baccalaureate service for 1964 graduating eI.... Tupperware Sov Jttr 303 Con eae tees kUMN tent
H* said it was his' hope that AY ANY WINH-rjIXII

temporary the firm could buildings be operating at the In JUNE ;; 495; I
1 Ij IjLIMIt
airport Economically operation within ,thirty the will manufacturing days supportsome Graduation for OHS Class of 1964 Tupperware 9 ? i:

80 families, in additionto height Is quite adequate for seat occupants."A I Extral To J
the management team, at comfortable seating on long flush riveted all-metal I wow tS order I1f met eon,.... No finer ke Cream Anywhere llh i
least far the first year. Projected flights The full width rear aluminum monoooque structure WITH THIi AND a
growth would point toward seat Is easily accessible as is used for strength appearance tee pee rail. .lee's !
employment of 200 factory well as being comfortable to low drag, low main Gbocolete{ Eclair l ;I ISae
employees, and by 1965 Ita occupants tenance and economical con
a gross sales figure of $10 mil "Luggage apace, accessibleIn struction. The stub center section te.Y Mull for ,
lion, Trebllcock said flight, Is under the rear is integral with the fu... j I SAVE 2Vi< EACH EVAPORATED (Llmt 8 cons p>*o") AT ANY WINN.'XII! '
Rooney complimented Terry seat and aft of the rear seat loge to save weight, mount the |II I I .,
McCulston of Marathon Aviation back. The diagonal shelf aft main landing gear and reduce | Pet
and City Commissioner of the rear seat has suit and costa while :making I a Very I Milk 81SAVE .
George Reynolds, who made hat hanging provisions rugged structure. The abilityto e f ;
the Initial contact with the The instrument panel Is be able to support and move 1i J j 'i
Jamieson company In Ohio conveniently arranged with an airplane on Its landing gear 20 ALL 50 Extra T.. ,.... s.....
eight months ago. A numberof the Instruments grouped on with the wings removed Is a PURPOSE Unit I ,with S3. order or morel) WITH THlI NG M iiiI
meetings have been held in the left side, In front of the decided cost reducer during )
the intervening months, Roon pilot, and radio equipment In manufacture, overhaul and repair Astor i Derllel san --
ey said, culminating in Jamie- the panel center. A large capacity Oil..LIAR 49' !
son's appearance at the Yacht glove compartment on "Tupe Certificate Number Ural
Club within the past month.At the right hand aide provides ASEA dated July S, 1963, was ''g 1- AT ANY WN.'XII, !
that time Jamieson for Iadl,,' Issued by the Federal Avla. J
pro ample room maps
vided the following descriptionof purses, and other personal tion Agency for our Model J2 SAVE 20* MAZOLA > (Umlt I with, S3 order w amore) 1: Il
his plane I items that are desirable to .Lib Alrplan.. This Is the ba. :
"The Jamieson "J" (technical have handy In flight A center sic Type Certificate Issued for
Model designation J-2-Lib) console extending from the Instrument this model. In the constructionand Corn Oil I .".'LIA' 69' i ,
Is a single engine four-place panel down to the licensing of the first production MbtriTMVtJMSUM*
enclosed cabin all metal low nose-wheel well can be usedas airplane, additional
wing full cantilever monoplanewith alternate radio installation equipment, improvement and WITH TW1 COUPON AND rVNCHAtfO
an SAVE 20* GOLD MEDAL UmI/ I with $5.00 order If!) ... .
a retractable tricycle area or for a dual radio features are being added to or more eve N ....Loll Msaf
landing gear. Tail surfaces are Installation. cover production changes and I IIHlaOHHTHI f .
full cantilever for low dragas "Cabin soundproofing Insulation addition over those Incorporated "
well as to present a sleek reduces engine and In the prototype Flour 5 LAG 39; N..t..e Mean Sane
clean appearance. The wingsare wind noises to comfortable The Jamieson "J" can be 1i AT ANY WINK' -DIXII
equipped with large single conversational levels. This insulation operated quit* economicallydue /1
slotted flaps for slower landIng also help to control to its high performanceon QUANTITY RIGHTS MSIUVtB-fPlCtJ" GOOD THRU MARCH 14TH
speeds for operating in temperature In hot and cold relatively low power a* eYle.eiiie .T..M MM,.,.., IM<
and out of small fields. weather as well as to krp out well a* 1 low fixed coat The I
"The/cabin has two doors, engine heat low Initial cost I Ie reflected insubstantial
one on each side, a convenience "The Uled. retractable saving of depreciation MEitriTnVilHStMHFresh
factor for easy entrance from landing gear electrically actuated '.and hull Insurance WITH This NG MiiW(s
the walkways on the wing but has manual extension charges Per an annual usage '
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The cabin has a 43" maximum provision In the unlikely of 600 flight hour per year, Flo, Gr"A" .
inside width with ample head event the power means does total cost I* 11145 per air. -S IV t Or....
and leg room for uncrowded not function. craft hour and 7e per air. Nee tees Ueae
seating Front slate are Individually "Flaps are manually actuated craft mile. This break downto APPLES EGGS AY ANY WI/N( .II
adjustable for poai- by a control lever located 2e per teat mile or 1.k per _
tion. Floor to seat cushion conveniently between the front average load factor mile* (

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MY GAME IS SLIPPIN'' Orange Gardens Jottings

SINCE WE ADDED. ,. Osceola High School

THE POOL To Chorus Entertained ClubAll

THE CLUB those who attended Weber, of Millford, New ;?.
.4 ,1Il meeting of the the ..,. Mr. and Mr. Bauph
will make their home
Garden Civic Aaoocl at aw l
anae S. W. Mth St., Miami
their IM **''JJ''
enjoyment of the p00 Mr. Bob Eby sang "I i L,T,

Page Four-The Gazette, Kisulmrneo, Florida, March 12 1964 High School Chores which pro.enled You Truly", with Bobby Geh
MINE TOO a delightful\ musicalprogram. rest at the organ
The group and their Mr. Alfred B. Ayres of 128
a eNTR'f J Sandra DeaK n* Thacker Av. returned horn
Deserves Reelection Miss
lrlo WHO d.rector
i ,, BUT are due a hearty voU of last Friday p.m. after being a
,, thank patient at a local hospital far
It promises to be an Interesting year for State f CARES/ There are many Interesting several week.

Senator Irlo Bronson, who is faced with oppositionfrom event scheduled In the Dulle- Mr*. Fred Harrison, the

a Martin County Democrat and Republican, and tin during the current month daughter of Mr. A. B. Lendve
DressIng of 705 George St.
Cancer returned
example the
n' thus will have to campaign almost continuously from For Croup, Pine Needle Cr.I't.era home to Minneapolis last

now until November and the General Election. Shuffleboard Croup, and Wednesday

ti However, we believe his record-which will undoubtedly Needlework Guild All these Miss Flora E. Auch I I. a

,. stand him in good stead with Osceola and c\ program are designed to rive patient at a nursing hem
after pending several
benefit to
pleasure a* well a* week
Okeechobee County voters who have known him longest those receiving the efforts of at a local hoapitaJ.

-will also be impressive to the voters of Martin 'r .. \ theN groups. Mr. and Mrs. 3. Harry
4\ 11 Bsughan, Lopeman of 161S W. C.therIn.
Lewis Raymond -
County, which was added to the district as a popula
I son of Mr*. Sara Skinner, K4- St., art patlenU at a local!
tion-equalization measure when the legislature was re- IN 15 LT t Immce, and Mr*. Connie hoipital.

apportioned early last year. 9 Spratt, of Miami, wen unitedIn Eighteen resident of the
We have not found Irlo to be a publicity seeker; he -. matrimony Saturday, Garden went to Brown'
7 Rev. Bill Trailer Park for a day of fun
March 7, at p m.
Is not the "flashy" of candidate.But .
type William of the First Methodist and shuffleboard on March II.
his promises are realistic, and he has consist Church performed the Miss Edith Spencer of 1723

ently worked hard and effectively for the best Interests ceremony. Oak St. I I. visiting her sister,
Mr*. Baughan i I. the daugh Mr. Benjamin Stillman at
of his district and of the state. He has several Island.
ter of Mr. and Mrs Evan Merritt
notable accomplishments to his credit which have not .

only served well the state at large but also his district;

the Diagnostic Laboratory is in Kissimmee due in

large measure to Irlo Bronson; the Boys School is in

Okeechobee for the same reason. Wesley Love, Orlando; one both Klsslmme Her mother,

In the last legislature, he was primarily responsible i laughter Mr. Charles Hooten, Laura Goodman, St Cloud.
for ending the rather senseless system by which \\\7 ilarksburg, W t Virginia! j Two sisters, Mr*. James Hu-
cL also 4 grandchildren. bel, Aurora, Illinois and Mr*.
I Palm Beach County Included in its boundaries almost \ Funeral services were held Harvey pickron, St. Cloud. The Technical Side't

I all the water area In Lake Okeechobee, benefiting excessively 7li; st 10:30 ..m. Sunday at the Also five grandchildren.
from distribution of state gasoline taxes : Wesleyan Methodist Church, Funeral services ware heldat A funeral director' professional work
; --.J""h. Intercession City, with the 2.30 p.m. Sunday from the can have a comforting effect: on the familyor
I based on area. As a result, both Okeechobee and Rev Cecil Shaffer, officiating, Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. the reverse( The extra ear we
Martin Counties will benefit. ,. >> "-1. assisted by the Rev F, R. B. B. Williams, Minister of -
Not the least of Irlo's value to the three countiesIn .. >>. : Birch and the Rev. John Wire- the First Methodist Church, take in performing our professional dutiesIs
man. Th funeral party left officiating. The Casketbearers one of the most appreciated: feature
his district Is Ills years of experience with legisla Editor, Th CisetUt slmmee Itself was a* wide Sunday afternoon for Clark- were Messrs. John E. Carroll, IA:MIl.. of our entire service,
tion. He served in the House from 1940 to 1952, and First, let m* congratulate awake, a* attractive, a* for. burg, where final services were Joseph E. Harvey, Sam L. oltDeaor
went on to the Senate In the latter the re- one and all on the new look ward-looking and a* aggrealve *- to b* held with interment to Lupfer, W. Glenn Ray, Raleigh ire
year upon of the Gatett. It I I. one of the a* the Gazette has be follow In Floral Hill Memorial B. Roll and Hulln\ R. Snyder. .()UIIIIUIII
tirement of the late N. Ray Carroll.As most attractive aUndtrd for. come. Park. Grissom Funeral Horn Interment followed In Rose

a Senator, he is well liked by his colleagues, mat newspaper I have ever Although 1 must admit that wa In charge of arrangement Hill\ Cemetery Grissom Funeral RIEDEL

both from the city and the rural constituencies. lie seen, no matter what its circulation I prefer California (Northern *. Home wa In charge of
weekly or dally, California, that h) to Florida, arrangement 24 NOte 5thaImsAMtuZaeKZ
has served in several in the 1 1sliva
responsible positions Long experience In the 1 pent many pleasant year CURRAN WILTON BLOUNTC. lot I MM I I milt
Senate as a result of this liking and respect.We magatlne field, which hu always In Klsslmme and learned to BROADWAY DRCGTOURNAMENT KIIIIMMII rtonoA I IPhewt
hope that sectionalism will not become a been ahead of newspaper love both It* people and the Wilton Blount, retired HELD
In field of wild of lake around cattleman and farmer of Kem-
major factor in the Senatorial district now that it Includes the makeupand beauty per County, Mississippi, died Bert Everett and Joel Redenbaugh -
layout, certainly .how. and to the south of It. I've first In the
two counties (Osceola and Martin) with at hi* home early Wednesday, placed 517.5155
approximately The content, too, Is interesting always thought It unfortunatethat Class A division of the Broadway
equal voting strength. What we all needIs and Informative and with It* setting on such February was 26.H born April 'I, 1888 In Pharmacy tournamentheld
the art I.I good. a nice take that Kissimmee at the KAST court Tues-
effective representation. Today this best
can come Winston County, Mississippi,
In short, It'. a first-rate job should be to drab and commonplace da,. Second were Wayne Gal-
from and dedicated incumbent Irlo and had lived\ the put 43 year
our experienced ,
; In every respect and everyone but maybe the Gssett In the Blnnsvill communityIn breath and Ercell Wright
Bronson, whom this newspaper strongly supports. associated ,with It bat a right can fire the citizenryInto Kemper County, Mississippi.He In Class B Clara Gerke and 1. (
to feel very proud. making the town match was a long-time deacon of Louis Hudson placed first
Now to leas pleaaant things. Its natural heritage some day. the Scooba Presbyterian with Sam Crist and Albert
k This paper does not exchange My regards to all o( you Church and a veteran of World Halstead coming In second.
Central' ? with and keep the food work. '
Zoning Change subscriptions anyoneIncluding up War 1.People. ,
the other paper First thing you know, you'll In the Klaslmmeo
within the same chain of seven have to build a new wall In area will\ recall his marriage

There's no reason-in our opinion-why the City the office to hold all the to Be** MOllIe In Klssimmee,
I did want you all to know awards you'll win. to his Into the BONDSDEBENTURE
Commission shouldn't change the toning on the Central just prior entry
what a high opinion I have of Sincerely, service In Itll.Su"lyor. .
School property, and we believe the School Boardcan your product. I only wish Kls- Max Norris are his wife, Mr*.

feel confident that any reasonable toning change Bes Moceley Blount; two son

which may help in selling this property will be okayed. Wilton Mitchell Blount of BONDS BEARING INTEREST AT i
Clinton Jacksan, Mississippi
We do not, however, believe the City Commission an and d John Raymond 7 % PER ANNUM, PAYABLE MONTHLY

should change the toning just yet-nor should the Blount of Eufaula, Alabama 1-
and William Poll
Boon om a
School Board ask them. daughter-in-law Esther Jan two sisters, Mr. Truman Salter TO COMMON STOCK,

Clinton Bass, (4, of Boggy Pollom, all of Kissimmee. and Mr*. Jim Barrett, both
Zoning is designed to protect adjacent property DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR MAXIMUM '200-
Creek Klsslmme, founder of Funeral services, were held of Philadelphia, Mis H* had ,
owners from erection of unsuitable structures near the Bas Dairy and memberof at 1:30 p.m. Saturday from the six grandchildrenn.Funeral 000. FIRST ISSUE. SUBSEQUENT BONDS ISSUED
them so much as possible. The only satisfactory way a pioneer Central Florida Grissom Chapel, with the Rev service were held -

to do this in this particular area-where churches family, passed away' Monday B. B. William\ Minister of the Wright at 10 am.and Ferguson Friday from Chapel the, UP TO 500,000 BEARING INTERESTAT
morning after a lengthy Iliness First Methodist Church, officl-
flank one side, residences a second, and business prop. conducted by Rev Jack B.
sting Caaketbearer w e r e 6% NON CONVERTIBLE.
erty the third aide of the triangle-is to consider the Born December 4, 1899, In Messrs. Robert Allen, E. P. Scott, pastor of Mt Salu ,

application to change the toning after a buyer has Osceola County, the son of Ned, Kenneth Roger, Murray Presbyterian Church, Clinton,
Dr. W. W. Steven of MissIppl !
Mann Baaa and Mary Nancy *-
actually appeared and the desired use can be definitely Yates Bass, he was a lifelong and Roger George, Henry Smolik T. ,Simmons Jr. Presentation College, Clinton and Rev. Aircraft Company relocating in Kissimmee
determined.This resident of the Klailmme Wm. S. Blanton of St. Paul
of the Flag at Osce
Church Jackson manufacturing aircraft and allied
is the busineas-Uke manner in which most area.A. ola Memory Garden warcourtesy Presbyterian compo-

city toning changes are now made and we see no he war'veteran a member.f World of Maklnson-War t, Poet No 10 Maklnson, American- Legion Canon Mississippi Interment war' In Lakewood nents. This opportunity is good until April

reason why the School Board should receive different Carson Poet Number 10, American Grissom Funeral Horn wo* In Memorial Park, Jackson. 15 1964.
treatment. Legion. H* war a member charge of arrangement ,
of the First Baptist MAYMEE CORNELL
By far the beat.solution, of course, is the purchaseof Church Florida Cattlemen's ARTHUR NATHAN LOVE Hl'GHEYMsymee Address
this land the site for its Hall- Farm and inquiries to:
by City u a new City Association, Bureau Cornell (1
Arthur Nathan Love, S3, Hughey, ,
Utilities Building, with room also for downtown parking one Silver\ of Spur the organiser organisation.of the prominent Intercession City of Hllliard' bland Kissimmee "Aircraft" Care Kissimmee Gazette,

facilities and eventually the fire station. Funeral service were held tithes, passed away suddenlywhile passed away suddenly Wednesday Box 931 Kissimmee
Now that three visiting in Orlando Friday morning. Florida, 32741
impartial appraisers have come at 4 o'clock Wednesday from evening Born Jon 12 HIS. In Hart-

up with a valuation we urge the School Board and the the Rev,Criseom C. H. Eiland Chapel officiating with the A native of Upshur County, ..11. Alabama, the daughter of MoM, heW bi escrow In keel bank until '200,000 In ......ntvr.* sold
West Virginia he bad Ed Cornell and Laura Bain .
City Commission to get together. asaisted by the Rev. Jimmy R. been a -
resident of Interceosion City Cornell she bad been a 1'1I1-
Cot, Minister of the FirstChristian
dent of the Kissimmee
for the past 19 year areaover
Church and the Rev.B. .
Now It Can He 'u a member of the 40 year
Be ToldIt B William*, Minister of the
Wealeyaa Methodist Church She was a member of the
First Methodist Church. Caeketbearer -
and war a retired sale manager First Methodist Church
Meaar John C.
is unusual for a politician to publicly announce Carroll W.* B. Llewellyn, Elwyn for a wholesale grocery Survivor Include her hus
M. A. Lonnio
his decision to retire from office and then decide to Myen Bill Perry, Raleigh concern. Hnghey,
two ..... Gerald Milton
Hagkoy THE
B. Roll Md Survivor Include hi* wife, DIOCESE OF ST. AUGUSTINEand
run again, because it smacks of IndlspensaDOity. Preeontation T1atodo"1tb"of the Flag at Call Lillian Len: on son and Ralph Edward Baghey,
We think It Is a great tribute to J. J. Griffin that Ooceola Memory Garden eour_ I ---- -

he was able to do this and remain" unopposed and toy Nakl..os-Car.oe Post
therefore virtually reelected to his position u State Number 10. America* Legion.Criaeom SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPHand
Funeral H... wa .IB
Representative. charge ., arrangement. ONSTAGE
We do Nt think (nor does J. J. we're sore) that

We know, however, that he is-like Irlo Bronaoncapable. Dr. Robert they. FBoa. M-D.

.- Qualified, experienced and effective. And 7S, of 111 Brack Street, Kla- HYPNOTIST HOSPITAL FOUNDATION

his withdrawal In early January brought forth so simmer preealneat retired. AHo / tSTAR Olt

much genuine evidence of I local and state-wide regret diaaa physician for whe 4* practiced year, passed m I. MENTALIST / 16gct w+

at his decision that h. decided to again offer himself. away In a* Orlando hospital Extend an invitation to the Publicto

'""r The results speak for themselves. Our congratulations Thursday evenlag after several CAN MuttflL0.Rfroues
week Illneea.
attend the
J. J. Bora April t IMS, n Clay
Coati Indiana, tk* ass of Dedication and Openingof
I Martin Lather Polkm and Em-: MIN/// HMMIOVISC/MT1F C I

r THE liilllJi""nee.cette Uy BOOM Follow We attended HYPNOTIC (XPt 1 tF 1
publie school ia Clay Coaaty,
graduated from Indian Medical i: .
AL CODY DAVID WEST BOB CODYPnolianer Cotleg bt IM 14 took I
Editor Editorial Dtrcrter poet graduate ...r1I1If.. /Iyp ST. CLOUD HOSPITAL
tale University, Mayo Clink
A JOHN H. FERRY NEWSPAPERSecond and Chicago University. 11*
had been a resident of KieeinvMO I

for UM post 14 ,..,... i
at Poet Offle KUalaune. Florida, FREE. Columbia Avenue and
else postage void at B. wa* n member of the ADMITT Fifteenth Streeton
S2T41. PubHakWI every Tkoraday at Stewart! Avow sad First Metnodiat Cfcwta ofKiaaiasaMO.
Ter V.,.. Street. K.....*. T.I.pboetIII.. Mall Addreea Byron Cox Feet

P.O. Boa MI. AaMrican Legion Ctnwfordaviae. ,.*
General advertlaljtg based 41ft apes rate of ... per ae.U Rae Indiana Darlington FRIDAY, MARCH 13- 8.-OO PJVI. THURSDAY, MARCH 19,1964 ""
rat ., JM teen lodge No. IK, F A AJL.DnrttngUn. .
Local *4vrtiainc bated on or column
with ndjnatmonU for eoulat racy t4 II'". Claetiflod a*. Indiana and tko TUPPERWARE AUDITORIUM at
vrUinT M per word; clashed dlaptaf,nnoer contract f 1 SI American Medical Aeeedatkw.Survivor .
I olai tack. >\*'., tnclndo. his wife 1.00 Adah. SOc Chlldrrn 2:30p.m.
I per Meals Lynrk PoUem; OreogranJckOdre
BabecHjrtU price or aafli WIt nor 'year;; S asontn ft-M. I *} Roeru Jan Rotary Youth Benefit Fund

yean 17.00; kjr carrier. JO per week Pollonv Robert lUrtin PeOoaa.

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Citrus in 'Race for Space', Minute Maid President Says at Tupperware

Full-Scale pealed to Florida1. grower to the seemingly andlao row CALL GERTRUDE with
encourage mere ettfs processors of other fresco food .la not new or want ads-available
I to "dswttop fol-ae.J* an encouraging. siu.tto i, and night and day Phone 847-
How Will Big e'k% t 6s :MarketingUrged marketing capaMHtio* m order will ,,0r.t bettor without a .

P Here to compete wtth new great deal of Intelligent, argreeslve -
USDA Cut product that are enerfcacWug and comtrucUve activity I
on already limited freezer on the part of Florida' CALL. .
A cv*Iteej* to provide tile"thnet" space citrus Industry," I
Affect State? or UM citrus tndnadry's Parks Furniture) Co.
: "Ti 'Rae for ..*.. do-
i "..* for SpsK*" WM scribe very concisely MM of Allen Conner I* a patient at 'or heap leper of Yew
Issued to Florida's citrus the major problem In MM Industry the Medical Center, having ttftKHIATOI
J By Doric Conner glower' here Thursday by today-tk* problems of suffered a broken ankle, phone 147-4171
Commissioner of AfrlcultBr i Benjamin H. Oehlert, Jr.. beating eompotlUon .Into the ,
president of Minute MaW freeser cabinet* of AII'I"' ea'e
I IVt been witching for some f V, Company, upetmarVet where abnoatTO
;j report concerning possible effect Oehlert, speaking to some per cent of our shires
I in Florida of the preif.dent's tOO citrus growers attending product are sold." Oehlertsaid. BUILDING OR REMODELING?
r propossl to reduce tile r .r the annual meeting of Florida "Th preriott few Inchs .
U.S. Department of Agricul Orange Marketers, I no. at the allotted to fr *en citrus We would like to assist you in planning

ture's budget by more than :Tupperwmr Auditorium, ap product a* compared with your telephone service. Be sure to include -
I one BILLION dollar In the ;; T'
I B coming fiscal year starting 4 the convenience of attractive extension -
t July 1.
The most Important result, f CUSTOMTRACTOR phones. Telephone your nearest

, I believe, hi to do with screw I FTC office.
worms and li of special Inter- WORK
I eat to Florida' livestock In-

reported In the March
liiue of Farm Journal a tar rtLMKTTO RAKING

I ing of some $650,000 annually .=--, .C!.
II expected by dropping the DEALERS WIN GASOLINE a Tupperware sales meeting held here this week dealer were AL TREHESCH: .

J screwworm Inspection atrium awarded "tanks" of gasoline as part of the promotion "Tanks for Parties" Shown above are, Phone 8 n..532'RI. fMA TELEPHONE CMATION
I long the Miulsslppll river to Beutah Smith, who' won 40 gallons of Texaco ,..01111.. J. D. Hatilon, who assisted with the .

I the Gulf. The stations were presentation Vida Gould, Su'Wan'Nee Sales Tupperware distributor Adrian Boris, Mayor, who 2, Hot 432 Klrulmmc .,..."...., "'........ ...........................
activated In 1959 to protect" drew the cards that designated the winners, Suite Cretan, who won 80 gallons and Jean I* Rlc>,
I Southeastern states from .!'t. winner of 80 gallons.
, ether Invasion by the dcidly

t pest .
Florida has been relying on eooeoooeoooooeoeeoooeooeeooooeeoeooeoeoooeoooooooQOOoee

those Inspections to prevent e
screwworms from getting another .
foothold where they can
survive through the winter and :
spread northward ....In. It eo
cost us several million dollars .
(and USDA an equal amount) e .
to Wipe them out In the cooperative .
eradication program of .
1958-59. The Gazette,Klsslmmee, Florida, March 12,1964Page Five .


subsequent outbreaks Big Beef Surplus Prompts : .. e o
to the north of us were attributed """

the Southwest to Infested which animals somehow from Nation-Wide PromotionBy I ee

escaped detection at the Inspection .
line. Quick action by Doyle Conner ture." L AN
our State and Federal livestock Commissioner of Agriculture Also reported is rumbling OW '4 AS OPEN

officials, however contained .. This Is about beet We hare all over Russia about shortages S N SON E'FR ee
the outbreaks and prevented plenty of it, but the Russians of.high quality bread and 'RLOFNOS
them from spreading. don't Thst's another reason flour. : "U.O : f.10U1 O F
But every project like that Is you can thank your lucky News In food trade publications
costly stars if you live In the U. 8. Indicates more and more IlE'IlES ., I\ONSON
Screwworm eradication In and not in the USSR. farm commodity producersare o of I am e
southern Texas has been doIng When a commodity Is in becoming aware they must p e0ple IRLO BRONSON for Cur hnt/ 0Yid
a good job. But I don'tthink short supply you don't put on engage In advertising and promotion e err the gtsieture .elrCtlon, to the n 0da
enough time has elapsed able nation-wide campaign to In order to Increase has \ d e he "1oJJ non InfnY e f
since the last case was monthsago reported promote its sale. But U.S. beef customer demand for their : trio O. \3Tonn\:; nlyeere of th tivie end I *- !e. bid!
thereabout 2 Mi" Is the American 0 \ \
plentiful so products.
: :
to give Assurance that National CowBelles, ins Is This trend Is especially Interesting e Ol'Ceo\a9, Y OT earn toe !
Florida and the rest of the planning to give It a big to me because It o d B letirl\ c :
Tcel the .
1 I 1"--, '' Southeast Is free. of danger boost confirms the need of many ; \n 1 Zlin:the :highest lee lot Pi1&S: ; : ? of i
from that source.Several "
I Florida's Mrs. Alto peel Floddti / '
own Florida agricultural! producersfor the veal \
e \n De. :
at errW"1
months more, Adams, Jr. of Fort Pierce, the services we have been for serving hal :by the theetclud I

sure least,screwworms is necessary won't to appear make elected rice. president not long neveioplng and expanding trench the aecommtttee crtri aonAll r-sssat P will no ,ft '
ago of the national CowBelles during the past three years 0 flue every \
again In southern Texas with twenty tOn.\II\ h
organisation Is teaming up In our Division of Marketing time on which of o
,,, YOllll '
the advent of warm weather one (r.
with Mrs. Leo Wilhelm of \n theCommittees
In a talk to Ohio Vegetableand o
If they 'ahow up, eradication Wheatland, Wyoming to be e Le 3cfttur 'yr / .
Potato Growers Association aic\aTY f eli
effort fnoit Ye
t teller! \ n is topped too early up. toplan co-chairmen for a campaign,to. and the Ohio Agricultural e \ theu 4lawy'nonorcd by T\\ a' 1: :; : 1\
dropping the inspection promote the 1M4 program of Aisodttftm, Al' Morton of etclustvely wee him\ their P :
on Mon
line In fact, I don't thinkit "Beef for Father's Day." It Louisville, Kentucky, laid It : 1967 \3TO they elected : e
should be abandoned as long will be a joint project with on the line, according to one when h0 has o
the Beef Industry Council of produce publication, "The Benetore genets Mr
as screwworms exist between
the Mississippi and the Pact the National Livestock and Parker" : de yearl \\n WleTe.oU :, : e
fie, and until a barrier along Meat Board. Said he: "The grower must puctngehie 1h' sea : :
cOn\rn\\ :
the Mexican border has been Housewives will see posters think retail today," and added e 't h \ a =\ck of :\ jsABTculturo ;: t :
permanently any re-entry from at meat counters urging themto that growers must act like 0 served anllA'v chairmen\ c h .,
Mexico: into the Southwest. serve beef at home on Fa msnufacturers t o promote curren\\1 soli nrnu .
California farmer arell'trolne ther's Day. Restaurants will their products with consumeradvertising. tit. \\. \I ant committee ltobe-Ahl Ie to j. e
to wait for a labor crisis be featuring a slogan: "Bring Citing accomplishments e oth ene.m theBenate nwes dyOUrAU thl I
to develop' when their supplyof DId In for a Steak" of the steel and e \ with ison a on the And jdaAA .rn rojnl .
Mexican labor Is no longer Father's Day this year, by tobacco 'industries in carrying merged ode etrof I A t0 e
available after the end of this the way, will be June 21. their message to consumers, when th' pestb be\n K'wh\ch t onaUte thro Pprcrjef'Yoursgeln .

pire year.( next The Law December Bracero 78)) It" due SI.programPublic to! ex ABOUT Now about THE the RUSSIANS Russisns. he they To aid are.Illustrate, ""we are what bigger he than be- .: BMus honyalatly'\ ; : '".: the hie Ben t:! n:it w wh\t nme\ to rpJtI; : r;;:1 ::n;,tmn:;d '21'lfflrt .ho when :

Reverting their traditional, Recent Indicate hives should be do- memhehouse'f j0me forwAr were
report. they growers h' : .
only to .ui.Counl; .,
opposition to any attempt at have been having another very 'Ing, Horton cited an example 0 hers of the also ; :it rdmpajtn, And
cutting off this labor source rough" winter following the of a grower who brings 100 0 mom \1 a SS;ctth XS'a" : ,-, Ollt and "wAlrnl- m
California farmers have decided bad one last year. Figures loads of sweet corn to murket Brun lOn } t\ e
f .
to fare up to "realities" and gathered by the Central' Statistical without previous commitment.If 0 \. \ \\II\a\.or a a"d \I ch. 0
do something about It how Board show that In no one la promoting coin, e"e vetrrenm'committee' t"n IC'J'rtly.
An Intensive recruitment program 1963 some 1H" million head of the outlets csnt get behind 'it vennterim tOCo"\\\"t. .': .!f..q..nnONS e
for qualified domestic settle were "liquidated" by teat enough to move It, no esveAgriculture sS ';n.tor; N e
worker I le one of their objectIres. Soviet farms because there matter how 'low the price Is. f \ 'i. e

was ne need for them. That S
As reported recently In The number I. about equal to ALL PREPACKAGING e
Packer, California stab offl- the beef cattle In Florida eo
dais bars been asked to makea On the other band If one 0
Besides the heavy cattle
of the outlets Is Inftrmed In 0
of labor needs county
survey slaughter, there startllrg
was a -
by county, crop by crop advance so they can advertise 0
reduction some NV4
It, they could easily dispose *>f .
and month by month. rotor.oration ,
million pigs In IMS. Same rl f ( eS
Is to be gathered also too IoadLKllown S
Insufficient feed.A .
on progress of mechanisation, reason i notes as one of the III.UOII' .. .. .. 0
more recent report -- '"
and what domestic "orkenwill pioneers In fresh vers
expect In wagt, housing, ante The meat largest shortage and best In table prepackaging, Horton 0 KEEP r

transportation etc. supplied store! GUM has described himself ss a growerof IRLO iRONSON A liriLONORISIDINT :
Higher labor cost are expected 1300 acres of vegetables! hI : 22 YEARS
advised western embassies It
: and grower want the Florida the Carolines and SERVING YOU IN OFOSCIOLA .
can ne longer furnish themwith YOUR
survey to Include Informationabout Kentucky 0
agriculture's sblllty to steaks.Ambassadors The Georgia Peach Council. TH STAn UGUUIUH :
meet them. Some observers and the Red has been told by one of Its : ._ STATE SENATOR _
believe adoption of a universal aristocracy have the No. 1. former presidents H must give .
domestic labor program Is priority on any goods availa more attention to marketing. .
practically certain to result In ble. But when there Isn't any Edgar Duke ef Fort Valley e
higher prices at wholesale and to be had a priority doesn'tmean told the council recently the .
retail levels for fresh fruit a thing. GUM sees no state's peach growers still 1'" "h
and vegetables.Nevertheless. relief "hi the foreseeable ,.- have a long way to go and S .; 0

Ute spokesman --AI "we're got to hOlt 011..Jn1 eS
for the grower* Indicated their back op In marketing oar I eS
new program I* a sincere effort product
of tgriealur Harrell Talk And the Canadian Fruit
en the part l le iiM'f' ',', e.
to help solve smemploynieiitproblem \ Wholesaler Association Is it.rcleplng fi
In California and hi a comprehensive. planof
other part of the nation. On March 17 public relations and promotion
Their labor recruitment U t* advance the sales of
expected to .it nd Into other of Jackeonrltle fresh fruits end vegetables' hi ; j

Ita&H.A' .It* recent annul mt- Teacher 1., C president*Harvest Sectieti.of, the YEA Retired, will- Canada. i VOTE MAY 5th rF

l Ia g, the National Peach Coon- address a m..tieg of 1M Orange .
ell was advised that Florida Cent Retired Teachre !We Are Your .
ii. "earlier" hi production .
Organisation/ .* TWaday,
and aoctarino Flor
aoache March 17. at I ,." la the I 0I
...' begin arwtd
harvest ess Denier
won ahead of CaN- eonssonlty room on the S .
April 11.
Sooth Ca.... floe .f the First Federal
fernia Georgia.
geese. a4 Loan Association e
Ibis and Alabama. H wen not .

... Taeoe elate soy drew Mkfing end Msgnoti, center Are Church, Orla.Street.... ,,,mnmR

of their..i4-oeaew early varieties fruit hi favor L. A. CJrft, areaideftt of UM KEEP AN EFFECTIVES :

Ale asonttenoo1 weee |.- .." *t...* said OereolaCeemry #fr<,.,*..,* ..

'ttnioewtrato**.. It poach of*.processing..a. sew read,,.eell t* ..Owe retire fefermatiow!of teacher the snerttaerIt will 21 r"U"-II.., 5.."... : VOICE IN THE SENATE !

to obtafci re-
reach starlet to tewhet' with
fsrdtef Ue ctwrlol *-.4-
junta.P11rJt .
rang wee of the lesMtka retirementyenalo :

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'Asterisk ....* Mr .U'*ajwfcrtag CwfteA1t .. da mmli. Paid PoHtfeaf Ady.rttf/ .iiMfrf. PaW F.r By Comf crtfn Tr..Mrr>.r.I !

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Elks to Elect New

Officers March 17

On Tuesday evening March ICE
: :
,\ ;i>'>ijj,,;" ',,!,),;;, 17th Kiulmm Elk Lodge
'If"'' :
I "
will hold the awuul elirttan
of officer for die Mc rear
19644ft during the regular /CUBES

lode meetfe*. Officer te be
chosen include ciaMed rkr. ,
leading knight, "loyal knight,
Page Sit-The Gaictte. KiMlmmee, rlortda, March It, 1W lecturing knight, secretary: STICKING?
treasurer, tiler and fire-year

Capt. and Mr*. J. Frank Bill Ingram, Rene Bronaon, tnutee.
Colllni were weekend guests Vane Baae, Teada Toppino The installation of these
of Mr. and Mn. J. L HuUhin- Boone Schweikart, Barbara new officer will,take place on
IOn. Capt. Colllni li now |U- Jean Velhman, Bill Cephart, Tuesday, April 7, in special
tloned with the Air Force in Boyd Sprinkle, Linda Smith, ceremor .*. All local member
Washington, D. C. Isabel Bartholomew, Jannl are urged to attend theae two
Bill Stanko, student at Troy Partin, Jean Barber, Regina meeting for the good of the
State, ii spending Ua across Smith, Barbara, Thomas, DietU order. Nomination WIN
ter break with bli mother, Adams, John C. Wilder, : called for on both Tueeday, i
Mrs. Jane SUnko. Eddy Odom Terry Belter, March 3rd, and again on Tue. G
Elizabeth Preratt, Blanch day, March 10th. 4f,.' '
Dr. and )In. George Curry Krclger Eileen Dimitri, El- '. -....... .
art visiting Mr. and Mra. Noble fried. Plmttri, David Morris, ,
Seamen In Canterbury Lee Ann Bennett, Jim Green Jilt rIse II aid v.1"Frigfakiaeltlea"
Terrace. Dr. Curry la atocl- ough. Best wishes to each of Police to Sponsor ,.

ate publisher of the Methodist you. Tolent Show Here let tr1)1 AISOLUTD.Y fREI.lImsl '
Publishing House Mr and Mra. V. O. Wager j ;
Mr. and Mn. Wayne Miller spent the weekend In Nassau. L A talent show, sponsored by rtE
and IOn Weyne HI had short They went on the S. S. Flor 11 the Fraternal Order of Police, Stop struggling( with hard to-get-out --'
lilt with Wtyne'a parenU, ida.Mr. ] Kiulmmee chapter 34, will beheld let cubet-cubet that shatter and ;;ff.
Mr and Mra T. W. Miller en. and Mn. Lee Baker, April 24th at 7:30 p.m. lend l
route to Chicago to attend the with Mr. and Mra. John Jonea ATTEND MEETING-Member* of the Beta Epsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi attended the at the Tupperware auditorium Just bring{In your Ice trays(any kind) FP.
annual American Mosquito of Sebring apent three days area meeting of the sorority held this week at the Robert Meyer in Orlando. They are, left to Proceed will go to the youth wall 1 be glad to frigid*Ire-con iJ} y'
Convention While there haw recently touring places of Interest right Mrs Bill Hasty, Mrs. Jennings Oventreet, Mr*. Dick Luzadder, Mrs. Robert Guynn, program dition"them In I matter of minutes! -
.i elected to serve aa recording In Florida, Including president, and Mra. John Spencer. (Photo by Eby) Th show will feature "The
secretary of the aioelation. Marlneland, St. Augustine and Virginia! Boy*" of channel 9.
Six Gun Territory. The local talent will be judged
Mr. and Mrs David Wood. Union Tourist Club I Symphonette and taped for a future appearance .
Birthday I congratulation ward, 1633 Oak Street left Presented to Club on the TV show
this week are being lint to Sunday morning for Atlanta, Those interested in appearing .
Johnny fuller, Raleigh Rolls, Georgia to attend her father's Elects New Officers in the how should contact
Pauline Payne, Bob Cody, funeral They stopped enrout The KII.lmlllelSmphonette the police department.
Micky Yates, Fred Dyer, Jo- at Tallahassee to pick up their again presented a program at Ticket may be obtained
anna Muller, Mary Lee, Ralph aon. The annual election of officers report the secretary, A list the March 3 meeting of St. from any member of the Klilmmee *- APPLIANCE
Dale, I. Brooks to Union Tourist Cloud Union Tourist Club. Police Department.AMERICA'S GEHRETT
Clary Nancy Murray and Joanne Schmidtand serve of regulations baa been adopted
McAllliter, Ralph Edward daughter Karen of Gainesville Club during the 1984-65 term by club directors but haa Luther L Harris, conductor,
Yates, W. C. May, Joe Over- visited their parenU Mr was held March S. Officers not, aa yet, been voted on by and Jean Donahue, soloist, STRENGTH
street Jack Allen, Mildred and Mra. Robert Schmidt last elected are Clarence Ralph, the commission. Fifty new gave an excellent performance. Part of America' real 24 Broadway Kissimmee, Fla.
Jeco, Cole Overatreet, Mike weekend. Murray la a student president; Eugene Treesh, vice song books have been ordered.A Maurle Walters, master of strength la the confidence that
Hanaell, Elizabeth Bailey, By. at the University of Florida president; Mra. Eugene Fleu- panel sign will be installed ceremonies, gave short introductory w* can and will take ear of
ron Mclaughlin, Robert Rao when he la majoring In architectural ry, secretary! Eugene Fleury, tot Union Tourist Club. remarks to Introduce ourtelre And that' when
Rose Bronaon, Marion Tindall, engineering.! treaa; Rev Robert Schwenk, each number. The program included U.S. Savings Bond com In- :
chaplain; and Mra. Vera Bo- The Stan and Stripes they help In strengthening .
fin, pianist Forever, March Slave, I've both family and national financing :
Cooking Is Fun Mra. Eva Wright, secretary High School Told Every Little Star Mount- I .
ain Airs My Fair Lady, Rienrl
summarized the year's projects
The long talked of shellIng Elects FourTh Overture, Our Director, Queenof AVWVWVVVWVWVVVVVWVWNFUNfflSHIONS
I of the stage has ben Sheba, Melodic Caravan and
Cake Mixes Good but
Oeceola Student Exodus.
are completed at a coat of 278.48. : High
The old movie screen has been Council In the last meeting The St. Cloud High School
Nothing Beats HomemadeBy removed. The Michigan Club elected four student to go to Band will present a program ,
contributed $25 toward the the FASC convention In Tam at the Club meeting March 17
"" project. Permission has been pa on April 2, S, and 4. and on March 24, the High
obtained from the City Com The people elected to go are School Glee Club under the direction
Barbara Griffin Lapferr soda and salt add to creamed
; mission to extend the stag Chris Lohman, Steve Thacker, of J. R. Wad will en
r about four years a mixture alternately with ice five feet. Judi Poeejr, and Pan Dym- tertain. Last program of the
'friend of mine has been asking water beating well\ after each mek. Jose Jardln and Donna season will be presented by the
Membership In the Chamberof .
for this chocolate cake addition. Bake In two paper. KInney, Osceola High'a foreign Golden Age Club on March 81.
recipe First one thing and lined 9-Inch round pens Inmod.rate the Commerce annual donation continued was madeto and exchange: students, will The weekly dances will continue We've all the great fashion looksof
oven (350)) 80 to 85
:then another has kept m* also b* going. through April.
minutes or until dona. Frost the Boehme Fund. One hundred
from taking the time to alt the in collec-
cooled cake with this Chocolate dollars WAS donated to season our new
-down and copy It for her. It
the Shuffleboard Club
,really la the beat chocolate Satin Frosting. Don't for. the of to resurfacing help. tion of Summer Sports Wear
cake ever, It la tender andmoist get to add about I cup cherries defray the boards.expense Flowers were GRAND OPENING

and appeals especiallyto between and i cup chopped pecans. lint to Mra. Grace Ash ton's ; and Swimsuits. <
the layers for
a special
the men and boy In the funeral. Mra. Athlon was atone 1L:3
treatChocolate FRIDAY-SATURDAY
,family. When I bake the cake time secretary of the club.
just for us, I usually do not Satin Fretting Two large aluminum coffee 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ;
,add cherries and 2t 1-ounc square untweot.
perana to the urns were purchased. Minot: .t\\\
,,(tiling because the boys only toned chocolate,, ii ,1:.? replr were made. An inventory + Come choose from a wide
1''\,kit that part out, but for t cups sifted confectlonentsugar of the content of the :Tessie-8 Bargain Spot ,
company or a covered dish t' A e Community House ha been H 'ii wonderful array .of tops,
supper the cherries and p. 8 tablespoons hot water completed and compared with I '
nine dress this cake up.I 1 egg the Hat of purchases kept by (formerly Sperry'. Bargain Spot) i1 U pants, skirts and'uits: in
got this recipe cut of one H cup soft butter the secretary Much time has fabrics of
of the women's magailnee 1 teaspoon vanilla been consumed In the determined rw easy-care every
several) year ago "Better Melt chocolate In mixing effort to devise a policyfor MEN'S WORK CLOTIIES-DRESSES color.Carrying .
Homes And Gardens", I think. bowl over hot water. Remove the use of the Community HLOUSES-SWEATERS-BATIIINC SUITS
from heat. With electric mixer
House sine the Union Tourist
Feathery Fudge Cake blend In sugar and water. Club la the only club whkh SHOES-TOYS-OTIIER ITEMS
I cup soft butter Beet in egg then butter and la concerned with the furnishing
I It cupa sugar vanilla. Frosting will be thin and upkeep of the build. 8 Mile South of Kissimmeeon
i "seen at this point, so place bowl In ing. Vice-mayor Ruth Ferro
21 1-ounc squares unsweet ice water) beat until of has been most cooperative IIwy. 17-92
ened chocolate melted spreading consistency Will
I 21 cup sifted cake flour frost top and sides of two 9"
li teaspoons soda layers.Do .

I teaspoon silt try this recipe soon. I 1 trdm. : rr au ? I'D1ko3 .
11 : 1.
cup. water know that cake mixes are .
Cream together butter, sugar very popular and pretty good,
eggs and vanilla till fluffy but there I.I nothing like real
I (beat five minutes at high butter cake then you want
I speed on mixer, scraping bowl your family and friend to TRY FORD'SAWARD
occasionally to guide batter savor every bite. Title cake A
Into beaters or beat five mln will take about 20 minute Such Nationally Known
sates by hand). Blend In cooled longer to bake than .a mix but

chocolate. Sift together flour, It la well worth your Urn*. Brand Names As .

Intercession City News Petti Catalina

I Miss Mildred Overrein to WINNINGRAC Frayne Mayfair Tailor Ship 'n Tee Shore

Serve Unexpired Term Mendota Queen Casuals

I Roxanne
Bobbi Brooks

;,, Mr*, D. C. Owlet Pennsylvania In S degree below Macshore Marina del Mar
aero week.
The March meeting of the
Civic Association held its Mrs. Tessl Cox opened
monthly station last ''... .'. Bargain Spot" on "Mister"
Monday Styling in
Capri Pants
In the school dining hall with March tUl In the Gulnnan by The Voyager
Rev H. R. Krelder presiding house opposite the General df
The devotion wr conductMi Store, carrying on the business WINNING
by Mra Kreider who read formerly run aa ,...- SPORTSWEAR MARKDOWNS
the dish Psalm after which ry'a Bargain Spot" ,
she ltd In prayer. Mr*. May Sprague spoke at
Miss Mildred Overrein we the Alliance Youth Fellow THURSDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY!
ejected. by acclamation to All ahlp Sunday evening. Mr*. TOTAL PERFORMANCE
the uitexpired of Mia
term Spragu who la now 13 year
Inea Rlckard! aa aemtary. of
age, was a missionary In -
It was voted to donate the -
Sierra Leone, West Africa
serviceable clothing left from One rack, including blouses
for many year raw M ...... bye ,
the sale to the deatitut ..
rummage .
The daughter and famllie r.e'wrwtwe.e shorts, skirts, 2-piece'sets
Haitian who MF
suffered PRICE
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of Ralph Swingl hen returned 4 e..n M Yw 2
loaa from the hurricane
--.. and swimsuita!
Mr. and Mrs George p dro* to their home In Btnghampton. ..---

were recent guests of Mr. and New York and r.-...... ...... =
Mra. Sherraaa Gifford Honeedale. Pa. Before they ......-
Mra. Nellie Ramaey r*. left Mr. Swingl entertained ......- -

turned awrtk Monday after' at an outdoor' neighborhood s.WS.....esr..rsrw.ra.- .-....
epe ding Mm time with hrtepdaigKter ..,.
Mra. Edna picnic -.--....... Then entire
The Horn Convention held s+,sr..awerwrn remaining stock

Kamhotit Mr. and Mr*. J. C. PkkreJl at the Chrittlaa and Missionary .wr J a redFord 10 1 % OFF of ladies' sports wear 10% off
Alliance Church bat week
bad dinner with Mr. and Mr
Hilton Wheeler on Sunday wa well attended. Pledge and ran up one of the biggest winning streaks outetandiPf AmbiMy. faadabMy. ride and regular prices for these three

and later called on the D. O. cash received toward the com In racing nWory-aod raced: aay. with Motor rtiponsa-flol only wmsracM and award, but days only!
f School
pletlon the Sunday
Owlette and the Harry Chamberlaina. Annex Trend'' coveted "Car of ttw Year" AMfdb also win Mendl Come in. driv a total per19b4l !
Fads 11ft total! (wfamwnct-Fanri torment* wtane at your Ford Desires semi
Mr. and Mra. Jerry Sarnie Mr. and Mr*. George But*. !:!!

and drove and Lakeland Mra. ROM Saturday.Beck Jerry who have Beaks been haft visiting returned the to TEST-DRIYE A TOTAL PERFORMANCE IINNER. AT TOM FORD DOOIH SCADS of SPANKING NEW MERCHANDISE

Mr. and Mra. George KernMi their how In California.
i of Sablnnrill Penna, who Mr. and Mr* Chart Vlnk from which to choose!
are viaitlng In Winter Haven and Mra. Ada Dick Tiaited ta
1 called on Mrs. Kenan' cousin' Lakeland bat Sunday,
D. O. Owlett, on Friday.

I ford Mr.went and to Mra.Haine Sherman City Glf-Jut nay Series btatned H Saving ta exchange Bond AUTREY MOTOR COMPANY PERSONS INC.

week. for Series E: Bond, when current ,
Miss Virginia Richards income I* That

y,, granddaughter Mr, and good to remember when rtirmmt *> tMl u OfBftOAftWAT PtlTMMil n... .7-MIA f ; 101 BROADWAY
Mr*. Mark Pidcoe, reached: time com**. 847-3731 |


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New Books Addedto Registration

Band to Compete the LibraryThe Books Opened

TIL 0 following new book Registration Boob openedfar
In District MeetThe have been added to the shelvesof the May Primaries. beginning
the Hart Memorial Library, March .. They will be
according to Mary HtnseU, librarian. open each weekday, Including
Oaceola High School 'will compete In baton twirl. Saturday until April 4, 1N4
Band will enter the District I lag Anton ucd, Clark Hartley The Land Breakers John at S p....: Monday; and Wednesday
contest la Daytona at Mainland ; Campbell, Davis, and Farmer ale) The Senate Journal, Allen evening from 1 till
High School on Saturday; Drary; My Darling C..... 9 .

Th. Gazette, Klsslmmrs, Florida, March 12, W4-Pag Seven f March 14. Besides the entry of The ensemble* are braMqu.rtet saline, Jack Fiahmani; Houae Detwtay P. Purdy, Supervisor
the contest band In concert, Without Roof, Maurice Hind. of Registration\ will be at
and alghtreadlng, there will Conner Pyle Vfc-h- *.u.; John F. Kennedy, President th* following place* during
Garden Club News be X4 aolo and fin enaemblM. man Roger; trombone quar Hugh Sidney) The Spy the period of Urn:
tot, Bait, David Magimsson, Came In From The Cold, Jehn St Ctsud-Each Wednesday
band will Dymmek; eaiephem Quartet LeCarre; A Savage Place and Friday through April S
The play Bright .
Chairman Beach" by William P. La Ward, Antonucd, Porter MaiHaka Frank Slaughter; Don't Knock from 9 tit 4 at the County
Staging Busy tham, "Symphonic Orertur | woodwind trio, Vkh- the Corner Off, Carolyn Glyn; ; Building) and Friday evening,
,1a. by Charlie Carter, and "Chant man Ribley, Reed) drum bonator Wind From The Carolina, April 3, from 7 til t p.m.
Getting Ready for Show aA a and Jubilo" by W. Francis tet. Chltwood Conner Robert Wilder; Cooper' Creek March 17-Holopaw from
Mr .th. Dickson and Farmer. Alan Moorehead; Hurray For t ill noon; Kenansvill from 2
b,0p The aoloa are Higgins, Judges will be Oliver Hobb Me, S. J. Wilaon Run Me A ill 5 (John's Grocery).
By Sally Coopcrrider Of Interest to Garden Club- t trumpetiPaul Evans, trumpet 'of Leon High School .Tallahas- River Janice It Giles; Arth- Mar l h 28-N.rroo.- .
Next to the Flower Chow ben: Cody; piano; | Ogletrea, bart: I see; Ed James, Brandon High title and Common Sense, Benjamin Chamber of Commerce from 0
Chairman, the moat Important March 14-15, Orchid Show, tone; Driver, tuba; Dlckton School and Bill SWOT of Du- Newman and even new tit noon Desent Farm. School
petition ii that of the Star Exposition Hall, Orlando Fair horn) Cooper tuba) Chitwood, pont High School, Jackson- children's book. Building from S tit I p.m.

log Chairman. She, along with Grounds. 1 i ........_. .w.s__.._... The f 0 Ilowi sue rills
her committee work very April ..t. African I lolet 1 Lady Bus DriVr TWICE YEARLY
closely with the General Chairman. Show Haines City Garden n
And they hart been busy, Club Bldg. Seminole Indians Logs 81,600 Miles Owners of Series H Baring
With blue prints and tap When watering your Aial- Bond receive Interest check
measures, Mn. Walter Thom. bas be allow the Mr*. Rose Padgett has been
curt not to from the Treasury twice year
aa, chairman Mrt. Stephen B. water to get on the blooms, Topic of DAR MeetingA driving a school bus for the ly Interest avenge S 1/4,
Miller Mn. Arthur Elmer, and this will came petal drop. Osceola County; school systemfor percent on bond held to maturity. .
Mra. Wm. Sussenberger have Now I I. the time to 51 yean and Is a loyal and .
formative plant completed.The Keep annual free of pent program on the Seminole tlon. A copy of Juvenile Com dedicated driver.
Community House will indeed bloom for continuing flower- Indiana of Florida was preaenUd panlon, published In Boston I* During her 61 yean she has
be a "Blooming Circus" Mr. and Mra. Lewis Baighaa by; Mrt. Grace Seymourin 1827, was presented to the driven 81,1100 accident free
come April 18th. Ing.Check Camellia for mealy (Photo by; Eby; ) the Old South Dining Roomat DAR Museum by Mn. Hatch miles, transported 122,400
If you love roan, (and who bug, control with Malathlon. the March meeting of the Mmes. Irene Coderberg, passengen and has only been
doemt) be sure to drive by Be sure to look under the Joshua Stevens Chapter, DAR. Welcker and Sheffield wore ate to school four or five .
the home of Fred and Dolly leave Mrs Ruth Austin and Mn. elected to serve on the nominating time because of heavy fog .
Althouae Central and Orange. Happy; Gardening I I Baughan-SprattWedding RON Taylor added interesting eommlltet.
Their blooms art at the peakof fact and experience with Indiana The annual DAR book sail TELEPHONE COMPANY
perfection right now. Vows Recited SaturdayIn In Anions and New will be held March 21. Other INSTALLS I-WAY RADIOS
Local meeting are; Circle MeetsThe York. article will be solicited for KissimmM CUontn
March 17th, General Garden Billy; Cypress student at ..I.. On the committee in A two-wsy radio system Dry
Club. Methodist Educational Bethany Circle of the a ceremony marked by altar where Rev. B. B. Stetson University, tent his charge of the aalt art Mines, will be Installed by the Florida Snyder Sine 1918
of liam read the wedding row
Wing. 2:30: P.M. Program Con. Fist United Presbyterian simplicity; Spratt thank for the financial aid he Kate Shsnanberger, Christine Telephone Corporation.
servation. Church will hold the regular Miami and Lewis Raymond Tilt couple were attended by. hat received from the Society Humphrey, Sara Ahrens, and Ten of these units will be 147-3311 a'w
March 18th, Daylily Circle monthly meeting Monday at 8 Baughan exchanged wedding Ray Cody and Mrs Skinner.Robert and submitted a fine history of Ruth Ace.Hostesses. Installed In FTC cable trucks 100 Iryta I... Diiiviir
Community House 9:30: A.M. p.m. in the educational build. vows Saturday night Cehrett, organist, Seminole. for the misting,. construction and service units ...
. Work Day.March The ceremony was held at and Mra. Robert Eby, vocalist, The ritual opening wa con. were Mmts Nina Thompsonand along with automobile* drivenby -- -
20th, Clortoaa Circle ing.The hostesses will be Mrs. the home of the groom'smother provided the nuptial mode.The ducted by Mrs Byron Wright, Sara Ahren Lacy um supervisors In the Klsslm-
with Mn. Edith Soojr, Sampler Maurice Grigahy and Mr*. W. Mn. William Skinner, tiered wedding rake regent, assisted by Mn. Alice brella souvenir were made bMrs. y mee-St Cloud ana.Thl BeautifulInteriors
2:30 P.M. Member bring flow. E. Shrewibury.Mra. In Orange Gardens The brideIs and punch were served by; Welcker, chaplain; Mra Lillian Ahrens.Th will facilitate .. ..
: er arrangements for comment. D. Coe Love will present the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor and Mra. Hatch, chairman of Amer. next meeting U postponed phone service and Improve the
the program on "The Mn. Evan Webber of Milford Carl Kenton. (Icanlam. Mrs Grace Sheffield until April 9. all around efficiency; of this
Fist Bom Head," from the New Jeney. Following their wedding presented the meaaagt from department", stated Max E.
S study book "Be What You Floor baskets of white gladioli trip the couple will be at homeat the President General. CURRENT INCOME Wettsteln president and general Free decorating service
flanked the Improvised 3008 8. W. 28th SL, Miami
Are. In the absence of MIL manager of Florida Tel I'bo.e 8 n4U 1
1 H* I I. stationed at Miami with Frances Mandeville, chairmanof In tha market for "eurNII'Incom. ..
SPECIALSBeginning EXCHANGE STUDENT the U. S. Coast Guard Air National Defense, Mn. ."T If you own U.S. Saving
SPOKE TO JR. WOMEN Fellowship to Station. Wright tummariied the 1893 Bond Series "E", you Investment la U.S. Baring KISSIMMEEFUIINITUILE
', This Week effort of 'Uncle Sam to tame may exchange them (la |MO, Bond help to build "personal CO.23BROADWAY .
Miss Donna KInney; ax- Meet Sunday 'V oman'a Club the Ruatlan Bear with sweet Increments) for series "U" purchasing power"-and help
ROSABELLAGARDENS change student from the Island The Ethical Fellowship. of word and soft caresses," and Bond. which pay Interest b y to provide method of saving :
of Barbadoa was the guest Klssimmet will meet Sunday Elects Officers the 'cold' reaulta. Warning! check every six month that' safe and sure.

speaker of the Klastmmew March 15 at 7:30 at the were tzpreaaed against thtpreaent
: p.m. Officer for the coming year
policy of together
NURSERYwill Junior Woman'e Club Tuesday .
home of Mr. and Mrs. H.rryEnrl.nder. were elected by the KissimmeeWoman's '
night She Is now attending 632 Catherine St., neea.
be open for retailFriday.Saturday.Ssnday Club Tuesday; after- One new member was ae-
Osceola High School
under > Orange Gardens.The .
the student exchange pro speaker will bt Dr. noon.They; are Mr*. Robert Ford, cepted.given of A the favorable work accompli report was 's
11 to 6 p.m.Colorfulallortment. gram. George E. Bauchamp and his presidents Mrs. Nelson Makln-
ad for Honor Score
of ornamentals She told the Junior Womenof topic will be on a subject of son, first rice president! Mr*. recognl- Sl'tOre Town and Country
the differences and similarities interest to all Ethical men William Beckman, second vice
} between Barbadoa and her*. president) Mrs. Stetson T.". Flower Far All Occasions
ground; covers. the United States and answered All friend are welcome and er, recording secretary) Mr,. FOR LADIES
: Come for a visit to the many; questions asked Invited to attend this meeting Bob Bobroff, corresponding ELLIE HUGH'S
by the member and to participate in the activities secretary. Mrs. Harry Dale,
beautiful nunery under the Following the program refreshment of this fellowship. Die- treasurer. FLORIST
oaks You'll be clad were served. cession and refreshment will
yon The newly elected officer U ......? I1T-4III NOW OPEN AT YOUR REQUEST .. It ..
did! follow. will be Installed In May. I It.
Turn left off Tamps Hwy. Circle to Meet I Mr*. Rufu' 8uhl IntroducedMrs. t ._ WATCH FOR OUR ,. 's '\\I,,.,
NEW ENGLAND CLUBTO p. K. Weaver, past
at Drive-in Theatre, 2 miles MEET TUESDAYThe Mother of the Year" for KIsslmme Ii see bit s'M ...I.eryeee
The Either Circle of the
and Florida. She
to sign. reviewed
First United Presbyterian New England Club will
-Bill Wallai l of
Jerry Wise Church will meet Tuesday, hold a covered dish luncheon China" the biography of a 6iDAY GRAND OPENING SOON
March 17, at 2 pm. at the ad- Tuesday, March 17th, at noon medical missionary.Mr .
ROSABELLAGARDENS sectional building. at the St.. Cloud community; George Gardner accompanied
Mn. Norman Kriebel I* In house. Mrs. John Creates who Wo
charge of devotion and Dr. Each member is to bring a sang "0 Divine Redeemer" CARDS
Olive Fish, the Bible lesson. covered dish and table service. Mr*. Undsey Stevens chair 203 BkJADWAY 847-4727
NURSERYTel. Hostesses will be Mn. J. A. Following the luncheon buaineta man of the hosUts committeewas HUNT nnos.
Hildebrand, Mn. William Dowand meeting and program will assisted by Mrs. Carl
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847-4780 Mrs. Maude William be held. I Schmidt. Mr*. Jo* Oileibr.Mr I
r. *. Mary Richardson,- Mrs '

,,, Ketchu.Rufus ..Buhl. Mrs, Mathilda Mr. Clinton WI... '64 Chevy TJ Super Sport with V8 power

s. tars Mr*. George But Jr.,
Mra. Bob Bobroff and Mrs.Merle .

, Junior Women

,, Aid Club ProjectsFriendly % "k'

, rotations between ..y.. sew n..ww..u Nrwns uwJ1live'
Wo....'* Club of St. Cloud
and Junior Woman' Club were tea. -v
a further cemented during Junior
; Woman' Club Day. The
, Juniors, each: ;year at a par {
tkular Meeting present a
large gift er several smaller
e ones to the senior club In support .
9 of project er funds for a.
_","e..n... Al the Much
4 meeting the following gifts
were preeenUdj |M toward
the air conditioning project, a
large smlrrer for the new pow- and the to it
just place enjoy
, .. rMS. and u paper cap container .
with a year1 aupply *f

.. ,. cups
TIle Stain Prine\ ,with aaOrtomtal R
atmoepher, wit hvUrpreUd
ky Mr*. Earl Hensel
, WASHERNOtMAl Jr. Mr. J. I. OriffU III. with
her portrayaraf th* 'data*'
stage Manager stole lilt show
e and ....weed a great deal ofOpening
-w a crenlea w r*
-.4.) .*. kr Mrs. J. H. Wet-
ton, peas"-*t| Mia ZaldaHewsrakreU
ItYt.... *f r.11,. r
ten chainsaat Mra. Say Am-
tin, dirtaten. t* *.Us* aM, and
*r HOW ..... Aar *....| ,...,.... chairmant Mr*. J.
teed or ...*.** ........ Week *.... J. Grlffia Jr. .ask. 1I.w.1. B.Laogkrey .
#M' .........see... speed. subeUtoted a* ese
e lieUUUI and. INOtT WAM CTCUI Mary
..... .... e-. ten KMtaO Hsssard, PMUVytrantat : .1
.. ; ..... lyla,1 ..- ; v :
O d Sad MIL Mode Una.baagK Ii. .,Spiel...,. BW4Il del
..,..-... h .,. .....--. Chieag*; MIL Jack ere ,
seas a .na.ft.O IYInM Da... aad MIL liD," AaV Find out for younelf) what this Chevy flan really do. If tran nJaaIon. Both art optional extra cent, along with

./ week ......" ......... ..r.deeaee .. ...... .M*. XIc .... were guru them an bilk nearby, lath It fire them a rood going-owr, a Poaitrmctkm rear sale AM-KM radio, and many other
eeew sense fey tile Meeting and were wt4- Then lit it fir slow-moving l truck the run-around acxtworhw. And for all its flew power, Chevy II rides so

COMf&iI arub 1 IoU.WAcs i e.... ......... ..... by tile preeidnL Mrel With Iii new extra-cost V8 you Ned but fire the aowler softly It seems to glide along the highway, That's
Sw w"......... J. J. Griffin Jr, weleedMra. ate an Inch and this Super Sport win take mile ifoam U ha -mounted independent coil i-pring In
Wreak ezwtut 111 I WJC. David, a ........ And this great highway performer looks the part It the front and Mono-Plate alng!le-leaf spring I la the rear
member. plan ao well' A giant at lu Interior Wltherery thin jChery II SupMgport baa po

'SI.u.. $ and doorarprtin will ten you that. > Ing for It, it a DO surprise your CbeYToirt dealer
"= .ears IMiae 1 9 995 Participates In There'- TOUT choice of either the floor-mounted B7I 1* aniloua. to show you IU price ta$. Decaua
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that'a about it that Un't
MOOIU __ s Army Exercise Powerglide or 'our.. .d Bynchro-Me the only thing super

Amy ffC tibia R. Hew. THC QRCAT rHGHWAY PERFORMERS C .rrolat.C1.Ih.CI+*
LIMITED TIME ONLY led 11. eon *f M,. sad Mrs.Raa.kl .
4 A. Howard later. Btt gee tt pow Cltmt Skturtv

Meets*) CII,. MKkhated laCurcie
new Uamtog ei.rrU. I*
Seetbna Girnasy wtkb end.d .
Evwuu lire CLOUD ,... 11. 10 H........ A,.. JUe.J_... Ht. ,
Howard attended OaraeU ,
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Pag Eight--" Tin Gatette, Klssimmee, Florida, March 12, 1964

I Thirteen Osceola County Beauties Entered in PageantSANDRA I

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THE NINTH JUDICIAL, METHOD AND TIME OF .11.... shown .... d.lln..t.d on COURT In the Court of th. Elementary School News ring Rhoadei" clan and her

CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA QUALIFICATION OP th* Plat r:01 '::\ I.rlh aa filed OBCBOLA COUNTT, I County Judg, Oeceola el....
COUNTY IN CHANCERY WHEREAS, und.r tb* law of Oaceola County, Flor NO ..-- ftEc\r'E\ : OP C Tb. children have bttn
NO, .(44PRONSONI end ordinances. 0' the City orII'III.b.htll.'t" Ida In Plat Book 1, II IN RB-!: ESTATE OF HERBERT W MARSHALL [ working for
INC a Florida i I" and 14, and according t.Wt. OHM T LIVINGSTON DecelHd.MOTHH d......eI. ITo Panel Discussion Will on songs iprlng.
Corporation, : Cityof and Careon re-plet: of Block Or ivTEWTiON all Creditor, Legateea They are singing Peter Cottontail .
Complainant, : Klulmmee. Florida, on tha 1 It, md .. of Whittier aa filed TO MAKE APPLll''TlOJlf Dlitrlbuteei, and all I'eraona !!, Easter Parade Jesus
... : Hat day of March, I.... aalddat and recorded among the publlo FOR FINAL DltCHAHGB having Clalma' or Demande P-TA ,
& H. McLELLAN, *t *1. : being on the laat Tueaday recorda of oeceola County, Flor. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN against. Said Katate: Highlight Meeting Walked that Lonesome Valley,
Defendant. : and Ida In Plat Book I. pate IT. par.tlrularIy You and each of you are here and Nobody Knows the Trouble
Ir\I"o'W\ QUIET TITLE InwMH rltl"I't: wil' b. nsf... I deecrlbed. a* NOTICE U HERRBT!: GIVEN!: by notified and required to pre-
( or it IT sary for a MayorCommlailonerand to-wltt: hat ".m.. t V. Wlnland ham aant any claims which you or I've Seen.
THE': STATE OF FLORIDA TOl two City Commlulonere: to All that part of Oiceola Avenue lied III. Final Return aa B,. either of may bays against By Peggy Bradbury Rector' fifth grade are making The students in Mrs. PatRedgrave'
B H. McLellan and ba elected by the qualified elector abutting. Blocks I I. II 11; ecu tor of the Eatate ot John T. the N'.'1.1 Herbert W. Marahall A of teacher second
McLellaa, hli wife. If married of the City of Kleelmmee All that pan of Wlll'tamaAvenue I Jvlngiton, deceaied; that ha deceased, late of Oeceola panel and parent s most unusual Easter erg year room
reildenc unknown. If living, In laid general election t abutting Block I 4, I, II, At II has tiled Petition for Final Die- County, Florida, to the County will answer and discuss: tree. Real erg shells ar* filled were asked to write ttoriei
and If any of them b. deeeaaed, THEREFORE, BE IT RB- on the West and Blocka I, I, charge, and that he will apply Judge of aald County at hip: office queitlon and problem with soil and planted with about something exciting that
then their unknown hel re, device SOLVED that the namaa of all II A IT on the Lad; 10 the Honorable O. r. "ohn.on. In the Court Home at Klaalmmea pertaining
$ **. letateee, grant... or oandldataa for maid offices ahall All that part of Beulah Avenue County Judge :' O.ceola Ceun.ty Florida, within six cal- to th* school: at the aeeda. Th shells are hung on happened to them. This I I. what
creditor reildence unknown.Rondal be printed on the official ballot abutting Blocka I'Rro.L IT FlorIda. the Ith day of .nd.r month. from the data 0' monthly PTA meeting Thun- a tree branch Will be Interesting Ronald Zupcle had to aayt
C..r'I.! Bronaon and who have been requested to become on the West and 1, T, April, 1004 for .ppro..1 of earns lbs tint publication of thl. Notice .
Bronion, hie wife, candidate by written petition I* AII on the Beat, and for final dI.cha.rgs .. ox' Each claim or demand must day, March 12, 7.30: p.m. in the to watch the tiny plant I went to the Rodeo. And

whoa* addreaa I Is Pleuant, Hill signed by at nut twentyIve All that part of Jenkins Avenue Vt.fII a.tatq of John T. be In writing' and the 5 ehooI I cafeteria, Principal and blooms appear Thl I* in that wai my first time too.
Bond Oeceola County, Florida elector of said City who abutting Blocks 1, T 10 and place of reildence of.h.te claimant Lout Feuenteln announced \ And It
Amellua% B. Baai and are qualified to vote In said Lots I lo I, Inrl.ln I Block II This March, Illla and joust bo sworn to by the connection with a conservationunit was exciting, too. ButI
-_ Bail, hi. wife. If married, election such pell- on the West and Block! I, I / J \. llr V WINLANDEiecutor a\ his agent or attorney Representing the teacher th* group I II working on. lost ray cowboy hat I wa
: h..nt.
reeldence lItnll ':.n'bel If living Hone akall r."lIr with the I and Lots I to II, Inc.. In of the Estate of or will become vol'4according on the panel will be Mr. March i I. art month in Mr. looking for It and I pasted a
and If any of dcceaaea, City Manner of the City of Block II on the Fast; John T. Ltvlngiton, deceased to law
then their unknown hurl, dtvle ICIiilmmaa not later than 4:05: All that part of McClelland A... Murray W. Overatreet, Jr This tbs II day of February George But, Jr.. Mr*. Peggy Koonce'. fifth grad They lady She laid "Did you lose s

.en. l 1..1..., granteei, or credltor P. M on March Oth, 1M4 nue abutting Blorke 1, I A I, Attorney for Executor I.... Bradbury Mr*. Vivian Brinton Kayo drawn landscapes and cowboy hat?" I said, "Yei."
*. reildenc unknown BE IT REHULVED FURTHER All that part of Waters Street .P. O Box Ill aBrford Wood
Aurellu B..., a bachelor rail'dene '. that each candidate for the of' abutting Blocks 1, t, I dt 4 Klialmmae, Florida Executor ot the Eetate of Mr*. Jean Donahue, Mr*. Malt. madt magazine mosaics In Then the told me who took It.

: unknown It living and Ifh fire of City Commlailoner andMayorcommlailoner on the South; Mar. I, II, II, II 1184 Herbert W. Marshall, land Koonce and Mr. Sadie science, Al Moon mad a sex But I did not find it.
docoaied, then hie unknown All that of Canning. Street -- deceaaed
bun, de..le..., legaUe. shill qualify: t t.Jr the abutting Works 1, t, f A 4 on ,.J5TICB' TO DEFEND" Phillip R. Kelley Reece, The participating parent tant. And in social studies, the Elton Lanier wrote; I wentto

granteea, or creditors, reeldence particular office for which he the North and Blocks I I, I. T IN ETHJ1N( rC1JLTDlg uLRT CIRCUIT OF-I P O. Box Ill will be announced later. class visited Randy Roger's the fair and I rod. the ferrli .
unknown le a candidate, as now providedVKHOLVED I on tho South II East Monument Avenue The dIscussion: will be to wheel. It
windmill fun! All atones
open ranch. They th was
known saw ,
Frank C Johnion, aloe that Bryan Street JCAANJTI : UNrl1.r.1 Kleelmmee. FloridaATTORNXt'
.. F. C. Johnaon a bachelor, : FURTHER that Alib n'i'I: ct. I, I, T dt I on OF FOR EXECUTOR the audience for queatloni.We slaughter house, grating land, I got icared. I laid HELP

and reildenco If h* b unknown* ,adtthl'l' hie this Immediately resolution upon shall Ita take paieaga effect by the* II North on the and Mouth Blocks I I, II, It DA IAT. IN JR.CHANCERY., Plaintiff. OEORUB VS! ..ARYi H. Mar. I, It II, II, ISIS have five new cots and and rode the horses -HELPI! All at once it (top

unknown heir, d..1..... legatee the City of Klulmmee I Florida.Thla ; All that part of Cannon Street TRANCES JAY, Defendant: mattresses In the tick room at This week, the boys and lIed I wa* glad

.. grantee*, or creditor, re- Resolution ahall take AbuttingBlock*n'd II.Blocks 11 'I" Florida rICE TO to DEFFND MART FRANCIS The mate JAY of, IN THM COUNTYJUtMIES COURT Central building. Theae were girls in the level one through Judl Barrett gave a reportIn
dines unknown, It the North
affect *
1. Edgar: Fosworthy, aloe known adoption Immediately upon IT. II *; II on the South lot Armory, Ureeniboro. Alabama. OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDACA4E bought by PTA fund This nine classes hav been learning eI.... She I I. in Mr*. Judy

... J. B: Foiworlhy, a bachelor, The City ef Klulmmee Aerording to Fiat of Whittlar, You are hereby notified" NO. HID group alto purchased 14 large about string instruments. Music Davit' level even room. She
: : that a suit In equity for divorce IN RE: ESTATE OF :
reeldenc unknown It living. it J. Adrian Itovle Iliad. and recorded '
and If h* b* deceeeed, then hie III :Mayor-Commlailoner publlll "ord. or 0.001. 'boun. has been brought' agaInst you byUFORiil OBKTRUDE U MeUOUQALL i: pedestal fan. to be placed inclaiiroom teacher, Mn. Jean Dona spoke on "What I do to Help

unknow heir, devlieei, legal*.. ATTKBTi: to. Florida. In Fiat Book I, H JAY, JR In the Or- Deceaied *. hue, told of the origin and development my Mother every d.,." She
artiness. or creditor., residence Roy E Hanaet ll and 14 and according to cult Court of the Ninth JidiclalCircuit 'TO CREDiTORS Our sympathy I I. extended viola aid I Mother
Manager Waters A Careon re-plet olHlock in and for County of Oeceola. NOTICE of the violin, : help by everyday
Unknown!:,. 4.. ...., granteea and City. I'll 'Ino,, of Whittier a* I Htete of Florida, and you To All Creditors, Legate. Die.trlbuteee to school librarian Mr. Jerry cello, and the double bass Mrs. In the morning before I
other claimant under Mo... The. above Reeolutlon. 'w. filed and recorded among the ar. hereby .ummoned. order.d and All. Peraona Phay and her family on the
lent her violin to I make bed
and required to file written Claim Domanda Bradbury so go my
Kali alio known .. M. Rail, adopted by the City Commloiton pubilo record of Oiceola I Counr. your Having or
deceaied of the City I of Klaelmmee, Florida I Florida, In Plat Book t, pone aniwer or defeniea to the Com- AgaInst Bald Rotate death of her father Mr. J, J. that the children could have s and help my little liter get
Oertrude L. Kti th* widow ot In regular meeting aeiembled plaint flied lI.r.ln agsin.t. you You snd sach of you are Crum.
Noses Kali, reildence I unknown, on tl dy of February, 1114RESOLUTION The ..ld portion. of ."..Ia. Is, the above .nlltl.d caue. la notlfl" and roqul..d to pee.sent We have ands flnt person experience with sitrlnged drened.
If living, and If she b* deaaed NO. 1-44 roadi. avenuea and/or alley lieoutside the. office 0' the. CI.rll 0' the any claim which you or a very proud Instrument She pl.,. (Continued on page 9))
then her unknown helri. devle WHEREAS, under the taws the corporate Itmlte ot Circuit Court I. and for 0..01. either ol you may have agaInst very new grandmother at
..., legaleea, granteea. or credl and ordinances of the City of any municipality In Usd001.County Counl. Florida. .t hi. "ffice I. the shale of Uertrude L. Mo- our Mary Bryan building. The
lore, reildenco unknown Klealmmea lie general electlona FlorPeraon the Court House In Klnsinunme' ougall, deceased late of Oace
H. M Knit, reildence unknown are required to be held on the Intereited Florida on or b.fori ths Sub day ola County, Florida to the grandmother i I. Mr*. Lot Griiom. .

if than living hie, and unknown If ho ba Ir diseased.. devleeee : laat Tueeday In March of each and be.b heard the .ttm.P and a of.copy Aprl'l.of A luch I) ISIS nnawer and or to defeniupon. nerve. County Klailmmee Judge. Florida of aald, within County six at The mother I I. Mr*. Buck NOTICE OF PI I1JLIC HEARING

legateea. grantee*, or credl VeWhXlAI, .before any regular pace B'kBlj': (,KcolTNTTCOMMISSIONERS so Thacker and Thicker, c.l.ndar monthi front the date (Terry) Jones, and the baby
reeldenc unknown' general election the Mayoreommlailoner : OFOHCKOLA l-lalntltr attorney herein, ot the first publication of this I I. Margaret M.II.... Grandfather
\\.r.o. Rain, residence unknown. whnae address. I I. Bo. *17, Kli notice Each claim or demand
hi.procl.m.tlon COUNTY Notice
.h." laiue it given to all lot,created parties that the Zon-
Ed Griesom
If living, and If h* ba deceeeed shoed by him and FUJHIDASEAL almmee, Fl* on or before said mont b* In writing and muststat. and father
hen hie unknown helri, devleeee ; alteated by tha City Manager ( ) 1ltl.aa required by law If you th* place ot resIdence end. Buck Jone have been passingout ing Commission of the City' of Kisaimmee, Florida, will
legilee. grant*!, or .,.dl. ordering saId election at I.a.ltlllrt CHESTER W. BARBER do ao, a Decree Pro Con- poet-office address of the claimant
By al I
ion* reeldenc unknown, ,. Marble Land Company, 4 dlaolved set for cud. r.rlo. It, ISIS for U... relief demanded In the hie agent, or his attorney or It folk*.
Florida Corporation and THEREFORE, BE IT JUl.IIOJ.VEO. Complaint hand Clerk of will become. void according tThl At the science project the st 730 p.m. in the City O tmmiuion RoomQtrJall| ,,, ,
my I.
tho unknown dlreclore at the
tlmerof tile dlaeulutlon addree election ,proclamation that the be following laauedtI'ROTLAMATION NOTKM TO ( BKDITOBI said CircuitCourt of Oeceola .*' the ttb day of March" children In Mr*. Pat Tille,'. to hear any and all person:i interested in the following'
unknown and the unknown County, Florida, and the' soul el *084. level have been for
In Ik loarl of one room collecting application
Franklin reioning
trueteei of Marlola Land. Company IT IS HEREBY announced and said Court at Klaalmmea. 0.<1011\ J, Melg
Ike oanty JudgeOee ... Ird ol bugs leave hell. and
dleeolved Florida County, on the day U Ru.iell Milan (
a, addree unknown, corporatlon proclaimed election: that In the a regular City of general Kla-. HI BM THE*.l.FSTA1H t ....,,OF Florida IBLUA March; AD. "... A* Eiecuton of the Estate of picture. of animal,to make s Request of Mrs. Orpl i,* Chancy, 115 Bryan St.,
..,.. Rule ,* Glenn Ray (Uertrud U McUougall,
Fred Vanderpool, almmee Florida, will be held
KOKHHTERUeceaied: > 3-D to the described
B Allen I formerly L Vpaln and : Clerk of tl,* Deceaied bulletin board rezone following i I property:
houra .
during the legal voting i
F: K. blank, or their lucceeiorereildence Jay ::1I 1114al Circuit Court Oaceola Elite ... DavisKisolmmas The students In Mr. Bill
the Hit of .
on Legaleea
Creditor ,
unknown aa the aurvlvlng IT Broadway, Klailmmee, f1 rrlbI.\..., and !all I'ir.onehsvieg County, Fin' Florida Beg. SE corner Lot 3 run WS7WN 100'E 10'ilso
memberi of the Board oplrectore Florida, for the purpose of elect- Clalma Lsmandsaisment ( ) Attorney for Executora N47WE4fl4'S47'i'iRA.1 W 10 of Lot 4. From
or i
of New' HomoaaaiaLand commleiloner : Mar RI. II, II, Apr. 1. lOll claimant hi
leg n Mayor said Eitite agent or
Company. a Florida corporatlon .. term of office ahall begin. You and path ot you: are hereby Boa 111, Kl.elmmee for Plaintiff, )'Ia.Attorneys IN CIRCUIT COURT PUN THE or lbs earns will I becom orrd to B.1 in order thi it mesls may be served to

which waa dliaolved enNovember at I,DO P. M. on the flrat Tuea- notified and required to prent Mar. II. II. tl. III NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF .'1-'h'ilnt\.tol law
II, till day I I. April lOIS, for n period clalmi which I you, or ___ a. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OHCE5LA day of March public.
The sole and only living heir a, of one year, and n City Commiealoner ::,. .r.J you msy have agaInstlb. IN; TUB OOUNTY JUfMlES1: COUNTT. IN CHANCERT.DIVORCE. .....
law of Harry A Hunter do-. to auccaed Dan Aulray, Vitale'of "11:11.: (nefater, deceaied COURT OHCEOLA COUNTY RKBA I"RIOLIOY1.lnll"'yn. ./ Murray W. Oviritreet J,. ZO!N1NG COMMISSIONr
ceaaad. to-wlt Blanch H. Bommervllle Lily Commleeloner. whole prii- I Oeceola County FLOHIPA. WILLIAM THOMA Murray W. Overetreet, Jr,
a alngle woman, r..I. ent term of office eiplree at 5:05: Florida, to.t.r County Judie oisaid IN RE. ROTATE OFMAItOARIC NOTICE Kiecuior of the Eetate of Cit r r of Kisaimmee
dun unknown, F- Fraaer Hunt P. .... on tha tint Tuesday In County at hie office I In the ? BUNCH NODES, OPIl.l ''IT.PTi: STATE OF Bertha D. Sean, deceaaedMar.
or, a I"\ 11111n\y realdence unknown April, lOll, for a period of two Court llvuee at Kliilmmee, DeceaeedNUTKB, FLORIDA TO: WIlLIAM THOM.AS 11, II, t*. Apr. 1. Illl
Hunter and ., and a City Commleeloner Florida, within all calendar TO (tRFDITOH! .RIOLEY, Ill'A Iwo Street
Marian Hunter hi. wife, real te .::. Ruiiefl Thacker, City months from the dale 0' the TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES (C'hanle.ion WIDt Vlroinia. NO-
dene unknown, and Edith Commluloner, whole preient first publication of thl* Notice. : DISTHIHUTKUI. AND TICK IM HEREBY OIVEN that
Blanch Sparling and Htrbert A.; term ., office esplrea at 101: Each claim or demand must be ALL PERSONS HAVINOCLAlMtt rlalntiff 1 ham in.tituiod suit for
Sperling, her huiband, realdencunknown P. M on the first Tuesday In In r itato the OR DEMANDS: llvnrce anainst you ,Is tho above
and If ::tn"o'I. be. April. nil, for a period ot two place 'Jnf..r.r..ct the claimant AOAINST SAID EHTATE: otylod Court ace '
dead, then their I'.ar., and muit be awvrn to by the YOU ANI EACH OF YOU are lummoned, .r :rlon required I
devlieea. legateei. r.niei., ofcreditor. All peraons poiaaaalng quallflcatloni claimant, his atent or attorney, hereby notified and required to file your written anawer or
*W rildenca unknown, requlalto 10 an elector' Instate or tho earn* will become void any clalma which you efeneea to the Complaint filedIn
A_W Barber, Treilee and' lotloni' and. who have re- according to law. or either of you, may have the above ityled cabs In th*
i llerber, hi. wife, I II sided In the City of Kle.lmme Thla the nth. day of February,, agalnat the eaSels of Margaret office of the Clerk of the Circuit
married realdcn.. unknown, If for a period' of alt months nest ISIS. Hunch Nobba. d. '....d. late of Court for lb. Nlnih Judicial I Cr'
living, and If any of them b. proceeding; thq tlth day of /!/ Carl Emanuel FonterKieculor Oeceola I County,ofl":1u the cult of Florida In and for Oece
dead then their unknown helredevleeea. March 1114. and who shall have ofTHACiCF0tTHACKICSI
of the Eitat Judge
I County cia County, at his office In the
.. .
leaate rante or .
II... relistored en the reilslra' --- at his office In the Courthouee Courthouee In Kleelmmee, Florida '
,redlto..ld.-* unknown, lion book "t said CIt, according : at Kleilmmea, Florida within on or before the Ith day of
McKoy Land Company, aom* to law shill ba entitled. to vote ATTOMNICTI' P1)14 EXECUTORKIISIMMICE. all calendar months from the April 1114, and to serve a copy
tlmei known ai McCoy Lan 'In saiII regular municipal election PIAIRILAFeb. dale of the first publication ot thereof on plalntlffa. Attorney,
Company, ,a dliaolvid FlorIdacorporation ...11-..... I'll. ISIS this Notice. Each. claim er d*. shone name and addroee are *et
and th. unknow The Commlaelon shall appoint stand mu.' be In writingand
out below Should you fall to do
director ot said corporation at the neneiiary cUrk and Inepeo.tor must elete tha place of ,..I. *o. Decree Pro Confeeeo will\ be
the time of dleeolutlon and the I* conduct said election and NOTKH TO tHKIIITONI Since ot th. claimant' and laaet entered V.11.5.. my
unknown. aeilgni. eucceeeort other IInter make. due return thereof a. !. Ik* I norm of lbs be awern to by the claimant hieTkla hand aa ,t.lrntoJoaI Court and
and any part provided by lewBH attorney. or the same .. .
< ossly JnaaoUMMU W'IIo ski .1 ot said Court at Kleelm.mee
claiming by. thtrough underagalnat cc IT FURTHER RESOLVED '..... void according
aali dlaolv4; < ,. Florida nIhi I County, Florida
corpora'lion IT'fc
that Ihl reeolutlon and 5114 II MB 1HIO BirATal ur > thle day of February, 1114CT :
k. Well and lection 'proclamation shall boaette. LAURA cutiM i the lcd day ef March, ( CT SEAL)
pmbll.he" 'is 1k. KIs.immee 0. "S
'W.II. .. eceeeed. ) QLENN RAT
kla wife, It married re.ideace
unknown. It living, and a weikly newipaper pub.Iisb.4 To all Creditor, Legal. ***. / ARCHIE U NOBBS Clerk Circuit CourtOiceola
of be I In **ld City. once a week. nietrlbuteee.' and. all l'arsons Archie U Nobbi. Executor ef County. Florida
If dead
any for at leant prior I* having Claim* or pemandiagalnat the Estate of Margaret BuschHobbs Murray W. Overetreet Jr.
unknown belre, ...1...*. the date of ::IIX'Ie rII, said Eitatti decesied Attorney or Plaintiff

legateea. granteea uaknawn, .er creditors, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, you and each ., you are hereby Murray W. Ov.rstneet. Ir. P O. lost III
rreldeaee that Ike form ef ballot for Executor klaalmmoe.
Land. Company official notified and required to pre- Attorney Florid
The New a dieeolved Homeaaaaa Florida corporatlon to be used In said election ehali .IIt any. claims which you. or H. O. Hot 41Xleilmmee ".r. I. II. 10. tl._1114 t
and th* unknown a*: be aubatanilally a* follow, t* ell h.' 0' 'olt mop have Florida lIOTIC'II-TO OUCDITORSIn 4N _
elgna, eucceeeore In ,.,.,..., ... wIt! the sitate of LAURA &In.t Mar I. 1$. 11, II. IlllIN" .". f..rt of any other party claiming by Nn.O".ICIAL. doeessat, late 01 Oscioia CountyFlorIda. THB COURT OF THE Ceaat ......
through, under er agalaat aaf.dlaaolvod BALLOT ., U the County Judge o< COUNTY JtUXlBObCEOUA Osseous .....,, PtoetdaIN
corporation REOULAR: GENERAL aid County at his office In th* COUNTY rLORIDA RB THE ESTATE OF
All .....n. natural or artIficial. MUNICIPAL ELECTION: : Court Home at KUelmme. IN ME:: KKTATB ('PtmiS. BYRoN P. MILKMAN
having or clelmlng le have aright CITY OF KI8H1MMEB: Florida, within ei l. calenderr J. SIMMONS, DoeeaaedT
title or In the Make. a creei mark lob before month. from the. date of the deceased. all Creditor. Laont..s.
lands sItuate, lyingand belnlereet the name *. f tIle e.n.I..t first publication .r thIs NoISes, NOTICE OF FlUNG PETITION Distributee, and all Pereonehaving
in Ooceola County Florida, via: your choice.FOR Each claim o. dsmnnd must bein boIl FINAL I'IM<'HARUII OF Claim or Demand
BWj of lbs EH *l' the NWU attks MAYOR-COMMISSIONER! wrIting and mIst 5tat. the EXECVTR1X: agalnel acid Estate: :
toe for .**. place 0' residnnce 0' the claim' NOTICE II HEREBY: GIVEN .
Jt here
R'A: of nee T" I. II You and each ef you ar
1:1: also daseribel an. erg of Ike C -.-.--.. lit and must b. swore to by the that I have filed Isp flea) return by notified and required t* pre- I
.t Ike SRH at Wee '. T OROuPONBTVor"foron.***** 'clalmalut. his aced t or attorney aa Eieeulrll: ot the eetate ofM. eent any claim which you or
HWl *. the. aame will becoiaerordlng ,. J. $lmmonav deceaaed. that I
R II E, Oooeola County. FOR CITT COMMimiONEIt ; either of ye*, may have agalnitIke :
Florida. to law have filed for finaldiatrlbutlon eetate of BYRON P. H1LB-
the ..' at thi IIC" .r For Twa-Yeer Term to Succeed Tkla the lltk day *f FebruaryMargaret .nr for final die- MAN ..... late of Oel*
WnC, 'i' T IS :\ II L pan AstrayFOR .. charge and that .. March ... County. Florida I* th. CountyJudg
Nib ot the NL' ., th. .I" ., _. n. r ... I /' Barn** TbaekerA.dmlalitratrli loll. I will apply to the Heaoraaie *l **ld County at hi. office
"... a. T II S. R II R.bIE' o () ;'Vi.l ...;-- of the Kelat .( U P. Johnson County ,. the Court. Noose at Kle-
:" .r ,he NR' ., l.a L 'I' 1. CITY Laaro, Cru.s. decoaaed. Jadg* ol Hecoola County. Florida .1..._ Florida within els calendar .
[ COMMISSIONER Tkecker and ThacherAttorney for npproval ef aald final
1II R. 0.-1& eo..t", Fl.' Two menthe from the dele ef
Tsp Year for AdmlnlitraXrlg return and for .. order ot diatrlbutlon lbs flret publication of thl* Notice .
td.t. I to I Inclualvo of ...IC., Term t* Succeedtueeel Kleelmme, Florida and for dlecharge. a* Back elaln or demand niuetbe
Land Compeny'i SubdlvlaUn o' ) Thacbtbat Fob. .*.n Mar. l-tt Illl Kietmru: of th* eetate o. R. JSlmmena In writing and sauet elate the
sec. I, T II S., R. II E. OeceolSuniy .---- .-..... pfnee of reeldenoo of U* claim-
Florida.' ".P RTi February It. lOll ..t and muet b* sworn t* by the
ef McKoF Land 0... : lit THE MRC'UIT COURT signed ......1 R. ....... claimant hie oil or attorney
ot Sea 4. T le she City Manager, and h*. NINTH JUDICIAL CIiVUI'r. Easeutnin .r the o.S.sts ., a. J. or Ike eame ..rlf beeeae. void ae.cording :
hereby, authorlaed I
r.l.ft.I'I" and direct.d IN ANnVtiRlMOBOLAClHJNTT. Simmons deceased, t. law.
Lot* II. ll II I* tl Inclusive ., ."ballot to have the aiceeeary orrtclal, FI/iRiiA PhIllip' K. kollsy TfcU Ik* ink day *f February
Mcktey tand Company SubdIvi.SI. prilled. and make all IN ('HAgCEtY' Na IlllBARBARA. PtA Bon IILKlalaiM lS0I.
.. of ._ I, T IS ft B !P K.lot. auch all older olker "........1. .and. d* BAKER FRAtlEB I ** Florida /*/ Doretky t HllemanAdmlnlatratrls
thIngs b
II lo II Incluelve ef McdCoy aa may neeaeeary rinlntllt. Attorney !for Eaecutrls of Ike Eeiale of
Land < Dubdlvlalen efSee. for conducting law.I's..d sell .1 lecadopted vs : Feb. I*. Mar I. It. 11 Byron F MU_... diieaaed.Thacker .
tlen acnodi.g
I. T $r.u t* K. (0' LOUIS EDWARD FRAZIER and Tbackor
asd Snip on IHfendaac *f Intention T ;
You will hereby tak Souse Belle Attorney for AdmintotrairisKlMlmm
the ....
Say of F.krnary .
that the Complainant baa filedaull tuft MVOKCBNOTIf Application Far **. Florida
Adrian I
I agalnal you In the CircuitCourt OF StITTOl Final lncher e Feb. IT, Mar *, II. II. Illl,
Florida I* iulet the till I* lbs ATTEITI III Hlackley Read THE PI THE COCNTYJUrxIB'S
Hanoel ;?fNJJuJi'f.OE.
Roy .
Hyannla, III : COURT,
Complainant I* th* property elluate -
In Ooeoola Couaty, Florida, City Manager YOU All ': i-'t:01'1. "-ORillA OflCKOLA COUNTTFLOKIUX This one has tile other,* .beat coming and golngl The Jeep Gladiator has optional automatic
iMcrlbed above. Feb. 17, ..... I ,al, II. till FlED that a Complaint too WVor 1M I'll: THE ESTATE or
You are hereby required te baa bee tiled agalnat you, UROY J 11(1. transmltaioiv) power leerlng and power brake to make driving ...I.r. art) and*.

file your defenae t* the above NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS and yon are required u eerve a ......... IV BE: KBTATli OF pefxJent front iuapnklon to oek.up road shock And look at the wide. eomtortsbl front
action with the Clerk ef the FOR THE espy ef year Anawar or pleading PROBATE BERTHA U SEARB. P.neeed.MOTirsi
.bo. .. court and t* serve CLosiso or rostrums I* Ik* Complaint en th* Iteln.tlffa TO .ALL WHOM ITIM TV CmirUSse1'n it and tremendous visibility." Still It's a brut tor work Virtually Indestructible In th*

a copy$0(/'Whirl.the earn..* upon II Brlnacnand Vernoa TO WHOM or IT noAD MAT CONCERN- altorney, Is O E North O B a Court B UCLAPHAM. MAY NotIce CONCERN.. Hereby: given thai t TBEST ALL DISTRIBUTES CRKPITOH8. &.SO"AND! M.**,' frd5ftJ tmor 128 wheetb! ***. GYW"I, to a tJwwping MOO pound'

Street. Klaalmmea. Florida at- YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE In..." Fool Office Bon tell. Orleado. Omen K Thackor.. bav filed my ALLPBMSONS MATING
torneye for Complainant. *n or that the Board of Ceuatr Core FlorIda and file the final repeat le .t the CLAIMS OR t UMNWAUAINST t. ICAI... COltlAOfltAntIN_ ..
before the tl day of March 1114.Herein miaalonere of Oacoela County. Inal 1W. pleading .or the Set ate of Lerey VanlMeiberghaeyeeeed. SAID ESTATE
fall not or a tweree PreConfeaao Florida, neon worn office. of the Clerk ., t". Circuit that I have riled petition YOU AND BACH OF 'TOO are
will .b* entered agalneteiN vilified lend ...rtlr.t:': Court on or before the Mth day tor final dlacharn. and hereby notified and repaired t* :
II:** clock AM. *. the 1Mb of March ..... If yen fall te doao that I will apply t* lbs Heiwre. proaenl aay cteilma which y**, '
WITNESS WHEREOF I day of Merck, "... or aa ooonthereafter a decree pro coafeoe will b* ble (X: P. ....._. County. Jndg or eltker of .... may. ..... I ti ::: aJEEP'GLADIATOR
.... ......t. eet my band _,.ca a. tb* matter way. b* taken agalnet you for tk* relief of 0w0eIa "...t,. ....... on ..aI_ the ..,at. of Brtk Uavwre
affixed my official seal at I(I.. heard and ..,.1......, at It* of- demanded In Ik. Ce puUiUATKl > the letn day .f April 1114 foe .-.... lets of Oaeia4. ___ boomiled broSs
.Im_., Oeceola Couaty, Florida, floe In the Courthouee la Kle- > at KbseImsees LicisO UCwualy. approve of aam. ... for final County, Florida. I. lbs Cvuaty
thl ITth day of February ..... almmo. ...1. r lids. determinewketker Florid, |kl* |ttk *Ay *4 dierharg* .. Executor ef the | dg* ot said .* *tF at kl.* SI' CAlL SClIJ1YI' RAMUL. .. ON'
/OLENN RAT or not the County of February 1000.ULkNN Katato of Lerey YeaDenbaeei .,. .. fin. t. Ik* (Courlbott I* XIolnini *-. .
circuit Court Oocoola will dole. abandon. SlAT **. .-.- .. within nix eJondar
(CIRCUIT Clerk COURT of the SEALKBrlaaon and dieontln and renounce Clerk of the Circuit March> 144.Cit alk from lbs Oats .( 21M OfSBkt*,--- ,... !:---iss. ...,... .
and McWkirterAttorny and any and all right Ooreola Co>.*ly, FlorMaBy Omen k Tkache tk* tint publication .< Ibis. Motto : '.
for Complainant and till .lrtll* County of Oeco- Klleeere tx Jewer ...,.. ef ,.. Batata olLerey *. Bach JaUB or demand ..*! 8.. VIp< yeMcr* |l lIn '- cL
II Vernon StreetKlaalmmee ola, a political aubdlvtalon of Ike (CIBCVtT OOl'RT SEAL VsaDo.bsrsls I b* In writing.. aad meet stats the' action In IflLi1 _W I .. .p... ,,
Florid State of Florida, and of the nerll plays of ....._ of the elalui.ant "
Fob,14-11 Mar. ..11, 1144 public. In and to Ike portion .< Foh'.1. ...... .. U. u. U. Mar It 11,,I*. Jvnr" a, mont and moot b* ew.m t* br la* ,' ''

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The Gatetto, Klitlmme, Florida March 1C, 1W4-Pig* Nln*

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Helen Todd daughter of Sponaon of the conteatanU wood, Su-Win-Ne Sales; Todd, BurchfleU Chevrolet qualify' for participationIn
are Vital Statistics Mr* Glen Ogleaby, St. Cloud and. Beverly Davit, BPWj Mary Lou Farmer, Reidel Oldi, Inc.; Marilyn\ Knechte), the Miss Florid Contest
green eye, blonde hair, 6' l"; .Joann SUlllonla, Anuden'n I Motor; Sharon Reid, Flnt Hunt Brot.Winner The girl crowned Ml* Florida
Marilyn Knechtel, daughter Sandra Adams, Rooney PonU- Federal; Bobble Je Hodala, of the MU Oeceolapagtant will roceiv a 11,000 ttholar- I
IJn Miss Osceola Entrants of Mrs Anna Knechtel, St. act; Dianne Reedy, Broadway Pomona; Robert Pollora, In addition to tiles ship and compete for the lilac
Cloud, blue eye, blond hair Pharmacy) Joan Marie Allen, Beta Sigma Phil; Marge Mel. Ing tcholanhlp help to America crown and the |10,.
V 4-. Mann-Frakt; Charlotte Chit- ton, St Cloud Moton; Helen college of her choice, will 000 flnt prize Mholanhlp.

I The gila beauty and talent Beverly Davit, daughter of Charlotte ChItwood, daughter *
meet, the Mil Oiceola pa Mr. and Mn. Ralph Davit, of Mr. and Mn. J. Martin,
lint, Beta under way In the Klulmmee, brown eye, so- KlulmmM, haul eye, blond
Jipperwar* Auditorium at burn hair, 6' 2"; hair, 6' 6"J;
130 p.m, Saturday, March 21. Joann Stelilonli, daughter Mary Lou Farmer, Klulm
I Robert Evans, general of Mr. and Mn .John StallionU mee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs TLET'SALLGET
airman, and Vida Gould, Klttimmee, hand eye, G. A. Farmer, blue eye,
stave of the pageant, laid brown hair, 6' 11"; brown hair, &' 7"1;
|at ticket may be obtainedm Sandra Adams, daughter of Sharon Reid, daughter of
memben of the pageant .Jeanne M. Reid, Kiulmmee, I
Mr. and Mn. Don Adame,
KUtim brown brown hair, 6' ."
immltte* or at the Kltilmmee brown yea ;
blue eyes,
a and St. Cloud Chambers hair, 6' 6"; Bobble Jo Hodala, daughter I
Commtrce.I of Mr. and Mr*. Stanley T.
Ticket sales are going well, Dianne Reedy, daughter of Hodala, Kluimmec, brown
Mr. and Mr. Clyde Reedy,
| y added, underscoring the eyes, brown hair, V t"; BEHIND AGO
Kltilmmee, auburn -
green eye
jterett which baa attended Roberta Pollom, daughter
i search for the local beauty hair, 5' 2"; of Mn. Robert L. Pollom, Klilimrnee r,.

"n. Thirteen contestants .Joan Marie Allen, daughter green eyes, brown I
iv* been selected by the en of Mr and Mr. Guy Allen, hair, 6' 3";
|*i committee. They are atI Klulmmee, blue eye, brown Marc Melton, St. Cloud,
I low: hair, 6' 10"; brown eyes, brown hair, 6' ."| GETTERFOR

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ives Report Johns) Group

I Continued from page 8)) OrganizesAt
\fter I get horn from
ol I chang my clothe to 1 t
my Mother won't have toth CapitolIt
and Iron every day. Then 5
tip my big titter clean up
jhout*. At night I help my was almost like an old
|her do the dishes to she Urn vaudeville show, what
1't hive to much work toni with the bright light and
\ she can watch TV. Ipyi dark ulu. Only no one cr eked State Senate
help my mother be- a imlle.It
of the
was the opening
It keep her from havinguoh
newest version of the LegUlaUv
work to do.
hUrdett Toptcott alto- gave ( Investigating Committee, Ai As __
again authorized by the l at.rt.lature
l report in the same elmf
f what the does to help her mayorWatson but with mostly M
ther. Mardett said: a new e*.t The to-called .John
h. way I help my mother Committee had gotten in the cwoew
l to tend the baby and sweep Runs doghouse by stepping on the NOMINATE
floor Sometime I help toes of the university system t.
wash clothe and hang and a newspaper man and wee a
In St. Cloud
to new face.The "j
m out too. Sometime In't trying put on a k
legislators tat In a neat v'
help her because my aunt P
try help her. So I go out Lt. Col. .Joseph H. Watson, row with name signs In frontof
d play.Sometimes. USAF, (Ret) will be a candidate their teate. An Impressive
I tend to my 3pireld for Mayor of St Cloud.In group mingled In the back.
titter. I guess you making his announcement ground, Including two ratty
fit her a baby, too. I make h* said the "chief reaton for aocretariei sitting behind hug
for I I. electric typewriters and a fingerprint <
the bed to I sleep well at my candidacy mayor my
belief that this town It still table
rbt. When I wake up In the
basically the tarn friendly, The session opened with a
lornlng I am gay and hippy
I go out and play half offt wholesome community I eboMa prayer from Sen. Robert WiU w' v I,
liami of Craceville and
day and work the rot of my home upon completionof a
military career eight pledge of allegiance\ to the
[>* day. my In The 33rd District
You know It li fun to help year ago. flag.Sen. .
bur Mother. But when it "It seems to me we have allows Charley Johns, for
ourselves to become divided whom the committee was nick.
bmet to babies It lint fun.
know that! Into two embittered fac named, was there, but mostly
[ou tloni. Our action,for the molt tilent Rep. Dick Mitchell, the
part here been guided by an new committee chairman, read
emotional rather than n logical a public statement asking for -4 JACK H.JACK
flrsJKempfer1Ians approach In handling our rlt,'* cooperation from citizens In ,
affaln Late forget act- furnishing Information to the .
RaceContinued tion Regardless of who bat committee. MiUbell said the
been right the city ha* been group had had a number of
hurt eiecuUve eioni the previous H. WILLIAMSON
( from pig 1)r "If elected, one of my flat few months and Intended
and director of Bnvard action would be to Mk the te continue te bold a Bomber
Ifoipital Service Guild Tic commliilon'i agreement to the of them "with M .,..Iort.He .."
resident of the Florida Cow appointment of three outstanding laid advocate of "gov
tell Association, and member dt sans not connected with ernment In the can" would
ft the Oeceola County Demo city government to serve M hare to bow to the ",rvtMo
ratle Committee.She a committee. This committee lion of the Individual" It was
la the mother of four would study all atpocto of the not likely this\ would get many
IhUdnn, Bill. 17; Red II; problem involving our electric newspapers on his tide. Newer
porla. U; and Ann, U. All plant and recommend the thole, h* said he would
Mtend St Cloud High School court of action they believe rather be "ertUciied many
Mr*. Kempfer la the ,reat- would best serve tile people of time for a *- Ment of Deer Park Ranch Inc. 8t Cloud. Uon" than one for a alee Non..d.
Mitchell Introduced duringthe

late-Wide Essay Contest Ita Legislator n bill
which would prohibit dUoemi.
Batten of "InfermaUoei relating
Open to Osceola Students to s confession of a trim*"
before It wm Introduced
ertdeoc In a trial He Mid If IN THE IMPORTANT
A statewide essay contact mutt tontabi th* same, ..- a newf paper. print the tonfe-
[for junior and aealor high dues school and grad *f tile aces> : n per** aecaaod.of/ n
eheol *t.d Bto es UM tab conteeteatThirtyfew .' bad It"
beet.What Municipal Own titles te Florida Th* grow Indicated\ It wanted ,* -
hrU p *f Bectri Utilities operate their .wn tlectri UtU a MW kw which would r
Mew to MOty-. WMeod a. Ky systems, and wttt partH. .. UU MBployee* U be ,
reeeatly kr the TierMa pato ta th* (*..*.*, Thomas fingerprinted. It Indicated It 5th
Mnnlcipal Utilities JUt*- ..iL They ant would cooperate with DM tmUvertrtie MAY
tieu.Stndeats. Alack., Bartew, BtounU *. Sign were that Itwould
who attend OwnoU towal..u.D. Chittaboncke, seriously attempt U ..
County high schools which inerved Oewiftoa. Fort Mead. Fen what It WM designed .. *tree -
by a municipal aUctrtoatllity Pierce Gainesville,Green Cove .mei< legltJatien M a
w Irvteg within\ the Spring, JackaonrUk, Ver recall ef Ha tevectlgatlon k.
.ervte* aNA *f the BtHity,wfflktMgthlUompte Bead Wandnl, Lab Riles, ... field *f security sad ....
,e mdal* Men 1Ia.... Oral, Qminry .eeioality.Under .
Burke, KeoMeteaJ, Key West, tie sew rule adopted
Mid.A KO UA Saving Bend KlariauM, Lake Worth, Mt bf tile ......*, neaeletm DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
wm be awarded few first prto*. Dirt Orlando 8t CoM Tab would ho te went tf th* ....
A. $gi bout will go to tile ... Wseese and WlBits. ben. hallowed. M Interrogationwwld
soLe wtDer. DeM1IM AH wttiM mat b* teat .. "......,., the Mtioftal
r. an entries it May 1. 1M4.M Ma Qmnfagnam, Mcwtir 1tnIrtt,."
-bar*.f th taaay Cecrteet ecretory' rteefd Municipal It waist.j lte clear who.s
Committee of the ITorld Ma Utilities Ataedettem" Boa S4OI UM cmutitUo war spa ifla/ U
4H. J CtDJUa AieoeWOonwffl Labei..l, determine what tmeUtated .*.
be Judge. AH 4cMMwffl Uoaal eeorlty. But H woe PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT.
be final.Eaur deer die .._....* messed
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sip W Mr d *. the *V MV.ING tort www with a eta .. :
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28, First Plane Used by Allies in France, to Fly on Sunday :I

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Part of
SAND ROCK 1 All Brother are cordially
MORTAR MIX RhincbeckExhibit In addition to the regular Invited to attend.
STEEL A WIRE MESH service 'the choir sang two

special number .TO*'El HEtfUaEKATOmS
Following Evensong, 'h.
a children enjoyed supper and a USED
On April 17, l lt. the fiat nice visit with the resident! FURNITURESewellThurmond
American Aero Squadron to Then .n fifteen members of
b* In action art up IU head. tin choir, which practice each

eo quarter at Tool, Franc The Friday afternoon after school 11* w... Ckrh Orl....
morning was very forty and Page Ten- The Caiette, Klaslr *, Florida, March 12, W4 and sings at the. Family Service .
KISSIMMEETRANSIT I the one or two patrols lint each Sunday Mrs. John
out lOOn returned because of and Mrs.
Croxton I I. organist
MIX by a visitation evangelism BROASTEDCHICKEN
the weather. Lee Grave U Choir Mother.
PLAN directed
program by
Two American pilot
Phone Kent Power, chairman of the
were kept standing by their Everett Amos, director of commission on evangelism. EXPLORERS PLAN
aircraft alerted for emergency music at the First Methodist APRIL TRIP FREEZETTE
patrol duty. The pair instantly Church announce that thechildren'
3 Room Grouping took off when a and EPISCOPAL INQUIRERS' Post 291 Boy DRIVE-IN
WORLD WAR I NIEUPORT will be among plane flown Sunday youth choir Explorer
French observer excitedly CLASSES TO BEGIN Scout of America met Monday
$288.50 at antique air show of Rhlneback Aerodrome at Klssimme will have a covered-dish supper
phoned that two low-flying on Friday, March 18th at to plan their camping\
2 pc. Early American airportPROCLAIM German machines, apparentlylost 6 p.m. In the church bungalow.All Th Rev. M. Wendell Hain- April They meet regularly In GREEN'S FUEL
Living Room Suit were headed toward the member of these choir fin, Rector ef St John'sChurch the. recreation room of the
.,t ti American aerodromu. and their families are Invitedto aald the spring seriesof police department In the cl', BALES and SERVICE
$169.50 ro Inquirers' Classes will begin
Lta. Campbell and Winslow attend. Each family I I. to building
2 pc. French Provincial had hardly left the ground bring a covered-dish and table Children on Thursday from, March eleven The group also male plan PS. MT41TSKISSIMNCB Mt-ctrl
Living Room Suite when the German aircraft ap- service. Bread and drink will for a steak barbecue at JayCe .
peared from the mlU over b* furnished. There will be fifteen year old will be pick. beach on April 18, and For Oaa Delivery: PhoneRaiU
$239.95 ed up after school on Thursday ..., ....
the aerodrome which they bad entertainment a* well as a social agreed to work with a member Head -
and will meet at theparl.h ...,....
a. A. rtrtckfr
mistaken for their flying the Kfiilmmre Police
4 Bedroom Suite own hour for everyone.On of
pc. home until
4 30
: p.m. K...... DledeeeMarise
field.The Saturday, March 14th force on Instruction for tb.Marbm.n.hlp .
Coleman Adults and older people
young use. Chad)
Americana attacked Immediately Choir will merit l
the Chancel retreat badge
will meet at 7:30
Thursday -
Reg. $229 Now $169SiRON'S downed p.m. For AU Service Phone
Campbell be held at the church from 10 evenings in the parish !
a Pfaltt Scout while Winslow a.m. to S:80( m.Special gust house. MASONS TO MEET 1. B. M.Mtfe *.., *..S
FURNITURE crashed his adversary Into a will be Dr. William Hoppe .lIeet All*
field bordering the aerodrome. dean of the Laks-SumUr junior A aix-week aerie covering MONDAY NIGHT E..... ensue ..,-...,*
855-5631 Orlando the Bible, sacraments,
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A communication of L alum 14'- '
The German regular
pilot were who
College Leeeburg the and Christian ethic
Church ...
nit 8. Orange Blossom Tr rushed to the hospital and will discuss th. Methodist i* planned and will offer Orange Blossom Lodge 80, F R. H.Call Hall..MI-11. 11 I.*MM!, Mat.MT4M ee.derr .
their machine were exhibited Hymnal All member of this perparatlon for Confirmation &: AM will be held Monday, *
In the town square at Toul. choir and thoie interested In for those who wish to b* con March 16th at 8 p.m. In the
The 94th Aero Squadron had joining the choir an asked to firmed by the Bishop on April Masonic Tempi on Dakfa\ lUtort O'fmr. 47-Sl
C. O. n. r aereverJabs
; scored it* first victories. attend 26th. The public I* invited to Ave.Work ...
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Complete ;: This machine, a Nieuport On Sunday, March 15th, these classes. Notify the officeof will be in he En- Wl-MH
28, i* the type tint used by Rev. B. B. Williams' sermon Father Halnlln if you wishto tered Apprentice Degree.
GROVE the American squadrons In topic will be "J.*us Christ, have your child picked up
Franc Th number 10 now Conceived by the Holy Spirit". from schooL
painted on the side of its fuselage This I I. one of Rev Williams' PRESTIGE.HOMES
SERVICE c ii the number of the series of sermon baaed on the IDA I..
r. .. I. Nieuport 28 used by Lt. Douglas Apostles' Creed.
WEEK Mayor Adrian Bovl sign the proclama- MET THURSDAY
I Campbell In this rlctory.Lt The Woman'. Society of BUILTFOR
tlon setting asld th. week a* American Legion Week in
1 recognition of the 45th anniversary of the American Legion. A Campbell several week Christian Service will hold The Ida Tiller Circle of the
after coring this victory, became their general meeting on Monday First Methodist Church met
celebration will b* held March 10th at the Legion Horn, according
to Wendell KeUhum, commander, also shown above. the first American ace, March 16th at S p.m. Inthe.ducational Thursday at the home of Mrs. _
wounded returned to the
Joe Johnston.
(Photo by Eby)
." states and now I I. an airline Hostesses will be member of Th* Circle accepted th* Invitation ByGeorge
executive. His original machine the Susannah Wesley Circle. to meet with the Mary L. ReynoldsFor
G.M. Wallis ConWilliam imiltec was lost In the mill of For the remaining three Summerlin Circle In the bungalow *
on war a* well a* almost all the Wednesday before Easter, April 6th. The Ida Tiller
HUGHEYOROVI 297 of this type procured by the midweek service at First Circle1 will present the Further Information Call 817-2266
T. Wall! execu States Saving and Loan the early American Air Forces Methodist will be held from 7 program
SERVICE iMANAGEMENT live vie president of the First League. of World War I. Mr. Johnston Introduced
Federal Saving and Loan Association The appointment was announced The machine pictured her REV. DIXON TO SPEAKAT Mill Louise Thomason who as sssa .r. : -
of Osceola County,. recently by EugeneM. trace its history back from SHINGLE CREEK gave the program on "The
e pc4,Sem a.Mania1 Klssimmee, has been appont- Mortlock of New York City, Cole Palen In 1988 to Paul Charchl What it has meant in ROTHROCK SEPTIC
...Nliiln j ed to the 1064 management president of the league, which Mints In 1944, to Paramount The Rev. Emerald Dixon of history, In personal experienceand : ,
.* .a Mnk.Inf committee of the United I I. the nationwide trade organization Studio In about 1935 to probably St. Cloud will be the guest in the community."
a C"lIIv.Hlnf"... of the laving and loan Balboa Junk Yard In the speaker Saturday night at Mr*. Johnston, assisted by TANK CO. : '
business and represent more early 1930' Incorporated In 7:SO and at the 10( :25 Sunday Miss Sidney Lumley. served .
'er ,_iea' ..." ... Christian Science than 5,000 savings association this craft are modifications\ morning services at the Shingle refreshment to 18 member
Society and cooperative bank mad to the type In the 20'* Creek Methodist Church. and one guest
Phone 847.3592 Back We.. S 9... The management committee by the U. S. Navy. H. will also bring the even. CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS. :
D........ Av...ICI...t.-.e lOt H. ....4.l,k studios method which will This aircraft and other of log message on Sunday at ST JOHN'S CHOIR SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.
Sunday Service 11 t.m. Improve management procedures the tarn period are being 6:80 p.m. Thcr will be special VISITS GRAY INN
Sunday School ti30 aJ and association operating flown each Sunday afternoonat music at each of these services CEMENT WORK 280 CAUON CREASE TRAPS

routine. the Klsslmme Municipal The Children' Choir of St '.'
-- Airport They are also on An Important meeting of John' Episcopal Church visited 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE
SALES4kSERVICE If you're one of thou who static exhibit I Monday th* official board I I. called for Bishop Gray Inn, Davenport
Radio. I and ''ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES hava a tax refund coming t* through Saturday at the Thursday, March 19th at 7.80( last Friday to sing the. K.'C. ROTHROCK 0'
)'oll-wh, not take It: In U.S. Rhlnebeck Aerodrome lit Kit.almmee. p.m. service of Evensong for the ;; Owner and Operator
't I I HOMI fuBWHW6 Saving Bond! to 7ISO: p.m. This will 'b* fol- forty-flv residents there In LOCATED AT KISSIMMEE TRANSIT-MIX CO.


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Basketball Letters Awarded to OHS Athletes :

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irling is New UniformsThe :

ChalnbcrII Osceola Riga. : ..
janquct .
School Band hn com

| pleted payments on their :
peaker ears Report e new uniforms, accordingto ::1

Julienne Mile, Your Marc dealer
ola High School athlete Th members have
[awarded jacket, trophies On Pageant earned all of the fund : }".

I letter at the annual and have paid over $4,000 invites to ;
Idi banquet last Saturday t ida Gould was complimented In the past IH years you ::1

on her success In get They would like to ei- ,
i Magnaghl was awarded li3J ting the Miss Osceol pageant The Gazette, Klsslmmee. Florida, March 12, 1964- Pag Eleven pease 'h 0 I' "hssrlfslt

;Uslmme Gaiettt Trophy underway In spite of a late thank to the communityfor [
ih* outstanding footballr tart, a* director cf the its kind support of

\ of the season after a chamber of commerce held all fund raising drive. e. .:
by hit team matet. Most their monthly meeting In Mr*. Without this support the
ble lineman award went ) Mac' Restaurant Tuesday at new uniform would not
rice White and the most have been possible," they the 9.8 hp .1

bie back award went toYowell RECEIVING CONGRATULATIONS, Steve Yowell for noon.Necessary advertising for aid. ...

,! most valuable back with Football Coach Jack Yearwood left) the pageant program ha been Merc 110competitors'
basketball the most valuI she entries have
and Charles White for most valuable lineman (with Athletic sold, said 11
I player award went to Jim Monday, judge have been ap-
Association President Earl Moody, left).
ItganIstured. parade in downtown Klastm- ClubTeacherGame with
speaker Bruce mil and St. Cloud on Saturday eeR
ling, a former Gator foot- ax
( have been perfected, SlatedThe .
standout and a former training sessions for the con.
eitional football playerthe testanU are underway each second annual Key i

Denver Broncos told Moday, Judges have been appointed j Club-Faculty basketball gems
ver 200 athletes and their I the staging In Tup- will b* held on March tl. 9,5
sass of the importance C per*are auditorium is In the This yar'i program has hpmotor :

-wining rules in high school capable hands of Tony Pontlcelll been expanded to Include the rr.

lading said that as one In. and money i Ia being collected Ktyettes playing the women .
NI in lift there are less R for the scholarship to ; Ml members of the faculty and fishing r

nil rules to follow and that be presented to the winning r w b the Key Club and Interact

must learn and abide contestant Club playing the men It will

|ely to the rules learned in t Innovations for the 1964 pageant be held at the Cow Palace. J
school athletics will Include use of the .4 After the game there will

[he speaker said when he sponsor a* escort for each be a dance at the youth center
high school he found at contestant "We think it will sponsored by th* Key Club .....
| University of Florida only .sod add much to the pageant for All the proceed from the
e rules: "don't drink or to will be donated to the
the sponsors appear -- V Sx game
Ike, obey curfew regulais dressed In dinner jacket 9 h Byron P lIil.m.n ScholarshipFund : Marc 110 I It the lightest outboard
| and attend church everyday along with the contestant"Mrs. In the 10 hp dsss ever t
f, ." "When I went to Gould mentioned that built Yt. It performs Ilk* a 12 tit
ball with the OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL-Principal Bob Evans receive the ,troll
y Denver ball this hp like a 3 hp and weigh :
the contest
the girls In
i there were no rules and I district runner-up trophy from Jim Flanagan as Basketball the i S hp outboirdMr .;
Coach Pete Fawbush, and Bob Magnaghi look on. year offer a vsriety of talentwhich
losing could
eve season
should make' the pageant )5) 110 balances: perfectly on i
Dally be blamed
on poor. even more Interestingto the transom, You dont have to
|role due to players not h., .
spectators lean over the beck of the best .
learned the rules earlier The Miss Osceola pageant ls to Clamp It on rl.kl"l the ..

heir career. officially linked with, the Miss chine: of filling' In the drink, r

tarl letle: Moody Association, president which, of the Florida and Miss America pa- OR) OVER? Marc power plant are Mghnough e

put grants, it I I. pointed outK to bt it lesit o* high ot ew
|the banquet, served as mas- f C. Moore noted that the BEST PITCHER. ,Terry Roberts has proved to be the best the transom Unlike com pet-!
of ceremonies with,
ummee Mayor Adrian along Boy.eceiving director of the Klsslmmee pitcher In working out for the Ko boy baaeball team accordIng WI NAVI full INFORMATION ON live outboards, It ktopi Its
Boat.a-cade would meet Wednesday to Coach Yearwood Terry shows, much promise for this power dry.

football lettersm t to kick off prepara .MOD. (Photo by Eb7)Financial COXTINEnTAlCASUJUnCOKPm'iGOLDEN Mere 110 has I tilted powir- I

the Athletic Association dons for the 1964 event B5 head that prevent fuel! "pud-

re: Robert Lane, Ed Hsr1 "Re are considering using dllng'*t speed It Idles and
Labor weekend Instead and Downs of HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM s
I, Earl Johns, Terry Rob- the Day Ups troll smoothly without floodln I!
of the last of October, or "rsw" fuel The
i, Gary Land, Gary Dym- misfiring on _
e No physlcsl mme '
k, Bob Magnaghl Steve he said pointing out that the fi.*dt| esrburetor It en the :
well Jim Crum, Jim Green.'h Labor Day holiday would per. FCD are Disheartening No health queitlons front of the motor toward the ..

Gary Stills, Jim Sabet'o, mit many families to attend 'ven/body iccsplat' boat, not on the beck. You :
gene Spelrs Bill Hankins, otherwise hampered by responsibilities Financial "up and down" At peasant construction U e Ua to III 000 In benefit lot( both don't have to get In tht water
u Tarcal Frank Marshall, of school of the Central and Southern underway on contracts with I Inmnd-out of hospital tiaoniei when normal'service: It requital
ke Bast, Gary Hileman Jim Moore stated that the PirsU Florida Flood Control District total value of nearly $40,000,. I
Mere 110 his Glide-
rber Richard Bryant, Johnnd THE KISSIMMEE GAZETTE-Beit Player award Is presentedto Cruise to Jacksonville on and progress In development of 000 During the past sli ENROLLMENT ENDS APRIL 15 I unique

Charles White, Sidney Bob Magnaghi, left by Gazette Editor David West, right, u the St Johns River and the new public recreation sites months, the Flood Control Dl*. MMAM corset (Ul mAn md Angle design that lets obitidii It slid up. .
over i
neon Steve Parker Chuck Bruce Starling, center, the featured banquet speaker looks on. Okeechobee Waterway Cruise In the latest issue islet hat accepted nearly, 15 unseen
W. H. MORSE CORP.rtlOKlMMIll over sandbars and
den, Eldon Sullivan, Aaronter usually held on Labor Day of the FCD REVIEW which million worth of completed through .
and Larry Locke. weekend' will be cancelled and rolled off the press this week, works In Dad and Broward 10.10X1)0 hand ihiiiow. It No nd Itself to tilt it by ;,
corrects wII.n01l
the Klsslmmee Boat-a.Cade Is Counties, In area north ind
Iso receiving letters were Ed Dell executive director, 913IROADWATKIMIMMtl hit deep water I'"". Thsrs
nagers Dean Smith andes definitely scheduled for thosedates. In Issuing the Review, notes northwest of Lake Oktecho-
rLO.IDA no potr"dlll''o"on tht frontto
bee and In St. Lucl ,
$9N : County
Bass that future construction of levees
harvest weeds, rooks
cceiving. Basketball lettersobfagnagHp'JirqIInaA Bob Berllniky, chamber canals, spillways and west. of Fort Pierce. snag or .
plow und, It hit no shear pint
M v manager received authority dame throughout the ll-county Other high spot .In the .report ATTENTIONLOT .1 lire rubber safety tHitoM" ,I
from, the board to establish aNew District will\ have to be cur* .. Include) the dedication af protects the prop on 'IrrpictMr "
In, Gary Land, Alan Star York World Fair Information tailed drastically If the Con. Lake Polnsett (near Cocoa) to
It. Richard Blevins, Tom center at the chamber: grtis does not appropriate a the FCD for water storage OWNERS I ILet 110 hit a Jet-Prop es.Muat .
tiesner office and to materialfor lysttm. The tihiuit If .1
and Ray Cody provide sum considerably larger than purposes; the appointment of
distribution In New Yorkat the $13,000000 recommendedIn John Stretch ef West Film build fired through tht Center of tht
the Florida State exhibit January by President John. Beach is full time FCD Rec ui a beautiful new propeller hub .burying tht Me

[ountry Club He reported the color brochures son for the coming fiscal year, nation Director) descriptions home on your lot for nothing fumes, and wills It the sound

are complete except The FeD has liked for |20> of progress In development of down. 100% financing far behind the best The ... !
feeling SetThe 0 for (Inside peg copy, Quantityhas 000,000 In federal construction 10 public recreation area ((15 hays flits the vacuum pocket:
been raised to COM, he fund for the 1064-85 fiscal of which are already In operation arrangtd In a matter of that forma In back of propeller

[, Osceila Golf and Coun. added. year, the Review explslns )! and a $.oooOOO program minute, with monthly! pay hubs, reiultlng'' in increased
\ Club will, have a barbecue of future flood control mints low at 3820. thrust end Improved brtithln|
xt week to unveil architocktl works planned for Southwest of the tnini

drawings for their new Kowboy Lineup Ready for Dade County, a. In addition to There are miny other fsstursiloCOMFAMonoMr
lib complex. the overall 1311,000,000 federal 110 .

According to Roy Hansel state Project. .. = and your Mercury dealer wit be

eiident of the club, the Baseball Opener Tuesdaythe Copies of th* FCD Revieware :- --- =f.: hsppy to have you make the
sting will concentrate on available (while they last) comparison tee him scan lit
!;cUll Ion of the plans for thew MISSED THE Cl'R\'E-That was the appearance when residents Coach Jack Yearwood announced Kowboyi art at right field on request to Centnl ind how you get mort NUN for your

building and will attempt saw the Ampblcar, being driven by Carl Hellenthal yesterday the tenta Jim Greenough catcher Gary Southern Flood Control District money with Mercury 100,
bring back to active memo driving around in the lake Monday afternoon. Built In West tlv sterling lineup for the Dymmek and pitcher ,Terry P.O. Box 1171, West 15,68 S0.u.20,U. Isndll

ship stockholders of theb Berlin the car has a English motor, will travel at 85 mph on opening contest against ...*... Roberta. Palm Beach, Florida. Now hp outboards end MtrCrulstr
who have not been due- the highway and op to 14 mph In the water A true amphibian burg March 17. Catalog Stern Drives, 110 to 110 hp

Flag members because ofe It can be driven Into the water from the highway with a shift Currently holding down the Tells N gasoline, 60 and 100 hp diesel,
previously limited faclll.a. of gears the only I modification. (Photo by Eby) top position are! first base, MARKETS FLORIDA LIVESTOCK REPORT SALES TO MEET WAR FRIDAY VETERANS NIGHt w

Dean Parker second base,
The meeting will be held ate tV 4.... Chuck: Whalea) shortstop, Jack Veteran of World War I,
Youth! Center March I', W 0. Whittle, chlaf of
Tyner; third be., Mike White- Barrack IOAI, and Ladle
7pm' wolf; left field Robert Lane State Farmer Market Auxiliary will meet Friday,
Kowboy Baseball 1964. and Center field Earl Johns *, this week reported th* March llth, at the Orange
sale tf 1,169 cattle and
TAX expected to start for Gardens community buildingat
1,900 hog and pig. IT ..-
FOR YEAR Mar. 17-Leesburg ................._._..........__....... ....... away, 7:10 five horses, and sheep goate, at 710: p.... :
Eta Mar 20-DeLand .... ............._.____.._.................. home, 7:10 I ---A 17 Florida auction on* market All eligible fines and !la.
*said Comptroller Ray E. Mar. t4 -Ocoee ....... ... ..._......____............. away, 4:00: during the WIlL die are urged to attend these Compete t'elall are .Hoped ;:
r ten 140.000 this week check Mar 2o Lyman ...............__.__........_...... away, 4:00 CALIFORNIA CAMPUSBtBJECT Gross receipt past amounted to meeting held the second Friday free In .w sew II ft, M .....-
from the rare"k M.r. l1-Lakm.w _.___............"..... home, 7:SO Of SPECIAL if each month. icier sotalefl lend fer vevrJlmWaltcr ..'
fund I40S.UIT4 from 14 market .
>lied Us to each of are the being 67 Apr. S-Apopka .."....__........,..... .__........-... home 7:10 The Thousand-Mil Cam. Sale reported for the weekending Dpi t.dey. .::C'

unties Apr. T-Wildwood away, 4:00 pus"_. NBC New Special February M at 1. .."
The Comptroller said total Apr. 10-Oco e ........_..__..._-_._........__ horns 7:SO oa the story of California's market !included |,UI ctttle PIZZAFRCBZETTB p -'
.4 Apr. 14-17 Conference Play Off massive tuition.fre of and ,. ",
to counties to date for system cal'fftl) 1. *4 bog and .,
current fls-al U Apr. M-Laeeburg. Home 7:10 higher education irith Chat pigs: one bors and tire --,
year ... ..._...____ ... .._. Tournament -
31,000. This ls an increase Apr. SO .......... Group Huntley a* reporter will be roata.The. 4540 W. COLONIAL ....,
111.000 the peri- devoted to showing! the scoped Xlsslmmet Uvnlcck .
over same
last year when each county Bulldog Baseball 1964 the vast Unhrertttr of California Market reported 411 cattle DRIYE-IN ,#to". ,1I.dt// 2W-09II :":
i red more than $20 .000, on Sunday, March IS, and calve during this period ORLANDO, FLORIDA .-,

kighest amount produced Mar, ll-Ensti* ..__...__.___.___..._ horn. 4:00 10-11 pm. (COLOI). MERC .,

the history of the rare Mar. 17-Tavare* .__...______.__._.__ t.o.4oo:

ask tax. Mar. 10-Vmatilla __..__.__.._._.._..__..__ away, 4:00 MUNICIPAL CONFAB 110

Mar. 24-Mt. Dura __.......__.._.__..-_ home 4:00 TARTS IN ORLANDO 1,815

Mar. -OtI'lltODt ....._...__..._.__._..__... away, 4:00Mar.I1G.I.nd : The third annual conference' I II I
8. 8AMNC8 BONDS _'_'_'___' lams. 400 for mayor, councilman twa _

BAILABLE NOW Apr S-Lake Weir ._..__......_.__.._._. away, 4:00 and city attorney, commUiloners a

The Treasury offers tax- (Other game will k determined by the games played v? U will start today at the Robert \

>ren the option of receiving this date) Meyer Motor Inn, Orlando. ,
i air tax refund in risk-fr**, It .U aponaered by the FJort4a IJtf CIS tee II
asst paying V*. Saving League of MwlcipaliUe ,
:..da. Check the right box *. Ceaflrttlte featketball player and UK Florida lattitote for tlse-
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return -and UM rat 1* from Oacwla High School Cewttootaf University Btudlea. fm ,
tonutiel .
Att-ConferiM> player are
Agars. thl* year taxpayers' selected a xl voted up**) by all IIIEIALILICTIltKITCHtHS, .
radcral 1DeotIS
7 take
funds te UA Saving Bond. coache of the team in the Factory Free* G-E ,
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