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Coiigratiilalloixs Sf.CIud You Did It!

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Merchants Ask Meter Oust; Sr: *O, ; t ,, W"'i" '


City to Decide Next Week a

Buftineftftmcn See Meters Harmful; 1? !all I .. y"v'. ;: .'f rqN

Commission to Ask Expert' Views I t .KH.sf"" t '

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TV Ul.fJ ef whether park flow : /,..4 ,,
tog meter are to be or not to City Commissioner Russell
\\ b* will reach a climax next Thacker said h* talked with
IJi : week with a report of a traffic several women during the time VOL. 70-No. 15 KISSIMMEE, FLA., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1964 2 Sections-Price 10 Cents
specialist from Orlando to the the meter were not in opera-
Ci'y Commission. tlonand they said they would
Tuesday night the commission rather have the meter.
.heard request from approximately Raymond Yates, owner of
25 downtown merchants Broadway pharmacy, said It I
requesting the meters aeemed to him "that If I were St. Cloud Hospital Opening Today
be taken out permanently if sitting up then on the City ;
possible-but if not, at least Commission and a bunch of
temporarily merchant asked to bare the
After debate ranging from meter removed in front cf
taking the meter out perm. stores I would do It." Marks Finale of DreamDream I
f'1K nently to leaving them In, the Commissioner Dan Autrcy Community
commission asked City Manager laid that the commission I I.
Charles Tyson to gather also expected to represent the
report from cities who have consumer a* well a* the merchant -
taken the meter out and ask Began \ Rev.
Orlando traffic specialist Lamar Commissioner George Reynold r A t
Thomas to com down and said h* was In favor ef III 1949Vitli Give
make recommendation to the having 90 day trial period before .
Commission. the City went to the ex- Clock Musuem\ Main\ Address
Thomas has been to Klsslm pens of taking out the meters
men and mad surveys recent The merchant also laid
I ly. their businesses were about 20 A dream will com true awaited
today for the people of St St Cloud' long -
Winter Park recently eliminated percent above what wa expected
will officially
hospital open
parking meter and Orlando for the Christmas period Cloud.
i I. currently facing a when the meter were not It' been a It year dream today.Dignitaries. the
controversy over the matter. in operation often filled with sketch of from across
Several merchant said that nightmare, but today clergy, etf state ar expected to attend
prior to Christmas, when them.ten politicians and just plain folk the ceromonte which ar*
were "bagged", 90 percent Lions Celebrate who have baked plea and held scheduled to begin at 10 a-ro..
of the parken staled in raffles for the past decade at the new hospital ground
their position kea than one The Silver Anniversary of will attend the opening of a Over 1,700 chain have been
hour. the Kisslmme Lion Club St. Cloud ho.pltaLPerh.p. placed on the ground where
Mayor Adrian Bovi said h* charter will be celebrated Saturday one person will be the ceremonies will open with
was In favor of trying the March 28th with a din. trolling more than the rt : a presentation of the AmeHran -
f fr Vet-
"meter bagging" again now ner at the American Legion When Mrs Theresa Budlng- \' Flag from the local
that the busy Christmas buyIng Home at 7:SO p.m. er walk through the eom- brane of Foreign War Poet
season wasn't in progress. The guest speaker for the pleted building It will be a The main address will be
H* said the metering wa evening will be Curtis D Lov walk In reality and no longerIn 1 given by the Most Reverend
not for revenue purposes but ell of Maine Immediate past the dream she tint bad In 4 j Joseph P Hurley, D. D., Arch.
merely to help regulate traffic International president 1949 when she began pushingfor bishop of the Diocese of St.
a hospital located In St. t Augustine.following.
Cloud. I the presentation

She with her husband M.... of the flag St Cloud' high
. Now It's Up to the Voters ny Budlnger began netting school band with Samuel C:,
Wood will the
aide all donation given to directing, play
their now-famoua clock mu. National Anthem.
scum and In 1954 the first or* State Representative J. J.
ganliatlonal meeting i woe t. Griffin Jr., a St Cloud Insurance
held. Several month later by. man will serve a. mae
laws were adopted and the f tor of ceremonies.
e St. Cloud hospital foundaton AIM participating In the
ceremonies will be the Reverend
began IU existence. 'v, '
Handel Brown who will
r From that start many
backer hive died and several lead the group In prayer and
I I lost Interest but many stoodbehind give the benediction.
It all the way and the 1'11. new 25-bed hospital
hospital stands today. billed at one *f the moat modem
r. In IBM the hospital found of It* kind .10-tbd Soupy r

tlon had on depotlt $15,000; features complete tnatarnlt/
by 1957 It reached 119.000 and car and an eirplojreepsttetilratl I
of two to en*.
October that .
of year the pro*
land The hospital ha* parking I
ant wa purchased and

the In tint begun 1951 plateau a by iteppod-up a via 121,000 reached.drivewas con. // 's Superior Across the Board pare(Continued for ever en 70 page car I with)


for Coenty Commission Announce ... for County Board However a stretch of night For Osceola High Se/loolBand
mare hit th* dream when a
relationship with the Florida

Smith Joins Brown Will Norris to and Sanitarium thing looked h.dto broken The setting wa In Dayton giving full ton and full turn and the band opened up

I Creditor became unhappy B e a c h'* fabulous Mainland *. The problem was keeping with William Latham' Brighton .
Race Run Join RacePaul and a aerie of litigation High School library, Saturday them together and In perfect Beach march Spectator
County Again
were begun, but action by morning mostly band parents -
long time treasurer J, W, Bandmaster John Jamison With II member ,udu.tIn" thought It founded pretty
Smith former Klsslm Oren Brown announced thl* Cecil F. Norris, a former Gal eared the foundation and was putting hi* Osceola High what were the prospects good. Then cam Chant In
mee City Commissioner announced week h* would seek reelection Klsslmmee Mayor announced the land from bang sacrificed. School band through the thirty for next year T And how would Jubllo, and then the final num.
this week h* would to the County Commission. this week he would be a eandl According to Mr. Jerry mlnuto wartnup before going the:: elimination of the ninth bar, Charles Carter1 Symphonic .
be a candidate for the County H* represent district date for County Commission. Berton who ha* been long Into the big event of the day: grade affect Itf The** were Overture a
Commission. on*. II* will be seeking the districtone time promoter of the hospital district concert competition. question for another hour "Great" wa one comment
He will oppose Incumbent Brown who was first elect seat now held by Oren and staunch supporter a visit There was difficulty In getting right now the district! concert "It certainly sounded wonder
Oren Brown for the district ed to the Commlulon in 1950wa Brown. by Paul E. Klrkpatrlck to the all the Instrument In was .less than half hour sway ful." But what would the
one seat born and raised In Oace- Norris, who served on the Catholic Dloree of 8t Augu. tun*. The kettle drum wouldn'tfit There was aom Molding Judge think T Band member
Smith, who first moved to ola County. Klsslmmee Commission, In the tin let off negotiation toward properly en It* be... There the acoustical! feature of the learn t 0 avoid evereonfldeneebecauM
the County in 1926 I I. In the Th candidate laid he I la early 1940', said be I ii a can- an agreement for the was obvious tension In the hall were mentioned but aometlme ther,'* a MACK McCLAIN
and business at a didst In favor of "good road air. Slxty.flv t .., had the need for ipllt-beat big let down
fuel grocery candidate for re-election In Diocese to assume ,...pon.l.IIlIIt .n precis* when th* spree ran for "erlffllcClain
Lake Cecil. and more of them. for th hotpltal'i assembled at 441 .m. for roll Ion was driven home.A are announced.An .
order to "maintain buslnesslike opera
The candidate I* a memberof administration a for Osceola The $8-year old candidate I.a U lion and a4mll .tntlon. call ridden for two hour in few moment later th* hour later when th ,..

the Shingle Creek Methodist County affair and to Improve past president of the Lion from tbs point the night plodding school buses. curtain parted In the auditor- (Continued en peg* ') to
Club and I I' member the Of
Church and I Ia a charter a the three number they
mar ended and It war hearts
the road situation In
member of the Kisslmme Elk Methodist Church. and from her were to play, one was required
Lodge. th* aunty Norris war born In Pennsylvania will rose E. C. Xlekhaefer on out of all band In Class B. The Get in RaceMack
Married to the former Alma Brown I I. a rancher and U a but moved to Oaceola lion' share of both. givinga other twe could bo selected by City Dismisses Auditor;
Shuman, they are three children member of the Elk., Jaycee County In 1939. He has been the band from a list providedby
Tb I I. hors
and four grandchildren all the Osceola High School Athletic employed by the Coca Cola boaplUI the bandmaster' association. Looks to Orlando Finn McClsln, former 0ereels *
who wen born In Klsslmmee. Association, and the Bottling Company for the past J Tb required number County constable and
Florida Farm Bureau. 20 ,.ean. Chant In Jubllo by W Francis deputy sheriff. nnouced this
WEATHERTEMPERAT'fl McBeth was one the judge Xleslmma fired its auditor era LJ. Kennedy ef Winter Ha week he would be a aandldato
Hudson Files : EL would us* for comparison Tuesday olrhl and will start yes to appear. before the eom.mission for ,herlff.If .
Twenty Eight Qualify R "Th band w* will be fob looking for a new one with to explain the audit will be opposing Incumbent
Tuee. Silo M 17 0 lowing Bob Bucket. and City
Jamison told them negotiation beginning red method a* need end to find
For Judge Wed. 1/11 II.. 0 "wilt, smaller and our only" week. .ut If a different system of ,.. Commissioner George Rey.
Twentr-lx candidate have George F. Crice, Henry E.Thompson. Thur. 1/11 71 M 0 thence I I. to emphasise clarity, Th action followed several ..... """M be need la order neld sob have already as
Fit I/IS $14 0Sat nounced their ,,,..,,,..... tP
John B. Hudson of st. Cloud qualified to run for county crlspnea and prevision. Th meetlcg and recommendation that "a laymaa *..Ud understand
announced h* will be a candidate posts a* ef the deadline for Small Claim Court Judge 1/14 M 14 0 Kisslmme band had reached a ef twe city manager what type M abate its seek. th S .free .
for Judge of the Small qualifying Tuesday noon. The I"'" l/ll 17 41 0 peak In that for lW-, the Following a quarterly audit city I It In." MeOatn aid he waa m....
John B. Hedson Glenn H.
Claim Court of Osceola Coun Democratic Primary 1* set forMa Batsman. Mon. tilt II 17 0 bandmaster had a Urge proportion report last month the city fa.then lie appeared at th* nest **td In "honest, fourteen
ty, a poaltlon he hold now bysppointment 6th.Thos.. 1 1 ef veteran capable of asked their auditor !Rob- meeting and the commission and efficient law enforcement
include heard teetimouyeast....10.. >k* with consideration! .f harmony
qualified to -
He I* also a St Cloud City .....- different; type of audit with ether law enforce
Commissioner. County Judge: 0. P. John Commissioner Carroll Star tent bodies throughout th*
Hudson, o practicing attorney ... ling ftt Tuesday'. meeting county and state"
with office in St Cloud son.Clerk\ of Circuit Court! asked .the Orlando firm, rollernd A graduate ef Oareeln High'

I Ia a native of Kentucky. H. I I.a I. Glenn Ray. ./ 1;: : .. .... Sever Company be Invitedto School the candidate attend
law graduate from the Detroit Superintendent of Public Iaatrortion appear before the commission ed Orlando Junior College. II*
College ef Law and later : W. B. Stephens. to negotiate. a eoatract to la a veteran ef World War 11
did graduate work and earned Supervisor, of Registrationt" t do the a,,', .edit. and I* a member ef th* Elk
kis LLM degree. Dorothy Barber .......,. Tb Ofland firm currently/ Club and th* North Kbalnwme .
The candidate was admitted Cout,8l1rYIJora) WUUaas J. doe tie 8k Clove) auditing Baptist Chapel.
to practice before the Florida Johnston Nit and bee draw praise from MeCIatn I Ia married sad ha*

Bar in 162. In December lie School Board: Ralph Tales, several X..I....* CommUS tw* children.Area .
was appointed to the peat h* Orie Let Jr Carolyn K_,. loner*.
oow bold by Governor Farris Set
Bryant u compUte tko term Jostle *f Pc, Diet ll r J Vets to
of Judge Fred Snodgraaa.He Pant Rlgga.CeewUble.
.le an Inactive member ef Dist It, K....) ii Meet
the New Tint State Bar Aaa. Portia n ', Demo Club to SundayA
ciation. Th State Bar*f MkbIgan Sheriff Robert M. Beckela, + ,
and th* Ovaty Mack McCUta, George U Rey.nokU. i Honor ttronnon dial workshop will b.
N T Bar AaeoeUUon sad to __ held In IU..I..... Sunday by
a past proudest and life member Tat Assessor Wad Louise Senator Iris Brasses wilt the Central Florida Veterinarian .
.< U* Adjuater/ Garb efKwbester Virgil Brcoka. U bettered at th* meeting Medical Association and
N. T. Tax Collector: Jack M. Base M of Ue Osceeta Democratic tilt Ridge Vet rlnariatl Medical
a..saanW. and baa Murray A. B,... Jeff'rds Club t* *riw night. Association ef Bartow.
two daughter and. HI grandchildren. D. Mfler.Ceaoty. Th .,..alaaUOII'* preslat Over 100 veterinarian fromthreugbm
c............ Diet s e e ** Chart .. Ticker said the state ar* ...
H. .le a member*< die First 110m..... Coca F Now tilt meeting world be .! 7 ported to *tt ad th* Meeting
Baptist Gunk ef St. Grad rta. PM! Berth, X L. UamOseesla p .. at Ut* Community wklth will be held at t.* 'att.reel .
and wend with tile ImfaaXJT .. Howe*. diagnooUe lab. and tile
lot the .41:,.. WarY War I awl Cevaty: Cemmkiafaej. Th meeting I is open to Florida Cattlemanboildlng
.le ember of th* Vetann ef 8trIrI Tareei A4riaa ONE OF THEftB-Mb* Oemole Guasy GNutay wTO a, dew the public aJIII refreshment en Bermuda
Sattiiday night at Tupperware 4-trlwam.. Fits left
Foreign War* Feet Ia Sc Brie. Rarri DaaM.Jawtit Eekerto flu m. ., Todd Be fy Davis, Mariryt Kaeeklel. $ea* Adams, Jose Allna. Joait. SuUluel, Mary LM) will k* served. A 'tok UriMtu will lie

CUwt ** ..., St OeM Farmer, Share. Reid, OurteUe Ckitwood, DUM K.*dyt Hot flrt r4 w Bobby J* dale and Marge Melt** 1OPYe4 CathU>,a.tics...Holy. Redeemer



Theatre Guild Makes Plans Toward Arts Workshop Starting in April

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i Noted ProfessorTo The wrfch**> committee
wishes to (tree the fact that
Work With all Interested. pereon are invited .
Center to Hold Open House to attend the aeaaloni
Footlight GroupThe whether or not they art Guild
On Sunday AfternoonOpen member Qualified students
Footlight Theatre are reejueeted to contact their
Guild ha completed ftaelrangemenU are dram teacher u to special
will for their Theatre' arrant'eimriU for the com
house be held at Society, SymphonttUi and the
the Osceola County Arts and Oseeola County Art Association ArU Workihop. This eagerly plett workah p. Members of
Culture Center Sunday after- each. of whleh will have a awaited announcement was the Harlequinader may i*.
Page Two-The Gazette, Klnimme, Florida, March 19, 1M4Atteritk noon from 2 to 5 p.m. at the part In the open house v mad br Dr. George Beeuch. cur information from their
center at the corner of Stewart A newcomer to the group lathe amp chairman of the .pe*el senior advisor, Mr. Gill)
and Bryan Streets, Osceol County Choral workshop committee. The four @rooks
( Indicates events open to public) Tours will be provided for Group union workshop will be held Nominal feel have been set
those Interested In teeing the Entertainment will be pro at the Arts and Culture Cater to cover the minimum expenses .
THURSDAY, MARCH U,-l.6< facilities offered by the center vided and art, antique, item .V on the followinr Friday Incurred. Ticket for adults,
which I I. being used at this of historical interest and theatrical evenings of April; the 8rd, who wish to participate in all
O Friendship Club luncheon, 12:30 p.m. St. John'i Pariah Urn by the Footlight Theatre will be presented.Refreshments 10th, 17th and 24th. four seminars, are packaged
House, featuring Easter Bonnet style show, Guild, the County HistoricalMAN'S will be served. 4 The Guild and Dr. Beauch- at only $5.00. Individual iea-
D Methodist Men's Club supper, First Methodist bungalow, feel extremely fortunate done may be attended at I fee

Of 1 Osceola 6:SO p.m.Golf and Country Club! barbecue, Civic (youth) ARCADE BILLS TWO In amp enlisting Peter B. O'SulU- of $2.00 per evening

Center, 7 p.m. OPPOSITES THIS WEEK nn, noted theatrical figure,
0American Legion anniversary party, 7:80 p.m. Legion HomeD FAVORITE SPORTIS to bead the workihop. A grad- BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
'.Grand Opening of St. Cloud Hospital, 10 a.m. ARCADE OFFERINGRock Two opposites In entertainment oats of the State University and Mr*. Irlo Rronion
D WCTU meeting. Free Methodist Church. 7:30 p.m. Mr*. Hudson and Paula will appear at the Arcade of Iowa, O'Sulllran li a memo Jr. of Renee Terrace announce
Frances Maloney, state president, to apeak.O Prentls appear in the farce. Theatre Friday and Saturday her of the Theatre Arts staff the birth of a ton, Irlo Bron-
American Legion Post No. 10 meeU at 8 p.m. Post Horn comedy, "Man' Favorite when "That Touch of of the department of Fin Ion III, Sunday, March 16th.
Mink", starring Doris Day ArU of the University of
on "
Sport' slated to play at the and Cary Grant and "Hell South Florid, where h* .eessarrs..r
Q American Legion Post No. 10, Lakefront 8 p.m. Arcade Theatre
D Klsslmmee building Rebekah Lodge No. 42, 8 p.m., Woman' Club Monday, Sunday and show Bent for Leather", will be teaches The history associated and CALL. .

D-Isaac Stem, violin, with Florid Symphony Orchestra, Hudson pays a sport expert "That Touch of Mink" I I. a themes for the workshop will Parks Furniture Co.
Auditorium, Orlando who doesn't know how to delightful romantic comedy JUNIOR CLASS PLAY "Father of the Bride" was presented be acting and directing and to ie .lr.(
hemp YvrtUIKHtATO
D-"Light Up the Sky" at Orlando Player Little Theatre. swim or even bait a fish hook revolving around th* planned last weekend at the Osceola High School auditorium. Jerry under O'Sullivan'l experienced *
(tonight and Friday) and will Intrigue the audience holiday and honeymoon of two Johnson, !left, played the part of Mr. Bank, the father and leadership, they will be .phe.e 47-4171
oQu.llf'ln trial for Sebrlng Grand Prix with hi* antic. people. Jon Logsdon, right played Mr. Banks (Photo by Eby) comprehensively presented on

FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1(64Glorias

Q Circle with Mr. Edith Sooy, Sample St. Program
flower arranging. Mr*. Orpha Carr eo-hoateaat. 2:30:: pjn. ,
D -Political Rally, sponsored by St Cloud Town hall, at St. ;
Cloud Woman' Club 7:80 p.m. 1'I
Q -Orange Garden Civic Association Card Party, 7:80 p.m. '. I '
Benefit of Library \ '
D -Choral Society 112 S. Clyde Av*. 7i45 p.m. ;:;:!. '1v, fJ .
O "Touch of Mink" and "Hell Bent for Leather" at Arcade \. .A.' J, ','',: ..-
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through Saturday. .'''J4". AMERICASmost \
D-"Kun in Acapulco" at Cloud through Saturday. tJ
O -St Cbud Woman' Club CarA Party ;" .

SATURDAY MARCH 21, 164Harness

O race, Ben White Raceway, Orlando, 2 p.m.
D Miss Osceola Pageant, Tupperware auditorium. 7:30 p.m. :
D -Political Rally St. Cloud Woman' Club, 7:80 pm.Storing r; modern
D 12 Hour Grand Prix of Endurance I :: refinery

Q -First Methodist SUNDAY Senior MYF MARCH to 22 hold, USe rummage sale. ,: : ;

O-"Man's Favorite Sport" at Arcade, through Monday. l J$ :>-i ; .

MONDAY, MARCH 28, 1(64Rotary a," now serving Florida

D Club, 12:15, Paul Riggi, program :;
D -Troop 291 Boy Scouts, 7:15: Scout Hut. \.
D-Explorer Post 291, 7:30 p.m. 712 W. Vine ,. .,.... .. ,"
D Junior Girl ScouU Troop 681, a p.m. 530 Beaumont ,
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TUESDAY, MARCH a., 1(14 f' : s
0St.. Luke Baptist Church entertain ., EAST Club Meeting ,

O-begin St. Luke'at 7 Baptist p.m. Church entertains KAST, Meeting .. :. 4 ",-'" With giant strides, the South marches forward.
begin at 7 p.m.
o ...Troop 295, 7180: Nazarene Church ';
SMM MXAIHM.KH sae.' witJUJ :{H.' Till MM m.' y. "A' c i*" More industries! M roc eo l.More; tourists.! MorefocometAnd f t Y ;
t ; \ MXOf
... O -far: o re"mitomoSlesire3i5rlng! ; "r'ta
JSSI feeou Hut t.,1 II! t -- :
-Troop 7:30: f.ttff 'I' 'A : : '!" (" T"f ', H "ir'j
".... .' : hundreds of millions of gallons! 'Mlpetroleum
products each year.
O-Candlelight communion, Maundy Thursday. 7:30: p.m. First : i
Methodist Church .
Q-American Lakefront Legion Post No. 10 meets at 8 p.m. Post Homeon To.match this growth, we have recently completed l 1mmaammmmammt

O-American Legion post No. 10, Lakefront. 8 p.m. 4' construction of America's most modem oil refinery

Coming Events ,:>rJ at Pascagoula. a

Covering 2600 acres, this refinery is fed with crude "'
Daily, 8 a.m. until sundown-Catorland
Daily-Public Zoo Lake Front Park Klsslmme oil from the Gulf Coast fields through the longest
Wed d roun4 Sunday, 1:00 to 8:00 p.m.-Clock Museum, ,
St : underwater pipeline in the world. With a capacity .3 ar
Daily except Monday, Central Florida Museum and Planetarium,
Orlando. Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in excess of 100,000 barrels a day. it is one of the
Saturday and Sunday 8:00: to 6:00: p.m. Planetarium
showings 1:30 and 8:30: p.m. Sunday Special Rand Me- world's largest refineries.
Nan ly model of moon on display through March 21 ;
Daily\ 9:00: ,.III. until 4:00 p.m. except Saturday, Sunday* and A r
holiday*-Tupperwar* Museum, Klsslmmee.
This new refinery embraces all of the latest

MARCH : In. technology of oil refining- particularly in the' .

20.23-FFWC convention, Jacksonville
20-KUslmme* Rebekah Lodge, 8pm. Woman' Club building r production of more powerful automotive gasolines. 3
21-OES St. Cloud Fried Chicken luncheon, 11:30: to 1:30: Ma. a
IOnic Temple. h These completely new Standard Oil gasolines
21-"School Talent on Parade" a benefit variety show Howard ,
Junior High School, BOO E. Robinson Av. Orlando, 7:30 p.m. '' are on their way to you now. Try them at your
21-Youth Night First Baptist Church, St Cloud 7:30: p.m. t F
22 Open House Oaceola County Arts and Culture Center 2 to Standard Oil dealer's, soon.
5 p.m. Corner of Stewart and Bryan Street 9 0 ,
22-Chancel Choir to present cantata at First Methodist I.
Church. 7 p.m. Our new Gulf Coast refinery is another example of n
22-PALM SUNDAY attend the church of your choice 1 ;
28-American Legion Post No 10, 8 p.m. Standard Oil's '
planning the tr
1. serve South. '
24-Theatre Guild Workshop, Art and Culture Center ..1;. ; ,
28-Lion* Club Silver Anniversary charter night 7:30: p.m.
American Legion Home.
29-Building Fund Day at First Baptist Church St Cloud. E. P. NEID KISSIMMEE
30-American Legion Poet No. 10, I p.m. ( FLORIDA
i at

I-Election of officer, St Cloud Wom.,'. Club. Mrs. J, J, i t
Griffin Jr .
American: Legion: Poet No. 10, 8 p.m.
8-Theatre Guild Workshop, Art and Cuiiurt Center LSTANDARD1
8-Final Concert Florioa Symphony Orchestra, (Irene Jerdon, '
soprano Florence Koplaff contralto, .'1.n Cram, tenor, n
Donald Gramm ban, with Robert HufsUJ directing the
Bach Festival and Rollln Chapel Choir), Auditorium, OIL
0-KiHtmme* Rebekah Lodge, l p.m. Woman' Club building.
7-Erica Mortal, violinist, Central Florida Civic Music Association i, i if
Auditorium, Orlando.
American Legion Poet No. 10, 8 p.m.
9-V.teralll World War I. Barrack 1068, 7:30 p.m. Orange
Garden community building
Guild Workshop Art and Culture
10-Theatre Center + f IH
18-11 Spring Revival First Baptist Church, St. Cloud. .
15-St Cloud Woman' Club. Program, Public Affair D pt i'
18 American" Legion Post No. 10 8 p.m. \ -
17-Theatre Guild Workshop, Art and Culture Center .'. -
18-Flower Show. The Blooming Circus :


15-Junior-Senior Prom at Tupperware .' ,

Baccalaureate. service for 1W4<< graduating class. Tupperware r ? eI

JUNE !' r

-Graduation, for OHS Class of 194. Tupperware
24-180. National Pee Wee Golf Champioaahlp\ at Bio Finer
Country dub, Orlando. Open to golfer* 8 to 15 year elL MHBHERML fmmmHmmnammHmmmmmrmaf amm>mi **
No entry ,... Contact Cairn % Greater Orlando Chamber mfmmmmmBmif l iMJi i HJ





T1+e OasiXs. Ktmliiunii FUeMa, fail 1$, lead-P.l gi Vt e* 1

hit Thirteen Beauties Will Shine qt 45th BEEF

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.IUd. Saturday for Miss Osceola

.lair.. IVA W4lit \ Anniversary W.0 BRAND SIRLOIN

Cettld Be Steak le,88 ;
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of First: Step to WO BRAND BONE

Ieuir MiSs America SALEBeltsville Steak. u.88
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Cefrtettant for the Mix Otc W 0 BRAND FULl CUT BONELESS ROUND
let ola lisle are pelting find boo 's
touches all for tomorrow "trfght show .

ea. I.. audltorfulll.This could to the )in4ng
fee .l off plac for the next Mil TURKEYS Roast. u.88;
America The winner W n BRANO BONELESS RUMP
Miss Osceola Contest bas been'
r w approved to be entered In the
on Miss Florida Contest whota Roast. u.88;
'Ice winner will compete In the .
,n.iI. Miss America Contest In the Gr. 'A' Quick Frozen W-O BRAND BONELESS ROUNO

. fall.Ticket. art available at 4 to 10-Ib. Average Roast u.88

Hunt Brother and Broadway Dressed & Drown ,
Pharmacy In Kllllm"," RE(; 491 FRf.H GROUND DAILY lEAN
Entered and their sponsors Gov't I Inspected LB

] a re Beverly: Davis, butinets andprofessional Regular 49 a Ib Gr. Beef LI. 39SOEitriTeiVilieSttiRBtj ;
P. women; JoAnn"
: ... ill Statrlonis Amsden's. ; Sandra ..........---
r: a Adams, R o e n e y Pontiac; : .!. ="-
t)I a n n e Reedy, Broad..yMI.MNq
MISS OSCIoOLA-of< t96S Judy Cuynn led the Min Onceola ; Joan Marie Allen
Pageant Parade last weekend throurh the streets and St ( I.,ud The parade featured the entree for Saturday wood O(e e a I la Petroleum;
",-",', MI.. Onceola of 1064 contest. acbeduled' for the Tuprware Mary Low Farmer Riedel' Mo-
.*.. Auditonum tort; Sharon Reid. First Federal WITH Toll COUPON ANO 1'IJItCHA5 or \
Saving and Loan Association !. o*. (it *.t tttne. ...*
; Bobbie Jo Medals, Persons Flounder 'teaks
Over View Area'sFirst ; Roberta' Pollom Beta
1,000 Seas"tutu" "...* iitr
Sigma Phi; Marge Melton St.
Good Motor; Helen. Todd, AT AMY 'INN-DIXII
Sidewalk Art Show Burchfield Chevrolet Old.; I 51
Marilyn Knechtet Hunt Bro.
Seventeen' exhibitor presented Nahm with\ceramics and sculpture PORK 't ,
Gtreela Art AttoclaMen's ; Mr*. Helen. Thomas with BEAN*
tint Sidewalk Art Show ceramic* and temper' paintInr Thrift Club Meets
lilt weekend, to a v.ryinettrrtm ; Mr*. Bea Combs and Mr. 50 Extra Top Yllu $tlp. -
of viMtort up until the Margaret Schitld with certm- The Klttlmmee' Thrift Club WITH THII coU 554 AND P\IItC.HAsl 0.
lilt pMnbnft and t 'r mie Ics; Hugh Donahue with woodcarvings will meet' Tveoday, March (4 VAN CAMP PINEBREE2E GR "A" FRESH flA
pieces wen packed' and loadedto ; and Don Stetson at 1SO ,.Ift. at the Livestock Chtc'en tt roquiiie
(ro home. "with photos.Area. pavilion. Pork & Beans Medium EGGS ,
Final .tilllaW tally. Undtrir' pieced' 1,100. .In the forenoon.All .
Scouts AT AMY WiNN.lMXtt
SttunUjr'l thow hid pcrftrtwMUitr member" are urged to 300 It
and the sunburned attend t* complete pins for
fxhibtton and hostesses were Set Meeting IN annual Spring dinner. tormembers CAN 9 2 79
and their families to ?
ready to quit before the.I p m. (ten tltf ,.)
closing time but Sunday .ne,. be held Wednesday' March 15.
of violent wind Oaeeota Girl Scout and at f ,.m. at the community -
noon a cones 50 Eltra TM lltlltMH
guats blew down exhibitframet Brownies' will have a ret acquainted house, Limit' ) with< |5.haler Or More. tvtry tOO Guorontttii Sow
repeatedly] smashing< Campore" at St. No written notices will be' WITH THIS wun& AND P\IItowi CPe.
plat on torn pictures and Johns Episcopal Church April Bent .., htCI ,sose..

threatening fragile aevlpturrd Ith.SoouU and Brownie from Green peasuoa
St. Cloud and Klaslmmee will\ Factory Fresh too.u Meese list
Some. of the artists will haveother SAVE 20, BLUE OR WHITE ARROW At .
work on exhibit this Sun. meet at 9 am. for the refit.tratlon RUSSELL InnER ANY YlWN IXII
day ,when' the Art A Culture followed by the flagralsing.eeordtng 1'aweea", Candies II
Center Bryan and Stewart Sta. to Girl Scout, t l4 *:iet < *lr ai 9'
hold open house. Attraction Neighborhood' Chairman Mrs Detergent
James Roon.,. St. Cloud Hottl 1
planned then alto Include exhibits
The Camporee formally the Coale, slap .
of activities by the Foot.llrht
Theatre Guild, the 8>m. Oereola Round-up, will ham a .. .- --- SAVE ,30< DETERGENT limit't with $S. order! or mort. 5oLitre TN YIIN II'...
phonettea" and the Otcfol WorVthop session where the WITH THII tc P H NO MctWi 0.Ir' .
Historical) 8oIet .' girls will learn how to make
County ,
.beach ba.... The meeting I.I IA nln
Four of the sidewalk art South Trail Giant Fab lOX 49 did
show exhibitors were from St. scheduled to finish at ISO: p m. Oystersease
with a "&-out. Own" ceremony '
loud: : Mrs Ruth Walton with DIUVE"INTIICATIE few IoUIKII Its. .
water colors Mrs Melba Kin. SAVE 3< EACH THRIFTY MAID APPLESauce At ANY WINN."II
raid with oil paintings and FUN IN ACAPULCO IJ
charcoals, Mrs. Amy lUrrlnf SLATED AT CLOUD
ton with plastic compositions, 2
and Stan Cheren ,with pictures Producer Hal Wallis, who ORUMM), IMIUIA) 25
done. In India Ink and In poly. ,knows th. surefire formula .
met tempera. for an Elvis Presley film, 60 Es T/ hiss twI1H
Those from Klsslmmee again has colorful back- TIILIR. .
Mrs. Petty Bradbury and Mrs. rounds, an attractive tup.porting 7-Hour Horror Progrtm .m*.ems a,.*... ,.... eee.*.int itM sass S c AND ROI aioo
Margaret Brown with watercolors cast and a lightweight : pililNOnt
Mrs. Edith Aker, Mrs.Laura yet serviceable story "ur.nNTU""IIU1NTtU: i 1\t1_ IIIUJJJ .JfJl L IlIJ] .11.awl Tea lags
Brestler-Tettls, and packed Will tongs to attract : .'"un:"
Mrs. Helen Wallln with oil and pleate the star's teenage t'nU.IJAIII' Hum) !! ," Goa bass iaeee list
paintings; J. Earl Turner with fan*. i "TIIE"' ; IUUNTIMi" U. $, NO. I WHiff MORTON 'ROtH Al' NY WINN.DIXIb6
oils and charcoals and Mrs. Supporting Elvis art Ursula II
Bert Stetson with oils and water Andrew, Etta Gardenat, REGULARPotatoes FRUIT
colors, Mrs. Florence and Paul Lukas. Sun.-Moil.. Tun.22-2).21HIHMH ;.


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Croup, it shown above with some of hit paintings shown at '
the art chow held on Broadway list weekeend. The skew was 1IIJIIUU.1tIWH. "..
viewed by Jeer 1.000 pertona. (FfcoU by Eby) .Matinee... ..,. March t.M: If $ 'I.- ri _

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Grimm Funeral Homo Recitation of the Rosary was
was In charge of orreafe- at 10)80 .... Friday in the
wants Grisoom Chapel with the Rev
ti Paul Woodyard, pastor of Ht ItPedssmer

... MRS. LVLA DAVE ftda llf. Catholic The funeral Church part, of.

Mrs. Lula I... Dads, Ml Friday afternoon for
m of Jl Sumner Street dfedjonWedneefey Alexandria Bay where requiem
.. Bern ta BUM was to be celebrated
Pennsylvania, she moved to with interment to follow In the
Kissimmee ta I"". She was Henson cemetery Grissom
NEIi1Ge ,
1ae E. a member of Unity Church and Funeral Home was in charged
the EAST Club. arrangement

The body was forwarded to. AREA CATTLEMEN TO

Part Four--The Gazette kisslmmee, Florida, March 12, 1M4: FIKTCBHISTIAH ? Sharon services, Pennsylvania and' interment for funeral HEAR RESEARCH DATA

CHURCH t Riedel Funeral Horn was in Area cattlemen and dairymen .
Utilities Commission? charge of arrangements are slated to hear reports
on latest research findings and
HOWARD observe the results
Former City Manager Charles Jackson well- to in plots
was of at the Agricultural
Howard J Seneca!, 78, Eiperi
known for his pungent comments, one in particular Klsslmmee Motor Court, Kin ment Statinn'i Indian River

bears repeating as we begin our annual process ,of simmee and Hermon N. Y-, Field Laboratory in Ft pierce
commissioners passed away early Thursday April 1.Highlighting.
electing city :
s 'VI 'w. after several months \illness. the field day
Kissimmee doesn't have a City Commission. It A native of Alexandria Bay, will be a Dutch treat dinnerat

has a Utilities Commission." N Y. ke had been a winter 6:80 p.m. at Simonten's

And certainly it is obvious that a tremendous WE SURE LIKE TO \ / i'S ' resident! here for the past sisyears. elate Restaurant agronomist David Jones with, asso-the

amount of the City Commission's time is spent on He was a member of the Florida Agricultural Extension

problems dealing with our utilities. If memory serves SEE THIS KIND OF ) Holy Redeemer Catholic J I Service will act as master of
ceremonies. Featured
Church and was a retired fish' speaker
less than five times in the 15
right past
I us no years big guide will be Dr T. J. Cunha, head
I. the commissioners han been faced with the issuance PROGRESSJerry / Survivors Include his wife, of the Agricultural Expen
of utility revenue bonds to finance (1)) generators and Beatrice M. Senecal; one ment Stations' Animal Science
Arthur Senecal, Rochester Department at the Universityof
(2)) a disposal plant
plant sewage
N. Y) an adopted son, Florida, who will talk on
and sewage extension, ((3)) new water tanks and improved Victor Senecal, Watertown, the subject "Producing Feeder
mains. N. Y. Calves for Profit

Jackson was inferring that these very necessary -

tasks connected with running our ever-enlarging utilities

made it difficult for the city manager and the

commissioners to pay sufficient attention to other i .,
'' i
needs of the city.Obviously ; lAfter

commissioners have just so much time '-' &&#& "% **&

they can devote to city problems for the $5 per meeting The Ser ice

which the Job pa>'s. Obviously, too, most other I

cities have full-time "commissioners": they don't haveto

"double" as utilities commission members even Mock: cones ta the Pilgrim Holiness experience

part of the time Obituaries Church. even after the memorial service was completed -

So it's possible that we're so overloading ourpresent Survivors include one sister, =. Our assistance is always availableto

commissioners that they are not able to spend Changes Mrs. Nancy Wood Metropolis, to those we serve before, during and
two brothers, Richard, Kliilmmee Illinois. Also 2 half-sisters, .
sufficient time attending to the more usual businessof .. and A. W. (ChIck) one half-brother and several =- after he service.
cities. Noted inTallahassee Tindall It, of Orlando.Arrangements nieces and nephews, all in In 114or geesoiree
will be an- diana.
We believe the new City Commission should seriously ." nouced upon the arrival of his Funeral services were held
consider the suggestion that a Utilities Commis- 1flit. .. son who is flying home from at 8 o'clock Friday: in the III RlEDEL
England. Arrangements will Morrison Memorial Pilgrim
sion be provided to take over the general management
Merit"bell be In charge of Riedel Funeral Holiness Church, IntercessionCity
of this highly important business of our city govern By Jerry Home. with the Rev. J. C. B.,. 24 10M ITh2cJ51/om eMlyrH
\\ ii painting a picture A sow
one num, officiating The funeral IMMITT IlllllKISSIMMIt
ment.Offhand it U sometimes Interesting riOIIDAPbeoei
party left Saturday for Evensville
we favor an appointed Utilities Commission to from the DEACONESS CLYDE TITL'SDeaconess where final services were

with staggered terms, but with its actions subjectto canvas and to'r the work. Clyde Titus, 80, to be held with Interment to
'veto" by the city commission which is elected and The same thing got for what Evansville follow in Park Lawn Ceroe-
ii happening around us. l-- / M7-I18I
respoisive to the people. Take, for instance, Tallahas ." Thursday after several days
But is to the The flnt time this reporter
it not our purpose, really, suggest see. illness Central Florid*' Moat
mechanics of how a Utilities Commission should be setups sew Tallahassee in 1940 it I A native of Grandview, Ind, txllihi't. Dining Room
I I. loritwl In th.
was a sleepy little town. A few
she had
We do urge the new City Commission to study the could be found in been a winter resident ST. CLOUD HOTEL
I politician In Intercession
City for the
s 11..1.__.'. ..._....
problem thoroughly and make its own recommen the barber shops and the lobbies past 4 Masons. rosters ".. i
of the downtown hotels. She retired II...... P.ollltl.a0eo
was a Registered
the New York Ara .1111
The had! Joined
boys Just
None and an ordained Dei. FIt C'lnu"
girl to make Florida State
I University coed. Charles Corey Tlndt.ll,
I Seniority and the Senate Who would have dreamed in C4, osteopathic physician,
1941, or even '59 for that nut surgeon and community leader .

\ Like the U.S. Senate the Florida Senate in its ter Tallahassee would have died early Tuesday after
changed to Less than fife another In a series of heart
. "own way is a "club"-* very select club where senioris years ago* this reporter sew a attacks at his home,, 8100
a very strong factor in the effectiveness of any Individual wire service article comment.. Lakeshore Drive, $t. Cloud.! '
t ti I member. Ing on students In other nations Born In Hartford City, Ind., BORN
where disorder ban overthrown he came to Kissimmee in 192$.
Our own Irlo Bronson is one of the more senior o..rnm.nta-Kor. He was the son of Amos WU-
fl members, having served three straight terms in the and Turkey to name two. The lard and Rene Bell BreggsTlndalL
Senate theme of the story was that In 1932 tie started his
It waa much more healthy for practice but for the past sev
1 Seniority is no substitute for ability, of course, student in the US. to hold oral years he had been semi-
but here there is also no question insofar as Irlo Bron panty raids (At the risk of retired.
is concerned. Ills has earned the being dated, this writer must His activities Included civic
son quiet ability respect -
admit that the fad, when he
Ii of all Senators. He is an effective, capable Sen. was an undergraduate, was to and political service, and he
had been most active In the
ator-&nd he has seniority swallow goldfish.) First Christian Church of Kiss

1 There should be no question but that Irlo Bronson Students Only three were year pushing ago beds the simmee. WINNER !

E will best be able to represent this district most effect and cramming Into telephone In 1941 he founded the Orlando .

ively. He must be returned to his Senate position. booths and midget automobiles. Osteopathie Hospital,
! and two years later he established -
This spring It may be the Geriatric Manor, a
I same. Some other ridiculousfad nursing home specializing In
Hats Off to Highlands might storm the campusof the rare of the aged la 1945,
Florida State University he started Osctols Cement
Kissimmee Highlands growth into a community aa well as other U.8. colleges. Products !ne., a cement products IIMNS9UMIM1M, i t iilfRN tMtI NN
But raids fast being manufacturing business t chi, jai w w sew ;w'w; d '
panty are ; .rt If. ., '
with its and is the
own pride spirit amply proven by shoved off the headline In and for the put several yean
highly successful political rally held there last week at favor of Other activities. has been In the cattle business t

which most candidates for public office were In at This entire school year a dealing mostly In purebred :". / 1kDRIVE
determined group of FSU Brahman. i : r
tendance. youngsters has worked off energy He was elected mayor ofKissimmee '
We want to take this opportunity to congratulate by carrying signs In in 1947 and wasreelected : ;

the good ciizens of the Highlands for the example they front of campus restaurants In 1949. Cov Spes-
urging them to Integrate. The sord Holland named him to
have set for the rest of us. Our American Democracyis downtown theatre was deluged
the Florida State Board of
only as good as we can make it-by our interest and last spring euid fall with demonstrators Osteopathic Medical Examin

our participation in the free elections which are the who were sent to ers In 1943, and he served for
jail by the dosena.
I hallmark of our system of government seven years.
In front of the Capitol thisweek
H* was a state trustee of
I I marched: a group of
the Florida Osteopathic Med-
youngsters on their way to kal Assn. from 19N to 1957 IT !
The Club Cuba in serious ;
! Country a If futile a member of the ethics com-
effort to. get a ban on nuclear mitten and editorial 'board of

Perhaps already you have been asked to buy a weapons.Across. the street stood other the FWtda Osteopathic Medical

share of stock in the Osceola Golf and Country Club, youths watching, one bearing the Florida Assn. vice Assn.president of Nursing of

which is planning to add a swimming pool and clubhouse There a sign.""Students 00 to Cuba on both and side Stay Homes in 1956, stste representative .

to its present fine nine-hole golf course facility. of the street were handing out to the National
These shares cost $200 apiece and it's necessaryto pamphlet telling\ their side 1957.Board of Nursing Homes in

sell 200 of them-more than the of the story
some present Only the day before a Dr. Tindall was a memberof
number of outstanding shares, sold for the most part of a dozy Negro officials group of the Elks Lodge and honorary
when the golf course was being constructed several the National Association for member of the third district
the Advancement of Colored to the Florida Oateo-
years ago. pathle Medical Awn of whichhe
People (NAACP) from overthe
This will require widespread community support, state marched Into the was president for two -
from golfers as from non-golfers. But we will gain a Capitol..... room for a press f..... j jTest'diive #
Dr Tindall was memberof
fine center for our social and business life to replacein conference announcing a mate
the executive committee jf
demonstration planned on Good ( 'e.4 sunn Tongue TORO
large measure the facilities lost by demolition of the Friday In which an estimated the Boy Scouts Council; president
Tropical Hotel. 10,000 persons would march on of the Klaslmmee Day
We the of all public-spirited citizens the Capitol (there was disagreement Nursery of whkh he was one the total performance that earned
urge support HowTeHI
as to the total number of the founders; a member of Rscinf Helps ftrli* You a Better Carl Most
whether you are a golfer or a swimmer or not I ). the First Christian Church Ford the biggest i winning streak racing his = = tea r a sack ls a raised
It made one wonder Just how where lie was teacher of a For ". Ford racing has lad tea better
things have changed.Tb... actions young adult class for four tory-and won Motor Trend magazine s coveted blciirprwtd**"* ***" ..*.tram,stronger

Qaxette seemed vague and insignificant years a member of its board "Car of the Year" Award! Test-drive a winner mate wneevt to tatd rod and ftomunc bolts. Sue Improvements, Doge
no ,
imporU* k
when they happened of education and its building .
In Seoul or New York or even committee; and assisted ta at your Ford Dealer's soonl
AL CODY DAVID WEST BOB CODY Richmond. But when they happened founding Junior church
Publisher Editor Editorial Director in Tallahassee, one Hs is past president of the ......
wondered if the whole world Klastomee Chamber e| Commerce
And one hoped for the days Chamber Industrial develop
again when the most Import. mt committee at the time ofhJ
Second clue postage paid at Poet Office at Kissimmeo, Florida, ant thing will seem to be how death. a Member of the
82741. Published every Thursday at Stewart Avenue and many college student could KUftmm Industrial eo.*
Verona Street ftUsslmmea. Telephone7.261.. Mail Addroesi equine Into a milk bottle. mission of the Oeeeola Gusty
P.O. Boa '31. Planning l Cots-alule.

General odvertUu bated on open raw of -M per. agate Mne. INTERESTED IN INVEST. president of the OeceoU Industrial AUTREY MOTOR COMPANY
Local advertising; baaed oa open rate of M per column Inch UJQ IN SERIES "H* SAVINGS Service Asan.Survivor .
with adjustment for consistency and volume. ClaMified..> BONDS 7 Banks eadtier are Vis wife, Eunice milt Of MOADWAY w"'nLOMfP' M+at t7.gs1*
vertising J>& pr word; clauifted display under contract at sass financial: Institutions wffl Jeannette Phflbps Tin-
column Snob.Jptlon accept wad forward application dan and n anti Dr. John
per to tike nearest Federal Phillip "..11" a captain tothe
price by maflj 100 per year, 4 monU St-M, | Res erra Bank er branch for Air Fen stationed in
; by carrier, 40 per "..t. eJeUverf to ragirtered ..... EI'CIu4; two grandchfldi-Mi;


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lash ) u- .

.. Stock SalesReported
t! '

... .
At the KiaalsMsee Livestock\
Market Wednesday, W6 cattle
C- and calves ware send compared

; ;. to 460 a week 1IfO. .
No chang from last Wednesday .
except stacker calves

The Oasette Kitsimmee, Florida March 19, l 64-Pag Five with were! a strong gain to on 1100 100-280 higher Ib

wd Rw ; dclits, Halves and Yearlings

State Fire Ant Attack Plan the comprised run. about M percent of

To be Renewed This YearBy yearling Standard slaughter 450400 steers pound sold

for '17.6O-tII.OO. Utility for

Doyle Conner service* should be helpful to $16,50.416,50.
,, "K 9 '
Gemmisloner of Agriculture cattlemen In making plant for Mta Good 460-WO pound hatfars the
Ow attack on the Imported production and marketing '11..4I8.oo! ( ; Standard '!'.- man
fiN ant In Florida It being renewed The Fwrusry 1 monthly report 0042100.

this Spring State and "indicates how feeding hat Utility cows! dairy type,
federal agecies will be cooperating been Increasing outside of the SU7&-4.1900 and one Commercial for your land.
with land owners who Midwest $16,26.Cutter .
want to rid their property of The five states now beingreported and Utility built told

the pest. on the monthly listing for 16.00418.0..
On the state tide our divi- account for more than Good and a few Choice MO- It the land clearer who operates
lion of plant Industry it car one-third of the animals on BOO pound calves $21..426.Standard .
Tying the ball. The federal feed Jauary 1 this year In the GOING UP-Real progress Is being made in the construction of educational building of the IUOO-|M60, and Caterpillar.built equipment in your area.
team't activitiet are under 28 states now reported In the First Christian Church on Main Street as is shown in the picture above. Unique in design the few up to $.UO; Utility Il?.
supervision of the U. S. Department quarterly statistics. Californiahad building has created much Interest In sidewalk superintendents (Photo by Lby) 420. Few good Vealers $29.. I What kind of man Is he He's the type
of Agriculture division 850,000 head on feed February 25- .Mi; Standard, |M.00-
of plant pest control. I; Nebraska, 783,000; $80,H. that will |fr you the best clearing job--.

Some 135,000 scrip, mostlyin Colorado, 493,000; Texas 433 Common and few Medium
at an economical rate. You can count on
Weat Florida, are expectedto 000; and Aritona, 837,000. Kissimmee Furniture Expands; 400.800 pound feeded-ltocker
be approved by plant Industry Incidentally the latest report steers sold for $15. -$1UO. his being dependable because he op.
. for treatment In the two- on Florida's livestock Common and Medium 400760 .
year program which began population shows our state It Sees Steady Growth for Town pound heifers $16.00-$1$.. erates Caterpillar.built machines, servicedby
last Fall It wu impended holding Itt own. At of January 00. Rozier

during Winter months when I this year, we continued Common cows sold for $15..

the ants are Inactive. In fifth petition for beef cat Klailmmee Furniture Store, "Kitilmmee hat a good future It ..illeon.llt of putting up -$11, Inferior $1I.6 $10.00. The
A. total of 106,000 acres In tle among ttatea east of the banking In the future of Kit- and we are planning for another two story building. Medium and few Good >50600 A Caterpillar equipment he operates

13 counties In the Panhandle Mississippi River-tame at a. limmee, it currently undergoing this and will attempt, to give\ The 28 Broadway location pound calves sold for |1&.. means I lot, too. Besides Its being' the
hare been 0 K.'d for treatment year ago, with ranklngt unchanged a 1,000 squire foot ex. the people a better selection Is franchise holder for Seely 60-42350, Common $16.00-
by county fire ant centmitteet. for Illinois (No. 1)), pinion at a cost of over of furniture. Bedding, Zenith Televisionand $1050. most dependable machinery It's also

Of that total, 22,000 Kentucky (No. 2), Mississlp- $13,000. Sprinkle, with his wife Bette Painter Carpets Medium 100. 60-pounds
acrei In five of the counties pi (No. 3)) and Indiana (No. Boyd E. Sprinkle, owner of have been planning for the Sprinkle said he and his $2850( $1080, Common $21.. capable of the many different Florida land

got a going over last Fall In 4). the store, uid he was undergoing expansion for the past year, wife, Bette, will\ be making 60-42700. clearing jobs (like stumping, clearing palmettos .
test of the new bait mix GENERAL GRUENTHER the expansion because The building which started plans\ to facelift the front of Florida State Marketing Bu-
known at "mire x". NAMED TO BOARD cf what he bas seen here In last week will take two their store when the present matt, PO. Box 77 Jackson ditching' and draining' lower areas),
Using five pounds of bait, the last two yeah months to finish. expanson Is completed vllls 1, Florida.
containing only one teaspoonful Rexall Drug and Chemical Mrs. Sprinkle Is a trained a For 'land clearing' the man for your
of the toxle, or poisonous, Company president Justin decorator.
chemical to the acre, the tests Dart, announced the electionof Interior The present expansion was JIM ILLINOIS CLAY AUTO ATTENDS CLINIC 'land Is the one who operates Caterpillar
Cattlemen Cowbclles Set
proved successful General Alfred M. Gruen-
designed by local architect equipment, serviced by Rozier.
The current attack on fire ther to the company'! Board Chuck Parsons and will be Jim Clay of Klssimmee, re-
sate It not an eradication pro. of Director and Executive Osceola Membership DriveA built by Carl Glatt.Oranges. Gently completed! training at
gram. It la a control projectto Committee General Gruenther Bear Manufacturing Company .
be operated only where Joint Tupperware's president, *i Automotive Safety Service .
landowner ask for It. Hamer Wilson, on the Rexall GetPromotion School In Rork Island, 1111nols -
Request for the control board Tupperware it a divi- combined Cattleman and LeFevre, president of the Oiceola Jose" L.
treatment are processed first lion of Rexall Drug and Chem. CowBelle membership drive I. County CowBelle'i Association Clay received training In
by county fire ant committees ical Company currently underway In Osceola and Kirby Hancock, allnement, balancing I and
which make up the area Into General Grucnlher retire County president of the 01 e eel a frame straightening, learning ROZIERM
blocks of the required IM! and March 31 at president of the A covered dish and barbecue County Cattleman's Association ( of techniques In ".afet, service".
then apply to plant Industry American National Red Cross supper Friday, March 27 at the meeting Is opt'tto The biggest promotion Clay I Is associated with JimA
to join the program. Mr Dart comments, "Gei.eralGruenther't 6:SO p.m. at the Klssimmee the Immediate membership of Florida fresh oranges since the Jeff't Osceola Tire ServiceIn RY 00.
Land owners participating oversell experience Valley Agricultural Center both organizations at well at 1961 freeie has been Klssimmee,
t In fire ant control pay 60 will be valuable to ut because will be held to "coordinate to pttt and prospective mem April 1-11 by the Florida

I ,cent for the first acre and 15 of our expansion a. suggestions and thoughts" bert of the cattlemen endCowBelle'e Citrus Commission SOCIAL SECURITY OrUANDO FtORIDA TAMftfVCATERPILLAR
Object of the special' promo.
cents for each additional acre. broad. According to Mrs Barbara Association. .
tion Is a vintage' crop of Valencia
Besides the Panhandle, Infested
which will be -
counties In Florida representative of the So
Duval the east Jainicsoii Officer reaching peak quality during cial Security! Administration ..
range from on Corp. that time, according to Homer lltrainit eat las T'tustslti h. fttsliUrftMmttit
coot across to the Gulf and District Office In Orlando will II Ctttrs mil' fvtttir. 55i
t.: Hacks, Commission ranerl.lIIa"a.r .
be at the Community House = -
south to Manatee
It I. worth noting that ml- Experienced in Aircraft In Klssimmee on Monday, Apr,
rex la harmless to wildlife "We Intend to Utlllit every 6 and 1064 between ':30
promotional Idea at our disposal 20i f 230
am a
Also It hat no residual effect pm.
Edltor't Note This It the The Nylock l Corporation to Increase demand for ,_ .
In other, \1Ir4., it lotei It.potency. ------- -- -- -- -- ---- --
first .f a three part series tecld) this unusually fine Valencia
..within two seven manufMures- >>( aif-i ,
after fa ; Trotiremlng the officers tt the craft psrt >sidcrew nathlna, croft.", he said. This will In. .... ,
data .
That meant application reforestation* JamtesHM Corporal who ore parts mf *. vulva flie lq'qt, the Commis \ ,
within short Interested la moIn their air I TrebilcoclcTn 1961 Warns> sion's 60-mm merchandising '
could occur a
plane plant to Klaarmmee. field staff, several thousand ,
time However, owners of land president of the Nylock Midwest
that hat been treated are advised J. H Trebllcock, vice presbdent Corporation which manufactured r pliers of display mUrlal, and
several) million ,
of the Jamleson Corpora. '
to keep an eye out for the lime ))Irte. television
tion, recently joined the corporation consumers through
appearance of any new following ten yean of In 1062 he went to work commercials and magazine and ,
mounds and treat each one executive experience ranging with the Samson Concrete Industries newspaper advertisements.
Immediately. Usual rtlnfesta- airplane to In Florida ts Executive ,
from selling parts
lion period It June through Vies President
petroleum.A CALL GERTRUDE with
August when the ante are In laU ma the old
of multi 43-year
holder a J. II. TreblIk news or want ads- -availableitltht
flying.Mirex U available at farm commercial pilot license, Tre father of five joined the Jamie- vlca president and day, Phone 147. ,
his aviation Corporation
bilcock started ca- son 2883.
supply ttoret Prompt action **+. I.. the United Rt..... Air I -
In applying it to new mound. Force: and the Royal CanadianAir ,
will prevent the tpread of fire Force, logging over 1,000 A
ants again U a degree where pilot hours during World ,
they once more become an War II.
economic threat Following the war he wee
Rapid development of cattle graduated from Purdue University I
feeding on a ye.r-'round basis with a Bachelor of Science .
and speeding up of the trend with majori In Air Trans
toward shorter feeding periods portatlon and Business Admin.
hat caused the U. 8. Department litratlon. I y

of Agriculture to But toon after graduation he
expand IU monthly report of was recalled to the U. 8. Air I
cattle on feed.! Force at an Instructor pilot
The monthly report originally for the Berlin Airlift i
lilted figures for Art- Following the let down In 1 I I
Bona, California and Colorado.It Berlin tension, Jamleson joinedthe
now Includet Nebraska and Cities Service Oil Company -
Texan, The next quarterly report as a division sales engineer i
will Include cattle and for one year. In 1961 he I

calves on feed In Florida, Joined the Nylock Corporation 6 9r I
Kentucky, Mississippi and at vice president, division manager
Tennessee.This and Eastern Sales man ,
expansion of reporting ager.

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Boring of bands In district
contests II I done on a ICE
five point mathematicalscale
ri ranging from a high
score of one to a low score
of five A score of one la CUBES
P Interpreted a* "superior",
two as "excellent", three aa i r
ey ". "good", four aa "average"
v and five aa "fair" or "poor"Because .
of processes of i:: STICKING ?
I elimination very few con-
? t..tanta compete without a
tt: chance of achieving the upper
three ,rad... And most f
teen-agers fight fiercely for
the superior rating, and feel
j that a mere rating of "good"
represents personal) disaster _

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Iii EnsemblesContinued
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SOLOISTS representing Osceola high school who! participated In tn. district. luga s..uuu. .....01 suit( posted from Page 1)) OW was the one-word comment of Band Director John B. minutes! rAGE
contest In Daytona Beach Saturday Include (from left, back row) Glenn Ward Chuck Ogl. ed that were all three when he was told the O. H. S. band received a final Stop struggling with ,
tree Pat Driver, Ray Cody and Craig Cooper, (middle) Paul Evani, Cheryl Hartley, Maxin the band of "Superior" at the district band contest at Daytona last Ice cubes-cubes that shatter and ffrH1S
Antonuccl Sherry Campbell Charlotte Chltwood (front) Kay Dunlap Della Carter, Lynn At Sanford .,. Band member carried him on their shoulders all crack. V pAIRE/
Davit, Jerr Ann Clark Shirley Dick ion and Mary Farmer had earned the campus of Mainland High School In their enthusissm. Just bring In your let trays(any kind) FfZ i
marching. In hour later Jamison returned to the Scoreboard "just to see if and well be glad to "Friiidaireconoh' 'r/1
they were rated still there". ditkm"them in a matter of minutest
The final score /
or" That means Cooper; brass quartet
boy band la / of George Powell,
elate competition Conner Dee Vlehman SEE THE
Professionals Diane Koger.
strength of a .. soloists rated as 64
number of soloists Included Sherry Camp
Its ranks, and clarinet; Charlotte Chit- CARL SCHMIDT
score of drum; Shirley Dtckson,
bias participated horn. RAMBLER GEHRETT APPLIANCE
trict contest was the second year In
(' Indicates .. B competition and th.
High School). member found the judg Orlando Highway
I Glenn Ward to be on a somewhat high l ,24 Broadway Kissimmee, Fla.
Ann Clark', level in solo and ensemble L 'I' .. '':..3. .
I -847:31 12J) em ....' -f
$ Lynn Davis, had Just reasons fo be 'a.
and Pat Driver, ; tof their showing.
ik. along with the --.
semble won the
I perior" rating.

Ii i ti Ilr semble Member were of the

j1J ouccl, Cheryl
I 19;+e Farmer S h e r r EVROLET
Sheila Oliver
; Jerre Ann Clark,
: son, Pam Snook,
Those rated as

ton Include met twirling; Della Maxine) Kay makes all types of quality trucks

ENSEMBLES from O. II. S. who participated I n the dlitrlct contest In Daytona Beach Include Cheryl Hartley,
from left, back row) Ann Koger, Dee Vlehma n, George Fyle, Pam Dymmek, Tommy Davis, Farmer, baton;
Joan Mignusson, Mik. Bait, (third row) Shirley Dlckaon, Ann Honetor, Allen Conner, Char. trumpet; )-
lotto Chltwood, (second row) Mary Vlehman, S andra Reed Jan Rlbley, Ann Melltika Beth ano; Chuck ...._._ ..-- -
Porter, Bill Ward, Patty.Poweri, Glenn Ward,'( front row) Jan Davidson Lynn Davis Maxine horn) a trombone -
Antonuccl Cheryl Hartley, Jem Ann Clark, S Kerry Campbell, Mary Farmer, Sheila Oliver and sisting of Mike
Pam Snook. Dymmek Tommy
! Joan Magnusson)
quintet consisting

1 -fth.... Cloud ''Excellent' at_ Band_ ___ _- ContestA - Conner Ann Monitor
and Shirley ;

final score of "excellent" competition at Daytona Beach. Lee James, Sunni) Welk) and a
was earned by the St. Cloud Three judges voted two "excel clarinet trio consisting of Patty '
High School Band at the dl. lent", one "superior". The Nlnow, Jan. Wood and Donna 891211"W
trlct contest In Dayton Beach unit earned "excellent" In the Wesley.
last weekend, A top rating of sight reading contest. Final
"superior" was awarded on score Is based on all three elements
Rolland Fete SetFor
the basis of the marching of the competition.In .
the solo competition, }
awards of "Superior" were the first tint In Flori
I ATTENTIONLOT I won by James Green, trumpet) da's long history of major i
Becky Partln, piano; and F. agricultural activity, growers
OWNERS !II Pierrtpont, twirling and producer of almost SO Kissimmee
Scores of "Excellent" were separate commodity group
awarded to Clifford Newton, will say a personal "thank
build beautiful flut. trio consist you" to Senator Spesaard Hol
Let us a new I trumpet) a 1 00
I home on your lot for nothing ing of Janice Young, Betty land tryan
i down 100% financing I

arranged In a matter of I
minutes, with monthly! pay C. e e e sea a e

ments low as $38.20. e. s a + e t Eeii .

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Ti 0 California AprilMi FLORIST

uel Dill of Clara, Call- M ....".1 I47-4M1
: IIIHI M,.. Lee A. Taylor, Santa
IPT' ,, .' Buck Street announce the tomb .
: entrapment and approaching The wedding will be an....t
marriage of their daughter, of early April' at too SaateClara
Nina Elisabeth to Antonio B. Catholic Church BeautifulInteriors
: Dia. ion of Mr. and !Mr\ M.. Mia Taylor wa born and
In KlMlmmee and
March 19,1964-Page Seven a
T ic Uaiettf Kiiiimmee }Florida
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: Alice Lake Auxiliary to MeetThe Dk wa* born on the Free deeoratfatg arvk&
Edgar Epkins
(land Asares.of Sao George In the Phone 817-4411

Vows executive eommitte and
Exchanjed Recently
nt member of the American Lotion KISSIMMEEFURNITURE
Auxiliary will meet SHRIMPIn
The marriage of Alice Lake, Kentucky, Ohio Michigan, Thursday, March 19. at noon- CO.
61S Indiana Are., St. Cloud, New York, Canada and Ni.y.are at the Legion Home. A Basket 23 BROADWAYJACK
and Edgar Epkin*. Central Fall On their return to All member are urged to
Line, Michigan, was eelemn- St Cloud they will be at horn attend. Each I* asked to bring FREEZE1TEDRlVE.IN
lied at First Baptist Church: to their many friend at (IS a aandwlch.: Coffee will be
In Ft Myer on March 14.Mra. Indiana Avenue arrved.
Epklna was a former tea- .
PLEDGES HONORED-Pledget of the Beta Epsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were honored (Ident of Ft. Myer
.t a Preferential Tea held Sunday afternoon at the Eplaeopal Pariih Houu. Shown above, left Reverend A. P. Minahew officiated .
to right Mr*. Robert Cuynn: preadenti: Mr*. Jim Watford, Mrs Ken Newman, Mri. Jim Mon at the double ring
goven, Mr*. David Woodard and Mrs. Lou Feuenteln. Mrs. Francis Murray was not pictured ceremony, In the church audi
_ (Photo by Eby) torium. Mr*. Epkln now a
resident of St Cloud li a iAi1
member of the First Baptist i .
Church here n t
Albert Thin served a* beat +
man and Mrs. Thle was the
brld,'. matron of honor. Mr
and Mra. This* are from An- ,
trin, New Hampahlr Mra.Or-
pha B. Smith ef St Cloud wee t
the bride' attendant.
Mi)1tt Mr*. Lake thou a ttreet !
v h length drei of turquoise chiffon
c with a bouffant skirt
white accetioriei and carried

JtrP a her whit wedding.carnation Mr.corsage Thle wore for "? ,tit
a drea* of pink cotton alao
r I..hlonecllnto a bouffant skirt t
with! white accessories and a
? ? ) & r white carnation eora.,.. Mr. LET'S PUT A
Izfl w
i Smith selected pal green a* '
her color, with white aeceuor* :
let and white carnation ton \ )
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The bridal party enjoyed a i
luncheon at the Holly Hilt ,
Hotel, Ft Myer, Immediatelyafter v'
the ceremony. : Go Getterl
Mr. and Mr*. Epkln will .
spend several week touringthe
southern state, Maryland,

Itkh Final Plant Told
Final plan for the weddingof -H IN
Mil Mary Elisabeth Freeman -
and John Milton Bovia

OFFICERS INSTALLED-The newly elected officer of the Klulmmee Elks Auxlll.1'1ere have been annouted! by the
Imtalled last week. They are, left to right, front row, Mr*. Bob Carter, secretary! = Mrs Cecil bride-elect.
Sylvester president; Mra. Joe Suldo, treasurer; Mra. James Kaiper,rice preildent; Mr,, Frank The ceremony wilt be held _
Broylei, outgoing president Back row, Mrs Don Mock, Mra. Jack Carroll, Mra. Bodo Klrchhoff, Saturday, March Slit, at I
Mra. Gene McCann, Mr. C. P. Kilcoyne and Mra. Furman Pectin (Photo by Ebjr) diet pm. Church at the, Manning Manning,Mftho-S. C STATESENATE I

with Rev George It. Yarn of.
Junior; Women floUtlng.Thoae. ,
I from Klulmme taking N,1r
Elect OfficersThe r
part In the service will be
Kiailmmee JuniorWoman's James Adrian Boris, belt ( ItS.
man: Jerry Rogeri and Johnny .
Club elected new ,t on -
Boris, others. Mr*. Jerry _
officer for the coming year
Rogeri will assist In serving
at their March meeting.Thoe
Mra.Margery All friends are Invited to
elected ares
attend the wedding and reception.
} Thomai, preildenttMr
Pal Powers, first vice .
Mr. ad Mra. Adrian Boyle,
v p.ld.n)111I Ellen Carter, _
parent of the groom-elect,
second vice preeildeent M n.
will entertain rehearial
FJ at a
Bobble Cant, recording aecretaryi .
Mr*. Fern Thompson, dinner Friday at the nightWoman's Paddock Rerteu.rant
corresponding secretary) Mrs
Bridget Gainer, treasurer 33rd DISTRICT
Theie new officer! will be Installed Club

An Important In April decision mad. Sets Card Party NOMINATE & ELECT
by the club! was to present th."Folllu" *
this The monthly card party,
again year. JACK H. WILLIAMSON
They expect the "Follle of game of player choice, will
64 to be equally a* entertaining be held March 20 at l.SO P.m.
r In '62. In St Cloud Woman' Club
aa they were
the of the building. Mr*. Jams Rennek
At augreaton
Welfare Committee chairman er, chairman, and member of WILLIAMSON
Bridget Gainer, member of. Circle.Four will serve refreihmenta. JACK H.
L the club volunteered their aalatanco *
to the TB .-re, unit High acorer at each table
while operating In Kietlmmee. will receive a prize and ....
PRESENTATION MADB-During the Inatallatioa held Wec!. era! door price will be given IN THEDEMOCRATIC
neday Mr*.John & Carroll Jr, initalllng officer, left preaent BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT to those holding the lucky
ed Mra Frank C. Broyle. retiring president ef the tike number
Auxiliary, with a $100 truat fund certificate for the Harry- Dr. and Mr. Francis Murray Proceed from ill card par-
Anna HoipiuL Sh. oleo received! a stint disk with matching announce the birth of a tie sponsored by Woman's
candle holder at a further token of appreciation for her eon, Jonathan Rhyo, Friday, Club are wed to maintain the PRIMARY
leaderthip during her term of office. (Photo by fly) March 6th. library, club building fulfill
.1 committment to Florida Federation .
and help locally: with 5th
Girl Scout, 4-H Club, Cancer MAY
Crusade and other worthy
projecta. Prizes and refreshment .
ONCE-A EAR SALENowbecause have bee donated by
club member member of Circle. 4 or other Paid Political Adv.rtliwm

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*l)'-THOU AND TIME Of JUDOK'S COURT JUDGE COURT ST. CLOUD HOSPITAL presents modern panorama In this picture made for a souvenir booklet Paul Kirkpatrick Sen. Trio

14UCAiNUIDATES OHCKOLA. COUFORIUA 'frT, 08CBOLA: COUNTY ChE610,1000 FLORIDA ScientistsSee for hospital dedication day presented! by officers and employees of the Citizens State Bank.INTERIOR Bronson, J. W. Gees Mrs.

"'H ItR AM. under the law ESTATE ... NROKRTRUUB: ESTATE: OP : Theresa Budinger Wm. J.Jouml.n. .
and ordinance of the City of IN RE L. McDOUOALL i: Handel H.
KlMlmmee. a general municipalelection JOHN T. LiVINGSTON Dced.hOTHM Deceased. : ermn.. Ares-tie m"nNN i} Y : Rev. ,
will be held In th* City OF HTF.' TION New Way Brown, Rep. J. J. Griffin
of Klnnlmm Florid, on Ih* TO MAKE APPLICATION! NOTICE TO'o UIDiTORJi: Archbishop Joseph Hurley,
lilt day of March lt 84. Mid FOH KIMAL' DlntHAMbH All Creditor, Ltittteri, Dirlbutete ..
dale being on the le.t Tuoday TO ALL WHOM IT MAY ('ON.CKRN and All. I'ercoa To Freeze Father Terence Family, Father .
In March. nil; adIIVHKRkAS. : Having Claim or Demand Nugent Rev Mother
It II. Axalnit Said Ettat:
II>y far a Myor-Con ml:-*loner Ih.t Jame r. V. Wlnl.n4 has You and each of you art here Louis Edwin, Sister Theresa
nntf two City OommlMlonere to filed his Flnil' Return a* Executor by notified and required to pre- ,. Freneri E. C. Ktekhaefer,
r... elected by the qualified election of the Eatale of John T. ent any claim which you, or Here's a new ieclp forSouthern C I ham
or the City of Kleelmme Llvlnalon l deceased; that hehas either of you may have telnet fried Monselgneur u n n n ( ,
In Mid general 1 election.THBHtrUK. : filed Petition for Final DI.- the estate of Gertrude L. MoDousill. chickens Buy a Charles S. Collins, George
: BK IT nE.anl.v. charge, and that h* will apply deceased, late of Oeee plump chicken store it in your { Shaw Dr. James Rlnaman Dr.
.:" tl of ..11undld.I. 10 the Honorable O P Johnson, ola County, Florida, to the kitchen for two at room ,
.. f office shall County Judo nOfth Oeceola Coun. County Jjdci of Mid County at years R. Garland Wood Joseph M.
t< printed th* official ballot ti. Klorlda, Sth day ofApril Kleelmme Florida, wllhln alt. temperature fry and serve Ehanaphy, Mrs. Ruth Ferro
"' ho have r> rqutcd to b*> IH4. for approval of name calendar month from the date with peel and potatoes
corns< cindu i by written pell. and for final, ) dlerharv ee executor of the first publication of thl Mrs J. W. Geel Mrs. Willa
ilgned at leant twtntytlon of the eitat of John T. notice Keen claim or demand This meal sounds Impossible Sheets Earl Harris Dr. W.
five elector of said City whoare .Ivlnaeton, dcaeed inset b* In writing; and became the chicken
qualified to vole In aildlection This Ird day of f..trNa 4. slate: the place of .I c.m.IIJpo.t.olll. normally Dale Beemer, Ted Collins,
and all of such petition N JAMBtf 1. > .. addree of the claimant would wither away to bones Chester Barber Adrian Bovls,
.hall b* filed with lbs Executor of the Entet of and b* worn to by claimant in this period of time. SCENES at the St. Cloud Hospital! show (left) the corridor leading to the several Frank .
('Iv) Minaaer of the City of John T. Uvlnrton, deceased nil agent or his Itvlll operatng rooms, and a typical private patient room. Poffenbaugh Manny
KlB.lmm.e not later then 4:00 Murray W Overtlreet. Jr, become void according to But such a delayed dinner ll Budin,.,.
I>, M on March IOth 1001 Attorney for Executor
I.Thl. now posslbls through
UK It RKHOLVED FURTHER P. O. Box 411 the Ith day of March, .
that each candidate for the office ClMlmmet., Florida ** says Dr Gerald Kuhn Cooking is Fun
of City Commissioner and Mar 0. IS. II. SI, IM4 nS. 'ranklin Melg. assistant food microbiologist .
Mayor-commla.lonar" of said City Q. Russell MelgeA .
hall\ qualify teparately for the Executor of the Relate ot with the Florida Agricultural -
particular I office for which h* NOTICE TO DE..IINDfETH : lerlrude U McDougall. Experiment Stations, ,. I Ham is Traditional Fare
l.>a candldau, a* new providedfcrRBHOLVED IN CIRCUIT COURT OF 1>*.,....41.
NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Rill F. UavliKleilmmee Freete-drying Is a recently-
.: : FURTHER, that CULT: IN AND FOR COUNTY OF Florida developed technique in food :
Ibis resolution hall tat effect WCEOLA OF FLORIJA. Attorney for Eiecutore. ==I For Easter Sunday Dinner
Immediately upon It* pa.iaga by IN CIIA STATE\. OBORUB: H. Mar. II 1*. SI, Apr S, 1114 preservation that I. expectedto ,;
tile City of Kleelmm. Florida IAY. JR. I'lalntlff, Vs. MARYrRANCES IN CIRCUIT boom into a $1 billion a year
This Resolution shall lake JAY Uafendant.: NO- COURT FOR THE _
effect Immediately upon III TICK TO DKFItND Th. State of NINTH FLORIDA JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF operation by 1970.\ Basically, By Barbers Griffin Lopfer with lemon filling and white
adoption Florida to MARY FRANCIS JAY It Is a proceis that
Th. City of Kle.lmmee 104 Armory, Greensboro Ala- l'tvu .. REBA IN CHANCERY FRIDLEY.F'lalntirr. tUft from frozen foods'mwith- Easter. will soon be her*. It frosting.The .
BY,, J. Adrian Bovl iama. You are hereby notified casserole
asparagus recipe
It* Mayor-C mml.lonr hat a eult In equity for divorce "PR1DLKY.. "".Defendant WILLIAM THOMAI NOTICEOF out appreciably changing the Page EighV The Gazette JUssimmet, Florida, March 1\1\ IIIU U such a good day for families Is one most of have.I '
ATTEST been brou i byOKOHOB you
: curd. color shape toil of the to get together and share
1'Y.Irltl"c or
Roy E H. Circuit have eaten it several places
ManallrThe Court of the Ninth Judicial FLORIDA TO: WILLIAM THOM. product the happiness that the Easter
Mrs. Effie Hartman and son Grace sometimes Is like
AS as Bohannon Marilyn It just
RIDLEY 414 M Leo Street, ,
Circuit In and for County of O* W
gives us. ar* so
'above Resolution was cwta, State of Florida, and you Charleston, Weet OVEN NO. Kuhn explain a combination Judge Jack Traris, of Palmetto Dietrich Steve Johnson Ann messsg because mine, sometimes It has almonds
adopted by the City Commleeloiot summoned. ordered TICK IfT HEREBY that of and lucky to live In Florida, .
are b.reby temperature
KlMlmm., Florl. Plaintiff h. Instituted cult for proepure spent several hours In Kim.simmse etta Roberts Tracy Muller, on top. All... good
of *.
Ih Cly and required to file written though Easter
da, In*regular meeting- ....m l.d answer or defenses your to th* Complaint 0lvoror t"lollo the above allows about \98 per cent on business and rlslt. Kay Simmons, Florence Fox even well but Ill put in my .....y., sincea

... II day of February: lost. tiled herein against you ilyled Court ord.rel at. harshi of the water to be drawn off Ing Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lane Sammy Odom Hike Moore, comes early this year friend asked font the other
: summoned, and ..,_ .
RRMOLUTION NO. 1-01 ,11th. above entitled cau.e. In probably have a day of sunshine
WHEREAS under lh. law. th* office of the Clerk of the : to file your written aniwer or the frozen product. Nitrogen Mrs. Hartman 1s a former reedent Pauline Franklin, Elsie Grlgs- and most assuredly well day, and you can change it
the City of In OeceolaCouniy "f."..* to the Complaint filed Is then Injected to replace the ( of Kisslmme
and ordlnanc I ) of Circuit Court and for *. by, Mary Zebus Rebecca Pal .. you wish.ASPARAGUS.
Kleelmme. Its general ..i.clonlar. Florida, at hi. office lathe 'I" the above styled cause In the In the food and to bare flowers. I can remember
office oxygen retard A. D. Tomasello brother of Don Fagan Bertha
of Phillips
the Clerk of the Circuit ,
required to b* held on the Court House In Kle.lnimee, Easter child when the CASSEROLEIn
as a
Ut In March "r each Klorlda' on or before the lih day Court for the Ninth' Judicial' Circuit spollags due to oxidation. Dewey Tomaselluo and Mrs. Jimmy Barber, L41 Colburn,
eer' end of April AD 1114. and to serve of Florida, In and for Oa".. Th finished product Is actually Easter dress and new white a buttered 1% quart casserole .
M. R. Boris WILl named in the Barbara Partln Sadie Gallagher
WIIBREAf.. before any regular acopy ot such" answer or defen. ola County, at his office In the I shoes had to b* put back into alternate the following
.general election the Mayor ee upon Thacker and Thacker Courthoua In Klulmmee, Flori dehydrated and ready for list of the 102 most Influential Lillian Polk, Linda Lup-
commissioner hall le.u. hi* t'lalntlfra atterneye herein d., on or before th. 4th day of packaging. in Florida. He makes far Harry Dale Clyde Story the closet\ for a week or two In layers:
persons ,
proclamation ilgned by Man and whop address I. Boo 101. KI.- April IM4, and to serve a copy because we woke up to snow 1 can asparagus, drained
thereof on Flalnllff Since water and his home In Bartow. Mack Ethel Fen-
tteeled by the City r elmmee, ria on or oeiore said Attorney oxygen are Overtsreet
said .I.clloll at I.e.l required\ law, If whose name md address zee .et on Easter morning That ll one 2 sliced hard boiled eggs
ordering date a* by you attracted to freete-drled products R u b y Simmons returned nell Jack Crum Mary Frances
I\Ir prior to the dal.spt fall to do .0. a Decree ITo Con- out below Should you fall to do disappointment a Florida child scan cream of mushroom soup
For.aldKFOHEseclloDnt: :: '...0 will be entered ...I".t you .o, Deere I'ro Confeeoo will be like nails are pulled to last Wednesday from Ocilla Prather, Gene Snyder Terl will\ never have. mixed with little
THEH : E IT RE.ROLVEU :. for the relief demanded In the hand.: again*! you. Wltneea my a magnet special protection Georgia where she and her sister Tarcal, Prator Gilbert, LesterM a asparagus
Clerk of Mid Court and We
are planning a family juice
that th. following
the seal of Mid mutt be taken In packaging Mrs. Schmidt of Orlando, a n n Spencer Overstreet
lection proclamation b* issued: m a* Clerk of Court at Klsslm.bee Easter da The Easter Bunny 1 drained
PHI! N'LA' ATION Bald Circuit Court of'. Oeceola County Florida, The foods are enclosed eitherIn went to visit their mother, Sarah Skinner, Mrs. J. G. can asparagus,
IT II HEREBY announced and County, Florida, and the lest of Ibis I7lb d., of Fsbreary. I.... will visit. the children during 2 sliced hard boiled eggs
airtight in Mrs. Fletcher Mrs. Fletcher Matt Judy Ferric Art Dyer
(CT. CT. SEAL) cans or polyethylene ,
proclaimed that a regular general aid Court at KlMlmmee. Oeieoln the night and I hope h* doesn't H can cream of mushroom
of Orb / GLENN RAY or foil pouches. returned with them for Frieda Best Earlo Tanner
election In the City Kl* County, Fie I ? on the day ol ,
.imme Florida, will be heiddorm. March AD. IM. Clerk Circuit Court leave any of those too sweet soup mixed with a little asparagus
Freete drying reduces a visit In Florida. Ruby, the Edgar Class Best wishes to
the '. hour of vollni Glenn Oeceol County, Florida Well have the
/ /. Ray candy eggs. juice
lay Murray W. Overitreet, Jr weight by about 80 to 90 flower lover that she is said each of
tale Ih* Out ot >f.rch. III. Clerk or the per you. family and friends for Cover the with cracker
nt IT Hro.dway, Klielmm, Circuit Court, Oeceola I Attorney P. O BoaI or Plaintiff cent, a definite advantage In the redbud and dogwood were Sure miss seeing Marte Tin- some top
Florida, for the purpose of electIng County, Fla. dinner and since we will all crumbs and dot generouslywith
KlMlmmee, Klorlda shipping and storage over beautiful along the way. dall In the First National
commissioner, 'SEALTHACKE
a Mayor want to to School butter. Bake this in moderate .
whoee term of office shall begin: AND THACKER Mae I, It. 11, SI, 1114 normal foods says Kuhn. For Birth I day congratulationsthis Bank. She left last week for go Sunday
at S:00 P M. on the first Tue*. KU.Immee. Fla.Attorney ; week and Church, our dinner will be oven about 20 minutesor
NOTICE TO CREDITORS!: examp10,100 pounds of frozen are being sent to Indiana where she will make
for Plaintiff I
M uf one yearlandla'City, Commied Mar I, II, |l, 1/. nUl la Ike 1..11'. (wort JulieOeeeoln of Ik* chicken most will weigh only Gladys Briggs, Margery Thorn- her home with her sister. one time.that can be prepared aheadof HAM until LOAF bubbly

caner to surest Dan Auirey: 29 pounds after" freete-drylng.
('hy Commissioner who5a.pLt! IN 1'.enl y. Florida Ham Is the traditional Have lib., ground, r.uredjham,,
oo. HH .
e* term of offirs enplr.l&TI01'I 1. "I'll' 4i ,tINY"' t kS THEKATATieOF .n ;,.This means 71 pounds of waMM : :
M. 0" the tint Tuerlnyr4sAlrut ''RT ylUUW'rY: : BTKMN! p.'.t!HILBMA;'1 1' ", w ..;i I Whs taken out. ], Elementary 'School News.,h'* ,nih' 'm ,Iclot, .,' Eaitadlnoetnroeat,.didUe'' 4.HiJlh, fafyfoflf.ground\.

1504 for a ...rlo Cif 't_ cp.5m1iil, 'To" all Creditor*.., to..alcue" ,. ''TVreconstitute 'I ". ? h't' qp', I Jlrooif I will have hall hut, in together( at market, ( ,f'
l eaeunrc..d Russell a CIIy Thacker'omml..lon.r, City IN RH. ESTATE OFMARUARET pl.trlbuue.. and all fereom the fr..... Ant form. ,A Mend of mine, To this .mixture add 2 eggs,

c'bmmiKHonefwhoe* preeentrrm V.e....". BUNCH NOBBJ against having said Claim 11.1.: '.or Demand dried chicken simply open the Bus Loading Ramp Now Betty (Mrs. Thomas K.) Slain beaten 1 cup milk 1 cup dry

of office eiplree at I::00 N01KK TO rMRDITOMS: You and oaeh of : here. packer and add water The shared her ham loaf recipe bread crumbs and 2 teaspoons
I' ,iM. on the first Tuesday In TO ALL CREDITOHM. LKOA you chicken meat will soak
1 by notified and required to pre- up the with me several years ago and lemon juice. Mix well shape
April llfl, for a period of two TEES, mRTRlBUTKER.: : AND sent
Mrt, ALL PERSONS HAVINiCLAIMV either any of you claim, my which hav you...In.t or necessary air and water returning Operating at Mary Bryan we all like it I make a double and place in loaf pan. Bake at
All pereon poeieeelna1 OH DEMANDS the eetaU of HJLJD. very closely to its natural recipe of It on Saturday, put 825 degrees for one hour I
elector In
requisite to an AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I YI.of'
sate elecllone: and who have resided YOU AND EACH OF YOU are MAN County, deceased, Florida, Oecola. ) appearance. It in the refrigerator, and Serve with Horse-radish sauce '

fora ,is period Ih. of City eli or months Kl..imm.e asc1 hereby notified and required leprsunl : Judge of said (bunts to the at County his of. Kuhn points out that nearly By Peggy Bradbury Mrs. Mary Ruth Rogers' there it is all ready to put In HORSE RADISH SAUCE
claim which
any you. flee In the Court House at Kleelmmee all fruits vegetables and The Bryan buildinghas level three class has been the
prectidlneth* Seth day oMarch or either or you. may hue Florida, Mary oven on Sunday morning 3 tablespoons well drain.
nil,. and. who ehall have. asalnit the estate of tats..* ender month from wllhln the sit dale cal.of meats art suited to free to-dry- been completely painted studying a unit on birds. The With It well have an aspsra- ed horse-radish Into % cup

bten; books on the rialetratloh Hunch Hobbs, deceased oOeceola f the lInt publication of this No- Ing preservation and outside. It certainly is thrill boys and girls combined their casserole
.tf said I City acoordlnct County, Florida, to the I lice. Each consumption. a gus glazed carrots, heavy cream whipped. Season
'law aald .: b* entitled to vot County Judas oh""Jllr: countyat be In II.Ilr"'r: .tat.must the Generally, any food witha to see our lovely light green bird stories and pictures |into parsley new potatoes, Cessr with U teaipoon salt
In regular municipal *leo' his office place of re.Td.nce of high protein starch! school trimmed with bright attractive booklet salad and
at Klealmm, Florida. within I the claim or content a an pickled beets eggs Next week Ill give the reel-
tlojiTh* Commlielon ball appoint six calendar month from the ant claimant and must, b*.nt worn or to by the freete-dries easily, Foods yellow. We're all ready for The students In Mrs. Tilley'sroom onions, hot roll. and for dessert p* for. really spectacular

th lore. neceaaary to conduct clerk said election and Inlpeo end< this dat Nolle of the first Each publication claim or demand of. I or the to ml"law.will become attorney void aooordlng -, high In flit and sugar freete Spring. Principal Louis Feuer- have been learning about lemon pl. and white cake lemon pie.

make due return thereof a. must b* In writing and Thi. |". teth of dry poorly stein toured the building making transportation. They plan to
provided law. ... .. February,
by must state the place of r. talks In each room urging
BB IT FURTHER: RESOLVEDthat : dines or the claimant and must "V/S/ lake a train trip and well report Intercession City NewsConununity
thl resolution and *ali b. sworn to by the claimant his Admlnl.iralrlx. Dorothy of i the Illleman are unknown If alive, aad If the children to take pride In later all about this.
election, proclamation ehall b. or lbs same Byron P Estate of dead their unknown heir their school: and keep it looking .
:'rlntbo: lorl'; Hll.maa, dse.aeed.
The level nine
published In the Kleelmme Oatie. acoordin to Thacker and Thacker law, ., aa.lgn- one through
fresh clean and
a :tIJ.I"*w pubIlihed 'lawThl. Attorney for Admlnletratrlx see Honor*, Orwl/orn;: or oilier pretty. music classes of Mrs. Jean Saddened
In ; ', one a wicktor the IH day of March KI..lmmaa. Florid 1.lm."I. by, through, under eragalnet The bus loading ramp at the Donahue the by
ar* continuing
the at dab least of said th l election.prior to lost ARCHIE U NORM Feb IT, Mar. I, II. II, |||. such decea.ed d.fendanli east end of Mary Bryan has
study of what makes
and an
RB: IT FURTHER RESOLVED>> Archie U Nobbe of : to any and all pore been completed and Is in Death of
z Eieculor -1i.-THIt: CIRCUIT COURTT", sole claiming ant right title or operation. This week they studied Church Worker
that the form of official balloto l the Estate: of Marl..1 Bunch NINTH Jl DICIAL CIRCUIT.. Interact In and to ihe properly Principal Feuersteln"
: need In said .IseIon analubatantlally Hobbs, deceased IN AND FOR OHCEOLA hereinafter described In Oeceola the cello Thanks to Mrs.
a* follow*, twH Murray W. overitreet, Jr. / County, Florida, AND TO ALL asks parents picking up children Barbara Hansel who let Mrs.
1\ffHTl""i By Mrs. D. G. OwlettThe served "his church"
; Attorney for KieculorP : NO III WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: in ears after school to as janitor.

OFFICIAL' BALLOT Klnlmmee. O, Box 411 Florida I BARBARA BAKER FRAZIER.: : The properly Involved herein la please do this In front of the Donahue use her cello. Th community was shocked He was untiring in his service,
Plaintiff dwrrlbed' children able and
REGULAR: OENERALMUNICIPAL hear. I, II, II, UM "., :I BEGIN aI lop fet North of the school: and leave the ramp were to ese and saddened! at the sudden ringing the bell for meetings
this musical instrument
C1TT OF KIBBIMMEB ELECTION LOUIS EDWARD FRAZIER !I Norlheaat Corner of Government area clear for busses. This is play passing of a long-time resi. cleaning the church, mowing
Make before Defendant : Lot Tw (I). In Heotlon Th. boys and girls are still the lawn, and whatever he
a uses mark hi and A. Nathan
a safety precaution must dent Mr. Love 83
MVORCK Thirteen
Notice of intention To Township ll
learning Easter Level
th* name of the candidate or !worn lIT South Rang II : adhered songs. saw that needed to be done to
one choice.. Application For ( at rrHyannle. East run. be to. years of age, on Friday evenIng
Sinai 11 5 TOI IAIUIS EDWARD .RAZIER thence Houlh III Net. thence five six and seven classes. are better the meeting place. He
Foil MATORCOMMIMIONBRVot "Nh IN Iflnekiey Road O feet thence North Mrs. George Y. Bait, Jr., for to at the home of his son in
lot sae.NNw..N.NW.NW.. rut practicing a program always went than the
III the principle at Orlando.
MeeearKu.etl and thence East 110 was speaker
(c, J ...... ... ... 08CEOLA COUNTY, YOU that a HBHkMY NOTIFIED feet to the point of beginning. the district meeting of Delta be presented at th. April Funeral "second mile" to make visitors. '
.w:-- ------ NOTICE IS were conducted
0 ONM:: yol. tor en.. FLOKIIIA Complaint for Di HEREBY OWEN: meeting of the PTA. In the services welcome His
FOR CITY COMMIMHONER IN RETHB:: KMTATK: OF voice has been file. against yes, that Plaintiff has Ibetlluted suit' Gamma Kappa held in San- In the Wesleyaa Meth-
For ,...*.1'*.r Term to Succeed LBROY VANDICNBEHOH. ( and you are required to curve a again*! you la the above entitled I ford. This was a gathering of Incidentally, we have Good edict Church on Sunday consistent Christian life and
Dan AUtreyOROl'p'fwo'VoTJVorVn deceased I yPf of your Answer or: pleading Court I* quiet till In the plain Friday off as our Easter holi morn friendly greetings will be
outstanding teachers from Ft
.___....._____ PROBATE : the Complaint on the plaintiff I lift to the above described prop hug to which many local
\ TO ALL WHOM ITIN attorney, (1KORQE: L. arty, and that you are hereby Pierce! to Daytona which Is a day. Children will report back friends came to show their greatly missed In the commun
; **--* MAY CONCERN: CLAP II AM. SO North Court written: d t* answer' or file your large district to school: the following Monday respect
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER Notice I. Hereby .111811 that I, Ktreet. PoeOJhoe Box loll Or. defence on or before and affection for this ity.The Rev.
For Tw Tear nee SI Thacker, have filed my l&I\d01\ Florida. and file the orlg. April Il. toes with Ik* above Mrs. Bait spoke at the active citizen of the commun A. Frank Birch
Term to BucceedRueeell final report a* Executor: of the :r or pleading In theoffice Court, and, to serve a copy luncheon on "We It. r n In Mrs. Pat Redgrave's level spoke of Us faithful labors
Eclat of lamp VanDnhrahdeceased lb. Clerk of the Circuit' thereof on the below named Attorney
( Thacker that I have filed poll Court on. day or a Decree Pre Confeeeo Through Travel." She talked six and seven room they have ity.His through the years la helping to
111rlf the B.
I iiriiiiTiinmiirinini tlon for final dlecharae, and of March youefgl: to do will he taken .I bud ou. about the educational systemof been studying Insects. For the pastor; ,. Mr. Cecil organize camp meetings at
EJ that I will. apply Ih Honora. .o dares pre confeeeo will WITNESS my and the Shafts spoke feelingly of
IT FURTHER RESOLVED, to b* Stoneboro, Penn. and in West
alas South ,America which she art project they made butterflies
that the City Manager b. and h* his 0. P. Johnson, County Judge demanded .In.011 for the relief seal of Mid Court el Kleelmmoo., this faithful member who
I. hereby, authorlied and direct- of Oeceol County Florida, on In the Complaint Oeceola County, Florida, tall observed this put summer this most unusual way. Virginia.what's .
*d to have th* ncaery offlclej the Idth day of April 1144 for HATED at Kl.eln.mee. t>e.,ola March If 1000.ICIRCU111 during a tour of prominenteducators They traced around their feet
btflute printed I and make all approval of MIX and for finaldlnchari RSr'XrrTO.- IIU day COURT HEAL)
curb other rrengemente end do 55 K.ecutor of the /CiLKNN HAY throughout South with socks on, put these patterns
all'other Ibis, a* may b* "... Slab *f Leroy VanDnbrshceaeed. ULEN.N RAY, CLERK OF America. on various colored construction -
Clerk of Ih Circuit THE ABOVE COURt
weary according for 'conducting to law.': said election Thl Sib day of March IMi tieceole County Florida' Phillip I R. Kelley She was introduced by Mrs. paper. They put the new at :

Pe..ed and d .ly adopted onbrury LJ timer H. TharkerKieculor Nr Ellsour. ll Jowers P a Box III Robert Schmidt who formerly left foot for the right wing nod .'dayr
of the Kutat *( ICIRCU KAWP.b. III B. Monument Ave) ;
(h. day ot LBY 1114.IN $
.P. V, Adrian Hovl Leroy Vanltonbersh. ttrptI'yOIJHT Ki'.lmmeo FloridaATTUHNEt' lived In St. Cloud. She resides and the right footprint forth
Mayor-CommlMlanir deceaeed lT. Mar, f.; It. It, m. FOR PLAINTIFFMar In Sanford. Also sttend- left wing With the addition tCyi1msuits
ATTEST' Mar li. II, |l, Apr, I, IM4 -.L' IS IS. Apr, 1. o, IM
Delta of and
E. Hannl FOR HIM inc the Gamma Kappa feelers, decorations

City, Manager .NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS- meeting with Mrs. But were glitter they had attractive

Feb. If. Mar. I .11. 1*. IH4 NOTUH TO NKDITOHS Ike reeled" office bide.f will the Board b* received of Publicnetrurllon at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Mrs. Pat Redgrave, Mrs. June butterflies.

-+-- In the Court of the of Oeceola Couniy at NINTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, Bond and Miss Clark Houston During a discussion of community .
': I'rto"r1f00tC'a0''. hacker and Krneet: Sle.. Kle- IN AND FOR OHCEOLA
THE COUNTY County elmmee. Florida, up t I* e COUNTY. FLORIDA helpers in Mrs. PeggyBradbury'
UMIES COURT IN RE TUB EHTATB: OF ( AM. tbsr.dny: April J i 44. 0411 I Sympathy Is extended to
01'1':01"OUNTT WILLIAM M level five and six
for the complete' .*tr.c\lon 0''
FIXR1DA. dace salsa ( library, Admlnlelratlon and Indualrlal I'lelatlff. Iva. Mrs Pat Tlltey and her familyon room the milkman and what .

IN REi: ESTATE OF nietrlbuleea T* all Creditor, and all, Legatee: Y.runehaving New Oeceola Aria High Addition*,hool.t* Kle-She. MARION. C. MATH1S. y 4 the death of her father Mr h* did was the topic. MrsBradbury t thJt's whit ,

BERTHA Ik aEARH.: IVread.MITMM Claim. or Demands. .1..... KHtrMa." Defendant. I William Humphrey.,. asked the class why I \\"j
TU HKDiroH: ...I..t Mid Rotate bide received will b* Mrs. Katherine Rhoades ta milkman. white suit I
wore a
IIrt:1: I
TO ALL CRRDITOHM LEtlATEEH. You and each of you are hereby opened and read slued, imoncBNoTirn level and .
DIHTHlnUTKKII AND' notified and required' to pre- a'I..* and apecldrilloa may heianlned or si IT two three teacher" Stephen. Watts reasoned It out I
All. PERSONS HAVING cent any claim which you, or '. at Ih* of fir* ol ,'''arl.. TO MARION c. MATHI has bees using a tape recorder quite well when h* said Milk I one and !tw* pac
CLAIM OR flYM'ANll I g either ol you, may have aialnetth H. 1..1''.... -
u N. Addree Unknown In reading class. The children is 1 itylc. designed; ta puke
white the milkman ye-
AOAIN8T AID ESTATE: eetate of Herbert W Mar- Stewart Ate. KlMlmmee, Fla YOU ARM HKRBBY: NOTI so wears -
YOU AND EACH UF YOU shall. ........... lets of OeceolaCouniy of enjoy .hearing their little the
One eel I and epeclflcation !- PIED that a Complaint for IHvorro ows a white suit a* that if lie spills OIIIJ pie M the beech.
notified and required t.prqeent Florida" to th,. County end forms for bUdlag has been filed agalnet voices reading.
any claim which you.or Judge of Mid Count) at his office may be general eon.tractor end yon are roeulrod <* eerte yes a milk\ ea his suit It went show t III 1 aad. ,just pine
either of you, may h!I"* I* the Court Houa at KI. .0"/'F"'t.I/ the Hike of vour Answer or pleading
anelast the ubls of Herlhc Immee, Florida, within six calendar architect *r '."tlll". te'r.f Complalat on She lain-. Stm: JI'JI
Hoar* deceased Ints of OoeeoUCoinly month from th* date of III..*. tiff GEORGE: L and lilt pfEel
: Florida, ,. the County the first publication of Ibis N. HOARD OF PUBLIC CLAPHAM.r'Nort Court. Avo. \ 1 p.POWl
Judg* of said : : t.t1:1".K1: tics Each claim or demand mull INSTHl'CTION n. Office Box 141 Or.
fir I In the ( o .- b* In wrltlneand must etale th* om0.iU.V Cl>CNTY. r..t'r.r, and file the or4glnal >
.1...", ... Florida within alt, calendar plac of res. deere ot th* elalm- | A Answer or pleading in the M t,
month from the date of mccl be sworn to by Ibe t.u: M.I'II. Stepheaa, el fire. .f the. Clerk .f the. ClrrvltCourt
the fires publication of this Notice ens::\\t, his agent ar atloney, ecrelary on or before the teth day i pi IM tiro Just far I ve

.tEach claim or demand suet or the cam will become void March U. U. SO. 1144 .f April, 1104. If pee tall la 4o t
bets must stale the aee'nrdie le ... decree oonfeooo .0
place of ,..fd."ea of the claim This lie II "dT'y: ot February, IN I'THINcIJ"1 X l'RT! .l"I' taken a yon for th*will reSet: bo : y 1
.lIt and mut bBworn t. by th. demanded In the Complaint .
elaJmaat hi* agent or attorney, M4i/ Erford.t Wood (\'IT IN AND bolt ODCROLA DATED at Kl.elmm.e OoretU
or j the *am* will become voia Kieculor th*. Kelat of COUNTY. FUtRIDA IN CHAN. re".I,. Florida, this Uta day.ot USE CUt tAYAWAY PlAN fat
Herbert \\'. .....hal.. Ca.HY. NO. Ills FRED A. BAR a, March. lM4b(1LKNN
or'fb4:: lna.le.W.: 4y or Marco. deceasedPhillip I'lalntlff. .,.. AL>HED IVER.NON HAY!! leek ot UM WMMTS wo VACAlOI AJIIIS) ()
H. Kelley *t *l ." TO I Circuit Court, Oac.ela.County
u'/,' "' W. Jr P. O. Bos III tIET) TITLE, ;c'JTIT OF Florida .
O..I.t. 3r., II Keel Moaumeat Leases l'IT. THE siLly OF FLORI. (CIRCUIT CtH'RT
Ezecalor.f t... ltat.. .f :t"MHst Florida IlL TO Alfred h..... and BYe 'SEAL.._
Bertha Do Rears. deceased EXECUTOR: Adela J. hi* wife, whoa iioputy Clork Q
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I Plans Mrs. Mae Luncheon Wood LeMonda Our Congratulations To .

t. associate matron, St. Cloud
Chapter No.8, Order of
Eastern Star, and members of
her committee will serve a
;""' fried chicken luncheon March ,
"'t. II from 11:90 a-tn to 1:80 --
"" '". ,.m. at Masonic Temple.
'. I Tickets may be purchased
from any officer or at the
door. AU proceeds will be The Citizens of
used for the Stark many altruistic +

projects St. Cloud and all

Glee Club to those who had a
aw-1 fn/L. !ti. I Attend MeetingMembers -

AFP OFFICERS of the St Cloud Hospital Include (from left) Sister Theresa Frances, adBpstrator in
Sister Christopher Marie, business manager, and Sister Anna Theresa, general of the Osceola part making a
Bervisor.jekhaef. Rich School Glee dub participated
In district competition at dream come true!
Ocala on Saturday The 4T _
er Donates Moreo 46 Served as girls will also participate In
fits solo and two ensemble

> New St. Cloud HospitalS Trustees for contests.Miss The Sandra Glee Club Deaklns.Is directed by

HospitalThroughout Concert numbers Include
i Kleknaefer Corporation Give M* Your Tired Your
purchased the new airiditionlnc Poor" and "I Like the Lad".
equipment for the the peers 48< Soloists Include Ann Ben-
Cloud Hospital persons haft served on the nette, Susanne Lockwood Col.
The original alr- DdltWIn- trustees board of the St Cloud keen Campbell, Shirley Dick- WAITING LOOM
!r equipment, which has been UoiplUl son, and Ruth Ann West
utalled for some time but The following have, at onetime
>rr used, Is the wrong type or another served aiTnuteei Benefit Set for 11"'" ,
equipment for this inital- :
don and Is not operationaL! Everett A. Arnold, Wm. Trailer ParkThe
'he company which furnished Dale Reamer Ray Bouvter,
I equipment I* no longer In Roderick Bramham, Rev Han- annual cancer and heart
I1Iln.... del H. Brown, Mr*. Theresa funds benefit sponsored by
Approached with tills problem Budlnger, Mr*. Prance Cam- resident of Brown's Trailer
just a few 'week before to, Charles S. Collins, HerbertS. Park will be held March M Best wishes to the 7 h /t '
:he Grand Opening of the CowIe,. L. Philip DenorerRer. from 10 a.m. to 4 ,.III. at the
ipiUt, set for March 19, the Emerald B. Dixon, Mr. park. St. Cloud Hospitalfor
lekhaefer Corporation pur- Emma Douglas, T. Clifford Homemade baked foods
baaed two FerUc, Joseph W. Geel, H white elephants and some er-
mdeniinc unit to be mountedon Ulburn Godwin, Rep J. I tides from the hobby show a successful
[ the roof of the building CARL KIEKHAEFER Griffin, Jr, J. J. Griffin, HI,, will be for sale. A lunch counter
The company said this k*'* a -doer Alexander D. Hall Jr, N. Earl' will sane the risitors an future the ,
Harris, and Mrs Alma Hetberinfton. serving
[equipment, which was pur- adequate luncheon. All profits:
chased and Installed by Hill will co to the Oscetla County
York Orlando Corporation, Or- wr Other were i unit of the American Cancer needs of thecommunity.
lands, Florida at a cost of p,. Robert H. Johns, Judge 0, Society and to the Heart
a19, will pto/Hde" the hospital P. Johnson, Kenneth Kelder,, Fund.
with a salutary and satisfactory Mn. Ethel Kidd, E. C. Ukhaefer .. ,
swstem. Hill York baa given Paul E. Klrkpatrick,
assurance that the new Edgar W. Layman Donald D Union Tourist
equipment will be installed and Lettow, Harold R. Marquart,
Club to Meet
operatoinc satisfactorily before Mr*. Ira Newbard, Franklin
Kenneth Porter,,,
the Mirth 19 opening School
The St. Ooud High
Creed Rtagsn, J. W. Sac,,
of the aJr-con-
The donation
Glee Club, under the directionof .,
Joseph H.Shanaphy, Mrs "
ditionfnc system by the XI. James R. Wad, will pre
la Sheen, Mark Smith hireOrpha
khsefer Corporation is the Nutstir
Smith Rev. E. H... sent a musical program to
most recent in a series of contributions
members and friends of St.
Thompson, Henry Thompeon
by the and
company and G. Cloud Union Tourist Club
by Its president, E. C. Klekhsefer James Wood. F. Tomsovie R. March fat T:30 p.m. In th
over a two-year peri 1 f'Nb1
Community House
Members who died before I
od. the completion of the hoeplta!I Mrs. Eva Wright, secretary FIRST FEDERALSgsandloanAssaciationof
has made arrancmente
MRS. THERESA Bt'DINGER wen: Fred O Blackburn, Mr
ROARING TWENTIESSET E. J. Henael, Sr, and W. E. for this program a. well as
her dream a reality
the final program ef the season
on March II when the
Twenties will Barblson Restaurant on Park GADS, Golden AC Dramatic
be relived April 1-4 when the Avenue and will end at the FOR TRUSTEES Society, will present a short -.
Itch annual Rollins Fiesta Is Sandspur Bowl on the college skit Club daMN will continue : '
held the Rollins campus.If through ApriL p ,
on College Officer and trustees al .:;1. ,
conpu in Winter Park. large will be elected at the I .
The fiesta parade, marking you're OM of tho* wbehavf annual meeting of the. St. About 100.000 dairy cow
the beginning of the week't a Ut refund coming t* Cloud Hospital Foundation,, product the 1,700,000 quart ef .. !
activities, will begin at 2 p.m. TOO-why not take It to UJ. Inc, March 80 at 7:SO p m. h I milk required each day by
Wednesday, April 1, at the Saving Bonds the City Hall auditorium. Florida consumers.


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WE are happy to have been able to help complete the project, as a demonstration of the \ I :I4: 'i

contributions enlightened industry can make to the well-being of the community and its citilKft

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The Hospital is the second building we have constructed in the City of St. Cloud, and of course .

., ; we have built considerably larger facilities in other cities-with some 20 plants and branches in .

f'. the United States and Canada. We hope we can plan on further company buildings in St. '" .. ..

Cloud. With the support and good will of the people of this area and Osceola County, we ;

,;..;,o/ will. Good luck to the people of St. Cloud, and our sincere best wishes to the dedicated citizens -

.1...: the hospital executives staff, and particularly to the gracious sisters of St. Joseph who .' q

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Churches Plan Special Palm Sunday Services This Weekend :

rSA Sermons, '" '. ;r''g :" ;,' '\ : :'
ROCK \; ,. .
:: .vp 't, '; erotBa HIII.IIOUSED -..,..' '.
MORTAR MIX For :Many )' j i several Carders reddenU also :
STEEL A WIRE MESH 1 I" :< : attended the show. ;

Services Set .: FURNITURESeweMThurmond ..
a Dr. and Mra. Wm. 8. Jonea,

rJ a18 who wore recent gueata of Mra.
Many Kfealmmee Churthei "F11'h Its William A. Sawyers, have left lets West d..11 Orl.4.
r. art planning special sermons \ ; for Gadaen, Ala., where they
and services for palm Sundaythis : i are visiting\ her sister and family .
0 0 weekend Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heffer-
The First Baptist Church, bert for few days before BROASTEDCHICKEN
r KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX The Reverend C. H. Elland will\ Page TenThe Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, March 19, 1964 returning to their home at

present a sermon "Walt for East Brunswick,, New .Jersey.DR. .
your Eaitert." MISSIONETTES MET brought by Rev. B. B. WIIM.thodl.t -
Phone: 8 47-3524 The Trinity Lutheran will\ AT CALVARY CHAPELThe Church, speaking on CHESLOCK TO FREEZETTE
have a sermon by the Reverend "On This Moment llanga TALK ON CANCERDr. DRIVE-IN
Henry Young on "Discovering Mlsslonettet, sponsoredby Eternity".
Our Refrigeration I New Kingdom". This sermon : the Calvary Chapel Assembly Music will be provided by a William B. Cheslock,
will be In connection with the fi of God held their regular union choir under the directionof Board Certified Obstetrician-
SERVICEis confirmation of Elaine Lange, ; meeting at the church Friday: Everett Amos, minister of Gynecologist Specialist and
Irene Schroeder, F.r In e e I with 11 girls present music at the First Methodist member of the Board of Directors GREEN'S FUEL :.
Schroeder, John Guelda and They worked on their proj The anthem will be "Christ the Orange County Cancer
William Pietarila. ector missionaries. The Lord la Risen Today". Society, will lecture on cancer SALB8 unit SKRVICK :=:

SPECIALWe The Fir I it Presbyterian group U open to all girls ages of the female reproductivetract !...... M7-4IT3 a rmiKMKIMWKK :=;
Church with The Reverend 912. and value of cancer test
service all mike of refrigerators Dorr Van Etten delivering I PRESBYTERIANS MEET March 25 at 2:00: p.m.. Worn ::;
te+r' an'a Club For Us Delivery Phone :::
and trttttn. sermon entitled "Behold Your SUNRISE SERVICESTO The United Presbyterian building.At .
King." All four choirs will par. BE HELD EASTER Women will meet March 23rdat the end of his lecture Dr. H..... Wind /T-xo5e -:
Also air conditioners and M. A. KUfrker MrMMKe :-;
tlcipate In the 8:45 and Cheslock will answer questions
11 a .m.lervlcfl. 8 p.m. In the educational ... .. .
heat pumpi-range. and ice The annual sunrise Easter building of the First Preaby. pertaining to obstetrics or gyn- makers. The Holy Redeemer Church service will be held at the terian Church.Dr. ecology I lab tlo 4| :::

with the Reverend Father lakefront at 6 a.m., sponsoredby Olive Fish will be the Woman's Club of St. CloudIs For Gas 8.rvlrt. Phone .:.
24 HOUR SERVICE Woodyard officiating will have the Klaslmmea Ministerial leader and will show a film on sponsor of this program. i. B. R... I Blessing of Palms ceremony: Association "Until Freedom Cornea on The meeting Is open to the R....,. All. :.:
SMITH'SRefrigeration at the first M.... \ Rev Carl Beatty, presidentof Guatemala". public Kmtry Hr.*.. ...'.tllfl -:.
A the association will 10.. MT-,eel -:
pre-Easter communion presideand The
I Jennie Hutton Circle
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R. Mull .,.
Service will be held at the Free Methodlit the message will be will be hostesses Mil-It't. (toad
It INVEST '47 BILLION .r Call H. .1_...., Mae
I'6ose87476591I.r11.gtouAv. Church. The Rev. Carl MT-/sse

>> .. RUImmrf. Beatty will present a sermon Orange Gardens Americana today: have nearly .
"Applause or Decision. Jottings I 847 billion Invested in U.S. Bebere 0'..". MTMISC.
Special Lenten services THE GOOD TWINS-. religions singing pair are In Kissimmeeat Savings Bonds.* powerful U. T'..r MT-44NT'
the First Christian Church. ,I.he E...". ... CI...
have They will be there through
been acheduled at the Benefit Card answer to people who threat
CompleteGROVE First Methodist Church, according Friday, Party to en to bury IM economically, hex-xeex :

to the Putor, Rev B.
B. Williams On Palm Sunday: per In the bungalow on Thura establishment fund. Present Highlight ActivitiesBy
March 22nd, Rev Wllliama day, March 19th at 6:80 p.m.) buildings on the campus of I PRESnGE .
SERVICE will bring a message entitled, and the mid-wsek prayer services this new college represent six "
"Jesus Christ, Born of the each Wednesday from 7 million dollars. Anna J. ReynoldsThe his sister and brother-in-law, HOMES '
.cr. t. .l Virgin Mary". Those who to 7:80: p.m. followed by I vislutlon next upcoming event In Mrs. and Mrs Ivey Guthrie of BUILT 1
have been attending the mem' evangelism program GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE the Gardens Community will 652 George St., returned to hia _
bershlp classes will be received The senior high MYF will home In North Carolina last FOR YOU -'
be the card Friday,
Into the church at the hold a rummage sale on S.t. week.
March 20, for the benefit of
morning worship hour. urday, March 21st
On Palm Sunday evening at The annual I communityGood the Berlin Memorial Library .Jlmmle Marvin, who Is the
This should be most
7, the Chancel Choir, under Friday service will beheld a eon of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Mar. ByGeorge '
CIIURCH SUPPORTS affair and one which will L.
the direction of Everett from 10 a.m. to 12 noon win of 1807 Orange Blvd., took Reynolds
COLLEGE PROGRAM be much enjoyed by all\ who
G.M.' Amos, will present an Easter at the First United Presbyterian attend. part In the play "Father of the
cantata entitled "0, Holy Je The United Presbyterian Church. Bride," which was presented
HUGHEYOROVISIRVICIA sus" by Rohll,. Wom.,,'. Association has aa Speaking on "The Seven Mr. and Mrs Harry L. by the OHS Junior Class last For "'urlhe lnCormallon Call H 17-2266
A candlelight communion one of their projects the furnishing Last Words of Christ" will ba Lopemart have returned to weekend.. It la reported that!
service will be held on Maundy of a dormitory room at Rev C. H. Elland, first word; their home on 1619 W. Catherine this was a very successful and
MANAGEMENT Thursday, March 20th at the Florida Preabyterlan College Rev Dorr Van Etten, second St. after having been pa. enjoyable affair, playing to capacity f
7 p.m. In the sanctuary. In St. Petersburg. Two word; Rev William Hanks, tlenta at a local hospital for audiences at each per t
'.,.H. teem A H."< Other meetings of Interest recent dinners have raised third word; Rev Fred Toms, several weeks formance. ROTHROCK SEPTIC N

Ipr. ytng during the coming weeks will over half the required amount fourth word; Rev. Wendell t
P rHllttnfl Heolfif DwtHnfMocKenlcel ....1&. be the Methodist Men'a sup. of money. Halnlin, fifth word; Rev. Carl Mrs. Harry M. Calloway is Mrs E. V. Nettling visited
k.f A CuMvertfaift The Florida Presbyterian Beatty, sixth word; Rev .Jim a patient at a local hospital. with friends In Winter Haven TANK CO. 1i i
Christian Science College was established four mid Cox, seventh word. last week. While there she attended .
'_11.14 Sorvko \ years ago and the Klaslmmea The public Is cordially: Invited Mr. W. T. DeLamar, who has the "Queen for a Day,"

Phone 847-3591 Society church raised $7,000 for the to attend. been a visitor at the home of program. She reported thai CULVERT TILE FOR DRIVEWAYS. ,
Kark W... s ....
Datt m A".., KUtbnmei, Mia N. H....lth SEPTIC TANKS-A SIZE FOR EVERY NEED.

(I Sunday Sunday Services School 1:30 11 a.m.ajn. .\ Get Greater Impact With Gazette Classified Display I CEMENT WORK 280 GALLON GREASE TRAPS ,I

Real Estate for Sale Real Estate for Sale Real Estate for Rent I 15 YEARS EXPERIENCEK

Rndio and ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES WATCH NEXTWEEK'S AAA BARGAINS-Eitra large. FOR RENT-Three bedroom unfurnished C. ROTHROCK/, Owner and Operator
RATES choice home sites, trailer or .LOCATED ,..
I 6 cents per word, GAZETTEfor business lots, f 10.00 down, $8.00 room, kitchen, dining room,
rI V CO. minimum ,75 month, Tropical Park, Rout screened in front porch. Choice
PARKS EUIRNRURE our ad on Income properties.If 441, North Kissimmee. Electric, location, near lake. Nice quiet PHONE 8473524REALTORAMA
) deed.. Classified Display (with. :you just cant wait come In good water-Ad64LSlldo living, cool, comfortable. $.9.0
out border): centered 8 and talk them over with ut. We .
month. Eddie demons 847.2380. ,
point lines count aa 4 have something In every price IF YOU PLAN TO BUILD sea -- rtni. lt
MORRIS CLEANERS words; 14 point lines count range SEE Florence Harriett, us for Iota in various areas i
aa 6 words; 18 point lines Assoc with We can assist you in planningyour Services for Sale ii

count aa 8 words, 14 point home with dependable .
=r KISSIMMEE'S FINEST lines count at 12 word W. H. Morse Corp., builders. CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK i

W 103 East DakIn Telephone 847-4941 PHONE 147-1881 Realtors lot Plowing, Mowing l Discini,
FOR SALEi Extra large Palmetto Raking Al Trebesc
DEADLINETUESDAY I 823 Broadway beautifully kept. Cash or terms Phone 847-5324, Kissimmee. QUALITY COUNTRY HOME
NOON 84731S3ORANGE Adult family only. Located 1717 e
W, Doris Street In Orange ON LAKE CECIIE a
GROVE, two
FOR SALE lake Good Income. Xissommee's I Gardena-f2600. POODLEGROOMING k

Articles for Sale best buy $18,500 LOTS ON LAKE WILSON. t
family living at Its a
LOTS! LOTS! LOTS! terms. Eddie demons $47-2380 I Handy to Route No. .. I .t : finest With feature .
$3000.-1 at f 4300, both on lake. ,
SPINET PIANOSWant a YOUR FUTURE HOMEIS 10 Iota at $2500. each with lake RITA HUNT I for fun and hospitality F fh
OR WILL BUILD TO SUIT. wonderful spinet for have an economy the privileges. lox down and balance Phone 847-3 670 A
price? Streep's IN THIS ADII monthly
WIDE CURBED STREETS lovliest you've aver seen Brand 4 ftodroom, 2Vi\ baths, hug. screened lanai, 125 IIU

IDEAL RETIREMENT SECTION new, guaranteed It years, on. 1831 CECILE ST. In Orange LARGE LOT in Orange Card- Automotive foot of white and booch with boat dock A slip
sale for only 1471 complete Including Gardens Beautiful model, 1 I ana (Corner) Faces a park!
CALL MR. HORNE 847.2460 delivery. Choice of hand- bedroom plus Fla. room. Wall to area. Very: nice neighborhood SPECIAL 0n
rubbed decorator walnut or ma. wall carpeting Built In range AU assessments paid. $2500. W. rocommond that you see this property to I,
AldeHgate Development Corporation hogany phone Orlando 4241401 and oven, custom made drapesthroughout
for home showing without 13,500.. NEAR BIRD SANCTUARYLarge USED TRUCKS approclato possibilities. 9it
obligation, or visit Streep's at lot with nicely placedtrees.
441 N. Orange, Orlando. 1202 LAVON STREET Well .-In Orange Gardens Cashor $27,500FLORIDA 1.U
furnished t bedroom 1 bath Terms. $2550EXCEPTIONALLY. 1960 GMC $ 895 1.P
home on Urge lot. Immediate
FOR SALE-Metal cabinet sink NICE lot,
Buy this and be assured :
f&O. Hart Memorial Library occupancy. St In Card REALTYCOUNSELORS
of winter's 171$ Oak Orange 1960 FORD
next 895
your $
SPREADER SERVICE Klulmraee home away fromhome. ana. Owner has built up soil Pickup H Ton .
quality for planting. Nice trees, hhU
BARGAIN BARN Or make It a permanentresidence.
It'a nice for $8600. Top neighborhood $2610. See us 1981 FORD $ 1295 INC.
EARL MURPHY' Combe let; Zippers Set I ToothBrushes for terma. Pickup H Ton
OWNER 7ci Ear Bobs lei 3 BEDROOM SH BATH home hU
"..I.f tlie akovt loll art lintel
Shoes 11c; Socks 19e| Pillow on high corner lot. No 9 .ielu> with ... Broke ce 1991 FORD Non NEW ADDRESS AND PHONI
7-3821 I 79cj Shirts $1; Panta fit; Dresses Westchester Drive In rairlawn. ...raU.. Isvlttd. F600 I TonS $1695 NUMBER 4
I PHONE '1.101| Rugs lId| Nylons gee| You will be proud of this adddreia. Come In or CallFlorence speed Asia 1600 W. VINI [VINE AT THACKII] 4e.

Hankies leI Panties I5cj; Belts Full wall to wall carpetIng > Hamett, Associate 1958 FORD rMONt S4744S1YOU
Post Office Box 143 Klialmm*, fla. 18c| Caps liel Spreads '2.60; throughout main jiving with Pickup H Ton $ /45 e.a e.Ii
Hair Nets 4ci; T-Shlrta 39c| area Complete Intercom System
Nearly Everybody Trades at Large Fla. room and den W. H. Morse Corp., 1958 FORD u95 ;
The Bargain Barn Come to SI- or make It the 4th bedroom. Realtors Pickup % Ton $ .
liln of thls'' bert Mills Warehouse In Davenport Large dining room. $29.9"- U
part 823 Broadway
) Immediately, Follow the 10%" down. Call for further information. 8474133. Before l 1959 FORD $ 895 14
signs ; I Pickup H Ton
847-2241 After e tiet

II fArn InstructionLEARN .JUST REDUCED for quick FOR SALE-Available et once. 1958 WILLYS COE 895
v .IlI1n03 Oak Street In Or.ange S blocks from town-1 block 4-wh drive Pickup
'' Gardens, Heatolator Fireplace from Court 8 BR t baths I S
APP' ; BARBERING l ".. Room 1 bedroom., Urge Living Room, Dining .-
: : Insure your future In a well- Iota of closet space. Nice shrubbery AUTREYMOTOR .-
: paying profession. Day and good neighborhood. Offered loom and kitchen I story Aa-I ,-
bastes aiding, metal roof, very ,-
night V. A. approved. valuation .-
below Appraisal
.' Orlaado Barber CollegeW little upkeep f car garage and CO. ,.
I S. Orange Bloaeem Tr. 10,8&0. boat shed Quiet corner lot 100' .,-.

GA S-5178 1621 OAK STREET, Orange i t ISO' on paved streets. Room Middle of Broadway 847-3515 ,,--
Cardene. bedroom Hi bath for' swimming pool. See at 111 .-
I Bryaa St Price $11.800. Call ;:
tome. AU Urge rooms, many:
Real Estate for Sale lit tn. U this flue borne In a 847-4920 or 8474231. ::

good neighborhood. Nice screeod *- PODGERfedel :,.-.

>GAS REFRIGERATION FOR SALE S-Apt. House. porch for comfortable.outdoor Real Estate for Rent o A
...>twmM4 *MTta> .. mew ska* .mtrriat MT toM Furnished tastefully. Easy te living. '1.00. I ..
.. UM HIM -pent. wim a mattn. lIt a.rv.< Gas temter. rent, near town. ) living rooms, Thwe ,.."' are hand eaele.Iv.1U APARTMENTS FOR RENT- REACT TW PfAJC In ::
... proving (
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all UM Ira evto rw **t s"eN .. ... ol around
1 dining 9 large kitchens, with tI.lI.r.era.
., room 9 ....k. For in.
sap k sOw truiflliin lik trlrpr Ira Iran fit, fit per protection for :
peso -::-=. *,.na' nil* Mww *** sew 6 bedrooms, S bath., porches, u.! lsItel.Come formation apply 110 S. Be..-! your horn of the lowest coat when ;::
ice -.e. In or Call
.=:. vtta M. Cry skew wstek ** hGREEN'S attics, carporta. Gross Income Florence Ilarnett, Associate tout or phone 147-1701 you let our Home Owners Policy take over. :
approi. |210 mo. 87,900 down. withW. .j
186. mo. en F.F. loan. I*. I FOR RENT-Furnished t apart
FUELPARKS Il yrs, and S7i on priv. loan, I*, H. Morse Corp., nest, 600 Hugbey. Rent rea'
If '". S.P. $1900. FLORIDA Realtors sonable. Inquire Ito S. Clyde
REALTY COUNSELORS, INC. or phone 847-3011 after 8. LUPFER'Sinsurance
(note new address and phone 333 Broadway I ,
number) 1800 W. Vine (Vine at IU- IU. Before $; FOR RENT-Fvrnlabod three
Thacker 147-4411. After 6. 147-EU bedroom ......., a... la. 847S212. -
l FURNITURE CO. FOR SALE-Urge lot Fenced I. Agency f1

FOR SALE-NICE two bedroom yard Carport petto. .Flveinutea HOUSE FOR RENT. $80 per Motors Unto
"See Ut For Your Ga Appliancta"ST. concrete block bouae. to Broadway. Coaveneatly menu For ..... three **- en/ *, :

I Corner lot. Gem and Trail Spec. located U everything. rooaa CBS. flO, OO. Two bedroom -! .
ClOUD ial bargain. f.iOO t_.. Eddie Very reasonable. By owner 616 CBS $900. Kings ReeJty,, 21 IMMfTT ST. 12INotfway-'f'd T. rW l. '
$47.4171 $93.2011 demons t4T-U80. Sumner St. fit Weal Vine. I ikM74121Kissimmee


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Battle Deland Club in a Home Game Tomorrow

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at 7:M .... at the Free HetsVodiot
Topples Little League Tryouts Set drarch I.......

Kissimmee 12-2 The meeting is open to weo.ak.

For Saturday at Ball Field ,

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Area baseball fane will get
their first look at the W4 Little League try-outs will Field manager John Moore and Your Merc dealer
version of the Oseeole High be held at 1 pm on SataMwUr Fred Ward will conduct the
School Kowboys as they open at the little league fleei, 'fou'with the assistance ofall
their home season tomorrow Charles Theist little league team managers, invites you to
night at 7:30 p.m. president a"nouncedhie week Beerier Theirs, other officers .
The Kowboys will face Do The Gatette, Kissimmee. Florida, March III, t.S4Page: : tleven Boys I to It years of age include Russel Thicker,

Land on the baseball diamondat ettswtn" ,'.-.', 4 r .. .. are eligible to participate. Treasurer, and Dave hulk,
the high school: Secretary. Also serving on the [Omgorethe
The Kowboys fell to defeat board of directors: are= Bill
Tuesday night with a St.hit Baseball 1964 Hammond First Federal SsvIngs .
borage from the bats of Lees- Kowboy LUNCHROOM GROUP and Loan; Roy Ingersoll,
burg TO SERVE DINNERThe Elks Club. Ilaywood Johnson, featuresof
t r* The final score was 12 to 2. Mar. 17-Ltt.burr .. ...........,..._....._........_ ... .. .11'.', Tao Mlcklers Mills; Fred Little-
Kissimmee runs were scored: loI.r. IO-DeLand ...... ..._.__._.........__. home tSO School Lunchroom Association field Rotary and Marion Clif.
by Eugene Davis and Robert Mar. 24-Ocoee .. ...........___._..____..-...... sway. &:00 members wtil servea ton, Carl Schmidt Rambler the new 3.9 hp
Lane. Mar. 26-J.'m.n .. .........._...____._......... away, 1,00Mar. : roast beef dinner Friday
.. __. .. .. home 7:80Apr. from 5:SO to 7iSO p.m. at the
Coach Jack Yoarwood termed 31-Laktvl ......___ :
this year's term a question I-A..,.. ..__... home, 180; high school: cafeteria. STATE PRESIDENTTO Merc 39 with any
mark. "Besides moving into anew Apr.7-Wlldw004 away. &:00 Tickets are being sold by the SPEAK TO V CTl)

conference, four sophomores Apr. 10-Ocoee ........_...._* home. t:30 association members
Mrs Frances Maloney, statepresident
r are slated to be on the Apr. U.17 ... Play Off of the Woman'sChristian competitor'smotor
{ { starting team. It wilt dependon Apr. Il-lAuburr Home, 1:30 NOW IN DENVEROrlando's "
how these four youngsters Apr. 10 ...... ... .. ........__--.., Group Tournament Temperance Union
Joe McKenna of will speak at the WCTU in the
do.h.. acid.Yearwood. Orlando, Florida nationally meeting, Thursday, March It,
said only three Bulldog Baseball 1964. I recognised emcee who has
seniors are slated to startThe
handled the top sport showsIn

w41; probable starting lineup .. .. ............. home New York, Chicago Kan. 3 hp range
for tomorrow's game (si: Mar. 12-EustisMa .. ..._.._..__ 4:00 PIZZA
Earl Johns, center field; Chuck 17-TavaresMa ......_?.,,__._... ._... home, 4:00 ass City, Omaha, Milwaukee,
!.:NATOR IRLO BRONSOV-receives ont of M trophies riven Whalen, second base, Jim 20-Umatilla ._.....,....._._____.....__ away, 4:00 Minneapolis and along the
LM Silver Spun to thank long standing members Presentg Greenough right field, Terry Mar. 24-Mt Dora .....__._....._.._.__... home, 4::00N.r.2s.cJermollt West Coast and Canada and FREEZETTE
\ the trophy it Big Boit Gary Straub.ikcland Roberts, pitcher and Robert ......._....___...__............... away, 4:00 Is a key man Inh.. Sports
Lane, left field.Sophomores Ma 81-Groveland ........._.............._..._.......? home, 4:00 Show picture-now appearing DRIVE-IN TM new, tine It ks Meet. M "MlhstwM
slated to start Apr. S-Lake Weir .........._...__......_._ ....._...... away, 4:00 In Denver, Colorado. roe reel. W' as any etlieiMw
Shuffleboarders are Jack Tyner shortstop; (Other games will be determined by the games played up to la Hi *.dies
Mike Whftewolf, third ball! this date) SUPPORTJEFFORDS
Lure l "Mi l
[Win Honors at St. Cloud Gary Dymmek catcher sniDean ..,-_.... twee gee.tMelre..lae515w'.
Parker, first base.
All juniors and seniors sire De [DON] MILLER -iJ
\* hendis The
Lakeland teams placed first ma Young lettermen. |
Celebrate Mndli IIMNt rubber swimM Is UMIM
nd third to pace a field of 57 Eighteen courts were in Legion to
rti ...mi from north and central play for the weekly ice cream
ST. CLOUD HIGH GRAD pethe" 50,55,4.
londa In the St Cloud Hotel tournament Reds wore high 45tb Tonilo
AT EDISON JR. COLLEGE Anniversary MtttlSl ri'IIM
hufflebo rd Tournament on with 3358 while the Blacks COUNTY 1"111" III men
l.rch IS.Ui% scored 3183 and were treatedto Duane ( Rocky ) Owen, SM( A wet 'deIrell by candy ban by Mrs Edith grandson of Mr and Mrs the principal speaker for the Special arrangements have
Isyor V "ij&d ln ocaft Dodre. In the Individual shootIng William B. Strickland, Eastern American Legion's 46th annlveraary been made to have as honored TAX COLLECTOR "' M "KM
ft Jon by Rn.F JTitene Fleury Ethel Vesiey scored a 65 Ave, has been elected to party at Post No. 10 guests the five SpanUh-Amer. remote led
'were given I /the pre-game and Carson Wilson paced the membership fa one of Edison tonight at 7 SO at the legion lean War veterans living InKlillmm. &J"" ,... II',
[ceremonies men with a high of 84. Simon Junior College's Circle K. home. ... .. si toe et
Trophies were presented to and Zelma Young Ernest Qualifications for member Following the Invocation by Several Award for Service" 11IOI.A*
John Bates and Frieda Fort. Lambert and Otto Autry saperevlsed ship are: candidate must be a Arnold l. Simonson, retired certificates will be presented.At .ii reel'
nay, Lakeland, who placed the play fulltime student, must have a army chaplain, the poet will the conclusion of the lash toe M lilt rt MuM aft
first; Claude Mohler and There will be a potluck 2.5 grade point average and change students by presenting program a buffet supper will R9to N. SWIM el N utii ant.j .
Catherine Snapp, St Cloud supper and short business must maintain a 20 average, them each a United States be served. i it
second; Clarence Taylor and meeting on Friday, March 20at scholarship: must bo voted on flag Jose Jardin, student from M"I 2t has
Ethel Perry Lakeland third; B p.rn.WILDERNESS. by members of Circle K and Snail, will be accompanied by A in tllapKhdl"
and Joe Duchene and Meryl approved by the office of the Mr and Mrs. Carroll Sterling GUILDERS VISIT i: ''I-
Eddy, Winter Park, fourth.In PHOTO dean. and Donna Kinney, student 555.411. 0551t
the consolation group CONTEST OPEN' Circle K Is sponsored by the from Barbados will be accom. Mr .and Mrs. Robert Chll- hes ee se.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Hoi- local Kiwanis Club of Ft Adrian Boris, mayor, will be dart Barbara Ann and Bobby, add. teelleg tnId ..
comb Kissimmee were first Osceola County nature Myers in cooperation with panled by Mr and Mrs Ralph of Birmingham, Ala. were In tsetereba' h""
while Severn and Nondu lovers and shutter bags may Kiwanis International. Lohmann. town visiting friends this led tallel leedsgl8ueughed
Lane, St. Cloud, placed second compete for awards and Rocky la a premedical major Mayor Adrian Boris will be week. .Cede Aegle
Wilder. .. <" IM .Ml R
honors in the Florida at Edison Junior Collegeand ll Hiss
Twelve teams participatedin ness Photo Contest being works part-time at West L ...ten soothes totiiuileot
the All States Tournament sponsored by the Gainesville FOR n M M stel(.iii| sue a*
Coast: Biochemical
Mirch: So In the finals Otto Garden Club and the Alachua Research :Laboratory and In Serum the Jeffords D. (Don) Miller holds the D.A, and HA N. Iswn. s.4.. te!....weal M pie.stet. .

Autry and Fred Brennfleck Audubon Society Awards totaling medical lab The laboratory is Degree from Rolling College with a major in Government .

H.J for Michigan and Claude defeated Ray the t8,000.wi11 bet i ohotogrsDhs be preventedfor. illustrating located in Ft,. : Myers. .EAThRay t Administration and Pinanct. lit ia well Men M h"us I Poe fleet liie" 6511tees ..
representing Florida,?.Moister All re. 'the fiiUhglble.value of I.. .. .'t : reruN ,qualified!* frriratat the Abode! oAQiK tt1t.'County .sg e.4" roe pies geduh keel' i
wilderness la..tmIllI1B/U.s.' Savings 11 tsf od.4Ibeegms,5.' p...ed .
Florida ,
reined plaques. Play was u their Tai Collector.J.nordaD. : .
A senior divison open to Bonds helps! to build "personal M lees V4 sKsftt n Ml ss sheet.

j J both amateur and prof'lIlonaiphotofl'lphen purchasing power" and helpsto (Don) Miller ia 28 years old and presently ...Mgst

contains both provide a method of saving 6AND lctta"t teaching at Osceola High School where ha ia
black and tthito and color that's safe and sure Mop I
Sebring Race classes A junior division is Chairman of the Social Studio Department He ia IoM.tlr .

open to young people not over. a member of the First Baptist Church, the Ma. ....>.h5...

Set SaturdayWith 18 years of Is age.available Complete at theAlachua information S sonic Lodge, the BPOE, and the Fir Department; Mfnesitanel

Audubon Society, 1d u well u many professional education organUationa. .
1422 N. W. 7th Road Caines- SPECIALSROSABELLA DS rt
70 of the world's fast villa : x Men n H I sisseriy"" MMCii. soft!
OIWI! eetbeed. LN. It "
tit scheduled road to racing be on automobiles the start- Contest closes April 1, U<<. Jeffords D (Don) Miller has taught at Osceola lens ,M Tw Men fcHer.latetaees .IKea

Inc grid when the starter's High School for five yean and has served aa a mem- fill Is cameefi I aid soy sftief M
green flag falls, the 14th an- her of the local State Taitbook Adoption Committee Mad .is Mi sewer ct.. tM MM rt|*
seal Sebring IS hour endurance GARDENS rip lei ty" fill pi l POII ION ).
..Xes.oo and aa an evaluator on the Southern Association .
race Saturday, la eipect f*".7 wit* Meeswy 1001 K.IX ,
ed to establish new recordsIn NURSERY Committee for Satellite High School. 10.ltSe.4llpK4.Mwbsd -
and attendance.The MeiC", Hers Idea...
speed present speed record for J now open for ITII u. COURTEOUS AND IM to lit 'Us !..,1111I; N m4" 100
he seat
the 12 hours of racing over .
the punishing (.2 mile road ..:II- 11106 p....
course, with Its flat-on CAPABLEI.
..,: Colorful aeeortment of ornamentals .
straights, hairpin turns long -. J shrub Pet AM.
sweeping curves, and tight ) .
---- --- "--
left and right hand corners is (round covers.
JO 7 miles per hour This biasIngsverage Com for I visit( to the TILE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS \CARS OF '64
was established In
1981 by a Ferrari driven by beaatlfal areenr under the
the American Internationalist, .GET ALL-RISK oaks Yoa1l be glad yen :
Phil Bill of California' and did!
Oliver Cendtbien of Franco. INSURANCE aT e
This pair, alternating the TODAYI T.rn left off Tampa II wv.
wheel, covered 1,092 miles botween at Drive4! fleet 2 riles 4
10 ...... and 10 p...., the to sl ..
hours of the nee. Deal emleek ray ,...MIe die |
It was also In the 19<1 race .den ..... VM 1_ f/hb. aw Jerry Vise F
that John Surtecs of England, ...._,.. s 51
former world champion motor' p1 .....- pntee Merif ..Nb.npepseg ROSABELLAGARDENS
cycle rider, turned the tartest I.I, .....,,,..ben
lap In Sebring'e history. Ho
drove his Ferrari round the .w
SM I. eke. sisal tend,
demanding layout In I min,
1U seconds for a mark of pnttclfoa M*.
7.08J mph.Advance 847.4780
ticket sales Indicate
that the biggest crowd to the
14-yoar history of the international ilet l'rs thst.
elaaaie win bo in the Mann & Frakes, ''fle.W.L"II1fUIIS .
Hands and watching from the
corves and straights when the

big field roars away at 10 ... pbeae U1-2141 112 .......,
a Saturday, March 21st .
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