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The Kissimmee gazette
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Kissimmee Gazette
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-Oct. 11, 1984.
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Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).

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'.! Entered as Second Class Matter Kissimmee Established 1890f
VOL. ( : i ; Klsslmme, Osceola County Florida Florida, Thursday, February. 14, 1963 Phone 847-2881 Price Ten Cents

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PAGEANT TONIGHTThe I I:. 7 ? ; .. '.'- to"!: .

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d ..:' rJ ) gala beauty and talent Bobbie Joe Hodala daughter of 17-years-old, brown eyes, brown .
/. '.- *.,,../_,AL contest, the Miss Osceola County Mr. and :Mrs. Stanley H. Hodala, hair mus1 instruments, 5,". ... ---.
''''*t .....-.:.--- Pageant, gets underway in the Kissimmee, 18-years-old, brown Carol Wysong. daughter ot Mr. \\
/ f Tupperware Auditorium at 7:30 hair, brown eyes, twirler, 5'4". and Mrs. G. Byron Wysong, 17-
r:.&.. i p.m. February 14th. Rosemary Reed, daughter of years-old brown eyes, brown hair ,

SADDLE TO BE ARDED-Thi. trophy saddle will be Robert Evans, general chair- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Reed, St. plays accordian, 5'4".

awarded to the top all-around cowboy by Mi)ikinson Hard man of the Pageant, and Horace Cloud, 17-years-old, blue eyes The ten contestants are sponsored .
and Saddle at the Silver rodeo here February chairman dance, -by the following: Myrice
ware Shop Spurs Fhipps, ticket pointedout *>rown hair, pantomine ur Riedel Funeral Home.
2224. Shown looking over the beautiful hand-tooled that tickets may be obtained 5'5". Stills,
Sharon Lee Gehrett. Ingrains.
saddle are Hank Partin right. Big Boss of the Silver'Spurs from members of the Pageant Judy Roehrich, daughter of Judy Kay Guynn, First Federal. .
Riding Club and Buster Makinson of Makinson Hardwareand committee or at the Kissimmeeand Mr. and'Mrs. John Roehrich Kis- Roehrich, Suwannee Sales, '" :
Saddle Shop.Entertainment. St. Cloud Chambers of Com- simmee, 17-years-old, blue eyes, Judy
Suzzanne:,, Kay Wilson, Parks Fur-
merces. blonde hair, dramatic reading,
niture Store. Rosemary Reed,
Tickets sales are going well, 5'7". Elon Beauty Salon. Judy Williams '\
Plus they added, underscoring the in- Judy Williams daughter of Ir. Brodway Pharmacy. Carol
terest which has attended the and Mrs. Paul Williams, Kissim Jean Wysong; Lester Mann In- : .
search for the local beauty queen. I mee, 17-years-old, green eyes, surance. Beverly Whalen Rooney .. :c .
Ten contestants have been selected I brown hair pantomine, 5'7". Pontiac. Don Brown BabbaStorj Gut s.w

,Set For Rodeo FansBeard by the entries committee. Myrice Stills, daughter of Mr. Winner of the Miss Osceola

They[ are as followes: and Mrs. Earl Stills, Kissimmee, County Pageant, in addition to
growing contests, ponsibility of a display of Sharon Lee Gehrett daughterof 17-years-old, hazel eyes, brown receiving scholarship help to the AWARDS MADE AT

greasy pole climbing, art pine needle work, copper tooling Mr. and Mrs. John Gehretr, hair modern jazz 5'5". college of her choice, will qualify

shows, parades, talent and woodwork, weaving and Kissimmee 17-years-old, brown Beverly Whalen, daughter of for participation in the Miss Florida -
baby shows are on tap for rug weaving. Anyone interested eyes, brown hair, dress design- Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Whalen, Contest. GRIDIRONBANOUET

Central Floridians. in entering in these ing-sewing, 54". Kissimmee. 18-years-old, green The girl crowned Miss Florida I ...
Merchants on N. Main St. fields is asked to call Mrs. Judy Kay Guynn, daughter of ryes, brown hair piano and sings. will receive a $1,000 scholarshipand .-
have announced the Victor Frank Wilsey, St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guynn Kis- 5'5". compete for the Miss America
Ronald (Bubba) Story was I game. were Carl Lam b e r t. Dennis
Comptometer Corp. six-pony Dick Makinson chairman of
simmee brown Suzzanne Kay Wilson, daughterof crown and the $10,000 first
17-years-old, eyes
awarded the Kissimmee Gazette Co-captains Ed Fennell and Jew 'ti, Larry Whaley and Rod-
hitch will In the the parade said it will beheld
appear par- .
brown hair, singer, 5'8". Mr. and Mrs Howard Wilson, prize scholarship I ,
of the award at the Suhl presented the second place Schmidt.
ade which is scheduled here in St. Cloud on Friday, player year ney
for Saturday, Feb. 23. Feb. 22, at 10 a.m. and in annual football banquet sponsored Ridge Conference trophy to Principal Other members of the squad at

All this in praparatIon for Kissimmee at the same time Hunt Bros. by the Osceola High School. Byron Hileman for the the banquet were Bob Magnaghi,
the SlIver Spurs Rodeo to be the following day.A Road Program. Athletic Association. school's trophy room. Wiley Wooten. Allen Whlteton.
held Feb. 22-24, and the Kiss- talent show will be heldat Story, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gold footballs were presentedto
immee Valley Livestock show the center Feb. 23. To Present Qyde Story, was also awardedthe Suhl, Fennell, Lou Tarcai and Jim Grcenongh." Gary Hileman,
scheduled for Feb. 2024. It will be produced by Mrs. Athletic Association's Backof Bill Stephens, who lettered three Mike Bast. Richard Bryant. Jim
At the livetsock show there Rita Boudrieau, of St. Cloud. Is PraisedNova the Year award. Gary Suhl, times. Other letterman receiving I ebatlo, Eugene Sprirs. Sidney

will also be arts and crafts Young talent will have an Program"GlamourBirds" I son of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus, letters or jackets were Story. Jim I. BI' MOn, Robert Lane, Pat Murphy
exhibited by Mrs. J. H. Wat- opportunity to show their ability Suhl, was awarded the associa- Wells, Les Sullivan, Hamp Ses- Al Starting, Joel Harbison.Spencer .
son, of St. Cloud. The competition will be original Representatives of the should come ahead of others. tion's Lineman of the Year sions, Stan Littletfield. Lamar I Oventrect. Gary Land

She said an art competitionwill open to any form of presenta- entertainment developed an and chambers of commerce of St. And County Atty. Over- award. Teams, Earl Johns, Steve Y(>- Robert Aaron Baxter.
include oils, water colors, tion. pre- Cloud and Kissimmee yester- street asked about the Canoe Baker
Featured speakerat the awards wen Chuck Whalen Charles
sented by the famous mural art- Jim CnIm and Terry Roberts.
charcoals or pastels. Two en- A baby show will be held day praised the county commissioners Creek Road.
banquet was Coach Don Brown, White Steve Parker and Gary
ist Joy Postle, will be sponsoredby
for the Road Pro- Wallis said both of these
tries in each medium will be'accepted
Feb. 22 under the direction of
Hunt Brothers for the amuse- University of :Florida offensiveline Dymmek. Sweaters were also Judge Murray W. Ovet stveet.
'the commission estab-- roads had been considered and
from each contest Tom Kessler, Kissimmee. No gram .
coach who traced theGators' awarded of the Sr., acted ..
ment of winter visitors at the some players. master ol ceremonies !
ant. will lished week the old St. Cloud Road had
There be three classes prior registration is required a ago. : .
tourirt't Clubhouse, Tuesday Feb. the commissionhad been included of the past season game by Managers receiving letters! for th nner
amateur, professional, and for the baby contest.Applications I Admitting as one
children. for the talent 19 at 7:30 p.m. I I "stolen their thunder." recommendations..
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Mrs. Clifford Fertic is in show are available at the Mar In an interview Joy said: "My Bill Wallis, chairman of the Bumby asked Mayor Albert 4-H AchievementDay
charge of this division. She Mil Shop, St. Cloud, and In- act is still doing birds in color, Kissimmee Roads Committee, Rogers if Mabbette would be City To Ask For.
will receive' entries Feb. 19 gram's Kissimmee. but every year I introduce new said the commission programwas done on existing right of way. Held Saturday4H
from 1:30: to 6:30: prn. at the birds with appropriate music such that it could receive The mayor said it would be

Kissimmee Valley Agricultural JOINS FIRM and songs. As play my own scoreon the full endorsement of. and but city Commr. Russell boys and girls from the
t Center. the piano, I can organize help from the chambers. Thacker pointed out the Five Local Bills Kiwi UJW'e area met at Osceola

Ceramics will also be exhIb-- 1k drawing and singing until I have This elated Commr. Tom street would be widened. High School Saturday, Feb. 2,
ited. These too will be divided good timing. Robert Blackstone, Bumby who at times has spoken for their local Achievement Day.
into three .divisions, hob my husband and business man- out against interference in Herbert J. TindallIs The City of Kissimmee will ask thority ol the city manager to They exhibited projects startingat
byists, professionals, and ager records the music and county affairs by outside or- the legislative delegates from Os- expend up to $1,000 without com- 9 a.m. These were judged b>
children.! Mrs. T3ea Combs, synchronizes it with bird calls ganizations. Accident Victim ceola County, Senator Irlo Bron- mission approval. The present Mr*. William Trautwein, Mrs.
Kissimmee and Mrs. Dorothy and songs he has previously re- Comrnr. Oren Brown pointed son and Rep. J. J. Griffin, Jr., limit is $300.Another .
Frank Kntz Reid McWhirter
Bouvier St. Cloud, are in .,. corded. out Emmett St. was not in Herbert Jennings Tindall, 32, to introduce five local bills in bill would make it possible -
charge. .. "I'm glad to be booked again resolution adopted by the of South Gilford Road, Vero the forthcoming session of the to serve a city warrant in I Mrs. E. J. Parker, and Mrs
t: n earlier in the Beach was killed In auto=:train mail mere i in June Gunn with the help of sev-
The Golden Age Club ofSt. :Pub be commission an legislature. __ or by person
+ an.the Tourjsi program
n..F d 'I month but others colIisiorrSaturday night n Glades the state of Florida. eral tenders and J>. lendPrLItsMth.Mlt
Cloud has accepted the re- and latPSafd One would authorize the municipal
syJf cause I remember a large . . '
it was considered to be *near. County. "T judge to Issue search war- The final tU would be Hw ..A.-f" . .. .%.laVg llMnt wan
School enthusiastic crowd"on my previous the top of the list. He was a native of Osceola rants which are now issued only] adoption of the state law for the teM open to all 44M. Ike Jr s

appearances. Wallis said that Emmett St., County and was employed by a by a justice of the peace or the collection of delinquent taxes. Today walked off with most of the:
Miss Postle had another busy .
in Kissimmee, should be in- spreader service at Fellsmere. county judge. the city procedure is the awards. 7 of the 12 entries received
Calendar summer decorating walls. Dur- cluded because it is the only He was a veteran of the Korean Another would ,authorize city foreclosure of property. The new a score' of 100 almost unheard -
ing 1961 she painted two huge part of Hwy. 17-92, which is conflict. 1 police to continue pursuit beyondthe law would make it possible for I of for youngsters betweenthe <<
murals in the First National a bottleneck from coast to Survivors include his wife Barbara I county line.A the city to issue tax certificatesjust ages of 10 ana IS. Judges
ScheduledThe Bank of Stuart. These Ever- coast. Jean Tindall; his mother. bill would authorize the au- as the county does. Mrs. William Trautwein and Mrs.
r glades scenes so intrigued Mrs. Commr. Bumby wanted to Kate Hunter Tindall, Kissimmee; Frank Kritz had a difficult. job
1963-1 school calendarwas t Stanley Kitching that she spon- know how firm the $500,000 two sisters, Mrs. L. W. Jenkins awarang riooons. The iwo DIUPawarrfe 'U
adopted recently by the fit ps sored a mural in the Woman's commitment of the State Brooklyn ,New York and Mrs. will exhibit at the KVLS.

Osceola County school board I f Club Auditorium. This job was Road Dept is. The SRD has Ross Lanier, Kissimmee, and one Self-Help Program At 10 they assembled in the
after a brief discussion finished in December 1962. promised that amount for the I brother Hubert Tindall, Kissim- auditorium for County Council
whether or not there should be PETE BELCHER Rd.Both Meeting.' This was followed b,

a, one-day holiday for the Silver On Staff Rubinoff Concert Wallis, who has beenin mee.Funueral services were held at Aids EducationBy the talent contest. The 32 acts
Spurs Rodeo. close contact with Road 2 o'clock Wednesday from the of this were judged by Mis
Students will have a ISO-day Was SuccessWells Board Mem. Max Brewer and Grissom Chapel with the Rev. Lucy HamUn Mrs. Frances Snyder -

year starting Sept. 3, the day; Autrey's.Pete County Atty. Murray Over- J. W. Wooten, minister of the DON STETSONOne enter college and 42 percent and Mrs. Virginia Hoffman.
after labor day. Teachers will Moon president of the street said they believed it Oak Hill Baptist Church, officiat- hundred and forty-six graduate-"as you see, half of Blue ribbon winners of the talent

have a 196-day year starting Belcher, a native of West local Lions dub, said approxi- to be firm for. this coming ing. Casketbearers and Presentation students from 42 Florida coun- that top 10 percent don't go show win appear at Show
with a pre-school planning session -Virginia has joined Autrey mately 2,000 persons heard Dave fiscal year. of the :Flag, courtesy of ties are going through college to college at all. That's why Me Party.
Aug. 19. Motor Company as salesman. Rubinoff in a violin concert at Bumby also said he had I Makinson-Carson Post Number today for only $1 a day- it's so urgently important to While this was taking place
PUPIL HOLIDAYS will include Belcher was born at Fort Bayin Tupperware Auditorium Monday. I believed Mabbette St. requested 10, American Legion. Interment earned in side jobs around help them when they can't Mr. Ed. Downing, representative
the following: Big Candy River Valley on Approximately 1,700 schoolchildren l by the city of Kissim- followed in Boggy Creek Ceme- the campus-through the self- 'wholly finance themselves.The of Hood Tractor Company was
.sept. 30, :Florida Education October 21, 1917. He attended heard the famed violinist mee, had been in the city bud- tery. Grissom Funeral Home was help 'program of the Southern 'I Foundation gets its judging a tractor driving. con,
Asbn. meeting. public and business schools at in two concerts during the after- get. He was told there is so in charge of arrangements.. II Scholarship and Research funds from "interested friends test.Lunch
Nov. 11, Veterans Day; Nov. Fort Bay. He has been in the noon and some 300 adults attended much underground work nec- Foundation. and interested groups." It was served .ay the Toppers

28-29 Thanksgiving. : automobile business since 1939 the evening performance.Moon essary that it was felt the City Gets 6606.10 Kissimmee Rotary Club urges its supporters to "work 4-H CUb. FoUowtac lunch,
Dec. 20 (starting at 3 p.m.). with the exception ,of four years termed the appearance of: project should be a cooperative heard the story from Dr. Sam- closely with your local school the awards were given tar Talent
Quistmas holiday begins. spent in the U. S. 'Marines during the artist here a success. Pat- one.Commr. The Qty of Kissimmee received uel T. Lastinger,. third vice- people In identifying the potential and Tractor and. dIP day
-End of Christmas holiday is on World War II. rons who made possible the free Chester Barber $6,606.10 from the state cigar- president of the Foundation. college material . drew to a cble.Meeting .
ran. 6.Uan. He served with the First attendance at the day perform- wanted to make sure other ette tax collected in December The 146, he said, include 4 it's possible as early as the I
:;: 27 teachers workday; I Marine Division from Guadalcanal ances by the local school children road problems had been con- according to Richard B. Keat- from Osceola, 6 from Orangeand 10th grade. That leaves 3
Feb. 21, rodeo; Mar. 27, Easter to Peleliu. He was affiliated were First Federal Savings and sidered by the chambers. He ing, director of the state bever- 26 from Polk County. years to follow them up, en- Hours
vacation. with the Ford dealer at Loan Association Kissimmee especially asked about the old age department, which collects This year the sponsors hopeto courage them, help to see that
April 23-24, Florida Education Wayne West Virginia since 1954. Gazette.- Ritter Plastics.- Jess St. Cloud Rd., which he said I the tax. raise the 146 to 200. they go on. Are ChangedA

Assn. He is a member of the Veter- Thacker, Cody Publications, Os- The program is unusual. "The nation needs them. meeting scheduled for
School will end June 5, 1964, ans of Foreign Wars and the ceola Fruit Distributors, Starling r The foundation-organized by The last scholarship house Friday, February IS at the
providing there are no other American Legion. He is marriedand Chevrolet Elks Lodge No. 1873 6 men 12 years ago buys, bought and outfitted, last county courthouse has been
schoolless days. These would be Motor Company, Kissim renovates and furnishes a summer to accommodate 22
has one daughter. Mrs.James Autrey changed from 10 a.m. to 2
added to the end of the school Cocoa-Cola Bottling Com- \ -\ I house, on or near the Florida boys, cost the Foundation $50-
W. Lakin of the Panama mee cPT p.m., Rep. J. J. Griffin, Jr.,
year or taken off of some holiday Canal Zone. The Belchers have pany!, Parks Furniture Company, State University campus. The 000. Sponsors may contribute, said yesterday.
house is turned over to a
according to means, anything
period. Florida Telephone Corporation,
two grandchildren. group of students to live from a cooking utensil for the Rep Griffin said at this
Pontiac Horace
Rooney Phipps, "
there rent-free while in college house kitchen to the furnishing meeting he and State Senator
Enoch Herzberg and Glenn Ray.
but to do their own of a room, on up to a Irlo Branson would hear comment -
cooking, cleaning mainten- continuing scholarship withina I on local bills to be introduced -
Sale Tax Collections (ep ance. Each student is askedto house. The latter requires I in the forthcoming
I r pay a pro rata share of the i'a $2500 contribution. session of the legislature.
Total 36,487.71 house utility.., bill and of the__ .
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for which the
collections for Os- grocery
Sales tax Foundation arranges whole- r
during the month
t ceola County sale rates.
r.l of January totaled 36487.71 as eliminating :
1 In that way,
with $33,842.05 collected '
compared rent and cutting food bills
in December and with $35- average out-of-pocket expense I 1 7s

229.38 collected in January, 1962. for each student, whether in
f tL Gasoline taxes collected duringthe one of the boys' or one of the
month just past totaled $54,- girls "scholarship houses," is
127.71 turned over to the coun a dollar a day. Dr. Lancastersaid.
ty's secondary road fund; $5- .
250.43 turned over to the county As one of the students grad

:b 7+ E acR board and $21,001.72 to the uates, another chosen candidate
state highway department. : is taken in.

"Churchill was right," Dr. .

Named DirectorHorace J Lastinger said "when he said \{
1 .', at the end of World War n
7g Phipps was named a that the future of the world
director of the Florida State rests in education." But he

Cemetery Association at a meet- showed figures from a survey

ing held recently in dearwater. indicating that 20 percent of ..
American youngsters don't
; of Osceola lire Service
start high school, percent : e
said yesterday that his firm has added $6,000 worth of TEMPES.4TCBS don't finish 60
who do. start ,
L B BIRTHDAY HONOREE S. Parks, shown above
purchased from the Rawls Bros. Com-
new equipment 20 percent
which triples. the operation which has Toe. 2 5 67 41 .10 SURROUNDED BY BEAUTIES-Bob Evans general percent with Mrs. Parks was honored with a surprise party.
recapped 12
any begin college and only per
54 47 .15 chairman of the bliss Osceola sponsored by the
,000 tires in the two years it has been in nneratmm "'ed. 2-* cent finish. his 81st birthday Saturday when Henry Simmons, co-
Theirs %-1 .75 O. 0 Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce, is shown surroundedby and of Parks Furniture
the firm owner Company enter
This doesn't include 2,000 tires sent out by But in the vitally importanttop manager
FrL z-a 7J 66 0 several of the entries who will vie for the title to.
tained the Parks and employees at Mrs. Mac's Rcstan-
which'will now be able to utilize the new equipment to group, the top 10 percent
*" recap all sizes and makes in the shop here. Jim, left, and Sat. 2-9 BO 65 45 N; 0 0 night. They are, front row. Judy Roehrich. left. Judy in academic ability, he said rant. The Parks spend 6 months each year at Lake

n.,Jeff Clay look over the new: equipment as it is being inetalled. Hoo.Son. 2-10 2-U 80 45, 0 Guynn. right Back row left to right! Myrice Stills, 99 percent enter high school George. New York and 6 months at Kissimniaa.. (Pb**.
(Photo !by; Hamrick) I I Sharon Gehrett and Carol Wysong. (Photo by vHamrick) 96 graduate, only 49 percent by Hamrick)

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The Kissimmee Florida. Thurs. Feb. 14. 1963
Gazette. Kissimmee. .
MacGillivray To I Bethany Circle

"Angel Street" To State OfficeJ. To Meet MondayThe Osceola Couple ; !

I' A. MacGfllivray of Kissimmee Bethany Circle of the First :
has been named second United Presbyterian Church will Arrested in TheftsA
Guild's SeasonWhodunnit vice president of the State meet Monday at 8 p.m. in the
Shuffleboard Assn. of Florida.It '
building. former police chief and Most of the burglMlte oc
fans and devotees of tive Rough manages to, restore is believed he thus becomesthe Mrs. Carl Kenton will conductthe curred in 15-bIodt
< his wife a registered nurse a ;
mystery stories have a real treat her self confidence and together! first person to hold office at t meeting. are being held in Osceola around their home 'Sheriff
in store for themselves when the they succeed in collecting the three levels of offices at the Mrs. Carl Ferguson will pre- county jail as the sheriffs de- Bob Buckets said.
Footlight Theatre Guild presentsits evidence that makes "Angel same time. He is president of sent the program using the partment completes its inves- Hancock served as St. Cloud
next and final production of Street" such a thrilling melodrama Kissimmee All-State Tourist Club study book "One People of God". tigation into a series of burg police chief in 1951. The sher-
the season, "Angel Street" in the i I' and president of the Central District Mrs. Harold Goodell Mrs. laries in St. Cloud. iff said he did not know what

High School auditorium on March Three of the five members of' Ralph Rupert and Mrs. Fred Parents of two children, the he has done since then. His
22 and 23. j the cast worked together last Other officers elected at a re Clancy will be the hostesses. couple has been identified as wife has been a nurse at var-
It is e detective story all right I year in "The Late Christopher cent meeting in Lakeland were Ole Hancock, 38 and Virginia ious hospitals in Central Flor-
but not the usual type. It Is real Bean". They are Catherine Beau- Ernest E. Carter president: Guy Louise Hancock. 3-1. of 1423
ly a whodunnit in reverse. : champ, who will play Mrs. Man-,, Collins, first vice president: and tuI New Club FormedIn New York Ave., St. Cloud. .ida.Sheriff Buckeis said Mrs
Mr Rough the detective from ningham; Sandra Vannoy who is Arch Fraser, third vice president. GardensForty Hancock has been charged
Scotland Yard, is pretty sure who, not at all shy about cooperatingwith Mac Gillivray said that be- Orange Puns alan Sails with breaking and entering;
committed a 15 year old murder.His Mr. Manningham' in any cause of the amonut of work'in one ladies of Orange her husband with receiving
problem is to get the proof., way at all; and Barry Mount volved in his new state office, Gardens became charter mem- For Germany Tour aiding, concealing and dispos
So he calls upon the unhappy. who will portray the schemingMr. much of the work of the District ANTIQUE SHOW-George Bast is shown in an ancient bers of a newly organized Home ing of stolen property. He I

and once lovely Mrs. Manning- Manningham. will be done by A. J. Petersen automobile, part of the Antique Show, sponsored by the Demonstration dub Feb. 8 at a Army Specialist Four Rob- said the exact number of
ham and, gaining her confidence, George Beauchamp who is capable -of Zephyrhills. Osceola County Cultural Society. The show meeting held at the Orange ert W Punsalan of Kissimmee -charges was not known but
was a
persuades her to help him trap of fitting himself into al- great building.The recently departed from in the case of Mrs. Hancock
success, both from the of and Gardens Community
her suavely sinister and hand- most any type of character will standpoint displays at- Fort Riley Kan., with other they probably would exceed
some husband. Manningham, a be a most convincing Mr. Rough. Guild since its beginning. She tendance. (Photo by Hamrick) following officers were members of Company C of 20.
maniacal criminal, has, under Gill Brooks is the fifth memberof played in "The Flattering Word", elected: Mrs. Cecile Ladue Wentz.presi-vice the 1st Infantry Division's Bond he added would be \
he guise of kindliness almost the cast. She plays the sym- the Guild's first offering and in dent: Mrs. Arleen 28th Infantry for a sixmonthtour $1,000 on each charge
convinced his wife that it is she! pathetic housekeeper. Mrs. Brooks "Laura". She directed "My ThreeAngels" 1963 1 Feed Grain president; Mrs. Dorothy Beck- of duty in Germany as
who ,is losing her mind. Detec- has been active in the Theatre with secretary: Mrs. Elizabeth I: a part of Exercise Long Red Cross Receives
--- --- Ladson
: Olson reporter. I Thrust VI.Specialist. Welcomed Gift
Punsalan, a squad
Signup UnderwayThe Miss Marilyn Dietrich, home leader, entered the Army in Henry Simmons chairman of
demonstration agent, was inj I September 1961 and completed the Osceoia County Red Cross :
I of the lesson. She stresscharge -. basic training at Fort Jackson chapter announced this week
ed the use of citrus in the daily S.C The 18-year-old soldier that a check for $1.16868 came
signup for the 1963 feed out the country: they will not menus and urged use of concen-j attended St Cloud High from the estate of the late William ,
grain program now is under way vary by counties. trate juices when fresh fruit is; School. B. Schlenker of St. Cloud
in the ABCS County C.fiCR.. Also this year, the pricesupport not available. Miss Dietrich pre-,, His mother, Mrs. Nora B. The money was designated in "I;
Earl Partin, chairman Agricul- loans or purchase agreements pared and served citrus punch I Russell lives in Kissimmee. his will
tural Stabilization and Conservation will be available to pro- cookies, orange rice and
orange t ------ -- --
-- County Committee has an- gram participants on the entire citrus pie to emphasize use of r
nounced. The signup period start- the 1963 feel' I
crop produced on : citrus in cooking.The r
fc!! '* ed Feb. 1 and will continue grain acreage; in 1962 the loan club agreed to meet the FIXTURE CLEARANCE!
through March 22. As for 1962, was restricted to the normal first Tuesday of every month at f
Dream plans come : y :; :' ; the program covers the three ma- production of such acreage. 2:30 in the Orange Gardens Civic I'
: J
: 'j jor feed grains of corn grain From now on, the chairman building.A .
sorghum and barley.In believes, county office people to
I I committee was appointed I
true in these ;' : Ii i general Partin said, provi- will increasingly busy explain have charge of an exhibit at the I We are offering all our Lighting Fix-
sions follow those for 1961 and ing the program to farmers and county livestock fair. It consists I
.I.t.l\ .. ': 1962 crops by giving feed grain helping them fill out the necessary of Mmes. George Elkins. Harriet j tures for sale AT COST or BELOW COST.
GENERAL ELECTRIC : producers an opportunity to participate forms indicating their "in Cooley Arleen Wentz Jane Tang- j
-.11 I in the program by reducing tention to participate" in the erman Birdie Booten Dorothy j I I
acreages at least 20 percent 1963 feed grain program. He Beckwith and Louise Olson.
I and devoting them to an approved urges interested growers to visit Take advantage of this sale . to
BUILTINKITCHENS conserving use. By participating the office soon and. thus avoid I i
r they will receive diversion undue delays.Letter. Seventh Day Adventist j i spruce up your home for spring.

payments and price-support payments Entertain KAST Club :.
and they will be eligible I
to take part in the pricesupport To The Seventh Day Adventist I
loan program. Church of Kissimmee presented I You'll never see bargains like this
G-E One important change from a fine program at the meeting of
programs for previous years. The the Kissimmee All States Tourist I again.CH1LDERS .
Partin explained is the price- EditorI Club Tuesday night. I
support payment which partic- I Elder H. L. Yates explained I
Built-in ipating farmers will receive on February 11. 1963 their educational organization ,
RangesFURNITURE the normal production of the Letter To The Editor. I and introduced Prof. Fuchs head :' '

acres planted to the feed grainsin Kissimmee Gazette of Forest Lake Academy, who ELECTRIC
1963. The payments have been Kissimmee Florida presented his pupils in a program
PARKS! CO. set at 18 cents per bushel on of brass ensemble music 13 MONUMENT 847-2121
Gentlemen: and humorous read-
corn. 16 cents per bushel on trios solos
Your financial efforts for the cultural
grain sorghum and 14 cents per ings.
growth of our children is
KISSIMMEE bushel on barley. Unlike the regular -
ST. CLOUD I to be highly commended and the
priC<'-support loan, the
847-4171 892-2011 children and I wish to expressour Orange Gardens
I rates for the price-support payments Ii
most sincere thanks.
_---- .__- will be the same through-: The enrichment by opportunities Civic Group; MetThe
such as this and the future Orange Gardens Civic As- '
. cr1'tl -.........' '...,_ educational development of our sociation met Thursday'..night
county are made possible by with Al Tiahrt presiding in the
: people such as you. absence of the president Rev.'

Many thanks for your thought- Renus Olson. Dr. Coe Love pre-
fulness in making it possible for sented the \ our children to see and hear Rub- After a short business meeting: v
HURR'Y inoff and his violin. Miss Edith Spencer introduced I /
,. Sincerely yours, Miss Sandra Deakins who directed 0 o COOK WITH GAS
W. B. StephensSUPf'rintendent the Osceola High School chorus -
.,. c, -in several numbers. '<
; \ ; Public Instruction Solos were sung by Miss July!! BECAUSE AMERICA'S FINEST
L &: ; .", Dickson.!' RANGES ARE CAS RANGES
: -, Guynn and Miss Shirley I
'. Flexible and efficient meeting
4 Exeter England Special numbers were sung by;, every modern cooking need Fast,
15, College Rd Miss Guynn, Miss Dickson, Ef- clean economical cooking. Man
251.63 fie Chitwood Charlotte Chitwood,i ual controls or fully automatic

I FORD DEALER ANNUAL Dear'Sir: Allen Conner and Glen Ward. of It]i, You can expect with outstanding a distinctive performance *
delightful program
I am a British student at a was a Green's Fuel Gas Range.
Teacher Training College and music enjoyed by all. :'
>3 R, hope to visit the U.S.A. this sum- Mrs. Clara Hilgoe and Miss
1) mer. However in order to cover Roena Edge presided at the tea; GREEN'S
Wl.lla eI costs of the journey I would like table from which cherry bread, '' FUEL (
employment in your country.* cookies and tiny cup cakes were
A friend, Mr. Peter R.' Warn, served. Red white and blue tapers :' .
who a year at O.H.s., intimated and streamers decorated the CREENSFUEll. ',.
that you might be able to assist.I i table and a miniature hatchet :
I ITS THAT SMART BUYIN' TIME AGAIN! JUST LIKE LAST YEAR COLD WEATHER UP NORTH am 25 years old and for three and cherry tree. were used for a'!i' PARKS FURNITURE CO.
years taught British and Gurkha center piece.Hostesses
ALLOWS EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF NEW FORDS DOWN HERE-ALL PRICED TO MOVE! EXTRA troops in Malaya. Also I have a were Mrs. Louise "See Us For Your Gas Appliances'
driving license. Olson chairman, Mrs. Vera :Murphy -I

I know anyone else who can I Hilgoe, :Mrs Birdie Booton and 847-4171 892-2011
would be very grateful if you Miss Roena Edge.
would let me know. --
Now's the time to get a Yours sincerely,
from America's S. W. Mackenzie
specialist! For 8-10 weeks from early July
wagon _
Choice of 15 wagonsin this >ear. %I"I'

4 sizes, including - -- - --- -
the '63 Ford Galaxie David
Country Sedan illustrated .

here. ; Orlando Intern I SAVE j jI.

I I David McGonigal is among 110
i seniors at Florida Southern Col-
i i lege who will begin 10 weeks of -
j intern teaching Feb. 25 at public WHERE YOUR
I J schools throughout the state. I. I II
Trade now for a hand- i' lIe has been assigned to Boone :
some new middle. :High School in Orlando. His parents 't!
weight Fairlanel Big- are Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mc- I N .

car advantages at i iGonigal, 14 Cherry St.
compact cost. Ninemodelsincluding 1 The future teachers comprise I 4 _
the largest spring intern class in %

new middleweight "the college's history. ,

I wagons and hardtops. I t I IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE PER ANNUM' .. ,

I Save on a big Fordl : ;toI I ; '

Enjoy Ford Galaxie's ..... If [COMPOUNDED AND
new $10 Million RideIn I rATABLE QUIRTERLYjFIRST! / ] ,

a luxurious sedan, I
hardtop, wagon, or .
I convertible all with
service-saving tea

turesl I
ro u.
$ i ;

4 BE SMART..BUY SMART! P.S. YOUR PRESENT CAR DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PAID FOR! MM Smmrtett CntTil I..r....Florid or dwler. DtligMjomr r.ndcrM -

\ /_ *<> . honor JAr rum .$
. by bringing tltem to Skis tnlftufs !
dining rocs.a. FEDERAL

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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED AROUND The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee Florida. Thurs.. Feb 14, 1863 .1
Highlands ALL ,

ElementaryHonor MAKINSON

: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hornsby
Roll4th have returned from Kentucky
where they went to attend funeral -

: I Grade services of his brother P. HARDWARE
b Mis. Hansen fornsby who with his wife spent
By BETTY EBY Denise James last winter here with Henry and

Steve Miller Helen.
3 Mrs. Bateman Mrs. Reba Tankersley and boys PROUDLYPRESENTS

LouAnn Miller spent the week at Vero with rel-

Pam White atives to be near their doctor
Birthday congratulations this Wallace Clifford is a patient at Janice Shenosky while Alvin and Jerry were ill.
week are being sent to Dorothy I I the Kisimmee HospitaLRev. Brenda Rye Charlene Webb was also on the
Curry, Ike Marshall M a z i eOdorn. and Mrs. John Brileyand Mr Crabtree sick list last week. -

Lewis Staats. Joe Suldo. daughter Beth will spend the James B. Padgett Funeral,Cervices were held
Rebecca'Bratton, Della'Maddox., weekend at Miami where they James K. Smith here on Wed., Feb. 6, for Mrs.
Arthur Mason, Richard Canada. will .attend a homecoming at Yvonne Badders Maggie Durham who passed' 1963
Tom Miller, Ruth Anderson, Bud their former church home. Rev. Renee Bronson 1'. away Monday at Fort Pierce. II

Coffey Bob Eby, Andy Rote, Bril'y'will preach the homecoming Betty Sue Clark Born in St. Cloud she was a
Francis Murray Jr., Lena Hunt, address. Sherry Clay former resident of Kenansville I HUFFY'MOWERSa I

George Adams, Marion Ellise Alice Ferguson s before moving to Fort Pierce

Kraljev, Edwin, Henry Rohde. Valentine Dance To Brenda McCall *' .iPa. twenty years ago. _
Ann Cowart, Buddy Williams. Martha Oakes % .i' Mrs. Louise Sever spent Thursday
Jack Robertson Scotty and Eddie Be Held at St. Cloud Wendy Romack \.-'. through Sunday visiting her Il

Bronson, Max:>ne Makinson. ', A Valentine Dance will be held Leah Sturtevant I <-<\. parents here. Donald Bess came =:;

Pat Smith, Virginia Childers. Saturday night at 9 p.m. at the 5th Grade ...y S with her from :Miami to visit his _. .:..
R i k k i Driver, Jim Greear. St. Cloud Moose Lodge, accord- Mrs. Dollar ,t, I cousin Larry Bass. .7!!: .!' .
Louell Overstreet Keith Croxton. .. The Lake View Baptist church
Brenda Bradley '
ing to an announcement by Gov. ; '. '
!tufas Suhl. Best wishes to each Suzie ,Bartle 'I'< ,- held Baptism services at Lake --..
Bob French. It will be for aU > i "
of you. Moose members and their guests. Ivonne LeeRebecca .' .- ': Marion on Sunday.
R. E. Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Eubanks I
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkie *; ,
A small donation will be takenat
of Jacksonville. Mr.,and Mrs.I I the door by Ira B. Mikeal, Brenda Craft'S* .',) Fort Pierce visited :Mr. and Mrs. I
J R. Hutchinson of Mulberryand ."\ Luke Stevens last week. On
secretary. A beautiful door prize Gray .
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lee of I :'' Thursday the Eubanks and Stevens -I
Claudia Crown l#
11:30 .
will be awarded at I yA
p.m. ,.," the with :Mr and ti sS a .
spent day
weekend "l.. *"
Mulberry were guestsof Charles Berlin ;"I RA
Music will be played by the
Mr and Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson. Quart Nelson ;:. '.?' .. r q., li'; Mrs. Irvin Harvey.Mr. .
quartette. Mrs. Kimberly "*:' .Sri. '. L ,...: :: .' : :". ..t.. and :Mrs. Eubanks also 5
_..._ .
Rev. and Mrs. Richard F. Jeanne CazSer *"\:. " .. .. visited his brother Roy Eubanksat
of Concord, New Hamp- Junior High Dance :* Goldenrod.
Beyer : Debbie Guffie T* Miss Barbara Lee Anthony .
shire are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Scheduled Bonnie Lantz :,- Other guests at the Stevens
Harold M. Wells 1627 Catherine I' FridayThe Patti Green :'y", Barbara Anthonv To Wed Jerrv Wise home last week include their
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7th and'8th, graders dance '- daughter and family. Mr and
Mr. Clark \ ,--.---.--- will be held Friday night from Ricky Pless ." *". ., i Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Anthony -' The bride elect is a graduateof Mrs. Bobbie Lee Stevie and Lisa"
from[ Miami.Also .
7:30 to 11 at the youth , 10 Lilly St., Kissimmeet
For All Occasions p.m. Donna Davis ** Osceola School.
High Her Mr. Harris, F.E.C. Railroad Shown above are a few of the many New 1963 Huffy
center. I announce the engagement and(
Patti Dunlap .: fiance is a graduate of Seece
ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST I 'inis will be a recoia nope Joyce Fullerton :*, -; approaching marriage of their supervisor who has retired Power Mowers., The Full Line is now on display at . .
School in Orlando and is after fifty ;years service, and Mr.
'Mr and Mrs. Bill Button 1IoUHate -:- *' | daughter Barbara Lee, to Jerome Makinson Hardware.
announce -
I Solana, a Florida East Coast
owner of Rosabella Gardens Nursery -
the birth of a son. Alan Diane Keith y | Humphry Wise son oftrs..
R.R. Section foreman also retir- -- -----------
25 KOADWAY 147-4591 Cole on Thursda, January 31, Judy Wood : ". !i L Brownie Wise Kissimmee. in Kissimmee. ed, both Melbourne.. '

I I afthe Orange orial HOSPital. Tanya Perry ,,, -' I l I A shower is planned for Miss : 4 GREAT MODELSc

6th Becky Vickers, prospective bride, :
:Mrs.; : Bailey :*: I I Elementary School News for February 11, at the home of i

Peggy Day -, : ", Mrs. Wyona Strickland.The j
Prentice Eugene Vickers family and I

Mrs. Dunlap ',
Kathy Carter : Timmy attended church servicesat I

Added AssistanceIn Kathy Taylor are red violets are ;it that cherry tree?" Melbourne on Sunday. : I
Kirk Sines
; T .
I ,
blue, we send Valentine greetings I By Keitha Harvey-George }
Bobby Johnston .5 to you! j'Washington was born on Feb- SCHOOL NEWS i A

addition to providing fine Cookie Franklin ,i This sounds corney but it'sa ruary 22, 1732 He became Grades, 5, 6 T -
:Mr Kimberly IIJ Compiled blIss: :Marilyn Coffin ;:
funeral service assist all ,. way to say TODAY is the ,]i president in 1789. When he
we I +*
Keith Ashmore '
Social Studies have
Grade 6, in
: day. hearts and flowers ;was a boy he chopped down
? eligible families in receiving the John Guelde ?'. I Leve You, cupid, and all I t the cherry tree. But he told ,been studying about the Middle : o

;; various Social Security bene- Joe Lombardy the sweet lovely thoughts that J 1 his father what he did. Ages They made shields similar !

fits; our help in obtaining bens Wanda Bradley make up Valentine's Day. Our By Margaret Hearn One to those used by the Knights. :
fits due Patti Cazier children are so excited and j day one of George Washington's Plans are underway for buildinga I 23 SSs3ESHMHHHB B B
veterans' families i SMSMSIR :Marsha : each one has his little mail friends gave George an castle. i i
Eictt'I 20" & 22" cut Redi!
just as complete. De Ann I box all decorated waiting to axe. So George went home. Grade 5, for Science enjoyed''' and Height adjustment.
THE OftOEft Bnggs
'-I' Bonderized
Of mrGOLDIM Rhonda Kelly i receive Valentines from their His father had a cherry tree making candles by melting crayon -, Steel Dock. engine.
; RUE Linda Lawrence : friends. and George wanted to use his stubs and blocks of paraffin. (
Dava Lurie Grade Mothers in Mrs axe. So he chopped down his In reading a mural was made:' -----------

E III RlEDEL All/n: Miller ,. i Peggy Bradbury's room',':!fathers cherry tree. Then his showing early ways of travel. Examples .

. Joyce Williams brought red material and stuf-|;father J came out of the house : horse and buggy, Pierce : w w
SZ zowt9lome :Marsh WynnOfficers: fings for the boys and girls I:]He was not happy "Who chop- Arrow and the Model T. !
., 2J HOUR / to sew heart shaped pin cush- :]ped down my cherry tree?" Grade 4, in Science recentlyidexperimQgts..ielnonslratin i!
AMBU siRVIGR ANC; KISSIMMEC 107 EMMETT.. FLORIDAPhone STRE E T ions to present to their moth-I j:1 he-said,..-.++ i-.&-' .: I H
Club To 'said -! tiuw-a wheel is stopped by friction -' -
r ers. The level five and six George ; can not leir y
Meet children did a beautiful job; a lie. I did it." And George and a demonstration showing I T
%- \ Monday Night and the cushions looked so, hover told : ne, And when the catching and dr/gging of friction -i
: pretty attached to a frilly he grew up he was the first on rough and smooth sur-:, A
i The Officers Club of the Kiss- white paper doily. president of the United States faces. M

I immee Rebekah. Lodge No. 42 Gary Schmidt in Mrs. By La m o n d a Browning Pat Billings has returned aftera I A
will meet Monday night Feb. 18, Louise Elliott's level one I II tr'nrcr''ast.IIg1nu \\i Ii\- vacation with chicken pox. I'
at the home of :Mrs. Emma Bay- I room has a broken right-arm. in Virginia. Mt. Vernonwas T

ISP liss 904 West Orange. 7But ho d(K'v almost anything i the name of his home. Elementary I
The Past Noble Grands Club the other children do by using I When he was a little boy he ff C
f Em{ 5 will meet Thursday night. Feb. his left hand. !.chopped down a pretty little To Meet Tonight .) _
28, at the home of Mrs. Jennie Tonight is the final judging -\ cherry tree Augustine came i
t Phillips, 24 North Cljde Ave. of the PTA sponsored I out. But he was not afraid. 0
---- poster contest. Awards will The Washington family was Kissimmee Elementary P.

be mad .. the PTA meeting large. George Washington vas T A. will meet in Central J' 20" & 22" cut All four wheels can be ad.
tonight. Winners in the grades born on February 22, 1732 at School library tonight at 7:30 justed simultaneously from 1" to 3" cut.
will be announced next week. a farm in Virginia called P,m, Mrs. Frederice Phillips, Free leaf mulcher
The George Washington 'fkeCield. George was the president, announced. ,
theme wag 'mgd. Parents are I first child.. Lawrence was the .----------
urged to attend the meeting bra"9' -hpr fif (Icorur, ''ash The viewing and judging or .
tonight to see the posters I ington. entries in the George Washington i E .

which will be displayed. poster contest will be' I '
The fourth fifth and sixth I the highlight of the meeting. ': I 0-

grades were treated to an afternoon t Garden All parents are urged to at- [ F
of culture when they tend.
attended a special concert Club NewsOne
Monday by Rubinoff and his R r
famous $100,000 Stradivarius ary proce-lures. Mrs. Lena Hunt O
l violin. Principal Louis Feuer- of the reporters for this and Mrs. Fred Althouse are hos ,
stein and teachers accompanied column states that it bothers her tesses. P

the children to Tupper- when she sees smoke from burn- Be sure to go by the CourtHouse ( E
ware Auditorium where the I J ing leaves. The soil in Florida is to see the azaleas I in i, L

performance was held. j so sanay, that elements are easi- bloom, and a trip to Brinson j
l These stories about George I I'Washington ly leeched out. Anything that Park will reveal sweet peas in. L 20" & 22" cut, Remote Impulse Starter.

were written by II helps retain minerals and mois- bloom. Be sure to see both. E Maximum power transmission. No gear
the boys and girls in Miss ture should be used. Oak leaves More freeze proof plants. court- !' D shift or levers.

Dotty Rhoades' level five and I pine needles, peat, and grass cuttings tesy Dick Pope are: Ligustrum. -----------
six room. come summer times if not Honeysuckle. Linopp.i Loquat.
By Marie Gainer Once i too weedy, can be used. At least Magnolia Grandiflora, Leather-

t there was a boy named George I put the clippings in the compost Leaf Fern, Nandina, OleandersTea

Washington. He was born : heap. Clippings have proven to Olive, Podocarpus. Pampas
Ion Pope's Creek farm. George I be a good filler for a low placein Grass Pyracantha. New Zralan' 5

r l-c' Washington was a brave t i the yard.In Flax Canary Island Date Palm. -i4 U

[man. He was the first presi-I planting glads if continous Cattle>: Guava, Roses Con!f'df'l',

ASHER2SPEE0S 'dent in the whole world. He i bloom is desired plant groupsof : ate Jasmine, Lady Palm. Parkm. PR
Martha Curtis When ', ALTLE
; corms every two weeks from sonia Aculeata. Severinia. ; :
!Martha married George Washington now until warm, weather. Border Sabal Palm. Spiral Eucaln: 'us
\ she had never been plantings are suggested as well Stokesia, Texas Sage, Foriunc+ '"
more than miles from :
twenty as staggered groupings.In Pa'm Evergreen Elm Sasanqu ,
(home. But during the-Revolu-
J talking with Mrs. Betty Camellias Vibernum Washington -
s Itionary War she was to beI.I Metzer. she says the flower show Palm Wax Myrtle Yu I
(Icome one of the most traveled J'i&Tfli.1R&
:in connection with the stock show Zamia Integrifolia.Now :
ladies of her day.
2-CYCLES : By Elaine l\IcLeod-George and rodeo is to be "As You is the time to- : Ix I

Washington was brave. He Lake It", as no theme has been Mulch add loving plants I u/a- IE

was the first president. He selected. Awards will be madeto leas. CamelHas Gardenias'' with
honest and the fresh and best dried ar- oak leaves/and pine nedles.
was told
.NORMAL SLOW SPUD ., ..r*.1 l .... never a rangement.The Not plant azaleas too deep R
Please be honest like
.c 4.U c.t. h ric.. Wish spied. MtatiM e)
c.strts spin tp eeL George Washington. His fathr Hibiscus Circle meeting of use plenty pf peat and water w 5

REGULAR ..< SHORT WASH CYCLES asked. "Who chopped down Feb. 14. 2:30 p.m.. at the home when planting.The .
<*mVm with. speed Mlect l e.!. U...4.r any of Mrs. Robert Ford, Brack St.. Gloriosa Circle will nuxt,
aVtic. SPHa.'riIIM '4 *}".! opts c..rrll..4 will be of great interest to the Friday evening, 7:30: p.m. at the

select GREEN'S FUEL !members. The program is February home of Mrs. Gertrude Williams.
FILTER-FLOG SYSTEM skis.. 'ee..U... _
.sow Holiday Tables. Mrs.
....K wtttr, eliIIetiltl| hat, ..*4, s..p ;! Carl Sumner St. Mrs. Robert Metzger 24" Supreme and Deluxe Rider Today'smost
Sales Service Kenton will prepare the table Flower Show Chairman of the
se.... a7 >' talked about Rider All the extras at
COMPARENIW IIG 12-LI. CAPACITY Ntii Urf a family' for Valentine's Day Miss Louise local club will tell the group. an economical price.
..... ii II stri4.. PHONE Mf-4172 M7-417I Thomason. the one for George What to do about getting things i
GENERAL __ KISSIMMEEFor Washington's BirUway while Mrs ready for a Flower Show. This II
chosen -------------
ELECTRIC Mal Lamb has to do Lincoln.s will be a training session, and
CLOTHESWADI Gas Delivery: Phone
847-2058 Birthday. Mrs. Lamb will all members are urged to attend.

WITH -1 -ttl s II Hi.MM*. tsar IS IBS.C-t Harold R. A. Reedier Wigal 8474539Kenneth also assist Mrs. Ford as co-hos+ Mrs. Edith McGrew will serve as I
OTHER s.ww ..r.w $19095LIMITED Bledso co-hostess. MAKINSONHARDW
MODELS .. ..... US6-'*'* w...... 892-7695 (St. Cloud] tess.The circle has planted a number I Mrs. Dick Luce. Melbourne, ;

I For Gar Service Phone of azaleas at the entranceto Rill present her program on

TIME ONLY I j J. B. Rourirt Robert Allen 847-4062 Rose Hill cemetery to replace flower arranging to the Day lily

I Emory Bremen 847-4570 plants damaged by the December Circle Wednesday morning 9:30
I Leo Girourd 847-2061 freeze. a.m. at the home of Mrs. SamLupfer ARE
FURNITURE CO. I R. H. HaD 8921212. St.Cloud The Rose Circle will meet Feb. m, Idora Park. Mrs.
PARKS I call H. T. Simmons,Mgr. I
or 14, 2:30 p.m. at the home of Luce is an accredited flower
Mrs. Fred Thrush', Dixie High. shew judge and is well qualifiedto
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD Robert O'Berry 847-3219 way. Mrs. John CaTo'll, parti present the program. Serving
R.W.( Lowrfer 847-3442 308 Broadway 8472100thatak'alj
892-2011 mentarian for the General dub
847-4171 John Evans St.Cloud 892-3482: i with Mrs. Lupfer will be Mrs.
will speak on proper parliament i Duncan McFarland.


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A The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee Florida. Thurs., Feb. 14, 196;:; Mrs. Mabel Phelps cheerfully, "Want to buy a letter
OHS Band Presents ORANGE GARDEN opener?" ,

Road Died At St. CloudMrs. "Buy one?" stooped the dte-
Revamping JOTTINGSBy granted I lmmrt,, "I married
Concert Sunday Mabel Cottrell Phelps, I one!"

92 st. Cloud, ,died last_Tuesday._
Studied ., Born in Michigan, she had lived ANNA J. REYNOLDSOne Then there'WM the man who
Program in St. Cloud for the past 45 years.
The 55' piece Osceola. High Allen Conner, Mark Lurie Pat member of the Free gambled so much that he lost
School Symphonic Band will present Driver and Donnie Higgins. Student She was a of the most noticeable ville N.Y., was a recent visitor most of his money to the point he
Methodist Church. characteristics of the residents of of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brisbin. afraid the .
was to answer 'phone.So
the first in the annual ser- conductors will also be conducting -
revision coun't be
Complete of the First to Cottrell Titus-
roads yesterday. Son Stephen Orange Gardens
is their interestin They also had as recent guestsa he decided to go to a psyefelarist -
ies of winter concrts at the marches and the contest
road department is being road south HaSel
s going Mrs.
numbered was a ville; daughters, welfare work There
Orlando. could be
I house Sunday after- are sev- group of ladies from to see if this habit
considered. from Hwy. 192 at Deer Park. Community conducting Goodrich Bradenton. Mrs. Gla- eral such projects being carried
cured. As result of several
County commissioners yester the number C-419. noon at 2 p.m. Also featured will be the clarinet Mich. Mrs. a
was given dys Lee, Dowagiac, on in the community such the
as The Brisbin's son and grandson treatments be lost all desire to
day gave Otis Sellers until next The second road to be assigneda The concert which is open to section in Clarinets Allegro. Cecil Spencer St. Cloud and Volunteer Cancer Dressing catch He'now always
recent be
Monday to bring in recommendations number was that formerly the public is sponsored by the The major works by the band Mrs. F. S. Ledbetter Jr.. Kis- Group, the Needlework Guilds, proudly displayed a gamble. reports
of 57 blue fish to an admiring the whether
which would not only meat: called The Red Simpson Rd. it city and there is no admission I by Von Suppe'and the "Overtureby simmee: 14 grandchildren, and and other welfare answers
_./ projects spon- group on the lawn of the Brisbin it rings or not.
better JTMUS but a more efficient) was given the number (}31. -' charges?_ Von Suppe and the "Overturn eight great-grandchildren sur- sored by the residents of up-town home.
run department. The first digit wm represent Featured-wifl_be four soloists from The Sound of Music" by Kissimmee. The recent Polio
Sellers Is county road superintendent the commission district the roadis Rodgers and Hammerstein.The vive.Funeral Luther
services were held at Campaign is one example. The Mr. John Thoman, Jr., of Ashland Robinette
located in. / Rev. Russell Brown band is directed by JohnB.
the Graveside Mt. Peace Cemetery folks in the downtown area also Ky., is staying at the homeof
The action of the commission of Jamison. Died
The question ThursdayLuther
Wednesday morning. cooperate in welfare
I. Address Methodists and his parents Mr. and Mrs. John
is not designed to question the to the county
clerk handle
deputy Fisk & other
Eiselstein, Journigan projects of current interest Thoman following his father's recent
work of Sellers. On the uthei f commission's businessbetween The Reverend Russell S. Brownof Junior Women To Funeral Home, St. Cloud was in carried on by residents of the stay at a local hospital. Robinette. 8T, of St
hand it Is of number being Cloud Thursday
one a passed
meetings was Gardens. away
Lowell, N. Y. will speak at charge. This spirit of friendly
taken by the commissioners tc I "I thought we were waiting for February 7th at his home.A .
the First Methodist Church this Aid Project Hope relationship between the two Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brisbin
improve the efficiency Of various clerk (Glenn Ray),to tell
I the big Sunday. Feb. 17, at the morning groups is most gratifying.The spent Sunday with several friendsin native of West Virginia, be
county departments. I us . I'm afraid to hire some- worship service, 11 a.m., in the The S. S. Hope, the float- Former Resident Cassadaga Spiritualist Camp. had made his home In St. Cloud

County commissioners even began one because they may try to" absence of the pastor. Reverend ing medical training ship is Died In OrlandoMr. vocal and instrumental pro for the past 32 ;years. He was a l ,
assigning numbers to count) take over the entire courthouse the time in Lima Peru
at ,
John A. Briley. gram presented by the Osceola Mr. and Mrs. Cochrane of heavy equipment operator for Os
Commr. Tom Bumby said. working with doctors and oth- High School students at the close ceola County until his recent retirement -
Reverend and Mrs. Brown are Lewis Edward Driggers, Washington, D.C., have moved
Sorority Collects Circuit Court Clerk Glenn Ray visiting in the home of Mr. and er medical personnel of that 47. 2209 Hand Blvd., Orlando i of the Orange Gardens Civic As- into their home on 1620 Oak St. and was a veteran of

$285 For CP Drive said he would welcome a deputy Mrs. Webster Collins, 304 MainSt. country.At died Monday.He sociation at their regular meetingwas WorH War I.
!but he was not going to ask for the G.F.W.C convention,
would Reverend Brown, though re- was a native of Kissimmeeand a most enjoyable affair. The Mr. and Mrs. Nethery have He is survived by his wife y
said deputizeany
one. He he Jr. Clubs all over the country
Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sororit which the commissionand tired, is serving a Methodist moved to Orlando in 1927 student organization and the com- moved into their home on 1908 Mrs. Eiieene Robinette of !t.
man voted to support Project
collected and presented $285 Jo he found mutually accept, Church in Lowell and at one time One way was to make soft from Kissimmee. He was a mittee who arranged for the pres- Orange Blvd. Cloud; three sons, William of 10*

the Cerebral Palsy Telethon Sun able. was District Superintendent in stuffed toys to be given to member of Walnut St. Baptist sentation of this wonderful pro- fiimmee, and Charles and Warner

day in Orlando. Commr. Chester Barber reminded . the Northern New York District. ,children treated on the ship. Church and was with Orlando of gram deserve a well-earned vote On their way farther south of Orlando; one daughter Mrs
Members collecting and pre- the commissioners they The evening service at 7:30 Kissimmee Jr. Woman's Transit Co. for 20 years as driver Mr. and Mrs. Paul Swift from Doris Chestier of Orlando; and

senting donations were: Mmes. had started weekly meetings to I p.m. will be conducted by O. D. Club met last Tuesday even- and dispatcher.Wife Falmouth, Mass. (Cape Cod). two sisters.
The Valentine
Bill Pennington, Bill Gephart, take care of the county's businessso : Whittington, Jr. who is Director ing at Mrs. Murray Over- Myrtle; son, Lewis E. Party on Thursday were weekend guests of Mr. and Funeral services were held

Lynwood Lupo Frank Broyles, as to delay the employmentof t of Youth and Education at the street, Jr's for a sewing bee Jr., Orlando; daughters Mrs. evening.of Feb. 14 should be a Mrs. Erford Woods. Mrs. Swiftis Sunday afternoon from the
Bob Makinson and Miss Gail a deputy. However, he said a. Methodist Church. His sermon to make such toys. Lois Lyttle, Tampa, Mrs. Louise of this enjoyment. Details in- a sister of Mrs. Woods. Chapel of Eiselstein, Fisk and

Gephart.The man taking care of road department . topic will be "The Church Its Dr. William B. Walsh headof Corbett, La Rochelle. France, the current are Bulletin.given Journigan with Rev. Arnold Pres-
Sorority wishes to thank records and other matters. Past and Its Present". The Youth the project has said "I : Mrs. Avon Belue, Lawrence- ONCE OVER LIGHTLY: sey of the First Christian Churc'I

all who donated and assisted. might be needed. Choir will present the anthem know the Jr's cooperation in burg, Tenn.; brothers J. 0., "Susan, darling will you marryme officiating. Interment was in O..
on Saturday. Feb. 23, at "
Commr. L. J. Harvey, who is s!; "Christ whose. Glory Fills the this people building job will Tampa, Avon Lr., Harley H., Or- 10:00 a.m. there will be the Story ? said the anxious young ceola Memory Gardens.
the leader in pushing for the improved Skies". be 'a rewarding 'one for you lando; sister Mrs. C. A. Dollins, man.
Postal Employees said better and for those thousands to Hour specially designed for chil- "No," she said, "but I will always -
road Orlando five grandchildren
program : sur
dren of 5
to 10 years of age. The admire "
Receive AwardsThree roads will help the county attract wnom you WIll oe bringingreal vive. your LKARX
program will be lead by Mrs. Insure Tear future Im A
Rooms Needed For in troubled
hope a
to Osceola. Hand Funeral
good people Carey Home was I"p.JI.1t protessi.a
who has had
employees of the Kissim- 'Barber said the maintenance world. in charge. Sawyers The bright eyed salesman Day A: Mtht CU.s w
mee Post Office received awards costs of county-owned equ'.pmsnt: Aldersgate VisitorsAn The regular club meetingwas wide experience of, this line .of bounced up the steps, rang the ".Approved

during the past week for beneficial disturbing him. February 5, at the Wo work. doorbell and was greeted by thii Orlando Barber College.
suggestions under the Post was unusual situation is developing man's Club. Mrs. Earl J. Hen- Herbert Porter Suhl 11 man of the house. "Good morning 3W9 S. Orange 1A 5-487S BIo iom Tr.

Office Department's Incentive in connection with the com- sel Jr.. District Director, presented Mr. and Mrs. Otto Brinker of sir," said the young man
Lutheran ing Aldersgate Campmeeting be- interesting Succumbed TuesdayHerbert 1712 Oak St. were pleasantly
Award Program.The Trinity a very program
men receiving these ginning Feb. 28 through March 10 on the work of the State prised by a visit last week of sur-t

awards were James Barker city Women Met here in Kissimmee. It is that Jr. Woman's Club and what Porter Suhl 84, of Gil- and Mrs.: Fred Miller of PRESTIGE

carrier and Walter Murphy and many people are writing ahead the club should mean to each bert Park Kissimmee passed Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Brinker HOMES I '
William H. Johnson clerks. Mrs. Wilfred Scopes now of for sleeping rooms for a weekor member of the local club. Refreshments away early Tuesday after a were members of a pinochle club I ?

This was Barker's third award New York and a former Missionary ten days. were served by lengthy illness.A in Chicago.Mrs. I BUILT -
under this for The American The campmeeting last year the Education and Fine Arts native of Lincoln Mo., he I

program. Lutheran Church spoke at brought many people and much Committee to the following had been a resident of this com- Andrew Herrmann and FOR YOU _

both Circle meetings this retail business to Kissimmee. people: Mary Ellen Carter munity for the past 50 years. Mrs. William D. Marvine are in _
Girl Scout News week when Trinity Lutheran From the mail response already Barbara Kessler Carol Johns- He was a retired farmer and New York City where they attended -

Church Women met. She told the crowds this year will be ton, Mary Hansell Lola Nor- trucker.A the funeral of their father.A ByGeorge

byMargaret of the work being done in even larger than the 600 who ris, Delores Jackson Pat Powers retired member of the Kis- wish of sincere sympathy is L. ReynoldsFor

: Turvin our field in India in the Education braved the "unusually cold Carol Veleta, Ruth What- simmee Fire Department, he was extended to the families of Mrs.

and Evangelism program weather" last March.J. ley, Sue Stephens, Bridget Chief for a number of years. Herman and Mrs. Marvin. Further Information Call 847-2856 817-22W
Through this column I 'will keep as well as the medical. P. Crane is arranging for Gainer' Ann Harris, Margie He was a member of the Christian I or

you informed as to the many .interesting The Martha Circle met rooms for the visitors, many of Thomas and Rae Overstreet. Science Church. Mrs. Jennie Crofot oL Baldwins-I

functions the Girl Scout Tuesday evening with Mrs. whom will stay in the hotels and I Survivors include two sons, O

and Brownie Troops participatein. Walter Watkins as Bible Study motels in Kissimmee. Local people ' I Masons To Meet R. Suhl and Rufus Suhl; one
From time to time I will acquaint Leader for the topic "Christas small i daughter Mrs. Loyal Lane all of
who would accept a re-
you with other facets of Our Redeemer" taken from numeration for the use of their :Monday Night Kissimmee. Also six grandchil- Four different ways to make going
the Girl. Scout Program. It is the; book of Collossians. Mrs.
bedroom are requested to dren.Funeral
my opinion that many people Wm. Timmerman presentedthe spare Regular meetings of Orange services will be heldat

would be likely to show enthusi- Cause of the MonthAmer- call him. Blossom Lodge No. 80 are heldon 2 o'clock Thursday from the fun than thereYou
the campmeeting
Preachers at
asm if they knewmore about lean Missions and Mrs. Allen the first and third Monday of Grissom Chapel with Mrs. Lillian more getting
.. this year will be,Dr. Russell .V.
the program.4; ':; Charlton gave the Offering each month at 8 p.mi'according Dunn: Christian Science
1 Upcoming -!s --theJfAnnual,, Girl meditation. Mrs. Andrew LeLong Dr. John S. Logan and {;Stanley Anthony, who' has-ex- Reader officiating Cremationwill y* fe
Sexton. of America'sfavorite will make think that ice aow
I presided i Rev. Ralph Bryon can see why one you
Hammack chairman
Scout Cookie Sale fromFebruary fended & cordial invitation to all follow with interment laterin
15th ,to, March-'2nd. The cookiesare over the business'meeting and :Crouse is master of ceremoniesand Masons vacationing in this area* Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom outdoor sports is driving are kid stuff; and for pure adventure,

of three varieties and will was also co-hostess with Mrs. song evangelist. to make this their lodge while Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Chevrolets, with four entirely different America's only sports car, Corseue-
sell for 45c per box. The proceedswill Charlton for refreshmentswith Services will be held at 9:30 from home. kinds of cars to choose from. There's now in two all-new versions with looks

be used for more camping decorations carrying out and 10:30: a.m. and 2:30: and 7:30 away The next stated communicationwill the Jet-smooth Chevrolet, about as luxuthat can stop traffic like a rush-hour

equipment and facilities. You will the Valentine theme. p.m. There are no services on be held Monday night with rious as you can go without going over- blizzard. Picked your favorite already?

be visited by a Girl Scout or The Mary Circle met Thursday Sunday mornings but everyoneis work in the master Mason Friendship Inc. To .board in price; the low-cost The next thing is to take

Brownie. Welcome them and sup- morning at ten o'clock invited to attend the Sunday degree. Meet February 21st Chevy II, a good-looking car the wheel at your Chevroletdealer's.

port the cause. Mrs. Richard with Mrs. Gladys McKenneyin afternoon rally at 2:30 and evan- Members of chapter 62, Orderof that would send any family If that doesn't have
Guelde is neighborhood cookies charge of the business gelistic meeting at 7:30. of
Eastern Star will serve a sup packing; another family you thinking places togo ,
chairman this meeting. Mrs. Albert King The tent, to be used until an Friendship Inc. will m e e t rather
year.Don't per beginning at 6:30: p.m. All favorite, the sporty Corvair, maybe you'd just
forget to look for the gave the opening devotionsand auditorium can be built, will be Master Masons are urged to Thursday February 21, at 12:30 whose rear-engine traction Keeps mf GOIng Great have a ball around town!
Rev. Young led the Bible Thacker in at the Hotel. Cards
Girl Scout Exhibit at the Central located at Vine and attend. p.m. Tropical
Florida Fair this month. All Study. Miss Ricker had the Kissimmee. will not be sent to members and

troops were invited to put something -offering Meditation and prayer. friends but everyone is welcome.
Mrs. Rhea Brown and Mrs.
A varied musical of
.on display. program
Nell Jackson were hostessesfor Lutheran Women PELMOUS AND SHADDOCK, all
outside talent is
date planned.
March 30 is the tentative
better known
the coffee hour also' using as GRAPEFRUIT
set for the Osceola Roundup in Reservations should be phoned
Held LuncheonThe will be in
Valentine decorations for the on display a large variety -
in"i to Mrs. Della Johnson 847-
St. Cloud. Troops from Kissim table. of forms at the Florida Qt.
. 4 mee and St. Cloud gather for a Woman's Guild of Grace rus Expositoion,.March 916. 2930 by Tuesday p.m., Feb. 19.
:i fun-filled day of meeting new Lutheran Church, St. Cloud met

1 friends and working together in Birth AnnouncementMr. Thursday, Feb. 7 at the home of

games and projects. For some Mrs. Louise Kuert for a luncheon -

girls and adults alike this win I' and Mrs. John B. Jamison meeting. i

be their first Roundup so they announce the birth of daughter The group decided to send a BIG CAPACITY
:wait in anticipation. for the big Joanna born Monday at the grant to the Lutheran Women'sMisionary

1 day, to come. Orange Memorial Hospital. League District for NOW

More news next month. Chancel furnishings of new mis- 427 IBS.Model r'

sions. in the Florida-Georgia dis- --? -

i THEKISSIMMTE trict.A prayer service "On Wings ,I \ r

of Prayer Around the World" is.I
GAZETTE to be held at the chapel, Friday, : I IN SAME
,ORIM p March 1, 7:30 p.m., conducted':
'' 'i
by the Lutheran Women's Mis- i
A .Ie.. H. Perry Newspaper -
sionary League of Grace Lutheran 2 REFRIGERATORTOTAL
Church. I
Offices: 24-26 Stewart Ave.
y Future planning includes a a

'f SON. Telephone 847-2881 rummage sale Saturday, Feb. 23, ', CONTACT CHEVY II NOVA 400 SPORT COUPE

in a store room of the Hunter-! FREEZINGfrom
Entered as Second Class Mall MatterIn Arms Building. Mrs. Lydia Grosz t '"- solid
the Post Office at Kissimmee.: Fla.
a and Mrs. Ollie Steckle are co-! shelves9POSITION

chairmen of the event. 4tr s '
{ Published Thursdays Kissimmee Florida The Dorcas Circle will meet I i TEMPERATURE -

with Mrs. D. E. Cooperrider. -: CON-

LEO SCHUMAKER Kissimmee Thursday afternoon i, TROLfromO

Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION Feb. 28. :I --- to 10-below

The Adult Bible Class of the I ADJUST. I

RATESSix church continues to meet each ABLE DOOR Jas ,j a

months, $2.50; one year, $4.00; two year, $7.00 t Wednesday eevning at 7 30 p.m. \ CA222 SHELVESfor






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a homes, hospitals and institu- ______________-__________._-___--------------------------'__n__________u____..________..____._
tions desperately long for a cardor

letter . a visit . a gift . '

from member:family them and kindly friends.brings To joy re- Parks Furniture Co. STARLING CHEVROLET, INC.

I' to the spirit. HUNT BROS. .

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Spiritual UnderstandingMeets SAVE A? No Other BEEF Could Be So


Winn-Dixie expert meat buyers
Neil H. Bowles in TalkHumanity's -
BREAD select only the top gradesof

U. S. Gov't graded beef.

needs will ultimately ways been entirely fair. But he !twofold in purpose. It Is then aged in temper
' be met and harmony will be faithfully held to the truth that "It redeems as well as spiritually -'' 16ozLoaf With hJdlae controlled coolers until
fully established through man- man is Godlike; that the spirit- instructs," he said. "It tuI 1 .f Ot Locff :
kind's increasing spiritual under- ual qualities of integrity, un- teaches that the infinite resources Rtp'Le it reaches it's peak of flavorPrice
standing, Neil H. Bowles of Atlanta selfishness, and justice are man's of good are available to 9t 2', and tenderness.
1 A
Georgia, said in an address true qualities, and that the carnal every man through a spiritual: ,' E
here Feb. 10. manifestations of hatred and understanding of Life, substance, 0Quantity 5
Today, .we are witnessing," dishonesty were really no partof and intelligence. In the infinitude Op Oat
he said. "the rapid awakening of man but were only a false of substance, there is no poverty
the dormant, the slumbering sense of man, like the dream of no lack, no error or evil of Rights Reserved PULL GUT ROUND
thought in many parts of the discord one has in sleep. any kind." Price Good Thru February_16thomueirr .
world. This awakening will irresistibly "These troubled relationship; He added: "An understanding -w/NN-DIXt.TOR[*. INC. It.* -

lead those who are recep- went on for some time. But one of the infinite nature of God. .
+ Steak 88
tive to Truth on to a search for day one of the partners went tc man's creator, is redemptive because LB. ,
a more spiritual sense of life. see the Christian Scientist, and it destroys friction, selfish r -
Mr. Bowles,. a Christian Science what do you think he wanted? ness, jealousy, and envy. It un- -
teacher and practitioner, is He wanted the Christian Scientist folds the spiritualizing influenceof TBONEt' '
on extensive tour as a member to use his efforts to settle divine Love. It answers the ,

of The Christian Science. Boardof the diffeernces between his part- questions, 'Why are we here, 4j;
Lectureship. ner and himself. and what is our purpose here?'
Steak 98
He spoke in Community House "The spiritual truths of God The answers are, of course, to p LB. ,
Monument Ave. under the auspices -and man the Christian Scientist glorify the allness of God, good, f -
of Christian Science Soc had been maintaining had be- to recognize the perfection of

iety on the subject "ChristiaE come a leavening, a purifying man, to contribute our efforts to SIRLOIN
Science Meets Humanity'! influence to the disturbed mental furthering the leavening processof s
Needs. Mrs. M. Grienke. First atmosphere in which he had Truth in world consciousness.If __ __
Reader introduced him. '' been included with these part 1 you have ever longed for success \ :
"The world's most urgent need 3 ners. The partners' differenceswere you can find it in under- a Steak LB. 98
is to reach a willingness to learnto soon settled through the I standing and obeying God. We _
reason from a spiritual scientific prayerful efforts of the Chris-! can all gauge the measure of 4'.
basis," the lecturer de tian Scientist." our own stature as spiritually :. CHUCK
clared. Commenting on this experi- minded thinkers by our willingness -
He said that the Apostle Paul ence, he added: "The conflictsand to lend our full measure of :
explained it in this way: "'ft the upheavals we see inten- selfish service in making the
be carnally minded is enmity sified in the world today 'will be leaven of Truth increasingly Roast LB. 5 9 i
against God" (Romans 8)) met as the power of spiritual un- available to the people of the Goverment Inspected Half or Whole ]
"The carnally minded see life derstanding is recognized as the world.
as material and physical," he I only saving influence' for man-
noted. "What they see is finite kind. Only through the spiritual EXTRA LEAN . FRESH GROUND
and perishable; it can be destroyed. understanding of God and His IT'S NO SECRET Smoked HAM $ 99
. The spiritually minded recognize -perfect creation can the carnal By"RED"LUMWhat
that true and perfect beliefs of hatred, malice, envy, Beef 5 LB. 1 1FRESH
Life is harmonious, and that' it revenge, jealousy, anger, and is being planned for the PKG.
Cannot be destroyed because God fear be destroyed. As .these errors growth of Kissimmee is no secret flavor of
The sweet, smoky
Himself is Life, the source of are destroyed we shall seethe It's no secret that Uncle
\ Sam is investing $3,000,000 in a SUNNYLAND hams has made BOSTON BUTTS
: all the manifestations of Life. establishment of 'peace on
A correct view of God and man earth, good will toward men.' pilot project for retired personson them the first choice of thrifty
meets the human need by healing Continuing, he said: "The sec forty acres of land at the homemakers. Protein-rich, carefully Pork Roast"Regvler 3 9;

the sick, by resolving human ond case I want to tell you about western boundary of Kissimmee.It selected extra lean hams.
conflicts, and by overcoming was that of the healing of a is no secret that the Alders- : '9* COPILAND SMOKED
limitation on a wholly spiritual woman who sustained a broken gate Foundation has planned So delightfully tender and tasty. 41H11;
basis Mr. Bowles stated. He described collarbone and a badly shatterer four primary projects, namely, And Government Inspected to \ Sausage U59x
two incidents of healing,, arm socket. Christian Science ((1) a 300-apartment building all assure you of'the highest quality LB.
the first of which involved a bit. treatment was started at once. on the ground floor for religious verytime. Buy either full half LESS SALT BETTER TASTING WHITE
*. ter conflict between two busi After several days a son became centered living, on a rental CENTER SLICES
whole NO
or Bacon
"founder'sfees 3 9"
,: ness partners. alarmed and insisted on taking basis, eliminating . . 1.8'
,, ," etc. (2) the constructionof REMOVED. S
"Their activities he said his mother to have the condition $
"were quite extensive, but they i X-rayed. After thoroughly study- 148 retirement homes with 2
literally hated each other because ing the prints, the technicianand and 3 bedrooms on another 40 _ ASTOR FROZENDIXIANA
of rivalry, jealousy, greed,,, the doctor in attendance as- acres, wholly owned by the pur- f Grape Juice 6 CA-0H: $1. IlIElmII I I
and selfishness. There was a sured the mother and son that chasers, and which do not revertto 50 Free Value
third man, a Christian Scientist,,, all bones were perfectly set and the Foundation upon the demise Top Stamps ( FMCCH FROZEN Olt.....
with whom they had done a con- the knitting was well under way. of the owners; ((3) the con- WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF Mustard . 6 E'.di 89'
siderable amount of business The Christian Science treatment struction of a' Nursing Home TWO PACKAGES OP FKOZKM PATIOEnchilada
and with whom they had not al. given had caused the bones to be with a minimum of 50 bedcapacities Convention- Dinner IXIANA Collards FRUN FROZEN. .6.E.o'C.'; :: 89- Detergent
(4) A Christian
perfectly set without the use of ; OOD THRU PERUARYI.TNAT
material means." Center with a seating capacityof WINN-DIXIE DIXIANA FnuH FROZEN OKIKN
MONTHIYiPEST' ; Mr. Bowles said that treat- 20,000, with committee rooms, :c Turnips . 6 VIS2: 89{ ARROW
and its own dining facilities -
V ment or prayer in Christian.Sd- .
CONTROL fence starts of with infinite spiritual perfection.understanding What: is' ;so unique about all Squash. . 6 tool PE... 89{ giant box 3 9

"The Christlike understandingof this? It is not owned pr operated

i SERVICE i scientific being and divine .by multi-denominational any denomination.project It is in a '50 Free Top Value Stamps SAVE 20*

healing includes a perfect Prin MORTON FROZEN Chicken Beef Turkey
ants rats mice ciple and idea, perfect God Christian retirement living. A WITH THIS COUPON AND
silverfish and perfect man, as the'basisof denominationally sponsored retirement ONB FROZEN SOUTHERNChocolate Pot Pies I- 5 8-0s. $1 DETERGENT . Save 30*
caH roaches project may start off by Cake Pie.
: "
m thought and demonstration,
O rkJri he declared, quoting from "Sci welcoming denominations members, but as time of other goes soon TMNU mmiAJtr irm MOTON FROZEN Apple, Cherry, ...... c.c.: ... T Ide GIANT BOX 49;
ence and Health with Key to theScriptures" AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
by on the tendency is to limit oo Fruit Pies 3 Family 51.
Mary Baker 21
for the sake of your horn Eddy. cupany more and more to mem- Sire Limit one with $5,00 order or more.

I' Stressing the practical bers of the sponsoring denomination. -
CALL However, should financial
scientific prayer, he described
arise, the denomination -
847-3489 difficulties
the leaven of Truth as being

help would to its, constituent of necessity,churches.turn for 50 Free Top Value Stamps - 50 Free Top Value Stamps SO Free Top Value Stamps

SPECIAL BARGAINS large a budget as they can ONE !4-OZ. JAM DEEP COUTH ONE .-L Pica. CRACKIN GOOD lie eo ONE 1S-CT. PKa. GILLETTE
s carry. Uncle Sam no longer likes Strawberry Preserves Family roMe S'wiches Sapor Blue Blades
that kind of sponsorship.
1962 Chevy. II, 4-Dr., Auto Trans., R/H. Moreover, do yeu realize that, OOD THRU FEBRUARY ICTH OOD THRU FEBRUARY 1.TN OOO THRU rEBRUARY I.TN
in effect, the sponsoring denomi-
Low Milage, Showroom Clean. nation is asking the governmentto u Ii u I 24

$1949 finance property for a religious -

group? What can Uncle Sam Fresh Tender Young Sore 12* . KLEENEX (Twin Pe.k) 'eperString
.3o when a denomination shirksits

1962 Ford Ranchero, R/H., 8000 Miles. responsibility and reneges on Towels 2 ROW 792 ;
? For this
its financial obligations i Beans .2 9
lbs. ,
$1 695 reason, the government DEEP SOUTHSalad
comes a corporation, composedof
responsible citizens, that will Dressing qt. 39c
u. s. NO. 1 swirr
undertake the care of the agedon
a business-like basis. *e" I* Ee. . THRIFTY' MAID

1956 Chevrolet, 4-Dr., Standard Trans., R/H. The rental is also feature unique.of retirement the The apartments retiring -- Potatoes 5 us 49 Pears 4 RJo.- Cans 21h 1.

$495 couple can try out
living and apartment living for a Seve 6ftf ... . THRIFTY MAIL CS ., WK GeUe*
They may have lived all TASTY GOLD FRESH FLORIDA 1i
V. their lives in a house, and now Corn 3 Ef3
. .
1956 Buick. Special 4-Dr., Hard Top, Auto. R/H. an for one-bedroom the first time, parlor, try ,living kitchen-in Or'ae. Juice 3 QTS $1. Sere Sf Ee. .!DJuice o HeveKen Pineepple

$495 ette arangement, eating their 446z.1

meals in the cafeteria located in ELGIN YELLOW OLIDS . Limit 2 with $2.50 food order or more. .
the very center of this large,,
building. They may 10* MOORE

1954 Ford 4-Dr., 8-CyL, Good Transportation. ,for want evening tb keep snacks their and kitchenette for lightrefreshments : _Margarine; i fSt 24-az.+ 39?

$195 w company
comes. Yes, even maid service
!and: nursing service can be had ..
RIEDEL MOTORS :when needed. -...- -_ ...
Here is another amazing feature -
of Aldersgate. Uncle Sam .

.. says the 300 apartments for .. AXWELL
l !
which he is loaning three million YOUR I CHOICE .
dollars must be strictly nonprofit CHOUSE I
WURK-SAV1NGSTARCH He stipulates that if the $
rentals exceed the maintenance I Coff Coffee
costs over a period of time, the -= Wesson Oil '
lowered. Have
GIVES YOUR IRON rents must
you ever heard of such a thing! MAXWELL

l D JII-G POWER But Aldersgate will gladly com 24-oz. bo*. : : I HOUSE

1 v :.. ply.Next week we shall continue 39, )
SAVE It* 1-lb.
and 28 can
.. with the unique .
leetM heneVrfMn.*.* ..., -- especially -what Aldersgate will Limit 2 with $5.00 .
yravwit*jBnlnt-"wt**I*"**"** refc-mistMt SAVE 161ASTOR
mean to the prosperity of Kiss food order. ..
Starch new life, new brightness have questions, maO Save 26
Z you any SHORTENING Save 16 .'
into clothes with C them to Aldersgate, Kissimmee, /

:TiIi1'.5' i Starchk Florida. Ast Astor49; / Coffee 33

+nHRILRetI .
azI]. .
Limit one with $5.00
__ Limit one with $5.00
Parks Furniture Co. order or more. """"" b order or more. 'Y -

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_6 The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee Florida. Thurs.. Feb. 14. 1963I Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. The United States
Citrus ,Show Set March 9 16"t Given for Art consumes
and Mrs. Conrad Seyfried.Mr. Details I more than half of the world's output
and Mrs. Alfred Armond, of tin. Tin cam, used for
j Kissimmee Motor
I Kentland Indiana; Mr. and Mrs. canning citrus and citrus juice

1'- Roy Huntington, ML Rose, MIch- Craft Flower ShowDetails will I be displayed by three leading

igan; Mrs. William Herman, companies at the Florida Citrus
Court NewsBy New Lothrop Michigan; Jim for the Art Crafts I hobbies please contact Mrs. Exposition March 9-16.

Wright, Tampa and George Pet- and Flower competition at the Frank Wilsey, of the Golden

erson were callers of Mr. and Kissimmee Valley Livestock Age Club in St Cloud. LEGAL NOTICES
IA RAY Asheville North Carolina.
B. ,
Mrs. George Wright during the show have been released for
Thomas Gleason, Boston, Mass- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence; Snyder. the committee division CALL FOR BIDS
week. by
New York Beta Epsilon Group Seated bids win be received! at
Baldwinsville wen
achuetts Mr and Mrs. Horace ,
; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gilbert chairman Mrs J. H. Watsonof the office of the Board of Public
Derry, St. Petersburg; Mrs. Hoffman recent guests of the latter's sis Instruction of Oeceol County at
and Mr. St. Cloud.
Coldwater, Michigan Met Wed.
NightThe Thaefcer aad Ernest Sta., Klwlm-
( and Bert Nelson, Pinellas ter, Mrs. Robert Earley.Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert visited The Flower show which will mee. Florida up to 10:00 A M".
Park and Mrs. Claude Smitl Tuesday March 12. 1963 for fum
were visitors of Mr. and Braden- be to from
open anyone
Tampa St Petersburg Beta Epsilon Chapterof thing materials and labor for
Mrs. C. A. Stevenson Thursday.The called on Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ton and other points of interest Osceola county, will have 6 Beta Sigma Phi met Wed Electricity to be Installed for two
men worked, together on the Jasmagy, Plant City Sunda senior divisions: classroom addition to Klwlmme
over the weekend. nesday evening at the homeof High School Kitttaiinee Florida.All .
New York Central Rail.Road. afternoon. Tom Wells, Cape Canaveral, a t: Class 1-Plaques, Dried Mat Mrs. Lee Graves. bids received will be publicly
Mr. and Mrs: Floyd Faulkner, opened and read aloud Plans and
Mr. and Mrs. Roys DeShazo erials
; Ed
spent the week end with his parents Mmes. Esther specifications + be examined at
children, Denice and Roisy, Waterville New York arrived Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wells N 8f Class 2-Patio arrangement Phay and Clyde Story were the office of they Superinten

Flint, Michigan and Mrs. Grace Thursday to spend the rest ol and family.Mr. using fruits, and or vegetables appointed to serve as a uom-dent Charles Kissimmee.H. Parsons.or at Architect the office 18 of

McAfee, flushing Michigan i the winter in the Court. and Mrs. John Valentine using a minimum of officers. Stewart Avenue. Kissimmee
visited Mr. and Mrs. George Sgt Thomas Duba visited his with Mrs. Edith vegetable material; inating officers. One set of plans and specifications -
spent and forms for bidding may
Wright Monday. Mrs. McAfee remained aunt, Mrs. Mary McPherson Chapin in Mt. Dora. Class 3-Arrangement using Mrs. Raymond Yates reported be secured from the County School

to spend the next two Friday. Sgt. Duba has just re Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis, 4 fresh foliage material and art- that there will be a socialon office by depositing BOARD OF$15.00 PUBLIC

weeks .with her sister Mrs. turned from service on Guam Miami spent the week end with icial flowers; April 10th with details to INSTROSCEOLA .
Wright. and is now stationed at Orlandc Class 4-Arrangement usingall be announced later. : COUNTY.
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. LittelL On
Air Force Base. It J fresh foliage and a mini
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Carter, attended a at By 1P. ,
Sunday they an
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Gilbert evening mum of flowers. Figurine per
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clark, Hills- Lulu
Alumni dinner meeting of the mitted Feb. 14. M. 36, 111I.
boro, New Hampshire were visitors of Coldwater Michigan have > ;
Cornell the San Juan
College at
of Mr. and Mrs. George spent the past ten days with theii Hotel in Orlando.Mr. I Class 5-Arrangement using Circle Met MondayThe IN THE COURT OF THE AUNTY
dried material from seashore JUDGE OSCEOLA,
Gregg during the week. parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gil ;
and Mrs. Paul Carman FLORIDAOTI'E
Class 6-Arrangement using Lulu Overstreet Circle of
Ralph Knowles and WhitneyJ bert.Mr.. and Mrs. Conrad Seyfriedwere Mr. and Mrs. Grouch, Tampa f 4 rs MY v.$ dried material from woods; he First Methodist Church: met MAKE APPLICATION OF IVTRNTIOX FOR TO
o h n s on, Hillsdale, Michiganwere
called on Mr. and Mrs. Ed FINAL DISCHARGE
Junior in the educational with
callers of Mr. and Mrs. awakened by smoke early [ building IN RE: THE ESTATE OF )
Frank Hall Thursday. the morning of Jan. 10. On in- Watts Sunday afternoon.Mrs. 'A at Class Arrangement for refreshments served later in the WILLIAM F. SKINNER. )
Norman Cummings, St. Fathers Desk deceased )
There were seven tables of 500 vestigation they found their trailer ; bungalow. Mrs. Lena Hunt and IN PROBATE
Cloud visited Mr. and Mrs. C 1 Class 2-Dish Garden; Mrs. Bertha Taylor were hose TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
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and two of canasta in play at floor to be burning caused by ni. A :
A. Stevenson Wednesday after- Class 3-Plaques.All .
the card party Friday evening. the over flow pipe to the furnace tesses. Notice is hereby given that I have
noon. arrangements must be Twelve members three flied my final report Executrixof '
stopped and not work associate as ::
Mrs. J. W. Worth heU high score being up the Estate of
PIc. Billy demons returned to in the Agriculture Center 10 WILLIAM F
members and three
The damage ol -Florida Development Commission Photo guests SKINNER deceased
for the ladies and Harlan Hoi- ing properly. ; that I have
comb .for the men. fire, water and smoke will his base at Ft. Bragg, North COME TO THE FAIR! Floril.];''s finest in pulchritude extol a.m., Wednesday, Feb. 20. were present. Guests were Rev. filed that petition I will for final dischargeand
will afforded to the
Competition Honorable
Carolina after the be apply
Mrs. Faye Terlton and daughter amount to several hundred dollars spending past its finest in citrus, previewing the delights in store for visitorsto in three classes of and Mrs. Russell Brown and O P: JOHNSON County:
days with his Mr. cer- Judge of .
twenty parents Osceola
Mrs. Gertrude Tewksbury.Lena County. Florida
of Orlando visited Mrs. Ann but fortunately was coveredby and Mrs. Michael Sereno. the Florida Citrus Exposition March 9'16 at Winter Haven. amics Hobbyish, Professionaland on the 18th day of March 1963 for
Koch Sunday.Mr. insurance.Mrs. Displaying prize-wmning fruit are Pat Cossin of Orlando (left) Juniors. Adult divisionswill Hunt conducted the business approval of same and for final dis,
Mr. and Mrs. Fendexter char
Clyde of the
and Mrs. Art Gulick, Brad- Elizabeth VanPelt Mar- and Theresa. Marsh of Homestead. contestants in last year's be Underglaze, Glaze meeting and devotions were WILLIAM F SKINNER EMatoof deceased
visitors of Mr.
Zephyrhills were Mrs. Ethel Ruic who
given by .
tinsville Ohio was the Friday
enton were Tuesday dinner FloritLi Citnl'011 n f'.ontg China Painting Over Glaze
and Mrs. Sewell Grout Monaay used "The Bread of Life" as her This 11th day of February A D
dinner of Mr. and Mrs. A. (.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William guest Decorations, Decorations or l>63.
Eichorst. M. Collier. morning. Robert Earley were calling on Western Union Has add-ons, Scraffite, Stain, Mos topic. Sara E. Skinner
and Mrs. Joh Dow n, Mrs; Clarence Snyder, Bald- friends in Haines City Sunday. Mrs. Webster Collins, program Executrix of the Estate of
Mrs. Peggy Poulos returned Mr. aics, Sculpture, Wheel Work, William F. Sklnasr.
Sunday from a business trip tc Houghton Lake, Michigan were winwjlle. New York and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Watts, Mr. New LocationMr. Hand Built Misc, Glass Bend chairman presented Rev. Brown THACKER deceased AND .THACKER
who talked Do We
and Mrs. M. G. Brown, Mr. and ing Stone Ware on Attys. for ExecutrixBox '
I Mrs. Joe
have Junior Divisions Pray?" 527. Kiesi....... Fla.
f Mrs. James. Akenhead ana Joe taken over the Western Union ; of Feb 14 21. 28 Mar. 7. 1M3
I Poskin had Friday dinner together glaze, Glaze, Decorations, Mrs. Tewksbury, president
II II agency and have established an the' general Woman's Society, IN THE COURT OF THE: CULis
I This to honor Mr. Wattson Scraffite Stains, Sculpture, & *
II I office at 11 Darlington, next to talked briefly on various phasesof JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY,
Hand Built, Misc. I FLORIDA
his birthday.Mr. .
FEATURES QUALITYPRICE I and Mrs. Glenn Carter, the Elks Lodge. The telephone Ceramics will be received the organization. She urged NOTICE OK INTKNT1ON: TO
number is 8474838. MAKK APPLICATION FOR
i New Baltimore Ohio called on Wednesday from 1:30 p.m. to i attendances at the Chain of Mis- FIX.UIS'HARGK
6:30: p.m or may be left with sions meetings on Monday, February IN RE: THE ESTATE OF )
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gilbert and
Esther Mrs. Ben Comb of Kissimmeeor 11 and the World Day of deceased
i Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Holcomb Circle To )
GENERAL ELECTRIC i Mrs. Dot Bouvier of St. Prayer services on March 1.Woman's IN PROBATETO
Tuesday. Meet MondayThe Cloud. ALL: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

I Mrs. Watson stated that Notice .Is hereby given that i
DIAL DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR Club Plans have filed my final report as Admx
Ethical Esther Circle of the Unit there would be three med- c.t.a. of the Estate of FRANCISJ.
Fellowship ed Presbyterian Women will iums in the Art show, Oil, Triple Treat Gala KANE deceased, that I have
filed for final discharge.and
Dial-Defrost ,' 11.8 CM* fTV i To Meet SundayThe meet at the home of Mrs. Otto Water Color and Charcoal or that petition I will apply to the Honorable -

Conven nce 1,' W. Reitz. 715 Doris Street, Pastels. Two entries per medium 'I The Kissimmee Woman's Club I O P. Johnson County Judge
STORAGE SPACEMagic of Osceola Count} Florida on the
.I Ethical Fellowship of Kis&- Orange Gardens, Monday, Feb. labeled first and second I Triple Treat Luncheon, Style 18th day of March. A.D. 1963 f pI
choice will be accepted. Card will be herat d approval of same and for final discharge -
: ; 18 at 2 with Mrs. Arthur Show and Party
rwo Egg Shelvu immee will meet at the Orange p.m. as Admx. c.t.a. of the Estate -
IJ Corner Hinges7'MllUon There will be three classes the club house on Oak Street
Gardens Community building James as co-hostess. II of FRANCIS J. KANE. dc
I Amateur, Professional and I Thursday February 21st. ceased.
4 Sun-lay. Feb. 17 at 7:30: p.m. This 9th day ol February 1963
W Juniors. Mrs. Clifford Fertic I Luncheon will be served at Jess Wilder Thackcr:
Butter COmpartment Automatic Dr. George Beauchamp be I Jerry A. JamesTo who is in charge of the Art (112:30. The buffet will feature turkey Admx. CTA of the Estate of

I _Interior Light the speaker, using as his topic Division will receive entries and ham. Members are contributing Thacker Francis and Thacker J. Kane deceased

I "The Liberal Religious Search Serve in East Tue., Feb. 19, from 1:30 p.m. I a wide variety of cakes, Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla.

PJ' tectiy 'Do .. Sf. i 'two'Flex-Grid lee Trays for Truth". I to 6:30: p.m. at the Agriculture I salads and hot vegetables. Attorneys Feb. 14 21 for:28.Admx.Mar. eta 7. 1963A .
All welcome to attend this
Iw are Jerry A. James, gunner's mate Center. I The style show will feature ladies
i! meeting and participate in the first class, USN, son .of Mrs. G. Anyone desiring to exhibit and children's styles. STOVES

[activities of the Ethical Fellow I W. James of 900 Forest St., Kis Pine Needle, Copper Tooling, large ,attendance is expected and l REFRIGERATORS

ship of Kissimmee. simmee, is serving aboard the Weaving, Woodwork, Rug J reservations should be made with, USED

1 , $19995 amphibious assault 'ship USS Weaving or similar crafts orPartin's Mrs. Charles Gaylord at 8474010. FURNITURE

M Motor Court Ladies: Princeton which recently completed -' Donations will be $2.00.
rtfrtfltroforsIn :,: two weeks underway train- Sting RaysTo Sewell-Thurmond
ut ttn ytor 4 With Trade fEntertained in the San Diego Calif., area. 1015 Wt Church ORLANDO

$ or longer ouwrr"" TA212W The Princeton is scheduled to Play-Saturday Wesleyan Guild Met
a I Mrs. E. M. Jones entertained deploy to the Far East early in
: ladies of the' Kissimmee With Katherine AllenThe
the February for a nine-month tour Ed Partin's Sting Rays will Christian

,:1': Motor Court Wednesday after- of duty with the Seventh Fleet. play at the dance at the Youth Wesleyan Service Guild ol:f Society

r noon at the court club house. The Princeton carries helicop- .Center this week. This is a' repeat the First Methodist Church mel t Each W.dnesday 8 p. m.

I She was assisted b:; M. G. Brown. ters and Marine infantrymen. The performance as this group Monday night at the home ol f 309 N. Randolph .

PARKS FURNITURE CO. I Mrs. James Aikenhead and Mrs two are grouped in a radical concept played last Saturday night. Miss Katherine Allen in OrangeGardens. S .4ty Sarekes . . . 11 .

J. W. Wells. of amphibious assault termed "This is probably the first j khad . . . tH L"

j 1 Fifty eight ladies were present vertical envelopment. In it, time a band has returned the Mrs. Robert Eby presided in

', to enjoy an afternoon of fellow the Marines are landed behind next week for a teenage dance the absence of Miss Helen Bass,
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD ship and contests. Refreshmentsof combat lines by helicopter to SAND ROCK
but the way it was received last president. It was decided to hold
847-4171 892.2011 cake and punch were served vide greater shock under MORTAR MIX
power week those it
by present was a L the March meeting on Monday,
I by the hostess. combat must," Art Dyer. youth director March 11, instead of the 4. STEEL & WIRE MESH
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Partin and vocalist Wayne. home of Mrs. Charles Hawk Jr. Ltflf4HitA1'El1Q

Crown were both former OHS on Palmway.

students, giving the combo a I Miss Elsie McPherson gave a
local flavor. Crown does a tie" book review on the very interesting -

mendous job on the vocals and I study of "The Rim of Asia".

Partin doubles on organ and

\ i I I guitar. Three other lads complete Dr. and :Mrs. C. F. Littell and I KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX

z the combo. their guests Mr and Mrs. Paul 1 I
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NOTICE OF SUIT will be entered against )'0\1. This I Osceola County. In Chancery and 9.lion.
TO: HENRY W. HAWKINS andIf notice will be published four consecutive the title of the case Is as abo\c DEFENDANTS
NOTICEWOOD FOR RENTHOUSE REALTORAMA married. HAWKINS his times. weekly In The KIs- captioned. The real estate Involved FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGENOTICE
I wife. and F. H. HUGHES and If simmee Gazette. on th following Is the following. located in Oaceola OF SUIT-
married.HUGHES., his wife. dates: February 7. 14. 21 and 28. County. Florida. \'!zLOT TO. ROMANIAL. INC.. a Florida
if alive and If dead the unknown 1963. Corporation, Address Unknown.:
TREATING PLANT will I heirs. devisees legatees grantees, (Circuit Court Seal) TWENTY NINE (29) Kissimmee YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDhat
trot be responsible for any bills! FOR RENT bedroom EARN AN INCOME creditors trustees or assigns under /GLENN RAY Highlands Fourth Addition - a suit has been brought
unfurnished lakefront house. any of the above specifically Identified Clerk Circuit Court according to the Official gainst you. the nature of which *"
other .than Charles B. or Mary, Defendants; and all unknown Osceola County. Florida Plat thereof as filed and recorded to foreclose a mortgage on the
E. Gonyo, administrator. ,. Den and screened porch. Located Under Your Own Roof. parties having or claiming to have hilllp R. Kelley among the Public Records of Os hereinafter described real property.The .
on Neptune Road on Fish any right. title or Interest In ando P.O. Box 331 ceola County. Florida. name of the Court in which
BUY the most rentable the following described property (12 E. Monument Avenue) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED he suit has been Instituted Is the
Lake. W. Dettmer, 8473835. situated In Osceola County Florida. Kissimmee. Florida FURTHER that you are requiredto Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial
I file to the Com Circuit of Florida In and for
I t -wlt: Attorney for Plaintiff your answer
ARTICLESFOR I FOR RE.'IT' -COttage. furnished, 5 Unit Furnished j Lots 10 and 11. Block 227. TOWNOF Feb. 7, 14 21. 23 1963 I'lalnfiled In this mortgage foreclosure Osceola! County. In Chaneery and
ST. CLOUD. FLORIDA. according proceedings with the Clerkot the title of the case U a* aboxv
2 bedroom, screened porch reasonable to the Plat of said Townof IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S the Circuit Court for Osceola captioned. The real estate Involved
SALE i rent. One mile from Apartment House In St. Cloud. Florida. as flied In COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. County. at Kissimmee. Florida. and Is the following. located in Oaceola
the office of the Clerk of the CIrcuit FLORIDA.IN to serve a copy of same upon County. Florida. vis.:
Post Office. Phone 847-3527. Downtown Kissimmee. Court of Osceola County, REA Plaintiffs Attorney. Phillip R. Kel-
Florida on the 31st day of Au- MBROGRS. Deceased. ley. Post Office Box 331. (12 East LOT TWENTY SEVEN. Klsaim-
BARGAIN BARNC.mb. FOR RENT: -room house. 110 gust. A. D. 1909. and recorded NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I Monument Avenue) Klscimmee. Florida mee Highlands. Fourth Addition.
Ie; Zipper 3.; ToothBrush among the Public Records of the MAKE APPLICATION FOR not later than the 12 day ofMarch. according to the Plat thereof as
,. 7e; Ear Bob Se; Shoe Beaumont, $60 month Call Or- said Osceola County. Florida In FINAL DISCHARGE I 1963. or decree pro confesso filed and recorded among the
lie; S.rkk 1ge; Pillow 79e; lando 8552987. W. B. Home. A sound investment. Plat Book "B." on pages 33 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN will be entered against you. This Public Records of Oaceola County.
Shirt* si; Pant $1; Dreliu! and 34.TAKE. : I notice will be published four con Florida
$1.50; Rug 35c; Nylons 39c; A desirable place to live. NOTICE that a suit has NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN secuthe times. weekly In The Khv YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
FOR trailers.
I RENT Lots for
hankies 5e: Panties 15e; Belt : been filed against you In the Circuit That Albert P. Rogers has filed his I simmee Gazette on th following FURTHER that you are required
15c; Cap 15*: Spreads $2.50; Rainbow Mobile Homes and A property that will pay for itself. fiotl the Ninth Judicial final report as Executor of the Estate I dates February 7. 14, 21 and m. tii file your answer to the Complaint -
Hair Nets 4e; T... blrtl S9e; I State of Florida. In of Emma B. Rogers. deceased; 1963. filed In this mortgage foreclosure
Nearly Kvrrybody Trade at The I i Trailer Park. Michigan Ave., Easy to finance. ; and for Osceola County. wherein that he has filed petition for final I (Circuit Court Seal) proceedings with the Clerk
Bargain Barn. Come to Sibert % mile off Vine St. past Bowl GEORGE B. WOLFE and ALMEDA discharge. and that he will applyto I /GLENN RAY ot the Circuit Court for Osceola
Mill Warehouse- Davenport. Alley. I J. WOLFE, his wife, are the plain- the Honorable O. P. Johnson, | Cleric CreaK ceortOscrolo County. at Kissimmee. Florida. and
Immediately. Follow the signs ing 320 HUGHEY Call for appointment to I tiffs. and HENRY W. HAWKINS County Judge of Osceola County. ]! County. FlocMU to' verve a copy of same upon
BARGAIN BARN. see et al. are the defendants, the same Florida. on the 11th day of March. Phillip R. Kelley Plaintiffs Attorney.' Phillip R Kel-
Open Week l>.),. And >nnday* FOR RENT: Apartments and being Chancery No. 6438. The nature 1963. for approval of same and for P.O. Box 331 k). Post Office Box 331. (12 East
houses week month. Cot- property.FLORIDA of this suit Is a suit to quiet final discharge as Executor of the (12 E. Monument Avenue) Monument Avenue) Klsslmmeo. Florida -
by or title on the above described real Estate of Emma B. Rogers. de Kissimmee. Florida not later than the 12 day of
FOR SALE: Folding bed, new ton's Apartments, North Orange estate. ceased. Attorney for PlaintiffFeb. March. 1963. or decree pro confess

mattress, $30. Amana refrigerator Blossom Trail. EACH OF YOU IS REQUIRED to This 5th day of February 1963. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 will be entered against you. This
file your answer and written de- ALBERT P. ROGERS notice will be published four consecutive -
and deep freezer combination tnses to the Complaint with the Executor of the Estate of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR' times weekly In The Kissimmee -
t used Electric APARTMENTS FOR RENT: $9, REALTYCOUNSELORS Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os Emma B. Rogers. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Gazette on th follow'in c
slightly $200. week. Mrs. Paul ceola County Florida in this proceeding deceased. FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS dates: February 7. 14. 21 and 28.
511 $12
stove, 4 burners. good con per and to serve a copy thereof Murray \V. Overstreet. Jr. CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN 19C3.
dition $65. 8474305. Davis, 114 Emmett Street. upon the plaintiffs' attorneys. Attorney for Executor CHANCERY NO. VOJ (Circuit Court Seal
INC. whose names and addresses are Box 492Kissimmee. /GLENN RAY
Kitchenettes and trailer hereinafter set forth as requiredby Florida FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Clerk Circuit Court
: rooms ,
Due to ill health we desire to sell law. not later than the 1st day Feb. 7. 14. 21 28. 1963. LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE Oaceola County. Florldj
apartments with lake and shuf of March 1963.WITNESS OLA COUNTY. a Corporation organized Phillip R. Kelley
business reasonable
out at
our a 2
fleboard. By -week; month or Broadway Kissimmee my hand and the official IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE and existing under the laws P.O Box 331
price. Morris NewsStand, Telephone -! 847-3156 seal of said Court In Kissim- NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of the United States of America. <12 E. Monument AVWMM)
847 7274 or 847.2275.I I year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud I 847-3157 mee Osceola County Florida. this FLORIDA. IN, AND FOR OSCEO.! PLAINTIFF.vs. Kissimmee. Florida
Hwy. 44LSERVICES W. cooperate with all Registered Real Estate Brokers 25th day of January, A. D.'1963. LA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. Attorney for Plaintiff
I II (CIRCUIT COURT DIVORCE ROMANIAL. INC. a Florida Cor- Feb 7, 14. 21. 28. lID
litre's no charge for use of Car- I SEAL) MARIE BURDITT. Plaintiff vs. poratldh: OSCEOLA CEMENT

pet Shampooer with purchaseof I tratrix of the Estate of GLENN RAY AMES A. BURDITT. JR., Defen- FRODUCTS. INC ; PANNING LUMBER Walter N. Bohannon and wife to
I WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE TO Joseph F. Dwyer, deceased. Clerk of the Circuit Court AND SUPPLY CO. and KIS Sarah K. Satterfleld. Klwlmmee.
Blue Lustre Carpet Shampoo. OFFERED call regularly each month I Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. By /Ellanore O. Jowers dant.NOTICE OF SUIT SIMMEE TRANSIT MIX CO each 10000.
Parks Furniture Co. on Attorney for AdministratrixP. D. C. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I a Florida Corporation: L. P G. Eda L. Shaud. to James G Pago
established Studio Girl Cosmetics O. Box 492 ROWLAND AND PETRUSKA JAMES A. BURDITT. Jr., Berlin, EQUIPMENT COMPANY. INC.. a Medfleld. Mass lose and affection
clients in and around Kis Kissimmee. Florida 33 East Robinson Avenue Connecticut: Florida Corporation and LAW Ellen M. Collier: and husband to
FOR SALE: Duo Therm stove, MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED Jan 24. 31, Feb. 7, 14, 1963 Orlando. FloridaALEXANDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that YERS' TITLE SERVICES. INC. ;Ellen Woodmansee and husband St
kitchen table, large chair WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo simmee, making necessary. de- D. HALL JR. Plaintiff has instituted suit for divorce Kissimmee.. Florida a Florida Cor- I Cloud. $1.500
P. O. Box 596St. in the above I-
Pleasant Hill Road. Box 346. liveries, etc. 3 or 4 hours per IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT against you ''iii
Cloud Florida and are herebY'summoned
experience necessary, grammar IN AND FOR OSCEOLA styled Court you
Harvey Seymour. school education day .Route will pay up to $5.00 COUNTY. STATE OF FLORIDAIN Attorneys for Plaintiffs ordered and required to Radio SAU5-SHVICE
usually and
,I per hour. Write STUDIO GIRL an. 31. Feb. 7, 14. 21, 1963. file your written answer or defenses -
sufficient. Train now at home RE: ESTATE OF to the Complaint filed In the ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
FOR SALE: AKC Weimeraners. for details COSMETICS: Dept. 75932, Glen- IDA MAY CLARK. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY bove styled cause In the office of
with For
Inqui'f for directions at Mary jobs Security. dale CaUtREAL deceased. JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. the Clerk of the Circuit Court for COMPUTE HOW WNtSMNCS

Guinan Salon send name, address, NOTICE TO CREDITORS; FLORIDAIN the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida T V
Beauty Camp.
to National Train- TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. .in and for Osceola County. at FURNITURE CO
phone no. :
bell Station. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER. RE THE ESTATE OF ) his office In' the Courthouse In Kls- ARKS
ing Service, Box 931, Kissim I SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS HOMER J. PERKINS. ) Immee. Florida, on or before the kisikss.. it. a..A

SPINET PIANOS:We have in this mee Fla. ESTATEFOR AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Deceased. ) 8th day of March. A.D. 1963. and I
YOU and each of you are hereby NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo te serve= a copy thereof on Plain- t-
vicinity two spinet pianos which notiCed! and required to present all Creditors, Legatees. Dls- Iff's attorney whose name and ad- I
be sold any claims! which you. or either of rlbutees. and all Persons having dress are set out below. Should you
at once. They can SALE: One lot. Ernest ou. may have against the estate of Claims or Demands agafnst said ail to do so. Decree Pro Confessowill i NORRIS CLEANERS

be purchased by making small WANTEDSLEEPING Street 64 126. dose Ida May Clark. deceased. late of Estate: be entered against you. Witness -
deposit and small x to Junior Eaton County. State of You and each of you are hereby my hand as Clerk of said I
over High school. One lot at Mag- the County Judge of Osceola notified and required to present Court and the seal of said Court at
monthly payments. Inquire nolia and Park. 70 136. County at his office In the Courthouse any claims which you. or eitherof Kissimmee. O>ceola County, florida I KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
Music Co. 29 Colonial x Reasonable at Kissimmee. Florida withIn you may have against the estate this 4th day of February, 963.
Thompson ROOMS NEEDED: prices. Inquire 716 Cath-- six months from the date of the of f/c Perkins deceased, i CT CT. SEAL) 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
Plaza Mall, Orlando Phone Many people, single and cou- erine after 5. first publication of this Notice. ate of Florida, to GLENN RAY :
Ga 5-4577. Each claim or demand must be inwriting the County Judge of said Countyat Clerk Circuit Court I
ples, are coming to Kissimmee and must state the placeof his office In the Court Houseat Osceola County. FloridaBy
for the "Aldersgate Campmeet- FOR SALE: 4 bedroom masonry residence of the claimant and Kissimmee. Florida, within six Ellanore O. Jowers
FOR SALE Motorola TV 10" calendar months from the date of Clerk
must be sworn to by the claimant. Deputy
bench I UwJ.Bo Uwn ing" February 28th through homet large living room, double I'Is agent or attorney or the same the first publication of this Notice Murray W. Overstreet, Jr'
s $? mower :t 1 March 10th.: Meals not neces I carport, 6 acres citrus land. II will become void according to law. Each claim tor demand must be In Attorney for Plaintiff
assorted yard ,tools. Edward Ideal ustrhome Dated this January 23. 1963. writing and must state the place of Po?O. Box 492 .-, ,
James 847-4601. I sary. Call 847-4747 describingroom c or trailer s/ Arthur D. Clark residence of the claimant and must Kissimmee, Florida ) "- ROTHROGKSEPTIC
and suggesting rent. park. St. Cloud area. Reason- Ancillary Executor of the be sworn to by the claimant, his Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1963.
estate of gent or attorney. or the same willbecome -
FOR SALE: Furnished house, able. V\ down and terms. Write: Ida May Clark deceased. void according to law. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR

two bedroom E. R. Collins, 1705 Raa Ave., Phillip R. Kelley This the 25 day of January.: 1963. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF
carport, newly ESTABLISHED TERRITORYNOW Tel. 385-4860 Post office Box 331 sAnna W. PerkinsAs FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS- TANK CO
Tallahassee Fla.
painted inside and out. 522 Kissimmee. Florida Administratrix of the CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
for Ancillary Estate of CHANCERY NO. 6398
Royal St. 847-3416. open near your home. Cus- LOTS $10 Down $7 month, $595 Executor Homer J. Perkins.

tomers waiting for Avon serv- and Homes trailer. Jan. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963 deceased.Phillip FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. up. or R. Kelley LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE
ice. Write Avon Manager, P.O. TROPICAL PARK on Highway NOTICE TO CREDITORS 12 E. Monument Ave.P. OLA COUNTY. a Corporation or- Culvert Tile for Driveways
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John'sAir Box 2005 Fort Pierce. Fla. In the Court of the County Judge ( O. Box 331) ganized and existing under the laws
Conditioning and Heating 441 in North Kissimmee. OstroU County. :Florid ilsslmmee, Florida of the United States of America Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) Attorney for AdministratrixJan. PLAINTIFF.vs. .
Headquarters. FOR SALE: 2 choice lots in Os- MARION H. JOHNS ) 31. Feb. 7, 14. 21. 1963. Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
Ex-Marine experienced in guard Deceased. )
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- ceola Memory Gardens. Inquire To all Creditors Legatees. Distributees IN THE COuRT OF THE COUNTY PALMLAND ENTERPRISE CORP..
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. duty desires job as watchman 511 Brack StLEGAL and all Persons having JUDGE. OACEOLA COUNTY. a Florida Corporation and THE I
or guard. Can furnish refer- Clafms or Demands against said FI.ORTDA ATLANTIC REFINING COMPANY, 15 Years ExperienceK.
OSCElOLA OIL CO. 1110 Estate: NOTICE TO CREDITORS a Corporation.
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. I ences. 'Phone 847-2321. NOTICESCALL You and each of you are hereby TN RE THE ESTATE OF ). DEFENDANTS C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
to present any
FOR BI )S claims which you or either of you. Deceased.? > NOTICE OF SUIT I
Sealed bids will be received at may have against the estate of MarIon To all Creditors. Legatees. Dis- TO: PALMLAND ENTERPRISE
the office of the Board of Public H. Johns deceased. late of Osceola ributees and all Persons having CORP. : Address Unknown: A Florida

FEBRUARY IS HOUSEHOLDER'SCLASSIFIED Instruction of_Osceola County_ at County._. __Florida,.. "_.., the.. ..County ,..... .,..t_ Claims or Demands against said CorporationYOU
Thacker and Ernest Sts., Kissimmee. judge Estate: Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
Florida. up to 10:00 A.M., flee In the Court House at Kissim You and each of you are hereby that a suit has been brought
Tuesday. March 5 1963. for furnishing mee. Florida. within six calendar notified and required to present against you. the nature of which Is I|
MONTH! I materials and labor for months from the date of the first any claim which you. or either of to: foreclose a mortgage on the ,
Plumbing to be installed for two publication of this Notice. Each you. may have against: the estateof hereinafter described real property. I'
classroom addition to Kissimmee claim or demand must be In writing HERMAN CARL WICK deceased The name of the Court In which i PHONE: 847-3524
High School. Kissimmee. Florida.All and must state the place of residence late of Osceola County. Flo- the suit has been Instituted Is the
bids received will be publicly of the claimant and must be rida. to the County Judge of said Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial -
the 'month of will 'pened and read aloud. Plans and sworn to by the claimant his County at his office In the CourtHouse Circuit of Florida in and for
During February we run specifications may be examined at agent or attorney. or the same will. at Kissimmee. Florida. withIn Osceola County. in Chancery.. and
the office of the School Superintendent. become void according to law. six calendar months from the the title of the case Is as above I
non-commercial classified ads for the
special This the 30th day of Januarys captloned. The real estate Involved I
Kissimmee. or at the office of date of the first publication of this STEEL SALESANY
low Charles H. Parsons. Architect. IS 1963. Notice. Each claim or demand must is the following located In Osceola
low price of 45c for 15 words and 3c for
Stewart: Avenue. Kissimmee. / / CARL. A. JOHNS be In writing and must state the County, Florida. viz:
: One set of plans and specifications Administrator of the Estateof place of residence of the claimant
each additional word. For
example; and forms|/ bidding maybe Marlon H. Johns and must be sworn to by the claim LOT TWENTY-SIX (26) of KtS- DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT

:, secured from l.Si County School deceased. ant. his agent or attorney, or the SIMMEE HIGHLANDS SECOND
cWce by depositimASlS.OO. Brinson and McWhirter same will become void accordingto ADDITION. Osceola County. Florida. Priced
at Law according to the Official Competitively
... ... ....... .... BOARD oje PUBLIC Attorneys law. I
I ,. Is teN -Pu4.s4 rIfhLc INSTRUCTION.OSCEOLA Kissimmee Florida This the 22nd day of January. Plat dated the 17th day of March.

-..._s*2*Stwart$*,.!. COUNTY. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963. 1963. .. A.D. 1959. and filed and recorded
FLORIDABy WILLIAM WICKAdministrator among the Public Records of Os- TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
W. B. Stephens. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S of the ceola County. Florida. on the 14th

For only 45c. Get ready for Spring cleaningby Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963. FLORIDA.IN CARL WICK. Book One (1). on Page 380.
moving unneeded merchandise through theGaze"e' is iHiT COUNTY JUDGES LOYAL A. JACKSON. Deceased. Thacker and Thacker :FURTHER that you are requiredto __

COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY NOTICE OF INTENTION TO' Attorneys for Administrator file your answer to the Complaint CMUt& .... W.Wai Ship Al WW* '-rut..*.
classified ad section . Remember, FLORIDA. MAKE APPLICATION FOB "FINAL 3ox( 527. Kissimmee. Florida filed In this mortgage foreclosure
DISCHARGETO Feb. proceedings! with the Clerk
Jan. 24. 31. 7. 14. 1963.
February is bargain month. Take advantageof IN RE: ESTATE OF ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- of the Circuit Court for Osceola Old Orlando Hwy. near livestock Mark**.
JOSEPH F. DWYER. Deceased. CERN: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR County. at Kissimmee. Florida. and
It today. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF to serve a ropy: of same upon Rt. 1, Bo* 25>-A Ki* lmm..
ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. Geraldine C. M. Budd has filed her FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS Plaintiffs Attorney. Phillip R. Kelley. -I
DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- final report as ancillary adminis CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN Post Office Box 331. (12 East '
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS tratrix of the Estate of Loyal A. CHANCERY. NO. 6426 Monument Avenue) Kissimmee. Florida
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Jackson, deceased that she has not later than the 12 day of LOU YOUNG WELDING
You and each of you are hereby filed petition for final discharge. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND March. 1963. or decree pro confessowill : ,
notified and required to present any and that she will apply to the Honorable LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE be entered against you. This
claims which I you or either of you O. P. Johnson. County Judgeof OLA COUNTY. a Corporation organized notice will be published four con- I PHONE 847-3898
may have against the estate of Joseph Osceola County. Florida on the and existing under the laws secutive times. weekly In The Kis
F. Dwyer. deceased, late of 4th day of March. 1963, for approval of the United States of America. simmee Gazette. on th following i
Osceola County. Florida. to the of same and for final discharge PLAINTIFF. dates: February 7. 14. 21 and 28. 1 I

IN County Judge of said county at his as ancillary administratrix "-s. 1963. ,
office In the Courthouse at KIsslmm of the estate of Loyal A. Jackson. ROMANIAL. INC.. a Florida Corporation (Circuit Court Seal)
within six calendar deceased. OSCEOLA CEMENT IsGLENN RAY
Florida ;
This 21st day of January. 1963. Clerk Circuit Court : OSCEOLA TIRE
months from the date of the first PRODUCTS: INC.: PANNING LUMBER !
publication of this notice. Each GERALDINE C. M. BUDD AND SUPPLY CO. and KIS- Osceola County. Florida
1963) I claim or demand must be in writ I Ancillary.Administratrix SIMMEE TRANSIT MIX CO. eacha Phillip R. Kelley >
ing and must state the place of of the Estate of Florida Corporation; L. P. C. P.O. Box 331
I residence of the claimant and must I Loyal A. Jackson EQUIPMENT COMPANY. INC.. a (12 E. Monument Avenue)
be sworn to by the claimant. his deceased. Florida Corporation. and LAW-- Kissimmee. Florida Custom
,. I agent or attorney or the same will I Murray W. Overstreet Jr. YERS' TITLE SERVICES INC.. Attorney for Plaintiff Recapping W
become void according to law. I Attorney for Ancillary Kissimmee. Florida, a Florida Corporation Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963
This the 15th day of January. Administratrix 223 S. BERMUDA
Mary E. Gonyo. AdmlnU-! i Jan. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 28. 1963. NOTICE OF SUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS-

t Corporation.' : Address Unknown:-- CHANCERY, NO. 6428 T.,

Associate DistributorCollectorNo that a suit has been brought FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
(V against you. the nature of which is LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE N1 1t BE '
Corporation or-
to foreclose a mortgage on the
Selling. Spare Time To Start hereinafter described real property. ganized and existing under the laws
The name of the Court In which of the United SU-tes of America. t LiLW1 ECONOMIZE

Will continue'to provide the key to the best and Opportunity to own a local wholesale business of Circuit the suit Court has been for Instituted the Ninth is Judrial the- PLAINTIFF.nOMAMAL. '.L .

1 most mplete lines of insurance that are avail- your own. Business completely set up for you. No Circuit of Florida In and for INC.. a Florida CEMENTPRODUCTS. Corporation -

market bar experience needed. Male or female. No limit Osceola County in Chancery and ; OSCEOLA LUM- ; Extra QttaHty Bteeto
the mind
able on none. Keep us in age the title of the case Is as above INC : PANNING

we're easy to find. if in good health. captioned.the following The real located estate In InvolvedIs Osceola SIMMEE BER AND TRANSIT SUPPLY MIX CO. CO.and. KIS each AtNeEziraCeetI.

viz Florida Corporation: L. P. G.
County. Florida : a
I Fourth Florida Corporation. and LAWYERS' .
LUPFER'SInsurance Highlands Addition INC.. Ph. 847-4021
according to the Official Plat TITLE SERVICES.
will deliver and collect from local retail stores. thereof as filed and recorded Kissimmee Florida, a Florida Corporation -

Must have auto, references and a min. $1001.47 to among the Public Records of Osreola DEFENDANTS
County. Florida. Member of Osceola County Builders ASOCiatI.II
$2,002.94. Investment secured by inventory. Write YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGE.

Agency for personal interview giving name, address, phoneno. FURTHER file your that answer you to are the requiredto Complaint TO: ROMANIAL.NOTICE' OF INC.SUIT. a Florida

filed In this mortgage fore CMPQratlon. Address UnknoWn:
past closure proceedings with the Clerk YOU ARE HEREBY
of the Circuit Court for Osceola that a suit has been brought
1918 --1963 County. at Kissimmee. Florida, and against you. the nature of wnien Is
to serve a copy of same upon to foreclose a mortgage on the PRODUCTS INC.
Phillip R. Kel hereinafter described real P P :
Plaintiffs Attorney. :
Marco Blvd. Suite 14
t 12 Broadway-Next To The Be 847-4121 ley. Post Office Box 331. (12 East The name of the Court whichthe
Jacksonville 7 Florida Monument Avenue) Kissimmee. Florida suit has been instituted Is the KW3IMMBBThe
Judicial ROAD -
the Ninth
not later than the 12 day of Circuit Court for
March. 1963. or decree pro confesso Circuit of Florida in and for


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W. O. Taylor's Commercial. Refrigeration. )?,;?t. 1.' '::., ., .. Benson's Used Cars '
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