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The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title:
Kissimmee Gazette
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News & gazette
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Kissimmee, Fla.
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Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
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Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
-Oct. 11, 1984.
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Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).

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: {- E hJD. Entered as Second Oats Matter Established 1894 PRICE TEN
:. ... Klssiinniee. Osceola County. Florida ___ _

s w 5/ lissioners Set [Alert Businessman

1963-64 Road ProgramCounty I Leads To ArrestAn t. }

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,! commissioners have de- project. alert merchant's calling check is cashed at the store.

tided on what they want in the SECONDARY- the police here late Friday When it was discovered that

1963 64 road program.At (1) Hwy. 530, from Thacker to caused the arrest of a man who, Bitter's car had no tag on it,

a meeting recently the commissioners Interstate Hwy. 4. according to Police Chief Bob the police were called

r : ; decided the improve- (2) Missouri Ave., St. Cloud. Best, has admitted the passing DeL Lt. Don Adams, who questioned -i

ment and four.laning of Hwy. 441 (3) Mabbette St., Kissimmee, of some 300 worthless checks in Bitters said the arrestedman

EFFORTS REWARDED-Chaplain J. Earl Andrew of from the Atlantic Coast Line from Church to Bermuda. Florida. said he'was a parole viola-

the 39th Signal Bn, is shown presenting the Bible to racks in Kissimmee to the intersection (4)) Canoe Creek Rd., an. additional The man, who identified him- tor from California where he had

Capt. Donald Jordan, commanding officer of the 57th with the Nova Rd. is the five miles. 'self as James E. Anton when he served time in the state penitentiary -r l

Trans. Co. at the official opening of the 57th's new chapel most important primary project. ((5) Seventeenth St., St. Cloud. made a purchase at Evans Hard- three \imes for bad

at Tan Son Nhut, South Vietnam, which Capt. Jordanwas The commissioners also decided ware Store, later said his real checks.

responsible for building. Shown with them are left' the most important secondary New Books AddedTo name is David Anthony Bitters, Bitters, according to Adams

to right, Lt. Col. Robert L. Hoffman, Chaplain, Andrews, cad project is completion of Best said. took the car in St. Petersburg
530 (Vine St.) from Thack- Best said the car Bitters was
Capt. Jordan, Brig. Gen Joseph W. Stilwell Jr., and Iwy. Library ShelvesThe traveled through Sarasota, Na-
er Ave. to Interstate Hwy 4. Theyare driving when he was arrested in
Maj. Darwin Beauchamp. Capt. Jordan's wife and chil- ples, then to Miami and up to
also asking that the State following new books have downtown Kissimmee was stolen(
dren and live Jacksonville cashing checks in
parents in Kissimmee. Road handle the improve- from St. Petersburg used car lot
Dept. been added at the Hart Memorial -
town Pam
4 to in arrest every except West AT COUNTY EXHIBIT-County Agent Jim Smith cen-
ment of Hwy. 530 from Hwy Library according to Mrs. early February. The
road was made by Ptknn. Marshall Beach; then he headed to' De- ter and commissioners Tom Bumby and Harris Daniel
Lake Wilson as a Mary Hansell, librarian.
Unit Builds Land Inverness, Orlando, and show of the
Army project. Complete Poems of Robert Crouse. finally Kissimmee.In some produce displayed in the Osceola County -

Here, in brief, are the road projects Frost Robert Frost; Out of My Bitters, using the name of Anton exhibit at the Central Florida Fair at Orlando last

and the priority assigned to Life and Thought Albert Sch- had earlier passed a checkat the car An MG sports week. All were present at the Governor's luncheon on

Chapel In VietnamThe each: weitzer; Seven Days in May F. KiSsimmee Hardware Store, coupe-were paint, putty, garden opening day and at their beautiful booth in the exhibit
'Best said. supplies and other hardware
PRIMARY- tion building.Credit.
Knebel & c. W. Bailey; The
441 from ,When Bitters made small items. Adams'said Bitters had
(1) Resurface Hwy. i a
Time Before This, Nichlos Mon-
Kissimmee to :purchase at Evans Hardware he no clothing except that which he
first U.S. Army Chapel it railroad track in ,
will seat over a hundred men; sarrat; Voyage to Santa Fe,
the Saigon i'an: Son Nhut inl serves all faiths. Ashton and four-lane Hwy. 441 Janice Holt Giles; Final Verdict, .gave a small check. Bob Evans, wore. He explained this by say- Association

was officially dedicated last Captain Jordan whose wife and from railroad track to intersec- Adela Rogers St. Johns; Mad- owner of the store said it is customary ing Bitters would buy new cloth-
at the tion with Nova Rd. to watdh a customer ing whenever he needed a
month in a ceremony four children reside in Kissim- ame Castel's Logger Frances
St. from leave and take down the license change. He would throw the old
of the 57th Trans- (2) Survey Emmett
Headquarters mee, is the son and stepson of Parkinson Kejes; I Take This Set New Record"The
Broadway in Kis- number If, it is the first time a clothing away, Adams said.
portation Company. According to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bennett also Bermuda to Land, Richard Powell; The Doc i I

Captain Donald R. Jordan, exec- of Kissimmee. simmee. tor's Strange Secret Elizabeth I
utive officer of the 57th and project Captain Jordan is a helicopter i (3) Extend Hwy. 530 from Interstate Seifert. Five Qualify For I Central Florida Produ dividend on Class A stock, and
4 to Lake Wilsonas tion Credit Association reached in refundsare
officer for the construction pilot :and; has flown many hoursof Hwy. Eternal Fire Calder Willing- 32688.95 patronage
"the men who gave their time combat missions in Viet Namto a primary road. ham; Grandmother and the an all dime high in credit serviceto being paid tj members for

when they were not risking their help suppress the communist. (4) Resurface Hwy. 92, southof Priests Taylor Caldwell; Devil's Commission agriculture by extending.- the year 1962 thus reducing the
lives in support missions and Present at the dedication event Kissimmee to point where resurfacing Harvest Frank G. Slaughter: City PostsCommr. 412,310 ki short-and intermediate actual cost of t tns credit service
skills stopped in the last -term credit to 151 farmers The reund represent
their money; when special wrre Brig. Gen. Joseph W. Still- was ,The ,Moon Flower Vine Jetta
were required are to be- commended well Commander U.S. Army Sup- : Carleton; The Man Who Played Deadline for qualifying' for the George Reynolds in tie association's territory ed a return to ni tubers of 15.6

," port Group Vietnam; Maj. Darwin Dr.R.V.DeLongToSpeak I God, Robert St. John;, The Sur March 26 city election was at 4 qualified to seek re-election. He during the calendar year 19<2." per cent of interest earned on
named the "Chapel Jordan and five have the Rev. Richard J. P. Payne, general managerof loans.
The chapel i D. Beauchamp. Captain W. C. Heinz; Wyoming p.m. Tuesday is opposed by
of Inner Strength" was built en- I is shown receiving the Alter To MethodistsDr. Summer, Mary O'Hara; The I qualified to run for the three Fullerton. ( the association reported this Payne said the POA has extended -

tirely through the efforts and Bible from Chaplain (Capt.) J. Glass Blowers Daphne DuMaurier vacancies.Ed Caroll Starling who seeks the week. $60.551,280 in credit serv-

funds of the men of the 57th and Earl Andrews. the .Directors Russell V.of DeLong Aldersgate, one of in ; Gamit, Rex Stout; Night of Neid, a former mayor, seat now held by Bovis, is remained ,Tee association is a farmer- and ice since has its organization$348.495 in" memberowned in 1933-

qualified to oppose Adrian Bovis unopposed as of late owned and operated credit cooperative now
& Richard
Kissimmee will be the ..speakerat Shadows Frances capital and $436.319 in accumulated -
the First Methodist Church Lockridge; Gideon's Ride, J. J. who deciaed to run for election :yesterday afternoon. serving farmers of Or-

Camp Meeting Is this Sunday March 10th at the Marie. I as mayor rather than for reelection William Boyd who had filed ange, &.'ninole, lake Osceola, Officers and earnings.directors of the
commissioner. withdrawn his petition. Brevard and Volusia
as has counties
eleven six Children'sbooks
I service. The Pastor Thirty new association include C. R. donU
been added to the with the principal office locatedat
Reverend John A. Briley have Babe Grissom Makes Orlando. of Oviedo president; John H.
Now UnderwayWhat will be in Jacksonville where he Children's section of the Library. WettsteinCelebrates Talton of A.p.>pka. vice-president.;

will conduct Revival Services at Library Hours are9 a.m. to All-Tourney Team "The association's all-time high C. S. Lee of Oviedo, director;

the Epworth Methodist Church.Dr. 1 p.m. daily; 6 p.m. to 9. p.m. ban volume for the year 1952 Henry O. Partin of Kisaimmee.
will be perhaps the larg- Sunday Mornings (March 3 an'l Friday evenings. Apopka, Leesburg and Bishop included service' to 15 new farm director; Edgar: C. Bass of Or-

est convention ever held within 10)) when all of the Aldergate DeLong is the retired president Moore each placed two men on er-members," according to lando, director; J. P. Payne.

the city limits of Kissimmee visitors will attend the Central of Pasadena College in Revenue CertificateSale Birthday"It's I the Class A. Group 3 All-Tourna- Payne. general manager; Oarice S-
opened Thursday night. It is the Florida church of their choice. California author of more than ment basketball team in Lees- "In keeping with the coop:ra- Chambers. assistant secretary-

AHersgate! Campmeeting, whichis The Sunday afternoon services 30 books world traveler and well Is DelayedThe burg Saturday night. tive principles of the association, treasurer and Ralph R. Ray

the Christian outreach of the will be highlights of the camp- informed lecturer and regular been a pleasure to grow Larry Beasley and Bobby J9.811.60 representing' 4 per
Aldergate Foundation Inc. of meeting. Many of the area speaker on an international radio sale of revenue certifi- old to watch the growth of the Woodham of Apopka Leesburg'sMike _

Kissimmee.Rev. churches will ismiss! their Sundae program over. 500 stations in cates for financing the Nova Florida Telephone Corporation, Huey and Joe McComband

Ralph Sexton Ashville. evening services attend North. America and .70 stations road and the purchase of other along with the rewarding development Bishop Moore's Red Jansen Illusion of. Reality

North Carolina:: preached: j.the I the Aldergate Campm eting in: n, foreigncountries.The highway rights of way Osceola_ of Florida. This was and Gary Preisser were named

.. opening sermon-to thudofwell 'a body. "" 1 evening service at 7:30:County _has been delayed; until_ among the statements made by along with Jim Shuster (Lyman).

over 150 who had assembled Dr. Russell V. DeLong, noted will be conducted by O. D. Whit- April Otto Wettstein 'Jr.*.,founder of Charles Schoene Oak Ridge), f
from seventeen states and Can- author, evangelist administrator tington Jr. who serves the This was the word received by the communication"system, on Ed Grissom (Kissimmee) and Is Theatrical "Must"effects

ada for, this. series of meetings. I and world traveler will church as Director of Youth and County Atty. Murray Overstreet his 88th birthday. Gordie Gibbons- (St. Leo).
preach daily as will Dr. John education. from the Florida Development Wettstein who Chairman Em- Grissom, a senior at Osceola
Crowns of up to one thousand Board of Directorsof A theatrical presentation is I Frequently authentic costumescan
I Logan, President of Vennard Col- Comm. which is hanaling the is eritus of the High School is the son of Mr. |
are anticipated during this, the in Park FTC was at his regular postat and Mrs. Edward Grisom Jr. good or bad as it succeeds-or be found in old tmunks in
lege University Iowa.
second annual Aldergate series, sue.Overstreet said the sale was Wednesday's meeting of Di fails-in creating the illusion of dusty attics. Such was the cave
Both of these will
men preachin
with largest crowds expected for TomorrowIs originally scheduled for March rectors. The meeting was inter- reality. The more the audience when Elizabeth Davis unearthedthe
Kissimmee churches Sunday
the ,Sunday afternoon rallies. morning on 118, but because of the sale of a rupted at 3 p.m. when represent- Elks To Nominate, loses itself in the play taking ideal dress for Catherine
J. Byron Grouse "the southern I other atives from each department and place on the stage, the more they Beauchamp who plays Mrs. Man,
issue from some
Out-of-state visitors to the Kiss- Program huge
from Wilmore Elect OfficersOn "participate" the more the set- If be found
gospel singer" county it was decided to hold from each district of the telephone ningham. they cannot
who have
Kentucky is the'master of cere- area come came to greet ting and the action create a feel they can usually be contrived by
back the Osceola $3,000,000 company
especially for the Aldergate on Tuesday; evening. March ing of reality the more enjoyableit
monies ani singer with Orian DeadlineEarl Mr. Wettstein with a song anda the Guild members working on
meetings have found tpical; offering. 12, Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. becomes and the better theatreit
Osburn. Orlando's own organist the costume committee. Not so
will resultin three layer cake.
Kissimmee hospitality in the This it is hoped
accompanying. Though blind Partin, chairman agricultural favorable interest This came as a total surpriseto 1873 is calling for second nomi- becomes. That is why Barry easy for the men. Not only are
and more
Mr. Osburn has motels hotels restaurants I a nations of officers for the new Mount and Kirk Anders co-direc the different but
stabilization and
infancy. styles
frem conserva- for the county. It is presumed this elderly, but alert friendof many
other business places. Additional rate
mastered the keyboard; instru tion county committee reminds of construction Central Florida. When the lodge year 1963-64. Nominationsare torn of the Footlight Theatre even of the fabrics are unobtain-
ments and will be providing mus rooms have been made availableby local livestock producers that : the issuing Nova Rd. will fun-making subsided he lookedin in order for the positions of Guild's forthcoming production of able. And the making of a suit
indiviaual residents of the contracts for the
ical accompaniment fore the entire Friday. March 8 is the last day but Overstreetsaid for a moment Exalted Ruler. Leading Knight, "Angel Street' 'are giving such calls for more tailoring than is
be delayed
campmeeting.The city.Other church denomi to submit an application. to pur- also he believed the State Road looking back to the early years Royal Knight Lecturing Knight, meticulous attention to the minute usually available. And what trunk
groups Tiler and details that help to create
Secretary Treasurer
chase CCC-owned corn under the contains the hats worn in the
daily services include al n a t ion al, interdenominational, livestock in Dept. might advertise for bids as of the company which was or- 5-year Trustee. reality.
feed 1880s
program now It
9:30: a.m. "People's Meeting"!I world wide, will use the Alder- effect in forty-five designated planned.: ganized in the mid-twenties. The election of officers will There are many ways of creat- The answer fee i in the unique
10:30: a.m. preaching service- gate facilities in years to come then had 4,000 telephones take place on Tuesday evening, ing illusion. Of course good act- and fabulous Eavcc Costume

and 7:30: p.m. preaching anr making this probably the largest Florida counties. APT pared with the nearly 60,000 of March 19, during the regular session ing heads the list. A at Warehouse in New York City. It
The onlj I ;Applications, are now being ac-
evangelistic meeting. Christian convention center in today. And all members are urged early rehearsals and a knowledgeof is well worth a vfrtt.
exception to this schedule is or, the south.I cepted at the ASCS County Office TupperwareAnnouncement Wettstein expressed appreciation !'! to attend this important the experience and abilities of

located at the Kissimmee Valley to his son Max the present the cast of "Angel Street" indi- Miss Gastaldi To
meeting ana to vote for the goodof
Revival Services Agricultural Center. Eligible pro- of the appoint- President and GeneraF Manager the Order.Vivian cates that the acting will be of
ducers may purchase corn at a demonstrated sterling Speak at
has LegionThe
ment of Walter Apt to the sales the best. In some plays sound
I reduced price for maintainingand counselor force at Tupperware leadership during the expanding are vital to creating the American Legion AuxiliaryUnit

preserving their foundation post-war era. He also thanked Beltz Wins right atmosphere, as they were in
MethodistsThe was made by Hamer Wilson, No. 10 wiH have as their
Planned beef cattle
herds of cattle dairy -
By for their
sheep and goats. company. president. Apt assumedhis the many employees Oratorical ContestMiss "The! Diary of Anne Frank. The guest speaker tonight at 7 p.m.
new duties earlier this loyal cooperation. decoration of the set is always Miss Angelica Gastakfa of Argentina

First Methodist Church: Chaplain and saw action in both The reduced price is set at 73 month. 88 years old Wednesday, Feb- Vivian Beltz Osceola important, particularly in a "per who is an exchange student

will 'COnduct a New Life ,Meeting i I Atlantic and Pacific theatres of percent of the price support rate For many years Apt was an ruary 27 Otto Wettstein, Jr., High School senior won the oratorical iod" play like "Angel Street. at OfcceoU High. School.

March 17th through the 22nd war. Rev. Hitchcock was discharged for corn or about 9S&! cents a automobile factory executive who watched the FTC grow from contest Wednesday at the Authentic properties play their Miss Gattaldi will speak following

with the Reverend O. Victor in 1M5 with the rank of busheL Corn may also be purchased i with Ford Motor Company and i a $1.700,000 system to a $30,000.- high school auditorium. She will part. And in the final production the covered alibi supperat

Hitchcock of Melbourne as guest II Lt. Commander. under the program for the Studebaker-Packer Corporation. 000 servant pf the public. I represent Osceola County at the of the Guild to be presented Friday 7 p.m. All members are urged

Minister. There will be two services Among the churches he has their other eligible livestock at Prior to going with Tupperware district contest Thursday night at and Saturday, March 22 and to attend and bring a covered

Sunday the 17th at U ajn. served in Florida are Trinity the price support rate of $1.31 a Apt was with the American the Mount Dora High School. 23, perhaps costuming is para-
Men SentencedTo
and 7:30 p.m. and on Monday\Methodist in Tampa, First Methodist busheL Motors Corporation stationedat Two The public is invited to the mount. dish.The bu i.leas
Friday at 10 ajn. and in Winter Costuming the actresses is usually -
through Garden, BeymerMemorial ,
Livestock producers are eligi- Atlanta. Georgia. Prison Terms contest, which is to be held at meeting will conclude this special
7:30 pjn. j ; in Winter Haven and ble to purchase corn under the Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania i 7:30. There is no admission easier than dressing the men. program.

The ,Rev. Hitchcock is a nativeof is now in his eighth year as program only if they do not have Apt served four years in Circuit Judge Roger A. Barker charge. -

West Virginia coming to Florida Pastor of First Methodist in Mel- sufficient feed on hand for their the U. S. Marine Corps Reservein sentenced two men to prison aId

In 193L He received his BA. bourne.Mr. livestock and are unable to purchase both Worla War II and the withheld judgment on a third in Blood Donor
Charles Day
Degree from Florida Southern in I Selph, well known it through normal trade Korean War. He and his wife court here.
evangelistic singer from Winter channels without undue have six children andI He withheld sentencing of
1938 and a BD. Degree from financial j Terry, Scheduled March 14
University in 1MO. After; Haven will serve as soloist and hardship. have recently purchased a home I George Hicks who pleaded guilty -
serving pastorates at Seffner.and I song leader. All services are Chairman Partin urges inter- I in Conway Estates. i to three counts of forgery until The mobile unit of the. Central 1'- .

Dunedin he entered the Navy as open to the public and a cordial ested livestock producers to contact -i sentence is imposed on cases Florida Blood Bank will be at I"rI

welcome is extended to all. the ASCS: County Office be- pending against Hicks in Orange the Kissimmee Hospital Thursday -

... fore the March 8 deadline' for I I St. Cloud Couple County. March 14 from 3 p.m. to
------- complete information on the eli- Harry Gordon pleaded guiltyto 6 p.m. to obtain replacements

gibility requirements and other Plead GuiltyA grand larceny and was sen- fo the Kissimmee Reserve

R'i details of the program. tenced to a term from six For any a-kiitkmal information

registered nurse and her months to two years. he public may call Ruth Paa- ..

husband, a former police chief, geti. Osceola County Health De-
i r Civil Defense have pleaded guilty to charges partment 847-3771.

brought as a result of a seriesof I,Six Arrested On Ed Grissom Chairman stated I<
: 1 burglaries in St. Cloud. Bad Check ChargeSix that heavy withdrawals have
; Virginia Louis Hancock pleaded been made in the past few -

:.4i Edward J. Smith, Osce- guilty in Circuit Court hereto persons have been arrestedon weeks and urges as many donations ( 'fir .

ola County Civil Defense director j 10 counts of breaking and worthless check charges the as possible.A ,-

stated that: I I entering with intent to commita Sheriffs Dept. reported.
r Dr. James C: Rinaman Civil j I
misdemeanor and four counts They were named as John J.
Defense Medical Director for St. i I of breaking and entering with I Mosler. arrested for Osceola rummage and pie sale will E
Coud has completed. a medical I I I be held Saturday. March 9, on
commit felony. Elma
intent to a County by Orange County; ;
Self-Help First Aid Course at i I' the vacant lot tbove
t I husband pleaded guilty to three 'Brown also reported Bobby] .

Deer Park. counts of receiving stolen goods. Deal, of known as Dolly Morris) Jewelry Store on Broadway by
1 1r There 39 students the Susannah
were completing I
Wesley Circle of
Circuit Judge Roger A. Barker of Eloise; Vera and Joe Criner -
the class. the First Methodist Church. '
ordered pre-sentence investigations of Kissimmee: George W. Lee
An interesting fact about this
I for the two. of the St. Cloud area? and LynnW.
class is that, whole families attended
Hall .
and it ,was ,interesting to i A/lc and Mrs. Danny Joe Rose
note the high grades that young-! the birth of a daughter. TEMPERATURES
TOURNAMENT-J. A. MacGillivray presi- sters 10 to 14 of madeon announce and Mrs. Richard A. Canada H L B
GRISSOM years age 28 at Bit- .
Julie Leigh February TH. z-M 7 5Z 10M
of the Kissimmee All States Tourist Club is shown the final examination. Milton Ave., announce the W.d.t'l M MTk 1 SHOW ME PARTY Bonnie Lee Lantz. left, and Jean-

preBen ion of the Griesom Tournament. They are, left to I very valuable to families livingon ette Gaines, daughter of Mrs. Tuesday. February 26, at the Sat. 3-2 Ie.. ..MS Show Me Party Saturday at the Onwola High Sefeeel.
vi. He ...
Memorial 3-3 M 4I
Orange Hospital. Both
,rj-kt, Bert Everett and Earl Rowsey first place. Harlan ranches and citrus groves to Julia Gaines of Kissimmee. ..... 3-4 ft* C3 .11 girl are members of the Hoae-heUet 4-H Cfab.:>>
jjolcomb and Ed Hanson second. (Photo by Hamrick) I help save lives in emergencies. ,weighed in at 7 IDS. 15% oz. (Photo by Hamrick)

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2_The_Kiss fnmee Gazette Kissimmee. Fla.. Thurs.. March '?. 1963 .. -- for their home in Dusaeldorf
:. late to slow down. Too late to GARDEN for a .
where he is
erase merciful the slaughter vivid picture from of un-the I People Spots In The News I ORANGE I Milwaukee Wte.manager m.n.,.wr- .:iiir.

Elementary School News
I mind. \, JOTTINGS I -
The PTA scheduled for
Batter I
Mr. and Mr*. C. M.
Bradbury March 14 has been postponed to !
By Peggy
ANNE .1 of Iona. Mich., line moved
the following week, March 21. IFLAlTIMi of wings and pamg"of : into the home on 10* .lanet
Will it take There will be no school March 14 [ground with webbed feet presagea
before this the death of a child be trusted behind a wheel. But and 15 due to the Florida Education duel of pelicans at London zoo. Now that the cold weatherhas Nokomis, Fla. after spendinga St. 9
incessant speeding is we are appealing to those per-' Association meeting in Jacksonville moderated considerably, few days visiting Mr. and J
stopped in front of our schools? sons, and we see daily, who trend will Jennie Hutton
you on those days. it is hoped that Mrs C. L. McDonald of 1711

along Principal with members Louis of Feuerstein the facul- drive titude.with a devil-may-care at- The delegation from our school continue and return to flowers their I W Doris St. Circle To Meet 1 1The

ty have noted that the majorityof And we are appealing to the I erstein includes, Mrs.Principal Mary and Dyles Mrs., Mrs.Feu- original that bloom beauty in "The the spring,"I I Rev. and Mrs. Renus Olson I Jennie Huttco dvcte "of j jthe

speedsters are of high school parents of high school students i and thus bring forth the attractive have returned to their home First United P1'
Grace Johnston, and Mrs. Nilene
age. Mary Bryan's close prox- who are driving cars. It is your I Walker. : gardens and lawns so after spending the winter Church wiH meet 'Tuw9.. )Ia1'Cb .-!
imity to the High School makesit and homes 12th at 2:30: pjn. to the edIIca- oj
responsibility duty to warn, The six week grading period characteristic of the months in the vicinity of Den-
especially vulnerable for the caution, and flatly demand that I ended Tuesday. Report cards for here in Orange Gardens Com- ver, Colo. We are also pleased tonal building. !
(teenagers who "scratch off Mrs. Myron Dole .ffl lead the
they use common sense and courtesy munity.A to report that Mrs. Olson's 'II
the fourth, fifth and sixth grades
after school and dash blindly in their driving habits.I I health has improved con- devotional and Mrs.Mae HawWns
will out next Tuesday.A
down Aultman Street. God forbid that a tragedy does' go Novelty Revue will be held study of the Orange Gar- siderably during her absence. will conduct fee > on "G1 '
We're not putting a thumbs- n't occur in front of our elementary dens Assoc. Bulletin for March Chooses a People".
down on teenage drivers. There school. But when and if it' series March of 2'1Trns enrichment is another in a PRETTY GIRLS of Casper indicates many programs of Miss Esther Watts of 1632 Hostesses will be Mr*. E. O. :

are many who have proven that; does occur, you parents will suffer -' for school programs children. Wyo. hide behind masks at community interest and enjoy Doris St .is a patient at Or Johnson Mrs. C. F. Anderson YL
they are level headed enough to' just as much heartaches and planned our j they fight subzero snow ment. The first upcoming: ange Memorial Hospital. L and Mrs. Al Milling. _
Boys and girls of primary age i
financial will is the regular meetingof I
reverses as event
will be treated this'magic
STOVES REFRIGERATORS your child who destroyed a life. O.G.C.A. on Thursday Mr. John Lendved of Dus- i Call. .
show which features a menagerieof I
When the brakes squeal, a mute I animals. evening, Mar 7, at 7:30.: In seldorf, Germany, was a recent -I Parks Furniture Co.
USED tered cry uttered, and a happy, addition to the regular busi- visitor at the home of
measles, chicken
FURNITURESewellThurmond precious child is crushed and Mumps still their toll.pox ness meeting, there will be an his father, Mr. A. B. Lend For Prompt I f oir ol Your
and flu are taking I
torn beneath the wheels of a interesting collection of but- ved of 705 George St. Mr. and j I REFRIGERATOR

speeding car, it will be too late. Mrs. George Bast, Jr., has been r tons. Mrs. Clifford Woodard Mrs. Ed Lebeis and daughter. I Phone S47-4171
1015 Church ORLANDO Too late to bring back life. To confined to her home with flu. will be the speaker.On Nancy, from _, Philadedphiawere
also visitors with Mr
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r Miss Junie Goolsby's first year Tuesday, the 12th at I Lendved during his stay here. LEARN BARBERING
of tooth 10:00: a.m. the Cancer Dress- after which he left for Chi-- Intnrv future !. a
the .
room was scene a ..
Summerall ty ing Group will meet in the I cago, where he was met by ll-parlalr pre'na"1If'W'' '
pulling recently. Kathy t Day t Nicht
r. The American Field Service Committee had a loose but reluctant v. "% t f 4s Community Bldg. It is urged;his wife who had been visit V Approved
>> that all who can possibly do,ing her parents in Houghton, Orlando Barber College
took much ,
tooth. It wiggling I
t attend this meeting bring Mich. Mr and Mrs. John S399 S. Orange Blooom Tr.
of Kissimmee it's deepest l f:; so .
r expresses string, and cheers of encouragement YOUNGEST to win U S. ( A 5-M79
r i r: ing needle and thread and also -.1 Lendved then took a plane
to get the job done. Everyone indoor men s tennis title is
s gratitude to the students of Osceola : was proud of the gap left by Dennis Ralston. 18. of a friend and neighbor andf
help out in this most worth '
the loss of Kathy's first tooth. IJakersfield, CalFADECniETER s
[ High 'School l for their enthusiastic pro- j But children grow up as evidenced -I while project.On 'rt .

by a tooth pulling episode
Thursday, the 14th
motion of Exchange Student Program j: in Mrs. Peggy Bradbury's second ; there will be a Games Night:;

4 ;Jr .' . and to the many members of the j year in from room.the Clara playground Gallagher and came casually -I I ,,i Benefit Library, of at Berlin 7:30.: There Memorial will!

; remarked that she had pull-
!; community for their support =: told be refreshments and prizes
; generous ed a tooth. Mrs Bradbury Donations will be 50 cents. i
t her to her tooth under her .
: put
This would seem like a wonderful r
t j of this International Project. j pillow) and the fairy would leave y a Rx time for a get-to-geth

r her some money. But Clara said, er for the newer residents of

ti J "Oh, Mrs. Bradbury, I'm too big I I the Gardens, as well as for'!
l fer things like that. I just threw the older Garden residents.,

ivl =:z:<':::::a't: : ;; : :::<,:,,,>,,=:""" ,x :* the old tooth away." "You'all come." I

I f .,
I ;,.;:--- Receht visitors at the home!

of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bris-- 6 .
: [ that creates constant light equal to mid bin have been Mr. and Mrs.
summer sunshine is used at Shcaffer Pen plant in Fort John Hyvonen of Haines
Madison. la to test color permanence of firm's new fountain wIN
City and Mrs._ Jenny Crofotof
pens guaranteed for lifetime of original (lwm'r.I t
Baldwinsville N.Y. Mrs.
I Brisbin was recently a guestat
/ 16th Engineer Battalion at Fort a surprise birthday dinner \

James H.11IcGruderAboard II Hood, entered the Army in November party at the home of her son,

Dream plans come DestroyerJames I 1961 and completed basic Elihew, where she received: FLORIDA
training at Fort Gordon, Ga. many"cards and gifts in honor I

true in these .: H. Cruder, Jr., fire II He attended Osceola High I of the occasion. IIEEll IS A NATURAL

control technician first class,!i School in Kissimmee. i -
Mrs Arthur J. Morgan of I
GENERAL ELECTRIC I USN, son of James H. McGruderof I 1716 W. Catherine St. is al As natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from
Ki. simmf>e, Fla.. is serving Pvt. Robin Howard
C-E patient at Kissimmee Hospital which it is brewed, beer is Florida's traditional beverage of
aboard the destroyer USS Tow
moderation light, sparkling, delicious.
BUILTINKITCHENS J ers, which was part of the com- TrainingPvt.
t Built-in Ranges I And naturally Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to be a
of 20 engagedin
force ships
Robin R. Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moody I
Exercise Saddle Blanket ear-I Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Howard, have moved into the homeon I major purchaser of Florida products and raw materials. For
ly in February off the coast of Intercession City, currently is 654 Thacker Ave. example, the Brewing Industry is responsible for miNions of
cav Southern California. dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for pulpwood to be
I' undergoing advanced individual
t I TheC five-day exercise, held. armor .training i in Company A .of Miss Carol Simonson was a, made into cardboard boxes and cartons. Mtffeons more are
I from 'Tteb.: 4 through Feb: '8; the 1st Training Brigade'st3r visitor at the home of' her'parents : spent for other'Florida materials and services. In Florida,

d al\mainly. with anti-submarine! I Battalion-at" the U.: S. Army Major Mrs.'Arnold] "i t beer belongs. 0 enjoy it. "-

\ warfare training. The'operation Training Center, Armor (USA- Simonson of 1608 Orange,

centered around a. fast carrier TCA), Fort Knox, Ky. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION INC.
( striking force, with its wide The 1st Brigade, a major unit Blvd.Mr. 'I
range of detection and strike of USATCA, conducts eigh 1 and Mrs. C. F. Inger \EY FLORIDA DIVISION
capabilities. weeks of advanced training for man returned to their home in

Cruisers, destroyers, submarines those troops who have completedtheir i I
PARKS FURNITURE CO. and logistics' ships also initial eight weeks of basic

were engaged in the operation.The combat training. As an armor I
exercise came under the trainee. Howard will be taught
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD operational command of Com- to drive the tank, load its 105mm ALWAYS SOMETHING N E W AT

847-4171 892.2011 mander First Fleet. gun, and fire the weapon.He .
is scheduled to complete

this course February 23. .
THE DEPENDABIESBUIU BY DODGE!1LONG CampbellIn The 17-year-old soldier enteredthe
Exercise Army last October and com-
pleted basic combat training at .
Army PFC. Andrew L. Camp Fort Gordon, Ga.
bell, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard attended Oceola High
Roy W. Campbell, IntercessionCity School.
recently returned to regular
WEARING THE duty at Fort Hood, Tex., after Catholic Women To Slinky or Slinky, Jr. 49C 97c
SOIL.RESISTANT ROOM FOR taking part in the 1st ArmoredDivision's
WHOLE fAMilY Hold Sale
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Held Mon. She was years, Buford Carroll, 63, _I.-,.",. I ,
active members of the B. & PW. i 1
For Dorinda Baker Club here and was a mem- Passed Away SundayBuford !IJ QUANTITY RIGHTS sAVE
of the Mother Church First
Dorinda: Burrill Baker, 87, of Church of Christ, Scientist, Bos Carroll, 63, of Route 1. RESERVED .
2WO 20th Street South, St.: Pet- ton. Massachusetts. Box 312, Orlando, passed .away 100 EXTRA ,
former -
ersburg Executive Secretary suddenly Sunday evening. -
of the Kissimmee Chamber Survivors include her husband. A native of Lakeland, he moved -
of Commerce, passed away Thomas L. Baker, St. Peters- from Loughman to Orlando TOP VALUE STAMPS
suddenly Thursaay. burg. One step-daughter, Mrs. PRICES GOOD.
A native of New York City, Ralph Helm, Indianapolis, Ind- 10 He years was ago.a retired farmer anda WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR Thru t
she had been a resident of Kiss- iana. One step-son, Harold Baker member of the Baptist Church.He NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE ,
immee for 14 years before moving Los Angeles California. is survived by his wife Good Thru Limit One Coupon to Adult With MARCH 9th
to St Petersburg 8 years Funeral services held at Adrean Carroll. Three sons.B. H March A 5.00 or More Food Order
2 clock Monday from were the Gris- Carroll, Lawton, Michigan; Titus OJ__._.,___,.,.._.9.______._.__._..._..... <,,__ ...__.,..." w iNN,DIXIE........ INC.COPYRIGHT .
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ago.She _
was a retired supervisor> som Chapel, with Mrs. Lillian Carroll, Indiantown and, Rufus 1 ,( I I It' ,{ 'j. ,. 'I;1 I I 11 1 I" i (1 '( 1 11 .( 11 (l'Ii-' -! coo STOa ES
Office of New Harmon Carroll Fort Lauderdale.Two - - - - - -
in the Home the Dunn. C. S., officiating. Casket- -- I -:
York Life Insurance Company. beard were Messrs. Harold daughters Miss Lucenc
Goodell, Sam Lupfer, W. Edwin Carroll and Mrs. Willa Mae Wagner r
both Orlando. Two step- @m SWIFTS PREMIUM BONELESS CANNEDHams
i Pound. Walter Nelson, Clyde
CARP OF THANKS ; 'aughters, Mrs. Lorene Boyett S 99
To those who expressed their : Nelson, Glenn Ray: and Ralph :
and Mrs. Irene Hartzog, both 4U.CAN
sympathy In so many beautiful 2
Rupert. Interment followed in
and practical ways during ourrecent r Fort Lauderoale. Two step-sons, If\
bereavement we extendour e
heartfelt thanks. Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom Henry Usher, Zellwood and Joe )
The II P Suhl family I' Funeral Home was in charge of Usher, Orlando. Two brothers J. Q CHOPPED SHAPED CUBED . (PLUS 50 FREE STAMPS!)
I arrangements D. Carroll Lakeland, anti MadiSon "W S3 $499

_ ------- Carroll Mrs. Jennie, Zephyr-hills.Dozier One Tampa.sister ) 9- - clI%.
Also 17 grandchildren. _ "G
WHY PAY 1 MOREFOR Funeral services were held at V 1 j .- I W-D EXTRA LEAN FRESH GROUND
L 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Gap- 5
way Church, Lakelan'1, with the : _ _ B eef 5 1 99
P.ev T. F. O'Steen, officiating, _________ _ : o LB. PKG.
LAUNDRYHood 1 1I Hall.
assisted by the Rev. Elvin

Casket bearers were Messrs. LARGE SIZE . 20-oz. (In Market)
Cecil Boone, Charles Bo:>ett,
Charles J. Dozier, Henry Dozier.
Pizza Pie 5 9
John Dozier and Winston Flynn. ;
r Interment following m the Gap- r >
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Soft Rinse pampers all way Church Cemetery. Grissom ; .:, .t TARNOW CHIPPED HAM M
Funeral Home was in charge of

pocketbook your washables, too!-Fluffs and your tow Hood I irrangments. Beef REG. 39c 3 R$1.

els and diapers to fleecy soft. -la 4tr k .
ness leaves fabrics so deep Kowboys[ Open V 'f r> '"
wrinkle-free that ironing's ' '- ; Regular 69( COPELAND SMOKED LINKausage"59x

easv-when necessary at alL a Baseball SeasonThe
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The complete fabric softener Occola: Kowboys open the
at the economy price. 1963 baseball season Friday witha
S home game Friday: at 2 p.m. TASTE O' SEA (In Market)
RINSED when they play the powerful Se-
bring "Blue Streaks". This is Cod Fish 3 LBS.S1.FRESH
the only afternoon home game of .
the season.
II Sebring will bring to town a PORK LOIN (7-RIB CUT RIB END)
veteran star studded: nine. Theyare
one of the favorites to cop SMALL 5-7 LB. SMOKED
the Ridge Conference crown. Roast 33 >
The Kowboys are ;young with LB ;
only four seniors on the squad, PICNICS

ServiceYou but they have 10 lettermen. This FRESH PORK LOIN ((9-INCH CUT LOIN END)
Family nine could be called a dark
horse in the conference race. If
may know from previous experience pitching will hold up it could bean Roast..LB.39

the importance of family excellent team. ;
The lettermen returning are _
privacy during bereavement. During Bill Stephens, C and CF; Joe FRESH PORK (CENTER CUT) ;
the funeral service,for instance it is Woodward, IB; Lamar Teems, 29
important that the family be seated 3B.; Alan Whitston, 28; Earl
Johns, OF Bob Magnaghi, P (Whole) LB.MAYONNAISE
together out of view of others,attending and SS; Eddie; Harrell, P; Chuck Chops LB. 69; .
' MEMBER. . in .
THE 000 as our private family room. Whalen 2B; Steve Parker, C;
OF 7WE6OIDEN Terry Roberts, 3B; others on
RULE the squad are Jim Greenough, i
OF; Ray Cody, OF; Gary Hile-
III RlEDEL man IB; Henry Hunter, OF;
Robert Lane, OF; Gary Land, 50 Free Top Value Stamps '50 Free Top Value Stamps
Two Picas. FROZEN
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KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Arthur D.llaysAboard Pan-Red! Oysters Chopped Steaks
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847-3188 l fireman 21 2;
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Limit one with $5.00 or more food order.
1 = USN, son of Hugh D. Maysof i
815 North Main St., Kissim-
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USS John Paul Jones. _

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4 The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee Fla. Thurs.. March 7 1963 I -
..... -, ... ". . -......., . Betty Bass I
Adult Education r : ';"iI'", .'--' . -"" .-- -- .. .__ :..,? r"', --
;: -
-; :
/ 7 J : :;
: Mr. an-i Mrs. Robert Martinof
: Glen Heaa, New York have
Classes BeginAn HIGH SCHOOL been visitois of Rattlesnake

\.,:.} STUDENTS Ranch for the past two weeks. s..
Ft...... .
Mrs. Martin, a member of the
entirely new concept in County Public School System, the .i. Schlitz brewing family; got her .
adult education was launched instructor-lecturer personnel ob limit of quail while hunting here.

:Monday the fourth of March in tained for the first months sessions .... Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Leonaru I
St. Cloud, Florida
are: and Miss Laura Leonard of Jer-
Instead of the student going to O. B. Sullivan, City of Orlando: ice, New York are also visiting
the school, the school is being Wayne Reynolds] Martin Co.; C. Rattlesnake Ranch and ban

brought to the student A brain- E. SHowalter Martin Co.; Mrs. r good luck in their hunting.Mr. .

child of St. Cloud Chamber of Louise Honeycutt Kissimmee; r and Mrs. Martin and Mrs. I
Commerce manager Gordon Daw- William Walter, Martin Co.: Miss Leonard gave a barbecue lunch- / L
son the new idea gained enthus McGreary, formerly of Jordan eon for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ( / I Ii
iastic cooperation from the Orange Marsh
James Storey, MartinCo.
RECEIVES CAP Miss Renison in honor of their 19th ; i
County Public School S>'stern .; Walter Watkins, Osceola i -
Carol I weaoing anniversary.Mr. .
Sue Hutchinson, -
The Osceola County Public School Rollin &
County System
; daughter of Mr. and Mrs.J. and Mrs. Jennings Webb
School System and the Kissim- Thomas, Martin Co. \
L. Hutchinson, receivedher and Charlene have had as guests ; {
mee: Chamber of Commerce.The The courses offered the first
cap in ceremonies held for the past week Sophia's parents -
use of a new 46 by 100 month are:
February 15th the Uni- I and brother
at Mr. and Mrs.
(toot house trailer has been do- Effective Speech Fundamentair -
versity of Louisville, Louis- Charlie Combs and Wallace from OUT
rated by Mobile Rental Co. of of Supervision, Speedwritingstcnoscript ville r
Kentucky where she Island Sty Kentucky.
Iowa and is luxuriously furnished ( ). Problems of
Supervision -
is a student at the U of 1: fa Another Kenansville business ;: '
easy tables and ed and Retail Selling. Louisville Dental College.
has changed hands. Mrs. Rose
ucational aids. The trailer is divided Registration fee is $10 for all I
Holcomb has sold her
into two class rooms and courses except speedwriting and grocery I
Couple Honored At and gas station to Mr. and Mrs. I I Ii
can moved from one locationor this is $12.50. This fee covers all
Glenn Baisden. The j
new owners
community to another as the costs to the student including Buffet '
SaturdayAnother welcome former customers and
demand dictates.Watching texts and course materials. .i r

the development of in the series of par- all e.i I
the new idea with great interest Mary Hansell Feted ties honoring bride elect, Mary Th r-I

are state and national adult education At Dessert Coffee Hansell, was the 'buffet supper, back into its previous building I II
administrators if this which has been undergoing recent /r COSTSS. 33.7 B/LUOM ANNUALLY
and given on Saturday evening,
Miss Hansell
Mary whose mar-
alterations and is both
pilot project is successful it will riage to Douglas Horde will be March 2, by Mr. and Mrs. RileyS. I
and convenientthan
undoubtedly be incorporated in beautiful more
Miles Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson I
an event of March 14th, was EVEN FDR URGED ENDING RELIEF
many other areas. Although it is Makinson and Mrs. R. Elmo ever.
guest of honor on Tnursday:: evening
entirely utive education new in the adult distrib- February 28,' when; the Griffin, at the Miles home on THIS EDUCATIONAL VOID MUST BE FILLED I I Mr.daughter and Mrs.from Mel Belle Thompsonand Glade **T7i > lessons of history, confirmed by the evidence \ ,
field the
concept Main Street. Mr. Douglas HordJt; ,
Board of the Hart Memorial Library '
Our have been called economic illiter- immediately before show exclusively
has been widely and successfully Miss Hansell's fiance, was also youths spent the weekend with her par- me, 1
entertained at dessert '
used by the Armed forces and industry coffee at the library. a an honor guest.Carrying ates which in plainer words means they don't know ents, Luke and Kate Stevens. that continued dependence upon relief induces a

for some time. Beautiful arrangements of out the blue and which side of their bread is buttered. Saw Mack and Bert Weaver spiritual and moral disintegration fundamentally .
Dawson pointed out that the white theme of tie approaching and Frankie Wilson, Sammy
spring flowers were placed about This is harsh indictment but unfortunately it destructive of the national fibre."To
a ,
field of subjects that can be presented wedding, tae: buffet table was' Hancock and Marilyn Harvey
the and colfee
spacious the '
is practically unlimited if table was graced room by a lovely fan covered with a blue Italian linen is well substantiated. Repeated surveys have disclosed the Fair in Orlando Saturday.The dole out relief ill' this tray is to administer
the demand is generated. lIe further cloth and featured aa students have much less I weather was anything else
shaped arrangement of wnite epergne that high school a narcotic, a subtle destroyer of the human spirit.

initely said been that committed the trailer to has moveto def- azaleas Guests with pink asked snap. iragons. white with a mums graceful and arranganant waits stoc't.of: than even a nodding acquaintance with the principles but Word fair! was received here on It is in violation of the traditions of America. Work
call between
Kissimmee: for the month of eight ware and nine Tney Tables for six, scattered:: through of our free competitive enterprise system. Sunday of the illness and hos- must be found for able bodied but destitute work

April if there are enough students ware greeted 'oy Mrs. Harry the party; rooms, featured centerpieces -' Here are just a few of the shocking revelationsof pitalization at Okeechobee of ers. The federal government must and shall quit

signed up.Cooperating. Dale. Mrs. Murray Overstreet of pansies in pale 'blue youthful beliefs concerning the proper role of former resident, Mrs. Maude : this business of relief"
with the public demitasse Miss Hansell and Harvey.
junior and Mrs. R. Elmo Griffin. cups.
the federal in
school system is the Central Flo- Coffee was poured by the Board Mr. Horde were given a place government our economy: Happy birthday to Bruce Vick- You are bound to surprised when you learn
lida Personnel Managers Association of china. 62 cent said the has the Leona Morgan.
president, Mrs. June R. Gunn. setting per government responsibility ers and who made the above statement. It wa President
and the Central Florida Division Assisting were Mrs. Dick Makin- Place cards with a spray of for providing jobs! Miss Alma Jean Ayers is on
American Society of Training son and Miss Rhea Pnerigo. lily of the valley tied wiLl blue 52 cent said the should men and the sick list. We .wish her a Franklin D. Roosevelt. But ever since he made it

Directors who furnish the Miss Hansell was given a place ribbon marked covers for the :' per government speedy recovery.Wesleyan in 1935 the federal government has pursued the

bulk of the instructors. setting of her cnosen cnina. honorees, Mr. and Mrs. Edward operate such industries as steel, automobile, oil, opposite course by getting deeper and deeper into
Under the overall supervisioncf About Hansell. parents: of the bride. electric railroads and banks! .
called power
thirty guests duringthe "
Seldon, G. Hill of the Orange Mrs. Maurine Horde, mother of Guild To the "business of relief. Welfare) expenditures today
evening. 66 cent said that though stiff progressive
.. the groom, froLti Nashville, Tennessee per are 10 times what they were in 1935.
Meet NightThe "
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Wil- taxation may be hard on the individual it was good ,

THEKISSIMMEE lams, junior, Mr. and Mrs. Davis for the country! Wesleyan Service Guild of During the last 11 years, alone, these payments
Bate-man. Mr. and Mrs. Henry the First
Methodist Church will
Tracking down the for these far-out at-
reason from $4.9 billion 837.3
skyrocketed annually
GAZETTE Ramsay, Mr. and Mrs. Louis: meet Monday night at 8 o'clockat
FOR4t, / French Mr. and Mrs. Cecil titudes is not difficult. It stems from the fact that the home of. Mrs. Charles billion a year. Washington should lose no time in

h A .J.... H. Perry \ew.paperNI T>.ner. Mr. and Mrs. John Jam- less than 5 out of every 100 high school graduates Hawk Jr., 421 Paimway. getting the government out. of the relief businessby
.. 1 ison, Mr. and Mrs. John Barton, Mrs.
have been exposed to as much as a one-semester George Y. Bast will present welfare responsibilities to states and
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hileman, I the program on "Childrenand restoring
h Offices 24-26 Stewart Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Black, course in economics.Think Race" communities.

'r SON Telephone 847-2881 Miss Alice Parker Miss Cynthia of it! While most high schools provide I I

Rcbertson, Miss Julianne Miles automobile driving instruction they fail to teach
Entered as Second Class Mall MatterIn Miss Judy Tindall, Mr. L. R. the students how our economic system makes it NOW SEE WHAT'S NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'SSUPER
the Post Office at Kissimmee Fla. Johns, Mr. John Paul Monell and
.. .,.. possible for them their to own cars.
the hosts.Walter. or parents,
SPORTS-that's the only name for seats. It even offers a new Comfortilt steer-
Published!. .Thursdays at Kis8imm Florida' '.r' It seems to us that the first order of businessfor them! Four entirely different kinds of cars ing1 wheel that positions right where you

Alderman school boards and administrators should be a: to choose from, including bucket-seat conwant it. The new Chevy II Nova SS
massive assault on the big void in the training of vertibles and coupes. And most everyone has its own brand of excitement. Likewise

Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION Now in Okinawa our youth through institution of economics coursesin can be matched with such sports-car type the turbo-supercharged rear-engine Corvair
features as 4-speed stick or Powerglide Monza Spyder and the all-new Corvette
RATESSix Marine Lance Corporal WalterM. every high school in the nation. transmission, Positraction, tachometer, high Sting Rays. Just decide how sporty you

months, $2.50; one year, S4.00; two years, S7.0Q Alderman, son of Mr. and performance engines, you name it. H If you want to get, then pick your equipment and

Mrs. John W. Alderman of 21 Letter to the Editor I want your spice plus the luxuries of a full- power-up to 425 hp in the Chevrolet SS,
West Bass St., Kissimmee, is
sized family car, try the Chevrolet Impala including the popular Turbo-Fire 409 with
PRESTIGE serving with Headquarters and To the Editor SS. It's one of the smoothest road runners 340 hp for smooth, responsive handlingthat
Sul Service Company, 3rd Anti-Tank : new set of street names-and
I I numbers -
HOMES iil ever teamed up with a pair of bucket in city traffic. 'optional at extra cost
Regarding the move by th
Battalion 3rd Marine Division, So would the County of Os-
BUILT ,I at Camp Hansen, Okinawa. chamber of commerce to change ceola have to revise its tax bills
house numbers and street name mailing lists. A needless waste of
FOR YOU I He Was recently promoted to in Kissimmee, I, as a property taxpayers' money. --

;his present rank. owner, taxpayer and voter, anda 5.
By Many of our present streets
._ -pt-
I here
The 3rd Marine Division is fortysevenyears and avenues were named after
am opposed to it for the revered
pioneers. their
the "Force in Readiness"ground Erasing
George L. ReynoldsFor element of the Seventh following reasons: names would be a mark of disrespect
1. It would create .
an enormous
Fleet in the Far East. somewhat akin to defacing
amount of confusion. All people their tombstones in Rose Hill,
Further information Call 847-2856 or 847.2266 I Alderman entered the service who have resided here long and would grieve surviving members -

i in May 1961.GENERAL enough to learn the names and and friends of the families.
location of streets and avenuesas
6. Supporters of the move sayit
they are would. then have to I would make it easier for

a 1 lo s. UN learn it all and start over. 11 strangers to find a given address.

doubt that many people would I You change the names of the _
bother, but continue to use the' streets and the numbers of the 1
old names and numbers. For example houses, and EVERYBODY here
St Cloud changed the
will be STRANGERS as far as
name of 13th Street there, to "St. directing anyone to a given
Cloud Highway" about 2 years address.

@ .- ago, and today a large number 7. The City would incur the
; of citizens there still call it "13th I work and expense of repaintingstreet

; ELECTRICFREEZER GENERAL ; ELECTRIC Street" and always will. Businessmen sign.posts, each one on
/ whose places of business are I four sides More wasted time and
on that street INSIST that the a, b
I money.
H CHESTFREEZERi1 name 13th Street" appear in I think the whole idea of chang
their advertising and stationery. ing our street names and house
2. The post office personnel in numbers STINKS! Will somebody

lie Kissimmee would suffer the head please BURY IT?
I ache of learning the new set of Yours truly

names and numbers, and then Russell Edwards

p.IIi worst of TRANSLATE in- 515 Mabbette Street
coming mail bearing the old familiar -
h street names and numbers

s ___________ _ that have stood for decade after Legion AuxiliaryTo .

> decade.3. Citizens who have gone to Serve Supper i- f

the expense of having stationery,
Saturday: March 9 from 5 tol
cards etc., printed would haveto
7 the American Legion
dump their present supply in p.m.
Auxiliary will serve a Bean Soup
the wastebasket and order new
supplies, if they wanted to be I and Ham supper with corn-
I correct" under a new set of bread, relish cofee and cake at 1
the Home.
street Legion
names and house numbers.

- = M.1el I All present city maps would be:I Charge for adults! will be $1.00.

/ r Male) C1232 / / come obsolete. children 50c.
CA 222 I 4. The City Hall would have t3 t

re-make their utility and tax bill! IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE ll asd s

1 12.OC H. J7 ,1 address plates to conform to any I IN THE GAZETTE


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The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee, FT*.. Tburs., March 7, 1963 5
Tax Rate Reform Bills :,-
Herlong-Baker I personal. These steeply grad I I hours such rates are a con-

-c uated rates discourage risk fradiettan of the NMItfl'N-

taking, choke off venture jtion principle of extra reward -

I capital at its source curtail for extra effort and
To Bountiful
Hailed As *"*
Key I business starts and expansion a chi ievetne \t.

and thus prevent the The legislators warned that

creation of new jobs. mere tax-cutting, as con-
trasted to the rate reformtheypropoed
The sweeping reform of better jobs.Terming They contend that their the 1930 depression and implemented -I very steep graduation through '
"In placing stiff penaltieson wild; not h.'ing
federal income tax rates pro- their proposed tax I legislation would "turn the I I by the revenue requirements the: middle to higher personal I' hard work and long satisfjutoi rets: ,
posed by two members of the rate cuts "healthy but not excessive economy loose" by reforminga of World War II income tax brackets.A .

House Ways and Means ," Representative A. S. tax rate structure which and subsequent years" Reps. statement by the National I II II II II

Committee has: been hailedin Herlong Jr. (D-Fla.) and I has long been "stacked Herlong and Baker said in a Association of Manufacturers -

industrial and business Representative Howard H. against capital formation, economic joint statement. issued on the heels of

circles-and by taxpayers in Baker (R.-Tenn.) have intro growth and job crea- "Only a sweeping reform President Kennedy's January

general-as offering the surest -. duced in the Congress new i tion." of rates can reverse this philosophy 14 announcement said that

means of, achieving a. identical companion bills pro-! "The economy is still laboring and change the tax failure to make a better distribution -I :

faster and nore dynamic' viding tax savings of $3.85 under a tax rate philos- structure so that capital for- of the tax savings .

economic growth rate and billion annually over a five- ophy and structure which mation and business and human would mitigate against the

I the creation of more and year period. I was conceived in the gloom of I incentives can play their nation's ability to get the y

1 full roles in creating a stronger 'growth needed "to provide : -

Program Harry Lee and more bountiful econ- he: jobs for the exploding i .

LJndsey, a nati\e of Semlnole HOW HERLONG-BAKER BILLS WOULD CUT PERSONAL TAXES only-" working force later in this . _____

County and former professor of The first legislators to iden- decade." _.
architecture M tho University The TaxIf tify the slow rate, of the na i:1j:

of Florida has been appointed the taxable income is: Is: Present; Law Would be: Year 1967** '. economic growth with range of graduation of the : .
special assistant to the
present structure.
( al administrator to head up Not over $2,000 20% of the taxable income . 15% of the taxable income i personal tax which now tops T : .
I the Titusville office of the Representatives Herlong out at 91 per cent and reaches -- -. ;i
I Housing and Home Finance Over But not over Of excess Of excess Baker declared that their leg- 53 per cent at the $18-20,000 .
Agency which will coordinate Over Over islation is not designed to apportion bracket of taxable income.

the Federal government's pro. $ 2,0004.000 .. . . .. .$ 400 plus 22%. . . .. .J 2,000..S 300 plus 16%....... ..$ 2,000 tax relief among disputing Over the five-year periodthe
dealing with housing 4.0006.000 .. .. . . . 840" 26%.. :.. . . 4000. . . .. . 620" 17%. .... ... 4.000 claimants but to serve bills would reduce the top
grams urban afaflnt in 6.0008.030 .. . . ... 1,360" 30%..... ..... 6000... . . . 960" 18%. .... .. .. 6.000 the general public interest in rate of personal tax to 42 per
and a six 8.00010.030 .. . . . . 1,960" 34%......,.. 8,000......... 1,320" 19%..... . . 8,000 greater growth and morejobs. cent. The first bracket rate of I FLORIDA'S CITRUS INDUSTRY . -
county area experiencing the 10.00012.000 .. . . . . 2,640" 38%.. .. .... 10,000. . ... .. 1,700" 20%......... 10,000 I IS NEARLY 400 YEARS OLD. HISTORY RECORDS THAT
Impact of the space programand 12.00014.030: .. . . . . 3.400" 43%. .. ...... 12000..... .... 2,100" 21%. . .... 12,000 20 per cent would be loweredto I
which Include Oscoola 14.00016.000 .. . . . . 4.260" 47%. . . ;.. 14,000... ... ... 2,520" 22%... .... .. 14,000 "It is designed to releasethe 15 per cent. All other interim ORANGES WERE GROWING AROUND ST. AUGUSTINF
: County. 16.00018.000 .. . . .. . 5.200" 50%. ..... . 16.000. . . . . 2.960 U 23%......... 16.000 world's strongest economy rates would be reducedin I I IN 1579, ABOUT 200 YEARS BEFORE CALIFORNIA'S FlkST
18,00020,000 .. . . . . 6.200" 53%. .. ...... 18.000. ....... 3.420 24%..... .... 18,000 from the tax rates that consistent pattern. (See PLANTINGS.
20.00022,000 .. . . . . 7.260" 56%. . ...... 20000. ......... 3)900) U 25%......... 20,000 hind it they said. a !
Winn-Dixie Sales 22.00026.000 .. . . . . 1.380" 59%. ........ 22,0004,400 U 26%..... ... 22.000 i I table in adjoining column for -V
26,00032,000 .. . . .. . 10,740 U 62%. ..., . .. 26000......... 5,440 H 27%......... 26.000 i ALL RATES REDUCED all rate reductions). '
Shows Increase 32.00038,000 .. .... . ...14,460 65%. ...... 32000. ....... 7.060" 28%.... ... . 32.000 The combined top rate of Another .
38.00044.000 .. . . . .18,360 69%......... 38,000......... 1,740" 29%. .... . . 38.000 'I Every individual taxpayer tax would be reduced Important . j
Winn-Dixle Stores, Inc., recorded 44.00050.000 .... ...... 22.500 U 72%. ...... .. 44,000.. ..... .. 10,480 30%...... . 44,000 under the Herlong-Baker bills corporate FLORIDA PRODUCT, PHOSPHATE '- -
a 7.40 percent increasein 50.00060.000 .. ... . . 26.820 U 75%. .... ... 50.000......... 12,280 31%..... ... 50.000 from 52 to 42 per cent
sales during the 32-week 60.00070,000 .. . . . . 34.320 78%.. . ..... 60.000... ..... 15.380 32%...... . . 60.000 I would get a reduction of at over the five-year period. I (AS PLANT FOOD) t
I period ended Feb. 9 compared 70.00080.000 .. . . . . 42.120 It 81%...... ... 70.000..18,580 33%.. ....... 70,000 !least 25 per cent by the end II HAS HELPED MAKE FLORIDA \
with the corresponding 80.00090,000 .. . . . . 50,220 U 84%.... ... 80,00021.880 34%. .... .. 80,000 (I of five years but emphasis is CRUCIAL NEED CITED I
period 90.000100.000 .. .... . . 58.620 U 87%. . . ... 90000. ... . . 25.280 U 36%.. . . . 90.000 placed reduction of the II THE WORLD'S MAJOR PRODUCEROFORANGEGRAP ,
a year ag., it was. an. 100.000150.000 .. . . . . 67,320 U 89%.. .. . .. 100.000 .. . ..... 28.880 U 38%......... 100,000 on Referring to the crucial > % .
nounced. 150.000-200.000 .. . . .. 111.820 U 90150.000.. ... . . 47,880 U 40%......... 150,000 need for reforming the steeply I FRUIT AND TANGERINES.
The volume was $506,927,942 200.000 and em .. . . . . 156.820 91%.......oO .' 200000. ........ 67,880 U 42%. ... .. . 200,000 I By contrast to the Herlong- climbing rates in the mid- .
compared with $471,983,417last Baker bills the Administra- dle and income brackets -I
and to and married filing separate returns. Joint return upper
year sn increase 'of $34- After deductions exemptions. Applies single persons. persons I
944525. taxpayers can find their tax savings by taking the tax on half their taxable income and multiplying by two. tion's tax reduction plan was Representatives Herlong I
found faulty by industry because and Baker had this to say:
ed For Feb.the 9, 4-week sales were period$64,889-end- Although the Herlong-Baker legislation would take until 1967 to become fully effective the reductions would be madein I it fails to come to grips "Here are the rates which _

421 compared with $60,956.893. .- annual stages over the intervening 5 years. .with the restraining effect on strike most directly at incentives I a phone-like gadget to reheat

an increase of $3,932,528 [!the nation's economy of the both business and GAZETTE BUY FROM ADVERTISERS THE I I a has lecture bee.i by taped.a professor either audiotape that

or 6.45 percent over 1962. t
I An increase was also recorded Kissimmee Twirlers Mary Summerlin I for TV or voice tape
By using the latest equipment
? for the 52-week period I
ended Feb. 9, when sales to- Win; Each DivisionMiss Circle Entertained FLORIDA COUNCIL A CAPITOL LETTERBy I and methods Williams
taled $807,192,587 comparedwith I has agreed to accept a productivity
'1 ne Alary bummeriin Circle oi I
of 40
for his professors
$766,001,229 last year an Bobby Jo Hodala won Jerry Mock
me WSCS: was entertained Monday REPORTSholidayseekers. per cent of greater than the
increase of $41,191,358 or 5.38 Grand Championship of the Fifth
byl1s.1.. M. Overstreet at
He said this
I state average.
percent. Annual Stars an! St'ipes Open
1 the home oi her daughter, Mrs. TALLAHASSEE-Will Florida sponsibility. The emphasiswill would not cut into research
Winn-Dixie, which operates NBTA contest at Eustis. She also independent
be toward directed,
Atlantic University set a
Booib Cody, 316 Hughey Stxeet. time. and that through advanced
S a number of supermarkets in won trophies for every event ent. for senior study.
Earl Clark nationwide pattern the
Mrs. presided.! methods professors
L. B. :MAYTAG. Jr. .
I the local area, now has 601 ered. By
I After transacting routine busi- President, National Airlines Inc Florida tourism has one major colleges? will be able to give more
retail stores throughout the Lynn Davis also won trophiesin ( educatorsin At FAU, the student will be
South with 547 ness Mrs. Clark introduced Miss Member The Florida Councilof drawback without a diversified many time to individual students
compared all the events for 13-14 year work his
U.S. will be watching allowed to more on
One of the keys, Williams
Louise Thdmason who told of her who come as
units 100) Many
a year ago. olds. tx-onomy. trend that could own, advance at his own pace,
FAU for
visit to John Wesle;,. Chapel As a newcomer to Florida, it is visitors to enjoy the state's wondorful a said is the teaching personnelnow
Jan Davis won a trophy for develop across the nation. and, if he wishes, take #sidetracks hired. He wants
Dairy Team Wins while in London last summer. an exhilarating challenge to me natural endowments for being
advanced fancy strut. in 7-8 year The essential reason for into some research. "creativeminded"
olu division. During the social hour the hostess 10 find that 1963 is going to bea living and man-made recreational of Certain combinations of courses -teaching personnel
this is the development
Honor at FairThe The team which is composed served delicious refiesh- year of decision for this phe- facilities remain as residents. junior colleges. Particularlyin coupled with modern meth and not opposed to

Future Farmers of America 't>f Bobby Jo. Lynn Jan and Jane|I merits tp .Mmes,. Lula _Beau- nnmenaLstate which can.become ,job-hvnjing. .. ., A Florida, junior colleges ods, will allow a student to. "gadaets..or FAil -
Chapter of Osceola, High Davison also won several trophies champ, George c.'Bronso Irlo, industrial .frontier of the Fortunately,,nthe staM .,,,able have had phenominal growththe say finish a course early in The president said he
School won sixth place out of 154 at I he Third Annual Gaspar- Bronson, Lula Grove, Neva Long- nation. Governor has shown an astute past few years. Now 60' the semester, then begin the is opposed to addition a "downwardextension" of the

competing at the Tampa State illa Championship Open at Tam- ley. John C. Semple. Mary It is especially exhilarating because awareness of the possibilities of per cent of the graduating next,without needing to wait or and sophomore
Fair Feb. 9th. pa last mcinth.Thank Smith, Philip Smith, Earl D. bur future is going to be building a more diversified economy high school seniors are with. for the next year. freshman
This enables the team to show Clark and visitors, Miss Dollie determined! not only by the leaders and many business men. in 35 miles of a Florida state The plan will be for FAUto years. : he
at the University of Florida Clark, Miss Louise Thomasonand of industry and business! industrialists and educators junior college. This figure is be sort of an honors pro- "I see no advantage.
said "to the the univer
March 23 when the ten high dairy You, ALL. Mrs. Lester. here but also by every individ. among whom are my fellow expected eventually to rise to gram for average students. state.
in Florida. The omens members. are equally I Iaware schools what is sity. or the people themselves
teams will compete. Out of this ual living Council[ 99 per cent. Many give
Lots are selling extra in competing with our junior
will come the oairy team to represent Hold Meditation are auspicious. because th<> of this need. They can be called honors programs for "
Florida at the National fast in sunny. . state's leadership recognizes the stymied in their efforts to build The State's east coast, said their brighter pupils. Average colleges

Dairy Congress in Waterloo. PARK. "The Scene in the Garden"will challenge and the bright possibility -:an expanding and thriving future Dr. Kenneth Rast Williams, students, Williams believes.
Iowa. The Tampa Tribune will TROPICAL be the topic of the second ahead. unless! they have the whole hcart- FAU president, is saturated I have more ability for independent Flowers For AH Occasion

sponsor the team.: ,.......,Eddie CIinQ1wL'urniture Lenten meditation chosen by Most thoughtful citizens realize p.1 support of all the citizens of with junior colleges from Vo- learning. ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
Pastor \V. J. Hoerger of Grace that until this decade Floridawas ho state.If lusia to Dade counties. Under "Many students are aver

Lutheran Church, St. Cloud Wed heavily handicapped in its we can become instilled with the present plans, a half dozen age,' said Williams, "because

Kissimmee 1 Store nesday eve n in g. 7:30 p.m.. efforts to diversify its economy. a spirit of cooperation instead of of these junior colleges! they haven't been stimulated.*'
March 6. The state produces very little criticism of courage to realize will feed students to Florida The new university will 25 MOAftWAY MMS91

23BITelephon.roadway The Women's Guild will meet fosil fuel and is not endowed he potentials that the space.age Atlantic, which will have no open with some of the latestof ..
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Thursday. 2:00 p.m., March 7.Hostesses : with sources of hydraulic power. has brought us. we will. I feel freshman or sophomore class scientific methods availableto
e 847-4411 for the afternoon The geographical location ,that be on the threshold of the brightest students.
are blesses us with sunshine has also happiest era that Florida es.Williams sees FAU's growthto One of these is the information TERMITESSWARMING
A complete free interiorto decorating service planned :Mrs. Arthur Jarvella and Mrs. haul retrieval center, which
Louis Schlote. meant that there is a long has ever enjoyed. a "superior university.
fiom Florida to the nation's ma- Major reasons are that the incoming amounts to a computor which ?
suit pocketboo k. Featuring Name Brand Pastor Hoerger announces an
your jor markets. and this has minimized students will be more will supply biographical information
Adult instruction class on the
of bulky manufactured GardenClub mature and stable (most per- along with summar
Furniture Bedding A goods. sons drop out of college the ies. Rather than pour for 1i '

Rugs Lamps and Drap:ries. will meet Sunray, March 10 at Thus, the entire state has been NewsWhen first two years), and, Williamssaid hours over a card catalogue,
4:00: p.m. at the chapel. This is the student uses a computor
heavily dependent on tourism and "by their junior year,
(Evening Appointments) an organizational meeting. All card to complete biographical
on agriculture. Tourism Is one most students have made get ,.Jtcat.
are welcome to attend. .of the finest industries in the buying fertilizer. have some sort of intelligent choiceof information. /'di'CALL
wondered what the fig
you ever "
world producing clean, green goal.
ures 6-66, 4-7-5 4-6-8 stand for The School also will havea
beautiful towns and cities. And Williams envisions the new
the rolling miles of fine citrus It stands for the ration of tA3 school which will open Sep- learning resources laboratory -
three major plant foods: in that which will include educational -
tires throughoyi central Tlorida first tember 1964 as a "center for I for the sake of your home
mixture. The
I are just one proof of the desirability particular learning," rather than possess- TV machines for programmed
stands for the amount of nitro
of agriculture as an im ing faculty for teaching. Since learning and taped
element of gen the second phosp.iorus. and students will be more mature, lectures. A student, for instance

portant However. this dependence any economy.of the third. potash.L' Trace elements. ._I they will be given more re- will be able to dial 847.3489FIATUiS
are important: 100, sa lOOK
the state on tourism and agriculture listed.It lUI' -
.. see that they are
Florida historically
is the time to fertilize everything -
vulnerable to vagaries of the shrubs
lawn, plants
I weather and national and inter- -
and trees. I
SAVE national fluctuations over which Now is a goodS time too to''
the citizens of the state have lit- air layer croton and dracena PRICE

I lIe control. plants if they have become leggy
WHERE YOUR Now, with the coming of the Not only will you have new

space-age to Cape Canaveral but the will
EARNS plants parent plant
MONEY _ and with nIl the electronic and
become bushier. In fact this can GENERAL ELECTRIC
industries linked
other related
be done now with most scrubs.
with the limitless future that lies Work on the flower show is
in the air. Florida stands an exccllent progressing, the schedule will DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR

: 4 H. chance of creating that soon: oe released tie: classas are, _

% diversified economy the state exciting and it is hoped a good i DIQI..D -. .

has so long needed. response will result. More on I .
The chief obstacle as I see this later. 1-

&-' PER \ it. is the resistance to change ot Thursday. March 14th markstwo -- .
: Egg
individuals and the fear of '
S __ some circle meetings. The Hibiscus .___ t 'Moftc Conier H f <_
p DIVIDEND _ new industry that has been demonstrated Qrcle will meet wits Miss -- -
I by some men and women Louise
Elon Guica, Palna whose fortunes are linked Mrs Butter Compartment; Automatic
COMPOUNDED AND Tnomason co.-mste
I [ Inferior LightTwoFfcxGridkeTray
wiih tourism. -
Cor win Bennett will lead a discussion -
I PAYABLE QUARTERLY] The airline I work for. National on the upcoming fl3wirshow : : : --
Airlines. is the only Florida- "Tnat's wnat I like about Protective Door Stop ,' ?
chartered and 1\liami-based trunk the South" presented by the local ,
airline operating in the state. club. Tneir meeting is scheduled : -

We are very heavily dependenton for 2:30 pjn. :

tourism. and we would cringeat The Rose Circle meeting will

the thought of any development be in the form of a field trip. $19995With

that would hurt the tourist traveling to Leesbarg to tour the
t industry.But Florida Nursery. 1lember5ill I 7-M3io* refrigerators

it is my firm belief that meet at the Hart Memorial Library I* via ten yean Trade

one of the most important stimulants at 9:00 ajn.. and tnea I r longer. QUALiTY, TA212W
to tourism will be the proceed to the nursery. Toe

;:: ___ building of numerous widely div 6I'CUPliiU have coffee on the I
ersified industries throughout the Patio. following; the tour. '
,: FIRST FEDERAL state. The great tourist centersof Now is the time to- 'I

S the nation are centers of busi- Plant Gerbera daisies. Tiey

: Savings and sociationaf'OSOEOLA COUPJTYCLOUD ness New York. San Francisco like alkaline soil. full sun, plenty I PARKS FURNITURE CO.

..ME. s and Lcs Angeles. Men and women of water but with a' good run
,; who travel for business and

:: .= slay on for a visit as tourists off.Start your bean hamper. hy- I

make a stable and dependablecore droponic tomatoes. Sao: it will KISSIMMEE Sri,. CLOUD

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6 The Kissimmee Gazette, Klssimmee. Fla., Thurs. .March 7, 1963 I i Amphibian {[County Real EstatSales'Announced I l Small' Claims Court

": [ I II I Schedule Announced. .
": 1:
Winn Dixie Starts ) > \i 7"r'.7 -"m be
\ ' I L William O. Boyd and wife to John The Small Claim Oo rt.n
: 5. Barrett. Orlando. 1000. I
I : Tuesday
Joe E. Barber and wife to Car? regular session eacfe
Scholarship FundA tltlltllWIl'l Melton and wife. St. Cloud. J1.200 at 9:30 a.m. in office* on ttie
Martha Webb and James W. hous*.
Webb to Thurman Rid dell and wife, third floor of the court
Melbourne Beach. $600. Persons before tht'court
scholarship loan fund permitting , who have been admitted to the Martha Webb and James W. may appear attor-
inconsideration Webb to Luclan 41len and wile with or without
deserving students to attend college will have preference
Kt'nansvtlle.1.200.. .u1t*
Forms for ftttng
the University ol South Florida for loans. Other By BETTY EBY Paul E. Ferrero. acting federal ney. John B.

nere has been established through qualified applicants may be considered housing commissioner to Clayton obtained from Jute
H. Jones and wife. Kissimmee. no the lOsdmmee
the joint efforts of citizens ol in the absence of sufficient state stamps Hudson or from of Com-

Gadsden County and the Winn- applications for Gadsder Paul E. Ferrero. federal housing and St. Cloud Chamber
I commissioner to Robert L. Eby
Dixie Stores Foundation students. Jr and wife. Kissimmee. no state merce. .

It will be known as the James Loans will not exceed $500 per This week's birthday list in spent several very pleasant days. stamps.Paul E. Ferrero. federal housing About 1.330 acne ilHrhave illebaW aecord-
Love Memorial Scholarship Fund student per year. Applicants maybe cludes Wm. O. Taylor, Walt Jim Taranow of Philadelphia commissioner to Gordon Gene Roth to been warrantyMirtln sold for dud. recentlY re-

honoring the memory of James new first year students whose Hutcheson Mary Smith Murray visited friends here this past : stamps.and wife. Kissimmee. no state Ing a and In-

Love, chairman of the Board ol I high school rank was in the upper: Overstreet Jr., Demo Brown, weekend. Jim was a regular win- WATER SPEED TESTS Seagoing cargo carrier now under Lola A. Nichols and husband. : .G and t.dlvMually. his U trtea wife have Mld
Control during the it wa 40 percent or students enrolled IE ter resident here for several Stephen L. Ogler and wife, OthelloT tocaw* on the east
years Betty : Boy, test for Marine Corps could play a major role in future amphIbious Ogler and wife t(', Wlllard H. the property Gen-
planning the University of Soutl: the University whose grade poin Fred Barker, Adelaide Gardner years. warfare. The vehicle a high speed craft that can move Ogler, St. Cloud. 7000. side! of fiwy,. MIamI.. 441 to wording CanyEera to the

Florida and a member of the average is 2.0 or better. Bill Cheek. Eleanor Burk, Roy tons of supplies 35 miles an hour on water or land was developed John J. Robertson and wife to deed.Corp
Charles Kis -
S. Hoffman and wife.
Winn-Dixit I' "The of the citizens by Ingersoll Kalamazoo Division of Borg-Warnet' Corp. Other real _tatte*ftS&dtons recorded
board of directors of generosity I Hansel Isabell Bartholomew, Mildred simmee. $900. included:
Thrift Club Met At Called the LVW (for landingvehicle, wheeled) It is 14-ton In Rays office
Stores. I of Quincy and Winn-Dixie is Jaco Ell Sprinkle, Mike a John J. Robertson and wife to W. J. Nelson an*. wife to David
boat with Charles S. Hoffman and wife. Kis
planing hull retractable rubber-tired wheels Kissimm'
The fund represents contribu I an expression of admiration for I Hansen, Marvin Driggers Gary Livesto PavilionThe and is powered by a 1500 h.p. gas turbine engine. With a water- simmee..C$900.Dora *A.1.400.Jewell and wife.

tions totaling $11,000, half ol I and devotion to James Love. I I Philips Jan Rogers, Ken Murphy borne range of more than 180 miles, the highly-maneuverable LVW and husband Schmoock St. Erma minimum Joers David R. Mutter and wife Kilsimmeeifge to La)

which was contributed by Gads am proud to have been associ. : Sonny Lawson Ronnie Thrift Home Demonstration can skim across the water carrying loads up to 10,000 pounds stamps. J. Barber and wife.

den citizens. and half by the I ated with him in his efforts tc I Mann Frances Suhl. Debbie Seal- Club met at the Livestock from ship to shore or between ships. Peter Melvin Branch and and wife.wife, G. Haaettk. and wife to
which I further education in Florida pavilion Tuesday afternoon. with Earnest J .hn W. Rutted,.. Daveapol't. S400
Winn-Dixie Foundation for higher li, John Muller Joe Overstreet Cloud. minimum stamps. Darlington A. W.*..r and wife
the Quincy State Bank, of which ," said John S. Allen, president Jack Allen. Mickey Yates, Bob 16 members present. Elks William Howard and'wife South to lo Margaret E. P'eIree.. St. Cloud.
I To To Play'At Russell and
Auxiliary Symphonette
Mr. Love was chairman of the of the University. Cody, Raleigh Rolls Teada Top- Following the opening of the Portsmouth. Ky.. $7.500. W.Alexander 500. D. Hall Jr. and wifeto
Contributors from Gadsden Maxine Du- meeting by Mrs. Lucy Hamlin Chester W. Barber and wife to NIebobOn. William i-
board, has been appointed depos I pino, Dawson Larry Install OfficersOn Woman's Club Ernest E. Keener and wife KIs- Helen SUttery J
itory. County were C. W. Thomas Jr., jjree, Ellen Bath Ed Rohde Mrs. Elsie Platt gave the devo- fclmmee. 18000. G Jr.SUttery.. minimuM and Charles amp .

The fund, to be administered Thomas L. Maxwell C. R. Shaw, Cole Overstreet Fred Dyer, .tionals. Wednesday March thirteenth On Monday March U, at 8 Louis Ruscito and wife B. M. Slattery Helen Slattery' Wcfcotopn. William -

by the university, provides that Jr., Lillian C. Love Love and Pauline Payne, Mrs. Fred Usher. It was reported that Mrs. Jes- the Ladies Auxiliary of the p.m. the Ksshnmee Svtrtpho- $800.Fred Toms and Paul G Jr.Slattery.and wife and to Charles Alexander J

students from Gadsden County Curry, Mrs. Mary G. Munroe, Best wishes to each of you. sie Green has returned to her Kissimmee Elks will install new nettes will present a program of James Whitted to Ollie Jones and Slattery D. Hall St. Clovd. minimum

:First Federal Savings & Loan Association Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Marburger home from the hospital and that officers for the coming year popular music at the Kissimmee wife Sunshine, minimum State stamps.Land and Development stamps.

Christian Science I of. left this week to return to their Mrs. Ethel Hoffman is a patientat with Mrs. Paul Smith, Past Woman's dito. 'There will be no Co. Inc. to Scott A. Totley.F .and Oscar wife.H.Intercession Adanw to A.ClC)L. 13500 Evans:
Va. $500.
dance P. Gadsden.County'l home at Mt Olive. Illinois after the Orange Memorial Hospital.The President, conducting the cere admission 'Charge but a donation Fairfax. A'Abbott and wife to William Malvin EngUnder and wife toMartin

SocietyEach I Gardner spending several days visitingMr. club will sponsor a play monies. Mrs. Cora Gaylord will- may be made to the Rheumatism R. Brown.' Jr.. and wife. St. Cloud. stamps.Dr. Genet. Trustee. MiamI. mInImum -

Wedneaclay 8 p. m. I pany.. William and Mrs. J. L. Hutchinson.Mr. Tourist Troubles" at the March be installed as the auxiliary'stenth and Arthritis Foundation.The minimum stamps. E. F. Thompson and wife to

; 309 N. Randolph I i Duys Lea Tobacco Company and Mrs. Norwood Gay '19th meeting of the KissimmeeAll president and the mesdames Woman's Club will elect Credle Guy and L. Congden wife. N.Y.Edward. $2.600 T. Mary R.T.Ward Ward 3rd... trustee Lakeland for mini William -

I itmatj Scnrkts . . . 11 .... I Love Leaf Tobacco Company and and daughter are visiting Mrs. States Tourist Club. Frank C. Bro>les4 J. officers for the coming year at Opal Hoffmelster to Clarence W. mum stamps.

h...' $c.... . . . 9:30 .... : Quincy State Bank. Gay's mother, Mrs. Ellanore Plans were 'completed for the Frank Godwin, and Melvin Smith the regular meeting April 2nd. Reed J. I.and Klslak wife Mortgage love and affection.Corp. of Mrs. Charles A. Davis to Grace

I \Also contributing to the Fund Jowers and her grandmother Spring dinner at the communityhouse will become vice-president, secretary The new president will be installed Florida to Neal J. HardY Federal Irene Richardson. $1.000. and
Housing commissioner S. W. Speer to S. W. Speer
t I were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Mrs. John L. Overstreet. Nor- March 27th at 6:30; p.m. and treasurer respectively. at that same meeting. All no statestamps. James A. Speer as trustees of Helen

SAND ROCK Fisher of Palm Beach. wood received his discharge from i It was voted to extend the election -I The new Board of Directorswill other officers will be installed at A. U Bodiford and wife to Harold Speer trust. Orlando minimum

MORTAR MIX the U.S. Navy last week and I of officers to June to con- be composed of the mes- the May 7th annual luncheon.The nice C.minimum Woodall stamps.and wife. Klssim. ktaropsS: W' Speer to Inez B. Smart and

STEEL & WIRE MESh plans to enter the University of form with the rest of the state's dames Herbert J. Bernholz, workshop of District 7 of Harold C. Woodall and wife to husband. Orlando. minimum stamps
A. 1. Bodiford and wife Orlando, S. W Speer to Kugene M. Speer
Miss Hansell Tells Florida next semester to continue club work. Marty Tindall A. L. Kerr Tom the Florida Federation of Wom minimum stamps.
his studies. Miss Marilyn Dietrich gave an Bumby, .John Knowles and Paul an's Clubs will be held here on Sarah J. Dissing to Edgar H. *lfe. and Barbara Ann Brame. Orlando -

Final Wedding PlansMiss Marion and Ellis Davis had a interesting talk and demonstration Smith, plus Mrs. Jack C. White, May 14th. It will be an aU day $8.000.Thompson and wife St. Cloud Helen. minimum Spear to at.amJll.S. W.! Spear and

regular homecoming' at their-Se on fashions and fabrics. the immediate Past President.As meeting. Detailed plans will be Claude Leroy Avery to Mary E. James A. Speer .s trustees of Helen
Mary Hansell is announcing will Jarman. St. Cloud. $8,000. Speer Trust. Orlando. minimum
Lessons on reupholstering later.
bastian last week when announced
final for her a gesture appreciationfor Robert C Horsley and wife to>> stamps.
plans weddingto Marion's sisters Mrs. Ida Keel- be given at the livestock pavilion the assistance given them by Ate part of the American Federation Eunice M. O'Connell. Kissimmee Anthony Montague to William C ,
Horde. Miss Portsmouth. 0.
Douglas Rodney and wife.
I I 6500. Bradney
of Gainesville and March to "StrengthenThe
Hansell is the daughter of Mr. ing Cresap the auxiliary during the past program Clara E. Moody Dickson to Clarence $800
Mrs. Elizabeth Jack of Jacksonville r Delicious refreshments were Kissimmee Lodge 1973 invites Ann of Liberty", Jack' Cur- R. Leffier and wife Colom- Marie Klelngarn to Arthur H.
KISSIMMEETRANSITMix and Mrs. W. Edward Hansell and year wife. St. Cloud. $3.000Velma .
served at the close of the meeting the Woman's dub bus. Ohio. $350. Auston and
and her nephew. Dr. OscarK. rie spoke to W. Ren-
members and to James
I all
auxiliary Clara E. Moody Dickson to Rich.
Mr. Horde is the of Mrs.
son Moore of New York City visIted by Mrs. Pearle Snyder and husbands dinner at their regular meeting March5th. ard Lantz and wife. Amanda, Ohio neker and wife. St. Cloud. $400
their to special -
Maurine Horde of Nashville.The a Mac Dlarmld and wife to
Alex A.
with them. Mrs. Jack returned Hilpa Pryor. He teaches a course on
Phone 847-3524 ceremony will take placeon in the club dining room at R. B. Bender and wife to Deward I James W. Renneker and wife. $500
; to Kissilmmee with the of Americanism. Communism at Clifton and wife, Kissimmee $700. Neal J. Hardy. Federal Housing
Thursday March 14, at four Davis' for a longer visit. seven o'clock on the evening Osceola High Sdhool.Gasoline First National Bank In Ft. Lau..j 1 'Commissioner_to Russell: M:: Sperau
o'clock at the First Baptist I the installation. In acknowledging derdale to Victor H. Eskanas MI. and wife Kissimmee. no stamps.
Rev. and Mrs. Maurice Grigsby OHS Track Team sift minimum stamps. Neal J. Hardy. Federal Housing:
Church with Dr. H. P. Amos celebrated their 43rd wedding the auxiliary's services. Exalted Bernice Shuler to Morris J. Lau Commissioner to Russell M. Sperau
officiating. A program of nuptial ActivitiesOsceola Ruler Bodo Kirchoff says Taxes and wife St. Cloud love and affection and wife. Kissimmee. no state
I anniversary last week. Begin _
I music will be given by Mrs. Mrs. Lottie Carroll is a patientat "It has been a great personal On IncreaseState R&I Co. to Robert S. Thurber and MHeien Crabb Sellne and husband
Cecil Tyner organist and John High School track activities pleasure for all of us to have wife Kissimmee $700. end Marvin H. Saline to First .Na-
the Kissimmee of Midland. Tex. as
I Hospital.Mrs. Arthur Partin and wife to Lawrence tional Bank
Jamison, soloist. Candles will be Henry Farriham has returned began yesterday when had our ladies' help and sup- Comptroller Ray E. Alton Partin and wife Kis trustee. minimum stamps
lighted by Misses Sandra and they: met Lakeview here at 4 p: port for the many activties of Green reported yesterday that simmee. 5000. B. C. Drullner Sr. and wife to
I from Miami where she Morris R. Drullner and wife. High-
Susan Warden. The bride will be The track meet will be twelve months. With.. Agnes McCarthy as
m. next the past gasoline tax collections for trix, to Jackson W. Ross and wife land Park. Ill.. 125.000.

given in marriage by her father. held Thursday, March 14, at out their financial generosityand the first six months of the St. Cloud. $7.400. Clifton Butts O Eddy and ,wile and,wife St. to Cloud Andrew
Lizzie B. Clark to Helen G Jackson
I Wedding attendants will include Ft. Meade at 4 p.m. without their unstinting will- : current fiscal year totaled Kissimmee love and at'ectlon 5.500.

Miss Alice Parker as maid ol The Track letterman are Danny ingness to serve our lodge, it I $64,017,156 an increase of $3- Ada Cant to Ollle Thompson. Kis- Ethel and Jones Minnie Klsslmmee Lee Dun-love

($ honor and Miss Judy Tindall and Lackey, sprints, broad jump; would have been impossible for 874,681, or 6.44 per cent over simmee. minimum Rouse and stamps.Frank wife to W1H1< can and aflectlon.

Miss Cynthia Robertson as brides- Bob Magnaghi, relays, sprints; us to successfully arrange such the same period for fiscal S. Kirkland and wife Dover. $850 Clifton G. Eddy and wife St. to Cloud.An-
GuidanceViewpoint wife
C. Hornsby and wife to drew Butts and
dinner rendetvost maids. Lucius Williams Jr., will Ed Hafrell hurdles, sprints, relays special events as our tenth an- year 1961-62. Grady Lewis and wife. Rockledge 55.500.
Smartest luncheon or act as best man and usher- ; Lou Tarcai, shot; Jim niversary celebration. Indeed, The Comptroller also said $600.. William A. Carter and wife to Robert C.
in Central Florida. Deb.gktyour ( trustee for C. -
Susie Elselsteln to Robert A. Fisk,,, Robert Mathis.
family . honor your guests groomsmen will be Davis Bate- Wells, Pole Vault, relays: ; Les our lodge program of family that December collections bas. St. Cloud minimum stamps. Mathls and Ted R. Barker Orlando

. by bringing them to tfci trulyuuiqui man and James Purcell.A I Sullivan high jump relays; Bill participation is realized thanksto ed on November business tot. Edward: a;. Barber and wife tc minimum stamps.iMgaae wife to. 1

dining-ream. _' _?. .. reception will follow the cere- I ...., '' WILLIAM ._. ..Warapole vault, ge1ayst.Gene our ladies."'*' -''K;;'''.. "" *: 1\'i\',. aled.' $10,810,966, ,an c increase cuse.George N.Y.P.. Pullen$800. -and* -wife Lyre- Wnnam A.JC.Oartw Boorde OHando.aDd minimum *
V.- G.rn... h "= mony. All friends of the young By Rolls. distance. mid'Ue distance; of $574,396 or :>.33 per cent Three Lakes Ranch Inc. to Southern stmpe.Laster .
C... U.... =. couple are invited to the weddingand Recently, Ashley Montagu tin over the same month in 1961. Bell Telephone and TelegraphCo. Plfcett and wife to Board
and Bruce'Vhitewolf., distance. Eastern Star To .. 4300. jt Public Instruction of Osceola
LL1O/t famous biologist and anthropologist -
I reception. December collections drop
( Thomas A. Petts and wife to County. SSOO.
made a speech at the Uni- ped slightly under November Henry Klngsbury and wife, Alplna.
i1 versity of Florida about the new Initiate Members Mich., $500. '
I. ... Ursr$ .r I Betty Paulk Circle collections. The decrease in Ben H. Stalnbaek and wife to
LM'" Ora.4. .4 II Moose Lodge To nature of human nature. He Kissimmee Cnapter No. 62, dollars was $58,912 or one- Roscoe Jewell and wife, Kissimmee. South Trail

stated the idea that "love" is Held.LuncheonThe half of $400.G..
CES, will initiate new membersat one per cent. H. Prather and wife to Ryder
Hold Oyster SupperAn the most necessary need of man- a stated meeting March 12, Truck Rental Inc.. Orlando. $3,000 DriveInOrlando
nature that he Blue Steel Tool Corp. to Jake and
Have Peace dnd. The new Betty Paulk Circle of the at 8 pjm. in the Masonic Templeon ) Mildred D. Klndsfather, APO. N.Y..

: oyster stew dinner will be spoke about was that people who First Methodist Church met I Dakin St. The Cnapter will fVVVVVVVNone $500.Murray
W. Overstre Jr.. as administrator -
in all of his aspects Florida
Of Mind served Saturday at 7 p.m. in study man Monday noon at the bungalowfor also honor the Worthy Matronsof CTA. to Otis C. Wheeler ,
I the St. Cloud Moose Lodge No. have decided that feelings of positive a covered dish luncheon and District No. 13. All members St. Petersburg. $5,000. BBBHBBBBHBI
all Lionel Sleeman and wife to Er.
affection are needed by
With regular monthly meeting. There and friends are cordially invited.'A nest E. Ashley and wife. THURS.. IRISAT..
a Compact 2026.This people. rehearsal has been called Ohio. $5,900.Hugh AlUanCe'j
is for all Moose were 19 members and three \ S. Rummell Jr. March 7-8-9
chose to call this positive -
and their guests. I I guests present. for all officers on March 11 at R. Henschen and wife, St. Cloud. 7PJW.Ta .
Phone .
Color affection love. Psychologists .
Hearts are played at the Moose Following the luncheon Mrs. 7:30 pjm. in the Masonic Temple 4500. tet Con Allre"
to Walter E.
and others have known for a Anthony Montague
Lodge every Friday night. The time that each individual Bertha Papenhagen presided at building. Rumph and wife St. Cloud $800. Glenn Ford

public is welcome. long affection. Studies the business session and led the of us can ever forgel Edward E, Ford and wife to Bar- 9 PJtf.

which I has the have need for recently been completed devotions, using as her topic, Miss Guice HostsThe the prayerful words: "Give us City ney P.12000.Toole and wife. Intercession "Marco Polo" In Seops

discovered that actual "The Minister and the Church". this day our daily bread." To Creed H. Reagan and wife to and color
Barracks 1068 have Hibiscus Circle of the Kis Charles W. Lakin and wife. St. 10:40 P.\(.
of Mrs. Vera Murphy presentedthe millions around the
changes in the formation .
simmee Garden Cub will meet Cloud. $9.800.J. "No Man In An Island"BBHBHHBH
in infants who are program on "The National those immortal words are a Eugene Treesh and wife to
To Meet Friday bones occur at 2:30 Thursday afternoon at Olive M. Treesh and Ronald W.
I deprived of love. Psychiatrists. Council of Churches". need! There Tresh. minimum stamps.
'fIlln the home of Miss Elon Guice reality-a painful
Veterans of World War I, Bar and counselors have The next meeting will be at Rubin Anderson Jr to MillardM. Sl N., MOM.. TUES.
psychologists 317 Pahnway. are other needs too . shelter. Fort and wife. Kissimmee. March 10.11.12Complete
racks 186$ and Ladias Auxiliarywill 1 at the homeof
I the result Of affection being 2:30 p.m. April
seen The wall be discus $5,000.
Ideal extension for any meet 1hi$ Friday evening, withheld from their clients. Most Mrs. H. S. Ayres 304 South sion of program entries for the flower . clothing . educational David C. Williams and wife to. Show in Scope
Ray Rigsby and wife. and Color
room Mardfr 8th, and every second Fri,, of the mental problems of our Clyde Ave. show. Special attention will be and technical facilities to Billy, $1.000.Daniel P.M.

day evening 'o! each month at time are very probably a direct given. to classes in the artistic assist those who want to be R. Frank and wife to
and wife Florence "BARABBAS"whfaAnthony
size of regular Waymon
Half the a
7:30 pjn.AH result of people either not being division. able to help themselves. The Villa. $500. Quinn

phone eligible veterans and ladiesare offered or not being able to accept I churches of America send aid Fred C Englehard and wife to
First Time
( )
wife. St.
attend. Meetings. Ernest De Cracker
urged to ol I
Dial glows in the dark positive expressions to the needy overseas throughout Cloud. $6.000Anthony 9s tO PJH. Only
are held at the Orange Gardens warmth and regard. SEE US FOR ALL TYPESGUARANTEED Montague to Dallas D "1 Thank A Fool"
the When Van 0.. $900. I
your Leslie Wert
Add A Phone "Adds A Community Building, 7144 George People do not live alone. They year. Nancy' Ziegler to Betty Z. Snaman'' with Swan forward

Lot Of"For Street. are a part of a group made up church appeals to you to helpon and Kathryn Z. Simmons. Wexford I nnamBMBLWEDNESDAY

of individuals with needs and desires Sunday March 24, give Pa.Stella. Love Messer and Ethelyn A. Me -

colors, costs call 'Rose Circle To MeetThe very similar their own. But generously.Moke ONE GREAT ser and Margaret L. Myers. $1.900L. ONLY
Lutrell and wife to William March 13
because of unpleasant experiences HOUR OF SHARING your Snedecker and wife. Beaver Falls I
., 7-1.0-JO PM.
Circle Kissim.
Rose of the
Telephone need to protectone's
and feelings of a handto Pa.. $300.
mee Garden dub win meet self often shy away hour to offer a friendly Luclan W Elliott and wife to 1 The Hangman
CorporationKissimmee Thursday. March 14th. 9:00: am. from expressing their real feelings those overseas who desper- mee.Richard$1.000.Henry C. .Curry and wife. Klsslm I Robert Taylor

: at Hart Memorial Library and, or or believing that others ately need your helpl t tVVVVVVVV'V O Partin and Sons Inc to I I 9 P.)!. Only

Business then proceeu to Leesburg to 'tour are friendly and interested in Southern Co..Bell$1.200 Telephone. and Telegraph -,: "The Last Voyage

Office 847-3151 the Florida Nursery. them. For a person to be men. Elmer Ide to J_ J Redditt and Robert Stack
Coffee on the Patio will follow it Is wife. Osteen. 8000.
and emotionally happy
tally S. A. Pinker to Stephen A Pink
t ine tour. essential that he be able to express WORK AND : er. Kissimmee. Love and Affection r

his feelings. Even if the

feelings are anger or frustration THE LOWEST PRICESINTOWN..TRYUS -

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_ ter to give them some kind of I .

expression than to let them remain GAMBLINGWITH . '

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that gives us a sense of belonging -
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.. ..- wife who prefers- u for co,k. world of life. I Pastor, Lecturer, Evangelist 5' i
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1 Kissimmee Fla. Thus., March 7 188 7
Gazette ,
'. IN THE COUNTY JU DUE'S become void according to law. NOTICE TO DEFEND TEREST IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN FLORIDA. should not be forfeited pursuant to The Kissimmee ,
i COURT. OSCEOk COUNTY This the 4th day of March. 1963. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBEDPROPERTY LAW NO. said Chapter. Should you fall to I i I
a/ CARL W. REIDEL NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN : file claim as herein directed. Judg-
IN RE: ESTATE OF Executor of the Estate of AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. YOU. AND EACH OF YOU are i STATE OF FLORIDA ment will be entered herein againstyou
OLIVE V MAXSON. deceased. Ruth Welbaum. deceased. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY hereby notlfed that the above described "a. In due course. Persons not per- ITS NO SECRET
I NOTICE OK INTENTION TO Murray W. Overstreet Jr. LEONARD WILLIAMS. property has been seized. ONE 1945 WILLYS JEEP. sonally served with process may I
M4KK APPLICATION FOR Attorney for ExecutorP. Plaintiff, VS. ALMA WILLIAMS. under and by virtue of Chapter MOTOR No. CJ 2A 11266. obtain a copy of the petition for
FIXAL. BISCIIARGK O. Box 492Klssimmee. Defendant NOTICE TO DEFEND. 562. Florida Statutes as amended, IN FORFEITURE OF THE forfeiture filed herein from the undersigned Dy "RED" LUM
l TO ALL WHOM .IT MAY CON- Florida The State of Florida to ALMA and Is now in the possession of the FOLLOWING DESCRIBED ( Clerk of Court.
: CERN: March 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963. WILLIAMS. You are hereby notified Board of County Commissioners of PROPERTY 1945 W ILL Y S WITNESS my hand and the seal
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a suit In equity for dl- this County and you. and each of JEEP. MOTOR No. CJ 2A 11266 of the above styled Court at KIs-
J That Marjorie Honetor has filed her IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S \orce has been brought against you you. are hereby further notified THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO simmee. Osceola County. Florida, No. 2. happy. They may cook their
final report as Ancallary Adminis COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. by LEONARD WILLIAMS In the that a petition under said Chapter. HENRY CLARK this 4th day of March, 1963. Last week's column pointedout own meals ta their kitchenette -
. tratrix CTA of the Estate of Olive FLORIDA.IN Circuit Court of the Ninth Judi- has been filed In the Circuit Court Klsslmmee. Florida CT.. CT SEAL
V. Maxson deceased; that she has RE: ESTATE OF cial Circuit In and for County of I of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and SGLENN RAY two unique features of (free electricity). Or, they

filed Petition for Final Discharge, WILLIAM A. LONG. Deceased. Osceola. State of Florida and you I for Osceola County. Florida. seek- CLARA CARROLL Clerk Circuit Court Aldersgate's Christ centered may-want to eat in the big
and that she will apply to the Honorable NOTICE OF INTENTION TO are hereby summoned ordered and ing the forfeiture of the saiproperty. Route 7, Box 511 A. Osceola County Florida
O P Johnson. County Judgeof MAKE APPLICATION FOB required and you are hereby directedand Orlando, Florida March 7. 14 2L 1963. retirement and convention cafeteria in the center or
Osceola Count. Florida on the! FINAL DISCHARGETO swer or defenses yourhe Complaintfiled required to file your claim, If center. (1) It is multi-denomi "Hub" of this big, one story
5th day of 1963. for approvalof ALL WHOM IT. MAY CON- herein against you In the any you have and show cause on
same and for final discharge as CERN: above entitled cause. In the officeof or before the 29th day of March. AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS Robert E. HowellIn national; (2) the apartmentsare wheel-like building that will
.. ancillary administratrix CT A of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn 1S63. If not personally served with AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. on an annual rental basis have 168 efficiency apartments -
estate of Olive V. Maxson. de- That Eva Marie Young has filed and for Osceola County. Florid process herein and within twenty HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN-
ceased. her final report as executrix of the at his office in the Court House In (20) days from personal service If TEREST IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN ExerciseArmy that has been approved by the 120 one-bedroom apart-
l This 5th day of March. 1963. Estate of William A. Long deceased Klsslmmee. Florida on or before personally served with process ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED government and must be kept ments and 12 t -bedroom
r MARJORIE HONETOR ; that she has filed petition for the 8th day of April. A.D. 1963. herein why the said property PROPERTY: Specialist Five Rob-
J Hone and that she will to YOU. AND EACH OF non-profit says Uncle Sam. apartments.Each .
Marjorie Ancillary final discharge and to serve a copy of such answeror should not be forfeited pursuant YOU. are
, Administrate CTA 1 apply to the Honorable O. P. John- defenses upon Thacker and said Chapter. Should you fall to hereby notlfed that the above des- ert E. Howell Route 2, Kiss- Those who have looked into apartment has its own
of the Estate of son. County Judge of Osceola Thacker. Plaintiffs attorneys hereIn. file claim as herein directed. Judgment cribed property has been seized. immee will participate with denomina-
Olive V. Maxson. County, Florida, on the 5th day ofApril.1963. whose address Is Box 527 Kis- will be entered herein againstyou under and by virtue of the operation of kitchenette. All utilities are
deceased. for approval of same simmee. Florida on or before said In due course. Persons not per- 562. Florida Statutes as amended, other members of CompanyB tional homes for retirees will paid: Electric heat in winter;
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. and for final discharge as execu- date as required by law. If you sonally served with process may and Is now In the possession of the of the 4th Infantry Division's the tremen- air conditioning in
Attorney for AncillaryAdministratrix trix of the estate of William A. fall to do so. a Decree Pro Con- obtain a copy of the petition for Board of County Commissioners of 4th quickly recognize summer:
CTA Long, deceased. frsso: will be entered against you forfeiture filed herein from the undersigned this County and you. and each of I Engineer Battalion dous difference. In denomi- hot and cold city water (the
Box 492 This 4th day of March. 1963. for the relief demanded In the Clerk of Court. you are hereby further notified in Exercise Timber Line a national homes the retirees best in Florida); house phone:
MARIE YOUNG seal under said
492KissinuneeFlorida / EVA Complaint.WITNESS WITNESS my hand and the that a petition. Chapter.
7, 14. 21 28. 1963. Executrix of the Estateof my hand as Clerk of of the above styled Court at KIs- has been filed In the Circuit Courtof mid-February maneuver in an must first "purchase" their Garbage collection. Automatic
William A. Long said Circuit Court of Osceola Coun- simmee. Osceola County. Florida the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and Alaskan wilderness area. apartment. They range in laundry is in each 'Spoke".
COURT OF THE deceased. the seal of March 1963. for Osceola County. Florida seek-
IN THE CIRCUIT ty. Florida. and lafa this 4th day Specialist Howell's unit will
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Court at Klssimmee. (CT CT. SEAL) ing the forfeiture of the said property price from $11,000 to 27000. of the wheel, as well as a

THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN Attorney for ExecutrixP. ty. Florida, on the 5th day of S/ GLENN RAY ,rjJ3Utr;::; directed be joined by Canadian Army These "purchases" are called"Founder's hobby workroom. Each apart-
AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.IN . O. Box 492 March, A.D.. 1963. Clerk Circuit Court I and claim, if forces U. S. military forces
Fees". And after ment has its own front porch
CHANCERY Klssimmee. Florida NN RAY Osceola. County. Florida any you have. and show cause on
OTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE March 7, 14. 21 28. 1963. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT March 7. 14 21. 1963. or before the 29th day of March. and U. S. Strike Command you have plunked down your and parking space.
NOTICE Is hereby given that COURT. OSCEOLA 1963. If not personally served with units in the cold weather
hard-earned "nest egg" In the Hub there is a library
GLENN RAY Clerk of the Circuit COUNTY. FLORIDA IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE process herein and within twenty you
Court of Osceola County. Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN (20) days from personal service ifpersonally ,traning exercise. About 8,000 must pay $150 to $175 per per- a'T. V. room, a beauty

will on the 18th day of March NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Thacker and Thacker. rRRI FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. served with process )men will participate. month for "rent food parlor a barber shop two
12 o'clock Noon at Osceola AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Attorneys fot Plaintiff herein, why the said propertyshould son per ,
County Courthouse East Door. Klsslmmee. KUslmmee.: Florida FLORIDA.LAW NO. not be forfeited pursuant to I The 25-year-old soldier a and utilities." For a retired more hobby rooms a very

County of Osceola Florida FLORIDALAW NO. March 7, 14 21 28. 1963 said Chapter. Should you fail to .heavy-equipment operator In couple this means that they large lounge, and a 10-bed infirmary
file claim herein directed. Judg-
offer for sale and sell at public STATE OF FLORIDA as
outcry to the highest and best bid- STATE OF FLORIDA IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S vs. ment will be entered herein againstyou the company at Fort Lewis have to shell out $3,600 to $4- and out-patient department -

der for cash. the following described vs. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. 1950 STUDEBAKER ONE TON In due course. Persons not per- ,Wash., entered the Army in 1200 each over and above) for minor illnesses
property situated In Osceola 1948 FORD TRUCK. FLORIDA.IN VAN TRUCK. sonally served with process may 1954.
County. Florida, to wit: ENGINE: No. 87HC142369.IN RE: ESTATE OF SERIAL No. R15-11291 obtain a copy of the petition for February the initial "founder's fee" of and little accidents There are
Lot 3. In Block -D" BESTHIGHLAND RE: FORFEITURE OF THE WILLIAM E. MAXSON. also IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE forfeiture filed herein from the undersigned He attended Lancaster $11.000 to $27,000. play areas for lawn bowling.
WITNESS hand and the seal One can readily see that shuffle board, croquet etc.
according to the plat Thereof recorded PROPERTY: 1948 FORD ONEHALF deceased. PROPERTY: 1950 STUDEBAK my
In Plat Book 1 at Page TON PICKUP TRUCK. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ER ONE TON VAN TRUCK of the above styled Court at Kis-, these denominational homesdo There will be enough to do.
325 Public Records of Osceola ENGINE No. 87HC-142369. MARK APPLICATION FOR SERIAL No. R15-11291 simmee Osceola County. Florida David
County. Florida -. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO FINAL DISCHARGE I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: this 4th day of March, 1963. Hinckley not want their own ministers but no persons will be askedto

pursuant to the Final Decree of JAMES C. BROWN TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- HAROLD JOHNSON (SEAL) ; to retire to these homes.I do anything they don't
Foreclosure entered In a case pend- 103 BONITA CERN: GENERAL DELIVERY s/ GLENN RAY Enters College
ing In said Court the style of KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Clerk Circuit Court have yet to _meet the minister want to do. At Aldersgateyour
That Frances M. Robinson has filed Osceola County Florida 'r who can shell out privacy and independence -
NImiSFEDERAL, SAVINGS AND JAMES J. HURST her final report as ancillary ad- AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS March 7, 14. 21 1963. David Lawrence Hinckley son ? Would ZO'UOU'I. will be respected.
LOAN ASSOCIATION ministratrix CTA of the Estate OWNING. of Mr. James Franklin Hinckley
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA William E. Maxson. also known as HAVING OR CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 3208 Cedar Avenue Kissimmee this "Christianity in action?"
Plaintiff. deceased that she IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN
Aldersgate positively .
AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS has filed Petition for Final Discharge ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. has been accepted for admissionto no
JIMMIE D. WILLIAMS and AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. and that she will apply to PROPERTY: founder fees and is unalter-i David J. Eshleman
BEVERLY ANN WILLIAMS. HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- the Honorable O. P. Johnson Coun- YOU. AND EACH OF YOU, are FLORIDA.LAW NO. David Lipscomb College ably opposed to that systemof
his wife TEREST IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN, ty Judge of Osceola County Florida hereby notlfed that the above described Nashville,. Tenn. Aboard Carrier
and the docket number of which Is ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED on the 5th day of April. 1963. property has been seized STATE OF FLORIDA "fleecing the flock of
number 6416.WITNESS PROPERTY for approval of same and for final under and by virtue of Chapter vs. I I A student at Osceola High Christ." Aldersgate does not
Hand and the Official YOU AND EACH OF YOU, are ancillary administratrix 562. Florida Statutes as amended
my discharge as ONE 1955 FORD TRUCK School Hlnckley expects to grad- J. Eshleman mach
Seal of said Court this 4th hereby notlfed that the above des- CTA of the estate of WilliamE. and Is now In the possession of the ID No. F10D5A21403 require its tenants to turn David ,
day of March 1963 cribed property has been seized. Maxson also known as W. E. Board of County Commissioners of IN RE FOREFEITURE OF THE uate in the spring and will enter all their earthly possessionsover mist's mate second class
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) under and by virtue of amended Maxson. deceased. this County, and you. and each of FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Lipscomb in September for the Foun- USN son of Mr. and Mrs.
GLENN RAY. 562. Florida Statutes as This 26th day of February. A.D. you. are hereby further notified PROPERTY: 1955 FORI5 PICK- to the Aldersgate
Clerk of the Circuit Court and Is now in the possession of the 1963. that a petition under said Chapter. UP TRUCK.ID fall term. He plans to major in dation, as some other "homesfor Oliver G. Eshleman of 2608
Osceola County. Florida Board of County Commissioners of FRANCES M. ROBINSON has been filed in the Circuit Courtof No. F10D5A21403. mathematics. Milton Ave. Kissimmee. is
By: /GLENN RAY. this County and you. and each of Ancillary Administratrix CTAof the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: the aged" demand. ,
Clerk you. are hereby further notified the Estate of William E... foi Osceola County. Florida seek- (JIMMIE) STRIPLING Lipscomb operates on a year- Aldersgate is not "a home serving aboard the attack air

MARTIN FINE that a petition under said Chapter Mexson, also known as W. ing the forfeiture of the said property BOX 597HAINES round basis, and priority in for the aged"; neither is it an craft carrier USS Conciliation
Circuit Court)
in the
Attorney for PlairiMff has been filed E. Maxson. deceased. and you are hereby directed CITY, FLORIDA
14th Floor. Dade Federal Bldg. of the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. and required to file your claim if dormitory reservations is given institution. It is a carefully which was part of the

Miami 32. Florida fox Osceola County Florida. seek- Attorney for Ancillary any you have and show cause on AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS summer quarter students, who selected family of active combined force of 20 ships engaged
March 7, 1963 ing the forfeiture of the said property Administratrix CTA or before the 29th day of March. AND CORPORATIONS OWNING.
and you are hereby directed Box 492Klnhnmee. 1963. If not personally served with HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- are permitted to retain for fall Christians from many denominations in Exercise Saddle

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S and required to file your claim. if Florida process herein and within twenty TEREST IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN winter and spring the rooms who have retired Blanket early in February off
any you have, and show cause on :March 7. 14, 21. 28. 1963. (20) days from personal service if ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED
FLORIDA. or before the 29th day of March. personally served with process PROPERTY: signed to them.Enrollment as-J from their worldly occupations the coast of Southern California. -

IN RE' ESTATE OF 1963. if not personally within served l twenty with IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE herein why the said property You. and eachf you. are last fall was to give more time to .
should not be forfeited pursuant to notifed that the above des-
RUTH WELBAUM.TO CREDITORS Deceased.NOTICY. : personal serviceand If AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY said Chapter. Should you fall to cribed property has been seized. compared to 1426 for 1961. The! the things of the spirit that held .
personally served with process file claim as herein directed Judg- under and by virtue of Chapter dur- The five-day
have been neglected
TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. student is to be limited to may
the said property FLORIDA.LAW entered herein body Feb. 8
herein why NO. ment will be againstyou 562. Florida Statutes as amended I from Feb. 4 through ,
SONS DISTRIBUTEES.HAVING CLAIMS OR DE should not be forfeited pursuant to In due course. Persons not per- and Is now in the possession of the 1450 to 1500 in the years ahead ing a busy business life. mainly with anti-sub-
to dealt
said Chapter. Should you fall STATE OF FLORIDA sonally served with process may Board of County Commissioners of Aldersgate Foundation is a
MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: directed Judg- in the interest of "A Better Nota I
file claim as herein vs. obtain a copy of the petition for this County, and you. and each of marine warfare training. The
You and each of you are hereby will be entered herein againstyou forfeiture filed herein from the ministry to the retired, the
ment 1947 CHEVROLET SEDAN. undersigned you. are hereby further notified Larger Lipscomb", a slogan centered around a
notified and required to present
: operation
In due course. Persons personally ENGINE No. Eaa106983. Clerk of Court. that a petition under said Chapter. elderly and the chronicallysick
claims which or either of last
any you eeihhprocess may WITNESS hand and the seal adopted year. carrier striking force
IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE my has been filed in the Circuit Courtof fast
:>ou.Ruth may Welbaum.have against deceased the late estateof of obtain a copy herein of the from petition the undersigned for- FOLLOWING DESCRIBED of the above styled Court at Klsslmmee. the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and Lipscomb is a churchaffiliatedliberal not as a charity, but ona with its wide range of detection -
forfeiture filed Osceola County. Florida. seek-
basis. Kissimmee
PROPERTY CHEVROLET for Osceola County Florida cost can
Oceola County. Florida to the Clerk of Court. this 4th day of March. 1963. the said arts college operated and strike capabilities.
the forfeiture of prop-
of said at his of the Christ-
County Judge county and the truly be proud
WITNESS my hand seal (CT. CT. SEAL) hereby directed and
Eaal06983. erty, and you are staffed supported by mem-
office In the Courthouse at Kissim-
mee. Florida within six calendar of the above Osceola styled County.Court THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: GLENN Clerk Circuit RAY Court and required to file your claim if bers of churches of Christ Daily ian philosophy of Aldersgate. Cruisers, destroyers subma.
slmmee. and show on
months from the date of the first 1963. ROBERT STROHMAN any you have, cause Tenants are their own boss. rines and logistics ships also
March ,
this 4th day of Osceola County. Florida of March.
6420 NOGALES HIWAY or before the 29th day Bible study for every student is
claim publication or demand of this must In Each writ- (CT. CT. SEAL GLENN) RAY TUCSON, ARIZONA March 7, 14, 21, 1963. 1963. if not personally served with required. Of course they may have vis- were engaged in the opera

Ing and must state the place of sl Clerk Circuit Court process herein and within twenty itors. It's their apartment, tion. The exercise came under
AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (20) days from personal service II
residence of the claimant and must Osceola County. Florida their home and whatever the command of
AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN personally served with process operational
claimant, his
agent ho: sworn or attorney to by the or the same will March 7. 14. 21 1963. HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, herein why the said property SHOP IN KISSIMMEE makes them happy makes us l Commander First Fleet.






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H We gladly; loan a Blue Lustre the Complaint filed herein against In EST TN SAID COUNTY. OR THE matlon be Issued: ( ) ................... .. ..- ....
you In the above entitled cause. TAXABLE PROPERTY THEREIN. PROCLAlATIOSIT GROUP oae.
NOTICE II Carpet Shampooer with pur- REALTORAMALUXURY the office of the Clerk of the CIrcuit OR INTEREST IN PROPERTY TO IS HEREBY announced and FOR ONEt.I ONR For
Court In and for Osceola Coun
Blue Lustre BE AFFECTED THROUGH THE proclaimed that a regular general ece.a
chase of Shampoo.
ty. Florida. at his office In the
ISSUANCE BY THE FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT election In the City of Kissimmee. Adrian Bosh

WOOD TREATING PLANT will Parks Furniture Co. I Court House In Kissimmee. Florida.on COMMISSION. AN Florida will be held during the ( ) .............. ......-.......... .
or before the 25th day of March.A AGENCY OF THE STATE OF legal hours of voting on the 26th I ) . ..., ... .--.-. .....-........
not be responsible for any bills D., 1963. and to serve a copy of FLORIDA. OF THE REVENUE day of March. 1963 at 27 Broadway. GROUP- TWO-:--Vfl-Otr .-e.

other than Charles B. or MaryE. HOME such answer or defenses upon BONDS HEREINAFTER M 0 R E Kissimmee. Florida. for the purposeof FOR CITY COM- IOISER For
Thacker and Thacker. Plaintiffsattorneys
WANTEDKKUIABLK PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED. OR electing a Mayor-commissioner Two-Year Terra W SueeeedciciL
Gonyo. administrator. S1,400Down herein. whose address Is IN ANY WAY TO BE AFFECTED whose term of office shall begin at eeorteR.ftOItk
Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida. on or THEREBY: 8:00 P.M. on the first Tuesday in .
before said date as required by law. You. and each of you the Stateof April .1963 for a period of two" :. .:.Zl"ZZZZZZI"::: : :::.:..
PARTY FOR $88 mo., plus Taxes & Ins. If you fall to do so. a Decree Pro Florida. through the State Attorneys years. and a City Commissioner to SERVICE. FOR POLICE;
ARTICLES AUDKD: INCOMK FOR PART Confesso will be entered against of the Second Judicial CIrcuit succeed George Reynolds. City Commissioner AND FIREMEN
OR FULL TIME WORK I you for the relief demanded In the of Florida and the Ninth Judi- whose present term of AGAINST ( )
WE SKCt'RK LOCATIONSFOR : Complaint. cial Circuit of Florida. are hereby office expires at 8:00 P.M. on the
FOR SALEJ TKSTKRSMaVe $88 mo., plus Taxes & Ins. j YITNESS my hand as Clerk of required to appear before this CourtIn first Tuesday In April. 1963. for a BERrr FURTHER RESOLVED

or female. wanted for this I said Circuit Court of Osceola Count the Chambers of the undersigned period of two,, years. and a City that the City MM**r b*. and hoIs
area to service route for Syl- Corner lot, drive-thru car- I ). Florida. and the seal of said Circuit Judge at the Courthouse In Commissioner to succeed Adrian hereby, authorized and directed
vania & R. C. A. television and I Court at Kissimmee. Osceola Coun Tallahassee. Florida, on the 18th Bovls. City Commissioner. whose to have the necessary' official ballots -
BARGAIN' BARN radio tubes sold through our port, fenced back yard, 2 ty. Florida. on the 19th day of Feb- day of March. 1963. at ten o'clockin present term of office expires pt printed. *ad make all such
Comb. le Zippers latest modern method free self. I ruary. A.D.. 1963. the forenoon and show cause. if 8:00 P.M. on the first Tuesday In other arrangements and do *l.
; 3.r service tube testing and merchandising /GLENN RAY have. why,, the of April. 1963. for a period of two
Broth. 7e; Ear Robs 3e; Shoes huge oak trees, 3 br., 1 baths, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT any you prayers other things M may be neceasan
87e Sorks lie Plll.we units. Will not Inter- the Petition filed In the above years; also submitting civil service for conducting MM eteetton accordIng -
Shirt; SI Pant; SI Dresses 79c; fere with your present employ. screened and I COURT OSCEOLA titled cause should not be grantedand for policemen and firemen to the to law"
; !
; porch large COUNTY. FLORIDA
utility room
$1.50 ment. To qualify you must have the revenue bonds therein des- \oters. > Passed and duly *opUd on the
Unit S3e
; Njrloas 39e
; ; SI.476.60 to $2.953.20 cash available (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) cribed and the proceedings author- All persons possessing qualifications
IUaki 19th day .k P Belt
tes Ue
; ; made into 4th bedroom and Thacker and Thacker. I
I5e; Caps 15c Spreads $2.50 Immediately for inventoryand easily izing the Issuance thereof be validated requisite to an elector In state s/ AL Q
; ;
Attorneys for Plaintiff
Investment se said elections and who have resided In
equipment. and confirmed. revenue loner
Hair Nearly Nrts E.prbod 4e; T-Shirt.Trades at S9e The; cured. Car. :5 spare hours weekly bath. Terrazzo floors, ducted heat, Feb.Kissimmee. Florida bonds to be Issued by the Petitioner the City of Kissimmee for a periodof A TTESi:s Mayor
to $6.000.00 21 28. March 7, 14. 1963. of six months next preceding the
HmrKaln Bar*. Come t* Sibert could net up per herein in th" aggregate sum I CHARLES JACKSON
Mill .Warehouse la Davenport. year in your spare time. shouldbe modern kitchen with built-in Three Million Dollars S3.000.000 21st day of March 1963. and who Clerk to the CotumtMloa
Immediately. Fallow the signs able to start at once. This range IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S to be designated. dated. numbered.In shall have been registered on the Feb. 21. :38. March T. 14. 1963.
BARGAIN BARN. company will extend financial and CB house COURT.. OSCEOLA COUNTY. denomination of, and to matureas registration books of said City according -
Open Week And i assistance' to full time If de oven, garbage disposal, FLORIDA. follows: to law. shall be entitled to
Day Sunday sired. Do not answer unless fully IN RE: ESTATE OF ONA THACK- FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT vote in said regular general municipal NOTICE: OF SPECIALlEGISLATION> ;
qualified for time and Invest- awning windows. Quick sale. Owner ERY TEMPLE. FORMERLY COMMISSION. OSCEOLA COUNTY election.
I ment. Income should start Im ONA THACKERY LAMB. ROAD REVENUE BONDS" to be The Commission shall appoint the TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. mediately. Business set up for moving to St. Petersburg. Deceased. dated the first day of December, necessary clerks and Inspectors to Notice is hereby given of Intention
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John's you. Selling. soliciting. or experience NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 1962, numbered from 1 to 3.000. conduct said election and make due tn apply to the IMS Session of theFlorida of
Is not necessary. For MAKE APPLICATION FOR both Inclusive. In denomination of returns thereof as provided by law. Legislature for passage
Air Conditioning and Heating personal: Interview In your city FLORIDA DISCHARGE FINAL $1.000 each. and to mature In numerical BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED an Act fixing the salary of the
Headquarters. please Include your Phone REALTYCOUNSELORS TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- order as follows. to wit; that this resolution and said election County Judge. as Judge of the
County Court In and for Osceola
Number and WRITE CERN: Maturity Date Amount proclamation shall be published
'. ELECTRONICS: CORP. In tthe Kissimmee Gazette. a County. Florida. and providing for
I S. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1964 $ 100.000
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- 6267 Natural Bridge Edward L. Temple has filed that his 1965 110.000 weekly newspaper published in said the monthly payment thereof b-

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. Pine Lawa 20. Mo. INC. final report as executor of the estate 1966 115.000 City. once a week for at least thirty the County
of Ona Thackery: 1967 120.000 days prior to the date of said Dated at Klwlmmee. Florida on
Temple form-
erly Ona 1968 125.000 election.BE the 4th day of March. 1903
Thackery Lamb. deceased
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. ; that he has flied Petition for- 1969 130.000 IT FURTHER RESOLVED. BOARD OF COUNTY COM-
FAIT 01 FULL TIME WOK 2 Broadway Kissimmee Final Discharge and that he will 1970 140.000 that the form of official ballot to MISSIONKRft OF OSCEOLA
FOR ADDED INCOME be used In said election shall be COUNTY. fLORIDABy
847-3156 apply to the Honorable O. P. John- 1971 145.000
son. County Judge of Osceola County 1972 210.000 substantially as follows to wit: / .
FOR RENTFOR (tillable nun or woman wanted u Florida on the 29th day or 1973 220.000 NO. Chairman
dealers in this art to serv'ictroute March 1563* for aPProval of same 1974 235.000 Official Ballot March 7. 1WSEzma

for the WORLD FAMOUS for a Mayor-commissioner ana two ana for final discharge as executor 1975 245.000 Regular General Municipal Election T Scfceitenfcerg and hu-.
AUA-SEITZER, ANACIN. BUFFERINAND Bargains extra large City Commissioners to be elected [ of the estate of Ona Thackery 1976 255.000 City of Kissimmee hand to FtorMa Telephone Corp
BAYER ASPIRINS sold Make mark ( ) before
throughour Temple formerly Ona 1977 270.000 a cross x S2.800
RENT: 4 room house, completely latest modern vending machine choice home sites. Trailer or City by the of Kissimmee qualified electors In said general of the Lamb deceased. Thackery 1978 280.000 the names of the candidates of your I Malvln EBfttandM* and wife To

furnished Adults no in handy pill-boxes for which this Business. Lots $10 down $8 municipal election; This 21st February 1963. 1979 300.000 choice. Martin Gem MiamI. minimumstrmps.
company secure locations. aggregating the sum of Three Million FOR MAYOR-COMMISSIONER: I
s/ L. TEMPLE 1 .
pets S50 month. Telephone 8472030. Dealerships now being establishedand month. TROPICAL PARK on I and bear- Vote
Executor= of Dollars $3.000.000) one.
the of Ray Newman and wife to John
(). appointed not interfere upon with our acceptance.Will Route 441 in North Kissimmee. for said the offices names shall of all be printed candidates on una .inacxery. Temple Estate in.. Interest- navable seml-annuallV- ( ) .................-...............-.-................... I l; Sanderson and wife. $800
your present on"the, d 'Y-o[ and
formerly Ona first June on
the official ballot who have requested Thackery
employment collect and refill
FOR RENT One furnished I to become candidates by Lamb. deceased. the first day of December of each
: apartment machines. Our will extend
lakefi-ont. some financial company assistance to qu.1ified LEGAL NOTICESIN written petition signed by at least Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. year at the lowest rate obtainable Radio and SALES SERVICE
on Living room. BUT MUST HAVE tweny-flve electors of said City who Attorney for Executor when the same are sold. provided:
bedrooms I persons THETCOURT to vote in said election Box 492Kissimmee. that such bonds shall not bear In- ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
kitchen two ami SI,395.00 t. 2790.00 cash available OF THE COUNTY are qualified six
and all of such shall Florida terest at a greater rate than
bath. Call 847-2187. immediately for inventory and JUDGE. OSCEOLA' COUNTY petitions Feb. 28. Mar. centum (6%) annum or be coMnm HOW rutMBHmesFURNITURE
equipment investment secured. FLORIDA be filed with the City Manager of 7. 14. 21. 1963 per per
sold at such price that the net Interest T V
Must have car, 8 spare hours NOTICE OF INTENTION TO the City of Kissimmee not later
FOR RENT: Furnished 1963. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY cost to the Development Com CO.
apartment weekly could net up to $1.000.00 MAKE APPLICATION FOR than 4:00 P.M. on March 5th.
JUDGE. OSCEOLA mission; shall exceed six per centum P ARKS
per time FINAL
year your spare DISCHARGE
First .floor privale bath able FLORIDA (6%) to the date of the respective maumiiioe > St. Q..4
to start at once Income IN RE: THE ESTATE OF ) each candidate for the officeof
utilities. 703 Emmett Street. should start Immediately selling WILLIAM F. SKINNER ) City Commissioner and Mayor- IN RE: THE ESTATE OF ) maturities thereof. a more particular -
of said
experience not necessary. If fully deceased ) commissioner of said City shall LAWRENCE W. GROSZ. ) description revenue
qualified for time and Investment qualify separately for the particular Deceased ) bonds appearing by reference to
: room
said resolution certified -
WRITE giving Name Address and TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN office for which he Is a candidate IN PROBATE authorizing NORRIS CLEANERS
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- : I copy of Ihs attached to
garage apal tment. Air condi- Phone number for I local personl'intervi.w : as now provided by law.
tionin Screened porch. 16 S. with a company Repre Notice Is hereby given that I have RESOLVED FURTHER. that this CERN: and made a part of the Petition
sentative. filed resolution shall take effect ImmedIately NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that herein. This Rule Nisi Is to be pub-
Moorefield my final report as Executrixof Lydia Grosz has filed her final ''lished in newspapers of general circulation -
Dillingham. Apply HEADACHE-CAR VENDORS CORP. the Estate of WILLIAM F. upon its passage by the City rePOrt -
4747 Natural rUt Commission of the City of Kissim as Executrix of the Estate of published In Osceola Coun -, KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
building, opposite Post Office. SKINNER. deceased; that I have Lawrence W. Grosz. deceased that ty. Florida. and Leon County. Flo '
Pia. Law 20, Me. flied mee, Florida.
petition for final discharge.I she has filed petition for final discharge rida. In form and manner as required -
and that I will Passed and duly adopted on the 103 East Dakin 847.4941
apply to the Hon- Telephone
FOR RENT: 2' bedroom house, orable O. P. JOHNSON County 19th day of February, 1963. and that she will apply to by Chapter 75.06 Florida
Feb. 21, March 1 14, 1963. the Honorable O. P. Johnson. County Statutes. ,
Trailer.No 28. ,
furnished. 1 bedroom Judge of Osceola County, Florida. Judge of Osceola County. Florida -' DONE AND ORDERED at Talla-
pets.-Lots. trailers Rain TYPIST on the 18th day of March. 1963 for on the 29th day hassee. Leon County. .Florida this
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S *- pf March 19631
bow Mobile Homes and Trailer With conveniently your experience type at home you and can approval as of Executrix same and of for the final Estateof discharge COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. for approval of same and for final I! 22nd day W.of Februaty WALKER: A.D. 1963. -, . a
FLORIDAIN discharge as Executrix of the Estate MAY .
Paik. .Michigan, Ave., % mile earn hour. For approximately a charge of only$2.24$1.00.per ceased.WILLIAM, F. SKINNER de RE: ESTATE OF of Lawrence W. Gross de Circuit JudgeA

off Vine! St. past Bowling Alley. I shall send you the complete 1963.This 11th day of February. A.D. LELAH NOTICE I. IMBODY.OF INTENTION Deceased.TO ceased.This 26th day of February. 1963. Attest true: copy ROTHROCK
information. Virginia Toler. Box
MAKE APPLICATION FOR s/ LYDI GROSZ. Executrix Paul F. Hartsfield
Sara E. Skinner
FOR RENT 6-room house. 8 1061. Nashville. Tenn.
: FINAL DISCHARGETO of the Estate of Clerk Circuit Court-
Executrix of
the Estate
Brack St. $60 month. Call Orlando William F. Skinner. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Lawrence W. Grosz. Leon County. Florida
CERN: deceased. By J. B. McCallum. D. C.
8352987.V.. B. Horne. deceased. NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN Brlnson and McWhirter I hereby certify that I have furn- SEPTIC
WANTED: DRY Storage space Attys. for ExecutrixBox That Wayne H. Imbody has filed Attorneys at. Law ished a copy of the foregoing Rule

FOR RENT: Apartments and I for furniture must be accessible 527. Kissimmee. Fla. his final report as Ancillary Exec Kissimmee. Florida Nisi to which was attached a copy
Feb. 21 utor of the Estate of Lelah I. Im Feb. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 1963 of the Petition therein referred. to
houses by week or month. Cot- Building or area size of 14. 28. Mar. 7, 1963. body. deceased; that he has filed William D. Hopkins. State Attorneyfor

ton's Apartments North Or- 2 or 3 car garage would be ade IN THE COURT OF THE COUW11JUDGE Petition for Final Discharge and IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY the Second Judicial Circuit of Culvert Tile for
OSCEOLA COUNTY. that he will apply to the Honor- JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. the State of Florida. and Arthur L. Driveways
ange Blossom Trail. quate. Call 8474387. FLORIDA.IN State for the Ninth
FLORIDA able O. P. Johnson. County Judgeof Steed Attorney
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Osceola County. Florida. on the RE: THE ESTATE OF ) Judicial Clrcul of the State of Florida Septic Tanks-a size for every need.

APARTMENTS FOR RENT: $9, LONGING for a new Easter Outfit MAKE APPLICATION FOR 22nd day of March 1963 for appro- IRENE G. STEWART. ) by mall on this 22nd day of
FINAL DISCHARGEIN vat of same and for final dischargeas Deceased. ) February.. A. D. 1963. Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
$U, $12. per week. Mrs. Paul ? Openings now for women RE THE ESTATE OF ) Ancillary Executor of the Es- TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Benjamin H. Dickens .

Davis. 114 Emmett Street. who want extra earnings showing FRANCIS J. KANE,. ) tate of Lelah I. Imbody, deceased. : Attorney for PetitionerFeb.
deceased. ) This 13 day of January. 1963. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 18. Mar. 7. 14. 1963.
Kitchenettes and trailer Avon Cosmetics. Write IN PROBATETO %l Wayne H. Imbody. Malcolm J. Stewart has filed his 'RESOLUTION 1'\' O. 7-w 15 Years ExperienceK.
: rooms Avon Manager P.O. Box 2005, ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Ancillary Executor of the final report as Executor of the Estate WHEREAS under the laws and
apartments with lake and shuf Estate of Lelah I. Imbody. of Irene G. Stewart, deceased
Fort Pierce. Florida. CERN: ordinances of the City of Kissim C. ROTHROCK owner and operator
deceased. that he has filed petition for final ,
fleboard. By week month or Notice Is hereby given that I mee its general elections are required
have filed my final report as Admx. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. discharge and that he will applyto to be held on the last Tues-
year. Capitol Motel, St. Coud. PBX, experienced also cashier .c.t.a. of the Estate of FRANCISJ. Attorney for Ancillary ExecutorP. the Honorable O. P. Johnson. day In March of each year; and.
Hwy. 441. proofreader some office exper- KANE. deceased; that I have O. Box 492 County Judge of Osceola County, WHEREAS. before any regular
filed petition for final discharge. Kissimmee. Florida Florida, on the 29th day of Marc general election the Mayor-commis
COLORED RENTALS ience. Write 7 East Jackson and that I will apply to the Hon- Feb. 21, 28. March 7, 14. 1963. 1963 for approval of same and for sioner shall Issue his proclamation Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
Ave. Kissimmee. orable O. P. Johnson County Judgeof final discharge as Executor of the signed<< by him and attested the
Brand new duplex-5 room Osceola County. Florida, on the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT Estate of Irene G. Stewart de City Manager, ordering 13Y -

with modem con- : 18th day of March. A.D. 1963: forapproval OSCEOLA COUNTY. ceased. : tion at least thirty days prior to
apartments WANTEDMan FLORIDA. This 26th day of Feb., 1963.
of same and for final discharge the date set for said election;
veniences. *4 mile south of St. or woman to handle Nationally as Admx. c.t.a of the Es- IN RE ESTATE OF Malcolm J. Stewart THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVEDTha PHONE: 847-3524
of John- tate of FRANCIS J. KANE. de BRANTA D. SINCLAIR. Deceased. Executor of the Eatate of the following election prodsGREEN'S -
441 back
Cloud on Watkins Prod
Advertised ceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Irene G. Stewart deceased.

sons' Fruit Grove. $12.50 up ucts in Kissimmee. No Layoffs This 9th day of February, 1963. TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. Brlnson and McWhirter
WN'klvtan: on property or no clocks to punch good profit I Ii Jess Admx.Wilder CTA of Thacker.the Estate of SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- Kissimmee Florida FUEL

Call Orlando 855 7701. i on sales. No investment or experience Francis J. Kane. deceased. MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Feb. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 1963.
necessary. Full or Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. hereby notified and required to present IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Sales and Service

I part time. Write: C. R. Ruble. Attorneys for Admx. eta any claims which you or SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF

SERVICES OFFEREDMEN Dept. M-l P.O. Box 2447, Memphis Feb. 14, 21, 28, Mar. 7, 1963. either estate of of you Branta may D.have Sinclair against the deceased COUNTY.IN FLORIDA. IN AND FOR LEON MOM M7-4172 DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT

2. Tennessee. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S late of Osceola County. Florida CHANCERYCASE 147-4171
? COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. to the county judge of said NO. 18554 KISSIMMO
FLORIDAIN county at his office in the court- FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT Competitively Priced
AND WOMEN NEEDED RE: ESTATE OF house at Kissimmee. Florida WithIn COMMISSION. an Agencyof For Gas Delivery: Phone

WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE REAL ESTATEFOR JOHN C. THOMAS. Deceased six of calendar months from the the State of Florida. Harold Wigal 847-2038) TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
NOTICE OF date the first publication of this Petitioner
No experience necessary, grammar MAKE APPLICATION INTENTION TO notice. Each claim or demand must n. R. A. FMtfor 847-4539
school education usually FINAL DISCHARGE FOR be In writing and must state the STATE OF FLORIDA. et al.. Kenneth Bledsoe HORSE TXAUIXS AND UTILITY TRAILERS
SALE: Nice 65 x 130 lot place of residence of the claimant Respondents. 892-7695 Sf. Cloud
sufficient. Train now at home I and must be RULE NISI BUILT AND REPAIRED
edge of town on Route 527. : sworn to by the
For Gas Service Phone
claimant. his agent IN THE NAME AND BY THE :
for jobs with Security. For details NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN or attorney or
Write or see. G. C dark. 1417 That Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.. the same will become void accordIng AUTHORITY OF THE STATEOF J. 8. RounfrM 847-4062 capleas! .... WsUb. sa..* U Week 6-f-lM<.

send name, address. Winter Park Dr., Casselberry, has filed his final report as Executor to law. FLORIDA: Robert AIM
phone no. to : National Training of the Estate of John C. This the 13th day of February. TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA Emory Branson 847-4570
Fla. drfondo
Hwy. Livestock M rfc.t.
Thomas. deceased that
he has filed
; Leo Girowd 847-2061
Box 931 Kissim
Service. petition for final discharge; and MURRAY W.OVERSTREET. ERTY OWNERS. AND CITIZENSOF R. H. Hall 892-1212 St. Cloud It. 1, lox 2SS-A Klssimn.
meet Fla. BUY FROM THE that he will apply to the Honorable JR. THE STATE OF FLORIDA
GAZETTE ADVERTISERS O. P. Johnson. County Judge of Osceola Administrator CTA of the AND OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLO-- or call H. T. Simmons Mgr.
County Florida. on the 22nd Estate of RIDA. INCLUDING NON -RESIDENTS 847-4819
day of March. 1963. for approvalof Branta D. Sinclair OWNING PROPERTY OR
same and for final discharge as deceased. SUBJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN Robert O'Bwry 847-3219 LOU YOUNG, WELDING

Executor of the estate of John C. Feb. 21... 28. March- .7. 14. 1963 ; ALL PROPERTY OWNERS. R. W. Lossitar 847-3442
Thomas This<< 18th of February. 1963. NOTICE TO DEFENDIN OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMINGANY John Evans, St.Cloud 892-3482 PHONE 847-3898
John C. Thomas deceased. AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA.
Feb. 21. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 1963 STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chancery.FRA."lK .
CAN PULL OUT i. McDONALD. plaintiff -
vs. RUBY J. McDONALD. Defendant -
OF THE HAT METHOD AND TIME OF TIlt State of Florida to
CANDIDATES are hereby notified that a The Original
WHEREAS under the laws and I suit In equity for divorce has been
FOR YOU! ordinances of the City of Kissim. brought against you by FRANK I. BLACK HILLS PASSION PLAYLake ) Recapping
mee. a general municipal election I. McDONALD In the Circuit Court of \&I;
will be held In the City of Ktsslmrnt the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and Wales
AUO Florida ,on the 26th day ol: for County of Osceola. State of Florida 223 S. BERMUDA

March. 1963 said date being on and you are hereby summoned. March 19 1963 PHONE 847-2207
the last Tuesday In said month and. ordered and required to file ,
WHEREAS. It "-ill
be necessary. )Y.ur written answer or defenses tn

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