Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00270
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: March 14, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00270
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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**,J : g.tf1U >' ial Air Show , - Died Cora Gaylord SundayCora

DC Held SundayThe Dixon Gaylord 74. of 310

Iain Street prominent Kissim-

a mee clubwoman passed away
first Annual Orlando- cockpit biplanes are rapidly -
Sunday evening after a brief ill-
Kissimmee National Air Showis and sadly passing out of the I(ness.
scheduled for after- aviation Today there
Sunday picture. p :- Born
12. 1338 in
noon at the Kissimmee Air- are but a handful of the two-
Otsego Michigan the daughter
port, sponsored by the Kiss-, wing ships remaining. of Benjamin Dixon and
RIEDEL TOURNAMENT-John MacGfflivray, pre immee Junior Chamber of, A majority of the people- '- Ella Hop- krru
Dixon she had been resident -
sents the trophies to the winners of the Riedel Mixed Commerce and the local FlorIda attending the Orlando Kiss a

I: Doubles.They are,left to right, Wayne Galbreath and Eva Aero Club, Osceola Chap-!'; immee Air Show Sunday, 'past 50 of this community for the

Billingsley first and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lemenager ter. The show is produced and March 17th will be viewing! She years. _
was a member
of the First
directed by Skyrocket Produc- for the first time an "old I --k I LiH
second. (Photo by Hamrick) ,!Methodist Church, and was a -
tions, Inc., Pittsburg Pa. 1 time" air show. "
past President of
The National Air Show will i All things change. Parentsof the KissimmeeWoman's -

Kiwanis To feature "Jenny's to Jets" in tqday's children . most Club. Current President
Sponsor ;of the Kissimmee Garden dub GRISSOM TOt RNAl\IEl'l-The winners of the Ladies'
two solid hours of thrill packed of whom have never seen a ;
and was to be installed
I breath-taking aerial action. two-wing designed type plane I this week Division of the Grissom Tournament are shown receiving
as President of
The Air Show will be seen but are steeped in jets and I the Ladies Aux- their trophies from John A. MacGillivray president. Theyare

Rally and Supper on CBS' Sports Spectacular supersonic aircraft . will FIRST SOLO FLIGHT iliary 1873.of B.P.O. Elks Lodge Number left to right Laura Hanson and Grace Holcorab, first

March 31st coast to coast. recall the joyous occasion Navy Ensign James S. Mes- Survivors, include sister. and Pearle Snyder! and Marion Rice second. (Photo by
This show has been classedby flocked out to one
every one ser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Hamrick)
In the interest of a more in- to city government and also en- TV experts as one of the the local air patch for the thur). Messcrof Mab- Mary Gardner Kissimmee.A .
formed the Kissimmee the famous Kiwanis finest outdoor attractions in air show. step-daugnter. Mrs. Fred C 1ap-
public joy now bette St., Kissimmee made
; man,
Kiwanis Club is sponsored a fare of Sausage and Pancakes.The the country today as provedby I As was the case in the past the first solo flight as a student nieces Bridgeport and nephews.Conn. Also several Candidates ReadyFor
its high rating. when the whole family went
giant information rally at the five candidates will attend very in Funeral
Like the American Indian out the show the sameis pilot Training services were held at
to see ,
community house on Friday J the program who are asking fpr:
Squadron One at a.m. Wednesday from the
I evening March 22. election to the mayorlty post and buffalo the old-fashioned j true today This Air Show
biplane of yesteryear with its i will especially give the young Auxiliary Air Station ,Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. Election
This is the third annual observance and two city commission seats. ( John City
Briley. Minister
Field Pensacola of the First
colorful helmet .goggle'pilot opportunity to
three ; people an en-
of this event. Some 700 This will take place just Methodist
persons are expected to hear days before citizens cast their is vanishing from the joy and capture the picture- The accomplishment is a Church. officiating.
American scene. The old time sque sight before it is too milestone in the lives of Casketbearers were Messrs. Jack
candidates answer questions vital ballots on March 26. driven Crum, Bodo Kirchoff Riley Miles Adiian Bovis and Ed Neia, He is opposed by the Rev. Rich-
,piston-propellor open-!late. naval aviators and qualifies
E. P. Neid. Glenn Ray and Lind- are both distributors of petroleum am Fullerton, an executive of Aldersgate -
them to begin the precision Stevens. Interment followedin products, who oppose each other Foundation.
Committee Named To
: Shingle Creek Church flying phase. Upon complete Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom for ma;>or in the annual munki-

I : ing the precision training Funeral Home Kissimmee was in pal election which will .be held Seeking the seat being vacat-
I the'men will advance to fur- ed by Bovis is Carol Starling.
charge of arrangements. Tuesday, March 26.
Study Office Needs Plans Busy Week ther aviation instructions. Bovis is completing a two year focal unopposed.automobile dealer who is

term as city commissioner, while i

: A special committee has ing a warehouse space for ,the P-TA MeetingDate I County Requests Neid is a former mayor. Albert:i, Voting this year will hem.in the

been appointed tp study the voting machines. i The Shingle Creek Methodist| in Kissimmee and St. Cloud are Approval of SalesThe Rogers, incumbent, did not seek I| Ellis Davis Building at Darling-

office needs of county offices The need for additional I Church, in harmony with the pro-I invited to attend; Rev: Fleury ChangedThe reelection. I I I ton and Broadway instead of the

and to bring in recommendations space was highlighted yester- gram of the great Methodist! will speak on the subject" Be meeting of the Kissim- county is asking circuit Commissioner George Reynolds i fire station as has been the cus-

for a courthouse annex. day when conflicts arose between Church the Florida Conference I Reasonable." mee Elementary P-TA which court to authorize the sale,of building contractor, will i i,torn in the past. The polling time

I County Board Chmn. Harris county and circuit and the Orlando District, is participating -I| Saturday night, the 16th will be was scheduled to be held this five vehicles seized in connec seek a second two year term.I I will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Daniel named County court jury trials. in the "New Life Mis-I Fellowship Night with Mr. Wadein Thursday has been postponeduntil tion with illicit liquor. opera- -- -
Commr. Tom Bumby, Coun- "We've had a terrible mix- !!ion"" this week and next when! charge of the music. Rev. next Thursday, March tions.

i toy Atty. Murray Overstreet up on county and circuit court visitation evangelism will be fea-!' Fleury's message will be basedon 21st. Suits have been filed by Lions To Support

p Jr., and County Clerk Glenn work today," Ray told the tured. I "A Man Sent From God. County Atty. Murray Over-

Ray to the committee. He commissioners. He said it The two week ends, March 15 Light refreshments will be serv- Bill Makinson street Jr. They detail the bas- '
also named himself to it. points up the need for considerable through 17 and March 22 through* is on which the vehicles were
of this service.
Since the first hour he took study. 24 will be a great and ,,'onder-I ed at the close Reelected DirectorBill seized. Scholarship Fund
bring a -
Fleury special
office in January, Bumby has Bumby urged that the pro- ful privilege, when Rev. j I at the 9:30 Sunday Makinson of Kissimmeewas The vehicles include:
been pushing for additional posed annex be big enoughto Fleury, of St. Cloud will be the i story A 1945 Willys Jeep which
School hour Sunday morning, re-elected to the board of
courthouse facilities, includ-- take care of future needs. special Nev Life messenger. The;1 on a was found on July 28, 1960, The Lions Club here voted to, School just prior to the openingof
and at the 10:20: service Rev. directors of the Georgia-Florida nattended about 12 miles the Southern The from
leader will be Mr. Wade, al-' I support Scholarship the season.
song of St. Cloud and there will Fleury will speak on "Protestant Hardware Association during the s om a still. The tire tracks and Research Foundation at'!' this game will be used to finance

I. The Web Smiths Win.I be so special music at each service. Principles." Curtis Heath will group's annual convention and made by it were the same Florida State University; by donating the scholarship.The .
music and will sing, trade show held
This week end will feature a. lead the spring recently.in as those found at the still $230'with: the intention of, money the club contiibutes -
"When I Come to the End of Jacksonville at the Coliseum. and it had been
Youth Rally on Friday night at I seen by making a similar contribution!> to the foundation will be
; Presidents which time the Rev. O. D. Whit- the Road. Other members re-elected with agents near there it was stat for the next 10 years. used to set up a housing unit for
Trophy j The Sunday evening service at Makinson were John D. Crawi i '
tington. Jr. of the First Methodist ed.A The foundation is a nonprofitorganization I one student. The foundation hasa
Church will direct the music. 6:30 will be a challenging one. ford of Jacksonville, John Crowd- I 1950 Studebaker truck which furnishes number of houses for boysi
: Rev. Fleury will preach on "How er of Bradentu.n; Harris Dill of which was found Jan. 14, 1961
By CLIFF KNOWLES given for seventh and eighth The from the First Church I housing to needy college students. i i and girls each under adult anperviuion. -
I I Do You Look From_ Above? Ocilla, Georgia ;John Gardner of on property owned by CecilYates'
The Smiths did it again. spots. i: In, effect, it cuts the cost of goIng I,
of still
They did It March.,6tb. final The elements alternated- In .. ;Savannah and. George Murray I found on" ""' a was '4> oollege. afeqHit jQ p B. ce- To be 4ttgbf tlkv Inane
c <
viIi ; '
Atlanta. -
day of the three .day "strug sending raindrops, gusts of Hears Of 'New members elected: to 'the ,. A 1947 Chevrolet sedaji. according to Dr. 'S.iftce Tj..ait of tbe ,!hoMt b studtnt has to .
offeredby sunshine the who st th Be Mfn VfvK Mpi JMMMSf dMSJ
gle" for top trophy sand and during Rotary board included. T. SumnerJr.r found at the same time and l president spw<*
President Carter of the three day classic. place as the Studebaker civic clubs Jiere recently. I and must otherwise be unable to
of Cairo, Georgia and Edward D.
Florida Shuffleboard Associa Including the Smiths, six Graduates from Osceola.High I p go' on to college.
tion. Of course we refer to teams won coveted prizes. Saunders of Miami.E. School have entered Florida I So long as the student's marks

Webster and Janet Smith, local -They 'were Bernard Todd and Revamping City Map i H. Strickland Elder of Bristol Glenn las of Training ScheduledA State University with the help of I I are satisfactory, be or she has

residents-but representing Jo Gustad, Gulfport, 2nd; Bob elected president the foundation.The a place to live white attending
Lakeland in the ,tourna- and Adele Pearson, Orlando, Chickamauga Georgia was elect cub leaders basic training Lions Club had established FSU:
Kis- said that in his "when
up-to-date city,
There now an you ed vice-president and R. L Ri -
ment. 3rd; Frank Henderson and which course is scheduled to begin a scholarship fund two years I The Lions Club here to believed -
simmee lot with get a building permit get a
One hundred ninety two' Mary Scalise. Mirror Lake some of city the hodge-podge map of numbering lot number and house you number". er of Orange Park, Florida was Thursday at the Nazarene ago. The main revenue for this to be the first Kissimmee or

players battled for the. eight 4th; Mr and Mrs. Lyle Wood. mixups can be figured out. Faulk said he has never done re-elected secretary-treasurer. Church Bud Malsbary, distiict comes from a benefit intra-squad I ganization to decide on a full

prizes at stake. Two teams Mt Dora, 5th; George Morn- Ray Faulk city building in this in Kissimmee but now, with I Scout executive has announced.All foot hall game at Osceola High! scholarship which costs $2,500.
consolations failedto and Helen Honair Lees- adults interested in Cub
ing ,
eligible spector, has made up such a his map completed, he could: "I 466 Head Sold I
compete so, no awards burg 6th. i Scouting are invited to attend, the
map over the past several can check this map and tell you New Social Worker I
I i
At Local MarketAt sessions which begin at 730.:
months. He showed it to the Rotary -from your lot number what your

Drive Club, with a talk on the honse number should be". I I
Red Cross
I the Kissimmee Livestock
proposal, now being discussed to One member said public rela-
Youth Director'sResignation
i Market Wednesday, 466 cattle I IMrs.
I renumber. tions is involved-the goodwill or and calves were sold comparedto Assigned to St. Cloud
Gardens Canterbury
"Orange ill-will Kissimmee creates in vis AcceptedArt
Workers Announced Terrace and other newer addi--itors. "Put yourself in the shoes', 163 a week ago.

tions", he said, "are numbered he urged, "of a stranger huntingfor Compared t6 the Kissimmee Dyer, youth director for Iris Larson has been appointed -clients in the Kissimmee officeMonday
correctly, but the old part oi a street address. market two weeks ago slaughter the city has resigned accordingto as the new Social Worker afternoons from 1 to 4.
Horace Phipps, chairman of the Mrs. Preston Shields, Earl Har town is all messed up. In some steers too few for test, heifers an announcement made by with the State Department of Mrs. Dolores Thompson' will
Red Cross Drive which starts "You drive slowly down the weak to $1.00 lower, cows $.50-
ris.Ed areas there are no numbers and city officials. Public Welfare for Osceota Coun continue to interview new appli-
here next Friday yesterday an- Hall, Mrs. William Baker, you just don't know where you street, straining your eyes both $1.00 higher, bulls poorly tested I The youth center is being ty. Beginning March 18th she will cants for Public Assistance who

nounced the names of workers in Mrs. Carlton Danels, Mrs. Paul are. Our ordinance says even sides to find a number; you haveto and calves 2001.00 higher operated under an interim system be stationed in St. Cloud and live in the St. Claud area and

Kissimmee. Gun, Mrs. Carroll Starling, numbers go on the left side of strain because a lot of houses with most gain on 150-300 lb. pending the selection of a will have office hours in the St Mr*. Martha Tucker will inter-

They ere: Mrs. Mary Gardner, T. "K. Gal- the street odds on the right, but don't show a number and on weights, stocker steers about recreational director. Charles Cloud County Building, Wednesday -view those in the Kimnunee

loway Newt Norris, Mrs. Jack Broadway is the other way 'round others it's hidden or illegible. steady, heifers and cows poorly I Jackson, city manager ,is interviewing mornings from 8:30: to 12. area. -
The Rev. Billy Rigsby Clarence -Marshall, Mrs. Joe David. and so are some of the streets Traffic is piling up behind you; tested and calves fully $3.00-$6.00 applicants. During those hours she will be Mrs. Larson baa previously

Hickey, John W. Alderman Bill Hammond, Mrs. William south of Emmett." you know you're holding them higher with several instances as there to help her clients. She will been employed by the Slate Dt
Mrs. William Wallis,.Bob Facey, Makinson, Mrs. Ralph Cnestnut, back and if one of them is from
Faulk's suggestion for dividing much as $9.00 higher. also have office hours for her partment of Public Welfare and
Bill Boyd Martha Marshall, Stan Charles Hawk Mr. and Mrs. Harris some Northern cities tie gets on Savings Bonds ChairmanFor
lines in case of a renumberingis Standard and good 500-700 lb. also has been a Social Worker
ley Heftjerington, Harry Koger, Daniel Richard Guelde, Vida the horn to tell you so. There W. L. Bill Frakes
that the railroad track ( slaughter heifers $19.00$22.25.few [ ] with the Red Cross in Kentucky
Bill Newman. Louis French, Edward County Named
barbarians who
Mr. other keep
Gould Charles are
what would be its eastern exten- utility $11.00$19.00.Utility I She was graduated from Florida
Black Mr. and. Mrs. War- Mrs. Paul Campbell. their high beams up in your mirror I Joins Mann AgencyLester
i. sion. Park St.) be the dividingline cows $16.00-$18.50 cut- State University. majoring in Social -
ren Y'rk.John .. Van Pless. if it's Leo Schumaker, publisher of
Walter Warren night. I
from which numbers begin ter $14.25-$16.73. Mann of the Lester A. Work and has lived in Kis
the Gazette, has been appointed
Barton Betty Campbell, Mrs. William Lesesne, of 933 toward the north and south. Central "With so many houses unnumbered Utility bulls 517.00-519.25. cut-I Mann Insurance Agency has an- simmee since 1968.
of the Osceola
Tom Kesler, Larry Harrelson, Brack St. Assisting her will be Ave., and what would be its you wonder whether the ter $15.00-$17.00. chairman County nounced that W. L. (KID) Frakes
Bonds Committee
Savings to succeed
Lewis Staats, David Paulk J, C Mrs. L. R. Randall Mrs. John southern extension, Stewart Ave., people in this town' are hiding Few good 250-100 lb. calves Judge Murray W. Over- has joined and has a financial Gasoline Sales In
would be his suggestion for the from the sheriff on just plain in-
Ron Widexnan. Mrs. Molinda Lesesne $26.00-$28.00, standard $22.75-
demons. Terry Armstrong interest in his
street, Sr., who resigned becauseof agency.
Kelley, Marion Bolin, Charles Mrs. Ella Brown, Mrs. Ida zero line between east and west hospitable. ;And you 'Certainlydon't $26.00, utility $18.75$22.75.Good the of business matters. Frakes and his family movedto January ReportedThe
feel this Is a town you'dwant press
Cecil Holmes, Carrie Allen Gant, Hilda numbers. ale $30.00-$33.25.
Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. v e s Kissimmee on March 2 from
Steve Cobb, Willie Mae Harley. Idella An Orlando Rotarian visitor to live in". standard $27.00-$31.50. The announcement was made reported sales of gasoline,
Bush Mrs. Robert Metzger by the U. S. Treasury Department DeLand, and are residing at 617
Edward Seaver, Few medium and good 350- kerosene and signal oil sold in
Neher, Mrs Callahan Mrs. Roy Alderman which had previously Emmett. The Frakes' have two
Mrs. Ashley Tanner, Mr. and Neptune Park Cypress Shores; Guild To AssembleSet 560 lb. feeder-stocker steers awarded Schumaker a citationfor daughters, Patty, age 9, and Florida during the month of January .
Enoch Herzberg. Lothar $20.50-$22.75 common $17.00- bas been released by the
Mrs. Edna Porter, Mrs. Craig Bell, his cooperation in the past. Becky, age 4.
Goold, Bartow Harrell, Donald Kissimmee Highlands and Tropical $20.50. Mr. and Mrs. Frakes are natives Department of Agriculture Auditing -

q Edwarfis, Joseph Gainer, Ronald Park Florence Chitwood, For Street Few medium 300-425 lb. heifers of Missouri and were in Division

McCain, John Tufts, Frank Partin Settlement; Walter Bass, Angel $21.00-$23.25. Florida Aero dub business in Illinois for 12 years In Osceola County 871,325 gallons -

Broyles. and Jim Hale. Boggy Creek Rd. Common cows $16.00-$18.00 In-. before moving to DeLand last of gasoline were sold and
ferior 14501600. To Meet ThursdayThe August 167 &J6 ?d'ors'! of kerosene
Tonight. March 14, and again days it was felt that all the Guild Good 250-450 lb. calves $25.00- -

I Friday night. March 15. all able members could erect and finish $28.00, medium $2L50-$25.50, Florioa Aero Club will

bodied and reasonably bodied their needed stage set in two common $19.00-021.50 medium meet Thursday March 14, at

members of the Footlight Theatre rights. They preferred to acceptthe and few good 100-250 Ibs. $26.50-, 6:30 at the Kissimmee airportfor

MIAMI BEACHATTENDED Guild will assemble, with hammer old maxim that "many hands moo, common $22.00-$30.00. their regular meeting and

and paint brush at the Os- make light work" rather than covered dish supper. Visitors are
-L-----\ ceola High School to erect and that more cynical one that "too welcome. T !

decorate the set for Angel Street many cooks spoil the broth. Yacht Club Held Allen Raines of the Southern

in the record breaking time of With the job finished by Friday Airways of Florida will speak on

two days. The starting time for eight the cast will have time for Overnight CruiseThe the various t-pes of radio equipment

each session is seven thirty in the just six rehearsals to put the I and its use.

evening. The play is to be presented final touches on the presentation. cruise for this month was

Friday and Saturday Andy Herrmann technical coordinator an overnighter, March 9 and 10.

nights. March 22 and 23. Ample will organize and sup- Boaters put in at Hatchineha Tickets On Sale

coffee will be on hand to keep ervise the \\ )& He will have all Marina. Saturday, and ran to For "Angel Street" I

the workers awake all night if necessary equipment and supplies Avon Park on the KissimmeeRiver. : I

need be.Due except for a few extra hammers There were 13 boats over Tickets for the mystery

to other committments "for and paint brushes. Co-direcfbrs night and 4 more came Sunday !drama "Angel Street" to be

the High School auditorium it was Barry Mount and Kirk Anders in morning. A good time was had I presented by the Footlight

impossible to start on the set calling for a good turnout of by all. despite heavy rain and Theatre Guild March 22 and

earlier and with the cast ready workers, emphasized the vital wind. and variety of minor motor I 23 are now: on sale and may
and raring to go on the finished Importance of this work to a troubles. be obtained at the Kissimmee

CONFERENCE-Mr. and Mrs. Lyle J. Rib- stage set and to familiarize them- good production. At the same There will be a dance for All States Tourist Club. LUCKY 13-Walt Mclit.hk., left, owner of the Frees-
Icy 604 Jacaranda Lane Kissimmee are shown as they selves with the properties they time they announced that Eloise members and guests Saturday !Broadway Pharmacy, Hunt with the bucket of
arrived at the Americana Hotel in Miami Beach for a 3-day will use the Guild decided to borrow -Gross will be in charge of Makeup March 16. Saturday afternoon BrosRoberson's Drug, Tress' ettc it shown presenting Roy Graves
Freezette card with the
conference of State Farm insurance men from Alabama; this "barn raising" technique and that.Mrs. Pansy Brisbin. will be a work time at the Yacht I News, Arthur Held's Service breasted chicken. The gives a

Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi and South Caro from the era in which the play is wife of Fred Brisbin who will bin dub. Members- are being en- Station, the Charm Shop and initial purchase of a bucket of chicken that contain 13

lina. The conference which honored outstanding State set. If in those early days all charge of lighting and special couraged to come early, bring Florida Realty. punches. When the card is filled the customer gets the

Farm representatives began March 4 and was attended by neighbors miles around could effects, is hard at work on costuming -their boats and be prepared to They may also be obtained 13th bucket of chicken on the hoase. Roy. with his wife

1500 agents and wives. build a new barn In two working several of the actresses. spend the week end. from Guild members. operates Ellie Hugh's Florist, (Photo by Hamriek)


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2 The Kissimmee. Gazette Kissimmee, Fla., Thurs.' ,March. 14r 1963.1 Joanne Roehrich ToWed I

.' David L. HanksMr. YOU CAN SAVE 4lI '

and Mrs. John F. Roeh--
I rich, Denn John Lane, Kiss- i. [I] R
immee take pleasure in announcing (
thata4itz/ the coming marriageof
their daughter Joanne to i 100 EXTRA.ONE tPLL
David L. Hanks, son of Rob- OF 40
ert G. Hanks of Huntsville
g _( 4 By BETTY EBY Alabama. Miss Roehrich grad- TOP. VALUE STAMPSWITH 5-PC. ROGERS 1883
uated from Osceola High
L School and is presently em- THIS COUPON AT YOUR SERVICiSILVER
11 ployed by Cody's of Kissim- NEAREST FRIENDLY WINNDIXIEGood
mee. Mr. Hanks graduated Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With
from Coral Gables High March 16 A$5.00 or Mart Food Order. I
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin C. Broylesof Virginia visited Mr. and Mrs. Fo
School spent 4 years in the OD STORCS
Tustin California are visiting Robert Lee Graves last week. U. S. Coast Guard and is - -- '. -- -.-'.---. ''' .- '' Estimate length of ribbon' on display: at your
Mrs. Bertha Westbrook.Mrs. Mrs., Frances Seaman has re- ently employed by the Woodbury rl;.tj rfti'l i t{ -1"1' I 1_I t 1 J Ii II local Winn-Dixie Closest estimate entered
at each store silver service. Adults
- wins a
Murriel Turner of Inter- turned to her home at Paden, Chemical Co. of Pine t
cession City is a patient at the West Virginia. I I Castle, Florida. He is the only please -" . ". ,- ," .
Haines City Clinic where she is I Jack and Dot Bass and young,I grandson of Rev. W. P. Hanks I, """" .", ." :< -, ,
recovering from a bout with the Sam have moved to St. Cloud: of Orange Gardens. i
flu.Mr. I where they will make their home.I A small wedding, at the I ::REG. 98* BONELESS GR. "A" Quick Frozen :
and Mrs. Kenneth Smithof Birthday congratulations this, home of the bride-to-be's par '
Wayne Michigan visited Mr. week are being sent to Eddy' ents is planned for April 6,f, 59d 1 BEE F 5 A'L' E
and Mrs. Bert O'Mealey in Can- Odom, Terry Lee Beiter. Eliza-: 1963. I Turkey
terbury Terrace last week. Mr. beth Prevatt, Blanche Kreiger,. I
Dimitri, Oletta Adams,. ............. ..,
and Mrs Stanley Hagen of Flint Eileen --------------------- -

Michigan also stopped off to see Marion Tindall, Elfriede, M. Dmi Lupfer Gene Snyder, Mrs. E. Li' .': 1t: .::='":..n: _:-$: *- ii.r:: '1: _, ,', ':' :: : H .
the O'Mealeys while touring the tri David Morris Lee Ann Bennett Fennell Mrs. Harrie T. Best,'I'
state last week. Margery Thomas, Gladys Prather, Robert Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru March 16th
Mrs. Byron Pool left Tuesdayfor I.Briggs, Grace Bohannon Mari- Mary Frances McLaughlin Rose o a corrmflHT WINN-DIXIE trout*. INC.-!...
Miami to attend the weddingof lyn Dietrich, Steve Johnson Rao Bronson Byron, Bill Ingram Vance I 3.: ,.
her nephew. Joanna Muller Mary Lee, Nancy Bass Clyde Story, Mark Over- A 1 W-D BRAND FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kite 1 Gilbert McAlister Ralph Ed-
I It
Jr.. Renee
Jack Crum
and. Robert_Jenkins__. of Wolf- >WD,I,ward Yates, Harry Dale, LindaBleach |street Bronsc, Judy Fettle Boone Steaks LB. 89

I Schweikart, Barbara Jean Veih- ,
,man Bill Gephart. Best wishesto W-D BRAND T-BONE
1h each of you.
I Mrs. C. W. Bressler-Pettis was! 8
I Steaks LB. Ox
'called to Hollywood Florida last'j,
week by the death of her brother-I
1I in-law Robert Nohr. :' l W-D BRAND SIRLOINSteaks
h Sgt. and Mrs. James W. Cunningham -1
and daughters of McCoy I LB. 89
( Tt11 1 AFB and Mrs. Thelma Cun-
a I
ningham of Richlands. Virginia W-D BRAND LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT
visited with Mr. and Mrs; J. G.
Matz last Sunday afternoon.Pat 39
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Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee. Fla., Thurs. March 14. 1963 31 Father Paul Woodyard. officiat Kenneth F. McVoy Final Rites Held Students Partake iOf j - -.-- - -

Dr. J. J. Wasilko Survivors include'his wife An- ing.Interment in Osceola Memory Claimed By Death For Pearl M. Tripp I French Dinner i\
na Wasilko. Two. sisters Mrs. I

Passed Away SundayDr. Marie Van Yush Miami and Mrs. the Gardens Riedel under Funeral the Home.direction of Kenneth Frank McVoy. 65, win- Pearl Meadows Tripp, 74, of On Wednesday March 6. a MAKINSON

Jean Phillips, Radburn. New Jer- The members of the ter resident of Kissimmee from 24 Mabbette Street Kissimmee, treat was provided for all the I)
John Joseph Wasilko, 66, sey. One brother, Dr. J. D. following Poland.. New York where he had passed 'away Thursday evening French Students of Osceola High j I

prominent retired Jamaica, New I Wasilko. Lansford.The Holy Name Society served as been an automobile dealer since after a lengthy illness.A School.A I
casket bearers Glenn Pelton,
York dentist and winter visitor! funeral left Monday :
party of thirty students attended -
1924 died in an Orlando Hospital native of Meridian Mississippi group
I Frank Wilhem Heeren,
to Kissimmee from Lansford I afternoon for Lansford where Richards Wednesday morning.He she moved from Chattanooga a French dinner which HARDWARE
Pennsylvania passed Sun-! Mass will be celebratedat Gilbert Mears, Jimmie Sabettoand
'away Requiem attended the Community Tennessee to Kissimmee was prepared by the girls alho
day afternoon suddenly. : St. Johns Greek Catholic I James Smith. Members of Church. Poland. He was 40 years ago.Prominently. are taking the course under the
I Baptist
He was a- native of Lansfordand Church. with interment to followin Makinson-Carson No. 10, American -
veteran of World War I and I associated with the teaching of Miss Cynthia Robertson. -
was a Veteran of World War St. Johns Cemetery. Grissom Legion, folded the flag and I a commander of AdirondackPost Order of the Eastern Star she I
Funeral Home was in charge of presented it to Mrs. Loranger. past
One.He No. 1118 American Legion, was Treasurer for over 20 years.A The menu included Hors d'

was a ,member of Lodge arrangements. Mrs. Dorothy Smith :I Coldbrook, New York. Memberof devoted member of the First oeurves, French onion soup,
Number 1552 Knights of Columbusand American Quarter Horse Association Baptist Church, she sang in the chef's salad, with French andRoquefort

St. Johns Greek Catholic George Loranger, 67, Died On ThursdayMrs. and the New York State choir for many years. dressings. French
Cnurch Lansford.
Survivors include sister. bread with
and National Automobile Dealer one was provided along
Dorothy Esther Smith
Died On TuesdayGeorge 43. winter visitor from Leesburg, Association. Member of North Mrs. C. E. (Grace) Roberts Kis- chicken croquettes, French styl

The Kesler family wishes to Luke Loranger 67, of Ohio died Thursday night. I Port Lodge No. 455 F&AM Poland simmee. Two nephews Everett ed string beans baked potatoesau

thank friends 1 neighbors, 516 Jacaranda Ave., Kissimmee She is survived by one son. New York. Roberts St. Petersburg and Ma- gratin, iced tea and toppedoff i

church and Rebekahs for died Tuesday morning. Terry Lynn Smith of Leesburg He is survived by his wife I I jor Clyde Roberts Fort Sheridan, with lemon meringue pie. :

their sympathy and kindness Loranger, a retired official of Ohio sisters Mrs. Ruth Starrett 'Mrs. Rachael C. McVoy;, sons Chicago Illinois. The colorful affair took place ,I
during Our recent bereave- Chrysler Corporation moved to Plain City Ohio and Joan Robert and Richard McVoy Poland Funeral services were held at in the Home Economics Room
I 3 o'clock Sunday from the Gris and to show the girls their grati-
ment. Kissimmee from Detroit five Grooms, Columbus, Ohio. New York; daughters Mrs.
som Olapel.ith Dr. H.: P. tude for the fine meal, the boys
years ago. He was a member of The body was forwarded to Robert (Phyllis) Shimp, Penns-
Amos, Minister of the First Bap
the Holy Redeemer Catholic Leesburg, Ohio, for funeral services yule New Jersery and Mrs. who attended were happy to do

Pressure Creosoted Church the Holy Name Societyand and interment by the Riedel 'Donald (Joan) Dixon, Poland, tist Church officiating. Casket- the' dish washing.The .
I Funeral Home of Kissimmee. York and Mrs. Ronald bearers were Messrs. Robert main purPose of the din-
Fence Post Poles, etc. the American Legion and i New ; .Facey, Enoch Herzberg, Fred
Southern WoodPreservingCo. the All-States Tourist Club of (Nancy) Strickland, Norman, ner was to further the knowledgeof
I Kissimmee. Melvin Martin. Reed Oklahoma. One sister. Miss ,Littlefield H. H, Lively Ralph French meals and cooking,
II Shore and Julius Smith. Inter-
since the students have recently
Baldwin,Fla. He is survived by his wife Succumbed SaturdayMelvin Pearl McVoy Utica, New York; ment followed in Rose Hill Cem French 11
I and twelve grand children.The completed a chapter on
266-4251 Mrs. Tillie Loranger Kissimmee; Grissom Funeral Home
Martin Reed, 75, a win- I forwarded at etery. culinary arts.1lasons .
j his sisters, Mrs. Joseph Doak body was was in charge of arrangements.
ter visitor from Wyanet Illinois, to Poland,
and Mrs. Clara Rowley, Detroit 1:27 p.m. Thursday
,Flower For All Occasions I Michigan. I died here Saturday morning.He I I New York for funeral services To Hold

Rosary service was held in the I was Fire Chief of Wyanetand and interment by'the Riedel Fun- Wallace A. Clifford
HUGH'SFLORIST a member of the First Methodist Barbecue'Dinner
ELLIE I Chapel of the Riedel Funeral eral Hqme. Succumbed Wed. "
1 Church. Wyanet and The
Home at 7:30 p.nu Thursday.
, All States Tourist, dub Kissim- All Masons and their families
t; Funeral Mass in the Holy Lulu M. Kesler 64 Wallace Alton Clifford, 75, of
and guests are invited to a chicken -
U HOAOWAT M7-4S Redeemer Catholic Church at mee.He 117 S. Clyde Avenue Kissimmee,
is survived by his wife, barbecue dinner next Mondayat k,
9:00: a.m. Friday, with the Rev. I! Died Suddenly prominent retired educator,.passed -
I Ola Mae Reed; one son, Charles:.I 6:30: p.m. at the Orange Blos- '
I L. of Wichita Kansas; one Lulu Myrtle Kesler. 64, of 721 away Wednesday illness.A morning som Masonic Lodge here. It is : '

daughter Mrs. Vera M. Dremann, I East Vine Street, Kissimmee, a lengthy another of the all-you-can-eat
1 native of South Paris, Maine
Sycamore Illinois; one brother, passed away suddenly Tuesday barbecues being conducted by the
he moved from Mount Vernon,
, i Leo Reed, Dixon, Illinois and one evening.A lodge. Tickets are available from
New York to Kissimmee 13
t years
grandson.The i native of Starke County Indiana members.

It Means A Lot : body was forwarded to : she had been a resident ago.He attended schools in I An entertainment feature ofIonday's
I Wyanet, Illinois, Sunday at 1:27 I of this community for the past public :\ dinner will be the showing
I South Paris then Bates College
i pjn. for funeral services and in- 12 years. of a travelogue entitled "The

Price is an important matter {: terment by the Riedel Funeral Very active in Rebekah Lodge Harvard lumbia Medical College and Co Spanish Main" by the Walters. Q the.Ri&htTooIRUEEMPER:
':Home. activities she was Immediate University. i This travelogue is one of a series
indeed to families these He was Principal in High
many Past Noble Grand of Rebekah I taken on.numerous freighter trips
days; that's why we continue Stanley Dowiat, 69, Lodge Number 42, Kissimmee.She Schools in Maine and Newport and this particular one covers
Rhode Island. He was one of the

to stress that Riedel !service !| Died Wednesday I' Christian was Church a member of Kissimmee.of the First organizers of the New York America Puerto Rico, the, North Orinoco Coast River of South and ; ,IS- .. ," \\\\UUl\\ ,

School Board Association: was :=.
tr" .' although noted for its high Stanley Dowiat, 69, of Campbell -I Survivors include her husband, Executive Secretary for several Maracaibo, Venezuela. I '
Station Kesler. Two Lt. During the month of Januaryand 'L'
Kissimmee passed I Devoy sons, Col. ,
quality, is very moderately I away Wednesday afternoon alter: Joseph J. Kesler Dyess Air: years Distinguished and in 1948 Service was awardeda Certifi- February, 178 visitors from ). I' ..,..... :- ..'.

MEMBER. brief illness.A Force Base Abilene Texas and I 19 states and the canal zone at-
and within the a :
priced, means i cate by the State of New York. .I "
THE ORDiA I native of Lithuania, he Gerald R. Kesler Warsaw In- tended meetings at the Kissimmee "
He member of Con-
GCIDEN Of THE RULE of all. !I moved from Chicago to Kissim I diana. One daughter Mrs. Louis gregational was a Cnurch, South the Paris. lodges Lodge.were Ninety-one represented.different The .! I ';1.:/:. .:. : i .i jI j-" .
5 Lotz Calumet
Illinois. Also
mee City,
years ago. I Iii
Maine Island Falls Number
I III RIEDELI I He was a member of All Saints 3 half-sisters, one halfbrotherand 206, Island Falls Maine and lodg had invited vacationing- I' 'a I I
Catholic Church Chicago. 10 grandcnildren. sons to make the Kissimmee : asL .
Kissimmee Allstates Tourist Club. l
I Survivors include 5 : Funeral services held at Lodge their home while in Flor 1
9Iom.e daughters. were Funeral services were held at : ', ; I''
24 HOUR I Mrs. Jennie' Bujwit and Miss 12 o'clock Saturday from the Gris- ida.
2 from the Grissom I .
AMBULANCEXRVICE 107 EMMETT STREET Sophia Dovviat, both Kissimmee; I som Cnapel. with the Rev. Jimmy p.m. Friday 1 I :
Rev. Dorr Van
Cnapel.ith the 1
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Emily Kruk, Daytona Beach, I R. Cox. Minister of the First 'j (
Etten, Minister of the First Unit-. State's ,:: i iN0. .
Adelle Schnierle Downers Grove i Christian Cnurch officiating.I ed Presbyterian Church officiating -I PopulationSet ... .1 , .

Phone: Illinois and Miss Estelle Dowiat j I Casketbearers were Messrs. Jim assisted by the Rev. Maurice at 15 MillionFlorida I ;'! :::)\ : i
f Chicago. One son, Victor Dowiat, Chitwood, Tom Lane, H.H. Lively Grigsby Chaplain of the .1. h.
847-3188 r 1 Kissimmee. t Eddie Partin, H. H. PartinI
I Kissimmee Allstates Tourist Club. may count on a population -
: The funeral party left Friday I and Curtis Sewell. Obsequies at Casketbearers were Messrs. Tom of 15 million by the year

p O1. ,afternoon for Chicago, where Requiem '! Osceola Memory Gardens in W. Bullett, U. S. Chapman, L. 2000, the Florida State Chamberof

I Mass was celebrated in ; charge of Rebekah Lodge Num- W. Cole, J. Harvey Eldridge, C. Commerce stated yesterday.The We're headquarters lorIRUEIEMPER
!All Saints Catholic Church with I ber 42. Grissom Funeral Home E. Platt and' Frank Woodall. In- trade body said: "Far-

'I interment to follow in St. i' was in charge of arrangements. Jerment followed in Rose Hill fetched as it may seem-today to.

Casimirs Catholic Cemetery. Gris- Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Home es mat Jhe state's population's1\
I'som Funeral Home was in charge BUYROM, THE was in charge of arrangements. yejirs from now looking ahead .
of arrangements. I. GAZETTE ADVERTISERS t Y
I essential to planning for necessary

public facilities such as
Ethical FellowshipTo
highways schools, sewage systems -

How to tell a Tempest Meet SundayThe was and for recreational these purposes facilities.It that.

r Ethical Fellowship of population projections were made

Kissimmee will meet Sunday, recently for all states by a fed- ORASIIHEAR HCDQC IHCAH
: : : from I March 17th, at the home of eral commission. 3'
} just any low-priced car :. I Dr. George Beauchamp 1620 "Perhaps more realistic is the ,

Orange Blvd., Orange Gar I estimate of a population of 8,387- J'7";

I:. dens. I 1000 by 1976 for Florida, made by
the same commission. This figureis
i The topic will be "Solitude
'. I and Sanity" a tape recording 50 per cent over the state's

of an address delivered to the current population of about 5,600-
St. Louise Ethical Society last 000 today.
' May by David Norton leaderof "During the interval to 1976,

: I the Boston Ethical Society. Florida is expected to retain its
Does it have Wide-Track?
Because of the use of a tape position as the fastest growing N0. SLZZfPRIN4IRACID,

%,1.. '.i '!' __ I recording this meeting will large state and will rank eighthin ILAWN "
be held at the home of Dr. size among the 50 states. The
Beauchamp where adequate national gain is expected to be UKI
Does it have a lively 4? facilities avail 24 cent to 1976. \
I playback are per
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.--' .. J!, "If Florida does reach the 15 {, II IocKETrTTERN
:;, .. < able.All ks3
.. : I are welcome and invitedto million mark by the year 2000, .
attend and to participatein 1 it will experience a gain of 161

. _. Does it offer a phenomenal Y8VDoes ; : ; the activities of the local per cent compared with a national '

'. Fellowship. increase of 89 per cent." AN ..s 1;
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4 The Kassimmee. Gazette, Kissiminee, Fla., Thurs., Marcn 14. 1963 Garden wife. Kissimmee. $2.500. r I BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT
World War I Vets Jennie M Slater to Clinton S.I II L R i iTies.
sod wife. St. Cloud. .
O. D.
Campbell i i Mr. and Mrs. Whitting.ton
3-5 __u_____ S5 68 0
THE Club NewsIn Eddie Clemons to Charles L.! u'ed. ...- .w. $0! .10 Jr. aDnOUDCe the arrival trf
Tucker and wife. uUu .
$1.500.1 a 7lb.>> 13 OL dauIbter, Ruth AnThurs.
Lena B. Potts to Rankin 3.7 83 $0 0Fri.
Third .
KISSIMMEE GAZETTE LargestThe Group our garden, the caretaker Kissimmee. $6.500. 3-8 .8 U O nabel, Saturday, March 2nd, at
Roy Graves and wife to Donald -------- !
ORIq is, gone! And, oh how she DePew and wife. Ft. Lauderdale.I Sat. 3-' _____ ,OJ 4-0 .80 the KiSlimaaee Hoe itai.J .
will be missed, with her zest minimum stamps. I .
A J.k. H. Perry Newaoaper Veterans of World War I $100.00 per monthand more Harry Tzeses and wife to Carl R. Sun. 3-10 _ to 5$ 0 I Whittinpoft is educational a s.r
h for living, her kindnesses her Nelson and wife, Melbourne. $4.000. _. sistant ( the First Method?
1 of the U.s.A., Inc., receiveda than half a million veterans Ion. 3.11 81 53 0
willingness to do all she couldto F. Notllnger to Leon E r I
Offices: 24.26 Stewart Arc. Congressional Charter on will be added to the pension Mitchell and wife. Columbus. Pa.. Church
help each and
every one
. h Telephone 847-2881 July 18, 1968 and are now the rolls and receive a like ss.Lloyd '
4r who came to her. A. Robinson and wife to r-----------------i
third largest veterans organi- amount. Mrs Cora Gaylord, President Willis E. Leach and wife. St.
zation in the nation This or- Included in the bill H.R. Cloud. 57,000.Clarence ORLANDO KISSIMMEE
of the Kissimmee Garden Schneider to -
Entered as Second Class. Mall Matterin Edward I I
Fla. ganization was the only vet 2332 there is a provision that Club Sunday Jack M. Bass and wife. St. Cloud.
Office at Kissimmee. passed
the Post away
erans group that fought all will grant 434,789 widows an I after a brief illness. To $8.900 Raymond C. Rowe and wife to

Published Thursdays at Kisaimmee, Florida out 87th for Congress.The a pension. during the increase For further to $75.00 information per month. Mary and all her friends we Cloud.David $F..'" 01"Lindsay' and wife. St. : **NATIONAL** :

wish to quote these lines fromA. Har. ..mmons and wife to
Veterans of World War write to: L. Kline's The Rose Lewis erdell Le Heup Jr., St.
SCHUMAKEREditor poem
LEO Inc able to Veterans of World War 1 Cloud. $9.800.
1, UJ5.A., were ,
and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION still grows beyond the wall, Robert S. Hensel and wife to Wallace lAIR
obtain 211 Congressmen's signatures U.S.A., Inc. SIIOWSun.Mar.172P.M.
Shall claim of death causeus H. Smith and wife. St. Cloud.
to a discharge petition 40 G Street N.E., $J,500.
RATESSix to grieve William C. Maxwell and wife to I I
their pensionbill Washington D.C.
to bring
And make our faintor John B. Hudson and1IoUe. St.
months, 12.50; one Tear. $4.00; two years S7.0Q to the House floor, fail There are over 93,000 World fall? Cloud. $1.000.Three .

HMB MMBBBBBBBBBBBBThinking ing by a scant seven ((7) War 1 veterans still living in Nay let us faith and hope 1 I
names. Pledges were received Florida. revive, Arrested On
of Dining Out? from 369 members of Congress -
would favorably Field Band .The rose still grows beyond Bad Check ChargesGlenn Kissimmee Airport
that they vote Army To the wall.Scattering. 1 I II
bill for
for a pension
C. Jensen has been arrested i
Check These War-4 and Appear At OrlandoA
Advantages- veterans of World I fragrance far and by Orange County authorities * * * * II

Electronic Ordering for Fast Service. their widows. lively concert will be pre wide for Osceola County on a I

Breasted Chicken or ShrimpFor The anxious National to contact organizationis all vet- sented by the U. S. Army Field I Just as it did in days of charge of passing a forged TWO SOLID HOURS OF II

the Best in Eating erans of the war of 1917-1918 Band, Washington, D.C., in How- yore check, the sheriffs departmenthere I TIIRILL-PACKEDBREATIITAKING II
ard Jr-Hi Auditorium, Orlando, Just as it did on the other reported.Two .
Covered Parking Area for who ing information are interested on in pension obtain- at 8:00: P.M. Friday, March 22. side other persons were arrested I AERIAL ACTION I

Year 'Round Comfort legislation now pending be-I The public is invited. No admis- Just as it will forevermore. according to the department, I * * * * I
sion is charged for concerts by for- passing worthless checks. '
the 88th Con i
Convenient Carry-Out on All Menu Items gress. It has been estimated I. the U. S. Army Field Band. KENANSVILLEBy They were named as C R. I, I SPEED THRILLS 1iI

CAN YOU DO BETTER ANYWHERE? by many experts that our Local arrangements are being Thomas, of Kissimmee and |

"Come as you are, dine in your car." present pension bill H. R. co-ordinated by the U. S. Army Betty Bass James Calvin Barber, St. Cloud. e j Iil
2332, introduced by Represen- Recruiting Service in conjunctionwith I The sheriffs dept. here arrest- EXCITEMENT II
of the Chief of Information Department Reba Wallace and Elvie Lee Richard and
Walt's Freez-ette Drive-In tative Winfield K. Denton ed Johnson Charles
Indiana on January 18, 1963, of the Army. Peterson came from Tampaon H. Raymond for petit larceny 1I
will benefit over a million The 100-piece U. S. Army Field Sunday to visit their father after they allegedly drove away I II
Highway 17.92 South at the Overpass and 'a half World War 1 vet-I band has appeared in the inaug- Gus Baisden. from a Kenansville gasoline sta-
Phone 847-4812 for Carry Out erans. Over a million veterans ural parades of Presidents Truman Jack Sever and Don Bess, tion without paying. The sheriff's I

I will receive increases toFEATURESQUALITYPRICE 1 Eisenhower and Kennedyand Miami, came on Thursday to department said Dade County:

has given concerts in all 50 visit relatives. has a hold for the two on auto RHAPSODY IN SMOKE I
I j states and 15 countries of Sgt. and Mrs. Sam Hunter
land Europe from Ft. Benning Georgia theft charges. I A SkytaeuUr triple smoke formation loop. It'. just one of the 10 I
I has presented 35 concerts in two-hour National Air Show
breathtaking events on the giant pro-
the Orient. spent a few days here also I I
I The bands' repertoire includes visiting relatives. Developer RequestsLine I

popular, military and semiclassical Carol Fender and boys who Extension' II I
live in Orlando visited her
| music. The "Soldiers' Chor- I
1 I l us," an integral part of the band, mother Constance Lanier, Eddie Clemons, developerof I
and grandmother, Rose Hol- Park wants elec- I"I
including a number of its instrumentalists Tropical ,,1:_ WING-WALKING
I comb, over the weekend.Mrs. tricity for the fourth unit of t ti
GENERAL ELECTRIC I usually sings severalall Lucian Allen has beenon his development north of this i Steel-nerved,aerial daredevil Red while et walks the wines of a now. III
Broadway favorites. erfnl acrobatic exhibition bi-plane LOOPS,ROLLS and LOWLEVEL
the sick list. Glad she is He invest
city. doesn't want to I
Motto of the band is "We Are UPSIDE DOWN FLIGHT are executed.
DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR 1 I the Kings of the Highway," which feeling better. a lot of his money in the fl I
''is William Belcher went to see system and he told city com-
I in keeping with the old Infantry
his parents and family at missioners he doesn't want !
11.8 CU. FT". song" "Kings of the Highway Plant City over the weekend.Mrs. the city to invest a lot either.To .
STORA.GE SPACE' I, which the band uses as its Wyona Strickland and accomplish this, he suggested ! I- AERIAL SHARPSHOOTING I
signature The band is also
Laquita spent several days that the work be doneon Inverted Flight Ribbon Pick-Up.Precision Acrobatic flying At lu II
I ..I completely mobile, with its 0\\11' I
. last week at Bay Pines with a piecemeal basis, bring- Beat Featuring USA Acrobatic Champion Harold Krier and Charles
I+rl ij Magic Corner Hinges transportation so that it can ful- her parents. Mr. Strickland ing the electric line in onlyto I I Ilillard Jr. I
fill its
prime mission of
I visiting spent Saturday there also. serve customers he has
i troops in the field and in I ati
I pre- They all returned Home Sat- ready to tie in. At present
Buffer Com" ment [ I N AutomaticInterior senting concerts in the grassroots urday night.County he said he has about 15 wait- FEATURING I
= V"I Light (communities of the nation, ac- ing for electricity. *

\ I I I cording to Major Robert L. Real Estate II I

Prote tive Door Stops tjJ Two Fl x-Gridl_Ice Trays i I Bierly, Commanding Officer who Robin R. Howard STARS OF THE
also is the bands' director. Sales AnnouncedDoulas !
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B. Stewart, as trustee. to Completes CourseArmy GREATNATIONALAIRSHOW
Counties GetIRacetrack Ray H. Corbett and wife. Cocoa.
$7.500. Pvt. Robin R. Howard, II as featured on I
jJ Funds Lloyd R. King and wife to Joseph son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen R.
$19995With H. Overrein. Intercession City. $300.
I State Comptroller Ray E. Green E. Kiefer and wife to G.V.. Howard, Intercession City, re- I I'I
Kiefer and wife and E. Keifer and I
completed eight weeks of
7-Mill.oit refrigerators I'announced yesterday checks for wife St. Cloud minimum stamps. cently i I
$36,000'are being mailed to each G. W. Kiefer and wife to E. Kie-[ advanced armor training at The ADMISSION

In use ten year* '" -... -Trade n' i of the 67 counties.. The- money is stamps.fer and. wife. St., .Cloud," .. ..minimum. .- Armor Center' Fort Knox, Ky. tl ,'. -rAdults. --t $1:50 'w e." I
r longtr. rOuAUTY1 TA.U2W !the counties' share of the race Lester C. Green and wife. ,MaxE Howardreceived"instruction[ in
:*. Pontius pnd wife to Citizens- Na- flae'cTulies- :'responsibilities of- 'Children
track tax.Green ana
tional Bank. of Orlando as trustee: 11 (under 12)) 50c :
said each county has 1600.- the four members of a tank
received $4,500 mora during the L Carlton McMullen. executor of crew: the driver, loader
estate of Martha Adah McMullen to I .. Sponsored by: Kissimmee Jaycees and
current fiscal period than for the William N. Rea. Kissimmee. $300. and tank commander.The I I
W Overstreet Jr. as administrator : Osceola Florida Aero Club _
Murray Chapter.
PARKS FURNITURE CO. same period of the previous! year. of estate of Christopher 17-year-old soldier entered I
Total race track tax collected S. Green to William Lesesne and I the Army in October 1962 .: mm mm ma ma ma ma ma -- (mm mm- ma ma -ma mm
thus far this year is $7,906,000, ----

KISSIMMEE previous an increase fiscal of period.$301,500 over the Run clean through gasoline in every 8? Then change to RPM Motor

847.4171 ST.892.2011 CLOUD The state has received approxi- Oils, the deposit-free oils with the amazing ashless

mately the same amount from detergent that almost halts engine wear! Choose

I?the tax. spring with from RPM Special and RPM Supreme-two great

JUST LIKE OLD MAN RIVERIf oils. Both are high-detergent. Both clean engine

RPM MOTOR OILS parts as you drive, keep your engine young. You'll

you want a truck that does its work without yellfit your need. The light-duty type is strong on coming find that RPM in your crankcase means long-run

for attention all the time, buy a "new reliable" fort. Another kind for heavier trucks stiffens up as Want your car to sing through spring..with smooth ning mileage,better protection for your car.One try

Chevrolet. you increase your load and vice versa. Make sense? er performance, every mile? Want engine parts so tells why Standard products are Dixie's favorites!

You have to take care of it; it's a machine. But Conventional pickups have double-wall construction clean, so friction-free, you save up to 1 gallon of STANDARD OIL I COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
this isn't a full-time activity. The clear idea is that in cabs, doors, lower side panels. Roofs are

the truck works for you, not vice versa. insulated. Body floors are select wood,

The way to build such a truck is to not metal. Tailgate chains are wrapped.

put more quality into it. For example, CHEVROLE"? in rubber. If you'd like to examine

Chevrolet doesn't build one type of suspension or drive a new '63 Chevrolet truck,
system for all sizes of trucks. just call us. We'll be right'over. -

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f Beta Club Delegates I man.New members are under con- KAST MenilierI I Childers-Roberts I SPEAKER The Kissimmee Gazette-,-Kissimmee, Fla., Thurs., March 14, '

Attend Convention sideration and will be initiated at Wedding AnnouncedMrs. Rebekah Officers To r Presbyterian Men\

a school assembly in the near by E. Syke s Goodwin

I future. Llllie May Roberts and Hold Rummage Sale : To Hold Bake SaleThe
The Osceola High School Beta Last weekend the Beta dub 1
Mrs Ella E. Bettle 110 Emmett i Once, when the lobby was well Victor F. Childers, both of
Club voted delegates to attend ,
1 sent delegates to the district con- : Kissimmee. were united in The Officers Club of the Kis- United Presbyter M, '
St. arrived for her 9th I filled with listeners
convention be held va a profaneman
the state to vention at Montverde. They were marriage March 1st. simmee Rebekah Lodge will holda will hold a bake sale on ,"" i1[,..
cation season in Kissimmee from roughly refused to the
at Jacksonville May 3-4. Kathy Anthony Sue Lohman, routine sign Judge O. P. Johnson per- a rummage sale Saturday, March day, March 16th 1\ New Richmond, Ohio. At the return card before
They are Bill Stephens, Bruce Bruce Whitewolf, Sandra Adams, I receiving formed the ceremony. 16th, starting at 7:30: a.m. at the front of Hunts ,>i Br1ddt
early of 19 she was married a registered letter. Ella I :
Whitewolf, Mark Lurie, Angie Dianne Pierson and Vance age i Sunrise Shopping Center. Mrs.
.-. Gastaldi, Patsy Thacker, Judy Itf>am. to James Everard Bettle, who I:r politely took considerable abuse Elda Leidy is chairman. I'
was engaged in the trucking busi from this ruffian, finally getting
Roehrich, Vivian Beltz, Julianne I his Grace Lutherans The club will meet Monday.
_Miles, Diane Pierson, Susan Loh- IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE ness. Three children-George : signature. P March 18th at the home of Miss
Marshall, milling machine On another occasion with
a a
Reschedule Meeting Edith Koehl, 317 West Vine, at l 8
: worker, Mary Louise (Sis) mar- I P. O. federal inspector sitting

=: ried to Robert Rosemire, a Proctor -i nearby, wreathed in smiles, she "The Palace of the HighPriest" p.m.The Past Noble Gr ands will
: and Gamble employe and : refrained from telling an imploring -
is the meditation topicof meet Thursday, March 28th, a
h.- John Francis, a World War II i truck driver where to deliver
the Wednesday evening Lenten the home of Mrs. Lucy Hamlin.
soldier under John S. Patton- I a load of floor tiles even' though
I service, March 13. 7:30 p.m. 611 Bay Street, at 8 p.m.
were born to this happy couple. she knew the Town to be the
at Grace Lutheran Church, St.
) John was wounded in the arm at I consignee. If separated spouses I
t r Cloud.
4 ; CAUA. the battle of the "Bulge." By a I could not be; located through pot;: Three Men Receive
I I On Thursday March 14, 1:30
strange coincidence the field doc- offices, neither could any other I
the Dorcas Circle will ,
IN tor who treated his wound and i iI addresses. p.m. Prison SentencesThree

________ { saved the arm was the same Cincinnati -t Though rumor has it that post- meet at the home of Mrs. Louise Rev. O.Victor HitchcockMethodists sentenced
Kuert men were
Pennsylvania Ave.
t I doctor masters and other clerks
hospital supervised are expected
.':r1( The Adult Instruction Class or- prison terms by Circuit Judge
the blood transfusion for to gain information
# !..... by ganizational meeting has been To Frank A. Smith here last week.
i John's son. Terry. He asked Johnto reading all post cards. Ella
a Clarence Peterson was sen-
.. t I bare his thus claims that her conscience rescheduled for Sunday. March
right arm, -
prow prevented
Hold RevivalA tenced to terms of from three to
I ing that he recognized him. her from prying into other 17, at 7:30 pjn. at the chapel.
five years on two counts of
Later, an automobile accident peoples affairs; however she .
DID YOU CALL AGAIN ? had series of services in the New breaking and entering to commit
I caused the death of John; Mrs. suspicions concerning the
: Bettle's two sisters and a brother truth of gossip stories about let- Craig Bell To SpeakTo Life Meeting will be held at the petite larceny and one count
of auto theft. The terms are con
have passed away; after 29 ter carriers studiously reading Garden Club First Methodist Church beginning I
If the people of a town are friendly and helpful busy and happy years together mail matter while passing from March 17th and will run throughthe I current.

: I house to house. 22nd with the Rev. O. Victor I Hugh H. Walker, brought be-
you'll be her husband suffered a severe
glad to visit it again. Craig Bell will be the main fore the judge on a charge of
It I attack of the mumps, which he When asked to use her auto speaker for the Kissimmee Gar- Hitchcock of Melbourne as guest
violation of probation, was sentenced
j failed to survive. his and solicit funds to purchase a minister.
:: deft dub meeting of March. 19,!
We endeavor to conduct our bank on that sickness Mrs. Bettle bravely assisted building to be used as a community There will be two services Sun- to three years at hard
2:30 at Hart Memorial Li-
p.m. labor. Walker had about
call- in transporting all sorts of hall, she acquiesced but : day, at 11 ajn. and 7:30 p.m. eight
same gain principle. When Mr. Bell is .
we please brary. area -
I and months left a five-year probation
merchandise, including cattle and would not drive at night, saying: on Monday through Fridayat

H new and old customers alike, they tell others, pigs, an occupation not usually "I'm afraid of men, dogs and'; for ,Container Corpora- 10 a.m. and 7:20 pjn. I. period when he was arrest-
tion. He also is active in the
followed by housewives. After i snakes.' ; I Charles Selph well known ed in connection with a moon-

helping to build our bank's business so we can several years living alone in her When her Ohio friends ask why Boy Scouts, serving as Adult Ad- evangelistic singer from Winter shine still. For that offense he
she i visor for the Order of the Arrow -i Haven, will serve as soloist and had drawn an 18-month sentenceHe
z keep expanding our services. 8 room home and grieving over keeps coming to Kissimmeethis Council.i i r
in the Boy Scout
leader. probation for stealinga
her losses, her daughter Sis, took smiling, cheerful grandmother i song was on
her to !live in a newly provided of 12 and great-grandmother Election of officers will beheld All services are open to the cow.
The other side of the
d sign shown above is addressed apartment on a sightly hill with :I of 4 has a ready answer: ,"I've and the Day Lily Circle is public and a cordial welcoma is David Florence was sentencedto

: to incoming people. It says WELCOME 15; mile vistas over beautiful known Mr. and Mrs. Jackey for hostess for the afternoon. extended to all.Bridesmaids. two years at hard labor for ,,.

I' I have lot of violation of probation. His original
in big letters SO DO WEI! Ohio territory and.said: "Mother, many years; lovely
'- friends offense was entering without ,
I go get you a job. There is an ; I go for fun; have a"Heck"
dF I of time and Local Girl HonoredIn Lunch breaking.Presidents'.
opening in the post office; makean I a am living

i application; you can do the I.it up." Her son-in-law has this! College ContestGwen Given SaturdayMrs. I

t THE work." Naturally fond of meet-I I[ response: "It's later than you j'

.f ing with people and ';;think." If he could follow her for Council
actively engage
Daniels, 20-year-old Bel Hewen Dasseter
I BANK I church affairs town social and I I she gets out of shuffleboard mont College junior, was first. lando and Mrs. Henry Simmons Formed by ChamberThe
FIRST accepted the
. laughing, hollering and I runnerup in the school's "MissTower" entertained at the Simmons homeon
suggestion. Postmaster I I chamber of has 1i
I commerce
I and talent Road. Saturday,
beauty con- Neptune on
; squealing at.the. kitchen shots
Fred Bannister |
was pleased organized a presidents' roundtable -
test March 1. at Bridesmaids Luncheon hon-
KISSIMMEE along with the 100 boy friends a
OF to listen and
immediately I
delighted a council to co-ordinate
she claims, he might be more Miss Daniels, daughter of Mr. oring Miss Mary Hansell, bride-
by saying: "Come to work activities
'.,. or organizations in this
and Mrs. Jim Daniels, 534 Broadway elect.
in the than a bit surprised. Nineteen
f KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Ella had morning.been years of service in a post office I Kissimmee, represented the Colorful Gerbera daisies, roses area.Wells i roe A.it A.
brought up very Moon, president of the
can lead one to be socially suc Phi Nu Sigma society in a talent and sprays of plum blossom
"OVER 35 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE" strictly by her parents, Georgeand II review 19 for Lions Club, was named chair-
Hattie Clark cessful and possessed of a ready featuring campus formed a perfect background
MEMBER fEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Ebaugh and wit. i| beauties. Poise, charm and graceI the bright spring dresses of the man for a six-month period.
was a stickler for
obedience to
Bryon Hileman. of
I the I I were in evidence as later she guests. president
post office orders and rules. ': the Kiwanis Club, was named
j paraded in a bright red evening Miss Hansell was given a cry-
Bride Elect 'I[gown. stal bowl in blue by her hos- vice chairman for a like period.

Feted ShowerMrs. I! Miss Daniels a medical technology tesses. The group will meet at noon

--H at I student is to be featured Dainty bridal place cards on the first Tuesday of each

Roy Hansell and Mrs. i in a spread in the 1963 Belmont marked covers for the honoree, month. All organizations, civic

o' Merritt Marble were hostesses I College yearbook. The Tower. her mother Mrs. Edward Han- fraternal, veteran, and social
sell the mother, Mrs. are invited to have their president -
I on Wednesday evening, March groom's
I 16, at the Hansel home on Pen-I Maurine Horde, of Nashville, attend the meetings.The .

I field, honoring Miss Mary Han- St. Cloud Auto Firm Tennessee, and Mesdames Cecil first session was held at

I' i sell whose marriage will be an I Tyner, E. J. Parker, Ellis Cooper the Tropical Hotel. Presidingwas
Dream plans come t Changes Name Al Cody, chamber president
I event of March 14. R. Elmo Griffin, Misses
-= The secretary of the organization
flowers were used i i'II Judith Tindall, Cynthis Robertson ''
j iSpring I jlxt',
,.will be Fred McDaniel
true in these ; I throughout the party rooms. The 'II The St. Cloud Chevrolet dealership Alice Parker, Sandra Warden -

/ C 1 t evening was spent' in pleasant j and Osceola County Oldsmobile Susan Warden and the hos- manager of the chamber.
I conversation ana watching the t has recently changed its tesses.
? GENERAL.' A ELECTRID bride elect opening the many name and ownership.The 4 Board Asks Limit To

GEt lovely gifts brought by the [ name has been changed Scattered Bloom
guests. from Courtesy Chevrolet- Olds.

BUILTINKITCHENS t Ranges ''I Dainty cakes iced in white and Co., Inc., to Dave Burchfield Likely This SpringCitrus Board mmebers have
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Chevrolet-Olds., Inc. J. Howard
sherbet punch was served to the Ii
resolution the i
approved a asking
will have to i
I Young, local contractor, has growers
|honoree, her mother, Mrs. Ed pur-
I state legislature to county
considerable judgement in
chased the of stock formerly -
{I|Hansell and about twenty five I
In school
owned Herbert Cow- timing of the past bloom spray
| by
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guests. I I
25 maximum.The .
i l this year. Because the first pet. The new 1963
.. ley.The balance of 75 would
I new principles are: Dave bloom was sparse and scattered pet. i

I Presbyterian Church Burchfield, President; J. Howard additional bloom is likely in come from state sources. I mERCURYOUTBOARDS

Young, Vice President; Lucille J. March or April.As The Osceola action followed a

I Services BroadcastThe Burchfield, Secretary -Treasurer much of the young fruit as report by Jim Winland, finance I

i : i Dave Burchfield who bought Bob possible should be protected with officer for the system, who explained -

11:00: a.m. service on I Chamberlain's stock last March copper, because a warm wet this county's participation -

March 17th and 24th will be will continue as general manager. March favorable to Melanose is had increased from 17.98 (All Lake (xWoved)
broadcast from the First United I forecast. Zinc and other nutri- pet in 1938-59 to 24.1 pet. in

v PARKS FURNITURE CO. Presbyterjan Church over tionals will be needed as well as 196263.It .

radio station WOSL. Fondren Mitchell rust mite control in many cases. See the new Merc 1000, 100

Rev. Dorr Van Etten, pastor This year several fields of looks like Winter is about hp, and Mere 850, 85 hp . .

i KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD will conduct the services. Buys Registered Bulls watermelons have been plantedin over and if this is the case, pasture world's moat_ powerful outboard -

892-2011 Osceola County. Growers fertilization should be start- motors. Theee 6-cylinder

847.4171 IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN Fondren Mitchel should be prepared to spray for ed soon. Pasture should receive' Meres can show a roostertailto

i __ un _____n__ ------- THE GAZETTE chased two registered recently Aberdeen-pur- disease at least every ten daysto either a top dressing or complete any other outboard . push

.... . . .. .., . . I i Angus bulls from Balfour Farms two weeks depending on fertilizer in amount that will big cruisers with ease.
.. _-'"- "- "'._.,--..."" ......--...<''."" m _.. _ _- jat Thomasville, Georgia. weather. Zinc at the rate of two supply at least 45 pounds of actual See Merc's new 4-cylinder
I t pounds to 100 gallon of water is nitrogen. motors. . the Mere 650, 65

I recommended for spraying mel- hp and the Mere 500 50 hp.
REPORT FROM MOTOR TREND EXPERTS ON THE '63 RAMBLERS: ons. This should be alternatedwith BUY FROM THE The all-new Mere 650 is a 4*

OFlar Manch at the same rate. GAZETTE ADVERTISERS cylinder in-line engine and

one on other car" I I many of its parts are interchangeable -
: up every o with the well-
I It
) FOR Court Has proved Merc 1000, The new
; County
.I Mere 500 will operate on up
IGTURES : to 50% leas fuel than other

.. t : outboards in its power range
... Full Docket SetHoward Both have Mere s new weed.
i .. We have everything y > .. I leas water intake that's'irtu-
''f r indr ptc'vre turt
I ally immune to dogging.

j 9.. ; w The March term of county I, E. Tyger, Qareaee W. I II I I

,It \ I court opened with more than 358 j':1 I Sunday, both of St. Cloud Jesse I I There are four Mercury twins
-: R. Goodman, of Loughmaa and . 35, 20, 9.8 and 6 horsepower. -
cases on the docket. I I
The Merc 350 35
new ,
i i James E. Rutledge, of J>ave
,. County Judge O. P.: Johnson j 1 hp, has Power Dome combustion -

.f! will try them and Phillip Kelley :port. I Ii chambers like its more
.. !I Ray also summoned 40 lor pocisible !
will be
prosecutor. powerful! brothers and is avail
.. -i, + ..a. To prepare for possible trials, ; jury duty in circuit court 1' able with either manual or electric

.ra.. -- Judge Johnson ordered County !beginning| Tuesday. The names of starting. The new Mere

"I -r.,;. I Clerk Glenn Ray to call a jury. '''those: called are: I I 200, 20 hp h husky enough

.I Sheriffs deputies summoned the ;i I Raymond J. Lanier Lywwood ,I for big jobs. . small enoughto

II following 24 persons to appear.:Lupo, Horace E. Lowe, Alvin W. : fit in the trunk of your car.

.,I :. KODAK 8CAMERA March 19 at 9:30 ajn. for possible I.Seyler: Ralph A. Shore Jr., Carl Mere 110 is the worlds lightest

'f, jury duty: !I Matthew Schmidt Cecil P. Bush 9.8 hp fishing motor. It weighs

r.; I Edgar A. Densmore, Everett ,;Ullliam Thomas MaMnsoa Wil- only 55 pound . as little as

r B. Clinton, Hugh A. Holmes, Stan-i{heknus G. Heeren, Otto Humble, I competitors' 5H hp outboards.
Twin-Stick near Shift with Instant Overtake Rambler American 440 Convertible.Power top standardRammer963
Precision...smart styling... ley G. Osterberg, Lester Privett, |.1 Cecil W. Mclaughlin; I II The new Mere 60, 6 bp, is the

;( budget price! Robert M. Lancaster, William G. i I Graver James Baxter Avis K. 1 lightest, liveliest little motor

iimCaroftbe: Year" Newman H. J. Mangum, Richard I j|S. Griffin, Darrell C. Carte, John I that ever sat on a transom.
Making movies is as easy as O. Bronson, James E. day, Marvin :'E. Carroll, Wiffiam R. Campbell. Ij AM the new 19S Mercs have
with this new Chit-I Francis C. Cardone, Owen W. j
snapshooting O. Purdy, Herbert E.
i fun gearshift . forward, neu-
1. I. One up on every other car" is a quote from I Kodak 8 movie camera. Eaiy-to- wood Oscar Lee Partin, Ray-,Simmons, W. Arthur Hale H. tral and reverse. All are available -

@ Motor Trend Magazine's experts after road- follow guide tells how to set the mond V. Gauthier, William Rice, .,Stanley Overstreet, J. Prator Gilbert with single-lever remote

:. testing the '63 Rambler American Convertible lens.Then just aim and press the Lothar H. Goold. Mary J. Myers, ''I Theodore L. Hughes, Ray-I controls.

.J L;; (pictured above) with Twin-Stick Floor ; button for bright colorful movies Gilbert J. Mears, Albert G. Fed-' mond G. Lytle, Dayton E. Treat

:'' Shift, Rambler's sports-car option. !Extra-fast f/1.9Ienslets you erIe and Cecil Floyd. Norris, all',, Jamie Winston Cowart aU 06Kissmxnee. :'I lee Skim MOW. Buy one and yet
i shoot on dull days make movies nerc RUN for your money/
See all
Why don't you look at a Rambler? of Kissimmee;
i late in the day, take better movies I
the ways < one up on the rest-with Deep- : indoors. A great value I IOaly Ii

i Dip rustpiuofing, sparkling performance with f i
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t proved ceo.ny, optional Reclining Bucket 53395I r.KISSIMMEE

Seats. Complete tine induces vie lowest-priced I MARINE

y' U.S. car. See your Rambler -ater! YOUR KODAK .
]DouIHSalttJIrattsseifadjust2.IIMiaPwC:1I'M T t -best mileace of any car ia any dass I

inn, too art, in effect, says Motorwn scored by a Rambler American 440 with overdrive lathe FREE CarX-Ray Boot in save you money I DEALER IN SALES. !
Trend "two separate braking syv NASCAR-SancQoned Pure 08 l Economy Test first of buying a new car. At your R.. abler dealer!
teas front and rear." 3 events fa the'63 Pure 03 Performance Tnah. I OSCEOLA COUNTY I I
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Junior Women ,,6 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla.! Thurs., March 14, 1963

Each Wednesday p. m. JOTTINGSby regular meeting of the
N. Randolph NO.STATK hereby not I fed that the above des- Kissimmee Junior Woman's E. Alien airman Uri Mrs. Jew Thicker spoke to
S...., Srks . . . 11 .... cribed property has been seized.
S.aeey School. . . . f-.SO ; OF FLORIDA. under and by virtue of Chapter ANNE J.REYNOLDS i Club was held at the Woman's son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. the members of fee Weafeyan
T vs.ONE 1945 WILLYS JEEP, 562. Florida Statutes as amended building on March 5. Allen of 1M Drury Ave.. Kissim Service Guild Monday Bfeb when
and is now In the possession of the
MOTOR No. CJ 2A 11266. Board of County Commissioners of All who attended the regu' The meeting was opened by mee is serving with Fighter they met at the home of Mrs.
FORFEITURE" hind him
IN RE: THE this County and and each of now. Mrs. Murray Overstreet Jr. of
Call. you. Squadron 161 which was part Charles Hawk Jr. on Patoway.
. FOLLOWING DESCRIBED are hereby further notified lar monthly meeting of the
PROPERTY 1945 W ILL Y S you. said It was announced that thefe I the combined force of 20 ships A interesting program' on
that a petition under Chapter. Orange Blossoms Civic Association his wife very
A fellow tells us '
Parks Furniture Co. JEEP. MOTOR No. CJ 2A 11266 been filed in the Circuit Courtof would be a sale :
has rummage on engaged in Exercise Saddle "What Shall We TW Our Children
FLORIDA TO last evening
THE STATE OF the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and Thursday worried so much about grow-
April 6. After discus-
For Prompt Ropoir of Your HENRY CLARK for Osceola County Florida seek- were very much intrigued by ing old that she turned blonde some Blanket early in February off the About Race" brought about
Florida sion and the
ing the forfeiture of the said property the button collection of Mrs; recommendation coast of Southern California.The group participatkNa.
REFRIGERATORPhone and you are hereby directed overnight of the Board it de-
CLARA CARROLLRoute was five-day exercise held During the .buniiKimo meeting,
847-4171 and required to file your claim. If Clifford Woodard and her discussion -
7, Florida Box 511 A. any you have and show cause on of the more unusual the love- cided that the Juniors would from Feb. 4 through Feb. 8, dealt conducted by Miss Hike Bass
Orlando From an advice to
or before the 29th day of March. accept sponsorship of Educational
1963. If not personally served with and interesting items of her lorn column: This morningI films mainly with anti-submarine war- it was decided to hold a non-
herein and within twenty for the schools fare training. The operation cen- sale with proceeds to go
LEARN BARBERING STOVES REFRIGERATORS process collection. It is hard to real- found lipstick all over the mage
(20) days from personal service if for the forthcoming
that which year. tered around a fast carrier sinking :to the sanctuary cushion fund.A .
Insure Tow future 1m a personally served with process ize buttons are collar of my husband's shirt. Miss Dietrich
weU-payiar profe.*i mBar USED herein why the said property generally considered an every- He tried to tell me it was tomato force with its wide range of nominating committee composed -
Night CU SIN' should not be forfeited pursuant to Home Demonstration Agent,
V.A. Approved FURNITURE said Chapter. Should you fail to day and utility item could juice. What would you detection and strike capabilities. of Mrs. Duncan McFar-

Orlando Barber College file claim as herein directed Judg- be so interesting. A vote of do in a case like that?- gave a very interesting program [ Cruisers destroyers sutoma'rines land Mrs Glenn Dun more and

S3M S. Orange BI_.... Tr. Sewell-Thurmond ment in will due be course.entered Persons herein not against per- thanks should be extended to -Gwenn on color and clothes. and logistics ships also Mrs. Robert Eby, was appointed.
you The meeting followed '
GA B-H7S 1015 West Church ORLANDO sonally served with process may the hostesses for the beautiful Dear Gwenn: "I'd find out was by were engaged in the operation.The Election of officers will be held

.-. ->- ;1 obtain forfeiture a copy filed herein of the from petition the undersigned for- table decorations, all done who the tomato was." very following tasty members refreshments.were The exercise came under the operational April let at the home of Parah

1I Clerk of Court. i in a St. Patrick's day motif present command of Commander and Sarah Clark. .
I WITNESS my hand and the seal ''as well as the delicious re Honored On : Mmes. Murray Over- First FleetBethany Other guests besides Mrs.
of the above styled Court at Kis- street Jr. Earl Harris Bill
simmee. Osceola County. Florida. freshments. It can be truly Thacker were Mrs. GertrudeTewksbury

We Have Moved! I! this(SEAL 4th) day of March 1963. said that the entertainmentand 16th AnniversaryMr. Wallis Makinson Charles Frank Jackson Godwin Bill, Circle To Mrs. EU pinkfe and

Sl GLENN RAY refreshment features of Mrs. Art Dyer. Mesr*ers attending
Clerk Circuit Court the Association meetings are : and Mrs. Otis Bailey of 116 Lynn Lupo Larry Harrelson Meet Monday Night were Mates. Al Cody, Jane
Osceola County. Florida Edward Brinson Dick Veleta,
I March 7, 14, 21, 1963. "getting better all the time!" Sumner Street celebrated their Davis Bateman, Dick Luzad- I I The Bethany Circle of the First Stanko, Vehna Reynolds, Glenn
16th wedding anniversary and the
CORP.New Dunsmore Duncan Mc aHand.
W. H. MORSE United Presbyterian Church will ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of Mrs. at their der. Bob Makinson, Sam Lup-
birthday Bailey
This is a reminder that R. R. Pollom and Robert Eby>>
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN fer. III, John Jamison and meet Monday evening at 8 o'clockin
AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Games Night for the benefitof apartment on March 10th. the educational building with and Misses Helen Bass and Parah
The included Mr. and Carol Johnston Mary Ellen \
FLORIDA.LAW the Berlin Memorial Li- Clark
NO. Mrs. Forrest Hayes and Mrs.
Carter Cindy Robertson
Location 323 Broadway brary will be on Thursday Mrs Roy Nash, Mrs. Evelyn
Ray Eldridge as
STATE OF FLORIDA evening Mar. 14 at 7:30. As Bird Mrs. C. E. Young Brenda Mary Hansell Mary Ruth
847-3133 Mrs. Maurice will lead
New Phone Watts. Grigsby BUY FROM THE
vs.ONE 1955 FORD TRUCK.ID stated in the bulletin there Kay Bailey and Dr. Bill Groothof
the All members are
i study group. I GAZETTE
Diagonally Across from A & P IN No.RE F10D5A21403.: FOREFEITURE OF THE will be prizes and refresh all of Kissimmee; Mr. and Airs. I urged to attend. ADVERTISERS

FOLLOWING DESCRIBED ments. The donations will be Malcom Arnold Oneonta New Orange Gardens I -
PROPERTY: FORD PICK 50 cents. York; Mrs. Laura Root Evans-
UP TRUCK.ID Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Tom Civic Group Met
No. F10D5A21403.THE port. ; I
The committee in charge of Indiana; Mr.
BOX 597HAINES the Cinerama trip to Tampa and Mrs Ernest Millikan Bloomington The Orange Gardens Civic

PROFESSIONAL APPRAISALS CITY. FLORIDA scheduled for Saturday the Indiana.Refreshments. sociation met Thursday with As-I MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY

PERSONS. FIRMS 23rd. wish to call attention were served and Renus Olsen presiding.Miss .
AND CORPORATIONS OWNING tp the necessity of making arrangements many nice gifts were received by Edith Spencer led in U.S. LAY INSPECTORS: ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINEE: ORDSR
HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- singing by'I'' BUYER: PROVISIONS DEFT (Beef. Pork. V..... Lamb) SALES: Car
TEREST IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN for this trip so the couple. Mrs. Roy Nash pre-- :group accompanied Route. Hotel Institutional Chain Star Marketing Other Hicber Payinc
ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED that reservations can be made sented the hostess with a lovely Miss Elsie McPherson. She alsointroduced Positions; We prefer men having aome livestock or farm background.
Kissimmee Furniture Store PROPERTY: willing to work hard for advancement, top security and retirement hnno..
You. and each ('f you. are for choice seats at an early corsage. the quartette, com- fr'is. write Nam. Age. Address, why you feel you should be as idet.d.
hereby notifed that the above des- date. As stated in the bulletin posed of K. C, Moore John Holt Now

23 Broadway cribed property has been of Chapter seized. the tickets will be 90 cents. Homer Fidler and J. J. Lock-1!
and virtue
under by
562 Florida Statutes as amended The subject of the Cineramawill Moose To Sponsor wood, who sang "In The Eve- ;: NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MEAT PACKING
Telephone 847-4411 and Is now in the possession of the : SOX 931 KISSIMMEE
Commissioners of be "Search for Paradise. ning" and "You Tell Me Your
Board of County
this County and you and each of (Where else can one get a Beauty PageantsThe Dreams". 1
A complete free interior decorating service plannedto you. are hereby further notified introduced'
trip to Paradise for such a Miss Spencer then
that a petition, under said Chapter f'
suit pocketbook. Featuring Name Brand, has been filed In the Circuit Courtof nominal fee?" Loyal Order of Moose No. Mrs. a W. Woodard of Orlando j

your the Ninth Judicial Circuit in seeking and It is suggested that anyone 2026 will sponsor three separate who gave the group a very in- ;, r
Florida. ,
Furniture, Bedding, Accessories, Carpets, Accent foi the Osceola forfeiture County.of the said property desiring further information beauty contests for the coming teresting and informative talk on FOR

and you are hereby directed: get in touch with Mrs. E. A. Pioneer Day celebration to be "Button Collecting As A HObby".

Rugs, Lamps and Draperies. and any required you have to and file show your cause claim.on If Woods, 721 George St 'phone held at St. Cloud March 30th. Mrs. Woodard is past presidentand I

or before the 29th day of March. 7472769. Final tryouts will be held Thurs- founder of the Buttons Clubof
(Evening Appointments) 1963. if not personally served with day March 28th. Orlando. :

I process(20) days herein from and personal within service twenty if Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Entrants for the Junior Miss The hostess chairman Mrs. H. d

r * * * * * * * *'* * * * *'* * herein personally, why served the with said property process of Amherst Ohio are visiting ,pageant must be residents of Os- H. Massengill and her committee oMPttFENS

. should not be forfeited pursuant to with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lewisof ceola County and shall be not Mrs. Vernon Berwick Mrs.
Should you fall to 1723 Janet St., and it is I
. said Chapter. reported -less than six years of age or Charles Gerauld Mrs. Grace
herein directed Judgment I
file claim as that they are delightedwith
V., will be entered herein against more than 12. Sawyers Mrs. Roy Craven and I
. r you in due course. Persons not per- the nice warm spring Entrants for the Miss St. Cloud :Mrs. Frances Seufert served
.-' sonally served with process mav weather we have been havingfor contest must be resident of St. I F Ft
. obtain a copy of the petition for a cookies and fancy breads froma GAS c,4
. fur. forfeiture filed herein from, the undersigned the past several days. Cloud single a high school grad- most attractive table which I
. WITNESS Clerk my Courtthe seal uate or still attending high school was decorated in the St. Patricks I 'IQvlna H1.OtfYM
E. P. NEIDfor 'j of the above styled Court at Kis Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Butlerof and shall be not less than 16 or motif. DELIVERIES .
: County. Florida. 1640 Day
: simmee Osceola Janet St. have been than 20. CQMPBHHO GAS
of March. 1963.
this 4th day AND
. Jt (CT CT SEAL entertaining several out-of- For Pioneer Queen the entrants '
GLENN RAY town guests.Mr. Gloriosa Circle [COOMMG+ Mf ATiNtHlf MIGlRATUNll&ll
. s/ Clerk Circuit Court must be residents of Osceola. SERVICE

. Jt f'I Osceola County. Florida County not less than 50 or more To Meet FridayThe
Mayor *f March 7. 14, 21. 1963. and Mrs. Roy Wynne than 90.
. from Akron Ohio, recently Gloriosa Circle meetingwill The GREEN'S FUEL trademark'is your Guarantee of Satltlactlon. .-
*j All organizations and merchantsof
. City Gets $5,948.65 visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. With our own refineries, vast underground and aboveground -
be held Friday March 15,
: City Election :I.I'From Cigarette Tax I Cooley of 1800 ,Orange Blvd., sponsor Osceola t candidate County are Entry invited'blanks to at thee of Mrs. D, E. Coop-I' you can storage always depend facilities on, plus a reliable our own gas railroad supply.GREEN'S tank car fleet. ,

I. The City of Kissimmee received. 'Mr. and Richard and rules may be picked up ,at errider Canterbury Lane, 2:30 < ,. ""
Mrs. Kelley
: TuesdayMarch 5943.65 front the state cigarette the Moose Lodge or the.Chamberof p.m. Mrs. Wm. Nahm will show
visitors of Mrs:
I J I. tax collected in accord-. are Grace Commerce. colored slides of wild flowers FUEL (
. 26th January Sawyers 1716 Janet St. The i \ \r I
found in Ohio.Election I
. ing to Richard B. Keating di- Kelley's have also been visiting -

. I rector ol the state beverage department several points of Interest Lulu Overstreet of officers will take I,
k * * * * * * * * * * * * ,* * s which collects the tax. place so ,all members are urg-
. ... in Florida. ; .
I Circle Met 1 Monday: ed to attend. Mrs. Clyde Nelson "--'::....iJIi

Dr. and Mrs. William Jonesof The Lulu Overstreet Circle had and Mrs. Wm. Sussenberger are i I PARKS FURNITURE CO.

East Brunswick N. J. are eight members three associate co-hostesses.
- ANNOUNCEMENT also with "See Us For Your Gas Applzances"j '
- visiting Mrs. Saw- members and six guests presentat There are 70 school forests

yers. This is the Jones' return the home of Mrs. Ethel Rule maintained as chapter projects KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

We'reChanging trip here. They spent with Mrs. Lelia Dyer assistingthe by Florida's Future Farmers of j 847-4171 892-2011
several weeks with Mrs. Saw- hostess. America.

yers last winter and had a Mrs. Lena Hunt conducted the

4 most enjoyable time with Mrs. business meeting and asked Mrs.

Sawyers and also met so many Rule to lead the devotions.

friendly folks here in the Gar- Mrs. Webster Collins introducedRev.

.. dens and are taking great 1
Anthony who told of his
J pleasure in this
Our return trip. work as chaplain in the Utica

New York state hospital for the
Mrs. E. J. Ladson of 1714

Name"! her Orange granddaughter has been visited Susan. by mentally Mrs. Arthur ill. Held invited the

circle to meet at her' home in

Orange Gardens for a 12:30 cooperative -
Mr. and Mrs. Urban Laber-
- and Phone No., too! dee of Baldwinsville N. Y. luncheon on April first.

are visiting with their parents -,' Esther Circle Meets 1 !

St. Cloud's Chevrolet Dealer and Brisbin, Mr.'of 1605 and Orange Mrs. W.Blvd.E. Monday Afternoon e 1 1

ONCE OVER LIGHTLY: The Esther Circle of the First

Osceola County's Oldsmobile As a surprise birthday United Presbyterian Church will

party for Bob Hope Lucille meet Monday March 18th, at 2

Ball spoke of his salad days. p.m. with Mrs Sam Prather 116 1 1 -

Dealer has a new name "He was handsome then" she Randolph Ave. .

said. "Big chest hard stom Mrs Harry Johnston will be

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LEGAL NOTICES |I tlons requisite to an elector In state TN CIRCUIT cOURT OF THE THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH NOTICE OF THE COUNTY JUDGE'S The Kissimmee Gazette, Klssimmee, Fla., Thurs., March 14, 1963 7YULLIAMS
RESOLUTION KO. 7-6S the City of Klssimmee for a periodof AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. OF UNNAMED FLORIDA. You are hereby notl- Osceola County. Florida
: WHEREAS' under the laws and! six months next preceding the FLORIDA. LAW No. 2665. IN CHANCERY NO. 6460 NOTICE IS : ESTATE OF fled that a cult in equity for divorce -r March '7. 14 21 tM3.
ordinances of the City of Kisslm-21st day of March 1963. and who STATE OF FLORIDA TEACHERS INSURANCE AND ) pursuant to Section WELBAUM. Deceased. has been brought against you I.
mee Its general elections are required shall have been registered on the VI. ANNUITY ASSOCIATION OF ) Statutes of 1955, that, NOTICE TO CREDITORS by LEONARD WILLIAMS la the I! IN THE CIRCUIT COL'RT OF THE
to be held on the last Tues-' registration books of said City according -1952 FORD SEDAN. AMERICA. a corporation or- ) County CREDITORS. LEGATEES. Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN;
day In March of each year; and. to law shall be entitled to MOTOR No. B2SP102157.IN ganlzed and existing under the ) County. Florida, on the AND ALL PER Circuit in and for Couaty of I IOsceola AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTS.
WHEREAS. before any regular vote In said regular general municipal RE FORFEITURE OF THE laws of the State of New York ) March. A. D. 1963. S HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- State of Florida and you
t general election the Mayor-commix election. FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY Plaintiff ) lution closing vacating AGAINST SAID ESTATE: are hereby summoned ordered aaa FLORIDA.LAW NO -
I stoner shall Issue his proclamation The Commission shall appoint the : VI. ) doning the following and each of you are hereby required to file your written answer -
I signed by him and attested by the: necessary clerks and Inspectors to 1952 FORD SEDAN. MOTOR ROBERT RAY FAULKNER ) tion of unnamed platted ed and required to present or defenses to the Complaint STATE OF FLORIDA
City Manager, ordering said election conduct said election and make due No B-2-SP102157. and GLORIA JEAN FAULKNER ) ceola County. Florida claims which you. or either of flied herein against you In tM vs. .
at least thirty days prior to. returns thereof as provided by law. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO hb wife; ) That portion of may have against the estate above entitled cause. In the office 1900 STUDEBAKER ONE TON
the date set for said election; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. COLEMAN COX. JR. Defendants. ) platted road lyIng Welbaum. deceased late of of the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn VAN TRUCK.
THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED that this resolution and said election LENOX STREET NOTICE OF SUIT of the West half of County Florida tothe and for OsceoU County. Florid SERIAL No. R1511291IN
Tha the following election procla proclamation shall be published ROUTE 7. BOX 483 TO' ROBERT RAY FAULKNERand 116. and to the East Judge of said county at his at his office In the Court House InKissimmee RE FORFEITURE OF THi-
mation be Issued: in tthe Klsslmmee Gazette. a ORLANDO. FLORIDA GLORIA JEAN FAULKNERhis and 117. In Section In the Courthouse at Kissim- Florida. on or before FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
PROCLAMATION weekly newspaper published in said AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS wife 26 South. Range 30 Florida. within six calendar the 8th day of April A.D. 1963. PROPERTY : 1960 STUDEBAKER -
IT IS HEREBY announced and City. once a week for at least thIr- AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. and to any and all other parties Ing to the Plat of I from the date of the first and to serve a copy of such answer ONE TON VAN TRUCK
proclaimed that a regular general ty days prior to the date of saidelection HAVING OR CLAIMING AN INTEREST claiming any right. title and/or Land and Investment of this 'Notice. Each or defenses upon Thaeker and SERIAL No. R15-1U91
election' In the City of Klsatmmee.L . IN OR LIEN ON THE interest in and to the following described Inc..) Subdivision of or demand must be In writ ,, Tha br. Pontiffs at&0me71 Mre- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
.Florida will be held during the BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY: property to wit: as recorded among the and must state the place of' In. whose address is Box 377. Klsslmmee ..- HAROLD JOHNSON
legal hours of voting on the 26th that the form of official ballot to YOU. AND EACH OF YOU. are Lot 18. KISSIMMEE HIGH- ords of the office of of the claimant and must Florida on or before sW GENERAL DELIVERY
day of March 1963 at 27 Broadway be used In said election shall be hereby notified that the above described LANDS REPLAT according to <( Klsslmmee. Florida. for the purposeof substantially as follows to wit property has been seized. the plat thereof as recorded in County. Florida. : or attorney. or the same will fall to do so a Decree Pro Coo-
electing a Mayor-commissioner NO. under and by virtue of Chapter 562. Plat Book 1. Page 360. Public and renouncing and : void according to law. I tense will be entered against you AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRM
whose term of office shall begin at Official Ballot Florida Statutes as amended. and Records of Osceola County, Florida right of the County and the 4th day of March. 1963. for the relief demanded In the AND CORPORATIONS OWMM.
8:00 P.M. on the first Tuesday in Regular General Municipal Election ts now In the possession of the In and to the land so ml CARL \V. REIDEL Complaint.WITNESS. HAVING OR CLAIMING AN INTEREST =
April .1963 for a period of two City of Klssimmee Board of County Commissioners of Including specifically but not byway suth portions of Executor of the Estate of my hand as Clerk of IN OR LIEN IN OR LJFN
years. and a City. Commissioner to Make a cross mark (x) before this County. and you. and each of of limitation. the following fix- platted road. Ruth Welbaum. deceased said Circuit Court of Osceola County. ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBFP
succeed George Reynolds. City Commissioner the names of the candidates of your ,ou. are hereby further notified tures and equipment: BOARD OF W. O>erstreet. Jr Florida Mad the seal of wMCourt PROPERTY
r whose/present term of choice. that a petition.. under said Chapter.has Surface unit and oven; heater; for Executor at Klsslmmee Osceola County. YOU. AND EACH OF YOL ar
office expires at 8:00 P.M. on the, FOR MAYOR first Tuesday in April 1963. for a Vote for one. the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED FLORIDA Florida i A.D.. 1963. property has been seizedunder
period of two years. and a City' ( ) for Osceola County. Florida. seekIng that the Plaintiff. TEACHERS IN- By sHarris 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963. /GLENN RAY and by virtue of Chapu
Commissioner to succeed Adrian ( ) the forfeiture of the said property SURANCE AND ANNUITY ASSOCIATION CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT 968. Florida Statutes as amended
T' Bovis. City Commissioner, whose CROUP ONE: Vote for one. and you are hereby directed OF AMERICA. a corpo- (County Commissioner's THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT. OSCEOLA and Is now in the possession of tht-
present term of office expires ft FOR CITY COMMISSIONER For and required to file your claim, if ration organized and existing under March 14. 21. 28. April OSCEOLA COUNTY. COUNTY. FLORIDA '; Board of County Commissioners of
8:00 P.M. on thefirst Tuesday In' Two-year Term to Succeed any you have. and show cause. onor the laws of the State of New York. FLORIDA. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) this County and >ou and each oi
April. 1963. for a period of two Adrian Bois before the 5th day of April. 1963. has instituted suit against you In IN THE CIRCUIT : ESTATE OF Thacker and Thaeker. you a hereby further not1fiu'tthat
years; also submitting civil service ( ) 11 not personally served with process the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial NINTH JUDICIAL A. LONG. Deceased. Attorneys for Plaintiff a petition under said Chapterhas
for policemen and firemen to the ( ) herein. and within twenty days Circuit. In and for Osceola AND FOR OSCEOLA OF INTENTION TO Klsslmmee Florida been filed In the Circuit CourtOf
oters. GROUP TWO Vote for one. from personal service if personally County, Florida, the nature of the FLORIDA. (A APPLICATION FOR March 7. 14 21. 28. 1963 the Ninth Judicial Circuit In ami
All persons possessing qualifica-, FOR CITY COMMISSIONER For served with process herein. why suit is to foreclose that certain IN CHANCERY FINAL DISCHARGE i los Osceola County. Florida. seeking .
-_: Two-Year Term to Succeed the said property should not be forfeited mortgage which encumbers the PENINSULA ALL WHOM IT MAY CON : IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT U forfetur of the said property .
George Reynolds pursuant to said chapter. above described property said property OF CEDARHURST. a : OSCEOLA COUNTY. yo hereby dlr h.j
SAND ROCK ( ) _h_'._" m.. Should you fall to file claim as being situated and located in States corporation. IS HEREBY GIVEN FLORIDA.IN and required to file your claim. if
MORTAR MIX ( ) -. .... herein directed. Judgment will be Osceola County Florida. You and Eva Marie Young has filed RE: ESTATE OF have and show cause "n
CIVIL SERVICE FOR POLICE"AND entered against you in due course. each of you are hereby required to vs report as executrix of the WILLIAM E. MAXSON. also 0 1 bo y the 29th day of March
STEEL & WIRE MESH FIREMEN Persons not personally served with file your Answer with the Clerk of A. NEAL ALFORD and of William A. Long, deceas- known as W. E. MAXSON. 19 I personally served with I
AGAINST ( ) process may obtain a copy of the the Circuit Court., In and for Os- T. ALFORD. his wife. she has filed petition for deceased. herein and within twt>nt\
FOR ( ) petition for forfeiture filed herein ceola County Florida and serve a OLD FARMER and discharge. and that she will NOTICE OF INTENTION TO (30) days from personal service 1 f
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. from the undersigned Clerk of copy thereof upon Harold A. Ward FARMER. his wife and to the Honorable O. P. John- MAKE APPLICATION FOR ply served with I process
that the City Manager be. and he Court. III. of the firm of Wlnderweedle BROTHERS INC., a County Judge of Osceola FINAL DISCHARGE | tM said propertv
Is hereby. authorized and directedto WITNESS my hand and the seal Haines A Ward. 224 Park Avenue. corporation Florida. on the 5th day of 'TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN < should not be forfeited pursuant t"
have the necessary 'official bal of the above styled Court at Kls- South. Winter Park. Florida. At- 1963. for approval of same : sid Chapter Sld' yo fall II
lots printed. and make all such simmee. Osceola County, Florida torneys for Plaintiff in the above MORTGAGE g for final discharge as execu- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN claim a Jude
ther arrangements and do all this 11th day of March. 1963. action. on or before the 15th day NOTICE OF of the estate of William A. That Frances M. Robinson has filed meat will entered herein anatr-
other things as may be necessaryfor (CT. CT. SEAL) of April. 1963. else a Decree Pro TO B. HAROLD deceased. her final report as ancillary ad- yoM in due course Persons not personally .
conducting said election accordIng GLENN RAY Confesso will be entered againstyou. ANNA L. 4th day of March. 1963. ministratrix CTA of the Estate of served with process m.- '
to hV Clerk Circuit Court whose address Is SEVA MARIE YOUNG William E. Maxson. also known as obi a copy of t petition for
Passed and duly adopted on the Osceola County, Florida. IT IS ORDERED that this be 1209 McRee Drive Executrix of the Estateof W E. Maxson. deceased; that she filed fr the unaeralpned -
KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 9th day of February. 1963. March 14. 21. 28. 1963. published in The Kissimmee Gazette Valdosta Georgia William A. Long. has filed Petition for Final Discharge Clerk of .
ALBERT ROGERSIts .. a newspaper published In Osce You -are hereby deceased. : and that she will apply to WITNESS my hand and the sen
)1ayor- mmlssloner IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE ola County Florida. once each week notice that a suit has W Overstreet. Jr. the Honorable O P. Johnson. County of th above styled Court at Kis
ATTEST. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN for four consecutive weeks. against you In the for Executrix Judge of Osceola County. Florida sll. Osccola County Florida
Phone: 847-3524 CHARLES JACKSON AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY WITNESS the hand of the Clerkof The nature of the suit. Box 492 on the 5th day of April. 1963. day of March 1963
Clerk to the Commission FLORIDA. LAW No. 2666. the Circuit Court. Osceola County. ing. Is a Complaint for Florida for approval of same and for final :CT CT SEAL)
Feb.: 21. 28. March 7. 14. 1963. STATE OF FLORIDA Florida. this the 8th day of of a mortgage. The 7. 14, 21, 28, 1963. discharge as ancillary administratrix GLENN RAY
va. March. 1963.CIRCUIT Court in which said CTA of the estate of William Clerk Circuit Court
NOTICE TO BIDDERS 956 CHEVROLET SEDAN. ( COURT SEAL) ceeding. is pending is E. Maxson. also known as W. E. Osccola County FlorIda
GREEN'S FUEL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to MOTOR No. VB56B15423 7s/ GLENN RAY Court of the Ninth CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT OF THE Maxson. deceased. Mar 7. 14. 31. IMS
I all interested bidders I that the IN RE FORFEITURE OF THE Clerk of the Circuit Court In and for Osceola FOR OSCEOLA CIRCUIT. IN This 26th day of February A.D. -.- -
Board of County Commissioners of FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- Winderweedle. Haines &: Ward In Chancery No. 6457 COUNTY. 1963.
Sales and Service I Osceola County. Florida. will receive ERTY: 224 Park Avenue. South the suit Is LAW NO. r FRANCES M. ROBINSON Arfhur W. Forsyth
sealed bids until 10:00 A.M. 1956 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SE- Winter Park. Florida AL BANK OF Ancillary Administratrix CPA
I March 25. 1963. for the purchase of DAN. MOTOR No. VB56B154423 March 14. 21. 28 April 4. 1963. United States OF FLORIDA I of the Estate of William E.Mfxson. In Exercise
one (1) 1963 one-half ton pick-up- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO NEAL ALFORD and also known asV..
WOW 147-4172 147-4171 I truck. All bids should Include allowance NATHANIEL LEE ALFORD. his wife. FORD TRUCK. I E. Maxson. deceased.
for trade-in Ft. Pierce Florida NOTICE TO BIDDERS FARMER and ANNA L. Murray W Overstreet. ..Jr.I W. Forsyth
K1SSIMMEI i on one (1) No. 87HC-142369. Army ,
1960 GMC model pick-up truck AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS his wife, and CASH FORFEITURE OF THE Attorney for Ancillary
all Interested bidders that the Boardof of 3003
son Bryan Forsyth,
which CORPORATIONS OWNING. INC. a Florida I Administratrix CPA
be AND
For GOJ Delivery: Phone I may Inspected at the Os- Commissioners of Os- FOLLOWING DESCRIBED -
ceola Road HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- County description of the real i Box 492KIssimmee. Freedom Kfectmnee
County Department PROPERTY: 1948 FORD ONE- recently -
Harold W d 847-2058 ceola County. Florida will receive R.
i Barn at Klssimmee TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE equipment I Involved in Florida
Park. Florida. HALF TON
R. A. Fletcher 847-4539 sealed bids until 10:00 A.M., March ing described In the TRUCK. part in ExerciseWINTERSNAP
PROPERTY'YOU : March 1963.
I Specifications may be obtained ABOVE DESCRIBED Interna- ENGINE No. 87HC-142369 7. 14. 21. 28.
Kenneth ftlcdio from Glenn Ray. Clerk of the AND EACH OF YOU. are 25.tional 1963.motor for one No.(1)UDFM36914 new jet as follows STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I II, a cold weather
892.7695 [St. Cloud] Board of County Commissioners. at hereby notified that the above described type head. altered to fit standard Lot 5. F C. BROWN IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE field
his office in the property has been seized. SUBDIVISION. as IN training maneuver in
For Cat Service: PhoneJ. simmee. under and by virtue of Chapter 562. block be on Inspected International at Osceola grader County thereof as recorded in FLORIDA I AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Korea, with other members of
B. Rounfr. 847-4062 Immediately following the time Florida Statutes as amended. andIs may Kissim- 1. page 377, Public FLORIDA. .
Robert Alien above shown. the proposals received now in the possession of the Road Park.Department Florida.Barn at Osceola County. J. HURST LAW NO. the 1st Division's 5th Cavalry

Emory Bronson 847-4570 I will be publicly opened and read. Board of County Commissioners of mee Immediately following the time Including BONITA i i The exercise designed to
The right this County and and each of Heater oven and STATE OF FLORIDA w
County reserves the to you. received IMMEE, FLORIDA I
Leo Girourd 8472061R. above shown the proposals ;
notified You are required to test and improve eUec-
reject any and all bids and to waive jou. are hereby and vs. ct
H. HoIl892-1212. St. Cloud formalities. that a petition. under said Chapter.has will be publicly opened answer with the Clerk TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS 1947 CHEVROLET SEDAN. ', of U. S. helping
or coil H. T. Simmons Mgr. BOARD. OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS been filed in the Circuit Courtof read.The reserves the right cuit Court and serve a CORPORATIONS OWNING. ENGINE No Eaal06983 tve f
847-4819 the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and to Counuty and all bids and to upon Plaintiffs OR CLAIMING AN IN- i IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE def the Republic 0 South
OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. for Osceola County. Florida. seekIng waive reject formalitIes.any name and address is L. IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN FOLLOWING DESCRIBED I .
Robert 8473219R. FLORIDA the forfeiture of the said prop- ner of Turnbull and THE ABOVE- DESCRIBED PROPERTY: 1947 CHEVROLET
W. Lassitor SEAL) erty, and you are hereby directed BOARD 490. New England : I' SEDAN. ENGINE NO. Forsyth I a mortar gunner in
8473.(42John I By HARRIS G. DANIEL and required to file your claim, It OF OSCEOLA COUNTY OffIce Box 217. Winter AND EACH OF YOU. are Eaal06983. Company cavalry's 1st
Evans St. Cloud 892-3482 Chairman ; any you have. and show cause. on FLORIDA rida. not later than the notlfed that the above des.' THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: o th
March 14. 21 1963 or before the 5th day of April. 1963. April. A.D. 1963. as property has been seized. ROBERT STROHMAN Battle Group.He .
11 not personally served with pro- (SEAL)By HARRIS G. DANIEL law. else a Decree and by virtue of Chapter 6420 NOGALES HIWAY enterea the Army December -
cess herein. and within twenty days Chairman will be entered against Florida Statutes as amended TUCSON, ARIZONA
from personal service if personally IN WiTNESS is now in the possession of the 1961 w stationed at
served with process herein. why March 14. 21, 1963 hereunto set my hand of County Commissioners of AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS Fort a S. C.
I PRESTIGE the said property should not be forfeited NOTICE TO BIDDERS my official seal at County and >'ou. ami each of II I AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. before ar
pursuant to said chapter. GIVEN to ola County. Florida this are hereby further notified HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- 'rv overseas feet July.
HOMES Should you fall to file claim as all interested bidders that the Boardof March. A.D. 1963.GLENN :: a petition, under said Chapter TEREST IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN attended .
- herein directed. Judgment will be Commissioners of Osce- RAY been' filed In the Circuit Court 1 I ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED T 2yarser
entered against you in due'course.. County CLERK OF Ninth Judicial Circuit in and PROPERTY:
receive Alv
BUILT ola County, Florida. will Hi Sl an
Persons not personally served with sealed bids until 10:00 A.M.. March COURT Osceola County. Florida. seek- YOU. AND EACH OF YOU. are was
process may obtain a copy of the to tractor used OSCEOLA the forfeiture of the said prop- hereby notlfed that the above des- emplye Krer':
1963. for repairs
FOR YOU petition for forfeiture filed herein 25. FLORIDA has been seized. .
I Control and you are hereby directed cribed property Houston
from the undersigned Clerk of I by Kissimmee Mosquito (Circuit Court Seal) required file your claim. If under and by virtue of Chapter
District. A list of necessary repairs
Co be obtained Bys/ you have and show cause on 562. Florida Statutes as amendedand .
WITNESS my hand and the seal specifications nnetcR, may Clerk of the Deputy the 29th day of March. Is now In the possession of the
ByGeorge of the above styled Court at Kls from Commissioners.. at I.. Pharr Abner of if not personally served with Board of County Commissioners ol IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Osceola County. Florida. Board of County Turn bull and Abner and each of
simmee. herein. and within twenty this County. and you.
I L. .March. 1963. his office in the Courthouse in Kis- Suite 490 further notified IN THE GAZETTE
ReynoldsFor this 11th day of slmmee. days from personal service If you. are hereby
(CT. CT. SEAL) following the time New England Building. served with process that a petition under said Chapter.
GLENN RAY Immediately received Post Office Box 217 why the said property has been filed'I In the Circuit Courtof
Clerk Circuit Court above shown. the proposals Winter Park. Florida not be forfeited pursuant to the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and
Further Information Call 847-2856 or 847.2266 Osceola County. Florida will be publicly opened and read. Attorneys for Plaintiff t'L Chapter. Should you 'fall to fot Osceola County. Florida. seek- TERMITESSWARMING
March 14. 21, 28. 1963. The County reserves the right March 14, 21. 28. April claim as herein directed judg I Ing the forfeiture of the said property I
and to
all bids
reject any and afld! directed
will l be entered herein against you are hereby
waive formalities. NOTICE OF In due course Persons not per and required to file your claim If I ?
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS TO WHOM IT MAY ; U served oTe may I any you have and show cause. on
AMEND BUDGET FOR FISCAL Notice is hereby given a copy petition for or before the 29th day of March -:
YEAR 1962-63 OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. to apply to the 1963 filed herein from the un 1963. If not personally served with
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN FLORIDA Florida Legislature for ned Clerk of Court. process herein. and within twenty
CITY OF KISSIMMEE I. AND TO ALL OWNERS. PERSONS (SEAL) an act relating to my hand and the seal (20) days from personal service if '
OR ENTITIES SUBJECT TO CENTRAL By sl HARRIS G. DANIEL authorizing the board above styled Court at Kls personally served with' process
I. AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA Chairman commissioners to e. Osceola County. Florida. herein why. the said property
ZONING COMMISSION FLOOD CON T, R O L DISTRICT March 14, 21, 1963 expenses of 4th day of March. 1963. should not be forfeited pursuant to
TAXES surance carried by any CT. SEAL) said Chapter. Should you fall to 1
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that NOTICE OF ADOPTION'OF ployee up to an amount SI GLENN RAY file claim as herein directed. Judgment .
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGNotice the Governing Board of Central and RESOLUTION ceed fifty per cent (50 Clerk Circuit Court will be entered herein againstyou
Southern Florida Flood Control NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Individual premium Osceola County. Florida I In due course Persons not personally I
District. a public corporation exist- That on the 11th day of March. 7. 14. 21 1963. served with process may
that the Commission employee; providing @ j
is hereby given Zoning ing and operating under and by 1963. the Board of County Commis- BOARD OF I obtain a copy of the petition for
will hold a public hearing at 7:30 P.M. virtue of the laws of the State of sioners of Osceola County. Florida MISSIONERS OF NOTICE TO DEFEND forfeiture flied herein from the undersigned -
Florida Intends to amend Its budgetfor adopted a Resolution vacating COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Clerk of Court.
Monday, April 8th, 1963, Commission Room, the fiscal year beginning July abandoning and discontinuing as a By /HARRIS JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I WITNESS my hand and the seal for the s.ak. of your horn.
Hall Stewart Avenue Kissimmee Floridato 1. 1962. and ending June 30. 1963.as public road and forever renouncing Chairman FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. I of the above styled Court at Klsslmmee -
City follows: and disclaiming any right of the 3/14/63 OF FLORIDA. IN CHAN- Osceola County. Florida.
hear those persons interested in the application Increase In Anticipated County of Osceola. State of Florida. LEONARD WILLIAMS. I this 4th day of March. 1963.
and the public in and to the following CALL
Receipts from District NOTICE OF vs. ALMA WILLIAMS. (CT CT SEAL)
of Mr. C. II. Lucas for the following: Taxes __..........____.___._... $ 92000.00 described portion of road TO WHOM IT MAY : I NOTICE TO DEFEND. I s GLENN RAY 847.3489
: Change the zoning from RA-2 (single family Unappropriated Surplus 47400000 of shown Intercession and delineated City, Section on the '"A.Plat" Notice Is hereby given State of Florida to ALMA Clerk Circuit Court
Total Increase
Budget$ 566.000 to
dwelling) and RB-2 (two family dwellings) to The above Increase in anticipated Osceola County Florida as filed Florida apply Legislature to the 1963 for I
recorded in the office of
B-4 (commercial business) for the following receipts is Intended to be appropri- Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os-the an act relating to i ;'>. : /?'!;;' "
ated as followS: authorizing the board I
ceola County. Florida. In Plat Book ,
described For the of I
property: Acquisition 1. 169. describedas commissioners to : I '
page particularly
A tract of land bounded on the west by Lands and Other Pur- follows to-wit county property to '

Central Avenue; on the north by City Capital poses Outlay _..____ $ 566000.00 All abutting that portion and of adjoining Caloosa Lots Avenue money grantee; providing for a spect i I
The Governing Board further Intends ,
drainage ditch; on the east by City drainAge to amend the allocation of 1. 15. 16. 17 and 18 and abuttingan MISSIONERS OF OF I ,
unnamed 10-foot alley. In Block
budgeted funds by Interfund transfers "
ditch; on the south by extending the to further increase the amount- 15. "of Interocean City. Section"A. COUNTY./_FLORIDABy / HARRIS _
Osceola County. Florida. as
center line of Walnut Street. available for Land Acquisition and
filed and recorded in the officeof
Other Purposes-Capital Outlay. 3114/63 ,
the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof < '.<
Charles Jackson That t>n the 5th day of April. In }
nine o'clock in Osceola County. Florida.
A.D., 1963. at a.m. NOTICE TO
Plat Book 1. 169. and lying :
the principal office of said Central page In the Court of the
City Manager between the Old Dixie Highwayand
: and Southern Florida Flood Con- Myakka Avenue. OM'f'Ola County .
West Palm Beach. Florida. hearingwill WALLACE ALTON
be afforded to all owners. per-
sons or entities who are or may be FLORIDA To all Creditors CHEST FREEZER
subject to said District's taxes their tributees. and all
attorney or agents to appear before Claims or Demands
The Red Cross: 'Always There . With YOUR Help1 said Board and show their objections By HARRIS Chairman G. DANIEL Estate

to said amendments. You and each of you
This notice shall be published In March 14, 21_, 1963 notified and required to ii

the eighteen counties of the District. claims which you or 1l-
HTtER : IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE i may have against the -- 1L -_ _ -I _ _ _ __ __ _
_ _
a This the 8th day of March. 1963. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN I WALLACE ALTON ., .- -.5 - -
S FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL FLORIDA. LAW NO. 2667. I Florida. to the County \
BOARD n. Court House at .si.e I I
By /sRiley S. Miles 1953 CHRYSLER SEDAN.ID ida. within six II -

Chairman No. 7767512.IN from the date of the .5" _______- _ _ _ _ _
(SEAL) RE: FORFEITURE OF THE tion of this Notice. I

ATTESTs FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- demand must be In ____ __ .
/ G. E. Dall. Jr. .ERTY: must state the place : : 1 :
Secretary 1953 CHRYSLER 4-door SE- of the claimant and I '
Members .f Beard DAN: ID No. 7767512. to by the claimant. I II I
Robert R. Homer THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: attorney, or the same I '
VIce-Chairman G W. SANDERS void according to law. ; H j
J. Bruce ViningS. GENERAL DELIVERY This the 7th day of I I
W. KollerW. SEBRING. FLORIDA /sJess Wilder I-
R. Scott AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS Executrix of the !. !
I will not be responsible for debts YOU. AND EACH OF YOU. are Attorneys for
self.Incurred by anyone other than my- hereby notified that the above described March 14. 21. 28. April MWeTCA222
property has been seized
Jim KUlip under and by virtue of Chapter 562.

March 14-21-28 Florida Statutes as amended and IN THE COUNTY 12.0 CU. '
is now In the possession of the COURT. OSCEOLA 12.OCU.FT.
Board of County Commissioners of FLORIDAIN
this County and you. and each of RE: ESTATE OF
further notified MAXSON. F' b01
are hereby
that a petition under said Chapter. NOTICE OF Total contact freezing shtlres S Fast freezing anywhere In

has been filed in the Circuit Courtof MAKE I S 9-posItton temperaturecontrol 0 No exterior sweoting .
the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and FINAL Cune.
I for Osceola County. Florida. seek- TO ALL WHOM IT Adjustable door shelves balanced lid
ing the forfeiture of the said property CIoTICE I
and you are hereby directed IS
I and required to tile your claim U That Marjorie Honetor
I I any you have. and show cause on I final report as
or before the 5th day of April. 1963. tratrix CTA of the EITHER ONE
U not personally served with process V Maxson. deceased;
: herein and within twenty days! fiied Petition for Final llt.'SfOR
*- from personal service If personally i and that she will apply
served with process herein. why orable O P. Johnson. ONLY.
tCo rt.ir turns JwkUt Jr.. s.d Tk. Hew York JOUW4AL-AMEMCANI) dk the said property should not be forfeited of Osceola County. ..
t pursuant to said chapter. 5th day of April. 1963.

I Our Red Cross is badly in need of funds. It always Should herein directed.you fan Judgment to file claim will be as of ancillary same and administratrix for final '

Smtrtttt lmeeou .r dinner rtnltfMM entered against you in due course. estate of Olive V. 'I

responds when we need help, so we urge t* Central FbrU DcUgl Persons not personally served with ceased.
fm3y . 1oaor yes gueda process may obtain a copy of the This 5th day of I
you to give generously. Your help will be .Joar. by bringing tktm to flu frmlf from petition the for undersigned forfeiture filed Clerk herein of MARJORIE Marjorie i; PARKS FURNITURE CO.

-a lisiJag POnI.I Court. lary ) ]
I greatly appreciated as our goal is $5,000. WITNESS my band and the seal of the Estate i
of the above styled Court at Kls Olive V.
simmee. Osceola County. FlorIda. deceased. I
H. SIMMONS this 11th day of March. 1963. Murray \\'. Overstreet. I I
381'11'a7"- CT. CT. SEAL) Attorney for Ancillary I ST.
COUNTY CHAIRMAN GLENN RAY Administratrix CTA 847-4171 C
a kCnWtONrt Box 432Kissimince. S.Hll
I I Osceola County. Florida Florida'March I

",/ I March 14. ZL 28. 1963. 7. 14. 21. 28. I _

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8 The Ifcssnnmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla., Thurs., March 14, 1963Minimum .
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Charge Up To 15 Words, 75c Additional Words 5c Each Classified Display (Boxed) Per Inch $1.10iLA7 I

$ ;i:

Call 847-2881 To Place Your Ad. Deadline For All Classified Advertising Tuesdays At Noon

ed. ordered and required to file deceased. "FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT Attest:
II MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED yc-ur written answer or defenses to Brinson and McWhirter COMMISSION. OSCEOLA COUNTY Paul F HarUfteM
NOTICENOTICEI WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo REALTORAMANOW the Complaint filed herein against Attorneys at Law ROAD REVENUE BONDS" to be Clerk Circuit Court
>ou In the above entitled cause. In Kissimmee. Florida dated the first day of December. LoOn County. FlAHdaBy /
experience necessary, gram- the office of the Cleric of the Circuit Feb. 28. Mar. T, 14. 21. 1963 1962 numbered from 1 to 3.000. J. B M !CaI.... D. C. -
mar school education usually Court In and for Osceola Coun- both inclusive. In denomination of I hereby certify that I have funvIthed
will not be respons- ty. Florida at his office In the IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY 1,000 each, and to mature In numerIcal a copy of tM foregoing Rule
ible for bills other than those sufficient. Train now at home Court House in Kissimmee. Florida JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. order as follows to wit: Nisi to which was attached a cope
for jobs with Security. For details on or before the 25th day of March.A FLORIDA.IN Maturity Date Amount of the Petition therein referred. tWlUUm >
occured by myself. D.. 1963. and to serve a copy of RE: THE ESTATE OF ) 1964 S 100,000 D. Hopktes. State Attorncv
send name address for the Second Judicial Circuit <(}t
James A. Jones. such answer or defenses upon IRENE G. STEWART. ) 1965 110,000
phone no.- to : National Training Thacker and Thacker. Plaintiffs Deceased. ) 1966 115.000 the State of Florida. and Arthur L
IS THE TIME! attorneys herein whose address Is TO ALL, WHOM IT MAY CON- 1967 120,000 Steed. State Attorney for the Ninth
Service Box 931 Kissim Judicial Clrcul of the State of FlorMa.
Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida. on or CERN: 1968 125.000
I mee, Fla. before said date required by law. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1969 130.000 by mall on this 22nd day ct
ARTICLESFOR If You Want To If you fail to do so. a Decree Pro Malcolm J. Stewart has filed his 1970 140.000 February A. D. 1963.Benjamin .
Confesso will be entered .againstyou ,final report as Executor of the Estate 1971 145.000 H. Dickens
SALEBARGAIN for the relief demanded In the of Irene G. Stewart. deceased: 1972 210.000 Attorney for Petitioner
Complaint. I that he has filed petition for final 1973 220.000 Feb. 18._Mr. 7, 14. 193.
WANTEDNEED BUY or SELL.PROPERTY YiTNESS my hand as Clerk of discharge and that he will apply 1974 235.000 NOTICE OF LEGISLATION
said Circuit Court of Osceola County I to the Honorable O. P. Johnson. 1975 245,000 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Florida and the seal of saidCourt bounty Judge of Osceola 1976 255.000 Notice is hereby given of intention
BARN at Kissimmee. Osceola County Florida, on the 29th day of Marc. 1977 270,000 to apply to the 1963 of the
Combs lr; Zipper 3a; Tth MONEY for Easter Ex- Florida on the 19th day of Feb- 1963 for approval of same and for 1978 280,000 Florida Legislature fo-u passageof
RrBhe '7e: Ear Bobs Se; Shoes ? Start earning substan* ruary. A.D.. 1963. final discharge as Executor of the 1979 300.000 an Act amending Section 8.
ale; Sock 19c; Pillows 7c; penses !IS MOVING . /GLENN RAY' Estate of Irene G. Stewart de- ,aggregating the sum of Three MH- Paragraph "B" of the Chapter
Shirt 11; Pants fl; Dresses tin income immediately. Avon CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT ceased. ion Dollars $3.000.000). and bear- powers of the City of Kissimmee
$1.50; Rags 35e; NrloB* Stet Cosmetics has vacancies for COURT. OSCEOLA This 26th day of Feb., 1963. ing Interest payable semiannuallyon Florida which authorize the City
Hsakles Sc: Panties lie; Belt COUNTY. FLORIDA i/ Malcolm J. Stewart the first day of June and on :Commission and not the City Manager
lie; Cap 15c; Spreads |2.W; I capable women. Write Avon Get Professional HelpTo (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Executor of the Estate of the first day of December of each to make all contracts involving
Hair Net 4e; T-ShtrU 89e; Manager, P. O. Box 2005 Fort Thacker and Thacker. Irene G. Stewart, deceased. year, at the lowest rate obtainablewhen expenditures of more than
Nearly Everybody Trade at The Attorneys for Plaintiff Brinson and McWhirter the same are sold providedthat $3 O.OO to read -the City Commission
Bargain Barn Come to Sibert Pierce, Fla.LONGING BUY or SELLTODAY Kissimmee. Florida Attorneys at Law such bonds shall not bear Interest and not the City Manager
Mill Warrkoase la Divrapart.; Feb. 21. 28. March 7. 14, 1963. Kissimmee. Florida at a greater rate than six shall make all contracts Involving
Immediately. Follow the signs FOR a new Easter Feb. 28, Mar. 7. 14. 21. 1963. per centum (6%) per annum or be expenditures of more than
BARGAIN BARN. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S sold at such price that the net Interest $1.000.00."
Open Week Day. And !Samday* Outfit? Openings now for women COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE cost to the Development Commission This 5th day of March 1963.
who want extra earnings FLORIDA. SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF shall exceed six per centum ALBERT ROGERSAs
IN RE: ESTATE OF JNA THACK- FLORIDA. IN AND FOR LEON (6%) to the date of the respective Mayor-Commissioner of the
FOR SALE-1961 Lark by Studebaker showing Avon Cosmetics. Write ERY TEMPLE. FORMERLY COUNTY. ... maturities thereof a more particular -, City of Kissimmee
Avon Manager, P. O. Box'2005, ONA THACKERY LAMB, IN CHANCERY description of said revenue I March 14. 1963NOTICE
$1799. Delivered in Or- Deceased.NOTICE CASE NO 18554 bonds appearing by reference to i i

lando. Payments as low as Ft. Pierce .Florida. FLORIDA OF INTENTION TO FLORIDA COMMISSION DEVELOPMENT said authorizing resolution, certified I TO WHOM OF IT LEGISLATION MAY CONCERN
REALTY an Agencyof
3IAKE APPLICATION copy of which Is attached to
FINAL Notice is hereby given of intentionto
$39.95. Call Bert McGallard fora DISCHARGE the State of Florida. and made a part of the Petition
apply to the 1963 session of the
good new or used car. Collier TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Petitioner. herein. This Rule Nisi Is to be published Florida Legislature for the
REAL ESTATEFOR CERN VI. In of general cir passage
Auto Sales, 888 North Orange COUNSELORS INC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that STATE OF FLORIDA et al.. culation published newspapers In Osceola County. of an Judge Act of to the authorize City of the Kissimmee Municipal

Ave. Garden 58606. Edward L. Temple has filed his Respondents. Florida and Leon County Florida Florida to Issue search warrants
final RULE NISI form and manner as required -
report In
as executor of the es- In the same manner now authorizedfor
SALE-70'x135' lot on New tate of Ona Thackery Temple form- by Chapter 75.06. Florida Issuance of search
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. AUTHORITY OF THE STATE warrants by
2 Broadway Kissimmee erly Ona Thackery Lamb, deceased Statutes.
Justices of the Peace and County.
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John's York and Central Avenue. Nice ; that he has filed Petition for OF FLORIDA: DONE AND ORDERED at Talla' Judges.

Air Conditioning and Heating shade trees. Ideal for home or 847-3156 8473157be Final Discharge and that he will AND TO THE THE STATE TAXPAYERS.OF FLORIDA PROP- hassee. Leon County Florida thl This 5th day of March, 1963
apply to the Honorable O. P. John- 22nd day of February. A.D. 1963. ALBERT ROGERSAs
Headquarters. duplex. Close to Post Office. son County Judge of Osceola County ERTY OWNERS. AND CITIZENSOF W MAY WALKER Mayor-Commissioner of the
847-2480. Florida on the 29th Circuit JudgeA
Call day of City of Kissimmee
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- filed with the City Manager of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S" March. 1963. for approval of same AND OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLO- true copy March 14. 1963Radio
the City of Kissimmee not later COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY and for final discharge as executorof RIDA. INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS -
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. FOR SALE-Two bedroom homein than 4:00 P.M. on March 5th 1963. FLORIDA.IN the estate of Ona Thackery OWNING PROPERTY OR
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 Idora Park, just redecorated. formerly Thackery -
each candidate for jthe officeof BRANTA D. SINCLAIR. Deceased. Lamb deceased. ; ALL PROPERTY OWNERS. and
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3341. $10,500. If interested, suitable City Commissioner and Mayor- NOTICE TO CREDITORS This 21st day of February 1963. TAXPAYERS. CITIZENS. AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
terms can be arranged. See commissioner of said City shall TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. EDWARD L. TEMPLE OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMINGANY
qualify separately for the particular DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER-' Executor of the Estate of RIGHT. TITLE. OR INTER COMWH HOME rutNBHWCS
broker or telephone Alma Heth- office for which he is a candidate SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- Ona Thackery Temple. EST IN SAID COUNTY. OR THE T V

FOR RENTFOR erington, Daytona Beach 255- I as now provided by law. MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: formerly 0 n a Thackery TAXABLE PROPERTY THEREIN. FURNITURE
RESOLVED FURTHER, that this YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Lamb. deceased. PARKS
4149 or 2523201. I resolution shall take effect Immed- hereby.notified and required to present Murray W Overstreet. Jr. BE AFFECTED THROUGH THE
iately upon its passage by the City any claims which you. or Attorney for Executor ISSUANCE BY THE FLORIDA DE-
RENT- FOR SALE-Small' down pay, !Commission of the City of KlsslmI either of you. may have against the Box 492Kissimmee VELOPMENT COMMISSION AN --- -
2BR duplex apart- I mee Florida. estate of Branta D. Sinclair deceased Florida AGENCY OF THE STATE OF
ment, furnished. Utility room, ment. Modern lakefront duplex. I Passed and duly adopted on the late of Osceola County. Florida Feb. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 1963 FLORIDA. OF THE REVENUE
washer and Air condi Furnished. Two bedrooms each !19th day of February. 1963. ,. to the county Judge of said BONDS HEREINAFTER MORE NORRIS CLEANERSSpring
dryer. 'Feb. 21, 28. March 1, 14. 1963. county at his office In the court- IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED. OR
tioner. 319 Clyde Avenue. side. Large Florida room, tile house at Kissimmee. Florida with- JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY. IN ANY WAY TO BE AFFECTED
baths. Store room, screened IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S in six calendar months from the FLORIDA THEREBY
FOR RF.NT-GO monthly. Mod- porches. Gas heat. Easy terms. COURT, OSCEOLA COUNTY date of the first publication of this IN RE: THE ESTATE OF ) You. and each of you the Stateof Cleaning is a Brtizi with our Sanitone Strvkts
FLORIDAIN notice. Each claim or demand must LAWRENCE W. GROSZ ) Florida through the State Attorneys
ern lakefront duplex. Furnished. Al Streeter, owner. Sunset RE: ESTATE OF be in writing and must state the Deceased ) of the Second Judicial Circuit for Drapes, Slip Coven, Blankets, feather Pi+Iows.
LELAH I. 1M BODY. Deceased. of Florida and the Ninth Judi-
place of residence of the claimantand IN PROBATETO
Two bedrooms each side. Ranch on Highway 15, St. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO must be sworn to by the ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- cial Circuit of Florida. are hereby
Large Florida rooms, tile baths. Cloud. Phone 8922583. MAKE APPLICATION FOR claimant his agent or attorney or CERN: required to appear before this CourtIn
FINAL DISCHARGE the same will become void accord- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Chambers of the undersigned KISSIMMEE'S
room. Screened porches.Gas TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- ing to law. Lydia Grosz has filed her final re- Circuit Judge at the Courthouse In
heat. AI Streeter, owner. FOR SALE: Nice two bedroom CERN: This the 13th day of February. port as Executrix the Estate of Tallahassee Florida on the 18th
Sunset Rancn house furnished. $150 down, $60 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1963 Lawrence W. Grosz. deceased; that day of March. 1963. at ten o'clockIn 103 East Dakin Telephone 847.4941
on Highway 15, That Wayne H. Imbody has filed MURRAY W.OVERSTREET. she has filed petition for final discharge the forenoon and show cause If
St. Cloud. Phone 892-2583. month. All for $6150.00. Eddie his final report as Ancillary Exec- JR. and that she will apply to any you have why the prayers of .
demons, Tropical Park. 847- utor of the Estate of Lelah L Im' Administrator CTA of the the Honorable O.P. Johnson. Count the Petition filed In the above
FOR body. deceased that he.has filed Estate of - Judge of Osceola County Flo titled cause should not be granted ..
REN1'r4 ,BR Trailer. No 2380. ,
Petition for Final Discharge, and Branta D. Sinclair on the 29th day of March. 1963 and the revenue bond therein defer
Pets,.Lots for trailers. that he will apply i to the Honorable deceased. for approval of same and for final !bed and the proceedings author-
Mobile Homes and TrailePark. wLOTS FOR HOUSES-Trailers or O. P. Johnson County Judgeof Feb. 21.. 28 March 7. 14, 1963 discharge as Executrix of the Estate izing the Issuance thereof be vail
Osceola County, Florida the dated and confirmed, said
on of Lawrence W. Grosz. de- revenue ROTHROCKSEPTIC
Michigan Avenue, % mile business. $10 down $8 month. 22nd day of March. 1963. for appro- NOTICE TO DEFEND ceased. bonds to be Issued by the Petitioner
off Vine Street Tropical Park, on Route 441 in val of same and'for final dischargeas IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE This 26th day of February. 1963. herein In the aggregate sum of
past Bowling
Kissimmee. Ancillary Executor of the Es- NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN t/ LYDIA GROSZ Executrixof Three Million Dollars ($3,000.000
Alley. North tate of Lelah I. Imbody. deceased. AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. the Estate of to be designated dated numbered
This 13 day of January. 1963. STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chancery. Lawrence W. Grosz. in denomination of and to matureas
FOR RENT: One furnished sWayne H. Imbody. FRANK i. MCDONALD. Plaintiff follougCLEARANCE : TANK CO
apart- LEGAL NOTICESIN Ancillary Executor of the vs. RUBY J. MCDONALD. ..Defendant. -
ment on lakefront. Living room, Estate of Lelah I. Imbody, NOTICE TO DEFEND.
THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. deceased. The State of Florida to
kitchen two bedrooms and
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. RUBY J. MCDONALD.You .
bath. Call 8472187. FLORIDAIN Attorney for Ancillary ExecutorP. are hereby notified that a Culvert Tile for Driveways
RE: ESTATE OF O. Box 492 suit in equity for divorce has been ON ALL
FOR RENT: 6-room house. {8 JOHN C. THOMAS. Deceased Kissimmee. Florida brought against you by FRANK I. Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
Feb. 21 28. March 7, 14. 1963. McDONALD In the Circuit Court of
Brack St., $60 month. Call OrLando MAKE APPLICATION FOR the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
FINAL DISCHARGETO for County of Osceola. State of Florida USED CARS!
8552987. W. B. Home ALL WOHM IT MAY CON- SHOP IN KISSIMMEE and you are hereby summonGehrett's -
That Murray W Overstreet, Jr.. 15 Years Experience
houses by week month. Cot
or has flied his final report as Ex-
ton's Apartments. North Orange Outor of the Estate of John C. K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
Thomas, deceased that he has filed
Blossom Trail petition for final discharge}; and Bargain 56 MERCURY *4452Door
that he will apply to the HonorableO.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT: $9 P. Johnson, County Judge of Osceola -
County. Florida on the 22n Auto. Trans. R/H, P/Steering, P/Brakes.
$11, $12, per week. Mrs. Paul day of March. 1963. for approve Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co. I
Davis, 114 Emmett Street. of same and for final discharge as!: Box!
Fxecutor of the estate of John. C. '
Thomas, deceased. 56 MERCURY $345
Kitchenettes and trailer
: rooms This 18th day of February. 1963.
apartments with lake and shut Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. 4-Door. Auto. Trans. Radio. PHONE: 847-3524
Executor of the Estate of; REFRIGERATORSFrigidaire
fleboard. By week, month or John C. Thomas. deceased

year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud }'eh. 21. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 1963 -- -

Hwy. 44L"COLORED RESOLUTION PROVIDING TilE -9 cu. ft., small freezer .......65.00 62 VALIANT $1 595

RENTALS METHOD QUALIFICATION AND TIME OF OF Frigidaire-11 cu. ft., full top freezer ....95.00 4-Door. Auto. Trans. Local owner, low milage. STEEL SALESANY

Brand new duplex-5 room CANDIDATES I Norge-10 cu. ft., full top freezer .n... ...65.00
WHEREAS under the laws and '
apartments with modem con- ordinances of the City of Kissim- 56 PLYMOUTH $445 DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
veniences. H mile south of St. mee. a general municipal election I
will be held In the City of Kissim-
Cloud on 441 back of J oM8On's mee. Florida .on the 26th day of FREEZERS 4-Door, 6-CyL, Auto. Trans., R/H. Competitively Priced
March. 1963. said date being on
Fruit Grove. $12.50 up I
in said month and. Amana 1959 16 ft. sold at
the last Tuesday cu. upright, new
weekly Man on property or : WHEREAS, it will be necessary I 53 CHRYSLER
Call Orlando 855 7701 for a Mayor-commissioner ana twoCity $540. Still some guarantee in this -
Commissioners to be elected

r -I I by the qualified electors of the bargain at ........:........... _............. ...185.00 4-Door. Auto. Trans. R/H. P/Steering. HORSI TXAlinS AND UTILITY ifAFWfBUILT I
City of Kissimmee In said general
SERVICES OFFERED municipal election: ft. chest .. ...220.00 AND REPAIRED
Frigidaire-14 cu. ..........
sn>=. the names of all candidatesfor 53 FORD 95 c.Iete MAIM..... Aq AI wert i..r..LON
said offices shall be printed ont
It's our pleasure to loan Carpe the official ballot who have requested WASHERS 2-Door. Straight Stick. .
to become candidates by Orlando Hwy. ..... Uvsta ak Market.Rt. .
Stiampooers FREE with eacl

purchase of Blue Lustre Sham::1- tweny-flve written petition electors signed of said by City at least who I G. E. Automatic ....__.............................65.00 1, t.x 35S-A 0 KJ.........

are qualified to vote In said election 55 DODGE $445
pea Parks Furniture Company. and all of such petitions shall.. Ken more Automatic _m.... .... .... ..._ .... ...65.00 -

4-Door. Auto. Trans. R/H, Two to choose from. LOU YOUNG, WELDING

DRYERS 57 CHEVROLET 56452Door. ; PHONE 847-3898

Frigidaire Imperial, like new... .........125.00
Auto. Trans. V-8. R/H.


cornerstonethat Stromberg-Carlson Console _.......,........95.00 2-Door. Hardtop, Auto. Irons. R/H. SERVICECustom

was New Picture Tube -,- DODGE : Recapping
60 W
ever invented Capehart Console un..n..n.... '''_ ........ ...95.00 M595 _
for anybusiness New Picture Tube Convertible! Torqut-Flite, 13,000 miles, JYS. P/Brakes PHONE 847-2207

Dumont Console on....._....... .......... .... :..75.00

o 55 FORD 345 j

especially 9-Passfier Wagon :
utl insurance. I IE WISE--

1-Steel man Automatic Hi-Fi .... ...... ...20.00 56 BUICK $445 i

Symphonic Manual Stereo ,... ... .....20.00
4-Door. Herrffop, Auto. Trans. Heater. I

II I ia Extra QaHtr Meeks

ORGANS '62 FALCON 1 545 j
I At No Extr Cert

Baldwin Spinet ...... ..............1....._.......800.00 Readwro Pkk-of, R/H. I

Hammond Spinet with Reverb..1,250.00 1474021ltfember

LUPFER'SInsurance 54 DODGE $445 I

Builders Assectettoa
D-100 Pick-up of Osceola County

Agency Gehrett ApplianceYour OSCEOLA CEMENTPRODUCTS.


1918 1963 INC.

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