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

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j i Entered an Second Class Matter FLORIDA THURSDAY MARCH 21 Established 189 4 PRICE'
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'!- .- "9' ,4t._ -' Sales tax collections in Osceola

County during the month of Feb-
,,,.. ruary totaled $33,290.52 as com-
.. pared with 36487.71 collected in
I -- January and with $31,137.75 col-.

HITTING THE BULLSEYE-A member of the Paraga- lected in February, 1962.

ton, Kissimmee based sky diving club, is shown as he hit Ray E. Green, state comptroller 1

the bullseve in one of the series of jumps made Sunday to said gasoline collections Inthe k I

thrill the large crowd that attended Kissimmee's first National county in February amounted .I

air show Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Hamrick) to $60,991.63 compared with i
57278.76 collected in Januaryand
,". with
< 59916.85 collected in
d.--. ", ', A 3.1... <\ ..,, February, 1962.

: -t There were 871,309 gallons s
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jij iJi ., .r t. "- $56,752.72 went to the
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.: .i t 1; the use of the county com- Adrian BOYU E. P.NeidEducation Carroll Starlias Richard Fullerton George Reynolds
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if .. ..,I'It 13. state's primary road fund. I I

: v, Adult HearingsSet City Election

County Asked To For i I

J Share In Program I Next

x. The county commissionershere Classes To Start Lock HoursHours i Set Tuesday-

were asked to spend $13120 ,-! The chamber of commerce Also fundamentals of supervision '
of operation for locks; Five candiaates and the ques- executive of the Aktersgate
to bring professional here is urging employers to register getting results through
t 'I being built on the Kissimmee'I tion of whether or not the municipal Foundation.
forestry service to Osceola employes for an adult edu- people handling gripes, communications now
County landowners next year. cation course which will be offer- training job methods River will be discussed in public police and fire departmentwill Seeking the seat being vacatedby

Norman E. Lain, of the ed here in April providing sufficient accident prevention, labor rela- hearings. be placed under civil ser- Bovis, and unopposed is Carroll -
r This was decided by the Gov- vice will be on the ballot in the Starling, local automobile
State Forestry Service, proposed enrollment is obtained. tions; problems in supervisionthe -
erning Board of the lk'ountyCentral : annual city election which will dealer.
the establishment of an The school includes five follow-through, how much cooperation -
Orange Osceola co-operative courses and is now being pre- the bright young newcomer and Southern Florida be held Tuesday, March 26 from The question or whether or not

CIVIL AIR PATROL Control tower atop the Marathon forest management project. sented in St. Cloud.Registration the hidden grievance, Flood Control District at a meet- 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. the city's police and fire departments .

Aviation Building helped to control the 125 odd civilian' The[ total budget would be must be completed personality conflict, trouble with ing Friday at Stuart. Seeking the post of Mayor is will be placed under civil

aircraft that flew into Municipal Airport Sunday to watch 9570.: The state would pay by next Thursday.The women; Ed Dail FCD executive director Adrian Bovis and E. P. Neid; service will be decided by the

from left Jack Mc- $5,742, and Orange County, include advised the Board that both both distributors of petroleum
the airshow. the picture to right are courses : Stenoscript speedwriting; voters. A vigorous campaignthat
Gowan, Andy Conover and Fred Nutter. (Photo by Ham $2,312.33.The Retail sales-developing sales waitress job orientation, duties the Army Corps of Engineers and products in Osceola County. points out that there will be
rick) forester would spend personality, interpersonal relations salesmanship in food service the FCD staff advised against in- Bovis is completing a two year no additional cost if the departments .

60 pet. of his time in Orange customer approach plus customer relations, dining stallation of automatic controls term on commission and Neid is are placed under" civil service -

County, and the balance in selling; effective speechtakingthe room and kitchen techniques which would pennit the public to a former mayor. Albert Rogers, te being carried out by
Air Show Osceola. Lain said. open and dose locks during hours building contractor and the incumbent -'
Sunday bull by the horns, planning a breakfast and lunch service members on their own time.
The purpose of the plan is safe foundation, making your service procedure. when lock tenders are off duty. mayor did not seek re-
not only to give Osceola landowners stock pay dividends the map Registration for the courses Marvin Arrants of Okeechooee.a election. Voting this year will be in the

ThousandsAn the benefit of the program that leads to buried treasure, may be made through the cham- member of the Okeechobee: Commissioner George Reynolds Ellis Davis building at Broadway
but to alleviate a heavy County Recreation Committee, and Darlington instead of
presentation power weight the ber of commerce office here.State's building contractor, is
work load now in Orange. dice for had requested in February that seeking re-election to a two year in the fire station which hasbeen
estimated crowd of :5,000 Diget flew atop the wingof Lake and Seminole Counties, you.Board - the FeD study the question of term. He is being opposed by the custom for municipal

persons witnessed the first Krier's craft In a series of he said. automatic controls. the Rev. Richard Fullerton. an I election the past few yean.
air show to be held at the Municipal maneuvers and made a trans- Lain Said Osceola Countyhas Birth Rate Dail said it could be dangerousfor '

Airport in several fer from a convertible automobile more timber than some boat owners to attempt to I Street9

years Sunday. to Hillard's plane viaa of the strictly timber counties ,lock themselves through the new, I 'Angel Slated I

The stars of the show, Harold rope ladder. in the state. The industry large-size structures on the River

Krier, Charles Hillard The Paragators a parachute means about a million dollarsa Shows Decrease between Lake Okeechobee and"

and Red Diget, went through club with headquarters at Mu- year to Osceola's economy, Lake Kissimmee. He noted, how- For This WeekendThe I

their paces without a hitch nicipal Airport did a seriesof he said. Florida's birth rate is rate of 9.$ per 1,000 population in evr, that it is possible to install ,
and gave the large, hot crowda sky dives for the thrill There would be nothing I automatic controls at a cost of
I ping while the death drop-I:1962, he said, compared with the I Osceola Players are pois- this difficult role expertly. Those
bit of that made hungry crowd.A ,
panaroma mandatory about the program rising. about 55.000 per lock. of the
I 1961 rate of 9.4. Deaths among I ed for one outstandingproductions who saw Barry Mount as the
the old air circus a day to re- helicopter was on hand, and the forester would serve The Corps has suggested that I
Everett H. .
Williams Jr., I white residents rose from 39,7031 of their three yearsof country doctor in The Late Christopher
member. and a model airplane show somewhat as the county agent tor of the 'Bureau of Vital direc-I and a rate per 1,000 of 9.4 in. the FCD start hours of operationof i' bringing live entertainment to Bean bow well be is

Krier flew a special made preceded the real thing. except that his work wouldbe Ii tistics of the State I 1961 to 43,110 and a rate of 9.8 the locks on their normal I the County when the Footlight equipped to handle the very dif

biplane through his paces, The program..was sponsored in timber only. Health, said preliminary figures !. in 1962. Nonwhite deaths rose schedule (8 a.m. to 5 pjn.) and I Theatre Guild presents Angel feat and exacting vote of Man
sometimes feet above bv the Osceola Chapter of the
mere from the most recent survey Indicate I from 8,987 and a rate ,of 9.7 in thereafter adjust.hours ot.oger. Street Friday and Saturday ningham the psycopatMc killer
the runway. Hillard flew a Florida Aero Club special clipped wing Cub that Junior Chamber of Commerce.
It pointed out that boat
1 cent since was formances culminate six weeksof
; per drop in 1962. drive his wife insane so that he
performed aerobatics Incap-- They were assisted by the Meet Tonight 1961. The rate per 1,000 popula- The 10 leading causes of deathin ramps are recommended both up intensive work on the part of i I can protect himself by putting
able 'of civilian aircraft. I Civil Air Patrol. and downstream of the locks. I
tion has gradually dropped from 162 were heart-18,900; cancer new the cast and technical staff -I. her out of circulation. Stage veteran .
A special meeting of Makinson- 24.3 in 1956 21.6 There will be six locks each ad- than that the of
to now. 8,765cerebral hemorrhage more on part I Gill Brooks is the house.
Senator Holland I Carson Post No. 10 will be heldat White births totaled 84,721 in (stroke) 6,197; all accidents- jacent to a spillway structure on i' the directors Barry Mount, Kirk keeper sympathetic to poor Mrs.
the Legion Home on Lakeshore the 5&tnile Kissimmee River Canal -
1962-a 1.3 per cent decrease 3,129; diseases of early infancy- I Anders and Van Ness. Manningham and Sandra Vannoy
I Boulevard tonight at 8 pjn. to from the preceding year. The 1,947; influenza and pneumonia- (C-38). Angel Street will be unique in rounds out the cast as the frivolous

To Dedicate DikesA celebrate the American Legion's45th 30,799 nonwhite births in 1962 1,679; arteriosclerosis (hardeningof 'Another request from Okeechobee one respect. Every member of maid who Is willing to do
land and fill fora
birthday. were approximately the same as arteries-880; other circula- County-for the cast and stage crew are ac. anything lor Mr. Mamln harn.
Certificates and special 45 year t in 1961. I tory diseases-822; diabetes-745; park along the Kissimmee River tive members of the Guild. Frequently Guild members turned out in
$4.3 million complex of] These are part of the over- continuous membership cards will south of State Road 70- been to
six has
: Preliminary figures indicate a and suicides-700. The first it necessary force last week to erect, decorateand
dikes, pumping stations and all program to encircle the be presented to 12 members oi f I rise of 7.7 per cent in resident of these have remained in the brought favorable; though tentative enlist talent from outside the or- furnish the set in two sessions
locks designed to provide 1 lake with dikes to prevent re- the local post, Leonard J. Usi,, response from the FCD !I
deaths (48,690 to 52,443)) for a same position since 1952. ganization and this is one way under the direction of Andy
greatly improved flood control I curring, and often disastrous, commander announced. Board. I I 1 that the Guild has steadily grown Herrmann, technical coordinator
for lands northwest of I floods and to increase the wa- Okeechobee County wants the I
for such persons usually stay assisted by Elizabeth Davisin
Lake Okeechobee and increased -\ ter storage capacity of the Zoning CommissionTo CommendedOn proposed park site filled to an with the group. charge of site properties and
lake. elevation of 26 feet (above mean
water conservation capacity Angel Street is a suspense by Ed, Jerry and Carolyne Phay
for the 18-county Central 2. Three pumping stations Hear RequestThe sea level) an elevation well thriller, a "who dunnit" in re who will handle hand props.
built at a cost of $1,613,000.The above future water levels in the
and Southern Florida Flood in Victorian Eng-
Vital StatisticsThe verse. It is set Fred Brisbin is reapomribte for
Control District-will be dedicated trio of giant stationscan Commission will River. decoration
Zoning land, and the stage lighting and special effects Pan
March 30. move 562,500 gallons of of The FCD Board indicated they !I audi
consider another request t and costuming will take the sy Brisbin for costumes and
Senator Spessard Holland water a minute from flood- 2, H. Lucas to rezone some of Public Health Service in !i other attendants at birth; the i may favor granting a long-term i'I i ience back to that fascinating Eloise Gross' will supervise

will be the main speaker at prone lands in Glades County his property east of Dellwood Washington has commended Florida's board's constant check-up on lease to Okeechobee County for period. Inspector Rough of Scotland make-up.
ceremonies to be held at into Lake Okeechobee. Park. State Board of Health for missing items On birth and death the park; however, placement of I I Yard expertly played by The time te 8:15, Friday and
is used
Lake-stored water to the ranking first among states in re- certificates; Florida's system of: the needed fill is subject to con- who
Pumping Station 127, FCD Lucas wants change I'I George Beauchamp knows Saturday, March TS. and 23. The
of by heavily-
Board Chairman Riley S. in time drought such zoning from single family porting and recording certain I the county health officer being firmation from the Army Corpsof committed a brutal murder fifteen place te the Osceoia Hfeh School.

Miles announced. The stationis 'populated Beach counties and Broward. as dwelling (RA-2) and two fam- death statistics. '' the local registrar for such rec- Engineers. The Corps is re- I years before but his problem The coat is only $ for adults

located about 10 miles Palm boatsto ily dwellings (RB-2) to com- I The PHS wrote Dr. Wilson T. ords; and a ,Scoreboard which sponsible for construction of the is to find the proof. He enlists 75 cents for Modems. An outstanding -

southwest of Okeechobee 3. Two locks, allowing mercial business (B-4). It is Sowderr state health officer, that the board's Bureau of Vital Sta- Flood Control Project. I : the cooperation of the mur and enjoyable enter-
enter the big lake throughthe
said he to set trailer florida holds top place in re tistics issues regularly listing the ,
City, just off SR 78. dike. plans up a derers' wife, Mrs. Manningham.:taimMnt is pt+aralsecl.
More than 1,000 personsare Other recreational provis- park in the ,area. porting and recording the birth' comparative rating of each county Today Is Deadline I Catherine Beauchamp interprets
Description' of the propertyin weight and gestation period on regarding promptness accu- 1
expected to attend thenoon ions of the work include three is tract land death certificates those and completeness of certif- For Registering
question a of fetal racy I
which will
ceremonies: boat channels into the lake
bounded on the west by Cen which deal with deaths of unborn icates. Kiwanis To Sponsor
be followed by a fish fry provided and several boat launching Today at 4 p.m. is the dead-
north and from the end of the to light ,,
the ranking
tral Ave., on babies The came
by area resident Leland and parking areas. line for registering to vote in the
ramps east by city drainage ditches third month of pregnancy.Dr. when the PHS analyzed the basic I
Pearce. The public is invitedto In addition to Senator Hol- annual municipal election which :
both the dedication and and on the south by a line Sowder said Florida's ex- data certificates in connectionwith will be held March 'I
the I land, high state officials, legislators Tuesday. 28 Rally and
extended from the centerline its statistical SupperIn
cellence .was due to cooperativeness I plans to expand -
free luncheon.To I Army Corps Engineers and from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. City Man
of Walnut St.
of hospitals, physicians program.
officials well Charles Jackson said
be dedicated are: and FCD as .J. ager yesterday. I I -
The is said to in-
1. More than 60 miles of t as leaders of county and local clude Lucas'property homesite.The I the Interest of a more in- giant information ratty at thecommnnity

dikes along the northwest governments will attend the hearing will be held at John Milton Bovis Rev. Henry Torrey I formed public the Kissimmee' hoagie on Fridayevening. ;
of Lake Okeechobee. dedication. March 9L
shore J 7:30 p.m. April 8 in the com- I Kiwanis dub is sponsoring a
This fc >* tfafcd annual observance
Died e -
Earl R. Stewart 81, 327 Head Sold mission room City Mgr ReaderJohn Wednesday Lois Pauline Drawdy .
I Charles Jackson said. Acts As Bill Rev. Henry Marion Torrey, I of thin .. Some 700
are catxiettri to hear
Died MelbourneEarl At the Kissimmee Livestock I
at :93, retired Methodist Minister I I Died In Baltimore candidate answer questionsvital

R. Stewart of Mel Market 327 cattle and calves: Farmers Given Milton Bovis, son of | of the Spring Quarter to gain died at his home in Intercession I Lois Pauline Drawdy, 32, of 316 to city government and also -
bourne passed away Sundayat were sold compared to 466 a Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Bovis I| more first band informationof City Wednesday night. :Sumner Street Kissimmee passed enjoy the BOW famous Kiwanis

his home. week ago.Compared. Monetary Aid is spending a few days at! the workings of the Government. He is survived by one son, | away In Baltimore Maryland faR ot Sausage and Pancakes.

He moved to Brevard County to last Wednesday home with his parents beforehe Paul D. Torrey of Austin, Texas; ( last weekend. The five earthier will attend

in 1951: from Kissimmee prices generally held about I The Agricultural Conservation leaves for Tallahassee to In the last regular session, Daughters Miss Lois Torrey. I A native of Orlando, she had the pragma wit are asking for
where he had made his home steady on all classes of cattle)' Program 91 farmers, I work in the office of the Sec he was a representative of the Mrs. Mary A. Allen and Mrs. : been a resident of Kissimmee! election t+* ttM mayoralty post

for many years and was em- ,with bidding active on all classes County helped retary of the Senate during Florida: Citizen Clearing Christina DeCook of Tuscon I most of her life. She attended and two dry ciomailiiluii 1 seats.

ployed as a printer at the Ga-I especially thin stocker cattle. Clyde E. Story, office manager the coming session. Bovis is House that was assigned to Arizona. i I public school here graduating: as TMt ads tafceptoc* Jaat three

zette. He was employed at the.About half of the cattle returned for the County and Conservation Agricultural presently a Law student at the office of Senator Cliff Funeral services were held in valedictorian of her class from days before ilBnm cart their

Melbourne Times at the time to pasture.: Stabilization Emory University where he HarrelL Prior to this he was Morrison Memorial Church. In- Osceola High School She was
011 MardI ..
of his death. Standard and ,few good 500600Ib. ; : Committee of said assistance yesterday.The giv- has taken a leave of absence one of six college students tercession City at 2:30 p.m. Monday employed in the Kissimmee Hospital I

He was born in Muskegon,' slaughter steers $20.00-$22.50. amount t selected from the State of Rev. J. C Baynum officiat and Osceola Hospital. She
Michigan on November 6,,II Good 500-700 lb. heifers $20-50* en, in dollar value, was $37- Bank Purchases I Florida to serve in the 1960 ing. Interment, was in Rose Hill later attended the University of I Kowboys To Ge Oa

1881 and was a member of $22.50. one choice yearling 523.75, 500. Democrative.National Conven- Kissimmee. RIedel Georgia where she was graduatedCum I
the Methodist Church Osceola Chrishank Property tion at Los Angeles. Califor- of :The
i standard J19.00-J21.50. I Funeral Home In charge. Laude and the University Road This Week
Lodge No. 74. Kissimmee Utility cows J16J5-J1&50 cut Sheriff Gives nia.John California. She received numerous I I
and the Independent Order of, ter $14. -$16.2S. few canner The First National Bank of graduated from Osceo scholarships in the medical field The 0Ke0Ia Kowboys Baseball

Odd Fellows. $513.00-514. Monthly ReportSheriff I Kissimmee has purchased i la High School before attending To Meet ThursdayThe of study and research. She bad 9 go oa the road this week with

He is survived by his wife, Utility bulls 17501950. former Chrisbank ea.-I I Florida Southern College received '3 years of medical two bell games away from home
Mrs. Sadie C Stewart and Good calves 250028.00 Bob Buckets yester- the downtown area, John where be received a B. S. degree K Is.knee Elementarj r school at John Hopkins Univer The are schedafed to play Fri
one sister, Mrs. Isabel S. Way,1 standard $22.00-$2S.00. day reported his office clear- roll, president, announced yes- !II in Business of Political P-TA will meet Thursday at Central 's.ty. At the time of her death day Bight. at T:31 at Sebring and

of Azuza. California. Standard vealers J27.00-J31.50. eti up 35 burglaries and grand terday. I I Science. School library at 7:30 p.m. she was entered in a research oa the fallowing Tuesday will
He said the bank will turn Chief of Police. Bob Best wiDgive i[
Funeral Services were held 1 larcenies during February. Hos
t few good up to 3300. program at Baltimore City; I play at Ft Meade at 4 p.m,
345 'the vacant portion of the property the with film onsafety. I
Tuesday afternoon at the They were among cases program a I
I The "B"
wilt Avon
Medium 400-600 lb. sqwri play
Funeral good included in the Osceola Sheriffs into a paved parking lot Legion Auxiliary -
Brownlie Home with member of the First
-feeder-stocker steers 520.00-522.50. -- ------- She was a Park at the local Athletic: Field
for the month. for the convenience of thebank's
interment in the Melbourne report
Common and medium yearlingheifers is To Meet ThursdayThe Baptist Church. Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 Thiswill
It locat-
He said three auto thefts, customers.
Cemetery. n L B Survivors include her mother, be the first MiRe
517.00519.50.Common 32 fraud and forgeries and ed a few hundred feet from _____ 730 Drawdy, game
in., committee and I Tiles. SOU uu U Neta Pauline Hammond The Kowfcays last their first
cows 515.00-518.0 executive
Steve Miles Named worthless check cases were the bank Wed.U u____.... 10 70 9Ttars. Kissimmee; father, Paul Monroe two games te Sebrfag S4)) and
ferior J13.00-J16.00. worked ouLDuring "We feel this will be of members of the American Legion -
__ __ nIT' Miami a brother. David
SoU Drawdy.
: ; FrofltBreaC, 74.
Good 250-100 lb. calves 524.00- month convenience to those trans- Auxiliary win meet at the uu
Miles was named to t the the county .
Steve elDean's 85 a.o Kissimmee and a sister
FrL J-15 Two of the Earl Johns
528.75. medium $21.50$25.00.common acting business with us. Carroll home Thursday. Mardi I uh- team
List at Randolph-Macon Jail had 787 feeding days,, Legion
of Jacksonville.
Sat. Sott _.u.._,...-- W 7Sun. Doris Drawdy and Eddie Harrah are out with
QUege for the Fall semester. 520.00-522.00. mediumand and members of the departmeat said. 2L at noon. Son ____....___ 87600 Funeral arrangements will be
Hewen a sprained ankle and ptdtad back
107 students were named, 42 to few good 150-250 lbs. 527.00- traveled 20,060 miles ii The seller was Las- ; Each one is to bring a sand Ml ------.60 350 announced later by the Grissom

the Honors List and 65 appearedon 53125, common 523.00-526.00 I I the performance of their du seter. Sale price was reported ::wich. Coffee will_be served- Mon. Funeral: Hnme. muscle.

the Dean's List few up to 530,00. j| ties. at $25.000.

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2 The Kivsliumee Gazette. Klssimnv, Fla., Thursi, March 21, 1963 j Charles Schaack 84 j CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY locate plants just because.
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I they want to live in a
Helena M. Morgan F. F. Archambault Passed Away Thurs. FLORIDA COUNCIL loeation. He, the industrlaUat.
wants to show a
Succumbed SundayHelena Passed Away Thurs: Charles Schaack 84, of Taft- REPORTSBy profit produce at tile lowest
I cost conststant with quality
M. Morgan, n, of 1716 Mr. Frederick F Archam-{ Vineland Road Orange County principal manufacturing costs

Catherine Street, Orange Gardens -bault, 82, a winter visitor passed away suddenly early he considers Include the cost
Kissimmee, passed away from Cumberlin, Rhode Island Thursday.A of raw material labor supply
Sunday afternoon.A died in a Kissimmee native of Germany he moved SPESSARD JL HOLLAND been amassed by the Council power, marketing waste disposal

native of Brooklyn, New Hospital Thursday morning.He from Michigan to Orange County United States Senator of 100.I cost of land, building,
York, she moved from Cambria, was a retired Textile' 12 years ago. Every Floridian owes a debt ol believe an accurate count operation, taxes and insur
Heights New York to Kissimmee Mill mechanic, a member of He was a retired contractorand gratitude to the Florida Council would show that more industrial ance.
5 years ago. the Catholic Church and the was a member of the Lu- of 100 for the statewide economic j]prospects have been discovered But Warrell said there area
She was a member of the Holy Name Society.He theran Church. gains this far-sighted and ag- and sold, through the joint efforts lot of factors which are not -
Mother Church First Church of is survived by his wife Survivors include his wife, Helena gressive organization has of the Development Com- measurable and which affect

Christ Scientist, Boston, Massa- Clara of Cumberlin, R. I. Four Hannemann Schaack. One brought about. Thanks are in or sion and the Council than at any the families of the employesas
chusetts. sons. Clarence Edward and daughter, Mrs. Thomas Keys, der too. for the Council's con comparable period in Florida's well as the employer. These
Survivors include her husband Waldo, all of Woonsocket R. Rochester, Minnesota. Two grandsons slant and outstanding efforts to history. And this fine teamworkwill are important, he said. A partial
Arthur J. Morgan. One son, Arthur I, and Harold of T awtucket, Charles Keys Fort Leonard beef up our state's potential in assume increasing importance list would include: qualityof
J. Morgan Jr., Ozone Park R. I., Daughter, Mrs. William Wood, :Missouri and Dr. Thomas the realm of higher education so as we move forth into the government, home life
New York. Two daughters Mrs. Duclos, Pawtucket R. I. Four Keys Jr., Northwestern University that our youth can be academic- Space Age.Local : home ownership, cost of living

Walter Haight Jr., Campbell: Hall.. brothers, Hermas, Utica, N. Chicago. ally equipped to assume vital recreational facilities.
New York and Miss Gladys Ruth Y., Lucian of Kissimmee, Eu- Funeral services were held at roles in the Space Age in which: schools, churches, theaters.
Morgan Edison New Jersey. zeba and Oscar of Woonsocket 2 o'clock Monday from the Gris- Florida is fast becoming a focal I Ii Industry Is things for mental stimulation

One brother Frederick Schu- R. I Sisters, Mrs. Joseph som Chapel with Pastor Henry i point j Of TalkThe
macker Brooklyn. One sister, Aubin. Paw Paw Michigan; Young, Minister of the Trinity Florida's Congressional delegation -t Subject
Mrs. Agnes Berry, San Antonio, Mrs. Peter Cheney Miami; Lutheran Church officiating. In- s .. is appreciatively aware of| most important reason Rotarians Elect
Texas. Also 4 grandchildren. Mrs. Sylvia Lebrun Tauton, terment followed in Osceola Memory a I he fine work which is being! citizens should be InterestedIn :New Directors
Christian Science Services were Mass.; Mrs. Joseph Berube, Gardens. Grissom Funeral done by the Council, and we are i i getting industry for Osceola -
held at 2 o'clock Wednesday from Mrs. Rena Plant and Mrs. Home was in charge of arrange- coordinating our efforts with'! County Is to provide jobs Kissimmee Rotarians last
the Grissom Chapel with Mrs. 'Celia Lavellee, Woonsockett, ments. those of its membership at every! for the young men and wo- '' Monday elected their six directors
Lillian Dunn, C S. Reader of R. I. Nine grandchildren nine opportunity. \ l' men who otherwise will haveto 'I' for the year starting

ficiating. Casketbearers were great grandchildren and one Eugene E. Morris It is rare that a state has at move away to earn a liv July 1. Next Monday night
Messrs. William Boyd William great, great grandchild. -4 i Is immediate disposal a private-1 i ing.This the six will elect, from their
Breitzmann, Norman Kriebel The body was forwarded to Died Tuesday Night ly financed group working in the : was the blunt asser own number, the coming
George Person, Donald Stetson Cumberlin R. I. for funeral fields of industrial development : tion of Bythel Warrell, gen year's officers.
and Alex C. Wright Interment I I services and interment by the I Mr. Eugene Edward Morris, education, natural resources and eral industrial agent for the The six chosen are Al Cody
followed in Osceola Memory Gar-I I Riedel Funeral Home. 47, veteran of World War No. the promotion of tourism. Florida Atlantic Coast Line in a talk president of Cody Publica
dens. Grissom Funeral Home was IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE I 2 and retired government For- has this distinct advantage in the ;> before the Osceola County tions; Dr. Joseph Gainer virologist .
in charge of arrangements. I I I IN THE GAZETTE eign Service employee, died Council of 100 which was created Builders Assn. City and chamber at the State Livestock
-- - Mr. and Mrs. A. F. of commerce officials also Paul D. Guynn.
- - r --- -- here Tuesday night. I Crosby by Governor Farris Bryant Laboratory;
He is survived by his mother as an adjunct to the Florida Development attended the meeting. head of Osceola Cement Pro-
Mrs. Mazie Morris of Celebrate CommissionUnder Warrell warned that the at- ducts; Dr. James Mongoven.
For Greenville S. C. i Crosbys the chairmanship of Fred O. traction of industry is nota dentist; Charles Parsons, architect
The bodY was forwarded to Dickinson since its inception, the : matter of simple salesman and Horace Phipps
Progessive I Arlington National Cemetery,, Council's impact has been tre ship. It requires patience, hard founder and head of Osceola
Government {I Mondav for final rites and interment -;Golden Anniversary mendous. There is every reason {i 1 work, research. I Memory Gardens.
-w. by the Riedel Funeral to believe that its effectiveness He said Industrialists don'tYOURS

Home. I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Crosbyl I Matron of the Eastern Star. I will continue under the leadership -;' THIS LIVING CROSS :EMBEDDED IN THE SACRED I
formerly of e, Flor-J Upon retiring in 1953 the i of Raleigh Greene, recently!
k t tllrsEllen Knapp ida, celebrated their Golden couple moved to their present named as new chairman. This llo\e, glowing era, embedded in apedestal EARTH Of MT. CALVARY!
the sacred earth of MLCihrarf.
I This "fine squadron" or 100 containing
Wedding Anniversary March home on Lake Geneva in Keystone : .. r.
here Jesus suffered and died to \ /
VOTETUESDAY i I Succumbed Tuesday 20, 1963. They were married I Heights Florida. They business and professional men five as the promise of eternal (r/c..can be FREE /'
Mrs. Ellen Scofield Knapp i in St. Matthews Methodist have three children Sara, each an expert in his field-is I( yours I This luminous ihunmerinf tnte crow
I ready willing and able to go1 I M shining symbol of Jews. Thousands if you
70, of 1720 Oak St., Kissim- Church in Jacksonville, Florida now Mrs. Joe D. Yates of a
II mee, died Tuesday morning.She with the Rev. G S. Rob- ,': Vero Beach; John, County En- anywhere anytime, to discuss the ,I pilgrimage names to to Him.Ml. Calvary The same for sacred comfort earth and act now! / \
I was a retired school erts officiating. Miss Olive !! gineer for Duval County in myriad advantages of Florida stained and cleansed with the precious blood nYou'u 1
|! teacher. She taught in the I Laidlaw of Jacksonville, now Jacksonville; and Harold, with any corporate leader who and tears of oar Satior, Public schools In Rochester, I Mrs. H. I. Stevens of Keystone -! Dean of University Relationsand may be considering plant location your Jilllrrtips./ ..alway.! Because this sacred from
i rnxn glows like a living thing, you see it at Mt. Ca'vary, the
New York until here Heights, was maid of Development, Universityof or relocation. More import- ..
;: moving 'I night when you awake from troubled sleep. same view as r
MARCH 26th i i! in 1958. She was a member of honor and Mr. Noel J. Keen Florida, Gainesville. They antly, the representative has the. always near to comfort you and yours in seen by our 1
f For l, the Presbyterian Church. I best man. 'I''I'I j have seven grandchildren. ability to do a knowledgeableand AeobA and cicineu. Keep a protecting, cross dying Savior. I 1 1MaI
;! i I Mr. and Mrs. Crosby persuasive selling job. in your ear and where you work also. Send
She is, survived by her husband 1 came i I for jour cross today! If you're not enthralled ,Ht::' ; Ccuf: Tciar S
I! to Kissimmee in 1931, he as Business and human nature being
Benjamin F. Knapp of {I with this glowing cross embedded in sacred ...,_ .. _ _
f. en CMC
Kissimmee. agent for the Atlantic Coast 'I Savings State what they are, an industrialist forth, return it within ten days and your Mossy awn, she ink tOwn .
'J Memorial services will be Line Railroad. Both were very j contemplating a move or the money will be fully refunded. Satisfaction is i *sass nek! 2 tor (1H, prigs ,.:. '
I Shows d.W .S- I
I absolutely guarantteJ. Send c'am, check: or I
active in church and civic affairs -{ establishment
of new industryin
held in the Chapel of the Rie- I money order (no C.O.A) to: I I II
Adrian Bovis i I[ del Funeral Home at 2 P. M. during the many years II i significant milestone favorable surroundings prefers IWI tr JI
j Thursday with Rev. Dorr Van I they resided'here. Mr. Crosby |! was passed by the 125 savings to discuss that matter with CHRISTIAN IMPORTSP.O. I ABM SS_ I

Etten, Pastor of the First Presbyterian was on the Board of Stewards ;, and loan associations in Florida someone who can speak his lx 7132 a M. Loots 77. ... 1 L CITY __ __Z ;fTATt- Jt I
Candidate for I Church officiating. of the First Methodist Church, !j daring February as the total language: someone who has 4 ,..- - - -
I t ti Friends are requested to Chairman of the Democratic,!, number of savings accounts holders -, ,either been over the same route
tf f please omit flowers. Those :I County Committee, and mayor j I reached 1,508,655, passing the or who has been successful in o
who desire may contribute to of Kissimmee for many years. i i l1-2 million mark for the firs t related enterprise in the area
MAYORi i the American Cancer Societyin Mrs. Crosby taught Sunday :_i 1 lime in history. under consideration which, in r'S
lieu of flowers. School, was president of the This information was release this instance, is Florida.
i Interment will be at a later I W.S.C.S. of the First Methodist '' by William'D.. Hussey Executive Whenever an industrial "lead"turns (
CITY OF KISSIMMEE date. Riedel Funeral Home in ', Church, president of the ;': Vice President of the Florid up-which is frequent
j charge of !I! Woman's Club and Worthy' thanks to the state administra-
i arrangements.
, _ ,t Savings and Loan League wh I
._ ... ..... . .... : revealed that these accounts rep- tion's nationwide advertising
to- "- -y '" - - .
: :::''\ ::;: : : : resented a' record otal'oJ'$3.329 r : ; campaign, and to the effective
J.. . ... .- 1529.000 I,'i in savings word-of-mouth praise coming a a
: The month of February also from_ individual visitors to the
Citizens '' saw savings increases in thes, slate-an appropriate Council
and Voters of Kissimmee i I thrift and home ownership institutions member is given the assignmentto -

i by $18,122.000 which wa personally visit the prospect,
a record amount for the month and to sell him. The mission is ,
: ol February. undertaken immediately and
I i Following a year in which savings frequently at some self sacrificeby

f increased by a record totalof one who is dedicated to the -
$486,164,000 Hussey reportec proposition of maintaining Flo- irj :

BE .INFORMED ABOUT CIVIL SERVICE BOARD FOR YOUR.FIREMEN '! that for the first two months o f and economically sound pace.
1963, savings have increased b y Population growth and expanding
AND POLICEMEN i': S117349.000 which indicates that I bank deposits since the advent ,
,, the savings and loan associations of the Council are but two .b
in Florida are well on the way cf the indices for measuring the ..
of surpassing the record increaseset success of its operations. The
in 1962. mounting list of so-called "clean"

WHAT IS. IT? A,five member board of local people set up by legislative Act to enable entrance and I As of February 28, 1963, the industries which have come into We AppreciateYour
i savings and loan associations! in the state is another. Vote March 26 forDICKFULLERTON
f ,:: '. qualification examinations in an unbiased and dignified manner, the enforcement of i Florida had assets of $4.407,482, There is a business adage to
. .
..- 000 and total mortgage loans of the effect that you have to make I
high standards amon'g firemen and policemen and to permit hearings for or against i I $3,605,853,000. calls if you are going l to make
sales. There 1 Is also another
-:. personnel in a dignified, orderly manner. which points out that nothing To The Kissimmee City

Predicts happens until someone sells: Commission

\ something. The wisdom of both
',' .. of these is upheld by the recordof
which has
WHAT DOES IT COST; ? Nothing. The Board members serve without charge.
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prediction by State Beveiage

DOES IT AFFECT THE PRESENT RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF PERSONNEL? No. Arid without ;. Director Richard B. Keating tat
;* collections may reach, an all-tim
any. additional cost to the citizen and taxpayer. high. this year gained su(.poll:i
tt: during February with revenue
taQa.. collections climbing L6 per cent
:> .' over the same period last year.
-. .
[0 Collections from the sale of SAVE
THE BOARD IS COMPOSED OF? Three citizens of different professions or businesses from Kissim- :' beer, wine, whiskey and cigarettes :iii
totalled $7,34LOOL39 dunn --r
} ;
.,.: nee, a fireman. and a policeman from Kissimmee. I the month, bringing total collections WHERE YOUR

:. '" ; for the first eight months i
!1 of fiscal year 1962-63 to $60403.' MONEY EARNS [ -
;:', '. said consistent "
039.89, Keating
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IS THE FEDERAL. CIVIL. *SERVICE INVOLVED? No. It is strictly a voluntary act'of the people with past increases the eight
month report represents a .
V ' *
of Kissimmee by vote to come under a Florida Act -and has nothing. to do with the !1 per cent climb over the first .
i eight months of fiscal 196162. : 4
'. federal government. %
: ... 4" ; Cigarette sales during February
''' "'C I accounted for the largest single
'. : l.'OUectionith 290329503. Whis

{; !i'key, followed with $2424.670.64. PER ANNUM
Beer was next with $l,<49,4S7.7d
DOES IT GUARANTEE TENURE TO PERSONNEL? No. It does give personnel the right to be, i j and wine was low with $630.652.83.: f DIVIDEND

heard in case of dismissal. It also sets up a procedure whereby the firing of an offi- Liquor license sales accounted .
,. I for $10,812.50 and miscellaneouslicenses (COMPOUNDED AND
cer for cause may be processed in a dignified and efficient manner. : transfers, etc. made uj PAYABLE QUARTERLY]
; the balance of the $7.3 million,,
' the Beverage Director reported r

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Paid for, by police :and -firemen of Kissimmee Florida: as individuals j I H& !KtSStMb1Eg I ST. CLOUD
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ment I j .. I The Kissimmee Gazette Klssimmee. Fla.. Thnrs. March M. 1963 S
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Spencer ""
have moved into their new homeon One winner at each
Lakeshore Blvd. which they
purchased from the Bill Ingrams.
t"lltlllfJll Donald Rinkus is proudly displaying WINN-DIXIE store
w his new golf bag and Uk% ee fi
other loot he brought back from

the Silver Lake Tourney where .
a Simply the length of
he won out in the first flight guess
By BETTY, EBY over Dave Coleman of Burgin '6 ,,,, tt ribbon on the silver service

Ky.Jimmy : ''...#q display at your local Winn-
Bovis, son of Mr. and ''
Dixie. Closest estimate wins.
Mrs. Adrian Bovis. has been .......
One winner in each store.
pledged to Sigma Chi at the University -
Birthday congratulations this last week were Dr. and Mrs. of Honda where he is a r '' b ., Adults only please. No pure

week are being sent to Annette:I Wm. P. McWffliams of St. Johns second year student '. . ; chase required. Winners
Roberts, George Persons Inez' Michigan.J. John Milton Bovis student at 4 : e will be notified. Contest 00 5
Tracy Jane P. the Law School at University C STORE
Briley Muller. Ray McKnight of Cleveland Emory -
Sat. March .
Simmons, Florence Fox, Gladys stopped off this week to visit the is visiting his parents.Mr. night,
Riblette Sammy Odom, K. C. T. M. Hudsons, enroute to his and Mrs. Adrian Bovis.

Elsie Moore Grig5 Jr..Y,Pauline Lillian Polk Franklin, Mary home St. Petersburg.Mrs. after spending. the winterat Steelman the Orange Borden Memorial is a Hospital'patientat '' ,v' _. >> :' i., ..'.. ., ..,<..,,;-.:"" :........, ; ". ,,.", .", ., ...... ' -

Zebys, Don Feagan, Nancy Stark Harvey Carr entered the where ,he underwent surgery. ;:
Robert Allen. Jane Stanko, Jess I Orlando General Hospital Sundayto Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stires of! THIS ROGERS 1883 1 SILVER SERVICE
Kibler, Pauline Mills, Nancy undergo surgery. Alliance, Ohio are. visiting Bill
Clemons Sarah Skinner, Lester Mr. and Mrs. Levi Garland .
i '...,. .. ,
Mann, Spencer Overstreet, Mrs. 1 have returned from a trip to California Mr. and Mrs. Ralph: Dearmin ::1<< ?''''-. 'r ___ I. I II : -:"' :' i .: <" _ '' .. .
J. G. Matz, Billy Quirk Stanley where they spent several are ,visiting in the Keys, recuper-I """

Davis, Jimmy arker, Mary weeks visiting. They also visited ating from a rough bout with the seg. ''>v Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru March 23rd
Stone Teri Tarcai, Art Dyer I friends at Tucson, Arizona en- I ..
flu.Miss WINN-DIXIK TORM. INC. -! *
a. 0. COPTKIOHT- *
Prator Gilbert, Lil Colburn. Sun-I route. Elsie: McPherson left'Wednesday
Overstreet Sarah Horner,I Mrs. Elizabeth by for Atlanta
Dillard plane
ny has returned "
Carl Dearmin. Charles Andrew from Washington, D.C. and where she was called by the :; Y -
Chitwood, Earlo Tanner, Edgar I Alexandria where she visited her death of a close friend. *- Hams. 4 $299
Glass, Dianna Locke, Mrs. Carl i daughter Anne Harrison and'her Word was received here this I F \ U.S.D.A. LB. CAN
Adams, L. M. \Villiams Betty i family. week of the death of Mrs. Cather-j
Oppert. Best wishes' to each of I Jess Thacker and children spent ine Fletcher at the home of a l ' ''" d CHOPPED. SHAPED, CUBE (Plus 50 Stamps)
you. 'the weekend at dearwater vis- daughter, Mrs. J. H. Geist of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Austin,:I iting her mother, Mrs. Wilder. Lakewood Ohio. She was the > s GRADE Steaks. 3 LB.BOX $199
of Orange Gardens are takingan The Ammi Jacobs left this week mother of Mrs. J. H. Lopeman .r .
approximately 40-day tour by for their home at Emington. Illi resident of Orange Gardens for 'i
travel trailer with the Wally nois. the past six years and had many y' W-D EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND
Byam Caravan to Mexico this Several of Kissimmee's studentsat friends here in Kissimmee. She j ]
winter. Three hundred and twen- Troy State were home for the would have been 91 in May. 1I j II t'c Beef. . LB- PKG.
and will spend from two to five weekend. Among them were Ken II I II 'Is
days in 18 places during their Murphy Johnny Bovis Butch I I J or JUMBO CHUNK
Whidden. Linda Partin. Chris Colombo I Garden \I 4 ./'
tour.Mr .
and Mrs. R. D. Buxton of Billie Kaye Elliott, and II I : Bologna. LB. 391.
Flint Michigan were guests last Barney Parker. Club News b .
week of Mrs. Harvey: Carr. Also John Thoman has reenteredthe .y' 3 w.. a
visiting Mrs. Carr for a few days| Kissimmee Hospital for treatFULLSTRENGTH The Kissimmee Garden club a FRIED COD ((12-oz.) . (Plus 25 Stamp)

Circles were busy meeting, mak- '
1'ing field trips and viewing color- : ::i:..'w "':", Fish CakesPKG.3 9{
ed slides of flowers. I
Thursday of last week the Rose
Circle traveled to Leedburg to

1 I Alice tour the'Smart Florida was their Nursery guide there.and Broad Breasted TURKEYS .poi-Di AST

showed them a new geranium,
the bloom being almost black in

IiiiJiiiiW! color. The ladies brought their t tI 5 to 8 pound W-D Broad Breasted Turkeys I
lunch and had a picnic on the
This size ideal
I t I Ij is for barbecueing on a spit
I patio following the tour. A'few II i (rotisserie). Cook the same as you do fryers, C
of the ladies then went to Eustis
with your favorite barbecueing sauce. A
to see the Flower Show there in Ib
_---JL wonderful taste delight.
4---;: 33 connection with the fair. .
,. C.
.::...r7L' -....... Bleach I The Hibiscus Circle also met 18 to 20 lb. W-D Broad Breasted Turkeys.
'Jl -. :::=!:' Fa Thursday, at the home of Miss Buy these larger birds either whole or half.
;.i ' -, -r.L" n* DISINFECTANT j Elon Guice Mrs. W. C. Seckman
, Grill halved or quartered turkeys same as
I "
presided over the meeting, with
I II above. Or wonderful roasted
Loosens dirt,brightens Cleans and disinfects '
Mrs. Mal Lamb leading the de
whites,sanitizes clothinc.Hood sickroom,bathroom,kitchen
I votions. Future planning includes!fa POLY-UNSATURATED ASTOR Sove 16f ALL PURPOSE Save 8< Each

33 Bleach p I' ': committee ,to prepare the table j I I I I I j J ''il '
|and arrangement for the upcom-i if--,- Shortening 3-lb. can 49 Wesson OiU.I, .. Bott.49I'
L !' I 50 Free Value
and DisinfectantA # j ing local flower show. A field, Top Stamps
I:trip is being planned for the April I j WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
meeting, members will be informed -1
when plans are complete. I Flounder Fillets I i'I i
1 Miss, ,Louise Thomason assisted i --
Miss, Guice ',in serving. delicious. I OOOQ THMU MARCH *. 50 Free Top Value Stamps 50 Free Top Value Stamps.
traveled 0 YKn Fouo PKC. Fitozcrf ONE 24.0Z JAM DEEP SOUTH
The Gloriosa Circle to / ;
Family Matter Haines City Wednesday afternoonto 1 ownya l e Waffles Strawberry Preserves

see the Haines City Flower GOOD THRU MARCH <3 MOOD TMNU MARCH ..
The alone should Show, then on Friday met with T'7 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE A AT ANY WINNDIXIEmmmm
family select the I
Mrs. D. E. Cooperrider to view 1.1 11 12
funeral director who, in their opin- colored slides of flowers, shown -- t(&:tf If''f U _
by Mrs. Wm. Nahtn. They werdof
ion, will serve them best. Obviously wild flowers from Ohio and ;, 100 EXTRA

_ !this decision should be made Orchids from Mr. Nahm's orchid i
house and orchid shows. Officers -i
., without outside influence or Pressure for the past Circle were elected,' TOP VALUE STAMPS -- 50 Free
Value 50 Free Value I
Top Stamps Top Stamps
Choosing a funeral director they are, Pres. Mrs. Gertrude WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR .
strictly a family Darling; Record. Sec. Mrs. Marie One 24-oz. JAB. DEEP SOUTH (l.OO Oil MORE WORTH or
THE MEMBER.' ORDCft matter. Hayward; Cor. Sec. Mrs. Orpha Good Thru Limit One Coupon To Adult With -- i Peanut Butter Health & Beauty Aids

OF THE Carr; Treas. Mrs. D. E. Cooper- March 23 A $5.00 or More Food Order. SOOO THltlI MARCH .. OOO THMU MARCH ..

rider. for f / l ill I AT ANY WINN-QIXIE ; AT ANY WINN-QIXIE
This is also a busy month
GOiii RlEDEL spirea gardeners.and It's winter time honeysuckle.This to trim. Ii : L 13 k ""lfl W'MWWgq 14 -it.

24 HOUR insures bloom next year. SAVE 8< HEINZ .
AMSULANCtSHVKX The butterfly bush should be cut
107 EMMETT STREET to the ground. :
Now is the time to plant phlox I
shasta daisy, candy tuft, mums,
Phone: holly hocks 'and columbines. SAVE 20 BLUE or WHITE ARROW
847-3188 -l I Now is the time to- r *
Use bedding plants instead of i FIRM DetergentGT.391
seed, as it will soon be too hot. "
1 GOLDEN 1 0
t' nut Try the Gloriosa Daisy as SAVE 8t DIXIE DARLING LONG GRAIN
something new in your garden.It '
is beautiful.
T Rice. 3 LB. PKG. 35?
4 .tw I ; V re. Happy-gardening!! .


f GAZETTE ADVERTISERS I.1I I Celery.I 2 STALKS 29 Ft Beef Stew Z4OL 39. ?



I MORTON , Apple, Peach Cherry, CoconutFruitPies3FoRi.


}: Juice 5 6-0 CANS 99;

D.. l..DeJrost ;! 1.8 'CU. 'FT.I .

I Con 1 pI! I SPACE .,r "
cn.enc.e STORAGE fllillfM' ; 'IP\ 2

I Two Egq S JY s- :: I .
Magic Corner Hinges s

I 'SPEOJA .J'I'D1liDIJ! 4 1
Butter Coin 1eftf Light -


Protective Door St ps b Two Flex-Grid Ice Trays j EEP

: if ayonnaise SOUTH.MAYANAISE : 'Ij Astor CoHee ..

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$19995 I: QUART

7-Mi11 U.ii r*frigft ters SAVE ,20 29 -- JI 1-LB. CAN 39 .

Trade'TA212W I ..I SAVE 20 "
la f MM longer.tee yeah ouA JTh With i \\ Um food t one order.with .;' .

I SOFT WEVE Save 8* Eacn r 'J. VAC PACKED COFFEE Save l8tPk ,

PARKS FURNITURE CO. \ Tissue 2 9,4 19, . Foigers CAN 491 #

rS Limit two twin pocks Limit one with $5.00t .

with food order. V I s food order or more. .

847-4171 ."' . --.,,,'' ,,',-<'-' 892-2011 ,_ I I .... ....

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4 The Kissimmee Gazette. Klsslmtnee Fla.. Thurs.. March 21. 1963] -

l Fla. Firm Seeks I THAT ,

ml Industrial.Site Bills ; Reject Kennedy Plan

I .
Canaveral International Corpof Although Canaveral International -: 'Tis better to have loved
TULSA, OKLA.-The United of the 1960s and job futures would be reduced from a top
: Miami is seeking a 16-20 acrt is looking for a potentialsite and lost than never to have
industrial site in Florida to erecta on which to construct a States Junior Chamber of should not be placed'in jeopardy -,of 52 per cent to 42 per cent. filed a joint return."-Rob-
100,000 square-foot plant for plant, suitable, existing struc- Commerce has rejected theAdministration's by an approach which ert G. Campbell, Lititc (Pa.)
its new affiliate company Alum- tures will be considered for possible tax proposals would increase consumption Lutherans Continue RecordExpress."Many .
inum Housing Corp. lease or purchase accord- : and re-affirmed its strong of those now fully employ Lenten Meditations
Canaveral International, listedon ing to Board Chairman Henry support of the Herlong-Baker The revenue impact of the a man finds that
The American Stock Exchange.has' Dubbin. tax rate reform legislation. Herlong-Baker bills, the Jay- "The Palace of Herod" is the : burning a candle at both ends
been known primarily as a Honeycomb is an extremely "The tax program advocated cee statement said, would be forth meditation theme in the will make it twice as hard to
shipping and land development strong and lightweight cellular by the President is disappointing -far more moderate in anyone mid-week Lenten series, the ,. [keep his wife ;in the dark.-
company. Recently, Canaveral construction material which in its total objec- year than the Administra- Scenes of Christ's Passion at ppKgYDuv William L Zeigler, New Ox-
International entered into an closely resembles a beets honey- tive and intent," declared tion's program since the Her- Grace Lutheran Church, St. ford (0.) Item.Presbyterian. .
agreement whereby Aluminum comb. A core material with the Richard C. Headlee, Jaycee long-Baker legislation wouldbe Cloud. The service is Wednesday I
Housing Corp. will bfecome a ma- highest known strengthtoweightratio -. National Vice President in spread over five years and evening 7:30 p.m., March 20. WomenTo
jor producer of low-cost homes honeycomb is available in charge of governmental affairs -the Administration's over : On Thursday, March 21, the
and industrial structures various thicknesses and facing Women's Guild will travel to the Meet Monday
because it is weightedin three. M
Some 600 employees eventally material bonded to aluminum Lutheran Haven's Slavia, for
favor of the
I will be utilized in the new plant, Length is limited only by ship fallacious. MORE REVENUE SEEN luncheon and to visit with the The United Presbyterian Women .
which will be designed for daily ping requirements since AHCTs purchasing power concept.He old folks and children. The lad- will meet Monday. March 25:! .
I ,production of nearly 100.000 I panels will be continuously fabri- insisted that the country's Moreover, the Herlong- ies will meet at the chapel at in educational Building at 8 p.m
square feet of aluminum-faced I cated in widths up to eight feet. urgent need was for a "pro- Baker bills are credited with 10.00 a.m. and then proceed to Their leader. Dr. Olive Fish
honey-comb panel walls sufficient ! By using the paneling for exterior ' gram which uses tax reduc- the ability to bring about the home. will present a program on her
for 7,500 homes per year.A i and'interior walls a home tion dollars to provide the greater, rather than less recent trip to Puerto Rico. The
preview showing of the first: can be completed in less than greatest assurance of long- federal revenue over the Fish Jennie Hutton. circle will be hos
model home in Miami in late one week after delivery of ma-. range economic upward long-run since the capital I SaturdayA tess.
February was attended by New terials to the building site. climb." they would spring loose Fish Fry will be held this NlXFTSI(
York and Florida investment I IIt Production of the proposed CAPITAL RELEASE could spark a great upsurge ,'Saturday night at the Moose q' I Mr. and Mrs. J. C.. Clemons -
bankers, 'financiers and analysts I Florida plant will be distributed in economic growth. Thus '!Hall, 1116 10th Street, St V KAY announce the birth of a
{t who responded enthusiastically I in this country and abroad according i The Herlong-Baker companion the return to balanced budgeting I Cloud. I p yO 19 lb. 2 oz. son, Theodore Ray.
to the use of structural load-bear. to Aluminum Housing bills (H.R. 348 and would be quicker i, Open to members and their s I Friday, March 8th, at the Kiss-
.ing panels in home construction. Corp. sales officials. I H.R. 265) admirably fill the through the Herlong-Baker i i guests only the price for all I j 1 immee Hospital.
you can eat for 75c.
LET THE CHIPS FALL WHERE THEY MAY !latter requirements Mr. route when coupled with '\ I ------
Headlee's statement pointed reasonable restraints on the I
i out since they would release extent of federal spending. [
t the capital now taxed away The Herlong-Baker legislation PANCAKE SUPPER AND SAUSAGEFRIDAY
t in the middle and upper income would provide a total
E. brackets."It !reduction in individual and

is capital, and not pur- corporate tax rates of $19.25 I MARCH 22 at 5:30 P.M. UNTIL?
chasing power which has the billion over the five-year I ,
greatest bearing on job creation period Individual rates that j '
I ," it continued. "And in now range from 20 per cent COMMUNITY HOUSE
(further viewing job-creation to 91 per cent would be replaced !
i (over the long term, there is by a range of 15 to 42 i
"need to provide jobs for those per cent, thus assuring every
who will be entering the labor taxpayer of at least a 25 per I
Adults $100 Children 75C
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Long of MARRIED THURSDAY The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissfanmee. Fia., There.. March XL IMS (i

ORANGE GARDEN Troy N. Y. were recent visitorsof
their former classmate, Miss Y F- KISSIMMEE MOTOR COURT I II Perry-Tipple

Edith Spencer. a I
I JOTTINGS'by NEWS i Marriage AnnouncedThe

KENANSVILLEBy I marriage of Michele Gene

: ANNEJ.'REYNOLDS' by loran B. Gleadall Tipple, daughter of Mrs. MaryL.
Betty Bass 1 Tipple, Kissimmee. and Donald -
The enthusiasm with which Mrs. Wm..A. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howell and Mrs. George Moeller and I Ross Perry MB of Mrs
Sawyers who has Mrs. Ola Vickers returned homeon
the women of Orange Gardens been visited spent several days with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M E. Allen In Margaret Perry Maffland, wassoiemniaed
by Dr. and Mrs.
Wednesday after being hospi-
community have enrolled in the, and Mrs. Everett Lynn in Ocala. Friday by the Rev.
Wm. S.
Jones for the past few talized at Kissimmee for a few Clifton Gilbert Willis, Michigan
new Home Demonstration Club weeks, visited with Lt. CoL and days with! a bad case of flu. Tampa.Mrs. Fannie Jones called on is spending, some time William Blair in a double ringceresnoay
gives testimony to their eager- Mrs. Louis Kriser of Sanford last Miss Jessie Allen hos- at the Methodist
was a Gregg's Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the George
ness to share in the social and Church at Mt. Dora.
weekend, where Colonel Kriseris pital patient for several days last evening. E. M. Gilbert and brother.
educational program of this stationed at the Naval Air week also. The bride was given in marriage -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert
worthy oragnization. The Club Base. Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. John Shell Thompson, Orlando 1sue' were Saturday evening dinner Mr. and Mrs. Emil Markle- by Gilbert E. Barney a

now two months old, has a whop- and Mrs. G. C. Erickson of visited his aunt and uncle, Sadie guests of Mrs. Melvin Shade. witz of Lansing, Michiganwere family friend. Mavis Barnej

ping membership of 47, and it Brooklyn, N. Y. were also visi-, and Rudy Bass, also A. C. and Miss Frances Sheldon entertained recent guests of Mr and served as maid of honor. Jac'

is expected that there will be tors of Colonel and Mrs. Kriserat Kate one day last week. i j Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Conrad Seyfried. qudyn Carole Tipple, sister of

even a larger membership in the Sanford. A group from Lakeview Bap- Gordon, Mrs. Edith Wet- Pearl Courtright Robin the bride as bridesmaid.For .

months to come. tist Church attended a Youth Fellowship ander and Mrs. Ann Koch to Wells, Harry Hudson, Howard her vows the bride chosea

y At the March meeting, Mrs. Sincere wishes of sympathyare meeting at dewiston on I Sunday dinner in St. Cloud. I Senecal Walter Broomfield short sheath of white alencon

George Murphy gave a brief review extended to Mr. Arthur Mor- Friday night The meeting was I Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Freeman I celebrated their birthday an. lace designed with three quarter

of the book "Rugged Land gan and family at the passing invited to convene with the. k and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey niversaries during the past sleeves and scoop neckline A

of Gold." Questions on health away of Mrs. Morgan on.Sunday, church here the third Friday;I ,. Elmer visited Rocket City week. full overskirt of lace with a
topics, asked by members, were March 17. night in ApriL one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young front taffeta bow completed the

answered by Miss Marjorie Fish. Also to be held here on April t nt Mr and Mrs. Charles Stevenson I, Lancaster New York were picture. Her short veil of silk

Finally, the county home demon- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jacob of 14 is the Second Sunday Sing. Orlando were Friday r' callers on Mrs. Violet Hosier, illusion was attached to a p' in-

stration agent, Miss Marilyn 1626 Catherine St. are being Mrs. .Phyllis Norton and baby,' evening dinner guests of their : Friday. i cess crown of pearls. She carried

Dietrich, gave a aemonstration visited by their son and family, Orlando, visited her parents, the parents Mr. and Mrs. C. A. i Mr and Mrs. Roy McMullen a coJomial bouquet of white carnations -
Charles Harveys, for'the few visited Mr. and Mrs. Delano centered with white
choosing fabrics and color for Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jacob and past Stevenson. ;>! two

Spring fashions. The next meet- daughter of Miami. i days. Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Rowseywon Weeden Friday afternoon. orchids

ing, on April 2, promises another Mr. and Mrs. Jim Drawdy from .':), ... second place consolation Pvt. Gregory Smith is visiting Charles Perry, brother of the

varied and interesting program Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stockrtale Melbourne spent the weekend at . prize in the St. Cloud Hotel : his parents Mr. and Mrs.E. i.groom, served as best man.

featuring flower arranging from Pompano Beach the lake here. shuffleboard tournament in E. Gilbert. Pvt. Smith recently -|: Following the ceremony, a reception -

demonstrations by three mem- weekend guests of Mr. and were Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Reams, t" ; I St. Cloud last week. returned from duty in i was held tat the church
Vero Beach and Kenansville, helda Lt Annaliese Wilt De- :' Korea.
Mrs. ,
bers who attended the recent Edwin of -., t annex, after which the couple
school on that subject at the St Nessling 1632 Catherine.. family reunion here on Sunday. -'" r troit, Michigan spent ten days ; Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Collier 'I left for wedding trip to Port

County Agricultural Center. Several members of her family a with Mrs. Ann Koch. Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Free- I Paradise in Florida. Ohio Michigan
attended. Wilt and Mrs. Koch also vis- man were business visitors in and Indiana.

We The members of the Sun' and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dorsett ited several days in St Aug I Orlando Tuesday.Jim .
Mrs.\ R.
are happy to report that Fun shuffleboard Douglas HordelHordeHansell 'I
finished their
Miss Esther spent the weekend at Key West ustine. Wright visited his par-
p home Watts has returned tournament last Friday. Mrs. visiting friends and fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gal- ens Mr. and Mrs. George Elks Auxiliary To
t after having been a patient Elmer Hertzler and Miss ,Edith Vows ''
Besides those mentioned, otherson breath and Mr. and Mrs. Wright Saturday.Mr. i
;: at an Orlando hospital Miss Spencer were winners of the con- the sick, list include Charlie Frank Burkholder were Wed- ',, and Mrs. Joseph Lardi. i Hold Special Meeting
Watts would
r like to express her test. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Bes- i Essex. Illinois Saturday
Vickers, Constance Lanier Annie nesday evening guests of Mr. were
thanks for the many cards and wick were runners-up. Mrs. H. Boney, Mae Billings, Kate Stev- and Mrs. Arthur Mann. : evening dinner guests of Mr. Mrs. Jack C. White President .

personal'greetings \hich she received R Messingill and Mr. and Mrs. ens, Wyona Strickland and this Exchanged Thursday There were six tables of : and Mrs. Alvin Rabideau. 'I has called an emergency.

during her illness. A wish Charles ,were consolation win- writer and family.Mr. 500 and one of canasta in play ,, Mr and Mrs. George Gar meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary

6 for a rapid and complete recovery ners. and Mrs. Buck Lawrence, Banked palms, glowing tapers dress of Sienna brown lace over Friday evening at the card j I,gin, New Port Richey and Mr. of the Kissimmee Elks
,, is extended to Miss Watts. and Mrs. Edward Henderson for Wednesday evening. Mar
Okeechobee, visited Hattie Bass and cathedral baskets holding an apricot slip. Two overblown party. Mrs. Frank Burkholder {I twenty-seventh at eight o'
i the first of the week.Brideelect white mums and white gladioli won high score for the ladies I. visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
is r * * * * * * * * * * * * * * roses in pink formed her hat Watts Thursday. clock. The main order of bus
Louise Klotz for the
formed the men.
background for the ;;
t Jt ; and pink carnation
Jt corsage Howell Mr. and Mrs. Perce LovewelI iness will be the election ofa
Mr. and Mrs. Harry
which united Miss
:: Jt Vote Feted ceremony completed the ensemble. new president for the com
Edwene and Mr. and Mrs. George !i: l were Orlando visitors
Mary Hansell and Douglas
Jt Immediately following the cere- visitors Monday and had dinner at the ing year the office having
Gregg were business ,,
t Jt At Shower ThursdayMiss Rodney Horde in marriage. mony, Mr. and Mrs. Hansell en- in : Driftwood. i been left vacant by the deathof
t for. Orlando Tuesday.
Jt I The weading vows were read by tertained the and i President-Elect Cora Gay
wedding patty
I Dr. H. P. Amos, at the First Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lardi, j I Mr. and Mrs Jack Nehls.I ,
Jt Marilyn Veal, bride elect guests at a reception in the Essex. Illinois were recent I I Orlando were Tuesday dinner lord.Due
Jt E. P. NEID Baptist Church, at four o'clock, Church Educational to the passing of Mrs
a. was honored at a shower Thursday -I Building. callers on Mrs Violet Hosier. |i guests of the formers sister. I
.. Jt" .: night when Mrs. Cecil Yates on March 14. A program of wedding The bride's table, overlaid withan Dr. and Margaret Williams Mr. and Mrs. Jake Balding.Dr. Gaylord the regular March

: Jt for. and Mrs. John Miller entertainedat I music was given by Mrs. imported linen and l lace cloth, Hiram, Ohio were visitors of : and Mrs. C. F. Littell I meeting scheduled for the

a Jt the Yates home. I Cecil Tjner, organist and John was centered with a tiered wed- Dr. and Mrs. C F. Littell''. visited friends in Bartow thirteenth, was cancelled and
;; Jt --- Guests included Mmes. L. L. Jamison, soloist. Candles were ding cake. Five branched silver Tuesday evening. Thursday and Cypress Gard-- installation of the new officers

t Jt Mayor Erskine, Doyle Mathews, Hallen lighted by Miss Susan Warden candelbra held white candles and Misses Inez and Elsie Jor- '!i I ens Wednesday. postponed. Plans now

Jt \ Marshall, Jim Moak, Bobby 0'- and Miss Sandra Warden. They punch was served from a silver don spent several days with j'1 I The Court was saddened by call for the installation to

Jt City Election Berry, Francis Caruso, Betty wore matching pale blue dresses. bowl. The Bride's Book was kept Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCabein the sudden death of Fred take place during the April

:e Sprinkle, Mattie Tyner, Betty by Miss Marie Stanko. Assistingin Tarpon Springs. They also !I|i Archambault Friday morning. I meeting following a dinner
March ; The bride's parents are Mr. I i I Mrs. Archambault and given by the lodge in honorof
Jt Tuesday, McMinn. various capacities were Mesdames visited in Sarasota, Ft. My. son
ti i Also Mmes. Rita Murray, Eve-I and Mrs. William Edward Han- Henry Simmons, M. E. ers, Sanibel Island and Cap- I 1 I Harold returned to their homein the auxiliary members and

_: 26th. lyn Sexton, Carole Veal Billie I sell and Mr. Horde is the son Schellenberg, Riley S. Miles, H. tiva Island. Woodsocket .Rhode Island I their husbands.

n i Yates, Phil Phillips, O. Carroll,of Mrs. Maurine C. Horde, of Nelson Makinson R. Elmo Griffin Tdm Wells, Cape Canaveral :i where the funeral will be held. I Mrs. White urges all memI -
'r. YOUR VOTE WILL BE Bonnie Wilson, Bill Barber, Doris Nashville, Tennessee.The Hewen Lasseter. Mernt Mar spent the week end with his : Mr and Mrs. Charles Cob- hers to note the change ini

;. I APPRECIATED veal, George Sloger and Miss bride, who was given in ble, Joe Everett, of Orlando parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ,V. I urn spent a week with Herman I i plans and to attend the spec
?; If * * * * * * *, * * * * * * * I Karen Murray. marriage by her father, wore a Harry Ware, Orlando. Wells and family. : Bunker in Maderia | ial meeting if possible

j' gown of silk taffeta designed When the young couple left fora Mr. and Mrs. Grover Beach. While there they visited \

r Skip I the sulphur and molasses- with a scoop neckline and three short wedding trip, the new Branch, Mavarla, Michigan, St Petersburg, Guy Lornbardo's The Woman's Society of Chris
dinner Port-O-Call Inn andi I
quarter sleeves. Her bodice and were Tuesday guestsof I
.'.. . ., bell_skapea .skirt .featured, Alen. Mrs. Horde wore a smart spring ME.andJMrs, John Frazier. I i Country Club, Isle of Terra i tian Service will resume the stud
l' 'JL;: rsry - '- -- suit far"Yrtieat"linen":a Whiteoverblouse
? Mr. and Mrs. Tom 1 i Yerde and Kopock Inn. on "DunMUMMM of Prayer" Tuesday -
lace motifs and Massey
con her detach- '
; get -a CHEVROLET ,SUPER ;SPORT : ; abletrain' was of Chapel length. of wheat. Ifer embroidered accessories in tones were Flint, Michigan were Thurs. I'' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bur, March 26th. from 9:30 to
day evening dinner guests of heene and sons of ML Dora in the educational building
Her veil of silk illusion was at-
brown and white and she
wore a 1 The public is invited to attend
tached to a lace trimmed Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walworth.Mrs. were Sunday evening dinner
Chevrolet Super Sports have a charm that Sport zing applies to the Corvair Monza with and crystal cap white carnation corsage. Mr. and Jennie Pyle and sister, j guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
pearls drops.
soothes for romantic with its air-cooled 150- Mrs. Horde will be at home at j Gilbert.
springtime Spyder
your yen very breezy She carried a crescent arrange- Mrs. Thacker and Mr. and I .
adventure as fast as you can slip into a horsepower rear-mounted engine, and 4- ment of white carnations. 1406 Verona Street.Wedding Mrs. Frank Hall were Orlando !'! Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Beane. ARCADE

bucket seat. (Especially the Impala's, with speed shift*. Ditto for the new Corvette Sting Miss Alice Parker served as visitors Tuesday.: Rochester, New Hampshire

its adjustable new Comfortilt steering Ray, a magnificent thoroughbred among maid of honor. Her frock was of Mr. and Mrs. Cal Morris 1 called on Mr. and Mrs. Perce
wheel) Front-bucket seats are pure-blood sports cars with not celestial blue starched chiffon, Party and Mr. and Mrs. Frank : Lovewell Friday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. i
Burkholder were Monday Gilbert I
a great start, but Super Sports asinglesacrificeincomfort.Bothalso with a scalloped neckline and Honored At Dinner I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert FLA.
evening guests of Mr. and
feature plush all-vinyl interiors Spyder and Sting Ray in *
SUPER SPORT come bell shaped skirt. Her headdresswas Mrs. Frank Schuldt. I and Clifton Gilbert visited in
special interior-exterior coupe or convertible styles. All matching tulle and was topped Mrs. Maurine Horde of Nash Mr. and Mrs. George Myers' Melbourne Sunday.Mr. One Stowing Oal Y

trim in tasteful touches, and a Y Chevrolet Super Sports are like with three hand made chif- ville, Tennessee, entertained witha Leesburg were Friday dinner I I' and Mrs. John Frazier FRIDAY and SATURDAYat !

veritable feast of goodies we call spring days-you've got to get fon roses. She carried a colonial seated dinner"at the Tropical guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy., Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walworth

performance options. Chevrolet out in them to savor them. So bouquet of blue and white car- Hotel following the rehearsal for McMullen. ,: Mr and Mrs. Tom Massey 8P.M.Matinee .

and Chevy II Super Sports catch yourself a passing zephyr nations. Miss Judith Tindall and the marriage of her son, Doug. Larry Slatmyer, Cleveland, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold H., Saturday

invite adventure in convertible and waft on down to your Miss Cynthia Robertson were las Horde, to Mary Hansell, Ohio and Mrs. Peggy Poulos Gleadall visited Canaveral' 2.00 P. M.

or coupe form.That same Super Chevrolet showroom. bridesmaids. They wore dresses which was an event of March were Wednesday dinner Pier. Cocoa Wednesday. March 22.23CHARLTOM

*OptonaI at extra owl.K styled similarly to that of the 14th.Tables guests of Mrs. Christine Mee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moon.
honor attendant and they also for the guests were arranged Eau Gallie. : Whittier Michigan visited

y ; wore matching headdresses and to form a square with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Diebolt Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs.

carried Colonial bouquets of greenery used in the center. An were entertained to Sunday E. M. Gilbert

N..tnr white and blue carnations. arrangement of white mums, dinner at the Pine Grove I: I

'+ :, .Sn.A., ,o Lucius William junior was glads and touches of pink snapdragons Community Center. They also WCTU To lleet'Thursday
best man and Davis Batemanand i were used at the bride'stable spent the afternoon with Mr.

James Purcell, junior, were i while low greenery and and Mrs. Fred Freese.M. Night *OPHIAI

ushergroomsmen.Mrs. white glads were used on the G. Brown and Howard
Hansell chose an afternoon other tables. Senecal won first place In the The Woman's Christian I
I Miss : Temperance Union will hold I II I
I Hansell and Mr. Horde Kissimmee Stationer's shuffle-
of satin
suit toast
I'! i iI
for her daughter's wedding. Her presented gifts to their at- board tournament last week. its regular monthly meeting "Big as
I 1 7:30 ,
tendants. Thursday March 21st at ,
Mrs. Robert Earley and Ar Ben-four'
small satin hat and other accessories I Methodist
Bridal cards marked thur Johnson p.m., at the Free i
place cow had Sunday
were in a contrasting I Church. . ..,1 notbigger
ers for the bride and groom evening dinner In Orlando.Dr .
pink. Her corsage was of dusty i the Rev, !"
| elect Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansell Russell Cooper, Deanof Opening prayer by
c' : pink carnations. Mrs. Horde, i I,: parents of the bride, Mr. and University of Southern: erend W. Carl Beatty. : --LA. rImes
I mother of the. groom, wore a !i!: Mrs. Lucius Williams Jr., Mr. Florida visited Friday evening I Devotion by Mrs. R. F. Mil ..

i 1 i and Mrs. Riley;S. Miles, Mr.'and with Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Lit ler.Music '
1 is in charge of The'
9i, Mrs. H. Nelson Makinson, Mrs. .
!1! Cecil Tyner, Mrs. R. Elmo Grif- tell.Mrs.. Fern Mecum, Atlanta : Reverend LaDette Cooley. r
Pastor of Pleasant Hill Chap-
1 fin Dr. H. P. Amos, Miss Cynthia Georgia was a Sunday dinner ,
b XJt p t;--k 1! Robertson Miss Judith Tin guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold i el. ,fir

I dall Miss Alice Parker, Miss H. Gleadall.Mrs I, The State President Mrs. I
A L Jacobs M J. (Frances) Maloney, is the r'I
: visiting
I Sandra Warden, Miss Susan Warden is '
Mr. Davis Bateman and Mrs. Earl Dick for the I guest speaker. Her subject is
"Dimensions In Progress. .
Mr. John Barton. next week. t, /
i Mrs. Bessie Eubank calledon The Christian Citizenship ,-

/ KAST Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Grout Program will be presented i
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($ Thursday evening. - "
Or- Mr. - -- .
;, The Central Florida Pop and Mrs. T. V. Halloran -

2 ,..N,. (. chestra presented a program oft enroute to Virginia Beach
lunekeon er dinner renderVOM j SOUTH TRAIL
Swtmrteit t. Central florid Deligkt i music, solos and tap dancing at spent Thursday night and Fri.
_ ffnuly . bane your ynettt ; the meeting of the Kissimmee day with the formers's sister.
.JAr. by bringing leM) l. lit truly i All States Tourist dub Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Acker. DRIVE-IN

; ,nniqnt dining room.rnG. I'night Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Arch- ORLANDO FLORIDA '.1

I ..K*..rMU- The roll call of states showed ambault and Mr. and Mrs. ,ale se"rs
I (f 1h 1 KI eeda s Michigan W, Ohio 41, New York Charles Coburn had Sunday THURS. FRI. SAT. tc wrenttvmauu
I.BanlfuonW'a. 34. Pennsylvania 33, New Hampshire evening dinner In Orlando. 1tt tOh
: : 14. Twenty-four states and I Mr. and Mrs. James Burke. March 21, 22, 23.

I Taira 1 Canada were represented in UK Vernon, New York called Friday "THE RAVIN" 7 P. M.
...-. o.l..4. 1 on Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mc Vincent
::1 .. : t 325 in attendance. Mullen. .

Mrs. Thomas Drigger spent
I 8:50 P. M.
FOOTLIGHT THEATRE GUILD I several days with her son,
Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Driggerin I "HOUSE OF FRIGHT"
i presents"ANGEL t Orlando. She also visited 10:10 P. M.
iiiJfa fI fI ilf1lD1
g4 Mrs Ida Lamb.

[ l i Mr and Mrs Hiestand SUN., MON., TUES. { III)ED.1Rm IfI

; spent the week end with Mr March 24, 25, 26.
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Black HillsPASSION end color. -7 10 P. M. .T.E.fMI..ftlf MMSNIfl )
Models thotm doc riM; Corvette Sting! Ray ConrfrtfWr Corrair Mama SpydfrConvertible. BIpNSUIIIpp1)LRpA)
Ckerroltt Impala Super Sport CoHrertlble, Chery 11 Nom 100 Super "FIRST SPACE SHIP ON VENUS" _.! I fUlAm.mJIS.ALt:A'2'4S
i Sport CoHtertible. Center Soap Box Derby Racer built by AU-Ameriean boys. suspense thriller by i 8:40 P. M.


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program. Queens
I Bryant does not send out a

II A CAPITOL LETTERBy the newsletter.toward governor's Adams With office office one eye Evans discardedthe pointed said Be Chosen Mar. 30

Jerry MockTALLiAHASSEEThis idea because it would be ".at.I I r
celebration 2 Mia Kissimmee and St.
most full time and "the
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will end Saturday, March Cloud ages 15 through 20 -
I cost of preparing and mailing it
is a non- merits or stories by State Supt. :30, with a Beauty Pageant Dance must be a resident of greatetfOssnunee
is not in the governor's
political story about nonpolitical of Public Education Tom Bailey. budget.Bryant. at the St. Cloud Oommumry or St. Cloud have a
information sent out mainly to Sometimes (but not very often) House. There will be DO admission talent appear in bathing suit,
did have a weekly radio -
persons not interested in politics it does not "Ask the Governor"for charge. a. formal and never have been
around the state. One of the more nan-Poliueal program said At this time a Queen will fee married. 3 Mrs KJasfcmnee

The subject came up recently communications enterprises is the stations a brief which period.carried Evans the chosen from each of the fuitow and Mrs. SL Cloud age und r

when Tom Adams Secretary of television series "Government in program ing classes: L Junior Ptonetr 90 must be a resident of
paid duplicating costs.
State, started sending out his Action" which takes a look at Queen ages 6 through 12 greater Kissimmee or St. Cloud
Probably the most nonpolitical -
monthly news' letter adxnittdly the various agencies of the state I "Di- must be a resident of Osceota married, have a talent and weara
of all is the 1,000 or so
I ,non- >Qlitical in nature, to some government, shown on Education the County and wear street ckxfcea. : format 4 Osceola Pioneer
gest of Opinions" sent out by
10 to 12,000 persons mostly attorneys TV stations. office of Atty, -Gen. Richard Queen age 50 or over must
Some of the non-political a be a resident of Osceola County'
private employment agency programs
e Ervin.
operators, supervisors ol so far have been concern That accounts for most of the (Candy) Morris add wear a pioneer 1)ge'OS-

registration, members of the legislature ing the Securities Commission, non-political periodicals put out Died At Eustis tume.
and the press. the Department of Public Safety, Candidates may register at
at the cabinet leveL The offices
These are people who normallydo and the staff of Gov. Farris I of Green and State Treasurer .i Mr. Louie /c[.
business with the Secretaryof Bryant. ,Insurance Commissioner Edwin I | 62 former resident of KiMS of Commerce. Each sponsor

State, explains his office, At- The host is John Evans for- I,, mee, died in a Eustis Ho8 iIaI. is asked to pay a $2.00 registration I
Larson they put out no newS-
torneys file corporation charters, mer press aide to Bryant who letter. Other agencies put out 5 P.d Tuesday. fee which will include a corsage. -
etc. still keeps his finger in the pot Until his retirement he was All Kissimmee and Osceola ,
information much
non-political ,
A non-political Florida Market in an office just below the one of it within the agencies them- with the Lake Region Packing,. County entrants are anted to t b1 I Iat

,,I Bulletin goes out twice monthlyto he had under Bryant. Evans has selves. Some other agencies suchas I ";- Association at Tavares. the St. Cloud Community.

some 20,000 farmers in the joined a private corporation and the Development Commission, "' ,;,..tA :1 He is survived by his wile: House March 29th -at 7 fun. fur i

state. It contains a non-political is working on Cold War Edu put out considerable nonpolitical Hattie llirtzell Moms, BassviUe. preliminary contests. They should

column by Commissioner of Agriculture cation. information .to such the Park, Fla.; his mother Mrs. wear the same costumes they will

Doyle Conner. This column . tourist industry. as ;.r, ...s I Ada Moms Miami; Brothers wear in the finals on March 30th

4 also is sent to weekly news- ONE OF TIlE Government in Ii: : .. .Y3' Gary S. of Brooking. Oregon and

papers.! The non-political Farm Action series told about Bryant'sfirst '' ..- '.'IA .-. ._ ': : Vernon M. Morris LaJ oview, Mid-County Club
Market Bulletin contains mostly two years in office and Included Oregon. Sisters Mrs. Delia Alt-
MortgageRecordings Florida Arts Festival Is the theme of the state's new spring tourist campaign: aimed
agricultural information.. two Capitol news reporters for April 15. Jane 20. This striking photograph will be the main art piece<< to t>e tied in J man Hiateab. Fla.. and Mrs. Held i Meeting
* as questioners. This gave the advertising throughout this country and Canada. Florida's known 1)Ie-asures-lts l beaches and Nan Poston Miami Fla.

TIlE DEPARTMENT OF Edu- program a particular nonpolitical natural appeal-are combined in a salute to the state's many cultural actititie A baller- Funeral services were held in I IIi The topic for the March meo'-

cation's non-political Florida aura. ina postures on a beach as DeSoto plant the flag of Spain an artist paints a Seminole the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral' ing of the Mid-County Homo

School Bulletin is sent out quarterly Evans points out Bryant will raises his arms to the sky and a symphony. orchestra leader conducts. Ii i Home, Kfeshnmee with Rev Demonstration Club was Flower

to some 14,400 persons, be seen in only four of the 23 Are Up I Ralph Hatch and Rev. John Arrangement.Plans .

mostly teachers. Government in Action programs.All Marilyn Wynn5th 'I I Magness officiating. Interment were made' for a bake

The Florida School Bulletin of- cabinet members except State I Florida mortgage recordings Elementary School News l Grade i I was- in Rose lull Cemetery un- sale in the near future.
:Mrs. Dollar
Ray Green and
ten contains non-political state- Comptroller
for home purchases last year Suzie I der the direction of the Riedel Refreshments were providedand
Bartley -
Bradbury Funeral Home I served by Mrs. Di Virgil
turned upward for the first tune By Peggy. Mariella Bass I

Kissimmee Furniture Store I since 1959, the Florida State in The Honor Roll for the fourth Blow wind blow Sandra Bowden "
Chamber of Commerce stated I

23 Broadway its Weekly Business Reviewre fifth and by sixth Principal grades was Louis announced Across Over the the fields sea Brenda Ida Cenname Bardley The. Red Cross: 'Always There . With YGVftCourfity Kelp'

leased: yesterday.. Feuerstein. The following studentsare Oh, how good the wind Claudia Crawn .
Telephone 8474411A "Total recordings involved to be congratulated for their Feels to me. '**'* Carolyn Gray 'tTtERc'
192,711 51,608.-
purchases scholastic achievement; By Donna Wyant Ivonne Lee ti
complete free interior decorating service plannedto 771,000. The dollar volume was Fourth Grade-Martha Fletcher,I II Blow wind blow Kathy Sines 01i.
up 5 percent and the number of I } Blow wind blow
Johnston Rebecca Wilkie
Sheila McCall Joe ,
suit your pocketbook. Featuring.Name Brand recordings up one per cent over
1961. Even so, 1959 with 218,763mortgages ; I Randy Harvey, John :Miller, Jan-I Blow over the sea Mrs. Kimberly .

Furniture, Bedding, Accessories, Carpets, Accent recorded worth $1- ice Schunk, Peggy Thomas, Con-, Blow wind blow Jeanne Cazie'rPatti -1,
nie Irving, Freda Rowe, Gary I Blow back to me. Green
Rugs, Lamps and Draperies. 759,896,000, still remains the peak Kelley. and Danny Walker. I By Carol Rooney Debbie Guffie
year in home financing activityin Blow wind blow _.
Fifth Grade-Iva Kay Milar, Ellen Huntsinger
I (Evening Appointments)) the state," the trade body Timothy Racicot Mike Ward. Don't go so slow Bonnie Lantz .T 1

e. ____________ .__ __ __ __ jointed out. Patricia Croft Patty Benson, Blow all you wantDon't :Mr. dark
1982 I
"The national gain 1961 to
Debbie Northrop James Yates,I stop. Donna Davis
was 10 per cent in value of these Robert Bass,i By Yvonne Alewine 4
Hartley, Danny Patti Dunlap
Included in these figures L.1
4 Wayne Bovis, Sue Elliott Suzanne Blow wind blow Fullerton
Joyce _
4i i We Have Moved! are mortgages to of the$20,000 Home or Fletcher, Penny Goodrich Paula Blow wind blow Dianne Keith y
less (as reported
See .
the winds
Shore, Georgette Baker. as they go!
Tanya Perry
Loan Bank Board) and are secured
Sixth Grade-Harold Olds, Lin- We will sing and play Robert Pipkin r
almost entirely by residential -
da Caldwell Bill Early, Patty During the windy day. Ricky Pless
W. H. MORSE CORP.New properties although some Mrs. Louise Elliott's level three
small business properties are in-I Fort, Sherry Irving, Jimmy Muller Judy Wood M+
j Larry Stanley, Nancy Stark group are studying birds. The 6th Grade !leJ
cluded. I J Daryl Williams Crisy Muller,I children are observing birds and
and Loan Associa- :Mrs. Dunlap
Location 323 t David Dyer Lisa Yearwood. Barbara trying to identify them. They 1c
BroadwayNew tions were the original lendersof Polly Stainback
Viehman Sharon Schmidt, learn about a different bird every
Phone No. 847-3133 5724,765,000 for home purchasein I Roberta Rankins, Karen Beckett,I day. Reading art, numbers, and Kathy Carter .

the state last year, up 14 per,"Cindy HerZberg, Debby Cody science are centered around this Kathy Taylor .
Across from A & P cent over 1961. Commercial Sue Bateman
Diagonally unit on birds.
I Nina Wells Laura Messamore,
I banks handled $142,761,000.() up 21 Sara Jane Langford Judy Wil' Jessica Scholl from St. Cloud Rex WalkerMr.
.per cent and individuals loaned liams. II enrolled in this class. Kenny : KImberly ? '- ;jI i;;

INSURANCEREALESTATEPROFESSIONAL lS276.540.000. ;virtually the same The monthly FIUV meeting, post- Reeves. has moved to Arab' "Ala, VincentJBron, i t( ,_ '
f 1 as in 1961. The balance of the Congratulations to first John Guelde ; ,
poned from last week, meets year !
APPRAISALS I mortgage money was loaned by Thursday. March 21. in the library students Gina Croft, Charles Miller David Walker i ( lurrit Jtntas. Jr., and Th. Hew York JOURNAL-AMERICAH)
i insurance companies and government : at Central Building. and Jody Capps who won Wanda Bradley

I agencies, both of which fell Danny Rogers told Miss- JunieGooly's ribbons at the Rodeo Art Exhibitfor Marsha Eide Our Red Cross is badly in need of funds. It always .
I below their 1961 totals. their finger De Ann James
level .two.and three painting pictures.Mrs. :
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--- "Six counties in the state are group that a rat snake nearlyran Jean Donahue, level eight Rhonda Kelley responds when we need help* so we urge

PRESTIGE 'r reported separately and accounted -. across his brother's foot and nine teacher is confined to Linda Lawrence you to give generously. Your help will be
together for 58 cent of
per while he was picking flowers. her home with pneumonia. We Dava Lurie
last state total. Dade hada greatly appreciated as our goal is $5,000.
HOMES ; Randy Roberts said "Well they wish her a speedy recovery. Susan Me Knight
III volume of $447,750,000 up one Linda O'Neal
hardly hurt you. They just half
BUILT per cent; Duval $117,112,300, up kill you." f HIGHLANDS ELEMENTARY BarbaraVhitewolf H. T. SIMMONS

FOR YOU 7 per cent and Pinellas $116,246400 ,-1 Also in this same room, Scott SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Marsha Wynn I COUNTY CHAIRMAN

i up 2 per cent Broward, Orta was in the hospital with flu 4th Grade Winnie Woods

By .__-._ __- County came to $147,537,100; Or- and Frank Jersey and David Mrs. Hanseli
ange 2,119,400 and Volusia $38.-1 Long had chicken pox. Steve Miller

185,500! in 1962 but comparable In Mrs. Pat B. Redgrave's level Mrs.: Bateman

George L ReynoldsFor figures; for other years were not five room these children have Karl Ritter

collected" on these three coun- chicken pox; Debbie Urick, Stev- Kathy Amngton ,

Further Information Call 847-2856 or 847-2266 ties. ,en Jacobs, Bobby Higley, David Lou Ann Miller .;,

Carroll, Johnny Campbell, Kim Brenda Rye
Reasner. Denny Lanier has the Janice Shenosky
mumps. The class wrote poems Peggy ThackerMr.

i Thinking of Dining Out? Washington 9, D.C. about the wind. : Crabtree
March 9, 1963 By Loretta Duncan Yvonne Badders
To The EditorKissimmee Blow wind blow Renee Bronson

Check These Advantages Gazette Go wind go Alice Ferguson
Kissimmee Florida Stop wind !
Ordering for Fast Service Martha OakesL
Dear Sir By Gary Stephens Leah Sturtevant / /
Broasted Chicken or Shrimp I have just been reading the :
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For the Best in Eating letter written by Russell Ed- .
11 Covered Parking Area for wards on the subject of renaming AGRICULTURALFINANCING
the streets and renumbering
Year 'Round Comfort houses in Kissimmee.Let .
1 I
Convenient Carry-Out on All Menu Items me say I too am a tax

CAN payer and a lover of Kissimmee.I .
agree with all of Russell's
"Come as you are, dine in jour car...* points; let us keep Kissimmee's

streets with its old familiar .

Walt's Freez-e te Drive-In names. including I

Furthermore, some people can GROVES -
j Highway 17-92 South at the Overpass always think up ideas to spend ;

money uselessly and this proposed 1, RANCHES
'I Phone 817-4812 for Carry Out -e"
change is one of them.

- -- Whenever I retire I expect to
come back to Kissimmee to live "

and -I want to come back to the curtentiaterest.- .
city I've known all these years rate

I I (since 1921) and not to some <

;strange place which would be '.., -' ,sJy'f
I the case if the proposed changes 52%. ;
> .
:< '
a were made. : .: ". - .

fl4 FORCOOKING Thank you. I just want you-all : "" r ?.. .- .'
to know how I feeL .
--. simple interest -
Yours truly. : i 4OUR M
: ' Evelyn K. Stewart

.HORMAL.r SLOW SPEt01..n..l I..Jr
1 . says the modern boule- BUY FROM THE y / 4.lK.t. fabric. W..fc ".4 "*.*..
wife who prefers gas for coeking GAZETTE ADVERTISERS THIRTIETH YEAR (..".1. q"s.o.d.

because- It 11 faster . REGULAR e*4 SHOtT WASH CYClilc
more flexible with fingertip .mki..with. ....4 ......... !., any
control . cleaner . and I I these counties I ,ic. Sp.. .*.,. e-4 I...I, t... .......4
serving :
more economical! Whether GREEN'S FUEL f.y.ytl. "!"tie..

you desire a full porcelain: Lake- Orange Volusia -- 1111.4t0" !MODE FILTER.FLO* SYSTEM ....... r.......
automatic gas range or the Sales and Service wish ..tcr, .4inMM-tif lh*. *.*4,. t..p
new built-in gas range units t Seminole Osceola MUM.O .
your Grttn's Fuel Gas dealer '
has wide Brevard COMPARE IKS 12-LI. CAPACITY fekt Urt foMl,
a assortment of models PHONE M7-417J M7417IKKSIMMEZ
: NEW ...fc ,., .
w M i4.
1 to choose from. Be will GENERAL
assist you to live In modern ELECTRIC II
comfort and eoBTtnlence.GREEN'S For Go Ihlit>ery:Phone CLOTHES
Harold WtgG 8472058R LOAD'
I $
Kenneth KUdso OTHEt '1"I.: : I.-.

FUEL _( For 892-7695 Go Service(St. Cloud: Phone CREDITASSOCIATION MODELS f.. .... 1f-ltt ..,:. 199

J. ft. Rouft..... 847-4062 With
I, Emory Bronson 847-4570
I Leo Girourd 8<&7.2061I. J. P. Payne General Manager
PARKS FURNITURE H. Hall 872-1212 St. Cloud .
) CO.
or cod H. T. Simmons.Mgr. PARKS FURNITURE CO.

"See Us For Your Uas App ances"' I : 847-4819 1916 North Orange Avenue

I Robert O'ftwry 8<&73219I
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD li I R. W.1.assiter 847-3442 Orlando. Florida KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

r 847-4171 892-20JJL I I I John Evans. St.Cloud 892-3482- Phone GArden 2-5800 847-4171 ,. _< 892-2011


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writing and must state the placeof I (CT CT SEAL) MARJORIE HONETOR I
Hold TO SPEAK Creek I The Klssinnree Gazette Klssfcnnaee Fla. HHUTS.
Nazarenes Shingle residence of the claimant and s/ GLENN RAY Marjorie Honetor. Ancillary Marcfe a, 1J03'
must be sworn to by the claimant.his Clerk Circuit Court Administratrix CiA
RevivalThe f--- Conducts MissionA I agent or attorney, or the same Osceola County. Florida of the Estate of 1. page 377. Public Records off shown and delineated on the Plat.
Spring will become void according to law. I March 7. 14. 21. 1963 Olive V. Maxson. County. Florida of Intercession City. Section -A. '
This the 18th day of March. 1963. I deceased. including OaeeoU County Florida. M filed
S : fine interest was manifestedin ROBERT E. KENT f Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Heater, oven and range. I and recorded In the office of the
Reverend Charles D. Ide the "New Life'* mission Robert E. Kent. Executor IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Attorney for Ancillary You are required to file your Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os-
of Grand Rapids, Michigan will cam- of the Estate of T. W. I NINTH" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Administratrix CTA answer with the Clerk of the Circuit ceola County. Florida. in Plat Book
paign over last weekend and the I Kent. also known as FLORIDA.OScEoj. COUNTY. Box 492Kissimmee. Court and serve a copy thereof 1. Pfe 169. particularly describedas
be the evangelist for the -
Spring of Rev. Thomas W. Kent deceased. I FLORIDA.LAW Florida upon Plaintiffs attorneys whose as follows, to-wtt:
revival at the Church of the Na- messages Eugene Fleury I, Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. NO. March 7. 14. 21. 23. 1963. name and address is I* Pharr Ab- that portion of Caloosa Avenue
were much enjoyed and most Attorney for ExecutorP. ner of Turnbull and Abner. Suite abutting and adjoining Lots
zarene here starting on Thurs- helpful. O. Box 492 STATE OF FLORIDA NOTICE TO CREDITORS 490. New England Building. Post 1. 15 16. 17 and 18 and abutting

day evening, March 21st, and will Kissimmee. Florida I vs. IB the Court ef the Conty Judge Office Box 217. Winter Park. Florida an unnamed 10-foot alley In Block
continue through Sunday evening Rev. O. D. Whittington of the March 21. 28. April 4., 1L 1963. i STUDEBAKER ONE TON .BBtr, Flerida not later than the 15th day of 15. of Interocean City Section
I ESTATE OR ) 1963. as required by "A. Osceola County. Florida as
First Methodist Church
March 31st of Kiss- SERIAL No. R15-11291 law else a Decree Pro Confessowill
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO WALLACE ALTON CLIFFORD ) filed and recorded .In the office
The Reverend and Mrs. James immee Mr. Wade of the St. APPLY FOR SPECIAL OB LOCAL l IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE Deceased. ) be entered against you. of the Cork of the Circuit Court
LEGISLATION To all Creditors. Legatees. Dis tt .e.oIa County. Florida. In
Green will be the song evange- Cloud Methodist Church and Mr. NOTICE Is hereby given that application PROPERTY: 1950 STUDEBAKER tributees and all Persons having hereunto set my hand and affixed PIM Book 1. 169. and lying

lists for the meeting. There will Curtis Heath of the Shingle will be. made to the Legislature ONE TON VAN TRUCK. Claims or Demands against said my official seal at Kissimmee. Osee- between the par Dixie Hlgh, a>'
SERIAL No. ola
R15-11291 County. Florida this 8th day of
of this State of Florida at Estate: and Myakka Avenue.
be children's rallies on Saturdaysat Creek Church made great contri- Its 1963 Session for passage of the THE STATE OF FLORIDA' TO: You and each of you are hereby March. ik1N963RA I BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS

10 a.m. and childrens meetings butions with their music leader- following local or special act: GENERAL HAROLD JOHNSON notified and required to present any y .,
you. or of you.
and solo
ship work
every evening at 7 p.m. as did others TRAL AND SOUTHERN FLO- KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA may have against the estate of FLORIDA

Reverend Ide has held pastor- who rendered special num- RIDA FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT AND TO ALL WALLACE: ALTON CLIFFORD deceased OSCEOLA COUNTY. I(SEAL)
j late of Osceola County. i By HARRIS G. DANIEL
ates in Indiana, Wisconsin, Michi- bers. Amending Section: 3 of Chapter AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. Florida to the County Judge of (Circuit Court Seal) Chairman

gan and Florida and has servedas The campaign will continue 25270. Laws of Florida. 1949. to TEREST HAVING IN OR OR CLAIMING LIEN IN OR AN LIEN IN- said County at his office in the By:Deputy/Ellanore ClerkI. O. J.vt.fS March 14. 21. 196S

Executive field ; with a service at 7:30 change the taxing procedure ol ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED Court House at Kissimmee. Florida Pharr Abner of
Director Wednesday
of on the District commencing with the within six calendar months IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH
one of the church colleges for night and again on Fridayat )ear 1964. by using the Railroad YOU. AND: EACH OF YOU. are from the date of the first publication -, Suite Turnbull 490 and Abner ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
Assessment Board determination I I of this Notice. claim I FLORIDA.
four 7:30 when hereby notifed that des-
the above New
years. -- Sunday School the level of demand England Building
assessment in each must be In writing and IN CHANCERY NO. MK
His meetings have been most Rev. Charles D. Ide Family Night will be observed. county as the basis for arriving at cribed under and property by virtue has been of Chapter seized. must state the place of residenceof Post Winter Office Park.Box Florida 217 TRACKERS INSURANCE AND >
the assumed true value of the the claimant and must be ASSOCIATION OF )
successful with children and youthas A worthwhile gift will be 562. Florida Statutes as amended. Attorneys for Plaintiff I
presented property subject to District taxesIn to by the claimant his agent or AMERICA a corporation: or- )
and Is now the possession of the March 28. 4. 1963.
14. 21.
well as Revivals among to the largest family and each county and alloting each Board of County Commissioners of attorney. or the same will become April anted and existing under the )
SONG LEADERS countys' share of the district void. to law. laws IPhalatift.
the adults. tax according of the State of New York.
the next largest, present at this on that basis; I this County and you. and each of This the 7th day of March. 1963. IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE )

The pastor and people extenda service. Rev. Fleury will bringa Provided however the tax monIes you.that a are petition.hereby under further said Chapter.notified /sJess Wilder Thacker I: 'NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. \'$. )
raised in the district shall not, Executrix of the Estate of IN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. 'ROBERT RAY FAULKNER >
warm welcome to all peoplefor has been filed in the Circuit Courtof
special message. I FIX>RIDA. LAW NO. 2667.
exceed that amount which would WALLACE ALTON CLIFFORD. and GLORIA JEAN FAULK-
I the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and ,
these special services and especially Saturday night: will be a great be raised by levy of one mill on' foi Osceola County. Florida. seekIng deceased. I I STATE vs. OF FLORIDA NCR. his wife )
the dollar of actual assessed value THACKER AND THACKER Defendants. )
invite unchurched fami- the forfeiture of the said I
rally service with the property :1953 CHRYSLER SEDAN.
sermon as determined by the several coun- Box 527 Kissimmee. Fla. NOTICE OF SUIT
lies to attend or send their children subject ty tax assessors of all property and you are hereby directed Attorneys for Executrix ] ID No. 7767312. TOROBERT RAY FAULKNER
"Christianity is Nar- ,
a and required to file claim. If
to the special children's 1 lying within the District and sub- your March 14. 21, 28. April 4. 1963 IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE and GLORIA JEAN FAULKNER
any you have. and show cause. on FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY -
row Way" by the Rev. Fleury. ject to county taxes; providing Ida wife
meetings and rallies. :Anyone that district tax monies be or before the 29th day of March. ADOPTION- | : and all other parties
The mission will come to a : may I 1963. if not personally served with NOTICE OF 1953 CHRYSLER 4-door SEDAN and to any
expended for recreational purposes. RESOLUTION CLOSING PORTIONOF cialmla right title and. or
needing transportation to and any
herein. and within twenty ; ID No. 7767512.
close with two great services on This notice has been ordered pub- process UNNAMED PLATTED ROAD ; Interest In and to the following described -
from the (20) days from personal service If THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
meetings call
please lished the Board of,I
by Governing NOTICE IS property to wit:
: a.m. and 6:30: t personally served with processherein G. W. SANDERS
Central and Southern Florida Flood' KISSIMMEE HIGHLANDS -
847-2385. why the said property pursuant to Section 336.10 Florida GENERAL DELIVERY .. Lot 18.
Control District In the following Statutes of 1955 that the Board of REPLAT. according to
p.m.Mrs. should not be forfeited pursuant to I SEBRING. FLORIDA I
Fleury's wonderfully told newspapers; said Chapter. Should you fail to County Commissioners. Osceola AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS the plat thereof as recorded In
Titusville S r-Advocate. Ft. 310. Public
County. Florida. on the 11 day of II, Plat Book 1. Page
file claim herein directed. judgment OWNING.
stories have been a great addition Lauderdale Dally News. Miami Records of Osceola: County. Florida. -
Social Security will be entered herein againstyou March A. D. 1963. adopted a resolution HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- I
to the campaign.Mr. Herald Glades County Democrat. In due course. Persons not per- closing vacating and abandoning -. TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE I .
Hendry County News. Sebring specifically. but not byway
Official To Be HereA I Wade and Mr. Heath will News. Vero Beach Press Ft. Myers sonally obtain a served copy of with the process petition may for of unnamed the following platted described road in portion Os- ABOVE YOU. AND DESCRIBED EACH OF PROPERTY YOU. are: I I Including of limitation. the following fixtures i

again be in charge of the music News Press. Indlantown Press. Key forfeiture filed herein from the undersigned ceola County. Florida. viz: hereby notified that the above described I and equipment:
West Citizen. Okeechobee News. Surface unit and oven; heater;
i That portion of the unnamed I
representative of the Social Clerk of Court. property has been seized.
this weekend. Orlando Kissimmee Installed.
Mrs. Helen Sentinel-Star
Loin- platted road I permanently
WITNESS my hand and the seal lying to the West under and by virtue of Chapter 562. .
Security Administration District! bardy will be the soloist on Sun- Gazette. Palm Beach Post. Polk of the above styled Court at Kis of the West half of Lots 109 and Florida Statutes as amended and YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
Democrat. Sanford Herald.Ft. ] TEACHERS INSURANCE :
County Osceola Florida. 116. and to the East of Lots 108 of the I i that the Plaintiff.
Orlando the simmee. County. is now In the possession
Office in will be at day nightEsther Pierce News Tribune, DeLand and 117. In Section 11. of ]' AND ANNUITY ASSOCIATION -
this 4th day of March. 1963. Township 1 Board of County Commissioners
Sun News. one time at least 30 26 OF AMERICA. a corporation -
House in Kissimmee South. Range 30 I
Community accord- of I
(CT CT. SEAL) I this County and you. and each
days before the introduction of Ing to the Plat of the I organized and existing underthe
on Monday, April 1 and Monday, Circle Met the proposed law In the legisla- GLENN Clerk Circuit RAY Court Land and Investment Company's Seminole i 1 you. are hereby under further said notified laws of the State of New York.
that petition.
a Chapter.
April 15, 1963 between the hoursof ture.CENTRAL SOUTHERN Osceola County. Florida (inc.) Subdivision of said SectionS has been filed In the Circuit Court has Instituted suit against you Judicial In
AND the Ninth
Court of -
9:00 and noon. Monday AfternoonMrs. FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL March 7. 14. 21. 1963. J recorded of the among office the of public the Clerk records 1 of the Ninth Judicial Circuit seek-and the Circuit Circuit. In and for Osceola
Osceola County.
DISTRICT. BY ITS GOV- Florida. the nature of the
of the Circuit County.
Rev.James Green John Summers conductedthe ERNING BOARD.By IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE County. Florida.Court of Osceola 4. Ing the forfeiture of the said property suit Is to foreclose that certain
This service is made availableto Riley S. Miles. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN and! renouncing and and you are hereby directed mortgage which encumbers the
meeting of the Esther Circleof disclaiming file claim if
AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. any and required to your
those who wish to apply for Selective Service the First United Presbyterian ROBERT Chairman GRAFTON FLORIDA.LAW right in and of to the the County land so and delineated the public I I any you nave. and show cause.1963.on above erty being described situated property.and located said prop In
: Old-Age and Survivors Insurance ATTORNEY NO. such Portions as \or before the 5th day April. Osceola County. Florida You and
Church when said unnamed
Monday they served with
on 'II not personally pro-
Central and Southern Florida platted each of are hereby required to
benefits Social road. you
Security account Tests Available STATE OF FLORIDA : cess herein and within twenty days
met in the educational buildingof Flood Control District BOARD OF COUNTY file your Answer with the Clerk of
numbers, or obtain Information 901 Evernia Street \5. from personal service If personally the Circuit Court. in and for Osceola -
for the Selective the church. Fourteen mem- 1948 FORD COMMISSIONERS served with herein why
about Applications West Palm Beach Florida TRUCK. process I County. florida. and serve a
Sodal Security Pro- ENGINE COUNTY. said should not be for-
No. 87HC-142369. the property
1963 Ward.
Service College Qualification Testto bers were present. March 21. FLORIDABy copy thereof upon Harold A.
IN RE FORFEITURE : felted pursuant to said chapter.
gram. : OF THE ; Wlnderweedle
firm of
Mrs. Lester Geisler the */ Harris G. Daniels I fall to file claim as I III. of
be given on April 18 are now gave NOTICE: TO DEFEND FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Chairman Should you will be! Haines Ward. 334 Park Avenue.
the devotions and Dr. Olive Fish PROPERTY: 1948 FORD ONE- herein directed. Judgment Winter Park. Florida. Attorneys
available to college students at IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (County Commissioner's Seal) In due course. South.
HALF TON PICKUP TRUCK. entered against you
the Selective Service local boards led the study lesson. NINTH AND FOR JUDICIAL COUNTY OF CIRCUIT OSCEOLA.IN ENGINE No. 87HC-142369. March 14. 21. 28. April 4. 1963, j 1 i i Persons not personally served with I action on for or Plaintiff before the In the 15th ntxc)
of the
FENCE POSTS, POLES, ETC. throughout Florida, Col. HaroldC. Hostesses were Mrs. Sam STATE OF FLORIDA. IN CHAN- THE JAMES STATE C. BROWN OF FLORIDA TO: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE process petition may for forfeiture obtain a copy filed herein of April. 1963. else a Decree Vro

Pressure Creototed to last a Wall State Director of Selective Prather and Mrs. Harry John- CERY. LEONARD WILLIAMS.' 103 BONITA NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN i from the undersigned Clerk of I| Confeno will be entered against
Lifetime. | Service for Florida, announced ston. Defendant. NOTICE TO DEFEND.The KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA FLORIDA. Court.WITNESS hand and the seal you.IT IS ORDERED that this be
State of Florida to ALMA IN CHANCERY my I' published In The Klestmmee Gazette -
SOUTHEKN WOOD rtESOYMe COMPANY today. JAMES J. HURST NO. 6457 of the above styled Court at KIs- pttbltahed In CKco-
WILLIAMS. You are hereby notified PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK a newspaper
) Florida.
studies at that But those'hoping 103 BONITA slmmee. Osceola County. ,
The test will be at age. Florida. once each "'setkfor
IA10WM fU. 264-4151 given more that a suit in equity for divorce KI .<5IMMEE. FLORIDA OF CEDARHURST. a United ) this 11th day of March. 1963. I II ola County.
than 500 colleges in all 50 states, to continue studies in has been brought against you States corporation. ) (CT. CT. SEAL) four consecutive: weeks.of the Clerkof
school for will by LEONARD WILLIAMS In the AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS Plaintiff. ) I I' WITNESS the hand
-.-- Puerto Rico, and the Canal Zone.In graduate example, Circuit Court of the Ninth Judi- \'s SGLENN RAY the Circuit Court. Osceola Coun-
Florida, the test will be offer- need a deferment to do so. It is cial Circuit in and for County of HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- A. NEAL ALFORD and NANCY ) i Osceola County. Florida ty. Florida. this the Mh day ofarch.

Call. ed at the following schools; Uni- impossible to foresee emergencieswhich I lire Osceola.herebY State summoned.of Florida.ordered and you and TEREST ON THE IN OR ABOVE LIEN IN DESCRIBED OR LIEN T.OLD ALFORD.FARMER his and wife.ANNA B. HAR L. )) I I March 14. 21., 28. 1963. : (CIRCUIT. IMS.COURT SEAL)

Parks Furniture Co. versity at Miami, Coral Gables; require a build up of military I required 'to file your written answer PROPERTY FARMER. his wife. and CASH ) NOTICE OF ADOPTION I /GLENN RAY
I defenses to the Complaint BROTHERS. INC., a Florida ) OF RESOLUTION I Clerk of the Circuit Court
Stetson University DeLand University forces. Such a build up or YOU. AND EACH OF YOU. are Ward
; flied herein against you in the hereby notifed that the above described corporation. ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. I WI8d< For Prompt Repair of Your of Florida, Gainesville; could lower the age at which above entitled cause. in the officeof property has been seized. Defendants. ) That on the 11th day of March ; :2M Park Avenue. South

REFRIGERATOR Jacksonville University Jackson- local boards reach men for induction the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin under and by virtue of Chapter MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE 1963. the Board of County Commissioners -. Winter Park. Florida .
and for Osceola County. Florida 562. Florida Statutes as amended NOTICE OF SUIT of Osceola County. Florida. I I March 14. 21. 28. April 4. 1963i
Phone 847-4171 ville; Florida Southern College, In such an event, a deferment at his office In the Court House In and Is now in the possession of the TO: B. HAROLD FARMER and adopted a Resolution vacating. '

Lakeland Palm Beach Junior might be necessary to Kissimmee. Florida. on or before Board of County Commissioners of ANNA L. FARMER abandoning and discontinuing as a i NOTICE
; the 8th day of April A.D. 1963. this County. and you. and each of whose address Is public road. and forever renouncingand i I will not be responsible for debts
I College, Lake Worth; Pensacola finish undergraduate work"In and to serve a copy of such answeror you. are hereby further notified 1209 McRee Drive disclaiming any right of the {incurred by anyone other than my

Christian Science Junior College, Pensacola St.! either case, the State Di- defenses upon Thacker and that a petition. under said Chapter Valdosta. Georgia County of Osceola. State of Florida. self.
; Thacker. Plaintiffs! attorneys herein has been filed in the Circuit Courtof You are hereby directed to take and the public in and to the fol- Jim Kllllp
I Petersburg Junior College. St. rector pointed out, a test score whose address is Box 527. Kis- I the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and notice that a suit has been filed 1 lowing described portion of roadMEN i March 14-21-28

Society '' Petersburg; Florida State University in the file will give the local simmee. Florida on or before said foi Osceola County. Florida. seeking against you In the above Court.
Each W.dn.sday p. m. 'I' board additional of important date as required by law. If you the forfeiture of the said property : The nature of the suit or proceed
309 N. Tallahassee; University of an piece fall to do so. a Decree Pro Con- and you are hereby directedand log Is a Complaint for foreclosure
) Randolph Tampa Tampa and Rollins College information' to use in determining fpsso will be entered against you required to file your claim. It of a mortgage. The name of the l
S..If.,"Senk.... . . 1.1 L"- ; whether a registrant is for the relief demanded In thc any you have. and show cause. on Court in which said suit or pro 21 TO> 50 WANTED
Winter Park. Complaint.WITNESS. or before the 29th day of March. ceeding. Is pending is the Circuit .' NOW FOR SPEC 3AUZED: TRAffffNG
Suadsy Sckoel 'JO .
studeat dafeiment. hand as Clerk of Court of the Ninth Judicial
for Circuit.
College students obtain full eligible a my 1963. If not personally served withproeess
Court of Osceola County In and for Osceola County. Florida.
said Circuit herein and within twenty MEAT PACKII NG INDUSTRY
I information about the test from Florida. aud the seal of said (20) days from personal service If In Chancery No. 6457. The title ol :
board. Court at Kissimmee Osceola Coun- served with process the suit Is PENINSULA NATIONAL . LIVESTOCK BUYERS 'Cmttto M Lunb
any Selective Service local personally : 3gf. Veal ; PLANT FOREMAN
Insure Your future la a Scores made on the test will March. A.D.. 1963. should not be forfeited pursuant to I United States corporation versus A. BUYER: PROVISIONS DEPT (I i ef. Perk Veel. Lamb) SALES: Career
well-paylnr profeulcn provide local boards with evidence THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. Isl GLENN RAY said Chapter. Should you fall to NEAL ALFORD and NANCY T. Route. Hotel Institutional, Chain IS(tore Marketinr Other HJfber Payiacaome
Day Night CU."*.. OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLORIDA. CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT file claim as herein directed. judg ALFORD. his wife. B. HAROLD Positions; We prater men having liveetock backoowid,
V.A. Approved of aptitude for continued I COURT. OSCEOLA ment will be entered herein againstyou FARMER and ANNA L. FARMER. willing to work hard for advanoemifits. lilt, top security and lettranMt bea.-
Orlando Barber College undergraduate and graduatestudy. NO. COUNTY. FLORIDA In due course. Persons not per-! his wife and CASH BROTHERS. Writ* Name Age Address wiN by you feel you aboutd be eoeekiered.TE .
JN RE: ESTATE OF ,! (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) sonally served with process may INC.. a Florida corporation. The O W.
S3W S. Oranre Tr. The scores will not of GENEVIEVE M. STEVENS. Thacker and Thacker. obtain a copy of the petition for description of the real property and

GA W878 themselves determine eligibilityfor Deceased. Attorneys for PlaintiffKissimmee. forfeiture filed "herein from the undersigned equipment Invoked In said proceeding NATIONAL INSTIW'BOX
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Florida Clerk of Court. described in the Complaint Is PACKINGKISSfMM
deferment, but are considered MAKE APPLICATION FOR I March 7. 14. 21, 28. 1963 WITNESS my hand and the seal as follows: 931 ETHEDEPBDABlISBUIUeYDQDGE

with other information by the FINAL DISCHARGE of the above styled Court at Kis- Lot 5. FAIRLAWN MANOR
Boards in determining whether to OSCEOLA COUNTY. this 4th day of March 1963. thereof. as recorded In Plat Book .
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USED defer individual registrants for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FLORIDA.IN (CT. CT. SEAL) f
that Della Engle has filed her RE ESTATE OF -
: s/ GLENN RAY : -q:
FURNITURESeweilThurmond further study.Applications. final report as Executrix of the WILLIAM E. MAXSON. also Clerk Circuit Court -- -- h -

for the test must Estate of Genevieve M. Stevens. known as W. E. MAXSON. Osceola County.. Florida
deceased; that she has filed peti- deceased. March 7. 14. 21. 1963.
be postmarked no later than mid- tion for final discharge. and that :NOTICE OF INTENTION TO .

1015 W*.Church ORLANDO night, Thursday, March 28. she will apply to the Honorable ShAKE APPLICATION FOR IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S

The test used since 1951 to aid
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Osceola; County. Florida. on the ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- .

local boards in determining ques- 19th day of April. 1963. for approval CERN: IN RE: ESTATE OF
Flowers For All Occasions tions of student deferment is ad- of same and for final discharge NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN RUTH WELBAUM. Deceased.
as executrix of the estate That Frances M. Robinson has filed NOTICE TO CREDITORS
HUGH'SFLORIST ministered by the Science Re i-f Genevieve M. Stevens. deseased. her final report as ancillary ad- TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES.

ELLIE search Associates of Chicago, Ill. This 18th day of March. 1963. ministratrix CIA of the Estate ofWilliam DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER
To be eligible to take the test, Della Engle. Executrix of W. E. Maxson. deceased; that she AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
the Estate of Genevieve M. has filed Petition for Final Discharge -
me applicant must be satis'fac101"1 You and each of you are hereby
M7-4tl Stevens. deceased. and that she will apply to notified 3nd required to presentany
U ; pursuing a full-time college Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. the Honorable O. P. Johnson. Coun- claims which you. or either of I

_. _.._- .. course, undergraduate or graduate Attorney for ExecutrixP. ty Judge of Osceola County. Florida you. may have against the estateof I I
O. Box 492 on the 5th day of April. 1963. Ruth Welbaum. deceased late of '
'| leading to a degree. He need Kissimmee. Florida for approval of same and for final Ocrola County. Florida/ to the II
SAND ROCK | not be a student of a 4-year col- March 21. 28. April 4. 11. 1963. discharge as ancillary administratrix -: County Judge of said county at his
CTA of the estate of WilliamE. I I
MORTAR MIX office In the Courthouse at Kissim
I lege, .but his entire course of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. Maxson. also known asv.. E. mee. Florida within six calendar

STEEL & WIR MESH study must be satisfactory for OSCEOLA COUNTY. Maxson. deceased. months from the date of the first
FLORIDA.IN This 26th day ol February. A.D.
publication of this Notice. Each !
transfer of credits to a degree- KENT. I
i RE: ESTATE OF T. W. 1963. claim or demand must be In writIng -
granting Institution. also known as"THOMAS W. KENT. FRANCES M. ROBINSON and must state the place of I I
deceased. Ancillary Administratrix CTA residence of the claimant and must!'
I The applicant must be a Selective NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Df the Estate of William E. he sworn to by the claimant. his ,II

I Service registrant who in- ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. Mexson. also known as W. agent or attorney or the same will I I
DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- E. Maxson.' deceased. '
btrome"Old law.
according to
I. tends to seek deferment as a SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- W. Overstreet. Jr.
Murray This the 4th day of March. 196." .
I student. He can take the testonly MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Attorney for Ancillary CARL W. REIDEL WHAT DOES DODGE HAVE GOING FOR IT?

0.0F You and each of you are hereby Administratrix erA Executor of the n.tnte of
once. notified and required to present Box 492 Ruth Welbaum. deceased
"At the present time, Florida aty claims which you. or either of I Kisslmmce.!!' Florida Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.
KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX you. may have against the estate March 7. 14. 21, 28. 1963. Attorney for ExecutorP.
local boards reach for in-
of T. W. Kent. also known as
O. Box 492
duction at about age 22-23," Col. Thomas W. Kent. deceased. late of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I Kissimmee. Florida
Osceola County. Florida. within six 'I NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
Wall said. "Students generally March 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963.
Phone' 847-3524 calendar months from the date of AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.
: can finish their undergraduate the first publication of this notice. I
-- -- Each claim or demand_ must be in I FLORIDA.LAW. OSCEOLA COUNTY.
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I j \1>. WILLIAM A. LONG. Deceased.

I Eaal06983. That Eva Marie Young has filed
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO (her final report as executrix of thei I
I I ROBERT STROHMAN i Estate of William A. Long. deceac-I
I 642C NOGALES HIWAY i jed; that she has filed petition for '
I TUCSON." ARIZONA I final discharge. and that she will I'I'I
Dream plans come apply to the Honorable O. P. John-
\ I AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS son. County Judge of Osceola -

I AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. County. Florida. on the 5th day of
frw ill these HAVING OR CLAIMING AN INTEREST April. 1963. for approval of same

I IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN and for final discharge as execu- PEOPLE!
ON THE ABOVE DESCRIBED trix of the estate of William ALong .

PROPERTY: ;. deceased.
CEMERALffi ELECTRIC'. ___ YOU. AND EACH OF YOU. are This 4th day of March. 1963.
, hereby notifed that the above des- 5EVA MARIE YOUNG-
G-E eribed property has been seized. Executrix of the Estateof
:i sferFlrla virtue of Chapter William A. Long
I as amended. deceased.
BUILTINKITCHENS end Is now in the possession of the 'Murray W. Overstreet, Jr.
I.. -BuIIt-In Ranges Board of County Commissioners of Attorney for ExecutrixP.
.---: : this County and you. and each of O. Box 492Xlsslinmee.

,you.that a are petition.hereby under further said Chapter.notified .March 7. 1.*.Florida 21. 28. 1963. People are going for Dodge like never before. (Our sales are up 57%

@ I|'of has the been Ninth filed Judicial in the Circuit Circuit In Court and I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S over the same period last year.) So we asked 'em, "Why Doo ge?" THE lOW PRICE

i 1 Ing foi the Osceola forfeiture County.of the Florida.said prop'erty. seek-- COURT. OSCEOLA FLORIDAIN COUNTY The replies came easy.. Youthful good looks. Hot performance. And ....... _ _ _

aUd you are hereby directedI RE: ESTATE OF everyone favors e things that make these The
$ cars Dependables
I and required to file your claim. If OLIVE V. MAXSON. deceased. -infflQ

j' br I any before you have the 29th and show day of cause March.on NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO -especially the revolutionary s.year j50OOO-mile warranty. People IH h A DODGE .III. .

1963. If not personally served with I FINAL DISCHARGE are going for Dodge, because Dodge has so much going for people!
within twenty
; process heren. and TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON
(20) days from personal service If CERN: ..,I._ ........w.....,..........lit aw.d..t _ItD on ho k........b
personally served with process I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .....pen........a re......... rs......W,ow: ......s..pess.Soils.....asks.ou .
herein, why the said property That Marjorie Honetor has filed her c.inti:-.......b.-....._....... ..n;I--aa ae... ru.. p.. ....... CHRYSLER
should not be forfeited pursuant to I final report mm Ancillary Adminis 1 -re...>)>0_os_.Ows_ ......,..........---).--.......... DNI8IOII 0 _ _
I said Chapter. Should you fall to. tratrix CTA of the Estate of Olive -sos-.d... ........M. wee*ke)turn Mnkef .........Mmeto....,to ft.*Mit __AII -
file claim as herein directed. Judgment V. Maxson. deceased; that she has c.tIW: C.en.........
PARKS FURNITURE CO. will be entered herein against filed Petition for Final Dischargeand
you In due course. Persons not personally that she will apply to the Honorable !
served with process may O. P. Johnson. County Judgeof
I obtain a copy of the petition for Osceola County. Florida. on the RIEDEL MOTORS
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD forfeiture med herein from the ondersiroed 5th day of April. 1963. for approvalof
Clerk of Court. same and for final discharge as
WITNESS my hand and the seal ancillary administratrix CiA of the 21 EMMETT STREET KISSIMMEE
847-4171 892-2011 of the above styled Court at Kis estate of Olive V. Maxson. de .
simmer Osceola Count)". Florida. ceased. .

t!thlf: 4UT1_! day of March 1963. This 5th day of 34ar:),. 1963. SEE "EMPIRE". NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTING.

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

i FOR RENT- 2BR duplex apartment TEREST IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN NOTICE TO BIDDERS! Florida Intends to amend Its budget
NOTICENOTICE furnished. Utility'room REALTORAMA : ell Interested bidders that the 1. 1962. and ending June 30. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Board t
Interacted bidders that the
washer and dryer. Air condi You. and each tf you. are Board of County Commissioners of follows-: of Os-
of Commiaotoiwr
hereby notlfed that the above described Oseeola County. Florida, will re Increase In Anticipated County
cools will receivesealed
tioner. 319 Clyde Avenue. property has been seized. ceive sealed bids until 10:00 A.M.. Receipts from District County Florida .
will not be responsible under and by virtue of Chapter March 25. 1963. for the purchase of Taxes ?......:..._...... '_'_ $ 98.080.00Unappropriated bids until 10:00 A... International March
25. ISO for (1) nut
for bills other than those FOR RENT-2 BR Trailer. No 562. Florida Statutes as amended one (1) 1963 one-half ton pick-up Surplus 474.900.00 motor No. UDFMM914>! jetty
find Is in the of the Increase In 566.000.00
now possession truck. All bids should Include al- Total Budget$
occured by myself. Pets. Lots. for trailers. Rainbow Doard of County Commissioners of )owance for trade-in on one (U The above Increase In anticipated block hoed International altered to fit standard which

James A. Jones. Mobile Homes and Trailer r, this County and you. and each of 1960 GMC model pick-up truck iccelpts is intended to be appropriated may be on inspected at OeeeoU grader County
you. are hereby further notified which he as follows:
Inspected the Oseeola
may at Kisalm-
Park. Michigan Avenue. % mile under said Chapter. Road Department Barn at
that a petition. < County Road Department For the Acquisition of

off Vine Street past Bowling Trim and Attractive > Ia s has the been Ninth filed Judicial In the Circuit Circuit In Courto and Barn Specifications at Kissimmee obtained Florida. Lands and Other Purposes mee Immediately Park. Florida.following the time

ARTICLESF'OR Alley. '" for Oseeola County. Florida. seeking from Glenn Ray.may Clerk of the Capital Outlay -.. .__ S 566.000.00The above shown>> the proposals received and
will be puMtcly opened
C/B Home ..e .e R the forfeiture of the said property Board of County Commissioners. at Governing Board further intends
SALE FOR RENT: Apartments and N..e. and you are hereby directed: his office- In the Courthouse. Kis to amend the allocation- read.The the right
Counuty reserves
houses by week or month. Cot 2 BR plus Florida Room . Tiled and required to file your claim. If simmee. budgeted funds by Interfund transfer to reject any and all bids and towaive
FSTAwall any you have, and show cause on Immediately following the time to further Increase the amount .formalities..
ton's Apartments. North Orange kitchen, electric range . or before the 29th day of March. above shown the proposals received available for Land Acquisition and BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
Blossom Trail. 1S63. If not personally served with will be publicly opened and read. Other Purposes-Capital Outlay.
BABGAJN BABNc.'bs _, cedar lined closets . built-in process herein and within twenty The County reserves the right to That on the 5th day of April. OF OSCEOLA COUNTY.
le; Zippers *.; TeethBrmsae <(20)< days from personal service if reject any and all bids and to waive A.D.. 1963. at nine o'clock a.m. In
.* 7e; Ear Bobs Se; SliMS APARTMENTS FOR RENT: $9, shelves and cabinets in living room, I Irsonaily served with processh : formalities. the principal office of said Central FLORIDA
S7e; 8cks IH; FllUws 7M; week. Mrs. Paul reln, why the said property BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS and Southern Florida Flood Control (SEAL) DANIEL
Skirts SI; Pasta SI; Dresses! 81 per Florida room and kitchen . 2 utility rooms . should not be forfeited pursuant to District. 901 Evernla Street. By

91M; Bours S5<; 1\171.\ .. See; Davis, 114 Emmett Street. carport patio with fireplace. . fenced yard . near said Chapter. Should you fall to OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. West Palm Beach. Florida. hearing; 14. 21.ChIII..nM.rch 196S
Haakles 6e: Pintle 15e; Belts file claim as herein directed. Judg FLORIDA Mill be afforded to all owners persons
lie: Caps lie; Spreads SI.60; Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer school. ment will be entered herein against: (SEAL) or entities who are or may be
Hair Nets 4c; T-ShlrU lie; I you In due course. Persons not personally By s/ IS C. DANIEL subject to said District's taxes their NOTICY. TO Ai1 D VEN
Nearly Everybody Trades at Tke apartments with lake and shoffieboard. 1507 ERNEST STREET served with process may HAS aHorney or agents, to appear before NOTICE IS HgREBY. to
Bar sU Bar*. Ceme t* Slbert By week month or obtain a copy of the petition for March 14. 21. 1963 said Board and show their objections al! IDtM'Mted Mdd.. that the Board
Mills Warehoase. IB DiveBpert.ImiHedlately. For Sale $10,25O cash (or contract $1000 down, forfeiture filed herein from the undersigned to said amendments.This County Commlulonen of Osceot -
Fellew tae algal year. Capitol Motel St. Good Clerk of Court. IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE notice shall be published In ola County. Florida will recede
BARGAIN BARN. Hwy. 441. $75 mo, min.). Also for rent.FLORIDA WITNESS my hand and the seal NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN the eighteen counties of the Dir sealed bids until 10:00: AM. March
Ope Week Days Amd Kaadayn of the above styled Court at Kissimmee. AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. trct.; 25 1968. for repairs to tractor used
COLORED RENTALS Osceola: County. Florida FLORIDA. LAW No. 2666. Thls the 8th day of March. 1963. by KUslmme Mosquito Control l
this 4th day of March. 1963. STATE OF FLORIDA CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN District A list ol necessary' topsspeclncatlona
Brand new duplex-5 room (CT CT. SEAL vs. FLORIDA FLOOD CONTROL etc. may be obtained ;
PIANO BARGAINSReconditioned with modern -GLENN RAY 1956 CHEVROLET SEDAN DISTRICT BY ITS GOVERNING from Glenn Ray IherK of th
apartments con. Clerk Circuit Court MOTOR No. VB56B15423. BOARDBy Board of County Commtosloners. at
veniences. *6 mile south of St. Oseeola County. Florida IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE /s/ Riley S. Miles his office in the Co rthou e in KW"immediately -

and refinished reduced Cloud on 441 back of Johnson's REALTYCOUNSELORS March 7. 14. 21, 1S63.IN FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- Chairman al
-.----- ERTY: (SEAL) following t h e time'
to 95.00-513.85 down, Fruit Grove. $12.50 up CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1956 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN ATTESTs : above: shown the proposals rcel\-

$10.45 per month. Reclaimed wpeklv. Man on property .or NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN MOTOR No. VB56B154423THE / / G. E. Dail Jr. ed will be publicly opened and readThe
INC. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Secretary County reeervn the right to
Spinet reduced for quick sale. Call Orlando 8557701 FLORIDA. LAW No. 2665. NATHANIEL LEE Member of Board reject any and an bids and to

J40.75 delivers-only J18.05 per STATE OF FLORIDA ... Ft. Pierce. Florida Robert R. Homer.ViceChairman.. waive formalities.
month. Ellington Grand Mahogany 7952 FORD SEDAN. AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. J. Bruce Vining >
Kissimmee .
$695.00. Rentals $10.00 847-3156 847.3157 IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE IN OR LIEN ON THE W. R. Scott FLORIDA
month. Streep's. 641 North Or ERTY: YOU AND EACH OF YOU, are By HARRIS G. DANIEL
USE of Sham hereby notified that the above described THE
our Carpet Chairman
ange, Phone 424-2401. seized.
r B2SP102157.THE : property has. been GAZETTE ADVERTISERS :March 14. 21. 1963
pooer with purchase of Blue IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY under and by virtue of Chapter aw. = .a..
FOR SALE 1983 Lark by Stude- Lustre Shampoo. Parks Furniture FOR SALENew JUDGE. OSCEOLA FLORIDA.IN .COUNTY. COLEMAN COX. JR. : Florida Statutes as amended, and

baker, $179. Delivered In Or Company. 2 Bedroom CB Home RE: THE ESTATE OF ) LENOX STREET Is Board now of In County the possession Commissioners of the of Radio and SALES SZRVICE
ROUTE 7. BOX 483
lando. Payments as low as Bat7t-Ia Kitchen ORLANDO. FLORIDA this County and you. and each of
$39.95. Call Bert McGallard fora MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED Deceased. ) AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS you are hereD rider notified ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
>$8, 00 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that petition said Chapter
good new or used car. Collier WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo Small Down Payment : AND HAVING CORPORATIONS OR CLAIMING OWNING.AN INTEREST has been a filed In the Circuit Courtof T commit HOW FWWWWCS
Circuit in and
Auto Sales. 888 North Orange experience necessary grammar Ph.847-4876 Malcolm J. Stewart has filed his IN OR LIEN ON THE for the Osceola Ninth: County.Judicial Florida seek. FURNITURE CO.

Ave. Garden 58606. school education usually final report as Executor of the Es- ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY: ing the forfeiture of the said property PARKS
tate of Irene G. Stewart deceased; YOU
sufficient. Train now at home and you are hereby
notified that the above described -
FOR SALE IN IDORA PARK that he has filed petition for final and required to file your claim, if
FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac 8. Four for jobs with Security. For details discharge and that he will applyto property has been seized have and show cause on

door. 48,000 miles. Can be seen send name, address, Kissimmee's best location. 11 the Honorable O. P. Johnson. under Florida and Statutes by virtue of amended Chapter 562.and or any before you the 5th day of Ap :l. 1963.

at Ketrhum's Grocery. $220. phone no. to : National Train- lots, 2 houses orange grove. County Florida Judge on the of 29th Osceola day of Count March.. Is now In the possession as of the U not herein personally and within served twenty with days process MORRIS CLEANERSSpring

ing Service Box 931 Hssim- $19,500 cash. Approximately 1963 for approval of same and for Board of County Commissioners' of from personal service If personally
FOR SALE-1961 Lark by Stude- $150 a month income. This is final discharge as Executor of the this County and you. and each of served with process herein why
mee, Fla. Estate of Irene G. Stewart de you are hereby further notified
should not be for.
baker,-$1799. Delivered: in Or a bargain. Selling out every. ceased. that a petition, under said Chapter. the felted said pursuant property to said chapter. atoning is a Bree:. with our SanHont Services

lando. Payments as low- as thing-I want to leave Kissim- This Malcolm 26th day of J. Feb.StewartExecutor 1963. ot has the been Ninth' filed Judicial In the Circuit Circuit In Court and Should you fall to file claim will be as for Drapes, Slip Covers, Blankets, f.ath.r Pfflows.x .

$3955. Call Bert McGallard for WANTED mee and go to a more Progressive of the Estate of for Osceola County. Florida. seeking herein directed. Judgment In due course.
entered against you
a good new or used car. Collier Community. EDDIE Irene G. Stewart deceased. ; the forfeiture of the said prop- Persons not personally served with
Brlnson and McWhirter erty, and you are hereby directed
Auto Sales, 888 North Orange C L E M 0 N S, 847-2380. Also Attorneys at Law and required to file your claim if process petition may for forfeiture obtain a copy filed of herein the ==>v KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
Ave. Garden Kissimmee. Florida any you have. and show cause. on of
58606. houses with undersigned
WANTEDTO no electricity. Feb. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 1963.+ or before the 5th day of April. 1963. Court.from the <821S> 103 East Dakin Telephone 8474941ROTHROCK'
Ii not personally served with process
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. LEASE ACREAGE FOR WITNESS my hand and the seal
or IN THE COURT OF THE herein and within twenty days Court at Kissimmee.
of the
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John's RIGHTS. business. $10 down $8 month. COUNTY JUDGE. OSCEOLA from personal service If personally Osceola County. Florida

Air Conditioning. -.and. Heating HOLIDAY REALTY Tropical Park on Route 441 in NOTICE COUNTY.OF INTENTION FLORIDA TOMAKR the served said with property process should herein not be why forfeited this 11th day of March.. 1963.
Headquarters. 92O W. COLONIAl:DRIP!' North Kissimmee. APPLICATION FOR pursuant .to said chapter CT. CT./SJtkJN"R Y'Clerk
Should fall to file claim as
ORLANDO. PHONE GA-3.4464 Circuit Court
KEROSENE FUEL OIL :'PHIL- IN RE: THE ESTATE OF herein directed. Judgment will be Oseeola County Florida
NO DOWN PAYMENT Lake- WILLIAM H. JACKSONIN entered against you In due course.
March 14, 21, 28. 1963.
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. front furnished ranch-house. PROBATETO Persons not personally served with
ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- process may obtain a copy of the
Four bedrooms, large screened CERN: petition for forfeiture filed herein OF INTENTION TO
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. cycle for 20" girl's bike. Phone porch. Easy terms. Older type, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN from the undersigned Clerk of AMEND HUUGKT FOR FISCAL
8472123. that I have filed my final reportas Court. 1962-63 SEPTIC TANK CO
and comfortable. TO WHOM IT MAY
but spacious Executrix of the Estate of WITNESS my hand and the seal CONCERNAND
of the above styled Court at Kis TO ALL OWNERS. PERSONS
Sunset Ranch on Highway 15 WILLIAM H. JACKSON deceased:
WANTED- Salesman, some experience that I have filed petition for final simmee. Osceola County, Florida OR ENTITIES SUBJECT TO CENTRAL
FOR SALE Age no barrier. To near St. Cloud. Phone 892-2583. discharge. and that I will apply to this 11th day of March. 1963. FLOOD AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA
Owner. the Honorable 0. P. Johnson. (CT. CT. SEAL CONTROL DISTRICT
Golf Equipment, txctllint condition represent awning, fencing and County Judge of Osceola County. GLENN RAY TAXES.NOTICE IS HEREBY Culvert Tile for Driveways
roofing lines. Bass Roofing. 108 Florida, on the 13th day of May. Clerk Circuit Court GIVEN that
. 13 matched Wilson ALLIGATOR LAKE Lakefront 1963 for approval of same and for Osceola County. Florida the Governing Board of Central.and Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
South Bermuda or Call 847- 2 March 14. 21, 28, 1963. Southern Florida Flood Control
home, spacious .and modern final discharge as Executrix of the
championship clubs: 4 woods, 9 2371. furnished. Estate of WILLIAM H. JACKSON, .e--. District a public corporation exist Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
bedroom fully ing and
operating under and by
irons; Kolapsi Kurt; 14 compart- deceased. SHOP IN KISSIMMEE virtue
Monthly rental $75 to respons- This 15th day of March. A.D.. of the laws of the State ofBIRD
mint bag . 24 new balls, 24 ible adult couple. Located on 1963.
or woman to handle Nation. /s/ Jess Wilder Thacker 15 Years ExperienceK.
used balls. Shots 9 D, almost 6 miles east .
Prod- U. S. Rt. 441 Executrix of the Estate of
Advertised Watkins
cost '200. 4th house east WILLIAM H. JACKSON. C. ROTHROCK owner and
ntw. Original ovtr ucts in Kissimmee. No l lay-offs, from St. Cloud. Deceased. SPRINGTIME operator

.'95 BUYS THE OUTFIT. PHONE no clocks to punch, good profit from canal bridge. N. \V. Op- THACKER AND THACKER
penheim Phone St. Cloud 892 Box 527. Kissimmee Fla.
847.4085 on sales No investment or experience Attorneys for Executrix

necessary. Full or 3331. March 21. 23. April 4, 11 1963
SPECIALS Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

Dept. M3. P. O. Box 2447, SALE. Corner lot 150 feet on NINTH JUDICIEOLAR COUNTY.I;

FOR RENTFOR Memphis, 2,. Tennessee. Broadway. Call 847-4458. P. O AND .
NO. :
NEED MONEY for Easter Ex- Box 323. '

RENT-2 BR Trailer. One penses. Start earning substantial ST A'S h OF FLORIDA 58 . . . . . . ... .$1395Auto.

bedroom trailer. No Pets. Lots income immediately. Avon i, FOR SALE 's.ONI: 1y45 WILLYS JEEP. Trans., Low Mileage. .
2 bedroom home In IDOIA PAIK MOTOR No. CJ 2A 11266.
for trailers. Rainbow Mobile Cosmetics has vacancies. for FORFEITURE OF THE
Homes and Trailer Park. Michigan capable women. Write Avon |lust redecorated, '10,50O. If Interested IN FOLLOWING RE: DESCRIBED STEEL SALESANY

Avenue. % mile off Vine Manager. P. O. Box 2005, Fort cwitoblo forms can bo JEEP.PROPERTY.MOTOR 1945 No. WILLYS CJ 2A 11266

Street past Bowling Alley. Pierce Florida. arranged. See Broker or rolo- THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO.: '54 MERCURY DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT


FOR RENT-Four room furni- WANTEDKitchen help.. Apply tEACNISS-4149 or 4S4. 101. Kissimmee. Florida 2Dr. Hard{ Top. Competitively Priced

ished duplex apartment on Margie's- Diner. CLARA CARROLL
lakefront. Air conditioned. LEGAL NOTICESIN Route 7. Box 511 A.
Phone 847 2187..


ment. Gas and water furnish IN RE ERY: ESTATE TEMPLE OF ONA THACKDeceased. TEREST IN OR LIEN IN OR LIEN . . .r . . .. . S495 AND REPAIRED

ed. Adults: No stairs. Good lo : SALE-70'x135' lot on New ONA THACKERY. LAMB.FORMERLY ON PROPERTY THE :ABOVE DESCRIBE 4-Dr. Auto, Trans., Heater. CMplet. ..... W.Ufc| SWp M Werk Geereefeei.OM .

cation. $50. 617% Patrick St. York and Central Avenue. Nice NOTICE OF INTENTION YOU. AND EACH OF YOU. are:

shade trees. Ideal for home or MAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL TO hereby noil property fed that has the been above seized described Orlando Hwy. near Uv.trock Market.

FOR RENT: 6-room house. 8 duplex Close to Post Office. TO ALL WHOM DISCHARGE MAY under and by virtue of Chapter Rt. 1. Box 23.-A e KlssJmme
Brack St.. $SO month. Call OrLando Call 8472480. CERN: IT. CON. 562. Florida Statutes as amended.
and Is In the of the
now possession
855-2987. W. B. Home. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that '
Coard of County Commissioners of 55 CHEVROLET
Edward L. Temple has filed his this County. and and each or . . . $445
final you. ,LOU
report YOUNG
as executor of WELDING
I of Ona Thackery Temple the formerly etate - you. are hereby further notified 4Dr., Auto. Trans., K/U ,
Ona that a petition. under said Chapter
Lamb, deceas has been filed In the Circuit Courtof
AUTO ,., ;. ed Ftna-; that he has filed Petition for the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and PHONE 847-3898
Penance, and that he will
tot Osceola County. Florida. seeking
apply to the
i1 n O. P. John.
the forfeiture of the said
1. is son. County Judge of Osceola County property i.
and directedand !
you are hereby :
t on the 29th day of ; required to claim f If '
'"' file your 56 MERCURY
'trr I I and Marco for for approval of same I any you have and show cause on . . . . . . $3954Dr.
discharge as executor
I of the estate of Ona Thackery or before the 29th day of March. Sedan. OSCEOLA TIRE
Temple, 1963. If not personally served with I

1 ] r i.1 Lamb This EDWARD deceased 21st Dna Executor:formerly day Thackery of of February.Ona L.the TEMPLE Estate Thackery 1963.of herein process(20) days. not herein why from be served forfeited the and personal with said within I pursuant service prorrnahould twenty to Ifpersonally I ($) SERVICECustom Recapping

Temple. ,
said Chapter. Should you fail to 62 VALIANT
Lamb.formerly deceased.0 n a Thackery. file claim as herein directed judgment . . . . . 81595 223 S. BERMUDA
I Murray W. Overstreet. .Jr. will be entered herein against: 4-Dr. Auto. Trans.
Attorney for ExecutorKissimmee you in due course. Persons not personally PHONE 847-2207
Box 492 served with process may
I Florida obtain a copy o( the petition for
forfeiture filed herein the
from undersigned
HOW WELL WILL' YOURS STAND UP? Feb. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 2L 1963 Clerk of Court.
WITNESS and the seal I I
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY of the above styled Court at Kis. FALCON Ranchero
62 1595 IE WISE-
In any claim for damages dw to an awtomobik accident yow FLORIDA COUNTy. simmee. Oseeola County. Florida ,,,,

insurance .b your first line of dcfau. How wU Your poRcy IN RE: THE ESTATE OF ) this 4th day of March 1963. Standard Trans., R/H

performs d.pnds upon tiM specified Emits and the company I LAWRENCE WOOS?. ) (SEAL)GLENN RAY } ECONOMIZE

with which you do business.It \ IS PROBATE ) Clerk: Circuit CourtOseeola

makes good sense to buy only the best In protection when TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN March 7. 14. 21. 1963.County. Florida 1 T Extra Quality Blocks
huge sums of money arc involved." It's good tense too when NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
you check with vs. Lydia Grosz hat filed her final report TIC
as Executrix of the Estate of
Lawrence W. Grosz. deceased: that .. . . . '
E she has filed petition for final dls FLORIDA.LAW NO. Station Wagon. Air-Conditioned.
charge, and that she will apply to Hie 947-4021
the Honorable O. P. Johnson. County STATE OF FLORIDA Auto Trans., RHRIEDEL
LUPFER'SInsurance I
Oseeola County. Florida vs.
I ongthe 29th day of March. 1963 ONE 1955 FORD TRUCK.
i I' for approval, of same and for final ID No. F10D5A21403. Member of Oseeola County B&Hders Association
I discharge as Executrix of the Estate
of Lawrence W. Grosz. de- FOLLOWING DESCRIBED

Agency I aThls PROPERTY 1355: FORD PICK
I ./ GROSZ. Executrix No. F10D5A21403.
of the Estate of 'THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Lawrence W. Grosz. J. W. JIMMIE) STRIPLING
19181963 INC
Brinson and McWhirter CITY FLORIDA

12 Rreedway{ t To HM leak 847-4121 I Attorneys Florida Law . AND TO ALL PERSONS.WNING 21 Emmett St. 847-3661 NEPTUNE ROAD KIS&MMBBTIM.

i Feb. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 1963 AND COR -

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