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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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68, NO. 18 *KUslmmee.Entered 'ax Osceola Second c w.3aii e. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1963 KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA Established Phone 1894 PRICE TEN CENTS


T L. ProjectA OWEN t aiD

ii! 60DWINS
LI. Jt
group of people Interested 1lWmO
wi in promoting actual construction -

of a building for use -
of all cultural activities in ko' I GATAORNDO
Osceola County met at the rcn t '
home of Mr. and Mrs. George rx r '
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Bast Wednesday evening. M N, r's1
Definite plans were made tX2 rr CTI _
for contacting members of r'r -'
:: "" '
groups interested in drama, o'aI s
music, art, gardening, books,
museums and history. It is
planned to solicit ideas from
these people as to what sucha
s cultural center can mean to
them so that it may be promoted
by all interests. 3

Attending were Mrs. George i
Beauchamp, Mr. and Mrs.i 0 a

George Bast, Mrs. Jill Brooks,I '1 -
Mrs. Jess Thacker, Messrs. '.-
Larry Gross, J. C. Bordelon, .
Gus Lurie, Darrell Gill, and t Kt
RECEIVES PRIZE-Mrs. Willard Brown ,: C.1pben Frank Duncan. : \ ,

Station is shown receiving a five piece Rogers Silver Service .

from L M. "Buddy," Williams Jr., assistant manager of
the local Winn Dixie Store Saturday. Mrs. Brown won the City by i
prize'donated by J. A. Folger & Co. by guessing the lengthof Commercial AirlineIn

ribbon in the store. (Photo by\Eby). a recommendation to the

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city commission by the Chamber r
Gen. Littell To of Commerce last week it
was learned that South Central 4.
Airlines, Inc. is considering establishing 5 lit

; Head County ,GOP port.service into a the scheduled Kissimmee airline air- .x', '

South Central maintains air-

lines standards. has its pilots .4'
Republicans of." Osecola ,i
checked regularly, and uses Piper
County have elected 'a retired Aztec six-passenger planes.
chairman at a recent -
general as
Tim Robbins, chief pilot for
meeting, it was announced -
Marathon Aviation which is
yesterday by Ernest Kras-
located at the Kissimmee air- '
man state GOP committeeman. -
cr port stated. "The airline will
be big boost to Mara- I' ::
L. Littell a us at
Brig. Gen. Elmer tg.N
thon and to the of Kissim-
Shores succeedsC. city
of Cypress LW '
r mee." Robbins went on the say, t .-t
H. Lucas who resigned be- .
cause of business reasons., "Kissimmee has three big as- : : c
Littell has had wide experience sets, the lake the golf course
in military and civic af r and the airport. The scheduledair .

fairs. service which has been proposed ,.
Born in New Jersey, he is will greatly increase theairport's ..
.". :-""': L-, HKMMMSig: I'C- ii:"'_ t :>dr.: = '"" ,-- --
a graduate of Michigan University value to the city.

at Ann Arbor. He became The addition of a scheduled WORLD'S FIRST GATOR ROUNDUP AND BRANDING-Thousands of foot gator being held by three cowboys with a big "G". He say brandingthe
second lieutenant i in airline would make it
the enlisted a reserve in December CEN.E..L. LITTELLHe enlarge the existing necessaryto facilities persons attended the world's first alligator round-up and branding held at reptiles will keep down gator rustling, or people stealing the creatures

1930. has also served on then and would open the door to the I Owen Godwin's Gatorland on Orange Blossom Trail Friday, Saturday and for their hides. The brand was placed on the most valuable part of the alligator

On Dec. 7, 1941; he was o I board of governors of the possibility of larger airlines in Sunday of last week. Here Owen Godwin, left, is shown branding an eight- '* pelt. Hundreds of gators were captured and branded during the

the general staff; and later he! chamber of commerce of the future. "McCoy is now hand- I three day event. (Photo by Hamrick)
was assigned to the first U., Greater Philadelphia, the ling all commercial jets into ---- -
S. Army in England as deput'. board of Temple University, Livestock
Central Florida as the airport in Feed \
signal officer. He participatedin I and vice president of Armed Orlando is too small. As there Adult EducationClasses Kowboys To
planning of the Normand' Forces Communications and are more jet liners coming into Program ExtendedThe
invasion and subsequent cam Electronics Assn. Philadelphia
the area other facilities will
paigns. His decorations include chapter. have to be found." Says Robbins ( authorized period for the
the bronze star medal, Gen. Littell has been a lifelong "Orlando does not have To Start Livestock Feed Program has been Avon Park FridayThe f
commendation ribbon Republican. His wife is -- -- - - - - -- -
army room to enlarge its airport and extended to run through April 30,
,with metal pendant, and le"glon the former Marcia Van Rens- "new in adult set a pattern for the development Clyde E. Story ASCS County Office
"' "of"Merit: selear'"Schuyler. ." Klssfm nee doeg there may bea The : Kowboy baseball team went oo.the road. to --
chance. f'or'Kssimmee"rto: "Be educationthat has been so onmstateoide_ and perhaps Manager annoynces JThepro and t
Tuesday will play on thetoa the air center of Central Flor- highly successful in St Cloud nationwide'scale.. gram period would have expiredon they meet the'Avon Park nine at Avon .Park at 7ft PJM.
for the past month is movingto Classes beginning on April April 15.Secretary. '
Amateur Amateurs ida. I They'will return home to play Frostproof next Tuesday nightat
Kissimmee for the month of 8 will be held in the trailer of Agriculture Free- 7:30 p.m.
April. parked on Monument Avenue man approved the extension In
They played two close games last week losing both. Firstto
Mobile Classroom The "new concept" Is bring just behind the Tropical Ho- order to give producers additional Arcadia Friday night, 4-2, and to Avon Park Saturday i;
Have Field ing the school to the student. tel. Each course is scheduledfor time to feed corn previously pur- night, 5-4. Errors at the wrong time proved costly
DayBy Location Announced Working in close cooperationwith two sessions a week for a chased under the program and to For the first 'half of the season, seven games, Steve Parkeris
the Orange and Osceola total of seven sessions. An ad- permit eligible livestock producersto
the lead battter
I The Adult Distributive Education at .368. Chuck Whalen has scored the most
CLIFF KNOWLESThe Roy Schoenberger, first in the traveling classroom will be, County School Systems and ditional course in Waitress purchase additional corn whereit runs, five, and also has the dubious honor of making the
desti- division Mat Asenbrenner I the Kissimmee Chamber of training is being offered over is needed. I Bob
"Powers" guiding men's ; located behind Tropical Hotel most errors, 11. Magnaghi has drawn the most walks,
nies of Kissimmee All States and Arlie Sweet, second. here April] Commerce, Gordon Dawson of what was offered in St. Cloud. Late frosts during March have 6. Jim Greenough has struck out the most times. 9.
Tourist Club bowed to the Alfred Zils and George Bri- when it sets up shop oi f St. Cloud originated the idea The schedule is as follows: further damaged pastures in some I Nam AB H R BB SO Bat. Av.
little" shufflers (amateur ery, first in consolation; R.: E. 8, Fred McDaniel, manager of a mobile class room that Fundamentals of Supervision areas of the State that were already -Steve Parker _..._ 19 7 3 2 4 .36
amateurs). Van Houten andyBurton Mayes the chamber of commerce, has brings the school to the stu : each Monday and Thursday severely damaged Lamar Teems ..._._...__..__ 18 5 2 6 5 .278
A tournament was held Mar. second.In announced. dent. 8-10 p.m., Room 1. the freeze that hit during. Earl Johns 11 3 3 27m
25-28 solely for KAST mem-. the ladies' division Lora Registration for the various A 50 x 10 foot new house Retail selling* each Mon- :cemlber. Joe Woodward _' 13 3 4 2 5 .281
bers who have never. won tournament -' Gerrish and Florence Bough- courses being offered is now r trailer was procured and fur day and Wednesday 8-10 p.m., I The final date for filing applications Chuck Whalen ,._ 18 3 5 2 2 107

awards. ton, first; Ida ,Moore and open at 'the chamber office. nished with conference tables, Room 2.Waitress. to purchase corn under, Terry Roberts --_,__.._. 24 4 3 1 8 .1.7
The local elite and celebri--Bertha Cole, second. Dora The classrooms are located iia 1 swivel chairs, air conditioningand : each Monday and the program is April 15. Story Bill Stephens 14 2 2 4 5 .148
ties had to be humble spectators Sheipline and Bertha Sands handsomely furnished trailer.Of various sight and sounds Thursday, 2-4 pm., Room 2. states. Livestock producers are Jim Greenough _,. .__ 19 2 0 2 9 .106
those two days. A few of placed first in consolation and 82 students taking course: aids to education. It was di- Problems in Supervision: eligible to purchase corn under Bob Magnaghi ___'_'_ 16 0 2 6 7 800
them condescended, however, Eleanor Sellin and Pearl Kilts, at St. Cloud last month, 82 fin. vided into two 'classrooms each Tuesday and Friday 8-10 the program only if they do not Gary Hileman ., __. 3" 1 1 2 1 ..388Il
to serve as referees and score- second. ished. This, McDaniel said Lan 5 each capable of accomodating p.m., Room 1. have sufficient feed on hand for
keepers. indication of the quality o f 18 students and a pilot program Effective Speech: each Tues- their livestock for the authorized Methodists Plan Two Services I IaJ.m
The amateurs had a field James H. Luellen the subjects and teaching. of five courses was of- day and. Thursday, 8-10 pjn., period and are unable to purchase Sunday

day. They were thick as Rus- Complete Course Russell M 0 n c r i e f, of th sians in Cuba. A spirit of levity . Orange County school system, The response at St .Cloud (Stenoscript): channels without undue financial morning services one at 8:30: chancel choir asjtkr. the
prevailed throughout. Marine Private First Class praised the reception given t o was very enthusiastic' with 82 each Wednesday and Friday, hardship. a.m. and one at 11, at the First direction at Mrs Bd .,.., will
earth shaking struggle to sock James H. Lueljen, son of Mr! the program in St Cloud. Th e, students enrolled in the. five 8-10 pjn., Room 1. County Office Manager Story Methodist Church with Rev. John ang John Pre Scott's "Ride
the opposing block into the and Mrs. Wilbur L. Luellen of program is under his directior, courses which included Fundamentals Registration fee is $10 for urges interested livestock producers Briley delivering the message. On. Ride 0.".
"kitchen." 2118 West Vine St., Kissimmee, and Supervision, each course except Speedwriting to contact the ASS coun- Communion will not be held at I The annual Good Friday community -
A total of 72 KAST ama- completed the six-week Person- Effective Speech, Stenoscript, which is $12.50. This fee ty office before the April 15 the early service but will be heldat service, Jill .nu4 bgr the
teurs battled for fame and nel Administration Course, H. E. Qiitwood Buys Problems in Supervision and includes all texts and material. I deadline for complete informationon the Maundy Thursday service. Ministerial Assoctottoo. will be

honor. Twenty-three mens* March 16, at Division Schools, BullsH. Retail Selling. According to I the program. Those completing the member- held April 12th from 1:10 to I
and 13 ladies' teams confused . Third Marine Division, Camp Registered Seldon G. Hill, the supervising For further information and ship training course will be received p.m. In the sanctuary of the First
the aggregation.Gene instructor, "This is the registration call the Chamber at the 11 o'clock service Methodist Church.
E. Chitwood,
Hansen, Okinawa. I of Commerce Kissimmee 847- Three Counties
Canale, proprietor maximum number that can effectively Only - -
Gene's Garage donated the, The Third Marine Division is recently purchased two Aber:- be handled and we \ 3174, or St Cloud 892-3671.
12 prizes. The winners were as |the "force-in-readiness" ground deen-Angus bulls from E. E want this program to be ef- I Classes will be limited for Comply With BillTen I
and: (element of the Seventh Fleet in Davidson Winchester, Tennessee. fective. this pilot program.
follows: Joe Redenbaugh j P
(the Far East. "What is amazing to me is years ago the state pass-
-1 that we haven't had a single Horace Phipps ed a bill requiring an countiesto
drop out Our students are the assesss property at full value
I best proof that this Is the com- To Head Rotary for tax purposes. This means

,ing thing in adult education Horace Phipps has been that everyone will pay taxes according -
for smaller communities," he to actual property value
t elected president of the Kiss-
,added. I immee Rotary Club. therefore those owning less ex-
Russell Moncrief of the Or- I Also elected were Paul pensive houses will pay a smaller
ange County School System + percentage of the total taxes.
I Guynn, vice president; Joe
"commented that the St Cloud Gamer secretary; and Dick Only three counties have complied
reception to the program "was 'I JLuzadder, vice president. to date. Osceola. Okaloosaand
very gratifying" and that if Other directors are Al Cody, Sumter County residents are
the Kissimmee session was Bob Cody. Jim Mongoven, and now paying taxes on 100 percent
equally enthusiastic it would Charles Parsons. assessment of their pro a

F I OHS Band To Present perty.Eight other counties are as-
sessing at eighty percent or
,' .more and 28 more are above
'50 percent. One county is pre
,Symphony of 'Color sently assessed at 2744 per <'

1 cent. r TI T-

\d On April 5th. at 8.00 pan. the Higman, Donnie Higgins, Dee B L EThe..3.26 r
lOsceolaj I High School Symphonic Viehman, and Mike Hankins in 80 0Wed. t.
third the famous "Bugler's Holiday" by,
\ Band -till present the an- s.n :0 to .Si
inual ymphony of Color". This Leroy' Anderson; and Mike Bast.:! Thurs.3.23 &I fI 0 r
concent in color and sound has Joan Magnuson. and Tommy Da-j FrL 3-D 804Z0
"been vfannly received by capacIty vid in "Holiday for
TromboneJ"1 3tt.3.30 7S400
: au eases the past two sea-' by the well known San. 3-31 8043.10
sons and it is hoped the concert rector, David Rose. I 111qa. 1-1 a 10 0
audier e will enjoy the entire Assisting the band in this production BUYS NEW DODGE-Mr. and Mrs. David DOTard of

even' from the brassy opening at the Myrtilla Beals Au- 301 Oregon Avenue, St. Cloud are shown looking at the
of "Cotorama" by De Roseto ditorium will be Louis French Mr. and Mrs. John J. Matz of
thfl brilliant closing march by and Darrell Gill of the Theater Orlando announce the birth of a high-powered motor of the new 330 Dodge they just purchased -

John /Philip Sousa, "The Tbm- Guild and Miss Sandra DeaJdns son. Jeffery Harper March 29th, from Bill Newman, right, ***. fer Riedel Motor,
dele, director of the Osceola High: at Orange Memorial Hospital. Dodge dealer for Otceola County. The twta ewharetor

TO PRESENT CONCERT-The Otceola School Band. the third F the first time the band is Chorus as accompanist. 1 Maternal grandparents are Mr. 415 HP V-8 engine has a compr *4oa ratio of 11 to 1
High wiD'p nt .ting members of the bandin The donation is JLOO, which and Mrs. Day Harper of Tampa.The .
annual Symphony of Color Friday,night at the Myrtilla F. Beau Auditorium. Pro p tht feature solo and ensemblers will be used for new uniform paternal grandparents are' and a torque of 480 foot pounds at 440 RPM, the most

seeds? will go toward. replenishing the Kowboy Marching Band uniforms. (Photo : John Briley on Tuba; trousers for the Kowboy Marching Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Matz of Kis- powerful Dodge engine ever sold by Newman or . iMotors.
by Haarfck) Glen Ward in a Cute bolo; John Band. simmee. (Photo by Hsmriek)

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3 The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee FTa. Thura, April 4, 1963 I
and Mrs. W. K. Houston of 720
J I Thacker Ave. have recovered fit SAVE
: ORANGE GARDEN''' from a recent illness .which had Good Old Ar
i : them confined to. their home for

I : JOTTINGS several days. N 100 EXTRA I Fashioned T

Mr. and ]Mrs. Raymond K.

I by- ANNE J. REYNOLDS Fleisher Hildebrandt, from and Lewistown Mr. Norman, Pa.T. TOP VALUE STAMPS Thrift 'LL&Ik1

were weekend visitors of Misses WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR
As"you will note from the The newly elected City of
Orange Gardens Civic Association Kissimmee officials are to be I '
Bulletin for April the regular congratulated on their recent Thacker Ave. Good Thru Umit One Coupon To Adult With 1
monthly will be election to office. It is due to April 6 A $5.00 or More Food Order.
on Thursday meeting, 7:30. the coordinated and dedicated Mrs. Howard M. Williams and '; _ .- ,__ _ ___ ___ . .. ._. I RIGHTS RESERVED ,
Following the evening meeting at, there planning of these officials that Mrs.Holiday A. C.Hospital Wright are in Orlando.patientsat !l1)! M. M t .M : '<, T I .(i ; ?,Iil I PRICES GOOD.. THRU APRIL 6COrrftlQNT
will be -a panel discussion by makes Kissimmee such a nice i : WINM.DIXIK STORM Op
persons well qualified to give place in which to live. They DSTOR tS
of 171Orange
Mrs. Arthur James
suggestions and instruction on have been successful in keepingthe at W-D DK/MNU..I-ULL I BONELESS STEAKS
Blvd. is a patient
health problems. This should bea merchants and professional
Osceola Hospital. It is reportedthat
most interesting and beneficial persons at a high level who
meeting, and one to be attended can be depended upon to give she is getting along nicely be Round 88 J SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS CANNED
and that she will soon
by all who can possibly do so. the most helpful assistance to LB. S 98
our Orange Gardens residents able to return to her home. Hams..4LB.CAN 2.

Donations have been received I with reference to their desires
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D Redden -
toward the Berlin Memorial and requirements. For this out W-D BRAND..STEAKSirloin SMOKED SLABBacon
I of 719 George St. are entertaining
Library Expension Fund in I standing effort they are entitledto
out-of-town guests
memory of Miss Ethel Gleason a standing vote of thanks. LB. 39/,
who contributed so much in the 88
establishment of the library. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Galster of LB. F
Molly: How did you stop WITH RIBS) FRYER
Miss Gleason was particularly Syracuse N. Y. have moved in-
husband from staying out
I qualified to give technical and to the home on 1710 Oak St. your Breast 49
practical suggestions to her coworkers late nights? home, W-D BRAN D. EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE STEAKS LB.
Mabel When he came
this Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Luebensof
on project having
I called out "Is that Jack"Molly
much time St. Paul have moved into the SUNNYLAND GA. FRYER
spent as a
And how did that stop
the country's leading colleges'the home on 712 Thacker Ave. : T-Bone 98
i him? Legs .49
and universities. I We are glad to note that Mr.i is Mabel Harry.It :. My husband's name t ;

MOOSE CALLS seems {Ti young lady Roast 39
: oyster had just returned from LB. ,
The Loyal Order of Moose wishes to her first date with a lobster and
thank all who made the Pioneer was telling her oyster girl-friend R oast 49 SUNNYLAND SMOKED (PLUS 25 EXTRA STAMPS)

We about it. . Sausage 69x
'Beauty Pageant a big success. "He was simply marvelous . LB.
extend a special thanks to Dave she said. 'First he looked into W-D EXTRA LEAN. FRESH ..GROUNDBeef
my eyes. Then he put his arms COLONIAL BRAND . QUICK FROZEN .
Birchfield Chevrolet Co. and the St. around me. Then he .. ."
Cloud Motor Co. for lending their A look of horror came over 5iB.PK6.$195 CutupHens LB,39*
her as she clutched at her
new autos and to the individuals throat and cried out "Good COPELAND REG. 49e FRESH PORK
who were kind enough to lend their heavens. My pearls!"

( convertibles for the parade Sat. I The irate husband, going over WITH PURCHASE OF THREE PACKAGES c Sausage . LB. 45;

morning. We feel proud to be a part canceled checks from the previous _ EXTR ST" M *: su.. .DRIED.U. TUHKCOCHIPPED BCCPMO.
month, exploded in front of 5-0, : HAM PKGS.
of such a wonderful and inspiring I his wife: "You mean you gave CORNED BCCF Biscuits 6 FOR 49
occasion. I the doctor five dollars for just
I painting your throat?" .

I Thank You! I replied "wallpaper?" Detergent food limit1wlthS.OO order 1 or mor. Meat PI.es4IN 69jf


I Circle To MeetThe Blue Cheer Frut, | Pies 3 FOR S 1.

Jennie Philips Circle will WANT
1 meet Wednesday, April 10, at 3 9 GIANT KENDALL FROZEN LEMONADE( OR PARKEN
the home of Mrs. Rena Atkin, PKQ. KG.

WORK-SAVING STARCH 308 Lakeshore dish luncheon.At ,Drive. for a covered Limeade 8 -o s99;

f this time the circle will
celebrate its 30th anniversary.All .
GIVES YOUR IRON a .. Stars are invited._ r

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Special mrtdHntlndr .nds-stick Innlng""nnts .
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into clothes with ,-- . UQUIOitarch building. Mrs. Emory Goss is .
leader. Shortening 49;
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I Xhe. Klsrfmmee Gazette, Klssimraee. Fla., Than. April 4, 1963 S, nero So keep smiling! child by the wrong name. And I Like Flowers by Billy i

DCT student Alice Chezem Is she can go one step farther . PoQozn Flowers are pretty. Garden
Elementary School NewsBy helping in the first year classes she can tell you who is kin. to Red blue orange green yellow -

I in our school. She helps each who! and purple. There are many II Club NewsMrs. MAKI NSON .
Peggy BradburyDavid teacher for an ,afternoon duringthe Steve Shield, In Mrs. Pat B. kinds of flowers. Flowers are
week. Redgrave's room. drew, colored many kinds of colors.A I

Dyer and Roberta Hank- David Nigrevnie of North and cut out a large vase. Othersin :Flower Story by Martha! Robert Metzger, chairmanof
cards. the class cut out leaves flowers the annual Flower Show, of
ins Carolina joined Mrs. George Maria Partin I love flowers. !
were spelling champions in There will be no school on and stems to form a large April 20th and 21st announces HARDWARE
the city spelling bee held lastcreek. Bast, Jr.'s level two and three I like roses most of alL But I'
These two sixth Good Friday. April 12. This is group. And William Hyde went bouquet. This was placed on the love all flowers. Orchids are her committee chairmen. They
grade students the only holiday we will have board. Schedule Mrs. Wm. Pratherand
bulletin are;
Roses red violets
will to North Carolina from this very pretty. are
have over the Easter period.Mr. Here are some stories of are blue. I like flowers just Mrs. Wm. Sippel; Staging
nee Elementary School in the Owen Godwin of Gator- room.
which selected Mrs. Walter Thomas Properties
Spring were ;
like Do like flowers?
The children in Mrs. Bast'sroom you. you ,
county wide spelling bee to be land visited the fourth grade I Mrs Fred Burton Artistic Entries ,
'held having trouble with group of three girls in Mrs.Redgrave's Colors of Flowers by Julie ; :; :-.f, .
in St. were
Cloud. Both cham- class of Mrs. Mary Dyals. He room. Mrs. Corwin Bennett; Horticultural \\ "
and minus So Johnson-There are many kindsof .x tEkkkkkS
pions are in Mrs. Betty JaneHutchison's showed and narrated his film the plus signs. It's Entries Mrs. June its '
Jim Ungaro Spring'The '
flowers and hundreds and "
Mrs. Bast said, "Say your problem : HAii
room. Gunn Mrs. E. \H" "
Alaskan Travelog. The children ; Publicity D. .
birds sing. The flowers ',\ ..
hundreds have colors and .
they '
Two top spellers from each before you do IL" Later ,\'''' DV A. "bit.
had been studying Eskimos in 3ooperrider, Garden Therapy,
room were .selected to competeIn Alaska. one little girl who had been hay bloom. We hunt Easter eggs. It are so pretty. Some flowers are Mrs. Edith McGrew; Jr. Gardening H A"" Joors.... R EI
is fun to go swimming in the red blue yellow white l ii, 1'1
trouble to ask if orange I
the city spelling bee. They The fourth grade of Miss Mary ing came up Spring. I like Spring. Spring is Miss Marilyn Dietrich; Educational
and violet. I
pink They are so
were: Fourth Grade Darlene Ruth Watts has been studyingthe her paper was correct. When Mrs. (Albert Rogers aodt,! .
'Barkley, Peggy Thomas. Mark duties of a good citizen in Mrs. Bast said the paper was fun.By Debbie Urick-It's pretty. Are you glad we haveso Judges Mrs. Murray Overstreet, :- s.oE b ) ".
Udik Susan Rooney Connie to The correct, the child answered, "I Spring many flowers? Jr.; ,Judges Hospitality Mrs. ,Wiii,Nth OOfO !!'.! rs ;D'I t tt
regards group I It's Spring! We can fly kitesin My Flower Garden-by Janice :r -.. --'
Irving, Debbie Dettoner Con- decided to elect class officers. G eorge Mansfield; Hostesses,
Spring. We can go swimmingin I have little flower
stance Johnson I 'cannot give enough creditor Green a Mrs.
and Roger Lat- Candidates made speeches stat- Henry Simmons; Dismantling 4i
orre. their qualifications and what thanks to the school reporterswho Spring. Days are longer. garden. It grows pretty little Mrs. Wm. Dettmer.
Fifth Grade ing gather news each week Nights are shorter. flowers. My Mother thinks they Mrs. the i
James Yates, they would do if elected. A vot- Metzger reports that
Vicki Chitwood
Debbie Northrop Cynthia Ro- the from our three buildings With- By are pretty. I love my pretty committees are functioning and
ing booth was set up
Spring! It's Spring! We hunt
berson Aubrey Wade Brenda ballot explained. We'll have a out their help and cooperation flowers. I have some roses and the public is in for a surprise
Carter Judy Creel Paula Shore, the outcome of the school news would be impos Easter eggs. The Easter Bunny some daffodils too. I love flow- this will be the best show yet.
Suzanne Fletcher. report on sible. These teachers are Miss comes. The. flowers are bloom- ers, don't you? I love orchids The theme is "That's What I
election next week. .
Sixth Grade Danny Cook, is Julie Goolsby Miss Mary Ruth ing. We go swimming.By too.Daisies Like about: the South". - y- _
This same group having a '
Donna Wyant-It's Spring!i are Sweet by Lori Mrs. Elsie Mortland has .
Dallas, Wooten Sherry Irving, Grammar" contest. A Watts, and Mrs. Judy Davis.In an A
In Spring, days are longer. In Udik I love daisies. They amarylis bulb that is family
Bobbie Ellis Jimmy Muller and the "she should write a
chart contains the name of each INDOORS OR
Doug Walls. is overheard book" department, I nominate Spring, nights are longer. In I II are sweet. Flowers are pretty.I heirloom. The bulb is over a 100
Report cards for the first student. If anyone of School Secretary Mrs. Melba Spring it gets warmer. In I like them. Daisies smell good. years old and has been banded :
three grades will be issued to- using an Incorrect part Feuerstein. The book should be Spring the Easter Bunny comes 1 Daisies are little. And so do down. The bloom is beautiful, OUTDOORSUSE f
face is drawn by
speech a sad Our children do love to write., Are sweet large white throat red f.A
day. Parents, please sign and the called "How to Remember (I you smell good. you with
In month ,
his name. a ; per-
return to school promptly as this facesbeside I Names and Faces." I'' have And here are some more origin.I like daisies It looks like you edge.
son with the fewest al stories from Mrs. Peggy' are. Do you like daisies I am The Florida Federation of Gar- DEVOE*
heard her call
prevents, lost and misplaced his name will be the win never once a Bradbury's room. 'I. sweet. den dubs convention of April 29 .,,.. . ... .L

and 30 will be held at the Carillon -
Hotel Miami Beach.
The Hibiscus Circle will meet
April 11th at Brinson Park for a

picnic. luncheon and meeting, Porch & Floor Enamel
weather permitting. In case of
inclement weather the circle will

convene at the home of Mrs. Carl k In any kind of weather-
4 Kenton, Rolfe St. Election of officers indoors
or out-this tough
will take place so all
< members are urged to be present alkyd enamel protects
P. J 12:30 p.m. has been set as the wood, cement or linoleum

( time. floors for years.
The Rose Circle will meet at
NEW 2:30 p.m., April 11th, at the homeof Dries overnight to a bright

numbering law Mrs. Wm. Dettmer Fish Lake. sparkling gloss that resists
An Easter Bonnet Auction will
take place the bonnets being bid abrasion,cracking,flaking.:
on sight unseen. The proceedswill
., go for community beautifica-
r's tion. Mrs. Robert Metzger will
., assist Mrs. Dettmer as hostess.
April is the time to- I .. $noo snoo VALLEY SUPPLY COpr .

:) Make Poinsettia cuttings. Make I I in. I.r nt 312 Main St. Phone 393,Valley City
the cuttings 10-12 inches, can be I
; by Social Security Number started in sharp sand, however'
.-.... ." they do better if not transplanted.They .

do not like wet feet. .

thrips Watch can for be controlled pests. with Gladiolus rose I WITH TRIPLE COVER

dust, End-O-Pest, Red Arrow or I

ACCOUNT NUMBER Isotox.Cassias are bothered with yellow -:' HOUSE PAINT. . .I I

or green worms. Control with.
4 .,v v.y x. arsenic of lead spray Do not use
chlordane as that will cause leaf You gel J Ihree-coaf proftction for

at droppage. your house with only two coa''". "' I.
Brinson Park is lovely, do ride

by to see it. TRIPLE/ COVER HOUSE PAINT is the "
Happy gardening!! t
3 paint preferred by professional

house painters,everywhere, because

SororityHonorsRushees ' It civet the greatest protection to*
') at Party S ' '
ApWA ; very wood surface.

L1 Leeoe debn i The Delta Alpha Chapter of Thi controlled chalking In the finish '6.95
Epsilon Sigma Alpha held a rush
4011 I E party Wednesday night at the coat makes it self-cfeansfng.Your pr gor.

,: 1 pdvt ? .r home of Mrs. Jim Dulgar. house will stay cleaner, longer.
.ulroRn Flowers greenery tea carts,
table and chairs portrayed a

WHEN 8 .:. Parisienne were entertained sidewalk by cafe.Mrs. Dulgar Guests I * *. * * * * * * :

and Mrs. Donald Edwards with a I
.. ... .. t
<- ..,... pantomime of a French artist and PAINTERSSPECIAL
model They were then given
chalk and paper and everyone
drew the French modeL Those
winning awards were Mrs. Larry I !
"' Keene Mrs. Bill Burton, Mrs.
: YOUR; Larry Blankenship and Mrs. Doc

f Following this the rushees dis-

.l'.. A new Federal statute Public Law 87-397 re- of each saver's Social Security number this year, even played their creative ability by

quires all savings and loan associations,.banks, insurthough the first transmission of the record of the ; designing and making hats. Each

.ance companies and corporations to report to the amount of earnings you receive will not be made until was awarded a prize.
Others present were Mmes. Ce-
Internal Revenue Service any earnings of $10 or more January of 1964,.at which time you took will receive cil Moore, Harold Honeycutt,

received by a saver or stockholder each calendar year. a copy. . George Bishop, Raymond Bowen

To keep proper records it also specifies that each per- Since you may have savings accounts or investments J. C. Clemons, Frank Godwin, 129P
trio Bronson Jr., Buck Murphy
son receiving such income be identified by the use of elsewhere, you will receive a Form 3435 from Pete Lee, Bill Pennington, Dave

that person's Social Security number. (" these organizations,also.The law requires you to com Putnam Glenn Haggard.Lynwood

.. COOPERATION WILL EASE THE'BURDEN plete forms for each institution from which you receive Lupo Fred Brussow and Bob CONTAINER

< OF THIS MONUMENTAL TASK earnings or dividends. If you have no Social Security Makmson.

''':.: .:. .- To comply with this law a form for providing Social number provision has been made to issue one to you.
Historical SocietyTo iC THIS APRIL 13th
Security numbers will be placed in the mail to each of An application for this purpose is a part of the form COUPON

,: our savers in the months ahead.We must have_a record being sent to you. :: Meet March 8
'. .
\ : The Osceola Historical Society AAAAAAAAAAAAAAWONDERTONES
.' WATCH Y. will hold a meeting Mon.

. ,. day March 8 at eight in the
These definitions will help complete the form T""_ . evening at the home of Mr. .
MAIL FOR THIS you [ 1.d A .rtes'Ill..
\ and Mrs. Robert Metzger on
::... If your Account Is In The Name Of:(use the definition that best describes your acCount.) ..- Ingram Avenue in Kissimmee.
FORM An individual furnish that individual's social number. After a short business meet ,
own security dries in 20 minutes. .
.'. ing there will be an interest
Two or more persons such as joint owners or tenants in common,only one number .
with reminiscences
ing program -
need be furnished. Where the choice is between husband and wife give the husband's ., : S by Mrs. Roberta Steffe with no lingering paint smell /

.!. number-or if between adult and minor give the adult's number. .; who came to the county at

A designated guardian,custodian,committee,etc.,AND one or more wards minors, the age of four when Partin .BO fop ntorkfno

incompetents,or other individuals,give the social security number of the ward minor Settlement was bigger than cJo.-up III.-.quip...I w.
etc. woih t IN wol'.rsnognilc.nt
She watched the coming of
A so-called trust supply the social security number(the person named as trustee. '-'\. the railroad and the passingof color..l crton; .

c A trust, estate pension fund, corporation,partnership,sole proprietor association, the steamboats that-once
tax exempt organization or broker, etc., furnish the employer identification number chugged their tortuous way colllplet.I"obl..gvoro.cI

::;:;:: of this entity. south and west to the Gulf, lo flo ell w.MY...

':. r'' Will you give us a hand with this monumental job.]please? When you receive the taking several days to make er,vrtllo,.prize r.fved.d

. :... .. forms in the mail,please complete and return them prn ptly.This is a job that requireseveryone's that journey which was the .IM...."*It**,Or....;....._
life line of the whole of the
i r help to complete.FIRST. Kissimmee Valley and of low .I
I ._ er Central Florida. 6.39 per geL
Also on the program will be
I -:. ., Mrs. Steffer's daughter, Mrs. COME IN TODAY!' f2..05 p.".
Mary S. Degloff who grew up

,.. .. 1 j.' ". in the county when both Kiss-
: immee and St Cloud were go.jug
., through their early grow.
ing pains.
', Any one interested in the MAKINSON

Sssa'ngsandLoan-AssooiatancfOSC&iA COUNTYKISSIMME history of pioneer Florida is .
SY : cordially invited to attend the
... .... meeting.
. c_ _. OJ.
; --- ",".. ;=;; .'... ',, 'i .__ NO JOB TOO BIG or too small WARE
when it comes to commercial
.:::. rL
,. printing. Call W7-2881 today
and ask for Mr. Mears for free

You'll be glad you did.
Serving Osceola County Since I 1934 3i 308 Broadway 84721OO.9.
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4 The Kls immee Gazette, Klssimmee Fhu, Thurs.. April 4, 1963 NARCE To Meet
A Commission At WorkThe
A Noon

f Florida Probation and Parole Commissionstates t The National Association of Re-
that in 1962 and through February 1963 they Jerry Mock tired Civil Employee Cftfr 526
" conducted a total of will hold a covered dfeh luncheon
67 investigations, in Osceola
and monthly tNMtoeM meeting
County which is serviced by the Field Office locatedin Perry New Service Legislator has freely predictedthis Saturday. April &... at 12:30:
Orlando. TALLAHASSEE It seemedyou "tax" session will be -
extended p.m. at the Orange Gardens Community
The Parole Supervisor were on cloud nine, listeningto at least another 20 days building.
performed 34 Pre-Sentence
the State Board of Control in into June. be
Constitution and by-Jaws will
Investigations (a detailed and analytical case his- Tampa talking about all that With the requests for money presented and voted OB and delegates -
tory and study of a defendant made prior to sen- money. It looked unreal to them, pouring in. it is certain that to the convention will be
tencing for Osceola Circuit and too.They something's got to give. The chosen.
,it's not smart to talk in your sleep. . were talking about some questions are where? And who?
""'- ICLffre-Parole Investigations (Case history studies, S22 million more for the next two Osceola Five
10 Pre-Parole Investigations (Case history studies years than they had already decided -
ture parole consideration), and 23 Special Investigations on for Florida's University lid-County Walters Met FridayThe I
1 involving system. And that $22 million was To Hold Bake SaleThe Citizen Band CM of Os-
request other field offices in the about one-third less than the March 29 at
State of Florida and other States. 33.5 million that had been recommended Mid-County Home Demonstration the ceola Livestock County met Pavflfcu. Elevennew J.
The Supervisor made 800 contacts with the de- by the recently prevented Club will hold a bake members were voted on and
fendants, victims, law enforcement Florida Space Era Education sale on April 12th in front of the approved. ,
agencies, employers Study. (The study is due "ilnn Dixie store at the Saartse Members interested in setting \
and others in the course of performing the in- for completion around April 22.) Shopping Center starting at 10 up a monitoring station for !i ienwr0encu.
vestigations in Osceola County. The board talked about small ajn. &. '..
like Dr, Broward ---
Routine supervisory contacts totaled 1253. These urns $100,000. (
rulpepper,. cigar-chewing director -
\ it's risky to walk in your sleep. ._.. contacts were made with persons under supervisionin noted the sum was not too THEKISSIMMEE
Osceola County and others of pertinence to their small for a retirement kitty for GAZETTE
cases. one.) ORIpa
, .f ::.x- ... Persons under
s + supervision in Osceola County for .
.. .
THE SPACE STUDY had revealed A Jsha H. r. )
1. February 1963 earned $4,135.88 and supported approximately to them a shocking thing:
f 2 dependents each. Floridas higher education pn; Offices: 24-2$ Stewart Are.
According to latest figures supervision by the Pro- gram was falling farther behind. y Telephone 847-2881
This was a system that by 1964
bation and Parole Commission cost the tax
I payer will have four full-blown univers-
Or Entered as Second Cl... Mall Matter
$3.25 a day ties. This that
per person.In was a system ,
In the Post Office at K..t"'Mee Fie
..;,.;.;::X':, : 1962 the Florida Probation and Parole Commission even at the end of World War II

with a Professional Staff of 82 supervisors made had a a girl's University school in in Tallahasseeand Gainesville. Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida .. .t\

3,756 investigations for the courts in PreSentencework They talked about four engineering

but it's dangerous to buy in addition to supervising over 10,000 individ- schools and new schoolsin Editor LEO SCHUMAKER and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION

uals on probation and parole.To naveral Pensacola area. and the Cape Ca-

meet the increasing demands caused by a They talked about things that RATESSix
growing state, the Parole Commission is requesting were real in terms of money but months, $2.50; one rear $4.00; two year, S7.0Q

, a mattress in your sleep from this years Legislative for 48 additional super- almost surrealistic in terms of
things concrete. They talked
. visors two additional SEE US FOR ALL
; area supervisors and three executive about spending $500,000 'study
assistants to free Commissioners from the how to automate the state's libraries

l j Believe us. You've got to be wide awake growing mass of paper work involved in proper release and set up information i

when you buy a mattress. Because the planning. retrieval this money systems.bring in What terms would of

j most important'things in a mattress arc Since the Parole Commission was created in 1941it machinery or equipment, asked TYPES'I
concealed under the ticking!That's why ,has used the following objectives in its operation. Frank Buchanan, board member I
we'd like to show you our new, completeline ,; v 1. The protection of society. :I from! Miami. No one could say
of U. S. Koylon the finest of all -< exactly, though there was men-
foam mattresses. We'll show you the .. 2. Ppssible rehabilitation of worthy individualswho tion of pilot machines..Then what '
have been convicted of violation of some was the $500,000 for, asked Bu 'I
foam Inside the Koylon mattress so ,
.... chanan. It was for a study of
you can see and understand the difference : State law but who really want to help them- these things.

between Koylon and ordinary foams. :_ selves to reenter civilian life in a proper . GUARANTEED WORK AND

But don't think you'll have to pay more manner. LEFT UNSAID was that probably THE LOWEST PRICES
for Koylon ...mattress and boxspring .. s The Parole Commission and its members are above all libraries could be

combinations are priced from only, proud of its high degree of success in that 80% of all most the improved new communications by automationand de IN TOWN. ,1 TRY US!

159.00 per set h s. fv. prisoners released on parole have become sober, in- vices. Countless hours of time

...... m. dustrious members of their community in comparison could be saved by machines tha t . We're equipped to handle

,, .L son with.. the average of 70 k_ searched out specific information: :
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z and presented it to students. The n, 55 all printing requirements,
Record Number scholar, instead of spending mos y"' z>
structure in the nation, had : .'. : ; large or small! Finer, faster
of his time for informa
u.sJ1OyloFOAl1 rt ., looking
: t i Visit State Parks 416,600 visitors, up 8 per cent
tion could spend that valuabl
work lower
i during the year. Fort Matanzas, plus prices
s .4 time using his of
:.w powers reasor
National parks and historic another Spanish fort, near Mar fir:
and imagination in his studies. ;. ...,; on everything from cards
areas in Florida enjoyed their ineland drew 72,400 visitors, a rY3I
The board went on and on +
most popular year in 1962 with gain of 5 per cent. \ through $22 million it hope]I and invitations to impressive
1,241,700 visitors, a record number "Fort Caroline, near Jackson
would help Florida catch wit;
We Have Other Koylon Sets from the Florida State Chamber ville registered the largest gain the rest of the nation in up highe brochures/
..' ,.n" .. pjt Commerce: said_ yesterday of any area, 11 per .cent. and education.. ..;.&. ,
,,,, t. 89.50 :a \..".. .... -1.''':' .. .:.I... \; ;? his total", .thevitrade ;body a;yisit6r total of:46,100.IABra.: What" cameut. Q :' : r. --. -.A :
i ,,, up pointed. out in its; weekly busi- de.nlun-'lhe; DeSotpJXaiemoria. of Control meeting Tuesday = !C"OMMERCIALMANDSOCIAL ,
n, i'view, "is 8 per cent counted 72,800 visitors; up, one into a Legislative pot with many, : .
more than in 1961 and one third per cent. Fort Jefferson, on Dry other for '
many requests money
than in 1957 Tortugas Island off Key Wes. .:..
more the first in other fields to help us face a PRINTING
year of .a promotion programby had 7,700 visitors, only half the real Florida population explo
PARKS FURNITURE the National Service knownas 1961 figure. because of the international .
situation.. sion.And
Mission 66."Everglades for the next two months
National Park, 'Visitor statistic are, to some the Legislature will attempt to
COMPANY the nation's only subtropicalpark degree, a gauge of tourism. Although piece these money requests into
.. had 262 visitors last year, each area has a year- some kind of package that wil 1
. a gain of 10 per cent over 1961. round attractiveness, seasonal help the taxpayer without draining LET US GIVE YOU
Kissimmee St. Cloud About 100,000 overnight stays. patterns of visitation show that too much from his pocket,
were registered. Everglades Park and the De- book.
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Elks Auxiliary To 7_ .:__ ry. ire } sooner or lan: the piper must be The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, F1&* Thar, April 4, IMS 5

paid In rounding out the financing -
Hold Installation I offered Florida's industrial operation in April 1963. I I Makes Dean's List
I two 425-
At Everglades
by lending to -
On Wednesday. April 10th, at companies, the Industrial responsible 000 kilowatt units are under I]| Chris Colombo of Kissimmee.

: : 7 pjn. Kissimmee Elks Lodge rg Corporation of Flo- construction one for 1964 operation -I'I was among 33 students at Troy

1573 will honor its auxiliary mem- t Development the other for 1965. State College to be named to
jj rida is benefiting the entire state.
bers and their husbands with an A third 425,000 kiloWatt unit the Dean's List for the winterquarter.

installation dinner In the Elks .
By ROBERT II. F1TE was announced for constructionat
dining room. The menu will include The far
President Power and a new plant site in the Cape I requirement making
I : By BETTY EBY country fried steak with 1 Light CompanyTest Canaveral area, also for 1965 the Dean's List at Troy is an
potatoes and gravy, salad, vege- operation. average of 2.7. Troy use a 3.0
firings of long range missiles
tables, and dessert. slrj, grade system, this figure being
L... ana launchings of orbital These four units total 1575.
The regular April meeting and space flights from the pads at 000) kilowatts to be adder in a, the equivalent of 100 upon a
the installation of officers will
1r Cape Canaveral keep the spotlight three year period. 850,000 kilowatts numerical system of grading.
follow 8
at o'clock with Mrs.
Birthday congratulations this Ketchum, Nancy Milar. Ella May of national interest focusedon in 1965 alone. Dean G. R. Boyd said that
Paul D. Smith, Past President r.
week go to Bill Edwards, Buddy, Pound Jerry Ivey, Byard Vieh- installing officer. :Florida with, increasing brilli- the relatively small number receiving -

Barnette, Holmes Prather Dr. R. man Jimmy Chapman, Hugh ance. Xi Alpha Phi Honors the honor of being named
During special meeting
R. Pollom Ann Glass, Bill Stan-: Barrette, Mrs. Ted dark. Aileen to the Dean's List indicates
called for March 27th Mrs. -3BROADWAY The publicity is priceless, far
ko, Spence Baya Fern Kenton, i Chapman, Dot Cody, Margaret Jack C. White President by Mrs. beyond a press agent's wildest Eight New MembersThe I la higher standard of teaching
Edna Thacker, Adam Lyons, Mrs. Bast, Earl Steinman, Raymond' and of scholastic requirementsat
Charles Getty Charles Beaton, Kelley J, C. Griffin, Murray Frank Broyles was chosen to replace regular meeting night of the college.' The 33 students

Michelle Marie and Chevonne I Rogers, Vickie Chitwood, Jimmy the late Cora Gaylord as I But afar greater impact is the exemplar chapter, Xi Alpha came from a winter quarter student -
president-elect with Mrs. Tom being i felt in other phases ofFlorida's
Eileen O'Shaughnessy, Gloria Crum, Randy Beard, Chuck Ar, PHARMACY TOURNAMENT John Phi, of F Beta Sigma Phi was I body of 1900.
----- --- -- nold Martha Gay Glass. Best BUniby succeeding Mrs. Broylesas of the economic developmentas turned into a festive night last
J. MacGillivray, president Kissimmee All States businessmen Twenty-five additional students
vice-president-elect. Mrs. and industrialists
wishes to each of you. Club is shown Wednesday; when the group welcomed I'qualified for honorable mention
Frank Godwin and Mrs. MelvinA. Tourist presenting the trophies to the win- eye, with increasing inter
Miss Elizabeth Freeman of eight new members witha
: Smith will be installed of the est, the with a 2.6 average for the winter -
GIFT OCCASION Manning, South Carolina, has returned as secretary ners Broadway Pharmacy Tournament. They are, multi-million dollar buffet dinner at GaUxiand.

to Atlanta where she is and treasurer, respectively. -' left to right, MacGillivray, Ercell Wright and Wayne Gal- spending each new space pro- The new members, Daisy quarter.

COMING UP? a senior student at Emory Uni- I breath first Earl Rowsey and Bert Eyerett second. pect proposes. White, Eunice Berlinsky, Evelyn
To be installed as members of Satellite industries New Officials
versity, after spending several (Photo by Hamrick) are spring- Lawson Ann dark Jean Story,
the Board of Directors the
are ing up all over the state. General
days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adrian I Julia Miles, Betty Jean Yates
. ; mesdames Herbert J. Bemholz Electric's big research ana Take Office
::; Bovis. and Dot Hileman,
present. I
how about and John B. Knowles, of St.
Marion-Ellise Kraljev has r- development project for the
ed cards door and
at the
KODAK for Cloud and the mesdames Marty moon-shot name The newly elected mayor and
recognized outstanding serv- Apollo
} ljI4 FLORIDA COUNCIL space capsule I
escortea to the bowl and
: punch
;; commissioners were sworn
Tindall A. L. Kerr, Paul D. city
cameral ices at Pope Air Force Base is going up near Daytona Beach.AerojetGeneral's .
: Fayetteville NJC. She was so Smith, Andrew Ivanoff, and JackC. I site then seated. Dinner followed Tuesday night in the
# acquiredfor
f <' "y with turkey as the main course. I commission chamber.
White all of Kissimmee.
honored at a recent luncheon II future expansion of solid
Makinson was chairmanof Adrian Bovis was sworn in as
I the Officers' Wives dub. propellant rocket motors-, is
I the dinner.
Yacht dub to succeed Albert Rogers
Gamble Met t mayor
I Mr. and Mrs. Warren south of Miami At Sarasota, on
I of Miami visited CHARLES I facilities, and vari: During the business meeting, who did not run for re-election.
and children By IL OGHATEExecutive a surprising the lower west coast Electric-
I Mrs. Gamble's parents, Mr. and Monday NightThe I ( Vice President ety of raw material sources. So Mechanical Research won new conducted\ by Nelda Tarcai. Carroll Starling took Bovis' seat
president, it was announced that the commisskte and commissioner -
Mrs. Marvin Driggers last week. regular meeting of the i Industrial Development I with these advantages, our state NASA related contracts. on
the Florida
Lady Tea George Reynolds was re-
o 'Mrs Driggers is recuperating Corporation of Florida officials and businessmen were
Yacht Club was held Monday,I Electronics is perhaps the fast- the three local elected.
i from recent. cataract operation. April 1, at the club house. Six! How has Florida its economy I able to put Florida in the front est growing industry in the Beta Phi chapters of t

I Edith Wetander, who spent the new member applications were!oriented to tourists, land development I ranks of growing industrialareas. state. It was well established be- Sigma will be held
I winter at the Kissimmee Motor and agriculture Saturday May 11. NO JOB TOO BIG or too small
accepted for approval, Mr. and fore the space age broadened its
Court has returned to her homeat to However the not Mary Frances Prather gavea when k comes to commercial
KODAK Mrs. Andrew Ivanoff Mr. and aged outstrip man-I picture was markets. Estimates are thatemployment
Kirkwood Illinois. in loan most informative program on printing: Call NT-2881 today
states complete. and
Mrs. Harry Sanders, Dan Autrey attracting industry Savings associations in this field
: now exceeds
8 The G. A. Richmonds have Mr. and Mrs. Hulin Snyder, Mr. Even more intriguing how hasit banks, and insurance the arrangement of flowers, explaining and ask for Mr Mean for free
12,000 or an increaseof
,I turned to their home at re-I'and Mrs. Russell Brumbaugh, and done so without offering tax companies often could not extend % as she went along the estimates on your job work.

[ MOVIE KIT 1 1 I burg, Illinois after spending Mr and Mrs. Harrison Kendick. exemptions direct state financial the credit requested by new and Manufacturers 17 in a single looking year. for proper balance, not only in size, You'll be glad you did.
. : shape, color and containers, but
winter here. Saturday, April 6, is to be a assistance or pledging public expanding industries. Banking
Indoor-outdoor The M. C. Banks left Saturdayfor work day at the club house. funds for property purchase and laws, charter restrictions ''and space-age projects are naturally enjoyed by all.
movies to consider Florida
their home at Beaver Falls, Saturday, April 20, is the date plant construction? other limiting factors prevented location.prompted"That's where a busi- Others attending were Beryl \\ .II.ri
with automatic ease! Pennsylvania for the summer set for Chicken Bar-B-que, to I believe that two factors have granting of loans which often Spiers Mary Ida Barber, Mil- i: \

Cvtrythlng for movies Indoors months.Mr. which the Orange Boating Qub been essential to our phenomenal would bring into the state highly ness is, observed one news ser lie Schumaker, Sarah Jane Sch

and out- at surprisingly low I and Mrs. Joseph Berringer has been invited as guests. Dinner post-war industrial developmentand desirable businesses. vice.Other midt, Jean Lupfer, Alice Little-

cost Kodak Automatic 8 Movie left this week to return to their will cost $1.00 each person, the recent addition of a third There were two choices open- factors favor a Florida field, Frances Murphy, Nan Al- TERMITESSWARMING

Camera has electric tyt that home at Grove City, Pa. and a pie per family for mem- one will become increasingly either subsidize new industries plant site, too. Skilled labor and len, Ruby Duke, Jane Kelley

ttti the Un automatically . Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richardsare bers. important. I through tax supported programs technicians are easily recruited.The Anna Mae Quirk Velma Reynolds -, ?

plot built-in filter that lets you now making: their home at Sunday, April 28, there will be The two essentials which have or develop a means of private ideal living conditions anda Virginia Reynolds, Inez

use same roll of color film for Sacqniot, New York. a fishing trip on the Miss Charlotte -I served us so well are: having 'I'financing to work in conjunctionwith wide variety of year-round Whidden and Edna Thacker: call
both Indoor and outdoor shooting :Mr. and Mrs. Grover Winch outdoor recreation that
help so
sell and conventional
out of Canaveral As we something to working lending insti Uric
Kit also Includes light bar have returned to their home at I much in recruiting a work force infr
hard sell Florida is blessed tutions.
cannot charter the boat, you are to it. I State Comptroller Ray E. I
and flood lamps. Great gift! Westfield, New York after spend- expected to arrive early, that is with pleasant climate, plentiful The consensus was that a corporation also make for more contented Green reported yesterday Feb

'62.25 ing the winter months at their before 7 a.m. Fee, $5.00 per per-I labor supply, access to expand- using 100 per cent private workers. Labor is more cooperative ruary sales tax collections basedon the sake of your horn
I home in Cypress Shores. son. ing marekts, fine transportation I' funds and owned by the and man-hour production Is January business totaled $16
Mrs. Minnie Wagenblast has returned I citizens, businesses, and financial relatively high.
to her home here after''I institutions of Florida would pro- In 1961 cash farm crops total- 393,960, an increase of five per CALL

HUNT BROS. spending several months at Tfc. Red Cross: 'Always There . With YOUR Help' | vide the best answer to the prob: $857 million, ranking it 14th in cent or last$794,824 over the same 84-3489
Brooklyn, New York. period year.
lem. The new corporation would the nation. After expenses there
f John Thoman is a patient at be able to lend funds or make remained an average of 42.2c

"THE OPEN FRONT STORE" the Pinedale Nursing Home. 5-. wNTEEQ investments; it could lend for take home cash from each dollar

Frank Moore of Hattiesville, purposes and against collateral the highest rate in the na Thinking of Dining Out?

i Mississippi stopped off this weekto I .. denied conventional lenders.To .

visit the George Freds enrouteto be eligible for a loan the tion.While freezing temperatures
his home after spending the ( Check These AdvantagesElectronicOrdering-
borrower must have been "turn during the December cold snap
i ; winter at St. Petersburg. I ed down" by a conventional probably destroyed about 30% I' S for Fast Service

lender. The new company, to be of the citrus crop, higher pricesfor Broasted Chicken or ShrimpFor

PRESTIGE 4 called the Industrial Development the remaining fruit will] the Best in Eating
i Corporation of Florida, largely offset it.

.. I''' I IIII 'would borrow, funds as needed .With the state's economy now ... .Covered Parking Area for
I OMET' from' itS ember
banks, savings '
4- i largely supported by tourism Year 'Round Comfort
and loan associations, and insur-
r, i fS and industry the loss In agri-
Convenient All :Menu Items
I ance companies to re-lend to Carry-Out on
I FOR YOU i u L cultural income, .if any, has had
qualifying industries. i iI little noticeable effect. CAN YOU DO BETTER ANYWHERE?

In dealing with those "turned i But despite the importance of "Come as you are, dine in your car."
I down" by conventional lenders,
manufacturing and agriculture
ByGeorge IDC would have to exercise caution -
L tourism is still Florida's: biggestand Walt's Freez-ette Drive-in
ReynoldsFor f in making certain its loans
most Important industryand
were' repaid. Obviously it could
1s. j I
it also the
-1SLW produces biggest
Further Information Call 847.2856 or 84.7.2266 I I not borrow more money from money crop. Last year's 14 Highway 17.92 South at the Overpass

j members if it suffered losses Phone 847-4812 for Carry Out
million visitors spent more than
I ;, This meant walking a financial
$1% billion.
,| tightrope ,
This is why Florida's welcome
Kissimmee Furniture Store I With strong support from prom-
mat for the tourist continues to
inent businessmen many of
grow bigger and better than
them members of the Florida
23 Broadway ever. In the last 12 months $90
Council of 100 and state officials
Telephone 8474411A the enabling legislation was I million in new tourist facilities ESPECIALLY FOR
have been added, not including
passed in the summer of 1961: ,
complete free interior decorating service plannedto Located in Orlando, IDC commenced expenditures of many more millions
tConrU.r l.rrl* Juta it., sstd The Nsw York JOURNAL.AMEMCAN) operations in February for improved highways CHILDREN

suit your pocketbook. Featuring Name Brand 1962 with 137 financial institutions parks and public facilities.
Our Red Cross is badly in -need of funds. It always leading the
Tropical sunshine on
Furniture, Bedding, Accessories, Carpets, Accent when need we all over the state com- beaches by day, moonlight on PORTRAITby
responds we help, so urge mitted to lend it funds. Duringthe 11x14

Rugs, Lamps and Draperies. I to give generously. Your help will be first fiscal year ended December the palm trees at night, these
you 31, 1962 loan commit- are still the magic ingredientsof

(Evening Appointments) greatly appreciated as our goal is $5,000.H. I ments totaling $2,128,200 were Florida's appeal. They make Qualify Portraits .

I made. These funds when used the state a powerful magnet for

I SIMMONS will construct 128,700 square feet tourists. . .. ....,.. "..51',. <
of new plant area, purchase Pushing ahead on a record : : $100
equipment, and create 423 new b rea king expansion program. : .
manufacturing jobs. 1962 saw a 300.000 kilowatt unit I. ; -

I Astute businessmen are leery placed in operation at our Riviera ?'/.'. plus sales gaszI

i FINANCING i of tax subsidies and other sugar- plant\ in June and a second .' y

coated programs-they know that similar unit being readied for iy

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I{ I I t'' Brevard"., .. ,- I massive vault rents for less per month than BEER IS A NATURALBrewed

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CENTRAL FLORIDA Florida's traditional beverage of moderation-light, sparkling POSE

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PRODUCTION CREDITASSOCIATION And naturally,Florida's Brewing Industry is proud of the millions YOUR CHOICE OF POSES

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First Bank .
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? rhe Klsslmcaee Gazette, FLu, Tliur* April 4, 1963 Farm ProductionSets !
----V---:7': ;:;:,. >>--. j Observe AnniversaryEastern
Ronald E. Tucker I!Okey Glenn Umphre} .0' Unemployment Pay New Record
-., Star Chapter 62 of Kis- j
Passed Away Thurs. Passed Away Tues. .r: All Florida farm grove and simmee will observe its 50th anniversary ,
I ranch products sold, at farm S
on April 9th p.m. !
Is On Decrease
level, for $836,997,000 last
Ronald E. Tucker 20, of 2902 S ., The progI'IID111' be "Our i
Okey Glenn 65 of ", - - - - -- - year,.the Florida State Chamber -
Julia Street Kissimmee, visitor i Golden Years" and an members t-
from Johnston, Rhode Island, 4317 Bradley Avenue Orlando Unemployment Compensation -II Those reporting decreaseswere of Commerce pointed out and friends are invited to attend f
in its weekly business release.
passed away suddenly early former Kissimmee 'resident -- 1 insurance payments to : Tampa, down $159,184to and help make this a Memorable !
"This amount was the second -
passed away in an Orlando :
Thursday.A Florida jobless dropped $423- $296,036; Miami down $98- evening.
hospital early Tuesday.A 235 from $3,036,840 Haven highest annual total on Matron will also
January's 791 to $574,905; Winter The Worthy
native of Gloucester Rhode native of Joetown, West 1 to a total of $2,613,605 in February down $20,643 to $65,018: Pen- record. The peak year, 1961, honor all Past Matrons and Past
Island, he came to Kissimmee Virginia he moved from Cleve- 1J was 2 per cent (or $21 million
a month J State Industrial Commission sacola down $19,002 to $76,504; Patrons 0( fee chapter.
ago. ) higher than 1962 the
land. Ohio
to Orlando 2
] Chairman A. Worley Orlando, down $17,071 to $119-
He was a member of the Baptist months trade body said. i
ago.Survivors NOTICES
...... { Brown reported. 611; Hollywood down $12,017
Church. "Last year's drop was a result -
include two sons - ;,, Brown pointed out there was to $91,260 St. Petersburg S
Survivors include his lather,! William Guy Umphrey Orlando _,t< .... ,' .1." in ; of decreased receipts OTICE ITCHIER' 4ncvmous
decrease Sarasota
also j
a significant down $10,894 to $95,836; LAW
Jesse F. Tucker, Kissimmee and and Howard Ralph Umph j\; ;' : ; ki ' the number of initial and continued down $10,290 to $38,203; from tobacco and citrus. The TO ALL WHOM ITHEREBY NAME

Johnston. Four brothers, Charles rey. Colombia Station Ohio. ,. ..<. #i.t:. t.. claims for unemployment Clearwater down $10,186 to sale of all fruits, flowers veg-- MAY NOTICE CONCERN IS GIVEN
"" v etables and field came
H. Tucker and Frank A. One sister Mrs. Carrie Cun- also crops
TuCk-I compensation and $46,689; Ft. Pierce down $9,754 that pursuant to the Fictitious!
er, both Gloucester; ingham. Baxter,West Virginia. PEOI'LE-TO-PEOPLE DIPLOMACY i i. _hal American. in the amount of unemployment to $22,713 Daytona Beach to $622,244,000, down 4 per Name Statute."' Section 868 09 of
Tucker and Jesse F. Tucker, Jr.,I Also 3 grandchildren. need hrn louring foreign i I land,., Hrrbrrt W. II M>vrr. Jr, compensation benefits down $9,746; to $32,407; Brad- cent from 1961. Dairy, poultry the 1941 .Florida who are Satutes.the only the parties undersigned.

both Johnston. Two sisters Mrs.; Funeral services will be held (left) pm idrnt and chairman of The Hoover Co.: explain paid in February from the enton, down $8,273 to $24,209; and livestock products sold for I 4 interested In the hereinafter named
to Fells Maneager (rrntrr) and Arthur Earlr. will present
3 business enterprise
$214,753,000. gain.
Mary V. Smith, Johnston and at 2 o'clock Thursday from the Man.agrr i. in charge of Hoover operation* in he preceding month. "This was Lakeland down $6,680 to $53- | "In addition a per sales cent farmers I proof of publication of this Notice
Susie Newman, Smithfield, Grissom Chapel with Pastor \l-extern Hemisphere and Earle of operation in the due to two less working daysin 672; Key West, down $6,451 to ,: to and register with the Clerk of the
Rhode Island. Henry Young of Trinity Lutheran Eastern HemUphere. Hoover ha dirrrted hi* top management ( February and to the regular $13,703; Ft. Lauderdale down !I received an estimated $48 Circuit Florida. Court the fictitious of Osceola name County' Western -

The funeral party left Fridayfor Church officiating. Interment in over<< 100 different rountrir* to ,trivc for seasonal peak of employ- $6,448 to $890,217; West Palm i, million in government payments I Auto Associate Store home
to follow in Osceola better understanding: between people* of the world. ment in the state he said. I home consumption and owned by J. A. 'Jim1 Campbell.
Greenville, Rhode Island Beach, down $5,497 to $100.- under which they are engaged In
book the
where funeral survices were to Memory Gardens. Grissom Funeral "All segments of industry 244; Tallahassee, down $5,270 :! credits bringing I business at 123 Broadway. Klsslnvme
Home is in charge of 'UGLY AMERICAN' IMAGE ABROAD CAN BE gross farm income total to *. Osceola County. Florida. this
be held with interment to followin showed a decline in the initial to $44,384; Ocala, down $3,161 i,about $885 million last 29th da> of March A, D. 1963
Acotes Hill Cemetery, Che- arrangements. ELIMINATED, SAYS H. W. HOOVER, JR. claims load except citrus can- to $15,877; Gainesville, down !I "Data on production year.expen Mr James A. Campbell
E. Campbell
patch, Rhode Island. Grissom "Americans don't have to True too many Americans f J ning. $2,390 to $16,997; Fort Walton I ses of Florida farmers are not April 4. 11. 18. 2R l<1R.1
Funeral Home was in charge of Bertha M. Whalon present an 4Ujrly American' stick to themselves However, for the first time Beach, down $2,043 to $27,393; ,yet available for last year but --
abroad." while touring" Hoover ad- since the latter part of 1961, Marianna down $1,246 to $27-.
arrangements. image : during the past five years If TW MATOt AND COT COMMSSIOKttSor
Succumbed FridayBertha So says one of the United mitted, "and worse, too Brown said, initial and continued 845; Lake City down $1,037 to !these expenses have drained nJWMH wfti NOT 01 CANNOT rot
few bother to learn the claims, number of Melbourne down :
international $11,373 ,
85 of 213 States leading: ; MSH SIlVIa rot TNt CUSTOMUS
M. Whalon i off 53 to 59 per cent of the walK
W. Hoover, other fellow's language weeks and amount of benefits :
Rev. businessmen, $916 to $18,482. I
Mitchell Street. Kissimmee, income.
Jr., whose extensive interests even enough to 'get by paid show a slight increase The nine with increases I gross
86 Died in Tampa passed away Friday after a overseas as an electrical appliance "We need a 4people-to-people over the same activities of a were: Panama City, up $10- "Details of expenses for I co K1SS1MMO.OUT or TW wane uwwss.OH .
lengthy illness. She was the widow manufacturer bring him diplomacy when visiting for- ago.Ulfo extent 1961 show that the largest I
year a great 170 to $68,902 Palatka $8- !
of George Whalon who in frequent contact with busi- eign lands.This should be practiced I ; up single item was $130,700,000 for SO MANY THINGS 10 II DOM IN
Funeral services for Rev. here In 1942.A nessmen of more than 100 on all levels-the State this reflects the effects of the 537 to $29,328; Perry, up $6- i,hired labor Purchased feed nSSIMMEE AND SO UTTU KING DONIIT
Frederick L. Crowson 86, of 607S. passed away countries. Department, business and freeze damage this year in the 817 to $16,247; Jacksonville, I fertilizer THAT OlD GANG AND CHOW IN THE
amounted to $79,300,000
Newport were from the Temple native of Lodi, New York, "Most Americans travel tourism. When European businessmen vegetable growing and citrus up $4,524 to $276,848; Sanford, !: ; an HAIL
she had been a resident of this ,and American businessmen areas of the state" he said. $2,094 to $13,193 Cocoa and lime $72,400,000;
Terrace Southern Methodist the 36 ing or living abroad are learn we both have up ; seeds bulbs and plants $12 LOtS $10 DOWN $I MONTH FOI
community past Brown reported that
pay'ments $1,015 to $20,270 Leesburg I
Church in Tampa with the Rev. not the 'fatheads so common interests and problems up ; 300,000 and new poultry and HOUSES TIAHIIS 01 lUStNISS.
years. sweepingly indicted by were down in 23 unemployment up $826 to $36,350; Ft. Myers,
Weber Walker. the pastor of- there will be less chance for livestock $11,300,000. Repairsand I
ficiating. Graveside services and She was a member of the authors Lederer and Bur- misunderstanding. When tourists compensation claims up $380 to $41,123; and Belle! maintenance EDDIE CLEMONS.
interment First Methodist Church, USWV dick in their best selling learn to play the role of offices over the state and up Glade up $185 to 3,341. of buildings TtOrtCAl MIX3K&aaQ
followed at the Jupiter and machinery cost $45,700-
Ladies Auxiliary and the Rebekah novel 'The Ugly American guests in foreign countries and in nine. I
Cemetery, with the Rev. George Lodge. *,'* Hoover adiised. not high; lords from across the !i 000; and all other operating i iI
L. Hopkins officiating. Pallbearers "However it is high time big water looking down on I expenses ranging from black-
Survivors include two brothers
were W. O. Williams Sam America realized it cannot their poor subjects a bond of Special Train To ;smithing to greenhouse equipment
Clifford Armstrong Fen t o n,
Black. W. H. Clubb Mike Egerer. buy friendship with money friendship will develop that no t and pesticides came to
Michigan and George W. Armstrong amount of dollar-aid
alone. $53,100,000.
E H. Morrow and L. C. "
Detroit, Michigan. Also "Understanding and humilityis will buy. "Depreciation of buildingsand
Davenport. Arrangements were
in charge of the Duval Funeral several nieces and nephews. a beter approach to foreign "sell Hoover America contended abroad" pro-the Passion Play SetTickets |I equipment accounted for
Funeral services were held at friendships. Every representative I$40,100,000; property taxes$21,700,00O
Home'r 3800 Nebraska Avenue. gram must be initiated
2 o'clock Monday from the Gris- that visits outside the U. S. here by Americans. "We __ I ; interest on debt
som Chapel with the Rev. John should consider himself a sales- are our brothers' keepersand are now on sale fora passengers a distance of two $14,900,000 and, rent to land
FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL Briley Minister of the First man of American goodwill. some of our American second Atlantic Coast Line miles between the ACL depot\lords $14,000,000."The .
PRINTING call the Gazette office Methodist Church officiating.The Business firms should insist brothers made mistakes special train from this area and the Passion Play Amphi. 1961 expenses came to j < % I

847-2881. Free estimateson USWV Ladies Auxiliary Ritual that their agents study and overseas that" today we to be operated on Good Friday theatre, and return at no extra -t I$495,500,000, or 55 per cent of |
all of job printing understand their foreign contacts must correct, he stated.
types was conducted in the chapel. "Personal will April 12, to Lake Wales cost. I the gross income from agricultural -i
well as they contact good Jinmtr
as Smtrteit luntheo or reses'sea.
Casketbearers were furnished by products they have to sell," and tact a sincere effort to where passengers will see a Other special trains this year! production.This expense i_ Central }".r fllI. Dilijlt
Flowers For All Occasions Makinson-Carson Post. Number Hoover urged. understand foreign customs colorful evening performance have originated at St. Petersburg |total was some $28 million II your ffmdy . honor your gusts

10, American Legion. Obsequiesat Citing "cocky attitudes" of and outlooks along with effortsto of the world-famous Black Sarasota, Tampa and|more than the 1960 figure." .:i . by bringing tlem to this t'1I1,

ELLIE HUGH'S'LORIST ,Rose Hill Cemetery in chargeof some American tourists of a learn foreign languages; will Hills Passion Play. Fort Myers. Another, from| Passion Play officials Febru- *.iqae dining room.Fi.
the Rebekah Lodge. Grissom decade ago Hoover said he do much to blot out"the 'Ugly Originating at Sanford the Jacksonville is planned April I ary.l\Iarch.April (i *. Gan,,. A ran....
Hoover .
Funeral Home was in charge of found through extensive travel proposed.American'"Finally picture. we must I train will again make stopsat 20th. 1 The Passion Play opened its ; ..c-c.-

JSIIOAOWAT M7-45tl arrangements. talking with workers as wellas remember that a gracious welcome Winter Park, Orlando and The April 12th special train i'!' eleventh season at Lake Wales .111 :
businessmen-that it was a and a helping hand to the Kissimmee. Coast Line repres- from Central Florida will be s!i Sunday, February 10th; performances !. 1t a:
self-centered unthinking few increasing number of tourists entatives urge that tickets be the eighth of a probable ten i,< continue through S .. u.. ....rt.r
Call. 234 Head SoldAt and not the majority of American visiting our own country also purchased well in advance at planned by Coast Line and 1 Sunday, April 21st. I e..4m o.rt..M
tourists abroad that fostered will do much to replace this the nearest ACL depot. ,'" -I
Par.... Furniture Co.. the Kissimmee Livestock a poor image of the U. S. false face" I James H. Pitts, Assistant
Market Wednesday 234 cattle General Passenger Agent, said
For prornptR.polrofYour and calves were sold compared tickets are available in Orlando

REFRIGERATOR 847-4171 I to 288 a week ago. County Asked To-I at the ACL ticket office I IIf

Phono Compared to last Wednes- and depot also at ACL depotsin ESCAPE' ARTIST

day slaughter classes about Sanford Winter Park and

Christian Science I teady except steers too few Kissimmee. All seats both on
for test and bulls poorly test Support Improvement the train and at the Lake

Society ed. Stocker steers poorly tested Wales Amphitheatre, are re you'd like to escape everything but pure enchantment .

Lodi Wednesday 8 p. m. however appeared generally served. S try this Chevy II Nova SS with full Super Sport
County officials are being ask. The resident fresh water fish I
309 N. Randolph strong heifers and cows The Sanford-Orlando train
instrument Front bucket
I...., Senk.. ....ari'". U.... about steady and calves unevenly ed to support the fresh water ing license would be 'increasedby . will consist of a minimum of equipment. Special eJustar. k..l . . . ':30.... t steady. fishing improvement bill. Game 51- to a total of $3. 12 coaches and two diesel en- seats. All-vinyl interior. Distinctive SS identification.
Standard and good yearling Warden Earn Sullivan said yes- gines. A baggage car will be Full wheel disks. Choice of three-spejed shift or floor-

,. slaughter heifers $20.00 23.00, terday. Guild used as food headquartersfrom mounted Powerglide automatic with sporty range
LEARN BARBERING Utility 16.50 18.75. The bill is being sponsored by Wesleyan which a group of Edge- selector console.

Insure wellpayingprofession Year future la a Utility cows 16.75 18.75, Sportsmen's dubs In the state Elects Officers water High School (Orlando) 0CHEVY All this plus Chevy: II standard features: flush-and-
and is endorsed by the Florida
Cutter 15.25 16.75 few Canner people will
CUsseeVVA. young dispense
Day & Jfi/cht/
Approved I 13.50 14.00. Game and Fresh Water Fish Officers of the Wesleyan Service sandwiches and soft drinks. dry ventilating system that helps remove rust-causing

Orlando Barber College j Utility bulls 17.00 19.25. Commission. Guild were elected at the Departure time from San- elements from rocker panels; batt ry-easing Delcotron

3399 S. Orange GA W875 Blossom!! Tr. I Standard and good calves Sullivan said the program would meeting held Monday night at the ford is 4 p.m. Stops at Winter generator; convenient self-adjusting brakes; longer

21.00 24.00. Utility 18.00 2L- help control water hyacinths, home of Misses Parah and Sarah Park 4:20: pjn; Orlando 5 p. lasting exhaust system; styling morning coffee,

50.Few rough fish, help build boat landings Zlark. They include Miss Helen m.; Kissimmee 5:20: p.m.; arrival poured into a rugged Body by Fisher-and more.
STOVES REFRIGERATORS standard Vealers 29.00- and access roads, and make Bass president; Mrs. Robert Eby. time at Lake Wales 6:20: You'll find two live cheaply one-when
can as as
30.25 for more game fish. vice president; Mrs. Charles II
USED Good and Choice 9100 1000 Sullivan'outlined the purpose of Hawk secretary and Mrs. Jane pjn.More than 500 persons were they're living it up in a new Chevy II'!"Optiond utruOItt.

FURNITURE lb. feederstocker steers 21.50- the act to: to create fish man- Stanko treasurer. on board the recent special

Sowefl.ThurmordS 22.75 Medium.400-550 lb yearlings -agement areas to improve fresh Secretaries of lines of work are train from Sanford Tuesday.

20:00-2325: : Common 17.- water fishing to acquire and de- Dorothy Dunsmore Status of March 19. Last year 900 men, :
1015 West Church ORLANDO : .
J 50 19.50. vplrm -arrpss- tn -fishintr" waters Women; Margaret Bast Christian women and children boardedthe S.
I lacking adequate public access Social Relations; Sarah Clark very first ACL-Passion
YOURS! THIS LIVING CROSS Eft BEDDED IN THE SACRED facilities; to renovate and restore Literature and Publications; 'Play special train to Lake : \f!

worn out fishing waters, and to Katherine Allen Missionary Edu- Wales ever operated from the
This LeUnrd.\ Blowing crow, embedded inprdntul a EARTH OF MT. CALVARY! acquire and develop new fishing cation and Service; Mim Hutchinson four cities. '
containing the Marl rank of MLCiKiry. -
.,here Je us suffered and died to .. I waters. promotion; Susanne McFar- The complete package cost
icivr us the promise of eternal life..tea be fREEI .ZS\ ? The county commissionerswould land. Spiritual Life; Dot Cody for adults from Sanford is $5,-
fount This luminous shimmering ,hite crow have to designate a fish Supply Work; Mrs. R. R. Pollom, 70, children (through 11 years
pilgrimage M a shining to )symbol It. Calvary*f Thousands/.' and if you I I management area and such an coordinator; Vehna Reynolds Local -I of age) $3.45; from Winter I IS

nearnem |o Him. The same sacred earth!, act now! /A % area would have to be approvedby Church !Activities; Parah I Park, adults-$4.95 children
stained and cleansed kith the precious Uood You'll receive an .. \ the game commission. dark membership; Betty Thy -$295; from Orlando adults
and tears or our Savior can be your right at authentic Urgephotograph All 'fishermen, except residentsof publicity.Mrs. -$4.70. children-$2.75; from
your Jillnlips..alnft! Because this sacred from more than 65 and children under Pollom presented the pro- Kissimmee, adults $4.70
row glows like a living thing) you see it at Mt. Calvary. the
night when yon awake from trotMfi deep.. tame view asa..sbyour i 15 years of age would be gram on "Suffering", stressingthe children-$2.35. Price covers
always near to comfort you and yours intWU ,-1 I I required to have a license to fish suffering of heart and mind round-trip rail fare and ad-
and licltxeu. Keep a protecting cross dying! Savior... I I IL.dus in such fish management areas.On rather than physical. She said mission to the Passion Play
in your ear and where you "vork. also. Send
for your cross tOiUy II you're not enthralled f :fl'Y M ... 'I" :tlYI other waters no change "We need to try to have our tax included.
with thU glowing cross embedded ia McrW Is _c.a: _CIIedI I would be made in fishing license eyes as eyes of Christ-to reach Local citizens, under super?
e.rth return it within tea day and yourS Mmr Offer. MM futk Lmmt Can ..1iN4' .1.1I requirements. out to the four comers of the' vision of the Greater Lake .
money will be fully refunded. S tu/.ctia. u : U 2 tor U.OO. rMUf* HU..ZONE 'II Wales S
.'olmitlf gUS* HL Send cash check or Is I- I (According to the proposed act. world-to broaden our horizonsto Chamber of Commerce,
I. alter 1, $1 of the resident do bit extend a remarkable spirit of :
money order (BO eo..!.) to: I IlAMr July our to eliminate suffer' .
I I II fishing license fee would be set ing". I community support by provid.
CHRISTIAN IMPORTS I saoats'L I aside for fishing improvement ing as many as 150 cars and t i rr .

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Judge of Osceola County. Florida. ola County. Florida. this 8th day of KISSIMMEE The KisslnJbee Gazette, Kisslmmee ,FUu, Thar, April 4, IMS 7
NOTICES fir approval of said final return March. A.D. 1963.GLENN MOTOR COURT KENANSVILLEBy
and for an order of distributionand RAY
L IN THE CO IT NTT JUDGE'S for final discharge as AdminIstrator CLERK OF CIRCUIT. Betty Bass Sorority Holds r Legion AuxiliaryTo
COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. with Will annexed of the COURT NEWS

FLOBIDA.CASE NO. 5691 estate of Ruth M. Marshall. deceased - OSCEOLA COUNTY.. Ritual Jewels I Meet TonightThe
IN RE ESTATE OF ) '*_.* : Mr. and Mrs Fred Wilson and I
: Dated March 20. 1963. (Circuit Court Seal) ,
by Loran B. Gleadall .
STANLEY A. DOW1AT. ) Erford A. Woods By /Ellanore O- Jowers Donna spent Saturday and Sun- American Legion Auxiliary -
c Deceased ) The home of Mrs.Ken Caldwell -
As Administrator with Will Deputy Clerk
day with her sister and family
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Annexed: of the estate of L. Pharr Abner of Earl Hayward and cousin Minnie formers grandmother Mrs. was the scene of the beautiful will hold the regular
To All Creditors. Legatees. Distributors Ruth M. Marshall deceased Turnbull and Abner the Fred Leslies at Lakeland. On monthly meeting in the Legion
and All Persons Having Phillip R. Kelley Suite 490 Hayward were Wednesday Thomas Drigger Sunday afternoon their return at the : Ritual of Jewels pledge
they stopped
Claims or Demands Against Said P. O. Box 331 (12 East Monument) New England Building ,' afternoon visitors of Mr. and ceremony of Beta Sigma PhI. Home Thursday night at 8 p
Estate. Kissimmee. Florida Post Office Box .217 Phosphate Valley Exposition
You and each of you are hereby Attorney for AdministratorMarch Winter Park. Florida Mrs. Conrad Seyfried. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bay of which they found interesting. Mrs. Caldwell as president of m.The
notified and required to present 28. April 4. 11. 18. Attorneys for Plaintiff very the Beta Epsilon chapter con meeting will follow a
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall
any claims which you. or either of :March 14. 21. 28.: April 4. 1963. were Arlington Virginia were Thurs- J. E. Mcllvoy visited his sis covered dish supper at 7 p.m
you. may have against the estateof .. ,_ Saturday dinner guests of Mr. I and of Mr. ferred the degree on new
I NOTICE TO DEFENDIN T day Friday guests ter, airs.' M. A. Kirker and family The unit will bold a rum
Stanley A Dowlat. deceased THE CIRCUIT COURT OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH members, Mrs. Van Bass Mrs.
Mrs. Frank
and Pyle. Lavon and Mrs. Wilbur Olin.
late of Osceola County. Florida at West Palm Beach over
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR Bill Hasty, Mrs. Ralph Loh- mage sale Saturday, April 6th.
to the County Judge of Osceola i I AND FOR COUNTY OF OS OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN Mr. and Mrs. Roy Devinney, the weekend. While there they beginning at 7:30 a.m in the
County Florida at Kisslmmee. In St.Mesdames man, Mrs Bill Makinson and
] Winifred Bell Inez Orlando called Mr. and Mrs.
Florida. within six calendar months' Chancery. ROBERT M. RUDULPH. TEACHERS INSURANCE AND ) on went bowling. Mrs. Gene Nalley. vacant fruit stand on Main
from the date of the first pUbllca-'I'' Plaintiff. vs FREDERICA E. RU- ANNUITY ASSOCIATION OF ) Stiner. Harry Hudson and M. Holland Acker Wednesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hancock Street
tion of this notice. Each During the business meet
DULPH. The State of Florida to AMERICA. a corporation organized ) G. Brown were guests at a des- from Riverview here last
demand must be In writing and FREDERICA E. RUDULPH. You and existing under the ) were ing Mrs. Clyde Bass announced All those having articles for
must state the place of residence' are hereby notified that a suit In laws of the State of New York. ) sert luncheon bridge party at Mrs. Robert Earley and Ar- week. Work is progressing on the this sale are asked to bringit
and post-office address of the claimant plans for the Founders
and be sworn to by claimant. I equity against for you divorce by ROBERT has been M.brought RU- vs. Plaintiff. )) the home of Mrs. Rena Adkins thur Johnson visited Bok Tower home they. are building. Their Day celebration. Members and to this location as early as

his agent or attorney. or the same: DULPH in the Circuit Court of the ROBERT RAY FAULKNER ) Saturday afternoon.Mr. and called on Mr. and Mrs. friend and neighbor who has the husbands invited possible S
will become void to law. are to a
This the 26th day of March. 1963:I I Ninth County Judicial of Osceola.Circuit State in and of Flo-for and NERo GLORIA his wife.JEAN FAULK- )) ana Mrs. Joseph Larue William Rowell in Haines City adjoining lot was here also. steak dinner to be held at the

JENNIE Administratrix BUJWITAs of Estate !I I rida. and you are hereby summoned Defendants. ) Alpena Michigan called on Mr. Sunday.Mr. Recent visitors to Mr. and Mrs. local Elks Club on April 24th. SHOP IN KISSIMMEE
ordered and required to NOTICE OF SUIT Mrs. Harvey Elmer Friday and : John Tankersley include Mr. and
of Stanley A. Dowlat. De your written answer or defenses to TO- ROBERT RAY FAULKNER and Mrs. Irve Vernett. New officers for the coming

ELLIS ceased.F. DAVIS the Complaint filed herein against and GLORIA JEAN. FAULKNERhis I evening. Bay Street were calling on Mr. Mrs. Gene Cox and Dennis of year were elected. Mrs Rob-
you In the above entitled cause. in wife John Talisdors of Gloster St. Cloud; Ed Webb and family
Kissimmee Florida the office\ of the Clerk of the Circuit and to any and all other parties Mrs. and Mrs. E. M. Gilbert Friday ert Guynn was elected president -
Attorney for Admx. Court in and for Osceola claiming any right title and/or Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Charles evening.Jim Orlando; Thelma Alford and Myra ; Mrs. Buddy llikellice
Apr. 4, 1L 18, 25. 1963 County. Florida at his office In Interest in and to the following des- Orlando visitorsof Lowry, Ellenton; Maude and Wes NOT KSfONSmi FOI THI UM-COOfH-
the Court House in Kissimmee. cribed property to wit: Stevenson, were Tampa spent Saturday president; Mrs. Gene Nalley
IN COURT OF COUNTY-JUDGE Florida. on or before the 29th day Lot 18. KISSIMMEtf HIGH- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stevenson -' with his parents Mr. ana Harvey, Okeechobee who also visited recording secretary: Mrs. Reid ATM ACTON TAKfN IT TW MATOt AW
OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDAIN of April. A.D. 1963. and to servea LANDS REPLAT according to Henry and Helen Hornsbyon
RE: ESTATE OF RUTH copy of such answer or defenses the plat thereof as recorded In Sunday afternoon. .1 Mrs. George Wright.Pvt. McWhirter corresponding secretary CITY COMMHStONIU Of BSStMMH TO*
M. MARSHALL. deceased. upon Thacker and Thacker. Plaintiffs Plat Book 1. Page 360. Public Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hudson. 1st Class Gregory Smith Sunday.Mr. ; Mrs Esther Pollom, matte siivia NOT AVAOABU rot THI
NOTICE OF FILING PETITION attorneys herein. whose ad- Records of Osceola County, Florida and Mrs. Tankersley visited '
FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF dress is Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lawrence I I left Tuesday for his new assignment treasurer; Mrs Duane Watts. MANY UMRtfS THAT WANT TO MOVf IN
ADMINISTRATOR WITH on or before said date as reQuired Including specifically but not by visited in Cocoa Beach Monday.Mrs. .: at Ft. Bragg North Caro the Ed Webb family at Or- extension officer; Mrs. Bill
WILL ANNEXED by law. If you fail to do .way of limitation. the following fixtures Poulos entertained -!II lando one day last week. Mr. Hasty, civil defense officer AND UYI IN TIOKCAl PAIL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Decree Pro Confesso will be and equipment:
so a lina.Mrs. he is EDDIE CLEMONS
that I have filed my final return (,entered against you for the relief Surface unit and oven; heater; Mr. and Mrs. William : Walter Broomfield was Tankersley says giving up Mrs Raymond Yates and
a* Administrator with Will annexedof In the Complaint. permanently Installed. 'I. commercial fishing and will sell ton $10 DOWN
demanded Chastain Restau- Mrs. Bob Berlinsky had the I I $1 MONTH f IHOURS.
the estate of Ruth M. Marshall. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Eichorst at discharged from the Orange his lines.
deceased; that I have filed my petition said Circuit Court of Osceola County. the Plaintiff TEACHERS IN- rant, Orlando for Tuesday din I Memorial Hospital Thursday to eight new complete program for the evening on .Tunas 01 RUTHlESS
for distribution and for final Florida. and the seal of said SURANCE AND ANNUITY ASSOCIATION i Mrs. Annie Boney, who has "Nature," during which they
discharge and that on the 30 day Court at Kisslmmee. Osceola Coun OF AMERICA. a corpo- 1 her home in the Court. been recuperating from broken
of April. 1963. I will apply to the ty Florida on the 25th day of ration organized and existing under ner.Mr.. and Mrs. Samuel Crowl I j Tom Wells Cape Canaveral held a contest to see who could
Honorable O. P. Johnson. CountyMSIER March. A.D.. 1963. the laws of the State of New York. leg fell and brokethe other hip identify by sight the most
fsGLENN RAY has Instituted suit against you In entertained Mr. and Mrs. Her- spent the weekend with his par- on Sunday. '
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial man Bolster, Manheim, Pennsyl-I[ ents :Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Wells plants, leaves and blossoms. SAND ROCK
Hank has
COURT. OSCEOLA Circuit. In and for Osceola I really Mrs Bus Quirk was first and
COUNTY. FLORIDA County. Florida. the nature of the I vania to dinner on Wednesday I and family. lucky in patching tagged fish. On Mrs. Clyde Story second. MORTAR MIX
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) suit is to foreclose that certain i Mr. and Mrs. George Robbins, I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Biamount STEEL & WIRE MESH
Thacker and Thacker mortgage which encumbers the Monday morning he caught two, Each received an arrange
Attorneys for Plaintiff above described property. said prop Orlando on Tuesday and Mr. of Tampa were Sun-Jay dinner bringing the number to eight for ment of spring flowers as
Kissimmee. Florida erty being situated and located in'' Mrs. Jacob Strickler Mt. of Mr.
and guests ana Mrs. Alvin the I
March 28. April 4, 11. 18. 1963. Osceola County Florida. You and season so far. their prize.
I.I each of you are hereby required to Joy. Pennsylvania on Thursday.Mr. Rabideau. The sick list last week included Mrs. Caldwell and Mrs. J 1
IN THE COURT OF THE file your Answer with the Clerk of and Mrs. Jack McNall, There were six tablesof 500 Vickers and Sheldon and '
COUNTY JUDGE. OSCEOLA I. the Circuit Court in and for Os Gene Z. Schmidt served delicious :
CARDS FOR < COUNTY. FLORIDA ceola County Florida and serve a Bell Plains Iowa; Mr. and Mrs.I and one of canasta in play at Rev. Pete Strickland. We are refreshments to the following: -I r rI

APRIL 14 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO copy thereof upon Harold A. Ward, McMullen, Deansboro, New the card party Friday 'have shown I -
SUNDAY MAKE APPLICATION FOR ]11. of the firm of Winderweedle.Haines Roy f evening.Mrs. glad they improvement. Mmes Alice Littlefield Bus 0
FINAL DISCHARGE & Ward. 224 Park Avenue.I York; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Balding Violet Hosier won high Quirk, Gene Speirs, Clyde

IN WAVERLEY RE: THE B.ESTATE NEWSOME.OF South. Winter for Plaintiff Park. in Florida.the above Attorneys t Kankakee, Illinois; Louis I score for the evening and Louis Bass, Ed Brinson Bob Berlin-1''I KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX
HUNT deceasedIN action on or before the 15th day Klotz. Lansing, Michigan; Misses -! Klotz for .the men. Mr. Klotz al- Creek sky Pat Clark, Jim Dyer, Byron -
PROBATETO of April 1963 else a Decree Pro I and Inez Jordon, Pro I Shingle !I
ALL WHOM IT MAY. CON- Confesso will be entered against Elsie so won high score for the Hileman Bob Guynn,
CERN: you i! vidence. Rhode Island; Mr. and 1! month. Church Calls MeetingA John Spencer, Wells Moon I! Phone
Notice Is hereby given that I IT IS ORDERED that this be : 847-3524
have filed my final report as Executor published in The Kissimmee Gazette Mrs. Webster South Weymouth I Mr. and Mrs: Oscar Weller Dick Luzadder, Lee Graves I.

of the Estate of WAVER a newspaper published in Osce- Mass.; Mrs. Edith Wetander I and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stewart I special meeting of the Clyde Story, Charles White, I

LEY B. NEWSOME. deceased: thatI ola County. Florida once each week Miss Frances Seldon. Kirkwood Methuen Mass. were Thurs- Membership arid Evangelism Raymond Yates, Gene Nalley I:
have filed petition for final discharge for four consecutive weeks. i '
'!: and that I will apply to the WITNESS the hand of the Clerkof I Illinois left during the past week!: day and Fn lay guests of Mr Stewardship and Finance and Bill Hasty, Ralph 'j GREEN'S FUEL

1IFF. : Judge Honorable of Osceola O. P. Johnson County. Florida.County I ty.the Florida.Circuit this Court.the Osceola 8th coun-I for their homes after spendingsome I I and Mrs. Charles Coburn. Education Commissions is Bill Makinson, Van LOhman.n'j

on the 30th day of April. 1963 for March. 1963.CIRCUIT I time in the Court. I :\Ir. and Mrs. Orville Wilcox called for this Friday night at George MullerWesleyan Sales and Service
approval of same and for final discharge -I ( COURT SEAL) 'I 7:30: at the church. It is Important !
I Conrad and
as Executor of the Estateof /GLENN RAY Mr. and Mrs. Seyfried and Mrs. Rolfe Lansing -
WAVERLEY B. NEWSOME deceased Clerk of the Circuit Court J attended a fish fry Thursday. Michigan were callers of that all members of I 1 PHONI$47-4172 1474171KISSIMMEf
\VInderweedle. Haines & Ward. the commissions be present. Guild To i
This 1st day of March. A.D. 1963 224 Park Avenue. South I evening at the home of Marie;Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walworth The Sacrament of the Lord's

(s) C. A. Walker Winter Park. Florida I Hayward on the Bogg Creek j Friday. Hold Sale |!I .
Executor of the March 14. 21, 28, April 4. 1963. Supper will be observed at the Rummage : For Gas Debitry: Phone
Estate ofWaverley Road. j Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert regular worship service next i, Harold Wial 847-3058
B. Newsome Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hiestand! and Pvt. 1st Class Gregory I R. A. Fletcher 847-4539
deceased. Lucas Proposes New Sunday morning at 10:20. The The Wesleyan Service Guild I
visited the latters Aunt Mrs.i i Smith spent Sunday with their t Kennett.edlOe/
THACKER AND THACKERP.O. pastor, W P. Hanks will bringa of the First Methodist Church :
Box 527. Kissimmee Fla. Mobile Home Court I Hattie St. John in Tampa Thurs-!jaunt Mrs. Paula Shadlow in brief "The Power i 892-7695 (St. Oowd) -
message will hold
_Attorneys for Executor II a rummafee sale Saturday j I I Far Gas Servtce: Phone
28. April 4. 11 18 1963 day and called on Mr. and Mrs.J Vero Beach. of the Gospel" and Mrs. on Broadway on the I I J. B. RowntrM 847-4062
C. H. (Pete) Lucas has
ex- Harry StClair Zephyrhills. Thurs-'; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Walworth Lombardy will sing "It Is No
' : : IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Logsdon property.NO Robert Aden
: NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN plained plans he has for proper- day afternoon. ana Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Secret." A special offering for I I Emory Bronton 847-4570

C % AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. ty adjacent to his home provid-i Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stevensonare 1! Gleadall were dinner guests at 'One Great Hour of Sharing"will Leo Girourd 847-2061

.'. .. I. IN CHANCERY FLORIDA.NO. 6457 ing he can get it rezoned. I spending the week with Mrs.Stevenson' .i 1[ the St. Cloud Hotel Saturday be received at this servo JOB TOO BIG or too small:I! R. H. HaH 892-1212, St. Cloud
PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK ) He said he plans on making i sister Mrs. Harry evening. when it comes to commercial or caN H. T. Simmons; Mgr.

'; t *" OF States CEDARHURST.corporation a United )) it into a mobile home park. j Gregory in Sarasota.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Cortrightwere ice.The evening service will be printing. Call 847-2881 today i I I 847-4819

4It C, vs Plaintiff. ) He said it wQuld be called the and Mrs. Iris Wolgeth, Sunday dinner guests of held at the usual hour, 6:30: and ask for Mr Mears for free I I Robert O'Berry 847-3219

: A. NEAL ALFORD and NANCY ) Orange Valley Mobile Home j Orlando were Friday evening t their daughter Mr. and Mrs. o'clock. estimates on your job work.t R.Evans W. laslrter St.Cloud 8473442John 892-3482

; T. ALFORD.FARMER his wife. B. HAROLD ) Court. j dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.I Harold OHenberg in Orlando. The Membership Training You'll be glad you did. I
.I and
FARMER. his wife. and CASH ) Lucas said it would be loca-1 Samuel Crowl.Mr. : Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Littell Class will meet at 9:30: am -

BROTHERS., INC. a Florida. ) ated on about 15 acres of | and Mrs. William Eichorst I called on Mrs. Mae Yaples. Or- each Sunday morning. 1

For Any Of corporation Defendants. )) land rigid strictions as to the.t will celebrate thein:twenty. sepnd -lando 'Saturday! afternoon, ' ,. I''

'-'> ., :, I MORTGAGE.: NOTICE FORECLOSURE'OF'SUIT- typji1rflr |
I TO: 'B HAROLD FARMER and ti.Y 1- nd.itwotL1d be primarily t Friday. 'Congratulations.l Lancaster t. ,"New.. _. York! ; wit b., 'Club.To MeetThe .
These Services ANNA whose L. FARMER for retired persons as no children Mr. and Mrs. Lee Engel. Mel- Mrs. Maud Powell and Mrs. Violet -. Dr. Darrow II. Catty wishes exptelfi .Yaeere'tliaiiK* to

1209 McRee address Drive Is or pets would be allowed t .bourne were Thursday dinner Hosier spent Wednesday in i Men's Club of the the many patient. end friend. who vUited him sent get well

New Houses Valdosta. Georgia He said a clubhouse swimming 'i, guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Orlando.Mr. Shingle Creek Methodist card and telephoned him daring hi. period of disability.
You are hereby directed to take Church will meet this Thursday Also a specIal thank to Dr. Robert Moorman and Dr. Rich.
notice that a suit has been filed pools and other facilities I. Littell and on Friday they entertained and Mrs. Ralph Paeltz of you
April 4th, at the church, ard Learner who helped in hi. office while ha. wa And
ca against you In the above Court. away.
CommercialStructures I for those residing there would Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Johnson Russellville, Ohio visited Mr.
The nature of the suit. or proceed- when an address on "ServingGod lat but not least a public thank to Dr. J. Z. Schmidt (or hi. excellent
ing. Is a Complaint for foreclosureof be .built as soon as the project I II i Bartow to dinner. and Mrs. Harold H. Bleadall With Time and Personal- profeeeional care.
a mortgage. The of the
Court in which said name suit. or pro-I got under way. I'I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young Friday morning. ity" will be brought.All Dr. Catty will be returning to hi. office (or a limited practice
0 Remodeling reeding. Is pending is the Circuit He said the streets would be 'Washington D.C. called on Mr. Several ladies were in attend- men of the church and farting Tuesday April 2nd and Friday April 5th.

Court IP and of for the Osceola Ninth County Judicial, Florida.Circuit. paved. I and Mrs. Ed Watts Friday morn-I ence for ladies day in the Lodgeon community are invited to at

Addfcisns in Chancery No. 6457. The title of The hearing will be held April II Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments tend.

the suit Iff PENINSULA NATIONAL -f 8 before the city zoning com ing.Mrs.. Mae Clemons was the were served by Mes-' -
8 Aluminum! United States corporation versus A a mission. Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and i dames Alvin Rabideau. C. F. i THE DEPHDABIES[ BUILT BYDODBEIICOMPACT'- '.---= -- ,- -- -- : - - - .

NEAL ALFORD and NANCY T. I Littell and Harold Gleadall. j
Sitshtg ALFORD. his wife. B. HAROLD Mrs. Michael Sereno.
FARMER and ANNA L. FARMER. The Via Delorosa Mrs. Harriet Wohlfert, Thelma, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fischer
his and BROTHERS.INC. .
AbunhnnlAwnings .wife.. a Florida corporation. The Dowell and Maude Shannon were St. Petersburg and Mr. and Mrs.

description of the real property and Subject of TalkThe Sunday afternoon visitors of I Alfred Akenhead were Sunday
equipment Involved in said proceedIng -
described in the Complaint Is Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Seyfried. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

9 as follows. Via Delorosa is the topicof Mrs. Jack McNall, Lusien Ar. James Akenhead.

Storef..or.tMarquee SUBDIVISION.Lot 5. FAIRLAWN as per the MANOR Plat the final mid-week Lenten]. chambault and Alfred ZQs cele I. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Meals,

thereof. as recorded in Plat Book meditation of Grace Lutheran brated their birthday anniversaries East Palestine Ohio and Mr.
1. page 377 Public Records of Church St. Cloud, Wednesday.I
Osceola County. Florida. during the past week. Best I and Mrs. Clarence Spaout Col-

Estimates Including April 3rd, 7:30. ] wishes to each of you. umbiana, Ohio. were recent call-]
Heater. oven and range. On Thursday, April 4, the Wom.en's
You are required to file your Ernest Turner, Mr. and Mrs. ers of Mr. and Mrs. James S -
; answer with the Clerk of the Circuit Guild will meet at 2:00 p.m. Sidney Petty Mt. Sinai Rhode Akenhead. I
Court and serve a copy thereof at the Chapel. Pastor and Mrs I
callers of Mr. and -
whose Island were
C. Moore Jr. upon name and Plaintiffs address L. Pharr Ab Wm. Hoerger will present the pro- Mrs. Claude Smith. _
ner of Turnbull and Abner Suite gram of the True Light Chinese BiblelandTo
Post Mr. and Mrs Charles Schran
490. New England Building.
of New York Host
TRIANGLE Oiflce Box 217. Winter Park. Florida Largo were Thursday dinner' Close April 15th
not later than the 15th day of esses will be Mrs. Agnes Pettersen :
BUILDING April. A.D. 1963. as required bylaw and Mrs. Gunner Nelson. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
else a Decree Pro Confessowill Faulkner. I} Bibleland, located on the
11 Stewart St. be entered against you. Also the Board of Elders meetsat
IN WTNESS WHEREOF. I have Mesdames Charles Coburn I[Orange Blossom Trail, will close
6:45 p.rn.ith the Voter's As-
; Phone 847-2270 hereunto set my hand and affixed Archambault andV bur Oli.1 I{April 15. according to W. B. SURPRISE .
Osce sembly convening at 7:30
my official seal at Kisslmmee. p.m. ...
were Tuesday afternoon guestsof Home. ',. ,

Mrs. Florence Dumas. The property is changing

., Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Crowl I hands and when .it reopens will

i 1 were Sunday dinner guests ol: be under new ownership.BUY '"

i Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Lou Slams I -i-: .

I .. ; J I j : t*! in Patricia Winter. Ann Haven.Drigger and Don GAZETTE FROM ADVERTISERS THE M< ..

.. ; Infinger of Orlando called on the

..p.-' .. I We sincerely thank< the voters of
Kissimmee for their trust and con

Dream plans come ; ::- ;;' 1 :', ; fidence in us by approving the Civil L -

," ,Service Measure last week by arousing
true in theseiiLIc: 'i! : I ;; i of

; i .,; I majority votes. LARGE ECONOMY SIZE


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BUILT-IN I We will always' try to justify this -

r 'I splendid vote of confidence. Surprise! Comfort has come to compacts. Dodge Dart takes on a

pack of six-footers with ease.Yet this roomy one is priced like other COM CI

KITCHENSPARKS I compacts, saves like 'em too . .and then some. Thaf because of

; things like a new 5-year/50,000-mie( ) warranty Little wonder,

G-E THE POLICE AND FIREDEPARTMENTS Dart's the success of '63. This yeas sales are up 115% over our

I compact sales of last year i Get Dart the targe economy size compact DODGE DAHl

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8 The Klssimmee Gazette, Klsslmmee, FLu, Thurs.,'April 4,, 1963Minimum
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Charge Up To 15 Words, 75c Additional Words 5c Each Classified Display (Boxed) Fer men 3t.tuXthSSIF

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

FOR SALE-TO'xlSB lot New you. may have against the estateof said County at his office in the NOTICE IS HEREBY QI'VBN.-
FOR RENT Two bedroom furn- on T. W. Kent. also known as CourtHouse at Klsslmmee. Flor- pursuant to Section 396.10 Florida
NOTICELOSE ished house. Inquire Bass Gar- York and Central Avenue. Nice Thomas W. Kent. deceased. late of Ida. within six calendar months Statutes of 166. that the Board of
I REALTORAMA shade trees. Ideal for home or Osceola County. Florida. within six from the date of the first publlca- County Commttttoners. O.ceola
den Supply, 71C East Vine calendar months from the date of lon of this Notice. Each claim or County. Florida on the 11 day of
Street, City. duplex. dose to Post Office. he first publication of this notice. demand must be in writing and A. D. 1963. adopted a resolution
WEIGHT safely with Dex- Call 847-2480. Each claim or demand must be In must state the place of residenceof closing vacating and abandoning -
writing and must state the placeof the claimant and must be swornto the following described portion
A-Diet Tablets. Full week'ssupply FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL FOR SALE -residence of the claimant and by the claimant his agent or of unnamed platted road In Oaceola -
only 98c. Broadway PRINTING call the Gazette office must be sworn to by the claimant. attorney, or the same will become County. Florida vis:
the void according to law. That portion of the unnamed
his agent or attorney or same
Pharmacy. 847 2881. Free estimateson Vi city block. Part or all. will become void according to law. This the 7th day of March. 1963. platted road lying to the Went
all of job printing at New home and 2 well This the 18th day of March. 1963. /sJess Wilder Thacker of the West baM of Lots 109 and
PLEASANT types of the Estate of 116. and
HILL CEMETERYwork ROBERT E. KENT Executrix to the East of Lots 108
day will'be held Saturday reasonable prices. HOME With 4 BEDROOMS maintained income build- Robert E. Kent. Executorof WALLACE ALTON CLIFFORD and 117, In Section 11. Township
the Estate of T. W. deceased. 26 South Range 30 East accord
bIb from Hall.
April 6,1963. FOR RENT-Furnished duplex ings. 3 City Kent also known as THACKER AND TACK ing to the Plat of the Seminole
[2 OLD, 2 NEW] cw.n.r 5% mortgage some trade Thomas W. Kent. deceased. Box 527. Kiss Land and Investment Conwaay's
NOTICE will not be apartment. Inquire Bass Gar- ars. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Attorneys for Executrix (Inc) Subdivision of saM Sections
respons- den Supply, 710 East Vine 2 BATHS [1 OLD 1 NEW] and offers considered. 118S. Attorney for ExecutorP. larch 14. 21. 28. April 4. 1963 recorded among the public records
ible for bills other than those Beaumont Kissimmee. O. Box 492 of the office of the aerIE:
occured by myself Street. Klsslmmee. Florida IN THE -COURT OF THE of the Circuit Court of Osceola
Phone 8474011. March 21. 28. April 4. 11 1963. COUNTY JUDGE. OSCEOLA County. Florida.
James A. Jones. FOR RENT: Five room house. One story frame house ... long corner COUNTY. FLORIDA and renouncing and disclaiming any
right of
County and the
TO public
Two bedrooms, two baths. In and to the land delineated
Emmett Street. Phons 847-3783 i I lot ... 2 blocks to grocery... City LEGAL NOTICESIN COURT. OSCEOLA FLORIDA.NO. .COUNTY. MAKE FINAl.APPLICATION DISCHARGE FOR such portions of said unnamed /

of 847-4277.

room home. Completely furn IN RE ESTATE OF NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CERN: By 1Harrl. G.
double sink Pine : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Daniels
... panelled dining MAKE APPLICATION FOR
ished. Adults only. No pets. 407 HENRY C. GOULDIN. Deceased.: FINAL DISCHARGETO that I have filed my final reportas Chairman

Cotnb_ BABGAIN'BARN'* _.; Tth Sun Street off Dakin. 8472667. area . Some floor finishing and NOTICE MAKE FINAL APPLICATION OF DISCHARGETO INTENTION FOB TO ALL: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -- VILLIAM Executrix H. JACKSON of the ,Estate deceased final o( March County 14.CoIRaI 21. 36..Ioner-1 April 4.Seal 196S.)

Brushes 7e Ear B.b Se Shoes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that have filed petition for Beat Estate TrtatactUa
; ; be done
Small furnished to ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
: painting discharge. and that will apply to
87ej Seeks m; Pillow 7B.; CERN that Della Engle has filed her .1 Anna Cturaa and husband to
Skirt SI; Puts SI; Dreese house. Newly decorated. Nice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN final report as Executrix of the the Honorable O. P. Johnson. Donald Shave and wife. Stockton
S1.SO; Rags SSe s Nylons Stet month. 847- That Paul C. Gould has filed his Estate of Genevieve M. Stevens County Judge of Osceola County. Mass., minimum stamp
living. REASONABLY PRICED CASH OR CONTRACT. Florida on the 13th day of May
Hankie Se; Parties 15c; Belt ... Final Report as Executor of the deceased that she has filed peti- KllfsimA.m.Yt to Percy L. Myers.
lie; Cap lie; Spread $%.60; 2380. Eddie Clemons, Tropical Estate of Henry C. Gouldln. de- tion for final discharge and that 1963 for approval of same and for e and affection.
Hair Net 4et; T-shirts 39e; Park." ; ceased that he has filed petitionfor she will apply to the Honorable final discharge as Executrix of the Louise: Depew and husband to
Nearly Kverybody Trade at The FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS final; discharge, and that he O. P. Johnson. County Judge of Estate of WILLIAM H. JACKSON. Albert E. .pew and wife St.
Bargala Barm, Come to Slbert the Honorable O. P. Osceola County, Florida on the deceased. Cloud love and affection. -
will to ,
]Mill WarrhoaM U Da enp.rt; FOR RENT-2 BR Trailer One Johnson.apply County Judge of Osce-. 19th day of April. 1963. for approval This 15th day of March. A.D.. Roy H. Townsend and wife to
Immediately. F.ll.w the Ilpl of same and for final discharge 1963. Pollyanna McMahan. St. Cloud
bedroom trailer. No Pets. Lots ola County. Florida on the /s/ .Jess Wilder Thacker
BARGAIN BARN as executrix of the estateof $6000.
9 Open Week Dy Aad Sunday for trailers. Rainbow Mobile INC- day same of and May for for discharge approval of as Genevieve M. Stevens deseased. Executrix of the Estate of Forrest E. Echelman and wife to
This 18th day of March. 1963. WILLIAM H. JACKSON. Warren D. Purdy and wife St.
Mich- C.
Homes and Trailer Park. executor of the estate of Henry DELLA ENGLE Deceased. Cloud, $3.500.
FOR SALE 1956 Chevrolet igan Avenue % mile off Vine Gouldin.23rd deceased.This of March. 1963. Della Engle. Executrix of THACKER AND THACKER Ullle M. Dyroond to Georgia R. -
Kissimmee Box 527. Klsslmmee. Fla. >
2 Broadway GOULDIN.Paul the Estate of Genevieve M. Hood. St. Cloud love and affection.
truck. Good condition. $400. Street past Bowling Alley. S/ PAUL C. Executorof Stevens deceased. Attorneys for Executrix Adam McCully Jr. and wife to
647-3156 847-31Sr C. Gouldln. March 21, 23. April 4. 11. 1963
Telephone 8472067. the Estate of Henry -C. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Adam McCully and wife Detroit. I
FOR RENT: Apartments and deceased. Attorney for ExecutrixP. ADOPTION OF love and affection.
.. Gouldin. NOTICE OF H. P. SuM Etta Mae SuM
O. Box 492 to
week month. cotton's -
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houses or Overstreet. PORTIOOF
SALE Large plastic Kissimmee. Florida Lane Kissimmee, love and affec
North Or- Be sure and read my display ads Attorney for ExecutorBox I UNNAMED PLATTED ROAD tion.Radio .
worms, assorted colors. 6 com- Apartments, WANTEDTO in- this Eddie demons 492Kissimmee. March 21. 28. April 4. 11. 1963.
ange Blossom Trail. LEASE ACREAGE FOR Florida CREDITORS
plete $1.10 postpaid. Worms NOTICE TO
Tropical Park. 11, 13.: 25. 196
HUNTING RIGHTS. In the Court of the County Judge
only $5.50 100. Art's Lures and
per Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer Oseeola County, Florid 1
Tampa, apartments with lake and shuf- $10 $8 month for CSCEOLA COUNTY, IN RE
Florida. fleboard. By week, month or 920 W. COLONIAL DRIVE houses, trailers or business. FLORIDA.IN WALLACE ALTON CLIFFORD Deceased. )) COMMIT HOME sPARKS
Motel St. Cloud ORLANDO. PHONE GA-3-4462 Good central water system. RE: ESTATE OF T. W. Kl NT. To all Creditors. Legatees. DIs- T V
FOR SALE-1963 Lark by Stude- year. Capitol also known as THOMAS W. KENT, tributees and all Persons having FURNITURE' CO.
State approved. Slowly getting .deceased. .
Hwy. 441. Claims or Demands against said
baker $1799. Delivered in Orlando
electric in by the uncooperative NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Estate: ,_ ,
Payments as low as ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES.DISTRIBUTEES. You and each of you are hereby
REAL mayor and city commis- AND ALL PERSONS -
ESTATE notified and required to present any
$39.95. Call Bert McGallard fora
when it-comes to commercial sioners of Kissimmee. Eddie HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS claims which you or either of you
good new or used car. Collier printing.. Call 847-2881 today AGAINST SAID ESTATE: may have against the estate of
demons Tropical Park on You and each of you are hereby WALLACE ALTON CLIFFORD deceased NORRIS CLEANERSSpring
Auto Sales, 888 North Orange and ask for Mr. Mears for free Route 441 in North Kissimmee. notified and required to present late of Osceola County.
Ave. Garden 58606. NEW claims which you. or .either of of
estimates on your job work. any Florida. to the County Judge .

You'll be glad you did. Ceasing U a Britzt with our Saniton. Services
delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. HOMES READYFOR

Phone 847-4306 Bud and John'sAir Low as 45 per month, CITY OF KISSIMMEE for Drums, Slip Covers Blankets, hasher Pillows.

Conditioning and Heating o NO MONEY DOWN
Headquarters. 100% Financing PUBLIC KISSIMMEE'S FINEST

S Built on Your Lot INDUSTRIAL
KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- 21 Different Models HEARINGMarch 103 East Dakin 847-4941
WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo o Ono to 4 bedroomsGET
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 29. 1963
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. experience necessary, gram-
The Board of Adjustment will meet at 4 .
mar school education usually 35 acres on paved road,

SPINET PIANO SPECIAL. 25 sufficient. Train now at home and electric P.M. Tuesday April 16th, 1963, City Commission -
i sewer, water
new 'spinet pianos used :only for jobs with Security. For de-
once at Florida Piano? Festival.These tails, send name, address, service available' . Real Room, City Hall, Kissimmee,.'", Flor-.

pianos to .be sold at al- phone no. to : National Training profit possibilities.E. ida to hear

most factory cost. No down Service, Box 931, Kissim- Request of M. Mickler & Son Inc. for
payment, up to four years to mee, Fla. FUU-COLOft UUSTUHO SEPTIC TANK CO
pay. Inquire Thompson Music CATALOG Of HOMESFREE an amendment to the variance granted the

Company, 29 Colonial Plaza CHESTER TOYREALTOR ; company" by the Board on February 14,

.Mall Orlando Phone GA 5-
4577.. WANTEDWANTED Writ. or call collect_' today 1963; said amendment to allow a variancein Culvert Tile for Driveways

JIM WALTER HOMES 800 W. COLONIAL DR. the set back requirements to allow con- Septic Tanks-a size for every need.

FOR RENTFOR firm wishes- Orlando to place business its Kis 4540 W.. Colonial Drive ORLANDO, FLORIDA struction of a warehouse on the propertyline Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps

simmee telephone in woman's ORLANDO FLORIDA PHONECH15638 of the following described property:

home to be answered by herat Phone: CY 5-O981 Beg. at a point intersection of Dakin 15 Years Experience
2 bedroom CB
RENT- all times. Must live in down.

house. New condition. $58.75 town area. No objection to FOR SALE-4 acres. on old St. Avenue Tohopekaliga Avenue for K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator

monthly. 421 Alabama. St. physical handicap. Contact A. Cloud highway. Fenced large FOR SALE: Large discounts up POB run NW'ly along the NE'Iy line

Cloud. Phone 8923765. H. Geisler, P. O. Box 186 Orlando shade trees. Terms. Call 847-
to one half on good 6 per cent of Dakin Avenue 135.55 NE'ly at the

APARTMENTS FOR RENT$9: for interview. 3784. real estate mortgage, land con right angle 146.01 to the E line of Blk Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

$11 $12 per week. Mrs. Paul PLANNING A VACATION? Start FOR SALE-3 bedroom spacious tracts. 8472380. Eddie demons
25 run S'ly along said E line to POB
Davis 114 Emmett Street. Tropical Park. ,
earning for that trip immedi- h 0 m e. Outstanding features

ately. We train you to becomean have to be seen. Only $1.500 I commonly known as the northwestcorner
FOR RENT: Nice upstairs apart- FOR SALE: U lots. $10,000. Two PHONE: 847-3524
Avon Representative. Write down to qualified buyer. Owner I
ment. 304 S. Dillingham. Rea- houses, $9,000 one orange of Dakin and Tohopekaliga Avenues -
Avon Manager P.O. Box 2005. and must sell NOW. :
sonable. Inquire 203 S. Clydeor moving grove, $500. All for $19,500. $150 commonly known as the north-
Fort Pierce Florida. 847-
1221 Parade Telephone
call 847-3013 after 5 p.m. month income. A real buy. A
2826. west corner of Dakin and Tohopekaliga.This .
good investment. Idora Park
WANTED: Refined middleaged STEEL SALESANY
FOR RENT Two and three woman to share home with el. FOR SALE City lot. Oak shade Kissimmee's best residential is a public hearing and any Inter-

room Air conditioned.furnished apartments Moorefield..i derly woman rent free. Will trees. 1500. Inquire at Bass location. .8472380. Eddie demons ested party will be heard regarding this DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
Tropical Park.
consider man and wife. For interview Garden Supply 710 East Vine ,
Building opposite Post Office application.
call afternoons after 2 Street, City. Priced
NO JOB TOO BIG too small
FOR RENT-Suburban houses. p.m. Place vacant April 15th. or Charles Jackson

One bedroom furnished, $30(I 7 East Vine Street. 847-4022. when it comes to commercial City Manager TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
FOR SALE printing. Call 847-2881 today q
month.Two bedroom furnished,
$40 month. Telephone 847-2067',''I{EASTER TIME'S the time for.\ 2 bedroom home In IOOKA PARK and ask for Mr. Mears for free HORSE TRAIlHtS AND UTILITY TRAOEXS

:' Eggs-and good earnings, too,, |lust r.d.corot.d.10,500. If in- estimates on your job 'work. --- -- BUILT AND REPAIRED

NO JOB TOO BIG or too smal 1 as an Avon Representative., forested suitable terms can be You'll be glad you did.

when it comes to commerda 1 For immediate placement t: arranged. See Broker or telephone. c._......W.Ufefl Step-M Wwfc GMraIif....

printing. Call 847-2881 toda; write Avon Manager, P 0free .. .ALMA HITHEUNGTON, DAY10MA IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN USED CAR SPECIALS!

and ask for Mr Mears for Box 2005, Fort Pierce, Florida.. HACK: 255-4149 or 2523201. I THE GAZETTE Old Orlando Hwy. now livestock Market.

estimates on your job workYou'll .. - ----- J.- r p. 1_, fox 231-A e KJulfIIIn.e
BUY FROM THE Charter No. 12871 }I Reserve District No. 6
ASSETS 2-Door Fairient Automatic Transmission. PHONE 847-3898
Cash balances with other banks and cash Items in processof ,
collection .. .__om.__..__ _________ 1469463.30)
United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed
I: (Net of any reserves) _.__.... .___._. 2,823,845.72
,I Obligations of States and political subdivisions (Net of any : $1395
: \ ; reserves) ._-._--.---- 59 PONTIAC OSCEOLA TIRE
I] Other bends notes and debentures (Including S841.600.00I
I securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed Comrertifelt. Loaded. All Original Inttrior.
by U. S.) (Net of any reserves) 841600.00 SERVICEIrJ
NHsuR I Corporate stocks including 513,000 stock of Federal Reserve Irr.
I I bank) (Net of any reserves) 18000.00
I Loans and -discount (Including None overdrafts) (Net oft Custom
62 VALIANT M495 : Recapping '
ANCF any reserves) : 2.116.563.08Bank '*
premises owned V71.000.00. furniture and fixtures
p IIC r t I Sia.15G.00Other ..___. 89,15600 4-Door Torque-FBf Transmission 223 S. BERMUDA
( assets ________ __.__ 1,323.67 PHONE 847-2207
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Total Assets 8,431,155.91IIABILTTIES L.

Demand deposits of Individuals partnerships and corporations -
_____ _________________________________ 4.045.622J2 '62 FALCON $1 595
I Time and savings deposits of Individuals. partnerships
and corporations __ 1 : 1419492.57
Deposits of United States Government (Including postal Rofichero. 8G Miles IE WISE-
savings) __ 177392.11

you're In the dark about Insurance of any type Certified Deposits of and States officers and checks political eta subdivisions 1.901.847.28 61.924.92Total } ECONOMIZE

ifi our business to bring in the light without the (a) Total Deposits demand deposits _____ $5.636.786.49b 7.606.279.06 59 RAMBLER 10954Dr. L

slightest obligation on your part. Give us a calL Total( ) Tctal Liabilities time and savings deposits 1969492.57 7,606,779.CAPITAL 4-Dr. Station Wagon. Auto. Trans. Air.on rtioftldI 3 Extra Q aHty Btecka
Capital Stock At No Extra:Cost
fa) Cdbuson stock total par 300000.00 300,000.00 I
GOOD SERVICE Sui plus _________-_______ - 300000.00 I '
Undivided profits 224.876.83 56 MERCURY 395
Total Capital Accounts: 824. 7883: Ph. 147.4021Member

LUPFER'S'Insurance Total Liabilities and MEMORANDUM Capital Accounts _.?._- 8431155.91 4-Door. Automatic Transmission. R/H.

Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for
other purposes 2549433.49 of Osceola County BuIlders Association
L Allen D. Carroll. Cashier of the above-named bank do hereby
declare that this report of condition Is true and correct to the best o 1
my knowledge and belliet.. RIEDEL MOTORS
Agency Allen Cashier D. Carroll OSCEOLA CEMENT

We the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this reportof
condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the,
1918 1963 best. of our knowledge*and belief fa true and correct. "YOUR DODGE DEALER" PRODUCTS, INC.
t- John E. Carroll ) .*

,14 .r..dwety--Nut Ten.1474121 U.Ellis S.F.Chapman Dam )) D1reetonIAPrU !, 21 EMMETT ST. PHONE 847-3661 NEPTUNE ROAD KIS6WMBE

., 4, 1963.




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