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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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5f [/ 19'y Entered .as Second ..J4&ritda THURSDAY. APRIL 1 II.I 1963 K1SSIMMEE., FLORIDA. ,. .., ., PRICE TEN CENTS
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o Tourney Easter Sunrise
Singing Sweethearts

Winners ToldBy Service SetThe IWL :

Z r tF.t Cliff Know! ,
Fifty-one teams representing Annual community Easter To. Appear April 20th

9 21 clubs participated in Hunt Sunrise Service sponsored b> -
Bros. 14th annual mixed doubles the Kissimmee Ministerial Association
on the Kissimmee Shuffleboard will be held at the lakefront The Singing Sweethearts madeup 'standing students recruited mostly

courts April 1st and Sunday April 14, at 6:3C of 35 young ladies from the from the state of Florida.
University of Florida will I
presenta This will be of
program one
l Pr t 2nd.The Lakeland team of Far- a.m.The Easter Message will be musical program for the Rotary I the most outstanding ever offer-

4 rell Bruner and Mrs. Marion delivered by the Reverend G. W. Youth Benefit April 20 at the ed by the Kissimmee Rotary Club.

HUNT BROS. WINNERS-Pete Hunt, center, is shown Wheeler captured top awardin Cook pastor of the Calvary Assembly Tupperware This Auditorium.was founded.In 1948 Concert semi classical and pop- C.S
the main event. Second of God Church. Other ular music will be the highlight
presenting the trophies to the winners of the annual third and fourth prize winners ministers participating in the and is known and in demand not ol the program. .

Hunt Bros. Tournament. They are, A. J. Perkins and were teams of A. Perkins- service will be: Prayer by the only in the United States but
Hazel Gilbert Wheeler and Mrs. Gilbert of Web- other countries as welL Last year As only] 1800 can be seated it
second, left, and Marion Sebring; Reverend Fred Toms, pastor ol
hey toured South America and is suggested that tickets be obtained
Hamrick ster and Janet Smith Lake- the Church -<)f the Nazarene -
Farrell Bruner, first, right. (Photo by ) ; in
Latin America. advance from
land; Ted Matthews and Scripture reading by the Reverend any mem-
Maude Mitchell of St. Peters- Richard Fullerton President, The chorus is made up of out-I ber of the Kissimmee Rotary. .1

burg. of> the Aldengate Foundation: .
Consolation winners were and the Benediction by the Rev- Flower r ....

Bob and Adele Pearson of Or. erend. A. L. Kirkland, retired Show Slated
CANCER CRUSADERS-Area chairmen and volunteer
lando first; Harry and Claire minister. Music wfll be providedby

Johnson St. Petersburg, see-' > the choir of the First Christian for the annual Cancer Crusade met Thursday at the Trop

ond. Church. | April 20th 21stapy ical Hotel to make plans for the crusade. They are, leftto
Lakeland will be the
of the final tournament.scene The; Everyone has;a 'special invitation right, Ruth Padgett, Mrs. D. McQuagge, Mrs. James

., Last Roundup" of the 1962-63 to attend this service. Willis, Mrs. Carl Kenton, Mrs. Harold Eggert and Mr*.

_,p k'- _ season at Woodall's Mobile The Kissimmee Community displays. and Mr. Clarence Beckwith. (Photo by Hamrick)

--- Home Village. This Is a statewide Junior High Honor House will be turned into a Competitive classes are
event listed as amateur veritable Southern fairy land open to any amateur in Os-

doubles-entries unlimited. Invitations -I Roll Is AnnouncedThe when the local Garden Club ceola County. Cancer Crusade

will be sent. presents it's annual Flower The Artistic arrangementsmust
honor roiT for the second 'Show, That's What I Like be in place by 10:30: a.

Aero Club i semester first grading period a About the South", April 20th m.. Saturday, April 20, also
To the Osceola' Junior High Schoo: and 21st. Mrs. Walter Thomas. the specimen blooms. Volunteers NamedFor

Meet Thursday Night has been announced. staging chairman, and her Potted plants must be entered
Those being named to it are: committee have been working between 2:00: p.m. and
the second straight year,
Grace Collyer. Campbell Station:
The Osceola Chapter of the seventh grade Margaret Allen long and hard to make this the 8:00: p.m., Friday April 19. the American Cancer Society's
Mrs. John Miner West Fish
Inez Briley, Jim Fraser Goold best show yet. No plants will be accepted on ;
Florida Aero Club will meet annual Crusade slogan will be Lake: Mmes: Howard Adams and
Thursday at 6:30 at the Kissim-I lenda Horton Vicky Icaza Included will be a South- Saturday morning. To Cure More, Give More." This Marvin Alderman East Fish
STATIONERS MAIN EVENT-Winners in the Kissim- mee Airport. John Magnusson Se'Belle Smith ern Garden complete with Working with Mrs. Thomasare year's Crusade will be during the Lake Mrs. ;
: Vaughn Nelson; Par-
mee Stationers Tournament main event were, left to The guest speaker. will be'WhaJ-i Kaye Thacker and Pam Thacker. bower; displays by the local Mrs. Stephen Miller, Mrs.A. Williams month of April which is Cancer tin Settlement: Mmes. Tat Mut-
V. Elmer, Mrs. Olin
right, James Lee and Charles Gerrish, second, Howard cha MoCollum of Tampa who will nurseries Bass Nursery Bob'sTuxedo Mrs. Pete Hunt and Month. ter and Eddie Partin; Idora Park-

Senecal and Moylan Brown, first. Bob Facey, sponsor of speak on "How To Buy An AirCraft" Eighth grade: Chris Lohmanr cal Feed Feed and Farm Store Store.and Tar-The Miss Marilyn Dietrich. 'Cancer Is an emergency prob- Falrlawn Manors,ypreu Shores:
with all A's also Colleen Buscher lem" said Pete Hunt Crusade
the the Mrs. Corwin Bennett is Mrs. Henry Simmons and Mrs.
tournament Photo Ham-
presents trophies. ( by Jane Davison. Janice Harbison Kissimmee. Furniture Store Chairman and vice president of J. Hilderbrand
Aubrey and Mrs.
chairman of the artistic entries
rick and Parks Furniture
Kowboys To Play Jennifer Pierson Eddie will set in rooms of furniture Mrs. June Gunn, chairman the Osceola County Unit of the Roy Alderman. Boggy Creek:
Rose, Kathy Schield, Enaorj while- Baker's Florist of the horticultural en American Cancer Society. "Every Ned Hugh Bass; Tampa Highway

Arcadia TonightThe Tyner Marcia Ward Susar and ,Ellie Hugh's Florist will tries. day lost in finding a cure for all Section: Mrs. James Earte Lup-

Warden and Sharon White.FCD place arrangements in the The show will be open to the cancers or a cancer vaccine or fer Jr.; Canterbury Terrace:

Kissimmee Kowboys go on I rooms. public 1:00: p.m. e 9:00: p.m. better methods of detecting early Mmes. Ralph Shore, John Begany,
'the road Thursday when they and cancers all of which are subjectsof H W. Williams, Stanley Oster-
Besides the Artistic, and Saturday, April 20th
play Arcadia there. They return I Budget ToGet Horticultural divisions, there from 1:00 p.m. 6 p.m. Sun- active research-means lives berg and Gerald Baxter Intercession
home next week for the final 21st. lost. Unless we go all out on City: Mmes. Edgar Wyant
will be Educational and Ther- day, April
week of the regular] season.: I IncreaseRiley these and other essential projects and Jim Hughes, Airport Section:

They will play Ft. Meade Tues- we are losing vital time. Mrs. Carl Kenton; Lake Cedle:

day night and Friday night will S. Miles chairman of Scout Troop Makes This is one of the reasons we Mmes. Wells Moon and Wallace

host Okeeehobee. These wall be the board of Central and Southern say "To Cure More, Give :More," Scott; DeUwood Park: Mrs. Har-

the last two regular scheduled Florida Flood Control district said Hunt. He announced that the vey Slagle]. ; East Yinef-Lehi Section -

games. said the FCD tentative Fifty Mile Hike long time slogan of the American: i : Mnes. Wendell Ketchumand
The Kowboys have been play- budget will be about $4 million Cancer Society, "Fight Cancer Edward Knechell; Main To

ing good baseball. They have more than the current year. With a Check-up and a Check," Vine: Mrs. Ethel Arnold and

made a few costly mistakes that He said the budget, of 514,243- =, Nine, members of Explorer Post 7:30; took a 20-minute break; ar- would be retained as a companion Mrs. Harold Eggers; Church

have cost them ball games. Lately XX), was presented at a public 291 biked from Kissimmee to the rived at Holopaw :at 2:25 p.m.; slogan. Street to the Railroad: Mmes. M.

all games have been close. meeting in West Palm Beach city limits of West Melbourne a took almost two hours for rest Basically: however Hunt said R. Bovis, Donald Brown and

Bob Magnaghi and Terry Roberts Friday at 9 a.m. total of 50 miles, in 21 hrs. and and lunch; ate supper near Deer we are going to concentrate on Mrs. Jennie Phillips: Dairy-

have been pitching good ball to Miles said the current" budget 19 mins. Saturday. Park; left Osceola County at. "To Cure More Give More",, Lakeshore: Mrs. Guy Allen, Harvey -

carry the load In that depart is $10,266,884. Completing the hike were Robert 12:23 a.m. Sunday and arrived at: which mirrors our stepped-up I Homes: Mow Jbnmie Cox

ment. __ Mile explained,:;that Lan esti- Lane George Jane, Herbert destination! at 2:30. drive toReach .*i*. ,. A J and Marten Phan 3tts& and
The"probable starting lineup Yeager* Joe Woodward, Ray more people withthe i '
mated J6.118.500 Is expected The boys, although without . ClaySte: Mrs Jane WBj;
CONS LATIO WINNERS. ; -In the Kissimmee Stationers will be Magnaghi (p), Steve from district sources Including Cody, Mike Bobroff. Bobby John- hike training took certain previous I life-saving facts about cancer. -. Shingle creek; Mi*. Bill Perry;

Tournament the winners in consolation were,.left to Parker (c), Gary Hileman (Ib), local taxes. The" balance will son, Ronnie Hemingway, and precautions. Among these were! Give more physicians the latest Pleasant Hill Road: Mrs. M. M.
Chuck Whalen ((2b), Lamar Teemsss Lewis Johnson, the latter being life-saving facts on detection and Overstreet; Renee Terrace Mr.
Melvin come from the state. the of salt tablets and the ;
and Frank second, use
Borghi Crowley,
right Joseph
( ), L. Roberts (3b), Robert post 'treatment of cancers. Bob Berlinsky; Kissimmee Highlands -
Shade and E. H. Sheipline, first. (Photo by Hamrick) Lane (If), Earl Johns (cf), Bill acquisition Those dropping out for various wearing of white armbands creditedthe a t, Support more qualified scientists : Mrs. John Read; New and
Some of the
night. boys '
Stephens (rf). Joe Woodward and reasons were Bruce Bowden after in their research for cures Old Tampa Highway Section:
Jim Greenough have been alter- location, construction operationand 18 miles; Eddie Bordelon 24 physical fitness program at better detection methods and preventives Mrs. Eva Mathey; Emory to Bermuda
maintenance. Osceola for
Salvation Army nating at first base and left field miles; Ronnie Hartley 22 miles; high conditioningthem against cancer. : Mrs. James Maguffey:
I respectively. and Thomas Clark, associate ad- for the long Give more service to cancer Clyde Avenue West: Mrs. Lyn

City Officials visor, 24 miles. Their gear was carried In ve- patients to ease the burden on Lupo; Emmett Patrick and

Elects OfficersOn They started from explorer post hicles driven by Robert Thourbor: them and their families. Hughey to the R. R.: Mrs. D.
City Tightens Renamed To Posts hut on W. Vine St. at 5:11: ajn. Thomas dark, J. C. Bordelon. Pointing out that cancer cures E. McQuagge; Mabfcette to Bermuda
Saturday, arrived at St. Cloud at and Rick Collins. in the past 25 years have risen : Mrs. James
formed work. Bill Maguffey.
the newly has
Friday, PaymentsCity City Mgr. Charles Jackson
from[ fewer than in five
'Salvation Army Unit Committeeof The people who have agreed to been reappointed along with other one cases Other volunteers will be an
Kissimmee met at Mrs. Mac's serve on the Service Unit Com- commissioners recently officials. Citrus Men To to one in three cases. Mr. Hunt nounced next week.
urged all residents of Kissimmeeand
restaurant. mittee are as follows: The Rev- tightened up on payment of Qty commissioners have also
The committee selected the for erend Richard Fullerton Mrs. chamber of commerce tnH renamed Qty Atty. Ed Brinson Osceola County to make the
Deaths From Cancer
L. Steve B. Miller, The finances 1963 Crusade the best ever so
lowing officers: the Reverend Vera Lalley city advertisingand City Judge Reid MeWhirterBond
Richard Fullerton. chairman; Neil W. Shelhorn, Mrs. Martha promotion activities' of the Trustees Sam Lupfer Jr., U. S. Meet April 19The that Hunt more announced lives can be saved. Show Increase

Steve B. Miller, treasurer Mrs. Tucker, The Reverend Renus Ol- chamber, and some time ago Chapman, and Cecil Norris. today that
Vera Lalley, secretary; Mrs. Martha son, Leo Schumaker E. L. Hunt. City Atty.' Ed Brinson advised Russell Thacker was named plans for the Crusade are being The total number of deaths recorded

Tucker, Mrs. Vera Lalley and Fred McDaniel, Lewis Feuerstein, commissioners they should be vice mayor, and the First Na- 29th annual meeting of noon session will be conducted mapped out. for Osceola County l81tyear
C. Davis Seraphin, The ReverendM. certain the is for Florida Citrus Production Lorin T. Bice of Haines Mrs. Florence Chitwood will
Neil Shelhom, welfare workers. money spent tional Bank of Kissimmee as de- by was 329 persons. Of this
The minutes of the first meet- Wendall Hainlin William B. that purpose. pository. The appointments were Credit Association to be heldat City, vice president of the As door-to-door serve as Area Chairman for the total, 56 died from cancer. This

ing held at the Tropical Hotel Wheeler III.Blood The chamber sent in bills made at an organizational meet- the Tupperware Auditorium sociation. A buffet luncheon Densmore Container campaign, Mr. Eddie represented 19 more deaths from

the previous week were read by amounting to $658 for approval. ing. on April 19 beginning at will be served to the membersof Chairman cancer than recorded for 1961.
Mr. Tom Z. Smith Industrial
Mrs. Lalley. A general discussionof Donor Commr. Dan Autrey asked. 10:30: am. was announced by the Association, their
and areas in which Day 'Isn't our contribution supposed A. H. Whitmore, secretary friends and Invited guests. chairman Mr. Gene Canale. Busi- The announceemnt! was made
much work could be done fol Scheduled TodayBlood 'to: be for advertising expense!" Elementary P-TA treasurer of the Association It is anticipated that this ness Chairman Mr. Spike Car this week by the Florida Divi-
and Ruth
roll. Mrs.
lion of the
Brinson again said it was. and its general manager.As
lowed. will be the most important
To Meet Padgett, Publicity Chairman
The Reveren.. Fullerton decided Donor Day has been As a result the commission ThursdayThe in previous years the meeting Florida Citrus Production Society. The information was
Hunt said.A .
after consultation with the scheduled today April Uth at challenged mileage charges, some Mssixnmee Elementary business meeting of the Association Credit Association has compiled on the buts of provisional -
Coffee held the
was at Trop-
committee members that a further the Kissimmee Hospital from 3 to telephone expense, and registra- Parent-Teacher Association will will begin promptlyat had in its experience. The Association ical Hotel in Kissimmee Thursday totals of resident death

meeting should be scheduledfor ::6 pjn. tion fees. They will reconsiderthe meet Thursday April nth, at the 10:30: to be followed by a Is the largest citrus for Area Chairman and Vol- from certain cause by counties,

Wednesday, April 10, at which Blood is needed badly] according bills at the next meeting. school cafeteria with Mrs. Fred- luncheon and speakers who cooperative credit association unteers. A film as listed In the 1968 Vital Statistics -
time a definite program for the to Ed Grissom, and all donors 1 erice Phillips presiding. will bring interesting Informa- operating. Its grower-mem- sented and the Crusaders was pre-re- Summary of the Florida
would be decided upon for the tion to those present. hers who the State Board of Health.
committee will be appreciated.New Cemetery Rates To Officers coming year own Association ceived information for the Cru-
care of citrus in
which then would be announced installed. The groves in all .
and will be : operate the citrus producing According to a spokesman fnr

to the general public. Be Changed By CityThe The guest speaker will be John 1963 and rehabilitation be discussed program and counties of the state. sade.Mrs.. Chitwood announced the the Society the total deaths
Telephone will
Several cases have already been Colombo who will speak on "The from for the
illustrated by Fred P. Lawrence This cooperative association, following area chairmen and volunteers cancer state
referred to this group for appropriate Directories Out first charge involved in Testing Program" citriculturist of the University organized in 1933, to furnisha : of Florida ha* increased from
and was the city code at ,
action, permission I new charges
of Florida. Robert A. dependable source of credit Orange Gardens: Mrs. Clarence 8.274 in 1961 to an estimated 8.-
the welfare workers to the Rose Hill
given The new Kissimmee St.1 Cemetery. 278 Head Sold Darr will discuss "Financing to all citrus growers has de- Beckwith. Chairman Mmes. 7) in 1962. Broken down by

proceed a.ccordingly.Captain Of- Cloud Telephone Directory is I These changes included: Citrus Growers in 1963". veloped a program to meet James Stonebreaker, Walter LI* counties, thirty-four counties
Sidney S. Lynch, Grave and At Local MarketAt
opening closing:
of the Orlando completed and ready for distri-! Darr is president of the Fed- the need of growers In their seuer Gilbert Hedden J. S. showed an increase In cancer
ficer-in-Charge commended the bution to more than 7,500 tele-! t3S on weekdays; $-tO on Satur-: the Kissimmee Livestock eral Intermediate Credit Bankof ever-changing methods of op- Stambaugh Paul Behr, B. D. deaths. Twenty-eight counties

Salvation Army for their spirit andeooperation phone subscribers in the area. I :iay. Sundays and holidays. Market Wednesday, 278 cattle Columbia South Carolina eration. Douglass, Vernon Beswick, David show a slight decrees Five
committee Beautification services, to and calves were sold The association Lewis, Harry Englander C L. counties had the
in giving their time, Boasting an attractive, all- which is the source of money has served same number
effort for this humanitarian new blue cover, the directoryis I which watering has been added: 234 a week ago. for Florida Citrus Production the growers through disasters Keach, Forrest Hayes Newton of cancer deaths in 1962 as in
and packed full of information of one to four soaces S3 per space Compared to last Wednesday Credit Association to lend to from hurricanes, hailstorms Olson Wallace Auger and Miss 1961.

I interest. Included is a full de-' per year five to eight spaces, slaughter steers and heifers too citrus growers throughout windstorms tornadoes and -- _._
scription of direct distance dial-: 54; nine to 16 spaces S3 per few test cows _strong to 50c Florida. freezes. The only differencein

.r ing procedure with a list of cities space per year.Couniy higher build weak and calves The business meeting in the the freeze of 1962 and its

that can be dialed direct. about steadY. Stocker classes morning will be conducted by effect on the operation is that

There are separate alphabetical Got $41,000 few for test, cows strong to 50c the president of Florida Cit- it is of larger mangnitude,

sections for subscribers in higher. Nearly half of the cattle rus Production Credit Association covering more growers than

Kissimmee and St. Cloud and From Racing FundsState returned to pasture. Douglas R. Igou of any freeze in the 29 years of l

the Yellow Pages contain more Utility and standard slaughter$$2LSO Eustis. The lunch and after- the Association's operation. 1 - IiIi1
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Comptroller E. Green
Ray tY
.ire. buying information than ever be-
J said yesterday each of Florida's Utility cows J16.00-J18.75. cut- Good ServiceTo
fore.Old 67 counties will Friday
receive ttLQQOmore >
directories should be de- ter U5.0041T.OO canner U2.50- !;
from the race track tax
stroyed upon receipt of this new fund. 1500.
issue. Distribution of the directOries Utility buns n7.00-J19.00.. one
Be Held
The checks for April have been $20.00. TomorrowWord
began on March 25 and in
put the mall and the paymentis
were completed by March 31. Good calves 52150-527.50 .
If you have not received your last JLOOO more than for April 01 standard s=52-00-524.00.- utility The annual community Good I of Love", by Rev. W. P

copy of the directory, please Each year.county has received a $19.50.$21.50.. Friday Service sponsored by I Hanks, Shingle Creek Methodist
notify your local Telephone Fef standard and good vealers the Kissimmee Ministerial Association Church; fourth word "The Wordof
total of J159.000 to date for the -
Company business office. current fiscal $27.()()-$31.50. will be held in the sanctuary Loneliness", by Rev. Jimmie
year, which is an
Common and medium 5500-700 of the First Methodist Cox. First Christian Church;
increase of
55,500 for the same
Barracks 1068 To period last year. lb. feeder-stocker steers 518.00- Church April 12, from 1:30 to fifth word "The Word of Hu-

ON LEAVE J2L50. few good 450 Ib. .year- 3 pjn. man Need", Rev. H. L. Yates,

Meet Friday Night H. L B lings 523.0042125.()( Rev. John Briley, host pastor, Seventh Day Adventist Church;

A3/c Douglas Thomas Veterans of World War Toes. f.2 --________ 80 M 0 Common and medium heifers will preside. Others taking part sixth word "The Word of Triu- ELKS PRESENT FLAG-Recently Elk Lodge 1873

Williams is. spending a 25 1068 and Ladies Auxiliary 1. Barracks Wed. 4-3 _______-_. & n 9Than. fl6.00-J19.5a)( will be Rev. Carl Beatty, Free umph", by Dr. H. P. Amost presented a large outdoor American Flag to the Junior

day leave here with his will meet Friday and 4-4 --______ 367O Common cows J15.00-J17.00 Methodist Church the first First Baptist Church; seventh High School on Thacker Are. Shown above are commit

mother, Mrs. Pearl Scar- cond Friday of each every month sec- Frf. 4-S ----_______ 82 58 .0 Vw medium up to 250-500 Ib. word: "The Word of Forgive word The Word of Committ- tee member: A. Paul Lutz, Bill May Ray Frtoeh
at "
borough. He is currently 7:30 Sat. 4-tf ___________ 80 55 0Son. Medium and good 250-500 Ib. ness". The second word The ment', by Rev. Henry Young. the assistant presenting
pm. salves J21-50-525.00 100-250 Ibs Word of Salvation'by Rev. Trinity Lutheran Church. flag to superintendent Edwin Taylor
4-7 .. ____ M500
ttationed at Williams AirBase All -- ---
eligible veterans and ladies .- with Bod Kirchhoff, Exalted Ruler
Men. 4-S _____ 87 !56 0 (26.00-533.00. common $22.00- Dorr Van Etten. First Presbyterian looking oa. (Pile-
Force in Arizona. are urged to attend. ----- f27.00, few,'.up to $30.00. Church; third word, "The The public is invited to attend. to by Hamrick)


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2'The Kissimmee 'Gazette Kissimmee, Fku, Tbnrs, April 11, 1963 TOWED i I pink. snapdragon hollyhockand. Meet Monday NightThe South Clyde Avenue, KSssimmee.j Friday afternoon for Carmi, )
passed suddenly Wednes- cago School Sbwtem teaching &Sin
bells of Ireland formed away where final services were to be
Officers dub of the Kis- I
Schurz SchooLHe
day evening.A High
Vida Gould to arrangements used throughoutthe held with interment to follow in
Rebekah will meet of
Wed simmee Lodge & native of West Frankfort Illinois was a Past Conwodoee
party rooms. ;Monday April 15th. at 8 p.m. at she moved from Carmi Illinois East Fork Cemetery, West Frankfort the Uacota Park Boating Qub
Guests, who were asked to ''I''the home of Mrs. Marie Eggers to Kissimmee 2H years ago. Grissom Funeral Home was Chicago, and was a Mason and
James call bettween the hours of ten. in charge of arrangements.
G. 616 Main Street. Mtatetes
GouldThe She attended Trinity Lutheran member of Klschi nee
and twelve, were greeted by ;At the regular meeting on Church, Kissimmee. Arthur Henry WebbWednesday Tourist Club.Survivors .
the honor guest, wearing a
I Tuesday. April 16th. the lodge Survivors include her husband, include two SODS
announcement is being of honor for the bride. The best spring frock in pink, with a will celebrate its 47th anniversary Byron R. PooL One son. Norman Died Sumner G. Webb and Vernon C.
made this week of the will be McWilliamsand matching pink sweater, and
approaching .Joseph
man also the 144th anniversaryof grandchildren -
1.. PooL Three sisters Mrs. Clyde Webb both Chicago. Three
marriage of Vida Gould to usher-groomsmen will be her mother Mrs. E. -C. Gris- the LO.O.F. Hainkley; Mrs. Geraldine Purcell Arthur Henry Webb, 86, winter and three great grand
James G. Gould on Thursday, Dan Autrey, T. K. Galloway, som, Jr., who wore a suit of The Past Noble Grands will and Mrs. Sheridan Dockery, all visitor to Kissimmee from Chicago children.

April 18th, a't 7 p.m. at Tupper- Warren York and Edward PartinJr. beige raw silk. meet Thursday April 25th. at 8p.m. of Miami. Also three grandchildren. : Illinois passed away late The funeral pare fe* Friday
ware Auditorium. Miss Grissom was given a at the home of Mrs. Nan Wednesday after a brief illness.A for Chicago, where services are
Dr. D. Coe Love will officiateat A reception will follow at the gift in her chosen pattern of .
\\'heeler. 215 West Dakin. Prayer services were held at : native of Syracuse, New to be held with interment to follow
the double ring and auditorium. Mrs. L W. Marshalland silver by the hostesses. As-
ceremony York he attended public schools Elmwood
in Elmwood Cemetery
9:30> a.m. Friday in the Grissom
john Gehrett will present the Mrs. R. M. Whidden will sisting in the hospitalities was Leslie W. Sullivan
there and was a graduate of Val- Illinois. Griseom Fu
Chapel with Pastor Henry Young, Park
of nuptial music at the the bridal cake while Mrs. Miss Lynn. Prather, of Or-
program lando. Succumbed FridayLeslie of Trinity Lutheran Church officiating. pariso ilnd.1 University. He neral Home was in charge of ar
organ. Ruth Ziegler. Mrs, Verna McWilliams. taught for 35 in the Chi
The funeral party left; years rangements.
Paul Campbell will give the Miss Dianne McWilliams About a hundred and fifty Wichard Sullivan 53,
bride away. Mrs. Mary McDevitthas and Mrs. Edward Partin Jr. will 1 1II guests called during the morn- Loughman rancher and farmer, '-

been chosen to act as matron II serve the punch. Mrs. D. C.Easier Vida Gould ing. member of a pioneer Osceola ,.
Carte and Miss Della Rae Mc- County family, passed away Friday Cg .
Williams will attend the bride's Handweavers To morning after several weeks a
book. Iness.
Following the short wedding trip Meet At OrlandoFred Born in Odceola County; September -
the couple will make their homeon 7, 1909, the son of William -
Sleight director of the
Parade Ave. Lafayette (Tate) Sullivan
calls for :The tbride-elect is owner ofSu'Wan Central Florida Museum, will and Carrie Mae Campbell Sullivan -
give the welcoming addressat ,
'Nee Sales is treasurer of he had been a lifelong -resi- \S S
the luncheon meeting of
only the Chamber of Commerce, a den(.
$2.00 per Ib. member of the Business and Professional Florida the Tropical at Orlando.Weavers Guild of Besides his ranch and farm activities GENERAL ELECTRIC GENERAL ELECTRIC
Woman's Club and the he had been a school bus
The conference will be heldat
Woman's dub. The groom electis driver for a number of years.
the San Juan Hotel April
associated' with SuWanNee 1920. He was a member of the Bap-- FREEZER CHESTFREEZER
tist Church.
On the Friday program
mailedbut are Survivors include his wife, Clara -
Invitations are not being Col. John Fishback of the
all friends of the couple are Penland School of Weaving Marguerite Sullivan. His mother -

invited to the- wedding and re North Carolina and Mrs. Carrie Mae Sullivan. Loughman. I --- - -

ception. David Edwards who will speak Three daughters Quessie ,
about her interesting trips to Lillian Sullivan Davenport; Julia
Bride Elect Feted weaving centers on the Isles Mae Sullivan Groveland and Sylvia p rii -
of Harris and-Lewis, Scotland.On M. Sullivan, Lougbman. Four
At Morning PartyA Saturday Miss Marie sons Leslie L. Sullivan Eldon /
Benedict weaver-designer of Lafayette Sullivan John Holden .
beautiful spring party East Palatka, and Liv Gjck- Sullivan, all Loughman, and Ce-i '
was the informal >morning vibe a teacher of weaving in cil C. Sullivan, Kissimmee.' Two I '
UNUSUAL/ CANDIES party given for bride elect Norway will be the featured stepsons, James A. Jones, Lough- .: 1 ,
&*mr Peggy Grissom at the homeof speakers. Mrs. A. C. Aldrichof man and Green A. Jones Kis 1I
Mrs. William Prather on Clearwater the program simmee. Two stepdaughters, '
HUNT BROS. Lakeshore Boulevard on Sat- chairman will discuss Shadow Dorothy Martin Tampa and IF [ I
urday morning. Mrs. Pratherwas Weaving and during the Mary M. Wiley Groveland. Three I
joined as hostess by Mrs. conference other exhibits and sisters, Jimmie I. Forehand, An-
Pat Dollar and Mrs. Arthur slides of handweaving will be nie Mae Joiner and Elsie Joiner. M.dst
Logsdon.The shown along with work of the Three brothers George Sullivan / i 1j-S :: M4 rCA222 Ct 272
l l9oRf dining table was cen- members of the organization.The Dayton Sullivan and Earlie Sullivan _
lUJbl tered with a large formal arrangement Tropical Weavers Guildof all Loughman. Also 12 I 12.0 CU. FT. 12.0U.n.
;;...... ... '::... .... ' m.. .. of bridal wreath Florida Is a statewide or- jranclchildren.:

f and sweetheart roses. Pale ganization of groups as wellas Funeral services were held at .
individual members. All 3 o'clock' Sunday at the Oak Hill Total contact freezing shelves Fast freezing anywhere in box
1 persons interested in this fascinating Baptist Church Loughman with 9-position temperature control No exterior sweating Counter

_Ot EAST R giving 2\I\ art media are cordially the Rev. H. O. Reynolds and the . Adjustable door shelves balanced lidPARKS

1Siw.rtat invited to attend any of Rev. James W. Wooten, officiat-
from 3.75 up. the sessions. Miss Edith L. hg. Active casketbearers were i

Spencer of Orange Gardens- Messrs. Wilbur Adams, Tommy
Kissimmee, is the president. Haye, Stanley Overstreet Earl EITHER ONE t Jf # S

Miss Evelyn Long of Orlandois Schmidt J. Z. Schmidt and Tammy ''

Heal I E S the Miss Corresponding Florence Churchill secretaryand Messrs.Rinaldi.Floyd Bronson Honorary, Irlo Bron-were FOR ONLY... 8Jfff .

also Orlando is the
in Pants of acting son, Hansel Johnson, M. M. Over-
9. Priced b a now bloo 1'tJ. c$ treasurer. street, Lewis Schmidt, Guy Tin-
Y sIze dall Ed Rutledge and P. O
$' from 7miefce m.or Jinmtf renJesvout Church of God Aims Wall. Interment followed in Oak

4.50 i. Central Florida. Delight For Big AttendanceThe Hill Cemetery. Grissom Funeral FURNITURE CO.
your fmmily . honor your guettt Home was in charge of arrange-
. by bringing them to tAi truly ments.
Ol1d unique; dlniny room. Church of God will try to

rvp Ffte Garage s .......... reach a record attendance. Easter Services Held For KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
Flowers wired world S 'fat C..cY N..w Sunday morning at the 10 847.4171

wide; delivered city-wide.!' . az&z a.m. service. Vivian lone Pool -. , 892-2011 I
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if you use any of these dependable Standard gasoor long-running gasolines and Standard service! r

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The KSssbninee Gazette<<, Kissimmee, Fla., Than., April 11, 1963 3 tin, and Mrs. Cecil Norris. I
The Kissimmee Club will
be host to approximately 140 r QUANTITY, SAVF
Mrs. Robert Ford To
women at a district work- x RIGHTS
I shop at Tupperware Tuesday, V T RESERVED
May 14. Mrs. Conley has been
Head Woman's ClubMrs. named chairman of the com- PRICES GOOD
mittee in charge of luncheon Thru Uki
arrangements for the day long ;
Robert Ford was elect Mrs. C. W Conley, first vice workshop. Mrs. Conley. Mrs. APRIL 13th
ed and installed as presidentof president; Mrs. W. C. Seck- Ford, and Mrs. Conard have ..
the Kissimmee Woman's r OPTKICMT-! <
man, second vice president; been invited to attend a preplanning \ wu/N'.Dlalt.TORL..iNC.
Club Tuesday afternoon. Al. Mrs. Stetson Tarver, record workshop meeting # J Ada #
though other officers were ing secretary;Mrs.Maude Williams with Mrs. Charles McDowell, .
elected Mrs.Ford was the only corresponding secre- district director, April 13, in
officer installed in order that tary; and Mrs. Harry Dale Winter Park.
she can officially representthe treasurer. The senior club will cater i
club at the state convention These officers will be in- the banquet at the installation i
to be held. April 16-18 in stalled at the annual lunch- meeting of junior woman's 0 S
Palm Beach. meeting held May be Ob t
I eon club to held in the club STOin
Mrs. Carl Kenton, a past 7. Mrs. Ellis F. Davis will bldg. May 18.
president, was the installing head the committee in charge S
officer. of arrangements for the lun- .::... ..
Jim Griffin
The president's pin was pre cheon meeting. She will be Family 1DP
sented to Mrs. :Ford by Mrs.i assisted by Mrs. George Gard- Held Reunion
Fred Conard, outgoing presi-- ner Mrs. N. Ray Carroll, Mrs. HereA
dent. I Riley :Miles, :Mrs. Bruce Par- family reunion, observing
The Finest Smoked
Other officers elected were I the 84th birthday of Jim Very
Griffin, was held Saturday.
April 6th,at the Griffin Homeon

WHY PAY MORE Those Main attending Street. were Mr. Easter HAMSHANK

1r'iiiiii'nr7 and Mrs. Walter Griffin; Mr. M
and Mrs. Bill Shiles and child-
ren, Becky, Billie and Blake;
Mr and Mrs. E. L. Humphrey HALF Lb. Easter Feast
Sr.; Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hum- .
JL phrey Jr and children Chris The sweet, smoky flavor of Sunnyland
SOFTNESS? and Cathy; Mr. and Mrs. hams has mode them the first choice U. S. CHOICE
Jimmy Humphrey and child of thrifty homemakers. protein-rich,
ten,Dean and Scot, all of New carefully selected extra lean hams.
Hood Soft Rinse pampers all Smyrna Beach and Mrs. Jessie
your washables-and your/'N Mae McMaster, Jimmy and
pocketbook: too! Fluffs tow. y %.. Hood Jackie. of Kissimmee. Half .L.. 43 a
els and diapers to fleecy softness
Leaves fabrics Sofc Gardens
so deep Orange
wrinkle easy-when-free necessary that ironing at alL RINSE I Home Club MeetsThe Roasting Chickens LB. 39; WHOLE or HALFLegOLamb

.- "* Orange Gardens Home .... 690Loin
The fabric softener ::
complete r Demonstration Club met Tues- GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN 18 20 LB. WHOLE or HALF BROAD BREASTEDWD
at the economy price. day with Mrs. Ed Ladue presiding Lamb Chops . u..98_

HOOD SOFT RINSE new members. At the joined meeting makinga four Brand Turkeys LB. 39; Rib Lamb Chops e. u. 79cJ

total membership of 51. .
Sgt. Vincent Smallwood of WHOLE or HALF Shoulder Lamb Chops u. 59Fresh
the highway patrol told the
I group about traffic problemsand Pork LOjflSLB.49; Shoulder Lamb Roast L. 490
how they affect the family

Displays. made by Mrs. Al Lamb Breast . . u,. 190
A Family Matter Tihart. :Mrs. Jack Semple and t flvii.p' ,' Ground Lamb '
Mrs. Henry Szankiewicz were !I ': . u. 390All
used to Illustrate the art of ---
The family alone should select the
flower arranging. Corsages Stores HORMEL BONELESS CANNED . REGULARLY $1.99
funeral director who, in their opin made by Mrs. Frank Pyle were
WILL I BE f 59-
visitors and
ion, will serve them best. Obvious- presented to Hams . 3 CAN 2.
plants were given to membersand TOP VALUE STAMPS I .
this decision should be made visitors. I CLOSED
thout outside influence or pres Mrs. William Tangerman reported WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR I
tIIy arrangements have 1 I. ,
Choosing a funeral director been made for AchievementDay NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE j EasterSUNDAY tr1 Y Wieners LB. 49;
May 1st at 9:30: a.m. at Good Thru Limit Ont Coupon To Adult With .
MEMBER should always be strictly a family the Kissimmee Community April 1 13 A $5.00 or More Food Order. REGULAR 59 4 LB. . SWIFT PREMIUM
THE ORDER matter.CF House: Mrs. Tangerman and 1 I i
Mrs. George Murphy will be .ti
GC CI' ROLE in charge of flower exhibits. ,tI "t' "Ud Sli. Bacon . LB. 49;
Mrs. Roy Craven will repre-
R.IEDEL sent the club in hobby and
handicraft exhibits. MORTON . Chicken, Bf, Turkey, Salisbury, Horn
24 MOORAMltlt4NE 9ItJme Mrs. Tangerman emphasized 1w- -. [
Dinners 1 89
that all exhibits must be FOR
SCftVKXPhone! KISSIMMEE i 07 EMMIrr- FLORIDA sneer at the community house be- 50 Free Top Value Stamps 50 Free To Value Stamps. ,
fore 9:30 a.m. and will remain WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF TH TH i s COLPON'Ah0 P iCHAS. 06 MORTON . ATppl, Cherry, Pto.h, CooonuT ; :jj
until 2:30 p.m. Lunch will be TMMEK Picas, FMOZKN'TASTE o SEA $ix .oz c raoztN '
served for members Fruit Pies 3 1; ; '
: tI Fish Cake Dinners e c a e with Lemon FOR
SL-31b8 '1
Pancake SupperThe 1 2 Ice 59
Moose Lodge will hold a
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pancake supper Saturday. April
Lath, at the .Moose Hall. I 'I .

will Everyone be 50 cents is invited.per :person.Donations re e To p V Sue S tams 50 Free Top Value Stamps '50 Free Top Value Sta....
'1.00 en Mom WORTH Oil'Dixie
oNt 'Oo-CT rRG 11500 on MORI WORTH or
Home Tea Bags Health S: Beauty Aids

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.4 The Klsstnwrw Gazette. Klssfanmee..r Fla.r Hum. April_ IL 19631 many _baked_ gaily decorated Peggy GrissomHonored As a surprise, the ninety John Beebe's To
called during the
Honeybelles Held cessfully been completing cakes for the occasion.As guests bride- Observe AnniversaryMr.
At Coffee evening showered the
. throughout the year. A large) part of the planned program ''' .
Annual BarbecueThe table decorated with huge clov- ;,,. elect with miscellaneous gifts. and Mrs. John Beebe will
a short meeting was held .. .Initiating the series of parties
ers displayed the various ribbons -' conducted the President honoring Peggy Grissom ekbrate their Golden WeddingniHversary
their annual Honeybelles party 4-H and Club barbecueat held and project. books and and Dava Lurie. Before by partaking of : t' & ; : . j whose marriage to Wesley Luncheon Honors \ Friday April 19th.
hand sewn articles that the J". Franklin Jones of Belle Glade with an Open House at tie home
dinner and barbecue
the buffet-styled
the home of their leader Mrs/ BrideElectMiss in Idora
k Park.
Honeybelles have either won or will be an event of April 27th
Gus Lurie. All the members of a hymn was sung Friends are invited to call from
made in connection with their coffee
was the large dessert Peggy Grissom bride-
the club were present and and blessing ; : 1
Susan McKnight to 10
Foods projects and their Childcare given by a group of Belle elect of April 27th, was guestof p.m.W'@Ia
brought guests
along and members offered Williams.All '- "'
by Joyce
work. colorful ribbons .. Glade hostesses. Mrs. Chris
Many honor at a luncheon, recently -
of rmi ;
their family. I talent the youngsters and manyof Figaro joined by Mrs.
for public speakingand was when she was a house
One of the main purposes ol i achievement work were the adults participated in relay 4 '. E.I J. Cross. Mrs. Dot Hayes guest of the groom-elect's parents
the party was to acquaint the and s
viewed by the guests. races three-legged races Mrs. E. J. Carlton. Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
friends and family with some of The club members each wound up the party with a vigorous Rashley Mrs. Donald Tanner Jones, of Belle Glade.
the projects the girls have suc brought a covered dish and game of baseball.GREEN'S Mrs. Laura Crews Mrs. Mrs. James Wierengo was

:3. Edna Bass and Mrs. Sonya hostess to a small group of
Figaro, at the Figaro home. friends at her home in Belle
Thinking of Dining Out? FUEL Tpffee was poured by Mrs. Glade. Spring flowers were
>,, covered used on the luncheon tableas
Sales and Service well as the living room.
Check. These Advantages! ?; tub. green. Pink roses were usedin In addition to Miss Grissom
; : profusion. Miss Grissom guests included Mrs. W S. 3
Electronic Ordering for Fast Service WOW 147-4172 147-4171 l
her mother, Mrs. Edward C. Jones Mrs. Robert J. Allen,
Broasted Chicken or Shrimp KISSIMMEE I.i.: Grissom, and the groom's Mrs. W J. Norris, Mrs. Wade
For the Best in Eating For Gas Delivery:Phone mother, Mrs. W. S. Jones, McCormick and Mrs. Layman
Harold Wigal 847-2058 T -, tC were given orchid corsages. Hardman.
.. Covered Parking Area for R.A.etcher 847-4539 1" ..... ;
Year'Round Comfort Kenneth ftledto ,:,.' .:.. .".: f
892-7695[St Cloud] .
: ." Kissimmee Furniture Store
Convenient Carry-Out on.All Menu Items For Ga Service:Phone .
CAN YOU DO BETTER ANYWHERE? J.B. Rountr.Robert Allen 847-4062 . t- .....: -.- .:' 23 Broadway .

"Come as!! you are, dine in your car/* Emory Bronson 847-4570
Leo Girourd 847-2061 Telephone 847-4411
R.H.Hall 892-1212 St.Cloudor : 4 ,y,.a ;, Ar':s.
Walt's Freez-ette Drive-In call H.847-4819 T.Simmons Mgr. "s-", .. '...... complete free interior decorating service plannedto

Highway 17.92 South at the Overpass Robert O'Berry s.7-3219 --1i: :,; suit your pocketbook. Featuring Name Brand
R.W.Lassrtw 847-3442 $ t ,:....
Phone 847-4812 for Carry Out John Evans St.Good 892-3482 a r : Furniture, Bedding,Accessories, Carpets,Accent r

T '- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMiss Rugs, Lamps and Draperies.

Carolyn Ruth Lanier \
(Evening Appointments) .. ,
Lanier-Massimi ern Nazarene College.
Plans are being made for a
Engagement Told Spring wedding.

-.. # Rev. and Mrs. Augustus eep'drives ahead with two

Evans Lanier of Middleburg Orange, Gardens
Florida announce the engage- Civic Group Met MEW HISTORY MAKERS!
ment of their daughter Miss I

_. Carolyn Ruth Lanier, to DavidV. The Orange Gardens Civic
Massimi of Cambridge I Association met Thursday at
i& Massachusetts.Miss House with
the community

Dream planstrue come ;,0 -:- :; :' ; St. Cloud Lanier High Is a School graduateof and Rev.Rev. Henry Renus Young Olson presIding.gave the ik

,-1:' is presently a Junior at East invocation.
I I ern Nazarene College Wollas- Wednesday, April 24th the
in these d ton. Mass. will enjoy an "outing"at
4rv.. ;\l. 'f : i Mr.: Massimi is a graduateof group the Deseret Mormon Ranch.
\ Technical
Rindge Mrs. Rita Hunt Mrs. Edna
GENERAtlJl ELECTRIC School Cambridge. He Is also Lewis and Miss Marjorie Fish UEEP": A.GONEER Comfort speed and
enrolled as a Junior at East are in charge of the outing. smoothness of a passenger car plus 4-wheel drive traction and safety

After a short business meet- New 'Jeep' Tornado-OHC engine Most usable cargo space. Also +is
Ing Miss Edith Spencer introduced available in 2-WD models-Optional automatic transmission.
BUILTINKITCHENS Pete Lord of Florida i .
Care who talked on the importance e
pC EASTERis of physical therapy;
with certain ailments A
------------ treatment r
stating that poor pos-
family time ture is the cause of many
aches and pains and that thisis

...and a wonderful time for pictures a protein starved nation especially -
the oldsters.
Mfk* sY-o.llt. e Kvcfbk tomefigt*.equipment. fJrri a member of the Florida Nur- r.
Built-in Ranges ses Association and past pres- :J1 KP'GLADIATOR
Passenger car smoothness on the
ident of the State Nurses As-
sociation of Pennsylvania, highway sure-footed 'Jeep'4-WD traction off the road New 'Jeep'
Tornado-OHC engine Just one 4-WD shift lever Optional automatic
PARKS spoke on how
FURNITURE CO. nutrition, exercise and emotional I transmission choice of body styles GVWs from 4,000 8,600 IDS.
control is to :good I

KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD health.period A followed question the and speakers.answer STEP IN..SIZE IT UP..TRY IT OUT jallnew

847.4171 892.2011 Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lock- AT YOUR 'JEEP1 DEALER'S TODAY! ;JOCR L- = 1 :
wood and Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Cross became new members. Wanly Motor,worths largest manufacturer of i.......drift inMcto.

BROWNIE : Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mallardof "JEEP
Pennsylvania were visitors. J. and R. MOTORS CO. Dlv.

StO/J1SYPI1tQJIqI OUTFIT The hostess chairman was Orange Blossom Trail KissimM,f10ridaKA"SER
# rnIDslID (
Mrs. H. H. Massengill. She
Electric-eye camera outfit was assisted by Mrs. Eliza-
. .at low, low cost! beth Ladson, Mrs. Walter LLOYD BRIDGES SHOW Tues., 8 P. M. Lll1UflaalEIEEP : l!
Davis and Mrs. C. L. Keach.
Everything you need to take pictures They served tasty cookies and -
indoors or out-including : coffee from an attractive
a camera with built-in/ exposure table decorated in the Easter AGRICULTURAL INGlE
meter! Now you can get good motif. d
shots every shot because the
meter shows you exactly whereto I
set the lens.Take black-and- Bethany Circle To FINANCINGincluding
white or color snapshots or @oo J% f lrnw
Meet Monday NightThe
slides with pushbutton easel

Bethany Circle of the
$'28 75 First United Presbyterian 'JSNINGMDTOR

..' Church will meet Monday GROVES
evening 1ft the educational -
building at 8 o'clock with Mrs.
Carl Kenton presiding.Mrs. RANCHES
Hunt Bros."THE Maurice Grigsby and .
Mrs. Charles Phillips will be ." ,"'Co. ,.
the hostesses.Dr. :. current interest
Olive Fish will be the .
OPEN study leader, using chapters rate .
FRONT STORE" 6 and 7 in the study guide, Your:
FANCY BASKETS FULL OF GOODIES Mercury outboard dealer
God. '
"One People 5 % will arm you with facts about
I All members are urged to (2 the new Here fishing motors

attend. ...information that you may
C need to convince your wife (or
98 simple interest yourself) that you've just got
COTTON'SSTARLITE to have one. Maybe your old
lup banger is shearing pins. Meres
have no shear pins. They havea
OUR THIRTIETH YEAR live-rubber safety dutch in-
CLUBpresents ", stead. Maybe you can't troll
with your old motor becauseit
idles badly and fouls plugs.
CHOCOLATE EGGS lOc, 39c, 69c, 1.25 serving these counties: Fishing Mercs have tilted pow-
erheads that eliminate fuel
PLUSH BUNNIES 98c to '2.98 Orange-Volusia "puddling" and fixed-jet carburetors -
Seminole- Osceola that keep the mixture
EGG DYE, GRASS, CHICKS, EGGS lOc lti kORlHKSONTHEHOUSEIFYOUOOM"f Brevard right. There are Iota of good
reasons why you should havea
WIND AND SONG, BELOVED SPRAY MIST '2.00 new Mere. They start easy.
They go through weeds and
'INTIMATE COLOGNE SPECIAL 8.75 r shallows without beating up.
CENTRAL APRODUCTION They have full gearshift.

'EMERAUDE, L'ORIGAN SPRAY MIST 3.50 If you don't hate an outboard

CREDITASSOCIATION ...all the more reason to buya
WHITMANS. FANNIE MAY, HOLLINGSWORTH CHOC. 1.50 up new Mere. It will take you
off the dock and back where
MY SIN, ARPEGE SPRAY COLOGNES '5.006.00SIStS the fish are hiding.

J. P. Payne General Manager
There's a good
NEW! KODAK. SUPER 27 CAMERA, COMPLETE 19.88 "" SEEKMTFiGGz 1916 North OnngeA.enoe Mere chance that you'll g* a new
60..6 lip Were 110
Orlando.Florida ...9.8 hp, or a new Mere 200
POLAROID COLOR FILM *- X011'4.89ENGLISH .Lll eek'JANET .. .. .20 hp. MERCS are very
Phone GArden
. LEATHER.FOR HIM, All Purpose Lotion from 1.50 j; .. ''2.\ ()'let ''',; : 2-5800 light and easy to carry home.mERCuRY.

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The Kissimmee Gazette, KI- ssbmnee11Hus.. ., April 11, 1963 5

Little I ORANGE GARDEN in the Courthouse at Kissim- County. Florida at Kbaimmee.Florida. .
Major mee. Florida within six calendar within six calendar months
months from the date of the first rom the date of the first publlcalon -
publication of this Notice. Each of this notice. Each claim .>r
JOTTINGSby claim or demand must be In writing demand must be la writing andmust
New Season I and must state the place of residence state the place of rWlden+r
Opens = of the claimant and must and post-office address of the clali i-
itlratawdk REYNOLDSWith be sworn to by the claimant his ant and be sworn to by claimants
agent or attorney. or the same will agent or attorney, or the san'cAiR
become void according to law. become void aeeordtee to law
Warren York, president of the tors, an early games this year This the 9th day of April. 1963 This the Roth day of Marc*. 1863

t Little Florida Major League, an- must start at 6 p.m. and the the return of pleasant Orange Blvd. has returned home s/Executrix MARY GARDNER of the Estate of .JENNIE Administratrix BUJWITAs of Estate

nounces that Monday, April 8, late games must be over by BETTY EBY weather, many of the Orange from Palatka.Mr. Cora M. Gaylord. deceased. of Stanley A. Dowtat. De

marked the opening of the sea 9:30 p.m. Games are scheduled k' By Garden residents are looking Murray Attorney W.for Overstreet.ExecutrixP. Jr. ELLIS ceased.F. DAVIS

son with the first game playedat from April 8 through June 14 forward to visits from friends and Mrs. Starling are enjoying O. Box 492 tesiramee. Florida
Kissimmee. Florida Attorney for Admx
6 p.m. at the Little League and the public is urged to at- and relatives during the coming a vacation visit at the April 11 18. 25. May 2. 1963. Apr. 4. 11. 18. 35. 193

ball field in Kissimmee. tend. Easter holiday, or to making name( of Mr. and Mrs. Jack

I According to a new policy The team sponsors and man- plans to visit them for a few STATE OF FLORIDA _, IN THE COURT OF THE
and Mrs. Joe Oglesby ing Sweethearts of
Mr. the University
adopted by the Board of Direc- agers are as follows: First Fed- days during the Easter school Lauderdale. COUNTY. FLORIDA
went to Daytona, Sunday for of Florida to appear Fort TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
eral Loan. Fred Russo; First vacation. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Christening of their here Saturday April 20th Notice Is hereby given that the
Christian Church, Major Beiter; Florida Development Cemnisstoalas
Milton L d i part of their youth benefit FINAL DISCHARGE:
r Call. grandson a n s Garden Inspected a Private Airport site
.r Mickler's Mills Van Pliss; Tupperware The regular monthly meetingof IN RE: THE ESTATE: OF
In Section 33. 25 South
Oglesby III, son of Mr. and program. However, they need Township WAVERLEY B. NEWSOMB.deceased .
Parks Furniture Cc. Home Parties, Howard the Orange Gardens Civic Range 27 East. in Osceola County.
Mrs. Milton L. Oglesby II, accommodations for these 35 Florida of J. H.
upon application
Harris; Elks Club Ralph Davis; Assoc. held last Thursday even- Club NewsThe 201 South Division Street. IN PROBATETO
t For Prompt Repair of Tour ("Mickey"): Mr Milton Landis girls for sleeping Saturday Sherloch. ALL WHOM IT MAY COMCERN -
Steve Walker 4 well Orlando. FloridaInspection
Rotary Club ; ing, April was a very
I Joe's father had night. Anyone who :
Ogelsby can help reveals the site to be
REFRIGERATOR William C. and attended health Notice 1 is hereby given that T
Jaycees. May; one. Many prob-
suitable for the Intended.
down to visit Mickeyand out -putting two purposes
come up Daylily Circle will meet have filed: my final report as Executor -
Phone S47-4171
the Kiwanis Club Bob O'Berry. lems with particular needs of Public notice Is hereby given thata
of these of the Estate of WAVER-
Mina, and to see his name or more girls for the Wednesday morning, 9:30 a.m., Private Airport site approval will
Field for the National Gardens residents LEY B. NEWSOME. deceased; that
i Manager sake and great grandson.He night are asked to contact Orange were April 17, at the home of Mrs. be Issued on or after April 15. 1963. I have filed petition for final discharge -
league is Fred Ward. John Mrs. considered in a panel discussionby unless prior to April 15. 1963. causes ttu
returned with Joe and Charles Jackson 847- and that 1 will apply to
Flowers For All Occasions Joe Johnston Neptune Rd. shown In writing to this Commission -
Moore is Field Manager for the persons with a wide expert Honorable O P. Johnson. County
will make visit here for why such permit should
a a
4355.Mrs. June Gunn will present the Judge of Osceola County. Florida.
ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST American League. Arthur Wood while and then go on to Knoxville N. Nelson has returned ence in the solution of these "Care of House Plants. not be granted.BY AUTHORITY. OF on the 30th day of April. 1963 for
and J. Fernia are in charge of from Boston, Massachusetts problems.The : approval of same and for final discharge -
Tenn. to visit his other Florida Development CommissionThis
Mrs. E. O. Jonhson will assist I as Executor of the Estate
the Farm teams. grandson, Joe Meriwether where she went to attend 1st. day of April. A.D.. 1963.T. WAVERLEY B. NEWSOME. de-
Mrs. Johnson as cohostess.The W. Witherlngton
The men serving with the Oglesby and family, where Joe the wedding of her grand- Shuffleboard singles com- Secretary ceeaed.
1474591Christian Gloriosa Circle will post- This.11t day of March. A.D 1963
25 ROADWAY president, on the Board of Di- is attending the University of daughter. She also visited in petition has been completed F. H. Stoutamlre. (s) C. A. Walker

rectors are Russell Thacker Tennessee College of Law. Rochester, New York several with the following results: pone their meeting for one Aviation Department April 11. 1963 Executor of the
week because of the flower Estate ofWaverly
treasurer, Horace Phipps secre- From there Mr. Ogelsby days before returning to Kiss Mr. C. F. Duffy, winter for B. Newsome
Science show. will meet Friday. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
and Charles Johnson will Indiana immee. the and Mr. Szan- They deceased.
tary, Roy go to Terre Haute men Henry THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN AND TRACKERP.O.
Society Ingersoll, Hay wood Johnson. for the Commencement Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. kiewics consolation winner. April 26 for a picnic luncheonat AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. THACKER. Box S27. Ktastmawe. Fla.

Each Wednesday p. m. Bud Eide Fred Littlefield, and exercises at Rose Polytechnic Sands of Danvers, Massachusetts Miss Edith Spencer was win- Brinson Park, 12:30 p.m. It FLORIDA.IN CHANCERY.. Attorneys for Executor

309 N. Randolph Bob Hanlon. Institute. Last June, was the who have been Winter ner for the ladies and Mrs. is planned to have a landscape FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ) March 38. April 4. 11. 18. 1963

lamar Stnrictt . . . 11 ..m.S. occasion of the 70th anniversary ' visitors in Kissimmee, returned George Glover, consolation win- authority to speak and help with OF AND ST.LOAN PETERSBURG.ASSOCIATION a Fed- )) IN COURT OF COUNTY JUDGEOSCEOLA

..Jay Sch..l . . . 9:30 L" Grace Lutherans of his graduation in the to their home last Satur ner. the final work of beautificationat eral Savings and Loan Assocsa- ) COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
t day. the park.LEGAL. lion existing under the laws )) RE: ESTATE OF RUTH
class of 1892 and he is the They were so pleased of the United States of America.) M. MARSHALL. deceased.
Observe Holy Week with their visit in Kissimmeethat NOTICE OF FILING PETITIONFOR
r oldest living alumnus of Rosa Miss Edith Spencer and Miss Plaintiff. )
LEARN BAR ERINH Wm J. During the ceremonies Dean they made arrangementsto NOTICESNOTICE -YS- )
Pastor Hoerger an-
Marjorie Fish are being visited E. L. MAYNARD and HESTER ) ADMINISTRATOR WITH
Insure Year future IB servicesof Moench presented him with a return early in the Fall. wife. ) WILL ANNEXED
well-paying protectionDay nounces the Holy Week by Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell OF LEGISLATIONTO MAYNARD. his
6 Night Claws Grace Lutheran Church to be certificate as "A pioneer in Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Finleyof and daughters Melinda, Mar- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: No.Defendants.6451-C ) that I have filed my final return
V.A. Approved follows the mining industry of the Claranda, Iowa, after Notice Is hereby given of intentionto NOTICE OF FORKCLO-ifRE SALE as Administrator with Will annexedof
Orlando Barber College as : jorie and Mary, from Pennington apply to the 1963 Session of the
the estate of Ruth M. Marshall
spending the winter in Kiss- BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT
western states a successful
3399 S. Orange Blossom Tr. 7:30 p.m. Good Friday the : N. J. Florida Legislature for passage of Notice is hereby given that the deceased: that I have filed my petition
GA 5-6875 Service of Holy Communion. professional engineer, a civic- I immee, have returned to their an act to empower Osceola County undersigned Glenn Ray. Clerk of for distribution and for final
to coordinate and direct
Its devel-
1 minded gentleman of broad home. the Circuit Court of Osceola County. discharge and that on the 30 day
9 a.m. Easter Sunday Worship Mr. and Mrs. Bay and family opment through planning and re- Florida will, on the 22nd day of April. 1963. I will apply to the
Service. interests,a youthful spirit anda I Birthday congratulationsthis lated activities providing for the of April 1963. at 12:00: M. at the I Honorable O. P. Johnson County
loyal alumnus of Rose." Mr. week are being sent to from Covington, Ky. have mov- establishment, government and Osceola County Courthouse. In the Judge of OeceoU County, Floridafor
FENCE POSTS, POLES, ETC. The Women's Guild viewed an ed into the home on 1616 Janet maintenance of a planning commission City of Kissimmee. Florida offer approval of sold final return
celebrate his Olive Thompson and
Oglesby will Riesinger, staff: and providing I
and for an order of distribution
and sell at public outcryto
Pressure Creosoted to last interesting film strip on the for sale
a St. for effective date thereof.
92nd birthday in September, Judy Partin Calderon, the highest and best bidder for and for final discharge a* Admin
Lifetime. Chinese True Light Mission of BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS cash, the following described prop- istrator with Will annexed of the
He is an active member of the Ed Brinson, E. E. Edwards, OF
estate of Ruth M. Marshall deceased
SOUTHERN WOOD PKSltVMG COMPANY New York at their recent erty situated In Osceola County. -
Mrs. Fred Gardner from Syracuse OSCEOLA COUNTY.
Lions Club in Indiana.On Inelle Kelley, Nelson Makinson Florida. to-wit
IAIDW1N HA. 266-4251 meeting.Mrs. Saturday morning Mr. Georgia B. Shaver, Buddy N. Y. is a guest of Mr. FLORIDABy HARRIS G. DANIEL LOT 5. KISSIMMEE HIGH' Dated: March :20. 1963.
Erford A. WoodsAs
Wm. Hoerger led the de- and Mrs. George Mosher, who Ingram, Steve Miles, Bubba and Mrs. James D. Spence of Chairman per plat FOURTH thereof as recordedIn Administrator with Will

votions, using an appropriate have been spending the Win- Graves, Frieda Best, Connie 1613 Janet St. April 11. 1963 Plat Book 1. page 400. Public Annexed of the estate of

SAND ROCK Lenten meditation. ter in Kissimmee, left for Autrey, Louisa Muller, Rita NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO rida.Records of Osceola County. Flo Ruth Kelley M. Marshall deceased

MORTAR MIX Future planning of the ladies their home at Vestaburg Hunt, Mane Depew, Ralph Mrs. Arthur James has returned Notice WHOM is hereby IT given MAY of CONCERN Intentionto pursuant to the final decreepond P Kissimmee.hI8.P8X 331 Florida(U East Monument)

STEEL & WIRE MESH include a return trip to the Michigan.Sgt. Hasler, Mary Lou Johnson, home after having been a apply to the 1963 session of the Inc foreclosure In :said entered Court.In the a style of- Attorney for Administrator

Lutheran Home at Slavia for a Ward McKinley of Bangor Devoy Kesler, James Love, patient at a local hospital.Mrs. an Florida act to Legislature amend Section for passage 1 of Chapter of- which Is First Federal Savings and -March 28. April 4. 11. 18.

work day. April 18th has been set Maine is visiting his Janie Thomas, Marshall Wale 61-1274. Laws of Florida. 1961. Loan Association of St Petersburg.Association !

' TtlHtfIQt for the annual church picnic at mother in law, Mrs. MarieB. lis, Mabel Watkins, Betty Fred Morris of 1610 ary providing to be for paid a by supplemental Osceola Countyto sal- 'a Federal existing Savings: under and the Loan laws of- STOVES REFRIGERATORS

the home of Mr. and Mrs. War- Smith. Reaves, Bobby Johnson and each Circuit Judge who Is a the United States of America.-

a ren Miller Alligator Lake. April Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pigmanof Elsa Rahn. Best wishes to eachof resident of Osceola County but who E.nard.L. his Maynard wifeWITNESS and. Hester May- USED
devotes the of his time
major part
27th is the date of the spring Lexington, Kentucky who you. Also congratulationsto ALL AROUND to service In Orange County; to my hand and official of FURNITURE
seal of said Court this 3rd day
Rally of the Lutheran Women's have spent the winter in Ft. Murray and Agnes Rogerson make payment of the same a county April. 1963.HClrcult Sewell-Thurmond
KENANSVILLEBy purpose and to provide for an
Missionary League St. Paul Pierce stopped by Sunday to their wedding anniversary effective' date thereof Court Seal RAY. 1015 West Church ORLANDO3E&3IE&
Lutheran Church, Lakeland. see tomorrow.Mr. Betty Bass COMMISSIONERS OF CLERK OF THS CIRCUIT .
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Walter Marter COURTBY -.-
May 4th, a bake, sale will be OSCEOLA COUNTY.
held at the Winn-Dixie Store at Purdy and daughter and son and sons, Scott and Brian will Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Burch and FLORIDABy : /s/Gtenn April Ray.11.Clerk 1963

Phone: 847-3524 St. Cloud: in law Mr. and Mrs. Edward arrive tomorrow to spend a Linda were visited over the HARRIS G. DANIEL

Shahmouradian of Akron week with the Bob Ebys. Mrs. week end by relatives the Mar- ChairmanApril 11. 1963 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S'
Trinity Lutherans Ohio spending the weekas Elsie Grigsby who has spent COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY.
are ion Myricks from out of town. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
i.. Observe Holy WeekTwo house guests of Mr. and the past two weeks visiting Newcomers to the communityare COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.CASE NO. 6691 I
\\\"W 1 Mrs. Gilbert Mears of 832 them at North Augusta S.C. I FLORIDA. IN RE: ESTATE OF ) :
II' special services will be 1 Mr. and Mrs. Don Keene 'IN RE: ESTATE OF : STANLEY A. DOWIAT )
Canterbury Lane. The Mears : will return with them. CORA M. GAYLORD. Deceased. Deceased ) \
held Lutheran Church from Lakeland.Mrs.
at Trinity
and Purdy families were formerly Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Law- CARDS FOR
during Holy Week. Services with Annie Boney was moved TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. All Creditors. Legatees. Distributors -
neighbors when they son of Miami spent several DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER and All Persons Having SUNDAY,,APRIL 14
TERMITESSWARMING Holy Communion will be held on from Kissimmee to the Orange HAVING CLAIMS OR.DEMANDS Demands Against Said '" .
resided, inj Men Cove, New: days here last week visiting SONS Claims or {- t j ; ;
7:30.. Memorial Hospital! in JVGAINST SAID ESTATEYou : '
:Thursdayeverting at Orlando : v
You herebynotified
relatives 'and friends. 'an'e
York, and each of you are hereby of are HbfBRbS.
? pastor, the Rev Henry 'Young, Ed and Clarice Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hortonof last week where she underwent notified and required to presentany and required to present :
will speak on "The Passoverand surgery on her broken hip. claims which you. or either of any claims which you or either of
Bill and flew Vermilion Ohio Mr. and
Cindy Jimmy;
you. may have against the estateof you. may have against the ceased
will be
caH the Lord's Supper. Good over Sunday from Plant Cityto Mrs. C. C. Stephenson of Dell- Rev. Eugene Vickers Cora M. Gaylord. deceased late of Stanley A. Dowiat
services will be held on ordained Into the full Gospel of Osceola County. Florida to the late of Osceola County. Florida.
Friday visit Clarice's parents, Mr. wood Park and Mr .and Mrs.
Uric in County Judge of said County at his to the County Judge of Osceola
Friday morning at 10:30. The and Mrs. J. G .Matz. Ed Moore of Syracuse, New Ministry in services at the Lake-

sermon subject will be, "It is Sarah Skinner who has York were guests of Mr. and view Baptist Church Friday I i

Finished!" spent the winter at Rome, Mrs. W. S. Dunsmore Friday April 12, at 8 p.m.
for the sake of home BIG BUY in BUl5GE
your I Holy Communion will again be: Georgia with her parents has night. The occasion marked On Sunday, April 14, the Second I

celebrated at the Easter morning returned to her home In Orange Mrs. Moore's birthday.Mr. Sunday Sing will be heldat I
service at 10:30. The sermon]l Gardens. She was accompanied and Mrs. Ed Moore left the church here. i
847-3489 to return to their O. L. Strick-: IiiiiiiHhIH" mllllllillllllillml1mllllUnllli / Low, low price' This quiet, dependable
theme will be, "The Creates t by her brother, Monday Rev. and Mrs. I Thinline installs easily; in ;loeer-sash windows
I Victory Ever Won!" Norman Underwood. home at Syracuse New York. land attended a wedding and I '- or through the wall. Works on
Mr. and Mrs. Willard York Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wells visited their families at Bay, i"::::...:".:E:==:::::::-i:==:::=:::: adequate 1I3-volt circuit: draws only any 714

left last week for Lebanon, left this week for Concord Lake on Friday.Mr. I I'._m...rhffilli....;__::..._:_;.......:_....f.__...Ef.ffi._....._. amperes-less current than a toaster.
PRESTIGE New Jersey where they will New Hampshire where they and Mrs. John Tankersly :f.-illE-E2:: :: : : "T ;;;;- 1ilii :

HOMES spend the summer. will spend the summer went to Bay Pines Wednesdayto r [7.1;;;: .E: ::gm : ::3 a e 4000 ITU/Hr

'. Goodwin Mr. and have Mrs.returned E. Sykes to months.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hunter see his brother Bob. .. .-..=...;.;..=...-.;;-;.;.-.=........._...-:.._....ili._-...._.._...; e 2-w.y .,,..rati.a r:
BUILT w: .. Mrs. Carol Fender, Orlando : =: 10.COOl Urpltitllt
--- "
their home in Ludlow Vermont who spent the winter on Sun Constance I ONLY
visited her mother, MODEL IOTA ROOM AIR CONDITIONER quirt I
FOR YOU after spending the win- Street, have returned to their cuI-
Lanier. on Sunday. I
By ter here. home at Elkhart. Indiana. i. I.g l HI-COOl for$1 7 9 9 5
._ __ '
The Allen Johnson have For the past two weeks 1 THIS IS A FACSIMILE OF THE NEMA SEAL The "'1.imCNti_.

returned to their summer many dinners and parties 1 Y4x I actual seal, affixed to General Electric Room Air e W-p siti..

George L. ReynoldsFor home at Sun Prairie, Wiscon- have been held both in Kiss- E Conditioners,signifies that BTUHrwattsandamth.rm.stat// OfHEt .eeas
pere ratings are certified accurate by the National
immee and St. Cloud for Anna e Wa .'.1 a air
Electrical Manufacturers'Association. :
sin.The Rotary Club is send- Perkins of Orange Gardens.Mr. &ft .

Further Information Call 847-2856 or 847.2266 ing up smoke signals. They and Mrs. Lewis of the St.

have arranged for the Sing- Cloud hotel gave a dinner
for Mrs. Perkins and invited
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many of her St. Cloud friendsto

bade farewell. At the Elks

r Club, a small private party
was held given by Mrs. J. r F

Flanagan, Helen Thomas and .". ,
her mother Mrs. Elmer. The 4- .Jf. KISSIMMEE. ST. CLOUD
.. .. .
.. # ''''- I 47-4171 892.3011
Norris families of Lake Cecile # '
area held a dinner party for ..,' '. c ;: tt. ,, .

Mrs. Perkins ; '.. ,:;'! \.
with some ;.;.\. . .
SAVEWHERE ion.friends At the present Tropical for Hotel the occas-, rep .. .,.-; .- .. '....'H'-,,,...'.." ty.1,." '.

: ..:.: i tt
resentative members of theWoman's : '' f. :
. '1. .. .' .. 1 1
TOUR Club said their 4" '",.... ...:.;..;; .
.. ,..t
adieus with a lovely luncheon .' <'.:.r.... .... .. ,,......>.;...!. ..
.... .. ,. .
MONEY EARNS __ held last Monday. '!. . .. "

Many more functions had . : !..;.!. tt.:t. J.
t l'. .. .r ..,''t
been planned, but due to a !; f : !:
change in plans Mrs. Per- Of
kins left a week earlier than Any I

4 expected which necessitated DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR

''w f4 % ancellations. These Services _

Mrs. Perkins was owner of Daal-D frOt'1
__ the Slim-A-Mat on1 Main SL New Houses Convenience : I.I I.;11
PER ANNUMDIVIDEND and a very active member of ., '

various organizations in Kiss- Commercial'StnlCtvres 1- :
immee. For the present she I Two Eg9 SheYe( $ 1:1 ; < -
-S 'otot
c' H' in
will be spending several ._ .- -.-

[COMPOUNDED AND weeks in Manhattan, New i '
- -
York City with an interim Remodeling Butter Compartment Ufom.. ti
trip to Washington, D. C. to o Additions '. .Infet or ightProtectjye
visit her son and family. During I

the summer months Mrs. Aluminum Door Sto 'F x.GricJce
Perkins will be in Saratoga : r --I . Tray*
W New York, a famous spa re Siding r' - -

WS sort. Miss Marilyn Dietrich, S

S the county Home Demonstration O Aluminum e eI I . I

Agent purchased Ann's Awnings i $19995With

lovely home on Orange Boul

evard. i Storefront 7-MHIioa refrigerators

; Marquee la KM taw 7 rs Trade

f Veterans Auxiliary or foogtr. ou.anvr TA212W
rr Estimates

To Hold Card PartyThe

1 FIRST FEDERALSaurngsandLoanAssociationofOSCE0LA000lVTY Ladies Auxiliary, Barracks SEE

106S, will hold a benefit .
card party Friday. April 19.. at K.C.MTRIANGLE oore, r. I PARKS FURNITURE CO.

CLOUD 7:30 PJDat the Catholic Hall '
--- Ave.
16 Sproule
.. : :;. t. There will be prizes and re- BUILDING

freshments will be served. Donations 11 Stewart St. KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

M Mtt* fEDfXAL SAYINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION will be 50 cents. Call Phone 847.2270 847-4171 SH-2011
M7-2366 for tickets. !


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CL 847-2881 To Plare Your Ad. Deadline For All Classified Advertising Tuesdays At Noon


NOTICELOSE tage. Adults only. $35 month. REALTORA- real estate mortgage land con- deceased. WILLIAM H. JACKSONIN Plaintiff vs. FREDERICA E. RU
408 S, Clyde Ave. A -I tracts. A good investment. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO PROBATE DULPH. The State of Florid to
Phone 847-2380, Eddie Clemons. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER : are hereby notified that a suit In
air conditioned three FOR SALE-Qty Block, highway AGAINST SAID ESTATE: that I have filed my final reportas against you by ROBERT M. RU-
A-Diet Tablets Full week'ssupply rooms,
I IN You and each of you are hereby Executrix of the Estate of DULPH In the Circuit Court of the
only 98c. Broadway full bath and kitchen, garbage frontage on East 441 which notified and required to present WILLIAM: H. JACKSON deceased: Ninth Judicial Circuit In and for
disposal and carport. Will soon will be 4-laned. Approx. any claims which you. or either of that Shave filed petition for final County of Osceola. State Jf Flo
you. may have against the estateof discharge, and that I will apply to rida. and you are hereby summoned.
.1 make good deal to winter guestor 246 ft on highway and approx. T. W. Kent also known as the Honorable O. P. Johnson. ordered and required to file
permanent resident. Call ORANGEGARDENS 292 ft. deep. Ideal for Motel Thomas W. Kent deceased late of County Judge of Osceola County. herm lain answer or defenses
Osceola County Florida within six Florida, on the 13th day of May. filed herein againstyou
ARTICLESFOR 847-3866 after 5 p.m. weekdays, )BA13'Oll5r site etc $12,500 cash or terms. calendar months from the date of 1963 for approval of same and for In the above entitled cause in
anytime weekends. Bass Garden Supply-847.2023.. the first publication of this notice. final discharge; as Executrix of the the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
I i Each claim or demand must be In Estate of WILLIAM H. JACKSON Court In and for Osceola
SALE Ira. FOR SALE-TO'xlSS' lot on New :writing' and must state the place deceased. rnurron atlnhl\c office In.
FOR RENT-Nice upstairs apartment A.D., *
of residence of the claimant and This 15th day of ; 1e
304 S. Dillingham. Reas York and Central Avenue. Nice i.must be sworn to by the claimant 1963. Florida on or before the 29th day
"""'"" 2 Br. Home with I shade trees. Ideal for home or I his agent or attorney or the same /s/ Jess Wilder Thacker of April. A.D.. 1963. and to serve
onable. 203 S. ,
Inquire Clyde or will become void according to law. Executrix of the Estate of a opv of such answer or defenses
BARGAIN BARN call 847-3013 after 5 p.m. duplex. Close to Post Office. This the 18th day of March. 1963. WILLIAM H. JACKSON. upon T"hacker and Thacker. Plain
Combs Ie; Zipper 3a; T*.tkRrnhr I automatic washer j+ ROBERT E. KENT Deceased. tiffs attorneys herein whose ad-
Call 8472480.
7e; Ear B.b. Se; gh..s Robert E. Kent. Executorof THACKER AND THACKER dress is Box: 527. Kissimmee. Florida -
S7e; Sek Ue; Plllw Ilk; FOR RENT; New two bedroom the Estate of T. W. Box: 527. Klsslmmee. Fla. on or before said date as required
Shirt ft; Pints SI;. Dresses house, unfurnished or will furn Fedder's Air-Conditioner, Coldspot( Re- NO JOB TOO BIG or too small Kent also known as Attorneys for ExecutrixMarch by law. If you fail to do
11.60; Rue S5e; Nyl M Sge; I when it comes to commercial Thomas W. Kent deceased. 21. 23. April *. 11. 1963 so, a Decree Pro Confew will b*
Hackles fe: PaBtie 15e; Belt ish. Call 847-4733. W. entered against you for the relief
Murray Overstreet. Jr.
Ite; Cap 15e; Spread S2.5: frigerator, big pantry, Kenmore range, i printing. Call 847-2881 today Attorney for ExecutorP. NOTICE UNDER demande.1 in the Complaint.
Hair Net 4e; T-Shlrtt Sfc; FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished l and ask for Mr. Mears for free O. Box 492 FICTITIOUS NAME LAW WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
Nearly Everybody Trade at The
: Coun-
ALL WHOM IT said Circuit Court of Osceola
Bargain Barn. Come to Slbert house. Inquire Bass Gar- tall pine tree t estimates on your job work.You'll Klsslmmee 21. 28 Florida'March April 4. 11. 1963. MAY TO : ty. Florida, and the seal of said
!MillVareh ne la Daveaport; CONCERN HEREBY GIVEN Klsslmmee. Osceola County. -
den Supply, 710 East Vine be glad you did. Court at
Immediately. Follow the signs IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S that pursuant to the "Fictitious Florida on the 25th l day of
BARGAIN BARN. Street, City. Name Statute." Section 86309 of March.
Open Week Day Aad Sands* i Satutes. the undersigned sDGLENNN RAY
FOR RENT-Furnished duplex $10,000FLORIDA who are the only parties CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
Inquire Gar THE COUNTY JUDGE'S IN RE ESTATE OF Interested In the hereinafter named COURT. OSCEOLA
apartment. Bass
Craft in-board Atom Skier den Supply.. 710- East Vine FLORIDA. NO. Deceased. proof of publicationhe Qerk Notice CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
of the Thacker and Tbaeker
Good condition. For $900 or will HENRY C. GOULDIN. Deceased. MAKE APPLICATION FOR Circuit Court of Osceola County. Attorneys for Plaintiff
REALTYCOUNSELORS NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FINAL DISCHARGE Florida the fictitious name "Wes.t Kissimmee. Florida
trade for housetrailer. See Jack FOR RENT-2 bedroom CB MAKE APPLICATION FOR TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON rn Auto Associate Store home March 28. April 4, 11. 18. 1963.
Carter at Cotton Starlite Cub house. New condition. $58.75 FINAL DISCHARGETO CERN:. owned by J. A. "Jim" Campbell"under
in Kissimmee. ALL, WHOM IT MAY CON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN which they are engaged In NO JOB TOO BIG or too small
421 Alabama; St.
monthly. INC. CERN: that Delia Engle has filed her business at 123 Broadway. Kissim-
Cloud. Phone 892-3765. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN final report as Executrix of the mee Osceola County. Florida, this when it comes to commercial
FOR SALE-1963 Lark by Stude- That Paul C. Gouldln has filed his Estate of Genevieve M. Stevens, 29th day of March. A. D. 1963. printing. Call 847.2881 today
baker $1799. Delivered in Or- .Final Report as Executor of the deceased: that she has filed petition Mr. James A. Campbell
APARTMENTS FOR RENT$9, 2 Broadway Kissimmee Estate of Henry C Gouldln. de- for final discharge, and that Gladys E. Campbell and ask for Mr. Mears for free
lando. Payments as low as $11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul 847-3157 I ceased; that he has filed petitionfor she will apply to the HonorableO. April 4. 11. 18. 2A. 1963 estimates on your job work.You'll .
$39.95. Call Bert McGallard fora Davis 114 Emmett Street 647-3156 final discharge, and that he P. Johnson County Judge of:
will apply to the Honorable O. P. Osceola County Florida on the NOTICE TO DEFENDIN be glad you did.
good new or used car. Collier Johnson County Judge of Osce- 19th day of April. 1963. for approval THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
Auto Sales, 888 North Orange FOR RENT Two and three Also live about 10" j ola County. Florida on the 3rd of same and for final discharge THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SHOP IN KISSIMMEE
Ave. Garden 5-8606. room furnished apartments.A day of May. 1963. for approval of as executrix of the estate ..
Capt. Hanley Gatorland. same and for final discharge as i'f Genevieve M. Stevens deseased.
conditioned. Moorefield SERVICES OFFEREDMEN executor of the estate of Henry C. This 18th day of March. 1963. SAW SfRVICIELECTRICAL
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. Building, opposite Post Office. Gouldin. deceased. II DELLA ENGLE Radio and -
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John'sAir I I This 23rd day of March 1963. Delia Engle. Executrix of APPLIANCES
REAL the Estate of Genevieve M.
Conditioning and Heating FOR RENT-2 BR Trailer. One AND WOMEN NEEDED Paul C. Gouldln, Executorof Stevens deceased. HOMI HtMtSMNGS
Headquarters. bedroom trailer. No Pets. Lots WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo the Estate of Henry C. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. T V
for Executrix
deceased.Murray Attorney
for trailers. Rainbow Mobile experience necessary, gram- Gouldln.W. Overstreet. Jr. P. O. Box 492 PARKSF "'

KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- Homes and Trailer Park. Michigan mar school education usually READYFOR Attorney for Executor Klsslmmee. Florida fhilsMHi It aco.

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. Avenue, U mile off Vine sufficient. Train now at home Box Klsslmmee.492 Florida March 21. 28. April 4. 11. 1963.

OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 Street past Bowling Alley. for jobs with Security. For de- RESIDENTIAL April 4, 11. 18. 25. 19&= IN THE COURT OF THE

NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. tails, send name, address, COUNTY JUDGE OSCEOLA
I houses by week or month. Cot ing Service, Box 931. Klssim DEVELOPMENT. FLORIDA. MAKE APPLICATION FOR
FOR RENTFOR i ton's Apartments, North Orange
mee, --- atoning is a Br"I1-with our Sanhont Services
Blossom Trail

35 acres on paved road, NOTICE OF PUBLIC for Drapes, Slip Coven Blankets, Feather Pillows.
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer
RENT-Reasonable, attractive apartments with lake and shut LOST AND sewer, water and electric

small comfortably.2 BR Duplex.Screened Furnished fleboard. By week, month or FOUND service available . Real HEARING KISSIMMEE'S FINEST

Motel St. Cloud
Adults. No pets. year. Capitol 103 East Dakin 847.4941
porch carport. Hwy. 441. profit possibilities.E. Telephone
407 Sun Street, off Dakin. LOST-Between Kissimmee and

Phone 847-2667. FOR SALE East Road.Lake*"on electric Partin Settlement drill. Re --. 1 I Th'e Board.of Adjustment will .meet .
2 bedroom hem In IDOKA PASS
FOR RENT Furnished apart
ment. Gas.- heat and water |lust dcoratd, 10,5OO. If Interested ward-Parks Furniture Co.. CHESTER TOY, at 4:00 P.lTuesd'ay April 16, 1963,

furnished. Elderly people pre- suitable terms can b. I REALTOR Commission Room City Hall to ROTHROCK
ferred. No Stairs. Good loca arrang.d. S.. Broker or telephone ,
tion. GITtf Patrick Street. hear the following:
MAC: 255-4149 or 252-3201. ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Request of William J. Lucas, 315 SEPTIC TANK CO
ITS.e TO LEASE ACREAGE FOR i Neptune Road for a side yard varianceto


((1 HOLIDAY REALTY II I erect a carport to the side propertyline Culvert Tile for Driveways

re _v 920 W. COLONIAL DRIVE FOR SALE-2 houses 11 lots I 1 in an RA-2 (single family residential Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
7 orange grove. $150 month income i ) district on the following described Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps

FOR in Idora Park Kissim-i I''

DREAMING of a 'fabulous vacation mee's best residential location.A .i property:

ti ., COOKING this summer! A few hours real buy. A good investment., Lot 79, Replat of Neptune Subdi- 15 Years ExperienceK.

,. r daily will make it possible. All for $19,500, with $7,500' .. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
down. Phone 847.2380 Eddie vision.
Write now for private interview ,

. say the modern house in your home with Avon. WriteAvon'Manager Clemons. This is a public hearing and any in-

wife who prefers gas for rotk- P. O. Box. 2005, LOTS, $10 down $8 month for

inK because It Is faster . Fort Pierce Florida. houses, trailers or business. terested property owner will be heard Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

j central more flexible. cleaner with .fingertip. and WANTED TO BUY-Eels withor Electric and good water. Trop' regarding this application.City .

;" more economical! Whether without legs Any color. ical Park on Route 441 in

'' you desire full porcelain Alive and at least 1 foot long. North Kissimmee. of Kissimmee PHONE: 847-3524
automatic gas range or the
new.buUt.1n gas range units NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ADOPT BUDOE1 Charles Jackson
your Grtcn's Fuel Gas dealer FOR FISCAL YEAR 1963-194 I I I
has a wide assortment of mo. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND TO ALL OWNERS. PERSONS City Manager


'a assist you to live in modern NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. In compliance with and by authority t.
comfort and convenience.GREEN'S of
Chapter m. Florida Statutes as amended and'
sjs-fctfws the TSajssAffaSfSw I DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
ating under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Florida. Intends
FUEL Ak) to adopt the following tentative budetop as the same may be amended. LOT CLEARING Competitively Priced
June for said 30 District 1964. for the fiscal year beginning. July 1. 1963 and ending I

Urinated amount to be raised by District taxes ----f 5,786,000.00 TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
THE WcdiAcJL GAS General Revenue Fund-State of Florida ___ 8,125,000.00
Estimated amount to I he received from other sources 100.000.00Estimated
Estimated unoblicated or net balance which will be on BUILT AND REPAIRED
hand at the beginning of the above referred to
PARKS FURNITURE CO. fiscal year -...- 1 ,000.00 I C..fM.Mew.Wtfcfef. Sh*-AI wert e..r.r. _
total funds available. S 14. 43,500.00 i
"Sec For tour Fur Construction
Us Gas
Appliances" Personal Services _. .. !_.. _J 25000.00 .. Old Orlando Hwy.near livestock Maricet.Rt. .

KISSIMMEE; ST. CLOUD Commodities Contractual Service--... __ 59,325.00 2,275.00 t 1958 THUNDERBIRD.....ul295 1, Box 2SS-A Xlsslmmo*

847-4171 892-20J1. Capital Totai Outlay V 4,264,500.00S Real Sharp' ,

For Acquisition of Lands and Other Purposes 4,331.100.00 I
Personal Contractual Services Serviced.*_ --. -,. 118000.00 1954 'DODGE________________:_$375 LOU YOUNG, WELDING

Commodities ..., 10.050.00 'h-Ton Pick-up
Current Charge 2,300.00 PHONE 847-3898
Capita Outlay-Water Storage Areas
Outlay-RIghts of Way - 4017925.00: 1955 FORD WAGON______$295
Capital Outlay-Equipment 1
9 Passenger
Contingencies ___ 20000.00 '
Total S 7170945.001: I
When it comes to For Reserve. S 154.00000 OSCEOLA
For Tax Assessors' Fees $. 136000.00 1956 DESOTO ------..._._____$3954Door TIRESERVICE
insurance we can ?r..0prHonJind Maintenance of the I .
District's Works
serve you better because Personal Services __ 1417.000.00

of our experience.our Contractual Commodities Services____________________:_ ________ 449350.00 323235.00 i 1955 DODGE-------;: _----_....$445 CS> Custom Recapping
training and our dose Current Charges 26.600.00 I 4-Door W
Capital Outlay .._. 170.583.00
connections with many of Contingencies - 25.000.00 223 S. BERMUDA

the finest companiesIn Fcr Conduct Tota) of the Affairs of the District Generally i 2.111.770.00 I. 1953 CHRYSLER _______.._____$275 PHONE 847-2207

America Personal Services 215.500.00 i I 4-Door
Contractual Services 6312500.!
Commodities 9190.00 I
Current Charges ___ 8,170.00 14D56 MERCURY---_____________$295
Capital Outlay 16,200.00
Contingencies 7,500,00 IE WISE-
Total $ 319.685.00 .se
Estlanated total: expenditures I 14243500.00
1956 PLYMOUTH _____ $345
Estimated amount which will appear at the beginning ---- ECONOMIZE
of the above referred to fiscal year as obligated upon .. 2-Dr.r V-8, Standard Transmission
commitments made but Incomplete $ 1.""",".000.00 '
That on the 10th day of May. A.D.* 1963. at nine o'clock a.m. la 1 '

KEEP US IN MIND WE'RE EASY TO FIND the District.principal 901 Evernla office Sid,.Central West Palm and Southern Beach. Florida Florida, hearing Flood win be 1953 FORD ___uuu_ ___.....$69 Extra Quality iook*

afforded to all owners persons or entitles who are or may be subject 2-Dr.: 8-Cyl. At No Extra-.Ceet
to said District taxes their attorneys or agents to appear before said
Board and show their objections to said Bud ret. I .
This Notice shall be published In the eighteen counties of the District !152 DESOTO --------.------..-$7?
In accordance with existing laws. Pk 847-4021
LUPFER'SInsurance This the 5th day of AprU"D I
GOVERNING BOARDBy : Member of Osceola County Builders Association
/s/ Rlley S. Miles V

Agency (Se41) : ChairmanATTEST 4DoorRIEDEL. OSCEOLA CEMENT

/U G. E. Dan. Jr.
Members .f Beard : .
1963 Robert R. Homer. VlceChalnnnJ.
Brace Vlnlng DODGE ofwt.Ws1err

12 ...Broadway t To ft* talk 847-4121 W.W.B. Keller Scott ST. PHONE 847-3661 ROAD KIBBlMHB)
Apra 11. 11. 25; 1961'i.

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