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

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"7 N Entered as Second Class Matter PRICE TEN CENTS
APRIL 25 1963
=s VOL 6. .oo m Kissimmee. Osceola County Florida KISSIMMEE FLORIDA, THURSDAY, rn e. eaaap
[ JOINS FIRM 410 Head Sold

t IN ,;: .- -:fig! Contest l At Local MarketAt

:: : the Kissimmee Livestock

Market Wednesday 410 cattle R .
Winners Told and calves were sold comparedto

372 a week ago.

Compared to last Wednesday
On April 20, 1963 a baton Richelle Padgett St Cloud. slaughter classes about steady

Twirling contest was held for 11 years, 1st-Patty Dunlap, except heifers and bulls too few

+y.. i the students of BoBby Jo Ho- Kissimmee; 2nd-Gayle Langs- for test. Stocker steers and heifers -
1 dala at the tennis courts. ton, Kissimmee; 3rd-Karen 2003.00 lower after last
Judges for the beauty portionof Sue Elliott, Kissimmee. r
rise steadyto
weeks sharp cows
LADIES CONSOLATION WINNERS-Gene Canale pre the contest were Mrs. Vera 12 and 13, 1st-Lynn Davis 50c lower on few available and
Lalley of the Chamber of Commerce Kissimmee; 2nd Doable .
the winners in the Ladies Consolation.
cents trophies to Beckham Eau Game 3rd calves steady to $2.00 higher
Mr. Glenn Hartley of ; ,
left Bertha Sands and Dorothy Sheip- with increase on 125-200 lb. I GE
They are, right the Orange Bowl Snack Bar, Jane Davisonr Kissimmee.
line, first and Pearl Kitts and E. Sellin, second. (Photo by and Mr. Bill Wheeler of the 14 and over, 1st Virginia rodeo type calves. Calves and ,
Tremel Melbourne 2nd yearlings comprised the bulk of j
Hamrick) Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Judgesfor ; -
the sale with most action on. I
... . the twirling portion of the Betty Richards Melbourne.
'- -- ----- -
.IT7 contest were Miss Nancy Bree- Military Marching, 7 and un- rodeo calves.
I\ don of Eustis, Miss Marlene der, 1st Jan Davis Kissimmee DR.RENE LEDBETTER Standard 900-1050( Ib. slaughter I
-q ; 2nd Susie Beckham, steers $19.00-$20.50 450-550 lb.
y Padgett of St Cloud, and Miss
';;f 2 2v i Sharon Teffeteller of Kissim- Eau Game; 3rd-Carol Rooney Kissimmee yearlings 20002200. NEW PRO WELCOMED-Bobby Moody, new pro at the
40O600 lb. heifers I
Kissimmee. Good yearling
Osceola Golf and Country Club, and his wife are shown
mee.Complete 8 thru 10. 1st Marianne 522.50-523.50.
lows: results are as fOI-1 Beckham, Eau-Gallie;--2nd-:.:.:. Native Utility cows 516.50-518.25, cut- being welcomed by Riley Miles, club president, at a bar-

Youth on Parade Richelle Padgett, St. Cloud; ter $ & 5-516.75. becue given in their honor Thursday night. (Photo by

Twirling Sweetheart Missj 3rd Jenifer Maxwell, Mel- Joins FirmDr. Good calves 523.50-526.50. stand- Hamrick)

Cynthia Baxter, 7, Kissimmee; bourne. ard 521. 0-524.00, utility $19.00-
Youth on Parade Baton Twirl 11 and 12, 1st-Patty Dun- 522.50. !

.t ing Princess-Miss Gall Me- lap, Kissimmee; 2nd-Martha Rene B. Ledbetter has Good vealers 290031.50, one Elks Auxiliary

KInney, 10, St Cloud; Youthon Partin, Sl Cloud; 3rd Nancy joined the medical departmentof choice 533.75 standard 26.00

Parade Baton Twirling Dietrich, St. ,Cloud. The Firestone Tire & Rubber $29.00.

..jAMATEUR Queen-Miss Virginia Tremel 13 and up, 1st Jane Davi Company as a staff physician Common and medium 400600lb. Gives

16, Melbourne. son, Kissimmee; 2nd Lynn J. V. Cairns, director of indus- feeder-stocker steers $17.50- Report
Twirling Solo 7 and young Davis, Kissimmee; 3rd trial relations, announced yester- $21.00, inferior 16001850. ;

s er-1st, Jan Davis, Kissim Doshie Beckham, Eau Game. Medium 350-550 Ib. yearling \'
Two Batons day.Dr. .At the April meeting of the i largest share of expewMtam!
mee; 2nd Susie Beckham Junior, 1st Ledbetter's duties will in- heifers 190022.00 few good
Eau Game; 3rd-Cynthia Baxter Marianne Beckham, Eau Gallic clude pre-employment and job up to 522.50, common 516.00-() Ladies Auxiliary of the Kissim amounted to $931.49 for welfare I;
Kissimmee. ; 2nd-Jan Davis, Kissim placement examinations and $20.00. mee Elks, Mrs. Jack C. White, and community projects,
mee; 3rd-Sandra Brooks Eau retiring president issued a financial welfare including the Harry-Anna
8 and 9 years-1st, Rene Mc- care of factory-connected injur- Inferior ancommon cows
Gallie. statement for the year just Hospital for Crippled Children.
Leod Kissimmee $17.25.
; 513.50-515.50, one
CONSOLATION-Gene Canale, sponsor, is Addison, Kissimmee. Senior, 1st Lynn Davis, ies.He came to Firestone from the Good 250-450 lb. calves $23.00, concluded. Showing a balance of Located in Umatilla and servingall

shown presenting trophies to the winners of the men's di- 10 years, 1st 'Marianne Kissimmee; 2nd Virginia Sterling Plant of the Ford Motor medium 52LOO-524.00 common $223513 carried over from the areas of the state through its
Service the hospital -
vision in the consolations of the Amateur Tournament. Beckham Eau Gallie Tremel, Melbourne; 3rd previous administration of Mrs. Home Therapy ,
.. ; 2nd Company in Detroit M I c h., 19002200. Good 100-250 Ibs
is owned and operated by
Doshie Beckham Eau Gallie. John Carroll Jr., the statement
They are, left to right, George Briery and Al Zils,first, Tanya Perry, Kissimmee; 3rd, Twirling Duet,, 1st-Doable where he was chief physician.A 530.00-535.00 medium $24.50- reported a total income of $2600.69from the Florida State Elks Association -
Robert Van Houten and Burton second. (Photo by -Sandy Brooks, Eau Gallie. native of Kissimmee, Dr. $30.00. common 521.00-526.00.
Mayes, 11 and Marianne Beckham, Eau March of 1962 to March of working in coopeNtionith
years, 1st-Patty Dunlap, Ledbetter studied at the Univer common and medium roping :
Hamrick) Kissimmee 2nd Gail Gallie; 2nd Lynn and Jan this year. Of the total, $2073.82was the Florida Crippled Children'sCommission.
I Langs-
; of Miami and Stetson University calves 529.00-536.00.
Davis I sity .
Kissimmee. earned the
by serving regu ,
ton, Kissimmee 3rd Char-
'I lotta Whalin, Kissimmee. Strutting Duet, 1st-Doshie and received his medical Robin R. Howard lar club and lodge- dinners. The Remaining 538L56 spent
Cancer Drive Is 12 and 13,1st: --Doshie Beck.; and Mariannp Bpl'1rJunn Eau degree in 1950 from the Uni- Though the kitchen is operated by during the year was far operating

ham, Eau Game; 2nd-Lynn Gallie-2nd--;; and Jan I versity of Tennessee. He interned Now In Germany the Elks, the serving is handled II expenses, entertainment, and gifts

Davis, Kissimmee; 3rd-Jane Davis, Kissimmee. I at hospitals in Knoxville, : Army Pvt. Robin R. Howard, entirely by volunteer member of for the ill.

Davison, Kissimmee. Most Improved Twirler Term. 18, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Allen the auxiliary, who turn over what The financial statement concluded -
I Well UnderwayThis 14 years and up, 1st Virginia Awards, Jane Dyer Kissim Dr. Ledbetter is a member of R Howard, Intercession City re- ever gratuities they receive to with a balance of $1672.50

., Tremel Melbourne; 2nd mee; Patty Dunlap, Klssim-the American Medical Association cently was assigned to the 3d the auxiliary's treasury.Mrs. carried over into the current

year, for the first time, the dread prospect of a disease -Betty Richards Melbourne: mie; Joyce Williams, Kissim and the Industrial Medical Infantry Division in Germany. White's report listed disbursements -year, which will be administered
mee; Kathy Davisson Mel Association.He of of which Mrs. Frank Broyles, installedin
$3163.32, by
volunteers will distribute no which has caused much Fancy Strutting, 7 and under Howard who was last stationed -
so pain 1st bourne; Martha Partin, St. and his wife live at 2009 is 1840.27[ went toward improve- April as Mrs. White's successor -
fund-raising literature on a and suffering.Mrs. -:Susie Beckham Eau at Fort Knox Ky., now a
house-to-house basis during the Gallie; 2nd-Jan' Davis, Kiss Cloud; Sandy Brooks, Eau Sycamore, St., Akron. They have tank crewman fa Company B of ments for the club. The second ,
Florence Chitwood chair- Gallie two children, Joan Carol Jennings
; Virginia Tremel Mel -
immee; 3rd-JanIe Dyer, Kiss- the division's 3d Medium Tank
Crusade Pete
annual ,
for the door-to-door drive bourne and Rene B. Led
man immee. Overall Winner. Capt
Battalion 37th Armor.He
I chairman of the Kissimmee area announced that volunteers will 8 and 9, 1st-Angela Macky Junior Grand Champion better, Jr., now serving in the entered the Army in October County Benefits
1963 American Cancer Society be calling at homes the Miss U. S. resident in in-
I during Kissimmee; 2nd-Rebecca Sul- Beckham, 10, Army as a 1962 and completed basic I
Crusade, said yesterday. I entire month of April.Some of the livan Loughman 3rd-Bever Eau Gallle. ternal medicine at William
; training at Fort Gordon, Ga.
'i Instead, they will bring afamily's volunteers who were not listed ly Addison, Kissimmee. Youth on Parade Baton Beaumont General Hospital, El Howard attended Oceola High Total $254,381in
copy of Cancer's last week are: Mrs. Jack Slagle 10 years, 1st Marianne Twirling Champion Miss Paso Tex. School in Kissimmee.Mewi .
i 1 Signals a leaflet especially prepared chairman, Emmett, to Mabbette Beckham, Eau Gallie; 2nd Doshie Beckham, 13, Eau Gal

for family use. In this Streets:, Old Tampa Highway Sandy Brooks, Eau Game: 3rd lie, Fin.r I
way.. more than 30.000.000 copiesof Section; ; airs. neroert vveiaman; .Prizes Monthly o 1 d-a g e, survivprs,I\ the State of Florida the av-
these life-saving facts wm- be I assisting Mrs. John Miner -at Elks Announce and* disability insurance benefits -' erase was $77.86 Colonel Patton t

distributed door-to-door, in the C Campbell Station is Miss; Abbey :, in Osceola County now top" said.
greatest educational drive in 1 254381. Colonel Byron FL Patton ., The following table shows the
King; assisting Mrs. Ethel '
Contest WinnersThe In Flower ShOw of soda number and amount of each
the history of the Society. Arnold and Mrs. Harold Eggersin District Manager
Hunt said the drive has two their section Main to Vine annual essay contest on security in Orlando, said todayon type of monthly benefit paid in
"to lives Americanism for the High releasing his annual county I Osceola County, as of December
objectives- save now St. are Mmes. Miles Sharp, When the judges had finished I Pickaninnies Fresh material:
and to save lives in the future." Carl Drummond, Delia Johnson School students of the County their work in connection with the Mrs. Fred Burton red Mrs. D. benefit data report. 31, 1962.

The crJairman 'urged all of the and Mr. John Chitwood. as sponsored by Kissim recent Flower Show, "That's WhatI Eo Cooperrider, yellow Mrs. E The new monthly figure re-! Number of Ttl. of.
people of Kissimmee and Os- Gene mee Elks Lodge No. 1873, hasbeen Like About the South", presented C. Hoffman, white. presents an increase of 11.5 percent Beneficiary BneflPay
Canale Chairman of the
ceola County to take an active concluded. And accord by the Kissimmee Garden Pickannies Dried material: over the corresponding per Group aries meat

part in achieving these objec :Business District annotmcedthat ing to Chairman Bill May, the dub one thing was apparent i Mrs. Dick Luce blue, Mrs. D.Eo iod last year. Retired Worker .. 2,413 180,904
letters are being sent to the Mer- winners First Prize. Helen be attributed Wife or Husband 699 27'-
tives. are: the ladies better look to their i Cooperrider, red Mrs. Fred "This increase can -
"Heeding the advice in the lit I chants. It is hoped that a: good Todd 11th grade, St. Cloud H laurels, for the men had taken Burton, yellow, Mrs. Fred Al- to the changes in the law in Widow or Widower 302 IB,.

erature left by a volunteer call- response' will be obtained. High School; Second Prize the two top awards in the horticulture '' thouse, white. recent years; as wen as to the Mothers andchildren

ing on you can help save your Eddie Densxnore, Chairman of Caroline Alexander, 11th section. Duncan McFar-- Beaux and Belles: Fay Hoffman growth of our aged population," 294 14.239

life. A generous contribution Containers announced that Con- grade, St. Cloud High School; land won the Award of Merit blue Eunice Hilfiger red Colonel Pat ton said. "This Disabled workers

would help save other lives now tainers are being placed in an and Third Prize. Joan Allen with a spectacular Caladium, Alice Martin, yellow. money stimulates county business and dependents 211 12,622

as well as in the future." business places In Kissimmee. 11th grade, Osceola High while Murray Overstreet Jr. won Southern Hospitality, Tables: ; most of it is spent for

The immediate objective of Hunt announced that Orange School. in the cut specimen division with Gloriosa Circle, blue, Rose Circle. food, clothing, and shelter." Social Security

' the crusade Hunt explained, is Gardens has completed their The presentation of the fourth class an Easter Lily, equally as out red. Hibiscus yellow. "There ,is no longer any doubt
door-to-doqr, camapign under the awards will take place at Midshipman Official To Be HereA
to save half of those who develop noon standing. Other special award Door prize winners Mr. and Social security benefits are help-
cancer each year. We leadership of Mrs. Clarence on Wednesday, May 1st, in the James E. Wilson Jr., son of ,winners were, Mrs. Wm. Sippel, Mrs. Adrian Bovis, NorwegianPine ing to stabilize the income and representative of the Social

know this can be done if we are Beckwith. Ten per cent more lodge hall, with the Americanism Chief Warrant Officer and Tri- lor. Mrs. Miles Sharp, ; Mrs. Alva Wiseman, Rose .spending power of many resi- Security Administration District

able to persuade people to get money was collected in that committee in charge of :Mrs. James Wilson of 1021M I Award of Distinction. The sweepstakes Spray; Mrs. S. W. Hetherington dents in Osceola County." Office in Orlando will be at the

to their doctors in time for area this year than in the previous the ceremonies. The students : a b bet t e, Kissimmee, winners were: Circle, Daylily Green Guard; Mrs. B. E. Trent, Monthly benefits first became Community House in Kfesbnraee

,prompt treatment. But now ware year. Other areas are reporting will be guests of the lodge toured the Saufley Field Na- ; Horticulture, Mrs. June manure; Mrs. N. B. Jensen, payable in January 1940, and on Monday, May 6 and Monday,
for buffet-luncheon after
r saving only one out of three however, final tabulations a val Air Station in Gunn; Artistic, Mrs. Miles Sharp. !sprayer; Gertrude Chamberlain they have continued without interruption May 20, 1963 between the hoursof
patients because of delay in, will be announced at ,a wards. Auxiliary The Artistic winners were, The Garden Cart; Mrs. Fred Althouse for 23 years accompanied 9:00 a.m. and noon.
diagnosis. This is why the educational .later date. "It is gratifying to see the Pensacola, recently for an Old South; Mrs. Clyde Nelson, 500 TV stamps. Prizes can be by a steady growth in This service is made availableto

phase of the Crusade is The Kissimmee Gazette rec- response of our High School indoctrination in naval aviation blue, Mrs. Miles Sharp, red. Mrs. picked up at Grumpier's Paint the number of beneficiaries. those who wish to apply for

so important. ceived an award from the Os Americanism students to the in challenge modern of training.The midshipmen E. O. Johnson, white Mrs. Gordon Store, Emmett Street. Colonel Patton noted that as of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance

Hunt observed: "We look forward ceola County Unit of the American times* Chairman Bill May of the Naval Reserve Scott, white. December 31, 1962, some 3,923 benefits, Social Security account

to that day-we hope no Cancer Society for their stated. "To them the threatof Officers Training Corps Southern Charm: Mrs.. Murray:: 'Buying"Worries Countians were collecting about numbers, or obtain Information
too distant when cancer wm continuing cooperation and devotion Communism Auburn Overstreet, red Mrs. Earl dark, $3,052,572 annually from socialsew. about the Social Security Pro
for their contribution in the so close to our (NROTC) unit at
be wiped out when families gram.
own shores points out the necessity -
fight to conquer cancer, Hunt University in Aubu.rn-AIa.- Mammy's Lil Baby Loves Short
and friends and peoplE 'I. of vigilance at all More people in Osceola County -
said. made the tour to help them en' Bread Mrs. Earl Clark, blue.Mrs. ,
everywhere will be freed from times. And we are also most he said, could draw social Winners of Model
-- Fred Althouse red Mrs.
select a career field when RealtorsConcerned knew
grateful to the school authorities security benefits U they
Geo. Selmer, white, Mrs. Duncan Contest Named
of our County for their they are commissioned as McFarland, white. with mounting Federal more about the law and for

wonderful cooperation in this officers upon graduation. Cotton Piddn' Time: Mrs. Wm. and State evidence that the that reason are urged to visit or Jim McLeod, manager of MeCrory's -

endeavor." Prather, blue Mrs. Fred Burton. number of cases Involving fraud-I call the local social security office five and ten cents store
Ketchum Named ulent sale of land by mail has: whenever they have a question / terday announced the winner

Land Easement On Post Commander red.Dixieland Jazz: Mrs. Wm. Sip snowballed. Mickey Davis, presi- concerning their benefits or of the model ear contest heldt

247.99 Acres Given pel blue Mrs. Wm. Prather dent of the KIssImmee-SL Cloud: responsibilities. the store test week.

Wendall Ketchum has been red, Mrs. Fred Burton, yellow, Board of Realtors, yesterday repeated I As of January 1963 in the na- The winners were James Muir,
Trustees of the Internal Improvement elected comander of Makinson- Mrs. Robert Ford, white. earlier warnings about tion at large, more than 18 million Donald McClard Jerry Edwards

Fund have given an Carson Post No. 10, American Tourist Mecca: Mrs. Dillard purchasing property "sight un beneficiaries were receiving avid Johnson charms Scott,

easement covering 247.99 acres Legion for the coming year. MoGlamery, blue, Mrs. Wm. Sip- seen." payments at the rate of almost Steve Nehr David Morris Charles

of land to the Central and Southern Ketchum in turn appointed I pel, red Mrs. Gordon Scott, yellow Mrs. Davis recommended' one $1.2 billion per month. Pylar, Harry McClard andLeroy

Florida Flood Control District Neil Shelhorn to serve as post,, Mrs. Don Brown white.Bulldozers' of two steps before a person The average monthly old-age Balding.
a document filed in the adjutant. The executive committee -! Victims: Mrs. Miles signs an agreement to buy land. retirement benefit in Januarywas Winners were awarded trophies -

office of Glenn Ray County named includes Lloyd Co-: Sharp blue. Mrs. Arlie Hopkins These were: (1.) Personally inspect -I --- S7G.19 -for-- an States while .. plaques and medals.

Clerk. showed. henhour, W. C. May and W. E. red Mrs. Robert Ford, yellow the property you (2.t,
The property is to be used Pound and other officials are Mrs. Robert Metzger. white. Employ independent real estate!

for right'of way for Canal 37, Bill Heeren. Wallace Auger Jess Shape of Things' to Come: Mrs.Sam counsel to analyze values. '
which goes between Lake Hatch Norman in blue, Mrs. Robert
BenD, White, George Lupfer What is particularly disquieting
eneha and Lake Kissmnnee. Lewis W. red Mrs. Donald
Gegenheimer. George Metzger. about these land "con men"
It is understood here that W. Parker and Don W. Brown. Brown, yellow.Women said Mrs. Davis "is that they
that canal win be the next thingto
on the pensions and life
under construction in thSKissimmee Golfers
go Zoning Commission savings of oar senior citizens! .
River Valley.
And what makes their approach
..3a. Hold Meeting
.fit Studied By CityThe especially insidious is
Two To Receive
I of the Ladies Golf
zoning commission may A meeting that thefradvertisements are

Degrees at U ofF I be made a partially Independent .Association was held at the Os- based on the traditional Amer-
ceola Golf and Country dub ican desire of almost everyoneto
Mary Lou Westover will re- arm of the planning advisory
= +" ceive at Bachelor of Science in commission here. I Tuesday morning April 16. At- own a piece of property, a I

t' : Nursing degree and Bruce Starling Sty commissioners are now tendance was excellent' and good and healthy attitude.
will receive a Bachelor of considering a move which would plans were made for "LadiesDay" RarfcaTTy the land-mail fraud-

Science in Business Administration give,the zoning commission more scheme works something! like
has. The first of these was held this: A speculator buys cheap i
at the University of Flosida legal authority than it now
May 4. The question came before the Wednesday. April 24. At this often useless property at vel'71ow Lt1 I

CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY and Mrs.John Bee- r commission recently when meeting also a nominating! committee ) prices. Then hi extensive:
'l'EXPEB.\TURE8. Mayor Adrian Bovis held the was appointed In preparation -: advertising be uses glowing inaccurate
of Idora Park celebrated their Golden
Anniversary H L RToes. first of a series of meetingswith : for the election of officers descriptions. Essential
Friday night with an "Open House" Married in Sherman 4-16 85 0) I I the various governmental in May 1963. facts are omitted and be resells

Conn. they made their home at Canaan Conn.. until 1952. Wed. &-11 88 68 I I agencies of the city. His ideais The exact date of the election lots by man at prices 90 FLOWER SHOW WINNERS-Mn. Miles Sharp, left,

He was engineer with the New York, New Haven and nmn. -u K 68 IFrt. to familiarize the city commissioners meeting will be announced at a to 100 times their value. Phrases and Mrs. William Sippel.right are shown above with their

Hartford Railroad. Upon his retirement they moved to .. &-11 M iii I.SId. with the work of the later date. The' Ladies Association such as "a abort drive away" prize winning entries in the Garden dab Flower Shew held

have John C. Beebee of Bradenton "JO 88 50SOB. 0 ,boards and committees and to is encouraging all ladles, often means a two hour trip.
Kiatisiraee. They one .on. 4-21 M 8S 0 last weekend. Mrs Sharp won the award of distinction and
attend this in one
Interested to surroundings"
them know the feelings of who are "Exquisite
and one granddaughter of Tallahassee. (Photo by Ham- ] Mrs. tri-color. Photo Hamriek
i H a... UI 91 4it the j;first "Ladks Day" program. case meant a jungle. Sippel-the ( by )
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2 The Klnshnmee Gazette Kissimoaee, Fla. Thurs., April 25, 19 lands transferred to the second :; : : :: ' .':" _. :: "!: :- :: :_,... :. .: year room of Mrs. Pat B. Red CMl t& BBBWniMi in\\ >mi imm m i Jlt Baa5BS aBISM iM*ll M ili* iM>J* '-pMPOT paii M i jiM

grave. Sunnylond Ga. or Florida Grade "A" Whole Tender Young SAVE
III Elementary School News Mrs. Redgrave's room bias: been T
studying birds. Steve Shield madea
play microphone and the chil-
1 By Peggy Bradbury dren gave reports by talking over Fresh FRYERSDelicious
I Station BIRD. Reports on different
:'Achievement Tests are in full new student in her first year birds were given by Linda
swing this week. Tests started room. He is Mark Hughes from Corbitt, Terry Bersey, Donna
Tuesday and will be completed New Orleans. This group saved Wyant, David Carroll Joe Rinaldi -
Friday for grades one through milk and juice cartons and plant. and Steve Schield. satisfying, yet
five. Sixth grade tests will be ed seed in them. Now, the children In one of the stories in the far from fattening. An
given April 29 through May 3. are observing the growth of:reading a horse named Dolly average serving of chicken
Report cards for grades foUl the seeds. They have learned that I needs some new shoes. Since
I through six will go home thU plants need sunlight and water to many had never seen a horse- contains only Yt to Yz as
Thursday. Please parents sigr grow healthy. Charts have been shoe. Jim Ungario brought some many calories as many popular 25
'the card and return promptly tc made telling the findings on the for Mrs. Redgrave's room to see. meats yet plenty of
school on the following day This growth of the seed. The beans bank you letters were sent from needed protein.
helps prevent lost report cards. have been most interesting. this reading group to Mrs. Herz-
Mrs. George Rast, Jr., bas a David Harford from the High-. berg and Mrs. Ungaro.
T Mrs. Jean Donahue's level eight LB.
Limit 3 with food order.
and nine group have been study. 0 5

The MARLO BEAUTY SALON is moving from ing Reports a unit on what on "I they Want wanted to" _. ,:' d.':: : : -.: ..,' ., = ,=-i! ::_ ,,,,,, '=' :":::, :"' '!'1ft:':,_ "'0": _' ::i ,l D STO R

its present address at 415 North Main to be when they grow up were made, Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru April 27th. SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTERCOPYlU.HT
by Nick Zupsic, Debbie Phillips -WINN-DIXIE lTDRl.INC.-IM.
Donegan Avenue, effective Tuesday, April Hugh"Scbmidt, Larry Daily, Charles -
30th. Eggers, Dennis Daniels, Robin REG. 59 SUBER SUCEDNATURALLY

Turn left at Kissimmee Highlands sign on CaldwelL Parker, Vicky Owens, and Jim No Other Beef Could Be So

brange Blossom Trail. located Mrs Anna Mae Quirk, County
Sign on Done- BACON
Health Nurse, visited Mrs. Peg
gan. Telephone 847-3641 for Appointment. gy Bradbury's room and gave an
interesting presentation with colored -
slides on the danger of hook- TENDER
1 worm. This was in connectionwith
the group's health lesson on
germs and cleanliness A survey

WHY PAY MORIFOR : for intestinal parasites is being cli 1-LB. 3 ,/
; max conducted to the in this health room a The FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDSteaks PKG.

children get a thrill looking

t j] 1 UThIf'm I through world a microscope that can be at'revealed the hidden 88
lb. ,
only through powerful magnifica
SOFTNESS? Mrs. Louise Elliott suffered 9E
m, from a painful sprained ankle bu Can Ham 4LB.CAN1REGULAR
she is back on the teaching job, SIRLOIN
Hood Soft Rinse pampers all bandage and all 49* FISH FILLETSFlounder

your pocketbook washablesyour, too! Fluffs tow- I Y.. ..'_. Hbocly I Sorority Hears of Steaks lb. 8e . LB. 39;
eb and diapers to fleecy soft. a I Library HistoryThe
ness. Leaves fabrics so deep- & REGULAR 49* COPELAND FRESH PORK
wrinkle-ftee that ironing's >-' Delta Alpha Chapter of

easy-when necessary at alL .....\.i. pwr.-. M RINSEAnnouncing.,MMK(oMMn.Ml1 a Epsilon monthly Sigma Alpha meeting held Monday its regular EXTRA LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT Sausage . LB. 45;

The complete fabric softenerat evening at the Hart Memorial REGULAR 49* COPELAND
the economy price. Library. This was the model

HOOD SOFT RINSE .\L'JiA3 l. .,:::1 ority meeting functions for for being their the held rushees.A Spring by. the Rush Sor- Ribs.i lb. 39 Br'ns'weiger LB. 39x,

most interesting talk on the
history of the library was pre- !
sented by Mrs. Dick MaMnson. CHUCK
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Mrs.K. C.Moore,Jr.,and Mr.. Elizabeth Davis wishto education of the community and lb. If : i
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bers and their wives on FrI- The Klasinxnee Gazette, Kissimmee, FUu, Tbors, April 96, 16J 3

Local Elks To day evening, April 26th, at I Mr. and Mrs. Laciest Anohun-
8:00: o'clock In the hall
lodge .Bob Hammond Is
bault will leave next T'y
when the officers and committee
for an extended vWt with theirnephew
chairmen will present the
Hold Initiation II Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
history of the Order and also
, Aubin In Paw Paw, MfehfeMi.
the workings of the local Af
On Tuesday evening April!I the ladies of the Auxiliaryrom lodge to them. The meeting Speaker Mr. and Mrs. Sewett Grout
30th, Kissimmee Elks Lodge : 6:30: on. And all members will be followed by a social ![ Tuesday dinner guest ofMr.

No. 1873 wyi hold its first in are cordially invited to get-together, when the ladies and Mrs. Clyde Pendextrr
Ever eat orange bread? Or :ita plant in Orlando, They expectto of .
itiation of the new lodge year, come to the lodge for that of the auxiliary will offer refreshments consume a quarter million Zephryhffls.FOR
pancakes or orange -
,with the new officers, under evening to see the new offi- to all present All -
grapefruit sherbet! Or pounds of juice a year. -
orange po'tato
the leadership of Exalted Ruler cers perform. Six new members members are welcome to at c Bakers the
chips? parent company
Jack White, performingthe will be initiated during tend this meeting.
AH those, and more, are on have plants all over the US.,
ceremonies. The usual the meeting. Last Tuesday Ex-. PRlJfErlRll'!
rft the way. They're planned to make and they ten me if this succeeds'
roast beef dinner for There be alted
1.00 will a special .Ruler Jack White announced fee flavor of Florida citrus more they plan to expand it ,I
per member will be served by meeting for these new mem that the annual meeting widely known. Their first and "We've also designed colorful(

for the observance ofMother's : most important introduction: win paper place mats for hotels andmotels '

Day will be held on be right here in Florida, where to be placed in guests'
Sunday afternoon May 18th, visitors from the North find Florida rooms and topped by three piecesof
at 3:00 o'clock. The programfor sunshine as advertised but citrus fruit You have just,

this occasion is just now. too often have to hunt for norida's tried the grapefruit sherbet. Orange '
being prepared by the committee other most-advertised prod potato drips and pancakes j

U y In charge and will be are being developed. A form of i,
announced in the local uctKissimmee
press i iA : Rotarians sampledthe orange crystals is how being test-

orange bread and grapefruit ed; it does not need refrigeration

sherbet Monday as they beard yet by adding water it can ( MARINERS}

MY LIFE AS AN EGG Bob'Hammond, Orlando public relations -be reconstituted to become pure
y4. i 4'F. ': I Il I by man, outline the campaignhis orange juice."I .

Brenda Kay Bailey firm has worked out for the think the industry has Just YOUR MERCURY
IO Florida Citrus Commission.The begun to think. about new markets
age .
s Commission," Hammondsaid and new products!! DEALER '
; My name is Brenda.: was once a
plain egg.Bat the farmer told me to "tells me. most of the let- Hammond has beard estimates

S R. a store.Some ehilndren came and ters they get are complaints about "all the way from three yearsto LAUNCH YOU NOW
I not being able to find citrus ten years" on how long it will
f they bought me. LITTLE BIT MORE-Another! epic battle is about
took home when they visit Florida. Yet cit take Florida to recover from the
They me and put me be concluded in if the
to successfully a moment or two-
in the icebox and left me. About rus and sunshine are what our freeze and 'get back to bumper
one week later they took me out of net man doesn't fall overboard in the excitement. These 12 million visitors each year crops. "But" he said, "we just Don't miss the fun on the water.

lUe icebox.They then boiled me anglers have found the new 20-hp Merc 200 ideal for come looking for. And when you can't afford to let the American Your Mercury Outboard Dealercan

and put a face on me. fishing forays in weeds like these or for towing: water add those millions to our own public get out of the Florida help launch you into boat

That night they left me on the skiers when the whole family goes to the lake. population, Florida is a market citrus habit-to lose the market. ing at a low cost.
kitchen table.It greater than the combined popu- That( is why the concentrators
.L:1N was morning and I was layingon lations of New York, Philadelphia have raised prices somewhat-to Let him show you some hand-
._ the table asleep. Elks and Detroit!" slow down the demand, so that some Mercury-powered boats.
Sponsor The 1968 Mercs have beer.
They took me to school with So, he said, Florida restaurant: the supply can be stretched out
.tested million miles at.
IN FLORIDA them. Then they took me to the menus now can offer orange until the next crop. If the housewife over one
LAKE X,Florida . for eeonomy
lunch room.Then, came my sad bread . "a standard bread in goes looking for orange Juice .
BEER IS A NATURALFrom moment. I was pat on a tray and Youth Project which orange juice replaces the and finds there just isn't any, so .pendability. There's 6 to 10< (-

pat in the trash can. water. It's produced by the Mer-',,,that she switches to something Horsepower in 2, 4, and 6-cyl-
While I was there all the milk ., ,else, we've lost her and it maybe inder aniline
nature's light grain comes sparkling, light beer.. engines.
cartons and calledme [ hard later to her
laughed at me mighty get
Florida's traditional beverage of's light, a nnthead. was very sad. But On Wednesday, May 1st, cause they are members of a ConcertTo back." The mighty :Men 1000 I leads
sparkling, delicious. Kissimmee Lodge No. 1873 society that wants them to de-
ont of the blue the field . world's most -
a boy picked me Hammond is with Fry, Hammond powerful
their talents)
And naturally, the Brewing Industry in Florida is proud of up out of the trash can and tookme will sponsor a Youth Day project velop ties and capaci- Be Barr Associates, IDC. His outboard. It has 100 bp,
in conjunction with the to the fullest. This emphasis
the more than$27,820.935 it contributes in taxes to the state home.The boys name was Leo nephew Bill Hammond, Kissim but weighs no more than 75
observance of National Youth upon responsibility of
of Florida each year. .. money that helps support our Olds. He had a little brother Grant the individual is well emphas- mee Rotarian sponsored his talk. hp outboards.

schools, our hospitals, and our roads. In Florida, beer belongs Olds and seven sisters named Patty Day.The project has the princi- ized In our project by havingour Friday'The There's the 85 hp Mere 850

. .enjoy. it. ,Ivy, Kay, Brenda Gail Vicky, pal purpose of acquainting our. students realize the ne Mr. and Mrs. Perce Lovewell and the all-new Merc 660. .
Judy,Theresa, Pat.Their mother's
High School students with the cessity of leadership in the and Mr. and Mrs. William 65 hp, the most powerful 4-
Mrs Olds and her
name was
@ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. friend's Mrs. Walker. Mrs. Walker workings of the city and coun- i daily duties of local govern-' 110 members of the Os- Eichorst '''visited Cocoa Beach cylinder outboard ever built
ment. ceola and St. Cloud High School by Mercury. Many of its parts
had 29 girls, 15 boys.WG ty governments. Preparationshave Friday and were guests at the
FLORIDA; DIVISION been made with the officials The day's activities are plan bands have completed preparations Trade Winds Restaurant for din I are interchangeable with th.>
f I and with the school ned by the.lodge Youth Activities for the big musical eventof ner. Merc 1000. See the new 50 hp
authorities committee, under the the I Merc 500 and Mercury's n<'w-
to have the students year-the 2nd annual com-
twin-cylinder Mere 350 . t.w
chairmanship of Ed
themselves take over Hartley, bined band concert.
BUY COOI/NGJ/ the various in the together with other membersof GET FIRST CHOICE I' lightest 35 hp outboard eN' posts city
i This 1963 concert will be pre- I built.These, along with Merc':,
the By Doing !
and county offices for that lodge. This youth activity Today .
sented this Friday evening at I' three fishing motors, give y n
day and to be instructed in was inaugurated on May
8:15 in the auditor- I the widest of horsepowerever
Tupperware Just
phone range
the operation of the local administrative Day of last and will be
low -
UUlljliljlllllilllili lillll : Low price! This quiet, dependable ium. John Jamison and Samuel offered in outboards.
u Thinline installs : lower-sash win agencies. The an annual project for the Elks -------.N..1 I I

I.;.-:=:::::::: ::::::: ..::.:...:-:::...:-:.::.:-::-:::-:=-ffi-:.::..I i dows adequate or through l1S-volt the circuit wall.;draws Works only on.anEiiiiiiili I students be elected who or will appointed serve will be Lodge.will A be special served buffetluncheon in the lodge- Wood ceola, and the St.directors Cloud bands of the, will Os- fI847..4661' \ I I Start MERCURY.your own Your PROJECT Mercury

., f 1ii i amperes-less current than a toaster. forehand. hall for all participating stu- direct the program in coopera- L-----------....-...t 1 dealer will help launch you in t<.

I -...-............................. 000 ITtfHrcliig It is planned td hold a city dents, officials and school tion with guest conductor, Har- to I boating and you'll get mere
rJ: ai: r 2 pewer.2wvy commissioners meeting and a authorities. old MacDougle. RUN for your money.mERCURY.

J I I:.=....:.r_....._....._......_.._.......__...... ,ptrti.iK county commissioners meeting MacDougle has formerly been Send Flowersfor I
--- director of the Apopka and St.
-- - 10-COOl Ur I during the afternoon. During Baptists To Hold
MODEL 303A ROOM AIR CONDITIONER pltiscit, q.,!let ONLY j these meetings the students Cloud bands and has also done
.iglttrm ctliag 95 I will be acquainted with Revival Service professional composing* and
: HI-COOL for$1 jthe actual problems choral directing. He will conduct -
facing !
Revival services will be held
THIS IS A FACSIMILE OF THE NEMA SEALThe .maximuntc..lisy.actual ..
.. M these city and county offici the First the "Erolca",.Coverture and Mother's Day '1f0'65B5.5
seal, affixed to General Electric Room Air IO-pIsiti.. at Baptist Church :36k20.
S Conditioners,signifies that BTU/Hr.watts and amthermestat.. OTKH MODELS als. And furthermore, all students April 28-May 5. Services will be "TJie.Stars: and. .:. !rtP ..Jorj i .. ,,9:8: snd.BJp6att11sprb" .

pere ratings are certified accurate by the National _' Wishablifilter. air TO CHOOSE ntoM.PARKS holding an office for 7:30'' night, plus the ever". C',- .,' J'.,, I Our flowers and plant are "*A'I..>|t t
1 Electrical: Manufacturers Association. the day will give a brief re- regular Sunday morning worship Ticket prices are $1 for adults, fresh as tomorrow O 1963. BKHASW C8ft1. tint At Hit "-..s.and .
port on his or her activities. services. 50c for students and children They're sure to make r....*.Srtiidufy*f$n.s.**.wpmii

"Our democratic institutions Evangelist for the revival will Tickets may be purchased in St. Mother's special Day
stress the integrity'' and valueof really memorable. Just
be Rev. Charles Howard, Professor Cloud at the chamber of com-
FURNITURE COMPANY the individual person, and call-we'll handle it all.BAKER'S .
Emeritus at Campbell merce, Dixie Motel GaUatins
the responsibility they placeon
the individual College, Buies Creek, North Carolina Grocery: Padgetts Pharmacy
as a work
where howas head of the and Penny-wise; in Kissimmee
ing member of society, Ex-
alted Ruler Jack White stat- Bible department for 22 years. at the chamber of commerce,

KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD ed. "The achievements of our He has preached in over 1000 Broadway Pharmacy, Firestone i
847-4171 892.2O11 youth are made possible be- revivals In some of the largest Home and Auto Supply, Herz-, I

-- ---- as well as some of the smallest berg Saddle Shop, Hunt Bros. i I sya
churches. A friend of young people and Kissimmee Hardware. if
Memorial Christian Education Sixteen men enrolled in the FLOWERS I II

Fund through which over 800< Moose Lodge, last Saturday, the I
students In 49 different colleges largest number to date. The I
have been helped. He was Lodge now has 100 members. 17 Monument Ave.COTTON'S .
,.: y'ua 2 AlvatvK.r sxA't5ocwiL ; educated at Wake Forest College

and Southern Baptist Seminar .

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The music will be under the

direction of W. H. Baker, Minister .

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the First Baptist Church. STARLITE CLUBpresents Yy;

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The KlsBlmmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fbu Tban; April 25, 19G3 : ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Final Rites Held GriMom Chapel, with the Re
ESA SororityEntertains I,Jimmy R. Cox. Minister
For John Thoman the First Christian Chunoflttcattag. '

Rushees John II. Thoman,, 791 GeorgeSt. I Presentation of the PIjeCM1rtesy -. w

Orange Gardens, died Wed- Veterans of Wor
nesday. April 10. He had bees War One Barracks Numb,

t"llttJlf1 ;Any hat that suits the fancy-I The special "ESA Girl of the a resident of Kissimmee for the 1068, Kisrimmee. Interim

I from the very unique to Year Award" was presented to !!past seven years, moving here followed in Rose Hill Cern

olous and fancy were previewed Mrs. Bill .Penmngtoa by Mrs. ;.from Ashland, Ky. tery Grissom Funeral Hor

at the formal rushing dinner par I Dulgar, last year's awardee. He was a Lay, Leader and a was in charge of arrant

i ty held at Gatcrland Friday evening !The following] members and member of the Board of Stewards -I menta.i .
for ESA
; By Sorority membersand Creek
guests attended: Mrs. Godwin,, of the Shingle
I their rushees. I Mrs. Buck Smith, Mrs. Bill Bur- t ;Methodist Church. He was a i Carol Sue Paulk

These gay chapeaux from the I ton, Mrs. Pennington, Mrs Joy ,member of Pogave Lodge No. "
j Paris Hat Shop, Colonial Plaza. Moore Mrs. MaJonson l Mrs Ray- 325, F&AM and for many years 1 Named "Miss G.A.

Jim Rooney, congenial head Alice Lane, teachers at Fair- Mall Mrs.., Buck Orlando were modeled by I mond 'Bowen, Mrs Dulgar, Mrs. x was secretary for the Gideon I I Miss Carol Sue Paoik S
I of Rooney Pontiac, has returned field, Conn. are ,guests this Bishop. Mrs.Murphy Frank, Godwin George Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Keene Mrs. Murphy of Ashland. crowned Miss GJL cot the v -
to his home to recuperate. week of Mrs. 'Jess Thacker Mrs. Cecil Sylvester, Mrs. He was school guard here at at the Motber-Dau .
Larry Keene and Mrs. Bob Mak- suing year
F, Jim has been a patient at the and her family. .Jess enter Larry Blankenship, Mrs. Lynwood the corner of Church and Dakki tec Banquet held in the Edm
inson. Mrs.
Jim did the
Fla. San for several weeks. tained with a small dinner I coordination.The Dulgar Lupo, Mrs. Glen Haggard, SJrs. for six years. tonal Bldg. of the First Bapi

A. B. Lendved is recuperating party for them Monday night.I David Putnam, Mrs. Earl Moody, He is survived by his wife Church Friday'' evening of t
L at his home following Guests included Ann Sessions, riming area was attractively Mrs. Frank Broyles, Mrs. Fred I\ Mrs. Sarah Thoman of Kissim- 19th, celebrating the observat t
transformed into Parisian
surgery at an Orlando hos Barbara Thacker William nightclub, where a delicious a ham Brussow, Mrs. Harold Honeycut, i mee; one son Ellsworth of Ashland of the 50th Anniversary of .
pital.Mr. i Hammond, Joe Taggart, Peter dinner Mrs. Jack White Mrs. Pete Lee. ; one grandson J. E. Thom Girl's Auxiliary organuatu\
served in I
was elegant
and Mrs. L M. Wfl-: Lohmann and Ray Sessions. French in Mrs.' Ida Bronson, Jr., Mrs. William an of Rock Island, Ill. and a Those in second and third pi-.
style by authentic : s.
Hams and and Mrs. L. M. Atkins and Mrs .
Mr. ; Mrs. Rena serving .costumes. Gepharttstop -c !. 1 i : granddaughter Mrs. V. O. Smithof were Becky Arlington and Vim'
Williams Jr. are leaving to- Irma McLellan ,were dinner
and six
I Garland, Texas, great GoIdino.
( day'for Birmingham to attend guests Monday :of Mr. and after spending ten days with in Georgia for a few : grandchildren. The message theme was ''1

t the wedding of Anne Williams Mrs. W. S. Dunsmore. Mrs. Elsie Grigsby and Mr. days to visit friends enrouteto j Jr Prayer services were conducted virtuous woman deacribed i

to Robert Dunn, which will Patricia Humphrey Tilley and Mrs. Robert Eby. their home. I in the chapel of the Rtedel Proverbs Mrs. Toni Cappelnu: .
be held Saturday.Dr. was among the 1095 candi- 'Mr. and Mrs. C; J. Everyare Jimmy Cox flew to King N. Funeral Home at 3 Thurs- the speaker is from Winter G -
H. P. Amos i Is a patientat dates for degrees' In commen- leaving this week to return C. Monday to conduct a revival p.m.
with W. P. Hanks of
the Fla. San. where he Is cement ceremonies held Sat. to their home at Mans- ; in that city. day Rev. den.The members of i >
.undergoing a. series of tests. urday at Florida State Uni- field, Pa.Miss I I the Shingle Creek Methodist : following ,
Intermediate Girls Auxilia:
Elder Adolph Skender, for- versity. She received a BS in Louise Thomason is I Daylily Circle 1 Church and Rev. John A. Briley Dianne .' -
served the banquet:
of the First Methodist
mer pastor of the local Seventh -education.Mrs. spending five weeks visitingat pastor
Day Adventist Church. Rena Atkin and Mr. Wedowee Alabama. Elects Officers \ Church of Kissimmee. i! lciating. ringtOBNidd! ; UD rim, Am
Vicki Johns, Wan t
now living In South Carolina, and Mrs. W. S. Dunsmorewere Birthday congratulationsthis I The body was forwarded to I Hooetor,
Officers of Daylily Circle of Ashland where funeral services Paul The Alice Price Gave i
stopped off for a visit with dinner guests of Mr. week are being sent to I i
the D. A. Motes as did Elder and Mrs. Glenn Dunsmore Howard Hall Bob Bullock, Kissimmee Garden dub were Miss Anne Williams ,.were conducted from the Centen-'I Circle of the W.M.U table prepay c.. -
food. The banquet
Kenneth Mensing and familyof Sunday. Billy Prather Pat Bush Ethel elected at the last meeting held ary Methodist Church at 2 p.m. the GJA. colors w. igreen

Jackson, Miss. J The annual Driggers-Ses- Lupfer, B E. Trent,J. D. Ben- at the home of Mrs. Joe E. John- Monday with interment in the ried out the white double ,

Col. and Mrs; Howard Williams slons family reunion will be ton, Patricia Bush, Irene For- ston of Neptune Rd. Miss Anne Williams family burial plot. and Gold fern, Lilttes petuni.also t '
are visiting his mother,I held Sunday April 28th at nes, Hartzell Lucas, Ruth Con- The officers for the coming Riedel Funeral Home was In theme "Then and Now" was c -
Mrs. Maude Williams. The: Brinson Park. will be Mrs. A. E. of local
ard Bobby Childers, Dan Aut- year : charge arrangements. 1
Col. Williams are leaving the Mrs. Rena Atkin left Mon- rey Jack Patterson,.Lou Jons- Whaley, president; Mrs. Stephen To Wed Robert Dunn ried otter out items with pertaining lamps vases to u a /

1. states April 30th for an assignment day to return to her home In son, James Miller Carolyn' Miller vice president Mrs. Walter Freeman Stokes A decorated lour t '

in Karache, Pakistan ! Michigan for the summer. Bourn, Jeff Johnson ,Nellie I Thomas, recording secretary; years ago. tbe col-
cake carried out same ) >
where he will serve as; Mr .and Mrs. Walter Mar- Curry Lucile Johnson, New- Mrs. Sam L. Lupfer 3d, corre- Mr. and Mrs. Lucious Monroe and Mrs. Arthur Earl Dunn of Passed AwayFreeman with inscription "G.A. :j( >

Air Attache 'to the American ter and sons, Scott and Brian, ton Strickland, Jerry Baxter. sponding secretary; and Mrs. Williams of Kissimmee announce ,'Eupora, Mississippi. His grandparents Eldridge Stokes,,, Anniversary.the "
Embassy. I left Sunday to return to their Best wishes to each of you.' Thomas K. Blain treasurer.As the engagement of their daughter - are Mrs. A. S. Nix of GA. memlx
Miss Linda Rutter and Miss, home at North Augusta, S.C. Special congratulations are the members assembled' Miss Anne Louise Williamsof Hot Springs, Ark. and the late 65, of Kissimmee, passed away The following >
- - Thursday after several weeks I and their mothers were preset 1
being sent this week to Mr. Mrs. E. O. Johnson assisted the Birmingham, Alabama, to Dr. Nix and the late Mr. and illness. Carol Sue Paulk, Pattte and ti- -

J and Mrs. John Beebe who celebrated hostess in serving hot breads Robert Earl Dunn, also. of Birm- Mrs. T. L. Dunn of Huttig, Ark. I He was a native and lifelong -. hi dear Cindy Herzberg, VuuGoldino

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. their golden and coffee to 22. Mrs.: Craig T. ingham.. The prospective bride-groom resident of Kissimmee. Pamela Locfcwood, Bee

anniversary April Bell was a special guest. Miss Williams is the grand- received his BS degree in ma- He was a veteran of World I 1 land Kathy Arnngton, Tanya i'<
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Weaverare Mrs. John Carroll, spirituallife daughter of Mrs. S. P. Griffin chanical engineering from Al- War One. .ry Suzan and Paula Shore, \V, -

KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB leaving this week to spend chairman, gave the devotional and the late Mr. Griffin and bany University where he was !!I Survivors include t w several days at Raleigh visit- the late Mr. and Mrs. M. A.. .
and also a memorial hon- Mrs. Eldon Bron Jennifer Johns and grandmothMrs.
I affiliated with the American Society daughters,
I Ing their daughter and fam-
Sponsors .: oring deceased members. The Williams, all of Madison, Fla.I of Mechanical Engineers.He son, Kissimmee and Mrs. Isaac c Owen Godwin, Director t
ily, the Roger Crooks. I
Among the winter residentsat devotional period was closed The bride-eect was graduated is employed by Rust Engi- T. Winston, Ocala. Two sons, 'the group, and Mrs Lee Cats
',1 SPRING PILLOW CLEANING the Kissimmee Motor Court with silent prayer.A :with a BA degree from Huntingdon neering Company at Birming- Eward Martin Stokes Canada I bell Assistant. Other guests

who have returned to their program on the Care of College in Montgomery. She ham.. I and Freeman E. StokesJr. :. Mrs. Jessie Card of Winter O. -

E PROJECT northern homes Mr. and House Plants was presented by served as secretary, vice presi- Winter Park. Two brothers ,. den and Mrs. Bill Bafaer.
are Mrs. June Gunn. dent and president of the Life The wedding win take place I Dick Stokes and Ira Stokes I
P Mrs. Alfred Zils, Milwaukee
Wis. Mrs. Violet Hosier, Service Organization at Hunting- Saturday, April 27, at the Mc- both St. Cloud. Also on e II I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gk>bi\
f Buckingham 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stover don and currently operates the Coy Methodist Church. After. a grandchild. ,Pine Grove were Sunday dinn

Mrs. Harry Hudson, Dryden, Williams Tours, a .travel agencyin wedding trip they will be at Funeral services were hel
i I SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Frank To Head Rose CircleMrs. I Birmingham. home at 524 Vanderbilt Street, at 3 o'clock Saturday from th e< i iDtebolt..

Burkholder, Luckey Ohio; Mr. Dunn is the son of Mr. Birmingham. I
Thomas Stover elect-
/ THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Dr .and Mrs. C. F. Littell, De- I
tt ed to serve as president of the William Callaway Plaines, Illinois to Kissimmee Ii
posit, New York; Mr. and Mrs. 7
years ago. I
Rose Circle at a meeting held
Jale Kinsman, Iron River. Before his retirement he
APRIL 25 26 AND 27. Succumbed ThursdayWilliam
recently at the home of Mrs.
Mich. connected with the Car-
Holzemer William Dettmer on Fish Lake. was- I II
'' Fred has returned son-Plrie Scott DepartmentStore
PILLOW Frank Callaway, 67, -
"FLORIDA PUFF" : Other officers elected were i Choice
to his home in Cleveland, Chicago, for 42 Freedom Of
of Kissimmee and Clinton, years.
Hansel vice
Mrs. ,
Roy presi-
Ohio, after spending the win-
I North Carolina, passed away He member of The
was a
; SERVICE. ter here. dent; Mrs. Dettmer, secretary; I conditions
afternoon at the . Under absolutely no
Mrs. Earl Thursday Mother Church, First Churchof .. .
Clark. treasurer. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J.
Bay Pines VA Facility. Christ, Scientist Boston does: the choice of the funjbval'
The officers will be installed
Shanks :_ .
( weekehd
: .
<;;;;;; @% Ebonezer .
Mlrgirtfci ,'''' ,, ., .'for their home at Washington -" at a picnic to be:held at Brin- He was a native of Mass. 1 'director rest with anyone otter
i 'f-u-: : ." .... North Carolina and was a
I Indiana. They plan ',to son Park. Veteran of Warld War One. Besides his wife, survivors : than the family requiring his
include a daughter, Miss Hel-
He was a retired power en Greinke, Bloomington, Ill I 11 services. Regardless of the circumstances -

f. plant electrician.He attended the. First Bap- inois. A son, Charles Ray- I it is your right to
tist Church and was a mem- mond. Greinke, McAllen, Texas call the funeral director of your
Five sisters, Mrs. Helen
ber of Hiram Lodge Number MEMBER. own choice.RlEDEL.
Johnson and Mrs. Ruth Topel
When minutes 'count it can use-and not a nickel wasted! Choose from 98, A. F. & A. M., Clinton, both Chicago Mrs. Clara, THE ORDER
. ;
Scottish Rite Bodies, Wilmington OF TMCGOLDEN
Crown Extra,Crown,Economy Crown.Each famous -Waschow, Cary, Illinois; Mrs. : '" RULE
N. C., and Sudan
STANDARD STANDS OUT for long-running mileage, dependable performance, Temple, New Bern, N. C. Emma Skibbe, Palatine, Illinois I
and Mrs. A. P. Dutz, Kiss-
top power at its price. So stop at Standard for the Survivors include his wife, immee. Also 2 grandchildren. I III

Split-second action,blazing go-go-go! That's Dixie's gasoline that fits your car.Get wide-awake Standard Clara Rouse Callaway. One
son, Bob Dwight 'Callaway. Christian Science services j 24 HOOt
modem of work and plaY: And you'll keep service that helps you make the most of your car
pace !up! One daughter, Mrs. Harold were held at 2 o'clock Wed I AM&UANCESfRVKl IO7 EMMETT STREET

.. when you use today's Standard gasolines, designed and your money.Standard gasolines are the South's Bethune, both Kissimmee. nesday In the Grissom Chapel, i KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

for this stop-and-go grind! Whatever car you drive, top-selling favorites. Just one try will tell you why! Four brothers, John D. Calla- with Mrs. Lillian Dunn, CS. ,

.all the OIL I COMPANY (KENTUCKY) way, Manatee; D. F. Callawayand Reader, officiating. Cremation I
there's a Standard gasoline that gives power STANDARD Jamie Callaway, both Al- followed. Grissom Funeral Phone

bermarle, N. C., and Z. C. Home was in charge of ar Ii i 647-3188

Callaway Chattanooga, Tenn- rangements.Mr .

essee. Also 3 grandchildren.The .
funeral party left Sat and Mrs. Jimmy Vickersof 1-

urday for Clinton, where services Kenansville became parentsof
are to be herd with Interment a 9 lb. 7 oz. son Stoney Jim. !

to follow in a Clin- Thursday, April 11Mrs. .
ton cemetery. Grissom Funeral -
Vickers is the former
Home was In charge of ar- -
: --
.- it Miss Lois Jean Locke.
) L rangements.
MQ -

1 Emmet Johnson, 89,

Passed Away SundayEmmett 1.----

4 Johnson, 89, of Kiss-

:} 1i immee passed and away Burney early Indiana Sunday.,

; _ after several weeks illness.A .
< native of Oxford, Ohio, 2 I

he had been wintering here SAVE J
for the last 16 years.
He was a retired farmer

t and a member of the Burney WHERE YOUR

,!:. First Methodist Church.
: Survivors include his wife, It
fi <' Susie Agnes Johnson. Two

tt .: ., daughters, Mrs Earl Marlow
;;. -y Sandusky, Indiana and Mrs. I

: t Alvin Alverson, Burney. One 4Y4
t .
v { son, Raymond Johnson, %
> .ae.ass i i Greensburg Indiana. One sinter

Mrs. Mary Tempest,
A ' North Vernon, Indiana. One
t brother, Clarence Johnson, PER ANNUM

T"h : ti I Greensburg. Also 8 grand I DIVIDEND
children and 17 great grand- I
a children. r
Prayer services were held [COMPOUNDED AND .

.at 2 o'clock Sunday in the PAYABLE QUARTERLY]
I Grissom Chapel with the Rev.

',John Briley Minister of the

+ First Methodist Church, offs, F
I elating. The funeral party left .
,'Monday for Greensburg, ai
12T at
'where final services are to be

(held with interment to follow
!in South Park Cemetery GrIs-

(som Funeral Home was In

.a STANDARD (charge of arrangements.

Charles Passed Away Greinke SundayCharles -PvjiL;

: t11 _
: L. T. Greinke, 72, of

,,218 Polncianna Circle, Kiss- RAL

1 ''immee, passed away Sunday i
[afternoon. He was the husband SawgsandLoan-AssoclationofOSCEOLA COUNTYt '

of Myrtle Weitz Greinke. KlSSiiwMEE .
1 First Reader of the First ;,:;= : : "
Church of Christ Scientist, xr fOf
Lr _ E. P. NEID, KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA Kissimmee.A 1 : = t' J .--m

he moved from DesJ J


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Meet The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, .FUu, Tburs., April X, 1968 5
MondayThe : .
T. K. Galloway
ORANGE GARDENJOTTINGS. I business with headquarters infj
April meeting ol the Unit- .. F Named SalespersonT. NO JOS TOO KG or too small
Kisammee. This business specialized -'
when tt comes to commercial
ed Presbyterian Women will beheld
Monday at 8 in the : K. Galloway was named in high structures. } printing. Call 847-3681 today
p.m. I
educational I 'Salesperson of the Month" at In 1956 a friend recognized his and ask for Mr. Mean for free
I the meeting of the Koffee Klub sales ability and encouraged his estimates on your job workYou'll .
Reports on the Presbyterial' bv ANNE:J. REYNOLDSNow Wednesday morning. going to Memphis Term where be glad you did.
Delegates will be given. The
he received t his sales
.1 training
that April is about to Mr. and Mrs. Spence have re- Born in Mansfield, Ky., he
Bethany Circle will be hostess. i and l
was employed Hall-Dobbs. IT PAYS TO
r draw to a close, .the junior resi- turned home after spending a few 4 spent most of his childhood in
Tulsa, Okla. He entered the busi- the world's largest Ford dealer IN THE GAZETTE
i dents of the Gardens as as days with friends in Sarasota
Mother's their teachers are looking forwardto Bradenton, Miami Beach and ness world at the ripe old age organization.
TO of 13 as a steeple jack traveling Being very successful he acquired -I
NlElll 0 guide to the vacation months. Margate, Fku
automobile fever
the but
F dependablefootwear There is a saying that "April with his family around the country r
I showers bring May. .flowers." Dr. and Mrs. George Beau- .,- painting and repairing anything could not stand being away from"bm1e"
and returned to K>gdm-
These showers have not been too champ are visiting friends and M.y Ft that was hard to get to.
mee in 1957.
plentiful that past few weeks, so relatives in Indiana. such as water tanks, towers, industrial -
ADT He joined the firm of Autrey
TII it looks that "May" will have a smoke stacks, etc.
t shortage of flowers.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. ShirLey He married Hilda in Kissimmeein Motor Oo. in 1953 and is with
LAf A. B. Lendved returned!] of 1617 Cecile St. spent theEaster 1939. They have left here for them yet pursuing his favorite _
." home last 'Saturday from an out- holidays with their son, short periods and have always subject Fords T. K. says he'llbe
of-town hospital where he under- David, and his family in Knoxrule returned as they call Kissimmee happy when Fords are J like:: I
nosesel''One has one".
went surgery. His daughter, Mrs. Tenn. They will return via 'Home". j
The Parents' Magazine Seal of Com- Helen Harrison of Minneapolis; ashville where Mrs.Shirley will RECEIVES ARD-Ap award of appreciation .. for :At the beginning of World Warn with Incidentally the four,diamonds the beautiful he sports pin ,j v

mendation has been awarded to 'visited him during his stay at:attend the Reunion of the Past outstanding contributions to the State of Florida"* was presented he worked in the Tampa shipyard when he dresses attests t6''
the hospital and expects to spend)J Diocessan Officers of the Episcopal -I as a welder. He entered the up
Acme Boots. It assures you of a to Tupperware last week by Clyde Pierson (left), the fact that every year he has I'
1 sometime with him at home during -', Churchwomen of Tennessee. Navy in 1942, served in the Pa- I'
product"tested for use by families his convalescence. vice president'of Kissimmee's industrial committee. Pier- cific as a bosun's mate on anLSM sold Fords he has earned his'
I with children". You cannot buy with I '- son was acting in behalf of Governor Farris Bryant and landing craft, where he place in the 300-F/OO club, Ford,i,

greater confidence. I Mrs. Curtis W, Reese and her Mrs. Helen Harrison from Minneapolis business leaders in Kissimmee. Receiving the award for earned eight major invasion rib-, Motor Company's highest award ,

: daughter-in-law, Mrs. C. W. is visiting her father, Tupperware'is Don Hinton, vice president advertising and bons.
Skyey 1w Reese, Jr., left last week for Mr. A. B. Lendved, who is apatient public relations. The award presentation came as part of Following his discharge from GAZETTE I ,.... -,
Richmond Va. at Orange Memorial Hasital service he started and operateda ADVERTISERS I .... ,
official functions of the State's TCOT HCIMOM MWCTIIVI MT MH '0. ,
. _
I ] Mrs. Harrison reports thatier 'Industry AppreciationWeek. successful paint contracting MNM _l MClHm, IS ALLY WMC. "
UT mt w f MOT' HI cntum.t oo.MIW of
and Mrs. father is .! t4Rt..Ia.I.T! K Vf AT WMUWITS. I.
Mr. Wm. Sawyers getting along veryell : .t'r MCMNK ...." tUVt A-a< ss
4 $9.95'HtqdquartersHorida !Jr., and family, Jimmy, Alan, following surgery, and expects I grandson, Danny, at West Palm Elder Yates To fl MB MM. AMur POMtM VI .. miu w* cmiNCM*. no,it<*no KT r TMtun _I.G 'and Wendy Ann have returned to return to his home in a Beach. I Hibiscus Circle I .t SILLy--"..4 d'..rim I 'IAltud.t t
Attend Convention .. ftL.. 5:1 .
N.Y. 'few M.I .ttt.ct. K llttu.Tl.t
their home in days.
i to Baldwin Elects Officers Ta. o tt. ..,.
f after spending their Easter vaca- ONCE OVER LIGHTLY Elder H. L. Yates pastor oi
tion with his mother of Janet Miss Suzanne Lockwood of 1608 :A Washington correspondent en- The Hibiscus Circle of the KIs- the Seventh Day Adventisl fif I

St.Mr. W. Vine St. entertained groupof tered the Senate press gallery simmee Garden Club elected officers Church, left Monday for Miami+. 1
Sawyers plans to attend friends at her 16th birthday anniversary last' week. Spotting a colleague, for the coming year and 3 where he will attend the 8U: '
the University of Wyoming where last Thursday April 10, he moved next to him and said, will install them at the annual quadrennial convention of the ,
i :- he will study radiation biology. ,in the Orange Gardens Community "How long has Senator -- been' meeting in May. Southern Union Conference of Ad WALT'SFREEZETTE
'His family will accompany him. Bldg. From all reports, a t talking?" : ventists.He ($ 1l&t
other styles to Wyoming. very delightful evening was enjoyed "About 40 minutes," his friend The officers include: Mrs. will return to Kissimmee ii
4.95 -.'1.95 by all the guests. answered. William See k m a n, president; I time for the regular church service Smarten Innchea or dinner rtndtfvont
uso..eors a GIRLI Mrs., Elsie Gardner has returned "And what's the good Senator Mrs. Robert Ford, recording: Saturday morning at 9:30. in Central Florida Delphi
to her home in Schenectadyafter Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Sawyers talking about?" secretary; Mrs. Corwin Bennett,I' soar family . honor year grub I DRIVE-IN
spending three weeks with ,Jr. and children Jim, Alan Wen- "Frankly, he doesn't say." corresponding secretary; Mrs. Bowling League . by bringing them toJ'ir tmljnniqne
H" Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Spence. dy Ann. from Baldwin, Long Island George Mansfield treasurer. dining room.
PlannedThe _.. ....... Highway 17-92 South
N.Y. were visiting his mother Perhaps you have heard about The April meeting was a cov- Banquet Free a at the
Cattltmen"Kissimmee Mrs. E. F. Vincent of Port Mrs. Wm. A. Sawyers of the group of Dallas men who sold ered dish luncheon in Brinson Kissimmee Businessmen'! Overpass
t Credit Ontario and Miss F. Whe- Janet St. during their Easter va a friend several oil wells. They Park. The park has been beau- Bowling League will hold the an, a1tla1t'a" Phone 847-4812 for
12 Darlington lan of Montreal are visiting the cation. They have returned toBaldwin I are said to produce 500 barrels, tified by the colorful border of nual banquet and trophy presenta" . CARRY OUTIFEATUIii
Spences of 1613 Janet St. for the opening of schoolson a week-no oil, just barrels. annuals planted by other garden May 1st at 6:15 p.m. at the Elk: >... I Iin

Wednesday, April 17th. I club. circles.. . _. Lodge.. __ __
Mr. Sawyers plans to attend the I Comedian Joe E. Lewis reports The circle voted- to renew its
PRESTIGE summer session at the Universityof that he has a very clever income I membership in the Florida Aud-
HOMES Wyoming where he will study tax man who handles his finan- 'ubon Society. It was announcedthat
II radiation biology. cial affairs. He works out of avery the Daylilies and Amaryllis

BUILT -_ I fancy office in Kansas . .II planted by the circle at the,
FOR YOU Recent visitors at the home of Leavenworth. A brilliant fellow entrance to Rose Hill Cemetery iUitllf- Plltl

Mrs. Wm. A. Sawyers were Miss he says . . but very sticky were thriving and blooming.
By Helen Gould of Patchogue, N.Y. fingers.
Miss Gould is a former teacherin -

George L Reynolds 1j 1 1i!i which the Mr.Bay Sawyers Avenue was School a princi-of station Attendant: "You're at state the line last service one South TrailDriveIn GENERAL <|P ELECTRIC

I pal for many years, and :Miss through here to get a tankful at

For Further Information Call 847.2856 or 847.2266 j!Gould's cousin Mabel L. Newtonof i the old pric{." DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR
Garden City, LI. She is a I Motorist, smiling: "That so?"

.teacher in the Babylon School in i I "Yup, five minutes from now Dile r' sJ i.87Mil
Long Island. it's goin' down four cents a gal ;:::::::: :::::::::::::==:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: L.Convenlence .ttr1 I'\ __
- : .
Kissimmee Furniture Store lon." ORLANDO, FLORIDA ,I .

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Collyer of ;:;: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: r i I '
Berkeley Heights. N.J. were recent 'How much fish did you catch Two Egg. Shlyes- cIIt 1 'M"C : :
23 Broadway __ . : Orner.J:11f19: **
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G. yesterday THURS.,FRI., SAT. - -
Telephone 847-4411 D. Hedden and Miss Collyer) ol f "Six," the husband replied. April 25-26-27 .
719 George St. Also recent visitors "Then the man at the market OFN B.utf t,1 'Co"pa 1rien ,._Automaf ic ; ,
A complete free interior decorating service planned of the Hedden's were Mr., made a mistake. He's ..charged '"IN SEARCH THE -. .-- .n_ -t Interior; LigrilL '
j \ .. and Mrs;. Richard Packert ol ,you for nine' .' .iCI J A WAYS," -, .. .. .. ..
to epit your; pocketbook. Featuring Name'Brand. Short Hills. N J. enroute to' their --- ,. ,, ;!;I
. :; ,,730310:4., Pr t c.tjji! :p r 'Stop two Flex-Grid;_ I Ice"trays
home in Short Hills. < Doctor: '-You-need not worry, . . .
- -
"Wild Is The
Furniture, Bedding, Accessories, Carpets, Accent Country" -
sir: You're in as good. a shape
and Fabrics. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Starling; as a man of 60." 9:45 '
Rugs, Lamps, Draperies Drapery
[have returned home after visiting; Patient: "Yeah Doctor, but ::::::::X'X-V'X-X'XvX'X"---*.*::: ::: 1
' (Evening Appointments) with their son Jack Starling and I'm only 45." $19995
--I April 28-29-30 on nfrigtrotorsin '

longtr. -
7:30-11:25 ouAUtv1 TA212W

awy, I "Escape From Ft. Bravo"

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undeveloped. For housing, farming, GROVES "' "

ranching or any other uses it will LOWESTPRICEAmerican2202 WTRC SEDANS-Classic 550 2.

probably pay you to clear your land. RANCHEScurrent k"owt'4E; TRADING HIGH' CONVERTIBLES-t REcUHINQ Door Sedan has full room
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Without a question, you'll be money for 6. Rambler quality and priced convertible with extra-value features.
interest famous .
ahead if you use the land clearing services rate gas economy power top standard. & $4491

of one of Rozier's customers who $4034.
$5122. PER MONTH
uses Caterpillar-built machinery. His " 5.1/ % ,. PER MONTH PER MONTH

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clearing jobs..He can do it faster and better I
I '
Land ;simple
more economically. clearingis .
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his business and dependability is his --=. that won MotorTrend Magazine's"Car

guarantee. . he's backed by Rozier's of the Year" Award.
iJITHIRTIETH YEAR / Most miles per gallon of all cars in allI'
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t serving : Cross Country Wagon has 80
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I 1916 North Orange Avenue

'i f Orlando Florida

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Phone GArden 2-5800
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s The lilziiniaiee ttaiette. Klsslmmee, FLu, Thurs. April 25, 19G3 Peggy Grissom Beta Epsilons : MARRIED THURSDAY overlaid with a white cloth over I FFA Teams Win In
j I pale blue centered with a four I
Honored at LunchThe Entertain Chapters tiered cake, decorated with pink I Sub-District MeetThe
Tropical Hotel was the The Beta Epsilon Chapter of Serving the cake were Mrs. I Osceola High chapter of
GAZETTE scene for the beautiful bridal Beta Sigma Phi entertained the R. M. Whidden and Mrs. I. W. the Future Farmers of America

luncheon complimenting Miss two exemplar chapters, XL Alpha :.Marshall. Mrs. Ruth Ziegler, won tbtee out of seven first
. i ew.Mfrei Peggy Grissom, on Saturday Phi and Xi Gamma Nu recentlyat A/ Mrs. Joseph McWilliams Miss places at a sub-district meet in
A J k H. Perry .
April 20th, at one o'clock Mrs. a ship wrecked dinner party VAW Dianne McWilliams. Mrs. Ed- St. Cloud last week, it was announced -

Stewart Are. Maurice Jewell, Mrs. Eugene held at the Yacht Cub. ward Partin Jr. and Mrs. R. here.
Offices 24-26
: 847-2881 Spiers, Mrs. B. G. Grissomand The dining room was decoratedto T Eugene Smith served punch '' Schools from Votuaa, Senunole,
Telephone Mrs. Edward Whaley join- carry out the theme by using The bride's book was attendedby and Osceoia counties competed.

ed as hostesses. hanging baskets of flowers in the Miss Della Rae McWilliamsand Chapter Adviser Bill Perry said
Entered as Second Class Mall Matter Pastel flowers were used center of the room and life pre- : .jr Mrs. D. C. Carte. Bill Taylor won the tractor driv-
In the Post Office at KI immee. Fla. In arrangements at intervals servers hanging in the badground. and
For a short wedding trip to ing event; Deans Ungaro
along the u-shaped table and .
r the coast the bride wore a two Wiley Wooten won horseshoe
Published Thursdays Kissiramee.: Florida the same pastel tones were repeated A hut was made from palm
bone flannel suit topped pitching.
e In the tiny net bags leaves where sat an Indian Chief piece I
with a mink stole and matching The parliamentary teams on
LEO SCHUMAKEREditor filled with rice and flower Eunice Beriinsky who welcomedthe
and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION decorated that marked the guests as they entered. shoes and bag. They are now at i'which Perry is counting heavilyto

. places for the guests. A set The buffet table was draped home at 1201 Parade Ave. go to the state conventionwon
RATESSix of TV. trays with a walnut with fish net and decorated with first. It consists of Larry
stand the bride- sMr Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Litteil YVhaley, Bubby Story David Tomiknson. -
was given leaves, candle and flowers. The
months $%.50 one year, $4.00; two years, S7.0Q
; dinner
Wednesday Gns'som
elect by her hostesses. tables were laden with magnolia were guestsof i Dean South, Babe -
included In Mr. and Mrs E. M. Jones. !' and Gary SubL
The guest flowers
;' leaves, banana leaves, -I i_
Speaking of..Tax Reform addition- to Miss Grissom and- I candles and fruit on tablecloths : : .and :Mrs.James G. GouldTupperware
her mother, Mrs. Edward c.| made from newspapers. All
Grissom, Jr. Mrs. Edward I Ir I
ate with their fingers and drank
What's the difference between a luxury and a necessity 1 Scene
Sessions ,!Ii
I Murphy, M s. R. R. from frozen fruit cans and baby,
? i i Mrs. William Prather, ,Mrs.1 bottles. I J 0I

The simplest and most obvious answer is that a I William Sippel Mrs Edward'I The welcoming speech was I
!, Partin,. Mrs. Rowena Jewell, in rhythm by Capt. Roxie
luxury is something you don't need-something youwouldn't II' given Of Lovely WeddingTupperware
I: Mrs. Walter Murphy, Mrs. Caldwell. Many were dressed in i:
miss very much if you didn't have it. Mrs. Arthur Logsdon, muumus or ones worn by those

So a woman's handbag is a luxury. I' Mrs. Lawrence Rogers, Mrs. aboard a ship. The highlight of auditorium
I was blue shoes and carried a hand
R. Elmo Griffin Mrs. Buster
And so is her lipstick. dress was made when Islander of the Thurs-
the scene wedding I'bouquet of white carnations i
Makinson of Orlando Mrs. Nelda Tarcai entered with
That's what the law says-that wartime "luxury"tax I i Cobb Whidden, Mrs. A. R.Ii 'key Sarah Jane Schmidt at mon-her. day night which united in mar- ;spangled with gypsophilla and REFRIGERATIONhrr

j law that today, sixteen years after it should have i Hooten, ,Mrs. Malcolm Eld- side on a string. About 50 guests I riage Vida Gould, adughter of [clustered with white cymbidium I I GA5
Mrs. Alice Beavers of Kissim- orchids.
ridge Charles Bronson
expired, requires woman to pay ten percent more were present.
Mrs. Jerry Locke. mee and Pittsburgh Pa. to -Mrs. Mary McDevitt, aunt of
I Betty Jean Yates Evelyn Lawson I : Modern, silent refrigeration
than the normal price when she buys a.handbag or James G Gould of Mrs.
son .
Misses Stephanie Jewell, Jean Story and Julia Miles the bride, served as her matronof tops . Servel Gas refrigeration
toiletries. Nancy Whaley, Nancy Speirs, were in charge of the party. I Elizabeth Gould and the late : honor. She wore a street I is absolutely silent . lasts
'''The purpose of this tax was not to raise revenue, I Carol Sue Hutchinson, Ann I I Thomas Gould of Pittsburg: length gown of pale orchid chiffon longer automatic(no ice-maker moving parts with) no. .
Sessions, Lynn Prather LIn- I Dr. D. Coe Love officiated at which
but to reduce demand. It was more important to I Highlands Club over taffeta was mussy, fussy ice trays . con
I the double beforean
Grissom Patricia ring
I da Logsdon, ceremony sleeveless with a fitted bodice I stant supply of ice. Gas refrigeration *
make bullets than handbags, and. gunpowder was I Barbara Thacker, Jeanne''iTo Hold Sale 'altar flanked with floor and full skirt. Her shoes were provides service in any

t more essential than face powder at the time. And'f I Brandt Danya English. I'I'I baskets of calla lilies mums orchid and she carried a hand I weathT . 10-year warranty.GREEN'S ___
I 1 I The Highlands Woman's dub and pompoms and two nine-tier- bouquet of green fuji mums, I 'L-- ------J
ludicrously enough, this .tax still serves the same
and bake
Coffee Honors will hold a rummage ed candlelabra.A pink carnations and purple sta-
'f purpose in a day when unemployment is one of our sale Saturday at the old Tarcai program of prenuptial music

major worries and Congress is asked to cut billions Bride-H ect building at the corner of Main was" played by Robert Gehrett tice.Joseph McWilliams, brother-in-

, in income taxes to forestall a recession! Miss Peggy Grissom, whose and Vine Streets. organist. Turner Wallis and law of the bride, served as best i FUEL A9I

( Congressman Syd Herlong, Jr., of Florida, the marriage to Frank Jones, of Proceeds will in go the toward Kissimmee mos-I Scott Schumaker lit the candles. man for the groom. Ushers were
quito spraying The bride, in marriage
Belle Glade, will be an eventof given T. K Galloway, Dan Autrey j
of of these harmful and obnoxious .
original repeal
p sponsor Highlands. by Paul Campbell wore a
April 27, was honor gueston I Warren York and Steve Johnson. I
relics of wartime taxation, nqw has such a Wednesday evening, when I Those having rummage or street length gown of pale blue For her daughter's weddingMrs.

bill in the House Ways and Means Committee. Sen- Mrs. Lawrence Rogers and baked goods for sale may call I chiffon over taffeta featuring a Beavers c&ose a black I

ator Gordon Allot, of Colorado, has a tax repealer on I Mrs. R. Elmo Griffin enter- 847-2626 or 8472904.Mr. I fitted bodice and full skirt with eyelet suit with white accessor- PARKS FURNITURE CO.
tained with a dessert coffee at a boat neckline and sleeves end ies and wore a corsage of white
luggage and handbags in the Senate Judiciary,Com the Griffin home on Neptune and Mrs. Lyle Clough : ing in points over the wrists. carnations. I "See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE

mittee. And it is generally conceded that if the com Road. Enfield New Hampshire visited I Her short veil was of pale blue Following the ceremony a ST. CLOUD

mittees would report these measures out, the Con- Arrangements of spring I visited Mr. and Mrs. Perce attached to a crown of sequins reception was held in the audi- I 847-4171 892-2011
would them. flowers were used in the living I Lovewell Sunday and Monday. [t and three drop pearls She wore torium. The bride's table was I!
gress pass
room while the dining i
Thus, the 91 million women (more or less) who table, covered with an imported I

have been fussing for 16 .years over the rank injus- I embroidered cloth, was

tice of taxing these strictly feminine necessities as i i centered of deep with gold a formal roses with bouquet This is one of a new series of informative reports on the unique advantages of print media presented by this newspaper and the Print Advertising Association

luxuries, now have their work cut out for them. It's yellow snapdragon and white

time to quit fuming and start writing-to their Congressman I larkspur. I II .

and their Senators. They might even writea Mrs. A. W. Bailey presided
at the coffee service and
thank-you note to Mr. Herlong for the battling he I sherry was served by Mrs. t

has done in their behalf over the years.' And they 'Pat Dollar. Miss Grissom was'

should, by all means, write, to Chairman Wilbur D. given a square silver dish by
her hostesses. About thirty
I Mills of the ;House Ways and Means'Committee and guests called during the even- .b.5Y..a.y., ...N?.

to Chairman James O. Eastland of the Senate.Judiciary ing. I II

Committee, who are not only chivalrous gen- I t ''sr '.
Grace Lutherans To
tlemen, but, ,.. advancement of the na- ". : : ?'..:J ; ",'" i .'.
'eebilbiriyc9t11 t .;. \\-T'I"ofa CommunionHoly ?
tiori' : ttLji; 'i:
And, as all politicians know, the powder-puff is Communion will"be celebrated = : ) tIt PL'kY. + ..
mightier than the sandbag. I at the Sunday worship I

.1 I service of Grace Lutheran t :. ,' I ..'
Smith Named To I Church, St. Cloud. | Rbry yl "' ; v .:. J ,

i The Adult Bible Class, suspended -I
i \dvisoiy CommitteeMaj. I I during' Lent resumes!I t ?* ', .

this Wednesday evening at 7:30
Edward Smith Osceola p.mThe "Faith Forward" program I, 6z'

'ounty civil defense director is the subject for disCUS- Y Y :. ,<
IS been named to the presi- '
Mr. and Mrs Frank Gaines I sion. S
nt's special advisory commite 501 Alma, announce the birth ofa The Evangelism callers will U

it was learned here. son, Norman Randall, April 8 meet at the chapel at 1 p.m., tk
Smith will represent region at the Orange Memorial HospitaL Friday, April 20, the Sunday St
'iree of the -U. S. Civil Defense School teachers will meet in the i! a

>uncil according to informa- His paternal grandmother is evening at 7:30 p.m. Y' tt

an: here received. I Mrs. Julia Gaines and his maternal On Saturday several ladies i3>
W M n. MHHM M | I : r yn
10 JOB TOO BIG or too small!: grandmother and great will go to Lakeland to attend
when it comes to commercialprinting. grandmother are Mrs. Rachel i jthe Lutheran Women's Missionary > ;

Call 847-2881 today and Lilly Dickinson of St. Cloud. : League- zone rally, to be h.

and ask for Mr. Mears for free I Action Committee held at St. Paul's Lutheran .

estimates on your job work.I Church. \ j i < ::7, -
You'll be glad you did. I Nominates OfficersThe Future planning includes a r .
I Action Committee has nominated bake sale, to be held at the ro
candidates for its board Winn-Dixie, store, St. Cloud Saturday /

;of directors, and a mail election May 4, sponsored by the
I 'I.
\\\"W'-'j' will be conducted: soon. Women's Guild. Mrs. Martin

Seven directors will be named. Cox and Mrs. Ray Cotter are xi w } r
Y f ,
\Four of the eterms will end October in charge of the event. W w4.4o"r

\ TERMITES I 1966; three will be for I I i

; terms ending in October, 1965. Sorority Held : A -
SWARMING? I! The four receiving the highest 1I 1 r a t
I Dinner t tII
J number of votes will get the 1 Meeting I Ii

call longer term. I i The Beta Epsilon chapter of)
Those nominated were Ray 3 F -I Ia Ii
Oriel II
Beta Sigma Phi met Wednesday'
: mond Yates Horace Phipps,
evening at Mrs. Ed Phay's on)
I Charles Parson. Pat Allen Gene i Canterbury Lane for a covered
'Canale, Russell Thacker J. D.i i
fr tha Mk of your horn I dish dinner and program. <
: xR
i Benton Dick Luzadder, Bob Mrs. Julia Miles showed slides ,,,
'Bobroff, Allen Caroll, Wells Gardens taken 20\
CALL I jof Cypress !I
'Moon Sam Lupfer 3rd Jim ,
1!years ago and those of today
847-3489 Campbell. Lou Tarcai. and Bob|and many scenes of California',

,'Evans.l land Niagara Falls that. they. had s
apY bn
taken. 1
I Mrs. Art Scalli had charge of;

I three one act plays. Those par-

ticipating were Jackie Mikell, ,
:Sue Luzadder. Jerry Fhay., Daisie'
Ann dark Norma Gail Vfl b t t't
Spencer, Betty Jean Yates, Vivian' __
ZONING COMMISSION Brinson.and Esther PoUom. _
Others present were JoAnn
Bass, Eunice Beriinsky Roxie r a y -ii
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Caldwell Pat Guynn. Dot Hile-

man, Jane Moon Jean Story Pati

MAY 13 196 NaUey Marjorie Bass and Olive ,
1 Lohman. I II 1:

Notice is hereby given that the Zoning Commission will I City Asks CountyFor !

hold a public hearing at 7:30 P. M. Monday, May 13th, Road Help I .
1963, Commission Room, City Hall, Stewart Avenue, Kis- A $25,000 street program here

simmee, Florida to hear those persons interested in the could be turned into a' $65,000program

application: of Osceola Oil' Company, Inc. for the following I cooperate if and the a county special were assess-to DON'T YOU READ BEFORE YOU BUY ?

ment plan were used
Change the zoning from B-3 (Commercial Business) to City Mgr. Charles Jackson

I (Industrial) for the following described property: I told county commissioners that Most people do. friends for informationand kind read in the of
West the city hopes to get a street ; they clip coupons the you pages this news
100 feet of North 175 feet, business block
program underway in about 60 samples they tear out ads to take paper-makes sense. And because it
2, Delfwood Park Subdivision. (Commonly described days. They count on advertising in print to give ; measures -
as area at the rear of Dell 00d,66 Service Station). along when they shopping. to the buying habits of
He said the city has about them the information they want on products go up consumers,
$25.000 in the budget for the makes sales.
: ,Charles Jackson 4;. work. He asked the county for' that interest tfrp-m-information on fea- People read an ad because they want to

City Managers help However but got response.L. J. Harvey ture...designs...and prices,for example. (ifs never forced on them).They can even Most people read and then buy.Don Yorg

.. r< said he was not adverse to' People not only read about products and check back later; the message is stOl there.
levying a part of a mill for The Kissimmee
s roads. He said the amount lev services, they show ads to their family and : When you add. it all up, print advertising- Gazette
fed would probably be saved by '" .
vehicle owners in maintenance.

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Eddie aemons to Billy K. Evans I the Judge of the abovs Court on The Klmimmf Gazette, Kladmrnre, Fl*,, Tlura, April 26, 1M 7
Proclamation APO. New York. $800. ; Afn. Hv 1963' I will offer and
Mop-up Vernon Scott to Eldon P. Fuller.) to the highest and best bidder
and wife. Quo Mich.. $500. for cash between the legal IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE |I I IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THZ
WHEREAS the President of R. B. Howell on 13.
HafDQHelddt 1961 before the East door the ', AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.STATE :,
the United States has proclaimed I I
Wayne C. to R. B. Howell Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida. LAW i FLORIDA.
Underway In AreaMore May 18, 1963 ARMED and wife. Haines City $500. the above described motor vehicle. NO. 2658. FLORID: !
FORCES DAY urging increased Rodney M. Pence. executor to pay for Sheriff Bill
of Sale.
Leo F. Nolllnger. St. aoud.
.. public understanding of the Nelson L. Hare Jr. and wife to Dated at Kissimmee. Florida this 1955 FORD TRUCK. FORD SEDAN.
of April 1963. ID No. F10D5A2U03. MOTOR No. B-3-SP1Q8U7.
than 100 Boys Scouts cooperating said that fogging only kills the Gutters Sagging gutters role of our Armed Forces as a Ernest simmee.J.$9,000.Bronsons Ellingsen and wife. Kis day ROBERT M. BUCKELS IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE

with the Osceola County adult mosquitos and gives tem should be repaired and aH leaves defensive shield serving in partnership Inc. to Grady Cromartle Sheriff of Osceola County FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY FOLLOWING DESCRIBCD PROP.
Health Dept, Monday begana porary relict cleaned outShrubbery with friends around theworld and wife. Kissimmee. $3.000.LEGAL Florida.April 25, May 2, 1963 'ID No. F10DSA21403. No. B-2-SP102157:

-"mosquito Here is his advice and andWHEREAS - NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE OF SALE
mop-up. a to home shrubs ,
program Spray
designed to decrease the owners on cooperating with the hedges each week with 2% pet the Governor d NOTICESNOTICE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola

number of breeding places for mosquito mop-up: malathion emulsion in water or the State of Florida has declared OF LEGISLATIONTO AND FOR FLORIDA.OSCEOLA COUNTY. County Judgment Florida of Forfeiture, that pursuant entered by to County Judgment Florida of Forfeiture that pursuant entered by to

the insect. Bottles and cans place in dust with 5 pt t. malathion) dust. it' particularly appropriatethat WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: LAW NO. 2667. the Judge of the above Court on the Judge of the above Court on
Notice Is hereby given of intention STATE OF April 17. 1963. I will offer and April 17. 1963. I will offer, and
The program is under the dI- garbage cans or boxes to be I Service stations tires and our citizens should devote to apply to the 1963 Sessionof n. FLORIDA. sell to the highest and best bid sell to the highest and best bidder .

rection of Fleming Dame, coun- picked up by garbage collector. junk yards empty water from this day to paying tribute to the Florida Legislature for passage 1S53 CHRYSLER SEDAN der for cash, between the legal for cash, between the legal
ty sanitarian, and the Scout- Buckets tubs and barrels tires and junk. Pour in a tablespoou those of our Armed Force, both the salary an of Act the to Superintendent Increase and set of. ID IN No.RE 7767312.: FORFEITURE OF THE 1963.hours of oiethO: East Monday door, May of the 13, 1963.hours before of sate the on East Monday door May of the 13.

masters of troops and posts In turn them over so they win not of kerosene and store active and reserve ,who stand I \Public Florida.Instruction of Osceola County FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida,
ERTY: 1953 CHRYSLER the above described motor vehicle. the above described motor vehicle
St. Cloud and Kissimmee. hold water. constant guard against aggression SEDAN.
i these items under shelter so BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCI'ION ID No. T1m12. Purchaser to pay for Sheriff i Bill I Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs Bill
Each boy was given a card Flower cuttings change :that rains cannot refill them. andWHEREAS OF NOTICE OF SALE of Sale. of Sale.
OSCEOLA COUNTY. NOTICE IS Dated at Kissimmee. Florida this Dated at Kissinuaee. Florida, this
shouldbe by
all citizens
stating he is a member of the water in vases week. FLORIDABy I
once a Garages and outbuildings the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola 22nd day of April. 1963. :2nd day of April 1963.s .
I Boy Scouts and that he is call Bird baths empty and scrub or apply a residual aware of the roles and mis- : Miles Sharp. Chairman County Florida, that pursuant to a, ROBERT M. BUCKELS / ROBERT M. BUCKELSSheriff
spray sprayof sions of defensive forces April 25.: May 2. 9, 16, 1963 Judgment of Forfeiture entered by Sheriff of Osceola County.' of Osceola County.
ing on the home or business once a week. 5 malation our
pet to all walls the Judge of the above Court on
place "to look for mosquito Boats spray water in boats and ceillings in garages and out- who protect our homes and our NINTH IN CIRCUIT JJUDIQALIN COURT FOR THE April 17. 1963. I will offer, and Florida.April 25. May 2. 1963 Florida.April 25. May 2. 1963
sell to the
breeding places that might be with good household insecticide buildings. If you do not have way life from ambitious and un- AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. der for cash highest between and the best legal bid

found in If week. scrupulous rulers; FLORIDA. hours of sale on Monday NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ADOPT BUDGET
your yard. are once a call
any equiment a pest control LAW NO. 2659. May
1963. before the East door
found I offer my assistance in Old tires put out for trash operator.He NOW, THEREFORE J. J. STATE OF FLORIDA.. Courthouse Kissimmee. 13.1 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND TO ALL OWNERS PERSONS

removal of any cause of mos- pickup. said the home should be Adrian Bovis by virtue of the I 1948 FORD TRUCK. .uu the Purchaser above to described pay for motor Sheriffs OR FLOOD ENTITIES SUBJECT DISTRICT TO CENTRAL TAXES. AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA
authority vested in me as Mayorof .
quito breeding. Rock gardens or fish pools- sprayed with an aerosol bomb ENGINE No. 87HC142369.IN of Sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. In compliance with and by authority
Dame .said the way to fight stock with minnows or spray each night to protect individuals the City of Kissimmee, do FOLLOWING RE: FORFEITURE DESCRIBED OF PROPERTY THE Dated at Kissimmee. Florida, this of of Chapter 378. Florida Statutes as amended and Chapter 28870.. Laws
18 1963 22nd day of April. 1963. Florida. 1949 that the Governing Board of Central and Southern
mosquitos effectively is to stop completely with a good house against bites. He suggested the hereby proclaim May : 1948 FORD TRUCK ENGINE ROBERT M. BUCKELS Florida Flood Control District a public corporation existing and oper
No. 87HC-142369
as Sheriff of Osceola County ating under and by virtue of the laws of the State of
them from breeding. He ,has hold insecticide week. intends
once a use of an insect repellant NOTICE OF SALE Florida. to adopt the following tentative budget the
ARMED FORCES DAYin as same may be amended
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by April 25. May 2, 1963 for said District for the fiscal
Mosquitos have four stages the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola year beginning July 1, 1963 and endingEstimated
the City of Kissimmee, and 'I June 30. 1964.
within their life cycle. Threeof fan to join in County. Florida that pursuant to IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR JfHE amount to be raised by District taxes __ $ 5.7'86.000.00'
these stages live only in upon our people Judgment of Forfeiture entered by NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN General Revenue Fund-State of Florida ._...._._-_-.._-.-.. 8,1"000.00
BROS. a great demonstration of national the Judge of the above Court on AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Spoil Escrow Account -.--___.__.____ S'7.SOO.00
HUNT will offer, and
standing water. You can destroy I strength by active participation rUtoI7 the 1963.highest I and best bidder FLORIDA. Estimated amount to te received from other sources 100000.00
I a home for mosquito eggs, larvae between the legal LAW NO. 2661. Estimated unobligated or net balance which will be on
inour for cash.
in patriotic STATE OF hand
I programs FLORIDA at the beginning of the above referred to
hours of sale Monday 13.
and on
pupae by getting rid May va. fiscal year .
community and by visiting -- 175,00000
1963. before the East door the -
of standing water he said. 1950 STUDEBAKER ONE TON Estimated total funds available 1U4S.500.00:
such military installations as Courthouse, Kissimmee, Florida VAN TRUCK. For ConstructionPersonal
LEATHER SALE the above described motor vehicle. SERIAL No. R15-11291. Services _._
may be open on this occasion,. Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs Bill THE "--- as,000.00
Floridians IN RE: FORFEITURE OF Contractual Service .
Pay and I call upon the citizens of of Sale. FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- Commodities 127500
I L 50% DISCOUNT Increased Taxes the City of Kissimmee to further 22nd Dated day at of Kissimmee April 1963.Florida, this TON ERTY VAN: 1950 TRUCK.STUDEBAKER SERIAL ONE No. Capital TOtal Outlay -- --_. --? 4. 59,335.00,UOO.00

national ROBERT M. BUCKETS i 4,3151,100.00
demonstrate our For
Acquisition of Lands and Other Purposes
Floridians palu a total tax bill Sheriff of Osceola County OF SALE
. unity by displaying the Flag of Florida. Personal Services ... --- | 118,00000
HEREBY GIVEN by '' '"''
BILLFOLDS TRAVEL: KITS PURSES of 53,060,576,000 to federal State the United States in front of April 25. May 2, 1963 the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola Contractual Commodities Services _3ZZZZZZZZZZZZIIIZ 10.050.00

and local governments duringthe County. Florida that pursuant to Current Charges __ 187000
their homes and places of busi-
CAMERA CASES GUN HOLSTER SETS- fiscal year ending mid-1962, NINTH JUDICIAL OftCUITm Judgment of Forfeiture entered by Capital Outlay-Water Storage Areas 3,000ooo'oo;
ness. the Judge of the above Court on
WATCHBANDS the Florida State Chamber of IN WITNESS WHEREOF AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.: April 17, 1963. I will offer, and Capital Capital Outlay-Rights Outla-EquJpment of Way ___JIZIIIIZIII 4017925.00
sell to the highest and best bid-
Commerce said Contingencies ___
yesterday in its LAW NO. 2666. :iIOOOO.OO
I have hereunto set my der for cash between the legal Total
TOBACCO POUCHES BASE- Weekly Business Review. hand and caused the Seal STATE OF FLORIDA. hours of sale on Monday May 13. For Reserve S 7,110.945.00
VB. 1963. before the East door of the I
"This tax bite For Tax Assessors'
BALL GLOVES. showed a 38 per of be affixed, this 16th day 1956 CHEVROLET SEDAN. Courthouse, Kissimmee. Florida For Operation and Fees Maintenance 136000.00
of the
cent in MOTOR NO. VB56B155423.IN .
: gain five years and was of A.D. 1963.J. the above described motor vehicle. District's Works
for Sheriffs Bill
Purchaser to
7 per cent more than in 1961. Personal Services
Adrian Bovis FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- of Sale. --S 1117000.00

"Making up last year's total (Mayor) ERTY MOTOR: 1956 No. CHEVROLET VB56B155423. SEDAN. 22nd Dated at Kissimmee 1963.Florida, this Contractual Commodities Services- .- -_ ____ ______ ____________ 323.235 440.360.00
were $1,782,073,000 in federal NOTICE OF SALE dar ROBERT Current Charges 26.600.00
taxes collected and 'hidden' federal NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by Sheriff of Osceola County. Outlay 170,985.00
Charles Jackson _._..
the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola Florida. Contingencies 35.000.00
taxes, up 32 per cent in (City Clerk) County Florida that pursuant to April 25:. May 2, 1963 Total $
five years; state taxes of 5636 Judgment of Forfeiture entered by Fcr Conduct of the Affairs of the District Generally
the Judge of the above Court on Personal Services | 31550000:
HUNT BROS.TUSSY 828,000, up 34 per cent; county April 17, 1963 I will offer, and IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE Contractual Services 63125.00
taxes amounting to $356,475,000, Real EstateTransactions sell to the highest and best bid- NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Commodities .. ._... ._,... 9190.00
der for cash between the legal AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Current Charges ..._-_..._ 8170.00
up 59 cent; and municipal taxes hours of sale on Monday May 13. FLORIDA. Capital Outlay _..._.._._.__ ,.-, 16 200 00
totaling $285,200,000, a gain of 1963 before the East door of the LAW NO. 2662 Contingencies __. ..-... ._..... 750ooO| !
Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida. STATE OF FLORIDA Estimated $ 319,689,00
69 per cent in the five years. the above described motor vehicle. total expenditures $ 14.243.500.00.
"The total personal income re- Purchaser to pay for Sheriffs Bill ONE 1945 WILLYS JEEP, Estimated amount which will appear at the beginning
of Sale. MOTOR NO. CJ 2A 11266. o* the above referred to fiscal year as obligated upon
ceived by Floridians last year John E. Dickey and wife to Dated at Kissimmee, Florida, this IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE commitments made but Incomplete $ 1400000.00
DEODORANTHALFPRICE came to an estimated $10,957- Ralph L. Cooper and wife St. 22nd day of April. 1963. FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- That on the 10th day of May A.D., 1963. at nine o'clock a.m. In
Cloud $2.200. ROBERT M. BUCKELS ERTY: ONE 1945 WILLYS JEEP the principal office of said Central and Southern Florida Flood Control
SALE 50c LIMITED TIME. 000,000, up 29 per cent from five Baenltz C. A. Blair. & Co. to Alice Sheriff of Osceola County MOTOR NO. CJ 2A 11266. District. 901 Evcrnla Street. West Palm Beach, Florida hearing will be
years ago while taxes gained 38: Glenn$600.H. Wagner and wife to Florida.April NOTICE OF SALE afforded to all owners persons, or entitles who are or may be subjectto
25.: May 2, 1963 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by said District taxes, their attorneys or agents to appear before said
1 Robert
per cent. However, both taxes S. Hensel and wife SLCloud. the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola Board and show. their objections to said Buriret
I 1800. IN CIRCUIT COURT This Notice shall be published in the eighteen counties of the District
and income gained at the same Jane Miles to Alex MacDlannld FOR THE County, Florida that pursuant to
HUNT BROS. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN Judgment of Forfeiture entered by In accordance with existing laws.
rate, 7 per cent. 1961 to 1962. and wife St. Cloud. $1.800. AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. the .Judge of the above Court on This the 5th day of April 1963.
L. Carlton McMullen. executor of
'H "A third force populationgain FLORIDA.LAW I will offer, and CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN FLORIDA
estate of Martha Adah McMullen. \TUtohel
NO. 2660 highest and best bidder FLOOD CONTROL DISTRICT BY ITS
must be considered in to Frank Udlk and wife KIssim-
any STATE OF FLORIDA for cash, between the legal GOVERNING BOARDBy
examination of taxes and income" mee 59.600.William N. Rea to Frank Udlk va. hours of sale on Monday. May 13. > /s/ Rlley S. Miles
1947 CHEVROLET 1963. before the East of Chairman
and SEDAN door the
the trade body emphasized. wife $300. ENGINE No.
Guy L. Congden to Edward T. Eaa106983. Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida (Seal)
"In 1962, Florida's popula- Credle and wife Remsln N. Y.. IN FORFEITURE OF THE the above described motor vehicle. ATTESTs :
$3.505. PROP- pay Sheriffs Bill / / G. Dall.
tion stood at 5,459,000, midyear.This ERTY: 1947 CHEVROLET SEDAN of Sale. Secretary .
"LIVING CURL" 1.75 represented a five-year in- L. Carl Tyson and wife to Moses ENGINE-. Eaa 106983 Dated at Kissimmee. Florida, this Member of Board: "
j Williams. St. Cloud. $1.800. Robert R. Horner. feaixi&SJi
NOTICE OF SALE 22nd -day of. April. O.963.* < > .
crease of 19 per cent. D. G. HoMen to Thelma Stark.. NOTICE IS, HEREBY GIVEN,by ROBERT M. BUCKELS J. Bruce Vlntog .Tarorn
"Because total income grew at St. Cloud, $300. < the undersigned. Sheriff of Osceola Sheriff of Osceola County ,S. W. KoUer 'u, ,( li* *L .',
Ruth Whitmore Hummel, admin- County Florida that pursuant!' to Florida., w. R. satt
a faster rate (29 per cent) than istratrix to Percy L. Beatty. Newport Judgment of Forfeiture entered by April 25. May 2. 1963 All U. a. as. MBS
BROS. poulation. the capita incomewas Borough Pa.. $200.
i HUNT per Donald D. Warner and wife to -.----
also pushed upward, but at William R. Brown and wife. Hunt-
a lower rate: 8 per cent to reach ingdon Valley. Pa.. $2,800.
First Federal Savings and Loan
$2,007 last year. Assn. of St. Petersburg to Philip

r -. commissioner N. Brownsteln, no stamps.federal housing

Orange Gardens Inc. to William Thank issimmee for
A. Laverty and wife Middle Village. -
N. Y.. 2900. you

Alma K. Antrim to Ethel Bark-
doll. $600.R. .
SAVINGS BONDS B. Bender and wife to Deward
Clifton and wife: Kissimmee.

51Lillian and wife Reed Anaheim to;

Ralph L. Cooper and wife to Ellis
Ford and wife Savannah N. Y.. making 2nd annual

BOUGHT IN 1943 2000.Butts Esther and A.wife.Shoemaker St. Andrew 3500.: ourSellAThon

H. P. Suhl to O. R. Suhl and
wife love and affection.

C. H. Lucas and wife to W. O.
AND i Boyd and wife to Earl M. Danfordand
wife, KIssimmee $1,500.
I Bryan B. Boyerd and wife to
James L. Roberts and. wife. Hialeah -
$1,500.Fred a. success.
1 Z. White and wife to Florida -

HOW THEY GREW minimum State stamps.Turnpike Authority

Irlo Bronson and wife to R. Odell
Bronson, Kissimmee, $750.
Richard Odell Bronson and wifeto
John D. Padgett and wife. Kis-

simmee John B.24000.Parrish and wife Nllene Due to the tremendous
D. Parrish and others to Guy D. response we
$25 $50 $10O $900.Dennis and wife Intercession City

S S Orange Gardens Inc. to ElmerM.
Hertzler and wife. Kissimmee.

I 4 tl I 18.800..R&I Philip and Brownstein Glenn wife.D. Matson Kissimmee to HubertG. and, are now in need 01 used cars to restockMosquito

Cost 'in. May 1943 18.75 37.50 75.00 wife.Douglas Kissimmee.B. Stewart$1.600., as trustee, to

____ __ Ralph F. Miles and John Tobias,
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trustees.Christens Miami.Uffen 24000.and husband to lot .. ..
Scour's Fish Camp Inc.. minimum our so. L

Value in May 1953 25.00 50.00 100.00 stamps.LUlUm B. Jagger to Wilma Walter .. .

St. Qoud 1500. H t '!;'i;;
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---- ---- ------------ --------------- --------------- --------------- Annie Lee Ryals to Earl or Jean- ' -' '.
nette Lamb. Kissimmee. $1,800. '

Value in May 1963 34.26 61.52 137.04 Earl John M. J.Lamb Robertson and wife and 1100.wife to

William Harry Tzeses Johnson and and wife Harry Dayton Right get heifer grades
------------------------- ------------- -------------- --------------- Ohio. 14500. now you can

G June Evans and husband to Virginia -

Value in May 1973 49.68 99.36 198.72 Cloud. Ventley 1400. and husband. St.

Arlo L. Lawrence and wife to
Stuart Pratt and wife. Lowell. Ind..
$1.200. and bigger discounts than ever before

i ,.. As you can see by these three examples, Savings Bonds don't necessarily Sunshine Co. State Inc. to Land Robert and McCon-Development -

\ stop growing when they mature. They go right on building nell. Mlddletown. Conn., $500.
William G. WhItehead and wifeto
in value hold them.
as you Earl C. Plerpont and wife. Klsslmroee. -

This means that those Bonds you tucked away and forgot about $2500.Newton A. .
Lewis Jr. to Edward the all 1963 Pontiac.
are still earning for you at a good clip. (Every E Bond ever J. Jeffs and wife to Clifford R. on new
Donaldson and .
wife. $4.500.
purchased-and not cashed is still earning for its owner.) Albert H. Blood and wife to William

Of course your Savings Bonds work hard in another importantway. C:>ud.G.$9.500.Whitehead and wife. St. ,' .

As you build your own financial strength-you build the J.G Treadwell and wife to Harry .. .!o'::" ".
McConunon and wile Or- ,'
strength of our nation. lando. $700.Herbert "?

Millions of American families think this is a.pretty good assignment x Dave Burchfteld S. Cowley Chevrolet-Olds and wife

for their money . so much so that they've made TLS. St. Ooud. 21500. :
Walter C. Alderman and wife to
Savings Bonds the most widely held security in the world. $4 Jerome 800. M. Hull and wife Detroit Jim Rooney PontiacTOMO

Start buying U.s. Savings Bonds now where you bank or work 'Mable L. Miller to Ralph WHllam .

and see if you don't feel pretty good about it too. $16.000.Knot and wife Kissimmee.

Edward V. Morris and wife to
Quick facts about U.S. Savings Bonds Cora AneeU. St. Cloud. $7.030.
R I Co. to Le Alden Townsend
You for at maturity You and wife. Kiss trainee. i I
get $4 every $3 can get your money anytime $300.

". Your Bonds.are replaced free if lost, destroyed-or stolen. You can gar Blue D. Steel Barlow Tool, Sanborn.Co. Inc. Ed-I Inc.

save automatically on Payroll Savings 2.850.:
Buster Yates and wife to H. Stanley -
Overstreet. Kissimmee. MOO.
Lori M. Sanders and wife to Gar-
vice Woods and wife, St. Cloud
.t Hasp freedom In your future with Williams S. Reveilles and wife to

: timore.Paul Herbert Md.. love Black and and affection.W. wife. .Bal

:i U.S.SAVINGS BONDS H. Incram Jr. and wife to 10 Emmett St. Kissimmee

S mee.Dale E.$21.000.Spencer and wife, Kissim J :

G. Eshleman and wife and
e8. tss nwa.a! Lou_ ..te f., O4s aiwtisiq. !'1. fraury to OliverG.
41S "' Li.asiis4ag Q. usee sad Ws +w.pya tw Mir. ...,.,."... Donald. Eshleman Wehrley and and wife.wife Kixslmmee. I

love and affection.


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Charge Up To 15 Words, 75c Additional Words 5c Each Classified Display (Boxed) Per Inch $1.10



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


room furnished apartments.Air WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES Call. ,
REALTORAMA Notice Is hereby given that the DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- I USED Co.
conditioned. Moorefield undersigned. pursuant to the "Fic SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- Parks Furniture
Building opposite Post Office.' l titious Statute" Chapter MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE FURNITURE .
LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- 6509.. Florida Statute, will regis You and each of you are hereby For Prompt topcrfr.*T....
with the Clerk of the Circuit notified Sewell-Thurmond
ter and required to present
A-Diet Tablets. Full week's FOR RENT: Apartments and THE MONTH'S BEST Court in and for Osceola County. any claims which you. or either of ROTUOttATO
supply only 98c. Broadway houses by week or month. Qt.ton' Florida upon receipt of proof of you. may have against the estateof 1015 WMtChvrth ORLANDO Phone M74171Christian
BUY. the publication of this notice the Cora M. Gayfcrd. deceased. late .
Pharmacy. Apartments, North Orange . fictitious name to-wit: of Osceola County. Florida to the* -
Blossom Train. I QUALITY CABINETS under whichwe County Judge of said County at his
In business at 666 Flows For All Occasions
are office In the Courthouse at KIssim-
Nleolet Avenue in the City of Winter Science
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailerapartments mee. Florida. within six calendar
ARTICLES ..1ant Park. Florida. months from the date of the first ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
I -with lake and shuffleboard. -. That the parties Interested In publication of this Notice. Each Society
FOR SALE '''By week, month or Enjoy waterfront luxury in this topflight said business enterprise are as follows claim or demand must be In writIng Each W.dn.sday S ".

I year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud home of distinction. 1 STA : Estate of Elzle P. Lewis and of must the state claimant the place and of must residence 309 N.Randolph

Hwy. 44L FERNANDEZ Flora B.& Lewis SCARITO be sworn to by the claimant his 1 JS ItOAOWAT 147-4591 seeder Senket. . . . 11 as
Bask Attorneys at Law agent or attorney or the same will j S...., SdM.l . . . 11M LRGREEN'S
BABOADt become void to law.
109' on East Lake Tohopekaliga and 340'of detailed according
c..." It i Zlppm.te; Teeth Business 49 North Orange Avenue This the 4th day of AprIl.1963. '
Bneh.s 7e: Ear Bebe-le: 8.... landscaping that enhances the structure and site. Orlando, Florida C/ MARY GARDNER I LEAKY BARBERING t I
It'iL; 84St?* 1e ltaw. 'lie t O ] Dated at Kissimmee. Osceola Executrix of the Estate of 1
11, Paula $1: Dmsec portunitiesNEW A central furnace keeps the whole house comfortable in County. Florida April 12. 1963. Cora M. Gaylord. deceased I, Ia..r Tar tatar IB a FUEL
April 11 18. 25. May2. 1963
.. weU-payiag
'IMa .II'S( lie J Nyl Sic; Murray W. Overstreet Jr.
Hadlet! (c: ra" tie. lie; B lta winter while central air-conditioning cools it in summer. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Attorney for ExecutrixP. A; Nl(ht Cl*..erVA.
lie: Cap lie: Spread. S2.M; CITIES SERVICE STATION COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. O. Box 492 Approved Safes and Service
Hair Ne'tel T-8hlrt Sic; being built in downtown Two bedrooms both cross-rentilated offer max FLORIDA. Kissimmee. Florida Orlando Barber (>>Uep
Nearly KvcryMr Trade at Tae large IN RE ESTATE OF April 11. 18 25. May 2. 1963. 1S9t S. Orange Bl.M.m Tr.
Barrala Banu C.n. t* SIb.rt location. Excellent opportunity imum comfort. OASAND 3478
Mill Warck..*e IB D Teap.rt. i for qualified service station j PHONE 147-4171 147-4171

laiHedlatclir.BARGAIN BARM.OPMI FUw. the "PI dealer. Financing and paid The large screened porch overlooking the lake makes LOT CLEARING' me- KIS11MMB

Week Days Aid, 8..4a7* dealer training available. For the perfect spot for relaxation, rain! or shine. ROCK For Go Delivery: Phone
I information call collect Bob MORTAR MIX Harold W 847.1038

KEROSENE FUEL OIL-.PHIL Larson GA-2-5178, Orlando. Rich mahogany cabinets complement formica top VALUESX95 STEEL & WIRE MESH R.A. Fletcher 847-4539

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. making the kitchen a pleasure to see as well as to work Kenneth Bledtee
892-7695 [St. cloud)
REAL ESTATE 1 For Gas Service: Phone
1tIfLR.Mir J. 8. Rountree 847-4062
FOR SALE: Kohn Organ. Blonde DOWN r
a Emory Bremen
finish. Call 847-4583 after 5:30, FOR RENT OR SALE three la Girourd ....7.2061R.

p.m. bedroom house. Central heat INC. H. Hall 892-1212 St.Cloud

built-in] range and oven. Big or call H.T. Simmons,Mgr.
SPINET PIANOS-We have ]in '2 Broadway Kissimmee $750 WEEK 147.4119I
comer lot. $12,500.1221 Lehigh. KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
this vicinity two spinet pianos
Owner. 847-2826. 847-3156 847-3157 Robert O'Urry M7-3219
which must be picked up. They, I R. W. louifer 8 7-3<<2

can be purchased by making EXTRA LARGE CHOICE Home John Evans,$to cloud 892-3482
Phone 847-3524
small deposit and taking over sites, trailers or business. Lots proof of publication of th Notice become void according to law. I -
small monthly payments. Inquire . $10 down, $8 month. Electric and register with the Clerk of the II This the 15th dayS of April. 1963. '56 MERCURY 4 DOOR i _
Circuit Court of Osceola County.,I PHILLIP R. KELLEY ,
Thompson Music Com end good water. Sold 12 lots Florida the fictitious name "Wes Executor of the Estate of SAW-IIItV1CI
pany 29 Colonial Plaza Mall, last week. Tropical Park on tern Auto Associate Store home Ethel Augusta Gleason. Radio ana
owned by ;J. A. "Jim" Campbell" a/k/a Ethel A. Gleason. 55 BUICK 4 DOOR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Orlando. Phone GA-S4577. Route 441 in North Kissimmee. under which they are engaged in deceased. ,
business at 123 Broadway. Kissimmee. April 18, 25. May 6. 13. 1963 COMPU1lHOMI WKNBHHttS
FOR SALE-Two BR concrete Osceola County Florida. this 53 DODGE 4 DOOR T V
29th day of March. A.. D. 1963. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ,
FOR'RENT block house large corner lot. Mr. James A. Campbell COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY. PARKS CO.
i! 94-foot frontage on Orange Gladys E. Campbell REt N April 4. 11. 18. 28. 1963 IN ESTATE OF ,
Blossom Trail. Good businesslocation
HENRY. C. GOULDIN. Deceased.

Close in. 118 S. Beaumont. 847. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN
FOR SALE-11 lots, two houses a/k/a Ethel A.. Gleason )) That Paul C. Gouldln has filed his Qioning h a Eretzt with our Sonttone Services
FOR RENT-Small furnished orange grove Idora Park. Deceased. ) Final Report as Executor of the 56 DESOTO 4 DOOR
cottage. Adults only, 408. South $?.sea down. 847-2380. Eddie To all Creditors.. Legatees. Dis' Estate of Henry C. Gouldln. de- for Drapes, Slip Covers, Blankets. leather Pillows.
tributees and all Persons having ceased; that he has filed petitionfor
Clyde Avenue. demons. Tropical Park. Claims or Demands against said final discharge and that he '
Estate will apply to the Honorable O. P.
FOR RENT-New 2 BR Home FOR SALE-City Block, highway You and each of you are hereby Johnson. County Judge of Osce I KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
notified and to
two miles Southwest of Kissim frontage on East 441 which any claims which required you. or either present of ola day County.of May. 1963.Florida.for on approval the 3rd of '58 RAMBLER STA. WAGON 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941

mee. Furnished. $75 month. soon will be 4-laned. Approx. you may have against the estateof same and for final discharge as
Ethel Augusta Gleason. a/k/a executor of the estate of Henry C.
Call 8474733. 246 ft on highway and approx. Ethel A. Gleason deceased late of Gouldln. deceased. 12 MONTH GUARANTEED
Osceola County, Florida tohe This 23rd day of March. 1963.
292 ft. deep. Ideal for Motel
FOR RENT-$60:.per month. JOT County Judge .of said County at ./ PAUL GOULDIN.. ,WARRANTY V '
for 'aale.' 'unNfniSiied-2 mite etc. $12,500 cash or terms. his office In the Court House at Paul C. Gouldin. Executorof
: BRconcrete Kissimmee Florida. within six the Estate of Henry C. I
block''h0usg: Gem and Bass Garden Supply-847-2023. calendar months from the date of Gouldin. deceased.
Trait'MT-2380rEddie 1 demons. the first publication of this Notice. Murray W. Overstreet Jr. RIEDEL MOTORS'I ROTH ROCKSEPTIC
NO JOB TOO BIG or too small Each claim or demand must be In Attorney for Executor
Tropical Park. when it comes to commercial writing and must state the place of Box 492Kissimmee
residence of the claimant and must Florida
FOR RENT-dean, heated fur- printing. Call 847-2881 today be sworn to by the claimant his April 4. 11. 18. 25. 196 21 EMMETT STREET 847-3661
nished apt. No stairs. Separatehot and ask for Mr. Mears for free agent or attorney or the same will TANK CO

estimates on your job work.You'll .
water, large shady yard.
Two minutes to stores laun be did.

dry. Adults only, 617% Patrick LEGAL NOTICESIN OUR THANKSTO Culvert Tile for Driveways

Street THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Septic Tanks-a size for every need.

FOR RENT-2 BR house, furn- COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY.. Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
ished. One BR trailer. Lots for FLORIDA.CASE NO. M91

Homes and Trailer Park Michigan A. DOWIAT. )
Deceased 15 Years

Street past Bowling Alley. To All, Creditors and All ,Persons Legatees.Having Distributors I C. ROTHROCK, owner and; operator

Claims or Demands Against Said I
air conditioned each of you are hereby
three rooms, notified and required to presentany .
full bath and kitchen garbage claims which you. or either of Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
disposal and carport. Win I you.Stanley may have A. against Dowlat. the deceased.estateof CODY PUBLICATIONS Continued expansion!
make good deal to winter guestor to late the of County Osceola Judge County.of Florida Osceola MR. AND MRS. STEVE PINKER Residence and Salon . '
permanent resident. Can
County. Florida at PHONE
: 847-3524
847-3866 after 5 p.m. weekdays Florida within six calendar months CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH Addition _
anytime weekends. from the date of the first publication .
of this notice. Each claim or MR. AND MRS. ELMORE LAKE Room, Carport, Swimming Pool
demand must be In writing and
FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished must state the place of residenceand HARLEY ENGRAVING COMPANY Dark Room
house. Inquire Bass Garden post-office address of the claim- j STEEL SALESANY
ant and be sworn to by claimant.
Supply, 710 East Vine I his agent or attorney or the same
will become void according to'law. I
Street City. This the 26th day of March. 1963. MR. AND MRS:ARTHUR HELD New Porch DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
FOR RENT Furnished duplex As of Administratrix. of Estate MR. AND MRS. W. J. MacKINNON Studio Addition -_ Competitively Priced
apartment. Inquire Bass Gar- Stanley A. Dowlat. De- :+

den Supply) 710 East Vine ELLIS ceased.F_ DAVIS MR. AND MRS. SAM LUPFER New Carport :, .
Street. Kissimmee. Florida TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
Attorney for Admx. MR. AND MRS. L W. CUMMINGS New Home ;. - *
FOR RENT-2 bedroom CB
house. New condition. $58.75, NAME LAW

m th1y. 421, Alabama St. MAY TO ALL CONCERN WHOM: IT MR. AND MRS. THOMAS DREDGE New Home . as.......... a.., -AI w HkOM '-. J.lL

Cloud. Phone 892-3765. that NOTICE pursuant IS to HEREBY the "Fictitious GIVEN MR. AND MRS. EDWARD L. KELTON New Home -

Name Statute." Section OHon4o Hwy.nw UvMtock Marfct.Rt. .
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-$9.) 865.09 of
$11 $12 per week. Mrs. Paul the 1941 .Florida who are Salutes the only the parties undf'rslgned. ORANGE GARDENS, INC. New Homes The Year Around 1, Box 25I-A lel..llu..

Davis. 114 Emmett Street. {interested In the hereinafter named
business enterprise will present


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