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

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I ,t 0k V 3BQfr -'-3; Entered as Second Cass Matter KISS" MEE. FLORIDA.. THURSDAY MAY 9 1963 Establlsh 1894
; ;:::;: ,! K1ss1mmee. Osceola County. Florida Pnnna 1U'7_ 1 PRICE TEN CENTS. ,

t '|tg PreSchoolRegistration Highlands Honor a, . .

:, :: Set 'f Roll Announced .:. }o-:;', a.
All children who will be six Verona Street 1200 through 1500 I' The. honor roll for the Kissim- Sines Patti Green. Bonnie Lantz.

years old before January 1, 1964 Brian Street 1100 through 1500, mee Highlands School was announced Debbie Guffie.
should register for the 1963-64 Patrick Street 1300 through 1500. this week by W. C. Fifth Grade dark; Joyce

school year on Monday and Hughey Street 1300 through 1500. Ketchersid, principal. Fullerton Tanya Perry Robert
ORANGE GARDENS OFFICERS-Officers for the Orange Tuesday, May 13 and 14. Hours Portage Street 1300 through 1500 j Fourth Grade B. Hansel; Pipkin Ricky Pie s s, Molly

Gardens Civic Association were installed at a meet- for registration will be from 8 Brown Street 1400 through 1500, Denise James Donna' Jordan Hale Larry O rrl. Donna Davis,

ing held last week. They are, left to right Frank Knapp toI each day. Pennifield Avenue 1400 through Terry Bethune Stephen Miller Patti Dunlap.

i director;Al Tihart president; E. E. Fisher and Lee Arthur All children living in the 101- 1500, Ernest Street 1100 through Roy Roberts Greg Stevens. Sixth Grade Bailey; Gail
l owing areas will register at the 1500, Henry Street 1200 through' Fourth Grade Bateman; Gephart.
directors. Ed also when
LaduCj a director was not present Highlands Elementary School: 1500 Sunny Street 1100 through Brenda Rye Lou Ann Miller Sixth Grade Dunlap; Diann

the picture was taken. (Photo by Hamrick) North of Vine Street; in Orange 1500 Martin Avenue 1100 through Neal Taylor, Karl Ritter. Peggy Partlow Fred Anderson Becky I

Gardens; West of Emory Street 1500. and Clay Street (old Tampa Thacker, Pamala White. Kathy Arrington, Rex Walker Kirk 1

and the City Ditch from Vine Highway) 1100 through 1400. Arrington, Janice Shenosky. Sines, Kathy Taylor Sue Bate- J

Street South to the Old Tampa All other children will registerat Fourth Grade-Crabtree; Ron- man. ;<

Highway which will include the the Mary Bryan Building of nie Johnson. James B. Padgett. Sixth Grade Mr. Kimberly; '! TO BE HONORED Miss
following streets: Lavon, Palm, the Kissimmee Elementary James K. Smith. Yvonne Bad- Keith Ashmore. Vincent Bronson. Myrtilla F. Beats well known

x,, v 1rs Forrest, Lime, Citrus, Lemon SchOoL This will include children' ders Renee Bronson, Sherry John Guelde, Rhonda Kelley, j music teacher has been chosen a First Lady of the Year

Summit, Crestview Avon, 5th who ride bus number 1 from' Clay Alice Ferguson. Martha Patty Lazier, Marsh Eide, DeAnne j by the local chapters of Beta Sigma Phi and will be honoredat

Street, Thacker Avenue, Oak Boggy. Creek Den-John Road Oakes Wendy Romack, Leah James, Wanda Bradley, i the First Lady Tea to be held Saturday afternoon at the

Street 1600 through 1800, Hill Mills Slough and Bus number 2 Sturtevant Linda Lawrence Susan Me-!I St. John's Parish House. Miss Beals who has

Street 1600 through 1800 Emmett from Lake Wilson Vineland Road I Fifth Grade Dollar; Suzie Knight, Dava Lauri. Allyn I I here for is shown above with taught piano

y, Street 1100 through 1500, Mab- Shingle Creek, Lake Cecile and Bartley, Mariella Bass Brenda Miller Connie Williams Linda |, Jan Davis.many years one of her pupils
; bette Street 1200 through' 1500 Royal Gardens. Bradley, Ida Cennarte, Ivonne O'Neal. Barbara Whitewolf, 1 (Photo by. Hamrick)

I Lee Carolyn Gray, Claudia Joyce Williams Marsha Wynn

r i Crawn_ Rebecca Wilkie, Kathy Winnie. Woods. ; Miss
Youth Take Over I Judy Guynn

Engineers I

In Local PoliticsOsceola Seeks TitleWill

Utility Rate StudyAt i the "Miss Florida" title She likes to dance water aid

L1 High School students Muir. AAA. return to Central Florida after swim and play basketball, and
took over the city and county On the county level were Fran- an absence of five years? would like to continue her studyof
least 49 pet. of the cus- The engineers then divided I I
ORANGE GARDENS SINGLES-Winners of the Orange governments last week in a day ces Baya, clerk of circuit court; tomers of the Kissimmee util- this figure by the number of The Miss Florida Pageant officials music in cottege
Gardens sponsored by the Kissimmee Elks Judy Williams Cheryn English are wondering if the unexpected The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Singles Tournament were Edith L. Spencer left ity pay less than cost for average customers. This resulted '
and Robert Clark Duffy right first place. Dorothea Glover Club. assistants; Larry Whaley, county their electricity, according to in a cost figure of $4.86 .- I visit of Mrs. Charles Paul Douglas Guynn Judy Kay
The students taking part were judge;, Lamar' Teems, John Hig- I Rice to the scene where she was was selected from ten contest-
and Zimmerman
a by customer
report Day month.
and Henry Szankiewitz hack consolation. (Photo by Ham immy Wells, mayor; Vivian man Bill Stanko, clerks; Irma engineers who per per I crowned "Miss Florida of 1958" ants for the "Miss Osceola

rick) Beltz, Danny Lackey, Bill Stephens Stahl, jury counselor; Les Sullivan conducted a rate, study recently here. However, the debt service I as Dianne Tauscher, is to be con- Count 'title. She is a nativeof

and Hampton Sessions, city sheriff; Bill Bass Bobby I At the time of the has also to be considered, and ..sidered an omen of things to Penrisburg, Virginia.
when that Is
commissioners; Judy Roehrich, Hampp Mike done the cost to .
Suldo deputies; the engineering firm said in come. All-i -4ill. 42 of Florida's loveliest
city manager; Bill Dupree com- Betty Jo Sammons, Sheila Eg-. its report, "All systems were make service available to the Dianne who held the title of young ladies are expectedto
munications city police; Trace gers, office assistants. operating and furnishing satisfactory customer, according to the report "Miss Orlando" when she was be entered in the Miss Florida
Wood, chief of police; Garlic Myrice Stills tax collector would be $854, exclus-I "
; service. named "Miss Florida, was recalled Pageant in Sarasota Jane 2629.
rheiss, Rocky Stone, Richard Janet Digges, Suzanne Barter, "It Is not possible to determine ive of fuel costs, per month. I by Pageant Producer The University of Florida is

rt 3 i Martin, policemen; Tom Beilman Angie Gastaldi, deputy collectors; precisely what It costs . It can be seen that Mason Baldwin as "one of the sending a contestant as is Central -

investigator. Pete Carrico, tax assessor; Karen to supply residential serviceas under the present residentalrate I. sweetest, most cooperative" of Florida Junior College in

Patsy Thacker, city attorney; Rooney, Judy Stalilonis, Sandy a whole and much less so effective in Kissimmee all of the Florida queens sincehe Ocala. Orlando Winter Haven

tika Allen Whitston city judge; Caro- Hare Kirk Anders, clerks; Judy to determine the cost of sup monthly consumption must exceed has been Producer of the :Winter Park Lakeland. Haines

lyn Croft, fire chief; Karen Macy, Guynn, supervisor of registration; plying any specific number of 100 KWH before the city Pageant the last seven years. City. Leesburg and Kiwimmee

Fred Hall, firemen; Charles Roo- Cynthia Luthe, assistant; Bruce kilowatt-hours to any one Individual recaptures Just the customer i Another Central Florida city :1 will be among the Central Flor-

ney, building inspector; Mary Whitewolf, superintendent of public -. customer," the engin- and energy component of seeking the "Miss Florida" ida cities making their bid for
Powers sanitary inspector; Esta instruction Paul Corbitt costs. If we were to add In the I
; eers said. crown for their contestant is the I the coveted beauty title.
Bobroff, deputy clerk; Betty Harper county supervisor. I . It is 'almost univer demand component as represented exotically Indian-named city of With the "Miss Florida" title

> Janice Alderman, clerks; Winford Harrell, county finance sally true that bills of small by debt service, con- j I Kissimmee, derived from the I comes the opportunity for a tripto

John Miller, superintendent of officer; Tony Johnson, assistant; users of electric service, both sumption would have to Seminole Indians, and, accordingto compete in the Miss America
public works; John Briley, Connie David Stinebaugh school lunch residential and commercial, proach before 500 KWH per the Kissimmee Chamber of Pageant in Atlantic City for the

; Cabell, foremen. supervisor; Linda ,Woods, secretary do not cover all of the cost the city would start I Commerce, the name means "Miss America" crown. A $1-
Ralph Porter recreation director ; Ronald Story, Gary Suhl, that might reasonably be al- receiving any" 'profit' from its I "Heaven" or "Paradise." 000.00 scholarship a .,-,00.00
; Joe Woodward, purchasingaide Babe Grissom, Edward Fennell located to the service. operations, the engineers
I So perhaps Judy Kay Guynn Wardrobe Award from Toni and
4 .. .z ; Sharon Gehrett, superintendent David Tomlinson county commis- The engineers said that be- said.A. I!17-year-old Miss Osceola County Ban-Lon and the use of a new

MIXED DOUBLES WINNERS-Edith Spencer and Elmer of utilities; David Hinkle sioners Rodney Schmidt, civil c. use of this if the 'serviceto tabulation elsewhere in is destined to come out of "Par Oldsmobile for carrying out her
]ly, diesel operator; Paul Blough defense director : the class as a whole is tobe the report shows that 4965 I
; Wiley Wooten adise" to become "Miss Florida official duties are among other
Hertzler first in the
row, won
place Orange pet. of the residential bills
diesel mechanic; Tom Jones, Lee assistant. reasonably profitable the "
of 1963. Only time will tell, prizes asd awards to be won by
Gardens Mixed ,Doubles; .. Tournament .Mary MassengiJJ. .' Gifford, linemen; Carol 17ysongwater JJnda-Siaats, Sharon Edwards larger users must pay some are $8.21 or less. -*' 4 J but Miss Guynn appears to have "Miss Florid at th* Moss" Florida -
and Charles Gerould, back won consolation. (Photo by :works; Ted Nelson, sewage county health officers;' Cecil Collins -what more than the cost of This, then, is the problem both the talent and.the physical Pageant
Hamrick) plant; Pat Walsh, lineman;'Betty assistant; Chuck Shepherd such service. facing the city commissioners. requirements to make the grade.
Peterson, airport manager; Jon sanitary inspector Richard Sanders The engineers said that ,Already'they have spent
"'" .. " ', "'I"".. .. ; The Kissimmee contestant, now Jackson ElectedTo
'-".., ., ;.. ; .'". ';- f' ... v Hoke, city tax assessor; Robert county attorney. among the costs which must some six, hours discussing the studying music at Osceola High
: .. : " \\ !' 5' '. .
> ,considered customer with I
.,\ !" "'i t ,. are report representative of hopes to sing her way to -.the State Office
... l ',: : t," ;' <>' "' ... components of fixed costs of Smith & Gillespie engineers "Miss Florida" title. In the Charles Jackson city man
< .' f.; County Employs the; distribution plant, distri and Utility Dir. Roy Hansel
swim suit competition shell havea ager was elected to serve as
1 )' .,' -' bution expense discussions
accountingand The have been led
0' t- ;c. 37-23-37 form to show the secretary treasurer of the
... .. ): collecting administrative by City Mgr. Charles Jackson.
It expense, -
judges. She's 5 ft. 7 In. tall, Florida City Managers Association -
\ 1. t?" \ Road AssistantCounty and general expense. Besides that time in sessions weighs 120 pounds.and has brown during a four day con.
.. totaled $255,676 for the each commissioner has spent hair brown'eyes.. ference held
.'.... \ . and last week at Daytoita -
1 fiscal year 1963, the report hours making his own analy- A girl with varied interests, Beach.

commissioners have Mangum is said to have said. sis of the report. she is active in the Glee Club, Richard Simmons of Winter

employed H. J. Mangum as been in the streets depart. On 1 Pep Club, the Future Homemakers Park outgoing president, was
assistant road superintendentin ment of the city of Miami for Support Urged Trial Dates Set of America, and the Annual elected to serve as director.

an effort to put the depart- years and there rose to a top Recreation Act For Circuit Court staff in her final year at Osceola Simmons is the son of Mr.
ment on a more businesslikebasis. position. High School and Mrs. Henry T. Simmons.

Again stating they were not Besides furnishing cost rec- Osceola residents were urgedto Trials of 15 persons in circuit -- --
ords and progress reports to court have been set, accordingto
send to the state
f crticizing Otis Sellers, the
the commissioners it will be
County Clerk Glenn Ray.
road senators
superintendent, commis- supporting the outdooprecreation
i ; :; sioners told Mangum and Sel- up to Mangum to get the act of 1963. Two judges will conduct them.

t;: : ; lers to get together to work county road system mapped, They[ are Murray Overstreet and
,, out a suitable system.Commissioners the roads numbered, and keep The measure passed the lower Frank A. Smith. Zt
tab of all county owned property house by a wide margin but Trials before Judge Overstreetwill
ROUND,ROBIN WINNERS-Winners in the Orange are interested used in the constructionof County Board Chairman Harris
in knowing more details begin May and trials
Gardens Round Robin tournament left to Mr. them:: Daniels t tt.r
were right concerning the road depart- warned that this does before Judge Smith will begin i
and Mrs. Vern Beswick and Mrs. and Mr. Earl Lewis. (Photo ment and, in fact, the roads At the same meeting the not mean the same thing will May 20. j

by Hamrick) themselves.It commissioners also: happen in the senate without its A jury venire for the first !

will be up to Mangum to -Discussed a road to the being supported by the people. week has been selected. 4"h

set up a records system from Lake Marion boat landing. Also urging support for the The trials are scheduled as

Salvation Army which monthly reports will -Advised Florida Commu- measure was Fred McDaniel, follows:

be made to the commissioners. nity Development Corp. that Chamber of Commerce; and Willie F. Dent, charge of aggravated
it would
have to abandon
Gordon Dawson, manager of the assault May 13; VIr-
The employment of Man- the plat of section two of cen- St. Cloud Chamber.The ginia Faith King, charge of forgery v ,
Drive To StartReverend tral acre before the county
gum.followed months of dis- ; May 13; Emmett O'Neal,
cussion by the entire commission would cancel the performancebond. recreation act was the re-

Robert F. Alberson James Cal-
Richard Fullerton)!J active support to this"effort, in and weeks of study by a sult ol nearly two years of In- vin Barber, and Jack, L. Altice

chairman of The Salvation Army]! the name of humanity, to please special committee headed by -Decided on using cypressto tensive research by a 14mancommittee charges of worthless checks

Service Unit Committee of Kis-l I t contact Mrs. Vera Lalley, secre- Commr. Chester Barber. Alsoon bulkhead the boat landingat appointed by Gov. 14.Jerry. I
simmee announces the appointment *'! tary of the Chamber of Com it were L. J. Harvey and Lake Marion to protect it I Farris Bryant to study recreational FIRST FEDERAL TEAM-Member* of the Pint Federal

of Malvin Samuel as cam merce. Oren Brown. from further erosion. development In Florida. Hall, charges of no sure Little League team are pictured above left to right front

paign chairman for the forthcoming This will be The Salvation Ar1 Daniel said he had been ad- port; Willie Lee Wells, charge
I row. Buddy Shephard. Chip Shephard Pat Cool Richard
annual Salvation Army cam- my's first all-out active fund' I vised that Florida's land and of non-support May 14.

paign for funds, which will start, campaign for several years in Orange GardensOfficers water available for outdoor activity < Joseph Ashley charge of child Green Curtiss Harper Mike Green, Richard Harper Billy

Monday, May 20. Kissimmee.. The importance of is ,facing a two-way molesting May 15. Pollom Leo Olds, Shawn Old.. Back row, Fred BITUMOW,

Allen Carroll of the First Na-i i this campaign cannot be emphasized squeeze: (1) by housing and i Ben Johnson charge of aggravated manager Mark Blevin., Jack Hileman Joe Lombardy,

tional Bank has been appointedchairman t'j too much as its complete I ElectedA other developments along waterfronts assault: and charge of Danny Wainwright Kirk Sines, Tommy Crockett Randy

of the Special Gifts!{ success will mean broader and ; (2) as the facilities de- breaking and entering with In- Horton Turner Walli (Photo by Hamrick)
Committee which hope to kick off i better Services to the people of tent -commit grand larceny,
crease, the demand for them is
their part of the campaign about I Kissimmee in the future. I May 16.Donald.
six o'clock smorgasbord Szankiewicz, Charles: Gerould
p Increasing'
May 13.Samuel. 'i Reverend Fullerton has an- Vance Bass, indictedby
all interested that J3.000.00) is the aim ceded me Orange Gardens Civic,dark Duify, Elmer Hertzler, Ver-' i ia ir
urges citj j jnouncd a grand jury on a, charge
Association in Beswick and
II meeting Thursday Earl Lewis. I
izens' who would like to give their j] and hope of the Committee and the civic building. Hostesses for I inAl David McConigal rape, May 20. a:
jwith the usual fine support and i Tiahrt was elected president
Makinson j'' the affair were Mrs. Al Tiahrt, Stewart Chapman, charge of
Judy of Kissimmee residents I To
I cooperation for the ensuing >ear. Directors Graduate
fnairiymnj, Mrs. Glenn Cowden, lewd and lascivious and indecent
1 it is hoped this amount will be rTank Anapp. Lee Ar
Named Lions QueenMrs. Mrs. rttul Bear. Mrs. Rudy Reimer [ assault May 2L
will be raised in the one week &tour x. L Fisher, til: Ladue David Liske McGongigal of
Mrs. Archie Hoe and Mrs. Dave Ennis of lewd
Bob (Judy) Makinsonwas 1(allotted for the campaign. May ,and varies Petersen. Kissimmee Is among 299 sen- charge .!: t, \
Newton OLon. Mrs. dark Duffy, and lascivious and indecent #
named queen of the 39th J20 to May 26, inclusive. ; I Mrs. Gkh announced iors who are due to be grad- assault
Ueurge J
general cu.wman. also assistealtoses : er May 22. a ti,
uated here 13 Florida -
annual State Lions dubs Con May at
the uwgcl.lDtl'al1g. 29th at
Bus Drivers May Harry August Langgood and }
vention held at clearwater last and garden flowers adorned I 2 pun. in the community house Southern College's 78th annual -
decora- James Franklin Wysong chargeof
the tables. A Maypole commencement convocation -
weekend. Are HonoredAs is to the pub Toe speaker
open c.
I in
the second
arson degree,
tion made by Mrs. Behr graced .
.She was also named Jungle the school year draws to a !I Mrs Capt. Sydney Lynch of May 23.Deputies.
the tables. The
one i
Queen and she and Bob placed close a special tribute is being: 'the Salvation Army, will explain He is a candidate for the j ij
first in a twist contest at a paid to the school bus drivers was given by Rev. Henry Young.I:what the new army unit will do Bachelor of Science degree

luau and another street dance. who serve so diligently and welL President Renus Olson presided in Osceola County.J. with a major In psychology.His Attend I

Judy also won first place in a The first in this series is Mrs. over the business meeting duringj I II J. Lockwood and daughter campus honors include a
Hawaiian hula dance contest. Josephine Batton. which time Dr. D. Coe Love read I membership in Student Flor- Training Course
Misg Suzanne Lockwood enter
Earlier in the day, the Kiss-! ; Mrs. Batton began driving a the names of deceased members tanned Ida Education Association; Psi I
the with three numbers
lmmee contingent was awarded I]school bus for the Osceola County and residents of Orange Gardens accompanied group Mrs. E. Chi, national honorary psychology Members of the Osceola
this past year. A moment of silent by fraternity and Sigma County Sheriffs Dept. have
first prize for the most artisticfloat School system February 1&2 Croxton at the MICKLERS WOODPECKERS
piano. Members of Mieklert
was held. Chi social fraternity.His been attending an 18-week -
in the Lions Parade. It tland is a loyal and dedicated prayer
Consisted of a Brahma buD 1 driver. Committee cnainnen: gave theii Mrs. Gertrude Woods announced parents are Mr. and training course sponsored by Little League team are left to right, front row Jim Bate-

which revolved as the float mov During her 20 years of service annual reports. Twelve shuffleboard the Cinerama at Tampa May 8th. Mrs E. E. McGonigal, 14 the Orlando Police Dept., according man,John Stubbs,Jay Everson Randy English Dennis

ed down the street Atop the she has driven 93,230 accident awards were presented by "South Seas Adventure" will be Cherry StFlorida to Sheriff Bob Buck- Daniel, Sammy Singer. Second row Mike flaaseH. ABeD

bull was Judy ltfA1 nnn. Sur-, free miles transported 252,000passengers Miss Marjorie Fish to the following shown for three weeks. 'How The Southern's gradual els.Those Baker Layton Dnnnen, Randy By num. Rex Walker. Dennis -

roundfeg the float were 20 men>, and has only been I winners: Mrs. George Glover West Was Won" begins May SOtn. ing class, the largest in recent attending include Bnm on, David Walker Ronnie Baker Van PleM.
Hobart Massengil n. Miss Contact Mrs. Woods for reservations Thomas Vannoy Wallace
of the Kteslmraee mounted, late to school three times which Mrs. years numbers 218 Floridians ,
bers were caused by mechanical trouble ,Edith Spencer Mrs. Vernon Bes or if transportation is need and 81 from -20 other states Smith Jr, Robert C. Woody, Third row, Leonard Hansell and Steve Kelley. manager

poHee. beyond' her control. wick, Mrs. J&ui Lewis, HenryreI ed. and three foreign countries. Ed Langford, Wesley Pratt. (Photo by Hamrick



The Klsslmmee Gazette, Kissimmee, ]Fla., Thurs.,_May_9. 1963 ENGAGE1IENTTOLD
Girl Scout Leaders Leaders and their assistantswho
attended were Mmes. Pat
Attend CourseGirl Bell, Rose Bobroff, Joan Chandler DIXIE PROEUCTS
Scout Leaders from Os- Betty Jane Frakes Hazel DTS
ceola County have been attend- Gautier, Jean Kibler, Mary
ing workshops conducted by the Porter, and Mildred Taylor.
Citrus Council to introduce a The first workshop was devoted -
new,program in Girl Scouting. to the entire new program.The .
The changes are nationwide. four phases of Girl Scout
t The meetings have been held in ing under it are: Brownies, FEATURING PRODUCTS FROM Florida & THE SOUTH SAVE 4T
the College Park Methodist Grades Two and Three; Juniors
church.MOTHER'S. Grades Four, Five and Six; 4
Cadets, Seven, Eight, and Nine;
and Seniors Grades 10, 11, and W-D BROAD BREASTED GR. "A" QUICK FROZENTURKEYS (
wvJ., 12.In 1
order to broaden the Girl i
Scout movement, requirementshave C
DAY been changed and Merit
CARDSFOR Badges revised and extended.A .
patrol system has also been 4'
#<< SUNDAY MAY 12 adopted. !"? > < ., -. ,,?'-:3'::- '. ." ALL SIZES

PRINTING call the Gazette office Miss Rita Louise Johnson
i 847-2881. Free estimateson
: an types of job printing. at JohnsonRandallEngagement -c 0 O p ST ORE S
reasonable prices. 11 ll

and Mrs. Carmen Johnson, r PRICES GOOD THRU
KissLmmee, announce the engage- a S LB MAY 11thwiMNentB
....._ .
,ment and approaching marriageof eopyJI..MT- STORM k
their daughter, Rita Louise,,to SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER
Lee Randall son of Mr. and Mrs. <', ,,', -. ..., .. -, .
Arthur Randall, Ki mmee. . "J.:. a $> '::> l
Miss Johnson, a native of : .. ,,, 1 :: 7 ti 7 '-t$"" FROM THOMASVILE. GA. . BOB WHITE SUCIDWD

FROM Boothwyn High School, Pa.and attended was graduatedwith Osceola BRAND BEEF SALE Bacon j&. LB. BOX 79*

e the class of 1960. She is
ELLIE HUGH'S presently employed by the Martin -:?< .w J r.;;: ;. ; .:l'l: '':'::l'__::, ;j FROM THOMASVILLE. GA. . SUNNYLAND
Marietta Corporation as a key-

i FLORISTS .. punch. operator.Mr. Randall,. formerly of Ad- ..UL'L'CUT BO'NELESS ROUND Sli. Ham 79x

Ii 847-4591 ams, Mass. was also a 1960 grad-
uate of Osceola High School. He
"We Wire Flowers" attended and was graduated from Steaks 88'
r Jones Business College in Orlando FROM FLORIDA SAVE 3Vi< EA. . STANDARD
and is now employed by the Na-
tional Cash Register Company as Tomatoes 303 CAN 9;

The wedding will take place OCALA. FLA. . SAVE 3ft* EABrink. . LIBBY'S (32-ox.)
June 29 at 3:00 pjn. at the First
United Presbyterian Church in Ribs lb.39iFROM 6 CANS $1
-a'i1iatii---w' ; [ Kissimmee. A reception will immediately $ .
follow at the Orange .
.I T Gardens Community House. TAMPA. FLA. . SAVE 3%* EA. . LYKU
Invitations are not being vent CHUCK
Luncheon 3 "l.
BLEACH but all friends and relatives of MEAT 12-oz.
the couple are invited to attend
the wedding and reception. Roast lb. 49 SAVE 6< . DEEP SOUTH18oz.

KILLS GERMS, TOO! Church Women Held Grape;;; ;Jelly 29; t

Meeting WednesdayMrs. EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND
.ftj ::: 33 Lester Geisler, who with 4ROllfs
-. K 89 Towels 1.
D ' Bleach I Dr. Olive R. Fish, attended the B egM lbf Paper
rtJ111 \ ' ;: and DISINFECTANT j state board meeting of the Flor-
a.& 1! ,,- ida Chain of Missionary Assem- t & pkg. H FROM TENNESSEE . PILLSBURY CHoc., YELOW, WHITEr
Loosens dirt,brightens Cleans and disinfects blies held recently at Lake Pla-
whites,sanitizes clothing. sickroom,bathroom,kitchen cid, gave a report of the meet- Cake Mixes 3 POR'1.
,, '
ing to the Council of' Church .1 j, X k 1i Y :.l_: a R :iIIE-_ ,: :::ii<
Hood 33 Bleach1 Women of Kissimmee when they
Lr'J met this week at the First Meth- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
and .
Disinfectant -" odist Church. Fancy Rice 3.LB.PKG. 35;
State ,
Swope of President St. Petersburg Mrs., presided Grady- i::1 y ,. ' +;\4*; .'GM}: tliiw N f.Wii.qP'(_ ':;"'_'f',,_.:":.. >"_"t. -,*I.t""( I>>I""" ",. 1'11.'.

e at. the board meeting where YOUR CHOICE . Limit 1 with food order. MIRACLE WHIP DIXIE DARLING
reports from the 22 cities in
Florida who had the Chain speakers 11 JJrnJuuJJIJJJJJJ1
Salad 39x QT.-29/
:- .. ,were given. Rev. Charles Dressing QT. 1
Kinder, minister of Trinity Meth-
Freedom Of Choice odist Church of Winter Haven 100EXTRA
_ _
gave three worship services _
Under absolutely no conditions opening the sessions of the meet-
does the choice of the funeral ing.Policies TOP VALUE STAMPSWITH op Value Stamps ree o Value teal s
director rest with anyone other pertaining to the program THIS COUPON AT YOUR COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
for the
coming year were
than the family requiring his adopted and a budget for state tree
services. Regardless of the cir- operation. The state voted to Good Thru Umit One Coupon To Adult With Green Peas Crispy Pizza Piss
.: cumstances, it is your right to give $1,500.00 to the FloridaChristian May 11 A $5.00 or More Food Order. THRU MAY 11TH OOO THRU MAT IITM
Ministry to Migrants, WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
call the director
funeral of
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I their home at Seville, Ohio. Hotel while visiting friendsin The KI.Jmmf"t" fiarettp. Kfoshnmee. FU.. Thara., May t, St1iaMAKINSON ;
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Miller Kissimmee. She is the for DunnWilliamsVows '

/ are attending the annual con- mer Ruth Van Ness, whose
vention of the Florida Anti- father was minister of the

Mosquito Association in Jack. First Presbyterian Church Are RecitedMiss
tltlltlllflll sonville. They will meet Mr. during the 20's. She attendedthe
and Mrs. T. Wayne Miller local schools and has
at the Robert Meyer headquarters. many friends in the area. Anne Louise Williams maid of honor and only attend-,
Wayne will preside over Mrs. Anna J. Reynolds of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luc- ant, chose a sheath dress of

the meeting as president of Orange Gardens is a patientat ious Monroe Williams, was mar- turquoise linen, the neckline HARDWARE
By BETTY EBV the association. the Osceola Hospital. ried Saturday, April 27, in the edged in lace and the skirt detailed ]
Those attending the Beta Laura Bressler Pettis Jett McCoy Methodist Church at with lace medallions. She

Sigma Phi convention at Hollywood this week for Hendersonville Birmingham Alabama to Robert wore a matching hat and pink

last weekend were N.C. She plans to spend the Earl Dunn. The Rev. John D. orchid corsage.Mr. .

Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hileman summer in the beautiful Perkins officiated at the cere- Dunn was his son's best ;

Birthday congratulationsthis Reed, Ell Hugh Graves, Josephine Mr. and Mrs. Al Hunt, Mr. North Carolina mountains. mony. man. Ushers were William Perryof \ ,:
week are being sent to Shrewsbury, James and Mrs. Jerry Ivey, Mr. and Rev. Richard Fullerton has The bride was given in mar Montgomery and L. M Wil- . . , , -"
Dorothy Ann Padgett, Frank Doran, Sylvia Miller, Pat Mil- Mrs. Joe Lombardy, Mr. and returned from a business trip riage by her father. She worea liams Jr. of Kissimmee. '
Kozma Jr., Mary Lou West. Mrs. Dick Makinson, Mr. and and Atlanta.Mr. E HAAp
ler, James P. Moore, Earlene Washington sheath dress of mauve pink A reception given by thebride's av4vAR' ,
over, Carrie Edwards, Carl Shetters, Janet Newman, C. Mrs. Louis Tarcai, Dr. and and :Mrs. O. L. Billings- silk I H ;' .... Rr
shantung with matching parents followed in the : .
:Riedel, Kathryn Satterfield,) Mrs. Eugene Speirs. and Mr. ley left this week for their II : .....
L. Bennett, Jerry Rogers, Her h ., i :;; .
jacket edged in mauve lace. church parlors after which the .. :
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[Richard Chenowith. Cappy; David Croxton, Jean Story, and Mrs. Russell Thacker. summer home at Lake Floydat 1 J I' :
hat of mauve lace straw had an Among the out of town guests' J : .
i Don Frazer, Barbara Kessler, Harold Farmer, who is now Bristol, West Virginia. .. S'ORTIN..OO.' : ;
iI I David Dyer, Elizabeth Dear- serving as city manager of Mrs. Marie Riggs of Pine- overall design of matching lilies Among the out of town guests . s"D,.' ,. .._..._. "'P .:..__ J'\ af -:_
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of the valley and her corsagewas were Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Williams .- -". __
Valdosta "
4t min, Ruth Stewart, Earl Mur- Georgia, visited dale Nursing Home and thea LAlMTS !.ft
; 'II _
4 J phy, Mike Sabetto, Dick Mc- friends here last week whileon d m i n i strator, Antoninette of- white orchids. and Mr. and Mrs. L. M.!, ( t

? Loughlin. Cindy Ivey, TommyLee a business trip in the state. Jones, attended the fifth annual Virginia McLean the bride's Williams Jr. of Kissimmee. .1.-

Carl Schmidt, Joni Logs- The Frank Ledbetters have Florida Nursing Home f
191"icontrolled ':
i.ants \* don, Rosemary Albritton, returned to their home at short course, April 29th. St. John's SchoolTo

Jrf Frank Glass, Virginia Tiller, Wichita, Kansas after spend

Hulin Snyder, Mary Tiller. ing a vacation here visiting Judy Tindall
Best wishes to each of you. Franks parents. ;

caR Notice to Orange Gardeners Miss Kathryn Breckenridgevisited Honored At ShowerMiss Hold Open House
I Mrs. Anna Reynolds has her sister and family,
,discontinued her Jottings column the Jim Flanagans, for a few Judy Tlndall whose mar- i FREE
days before returning to riage to John Paul Monell will
for the summer so I :
St. John's Episcopal Kinder- teacher and of
( Chaterouix, France where she be an event of May 17th, was !staff good
tor t6 sake of horse any and all items
your honor guest at a miscellaneous garten will have its annual school. Miss Parah Clark, long
from is with the civil service.
Her column will be
spring Open House May 16 time resident of Kissimmeeand
shower on Tuesday evening, when on
CALL resumed in the Fall. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Mueller I left this week to fly to Spainto Mrs. Roy Hansel Mrs. Edward beginning at 10:30: At this a teacher for more than

j } 847-3489 left Monday to return toAGRICULTURAL visit their daughter and Hansell and Mrs. Douglas Horde time the children will display thirty years In the elementary
schools of Central Florida will
family, the Clem Carranazas. entertained at the Hart Memorial much of their hand work as GRASS
While there they and the Car- Library. well as present a programfor return as Kindergarten teach.
flowers used as' all visiting children er for 1963-64, Anyone wishing
ranzas will spend five weeks Spring were ,
touring Europe.Mr. decorations and the refreshments full information about the I
All parents of five-year-old Open House! or any other aspect
and Mrs. Ray Strayerleft carried out the bridal theme.
I children are invited to come of thp should
this week to return to Miss Tindall was given chinain program
FINANCINGincluding and visit with the St. John's call the church office
their home at Warsaw, Indi- her chosen pattern by her host- (847-
Kindergarten, inspect the facilities -2009) any week day morning CATCHER
eses, and also received many 1
ana.Mr. and meet with the between 8:30 and .
and Mrs. T. S. Parks lovely gifts from the thirty five noon.Woman's _
left this week to spend the friends who called during the eve- !
Creek dub To
summer at their home at lovely ning. Shingle

GROVES Lake George, New York. Activities ListedThe
Rev. and Mrs. Maurice YouthTo Conduct WorkshopAbout NOW UNTIL JUNE 1st
RANCHEScurrent Grigsby visited friends in Dun- I Shingle Creek Church 150 officers and com-

edin last week. Conduct ServiceThe will be engaged in revival mittee chairmen are expected to
Dr. Olive .R. Fish and Mrs. effort all next week, with attend the workshop of District

Lester Geisler attended the young people of St. John' the Rev. E. F. Armitage, of 7, F.F.W.C. the Tupperware ? WITHEVERY

.interest state board meeting of the Church will observe Youth Sunday Jamestown, N. Y., as the auditorium Tuesday, May 14. l
Florida chain of Missionary 12 taking guest evangelist. All services
rate on May by ove
Mrs. C. W. Conley, 1st vice
Assemblies held last week at the service at 9:30 and by preaching will begin at 7:30 except on
Lake Placid. at both the 9:30 and 11! Sunday nights, when it will president of the KissinuneeWoman's
.5'/2% Mrs. Glenn Blair of Ur- o'clock services. Linda Grissomwill be at the regular hour of dub is chairman of the I
bana, Illinois will be 6:30 committee on arrangements.Lunch .
a guest read Morning Prayer. Joan : o'clock. There will be HUFFY
this weekend of the Tropical music will be prepared and
Allen and Beth Porter will read special each eveningand
served by members of the local I
the Scripture lessons. Eddie Bor Curtis Heath will be the
srmplernterest I r TROUBLEGETTING delon will read the Psalm and song leader.At club under Mrs. Conley's direc

Toni Stoddard will give the Chil the service next Sunday tion.After
1 dren's Instruction at 9:30. Dennis morning 10:20: o'clock, Mrs. the meeting guests will MOWER
. I Jewell will preach the sermon at Larry Gross will be the soloist be conducted through the TuPperware -
1 OUR THIRTIETH YEAR AUTO 9:30 and Jerry Stoddard will ; there will also be recep- buildings and grounds. \
tion of members.The .
preach at the celebration of Holy p
f a, INSURANCE? Communion at 11 o'clock. Acolytes regular monthly meeting Holy Name Society i
these counties for the 9:30 Family Service of the Woman's Society of
serving : Need SR-22 Filing and will be Eric and Leon Lidik and Christian Service will be held Elects OfficersAt
Lake Orange -Volusia liability insurant Ask Mathew Scholl. in the church sanctuary on ...
yout agent to sand your The Episcopal Young Churchmen Tuesday May 14th at 9:30: a. a recent meeting of the
Seminole Osceola application to us if you'v of St. John's Church had a m. All women are cordially Holy Name Society of the Holy
BrevardPRODUCTION been cancelled or reject invited to attend. Redeemer Catholic Church the -
swimming at Springslast
t t'' ' ed. Wa can at fair injure rates almost regardless Sunday. St. John's Church is This Thursday night at 7:30 following officers were electedfor (., a\
the various commissions of the coming year: Jim Mon-
of driving rec- to host the meeting of the Or-
: r q',, compr.h.nsiv. .- lando.Deanery ol E.Y-CL on Sun- the church will meet for a goven, president; Gilbert Mears, y ytl 1
':jt NTR .tFi RI D n 1 .:+bd'coll.onoi..lso ., day afternoon ,and,gveiuiig.May session prior to the ..regular::. vice ,president, John Moore, 2nd. &
avail lle.; Premiums maybe ; 19. About.--youngpeople! and meeting of the Official Board.A vice-president; Tony Monell, sec" 1 "1!J

CREDITASSOCIATION \ paid in easy install their advisors from Sanford Or- report of the committee on retarytreasurer.The .
: m."ts.To the completion of the Anterior .
i lando, and St. Cloud are expected society made plans for a I
Agents: We will be to attend this meeting. of the Educational Buildingwill communion breakfast later this
pleased to send completekit be brought and bids for month as well as a picnic for I
on request. Brokerage same to be considered.
the children of the parish. This
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picnic is an annual affair. Details -
Plan. Church School conducted
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ttt. u 1..>l John A frih'v minister. Veterans of World War I, Barracks -
Corsages will be given to Yacht Club 1068, and Ladies Auxiliarywill we recommend HUFFY:
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est and the mother with the Plans CruiseThe
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Music for th service will be Community height adjustment chambers
ing of the Yacht Club was veterans and ladiesare
oriented bv the cherub choir I .
All-steel bodies Choice of sizes-
held Monday May 6th with
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who will sing "Onward Christian -i urged Powerful engines 18" to 24"
65 members and guests attending -
held second Fridayof
Soldiers" and the chancel Discussion was heldon ings every Lift-and-cut Gas and electric models
choir which will sing "Me- each month.Gloriosa .
keeping the Yacht Club angled blade tips Natural-hHdIRg
mories" by Roher open onn*week ends for the I Safety-Grip handles Power-Dr medals
The morning message: will benefit of all boaters. The
be brought by Rev. BrileyRACKS cruise planned for May 11 Circle ""

and 12 to Ponce De Leon
jIi I Springs was postponed to May To Meet May 17th
I 118 and 19 because of Mothers -
i I Day. The Gloriosa Circle of the I HUFFY

I Clara Banks, Chairman of Kissimmee Garden dub will i
the entertainment committee meet May 17 at 2:30 p.m. for
1 = i I reported there were 200 served -' installation of officers.

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\ when the club entertained the to the meeting place. RIDING MOWER

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4 The Klssb nee Gazette. Kissimmee, Fla., Ttmrs., May 9, 19631' The funeral party left Thursday Judith Tindall .

1 neth E. McKay, officiating. Cas- for Gloucester, Mass., where '
Bertha Bell Lewis School NewsBy Kissimmee Furniture Store
Elementary ,
Tells Plans
ketbearers were Messrs. Frank funeral services were held with Wedding-

Died Wednesday Bronson Leroy Branson Manuel interment following in Locust
I Gallagher, W. E. Hansell, Danny Grove Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Miss Judith Ann Tindall is an- "eggy BradburyThe ii 23 Broadway
p 1103! Home was in charge of ar- nouncing final plans for her marriage S .
Bertha: Bell Lewis 79, of Miller and Robert Poff Interment to John Paul MonelL Miss Telephone 8474411A
1 Perkins Road, Pinecastle, passed followed in Shingle Creek rangements.
TindaU is the daughter of Mr.. PTA I ear last Sunday afternoon. Members
last meeting of the
f : away at her home early Wednes- Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Home free interiordecorating service planned
.. day after a lengthy illness. was in charge of arrangements. Services Held For Richard Tindall and the late twill; be held this Thursday in theCafeteria of our school participating complete ;
Ga. Mrs. Tindall and Mr. MoneU is at 7:30. A musical program are. Mrs. Melba Feuerstein Featuring Name Brand
A native of Thomasvifle to suit pocketbook.
she moved from; Tampa to Pine- Mae S. FreelingDied William Sullivan the son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Cosmo under the direction of Mrs. trumpet; Mrs. Jean Donahue your
j castle a ago. Anthony Monell. velyn Croxton will be presented. drums and vocalist; Mrs. EvelynIroxton Furniture Bedding Accessories Carpets, Accent
year ol
: She at St. CloudMae William Andrew Sullivan 83 The wedding win be solemnizedon Also, there will be an art displayf piano; and Miss Mary
was a BaptistSurvivors
701 Cory Campbell Road, Fort Rugs, Draperies and Drapery fabrics.
Friday May 17th at six students' work. Ruth Watts baritone. Lamps
include daugh-
S. Freeling, 86, of 171S Pierce, and member of a pioneer thirty o'clock, at The will be The and its will
Church of last of school faculty family
The day
ters, Mrs. Andrew B. Starr Pine- Kentucky Avenue, St. Cloud, pass-j Central Florida family, passed (Evening Appointments)
The Holy Redeemer with the May 31. And then vacation. have a LUAU Saturday night at
castle and Mrs. Martha Towson
ed her borne
away at early away in an Orlando Hospital Reverend Father P. Woodyard Pre-school registration is set the tone of Mrs. Owen Murphy[.
Arcadia. A foster son Leroy Wednesday after a lengthy illness.A morning after a
Whittington Norfolk Va. One sister native of Maine, she had Wednesday reading the vows. Mrs. Cecil Ty- for May 13-14. Please check your on Lake Ceole. The group will
lengthy illness. ner, organist will give the wed- for new zone changes.Children gather at 6:30 for an evening of
White newspaper
Mrs. Mae Bailey been a resident of St. Cloud for
March 13 in Orange
Born 1880 '
music. Hawaiian food and entertainment.
ding first
Cynthia Rob entering their year
Springs. One brother, Wyatt Gib-
past years. .County the son of William Henry .
3 ertson will serve as maid of hon of school next fall will registerat Mrs. Jean Donahue is chairman
son Williams, Marianna. Also She was a member of the First I Sullivan and Frances Caroline
I or and bridesmatrons will be the Mary Bryan building from of the social committee. Others
grandchildren.Funeral services were held at Baptist Church and the Order of I Hancock Sullivan, he moved to I Mrs. Douglas Horde and Mrs. 8 to 4 on these days .- . if they assisting in the planning are Miss ,
Eastern Star.
2 o'clock Saturday from the Gris- Survivors include her husband Jupiter in 1901 and operated a!Louis Demilly, of Lakeland cousin ' live in the Kissimmee Elementary Dotty Rhoades, Mrs. Louise Elliott ; : :
with the Rev. Ken fernery there for nearly 60 years I of the bride. Best man will School district Others will Mrs. George Best, Jr., Mrs.
I' som Chapel -- -- -- Frank V. Freeling. before his retirement. He movedto be Philip Patrick and usher- regjstef at Highlands: SchooL Owen Murphy, and Mrs Kather- It's just small change .
Fort Pierce 2 years ago. groomsmen will be Gordon Roth. This week has been orientation ine Rhoades.
PRESTIGE One of the founders of the Peoples brother-in-law of the groom, and week for the sixth grades. Eachof Mrs. Rnoades a native of Hawaii .
Congregational Church Jupiter Fred Brusnham, of Orlando.A the four sixth grades had a sent to her homeland for o
HOMES I I he was Treasurer for sever- School real Hawaiian food and orchids. S
reception will follow at the day at the Junior High r ::
l al years and at the time of his Elk's Club. No formal invitationsare where they mixed and mingled Among the exotic delicacies the ,
BUILT death was a Deacon Emeritus. I and the will sample will be Poi
being sent but all friends and with the students spent group
FOR YOU Survivors include three: sisters,I relatives of the young couple are entire day getting acquainted with macadamian nuts, sliced papaya
I _s Mrs. Bertha Bass and Mrs. Callie invited to the wedding and re the school where they will be and coconut chips. The menu will
By Bass, both Kissimmee, Mrs. Annie ception. next fall. They met the teachers. include Pulohu steak outrigger '
Campbell Fort Pierce. One and ate in the cafeteria. rice, Diamond Head Sated. ,

L. brother, Horace Sullivan, Fort We're very proud of our faculty The faculty .will come in Hawaiian L- I S
George Reynolds Pierce. Bride-Elect Feted members who play in the Kis-' costume.

..J Funeral services were held at At Coke simmee Symphonette. This group I Mrs. Judy Davis is in charge until give it the distinctionof
Fur Further-lnformation Call 847-2856 or 847.2266 2 o'clock Sunday at the Peoples PartyMrs. gave their final concert of the! of entertainment. you
Congregational Church, with the PRINCESS GARDNER*
Haley Duke and her a

Rev.ating. Casketbearers Maynard A. were Mills Messrs.offici daughter, Mrs. Irlo Bronson, Jr. I Elks To Observe "Queen of Hearts" French Purse
were hostesses on Saturday Guild
1 Henry S. DuBois, Neil DuBois, ; Mother's DayOn Wesleyan
morning with an informal coke
Eugene Jenkins, Lloyd O. Ninear, Met .
party honoring bride-elect Judy 12th at 3:00 Monday Night
Henry Purvis, John R. Wilson. Sunday May ,
Interment followed in the Jupiter Tindall. o'clock in the aitemoon, Kissim
Grissom Funeral Home The home of Mrs. Bronson, in mee Elks Lodge No. 1873 will The members of the Wes
cemetery. Renee Terrace the for Guild of the First
was scene hold special ceremonies in honorof leyan
in of arrangements.
was charge the festive occasion and the Mother's Day in the lodge hal Methodist Church met Mon-

i I'1 ServicesAt party rooms were bridal-pretty on Darlington Ave. This annual day night at the home of Mrs.
Special with arrangements of pink and event is open to the public and Cecil Bush for the annual
1 COST Pleasant Hill white gladioli and massed daylilies I all Elks their families and their Pledge service. Mrs. Albert I ci
Miss Tindall Bearden co-hostess with
services will be was given a friends are cordially invited to was
Hill linen tablecloth and napkins by I. attend. Mrs. Bush.
held at the her I An impressive service was
from hostesses. Assisting were The newly elected officers of i
each evening
Mav Chapel 8th through the 19th at Mrs. John Spencer and Mrs. the lodge, under the leadershipof led by Mrs Jane Stanko.
8FOOIQwj:1 III1 7:30 Carlton Forrester. The guest list Exhalted Ruler Jack Whit, will Others attending were
Rev.pjn.George Hawthorn of included about seventy friends. present the special observance Alms Velma Reynolds, Al
--- Cody. Charles Hawk J. L.
..--1 Barberton, .ohio will be the ceremonies and the program will and
: : COOLING Hutchinson, Robert Eby
Summerlin include vocal solos Ralph
.. evangelist He is an accomp- Mary Misses Helen Bass, Parah and
lished accordionist and special Rodgers Sr., and Mrs. Robert
Sarah Clark.
CAPACITY music and inspirational Circle Met MondayThe Eby accompanied on the organ

I singing will be held at each Mary Summerlin Circle of by Eugene McCann.At and surround it with the glamourof

-- ::: service. the Woman's Society of Christian .. the conclusion of the program Ida Tiller'Circle the whole matching set.
11 M+1el The chapel is located one Service met Monday after refreshments will be offer-
RL ens M99"ELECTRIC half mile south of the inter- noon at the First Methodist bun- ed to all present by the ladies of Met MondayThe Enchanting heart motif cushioned on lovely soft cow-

section by the drive in the galow with Mrs. Philip Smith as the Auxiliary. Exalted Ruler I hide. Pastels and Snow White.
White all members to participate Ida Tiller Circle of the
GENERAL ater.The hostess. urges FRENCH PURSE $5.00 FRAMED EYE GLASS CASE$8.95
invited attend and, in that First Methodist Church
public Is to Mrs. Maudie James was elected way, pay CLUTCH $7.50 FRAMED CIGARETTE CASE $3.95
these services. circle chairman for the fiscal due tribute fb all the ladies, wives Monday at the home of Mrs. REGISTRAR9 BILLFOLD $5.00 CIGARETTE LIGHTER $2.95
Johnston in Idora Park
year beginning in June as Mrs. and mothers._ Joe KEY CARD' $2.95
with 12 members present. I I Plus taxI
dark, the current president, will
Grace Lutheran Officers for the new year :I
1 serve as president of the VVSCS. will be Mrs. Johnston, presi Advertised SEVENTEEN GLAMOURHUNT

Mrs. Hazel Taylor was welcomed Activities ToldAt dent; Mrs. Clayton Hinckley, I _ ._. "
ROOM AIR CONDITIONER as a new member and the program chairman; Mrs. R. R. :i ___ 'p cnV t $-.IN_ T-H ;A. _
r will be Sunshine chairman. the recent meeting of
Pollom, spiritual ;
Mrs. dark gave a brief report Women's Guild of Grace .
Louis Smith treasurer.It
TWO-SPEED COOLING . LOW for quiet stlg lIt I on' the Woman's Society Lutheran Church, St. Cloud, was voted to change the I
Conference held recently at Daytona members heard of the various
comfort or HIGH for maximum cooling. meeting date from the first BROS.
Beach. She also told of services and institutions sup
month the
each to
Monday of
the Lutheran
work with crusade scholars ported by
lust-right temperature.,Choose from ten setting. t Church. Mfissourr;$YI1od.{ ,-.p,. 'first Wednesday morninff*dur-
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Piano Recitals Hostesses for the afternoonwere i June meeting .w.
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right Stnfrtett ,..,1w or dinner remaes Mrs. Carl Schneider and with Misses Mary and "Vir. "THE OPEN FRONT STORE"
ADJUSTABLE AIR DIRECTOR. ..allows sfrafel. WON i" Central Florida Delight To Be PresentedMiss Mrs. Martin Cox. ginia Tiller.

discharge for maximum penetration or on upwwd your family . honor your guettt Myrtilla F. Beals will present . .
..pia to 45-degre. . by bringing them to this truly I a Junior Recital of her pupils -
.unique dining: room; in pianoforte May 21st at the
FtM or..Ja Para., i I high school auditorium.
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' The Kisslmmee Gazette, Kisslmmee, Flaw, Thur** May 9, 1963 5, Golden George Anderson Vice Pres.
-- BUY FROM THE and Louise Reynolds, Secj Lot 61 Less E 150' Also Beg. HE Cor mk F RunS100'W97'N100'E

GAZETTE 360 Head Closes SeasonThe Treas. were re elected N10'ofW185.of .ot1.
ADVERTISERSATHLETE'S tq Blk U. S. A. Rob1mon. 97 Elk A. Mathew ,.

: FOOT GERM Golden Age Club oi serve for the coming year. 1 AddItion Charles II Hattie Nelons._ ITl L98 c Fes.H Hoy Anderson "'" 18 3iU&
E 1SO' of Lou 1 II S. BUt .
The building fund is Beg. SW r Elk F Run
: HOW TO KILL IT. Sold St. Cloud held the last general growing 14 of S. A. Robinson' N 1(2" E 9TW E .

.. IN 3 DAYS atLocal meeting of the season at slowly but steadily and Addition Leola Johnson 178 1,73 50' W 195" Blk F. 1s.A .
If not prospects for a home for this W of Lot 4 Less W eo Mathews Adds "seas W
i pleased with
iastaat- the
Woman's Club
on Thurs also Less E 33" of W'4 of 23' for RD R/W M. C. Permenter .
drying T-4-L your 48e back active club for retired citizens 14. 11.40
drag store. Watch Infected any MartAt day at 2 p.m. Incumbent officers Lot Co BUt 16. S. A. Robtnson's S of Lots 22. 23. 94. .J.
+ .long* *ff. Watch healthy skin skin Georgia Hood. Pres. look better with the pres Addition Lilly II Rudolph O1appeU 1&1 L'18 Resubdlvts10n of ;, :.,
place It. Itch and barnlar re ,. ident's announcement that negotiations NLots 9&10 of Soquota -' BUtS L K. J. N, 0, P.
are the Kisslmmee Livestock H 0 m e a Subd1v. Mathews' .
goae. TODAY at AH' Drag Addu. Raymond LueRa Brown x 19 .
are under way foil. Less 10E.. 10' of N. % Beg. Cor Run .
Market Wednesday. 360 cattle Elementary P-TA building. ': Lot Joseph IUDaldl 192.01 3.51 NEB 2. \
and calves were sold comparedto Lot 21 of Sequoia Homes 129.69', N' 1FJ, Block oJ: c W. cI HUdred '

415 week To Meet ThursdayMrs. The study groups, exceptfor A SubdlY of F L &: I Of H. A. Mathews Addu. McLaughlin 151 .':K.01
a ago. Ihe Spanish Class which Less N. 23" for Rd. R/w. John Hugh Dyer 199 4.93 Lots 3. Co 5, S. N !to
Compared to last Wednesday Lots 9. 10. &: n BUt D. SO' at Lots 3 8r 4.Lou B. ''t"<
w and Evelyn Croxton willdirect will continue to meet, on of Forrest Hills A Subd1v of Lee' Subdlv. of 1L AMathew's '
steers heifers
w slaughter the third grades in a; Thursday mornings through of F. 1. 8r L Survey R. E. TIndall 248 37.61 Addu. Mrs. Hazel F. Evans 120! .
w steady cows weak to 50c lower musical 7 Lot S. and aU Lots Beg at S\V COr Blk D, ..
for .
the .
program meet! May have been discontinuedfor
8BIk. D. of Forrest '
Run E 74W. N 117'. W .
bulls too few for test and calves
e ing of the Kissimmee Elementary ..: the summer. These included HUla Subd1v. _?_ Foster Stutler 248..03 5.48 ', S UT Block D. W. 314

poorly tested. Stocker steers Parent-Teacher Association the G.A.D.s. (dramatics) Lots 16 a 17, Blk D. of A. Patrick Addu. R. B. At Thelma Rey! 1585 .. 31UB
Jl.00-2.00 higher heifers and Forrest Hill A Subdv. of Beg 7445 E of SW COr "
when it meets Thursday" the GA-P5. (playwrighters)' F. 1. a L Carl A. Young 2:O.f.28 Bik D, Run N 11T E 73'
cows too few for test and night in the cafeteria. : and the "Art for Fun" class Lots 9 I 10, Blk 9 of S 11T W 13' Block D,

calves steady to J3.00 with decline Crafts of Magnolia Park James E. Hill 25t 5.70 \V. A. Patrlck.s Addu. R. B. At Thelma R.y. 158S H.11
. grades will all of which will be continued Lots 13. 15.,16' BUt E 3744' Lot 3. Elk M W.

on 100-250 lb weights. also be on display. next season. 15 b n1rk_ Hope S. !Stanton 298 32.30 A. Patrick's Adds Mn. Mildred L. JaeQ 1666 ... 47.80
r: Few utility slaughter steers .Loa &oU16 15 of W% Lot I, BUt Q W. A. ,..-

I 7 1$18.50-19.50. Marnolla Park _-__- Zed B., Croft et ux 298.02. 4433_ .Patrick's dctn.u--" C. C. SmIth 1864 17.35S4401
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Lots 29 16 W57.58'01LOL
Standard and good 400-500 lb.. Magnolia aukBlk Paul W. Hansen 316 13.1 2 of llP. 1V. A Pat } !
Lots 1. 2. 15. 16. II 17, rkk's Addn. UUle Newby Avenu 18Ta..1 I..
heifers $ Blk 18 Magnolia Park _... Charles 1 Levine 331333 3M 1'1.43 Lot 5, II w4i of Lot 6.
cows 160018.00, cut- Ina 28 and 29 Elk 47 of W. S. Harw li's Subdlv.. '
I few Magnolia Park A. F. Prtboth 407 5.21 of Bib. T &: U. W. A.
% Fl ter 140016.50, canner JtotIW't S. 2Q Lot 32 8r all Lots Patrick, Less W
11501350. Jav 33 &: 34 BUt. 47 Magnolia 23' for rotd'k/w Raleigh >1. Reps ..r._.__ 1699..91

S I .%1. Good calves 523J50-27.00 .Standard Park M. E. Cash ..:._ 409 39.n AW44. Patrick3s f fJn.V, SV.
icy Lots 3 to 15 IDe.. B1k A .. ... John C. Wilds ITH 40.46
215024.00, Utility $20.50- calls for. I of Woodall & Doyle'. SubdlvofFL&LCo's S 47.58' of Lot 1 &: N
. I 47.58' of Lot 4, Blk EE,
A 21.50. I It. Addu. Eugene DanIel :536 5.53 W. A. P trtck'. Addu. Clay R. NIna D. Steffee 17... ..08
Vealers Stan- Lot C. B. Johnston ..Jr.Patrlck's .
Good 529.00-31.50. Lots 15 8r of I, Blk FF. W. A.
1t 16. Block E. .
II C. 8. Sr ._
dard $25.00-28.00. Woodall &: Doyle's Subdlv Everett F. Martin _:.. 549 21.Tl Addn. 17fa U1.03

Common 450-700 lb feeder- Lots 12 eYE 13. Block G. of of tvlrt E. o.ibdt.8 Arthur F. II ArdIa J. Dyer
s WoodaU Ie Doyle's Subd1y John & Jeanette Bra1nard 555 3.82 Lee's 1734.09. G1.&
: stocker steers 165021.00 300- Lots 6, 7, 8 of BIke G. N44 of E% Lot 2 Elk 14 .
Radford Keith
w. ._ e-t 1938
Woodall & A. Patrick's Addn. 1.88S4S
f Doylea Subdlv Eddie E. Thornton 556.01 6.38
500 Ib. yearlings 19502300. Lots 1 to 5 Intl a Bik H I of E% Lot 2 BUt 14

Inferior and Common Cows Woodall I Doyle Addn. George State Et ux 562.01 10.61 W. A. PatrIck's Addu. W. PAul & Mule BtHi 1M9 Ul.9I
Lot 6, of Block H, Wood- W W. of S44 Lot !, BUt
I 13001700. all II Doyle Addu. George Since Et. ux 563.02 13.31 I 20. A. Patrick's Addn. Charles E1lworth 18 ,50..0
. Good 250-500 Ib. calves $24.00- Lot 7, Block H. of Wood Lot 1 Less E 72". Blk 21W.
A. Patrick's AddJL 1. Robbins. Jr. 1964 J.l.82
aU and Doyle Subdly. Ruth State S.3
26.50, Medium 522.00-24.50, Com- Lots 1 8r 2. of J. H. IE4 I Less S 50' Blk 23; W.

, r ui: mon 18502200. Medium and y Woodall Subdlv. James Jones et ux 5S7 31.95 !IA. PatrIck's Addu. B. L Crtner -+----- m.' 51.28
I S 195.16' of W4; Elk
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t Good 100-250()( lbs. 240029.50, Lots 9 &: 10. of J. H. 23 W. A. Patrick's old lva May Crtner 1$46.8i. 3,77
Woodall's SubdlY. Archie Gibbons 5'72 51.rJJ Lo B Blk 25at W. A. :
Common $22.00-25.00. .
I Lot 11. at H. H. Woodall Patrickt Addn. __ James S. II Nellie B. TRIP UI8&.. 35.92
% $2.00 Per lb. Subdlv, Eugene DanIel .. .-- m 5,75 1ot C Blk 25 of W, APatrick
7 i iI iI 6Ie[ Local Tankmen Lot 17 of J. 1L Woodall'a Addn. -. James S. II Nellie B. TIlly 181W.oa. 3.41
Subdlr. Lelia McDonald Talley 576 10.33 Beg. S. E. Cor Elk 3 Run ...
Lots 4. d, S M. C. Blanchard N. 100" W. 147.8' S 100" .& ,
Close SeasonThe Subdlv. Less E 23. E 147.8" Also Del. S 100"
l for Rd, R/W. Roscoe a Dorothy Brunner 588.01 6.56
Lot 4 Eo B. Waters R. E. TIndall :H52
Lot T, of Blk 7 of Me C. 1981r -
Osceola High tankmen UNUSUAL/ CANDIES E. 23' Lot 3, Block 3. E. B. Warsoo :

have closed their for Rd. 'awLess Roscoe A Dorothy Brunner 588.02 2.15: ; &' Sons Addn. Rafe McLaughlin 1889 :,x 37.52
season by S. of Lot !, Elk 4.
Lots 26 a: 27, Blanchard's Earlene; Dorothy Eun1ce.
defeating Bartow for the third Subdlv. .leweU Allen, .Jr. &: Mary E. B. Water's Sons Addu. Charles HarrelJo UI90.8li t. ".25

time. The score was 5044. HUNT BROS. Lots 28 81 29 of Blanch- Frances Ashley 598 2.87 flan The E.of 70'Lot 01 3 That Blk I Par, of ..!:t'

3 Going into the last event, ards Subdlv. Allen Ashley 599 3.19 E. B. Waters Son's Addn Charles Harrell'JD et ux .... 1994, . 7.31
S 50' of N 110' Blk S. E.
. it was do-or-die for the Kis- Lots 39 81 40 of Blanch- B. Waters' Sons Addn. Forrest C KIdwell et ux 1885 '" 3.28
simmee swimmers. The score arils Subdlv. Leroy Lewis .Jr. 601 53.18 N44 of Lot 3. Blk 8 E.
Lots 1 II 2 of W. 1L B. Wat r's A Sons John Miller et we 1900.88 3LS5
was 34-33 at that point in favor King"s Subdlv. Ben Bingham 602 13.85 Lot Canter- ;

s ss of Bartow. Lots 32 and 38 Incl' bury TerraceA....._.._.. Irvine J. Strasser. et ux 19&U4 100.41
The last Blanchard's Subdlv. Clyde Story 600.01 ,27.08 Lots ::5 &: 6, Blk 13 B. C.
event was the 200 Lots 17 &: 18, 01 W. H. Miller's of E. B. Waters .

.: yd. freestyle relay. The teamof King's SuMiv. Mattie E. Murrell 608 1.04 & Sons Subdlv. Claudio Yaw et ux 1-906.( -. 80.87
Lot 26. of W H. King's Lots 1 2. Eo L. LelleJ-'s "

x Robert Murray, Leon Subdlv. Anne Lee Jones 612 2.O7 Addn. Sarah Padgett ,......,,,. 1tM" 3.80
Lldik, Jim Flanagan, and Lot 7. of W. H. Morrow' Lot 21. of the Eo 1. Les- Frank R. HeBtnatwerth
Larry Smith-took NOWa Subdlv. Ohio Beatrice Hannah 626 2.15 ley's Subdlv. et ux 1-9M 3.80
eventto Lot 8, of W. H. Morrow' .
Lots 33, 34, E. 1. Les- '
give the Kowboys the vic- bright new day inPICTURETAKING Lot Subdiv.13 _? James NeugID .628 2.74 ley's Addn. _.. Marlon Koger 194-1 fI.31
of W. H. Morrow'. Lot 72, E L Leslers
tory.The SuMlv. Gioiondlna P. IUDaldl 633 LSD Addn. _m_ Sarah Padgett 19a 3.32
Osceola tankmen finished ts16&17 of W. 1L Lot S, Less W '75', Blk 1, Christine E. At Jasper ..".

the season with a record PLEASURE Lot Morrow's.18 of W.Subdlv.H. Morrow'_ GloiondJDa P. RJnaIdl 63G 3.:O .J. W. LU'S' Addu. :t.L Mill . 19M &,00
Lots 2" B1k 5, of J.
of three wins, two de Subdiv Talton Cave et us _. 637 L93 W. un". Addn. John P. Edwards et ux __ 1f'119 &.43
feats Lot 19 of W, 1L Morrow's Lot 1. Less W 41.13' Elk Surety Mortgage ';1'

lhe l !wKoda", Inslohtd/fc romc-ov' or* n Subdlv. D. A. W11lJams 638 2.3)) 5, J. W. LIlly's Addn. Investment CO, 111&1 29.70S:3.8V
1II"ftg1t Lot 20 of W. H. Morrow' Lots 9 11 & 12
Andrew CampbellIn Subdiv GioiondlDa P. R1naldl 639 1.80Lot : .'J8y. Adds. DeDl1 1. Party liitF 3<<.25
Lots 1 a 2, White 8r Dir Blk 20 '
I byahJre SubdJv. Less E. A. E.Z Done 2an LessAdd n. Mary E. A James E. Malt 1998. 22.05

Army ExerciseWater KODAK Cameras 23' for Rd, R/W Rosa Hampton 651 2.53 Less W 20' Blk 2, Lot 3 ,
Beg. 165.5: S of N. W. A. E. Donegan's Addu. Mary E. James E. Mack 1tK.8! ;.'.
makes a stouter wall Cor. Lot 18 SWlman Ie Lot 14, Blk A. C. A. ear-
Ledwtch SID of F. 1. eYE son', Addo ...__ HudueU B. Dunlap 29EI8 6.16
than stone, military history indicates I. Addu. Run E. l32.3' S. .. I & N 4' of Lot 4,
v but Army PFC Andrew L. 45 W. 132.3' N 100' Jack Haddock et ux 682 27.53L of D. C. A. Canon's Wade Jennings BIevIM
With this >C'g. 8 S. of NW Cor Addn. .._ et ux 201M.." 18.33
4 tla Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. new Kodapek Blk 7 Run E. l32.3', a .. W. 1'75' of E. 32:5: Lot 12-

Roy W. Campbell, Intercession Him cartridge... SO' W. 132.3' 1 4. SO" of BIk A of Johnston ParkReplat.
s ? St111man & Ledwich SubAdn.fF.L&ICo'a- _...... A. O. Knutson 2066.+! 807.0C5
City, Fla., recently took part at .. Lot 3 Elk B of Johnston

Fort Hood, Tex., in a demonstration ABeddu. Jack Haddock et ux -= 683 4.58 Park Rephrt ... William E. GaH et we 2438814f! 81.41
195' W of SE Cor Lot 2 Bik C JohnstonPark
of methods for armiesto
new You Id Lot 80 Run W. 60.. N. Replat '- Charles B. Geny, Trustee 2066.36 16.37
overcome river barriers. ill ,. I 209', E 60', S 209' Florida Lot 5, BIk C: Johnston
"0 ". Land eYE Improvement Co. ,-:, Park Replat ._ Charles W. Jelsnan et ux 2968.39 It2.10
r Campbell, with other members c-toc"c Addn. ,..__ __ .._ 1.
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n :- Dnra 1. Holten 699" 31.8:5: Lots 4, 5, lock X Delmos 1\ ..'
of the 1st Armored Division's 16th -
Lot 4 &: E 5" Lot 5. B1k"G Park H. B. Tanner. .: un
Engineer Battalion, demonstrated C. of Delkay Park Louis OtlteJn Lots 19 to 22 Inc.. Block .."' f ,, ...
E. % Lot 8 4k W% L t9 '140.02 43.21 V Sawalls Subdlv. of Del- -

speed methods of combat river BIk D. Delkay Park MaggIe S.. .,., mos Park __.__ H. B. Tanner .._.,. ..,. : ac. 1.80
crossing before an audience of So N's Lot 6 A W. 5 BUt Painter. 741.01 39.11 Lot 1:5: Block 2, Nick II k.
E.N. Of Delkay Park Roger G. TerrW Lawson's Addn. Thomas C. DuN ,... 21M C 2.53
nine generals, including Lt Gen. % Lots 17 & 18 pine. 142.03 5960crest Lots 1 & 2 & Land LyIng t

Walter K. WIlson' Jr. Army chiefof thou.asl.rever,, Subdivision H. N A W of Lot 1 LassetenSubdiv.
; 1 Lot 9, of NE Dol Park: George Stace et ux 148.01 18.' I __... _ Robert L. bfeis4ke et ux 2M8 1JL4O
engineers, as well as other Subdly, Ralph Eugene Moore Beg. 1108.6 W. of NE
command and staff officers. To tab Beg. 160' E of SW, of cor 155.08 59.'D Cor of NE 44 of SE 4-
goodplcturosl /f7 Lot 89, FlAI Co's Adds Run S 638.45' W 1086.48'
Heavy duty bridges, light rafts 1 Run N, 150' E 65. S 150. to ACL R.R. Then NE'lY

GET and footbridges were constructedand r W 65' WlUiam T. Beggs et ux 157.02 97.65 nthl RR to Half .
THEFAMILY N. 87.58 of Lot 1 and N Sec. or Cont.: T. C. Shop Jr. "II UO.0C5
used to ferry men, vehicles 87.58' of E. 16' of Lot Lot 23 Blk A Delwood

and tanks over a lake at Fort 2, of Block E. Nelson a Park Sub. w Erlene D. Errke .....,..._. 3Ha.3G 71.42
SIZE Hood. Wampler Sub Dlv. Jack 1. a: Lucille KOier 186.01 16.07 Lot 12. Blk B. DeUwooc1
Come In S. 60' of Lot 1, and S. Park Sub. A. G. WIH-JAJRHR K &it 3180.1! 1015.45
The 20-year-old soldier a bridge and see the wonderful new Kodak Instamatic cameras 6Y of E. 16' of Lot 2 of Bldg. on Land Leased

Kodapak film cartridges for color slides Block E. Nelson &: Warnpier Sinclair e Co. at
FROM YOUR specialist in the battalion's Company I color snaps, Sub Dlv, Jack 8r Lucille Kogar 786.02 25.10 mm Car Vine : Bermuda B. R. Fritts.Car. 211UJtc 10.33

E, entered the Army id November black-and-white pictures'also available here. S% Lot 4. Block DL a S% of NW"of SE444 See -
Shoemaker'. Subdlvl- 16 unplatted lands. Less
1961 and completed basic at _ Otis Cannon 797' 2.Z W 102' for RD R/W Ralph SatterSeN 2m 111.18
mERCURYDEALER combat training at Fort Gordon N% Lot 4, Block Dl & IL E. '75' of W 149' of S l8O'

Shoemaker's Subdiv. -_.. OtIs Cannon 198 2.2:5: of the SE4f of Sib-Uo
Lot 5, Block DL 8r IL the SW Sect
Ga.Fire Shoemaker's Sub. Hugh Holmes 199 5.59 platted Lands Less S 23'
HUNT BROS. N :;0' of S 100' of Elk RL Kenneth C. II for RD R/W _._ C. H. Arnold et ux 24463lt" .a8.M
Destroyed Robert Bass Addn. Mildred S. Smith 821 38.81 'E 26' of S 180' of SW 46
S% of SW 46 of Blk PL of SEVV, of SW a the
Building Wednesday Robert Bass Addu. Silas a Rosie Brown 828 3.61 \V 14' of the -18(1( of
NJi of Lot 4. Blk OL SE44 of SE44, of SW( of ,

Put it on a boat and themin Shoemaker's Subdivision.. Silas Brown Jr. 833 2.Z unplatted Lands lee S 23. .
put A stubborn fire destroyedthe Lots 19, 22. BUt SL. A. for RD R/W ..,..r..... C. H, Arneld ..,-._.. 2IM. 18,48
water..You immediately have E. Draughts SubdIvisIon I Lot 2 Blk A of Bruce'.
fun. business residential property 'THk: OPEN FRONT STORE' to Robert Bass Addu. Hamp Howard 839 2.59 Sunshine Homes Subdly,_ Jack C. White et fat aaUlllf' '' :
enough whole
of Mrs. Ina Swaney, 103 4 II Lot 4 Blk A of Bruce'sSunshine ..

family. They all come in small 1 E. Vine St., Wednesday morn Run RuW. c 50'r 951 N. ll: Homes!' SubdIY._ J. R. Childers et u _UN. 66.&1
Lots 18, 19, 30 31 City NathanIel A. .
95' Robert Bass Robert 1. Larson et ux 93S 72.80 _.i:..
packages but in differentstrengths. ing.The Lou 5, 6, 10, Robert Heights Sub. --- Dorothy Payne __ ..... 11.81
fire started during Bass Add u.Blk. Jesse Patterson et ux 968. 66.60 i Lots w44 44, and 4S City .'
., a W 32of the S 50' of Lot Heights ...._. II. J, Mangum et tat 312.2t 38.30
heavy rainstorm. 2. Also S 55" Lot 3. mkU Lots 4 A ::5 Blk. C Orange .

You can get instant fun (a new Heavy smoke impeded the KISSIMMEE MARINE Robert BaSil Addu. John R. Barber et ux --:- 1018.01 <1.24 Blossom Park Zed B. croft .2III.M"! 2III.H13.14
Beg. 350.28' N of SW Car ,
firemen. Lots 2 8r 3 of Blk D. Rob-
1963 :Mercury outboard) from Cause of the blaze I ert Bass Addu. Less Wr of SW"-th of NWJAth,

was not yet determined yesterday i Lot 3 for RD RIW.Va1t r C. McCollum et ux 1036/1031 138.W29' See 28 Run E 210' N 6T '
Mercury dealer. He will W
your : 210' S 6T Unplatted
A spokesman for the SALES Lot Co Blk F. Bryan -
put a new :Merc on the'boat of s Sur. to Robert Lands Buster Yates et we 2It8.! 8.:18:
fire department estimated % less InSW
the @ or
Bass Adds. Richard 1. Groover et ux 1003 2.62 Actefbil
your choice and match the damage at 6000. S3TotLotT&N10' % See. 18zsrn /
SE of RIt Raleigh Revs ... : } .:
Sub 28
of Lot 6. of Bryan'
power to the boat. There's a I The Swaheys occupied the YOUR MERCURY OUTBOARD DEALER of Block F. Root. BasS I Lot 5. Hillcrest Subdly._ Ellis King ._.,._..-: 2IJt..84 Ss1
back part of the Charles 1. Billings 1057 36.45 Lot 24, Ledoetter'. Sub-
wide range from which to make building but Adds. o1 Elk H division -....__ .._._.. Raleigh Revs_...,. ...... 211I' 9.06
your selection. . 6 to 100 the business part was vacant ... INDOWNTOWN ... NRobert Bass Adds. Everett F. Martin et ux 1067.01 60.Beg. .Z0 Lots. Subdiv.1 3. 4. 5. Ledbetter' -
NE Car Run William McKkoey 2935,64 34.20
horsepower, in 2, 4, and 6-cyl- IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN I KISSIMMEE W 66'= S 129' :66'1. 129'I Loa 25, 26. 2'7 &: W 12" '
Robert : I Lot 28. Ledbetter's Sub- ;
BUt L Bass
inder in-line outboards.The THE GAZETTE dlv. __ -
Lot 3 W of R.R. of BUt Raleigh Revs 2'8.615' a.56
P Robert Bass Ad.iu. Miss Jo Makinson 1109 S.93 Lots 11 to 21 Inc'. of '

instant fun shown above J N 125' Lot 1 Block R Led betten' SubdlT, Byra Lee SmMtI _......._._., 7113.66 23.75
Robert BaA _- W. J. Davis W3 25.82 J.:Lots 6 and 7. of Ledb- '

b the new Mere 650 . 65 h P. i LEGAL NOTICE yot4drE18'Lot3.Bik': 'y. I ten' SUbdJT. ..__ will McKinney ....._._..__ 2)83.88' 4.S8
S. Robert Bass Addu. Jaya K---- -1120. ..36' Lots 22. 23, Ledbetter" .
the most powerful 4-cylinder ;* NOTICE OF UNPAID DELINQUENT REAL ESTATE TAXES W 125" Lot 2 Robt Bass I Subdivision K. R. Steno ....._._..,_?_ JD8 1S.90
outboard built : City e' Kksiannee Florida 2nd Adds Less W 25" for Lot 18, Blk F Orange George R. Ba IIItd
ever by Mer I N.tiee U hereby Rhea that real estate taxes for 1162 are mow de- RD. R/W Iv&n7 Samett l133.04 2.18t Garden See. 1 Apt. 2211 ,.,., atJT 1332
cury. It has'the same pistons li-q.e-t sad toci-Bin with April let nth taxes are drawl- faho rot t Lot 6. Less N 64. II Lot Lot 21. of Blk N Orange
1% Per pins pvblicati CMto. Amtherity Seetira 17. Chap 7, Robert Baas' 2nd Addn. Gardens See. 2 Laarltz C. Heeei ee 1IJC ,486 13.58
piston rods and robust gear case| .i 99 the mighty Merc 1000. Ualess the amoaat. plan penalty aid costs set opposite each pare*l I Smith ftt Willie Howard 1139 13N .3) Gardens See. 3 Howard N. Alagoas et tsi aIM ,; ..88
as Lot
. 28. Blk
below are paid by Jane 1, 1963, the properties will be tamed over t.I 50 'of W 11134 of Lot T. Orange ..
Mercury's 100 hp outboard. Its 'I. the City Attorney for eellecti.a .. provided U the Cited A.therity. 11 Robert Baas' 2nd Addn James Young 1144 20.51Iff Lot Gardens 1 and See Loa 4 18_ 42. Rudolph Eo Ol.n/et et tart 2816 13.13
new balanced manifold system'lets Charles City .(JacluamCity Kt-T'---, Florida Sw _2L.14.7.;, also I Block A of Royal Gardens 2'IM 2n1

; See. 1 WIIIiJlrn r.. _.. ____ ._, ? _
6.alsoNEofSWeo'. -- -- _
it idle smoothly and it will : thru 26, Bliss B.
of Lot Bik 4 SoaUt
pop skiers out of the water with' Lot 10. BUt 14. of N. F. Fla. Ry 1:0 Sarny Bertha Whalen -.._.-- 1159 30.88'Beg. Gardens SeE'1: of Royal WIllIam CasJl''w M1 HUG
S 43 W 50"
i Bass Resubdlv. of P. W. Deg Lora 1 thru 26
Elk F !
ease. The Mere 650 is truly a II I Ross Addn. Anna From Most N'Jy Car BUt Royal Gardens _.
Lee Goettelman 25: $108.62: 19. S Fla. R. R. SurveY Sec 2 WIDWn Casperwr 3984 tikf 2313 36.90
family-size outboard. All Lot 13 N. Of Ditch Lots 1 Thru 20 BUt G of
Run S 43 W 74' S
of Payne &: Payne Addn. Eugene A. Canals 41 175.67 47 Deg E 142" N 43 'Deg.' Royal Gardena See. 2.- William Gaapeeow 1118 114. 2811 ..oro

Lot 14. Columbia Circle- H. D. & I_ Land Co.43.14 So 75 I E. 14 N 4T Deg W 142"_ Raleigh Ron 248/1.24S 337.78 Lots 1 thru 14 BUt H of
Visit your :Mercury dealer and I Lots 5. 6. 7. 13. 14. 15. 16. Beg Most NW'ly Cor Lot Royal Gardens See 2 WIDkm Geper.w 9/18111ar >>II 19.82
all fOt BUt A B oswe Subdlv. Elizabeth a Thomas 4. Elk 20 SF RY Survey Lou 1 thru 27 Blk 1 of
the Meres. He'llshow ors AND
see new rams esd Royal Gardens
See 2 WilHam
at Lot aall'I'O\4' 291, IJ.>.
) Payne Stewart 51.01 3.96 i Run S 47 Deg E 6'7.05. to w :23Ti 97.92
you that even the family Lot 17, BA B ?| Mld-SUte Homes Pt of Beg. Run 47 DeE LoU 1 thru 3:5: Elk J of

size is the economy size. Mercs Maple Tan glove leather adds to the Subdiv Lots 1 01 Payne Z, m: Payne B, 01 C/o Harry JoL Hobbs 55.01 48.77 AII 69.16 n&', N 43 Floyd St1DebauEh 1263.01 Lots Royal 1 Gardens thru 9 See Blk K ofWMMtm Gaperow 2rN.... 3008 ;. ..1'7
comfortable styling of this flexible all Subdlr. of Payne Royal Gardens See 2flIHam Caserow }'
give RUN for Payne that Portion mk 2G S
you more your boot A 6U Lots l thru. 2'7BUtLat
xirpose Yes comfortable an : Addn. __ Jones Yates 56 1.IM I R. R. Co'. ''
money. lexible yet constructed for long we Lots 13 to 20 Inc. BUt B. A strip 61. Wilde Royal Gardens See 3 WIJItam Gapeeow 3118 slots 3MC # $..
B s Lots 1 thru 43
o well's Subdlv of pAt Bin M of
toomy round.toe and low broad heel l N.E. Cor Elk 2GIS
Payne A Payne Addn.. Carrie Royal Cordons See 3 William Gasesow 30401hnt.
Johnson _59/rJJ/61 4.39 F1a.. RR Sur. Herbst E. Frazer 12T7 Lots 3881 6065
N. SO' of S2OO' of E no' 1383.90 1 thru :9 Blk N of
of Block E of R. H. P. A NW Boswell'110" Lot. 13. WU11&m_ Flora Roy:] Gardens See 3 WJItJam GaQlel'OW 3088 the atH ..95
Addn. F. Miser
Drought's Addition 1301 38.18 Lots 1 thrtt 30 Elk 0 of
Arnett Bell _ 75 1.7115.47J Parker & Edmondson'
Lot 8 Blk GatR.H. P. : Royal Gardens See 3 WIIKam Gaipee0w 3111 stale at4I 42.20
Sizes 4-8 DIY. of Lots 27, 2S. All Elk
fo Gardens
Draught Addition -
Ruth A George H. Stace 94.01 Boswdls Adda &: N Por- See 2
Lots 5. 6. BUt J of R. H Merton V.. Jr. &: Barbara I tion of Lot F N. T. WillIe Lee II EIease 1.1nplatted Land In N34 of WIllIam GayKOa:: 8e1'98.86

$495 I Iret P. Draughts Addition ._ H. Dillard A Albert E A Dawes cat Marione Jones!' 13)9.02 18.62 E% of NEI4 See 19 $et. }.
Lois M. Udlk 99.03 145.02 Lot 19, teplat of Neptune Ha1q B. Duke 1348 41.21 N RlW Line BatnwrU -
N GO of S HO of E no I Lot 74. PL and N
Replat of Lane
Block Neptune Eugene Robert StInebaugh 1388.01 17.25 See 1.9 '-:
K, of R H. P. 11.96'' Lot 7 &: N 10' Lot 6. Blk .. Boded an W By E R/W

mERCURY S.Droughts 100' Addition W. L Jessie Coates 101 D. Osborne' A O'NeahS LIne AIrport RD err W Ham CUt! 6_ ate; ..
f dsir I Addu. Edwin Lucas et al 1428<< 4.81 Beg 1258.85' E of NW ..
of Draughtsof Elsie E. Baker ._. 111.02 .ffi: Lot 5. Elk D; of Osborne Clarence D. Ie Lola Car See 2012'51Z9 Ran S.
Lot 1. Less E. 80 Elk !. 01: O'Neals Adds. U. Hickey 2625.3 E 29.5' to P.O.B.
1t. 86 S. A. Robinson Addn.Lot . Hattie Arnold .. 133 6 10, 1429 3JO!
65. SO. 35. 2_.. W. 42" of Lot 1 BUt 0s- Less RD RJW Kt g CenstnlcUoa Caalpalgr 3101 1.8Cr
9.8 and 8 hp oattoardsWe. inson 4,Addn.BUt 4.. S. A. Rob borne a O'Nea1s AdduOUD Williams 1439 3.1f SW4G of NEI4 See 19ZSrnNofRR&Eof/
Less E. T
of Cor
.KrE UffW for XD. R/W. Lesley E. croft 132.02 m..zj BUt F Run S C. W fI1 I AIrport ReI.
o CO *. Food< lie Wo, Ethel P. btaguKey _ M Srwnnck 1FISSIMM 12 DAKUMGTOtt Lot 10. Block 6, ot S. A.Robinson's N 42" E 97% Elk F. .
Ss9ssdisry. I Addition Elizabeth .McCr1DDon .153 2).ZS Clarkson' Subdivision F. D. Douglas le8 2.70 I dad1a. lateral sad e.s4 _wkkl_are a.4 ...... .*

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


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Eddie Clemons Tropical Park, REALTORAMAFOR THAT Walter Phillips the holderof all members of Florida Citrus USED Parks Furniture Co.
847-2380. the following certificates has Mutual residing in or owning citrus -
filed said certificates for a tax deedto fruit grove property in Florida FURNITURE
WEIGHT safely with De* FOR RENT-2 BR apt. $50 mo. be Issued thereon. The certifi- Citrus Commission District No. 4 for Prompt Ropolr ol Yovr
cate numbers and years of Issuance comprising Orange and Osceola Sewell-Thurmond I
A-Diet Tablets. Fun week's Newly painted. Includes elec- the description of the property counties: REFRIGERATOR

supply only 98c. Broadway tricity. 421 Mabette St. Call SALE and the names In which It NOTICE Is hereby given that 1015 Wsff Church ORLANDO Phone $47.4171Christian
pursuant to the By-laws of said
was assessed are as follows:
Pharmacy. 847-4517.:
Certificate No. 126 Year of Issu- Florida Citrus Mutual there will

FOR RENT: Furnished apart ance May 29. 1961 held. at on 2:30 the 22nd at day New of Orange May. now*rs tor All Occasions
Description of Property: S 50 of p.m. Science
ment with gas and water furn- N 200' of E 100'. Lot 1. Seminole County Agriculture Center. Orlando -
ARTICLESFOR ished. Good location. Shade. 3 Br. Home Land & Investment Co. Section 12. Florida: a meeting of the mem- BLUE HUGH'S Society
26 South. Range 30 East bers of said Florida Citrus Mutualas
Township (
SALE 617% Patrick. Lot 73x147 Name In which assessed: F. 1... designated above. FLORIST Each Wodnosaay S p. m.
The purpose of this meeting Iso 309 N.
al Randolph
FOR SALE OR RENT: Two bedroom of Issu- elect three directors of Florida
house, furnished. Hudson A ance Certificate May 29.No.1961 121 Year Citrus Mutual and to transact I IS WOAOWAT M7-4S s...., S.rrins- . . II L"

Description of Property: Lot 292. such other business as may properly S.a4_, fctol . . TtM L"GREEN'S
BABGAT BAfiNnO Street. Phone 847-3307. be considered by said meeting.
Seminole Land &: Investment Co. ,
> le; Zippers StI 26 South. Proxy voting will not be perAnyone
; FOR RENT: Two and three Section 1. ,Township
Brushes '7e; Ear Bob. Ie; Shoe Excellent closets and storage space. Large Range 30 East mitted. i! LEARN BARBERING
ale; Seeks ite; Pillow '7/e; room apartments. Aircondition- Name In whIch' assessed: MlltyA. representing a corporate .. I. I
lasers Y future awellpayiag
Skirts SI;;; $1 Dresses bathroom with Formica Wide member of Mutual must have a r FUEL
;;; ed. Morefield Building opposite vanitory. car- Fairchild et ux
written such
authorization from
Si.60;;; BBC S5c;;; NyI.a. See; Certificate No. 119 Year of Issu- ClassyV.A.
& Night
Hackles postoffice. Also furnishedhouse corporate member to represent It Day
&c II
: 15e Belt
; 1961
IV; Caps 15e; Spread. $%.60; 606 Emmett. port, roofed patio. ance Description May of Property: Lot 502. at the meeting and vote in its be- Apprwed Sales and Service
Barber College
Hair Net. u; T-Shirts See; Seminole Land & Investment Co.. half.Dated
Nearly Kverybdy Trade at The Section 34. Township 25 South. at Lakeland Florida this I 3399 S. Orange BI....m Tr. I IGA.
,FOR RENT-2 BR house furn 3rd day of May 1963.CHARLES '
Bartalm Barn. Cme t. Sibert Range 30 East M17C ; PMOM M7-417J M7-WI
Mill Warrhonse ia Davenport ished. One BR trailer. Lots for $12,500 Furnished Name In which assessed: E. M. C. PARTIN KISSIMMEE
Immediately. Follow Secretary
BARGAIN BARN. the signs trailers. Rainbow Mobile''! L1psowitz No. 45 Year of Issu- Florida Citrus Mutual SAND ROCK
Week $11,500 UnfurnishedFLORIDA May 9. 1963 For Go Dthvery: Phone
Ope Day And Samdays. Homes and Trailer Park Mich-j ance May 29. 1961 MORTAR MIX j '
Description of Property: Lot 4. Harold Wigd 847-2058
igan Ave. %-mile off Vine Block 21, Kissimmee View Unit B. CALL FOB BIDS STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Rotchor 847-4539 i

FOR SALE-Gentle riding mare, Street past Bowling Alley. I Section 11. Township 25 South. NOTICE Sealed TO bids CONTRACTORS will be received: at I Kenneth Biodtoo

three years old. Call 847-2067. Range Name 28 In East which assessed: John he office .of the Board of Public 892-7695 (St. Cloud]
APARTMENTS FOR RENT J9. Instruction of Osceola County at
Barbee For Gas Service: Phone
FOR SALE Kohn Blonde
: Organ. Jll $12 per week, Mrs. Paul Certificate 'No. 47 Year of Issuance 1 hacker and Ernest Streets. KIs- J. 8. RounfrM 847-4062
finish. Call 847-4583 after 5:30i 1961 simmee Florida up to 10:00 A.M..
Davis 114 Emmett Street REALTYCOUNSELORS E.S.T. Robert Allen
Description of Property: Lots 5 Tuesday. June 4. 1963. for
p.m. he 0 Branson 847-4570
construction of Science
complete Emory
& 6, Block 26. Kissimmee View
FOR RENT: Apartments and 25 and Home Economics Classroom Leo Girourd 847.2061
Unit B, Section 11. Township
KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIL- Addition to the new Osceola 00i R. H. Hall 892-1212 St. Cloud
28 East
houses by week or month. Cot INC. South. Range .
High School Kissimmee. Florida.All
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. Name In which assessed F. N.
ton's Apartments North Orange .: bids received will be publicly or coil H. T. Summons Mgc.
OSCEOLA OIL CO. me '. I Herger opened and read aloud. Plans and I KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 847-4819
Blossom TraIl. 2 Kissimmee Certificate No. 50 Year of Issu-
specifications may be examined at j
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941.
ance May 29. 1961 I
847-3157 the office of the School Superin- CV&wry
Kitchenettes and trailer 847-3156 Description of Property: Lot 5. tendent. Ernest & Thacker Streets, R. W. Lossitor
' : rooms Block 31, Kissimmee View Unit B. I '47-3<<2
FOR SALE-1961 Ford 4-door. 6 of'
cylinder stick shift, radio. apartments with lake and shut. ;Section 11. Township 25 South. Charles Kissimmee.H. Parsons.or at the Architect office 18 Phone: 847-3524 John Evans St.Cloud 892-3482

fleboard. By week, month or EXTRA LARGE choice home Range 28 East N. Stewart Avenue Kissimmee.
assessed M.
Very clean. 1200. 1515 North Name In which : J.
year. Capitol Motel, St Cloud WANTED Refined settled sites trailers or business lots. Shalloross Fla.One set of plans and specifications -
Bermuda Avenue. 847-2463.
Hwy. 441. lady for telephone work in $10 down $8 month. Electric ance Certificate May 29,No.1961 145 Year'' of Issu- and forms for bidding may Radio and SALES-SERVICE

own home. Must have private and good water. Save high Description of Property: Lots 401 be only secured from the by office general of contractors the archi- iff ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

RENTFOR line and be able to devote a rent. Tropical Park on Route to 405 Inc.. New Eden Unit 3. Sec tect by depositing 2500. mm <*
FOR tion 25. Township 25 South Range coMPim
1 time North Kissimmee Eddie BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION HOMI ruuasMNCS
WANTEDGREATEST reasonable amount of 441 in : 31 East OF I

RENT-Furnished cottage each week. Permanent posi- demons. Lenahan Name In which assessed. : Richard FLORIDACOUNTY. I W PARKS FURNITURE CO. '

; tion with above average com- Certificate No. 106
PART FULL Year of Issuance .
OR W. ,
By BBStephensSecretary. It. O.d
2 BR, screened porch, nice mission earnings. Write giv- LEGAL NOTICESIN May 29. 1961 -
TIME Opportunity in Kis- '
shade, IH-miles south from open Description of Property: Lot 103S May 9. 16. 23. 1963
simmee. Earn up to $65 and ing qualifications to P.O. Box THE COURT OF THE COUNTY of RR. Pinedale. Section 29,
post office. Reasonable rent. 931-M Kissimmee. JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY Township 25 South Range 29 East
more weekly from the start IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH
Call 847-3527 or 847-3626. FLORIDA Name In which assessed: Un- NORRIS
serving Watkins i customers NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN known "
FOR RENT-2 Bedroom home ) of Issu- 1
household products with Good .SUMMER POSITION for ambitious ETHEL AUGUSTA GLEASON ) ance May 29, 1961 NO. 6487

furnished. 915 Patrick Street. Housekeeping Guarantee. Full teacher or class a/k/a Ethel A. Gleason )) Description of Property: Lot 7, REYNALDO A. ANLLO. ) !. Cleaning is a Brcczt with our Saniton S.rvicI'J
upper Plaintiff >
Inquire at 913 Patrick Street. Deceased. ) Block A. Trail Sub., Section 3.
'or'part time man or woman college student male or fe To all Creditors Legatees. Disrlbutees. Township 25 South Range 29 East vs. i for Drapes, Slip Corm, Blankets, feather Pillows. ,
APARTMENT FOR RENT needed at once. Set your own, male opportunity to earn and all Persons having Name In which assessed: RobertL. PATRICIA ANN ANLLO. J
Claims or Demands against said Larson, et ux Defendant. )
Furnised with utilities for ladyor
investment. Write'
hours. No
J1.000-J1.500( in 60 days. $540 Estate: All of said property being In the NOTICE BY PUBLICATIONTO
gentleman. J10 week. West Watkins Products Dept. M-l minimum guaranteed. Write You and each of you are hereby County of Osceola State of Florida. :'MRS. PATRICIA ANN ANLLO KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
Martin Lane 1 block off P.O. Box 2447. Memphis Tenn. notified and required to presentany Unless such certificate or certificates C/o James Loughlln i
P.O. Box 243, New Smyrna claims which you or either of shall be redeemed according 35 Squantum Street
Thacker, 2nd house on left, Beach. Florida. you may have against the estateof to law the property described In Worcester" Massachusetts 103 East Dakln i Telephone 847.4941ROTS
Scarfo. SHOP IN KISSIMMEE Ethel Augusta Gleason, a/k/a such certificate or certificates will YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
Ethel A. Gleason deceased. late of be sold to the highest bidder at Complaint for Divorce has
Osceola County Florida to the the Court House Door on the first been filed against you. and you fI
REAL ESTATEFOR County Judge of said County at Monday In the month of June 1963. are required to serve a copy of
his office In the Court House atCUslmmee which is the 3rd day of June. 1963. your Answer or pleading to the
Florida within sixcalendar Dated this 2nd day of May. 1963. Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor-
s BASS SPRAY'SERVICE months from the 'date of /GLENN RAY ney. GEORGE L. CLAPHAM.
SALE: Three bedroom two he first publication of this(Notice Clerk of Circuit Court North .Court Street -Poet' Office ROCKSEPTIC

bath home. Large living room, Each claim or demand must be In Osceola County. Florida Box 2062. Orlando. Florida and
.710 EAST VINE flit the original Answer or plead
writing and must state the place of (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
separate dining, built-in kitchen residence of the claimant and 'muse May 2. 9. 16. 23 1963 ing In the office of the Clerk of

TELEPHONE 847-2023 Florida room carporte, > sworn to by the claimant hiS the Circuit Court on or before the
agent or attorney. or the same will 10th day of June 1963. If you fall
utility room. Two miles East of beCome void according to law. NOTICE FOB VACATING to do so. a decree pro confesso TANK CO;
Guaranteed control of Chinch Bugs Army town on paved road. 13000. This the 15th day of April. 1963. ABANDONING PUBLIC AND will be taken against you for the
DISCONTINUING relief demanded in the Complaint.
Worms, Ants, Grasshoppers, Dollar Spot, 8474406. Executor of the Estate of STBEET DATED at Kissimmee Osceola
Ethel Augusta Gleason TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: County. Florida this 7th day of'
Brown Patch and others. Take notice that of May Culvert Tile for
many THREE ACRE ORANGE a/k/a Ethel A. Gleason. County Commissioners of Osceola 1963.GLENN RAY. I' Driveways

Nutritional Fertilizer included in every GROVE, two houses. Income April deceased.18. 25. May 9 13. 1963 County. land Florida on will petition at 10:00 of Clerk of the Circuit Court', Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
$150 month. Terms. Eddie de qualified owners Osceola County, Florida 1
o'clock A.M. on May 27th. 1963 at (Circuit Court Seal)
Cement Work 280 Gallon
spray for your lawns, ornamentals and mons. Tropical Park. 847-2380. NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO the County Court House at Kis By Marjorie R. Haye. Traps

Citrus Fruit Trees. WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: simmee. Florida, consider and de- Deputy Clerk
ALL OF TROPICAL PARK sub- Notice Is hereby given of intention termine whether or not the County May 9, 16. 23. 30. 1963
division for sale. Make offer. to apply to the 1963 Sessionof will vacate abandon discontinueand
"We Give Top Value Stamps" the Florida Legislature for passage close those streets and roads NOTICE TO BIDDERS I 15 Years Experience
Want to get out of Kissimmee. of and renounceand
an Act to Increase and set hereinafter NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to
Eddie Clemons. 847-2380. the salary of the Superintendent of disclaim any right of said all Interested bidders that the K. ,C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
I Public Instruction of Osceola County County and the public in and to Board of County Commissioners of I I
flall_ REAL ESTATE CONTRACTS for Florida. any land or Interest therein ac- Osceola County, Florida will receive
sale. Large discounts. Eddie i BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION II quired by dedication, prescription. sealed bids until 10:00 o'clock I
OF or otherwise for street alleyway, A.M., May 28. 1963 for repairs to
Clemons. Tropical Park. 847 OSCEOLA COUNTY road or highway purposes said one International TD-14 tractor I
2380. I FLORIDA I streets and roads being describe which Is located and may be seen j Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
By: Miles Sharp, Chairman as all streets and roads lying within at the Osceola County Road Department I
April 25. May 2. 9, 16, 1963 the following described property, Barn at Kissimmee Park.

,- 1 to-wlt All of- that part of the ?,4of Florida.Specifications may be obtained

KISSIMMEE VACUUM STORE f. s -t the NOTICE Circuit TO Court DEFENDIn of the Ninth Section 32. Township 25 and South.un from the Clerk of the Board of I! PHONE: 847-3524
Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof Range 31 East, unplatted County Commissioners at his officeIn
Osceola. State of Florida In divided and all of Lots 10 and 24. the Courthouse.
Chancery. No. 6483. JAMES E. and the East % of Lot 9. all as Immediately following the time
JACKS. Plaintiff, vs. CLARA L. shown by the Plat of Florida Ag- above shown the proposals received -
JACKS. Defendant. NOTICE TO ricultural 'Company'ssubdlylsioiof will be publicly opened and
DEFEND. The State of Florida to said Section 32. Township read.The STEEL SALESANY
Clara L. Jacks. 9700 South MUlard. South. Range 31 East County reserves the right to
h Evergreen Park 42 Illinois. You to the official plat filed and recorded reject any and all bids and to
219 BROADWAY the public records
are hereby notified that a suit Inequity among waive formalities. DIMENSION
for divorce has been brought of Oscpola County. Florida: BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS ANY AMOUNT
Also all of Lots 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. OF
KISSIMMEE against you by James E. Jacks In
and 14 of Block 106 and all of OSCEOLA COUNTY.
the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Priced
of Runny-
Circuit In and for County of Block 107 of the town FLORIDA
SEWING MACHINES mede according to the official (SEAL)
; Osceola. State of Florida; and you
: recorded among
plat filed and By HARRIS G. DANIELChairman
hereby summoned ordered and
"' . the public records of Osceola I TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
: file written
:. .. required to your an-
VACUUM CLEANERS County. Florida. 918. 1963
-:. t : : _,; swer or defenses to the Complaint Persons interested may HORSE TRAILERS AND UTILITY TRAILERS
1. filed herein against you In the place
C,. '. ., ... entitled In the officeof and be heard at the time and KISSIMMEE REAL ESTATE
above cause.
ALL Flora E. Auch to Elwood M.
above specified.
of said Court his
'the Clerk at
.:: '. ;' : .: Qp COUNTY Brake and
;... . office In the Court House in Kis- BOARD wife Kissimmee. 8800.
MAKES .. . . .\ simmee. Florida, on or before the COMMISSIONERSOSCEOCOUNTY. Barbara Brown to D. V. Farnsworth -] c.IaIe wr wtrw.. -AI wert C.AI a.
., ",.- .. ,. "1! 31st day of May. 1963. and to servea and wife. Haines City,
.'. ... .. FLORIDABy $2.200.
I' of such answer or .defenses
. . -.. copy Harris G. DanielAs Charles E. Vlnk and wife to OM Orlando Livestock
PARTS AND SUPPLIESSECURITY .; . Thacker and Thacker. plain- : Hwy. noar Market.
:.,....... ..,. .:: Its Chairman George Patro, Intercession City, I
:! tiffs' attorneys whose address Is .
. ...- ,...' :--... ATTEST: Glenn Ray 5800. Rt. 1, Box 25S-A 10...........
t- Florida.
..:.... ... !e: ...,... : Box: 527. on M Its Clerk Ralph 1... Cooper and wife to Wil _
.0 .... ... ... ,. .. or before said date as required bylaw
1963 L. and dcrud.
llam St.
.. : fay 9. wife.
.; ... ;'..... .. If you fall to do so. a De- sit rmn.
.P.yjh.: ':: cree against Pro you Confesso for the will relief be demanded entered- I LOU YOUNG WELDING
..: !!' !a.!: In the said Complaint.
WITNESS hand as Clerk of
For Of said Circuit Court of Osceola PHONE 847-3898
/ said Kissimmee.and the seal Osceola of II PICK YOUR OWN DOWN

County. Florida. on the 23rd day
These Services of April. A.D. 1963.
Is In Your Hand. Clerk of the Circuit Court. PAYMENT OSCEOLA TIRE
.. Osceola County. Florida I
.. New Houses
i (Circuit Court Seal)
Thacker and Thacker

ColftlftercialStnlcl1H'es I:'I Attorneys Kissimmee.for Florida Plaintiff 525 $50 575 $100 5200 Custom

I May 2, 9. 16. 23. 1963 I Recapping \iiI


o Additions FLORIDA.NO. 5708 I 1955 BUICK 4-DR. WITH AIR-COND. I I

; ; aGsD IN RE: ESTATE OF ,. t

AluminumWHtwy You and each of you are hereby 1953 FORD /4-TON TRUCK IciL1)fl ECONOMIZE
Our Homeowners Insurance Policy which includes notified and required to present

fire, windstorm, theft,. liability and other any claims which you. or either of
many you may have against the estate 1956 PLYMOUTH with OVERDRIVE ia Extra QAUty Block
hazards helps you protect your property at a min StorefrontEstimates of Leslie W Sullivan. deceased
late of Osceola County. .Florida to
imum of expense. Call us. the County Judge of said countyat 1950 BUICK 2-DOOR c t At No Extnt.Cost his office In the Courthouse at
Kissimmee. Florida within six
calendar months from the date of 1953 DODGE 4-DOOR S47-4021
the first publication of this notice. .
LUPFER'SInsurance Each claim or demand must be In
SEE writing and must state the place of 1953 FORD
residence of the claimant and must Member of Osceola County Rsfidera Awodaifon
I be sworn to by the claimant his
agent or attorney. or the same will
K. C. MeereI J r. become void according to law.

Agency I This the CLARA 29tl day SULLIVAN of April. 1963. RIEDEL MOTORS OSCEOLA .CEMENT

Executrix of the Estate of
Leslie W. Sullivan

19181963 Murray deceased.W. Overstreet. Jr. YOUR DODGE DIALER PRODUCTS, INC.

11 Stewart St. Attorney for Executrix

IS ....ihwry- ** T* MM tak-S474121r Pheee 847-2276 P.Kissimmee.O. Box 492 Florida 21 EMMETT ST. 847-3661 NEPTUNE ROAD KIS6IMMEBalinimum

_May 2. 9, 16, 23. 1963 ,

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