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

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_. i: .Wi l 24' Klsslmmee Entered as Osceola Second County Class Matter Florida I KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1963 Established 847-2881 1994Fbone PRICE TEN CENTS .

.Aiodist Miss Beals HonoredAt .. .
i.__ FundUnderway I >} {?F ''

Dt e First Lady ."" (:

; A tea honoring Miss Myrtflla I ground. She is

I F. Beals, First Lady of the member of the .
A, I Start 01 a w fund-raising cam man; Mrs. Jess Thacker, special) Year of Beta Sigma Phi, her I sides of her . ..
paign to bn urta second educational -gifts chairman; Albert Rogers, honored guests, Past First Lad being first

I lAklin& KJthe First initial gifts chairman; Henry T. ies since 1956 and mothers of (Calvin Coolidge.luny ,
i Methodist ujouit* here has beenannounced Simmons general solicitation::: the members of the three local
ELKS TEAM-The Elks Little League Team are pictured toA A&LS M. Cody? general chairman; Richard Luzadder andI chapters was held Saturday : letters

above left front Logsdon Carl Wha- chairAiaJi 0T the building Carroll Starling, team leaders; afternoon at the Episcopal friends and
to right row.Skipper par received and
fund canvaasJk \ Mrs. Sam Lupfer 3rd, hostess
lin. Second row, Wayne Littlefield, Mike Romack Bill The cam& &Si&Vior a minimum chairman; Mrs. Albert Rogers, ish house. her ability,.

Haggard, John Miller, Bud Pipkin, Carl Culver. Thirdrow of $ioioo
Prentice Chaff, Tim Strickland, Randy Kelley, A similar earn'was heldin Chapman, canvass treasurer.The Miss Beals program, who giving in the past amusing

Randy Ingersoll, Dicky Hunt, Bobby Hahhard, Dean 1958. This resulted in the pres- team leaders announcedthe fifty has influenced the telling of her
ent educational building and the election of the following cap. years ment through
Greer. Back row," Les Wilkie and Ralph Davis, managers. Lives of so many young boys and
air conditioning and renovation of tains: the depression,
Photo Hamrick girls during her duties as piano
( by )
the sanctuary. E. M. Jones, Charles E. Jack accepted an
The campaign started Wednes- son, McLyn Smith, Murray Over- Instructor, glee club director and vegetables Kenton in-
orchestra and band director of
day at 7 pan. with a dinner for street Jr., Donald Brown, Fred and ironing for '
all members and friends at the Conard, Eugene Farmer, H. Ted the Kissimmee Schools. that all might Club
high school cafeteria. Miller, W. E. Trump, and W. O. She formed the school band in.I unity for a club house
1937 with $IS from the friends !
and Taylor. Mrs.
Plans for the canvass ex- Special ;
discussedby Mrs. Lupfer's Committee elected solicited by Sam Brammar. su-
pansion program were Beals were I Seckman,
71f a 'few church leaders. the following Table Hostesses: pervisor of Public Instruction, Mrs. Corrine Mrs.
"It was a happy occasion to I Mrs. James Winland, Mrs. Henry and an assortment of old instru- Roberts, Mrs. I ;
: Bohroff
,., celebrate the 81st anniversary and Simmons,, Mrs. Carroll Starling, ments left over from the old Helen .,
c 1 f x 1 tN 4 NU M y an opportunity to become ac, Mrs. Charles Jackson, Mrs. H. boys band which had been spon- Paulk, Mrs. ( ).
L M4 tNL f quainted with the many new Henson Wilder, Mrs. Earl D. sored by the Kiwanis dub.

members," Cody said. Clark, Mrs. Riley 'Miles, Mrs. Charter members of the bandat Harry Mrs. Kate Lively,

To enable all to attend, he said, Darrow H. Getty, Mrs. Harry present include Nelda Tartar, Makinson, Mrs.
pu t a children's movie and ice cream Northrop, Mrs. Edwin Whitewolf, Inelle Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mrs.

air tK party was held at the church, Mrs. Richard Lusadder Mrs. Ivey Luther Harris, Cicero Kne- Tyner.Uly Miss
bungalow and a nursery in the: Murray Overstreet, Jr., Mrs. W. chel, B. G. Grissom, Iris Lee and Mrs.
Thacker Bldg. C. Seckman, Mrs. Francis Murray Conley Beck. They presented her
The following leaders, besides Mrs. Phyllis Gephart, Mrs. with a bouquet from all the Orlando. show at Bur-

Cody, .have been elected: L. M. Williams, and Mrs. Art charter members. Former Past
Sam Lupfer 3rd, canvass chair-, Dyer. Mis Beals retired in 1951 but so honored Conard found
--- was invited to stay on at the Mrs. P. K. parliament.
school as piano instructor. Here son Makinson, of great in-

Works Project. you will find her from 7 a.m. an, Mrs. D. L. ;

CHRISTIAN CHURCH TEAM-Members of the First to 7 pjn. Helen Bass. re-

Christian Church Little League team are pictured above, The program gave a brief account street, 1961 short Home

left to right, front row, Greg Kervin. Second row, James Given Green LightGoahead of her childhood and back- present. I a of this re

Huddle, Ricky Partwell, Jerry Muller. Third "row, Jay Sales Tax evenings.

Clanton, Billy Gephart, Richard Tyner, Teddy Partlow, was given to preli- The commissioners authorized I Overstreet Woman's Jr.

Tommy Derryberry. Third row, Terry Powell, Wayne minary planning for public contracting with Smith & Gilles- include

Bovfo, Jimmy Muller, Mike Murray, Doug Walls and Rex works project here that, could pie, engineers, to perform the Show Increase in r e e children

Partin. Jim Huddle and Major Beiter are the team man amount to more than a million work in making tehe applicationto Training Cent

agers. (Photo by Hamrick). dollars during a five-year per the federal government. The Sales tax collections for Os-' March and clothing for
iod. City commissioners have agreement specifies that if the ceola County for the month of lected in April school chil
authorized application for federal planning should materialize into April totaled 33201.46 as com- 864,396 gallons donations to
Riedel's To SponsorBoy's funds to prepare the preliminary actual work, the engineeringfirm pared with 32733.06 collected in last month, he 'Hope'.

I plans. would be paid the author- March and with 32766.38 col-' Of the newly

ContestIn There would be two phases to ized engineering fees. lected in April, 1962 accordingto lected $ of the Jun-

Batting the program City Mgr. Charles I Ray E. Green, state compt- county's ; was intro
Jackson told commissioners- Tues-- Funds would be applied for roller. 5665.83 was
corporation with the ball squarely. day night. They are: under Public Law 560.;: The com- Green said gasoline taxes col- use by the installed
Dodge Division of Chrysler "It's not how hard," New- (1) Street work (new construction -I missioners also decided to talk lected in Osceola during April missioners, officers: Mrs.

Corporation, Rledel Motors is man said, "but how accurately reconstruction, and resur- to a represtative of Day & timI : amounted to $60,507.72 as compared turned over to chairman and
locally sponsoring the Dodge the ball is hit that resultsin facing); and storm drainage. I merman, engineering firm which with 54759.04 collected in department's secretary-
:"King of Swat" competitionfor a high score." (2) Sanitary sewers. I conducted the utility study here, the American
elementary school boys This means boys of all sizes 'This study ties into a study I on some rate change ideas they Local Family In ; Mrs. Robert
tween ages 6 and 11. and physiques can fairly com- being made by Jackson and the I have. To make the complete of the Worn-
The entire competition, lo-. pete with, their own age lev various department heads. They study would cost the city J1.250.IowcverJthVy Orlando Show W. C. Conley.
callay will tyke place" at) els. Boys 8 and 7 years old have been trying to work up a delayed approval \\; ; Mrs. C. W.
Rt del's Dodge' showroom, compete in the Rookie Circuit five Mr. and Mrs. Dick Caller and! Army vice p9efetent;
capital of that
Bill Newman, sales manager, 8 and 9 in the Junior budget.year improvements .expenditure pending discussions '-I children Patty, 12, Jeanne. ,_ 11,I treasurer;
said yesterday. Circuit 10 and 11 in the Senior and Jeff 9, entertained membersof To Tarver, record
Circuit. Riedel's will Gets the Florida Foresters Convention ; Mrs. Bob Bob-
Newman said
an adjustable County $34,000
375 Head
batting stand has a rodtypearm award a trophy to the winnerin with a family water showat secretary.
From Racing Fonda Cherry Plaza Hotel pool in The i installed Mrs.
with a hard rubber base- each age group and the
It looks feels Orlando last Thursday.The fUnd-raising atteDd.'r outgoing presi
ball attached. trophies are now on displayat Sold AtLocal
and hits like a regulation ball. Riedel's showroom. State Comptroller Ray E. group performed with a Immee will corsage to her
Green said yesterday each ofFlorida's
When the ball Is batted the Newman said the only re- comedy diving skit, "Cazier'sCats" ed
rod swings around the..stind, quirement for entering the MartAt 67 counties will receive < ; and followed with exhibi- a.m. at the
$34,000 more from the tion diving. Patty and Jeanne also when the
actuating a meter that records -Dodge "King of Swat" com-
"distance" In terms of petition is that parent or guardian the Kissimmee Livestock race track tax fund.said checks entertained with a pool-side jazz Ion, under
The comptroller
Allen Carroll
dance and synchronized swim
each to
feet.Newman accompany boy Market Wednesday, 375 cattle were put in the mail today number. their part of I
said the showroom.The .
the secret to
and calves were sold compared and that the payment is $3- Carroll
The family group along with
real competition ends on
distance hitting
just as a week
to 360
a ago. counties
000 more than the re-i!1 In his division
members of Bath
20 Newman said. the Tropical
pitched ball, lies in hitting the June Compared to last Wednes- ceived for the same month Club "Aqua-Nuts", also presenteda Reverend

day prices generally held last year. water show for the Martin Co. ton, chairman she majored in
Osceola steady to strong on all classes Each hase receiveda
mee qualifications as
HospitalExpansion ,management club at the Kissim-
with slaughter steers, heifers for the .
total of $193,000 cur :mee pool recently. "Aqua-Nuts" Unit dramatic arts
and bulls too few for test
I rent fiscal period, or $8,500 !
performing were Joe Suldo, Den- the opening f1 the following
and stocker calves strong to than they received for,
more :
SlatedExpansions nis Jewell, Bobby Yates and Jer- fice in the : taught school
$3.00 higher. Bidding was crisp the same period last year. ry Chancy. ThIs[ office is for 5 years;
especially on stocker calves I Two more checks will be mailed south end of plays for chil-
100-250 lb. weights resultingin I. to the counties before the Ing ) used dra-
of Osceola Hospital,' clinical rooms, waiting room; nearly three-fourths of the end of the current fiscal year Methodist YouthTo her as
to start within 90 days, was an- and the present entrance will be sale going to stockers. he said.Rotary. Hold Work The office ; enhanced experi
nounced yesterday by Dr. Johr: closed .in and a new one built. Utility and standard 400600Ib. DayThe by volunteer i was
War II
Rao. The new wing, Coffey said, slaughter heifers $18.50- Methodist Youth will holda the public is : posi-
Votes In female Ship's
to drop by .
constructed that further I
will be -
so $21.50.Utility
In time, the expansion of the "Work Day" Saturday to raise the Salvation ; headed an
hospital will add 50 beds to the expansion will be possible cows $15.5017.75cutter Scholarship FundThe money to pay expenses to the Kissimmee. school at

58 presently available, but all without any interference with 135015.50 canner Youth Camp at Leesburg this Reverend i 3 years; is a
the rest of the building.The $11.50-$13.oo. here has !
the work is not to be done at Rotary dub summer. all campaign 1st Methodist
A. ad- announced expansion is Few good calves $24.00$28.00 voted $250 for the Southern Scholarship -
one time. George Coffey, The. are soliciting work suchas terested I teaches 8th
ministrator, said. one of a series which has been standard $21.00$25.00utility and Research Foundationin I
$18.0021.00.One car wash yard work. baby and attend ; as a mem-
The old section will also be occuring during the past 15 good vealer $31.50. Tallahassee and has signifiedits sitting or any odd jobs avail fast to be Theatre Guild
renovated. There will be new years. intention to contribute a like
Common 450-650 lb. feeder- able. restaurant ? she has as-
amount for the next 10 years. Those desiring to assist themin at 8
sum. and
stocker steers $17.00-$21.00, costumes,
Dr. Sowers To inferior $14.00$17.00.Comon This was disclosed at a meet- their project by hiring them This ; the assistant di
Ray of the club Monday. Rotary
and few medium for the day may contact the beginning of "The Late Chris,
I becomes the second Kissimmee
350-500 lb. heifers $16.50- i I church office, 8473700. fort. _toward "The Diary of
club to support the organization
of $3000. m
$21.00. I has just been
Address for
GraduatesRay which makes it possible
Common and medium cows worthy, needy students to attend Radio Tests Are Captain of toe
$14. 0-$18.00 inferior $11.00- the officer ainnan., with
V. Sowers, professor of Florida State University at about I Termed Success -
education and director of teacher $15.00. hall the normal cost lando of the 1st An-
education at Stetson Universitywill Few good 250-300 lb. calves Previously the Kissimmee Lions I At 1 pjn.. on Friday a two the guest the Art and Cul

be the speaker at the commencement -. R $27.50-$29.00, medium 250-450 Club had announced a similar ,day test for Civil, Defense radio Campaign ; was responsible,
exercises for the grad lbs $21.00-$25.00, common grant. nets in Central Florida was Samuel says I lor the 1st
19002150. Medium and few i urgently .
uating class of Osceola High The Rotary dub here has been started. I
School May 31st at the Tupper- aR good 100-250 lbs. $26.50-$32-50, active in all types of youth work. I Two drill messages were re- to help the j': ed on Page 4)
ware Auditorium.He few up to $3725, common The club directors also have an- ceived over the State Sberiff'sRadio tunates of
joined the faculty at Stetsonin $21.00-$28.00, Inferior $17.00-)( nounced the intention to strive Net from Orange County] individuals I

1948 after serving six yearsas $22.00Woman's. for double-giving to the Rotary and relayed to Major E. J. :'hand wishing to !
general supervisor of Duval Foundation fund. Smith, County CID Director. Re- please i
County Schools. He has also kJr Club ceipt was acknowledged over LaHey of I

served as dean of students at SeniorsThe County Approves the RACES net. Commerce.
Florida Southern College.In } d Honors At 9 a.m. on Saturday a roll

1957 he was appointed by Girls of the Senior Office BuildingCounty can for the Osceola RACES Net Over 300 j

Governor Collins to serve as a Class at Osceola High School commissioners authorized was held and five stations answered .
member of the Legislative] Committee i and their mothers were guests the construction of a Holopaw, three in St. Attend

on Education from 195759. of the Kissimmee Woman's I small office building at the Cloud and one from Kissimmee.
The program will also includea Club at the traditional Moth- county barn. About 10:30 a.m. Capt. Harold More than t
valedictory address by Miss ers-Daughters Tea Thursday i'! The action was part of a T. Kargraves W4PTT who was served to t
Judy Roehricb: May 9th. {: program to modernize the operations net control in St Cloud made District of
Claims The guests were welcomedby I t of the road depart ; contact with the Central Florida eign countries
Small Mrs. Robert Ford, Mrs.' Iment The commissioners CID Area Headquarters at Apopka steak supper

Court To Recess Dr. Ray V. Sowers Fred Conard and officers of !were told that a new record with a good dear signal Masonic
local ? F
the club. Miss Judy Guynn,I which is difficult The
Judge John B. Hudson an- system for the department usually during I
nouns that the Osceola County Auxiliary BoardTo vocalist, and Mrs. George has already been put into effect daylight hours for that distance.i on fifteen
Small Claims Court will recess Gardner, pianist, entertained. I' This, according to H. J. This test shows that In an Star to assist
for the summer following the Meet Thursday Decorations were in lavender Mangum Asst road superintendent emergency Osceola County would Approximately
28th term. i The executive committee and and white, the colors of gives the commissioners have communications within the steak 50 gals.
May of the the graduating class. A lace accurate data on tains of cole
The Court will reconvene on members American Leg more county and contact with nearby
Tuesday, July 16th, 1963. ion Auxiliary wilL meet Thurs- cloth over a lavendar one, the work being done and the counties.: :beans were of the 1963
Those having matters requiring day, May 16, at noon at the graced the table. Lovely flower condition and maintenance. of pacify crowd.
attention during the recess period Legion Home. i arrangements and cakes the equipmentThe Friendship Ina To Three new their moth
the color scheme.. Initiated at Wo&aa's
contact Judge Hudson at his, AU are urged to attend as' carried out commissioners also
office may 1437 Florida Ave., tele-: final plans will be made for Hostesses were Mrs. Cecil authorized advertising for Meet Thursday munication. A left to right

8fl -2934, or Mrs. W. E.i Poppy Day. to be held< Saturday,' Norris Mrs. Rufus SuM Mrs. bids for repair work on a bull- ment to the faculty. Mrs.
pbone B.) Knowles,. Clerk of the May 25.Each. William Sippel, Mrs. Lester dozer. Road Supt Otis Sellers Friendship Inc. wfll meet today mitted at the and
(John is to Ivey, Mrs. H. B. Allen and said this maintenance -work at 12:30 at the Tropical and all Judy
Court, at 1422 Missouri Ave., St. one bring a sand-
I George Gardner. HoteL are urged to (
Cloud tetefbone 892-2768,. wich. Coffee win be served. Mrs. was essential

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2 Kltsimmee Gazette Kisdmme-e. Fla., Thure, May 16 1963: I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Breakfast Honors Mailbox ImprovementWeek

YII TeachersA
"" .
PRINTING can the Gazette of- : ::": .1'.. '

fice, 847-2831. Free estimateson :"c., . 4" "'"" breakfast honoring the grad- Scheduled
all types of job printing! at uates the elementary and high
i The week of May 20>25 has Rural route patrons are required
reasonable prices." .Y .: v school teachers who are mem-
;: .... been designated as Mailbox to provide mailboxesof
tJ.lLttLlfJlL'I : bers of the Holy Redeemer Cath- Improvement Week. Postmaster the standard approved type.

TROUBLEGETTING ._ olic Church will be held May 26 F. s. (Beany) Ledbetter, :Mailboxes on both rural and

. following the 7:30 mass. Jr.. said yesterday. star routes must be located
..."..-.-. which will be $1.00,
Tickets During this time mailboxeson on the right side of the read
By BETTY BUY : are now available from Mrs. mounted city, rural and in the direction of travel of

a 0 : Mary Sabetto, chairman of the star routes with delivery and the carrier, Ledbetter said.

AUTO ticket sales, or from committee collection service should re-

members after Sunday masses. ceive attention... Ledbettersaid. Couple HonoredMiss 1
Judy Tiodall and John
Need SR-22 Filing and Darrell C. Carte, agent in Os Ross, Cobb Whidden, Mary Canada .;.- r'4i Lulu Overstreet He pointed out that patrons Paul Monell, whose wedding will

liability Insurance? Ask ceola County for the Peninsular Deany Smith Joan Marie ; :: should be encouraged to fur- be an event of May 17th, were
has trip Allen Jerry Depew, Pat Driver, I Circle Met nish mail whichare
your Agent to send your Life Insurance, won a MondayThe receptacles honored at a surprise barbecue
application to us if you'vebeen to: Jamaica for himself and his Hyde Story, Corrine Bass Lamb, ..;;: Lulu Overstreet Circle met convenient and safe to Saturday night at the home of a
canetlUd or ejed.i wife Sybil. They will leave May Nan Allen, Cecil Bush, Houston ' ., use, neat in appearance and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
home of Mrs. Phillip on
.d. W. can insure almost 22nd and return May 26th. Partin Connie Joe Hunter, Cicero 1.::;!" Monday at safe to use in order to protest Rose Ave.
anyone at fair rates r.- KnecheL Betty Baulk. Uly James Conley with 12 membersand the -
Clearwater mail.
Mrs. Ralph Patt of
gardUss of driving rec. l one guest present.Mrs. The couple were given an electric
been visiting her brother and j Chapman, Mrs. J. G. Matz. Best < "Boxes that are properly
ord. Fire, theft, compre* wishes Lena Hunt conducted the mixer by the hosts.
I to each of
in law Mr. and Mrs. Roy you. erected and maintained con-
hentivo and collision alto sister Those Mr. and
Ethel attending were
business and Mrs.
also W. C. meeting
Congratulations 71.' tribute to efficient speedy delivery
available. Premiums HanselL
mayb .,, drs. Jim Dulgar, Mr. and Mrs.
Rule the devotions. Mrs. Hunt
and Cappy Reed who will celebrate Ledbetter
paid in easy Install Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lemen.agel' mail,
was elected to be the circle Ken Newman, Mr. and Mrs.
mants. their wedding anniversary
left last week to return tc
t leader for the next year, with said.He James Prather, Mr. and Mrs.
Friday. said where boxes not
their summer home at Ashkum, are
To AgentsVe will be John
Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Irk
Mrs. Arthur Held as assistant
Mr. and Mrs. Merl W. Easton r directly in front of residencesthe
pleased to send complete Il1ioois.
Bronson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gor-
kit on request. Brokerage Birthday congratulations this left this week to return to their leader. patrons name should be
summer"home Port Pa. & The pledge service was conducted shown don Rot, Mr. and Mrs Bob
1% Assigned Risk week are being sent to Susan at Royal, < I on the box along with
Plan. Simmons. Scott and Millie Schu- Mrs. Beedle and Tom left this >>;. ::: : x who assisted Mrs. Held Makineon.
was by
Goldsmith Helen week for their home at Canons-: .

LE W. DAY' 8. CO.P.a maker Acree, Evelyn Charlie Jackson,, Linda burg, Pa. i'i '- and Mrs.Wm. John Sawyers ThomasThe with I' Two Injured In Garden Club To
Mrs. John MacDougall bas left prayer
: SOX 112$1' Johnson. Dr. Charles Getty Lola :: rt June meeting will be held I Accident
for Bucksport Maine where she Y
flIIIYUle. YJ. and Lottie Lawler, Frank Brownell ,: Hold Installation
I will spend the summer with her ) at the home of Mrs. T. A. Flenner. -
Wright Culbcrtson Nina Jean } men were seriously Injured The General Garden Club of

i ICheek, Gray Nelson, Elizabeth sister. t.1 . &.. when their truck strucka Kissimmee will install their newly -
Hctherington, Donald Glass, David Cecelia A. Bush, daughter of H,.. car parked at Harrelson's elected officers Tuesday, May
tlr. and Mrs. Cecil Bush bas
To wrecking the south
Sandra Haddock Hospital 21 Mrs.
SnapperOMET been honored for outstanding Miss I city limits early Saturday anda at Mac's private dining

Scholarship, sportsmanship and Have Open high school student in the room at 12:30 p.m.
athletic in annualHonors Reservations are to be made
participation the HaddockDavisEngagement second vehicle suffered comparatively
Day assembly at Texas minor injuries, according -with Mrs. George Mansfield,
Woman's University where she is House SundayDr. to Florida Highway 847-3865, or with Mrs. Ed Neid,

[ OMET a senior. ToldMr. Patrol Trooper J J. Maxwell. 847-4848, by noon Saturday.
Roy D. Jones has enrolled at John O. Rao has an- The injured were Cecil .' The installing officer will be

Oklahoma State Tech for the nounced that open house will Mitchell Yates, 27, of Kisslnv Mrs. C. H. Brimhall of St. Cloud.
I be held Sunday, May 18 from Reports will be heard of the
summer term in industrial elec mee; Herman L. Rabon, 38,
tronics. and Mrs. James Haddock officiating. 2 to 5 p.m. at Osceola Hos- of Tampa; and Larry Evers recent convention at Miami

fJvERWHELMINGLY Bill O'Bryan of Tallahassee announce the engagement of their Sandra was graduated from pital as a part of celebrationof 17, of Campbell Station Beach, with Mrs. Eb Jones pre-

stopped in Kissimmee Saturdayto daughter Sandra to Raymond Wil- Texas W I mer Davis, son of Mrs. Conner and is currently teaching at Port Dr. Rao said the public is
visit Kate Knox. He was en- Evers had left the
McCaslin of Ft. Worth, Texas and Arthur, Texas. invited to attend and that re- FOOT GERM
Smtrtut Z..CMO. or dinner reades- route to Vero Beach to spendMother's I Osceola High School junior- HOW TO KILL IT.
Raymond Wilber Davis of Cheyenne He was graduated from Martin freshments will be served.
in Central Fl M4. DligU Day with his mother. senior prom and had gone toHarrelson's
riEETS HU Wyoming.The High School in 1959 served three George A. Coffey, hospital IN 3 DAYS.
familyonor your gnettt Julia Sharpe "brought home thexicon" for a cold drink. __
Joar .. Instantdry
It not pleased with wt -
. t\em to t&it truly wedding will be an eventof years in the UJ5. Army, stationed administrator, said a movie, .
by Saturday when she won He was parked there when In; T-4-T you 4Bc back at anydrag
.. June 8th at the Mar- in Germany. He is "Hands Around the Clock .
nniqnt dining the Award of Distinction for the Saturday, presently the truck went off the road store Watch Infffttd skin
tin Church, Martin, Louisiana employed by the Louisiana Ord- life in loach off. Watch healthy akin replace
ne. Gave a ....... best arrangement of dried materials Baptist depiciting a hospital on and struck the one Evers was It. Itch and bornlnr are
f Us.w at the Melbourne Flower with Rev. W. O. Williams nance Plant in Minden Louisiana.I a 24-hour basis, will be shown. In. &one. TODAY at All Drug Store

riVERYIi 5MtIuatJ,! Show. Garden Circles Grace Lutherans I'
Names in the news: Kissim- -

UM Heart., ... mee's Anna Tate was mentionedin Install OfficersThe Assigned Pastor
eewslew Ortsaae
n the popular Heloise's column Publication of assignments of
Rose Circle and the Hibiscus :
Monday morning.
placements of Vicars for the com- BRAIDED10x14432.
ESTCOMPARE SOUTH TRAIL Marion Davis is a patient at Circle installed their leaders ing year reveal that Edward J.
the Orange Memorial HospitalHer last Thursday. The Hibiscus Circle -Richmeyer of Buffalo, New York
daughter and grandchildren officers were installed by Mrs.
has been assigned to serve the :
DRIVEINTHEATRE the Ben Kraljev's of Fayettevilleare Ed Neid at a luncheon meeting congregation of Grace Lutheran 9 ALSO
visiting for several days. at Mrs. Mac's private dining .
Church, St. Cloud. He will assume .
Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. M.I, room his duties early in June. X $1750 11x15. '
I Mrs. Neid also decorated the 12x18
J. Matz Mother's Day Mr.
Pastor Hoerger present vicar, Runners ,
and Mrs. George D. Matz, Karen tables very effectively with hand will return to Springfield ill for 12 3x9-3x12 : . t '
ORLANDO, FLORIDA and Pamela Mr. and Mrs. Jack painted containers and garden his final year in the Seminary.The t i Sun. 3x1S 1

t/gt Kavanaugh of Lakeland, Mr. and flowers, making a pleasing and Wednesday night Adult
THURS. FRI. SAT. Mrs. Frank Bolden and Scotty, colorful effect. Bible Class under Pastor Wm. J. 11 ORIENTAL IMPORTS .,<"'
vl May 16, 17, 18 Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fletcher The officers of the Rase Circle Hoerger continues each week at your floors with these imported BROADLOOM
"MR. HOBBS TAKES and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. were installed at a pot luck picnic Oriental Pattern Rug Outstanding ?
7:30 p.m.American. reproductions of the 17th Century MILL END ROLLS ?
A VACANCY" Matz, John Day and Jeffrey at Brinson Park with Mrs. masterpieces, all the details SUN.

7:45' of .Orlando. :Mrs. Matz also had Henry Simmons acting as Install- Home tribes symbolic. .and. magnificent traditional copies of many of Wool Rayon Nylon A

several long distance, calls from' ingQfficex. ____ . -" the originals. . .. 9x72 Now $
*,...-?COM ET _. "STATE FAIR"*' her daughters up nortKlV, '. A delicious luncheon'' was enjoyed Division, Met: Heavy Woven 1'06r , tS "\ L.
10:03' Mrs. Stover has called an The May meeting of the American Oriental l Design 12x15 Now *30
Qfttfany other "THE CANADIANS" ECONOMICAL executive board meeting at her Home Division of the Kiss- Oriental E

'12:05 < FOLDING 1 home Thursday, May 16, at 7:30 immee Woman's Club was held 915 $6 900I' Rug 12x18 Now $3900
mower regardlessof pjn. Monday at the home of Miss
Extra Shop
price!II! SUN. MONI TUES. CHAIR The Daylily Circle, held their Isabel Bartholomew with Mrs.
installation Charles Johnston cohostess.Mrs. $11000 312 North -. : .- -'
May 19,20,21"COME Wednesday morning as 1015 Special :: ,'f
Proven design all steel construction; PlY WITH ME" R.g. at the home of Mrs. Lucy Gunn. Walter Buck beauty con- I Park Avc. 501Dupont .,;::
cartful manufacture assure ease of $5.95 The Gloriosa Circle will hold sultant for Studio Girl Cosmetics, Design Sam Blk. ?

handling,with minimum maintenance 7:45-11:45 theirs at the home of Mrs. Clyde presented the program on beauty 9x12 Special Post Of Nylon
30 Inch cut 4 6 4 cycU Office
costs. or
; Nelson Friday at 2:30 culture, using Mrs. Hilpa Pryoras
1.4 "COMANCHEROS" pjn. Winter 25
engines. Mows up to acres an $3500
hour climbs 45% grades. With im- a model, demonstrating cor- Park Flo. 4 SYd.. .. _, ,
will haul, snow, 10:00WEDNESDAY Esther Circle rect technique in using cosme-
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$ 95 - -- - .: :. .. ..
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MAY 22 Al km* ef fine avolrf cKvreh end attending were Mrs.
MADE Svndey wheel fcmitvre, folding chain, The Esther Circle of :the First Roy Hansell, Mrs. Thelma Right-
Fan .
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United Presbyterian Church will mire, Mrs. Theressa Clemons,
BREED" CHICX meet Monday, May 20th at 2 Mrs. Adrian Bovis Mrs. E. E.
7:45-11:05 WITH george stuaiq p.m. at 'the home of Mrs. Harry McGonigal, Mrs. George Mans- S

"NIGHTFIGHTERS" 133 RHONE East GA ROBINSON 5-4311 Doughty 1705 Catherine Street. field, and Mrs. Ralph Patt of

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2 The Kl imnwe Gazette, Kl sImnFla., Thura, May 16, 1963: I ENGAGE ANNOUNCED Breakfast Honors Mailbox Improvement

"" Graduates TeachersA
PRINTING can the Gazette of .
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fice, 847-2881. Free estimates . <- breakfast honoring the graduates -
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on aU types of job' printing at ; : /4J- ':.-r '; the elementary and high The week of May 20-25 has I Rural route patrons are re-
reasonable prices. : ?- .vI school teachers, who are mem-
: yI been designated as Mailbox 'quired to provide mailboxesof

tltlltttltJttlJ H1 -, bers of the Holy Redeemer Cath- Improvement Week. Postmaster the standard approved type.

TROUBLEGETTING : olic Church will be held May 26 F. s. (Beany) Ledbetter, Mailboxes on both rural and

following the 7:30 mass. Jr., said yesterday. star routes must be located

I Tickets, which will be $1.00, During this time mailboxeson on the right side of the road

;, By BETTY EBY r I are now available from Mrs. mounted city, rural and in the direction of travel of
I Mary Sabetto, chairman of the star routes with delivery and the carrier, Ledbetter said \
AUTO ticket sales or from committee collection service should re-

members after Sunday masses. ceive attention, Ledbetter Couple Honored )
Ji: said. Miss Judy TffidaH and John
Nod SR-22 Filing and Darrell C. Carte, agent in Osceola Ross, Cobb Whidden Mary Can- Lulu Overstreet He pointed out that patrons Paul Moneil whose wedding will

liability insurance Ask County for the Peninsular ada, Deany Smith Joan Marie ., should be encouraged to furnish be an event of May 17th were

your agent to send your JLfe Insurance, has won a trip= Allen, Jerry Depew, Pat Driver, t Circle Met MondayThe mail receptacles whichare honored at a surprise barbecue:

application to us if you'v to Jamaica for himself and his Hyde Story, Corrine Bass Lamb,' Lulu Overstreet Circle met convenient and safe to Saturday night at the home of t
bun cancelled or rtiact- wife Sybil. They will leave May Nan Allen, Cecil Bush Houston' use, neat in appearance and Mr and Mrs. Phillip Patrick, on
ad. We can insure almost 22nd and return May 26th. Partin, Connie Joe Hunter, Cicero Monday at the home of Mrs. safe to use in order to protest Rose Ave.

anyone at fair rates regardless Mrs. Ralph Patt of Clearwater Khechel,, Betty Paulk, Uly] ., James Conley with 12 membersand the mail. The dec-
of driving rac- Chapman Mrs. J. G. Matz. Best one guest present. < were given an
and that properly
been visiting her brother are
ord. Fire, theft, comprehensive ,has Mrs. Lena Hunt conducted the tric mixer by the hosts.
in law Mr. and Mrs. Roy wishes to each of you. erected and maintained con-
and collision also : Ethel Those attending were Mr. and
business Mrs.
availabla. Premiums !HanselLMr. Congratulations also to W. C. meeting tribute to efficient, speedy de.
maybe Mrs. Jim Dui Mr. and Mrs.
$ Rule the devotions. Mrs. Hunt &r
and Cappy Reed who will celebrate livery Ledbettersaid.
paid in install- mail,
easy and Mrs. Eugene Icemen- ,,-
Ken Newman Mr. and Mrs.
be circle ,
I was elected to the .
mants. wedding anniversary &r.c.
left ]last week to return tc ) '
ager James Prattler, Mr. and Mrs.
leader for the next with
: :year
Friday.Mr. P He said where boxes are not
their home at Asfakum, '
summer -
will be
To AzcnltVe John Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. trio
Mrs. Arthur Held as assistant
and Mrs. Meri W. Easton I directly in front of residencesthe
pleased to send complete Illinois. f
Branson Jr. Mr and Mrs. GOT
kit request. Brokerage this left this week to return to their leader. patrons name should be
on Birthday congratulations
;e don Roth Mr. and Mrs Bob
IS Assigned Risk week are being sent to Susan summer borne at Port Royal; Pa. The pledge service was conducted -I shown on the box along with ,
by Mrs. William Rager MaJonson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Plan.Snapper Scott and Millie Schu- Mrs. Beedle and Tom left this address.
Simmons, : .
week for their home at Canons- ? who was assisted by Mrs. Held Matanson.
] Goldsmith Helen
Evelyn ip

.' ql WPAY SCO; Acree, Charlie Jackson, Linda burgPa.Mrs. John MacDougall has left , prayer and Mrs.Wm. John Sawyers Thoman.with I Two Injured In Garden Club To

FJO: BOX US If Johnson, Dr. Charles Getty Lola
The June meeting will be held I Accident Saturday
for Bucksport, Maine where she
'T ",(.sau.c FL. and Lottie Lawler, Frank Brown- Hold Installation
home of Mrs. T. A. Flen-I
will at
spend the with her
ell, Wright Culbertson, Nina Jean summer Two men were seriously Injured The General Garden dub of

Cheek, Gray Nelson, Elizabeth sister. ner. when their truck strucka Kissimmee will install their newly -

Hetherington, Donald Glass, David Cecelia A. Bush, daughter of car parked at Harrelson's elected officers Tuesday, May
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bush has
To wrecking the south
yard at
Miss Sandra Haddock Hospital 21, at Mrs. Mac's private dining
been honored for outstanding city limits early Saturday anda
scholarship, sportsmanship and Have Open high school student in the room at 12:30: p.m.
I' Reservations are to be made
athletic: participation in the annual HaddockDavisEngagement second vehicle suffered comparatively
Honors Day assembly at Texas minor injuries ac with Mrs. George Mansfield
Woman's University where she is House SundayDr. cording to Florida Highway 847-3865, or with Mrs. Ed Neid

[iOMET a senior. Patrol Trooper J J. Maxwell. 847-4848, by noon Saturday.The .
Roy D. Jones has enrolled at Told John 0 Rao has an- The injured were Cecil installing officer will be
nounced that open house will Mrs. C II. Brimhali of St. Cloud
Oklahoma State Tech for the Mitchell Yates, 27, of Kissim-
summer term in industrial elec- be held Sunday, May 18 from mee; Herman L. Rabon, 38, Reports will be heard of the
tronics. Mr. and Airs. James Haddock officiating. 2 to 5 p.m. at Osceola Hospital of Tampa; and Larry Evers. recent convention at Miami

iJYERWHELMINGLY' Bill O'Bryan of Tallahassee announce the engagement of their Sandra was graduated from as a part of celebrationof 17, of Campbell Station. Beach, with Mrs. Eb Jones presenting

stopped in Kissimmee Saturdayto daughter Sandra to Raymond Wil--Texas Women's University, in 1962 National Hospital Week. According to available information special music.ATHLETE'S .
mer Davis, son of Mrs. Conner and is currently teaching at Port Dr. Rao said the public is
visit Kate Knox. He was en- Evers had left the
McCaslin of Ft. Worth, Texas and Arthur, Texas. invited to attend and that refreshments FOOT GERM
route to Vero Beach to spendMother's Osceola High School junior-
Smartest lunchton or dinner rendezvoes Raymond Wilber Davis of Cheyenne He was graduated from Martin will be served. HOW TO KILL IT.
i Central Fl t 4lll. Deli0t Day with his mother. senior prom and had gone toHarrelson's
ri Wyoming.The High School in 1959 served three George A. Coffey hospital IN 3 DAYS
EETS family . honor your gnetU Julia Sharpe "brought home thebacon" for a cold drink.
your Tt not ple* *d with otmnr. ImUnt-
. them to this inly wedding will be an event years in the UJS. Army, stationed administrator, said a movie ,
by bringing Saturday when she won ?.I' He was parked there whenthe drying: T4L. your 4Re bark at anydinR
of June 8th at the Mar- in Germany. He is "Hands Around the Clock
unique dining room.SOUTH he Award of Distinction for the Saturday, presently truck went off the road I ttorr Watch litfrctrd skin
tin Baptist Church, Martin, Louisiana -employed by the Louisiana Ordnance depiciting life in a hospital on loach off Watch healthy akin replace
Pre. Cairn a Pint.. best arrangement of dried materials and struck the one Evers was It. Itch and burnt, are
at the Melbourne Flower with Rev. W. O. Williams. Plant in Minden, Louisiana. a 24-hour basis, will be shown:J In. gone. TODAY at All Drab SUreo,
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......1M...s. Anna Tate was mentionedin Install OfficersThe Assigned Pastor
the popular Heloise's column Publication of assignments of
Rose Circle and the Hibis-
Monday morning. placements of Vicars for the com BRAIDED
EST TRAIL Marion Davis is a patient at 'cus Circle installed their leaders! ing year reveal that Edward J.
the Orange Memorial HospitalHer last Thursday. The Hibiscus Circle -I Richmeyer of Buffalo, New York
daughter and officers were installed by Mrs. .
has been assigned to serve the
DRIVEINTHEATRE the Ben Kraljev's of Fayettevilleare Ed Neid at a luncheon meetingat congregation of Grace Lutheran 9 ALSO

visiting for several days. Mrs. Mac's private dining Church, St. Cloud. He will assume -. S 1 OK 14532.11x15 '

Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. :M. room. his duties early in June. X 1750 -
Mrs.' Neid also decorated the 1218
J. Matz Mother's Mr.
Day were
Pastor Hoerger, present vicar, i Runners
and Mrs. George D. Matz, Karen tables very effectively with hand will return to Springfield, 111. for 12 3x9-3x12 t

ORLANDO, FLORIDA and Pamela, Mr. and Mrs. Jack painted containers and garden his final year in the Seminary.The Sun. 315 . ,
t0 Kavanaugh of Lakeland, Mr. and flowers, making a pleasing and Wednesday night Adult
lr THURS. FRI. SAT. Mrs. Frank Bolden and Scotty, colorful effect. Bible Class under Pastor Wm. J. ORIENTAL IMPORTS :..-"' OPEN

May 16, 17, 18 Mr. and Mrs.. Lester Fletcher The officers of the Rose Circle Hoerger continues each week at ,' your floors with these Imported BROADLOOM
"MR. HOBBS TAKESA and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. JohnJ. were installed at a pot luck picnic Oriental Pattern Hun. Outttand. s
7:30 pm.American. Inn reproduction of tho 17th <<:'n MILL I END ROLLS
VACANCY" Matz, John Day and Jeffrey, at Brinson Park with Mrs. tury masterpiece, all tho detail SUN

COMPARE 7:45', of .Orlando. Mrs. Matz also had Henry Simmons acting as install- Home tribe symbolic, .and. magnificent traditional COP of .many* of Wool Rayon Nylon A

several long distance calls from uigofficer. ___ the original. .- r- -., 9x12 How *
I ?
b-- r.COMET.. "STATE IMR"'J her daughters up n?; tit:!' V,. A delicious luncheon" was en Division Met J" Heavy WovenOriental < JVQ tSOOL ,
10:05 joyed. Mrs. Stover has called an The May meeting of the Amer- Design 12x15 Now '30
**with.* fany other "THE CANADIANS" ECONOMICAL executive board meeting at her ican Home Division of the Kiss. Oriental E

'12:051 FOLDING 1 home Thursday, May 16, at 7:30 immee Woman's Club was held 9.15 $6900 Rug 12x18 Now $39ASHER
mower regardlessof Monday at the home of Miss I
Extra Shop
price!II! SUN. MON; TUES. CHAIR p.m.The Daylily Circle, held their Isabel Bartholomew with Mrs. Heavy ,

May 19, 20, 21 installation Wednesday morningat Charles Johnston as cohostess.Mrs. ladS $11000 312 North Special 1 -. fJo" I

Proven design, all steel construction, "COME FlY WITH ME" R.g. the home of Mrs. Lucy Gunn. Walter Buck, beauty con- !I Oriental Park Art. 501 .
careful manufacture assure ease of $5.95 The Gloriosa Circle will hold sultant for Studio Girl Cosmetics, Design Same Blk. )

handling; ,with minimum maintenance 7:45-11:45 theirs at the home of Mrs. Clyde presented the program on beauty 9x12 Special Post as Dupont Nylon I
costs.30 inch cut; 4 or 6 HP, 4 cycle
Nelson Friday at 2:30 culture, using Mrs. Hilpa Pryoras
pjn. Winter .
anginas. Mows up to 1.4 acres on "COMANCHEROS" $3500
hour climbs 45.-'. grades. With impl.m.nts > a model, demonstrating cor- Park, Fb. 42S( Yd. -, .. ''I'
will haul, move snow, 1C.OOWEDNESDAY rect technique in using cosme- .
95 -: ,..
aargta, ate. A joy to use. Special $3
ea.AN To Meet MondayThe tics.Others
MAY 22 Bade of fine; qwobtv clunk end attending were Mrs.
MADE BY SNAPPERFIRESTONE Fan .fcmdey eckool. fwmtwr. Mdmg ckolra. Esther Circle of the First Roy Hansell, Mrs. Thelma Right-
/ Coupon Night ItWory toMe. b.ngwl toblee end K
deck. United Presbyterian Church will, mire, Mrs. Theressa demons,
"THE RESTLESS BREED" CNIcK george stuart meet Monday, May 20th, at 2: Mrs. Adrian Bovis, :Mrs. E. E.I'rY .

7:45-11:05 WITN p.m. at the home of Mrs. McGonigal, Mrs. George Mans-
"NIGHTfIGHTtRS"I 133 East ROBINSON Doughty, 1705 Catherine Street. field, and Mrs. Ralph Patt of

9:35 I otLANDOt.A.. Mrs. Newton Olson will be Clearwater, a houseguest of
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L Kissinmiee Gazette Kissimmee, Fla., Thurs., May 16, 1963 3 .

Needlework Guild Luncheon Honors Roll High AnnouncedThe School Honor. 1 I_ # ; ,. SAVE qr

To Meet May 29thThe BrideElectOn .
honor roll for the fifth >
Needlework Guild of Saturday May U, Mrs. six weeks period at Osceola 100 EXTRA f i E Vi1
America will hold the Spring Cecil Tyner entertained with High School was announced this .' q > .
Ingathering at the Orange the bridesmaid's luncheon for week by Bryon P. HUleman, . ii iiWITH
Gardens Community Center Miss Judy Tindall bride electof principaL TOP VALUE STAMPS LZI7 IktL11k
May 29th at 2 pjn" May 17. The part was held at Grade 9: Nancy Barber, Les-
The speaker will be Mrs. Mrs. Tyner's home on Mabbette lie Gift, Linda Rogers. Polly THIS COUPON AT YOUR
Capt. Lynch of the Salvation Street. Thacker. Harriet White Joe NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE ""
Army of Orlando who will pink theme Kowalski. Linda Chaffin, Jerry Umit 11J'RE I
Using a for her Good Thru On Coupon To Adult With
speak on the newly organizedunit party, Mrs. Tyner carried out Macdonald, Judy Fullerton. Phyllis ; May 18th $5.00 or More Food Order. ) I

of the Salvation Armyin the color in linen and candles. Smith, Robert Baker, David _ _ ._._._ _, _,__ _ ___ ____ -
Osceola County and of the Allemier, Raymon Icaza, Ronald r" lA"-r ,:
Fragrant gardenias were usedon {( { I 111
work they expect to do here. both the bride's table and York, Faye Bumby. Alice Cot _
All women of the commun- small tables. ton, Pamela Goodrich. Roslyn Ap OD Rti S
ity are invited. Any woman Goold, Wanda Paulk. Martha STO
Mrs. Tyner presented the hon-
.who wishes to donate two Right Reserved Prices Good Thru May 18thOPYIU4HT
gar- Quantity
Sessions, Wells,
oree with a stainless steel can-. Patty Katherine .. SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER
ments or the equivalent in Wilkie. -WINK-DIIesTORE; IN1. .
money is invited to join the place cards marked cov- Grade 10: Vance Bass, Rick SMOKEDHAMS COLONIAL BRAND QUICK FROZEN
Guild. The meetings held
for Miss Tindall her Boatright, Van Corbitt, Judy
ers grandmother -
three times month in the I
a .
Gardens Mrs. B. M. Welch, of Posey. Connie Winfrey. Linda Cut-Up Hensu>.
Orange Community
t Center. I Charlotte. North Carolina; Mrs. Williams, Kathy Wells, Sandra .
t W. T. Adams, of Lakeland the Warden. Marcie Lombardy, Jerry r REG. 98* . SUNNYLAND
bride's aunt. Mrs. Louis Demil- Johnson Louise Clay, Ken Ash-
CARD OF THANKS ly. Lakeland. Mrs. R. Elmo Grif- more, Dean Smith Sue Guffie, d Sli. Ham. lB.r 79x

W. wish ! .ppru.ti.*'0fri.ds fin, Mrs. Douglas Horde Mrs. Bill Hankins Tyler Thomas. -
for.i.II..uOl tk.w* .s!I. ..rPM Tony Monell, mother of the Peggy Armstrong Elaine Lory, /7 7r REG. 99< TARNOW (PLUS 50 STAMPS)
........_ groom, and Miss Cynthia Ro- Ann Melitshka. Brenda Pipkin, 611 ,
tamil,.!AJkt tort. bertson. Sandra Reed. Jane Ribley, Maxine -... SHANK Meat Loaf ts*-LB.I 89;
Se ler, 1
> Jeannie Skinner Suz- I s HALF

.- ',' Pletcher-Dawkins anne Wade. Robyn Story, Sharon 1 a 0' 39 REG. $1.49 " TARNOW < (PLUS 100 STAMPS)

Marriage ToldMrs. Teffeteller.Grade 11:James Peggy Bolin.Harrelson 0 Lb Meat Loaf 2\\-LB.$139
("i0fjfe ,
.n ": Lucille Dawkins and H. Joan :Magnusson. Judy Tyner,
Jackie Lanier, MaureenVells,
G. Hank Pletcher were unitedin REG. 59< COPELAND ALL MEAT
ants marriage Saturday afternoon, Jo Cardone. Curtis DuVall,
4cOntro1Ied 16\ at the home of1r.. and Mrs. Shiela Daniels, Joan Elliott. Earl! WHOLE BUTT HALF 45 Franks LB. 49Nb
Marvin Purdy. Johns. Mike Bast. Butch Colburn or L8. < .
.Q' Frances Haddock. Ruth Hale, .
The Rev. Billy Rigsby read the
_. lT "$ '\ ,...>,':-: .t' ''' .. : :' : '*.
rites for the ceremony before a Nancy Wolfe, 'Sharon Reid, \ ,.. ': Y :'sW ," ? Di% Swaaw " "
call small gathering of family and Bruch Schnitzler, Dianne Pier-
I close friends. son. Nancy Hearn. :Mary Frazier -
The only attendants were the Shirley Dickson. Marie. Lurie.
bride's son, J. A. Dawkins and Dennis Kowalski. p golden
for the sake of your home her daughter, )Irs. Earl Baugn- Grade 12: Ed Fennell. David
man, of DeLand. Hinckley, Judy Guynn. Sandy D bantam
CALL The couple after a short wedding -! Hare, Betty Peterson. Karen
847-3489 trip, will make their homein Rooney, Carolyn Croft. Cynthia
Kissimmee. i Luthe. Hampton Sessions. Vivian sweet
Beltz, Janet Digges, Judy R eh- ) a E TENDER, CLOSE TRIMMED SIRLOINSteaks
E E !D
rich. Winford Harrell. Ted Nel Florida -

WORI{-SAVING STARCH t son.Students with all "A"s: Vivi- LB. 8 8 ;
an Beltz Bruce Schnitzler Jo corn .
No other
Cardone, Curtis DuV'allIarcie
GIVES YOUR IRON Lombardy, Sandra Reed. Beef could FULL CUT BONELESS ROUNDSteaks A..t
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be soNaturally :

G-L-HMW POWER l) Bride-Elect FetedAt Tender le 8 8 ; 4f ;

______ Shower TuesdayMiss I ff
Special ingredient.Indra. ends sticky ironing FLAVORFUL CLOSE TRIMMED CHUCK '
prevents Jellowi1g-? m.ku garments scorch-resistant Cynthia Robertson enter-
tained on Tuesday evening, at a
1 1 i r, miscellaneous shower honoring Roast LB.rf 49 ; 4 <
E Z Miss Judy Tindall, whose marriage '
to John Paul Monell will be rr

Starch an event of :May 17. LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT ;: \
The party was held at the W-D Brand NATURALLY . t
home of Mrs. Merritt )Marble on TENDER beef Is trimmed
Emmett Street. Mrs. Marble also b 39
assisted in the hospitalities. by experts to remove ex- I 5 LB. ea r
fIffA 1 Arrangement of pink and white uts fat and bone. Cornpara. .
gladioli were used. as effective W-D Brand beef is ea.
decorations. .
Dainty refreshments of punch guaranteed quality. $ 8 9 "
CAd value or your money
and cake were served to the Beef 5 l8 1 L.
thirty five friends who broughta back. ,Aged for tender- PKG. <
,variety of gifts-.for the';bride. ,.. NIl. __ .; N. . Banana, Choc., Neapolitan," Limn. Cocomit

Family MatterThe Miss of her Tindaell silver by was'her given hostess.piece -1. ;",_J gml .- 'Cream Pies 2 fOR 8 9'

family alone should select the Bethany CircleT LAND O' SUNSHINE Pure Creamery . QUARTERS JESSE JEWELL FROZEN Chfcktn, Buf, Turkty

funeral drector who, in their opinion Meet MondayThe Meat Pies 4PIEPKG.691

will serve them best. Obvious. Bethany Circle of the 49 _I PAN-REDI
ly, this decision should be made First United Presbyterian Butter LB : $499
Churchill meet in the edu I 2 LB. PKG.
_J without outside influence or pres. cational building at 8 o'clock S

1 sure. Choosing a funeral director Monday evening with Mrs PAR-KEN LIMEADE or KENDAL FROZEN
( should always be strictly a family Carl Kenton presiding. LIMIT ONE WITH $5.00 FOOD ORDER OR MORE. S 1.
MEMIER, Mrs. Harold Goodell will Lemonade S6- Cans
'n4E ORDNt matter. lead the Bible discussion. Mrs DoT'" :tt! !j t!'!;.; ,--'il: :" .."I"v "
or hEGOLDEN William Xahm and Mrs. E. A.
\ .. RULE Woods will be the hostess.

III R.IEDEL attend.All members are urged to fJBf_ v. ."" _
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lRVICE KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Thursday Woman's NightThe Christian ( ammm. I % w.; { ,fY' iDEJ.I I "

Temperance Union will hold 4. s

Phone i 3188: r ad its the regular Calvary monthly Chapel.meetingat 408 !i TASTES AS GOOD AS FRESH PERKED 1.1 .1 ft/I BLUE or WHITE ARROW _.

II y Church Thursday.Street.May Kissimmee.16th. at 7:30:on Inst. Folgers 1/ Detergent1
p.m. All members are urgedto ,
attend. The public is cordially 1
invited.IT .

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_The_Kissiiii.iee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla. Thurs., May 16, 1963 -- V Action Committee The committee will meet ,
-- Junior High Band i I Thursday night at 7 p.m. at :
1 1. Cement Imported Members ElectedSeven the Chamber of Commerce
(Continued from pare 1))
of cement
Importation I I
names have been added
Gill Brooks is a graduate of through Florida ports from Presents ConcertThe to the Action Committeein City Gets $5,275.45 V
Florida State University where foreign lands amounted to an election held last week. From
she majored in Speech and is a 434,000 barrels last year the One They are Pat Allen, Bob Cigarette Tax
Osceola Junior High 8th and assemblies this
member of Zeta Phi Eta National Florida State Chamber of year. Bobroff, Allen Carroll Bob The City of Kisaimmee received
Speech Arts Fraternity. A Commerce pointed out in its Grade Band will present its final high point of the year was a Evans Sam Lupfer IH, Dick $5,275.45 from the state cigarette
concert this Sunday afternoon at tour to Highlands to play two
Weekly Business Review. Luzadder Par tax collected
charter member of the Footlight and Charles during the month of
2:00 at the Community for the student body-
Theatre Guild she has been active "This quantity is slightly be- p.m. concerts I sons. March.
in many of its departments.She . low the 1961 figure while nationally House by the Lakefront. Since The program is light and in-
this the
there was a 59 per concert is sponsored by
appeared in"Laura" and"Anger
such numbers THE
city it will be free of charge. teresting; featuring
gain in cement import
Street", directed the successful -cent as "The King And I", "Mr. /h\
volume," the report stated. I The 40 members of this fine
"My Three Angels", and inmany Blue" and "The Men of Ohio"march. KISSIMMEEGAZETTEA
about organization have appeared
was co-chairman of the 1st Summer "Belgium supplies _
Workshop for children. She half'the cement imported into [ parades, football games
Florida and Colombia about J..*m H. I"erlT.w.: ... ...
rendered valuable service as a Missionary Her work varied from teacher
[ ToIsPcT0wS
member of the committee which one-fourth. Last year Sweden bookkeeper of schools and hospital -
and the United Kingdom ship- Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. .
staged the 1st Antique Show for __ and writer of conference
the Art and Culture Center. ped more to Florida than formerly Sunday school lessons in the ver Telephone $47-2881

The,2nd Annual Summer Workshop at the expense of West Mrs. Elizabeth Griffin mission-,nacular. Her greatest interestwas
will be held each Tuesdayand Germany and Poland. Japanis I ary to Rhodesia, will be the the women's work. She served "4i4r Entered as Second Class Mail Mttr
Friday afternoon during the traditionally a strong supplier guest speaker at the meeting of 9 years as missionary advi- 'M 'n the. Post Off e at KtaataHnee. Fla.
month of July., It is open to all I but fell off a little last the Women's Society of Chris- sor to the women's organization

young people from the ages of 'year. tian Service of the First Methodist Rukwadzano.The Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida
in Florida of
6 through 17. A nominal fee of .
cements made in Florida, in Church Monday.The Griffins plan to return to
$4.00 which' covers the cost of LEO SCHUMAKER
other states and Puerto Rico business meeting will be Rhodesia in September.
materials and supplies, is asked reached $11,131,000 barrels -- --- :' held at 2:30 in order to allow ; Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION
for the ten sessions, and the dead- Tommy G. Moore
(376 pounds each) last year !more time for the speaker, whoI
line for acceptance of mailed applications the state eighth in Governor Farris Bryant presents 1963 Florida Realtor Week I will also show slides of their RATES
is June ranking J. R. Boring (at right), Tampa, president of Aboard Carrier '
Wednesday to
this respect. This volume was proclamation :work, with the natives of that Sixmonths$2.50one year $4.00; two years, $7.0$
Nation-wide celebration
24m. Florida Association of Realtors. Tommy G. Moore fireman -
off 5 cent from 1961 while and its code of country.
per May 12-18 honors Realtors, their profession of Mr.
- apprentice USN son
r- Association of Realtors, Mrs. Griffin, a native of Plant
national consumption was up ethics. The 8,800-member Florida !
NO JOB' TOO BIG or too small 4 per cent. now in its 47th year, will observe Realtor Week in 74 local City received an AB degree and Mrs. Fred Larrow of 2520 Kiss nlmee Furniture Store
when It comes to commercial the "Realtors wise use Beaumont Ave., Kissimmee,
"An additional amount of Boards throughout state. encourage from Berea College, Kentucky.
printing. Call 847-2881 today 1,155,000 barrels of special of land. foster home ownership and aid business and industry With her husband, an ordained is serving aboard, the anti- Broadway
and ask for Mr. Mears for free I ," the Governor's Realtor Week proclamation reads. submarine warfare support
masonry cements, about the minister, she went to Rhodesiain I
USS Intrepid,
I aircraft carrier TelepboJe847-J..ll
estimates on your job work. same as in 1961, was used in 1951 under the Methodist

You'll be glad you did. ,.Florida in.1962.- -- -, ,- 1 I Church and served five years as fare currently training participating in the in Carib-war : A complete free interior decorating service plannedto
-- -- -
Elementary School News district missionaries supervising bean.
I mountain churches and schools. The training includes gun- suit your pocketbook. Featuring Name Brand

PRESTIGE Bradbury --.J I'After a furlough in 1956 they nery exercises fire drills, air Furniture Accessories, Accent
HOMES By Peggy .. served at Nyadine Mission where operations, general quarters : Bedding, Carpets

I he was principal' of the boarding drills and man overboard Rugs, Lamps, Draperies and Drapery Fabrics.
BUILTFOR - =- Children made cookies in Mrs. ing stories about various ones I schools and as administrative drills.

YOU __ George Bast, Jr.'s room.These acting out some, and making a V assistant In the Rhodesia Confer- The ship is homeported at (Evening Appointments.)

first year boys and girls read lane- mao of Broadway and putting :ence. _ _ _ _ _ Norfolk. Va.
By .__ the recipe on the board. Each stores in their place. The
child brought some item to be stores were made from shoe I
used in the mixing. Each child boxes. '
L. I
George ReynoldsFor cut his own cooky. They were For art this week the group

aked on a portable oven broughtto made interesting butterflies. j
Further'information Call 847-2856 or 847-2266 the classroom by Mrs. Bast. They traced around their feet I

The group enjoyed eating the colored and cut the prints out.; APPRECIATION
cookies at snack time. A cookywas They were stapled together . :I
given to each child to take the left footprint for the right :,

AGRICULTURALFINANCING home. Think they reached their side and the right footprint for !,
destination? the left side of the butterfly.Mrs. i

Melody Carroll, in Mrs. Bastes Peggy Bradbury took one V
room, fell on a piece of glass day professional leave from her I J
and had to have five stitches taken second, year room and visited !; SPECIALS !
in her leg. I the second grade room of Mrs.

The children are so interestedin Irene Earls at the Rock Lake : :;:

including reading. Parents, please keepup Elementary School in Orlando. : .
the reading habit this summer She observed a new reading I

,: GROVES .. :> ., The[ school' library will be open, program being tried in Mrs.
Veekly Readers for the summer Earls' room. Mrs. Rhea Anderson -j
RANCHES: have been ordered, and storesin. reading supervisor for *
For successful and the kind
: most
..1J ',' .' .- town have many, many bookson I Orange County, held a' confer- 'I a beginning very accept-
.:. - ..:. child's level. with Mrs. Bradbury to explain -
.i : "t' your reading !ence
ance our
'i ':' current interest Finger painting by Miss Junie in detail the new conceptin I
., -,''':' ,' Goolsby's first year class was I reading. While at Rock Lake, ,
:!..-;;' rate }y; displayed at the last P-TA meet- a visit was paid to the second I SERVICE in Kissimmee and Osceola county, we are offering.

.: '! 5 \ ing.These same children let their I grade which was room in the of process Mrs. Porter of rehearing -1 j you a very special value in Dry-Cleaning and Shirt Service.
0simpleinterest nine toads go back outside. They for the TV show Open ;J V

couldn't find enough grasshoppers Window. This Monday Mrs. !I V BOB STANALAND, Manager.
: V to feed them. And. then the Bradbury took her TV to school ''I

', .. ....., ..I: ': h' I toads began to croak" during to share the program with her -0 -
"- '" : .. reading one morning. so this class. The childrar -and their I ,
--4I.: : ;:;: . l .: was.the last sfraw. Kathy'Suni- teacher put on a" darling: show I
merall brought a doodle bug to about birds.
OUR THIRTIETH YEAR take the frog's place. Somehowthe School will soon be over. Thr

.> doodle bug got lost. A baby last day will be May 31. I' MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
opossum visited the room for a
"' day. After school it was taken ,

V Lake serving these counties Volusia: to the zoo. I KAST Club Begins I MAY 20 21 22

: Orange Marc Ann Wooten wore her Summer SuppersThe ,
t' Spanish costume to school so we "
Seminole Osceola
> .. '
,. .V
I r could see how pretty it was. She
Brevard first of the summer cooperative -
: did a little dance for us.
f suppers sponsored by
Miss Goolsby's room is havinga the Kissimmee All States Tourist
Clean Plate Club. Ribbons are dub KAST held
,( ) was Saturdayevening. I
earned by eating everything at .
CENTRAL FLORIDA V lunchtime for a week. After supper the 60 members I

It's good to have Dasie Smith that attended able to
were par-I
PRODUCTION CREDITASSOCIATION back at school. Also happy to ticipate in various games, card SUIT PANTS
see Sandy Caldwell back with us playing, dancing or just plain old I
V after a week's stay at Florida fashioned visiting. The next such i
Sanitarium in Orlando where supper has been scheduled for I
J. P. Payne, General Manager she was suffering a severe as- Saturday, May 18. All club members -
thma attack. are invited at attend. '
1916 North Orange Avenue Mrs. Pat B. Redgrave's second The ice cream shuffleboard I'
year room has been studying tournaments that are now field 49 19'DRESSES
Orlando Florida about helpers in our community.Some on Tuesday nights are growing ini i

Phone: GArden 2-5800 of the activities included:' popularity. Each week more and!
making a chart of helpers writ more shufflers are participating.I

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Gardens NOTICE OP SUIT. THE STATE hereinafter described real property: Hie Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee, Fla., Thank, May 1C, ...,
Orange OF FLORIDA TO: ROBERT F. The name of the Court In which
EstateTransactions I I Sales Tax Take BRUNS. JR.. single. 5934 Salem the suit has been Instituted Is the Certificate No. 106 Year of Issuance ed to life Imprisonment will apptv
Club Gives Award Road. Cincinnati. Ohio; E. NELSON Circuit Court for the Ninth ,Judicial May 29. 1961 for a conditional pardon to the
: FELL and ANNE PALMER Circuit of Florida In and for Description of Property: Lot 103S State Board of Pardon of Florida
: FELL. his wife residence un Dsceola County, In Chancery, and of RR. Pinedale. Section 29. Tallahassee. Florida at Its next
Orange Gardens Horre Demonstration known. It alive. and If dead. their the title of the ease is as above Township 25 South Range 29 East regular meeting' la June 1963
Club has vote scholar unknown heirs at law. legatees, devisees captloned. The real estate InvolvedIs Name In which assessed: Unknown 'I' Robert Moataoeoca
Is On Increase May 16. 23. 1963
and grantees; JOS. UEHTTTTM the following located in Osce I
Homer L. Teats and wife to ship award to a 4-H girl for the and UEKLEIN. his ola County. Florida viz: Certificate No. 13 Year of Issuance ,
Sumner Young and wife. Intercession If he be LOT of Kissimmee May 29. 1961 FOR BIDS
short-course at Florida State University wife. residence unknown. 17. HIgh- NOTICE TO
City minimum stamps. married. If alive. and If dead. their lands Second Addition Osceola Description of Property: Lot 7, CONTRACTORS:
Sumner Young and wife to Ho- State Comptroller Ray E. Green the freeze and an apparent short Tallahassee:: :: : in June. The unknown heirs at law, legatees devisees County. Florida, according to>> theOfficial Block A. Trail Sub.. Section 3. the Seated office bids of the will Board be received a*
mer L. Teats and wife. Intercession of Public
THE NAR- Township 25 29 East
Plat dated the 17th day South. Range
action was taken at a regular] and grantess; Instruction
City minimum stamps. said yesterday April sales tax tourist season. of Oseeoia CowIty at
COOSSEE FARM AND TOWNSITE of March. A.D. 1959. and filed Name in which assessed: Robert
Joe L. Martin to Clarence H. collections, based on March business "Gross sales reported by the meeting of the club May 7 in the COMPANY. an Ohio corporation and recorded among the Public L. Larson. et ux I Tnacker, and Ernest Streets KU.slmmee. .
Parker and wife. Otsellc. N. Y.. place of business un- Records of Osceola County. Florida All of said property being In the Florida up to 10:00: AM"
Community Building principal
; totaled S18.2&1J77 which businesses which under the E.S.T. Tuesda '. June 4. 1963. for
$3.500. come known; D. KATHERINE 55IAa > on the 14th day of April. County of Osceola. State of Florida. )
Blue Steel Tool Corp. to Edwin increase of The scholarship awards will be Guilford Avenue. Unless such certifIcates the complete construction of Science
was an 2.41 per cent purview of the Sales Tax Act to- widow. 4929 A.D. 1959ln Plat Book One (1) certificate or and
C. Kroenke and Ellen G. Kroenke, Home Economics Classroom

presented to 4-H girls by Miss Indianapolis. Indiana. and JANE on page 380. shall be redeemed according
Orlando. $500. over collections for the same taled $11,516,720,312 for the first McCAY and DAVID McCAY. her YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED to law the property described In Addition to the new Osceola
Wayne C. Boyer to Albert F., month last] year. nine months of the year. This is Harilym Dietrich the county husband. General Delivery Linden FURTHER that you are requiredto such certificate: or certificates will High SChOOl Klsslmmee. Florida.All .
Garcia and wife. St. Cloud. $900. home demonstration heirs at law of J. Ed- file answer to the Com be sold to the highest bidder at bids received will be publicly
Sunshine State Land and Development -( He said fiscal year collections an increase of six per cent over agent ward Indiana Krause as and Ida Mae Krause. plaint filed your In this mortgage foreclosure the Court House Door on the first opened and read aloud. Plans and

Co. Inc. to Joan Barbara'July through April, now total the comparable period of the previous The May program of the club his wife. both deceased: AMANDA proceedings with the Clerkof Monday In the month of June. 1963. the specifications may be examined a:.
Carroll. North Miami $900. included section health widow. residence the Circuit Court for Osceola which Is the 3rd day of June. 1963. office of the School Superintendent !
5.16 on questions -
158,71,266 or
$ cent over dollars the gain .
Nannle R. Johnston to J. Reese: per year. ROBERSON Dated this 2nd of 1963. Ernest A Thacker Streets
unknown. MELISSA County. at Kissimmee. Florida. and day May.
Johnston. Ruth J. Herzberg and led by Miss Marjorie Fish Kissimmee, or at the office of
. ,the $150,977.906 collected for the amounted to $733,423,114. PATTERSON and PATTERSON to serve a copy thereof upon Plain- /GLENN RAY
Daniel fection. M. Johnston, love and af'same period last year. I Green said the sales tax estimate and a demonstration by Mrs. her husband. residence tiff's Attorney, Phillip R. Kelley. Clerk of Circuit Court. N.Charles Stewart H. Parsons Aveeoe.Architect.Ktsstmmee IS
unknown. If she be married. Post Office Box 331 (12 Monument Osceola County. Florida
Herman M. Mullln and wife to The comptroller said that while for May is $16,855,367 and Newton Olson of new products ROBERSON and ROB- Avenue), Kissimmee Florida not (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Fla.

Henry mee. $11.000.E. Phay and wife. Kissim business in Florida has continuedto for June it is $16,024,772. available now or soon to become ERSON his wife.married.residence if said un later than the 18 day of June. 1963.or May 2. 9. 16. 23. 1963 One and set forms of plan for and bidding specifications maybe '
be decree confesso be
If he will
Rodney Johns and wife to Bo make gains, the increase apparently 'Salestax collections have been available on the market. Dehydrated parties known. are living and If dead. tered against pro you. This Notice will en- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S secured by general contractors

Royal 9000. and wife. Winter Garden.. has not continued at the under the estimate for the last meats, fish and vegetables; their unknown heirs at law. legatees the- be published four consecutive times COURT. OSCEOLA FLORIDA.IN .COUNTY. .only tect by from deposUiac the office$25.00.of the arch*
and grantees. The Kissimmee
devisees In
L. Carl Tyson and wife and J.I pace anticipated when the estimate -four months, so we will have to presently packaged only in institution sole. and only living heirs at law weekly.on the following dates: May Gazette 16. RE: ESTATE OF BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION
Oscar Tyson and wife to Albert Deceased. OF
Hearn. St. Cloud. $9.000. I| of sales tax revenue neededfor hope for a substantial increase size containers but planned of Fred Roberson. deceased MORIN.; J.his C. 23. 30 and June 6 A.D. 1963- ELIZABETH NOTICE TO PULLEN.CREDITORSTO OSCEOLA COUNTY.
MORIN and (Circuit Court Seal
Charles Kinser Jr. and wife to, the current biennium was during the remaining two monthsof for home use in the near future wife. If he be married residence /GLENN)RAY ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. FLORIDABy

'John $600.L. A. Spencer. and wife Klsslm-:made in 1960-61, the base year. the year," he said. were shown. New developments unknown. If alive and if dead. Clerk Circuit Court DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL OR PER-DEMANDS W.Secretary.B. Stephens. heirs at law legatees SONS HAVING CLAIMS
Carl Tyson and wife to Ches-; Sales tax collections for the current The comptroller also reportedthat .'in home appliances and fixtures their. devisees unknown and grantees; W. C. Phillip R.Osceola Kelley County, Florida AGAINST SAID ESTATE: May 9. 16. 38. 196
ter J. Tyson and wife. St. Cloud. were included.Invitation. and ZAEN- YOU AND EACH OF YOU are
fiscal ZAENGLEIN P. O.
1.69 Box 331 (12 E.
tax for
I year are per gasoline collections
$26.150.K. GLEIN. his wife. If he be married.If Monument Ave.) hereby notified and required to IN THE COUNTY JUDGE"SCOURT.
M. .Smith and wife to Bess A. cent, or $2,733,595, under the estimate -April totaled $12,350086. down 1.55 alive. residence unknown. and If Kissimmee. Florida present any claims which you. or 06CBOLA COUNTY.

DriscolL St. Cloud. $4.000. of $161, 19,861 set for this cent under the same month dead their unknown heirs at law ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF either of you. may have againstthe FLORIDA.
and wife per '
E. T. Wallace to Joseph! Issued devisees and grantees: estate of Elizabeth Pullen deceased NO. 100
J. Kessler and wife Abilene Tex., period of the Green Total the legatees. May 16. 23. 30. Jung 6. 1963 IN RE
year. explained -last year. collections for and any and all parties claiming late of Osceola County. : ESTATE OF
S2G-- 500--. that an eight cent in- first 10 months of the current Interests by. through under or j Florida to the County Judge of LESLIE W. SULLIVAN. Deceased
L. W. Cummings and wife to By SmyrnaAn the above named known I said county at his office In the NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO
Jennie C. Allen. Kissimmee $7.750. crease over the base year was fiscal year total $111,019,344, up against parties; and any and all parties JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR I Courthouse at Kissimmee Florida. ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES
Lloyd E. Smith Homes Inc. to required to meet budgeted needs. 4.67 cent over the comparable laving or claiming any right. title OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. within six calendar months from DISTRIBUTEES, AND ALL PER
William V. Clemens and Rosary M. per invitation has been extended Interest In and to the following NO. 6487 the date of the first publication of SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
Clemens. Chicago. $21,050. "Business in Florida is still period of the previous year. by New Smyrna for or described lands located In Osceola REYNALDO A. ANLLO ) this notice. Each claim or demand AGAINST SAID ESTATEYou
Orange Gardens Inc. to Helen S. holding its own," Green said, County. Florida, to-wit: Plaintiff. ) must be in writing and must state and each of you are hereby
Perry Ountersvllle. Ala.. $3.000. Kisslmmeeans to enter the I Lots 28 and 57. the South halfof vs. the place of residence of the claim- notified and required to presentany
Delbert A. Whalen and wife to "and we are still experiencing ,New Smyrna Seaside Fiesta i Lot 58 the North half of Lot PATRICIA ANN ANLLO. ) ant and must be sworn to by the claims which you. or either of
Ross Myers. Kissimmee. 1200. gains in certain fields. This was Local Teacher 59. and Lot 60. in Section 16; Defendant. ) claImant. his agent or attorney or you may have against the estate
Anthony Montague to Arthur H. \he Parade to be held May 30th. Lot 24 In Section 20: Lot 31 lying NOTICE BY PUBLICATION the same will become void according of Leslie W Sullivan deceased,
Duckers and wife. St. Cloud. $900. indicated by report of the In- and Lot 311 TO: MRS. PATRICIA ANN ANLLO
Wins Grant $100 cash has been postedfor South of Lot to law. late of Osceola County. Florida to
Lakefront Inc. to O. C. Baird dustrial Commission that Florida Study lying South Lot 13 and the I 2/o James Loughlln This the 8th day of May. 1963. the County Judge of said countyat
and wife. $iOO..J. the first prize winner. South 4 eso of Lot 37. in Section 35 Squantum Street t/ ALICE M. BERGMAN his office: in the Courthouse aKisslmmee. *
E. Klslak Mortgage Corp. to non-farm employment held to a Anyone desiring further In- 21; and Lots 53 and 54, In I Worcester Massachusetts HELEN C. VAN PELT Florida, within sit:
Philip N. Brownsteln. Federal high of 1,426000 workers in Queen E. Powell, head of theforeign I formation contact the Section 22; all In Township 25 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat Executrices of the Estate of calendar months from the date of
Housing( Commissioner. $950. language department of may Range 31 East. In New a.Complaint for Divorce has Elizabeth Pullen. deceased. the first publication of this notice.
Douglas B. Stewart as trustee. March. But it is evident that thestate's South been filed against you and you
I Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce Town of Narcoossee. according to Murray W. Overstreet. ,Jr. Each claim or demand mutt be In
to George J. Robb and wife. Holly- economy: was hard hit by Jones High School of Orlando,1 office. the plat thereof as recorded In are required to serve a copy of Attorney for ExecutricesP. writing and must state the place of
wood. $4.000. has been selected by the Depart. Plat Book 1. page 74, PublicRecords your Answer or pleading to the O. Box 492 residence of the claimant and must
and wife and RalphE. Plaintiff's attorney -
C. H. Lucas County. Complaint on the
of Osceola Kissimmee Florida be to by the claimant. his"
Deannin and wife to Robert E.McMillen. ment of State for a grant to par- GEORGE L. CLAPHAM 60 1963 sworn
ley. Trustee Orlando. $27.500. Florida. May 16, 23 30. June 6. agent or attorney. or the same wli:
Kissimmee $35.000. O. S. Thacker and Eddie Clemens ticipate in a seminar for American NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN North Court Street Post Office become void according to law.
Charles B. Gonyo. as trustee to to Guy William Rogers Kis- teachers of French to be held Bus Driver Logs144OOO" that Plaintiffs have Instituted suit : Box 2062 Orlando Florida and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO This the 29th day of April. 1963
Paul $8.000.Lois simmee. $1.100. against you In the above styled file the original Answer or APPLY TO STATE BOARD OF l/ CLARA SULLIVAN
A Myer to Leland Dyals. Jerell C. Bailey and wife to Ray- in France this summer. She plansto "Miles Court to quiet the title of Plain- ing In the office of the Clerk of PARDONS OF FLORIDA FOR Executrix of the Estate of
Kissimmee. 1000. burn L. Tynes and Melbourne the above described the Circuit Court on or before the
wife. tiffs In and to CONDITIONAL PARDON Leslie W. Sullivan
June 25th.
W. P. Tyson to Otis Wilson Mc- $800. property. and you are hereby sum- 10th day of June. 1963. If you fall Notice Is hereby given that I, deceased.
Gowan Jr. and wife Kissimmee. Fred E. Galbraith and wife to Queen resides at 314 Robinson moned ordered and required to to do so, a decree pro confesso Robert Montsdeoca. who was convicted Murray W. Overrtreet Jr.
minimum stamps. John J. Best and wife. Kissimmee. Ave. Kissimmee. Mrs. Mabel Albritton began file your written answer or defenses will be taken against you for the In the Circuit Court of Os Attorney for ExecutrixP.
W. P. Tyson to Paul Harvey $2.500. Complaint filed In the relief demanded in the Complaint. Box
Iriving an Osceola County School to the _. ceola County. Florida on October O. 492
Hyder and wife. St. Cloud nun Perry Acres Inc. to Terrence J. above styled cause In the office 01 DATED at Kissimmee. Osceola 26 1955. of the offense of murder Kissimmee Florida
mum stamps. Scarlett and wife. St. Cloud. $5.000. I bus in September, 1943 and during the Clerk of the Circuit Court for County. Florida this 7th day of In the second degree, and sentenc May 2. 9. 16. 23. 1963"CAN'T _
Roscoe Tyson and wife to Raymond Helen E. Corbin to Charles E. Osceola 5 Watters her 19 years of loyal service the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Flo- May. 1963.GLENN
P. Tyson and wife St. Cloud. Johnston and wife. Kissimmee. rida. In and for Osceola County. at RAY.
love and affection. 1500. she drove 144,000 accident free his office In the Courthouse In Kissimmee. Clerk of the Circuit Court, "
Richard V. Hopkins. Warren D. Charles E. Johnston and wife to To Hold PicnicThe miles, during which time she "Florida, on or before the Osceola County Florida SWIM?
Haftield and wife to Claude R. John Charles Welsh and wife. Kis 17th day of June 1963. and to (Circuit Court Seal)
Jones and wife. Melbourne. $800. sImmee $5.500. local citizens band club, transported 268,000 passengers.She serve a copy thereof on Plaintiffs By Marjorie R. Haye.
Richard O. Bronson and wife to Eva Marie Young executrix. to late for school attorney whose name and address Deputy Clerk
Calvin Woodward and wife. Kis Eva Marie Young. St. Cloud $8,800. the Osceola 5 Watters, will hold was never tot *At nut below. Should- you fall to. :May 9, 16, 23. 30 1963 NO PROBLEM!
simmee. 25000. Edwin M. Ellis and wife to Carl a pot luck picnic at the lake- during this time except for extremely dos Decree Pro Confesso will be
Nora A. Reardon and Irene R. W RIedel and wife. Klsslmmee, heavy fog or mechanical entered against you. WITNESS my NOTICE OF LEGISLATIONTO PRIVATE SWIMMING'LESSONS AVAILABLE
Sheppherd and husband to Lawrence $14.500. front in Kisimmee on Sunday, hand as Clerk of said Court and WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Alton Partin and wife. Kis Coronado Corp. to Joseph Cogen May 19 at 3 pjn. All Cb'ers are difficulties over which she the seal of said Court at Kissim Notice is hereby given of- Intention INDIVIDUAL OR FAMILY GROUPS
simmee 12000. 1 Florida. this to apply to the 1963 Sessionof
and wife. Miami. 6000. had no control.TDIPERATUREs. nice Osceola County.
Paul Racicot and wife to Philip John Shull and wife to Herman welcome and asked to bring a 14th day of May 1963. the Florida Legislature for passage -
N. Brownsteln. Federal Housing Keith and wife KIssimmee $300.Oscai covered dish and own table H L R ([CT. CT. SEAL) of an Act to Increase and set TROPICAL HOTEL POOLFor
Commissioner no stamps. ; C. Vest and wife to John GLENN RAY the salary of the Superintendent of
James A. Markert and wife to H. Parker and wife. Winter Haven service.Sportsman's. Toes. 5-7 __ ___ 88 55 0 Clerk Circuit Court Public Instruction of Osceola Coun Information Contact Pool

Philip N. Brownsteln. Federal and Frank T. Greene and wife. Wed. 5-8 _____ 98 50 0 Osceola County Florida ty. Florida. ManagerJOE
Housing Commissioner no stamps. Lake Alfred. 120000. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. BOARD SULDO at 847-3125
Henry Wilkes and wife to Mor Troy Stewart Bronson and wifeto Thurs. 5-9 _ _-u 98 65 0 Attorney for Plaintiffs OF or

rln J. Lau and wife. St. Cloud, David H. Caskey and wife. $800. Fri. 5-10 __ ___ 95 60 0 P. O. Box 492. OSCEOLA COUNTY. JIM FRASER at 847-3392
ShowIs u h FLORIDABy
$11.000. Murray W. Overstreet Jr., as executor tCisslmmee, Florida
Al E.: Howard and wife and Pau to Walter C. Durstlne and Sat 5-11 __ _____u 93 65 0 I I May 16. 23. 30. June 6. 1963 : Miles Sharp; Chairman
and wife to Alex Da April 25. May 2. 9. 16. 1963
Sanborn Jr.
Kissimmee $5,000. : !
wife PlannedThe ___
._ Being Sun. 5-13 _d_ u 90 65 .18 EMERGENCY ORDER

Mon.S13--.9550 0 Notice is the NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
Game and Fresh renF1a Commission TAX DEED
Mid Florida Sportsman's LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE of the State of Florida. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
acting under authority conferred THAT Walter Phillips the holderof
Show. dedicated to the promotion upon It by the Constitution of the the following certificates has

of the recreational potentialsand The Florida of State of Florida and by Chapter filed said certificates for a tax deedto
Ag- 165-7.02 of the Rules and Regulations be Issued thereon. The certificate -
facilities of Osceola County, riculture solicits bids on specified of the Commission does here- numbers and years of issuance -
laboratory supplies and equipmentto by declare East Lake Tohopekallga of the -
the description property
for the July
is being planned be opened at 11 a.m. May 31st.
In Osceola County open to the use and the names In which it
4th weekend sponsored by the 1963 its offices: at Kissimmee. of trotllnes under the following was assessed are as follows:
Livestock regulations: Certificate No. 126 Year of Issu-!
Kissimmee Valley Further information and speculations '
1. Trotllnes shall be permitted In ance May 29. 1961
OM1T' Show Board of Directors.The can be obtained from Dr. the waters of. the lake from sunset Description of Property: S 5O of
William L. SIppel. Florida Department midnight N 200' of -E 100'% Lot 1. Seminole
decision to hold the Mid hdaee'cntgn1 t.r.drlgJfrom ;:
of Agriculture Box 847. KlsImmee : : during Land &: Investment Co. Section 12,
Florida Sportsman's Show in Os- Florda. sunset each day until 9.00 Township 26 South Range '30 East
the Silver Florida Department of A.M. the following morning. Name In which assessed: F. L. ;
ceola County during AgricultureC. 2. No trotllne shall be more than Poffenbaugh et al
Spurs Rodeo and the Florida L. Campbell D.V.M.. 500 yards in length nor shall carry Certificate No. 121 Year of Issu-
GAS State Veterinarian.May than 500 hooks. 1961
will more ance May 29.
Quarter Horse Jamboree 16, 23. 1963 3. All trotllnes shall be markedso Description of Property: Lot 292. 12i

PfTlOLfI bring additional thousands of IN as to be readily identified. Such Seminole Land &: Investment Co.,
Identification shall carry the number Section 1, Township 26 South
DELIVERIES GAS / visitors to attend the triple holiday OSCEOLA COUNTY. of the license under which the Range 30 East

( event. FLORIDA.IN trotllne Is being operated and the Name in which assessed; Milty I
AND : name of the person to whom said A. Fairchild et ux
Qatas.NATINS.SEFSIGRATIQNl The sports and recreation exhibition VERONA SEDA. Deceased. license was Issued. Certificate No. 119 Year of Issuance -' '

SERVICE will open Wednesday NOTICE MAKE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR TO 4. Other regulations shall be as May 29 1961 I
Wildlife Code of Lot 502.
set forth In the Description of Property: '
July 3, at noon in the Kissimmee FINAL DISCHARGE the State of Florida. Seminole Land & Investment Co..
Valley Agricultural Center. Exhibits This order shall become effectiveat Section 34. Township 25 South.
TheCREENSFUELtrademark Is your Guarantee of Satisfaction. CERN: sunset May 13 1963.A. Range 30 East
With our own refineries, vast underground and aboveground , contests, demonstrationsand That NOTICE Katherine IS C.HEREBY Seda has GIVEN filed D. ALDRICH. Director Name In which assessed: E. M.I I

storage facilities plus our own railroad tank car fleet, prizes are planned with the her final report as administratrix Game and Fresh Water Llpsowltz _
Fish CommissionMay No. 45 Year of Issu-
you can always depend on a reliable gas supply.GREEN'S show closing Saturday night, of the Estate of Verona Seda. deceased 16. 1963 ance May 29. 1961 I
; that she has filed petition
July 6. for' final discharge, and that she Description of Property: Lot 4. IN FLORIDA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Block 21, Kissimmee View Unit
afforded will apply to the Honorable O. P.
will be -
I FUEL An opportunity Johnson. County Judge of Osceola TIlE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Section 11. Township 25 B'I
all Osceola County organizations -County. Florida on the 14th day FLORIDA IN AND FOR Range 28 East
participating in sports or of June 1963 for approval of OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN Barbee Name In which assessed: BEER IS A NATURALAs
; CHANCERY. NO. 6489 I
same and for final discharge as
TH recreation activities, to exhibitto administratrix of the estate of FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ) Certificate No. 47 Year of Issuance '
1I Verona Seda. deceased. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ) May 29. 1961 I natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from
TLPARKS the holiday crowds the contribution This 13th day of May. 1963. OF OSCEOLA COUNTY a Cor-) Description of Property: Lots 5 which it is brewed beer is Florida's traditional beverage of
they are making in this KATHERINE C. SEDA poratlon organized and existIng ) &: 6, Block 26, Kissimmee View I
FURNITURit Katherine C. Seda. Admin under the laws of the ) Unit B, Section 11. Township 23 moderation. .light, sparkling delicious.And .
CO. istratrix of the Estateof United States of America ) South Range 28 East I
field.Members of the committee are Verona Seda. PLAINTIFF. ) Name in which assessed: F. N. : naturally Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to be a

t "See Us For Your Gas Appliances'KISSIMMEE deceased. \15. Herger of Florida and materials. For
directors of the Livestock Show, Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. PALMLAND ENTERPRISE ) Certificate No. 50 Year of Issu- major purchaser products raw

I ST. CLOUD headed by Chairman Frank: Attorney for Administratrix CORP.. a Florida Corporation; ) ance May 29. 1961 example the Brewing Industry is responsible for miMkms of
RICHARD R. CAPES and BAR-) Description of Property: Lot 5.
8A7-A 171 892-2011 Poffenbaugh 'of St. Cloud. Kissimmee.P. D. Box 492 Florida BARA A. CAPES. his wife; and) Block 31, Kissimmee View Unit B. dollars paid annually Florida farmers for pulpwood to be

I May 16. 23. 30. June 6, 1963 SILVER SHIELD CORPORATION ) Section 11, Township 25: South. made into cardboard boxes and cartons: MttKofts more are
a Florida Corporation. ) Range 28 East
I IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE DEFENDANTS. ) Name In which assessed: J. M. spent for other Florida materials and services. l IfI FtefWa

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Ol! FORECLOSURE OF MORTAGE Shalloross beer belongs. .enjoy it.
II FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE NOTICE OF SUIT Certificate No. 145 Year of Issuance -
E. BOWER and IVA ELJZABETI CORP.. a Florida Corporation. Ad- Description of Property: Lots 401
BOWER his wife. and MARS dress unknown: to 405 Inc., New Eden Unit 3. Section Iii UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC.
BOWER and HELEN V. BOWERhis YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 25. Township 25 South. Range !
wife. Plaintiffs. vs. ROBER' a suit has been brought 31 East FLORIDA DIVISION
F. BRUNS. JR.. single. et al. De against you. the nature of whichis Name In which assessed: Richard
ndants. SUIT TO QUIET TFTLE to foreclose a mortgage on the Lenahan

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Words 75c Additional Words Each Classified Boxed Per Inch $1.10
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FOR SALE-1961 Ford 4-door, 6- read. STOVES. REFRIGERATORS
ARTICLESFOR cylinder, stick shift, radio. REAL ESTATEFOR The County reserves the right to I Call. .
reject and all bids and to I
Very clean. 1200. 1515 North waive formaltier.! Parks Furniture Co.
SALE-2 lots, Davis Bungalow OFOSCEOLA For Prompt Repair of Your

FOR Park, second division. FLORIDA COUNTY. SewelNThurmond REFRIGERATOR

I"'" BARGAIN BAIT FOR RENTFOR Write P.O. Box 422, Mexico, (SEAL)By HARRIS G. DANIEL 1015 Watt Church ORLANDO Phone 847-4171

Comb. Ir; Zipper 3.; Tooth New York.
ItrnUir* 7e; Ear Bob Se; Slices ChairmanMay 9. 16. 1963
ale; Sok I9e: Pillows 7Be; FOR SALE: Expressway home Flowers For All Occasions
Shirt Sis Pant SI; Dresses RENT 2 Bedroom house SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I Christian Science
'1.50; Rag 3e; Xyl." S9e; furnished. Screened front moved to your lot. Call 847-2367 THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ELLIE HUGH'S
ankles 5e: I'Mties lie; Belts mAftf.1 after 6 p.m. Roscoe JewelL IN AND FOR OSCEOLA I Society
15e; Cap lie; Spreads $2.M; porch, utility room. 915 Pat- Furnished Home IN CHANCERY. NO.COUNTY.I- Each Wodnosday 8 p. m.
lair Net 4e; T-shirt See; Patrick. Completely IN RE I FLORIST
rick. Inquire at 913 yin : )
Nearly Everybody Trade at The FOR SALE: Three bedroom two THE FLORIDA FEDERATION ) I 309 N. Randolph

liaricals! Barn. ('.me t. Sibert FOR RENT OR SALE-Three Orange Gardens STA bath home. Large living room, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL ) I 2S HOADWAY M7-4S91 "a4., Swvkts . . . 11 ....

Mill. Warehovse. Follow ia Davenport.Immediately. the kirn*. bedroom house. Central heat, 2 Br. and Full Tile Bath separate dining, built-in kitchen WOMEN'S HOME. CLUBS INC. a RETIREMENT Florida-)) I ,..4_, kh.ol. . . , t-.M ....

BARGAIN BARN. Florida room, carporte, corporation. ) "
Ope. Week !).>'. Aad "Sadnt' ; built-in range and oven. Big of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I
utility room. Two miles East LHARN BARBERING
Corner lot. J12.500. 1221 Lehigh. DISSOLVE NON-PROFIT I
847-2826. Large screened porch ". separate dining town on paved road. 13000. CORPORATION. I Insure fatvre in.* GREEN'S FUEL
GOING NORTH MUST SELL Owner. 47-4406.. NOTICE hereby given under I wella
1957 Buick Special 2 door hard room . generous open patio . all mod- the provisions of Section 617.05 Florida Pay &: .
RENT Two and three ApprvrdOrlando
FOR : Statutes that the undersigned Sales and Service!
top. Excellent condition. Very room apartments. Aircondition- em features, built-in range and oven, auto- LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Corporation has filed In the Cir- Barber College
cuit Court of Osceola Flo- Tr.
clean. New tires. No reasonable 3399 S. Orange
offer refused. Frank postoffice.ed. Morefield Also Building furnishedhouse opposite matic washer . nearly New TV. In the Circuit TO Court DEFEND of the Ninth of rida.said Its Corporation Petition for and Dissolution that on GA 5-S876 MOW "'-4172 147-4171
Green. 1625 Doris Street Or- Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof the 23rd day of May. 1963. Orderof KISSIMMff
606 Emmett. See This Home To It. Osceola. State of Florida. In Dissolution of said Corporationwill f SAND ROCK
Gardens, Kissimmee. Appreciate -
ange Chancery. No. 6183. JAMES E. be entered by the Judge of For Gas Defowy: Phone
FOR RENT-2 BR house furn- JACKS. Plaintiff vs. CLARA L. the Court of said Circuit. MORTAR MIX Harold Wigd 847-205*
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. DEFEND. The State of Florida to Kenneth Blodtc
Rainbow $14,300FLORIDA
trailers. Clara L. Jacks. 9700 South Millard.
OSCEOLA OIL GO. HID Homes and Trailer'Park Mich- E\ergreen Park 42. Illinois. You EN'S CLUBS RETIRE- 892-7695 [St Cloud]
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. are hereby notified that a suit In For Gas Service: PhoneJ.
igan Ave. %-mile equity for divorce has been brought t '
6. RounfrM 8 1-4062
Bowling Alley. against you by Jarnes E. Jacks In i By: /sEsther A. Poppell 1 1I
SHOP IN KISSIMMEE past REALTYCOUNSELORS the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial I President f Robert AHn
Circuit In and for County of ATTESTs/ Avis Griffin Emory Bronson 847-4570
Osceola. State of Florida; and you Secretary leo Girourd 8472061R.
INC. are hereby summoned ordered and May 16. 1963 H. Had 892.1212. St. Cloudor
required to NOTICE or H. T. Simmons Mgr.
the Complaint
swer or defenses to that at
NOTICE Is hereby given
I 2 Broadway Kissimmee filed herein against you In the the regular meeting of the Boardof KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
[WE PREFER MEN & WOMEN OVER 60] above entitled cause. In the officeof County Commissioners of Os-
I Robert 847-3219
847-3157 at his O'ferry
said Court
847-3156 m the Clerk of ceola County to be held at the
office In the Court House In KIs- Count Courthouse. Kissimmee. R. W. lassitr 847-3442
20-HOUR WORK WEEKw. simmee., Florida on or before the Florida, at 10 o'clock A.M. on the Phone 847-3524 John bans St.Cloud 8923482Radio
I and to :
31st day of May, 1963. servea 17th day of June. A.D. 1963. the
.arc.M.ri..M.cHtof..!...ppmrahy for gwlM.d..I......- FOR RENT-One bedroom du-r copy Thacker of such and answer Thacker.or defenses plain question of the necessity and expediency
......I wHo toy*r.Hr. .....tll..try.hot_......1...foe eh.chell_....p.noa.. Air-conditioned. Carport. 319 S. WANTEDSUMMER Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida. on a Courthouse addition and repairing -' SALES SERVICE
p__.&...Mo.pert-tI_.......TM........l peeltl* I APPLIANCES
fl.4 m.n or wmtn opportunity to"vpplmnt their Income enlMf Clyde. law. If you fall to do so. a Decree )levying a building tax not to exceed I ELECTRICAL*..!.by working a t....y 30-hour woolu POSITION for ambi- Pro Confesso will be demanded entered five (5) mills per annum for I COMfim NOME fUlNBHHWJ
w.coocMlcoUy UoUi f for 50 yws.4.g.who ere FOR RENT: Nice upstairs apart against you for the relief a period not to exceed thirty (30) T V
In good hoolrii.*4 who owe sod turn.........tfcolr own car..The e ment. 304 South Dillingham. tious teacher or upper class In the said Complaint.hand as Clerk of consecutive years to pay for the FURNITURE CO.
college student male or fe WITNESS my cost of said construction and
.closed wM oct a OUIIT.R.LAnONSR.'USINTAnVI for FIOKIOA of Osceola repairs PARKS
CAM In*.-the werie"It*.**....... .... ceevelotcent center........ Reasonable. Inquire 203 South male. Opportunity to earn said County Circuit, Florida.Court and the seal of as provided by Section ESMMBOS St.God
after 13501. Florida Statutes. shall be
call 847-3013
Clyde or
In Orlondo.w.wlf..oeldw.f.rt.Krl.| por..oer..rdl..f.(s said Court at Kissimmee, Osceola
... .. .. ..... 51,000-51,500 in 60 days. $480 23rd considered at said meeting. The
. .. .. . with pre"w l 5 p.m. County. Florida. on the day
.1_........................retIre4 hoel..w sod........,....moo...dwoof. minimum guaranteed. WriteP. of April. A.D.. 1963. matters consideration as above will stated be acted after full
..,who fool rt..t tk.yTM --....... ...............-..of...- FOR RENT: Furnished small O. Box 243, New Smyrna IsGLENN RAY Court. and determined by the Board upon of NORRIS CLEANERSSpring
I."-eHl_..their Iteck.-tl- Clerk of County Commissioners. All members -
543 Broadway. in- Beach Florida. Florida
.. __. apartment. Osceola County.
* .Loe awls..s the ChelK.t. of the public Invited and
...*,,_...Kitlm. _of oo-saoo Ity_.............- quire 203 S. Clyde or call 847- (Circuit Court Seal) will be entitled tgre be heard at
EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBU- Thacker and Thacker said meeting.IN is Breeze with our Sanitone Servicesfor
IIIWII.f 30 poe w k.AmiCATION, 3013 after 5 p.m. Attorneys for Plaintiff WITNESS WHEREOF I Cleaning a
TORSHIP available for Osce-
PtOCIOUU Kisslmmee. Florida hereunto hand official Covers Blankets, Feather PiHows.KISSIMMEE'S .
set and Slip
C...DO NOT VlUT-Mr.........4U.7M1.Omi 4..for............ CLOSE IN, Room and bath, private ola County. Small inventory in- May 2, 9. 16, 23, 1963 seal this 6th my day of May. A.D. Drapes, ,
.,..', entrance. Board optional.Will vestment required. Wonderful 1963. I
.......... NOTICE TO BIDDERS (
will lie ssd.etd III Ori.nds soot wek. floor forman SEALS
consider yard work forrent. ground opportunity NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to / RAY i ._. FINEST
all Interested bidders that the Clerk of the Board of
118 South Beaumont. 847- who wants to add sub- I
FLORIDA CARE, INC. 4011. stantially to his income. For interview Board Osceola of County.County Commissioners Florida will receive of- County Osceola County.Commissioners Florida.of I I 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941

write P.O. Box 931-S sealed bids until 10:00 o'clock May 16. 23. 30. June 6, 1963
LAKEFRONT APARTMENT A.M.. May 28. 1963 for repairs to i

air conditioned, three rooms, Kissimmee. one wMch International Is located and TD-14 may be tractor.seenOr.a NO..JOB..TOO BIQ too small
full bath:and kitchen..garbage WANTED: White elephants. Appliances at the CounRoad Department or
: !
'' at Klsslmmec Park. when it comes to commercial
BASS SPRAY SERVE7'k1' disposal and Will
carport. furniture
toys ,,dishes, Florida.
make good deal to winter guestor plants, etc., by Beta Sigma Phi; Specifications may be obtained printing. Call 847-2881 today I ROTHROCKSEPTIC
10 EAST VINE permanent resident. Call sorority. Call 847-4337 or 847- from the Commissioners Clerk of the at Board his officeIn of and ask for Mr. Mears for free
j County estimates work.I
847-3866 after 5 p.m. weekdays, 2266 before May 24th for the Courthouse. on your job
TELEPHONE 847-2023 anytime weekends. Immediately following the time You'll be glad you did.
pickup. above shown, the proposals receiv TANK CO
Guaranteed control of Chinch Bugs ArmyWorms APARTMENTS FOR RENT 59, I

Ants Grasshoppers Dollar Spot, $11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul
Davis 114 Emmett Street.
Brown Patch and many others. I Culvert Tile for Driveways

Nutritional Fertilizer included In every FOR RENT: Apartments and ,-t Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
houses by week or month. Cot

spray for your lawns, ornamentals and ton's Apartments, North Orange Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps

Citrus Fruit Trees. Blossom Trafl. t

Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer 15 Years ExperienceK.

apartments with lake and shuf- /.. .:7 4q. a s.l. : C. ROTHROCK owner and operator
._aiM fleboard. By week, month or ...,..... 1 PS ,

Hwy.year. 44L Capitol Motel St. Cloud y ?

IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN e a. + f y Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

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MAKES c..pIete.... w.W,SMp -AI wart

PARTS AND SUPPLIESYour Old Orlando Hwy. nor Livestock Mark*.

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New Houses

CommercialStnlchreS SPONSOR YOUR BOY IN THE DODGE ($) SERVICECusfom Recapping W

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boat and accessories: should be protected by SidingS Come on,dad.Let's see that keen eye and batting power of your boy in action.Mel BE WISE-
insurance. They represent Q big investment. show you he's got what it takes in the Dodge "King of Swat" competition. It's fun. belie

Aluminum It's fair to aL! There's nothing for you to buy or try. ECONOMIZEExtra

Fire, theft i damage to other boats and liability Here's how it works.You bring your boy in to our showroom.He takes five pnc&:

insurance are available In any combination. The Awnings. 1 swings and then ten official swings at a baseball that's attached to an ingenious stand
cost Is reasonable.LUPFER'S. i Every hit sends the baseball round and round while a meter records the distance.If Quality Blocks

Storefront. a boy is in good form,be's going for long distance-because this baseball looks r G At No Extra.Coat
Marquee feels and hits like a regulation baseball And,as it is with the real thing,ifs not bow
hard the ban is hit that counts-it's how squarely.A cool head and a sharp eye an do O

EstimatesSEE wonders toward winning! Boys only compete in their age group:The Senior Circuit t Pes.147-4021

-.._ (boys age 10 and 11)or the Junior Circuit (boys age 8 and 9) or the Rookie Circuit

-' .-f: '-.(boy age 6 and 7). Winners receive "King of Swat" championship trophies and the
-I honor of being King of Swat for 1963". Member of Osceola County Builders AssodaUea

Each boy must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. So come on in. The
Insurance K. C. Moore, Jr. 1963"King of Swat"coud! be your boy J


1918 -. 1963 Batter Up Riedel Motors Weekdays 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. PRODUCTS INC.

11 Stewart St. Saturdays 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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