Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00280
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: May 23, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00280
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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Entered as Second Class Matter KISSIMMEE( FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 23 1963 1.PRICE TEN CENTS
:__- _ Kissimmee. Osceola County, Florida Phone

Local Elks To Elks Call: For

Attend ConventionBeginning Blood Donors iii

May 23rd, and Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873is "r rr

Saturday, May sponsoring an important drive "< ..:.
State Elks for blood tank donors on Wednes- 'f .

its day evening, June 5th from 5:30 % .
tion at Tampa. to 8:30 p.r. at the lodge quartersat
headquarters 15 W. parlington Ave., when
the Mobile Unit of the Central :I '
idan Hotel, "".
L eighty-two Florida Blood Bank of Orlando **<> .
will be on hand to receive donations -
TEAM-Members of the Jaycees Little League ida will gather of blood from all volunteers.I '. ?
ings for a .
Team are pictured above left to right. First row, Reed sions, under Any resident of Osceola County, 't ...
Berlinsky John Collins Ronnie Horn Mike Guffie Cur- State President of either sex, in general good

tis Burgess, David Johnson, John Guelde Bill Padgett. Jr., of health is urgently requested to 1 fi
support this community project r| \
Second row, Curtiss Roberts Lester Purdy Brad Padgett In the by coming in-person or sending'

Kim Thogmartin Tommy Tufts, H. L. Davis Jeff Tom- May 23rd the relatives, friends or business as-i

linson. Back row, Danny McQuagge and Wm. C. May of the Elks sociates to donate a pint of blood.' { 9

r managers. (Photo by Hamrick). lando see, The blood so collected and held
in reserve is available for trans-
Beach and the officers fusions to all residents of. the I BUYS FIRST POPPY Mayor Adrian Bovis, left, it

compete for Catholic County in case of need or emer-I shown buying the first poppy in the annual American

crown. The Front gency; therefore, if the reserveis I Legion sponsored Poppy Day sale from Diane Ketchum
vised State year.
by to continue to function, the sup-
Jordan, of John ply must be replenished from I junior member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit

winner will : Mean time to time. Donations of blood I No. 10. The poppies which will be on sale Saturday are

Elks Dr. from the Elks reserve are givento made by the disabled veterans in hospitals as a living
y 1y
Francisco in I ( ) individuals only, free ol charge, symbol of those who gave their lives in service to the
Another however, the recipient must pay Photo Hamrick .
country. ( by )
vention will be : I for the administrative costs.

fast, on Donors must be in general good
K t.. Anna Home health, between the ages of 21 Commencement to
Past State and 59; if married or in the

Campbell, of Armed Forces, aged 18; otherwise
ing officer. persons between 18 and 21 must
which of the route have written permission of a parent . Be Held May 31stEighty

and Paul he hoped the or guardian on forms pro-

Lodge as road from the vided. will nie Cabell Carrico
candidates Carl
eight Alice
All wishing to give blood should
to 520 would
meal be eligible for graduation at Chezem, Cecil Collins, Paul
not eat a substantial four
after the
Managing Commencement exercisesof Corbitt Carolyn Croft Janet
the ,
hours prior to giving blood and
Anna Hospital under way. Fri- Digges William Shar
Osceola High School Dupree,
have only fruit or fruit juices,
million in
dren at $3 day, May 31st at the Tupper- qn Edwards, Sheila Eggers
toast and-or crackers with jam or
TUPPERWARE for the care right-of-way ware Auditorium. Linda Elliott, heryn English,
TEAM-Members of the TupperwareLittle
jelly, coffee and tea with sugarno
League team are shown above left to right front capped first.' ( cream), carbonated drinks, Dr. Ray Sowers, director of Edward Fennell, Angelica
operated by Teacher Education at Stetson Gastildi, Sharon Gehrett, Lee
row, Jimmy Magnusson Lee Watson Tom Tyner, Gene Elks be completed water. Alcoholic or dairy productsare : University, will be the speaker Gifford.

Atkinson, John Magnusson Joey Moore Dennis Conna- Many coming from not permitted during tow for the evening. The vail- Edward Grissom, Judy

han. Second row, Stuart :Nelson Pat Sikes Larry Stanley been planned counties hours Donors previous.with recent colds, ailments . dictory address will be given Guynn, Fred Hall, Sandra

Roy Anderson Fred Anderson Joe O'Dell John Bass and their Commr. Joe or allergies, under a doc. by Miss Judy Roehrich. Salutatorian Hare, Robert Hampp, tetty
lodge, is Miss Vivian Beltz. Harper, Winford Harrell
Bill Holloway. Back row, Marshall O'Dell and Howard eventually to tor's care or having had surgeryor '
708. And the The music will be presented John Higman, David Hinck-
Harris managers. (Photo by Hamrick). come to a road from transfusions recently cannot be by the Osceola High ley, Jon Hoke, William Johns,
tomary "State west over accepted. The medical staff ol I[ School Band under the direc- Tony Johnson, Larry Koger
the Mobile unit will look after all
on Saturday to tion of John B. Jamison. Bruce Kragenbrlnk, Danny
Softball the donors and aftei
League Delegates immediately The annual Baccalaureate lackey Loraine LjUlefield,
this road their donation the donors will be
Lodge No. see Service will be held Sunday, Cynthia Luthe, Karen Macy,
together with as possible guests of the Elks Lodge for a L May 26th, at 8 p.m., also at Richard Martin, John Miller.
going to give generous steak dinner. This is s L the Tupperware auditorium.Rev. Robert Muir, Theodore Nelson
Schedule AnnouncedThe clude .
to Cocoa and special appeal to the residents
Leading county John Briley, minister of Betty Peterson, Ralph
J to take part in this project t the First Methodist Church, Porter, Mary Powers, Judy
Osceola County Softball The schedule for the rest of turing Loyal by giving a pint of blood so tha t will be the featured speaker. Roehrich, Steve Rogers, Karen

League has been reorganizedthis this month is: May 22, Padgett'svs ship and others may live.Chamber Other ministers taking part Rooney.
year and boasts of six teams State Road Camp (1)), Utility All local in the service will be Rev. Bette Sammons, Richard
To Enter Dorr Van of the First United Sanders, Ernest Scaggs, Rod
Instead of four. They will be Plant ,vs Kenansville (2); May invited to
24 Hunts (1). ShowThe Presbyterian Church, Rev. ney Schmidt, Hampton Ses-
playing a,20 game schedule to vs Broadway desire. Sportsman's
James Cox of the First Chris slons, Charles Shepherd, Linda
begin Wednesday, May 22. Utility Plant vs. Padgett's (2); Kissimmee Chamber o r
tian Church Rev. Carl Staata, Irma Stahl
Beatty, Judy
It will be season, Hay 27, State,, Road Camp* i',
a- .divided ys" -Three Commerce' agreed to partlcl Free Mthodist Church and the Stalllonts, William Stanko,
fcTeactu The winners Etunts'1 (1), KenansviHe": Broadway .
with 10 Mid-Florida
games pate in the Sportsman's "
of the Rev. Wendall HafnUn'-of the WilHftm Stephen* Jr., Mytiee
of each will vie in a three (2); May 29, Broadway vs On R o b. will be Show; July 3-6, at th game playoff for the title of'Utility Plant (1), Kenansville vs Three demon- Kissimmee Valley Agricultural I The Osceola High School Stone Ronald Story Gary
county champs. State Road Camp (2); May 31,. rested for ; pro- Center concurrent witl 1 Chorus, under the direction Suhl, Michael Suldo.
The teams are spons6red by Padgetts vs Hunts (1), Utility the Silver Spurs Rodeo anc 1 of Miss Sandra Deakins, will Leslie Sullivan, L a m a r
the Broadway Pharmacy, Hunt Plant vs State Road Camp (2). man County will in- the Florida Quarter Horse! sing. Mrs. Margaret Tyner Teems, Patricia Thacker, Car-

Bros., Kissimmee Utility Plant Sheriff Bob recreational Association Jamboree. will be the organist. lie Theiss, David Tomlinson,
and the State Road Camp of Kis- County Wins HonorsIn ported the ---------s campers, Chamber President Al COOS r Those graduating will be James Wells, Lawrence
simmee, Padgett's Pharmacy of horse trail commended the project and I Peggy Acree, Janice Alder Whaley, Bruce Whitewolf, Allen .
Fair man on a businessmen -
CompetitionOsceola urged its support by
St. Cloud and Phillips 66 of Ken- and western wear, man, Kirk Anders, Suzanne Whitson, Judy Williams
ansville. County was again appointing Fred Me Bartee, William Bass, Frances Walter Wood, Linda Woods,
The schedule calls for double honored by the Florida Fed 15-year-old Osceola Coun- Daniels, Chamber Manager to I Baya, Vivian Beltz, Paul Wiley Wooten, Joe Woodward,
headers each Monday Wednesday eration of Fairs and Livestock The sheriff to cooper- arrange for the C. of C. exhibit Blough, Esta Bobroff, John II Carol Wysong and Elaine
Shows as the Kissimmee Val- Billy Hinton participants of Briley, Charles Burgess, Con- Yauger.
and Friday nights at the i
ley Livestock Show was have been and firms in- Plans for the show were
Osceola Athletic Field, the first ed presented by Jim Killip who
awarded five Blue Ribbons at robbery field, assist
game at 6:30 and the second at. the Annual Meeting and Short the _alleged. : exhibits explained that the show was: Veterans Insurance
8 p.m. until May 30th. As 01 Course, at Gainesville last mond i* : : interests, inspired by the current Recreational I

July 1st the games will continue week. He named and provide Development pro,: Dividends Availableother
Wednesday and Friday nights The Silver Spurs Rodeo 42, of K competi- gram. Killip reviewed prog
with the possibility of Saturday Livestock Show program charged with "tie-in" ad- less of the effort following I
night double headers. again won first prize, having Other up Osce- two years of research by the Approximately 4,810 Korean 2. Convert his "RS" policyto
Admission is free, plenty of been awarded first In 1961 sheriffs i July Fourth Governor's Committee and Conflict veterans of Florida a low-cost "W" permanent
parking space is available and and second In 1962. the introduction of legislation have about six months remain- plan insurance policy now.
i also bleachers. All of the playersare The blue ribbon was awarded ed.Herman E. St. which will provide Fifty ing in which to take advantage If the "RS" policyholder
looking for plenty of specta for the third consecutive fishing Manager; Million Dollars for the aquis- of about $526,300 in special takes either of these stepson
tors to urge them on in' their year for the Kissimmee Val Jones St. ; pro ition of 130,000 acres of wil- insurance dividends to be or before September 13,
L efforts. ley Livestock Show scrap aggravated i Willett derness land and the development paid to those exchanging "RS" 1963. he will receive his special .
book. ; Prizes Sher- of recreational areas, policies, for policies bearingthe dividend. These dividends
For the second the of which I about $100, depending
Commencement year Cloud. BuDd- was brought out of the letter "W" average
Livestock Show's publicity usia County Kissim- Senate Committee :Monday This special dividend offer I upon the age of the policyholder
Recital TonightThe and advertising campaign session of ; Frank, Wood- with a unanimous vote. 1 expires September 13, 1963, and the length of
placed first. I Dura pick ; Arrange- This effort could provide W. W. Parker, County Service time he has held his policy.He .
annual piano recital presented The promotional brochure. ty in Fort tremendous economic advantage Officer, said today.It must act on or before
by pupils of Miss Myr-, received a blue ribbon, haying obtaining ; by Board the of other Di- to Osceola County, one applies only to Korean September 13, 1098, however,
tilla F. Beals, will take place placed second last year. pretense; Val- of a group of 5 counties which Conflict veterans whose insurance or the dividend cannot be
Thursday, May 23 at 8 p.m. a t The local Livestock Show gene have only 999 acres of public policy number is pre- paid.Altogether
the high school_auditorium. faces stiff competition In ed of assault land would gain 95,000 acres I ceded by the letters "RS". No about 490,000
Program will :be given :by the these contests being In the ._ I for hunting,-hiking, campingand government life Insur- Korean Conflict policyholdershave
following: Diane Partin Jill group of fairs having up to Rites I To picnic areas. ance policyholders are elig already changed "RS"
Stonebraker Suzanne Lockwood, 90,000 visitors, many of them The Mid-Florida Sportsma's policies. Approximately $88
Vera K. House
Martha Sessions, Linda Cox charging admissions which Show Is dedicated to the ible.To get his dividend, the"RS" million has been distributedin
provide generous budgets for Vera K. I II dividends since the bill
Donald Sewell, Cheryl .Ann Hart- promotion of the recreational policyholder must either establishing -
ley, Ray Cody, Marilee Hartley, teir operation.The Sproule I Church Kind- potentials and facilities of 1. Exchange his "RS" term this dividend became
Kissimmee Valley Live I
passed Osceola and Mid- a law on September 13,
Lynn 'Davis, Jane Mcdoskey, Open House County the policy for a "W, term policyat
stock Show was representedby
Hunter Smith. hospital i from 10 to Florida area.Recreational. generally only onethirdthe
Jim Killip. Program editor
lengthy leaders have Although
cost he Is now paying.
The public is invited. and chairman of exhibit A native church. Dr. John Rao Sells
who will be urged that letters be sent to the term cannot be re- I
had been a will be legislators urging passage of newed after age 50, protectioncan Registered BullDr.
r, community the bill. be continued by convert-
: : : : ; years. I John 0. Rao, of Kissim
; to low-cost permanent
.. . will be served I ing
: .'. .- She was I plan insurance policy at any mee, recently sold an Aberdeen-
: ... ,. First is invited. Salvation Army time while the term is in! Angus bull to Dr. Robert G.
D) :z was a Past I force. Wood, of St Cloud
;! .
.pp \ fi\.t the Kissimmee.Order Fund Drive StartsFund
} :
\ -\',. ..:JC} 't..v.. Survivors ; drives for the Salvation
\ : ;t"::', t band, J. : : Army in St. Cloud as well as
t ... j daughter Kissimmee began Monday morn-
;" t' .. ter, ing with kickoff breakfasts.The .
k .
;: : \ .Jf. 4. '1' (, H. Bettler, advance solicitation began
\ ."L. < ; < '' ) Also 3 last week, and in Kissimmeethe
it t. tr J s. Funeral
.: ' L. : Rev. Richard Fullerton re-
,. ... at 2 o'clock
; 1 {'L' ported that collections were "notas
Grissom energetic as might be."
I- t John Malvin Samuel is chairman of
First the drive In Kissimmee. He re- p

ciating. ported some reaction toward the ( k 1.

Messrs.Densmore W., Salvation"We should Army have drive.it clearly in 1"(1 ,1 = 1

Sam street Jr.. mind that the Salvation Armyis : :),.. : l lt
ATTEND WORKSHOP-Officers of the Florida Feder- Interment doing something for us ) I
this is not a donation to the Salvation -
of Women's
ation dubs attending the district workshop Hill i Army. It is to the Salvation 1 :

held here last week are shown above, left to right Mrs. J. eral Home Army service unit in KIss- ;r., ',.. _:; -1i
Frank,Johnson Jr.,'junior vice director, FFWC; Mrs. Wil- arran. immee and St Cloud. {# ,,1. f-;

liam Marquett junior director district 6; Mrs. E. J. Hen- "We now send people to the ? y { ; ,;:x a <

sel Jr., junior district director; Mrs. J. R. Cloven ''Kn. Toe*. 5-14 Osceola High Salvation Army in Orlando with- GIRLS STATE REPRESENTATIVES-Ruth Hale, Karen

Charles MacDowell director district 7; Mrs. Mark Em- Wed. 5-15 State at Tal- out being worthy of it. If we Hansell and Sandra Adams will represent Oseeola High

rael, let rice president FFWC; Mrs. Albert Hulk, 2nd T urL 5-1a . Shown above sent an of the money up there School at Girls'State at Tallahassee this Spring. They are
would what
rice president FFWC; Mrs. Claude WfeaOey president FrL 5-17 Makinson-- the it Salvation only Army help has repay done for shown above with Mrs. Carl Ke&toa who represented tAte

Kiimmee Junior Woman's dab; Mr*. Robert Ford gun Sat.. t 5-li+-la Jr. (Photo by Kissimmee in the past," he American Legion Auxiliary sponsors. (Photo by Ham

president Ki* mmee Woman's dub. "(Pboto bj Vic) 'MM. "!. ) said. rick).


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r Charlie TaylorSuccumbed Mittie V. Leola Barber, Melbourne;
Martin .., Ford I I Mrs. Callie Goodson, Canal I Social Security
Tuesday Passed Point Mrs.
I Away FridayMittie ; Lena McWaters, OfficialTo Be HereA
Died in Delaware I Charlie Ellis Taylor, 57, of .Winter Garden; Mrs. Myrtle
V. 74 of
Story, Route Crussel
: 507 North Emory Street, Kiss 6 Manchester, New representative of the Social
member of a pion- Hampshire
and Mrs. Rosalie
Security Admtafetratfcn District
; Word has been received! tltlltlLlt1lLlJ immee passed away Tuesday eer Central Florida family, Tindall
Orlando. One broth.
; Orlando the
wiB be at
i that :Martin B. Ford of Dover,. evening after a lengthy ill passed away in an Orlando er, James E. Richards, Or Community Howe hi Kiatfanmee
Delaware died May 18th. Mr.J hospital early Friday after a lando. Also 36 grandchildren
ness.A Coun- on Monday, June 3 and Monday, ,
Ford was a former resident of native of Hardman brief illness. She was the widow and 19
Orange Gardens and is survived By BETTY EBY ty, Tennessee, he had been a of Samuel Story who pass- Funeral great services grandchildren.were held June 17, 1963 between toe hours
by his wife, Florence and resident of this communityfor ed away in 1953. at 4 o'clock from of 9:00 sun and DOOM.
Sunday the
children.NO I i the past 38 years. Born January 20, 1889, In Grissom This service is made availableto
Chapel with the Rev.
caM He mechanic for the those who wish to apply lee
I was a Winter Park, she had been a David Thomas and the Rev.
City of Kissimmee and was a lifelong resident of Osceola Cecil Old-Age and Survivors Insurance
JOB TOO BIG or too small I member of the First Christian and Orange Counties. etbearers Mathis officiating. Cask benefits Social Security account

: : when it comes 'to commercial Birthday congratulations ons this Mr. and Mrs. Lester Galster of Church. She was a member of the Cox, U J.were Messrs. Ray numbers, or obtain information
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printing. Can 847-2881 today week are being sento Earl Syracuse, New York were week- I He is survived Dy ms Wife, Barton Lake Baptist Church. Hart, Gerold Fred about tile Social Security Pro-
I and ask for Mr. Mears for free, Murphy, Rea Overstrt *t, Louise end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Verdie M. Taylor. Five Stepsons Survivors include four sons, Turner and Bud Tindall, Ray gram.
CALL estimates on your job work. Huntsinger, Margaret Sull, Bert Archie Roe, 1702 Janet Street. I Cletus Russell, Memphis, Gay Story, Orlando; Clyde followed Tyson. Interment
! 847.3489, You'll be glad you did. Tindall, David Smitt Warreh,. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Galster I Tennessee; Mart Russell, Story and Lincoln Story, both Peace Cemetery St.in Mount

I I i York Mrs. J. M. John ton, Marion have moved into their homeat I Pennsylvania; Clifford Russell St Cloud, and Maxel Story, Grissom Funeral ,Home Cloud.In SHOP IN KISSIMMEE
Draggoo, Blake jMakinson, 1710 Oak Street in Orange Sikeston, Missouri and Oviedo. Five daughters Mrs. charge of

) AGRICULTURALFINANCING Acree Polly,Mason J. W. Lynn Standridge Kirchoff, Ralph Leo Garden from that Mr.they and recently Mrs. Charles purchased -- R.issippi.C. Russell One ,step Walnut daughter, Miss-, ,'I".......................-.........w.! ...w.........!...!.........................-....-.......arrangements..........-.............uu.........._....u...u"u._;_"_"__"_"uu 3"nnnnnnn._ ..........nn n" I
Dearmin, Mike Partin, Wayne C. Hffl. Mrs. Inez Hollis, Sikeston. x / .
Littlefield, Paul Riggs, Robert Mr. and Mrs. Carl Heatwoleof Three brothers,Ike Taylor and ; ; z xr ,
Cotton, Jerry Phay, Brownie and Parkersburg, West Virginia Lee (Tuffy) Taylor, both of :I .
. Jerry Wise, Carrie Steimnan, and visited Kissimmee this week. Kissimmee and Clarence Tay- ; :xis I .
Jane lor, California. 10 grandchildren
Dyer. wishes to each I
Mrs. of
Briley Tampa is visit-
of and 3 great grandchild is
you. ing her son and family, the John i .
including Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Austin Brileys.A ren.Funeral r I
r ::
:: have returned from a tour which OLD Mr. BOSTON
letter from the Howard ;;
"GROVES took them 11 ajn. Saturday from the t x
the western through states. Mexico and Halls tells of their trip throughthe Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. I r.Y. Ia
Straits of Gibralter and into Jimmy R. Cox, Minister of the
i Martin, 10th BUYER'S GUIDE TO
Morroco. They are now on a First Christian Church, officiating FINEST LIQUORS I
grade student at
Osceola High tour of Italy and France. The assisted by the Rev. z'I
School, was named to' the last Halls are visiting their daughterand Delmar D. Debault, Ministerof =

._ current interest honor roll but her name was family, the Clem Carrazas Christian Church, Winter :
. omitted from the
; rate . ..' week's issue. list in last. in Spain. Haven. Honorary Casketbear i WHISKIES I
Word was ,received here by ers were Messrs. J. A. Bald-
S John P. Bielman Jr.: serving Mrs. John that her ing, Fred Barclay, Floyd Bron- xis
Macky mother -
5. *% with the Atlantic Airborne Early Mrs. W. O. Watford is ill in son, Wilmar Jones, Eddie Par- i . in this great blend! i
Warning Training Unit with the.U.s. Jackson County Hospital, Mar- tin, H. H. Partin, Carl RuddC. xI iz
Navy, and James M. Oliver, ianna, Florida. Haye Ronald Lasitter, TomC. rr
'' serving aboard the radar picket Haye. Ronald Lisitter, Tom _
simple interest destroyer USS Frank Knox in the Carson Lane, H. H. Lively, Emerson r.. Mr. Boston knows that only rich Kentucky =
Pacific, took part in the recovery C. Morris Plylar' a"nd Curtis Sewell. Interment -
readiness program for astronaut Died SaturdayCarson followed in Shingle r. :Iplll"' Whiskey puts deep and satisfying Iz

; Gordon Cooper last week. .Creek Cemetery. Grissom flavor in a Blended Whiskey. atx
'; OUR THIRTIETH YEAR Johnny Crowell of Winter Gar- C Morris 80, residentof Funeral Home was in chargeof r x =x
den spent the weekend with his Kissimmee for the past thirty arrangements. X
,. ij We also know
: several K
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kentucky
five years died Saturday morn- X
r: serving these counties: Henry Simmons, in Idora Park. ing. He was a Baptist and a retired r Whiskeys, blended with neutral spirits, x X
'. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Brake carpenter. Parents Should X
Lake Orange -Volusia left Tuesday for their give unique X
home at He is survived by one brother =- you smoothness you just x f
Seminole Osceola Ionia, Michigan where they will Mr. W. F. Morris of Raleigh Review First Aid r.x can't beat. x X
spend the summer. North Carolina. Two sisters Mrs. r X
Brevard Fifty-two Kissimmeeans made Chisholm Bisher and Mrs. T. J. Now that summer vacationsare x x
up the motorcade which went to Ward of Denton, N. C. Two nep- around items the corner, there :.: - -- So if you like Kentucky Whiskey, get it at X
are some to review. - X
Tampa Saturday to the:
see cln- hews Wilson R. Davis, Selma,
The Osceola County Civil ., i E1 its best in Rocking Chair.
erama "South Seas Adventures". Ala. and Carl B. Davis, Tallahassee You'll know X
CENTRAL Defense Office f x
FLORIDA Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Kirkham recommendsthat i =
Florida. r
and daughter of Gainesville visit- parents review the actions t: Kentucky Whiskey tastes best as a blend. X
PRODUCTION CREDITASSOCIATION ed in Kissimmee last Funeral services were held in .for first aid and artificial respiration t: X
weekend. x
the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral : -
Mrs. Al Peterson procedures. X
underwent Home at 3:00 p.m. Monday with Major E. J. Smith he ;
surgery last week at the OsceolaHospttal. says ii ICmItO> l X
Rev. A. L. KIrkland, officiating.
has distributed many bookson Mr. BOSTON'S X
Interment was in Shingle Creek I "First Aid" and has X
a good
J. P. Payne, General Manage* w "-y Ellen Vine underwent X
: I'I Cemetery under the direction of i supply still on hand at the ROCKINc X
surgery Tuesday at the Winter the Riedel Funeral Home. i Civil Defense Office In the I ROCKING CHAIR X X
1916 North Orange Avenue I Park HospitalMrs. County Court House and will CHAIR X
Ellis F. Davis X
who has
also place them at the Post
Orlando. Florida Ethel
A. II :
been a patient at the Orange Maguffey Offices, City Halls, County ; WHITE LABEL X '

I Phone: GArden'2-5800 Memorial Hospital, is now recuperating Died Tuesday Health Dept. and at the County X X .\
at her home. II BLENDED WHISKEY x
...._.. ...._u I 4 Ethel Amanda Maguffey, 62, building in St. Cloud. They X
are free and he suggests thata :: X
of Airport Road, Kissimmee, book be carried in the car :: x X
passed away Tuesday morn- as well as having one at home. z
ing after several months ill :: X

ness. She was the widow of -,.,., ....-.. '.-". :.....c::" . X:C
fi' Richard ; \>a. }J.' '
y} .Yj r' d Charles Maguffeywho .. .
SHRIMP Y r %"; -* > tut "- .
passed !
away in 1961.A .

had been native a of resident Arkansas of, this she In A Basket r.ij "INTELLIGENCE IN THE PURCHASE . tJ/Jt zZ!


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She is survived by one son, I f
James Maguffey, Kissimmee. .
Two stepsons, Wayne D. Ma 4 3 m
.. guffey, Kissimmee and Dennis easy steps to a road maps, with a route planned to avoid detours
q:} T. Maguffey, Pontiac, and take in as many points of interest as possible

r.,. .;..4;.. Michigan. Also 1 grandchild. carefree vacationthe . Then after a family get-together to set
/1: ; Funeral services will be final vacation plans, and a pre-vacation car checkat
held at 11 a.m. Thursday from
your Standard station you're ready for
the Grissom Chapel a
with the STANDARD trouble-free
Rev. John Briley, Minister of wayHappy trip.
-the First Methodist Church, While traveling, too, you'll be right on course

officiating. Casketbearers vacation trips begin with the postcard you if you make your stops at the Standard Oil sign

: Messrs. Worth Cain, Lemon send to Standard Oil Touring Service for a free where we take better care of your car. .

/ McClellan, John Bryant, Jr., trip-routing.Within few days you receive marked STANDARD
i Glenn Ray, Carl Young, Dick OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY)
Wooten and Dan Sullivan. Interment -
: to follow in Shingle r ;
Creek Cemetery. Grissom Funeral j1yew.

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Kbsfmnaee Gazette, Htaaimn ee, FlaTtaon., May 28, 1963 S
---- 356 Head r"""""""-'cur ON Dan uNc-----------
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Yacht Club Held ToastmastersClub L

Overnight CruiseThe 'I Being FormedFred Sold On SAVE qT Big Week va -l I

over night cruise to Ponce -- :
De Leon Springs on May 18 and 1- McDaniel was named _
chairman of the WednesdayAt
19 was a huge success. There I
Club here. TOPVA
I Toastmasters The organization -
were 27 boats of members and the Kissimmee Livestock
: is now being organized -
5 guest boats attending. I Market Wednesday 356 cattle STAMPS
and all men interested in
The Club House at the Lake and calves were sold comparedto t
front is open each weekend improving their speaking!' ability 375 a week ago. I 1L" I WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR
invited contact McDaniel
from noon on.Saturday to 6 p.m. of the Chamber of Compared to last Wednesday : S i NEAREST FRIENDLY WINN-DIXIE
on Sunday for the convenienceof manager slaughter steers, heifers and A Good Thru
w Limit One Coupon To Adult With
all boaters. Gas, oil and cold Commerce. bulls too few for test. Other 25
May A
$5.00 or Mort Food Order.
Attending first pre-charter
drinks are available.The classes about steady. Stocker

next regular meeting will Wood meeting and were Dean Lt.Bowen Gov., Earl both K.of steers .and heifers $1.00 lower, ) I : 11' Iii
be held June 3 at 7:30 p.m. with Orlando. cows too few for test and calves L i
the usual covered dish supper. steady to S2.00 lower with decline
Director meeting, May 29th at Named temporary secretarywas on 100-250 lb weights. Near- -------------------------J
Bob Bobroff. Committee
8 p.m. ly 50 percent of the run went to a SALE
chairmen named were Bill Ham
slaughter with cows making up
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mond, dues; Bud Eide, constitu
one-third of the cattle.
tion and by-laws; Dan Autrey,
and standard slaughter

FREEZETTE cows 15501750. cutter. SAVE 30 Limit one with $5.00 food order. Center Cut Breakfast
BUY FROM THE 137516.00 canner $11,0013.75.Utility or
commercial $20.50. I Pillsbury Flour BAS 29
Good calves $24.50-27.00, stand-
ard $21.00-25.00, utility $18.00- SI Ham
WHY' : PAY' MORE I 21.50.

_ Standard and good vealers MORTON . CHICKEN, BEEF, TURKEY ..

!FDR 1 LAUNDRY ( $25.00-29.00 700 Common lb. feeder-stackers and few medium$16.00-400-' Meat Pies. 6FORI. _

2050. .,
} Common 350-550 Ib. heifers

SOFTNESS] ? 150017.50, one.medium $20.00. CHERRY, PEACH, COCONUT (
Good 250-500 lb. calves $25.00, '.
medium $21.50-25.00, common Fruit GOVERNMENT / / j
Hood Soft Rinse pampers aH 1 180021.50, medium 100-250 lbs I Pies. 3 FOR $1 l. I INSPECTED B
your vrashables and your +r HOOCH 255028.00, one $35.00, common SMOKED
pocketbook, toot! Huffs towels Sogt $21.0025.00Witnesses I

and diapers to fleecy soft. Plan I

ness. Leaves fabrics so deep- RINSE. Three Conventions REGULAR 39
wrinkle.free that ironing a I
easy-when necessary at all. "It will be three conventions I Grade "A" Quick FrozenthEy
instead of two for the United.
The complete fabric softener States this "
year. Wm. J. Col
at the economy price. gate, Sr., presiding minister of the
Kissimmee congregation of Jeho i
HOOD SOFT RINSE vah's witnesses, announced last! D Baking Hens
night. This came as a surprise I I
I to the congregation as Mr. Col-!
gate read the announcement from
the Watchtower Bible and Tract
Society"Milwaukee, convention has been'added sponsors. to I BONELESS ROUND W-D Brand

New York and Los Angeles," Col-' FULL CUl 8 8 7'II HEAVYDRESSED
gate said. "This became neces-. lB.
It's Traditional sary due to limited facilities in a k 5 'LL .
New York. The new stadium for St e
the New York Mets baseball club CHUCK & DRAWN
The.familiar expression,"Your wishis is not completed, and thus the LOSE \ B
Polo Grounds will not be avail- fLAVORFUL 49 FI'
our command, is an apt description .
abel for ,
our use he added. LB.
,of our efforts to follow the According to Colgate, the majority .
tI family's wishes conducting the of the congregation will be Roast. .
funeral service; Riedel service has traveling to New York for the 8-
traditionally been centered around: day gathering which will be held BEEF Quantity Rights Re5trved Prices Good thru May 2LEAN. **
July 7-14 in Yankee Stadium. A' MEA TV. ..
THE -ORDE4 crowd of 125,000 is expected for LB.
Of MGOLDE. the New York meeting. : 3H, EACH . STANDARDTomatoes..w3
...RUli "This will be our sixth Convention R.1 b 5 .
in Yankee Stadium since CAN 91
III 1950," Mr. Colgate .pointed out. GROUND
"Following the New York gather- LEAN. FRESH $189
24 HOUIPhone JYjzeAMSIJIAN(1 we begin a series of , S K
conventions around the world.
\ O7 EMMETT STREET f Preserves = 3m
SERVK>f KISSIMMEE FLORIDA There will be 22 in all which will . Uo .
take some 550 delegates from the \ '
United States and Canada to Eu- SAVE 16t EACH DEEP SOUTH PEANUT
: 1 rope, Asia, Australia, Philippines, GUARANTEED
647-3188 Il Hawaii and back to the United I Butter..j 49x
: States for the Los Angeles con-. Sftt\SflCt\Ol\ =
vention in just sixty days." :
"We expect 1963 to be one of .. .. SAVE 20* EA. Blue White Arrow Limit 1 with $5. food order
w r tw.r .. ..
the outstanding years in our his- -
Detergent GIANT 391
tory, Colgate said. "Our congre-
gation along with all the .other ... . -
congregations of Jehovah's Wit- SAVE 16* EA. Astor PolvUnsoturottdShortening Umft 1 with $5. food orderAstor
nesses world wide will be working
I 100 per cent to accomplish this." GRADE "A" SUPERBRAND FRESH FLORIDA CAN 491


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4 The Kissimmee Gazette, Klsslramee, FUu, Tfcara, May IS, ism. .
: FFWC WorkshopAttendance Garden Circles
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High .
Monell-Tindall Vows I

The workshop conducted by . 0I Install Officers I: NAME BRANDS

district seven of the Florida .
Exchanged FridayThe Federation of Women's Clubs j The Day Lily recently held was accepted as a new member. i t

had almost a record attend- their installation of officers in the Hints on summer care of the 4 WEEKFOR

of 164 including three new Cattlemen Association Build- garden were given by Mrs. Wil- !
Church of The Holy Re- The bell shaped starts were fin ance I i iamgT
and six state ing. Airs. Henry Simmons acted
deemer was the scene for the ished with large taffeta bows at state officers Mrs. Charles Mc- I as installing officer, pinning a Hostesses for the afternoon were
wedding of Miss Judith Ann Tin- the front. Their headdresses were chairman. YEARS IT HAS BEENHunt
Mrs. Mrs.
Dowell, Winter Park, direc- beautiful Day Lily on each officeras Webster Collins, Mary 4
dall and John Paul Monell on Friday matching tulle circlets. They car-
conducted the meetingand she exhorted them to do their Richardson, and Mrs. N. H.
}.fay 17th at six thirty o'- ried long stemmed pink roses. tor, E
presided at the luncheon. duties well, Mrs. A. E. Whaley Strickland. .
clock. Altar vases holding ar- Best man was Mr. Philip Pat Mrs. C. W. Coriley, first vice Pres.; Mrs. Stephen Miller Vice- Report on President's Confer-

rangements of white carnations rick and usher-groomsmen were president of the local senior Pres.; Mrs. Walter Thomas, Re- ence, District 7, Florida Federation
formed the background for the the groom's brother-in-law, Mr... dubs, Umatilla, Bros i
club, served as general chair-] cording Sect.; Mrs. Sam Lufer of Garden
Gordon Roth and 4
service read by the Reverend Mr. Fred Bruns-
UI 16th.
man of the successful work- Corresponding Sect.; and Mrs. May
ham of
Father P. Woodyard. A programof
shop that was held in Tupper- Thomas K Blain, Treasurer. Eight Kissimmee Garden Clubbers
by Mrs. B. M. Welch maternal
music given
wedding. was airs.
auditorium. John Carroll led the devotions
ware traveled to Umatilla
to at-
grandmother of the bride of
Mrs. Cecil Tyner, organistMiss i
officers included with Mrs.
The state : Sippel
presiding tend the President's Conference.The .
Tindall is the daughter of I Charlotte, North Carolina, wore a ;;.. KISSIMMEE
Mrs. J. R. Glover Lakeland, I over the meeting. Mrs. meeting was held in the IN p
Tindall and the late summer frock of pastel print I
Mr. Richard .
Mark Emme Lawrence reinstatedas
Mrs. Rogers was
linen, with white accessories and! president; Umatilla Garden dub Building, !
Mrs. Tindall and the groom's par- Gainesville, first vice president member, while new members which proved to be beautiful [ WHO CARRIES THE QUALITY
I very -
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Cosmo An- an orchid corsage. and Mrs. Albert Huth, include Mrs. Craig Bell and Mrs.
; Marilyn Ward both inside and out. It was
thony MonelL t Mrs. Monell chose a summer St Petersburg, second vice Roy Greenough. an all day meeting presided over [ JUST TO NAME A FEW . .
escortedto sheath of beige embroidered :
The bride, who was eyelet
the altar by her father, worea for her son's wedding. Her! men president.were: Mrs.The Art State Witmer Chair- Marilyn Ward To "CJ'exchanged Following adjournment and the,buildingwas plants by Mrs. W. T. O ennel, newly] I S :X "Tx'\. " : " :
installed District ,
7 Director. Main
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tiny hat of and : ,
formal of was pink -
wedding gown Lakeland, honor score; Mrs. Wed June 21stMr. inspected by the ladies. speakers were Mrs. Frank W. 4 $ ,,'X ,' :
flowers and other accessories
peau de sole. The Sabrina neck- Chaffee, St. Petersburg iurs. June Gunn and Mrs. .
Lyle Arthur
finished wih I were in beige. She wore an orchid Hewlett, State President, her topic : "
line appliqueof
was an N' \ :
education; Mrs. Franklin Nott, and Mrs. Joe Ward of Higby were hostesses. was "Beginning Together" stresSing I \
embroidered lace touched: ;: with corsage. St. Petersburg, public affairs; St. Cloud announce the en- .' The Gloriosa Circle held their the beautification of highways :

sequins and the simple lines of the I Immediately following the cere- Mrs. Ray A. Shepard, Daytona gagement and coming marri- installation of officers at the homeof with trees. Mrs. Charles H. Blanchard I I&Sfti ",'\ ,\ ,
Mr. Tindall entertained
front were emphasized with the mony Beach forest and parks Mrs.J. 'I Mrs. : :
; age of their daughter Marilyn Clyde Nelson, Beaumont, First Vice Pres. of the ,'
princess panel. The back was dec-I the wedding party and guests at Y. Clark Jr., Leesburg Elizabeth to Ronnie Glenn Friday, May 17th. Mrs. June state, outlined \, .,
a master plan of .
orated with flat bustle bow and a reception at the Elk's Club. Thebride's I ,
a I adult education; and Mrs. Gilbert of Umatilla, son of Gunn acted as installing officer, planning together. Mrs. Carroll O. ,
ended in a chapel train. Her veil I table was centered with a Izetta Coonce, Eustis fine using a witty but serious i '
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Gilbert. I| cere- Griffin second Vice Pres. ? "
of French illusion was caught to tiered wedding cake. Crystal accessories spoke \: z
She \
inducted '
The bride-elect attends the j mony. these officers, :
a coronet of pearls and brilliants.She .I t were used. The Bride's arts.The juniors were represent. St. Cloud High School where :Mrs. Gertrude Williams Pres.; on proved Programs to be, a very planning able she !l "'). "' \
speaker. -
carried a bouquet of cymbidium -I Book was kept by Mrs. Damon; ed by three state officers, she is a junior.He 'I Mrs. Merle Darling, Vice Pres.; 1 i U
orchids with lilies of the val- Ratterree, of Jacksonville. Assisting ,
eight club presidents and 30 attended the Umatilla Mrs. Marie Hayward Recording ,
ley and stephanotis.Miss I at the reception were Mrs. delegates. Mrs. Earl Hensel, : High School and is now em- Sect., with Mrs. Lana Beers as Those attending from Kissim- ., """ ., ,, l ; ', "--

Cynthia Robertson servedas .I Hewen Lassetre, Mrs. Roy Han- St. Cloud junior director, con- ployed with the Florida Foods I stand in; Mrs. Harvey Carr, Corresponding mee were Mrs. Gertrude Williams "" ' "" : ..." ...... >-,, ,-

maid of honor. She, and the.1 1 sell, Mrs. Edward Hansell, Mrs. ducted a buzz session for the Corporation of Eustis. Sect.; and Mrs. D. E. Mn Stephen Miller, Mrs. i" '- \ "' ", ,"\: ,..."

bridesmatrons, Mrs. Douglas""Irlo 1 Bronson, Jr., Mrs. Haley juniors prior to the general I The couple is planning a Cooperrider, treasurer. Walter Thomas, Mrs. Henry Simmons ';; ..... ".,., ,, ,' ,,:) ; '''' ..

Horde and Mrs. Louis Demilly, ol f: Duke Mrs. Marcella Tindall, Mrs. meeting that began at 10 o'- June 21st wedding at the Mrs. Stella Stroup has asked toi I Mrs. Albert Rogers, Mrs. =' '< "

Lakeland, wore dresses styledsimilarly I,Bill Ppnnington, Mrs.:; Jerry Locke I clock. t I Locke Haven Missionary Bap- i be placed on the associate mem. Robert Ford, Mrs. Thomas Stov --\ -\ Gl "" ',, !( i

of azure..,blue,organza.'I Mrs. H. D. Brown and :Mrs. I Fifteen clubs answered to I tist Church of Kissimmee. ![ ber list, while Mrs. Amos Taylor, er, and Mrs. Fred Burton. """ N -, .
.I Philip Patrick. I roll call taken by Mrs. George i -- !It ,

When the couple left for Alliason, Orlando, district =
i i young secretary Shingle Creek '
a short wedding trip, the bride I They were: Apopka, The Red SimpsonsHeld L '"' \ ''..' .

wore a summer suit of' blue and Lake Mary, Sorosis of Orlando WSCS Met TuesdayThe "" ,",' ,\ '-. i

i j white check silk and cotton. A.I Clermont, College Park, I: '' '\ ... .
| white hat and black patent ac-. Winter Park, Colonialtown, Woman's Society of Chris- HouseMarie's ; \ \ ' .

'cessories completed the outfit l Leesburg. St. Cloud Ocoee tian Service, of the Shingle Open L.'V.. 'Z I .

'j She wore an orchid corsage. I Oveido, Eustis Seminole Creek Methodist Church, met I "" ", .. '" """' '' ''' ''''

After May 30th, Mr. and Mrs. County, Pinecastle and Kiss Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. in the 'I Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy and the three differ &': : '. ,, .......

I Monell will be at home at 1507 immee. I church sanctuary, for the final | son (Marie and Red) simp-I ent brands-of their daughters; .e'" : :. '',- ,, '" '0
I Ernest Street. .meeting of the conference yean 1 home to their friends topped by a miniature cowboy -!. "" ",

($ /&f H& j I Out of town guests included the Rehearsal Dinner t Mrs. R. Carlyle Bronson presi 1! afternoon. The hosts were assisted riding his horse. The cake "'l "
? j bride's aunt and uncle, :Mr. and dent presiding. After extending I by their three charming was flanked by brass candel- t <" ,

Mrs. W. T. Adams, Lakeland, Mr. Held At Elks Club (greetings to members and guests j young daughters Peggy Ann, abra holding blue tapers. The -H-: . '- ,, i '
Smartest f...cA o. ot dinner reader .1 Nettie Lee and Valerie Marie individual cakes were blue ,, """
Central Florid. Del'0lityour and Mrs. Louis Demilly Lake- Concluding the series' of i she turned the meeting over to | e' .'

voiu family in . *onot your yucttt !- land. parties for Judy Tindall and 1 Mrs. Sophia\ Dawson, security ;1 who took turns escorting squares brand. with the Diamond S "i"". "- '" "' "'I
All accessories
. by bringing them to Skis truly I John Paul Monell, whose mar- .of Spiritual Life, who led the guests through the house. were ,. ,
of brass.
j' | More than 300 of the Central ,
unique Jininy rOfIIt.t !NO JOB TOO BIG or too small riage took place on May 17th, group in the worship service. 1 Florida cattle and horse The table on the patio. "Z'I
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Ire. Guar.. Y rani.. commercial the dinner follow- Mrs. Bronson asked that mem- ,
when it to was party ,
comes :
r..eria I called between the where coffee and ham sand- '''
t ] I' bers and friends turn in to Mrs. crowd ..... .. ..
printing. Call 847-2881 today ing the rehearsal, with Mr. it '- ..
I wiches and cake .
from 3 punch were : .
hours to 6. Greeting .
anift'1t ; for free and Mrs. Tony Monell W. P. Hanks or herself couponsfor .. ... .' ..., .. .
and ask for Mr. Mears par- I ..
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i : guests at the door were Mr.I served was overlaid with an : .., ... ,_ ... .
estimates on your: job work. t ents of the groom-elect as the childrens homes at En- I Austrian II' '' ...
...... .. j and Mrs. T. K. Galloway. depicting the S:.. . .
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.....aria on.... You'll be glad you did. hosts. terprise and Daytona. 'I Pouring punch during the snow white Lipizzaner Stallions =". -. ':& ; ''::.. :
L i I Guests, who were members : Mrs. Harry Rose chairman, afternoon were Mrs. Preston I Mrs. Perry and Mrs ,." u ,, :
of the wedding party and out !Mrs. Roma Bronson and Mrs. 1 Brown .
I hostess here.
Wells, Sr., Mrs. Bruce Partin, were : v
THEKISSIMMEE 1 of town guests, were receivedat I Roy Gibbs members of the committee and Mrs. Emmett Roliff Pouring Pastel bouquets of spring .

the Elk's Club by the hosts. on nominations, submittedthe 'i! coffee were Mrs. Jerry flowers were used throughout \ j 'pakio

GAZETTE White gladioli intertwinedwith nomination of Mrs. Ashby G. I I I Brown and Mrs. William the house At the entrance I "

ORIp greenery were used on I Davis for vice president to fill Perry. Others assisting. were: two black cowboy boots complete f"i !
the table. I the recently created. with held ':
vacancy \ Mrs. Elizabeth L. Dillard spurs yellow. :
H A John H. Perry Newspaper i Covers were laid for Miss Mrs. Davis was elected to serve Mr gold and red day lilies and ;' x "" :
1 and .Mrs. .Gene .Roger, } I
N 'Mr. }.ton "" ,
Tindall Miss
ti Ili \ lI. for until the next "*-! 1 Ivy Orr the coffee in ., """ "
one year general Mrs. Preston We Jr, Mrs. ] -table """.. : : .
Offices; 24-26 Stewart Ave. Cynthia Robertson;; Miss An .election of olficers.; .: Joe- OverstrVet," Tlljfe, Kermit I Jhe# { living roomwas an 'arrangement : [% :
dria Berish, 'bf Orlando Mrs.. *
Telephone 847.288.1.\ Mrs. Paul D. Smith, treasurer .Wiley JMrsHjLSimpsotr3ri*f of red" geraniums.On ,
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ON I W. "T. Adams, Mrs.'Louis De "
gave the financial report of the j I and Mrs. B. E. Sprinkle. I II another table was 'a bowlof ; :i \;\ \ '
milly, both of Lakeland, Mrs. 'Y -.. =
i Entered as Second Class Mall Matterin B. M. Welsh, of Charlotte, years receipts and disburse- j I The tea table was a symphony blue hydrangeas flanked by ,, s. :\ ,,,,, .

the Post Office at Kissimmee. Fla.'" I North Carolina, Mr. and Mrs.I ments. j in pink, blue, and brass candelabras holding "- ,, .. .. ," I
I Douglas Horde, Mr. and Mrs.I Mrs. Bronson gave the presi- i brass. The focal point of the blue candles. The fireplaceheld .. ,.. ,.

Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida 1 Philip Patrick Mr and Mrs.!n."t'c report, which eras a brief tea table was a cake with the a brass jardinere of i { -. hz;',, "' ,.
j of the activities, (! Diamond S. brand of Red and blooming lugustrum, I
Cecil Tyner, Mr. and Mrs.II summary years L .s 'Z \
LEO SCHUMAKER I! Gordon Roth. Mrs. R. Elmo,I jwith emphasis on spiritual 1 -- - Clara Eldridge f",.....' '....,," ","'"'" " "' ..
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION Griffin, Mr Fred Brusnaham,,|growth thru prayer, study and :, Effie E. Davis r ","", ""' ,- ,'\ "-

RATESSix I of Orlando and the hosts. I service. i Passed Away I Feted On Birthday 'G -\,
Miss Tindall and Mr Mo- Mrs. Lynn B. Tyner was honored I ,
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months $2.50; one year, S4.00; two years, S7.0Q | nell presented gifts to their with a Life Membership :, Effie Elizabeth Davis, 72, of | Mrs. Clara Eldridge who celebrated A' '< N ":

't attendants j Certificate and Pin, in recogn- 1! Campbell Station, Kissimmee. j her 90th birthday Friday -: .. ,, ,' ",
: was honored with when ""
I ization of her fifty six of passed away Tuesday morn- a party .
years I ... ..
Kissimmee Furniture Store :Mrs. Gertrude entertained tt \ ' ...
Couple HonoredAt I membership and devotion to I ing after several days illness. Tewksbury : : ". ',
i She was the widow of Doc at her home. 'b'b '
Shingle Creek Church. Mrs. W. I : : \
23 ; Other guests included Mmes. ,
Broadway Dinner Nicholson Davis.
Monday P. Hanks conducted the beautiful , "
t I A native of Homerville. Edna Morris, Ida Caseault, Lula o

Telephone 8474411A Miss Judy Tindall and her fiance mony and, assisted fitting presentation by Mrs. Paul cere-D. !1 Georgia, she had been a resIdent Grove and Emmert Stevens. I ,' :" $ \" '

John Paul Monell, were ,I of this community for : Mrs. Eldridge was presented a \ :. :s.. : \ '"'.
complete free interior decorating<<; service plannedto Smith. : > i
honor guests at a dinner party The meeting adjourned with the past 33 years. I floral arrangement by the guests .I : . I ,5"' '"',

suit your pocketbook. Featuring Name Brand I on Monday evening, when Mrs. the hymn of consecration, "Take I She was a member of the I and hostess. '- ." '" ""'-, ,
j Hewen Lasseter, of Orlando, and : Campbell Station Baptist !' ,, ''''''' ''
Furniture, Bedding, Accessories, Carpets, Accent I her daughter, Mrs. Damon Rat- My Life" 1! Church. t ,e .... :-. ... '
The met immedi- "" ...
prayer group <
terree of Jacksonville Survivors include five I I '- "
[ were 'I V Q
Rugs, Lamps and Fabrics. this '
Draperies Drapery hostesses. ately regular I daughters, Mrs. Gussie Mae I ., -: -
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(Evening Appointments) I White gladioli were used for monthly meeting.MidCounty. '1 Henson and Mrs; Doris Wof- ;x; """" ..., 1j ,\ ,, ,",'',.,....

i the ,dining table centerpiece as 1' ford, both Kissimmee; Mrs. I ;' Q ,, ,, ......, "--

well as throughout the house.In Club Cordelle Gunn, Fort Myers; I II I A daughter, Julie Patrick, I \\ .... \ 'I

addition to the honor guests, Officers i Mrs. Audrey Transue and weighing seven pounds and one I J
InstalledAt 9
PRESTIGE | Mrs. Edna Rudd, both Winter I :-. : Vl. : ,
laid for
I covers were Mr. and)iI ounce, was born May 14 to Mr. ..
IfI the May Haven. Two J D Dor- I ... .:
HOMES I Ili I Mrs. Terry Barkdahl, of Orlan-i meeting of the Mid- sons, : and Mrs. John Spencer at "';
County Home Demonstration dub; man, Fort Myers and Claude j 1
III do, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Brown ; Orange Memorial Hospital in Or- \ :'Z ,
BUILT Orlando, and Victor Miss Marilyn Dietrich installedthe :I Dorman, Kissimmee. Half-sis- | "" 't1 !
Lasseter. = \
lando. ,
new officers Harrelson. ._ ;
for the coming:j ter, Mrs Bertie ...
Miss Tindall ..: ,
was given a : ,
FOR YOU serv- 1 : , 1
half-brother Walter
year. Palatka and
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ing dish in her chosen :-...,, .. .. I
china. .
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By ___ 'I They are Mrs. Howard Allen, Musgrove. Homerville 29 I "" .....','. '.. -..." C:,>'. NN":'\..
Grand president; Mrs. James Smith, vice.'| grandchildren and 34 great I WHY DRESS TO EAT? "-, ;J ....' '"'I!
Worthy president; Mrs. Wallace Auger,'I grandchildren. .it' ,,'..." ..."-.. ", .'..... ,,
George L. ReynoldsFor ; Matron To Visit secretary; Mrs. Henry Ward, de-.'I Funeral services were held i FREEZETTE : " ,,"r "' ) ,, I

I votionals; Mrs. Phil DiVirgilro,1 at 11 a.m. Thursday from the I R <,, :,, \ \: bRWJ .. .

Further Information Call 847.2856 847.2266 On Tuesday, May 28, 1963, reporter. | Grissom Chapel with the Rev. I i Ii DRIVE-IN j '. ,, >'''... ", .. '

or Kissimmee Chapter No. 62 Orderof The topic for the meeting was;,i,Floyd Cox, Minister of the ; ii :- ;: "'- ... .. ...... ...." '
the Eastern Star will honor New Products". j I Campbell Station Baptist .... QS :'. ..... .

Mrs. Irene Johns, Worthy Grand i i'(I Hostess for the afternoon were,,i Church, officiating. Casket- GEORGE STUART OFFERS A i iI !:... ,, ' "" .,>,

Matron of the Grand Chapter of [:Mrs. Auger and Mrs. Allen. bearers were Messrs. Van '"''' ..... = m .
I Florida on the occasion of her 11 t I i i Adair, Amos Bronson, Carlyle ,, '\" F 'I'"Z,' .

official visit.A !Sorority To Hold Bronson, Ike Collins, Earl : ,

e banquet will be served at 6'i' ; Lamb and Irby Lamb. Inter- .,
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followed in Pleasant
Elephant ment
p.m. in the Masonic Temple on Sale
I foe .
Hill Cemetery. Grissom Funeral ......
Dakin St. Site any of the officers t t"(4. ..
for tickets. J The Xi Alpha Phi chapter ol f[r' Home was in charge of : '

This being a regular meeting I Beta Sigma Phi will hold a White:. arrangements. I .. '" ......" ,..\:
Elephant Sale .: .- ..
night, it will open in regular j i Saturday, beginning "" .."
I [ at 8 a.m. on Logsdon's lot. Coffee To Honor "'\
form at 8 p.m. With a social "
; Appliances, ,
toys furniture
dishes -
hour following it is hoped this Liza DeanA 'j ,
j plants, books and all kinds ol Mrs. t I '' .. ."
will be pleasant visit for Mrs. I ;'' ,
will be held .i.iI .iP } '
'I I household items will be offered. dessert coffee :

O Johns and other dignitaries at-j I Anyone having anything to donate!I at the home of Misses Lottie and I t:. :< ,\; \\ "
GAS I tending. 'to'' the sale may bring them to!i Lola Lawrler. 601 Emmett Street P 1 1 ,

l t the site Saturday morning or calli i i Friday night at 7:30 p.m. honoring 1 I and otherI

For clean, odorless even Beating, you just can't NEED 1, M7-2266 for pickup. Mrs. Liza Dean who is leav- 1. I many

I improve on Green's Fuel Gas heating appliances! SNELYfNG I ing soon for SoUth America to I t

Whether you choose central heating vented wall I II Junior Recital :1,, the visit Clay her Steffees.daughter and family, 1 I leading brands too

heaters, or other approved types of space heat I Held Last NightMiss Members of the Business and S 175)D20 ) .

ing there Is no heating like gas heating with Professional Women's Club and | numerous to mentionQT
Green's Fuel Gas.GREEN'S. 1t MyrtUla F. Beals present-I their guests are invited. OPERATED HAND. : .

t 1I ed the following piano IN HANDSOME B e
recital Tuesday, 8 p.m. May 21, sRAy GREEN
ti at the MyrtiDa F. Beals Auditor' PresbyterianWomen I .

Jan Davis. Scarlett Hudson. 1 1i!I I meeting of the United you type, write, draw, trace, on a
SHOP OFFICEWAREHOUSE 1 McGregor Danny Bass I: The May DITTO master . on card er paper
Margaret Presterbian Women will 1>e held
EQUIPMENT Carol Sue Paulk. Neal Taylor. 3i5to9'xl4.upto300copies HUNTIBROS
Monday.Ma 27th in the educational
Central Florida's ONLY Lisa Yearwood. Janie Partin, building with Mrs Norman per original. .1 to 5 colors 18

4 stocking LYON distributor Lida Partin, Pam Lockwood. at once . 120 copies a minute.
PARKS I Kreibel presiding
FURNITURE CO. Write for illuM > .. ..
free ralr Ul
f r g Herzeberg. David Mikeal.
Cindy She has arranged to have a

See Us For Your Gas Appliances" i CHICK george st.ui Sheri Whalen. Don Smallwood speaker on the subject "Project -
i WITH PHONE G4 5-4311 Vteki Chitwood, Anita Lorenz, Alert". GEORGE

__ KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD I 133 East ROBINSON Carol Ann Prentice and Cathy The Ruth Circle win be hos .
___ 847-4171' I ( IANDo.ill 13 East Robinson

892- 011 I Prentice. tess. Phone GA 5-4J11 Orlando $

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The I Ktosimmee Gazette, Klssbxunee, :FUu User May 38 1968 fa
Guild WSCSToldOf Junior Women Rotary Told Of Shingle Creek School Bus Driver h
Tuesday Mission WorkThe Install OfficersIn County History Church ActivitiesA Logs 112,840 MilesMrs. I -

To Meet cleV"er week of Dorothy Barclay began
revival el-
,i an impressive and After Osceola County was special
Mary Sussenberger's Needle- Woman's Society of the ceremony Mrs. William Sippel in- created in 1887, it decided it fort was held at the Shingle Creek driving a school bus for the Os-I I For a happier

work Guild will meet Tuesday. First Methodist Church met! Mon- stalled' the officers of the Junior needed a courthouse. So $30 Church culminating a day of real ceola County school S'Stem. in "

May 28th at 10 a.m. at the Or- day afternoon in the educationalbuilding. Woman's Club at a buffet dinner 000 in bonds were issued. The blessing on last Sunday. Rev. E. 1M2-43 and is a loyal and dedicated Holiday the Highway"start

ange Gardens Civic Building Saturday nightComparing courthouse took $25,000; the J. Armitage. of Jamestown, N.Y. driver.
All members are asked to' Mrs. Barbara Lupfer was presented the officers to a balance was put away toward brought most challenging mes- During her 14 years of service

bring their finished garments in: with a Lifetime .Member- floral arrangement, she made'an paying off the debt. sages, and Mrs. Armitage madea she has driven 112,840 accident off wifh smart new luggage!
preparation for the Spring In ship pin. arrangement as she installed That almost incredible side- great contribution to the serv- free miles, except one time whena
gathering. I The program was presented by them, starting with the treasurer light on the thenandnowcosts ices with her singing Mr. Curtis dog ran directly.under her bus
, Mrs. Hunter Griffin of Plant City or the tall green as a backgroundand was given to the Rotary Heath, of the local church actedas and was killed. The insurance
.i -i; CARD Ot THANKS I who is home on furlough from working to the focal point, Club by Harris Daniel, chairman song leader, as well as soloist company paid $10 for the dog. Samsonite

We with to thank the doctor. Rhodesia where she is a missionary. or the president, and backing the of the county commis- with additional special num- She has transported 504.815
and nurse of the Kiesimmee Hoe- She told of the mission work arrangement with the sponsor. sion. Right now, he said, fig bers by various members of the passengers and has only been
, piul and our friend for their there and showed beautiful slides. Those installed were Mrs. ures are running in the hun- church. A fellowship hour was late for school three time which
kindnesses shown in the illness The Sarah Elizabeth Circle was Claude Whatley president; Mrs. dreds of thousands of dollars held after the Friday night serv- were caused by extremely heavy

\ and death of our loved one. hostess during the social hour Davis Bateman, first vice presi- just to do the proposed mod- ice.The fog beyond her control. treamlite
The Effie Davit Family which followed the meeting. dent; Mrs. Charles Jackson sec- ernizing of the historic build- ladies of the church are
: ond vice president; Miss Carol to meet at the home of Mrs.
ing.Daniel Esther Circle
Johnston his Rotarians Frank Dawson this Thursday for
corresponding secre- told fellow
!I For the Turning Point of Their Lives. : tary; Mrs. Dick Valeta, recording the details of gasolinetax an "all day "carpet-rag sewingbee Met MondayThe . the luggage so classic in design

. secretary; Mrs. Dick Luzadder. money allocations and and are asked to bring
treasurer and Mrs. Cecil Norris, what they mean to county portable sewing machines, thim- Esther Circle of the First that it's always in style!
sponsor. road funds. He said $320,000is ble aad scissors; also a sandwich.A United Presbyterian Church met
Mrs. Valeta was presented a budgeted to improve S-530 salad and beverage will be fur- Monday afternoon at the homeof

gift for her outstanding service (West Vine St.) for 9 miles nished. Mrs. Harry Doughty, 1705
during the past year. Mrs. Mur- west from Thacker Ave, $50- I Services will be held as usual Catherine Street, with Mrs. New-
ray Overstreet Jr., outgoing president 000 to modernize the half- i on Sunday-SJS. at 9:30 to be followed -ton Olson serving as co-hostess.
I r AJ so also received a gift. mile of Mabbette St. between by the morning worship Nine members and two guests
Members of the Kissimmee Bermuda and Church Sts., and hour at 10:20 at which time the were present. I
j Woman's dub 'served the dinnerat $250,000 for 5 miles. of Canoe I pastor will bring a message on Mrs. Sam Prather conductedthe TWO-SUITER . . . $24.95 i; : !:./' I i : tB -

the club house. which was attractively Creek Road.Contract Look at Pentecost." The eve- business meeting which was MEN'S COMPANION pf

decorated in the May letting for the first I.A service will be at 6:30 p.m. opened with devotions by Mrs. CASE . . . . . $16.95 1' '
Day theme, complete with a May 7*' mile of Nova Road, starting The Prayer Group will meet at John Summers. i
Pole in the center of the room. east from Ashton, he said i the church next Tuesday morning Dr. Olive Fish led the Bible I

The ,highlight of the evening, would take place early this I|at 9:30. Study. i _. .
however, was the showing of the summer. i I
movies made of the Follies and I Students ExchangeI Man AccusedOf
the tape recording made at that School Board Adds 1 'r1r
i time. I Countries' Flags AssaultSteve
To List
Priority | Angelica Gastaldi, exchange student Bronson has been accus-
Grace Lutherans I 'i, from Argentina, was presented -ed of aggravated assault in con-
Activities Listed Following recommendationsof a United States Flag in nection with the stabbing of
I a state survey team, the I ceremonies held last week at Os-: Richard Joseph Slattery last
Osceola School Board
has list-
I ceola High School, as was Peter I week, the sheriffs department ,
Activities for Grace Lutheran ed three items on its "A" priority !' .
I Warn of England who was the
, Church St. Cloud, include the I list I reported.
GBULOVAfSURF study of the book of Colossians First on the list is the science j I 1 American Field Service exchange Slattery was hospitalized. %
I' j student last year. Warn was rep- TI
'by the Adult Bible Class, Wednesday I suite at Osceola HighSchool's !
j resented by Mike Smith. Moose To Hold
22nd, 7:30 I new suite second is
May at p.m. ; Allen officer of the
I On Friday, May 24th, 7:30 p. j'a six-classroom addition at I local chapter, presented the flags Benefit FridayThe ',:,tBEAUTY
\: m., the Sunday School staff will ]I| Highlands Elementary School;
in behalf of the student council .
\.. .-" I o.l"OHS Loyal Order of
': and third
KING 17 lJl'f 'I i is the purchase of 1-
I.convene. and accepted the flag of: Lodge No. 2026 of St. Cloud will
jewels Waterproof ,\ Future planning includes' Pot i iI Ii | a 20-acre site for a new ele-
*. Shock-re mentarl school in Kissim- 1 Argentina given by Angelica hold a benefit for Mrs. Hend- CASE . . $14.95lADIES'
sistant. Unbreakable kdl2' i I Luck supper honoring Pastor and |i! s
mee. I During the anthems rickson and Mrs. Peggy May WAROROdE $24-95
Handsome mainspring expan '\ I A) (: I Mrs.I Hoerger Wednesday even- >[ School Board member Orie 1 of both the United States and Friday, May 24th, from 7 p.m. lADIES' O'NITE . ." $16.95
ing, May 26th, 6:00 at the 1
Lion band. Famous + p.m. l' Lee Jr. asked if the comple- j Argentina were sung by the high to 11 p.m. AN pnttt plus fax
Bulova quality and d'd : St. Cloud Community House, I school chorus with Allen Conners
e r a f G m unship. :o e+ tion of the science building | The proceeds will go to help
$29.75 while June 2nd, Pentecost I t will make the new school facility I singing the solo. Vivian Beltz these women who were seriously Take to the road with an easy mind, and
is set for Confirmation Day. available for the top : gave her prize winning oration injured in an automobile ac
with these standout Streamllte features
I :
A '. I three grades of high school. < on Americanism. cident.

School Supt. William Stephens
I said it would not; that I Methodist Men To BPWC To Hold Tarnish-proof locks and drawRugged toftgue-in-groove con
I I yet to be built is a library Meet ThursdayThe bolts that give you extra prostruction that seals out

:;- DIAMOND DREAM A !, GETTING I I administration suite, and Board MeetingThe tection! moisture, dust, fat!
men of the First Metho-
i Jewel of a watch bandroom, among other executive board of the
with 2 spar I II I I dist Church will meet Thursday
1 klingdiamonds. AUTO ,I I things. 23rd at 6:30 in the Business and Professional Women's Solid inner shell construction S Available in 5 fetching colors
4 Shock I May bunga- Club and committee chair-
I ant. 17-jewel I'! jlow. This is ladies night and themen covered with travel-tested ..Hawaiian Blue, Rawhide
INSURANCE? FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL men are to hold a board meet-
I yellow movement.or white.In j PRINTING call the Gazette office i are urged to bring. their ing Thursday morning at 7 a.m. vinyl makes it the world's Finish Ebony Grey, Saddle

$33. S Need SR-22 Filing and 1 .847-2881. t wives at the Orange Blossom Restau- toughest luggage! Tan, Colorado Brown!
+ 4 5lr liability -Insurance? Ask I The officers for the coming
your agent to send your I :year will be installed at this rant.
application to us if you've I' meeting. They are Dick Luzad- Special Prices on All LuggageFor
; been cancelled c- refect
PIZZA der, president Norman Wil- Value Of Minerals
.d. We can insure almost I ': The Graduate.
I marth, vice president H. F. Mc-
, anyone at fair rates regardless ; Double In Decade
JET CLIPPER., of driving rec I I Pherson, secretary; Ted Miller, .-
Rugged as all outdoors'Waterproof ord. Fir., theft comprehensive FREEZETTEDRIVEIN .treasurer. "The value of minerals produce -d. "- .::0-
.. ,i s I and collision also I j Supper will be;.served in: the. -in Florida doubled -dui '
.! .*windingthock resistant Luminous available.be paid Premiums Installments. may . .j j bungalow._ '" ing the past 10 years, reaching : PARKS FURNITURE 'CO!h\
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hands and dial. All $190,061,000 last year, the
steel. 17 Jewels. Florida State Chamber of KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
Also charcoal:available dial. with To Agents: lye will be I I A Complete Line of . Commerce reported yesterday. 847-4171 892-2011
$41.15BENTON'S pleased to send completekit "This value is at the mine

on request. Brokerage level and therefore-- - represents __ ___ u __ __ ____
15 .Assigned Risk thew 1h of t'h; raw minerals.

\ Plan. #lo Processing into a wide
JEWELRY"If I variety of chemicals, stone,
EARLE !I. DAY & (0. clay cement, metal and other

It's From Benton-It's Guaranteed" II I r o, lOX mat : Vfor diploma time products, both in Florida and
I it fTtlUURG, itA outside the state, adds many .
Naterproof when case crystal and crown are intact. Prices plus tax millions more in values of the
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I position as a producer -
I ISOME i GIFTS OF PLUS I of minerals rests upon r
the uniqueness of the miner-

I als found in the state. Well

I -- LINGERIEHAND known is the fact that Florida
? ,i phosphate deposits are the

BAGS most extenive and productiveof
I I any in the nation and furnish .

BEACH WEAR I I annually about 70 percent
of the nation's output.
COSTUME JEWELRY I I Florida production last year

came to 14,074,000 long tons
with mine value of $97,372,000."In INCREASE LANDPRODUCTIVITY
and the production of ores
of the atomic-age metal, titanium
: Y Many other items Florida ranks second

among the states and first in
,, \ of Elegance to
a the mining of monazite, a re-
choose from. lated mineral. The state pro-
I duces virtually all of the national
volume of the ores of You may find valuable, productive -

f I I I zirconium and hafnium, two land in your waste areas by

nuclear-also ranks age first metals in the produc-Florida simply clearing land, filling or

PEOPLE WON'T BUY THIS CONVERTIBLE INGRAM'SFOR tion of staurolite, an abrasive bulldozing off rough spots.

( and of fuller's earth, a clay
B The machine for
used as an absorbent.
.,- "All of these unusual prod- developing your land is a Cat
;; ucts, extracted in limited
quantities Diesel Tractor equipped with a
are singularly essential
I to specialized manufacturing . bulldozer and operated by a

techniques. To- man who knows the land clearing
gether they were worth $41-
I 956,000 last year a lump sum business. This dependable

which also included cement combination of man and ma-

I I I I Florida.and petroleum produced in chine will do a better clearingjob

I !| "Other Florida minerals of I faster and more economi-

I FAVORITE GRADS I j a general character, with their cally. The man's Caterpillarbuilt -
y!' I N; 1962 values, were crushed
stone $34,341,000! clays, $7.- equipment is backed by

: 494,000; sand and gravel, $5,- Rozier and their service facili-
i 894,000; lime, $4,813,000; peat,
I DRESS SUITS $151,000 and natural gas $6- ties to help guarantee depend-

. .THEY'LL BUY THIS ONE SPORTS COATS -' 000. Florida's rank in peat ability.
production is third in the na-
; SLACKS tion; and in crushed stone, Increase land productivity -

ninth. The total value, which call a man who specializes ;inland
TIES has been adjusted to eliminate -
I V duplications, ranks the clearing and who operates

j SHOES state 24th among the 50 Caterpillar-built machines-
Either of these Dodge convertibles is a smart buy.The Polara! 500 i'P states"

,on top has a 383 cu.-in. standard V8 and bucket seats with console. THE LOW PRICE :: 'SWIMWEAR I f backed by Rozier.

The Polara below, comes with a 318 cu.-in. V8, bench-seats and a SPORTSWEAR ti ,

snap-down center armrest But maybe you'd prefer a hardtop,wagon I TIOOPET BIU SATS

I, or sedan. We got'em, 24 Dodge models in'all Pick any one and get 1863 DODGE !I III!I !I REHEWYOURDRIVER'S .J a s. L.

comfort,luxury,plus a 5-year/50,000-mile warrantgoing for you. I LICENSE
Yew Dodge Dealer's" Warranty ataitst delects.la material and vorkauMkip M 1963 can has "
bee.upended to include parts replacement or repair without charte tar reqwrad parts ar labor WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE DURING YOUR ROZIERMACHINERY
for five years or 50.060 antes,whichever i comes first:am tile eajTee Mock bead and lsteradarts'
;transmisstoa: case and Internal.parts(lIdud.llaana.'dutch);torque converter drive CHRYSLERMOTDM FOR YOUR SELECTION BIRTH MONTH
shaft eniversal joints(wdudiaj dust coversX rear axle and differential.and rear wheel hearten DOOOt t DIVISION i 0 .
-provided the veklda has teen serviced at reasonable intervals. according: te tke Dedje Cart&ed cewounoaj: . co.
Car Care schedules.
NO JOB TOO BIG or too small e':
when it comes to commercial : Jp.9 r..;0' I. t A T MPA. .

I STREETMOTORS printing. Call 847-2831 today

21 EMMETT SHORE'S MEN'S WEAR and ask for Mr. Mears for free CATERPILLAR
estimates on Job work
your Caterpillar Cat sad Tr..I.r a-e Ile9Ietsvee
.... ---SEE "EMPIRE", NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTING. .1 t YoaTl be glad you did. Trademark ef C..r" ar Tracier c.

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6 The {ise4ntnee Gazette, Hsetmmee( PIa., Thnrt.May 28, 1963the

; < ; MRA AND s : MR. K

Kommunist"; Moscow organ which gives the Party Line inside the Soviet Union, \, .

recently said this of Moral Re-Armament: (

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RE-ARMAMENT is certainly the most prominent association which aims to save Western .

MORAL from Communism. It has staff headquarters in Europe, Asia and America. These .

.' hold assemblies in Latin America and even organize Pan-African conferences. . The
leaders of Moral Re-Armament claim it is superior to capitalism and Communism. . At a time when the

.: ; / morals of the bourgeois world are bankrupt, the prophets of Moral Re-Armament say that the world requires ptr

? ,{ ; . an ideology to satisfy the longing for absolute standards, an ideology able to move the hearts of the privileged

'-1 ,. : i '. as well as the under-privileged. . They train officers,.philosophers, film directors and move with 200, 300, "

0'" c' or 400 people in strength with up-to-date technical equipment, radio transmitters, libraries. .'. Not long ago ..

.:. .1 they issued a call to Communists through full pages in the press. In this the Communists are challenged to .

; : .. take part in 'the greatest revolution of all time.: These people say the problem is neither Communism nor

..,, ,;'; capitalism, but the necessity to change human nature to the roots. They puff,themselves up with pride and

.; ', 't'i";i" : even. suggest to Marxists they should change and take up an ideology that is for everybody. This is really -
.. .,1'.,}'.:'"; ,:;, f.. ..'. :.' the most bold stroke. that has come from these propagandists of reconciliation and forgiveness."

;. As Mr. Khrushchev and his followers try to explain attitudes of Moral Re-Armament,

it is i important to, state 'what Moral Re-Armament is for and what it is against.

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,::. : ... . FOR -, AGAINST

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:.i'* i ,>;. ':'.. INTELLIGENT NATIONAL SECURITY. -''>; :* Sexual deviants in high places who protect potential spies.
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: 1 . A FREE PRESS.COMMUNISTS .. : Those who bully newspapermen for obeying their conscience.And
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f' -.. .' ,;. newspapermen who abuse their liberty by distorting or suppressingnews
of Moral Re-Armament.

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.:-- FASCISTS, OTHER "ISTS",or anybody will Communism,Fascism,or any small perilous"ism"which abolishes '
: ,.. : ing to pay the price of changing. themselves.in a revolutionary, bid God and sets race against race, class against class, color against
.. ,. . to change society. color, man against man, in an atomic age.
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..:'" ., '\ .,of' THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA to be a pattern of unity. Debunkers of patriotism, who decry the past, debase the present .
., and purpose for the world. :: and destroy the future;a United States which criticizes other coun- .:. .-
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: : : .. ,' f :. tries but is itself deeply divided. -}""';' ,;fi '7J c":
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4. ,! A SOCIETY where no man is handicapped by color, race, background - Leaders of society and government who betray their trust, and use ,
; 1;: or upbringing, all have the chance of full, satisfying life. influence and power to force decadence upon us-bigots who try .
to persecute those unwilling to compromise or to cover up. S
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PEACE. r; Pacifism, which seems to make war certain. Leaders who cry ;
.t ;:, ,. : "peace" but create conditions that lead to war. Philosophers and ._.
r : <" fools who cry "peace" but train man to live lfiC',;,
t . : doom him to live like a beast,treat others like beasts, and march ft:
'ti :: :? r the path to slaughterhouse or zoo. #, r. I

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.'.';' ''. <*V A REVOLUTION OF CHANGE-social, economic, national. ,., .'' Reaction,which strives to change everybody else except itself. r
,', ','\. "'t'ir 'i-*., universal, founded on personal I change. '"... 4,.; .
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.. FULL AND PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT in industry that Steely selfishness of right,acid bitterness of left which create class
J' : ',: ': meets the needs of humanity rather than brimming the pockets. war, lock-outs, unofficial strikes and.. lead inevitably to national .
: of a few while the bellies of many stay void. bankruptcy and war. -
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GOD'S STANDARD OF HONESTY that means no skeletons,.in Human "honesty"which publishes other people's shortcomings ; :
'. .: , any closet and a fair day's work for a fair day's wage. '.,*-- i :while covering up its own, tells men to get as much as they can in ,1 ; ,
r t 1: '' ; .. . . ":: return for as little as possible. .. "',.j ,
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,'.",...-i- .. .'.' GOD'S STANDARD OF ABSOLUTE PURITY. Homosexuality, lesbianism, pornography, adultery, lies which say 4" '
? '. sin is no longer sin when enough people come to like it.Preoccupation
"f' . ;;.; \ with dirt which robs a nation of sweat and skill and helps to
....'. r.. '..' .: \ ., : : lose its markets. J ;
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.t : ; ... MARRIAGES THAT LASt because they are a promise, for bet, Divorce by consent whether legalized or wangled. .
; ter, for worse,held sacred by partners and people. . .

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:- GREAT.ART in theater, films, television. ,< Producers and critics who uplift I grime; as genius and bar those who
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55 5 GOD'S STANDARD OF.UNSELFISHNESS which meanS the/.- Human selfishness that elevates "number one" into the national : 5 '
pursuit of a goal all humanity can accept and share-the remaking,;- .' idol, says all who refuse to worship it are squares. 9. = ,
of the world based on government by men governed by God. ..

GOD'S STANDARD OF LOVE that cures evil as well as for- Human"love"that tells men evil is all right, cannot be cured andso
giving it. says there is nothing to forgive and that man can manage by

... himself. ; "
; Lies invented by knaves, endorsed by the experts and swallowed
TRUTHGOD by fools,which separate a nation. from moral and spiritual rebirth. _

... :. .. ...... .- SAVIOUR, a Those in and out of churches who use theology, science, personal
!t.a" .
: Church aflame with the Holy Spirit. compromise and position to rob the nations of true faith.

.,. '.. This'is one of a series of pages appearing In the principal newspapers of the world. eat worldwide advance of Moral Re-Armament,

these pages. are. undertaken by men and, women who give out of conviction and sa{i'r r'c e. Contributions and Inquiries may be addressed to:

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KlssLoxnee> Gazette, Kissimmee FUu Tbers at> IMS! 7
et ai. De- The ,
I BRUNS. JR.. single levels of taxpayer compliance.

NOTICESIN fendants. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE. Income Tax SurveyTo Compliance surveys will be Trials Continued
THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH FLORIDA TO: ROBERT F conducted under the usual Barbecue '

JUDJCIAILQ IN FLORIDA.AND FOR BRUNS. JR.. single. 5934 Salem high standards of fairness the Beef Until Fall Court
EO.No. Cincinnati. Ohio; E. NEL-
64gf SON FELL and ANNE PALMER Be Made HereThe Internal Revenue Service re-
Circuit Judge A. Smith
ALL ) FELL his wife residence unknown quires in its dealings with tax.
) If alive and If dead their Ideal Monday issued orders containing
v*. ) legatees, de- payers. Cookout .
unknown heirs at law .
three trials scheduled this week
PATRICIA ANN ANLLO. ) visees and grantees; JOS. UEH- Internal Revenue he said,
Defendant. ) LEIN and UEHLEIN his Internal Revenue Service to check the completeness of untfl the Fall term of court.

:NOTICE MRS. PATRICIA BY PUBLICATIONTO ANN ANLLO wife residence unknown. If he be will shortly begin a "com- Internal Revenue's recently recognizes that most of the Swing into spring with a mouthwatering chips on the hot coals for the extra Trials of Stewart Chapman
and If dead their delinquents which be
C/o James Loughlln married.unknown If heirs alive at law legatees de- pliance survey" of many local installed Master File of business . may be the patio beef barbeque! smoky taste they impart to Dave Eanfe, and that of Harry
brought will
35 Worcester Squantum Massachusetts Street visees and grantess THE NAR- business firms to determineif taxpayers-. to light This time of the year Florida's the cooking. i August Langgood and James
AND TOWNSITE result of honest misunderstandings
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat COOSSEE COMPANY FARM an Ohio corporation they are aware of and com- He further emphasized that and The warm sun is turning our afternoons Hancock has a method of his':Franklin Wyaong were continued
a Complaint for Divorce has place of business unknown with Federal tax Taws and lengthening evenings for that
principal plying most business managements own fixing patio patties because of the fllneac of their
been filed against you. and you KATHERINE rarer.T. rare instances of flagrant
are required to serve a copy of a widow.; D. 4929 Guilford Avenue. requiring the filing of tax comply conscientiously with abuse which may be discovered ,into a glorious time for patio he says are, "Out of this world!" attorney. O. S. Thacker. He suffered
your Answer or pleading; to the: "Indiana, and JANE Tom- cook-outs for and friends.
Indianapolis. returns. the tax laws. However family Here it is. Try it yourself and .
heart attack about
the Plaintiffs dealt a a
Complaint on attorney -: and DAVID McCAY. her will, of course, be
GEORGE L. CLAPHAM. 60, McCAY husband. General Delivery. Linden The survey, which is expected linson explained, since the with according to law, he added Cookouts arp healthy and a lot see. week ago and has been confined
North Court Street. Post Office.. Indiana as heirs at law of J. Ed- to take about 3 monthsto laws are complex and there of fun. There's always something PATIO PATTIES
Box 2062. Orlando. Florida, and to Osceola Hospital.
file the original Answer or plead- his ward wife Krause, both and deceased Ida Mae; AMANDA Krause. complete, will be conducted are many types of tax returns about eating in the open that Season each pound of ground I

Ing In the office of the Clerk of ROBERSON. a widow. residence by Revenue Officers who such as income, withholding, Wanda Barnette helps fulfill everyone's desire to beef with one teaspoon of salt, "Sta pere" In HorsesAppears
the Circuit Court on or before the
10th day of June 1963. If you fall unknown PATTERSON MELISSA'and ROBERSON PATTERSON will check a cross section of*social security and a numberof get back to nature. and one eighth of a teaspoon of I I7a

to do so, a decree pro confesso her husband, residence non-farm businesses to see if miscellaneous excise taxes Heads BPW Club For your cookout, include foodthat's pepper. To the mixture add a Early
will be taken against you for the If she be married. GARRETT -
relief demanded in the Complaint. unknown ROBERSON and ROB- all required tax returns are some business taxpayers may The Kissimmee Business and easy to prepare, says the :teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce
in horse also
DATED at Klsslmmee. Osceola ERSON, his wife residence unknown being filed on time accordingto not be fully aware of all of Professional Women's dub held Florida Beef Council and you'll i land mix well For extra juicy Encephalitis ,

County.. 1963.Florida this 7th day ofMay. I, If he living.be married.and If If dead said District Director. Laurie W. the specific tax returns which the installation of their new of- [have more time for fun and re-!:beefburgers add a quarter of a ed termed early"staggers in Florida has this appear

GLENN RAY. ththeirare heirs at law. lega- Tomlinson. apply to their business opera- ficers last week at Tupperware.In laxation. The Council a committee -|cup of cold water per pound ofjxneat year.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. tees, devisees and grantees, as the Tomlinson emphasized the tions. of the Florida Cattleman's According to Commissionerof
Osceola County, Florida heirs at law an impressive Mrs.
sole and only living ceremony Agriculture Doyle Connor
(Circuit Court Seal) of Fred Roberson.. deceased; J. C. survey is not designed to audit "Compliance surveys" are Wanda Barnette was installed Association is charged with the responsibility -I Shape patties, making'four from I laboratory .
By Marjorie R. Haye. MORIN and MORIN. his returns, but is to ascertain made under the Internal Revenue of sales of the veterinary diagnostic
promoting each pound of ground meat Fry
Deputy Clerk wife if he be married residence as president: Mrs. Martha Marshall | at Kissimmee has diagnosed .
May 9. 16, 23, 30. 1903 unknown If alive and If dead the awareness and extent of laws, Tomlinson said, and I. vice president Mrs. Sybil Florida Beef. t ion hot, greased rack, about three the disease
; on eight
their unknown heirs at law lega- compliance with the tax return are a continuous part of the
"There are lots of inexpensivecuts i above the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I Carte inches coals, turning
tees, devisees and grantees; W. C. vice president; different premises scatteredfrom
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF and ZAEN- filing requirements of regular tax enforcement program of beef that make mighty for
ZAENGLEIN t Mrs. Rose Bobroff third vice jio sear. Always use tongs Sanford
FLORIDA IN AND FOR GLEIN. his wife, If he be married.If the Internal Revenue laws and designed to maintain to Pompano
outdoor Kirby I
OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA.IN alive residence unknown and If I I I president; Mrs. Helen Lynn, good eating, says turning instead of piercing witha Beach so far In 1988.
CHANCERY. NO. 6489 their unknown heirs at law Hancock cattleman and president fork.
dead recording secretary:; Mrs. Isabel The disease a virus is carried -
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION legatees, devisees and grantees: of the Osceola County Cattleman'sAssociation. |I Brush with Patio Barbecue birds and is
) Bartholomew by spreadby
and any and all parties corresponding sec ,
OF poratlon OSCEOLA organized COUNTY and exist-a Cor-)) against Interests the by,above through named under known:or i A CAPITOL LETTER retary; Mrs. Zola Nash, treasur- I choose. "For meat outdoor would cooking .:['Sauce just before removing from mosquitoes from birds to

any you the heat.
ing under the laws of the ) parties and any and all horses. It is not transmissiblefrom
United States of America. ) ; claiming any alg hit tie er.The cook at home. Right now dubsteaks Ii I| PATIO BARBECUE SAUCE humans. The
having or Mock horses to
By Jerry committee chair ,
::nen appointed -
PLAINTIFF. or Interest in and to the following 1 i j and sirloin steaks are good H 1 1 Tablespoon of fat
VI. I'.described lands located In Osceola at the meeting of the I virus affecting horses is the
PALMLAND ENTERPRISE ) C County. Florida, -the buys. So are cubed steaks and.'% cup hot catsup "Eastern" type which is different -
Kissimmee Business and
CORP.. a Florida Corporation; ) 28 and 57. South half TALLAHASSEEAlthoughno has Profes-I beef. the choice ol f:I
ently brought forth ground And
a & chopped onion
cup "St.
RICHARD R. CAPES and BAR-) ofLots 58. the North half of Lot sional Women's Club were: Mrs. from the
I BARA A. CAPES his wife; and) 59. and Lot' 60, In Section 16; one seems to want to talk promise of the major shakeup Andy Rote finance Mrs. Jewell i iI. any of these will usually please:: 1 teaspoon dry mustard I I in humans in certain

SILVER, Florida SHIELD CORPORATION ) Lot 24 In Section 20; Lot 31 lyIng much about it, a shake-up ap- in order to assure it will I. ; everybody." 1 Tablespoon Worcestershire parts of Florida's west
a Corporation ) South of Lot 34 and Lot 31 Meyers, civic participation; Mrs.
imminent in the socalled continue. The Beef Council. had :
DEFENDANTS. ) lying South of Lot 13 and the pears I. some I j Sauce coast last summer.
FORECLOSURE OF MORTAGE South 4 acres of Lot 37, In Section Johns Committee.The The committee, named the Capitola Reed, personal develop hints about cooking outdoors, too... I% cup water Because of the high rate
TO PALMLAND ENTERPRISECORP. Section 21;22 and; all Lots in 53 Township and 54. 25 in committee apparentlywill Legislative Investigative Com- ment; Mrs. Phyllis Mueller Get your fire started early. Before .1 I Cook onion in hot fat. Add all of mortality among horses

dress unknown, Florida Corporation, Ad- South. Range 31 East. In New have a new cast of char- mittee, will have as its new world affairs: Miss Lottie Lawler cooking, let the fire burr l:other ingredients and simmer on that contract the disease Dr

YOU ARE HEREBY: NOTIFIEDthat Town the plat of Narcoossee.thereof as according recorded to In acters, a new leader from the chief probably R. O. (Dick) legislation; and parliamentarian. down to a bed of glowing coals., ,the back of the grill for ten mini C. L .Campbell, state veterInarian

a suit has been brought Plat Book 1. page 74, Public House, and a new chief in- Mitchell of Leon County. It Mrs Bea Combs. Rub the rack with fat to prevent t:i tutes. Keep warm. and Director of the

Is against to foreclose you. the a mortgage nature of on which the Florida.Records of Osceola County. vestigator. will contain a Republican, Bill The installation of the new officers sticking. 11 you use wood with L Division of Animal Industry

hereinafter described real property NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I Many legislators approve of Young of Pinellas County and of the Kissimmee Businessand your charcoal use the hardwoods, recommends that owners have

the The suit name has of been the Instituted Court In Is which the that Plaintiffs In have the Instituted above styled suit the idea of the committee but Sen. Verle Pope of St. Johns Professional Women's Club such as oak elm maple or hick ; FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL their horses vaccinated Immediately

Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Court against to you quiet the title of Plaintiffs enough disgruntlement over County, a member of the minority was conducted by Mrs. Truitt ory. Many good outdoor cooks, PRINTING call the Gazette of- as a preventative
Circuit of Florida In and for and to the above described the it has bloc. ; flee 847-2881.
In operated appar- Another member
Osceola County. In Chancery, and property, and you are hereby summoned I I Schellenberg. like to sprinkle dampened hickory measure. _
the title of. the case Is as above ordered and requireddo may be Rep. Tom Slade of .
captioned. The real estate InvolvedIs file your written Duval County. I .
the following. located In Osce to the Complaint filed In the
ola County. Florida viz: above tenses styled cause In the office of R. J. Strickland, Chief in-

LOT 17 ot Kissimmee High the Clerk of the Circuit Court for vestigator who was under fire
lands Second AddItion Osceola Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida
County. Florida, according to the the In and for Osceola County at for his Investigation of the
Official Plat dated the 17th day his office In the Courthousethe University of South Floridaat
of March. A.D. 1959. and filed slmmee. Florida,
and recorded among the Public 17th day of June. 1963. and to Tampa, and the arrest of

Records of Osceola County, Florida serve a copy thereof on Plaintiffs:' a Capitol newsman, apparently ,
on the 14th day of April. attorney whose name and addressis
A.D. 1959, In Plat Book One (1) set out below. Should you fall to will be, replaced.The .
on page 380. do so. Decree Pro Confesso will be status of Mark Hawes,
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED entered against you. WITNESS my
from Tam-
committee attorney
FURTHER that you are requiredto hand as Clerk of said Court and
file your answer to the Complaint the seal of said Court at Klssim- pa, is a question mark. Hawes
filed In this mortgage fore- mee. Osceola County. Florida, this drew some legislative critic-
closure proceedings with the Clerkof 14th day of May. 1963.
the Circuit Court for Osceola (CT. CT. SEAL) Ism for his recent defense be-
County at Klsslmmee. Florida, and I S/ GLENN RAY fore a joint House-Senate
to serve a copy thereof upon Plaintiffs Circuit Court
Attorney, Phillip R. Kelley I Osceola County Florida hearing of the activities of .
Post Office Box 331 ((12 Monument Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. the committee.Sen. YOUR FORD DEALER I
Avenue), Kissimmee. Florida not Attorney for Plaintiffs
later than the 18 day of June, 1963 i P. O. Box 492.Klsslmmee . Charley Johns of '
or decree pro confesso will be en: Florida Starke for whom the committee -
tered against )'ou. This Notice will ,'
May 16. 23. 30. June 6. 1963
be published four consecutive times is nicknamed, already has

weekly In The Kissimmee Gazette I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO offered to step down, al- We're selling trucks at the fastest pace in history and we
on the following dates: May 16. APPLY TO STATE BOARD OF ,
23. 30 and June 6 A.D. 1963. PARDONS OF FLORIDA FOR though his offer was in rather

(Circuit IsGLENN Court Seal)RAY I I I Notice CONDITIONAL is hereby PARDON given that I. the vague committee terms. New might blood head in it aim to keep it up There's real savings if you come in now !

Clerk Circuit Court Robert Montsdeoca. who was convicted -
Osceola County Florida in the Circuit Court of Os. In a different direction and
Phillip R. Kelley ceola County Florida on October of the off ''i','
P. O. Box 331 (12 E. of murderIn some pressure
26, 1955. of the offense '
_ ._t_ . .
Monument Ave.) the second degree and senteneed from higher education circles ,' : H

ATTORNEY Klsslmmee. Florida to life Imprisonment will apply and the news media. .Several _. :: ;,.:! }II3 ,
FOR PLAINTIFFMay for a conditional pardon to the
16. 23, 30. June 6, 1963 State Board of Pardons of Florida. papers have taken a stand pL j

Tallahassee. Florida at Its next against the activities of the LIKE THE BIG TRUCKS WITH NEW
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. regular meeting in June. 1963.
OSCEOLA COUNTY 11 Robert MontsdeocaMay committee.The ..
FLORIDA.NO. 16. 23,,1963 recent House vote on RIDING COMFORT!
5708 .- ,

IN LESLIE RE: ESTATE W. SULLIVAN.OF Deceased NOTICE FOR OF TAX APPLICATION DEED among dividing five Lake counties Okeechobee apparently ; - Smooth riding-and quiet, thanks to 26 pounds of'

ALL NOTICE CREDITORS.TO CREDITORSTO LEGATEES. THAT NOTICE Walter IS Phillips HEREBY the GIVEN holderof cleared the way for pass- : .:( i: { cab insulation. But, above all, Ford pickups are
DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- of other legislation. Considerable
the certificates has age
SONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS ;-i filed said following certificates for a tax deedto trading of votes on _4. \ tough. From axle to axle, they're built like the big

You and each of you are hereby be numbers Issued thereon.and years The of certificate issu-- the issue was obvious and now trucks to hold up on the job. . and hold costs down!
notified and required to presentany of the sublect is at
ance, the description prop- that sticky past, _
claims which you. or either of t
erty and the names In which It
you may have against the estate was assessed are as follows: least for the time In the .
of Leslie W. Sullivan deceased Certificate No: 126 Year of Issu- House, members can get on
late of Osceola County. Florida tothe
May 29. 1961
to other things. The feelingof
County Judge of said countyat Description of Property: S 50' of
his office In the Courthouse at N 200' of E 100'. Lot 1. SemInole the House on the matter
Kissimmee. Florida, within six Land & Investment Co. Section 12.
out when the proposalcame
calendar months from the date of Township 26 South, Range 30 East came
the first publication of this notice. Name in which assessed: F. L. up on the floor. About

Each claim or demand must be In Poffenbaugh et al half of the House membersgot .. . .. ...., .
writing and must state the place of Certificate No. 121 Year of Issuance _
residence of the claimant and must May 29. 1961 up and headed for the
be sworn to by the claimant his of Property Lot 292. halfseriousindication .
Description : doors as a joking, ,
agent or attorney or the same will
Investment Co..
Seminole Land &: LeJ
become void according to law. Section 1, Township 26 South that they
This the 29th day of April. 1963. Range 30 East anything to do with the
Name In which assessed: Milt
Executrix of the Estate of Issue.
A. Fairchild et ux
Leslie W. Sullivan, Certificate No. 119 Year of Issu- -

deceased. ance :May 29. 1961 Doyle Connor secretary of .. Il.
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Description of Property: Lot 502. .. ;
Attorney for Executrix Seminole Land &: Investment Co., agriculture, will travel to
P.Klsslmmee.O. Box 492 Florida ,Section 34. Township 25 South Moscow with a group of Florida

May 2. 9. 18 23. 1963 Range Name 30 In East which assessed: E. M. farmers in July. The three -1i .

CALL FOR BIDS 1 LIpsowitz week tour will include sev-
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS: Certificate No. 45 Year of Issuance .
Sealed bids will be received at May 29. 1961 eral European countries. -_ .- -I r .
the office of the Board of Public I Description of Property: Lot 4.
Instruction of Osceola County at Block 21. KiSSimmee View Unit B. _
1 hacker and Ernest Streets. Klsslmmee. Section 11. Township 25 South Some legislators were treat- NEW ECONOLINE VAN-AMERICA'S
Florida, up to 10:00 A.M.. Range 28 East ed to a trip to Costa Rica be-
E.S.T Tuesday. June 4, 1963. for Name In which assessed: John
the complete construction of Science Barbee fore the session ended. It MOST POPULAR DELIVERY TRUCK!

ana Home Economics Classroom -I Certificate No. 47 Year of Issuance would be interesting to know .
Addition to the new Osceola :May 29. 1961 what was behind that. HAULS MORE, SAVES MOREl!
High School. Klsslmmee. Florida.All Description of Property: Lots 5 -.-
bids received will be publicly & 6, Block 26. Kissimmee View .
t opened and read aloud. Plans and Unit B. Section 11. Township 25 OSCEOLA COUNTY . More loadspace than old-style panels . more

the specifications office of may the School be examined Superintendent at- South.Name Range In which 28 East assessed: F. N. Mike Seal Peterson Estate Transactions to Edward E. iiI loading ease with big double doors at side and

Ernest & Thacker Streets. Herger St. Cloud minimum
Klsslmmee. or at the office of Certificate No. 50 Year of Issn stamps.Peterson. ; rear. Yet Econoline costs less to buy, less to run.
Charles H. Parsons. Architect. 18
ance May 29. 1961 A. Lewis Bullis and wife to
i N. Stewart Avenue Klsslmmee. Description of Property: Lot 5. A&B Groves. Inc.. St. Cloud. .. ; No wonder it's America's favorite delivery truck
Fla.One t I Block 31, Klsslmmee View Unit B. $]6.850.
t set of plans and specifications -. 11. Township 23 South. George Robert Bamford and wife far!
Section by
and forms for bidding may. East to Orange Gardens Inc.. Klsslm :
be secured by general contractors Name In which assessed: J. M. n900.
only from the office of the architect I Shalloross I II Orange Gardens. Inc.. to George
by depositing $25.00. Certificate No. 145 Year of Issu Robert Bamford and wife Wash-
BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION I ance May 29. 1961 ington. D. C.. 10800. ,
OF Description of Property: Lots 401 Orange Gardens Inc. to Merle ,
OSCEOLA COUNTY to 405 Inc.. New Eden Unit 3. Section Johnson and wife Rlverdale. Md..
FLORIDA 25. Township 25 South. Range 51,800. I
By W. B. Stephens, i t i 31 East Frances Alexander to File Lee !

Secretary.May 9. 16. 23. 1963 I I Lenahan Name In which assessed: Richard Jackson.fection. Klsslmmee.. love and at-|: HIt ei'r'S2'iLL!

IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S i Certificate No. 106 Year of Issuance Frances Alexander to Russell ..
COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTYFLORIDA. May 29. 1961 Leon Anderson. Ernest Clayton ,
iF i Description of Property: Lot 103 dcrson. Brenda Yvonne An-I I -- :' < .
IN RE ESTATE OF ;S of RR. Plnedale. Section 29. and Paulette Joan Anderson I
Township 25 South Range 29 East and affection. '
;, NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO I Name In which assessed: Un- James B. Potter to Alexander J. |4 !.
ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES. known Palmer and wife. Clearwater. $200. 1
DISTRIBUTEES. PER-t Certificate No. 73 Year of Issu- Douglas B. Stewart trustee, to '
CLAIMSALL Aaron Qeamons and wife. St.
SONS HAVING DEMANDS ance May 29. 1961
AGAINST SAID ESTATE I Description of Property: Lot 7. I Cloud.C. .
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Block A. Trail Sub., Section 3. F. Ketchersld to Jack C. w -"
hereby notified and required to Township 25 South. Range 29 East I Wygal and wife and John D. :;
present any claims which you. or I Name In which assessed: RobertL. .Taft I and wife. Bristol Va.. $5,000. ,
Reed and wife to
Clarence W.
either of may have against Larson et ux =
j the estate you. Pullen. deceased All of said property being In the Opal Hoffmelser. St. Cloud, love ____
late of Osceola County. County of Osceola. State of Florida. and affection.
and wife to
Florida to the County Judge Unless such certificate or certificates Robert S. Hensel
said county at his office In shall be redeemed according Belford R. Thompson and wife.

Courthouse at Klsslmmee Florida. to law the property described ifrom $ Thomas and Constance
within six calendar months I such certificate or certificates will F. 0
the date of the first publication of be sold to the highest bidder at Lanler to Louis Fabian and wife.
this notice. Each claim or demand the Court House Door on the first .Kenansvllle. 35000.
i must' --be- In writing and must state Monday In the month of June. 1963. of Osceola MWHi -
I the place of residence of the claimant which Is the 3rd day of June. 1963. Johnson.County. Florida County on the 14th day I COME IN NOW IS THE BIG ATTRACTION AT YOUR
and must be sworn to by the:- Dated this 2nd day of May, 1963. of June 1963 for approval of

claimant his agent or attorney, or I M GLENN RAY same and for final discharge as ',. ,'> i.
Circuit Court.
void accordIng Clerk of .
the same will become administratrix of the estate of
Osceola County. I
to law. deceased.
Verona Seda.
This the 8th day of May. 1963. ( COURT SEAL) This 13th day of May. 1963-
2. 9. 16. 23. 1963
HELEN C. VAN PELT Katherine C. Seda. Admin-
Executrices of the Estate of IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. istratrix of the Estateof
Elizabeth Pullen. deceased OSCEOLA COUNTY. Verona Seda.
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. : FLORIDA.IN deceased.
Attorney for Execs .. 1 RE: ESTATE OF Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.
P. Administratrix
Attorney for t
Kissimmee.. P. D. Box 492
] M, 23. 30. June 6. 1963: MAKE APPLICATION FOB Florida .

TO ALL FINAL WHOM DISCHARGE IT MAY "CONCERN Klsslmmee.May 16. 23. 30. June 6. 1963

That Katherine C. Seda has flIed
OLA Cdr Y. IN CHANCERY. C-; her final report as administratrix when it comes to commercial .rN*,,w. ,.t'.. -. KISSIMMEE FLORIDALEGAL
E. BOWER aIVA ELIZABETH I of the Estate of Verona Soda de- prlBtt g. Can 17-2981 today
Ids wife
MARK ceased that she has filed petitionfor
; Mears for free
BOWER JM* HELEN V BOVVER final discharge and that she and ask for

hi* wife. _Ptatetlflt. vs. ROBERTF. i will apply to the Honorable O. P. estimates on your job work.

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[FOR RENT: Two bedroom house If devisees dead. the grantees unknown assignees spouse heirs lien- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF j STOVIS REFRIGERATORS i Coll. . I II
]I furnished. Screened front ors. creditors. trustees or other
I IN AND FOR County of Osceola i
under or USED I Co.
through Furniture
I i porch utility room. 915 PatI ; REALTORAMA I against ROY by. LEE DOWNEN. a STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chaneery .

FOR SALE i I!|I rick. Inquire at 913 Patrick. I tI all single parties man having or either or of claiming them; and to .. vs.CALVIN JANIE FAIRCLOTH FAIRCLOTH.DEFEND Plaintiff De-- FURNITURE i I For Prompt Repair of Your

1'I I have right. title or Interest In fendant. NOTICE TO Sewell-Thurmond REFRIGERATOR
'FOR any Florida to JANIE'FAIRCLOTH : I
RE.'Tewly The State of
i described In the Com- ;
the property ,
four !f FOR SALE You are hereby no- 1015 W.st Church ORLANDO Phone 147-4171
BABGAXX BAifxCemte : room house completely g4 plaint. Defendants.NOTICE OF SOTTO tilled that a suit In equity for divorce :. I/.
furnished.- Large yard for garI has been brought against you
1*; Zipper Se; Teeth : ROY LEE DOWNEN. FAIRCLOTH In ihe
Brash ?e; Ear Bebe S4!; Sk* c I den. Fruit trees. Couple with '! ENJOY WATERFRONT a single man Circuit by CALVIN Court of the Ninth Judicial Rowers For All Occasions
S7e; Socks Ik; Pillows ?9e; one baby. No pets. $30 month. not known to be dead or alive and.If Circuit In and for County of Os Christian Science
Shirt St; Pants SI; Dmsee awz dead. the unknown spouse. andou
LUXURYIN ceola. State of Florida
11.40; Rags Me; >>.I..s SSe; 847or 847-4974. heirs. devisees. grantees assignees hereby summoned. ordered and BLUE HUGH'SFLORIST Society
Hamkle 5c: Paatlt 1St; Belt Illeners. creditors. trustees or other are written an- lit We4. MIte .f Each
15e I Cmp 13e; Spread $%.M:. FOR RENT-One bedroom du- THIS TOPFLIGHT HOME '; claimants. by. through,1 under or swer required or defenses to file your to the Complaintfiled MoRth S p.m.
Hair Net 4e; T-Shlrt 3k; against ROY a
herein against you 309 N. RandolphSwaey
Nearly Cterybedr Trade at The 'I pIe x' apartment. Furnished. OF DISTINCTION, single man. or either of them; and above entitled cause In the officeof MMH1 Smcts . . . 11 C.GREEN'S ...
Bargala Bam. Cent t. Slb rtMills Air-conditioned. 319 S. all haor .claiming to WOABWaT -
Warrhvase< Im DarcpertfBBedUtrlr. I Carport. ; have parties right title. or Interest the Clerk of the Circuit Florida Court Sud.t Scked. . . . 9IS-o a...
in and for Osceola County.
I Clyde. I described In the
Follow the .Ip. In the property
House In
BARGAIN BABN. I 109' on East Lake Tohop.kaHga and 340' of d.- Complaint. Residence unknown. at Kissimmee.his office Florida in the Court on or before

Open Week: Da)'a Aad !ii..4.J' ', FOR RENT: Two and three I| tailed landscaping that enhances the structure : YOU ARE HEREBY and.Amendment NOTIFIEDthat the 24th day of June. A.D. 1963. LEARN BARBERI

room apartments. Aircondition- j a Complaint and to serve a copy of such answeror latvre Year fatare la a FUELSales
been filed
to Complaint
and site. and
defenses Thacker well-palag profesUaDay
-' Plaintiff In theabovestyled
ed. Morefield Building opposite against you by Classes
Thacker. Plaintiffs attorneys herein A Night
Logsdon's lot. Saturday.Iay' postoffice. Also furnishedhouse A central furnace keeps the whole Mouse comfortable :. court and cause the for whose address Is Box 527. KIs- V.A. 'pproueS and Service
the of foreclosing
25th beginning at S In winter while control purpose simmee. Florida on or before said Orlando Barber College
a.m. Spon- 606 Emmett. 'i airconditioningcools i mortgage on the following descrtb- date as required by law. If you
sored by Beta Sigma Phi. i It In summer. ed property situate and being In fail to do so. a Decree Pro Confesso S399 S. Orange Blossom Tr.
GA 34876SAND
Come Gome all. FOR RENT-2 BR house fum- i ; Osceola County. Florida: will be entered against you Fuo1$47-4172 S47417IKISSIMMH
one- | Two largo bedrooms, both cross-vontilotod/. Lot 24. KISSIMMEE HIGHLANDS for the relllef demanded In the '
ished. One BR trailer. Lots for j fer maximum FOURTH ADDITION
comfort. ComplaintUITNESS
RAMBLER AMERICAN '62. Like acordlng to the plat thereof. as
trailers. Rainbow Mobile my hand as Clerk of -
recorded In Plat Book 1. Page For Gas Delivery: Phone
new. One owner. 9000 miles.! Homes and Trailer Park Michigan 'i The largo screened porch overlooking the lake I 400 of the Public Records of said Circuit Florida.Court"of and the seal Osceola of MORTAR MIX Harold Wtgal 847-2058

707 S. Mills. Orlando. GA 5- Ave. 34-mile off Vine : makes the perfect spot for relaxation, rainor '| Osceola You County hereby required Florida. to serve said County Court at Kissimmee. Osceoianunty. STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. RetcHer 847-4539
shine. Florida. the 20th day Kenneth ftledsoe
2692. on
Street past Bowling Alley. ;i : a copy of your answer or pleading 1963.
on Plaintiffs attorneys TAYLOR of May A.D. 892-7695 (St. Cloud)

TRY DIADAX TABLETS (form- BRIO & ROLLINS. 150 S. E. 2nd /s Clerk GLENN of the RAY Circuit Court For Gas Service: Phone

erly Dex-A-Dlet) New name. -- i Street. Miami Florida,and file In the the Osceola County. Florida 7tA1f7.8tTr J. B. Roun .. 847-4062

same formula, only 98c. Broad:, WANTEDGREATEST 1 FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS I office original of answer the Clerk or hacker and Thacker
: or before the 23rd day of June. c Emory Bronson 847-4570
way Pharmacy. I ,,. 1963. If you fall to do so. a Decree attorneys; .for Plaintiff Leo Girourd 847-2061
sslmmee. Florida
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- PART or Full Time I INC. against Pro you Confesso for the will relief be entered sought May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1063!> R. H. HaH 8921212. St. Cloud
call H. T. Simmons, Mgr.
in Kissim- and Amendment or
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. Opportunity open ;, In the Complaint NOTICE 847-4819

OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 mee. Earn up to $65 and more '2 Broadway KIssImm to WITNESS Complaint.my hand and seal of NOTICE Is hereby given that at KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX

NORTH MAIN ST. 847-39O. weekly from the start serving j 847-3156 847-3157 said Court at Klsslmmee Osceola the regular meeting of the of Boardof Os Robert O'Rerry 847-3219
: County. Florida. this 15th day of ,County. R. W. losstter 847-3442
Watkins customers household I t'eolaount: ) to oe held at tne
FOR SALE-1961 Ford. 4-door. 6- products with Good Housekeep I I -May.-( 1963.CIrCuit Court Seal) I County Courthouse. Kissimmee. Phone: 847-3524 John Evans, St. Cloud 8923482Radio
A.I. the
Florida. at 10 O'clock on
cylinder. stick shift radio. ing Guarantee. Full or part i :NOTICE I i GLENN RAY Court. i, 17th day of June. A.D. 1963. the, r
LEGAL NOTICES This Is a public imitation to !! 'as Clerk of said Circuit .
Very clean. $1,200. 1515 North needed pur- question of the necessity and expediency
time man or woman at ; I InCTITIOl"S chase by bid. SCHOOL BUS No. 6.1a 1 By1': Marjorie R. Haye of erecting and construct- SERVICEELECTRICAL

Bermuda Avenue. 8472463. once. Set your own hours. No ; 1951 Studebaker, 48 Passenger! Deputy Clerk ing a Courthouse addition and re- and SALES -
: ', NOTICE UNDER Capacity. Serial No RIGA 31806.! Taylor. Brion it Rollins pairing thepresent Courthouse and
.. MBBfBBBBBBOB i investment. Write Watkins NAME STATt."TE'I'I' Motor 4H 32351. Title No. 3668563.1 Hall Building the necessity and expediency of : APPLIANCES
j Products Dept M-3. P.O. Box I: Notice Is hereby Bus may be Inspected at the Bus 150 S. E. 2 Street levying a building tax not to exceed COMrtm HOW
RENT undersigned to the 'Tictitlous Barn located at the Mary Bryan!I Miami 32. Florida FUtMBMNGS
FOR pursuant -
Tenn. j !; five (5) mills annum fora
2111.Iemphis.. Name Statute" Chapter I' School site. Kis immee. Fla. May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 T
J" period not to exceed thirty ((30)
II I 865.09. Florida Statute will register ; CONDITIONS OF SALE: I consecutive years to pay for the ARKS FUR NmJREatO.!
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-59. i with the Clerk of the Circuit 1. Sealed bids will be publicly cost of said construction and repairs .
REAL ESTATE 1 I Court of Osceola County Florida. opened at the Count School Office :NOTICE as provided by Section
$11. $12 per week. Mrs. Paul the fictitious name to-vrtt: corner of Ernest andThacker 1 This Is a public invrtatio" purchase 13501. Florida Statutes: shall be
Davis. 114 Emmett 5tfeet.I I Fashion Flair under whlcn I am Sts.-. Kissimmee. at I by bid. SCHOOL L, considered at said meeting. The
FOR SALE: Two bedroom home.'! engaged in business at: US Main 10:00 A-M.; Tuesday. June 4,', a 1956 G.M.C. 66 eg&opa matters as above stated. after full '
I Street. Kissimmee Florida. 1963. i I I ItSerial No. I58"Xl196.Iotor:
consideration. will be acted NORRIS
upon CLEANERSSpring
FOR, RENT: Apartments and Excellent location. Priced to I I That the party Interested In said 2. Terms of Sale: CASH. The pur-, No. 302147703. Title No. 3720020. and determined by the Board of

houses by week or month. Qt.1 sell: Furnished or unfurnished. business enterprise Is as follows; chaser to bind himself to change 1 Bus may be Inspected at the Bus County Commissioners. All mem-
Jo Ann R. Bass. the color of the school but from: Barn located at thhe Mary Bryan bers of the public are Invited and
ton's Apartments North Orange -i Also good income property. 711 I I Dated at Kissimmee. Osceola National School Bus Chrome I,'School site Klss rnmee, Fla.' win be entitled to be heard at Cleaning is a Brtezt with our Sonitont Services
Blossom Trail. S. qyde. Kissimmee. i I County. Florida this 20th day of i i "Orange. CONDITIONS OF SALE: said meeting.IN .
i''May. 1963. 3 The Board reserves the right to 1 1 I. 1. Sealed bids will be publicly WITNESS WHEREOF. I for Drapes, Slip Covers, Blankets, Feather Pillows.
FOR QUALITY COm RCIAL!1 JO ANN R. BAS !t reject any or all bids and In opened at the County School Office hereunto set my hand and official
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer PRINTING call the Gazette office -: May 23. 30. June 1 963 jI iI j such event the Board resen'ell corner of Ernest .and seal this 6th day of May A.D
apartments with lake and shuffleboard i -- I the right to negotiate a direct I I, Thacker Sts.. Kissimmee. at 1963.

By week, month or M7-2881. Free estimates J I!I NOTICE TO BIDDERS I 4 sale.Purchaser I 10:00: A.M.: Tuesday. June 4. (SEAL) KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
at'I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to to assume responsibility I 1963. /GLENN RAY
an of printing
types Job ,
year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud on i all Interested bidders that the I| for removing. the 2 Terms of Sale: CASH. The purchaser Clerk of the Board of !!! 103 East Dakin 847-4941
bus ''I
from school The Telephone
Hwy. 441. 'reasonable prices. i Board of County Commissioners of pro pert} to bind himself to change County Commissioners of
Osceola Count>. Florida. '111 re- I Board offers no guarantee of :i the color of the school bu from Osceola County Florida.
.cei\e sealed bids until 10:00: A.M.. !I condition for the \enicle I i,I National School Bus Chrome May 16. 23. 30. June 6. 1963
,. ... June 3. 1963. for the .purchase of THE BOARD. OF PUBLIC Orange"
.t l of' t 1" ow i ;the following: Two trucks with I INSTRUCTION,OF 3. The Board reserves 'the right to NOTICE TO DEFENDIn .. ,
oodles OSCEOLA COUNTYby reject any or all bids and In the Circuit Court of the Ninth
dump one trues tractor
KISSIMMEE VACUUM STORE I'without dump body and ore flat \V. B. Stephens. such event the Board reserves Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof
I dump bed; all to be used by the Secretary & Superintendent I the right to negotiate a direct Osceola. State of- Florida. In H
Osceola Count Road Department _May 23. 1963IN > '. sale. Chancery. ='0. 6483. JAMES E ROTHROCKSEPTIC

.:and to be delivered to the County THE"COUNTY 1 Purchased to assume full responsibility JACKS. Plaintiff. vs. CLARA L.
Barn. Kissimmee Par Road. Flo THE COURT OF for removing the bus JACKS. Defendant. NOTICE TO I
; JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLORIDA 1-1. from school property The Board DEFEND The State of Florida to

:rida.Each bidder Is requested to showon offers no guarantee of condition Clara L. Jacks. 9700 South Mlllard
> his bid the trade-ins to be allowed NOTICE OF INTENTION TO for the vehicle.THE Evergreen Park 42. Illinois. You
219 BROADWAY for two Ford flat dump I' MAKE APPLICATION FOB BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION are hereby notified that a suit Inequity TANK CO::
trucks and one Dodge flat dump I I FINAL DISCHARGE J OF for divorce has been brought
truck. whIch may be seen' at the ,, IN RE: THE ESTATE OF OSCEOLA COUNTYBy against you by James E Jacks In
_, KISSIMMEE County Barn.Specifiatlons. JULIA P. EATON deceased.IN W B. Stephens. the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial -
may be obtained PROBATE I Secretary & SuperintendentMay Circuit in and for County of
I{ TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Florida and Culvert Tile for Driveways
from Glenn Ray Clerk of the I 23. 1963 Osceola. State : you
SEWING MACHINES Board of Count Commissioners. at j :i are hereby summoned. ordered and
his office In the Courthouse. I IImmediately I'I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I required to file jour written an- Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
time '! THAT I have filed my final reportas Ii swer or defenses to the Complaintfiled
VACUUM CLEANERS above shown. following the proposals the received ,- Administratrix of the Estate of i, NOTICE TO DEFENDIN herein against you In the Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
JULIA P. EATON deceased that I in the officeof
will be publicly opened and ; : HCIJi'iligAtO above entitled cause.
have filed petition for final discharge THE CIRCUITIN the Clerk of said Court at his
the I and that I will apply to office .in the Court House In Kis
I The County reserves right to
the Honorable O. P. Johnson. County -10LA STATE OF FLORIDA. InChancery. before the
and all bids and to simmee. on or
I reject any 15 Years
[ I I PAT KEENE. Plaintiff Experience
MAKES 'waive formalities. Judge of Osceola County. Florida 31st day of May. 1963. and to sen'ea
on the 30th day of June. 1963 vs RELDA A. KEENE. Defendant. of such answer or defenses
<( TO DEFEND. The state owner operator
for approval of same and for final Thacker and Thacker plaintiffs ,
PARTS AND SUPPLIES OF discharge as Administratrix of the 1 of Florida to RELDA A. KEENE.You attornevs whose address is
I OSCEOLA COUNTY Estate of JULIA. P. EATON de-i i are hereby notified that a suit Box 527 Kissimmee Florida. on
I In for divorce has been
FLORIDABy ceased. equity or before said date. as required bylaw
/ HARRIS G. DANIEL This 21st day of Mar. A.D. 1963. i! brought against you by PAT If you fall to do so. a De-
$ : i KEENE In the Circuit Court of
/sJulia E. Miles. Pro Confesso will be entered
Chairman : the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and cree Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
Administratrix of the against for the relief demanded
May 23. 23.:: 1963 you
for County of Osceola. State of
Estate of Julia P. Eaton in the said f
deceased.THACKER . f Florida and you are hereby summoned WITNESS m,vComplaint.Clerk of
AND THACKERBox ordered and' required to f said Circuit Court of Osceola
1 527 Kissimmee. Fla. file your written answer or defenses Florida and the seal of
1 County.
t I to the Complaint filed herein PHONE: 847-3524
Attys for Admx. said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola
Stan Barber's Grove Service May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 against you In the above entitled Count.. Florida. on the 23rd day
I cause. in the office of the 1963.
ot A.D.
I Clerk of the Circuit Court In and April' / CLEP"Y
NOTICE OF XOBTCAGE i for Osceola County. Florida at his Clerk% of the Circuit Court.
FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK i, office In the Court House In Kls- Florida
COMPLETE GROVE SERVICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN siromee. Florida on or before 24th Seal County STEEL SALES
pursuant to a Final Decree of day of June. A.D. 963. and to Circuit Court )
AND MANAGEMENT Foreclosure dated May 18. 1963. and: serve a copy of such answer or de- Thacker and Thacker .
[ entered tn Chancery Case No. 6290 fenses upon Thacker and Thacker. Attorneys for Plaintiff
t of the Circuit Court of the Ninth Plaintiffs attorneys herein. whose I Kissimmee Florida ANY DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
Judicial Circuit In and for Osceola 1, address Is Box 527 Kissimmee. I May 2. 9. 16. 23. 1963 I

Also Ranch Service I I County. Florida wherein First Fed- 1 Florida on or before said date as :
eral Savings and Loan Association required by law. If you fall to do NOTICE Competitively Priced
Decree Pro Confesso will be I of Ag-
I of Osceola County a corporationorganized so. a The Florida Department
Spreading DolomiteLimeFertilizerCan . i' and existing under the entered against you for the relief riculture solicits bids on specified
laws of the United states of America "demanded In the Complaint. laboratory supplies and equipment TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
furnish all materials. . . ... Is Plaintiff. and Ralph R La- : WITNESS my hand as Clerk of to be opened at 11 a.m. May 31st.
.# ." nlcr and his said Circuit Court of Osceola 1963 In Its offices at Kissimmee. HORSf TKAJinS AND UTILITY TftAIUXS
; ." ;c" :':. wife, l i1blf'elrtXir. Co.. I County. Florida. on the 20th day Florida.
Other Pasture Needs. .., ,....- . ... .;. Inc.. a Corporation. are defendants. 1 of May A.D. 1963. Further Information and specifications BUILT AND REPAIRED
) ...; .. :#.. \ I will sell to the highest and best /*/ GLENN RAY can be obtained from Dr.

... i ...' . bidder for cash at the front door Clerk of the Circuit Court I William L. Sippel. Florida Department C.._ w.. WaWiIIt sa., AI Weft c..r.r'
Osceola Florida &47. Kis-
.s' -.,. ,0' the Osceola County CourthouseIn County. of Agriculture. Box
. '. .... the Qtv of Kissimmee. Osceola (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) simmee. Florda.
,' ... .. ., .. :, .:." County. Florida, at twelve o'clock i I Thacker and Thacker' Florida Department of Old Orfendo Hwy. ...... Uv..to.k AUrfcvf.Rt. .

CALL ORLANDO 422-7615 COLLECT ..1. . ... ."'... : ,...... noon on the 4 day of June. A.D. Attorneys for Florida Plaintiff I Agriculture DVM. 1, ftox 23S-A KJulIIUWeeI
1963. the following described property Kissimmee. C. L. Campbell. ; .
' .
: ; . . as set forth In said Final De May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 State Veterinarian.
.,.' .. .....!" I Slay 16. 23. 1963
". . .' ...,......!... cree.'to-uit: I
;"!' . . ... .. t.... PARCEL 'AFrom: a Point
f.--. . .' .. .. 188.4 feet North of the Southwest LOU YOUNG WELDING
.'-._." .. .' .__....a..C...;... corner of Block Three (3) of ,
Campbell City as recorded In the
Public Records of Osceola County PHONE 847-3898
For Any Of Florida; said lands are known for the I

a* the Mary Morgan Subdivision.Said I
point of beginning being on {
4W ., These ServicesNew" the West line of said Block Three IL.AJE] .
(3). run thence East 17097 feet.
along the South line of the North of your fife. . OSCEOLA TIRE
Two (2t acres of said Block 3;
Houses run thence South 60.0 feet, run:
thence West 170.97 feet to the SERVICEIaJ
West line of said Block 3: run MAI1IND
ComiriercialStrvctwes thence North 60.0 feet to the I

point of beginning II Custom Recapping
point 188.4 feet North of the j
Southwest corner of Block Three 223 S. BERMUDA
Remodeling (31. of Campbell City subdivision PHONE 847-2207
a* recorded In the Public cyemz

e Additions Records of Osceola County Florida .

run North along West line.. '...
of said Block 3. 65.0 feet run ;
e AI"MiIlUIII thence East 17097 feet run LAKEFRONT APARTMENTS .
GMs Worn md Wars thence South 65.0 feet to the
Skiing South line of the North 2.0 acres i on the shorts of Yacht Club social center ., IE WISEECONOti1QE-
of said block 3. run thence West' ,
17097 feet to the point of be-. beautiful Lake Mtitltnd pool. sun deck shuffleboard -
1962 wot a bad par for auto Occident And the way 1963 I* AluminumStorefront ginning. putting green boat

It's b bettor. Claim for and Dated this May 20 1963. 1 & 2 Bedrooms
tort nfl out fioiflg to no damog t '
A CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) i docks fishing pier.
jury awards have "...r boon higher. s/ GLENN RAY 1 1Yt& 2 Baths
Miaul.s and Block
Cleric Circuit Court. ro doppi" Extra Quality'

E.k..nemsbi4 insurance costs very little. Is worth every cent Osceola County. Florida I downtown Qrtondo. to urban
GE kitchens
Just don't hesitate . . P Phillip O Box R. 331 Kelley *" I. refrigerator oven garbage range Ml eutufuctnftti** v r At No Eztet.CseiS
nrewi colicsEstimates
412 Kissimmee.E. Monument Floridai ATe.) disposall included. Plus.Not a Cooperative! but a

Attorney for ; CON-00-lAlN-1-UM! '- PL 47-4021
Plaintiff wall-to-wall carpets air-

L U PFER' S SEE j t tI 23. 1963 conditioning and heating From 9,450 and

I.IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE : city water,city sewerage. $45 Per month. Member of Osceola County BeJUers Association

I r t NINTH JUDICIAL* OSCEOLA CIRCUIT COUNTY.mriSuSA I sound-proof privacy. Bank financing available. I

Insurance Agency K. C. Meore Jr. t' I

TRIANGLEBUILDING INSURANCE COMPANY ai Mm-'I MM S.Ort* > *Hi4.ftanda Oa US 17.I2..sa sass*W..Ur hrs

1918 -- 1963 i': nesota corporal Plain tiff.J pa... H4-zsu

J LUELLA TARCAL formerly known I FvfmMod Moo ApsrtmoHt open ere/y day$ ..... to t pJ- ; PRODUCTS. INC.

11 ,Stewart st. las. LUELLA: DOWNEN and HITAaslh.r r ti.diw rarfMbal ctMWMty ky....IlK.V......$.... fton**tor,. .,
12 ..w.y-Next. To The Bw*- 474721Q : BERT TARCAL her husband: and NEPTUNE ROAD KI8BIMHK8
Phoee847.2279 +ROY LEE DOWNEN. a single man
1 !:not known to .be dead or alive and


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