Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00260
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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: January 3, 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: VID00260
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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-" Year In Review HIS 1JlVIEE: GAZETTE

*;. by Betty Eby I ida Aero Club ... Tarts Feed and ,
.StaftWriterturned Farm held a formal opening intheir ;"
..Now that the calendar ban been new location on North Main HERALDi: > iC2RESS: OF KISSIMMEff AND QSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 68 YEARS

to 1963 let ns glance back Street . T. J. Lee Dairies established _ _ _ _ _ s.:! .sl 3* -:.
and see what in the Kissimmee office . iCO -
V.- In 196%. area Southport a Canal contract was let Vol. 69, No. 5 Entered ,"Ooceola Second Cou CUKissimmee i: ... Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, January 3, 1963 EtDU.h n S:T-im 4 1194fB Price Ten Cents

JANUARY . White Auto Store held grand .i'III'.. In-- 1. -- -

r Ground was broken in Osceola opening . $3,000 collected in the gm, ", TO SPEAKAddress
County for the Sunshine State Red Cross 'Drive. ...; Elks Call For

Parkway f . Mrs. O. S. Thac..er JULY Baseball School

died suddenly . John MacGilli First Federal Savings and Loan IT"L
Blood Donors
vray was elected president of the listed assets at $14,090,800.30 . cwi
KAST Club . The Florida Cat- Churches held Vacation Bible -
tlemen's Association selected a site Schools . Parade of Progress The Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. ' 4"t, Starts 11 th Year

on Bermuda for their headquarters edition of the Gazettee issued as 1873 is putting on an important
. plans for the new high school: Broadway was taking on a new blood bank drive on Wednesda
were approved by state architects l look. . West Vine Street was evening, January 16th,. from 5: (0 J Kissimmee Baseball School opens Coacoes for the baseball school
. Albert Rogers, Dan Autrey, widened. to 8:00 o'clock in the lodge quar. for its 11th season next week under will be George Hyatt and AI) Ev

and Russell Thacker announced AUGUST ters at 15 W. Darlington Ave. inKissimmee. the direction of Gus Mauch. aRl.JJaU.. tamer Washington

candidacy for mayor-city commission City commission votes to Jet the I At that time the Mobile The school, located on North infielder, la coach for the Chicago
fish house pperate . New school 1L 1-; Unit of the Central Florida Clyde Avenue, is ''operated for White Sox and Svans, former
FEBRUARY year began . Work started on Blood Bank of Orlando will come fledging trainers and youngsterswho catcher for WMkmffton and Boston -
I Engineers recommended favorable the Florida Cattlemen's Associa- to Kissimmee and set up its equip. want to make a career of pro- is cwrtntiy a scout fur the
action on $3. million Shingle ttion's building . Contract was ment to receive donations of a fessional baseball Minnesota Twins
Creek Drainage project 21 clubs let for remodeling the Post Office pint of blood from all volunteers Some twenty-three baseball students Sid Huda o a. who was with the
toqk part in the Brahman Shuffleboard . Aldersgate moves along with present Any resident of Osceola and seven trainer trainees school during 1U-.ffrat 10 years

Tournament *. 'Owen Godwin plans. County, of either sex, who is in are enrolled for the 11th semester, will not be with the staff this year.
flew to Bombay. India for a SEPTEMBER good general health, is urgently which lasts through February 10. The formr a urI. for he Washington

tiger hunt. .. The city comraissio 3,939 students enrolled for the called upon to support this com- Mauch former trainer with the ,ScMten a"d Boston Red
voted to lease the airport to Marathon first day of school . Trinity munitty project and give a pint of New York Yankees, is currentlywith Sox is spendwc his ttaoo with th<'
Aviation . Vivian: Beltz Lutheran Church observed first blood. the New York Mets in the Washington i 0'..hit's Winter

won the local American Legion anniversary of' First Cotton Carnival According to Paul Lutz, chair- National League, thus joining his League. He is pitchiac c* ch for
Oratorical Contest . Judge Parki i staged . Albert Bearden re- )Dan of this .event, the Elks blood oldbosses Casey Stengel and General the Washington Ch* i ta the Amcn-
er McDonald validated a $1,350,000 teired from the Post .Office . reserve with the Central Florida manager George Weiss. can League.
Ted IHntherJf
revenue certificate issue for the FEA held a meeting here . Angela Blood Bank is available for blood
city ta purchase a new electricity "Angle" Gestaldi, foreign exchange transfusions to all residents of: Jf Jf

generator . J. J. Griffin, Jr.. student; from Argentina arrived 'n' '' .' ___ Osceola County as well as to Elks High School No Fallout
announced his candidacy for eetate to attend Osceola High L- "--'-' ---- .. members and! their families. And Ted Dencher To
representative on| the Democratic School. since the last blood bank drive

ticket and Lester H. Wilkie Jr., OCTOBER about. three months ago, this blood Groups Shelters

,announced. that he would run for Ritter bought St. Clair Plastics '-' ": reserve was called upon to help incases BaptistsTed

that post on the Republican ticket firm. . Parks Company celebrates! _________________ of need and emergencies with
. _ Chris- In Black AvailableThere
Tom Bumby announced his 36th anniversary . Follies of about forty units of,-blood. There Dencher, a convert to
_ _ _
candidacy for the county commission 1962 presented by the Junior Woman's fore, if this blood reserve is to continue tianity from the Jehovah's Witnesses -
. The KAST Club held a Club . Joseph Taggart was CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY-Mr. .nd Mr\ *. Willard York.1425 functioning in the months will be speaking at the First The various organizations at are no building suitable I
hobby show at the Community named deputy city clerk . Bill Clay Street celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday ahead it is necessary to receive Baptist Church in Kissimmee on Osceola High School ended their for fallout shelters in Osceola

,House . A waitress was killed Hammond joined. First Federal with a dinner at the Tropical Hotel. followed by "Open House" at enough Wood before it can be given Wednesday, January 9th at 7:30: fical I year with more money than County.
!;by her estranged husband who staff as public relations officer. their home in the afternoon. The Yorks were married December away. p.m. The public is cordially invited. they started the year with, according This was made pobHe in a report -

I then committed suicide City . Flood control projects got 25th, 1912 at Avondale, New Jersey and moved to Kissimmee 19 It..., '* should be pointed out t A Philadelphian, Dencher became i to an audit' recently made by Maj. Edward Smith, Civil
Commission votes to buy a $495- Senate approval . 9864 voters years ago to make their home. (Photo by Eby) that at the present moment this a Jehovah's Witness at the available. Defense director, in a report to the
Ii 000 generator . 18th Annual registered in the county . Congressman Elks blood reserve is the only age of 17 and was in the organization The fiscal year ended June 90, state CD officials.
1 Livestock Show was !held in conjunction Syd Herlong spoke at source, for anyone in Osceola for 10 years. Part of that, according to Leland II. Haines, Or- The U. S .Poet Office in Kissim

,with Osceola County' dinner meeting . 13th Annual County who is in need of blood! t time he served as a Pioneer, traveling l lando certified public accountant. mee could be converted, but more
75th anniversary . Tom Adams, Boat. -Cade traveled 247 miles Tax Bills 'ShowCounty's Donations from the Elks blood reserve to various sections of the At the beginning of the year than $2I 00 would have to be
I1 Florida Secretary of State, spoke Bill Rigby was named city purchasing are given to individuals only country devoting many hours: the activities fund (in which all spent and it would handle only 138
at a. Rotary Club Dinner . The i agent. and they are given free of charge, daily to service in Watchtower' organizations' funds are put) persons. Smith said.the. estimate
F 29th Semi-Annual Silver Spurs NOVEMBERDemocrats as far as the blood itself is con Society, supporting himself on the amounted to $10,956.86. At the had been forwarded to postal headquarters

Rodeo was held. swept the general GrowthThe cerned. The recipient has to pay side with various jobs. After seven end of the year, the balance was in Atlanta.

1--. MARCH election in Osceola Count . ; the handling administrative years of work as a Jehovah's Witness $12,772.22. The biggest single increase Because there are no shelters,
f*Openingceremonies; were held KAST Club opened a new-season costs charged by the Central Florida . he encountered a Christian, was the class of 1964 whose there is no shelter marking or shelter

at Aldersirate . J. C. Bordelon . Brahman Inn was sold to growth of Osceola Countyis $7,087.05. This year the companywas Blood Bank. family in 1953 who took it upon: balance went up from $34.71 to. stocking programs required,

and Bert Frazer qualified forcandidacy Joseph E. ,Turner . Radio Station i partly shown by the tax bills sixth with 10564.21;' and "We wish to pay tribute to our themselves to lead him to Christas 51.181.1C. he said.
for city commission . WOSL restored-on at 1220 kc i its property owners are paying as blood donors members 'and nonmembers Savior. After numerous meetings The band started with $905.82; I10We-\T@t", Smith Mud at least 10
Mickey Davis qualified for candidacy with authorized power of 250 watts compared with past years. first place Atlantic Coast lido alike," said Exalted Ruler in which they primarily discussed -, received $3,385.84; spent $3,555.88; private shelters have been constructed ..

for Republican State Committee . Jim Rooney was elected to Tax collector Ed Pound disclosed Railroad dropped to seventh place Bodo Kirchhoff, "who so regularly the deity of Jesus Christ, and ended with $735.78. in the area.
woman . CoL Joe Watson head Industrial Commission . some of the statistics re- with $10,439.25. and unselfishly have supported every which the Witnesses denyDench- In the funds from classes of The report also stated: Mrs.
filed 'as Republican candidate for Al Cody was installed as presidentof cently. Other 1948 top tax payers, according blood bank drive in' the past er began an intensive personal I 1Q59.GO, and 61, there is still a, Agnes Brinson Mrs. Bronie Wise,
the County Commission . Mr. the Chamber of Commerce of Back in 1948, the biggest taxpayer to Pound, were: and who, 'no doubt, will be with us study of the New Testament which balance of $212.59. During the and Mrs. Martha Tucker have completed -
and Mrs. Boyd Sprinkle purchased Kissimmee . The drive was sent in a check for $7,557- Consolidated Naval Stores $6,. again on Wednesday, January 16. l lasted for 3% years. This study year $45.97 was spent from this welfare .progswm.. in connection -
Kissimmee Furniture from. Mr. started for a cultural center. . 08. It was the Atlantic Coast Line 952.05; Peavy Wilson Lumber Co.,, We are deeply indebted to them i involved not only the English version account. with CD in Khwlramee and
and Mrs. Edgar Glass . March Gazette for making this but the original Greek from L The class of 1962 fund received i St. Ctoud.
won a prize in community
*'.Dimes ,a press contest Railroad. This year, the biggest $4,896.46; Henry O. Partin & Sons, pro LI
o nets $3,500 in Osceola . Youth sentenced to l life taxpayer was Deseret Farms Inc., 4315.72; George W. Mann Ranch, ject possible, for without donorsour which the New Testament was I $1,806.90, but $1,905.22 was spent. The establishment of warden
County . 41 candidates file in on 1958 murder charge ,. half- who sent in a check of $124,128.96the $2,696.89; Southern Bell)) Telephone,: blood reserve would not exist. translated. Early in 1957, being: This year's graduating class received service "is going v- cy slow. Each
county elections . Jacksonville brother acquitted . Cultural Center first week of November.Real $2,408.07; and Dr. Phillips, $2,391.40. It is gratifying to 'be able to help convinced from the Scriptur that; $2,566.99 and spent 2881. city must give more attention to
Suns' arrived for Spring Training was held on closed circuit TV. property taxes in 1947 the sick in need. It is perhaps: Christ is truly God, and that thereis 71, leaving it with & balance of this JM'O' <
. Work was started on White DECEMBER amounted to $167,784.23; in 1961, This year's top tax payers included ' even more gratifying to know tha! a judgement after death, he re- $244.61 at the beginning of'this The county plan is being revised. -
Auto Stores from
Inc. signed ihe Watchtower
building or-
0. D. Whittington Jr.. was appointed they were $1,110,831.08.; and this : so many among us 'are willing to school year.Three .
Albert Rogers; Dan Autrey and : as Methodist Educational year they totaled $1,152,170.97. Three Lakes Ranch, $29,231{ provide us with so manypints of: ganization. Shortly: thereafter he The county CD tItke, has not
Russell Thacker were victorious, in ',Assistant. . The blood, so was fully convert**! to Jesus been able to get ....... to at-
sffo-Annual many \Imesl" .
,., ** LiThe Bronson familycontinues*,Latt Maxcy, $36,074.75 Adelene
: ;
C1teleetiohs I ? : > "' ij.* :: Christ. He is nov a member of
APRIL i Parade of Music Vas held fp." conjunction tl o'be the county's' second largest sJohnstob; ;'$10,797( 2i11iScter-and "",,-Allnloriors mustr4 in good gei}- the Presbyterian Chvircn. Arrested nstnicWb eourW on radiol4gkai. I '
j with the Missile Bowl .., era! health. without colds or other: eteMw* mmi has raquMtedstanAy
Kissimmee High School taxpayer. In 1947, George C. Bron- Thacker, $3,464.90; and Alto As Dencher grew in his know! .For Trespassing{ *
was accredited 100 teams ailments *
participated in the Kow ; they should not have rerVfts be assigned to
son paid $7,533.23 this Bron Adams, $3,824.06.Pound .
by' the state .-. Bill SkinK ; year edge of the Bible and the Christian
Tournament taken medications assist in inrtructioa
The third or pills for two Three
son paid $49,324.83.American said that 75.27 pet. ofthe I men a 13-year-old I
well known he became
ner.: photographer, annual Beta minstrel was held . weeks prior-to the date above. All more moreburdened boy from Orange County The eomtr hoftttk depart-
Telephone and Tele- taxes owed the had been were
county to reach his
passed former brethren -
suddenly . .
away Judge George Kempfer president of the wishing to give a pint of blood charged with ment is preparing a profrram to
Parker McDonald ruled graph was third place in 1948 with paid by Dec. 1. with the gospel of God's grace. trespass yesterday,,
engine con. Florida Cattlemen's Association should not eat any substantialmeal : Sheriff Bob Buekels said. give booster tetanus ah**. to the
tract illegal final decree entered To thi end, }he has written a book ..
; and member of the county school for four hours before giving Arrested by Osceola Dep. Ed.
. Theresa Somers won local Elk. board succumbed Trautwein blood and should only have fruit I and several tracts. The surplus
a stroke . George County Commission He is now in the full-time itinerate Langford were Roy A. Bass 29; property program -
I Essay Contest . The Industrial Mark Lurie won the VFW oratorical and fruit juices, coffee or tea with) George L. Brown, 36; David R. .ha become too complicated:
Conducts Concert Met On ministry, having
Development Commission formed contest .. .Bid was accepted for MondayThe sugar, but no cream; toast with) i in New spoken widely Miller, 27; and the juvenile all of to be effectively used by the county -
Jersey Ari-
under. the direction of Jim Greear downtown drainage . jelly, but no butter. The donorsare Pennsylvania, Orlando. and the cities.
. Osceola High School program George; Trautwein, son 'of Mr. !county commission held its zona, Ohio and Florida. An able
Symphonic Work started on storm sewer from well taken care of by the medi. Brown may also be charged with "It takes a full day almart for
Band presented the second Elks Club to lakefront on Darling and Mrs. William Trautwein, recently last meeting of the .year Monday' cal staff of the Mobile Unit and lauded speaker; his message has been. trespass on Deseret Farm travel and prior requests for paricelar -

annual Symphony of Color. . Pete ton . John Hudson was named conducted a very successful morning at 10 a.m. right after giving their blood do- ferent by denominations minister of manydif. ty where he witnessed the propert fatal I item wore not met . .
Hunt named Cancer Chairman . Small Claims County Clerk Glenn Ray said vpaij n theji will be guests of the as being also many items procured became
judge Santa
: Tiny Tots-concert for ages-3'to 7 ft was short i ' &"\' o-close"out' timely, enlightening and stirring. shooting Dec. 16 of William Wal-
Jim _Johnston prominent Central a
Claus arrived by paerachute to appear Elks Lodge for a big steak dinner. His cott Warner, 35, of Key West very expensive to put into operating
Florida citizen and founder of Os- at. Dallas, Texas.. He is assistant some of the business for the year. basic aim is to awaken Chris ,
in annual Christmas parade The Blood Bank Committee wishesto Sheriff Buckets said. condition Smith said.
ceola Guarantee Title Company . Big B Super market opened conductor of the Dallas Symphony. It was the last meeting for make a special appeal to the tians and instruct them as to what When Brown
on do was brought to Os-
they can to help the Witnesses!
passed away after a lengthy illness Dakin . county suffered extensive George attended Oberlin College Commrs. Jack Robertson and Leon county residents to take part in ceola County
. Bud and John's Air Conditioning ? Godwin. They will be succeedednext I who call at their doors. The message jail, the sheriff told
this Samuel
damage in' important community project G. Gilbert
worst freeze
of and Cleveland Institute and received is followed by a questionandanswer him he was withdrawing his request
month Tom and I -'
held their official by Bumby
opening the century. by giving a pint of blood so that
that he
fc Tupperware changed it's Jris doctorate of Music from Chester Barber. others live! period. not be charged by Succumbed SaturdaySamuel
official name to 'Tupperware the University of Indiana. He wona These two will be sworn in on may Dencher was born in Magnolia, Deseret Farms. He said he thought

) Home Parties, a Division of the Key Club Gives Fullbright grant for study in January when it'is expected an New Jersey and is now 34 years cl: that fatal shooting would have Frederick Gilbert, 54,
Rexall Drug and Chemical Com EurOpe at the Mozarteum at Salz- organizational meeting will be: Lois Helen McMuhan age. He was married in December' been enough of a lesson. native of Kissimmee and memberof
paul, . Paul Sanborn resignedas To Needy burg and worked with Antal Dor- held. Accident Victim 1961. Langford said the group had a pioneer Occeola County family -
manager of the Kissimmee' ati and Pierre Monteux on conduc shot a buck deer and were dressing i passed away in St. Mary's Hospital -

Chamber of Commerce to accept the During the Club Christmas ,holidays, ting.He Lois Helen McMahan, 28, of Hi- "Anne Frank" Is it down when apprehended. Hoboken New Jersey Seth '-

position at Cape Coral\". .. Construction School Key of Osceola High and his wife now make their Suit Filed In aleah, passed away early Tuesdayin Technical day after a brief illness.
started on the new Tup.' which performed civic duties of borne in Dallas. a Kissimmee hospital, from injuries ChallengeThe Christmas Tournament Born August 6, 1908, the son <.f
the community should be Circuit Court most dedicated William C. Gilbert Sr.. and Flossie
perware Auditorium . .. Tupperware received in an automobile participantsin
justly proud.A little theatre : Winners AnnouncedThe Cape Gilbert, he left Khwiranw
celebrated their eleventh anniversary A car-bicycle collision in September accident near Holopaw. a production are
,.- . Reid MeWhlrterwas dance was held during which KeyMenTo 1961, has resulted in a She was a native of Saltville 1, those whom the audience seldom I Christmas Tournament at at an early. a.e and. entered the

named City Judge, succeeding they donated requested canned goods to be Leave suit asking! $40,000 in damages. Virginia and was a member of the sees. These unsung heroes (and I the Kissimmee All States Tourist Merchant Marine over 38 yeas,
Ed Brinson who was named City for in of charging money LaboratoryThe :Marjorie Lynn, a minor, and her Baptist Church. heroines) are the technical staff. Club drew 47 men and 30 ladies ago.He
Attorney. suIted attending. The response re:" Florida Animal Diagnostics father Andrew W. Lynn are suingWilford Survivors include her husband I, Somewhere near the back of a wthi Marie Rowsey, Myrtle Morse, was a veteran of World War
in 350 cans of food and a' play-bill their Ann Roberta Edna Irwin Vi 2-and was a Methodist.
: Everett
MAY here is losing two of L and Rosamond G. Pul- B. L. McMahan. One daughter, names appear. -
City Commission passed an ord. $13.00 donation. With this donation Laboratory ford. Mrs. Pulford driving Donna Sue McMahan, one son, Dan Their's is an ironic reward for Lou Taylor, Babe Lemena- Survivors include two sisters
its it learned here was a
key men, was
inance annexing the new high the Key Club-'Boys purchasedan which struck the girl according Leon McMahan all of Hialeah. Par- their devoted work in live theatre. ger, Iva Schloffman and Eva Bfl- Mrs. Lucille Gilbert Thompson,
school property . Governor Farris -, additional 130 cans, and.then recently. W. chemist to the complaint.The of Saltville. One sister, Mrs. James Jf all goes well in the perform. lingsley winning the ladies' divi' Pewacola and Mrs. Boot Gilbeit
DrJohn Needham.
Bryant' addressed the county solicited the neighborhood in the suit filed in circuit eats, Mr. and Mrs. :Manley McBrideR. ances, they will remain almost t sion. Cannon Miami. Also an aunt Mil, ;
and Dr. Wayne Kirkham bac- was
civic clubs at a banquet . An Dellwood Park area, where con' court here.Sheriff Blevins, Atkins, Virginia.The anonymous. But if something goes The men wniners were Lawrence. Joame Cape, Tampa, and me<.e:
Orlando firm was awarded the tributions swelled their supply to terioligist, confirmed they wouldbe funeral party left Wednes wrong, one can hear the rustle of r Cole Gene Lemenager James Me- Mrs. Robert Harrison, Winte.
new 10 canned articles. This was' then leaving the laboratory during afternoon for Saltville Taggart, Lou Smith, Roy Sehoen- Park.
high school contract .' .' I day where: programs being opened in order to
Cancer Crusade netted $3,650 in distribute4 over the holidays, along January.Dr. . SpendsLess funeral services and interment will] identify the culprits responsible. berger Charles Biggs, Howard L Funeral services will be held at
..Osceola County . .. City signed a with members of various service Needham said he is takinga Than BudgetOsceola be held. Grissom Funeral Home ""The Diary of Anne Frank", the Senacel, Grant Humphrey, Irwin 3 o'clock Saturday at the interment
contract with Fairbanks Morse,for club who had prepared bakets of position with the Chemical' Ab was in charge of arrangements. January llth-12th offering of the; Vermette, Clyde Simpson and John in Rose Hill Cemetery, with Dr. H.
.$481,000 diesel generator. food for needy families. stract Service, which is affiliated County Sheriff Bob Footlight Theatre Guild. constitutes Taylor. P. ANN, Minister of Ae First Bap
JUNE Also during this school vacation L with the American Chemical Buckels spent $7J84L83 less than the greatest technical challenge -- The tournament for men players I dst Church, offIe 8tblc. Grissom
Firemen Get
79 graduated from Osceola High period many members of the Key Society in Colombus Ohio. his budget during the fiscal year: the Footlighters have faced I 70 years and over sponsored by Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. .

School . Flyin Iron Day held L Club donated their time and services Dr. Kirkham is taking a research ending September 30, 1962. His Personal CupsThe to date. The double-level stage-set, the Benton Jewelry Co.. bad 23 _--3
by the Osceola Chapter of the Flor-' by filling in the low areas position at the University of on the grounds around the ida. exoenditures. were S87.176.29.. Everett with Ercell Wright sec.
high iliary was host to the firemen and; exacting sound-effects, and the

;Movie Menu school.These youngsters are to be commended their supper families recently.at The a covered yacht disb,i make varied this hard.to-find Pulitzer Prize properties winning, ond. _ _ _ Claimed H.By Johns Death

'for their civic pride and was decorated for the occasion. play a classic example of staging Services Held F-or

TR.UL community spirit. Ann Lawrence presented the t at its most difficult. Marion H: Johns, 70. of Kenans-
SOUTH Robert L. O'Connell
THKATHK DRIVE IX firemen with a 50-cup electric Director Kenneth Duncan and vine cattleman and native Osee
Thanh. FrI.. St.Jmmrr Audit Made Of percolator and each: fireman with t Technical Supervisor Louis French Funeral services for Robert L ola Counties, passed away Thursday

"IF A MiAsRnS X 4. 5 Group Funds a personal coffee cup. Each had[ have announced the following as O'Connell 33, of Raleigh Street after several months illness.
'TlO ltIOI the man's name on it. their technical staff. Set-Construc Kissiramee, were held at 11 aja. Born December 19, 1892, at

"B'K. TU GODS 1h.* COPXTRV* The Osceola High School Athletic tion; Louis French, Fred Brnssow, Thursday from the Grissom Chapel, Kenancville, the son of Reuben
Si's. V Frank Haslar and with the Rev. John Briley, Minis- John and Josie Brack
; Assn. ended its last. fiscal Kempfer Will Mary Helvey. John, he
t HKPORT ter of the First Methodist Church,
iii... .!.. lOrtte year with$ 16.95 in the bank. The Sound-Effects; Douglas Horde,and had been a lifelong resident.He .
... __ Filed For Probate Andy Herman. officiating. Casketbearers were was member of
zOe 11 year ended June 30, according to Lighting; Fred a the Bap
1IOIS.K OK MOMEVJaBMry Brisbin, and Darrell Gill Messrs. James Golay, Henry Kan- tnt CJm.....
Sea.Mu.. fhS.' an audit report recently made. The will of the late George Costunics *
..13:5T1i. Receipts during the year Kempfer, school board member and[ ; Van Held and Catherine eler, Raymond Langston John Riddle Survivors include his wife, Mae
.._ .... R Clarence Sooy and Robert Yau-
-. -SCRKAM OK FEAR* amounted to $$12,583.83 with $10- president of the Florida Cattle Beauchiimp. Make-Up; Rose_ Bob- lawn Memorial) Park Cemetery Orger. Padgett Johns. ; one ion. Carl
has IMitSOH -400..83' coming from admissions 4 4I men's Assn. who died recently, has, roff Cathy Brussow, and Elizabeth Interment followed in Jfthne Kisanunee; three brothers,
..nOUND TUB KlSO U.t.slita\1LLE" $1435 from program advertising, been filed in county court here. Davis. Book-Holders; Frances lando. Grissom Funeral WoodI Clifton Johns, Orlando, Lelzy

and $475 from guarantees from I JI_ The filing indicates an efiate Snyd-T and Mary Helvey. Properties -- in charge of arrangements. J....., TaM. Kirby John,
TEMPERATURE3DATE other' schools: I "in excess of 25000. One-half of: f ; Ruth Elkins, Lois Rivers Ann Clearwater; two grandchildren and
Disbursements'amounted to $12- I it goes to Carolyn Kempfer his Duncan, Mary Helvey, and Frank three great grandchildren.
H L R 588.45. These included widow; and the other half goes 1 to Hatilar. Group To Meet Funeral earckea were held at

!. Wed. 1-26 _... 82 79 1.90 Equipment and supplies $5,635.95 .- her as trustee for their four children Tickets may be obtained from The American Home DepL of 2 .'.. Bandar at the LakwiewBaptiK

Tlul. 12.21 __ 80 75 0Fri. Guarantees .to father schools, r rj William Clyde, George Peed any Guild member, or Florida The Woman's dub will meet January Chorea. Kenauvill. with

.. 12-28 __.._ 80' 71 0 $2,;612.61; officials, $952; .travel, j Doris Catherine and Anne, Elizabeth 'I Realty Counselors, Hunt Bro 7, 1963 at 8:00 ?.H. at the the Rev.. Cbarie Vkkers.* offkiatfeff. -
SaL 12.29 _...__ 77' 75 0.Sun. and LSers, Roberson/s Rexall Pharmacy home of Mrs. Theressa Clemoas. Interment followed m the
$771:11 fin.ea dues.J675.53;;
1.-30 75 'is 0 insurance; $484; printing and post, LEGION AIDS NEEDY-Members of the Makinson-Carson Post Kempfer owned ,about ,,30,000 the. Charm Beauty Salon, .Hostesses for the evening are efeareh ..*..,.. Griaeem Funeral
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2 TheKlsaimmee + Kimss Florid Thurs.Jen.3-1J63; son at Fompano. ,.Be ch.." M"f%and Sirs. tad JJessUng spent j ;:--- --- - ir rt rty atbii4 home assisted} bjr >Im.afeden. :.Wo Rlrt4 fl's CI.u"I )\,
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/k' <:. ". .: the holiday-season with friends. in - I
EThis r. :; is the time'. when most r i rompano Beach. 1 People -Spots In The Newsr'CEEETING Celebrate BirftidayOn
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folks take time out to make s s s { : Mr. 4nd )[Es. Fred WHsen ad January 8th the KluimmeeWeaaaa'

resolutions for the New Year, so Mr: and Mrs. Jack Starling Donna, and J. Eo J.1tU"'Y spent Club will celebrate their

Gardens it would seem appropriate for all their son, Danny, of West Palm Christmas risittne Mr. and Mss first anniversary in their new club
Orange Jottings Garden-era to Beach and Mr. and :Mrs. Wilbur M. A. Kfrker at West Palm Be.eIL house Oak Street.A .
..' : the Orange give [ CARD*-Huge diesel loco notlve Is on
thought toward mating the Orange Painter and daughter, Tweetsie" by l. oa workers at Schenectady, Mr. Hub Harvey has been< a fish dinner will be served kt t

By Gardens Civic Association of Maitland visited Mr. Jack [ plant of Alco .Products, Inc. IttIW1dsaerossJeas : patient at a Ki Mmm e hospital lt:30, with $1.410 nation.
11 meeting and ether projects even Starling's and Mrs. Painter's parents gesture to for several days. The public is invited. Reaerva.
,: .. ,ANNA I.J. REYNOLDSThe more successful than they have Mr. and Mrs. John W. Starling (workers of Pakistan.It lions tnay be nude but are not nee.
previoous years. The Associa- ,.of 1620'Catherine St., duringthe was 200th unit Also, Mr. Bob Tahkersey, who eatttry. Call Mrs. Conley, 817-4030
tion meetings during the past Christmas holidays. I Ale has sent to thatcountry. was hospitalized on Friday re- ttrm. Westbreok. 847-4569 or Mrs.
several years have been outstand- S [ mains a patient there. BenMtt. 847-2920 to reserve a

Walter: Reed's of 701.N.. and s sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. ingly fuccessfnl due to the hard Mr. and :Mrs. Frank D. O'Brienof We wish a speedy recovery to teUe.
Catherine -St. are entertainingtheir c. D. Heddon:. :Mrs. A. L. Cross work and planning by the various Richmond visited Mrs. O'Brien's all of them. The regular meeting of the club
daughter, Leslie and husband; I is 'also visiting the Heddon's and committees appointed to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Har- Our sympathy is with the farm members will be held that after.soon .

John; Carter, from Norfolk, Mass. will be joined by her husband various tasks. By coordinated effort ris, of 701 Doris St. on Christmas of Marion H. Johns who passed a* 3 o'clock.Honeybelles.

They had planned on having visitors about the 24th. Mr. and :Mrs. Cross by aU of us, we should be able Day. away December 27th at a Ki tim-
from Drayton Portsmouth and Miss Heddon will drive north to make all. the meetings in 1963 . mee hospital after several weeks Held

England; but this was postponedfor sometime during the first part of even more successful. A good timeto Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Simonsonof of illness. Christmas Outing
the time being due to sudden January. start toward that goal will be 1608 Orange Blvd. are being Funeral services were held at
illness of one member of the group. . s s the regular meeting of the Association visited by their daughter Miss tenansvitie Sunday December 30. The Honeybeltes 4-H Club en-

. .. s s Mr. and Mrs. Charles Petersonof sn Thursday evening, Carol Lee. Miss Simonson currently Rev. and Mrs. Pete Strickland joyed a trip to Orlando by bus
Christmas The
:Miss G. S. Heddon of East Orange 1713 Orange Blvd. are being January 3, at 7:30. Details of the I attended the University of PROUD, perhaps, of his 4' and LaQuita spent a few days including Skis during enjoyed the a lunch holidays.and went on

t. KJ. is visiting her brother visited by their son and daughter- program are given in the January Florida where she is working toward majestic beard, but a little Christmas at Bay Lake. hot i
a shopping despite sore
in-law from Chicago. O.G.OA. Bulletin. a Master's Degree in Edu- sad is this goat at Chess i Those of the community: having spree.
. a s s cation. Se feet and weariness, they provided
ington. England 2oo.y i December birthday inetade:
in the form of
s a r entertainment
Sellers Charlie Vickers, Wayne
Mr. and Mrs, David of As all who have attended the ,
B. Lewis Christmas Carols, muck to the de.
The Walter L. .Reeds of 701 N. Harvey, Christine Baisden, Elisabeth -
Cinerama have indicated
SOUTH TRAIL 1727 Janet St. are being visited programs Wilson and light of the passengers and.. the
their and Catherine St entertained their Matz, Frankie
appreciation enjoymentof
by Mrs. Lewis's mother Mrs. m. lists driver.
daughter, Leslie Mid husband JIk William Belcher.
Davenport of Long Island N. Y.Private these programs we wish to call + Afterwards held
DRIVE IN a party was
S s s s attention to the next presentationof John Carter, during the Christ. Mrs. Libby Thompson and which the
CINERAMA January 19 at mas holidays. They left for their daughter, Melody, of Belle Glade during girls provided
THEATREORLANDO Wm. D. Marvin, Jr. is the New Palace Theatre at Tampa. home in Norfolk, Mass. Sunday spent Sunday with her parent, their own entertainment and exchanged
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. evening. Luke and Kate Stevens. gifts.Carolyn
FLA. W. D. Marvin of 1807 Orange Since reservations and payment . E.N.2 Bobby Vickers and wife, Dutton who is now living
have to be made in advance it is lor
Blvd., during his 20-day leave. suggested that those who wish to Mr. G. D. Heddon's sister, MissG. Jackie, of Newport News, Van are in Orlando joined the group
LOCATED 1 MILE Private ,Marvin .arrived on D c!. ,.; x the outing.
,) attend get in -touch with Mrs. S. Heddon of East Orange N J. visiting his parents, Archie and
SOUTH OF SKY LAKE 19 from Camp LeJeuire, NC U.S. Gertrude Woods or Miss MarjorieFish and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cross are !dell Vickers. Bobby, assigned' to
ON THE TRAIL < Marine Corps Base after comple- at once so that choice seat visitors of Mr and Mrs. G. D. lied the U.S.S. Thomas Jefferson is Jennie Phillips

tion of his s infantry s s .frainhlg. course. reservations can be obtained. don. Mr. and :Mrs. Cross and Miss on leave. Circle To Meet

Thur&. Fri. Sat. s s sMt. . Heddon will drive north sometime The Jennie PniOtps Circle will "
Mr. Adelbert Leighton of 1630
January" . 5 Janet St. is a j patient at a local and Mrs. Donald R. Sempleand during the. early s part s s of s January. .!w Hospital Auxiliary meet Wednesday, January 9th, for
"IF A MAN ANSWERS" two daughters from '- '"" covered' dish luncheon at the
7:00 10:30 hospital.Mr. . . . ton, Vt. spent the BurlinR'-I' Mr. Andrew J. Weakley 1722 in LIVING DOLL strolls street To Hold Card PartyThe home of Mrs. H. S. Ayres 904 S.
Oak St, has as his house guestshis Tokyo, literally dolled
"BACK'TO GOD'S COUNTRY" :! and Mrs..John R. Semple, days with his parents, Mr. and I brother, Mr. James Weakley, up for annual Children's Clyde Ave. a
9:10 Mrs. John R. Semple. The weather annual card party of the St.
their Donald R. their Festival.
son, Semple,
I and wife, and his sister Mrs. W.
relented long enough for the chil- Cloud Hospital Auxiliary win beheld
daughter-in-law, and two daughters U. Aschenb'rand of Philadelphia, Christian Science
dren to enjoy swim at the Saw- January 15th at 1:30 p.nu'at
from Burlington, Vt. enjoyeda a
Mrs. brother Mr.
Sun. :Mon January 6. 7"THECHAPMAN cook-out picnic and swim at theSawyers' yers' Beach at Lake Bryan before Weakley's the Woman's Club building on J-
Lewis Butler, of Pawtuckett, ILLMr.
'REPORT" Massachusetts Ave.
Beach at Lake Bryan, leaving for. home on Wednesday, and Mrs. Andrew Weakley
Sun. 6:0010:00 on Wednesday, December 19th. December 26. Mrs. Cecile Ladue ... Door prizes will be given. Players Kuril W'rd. cl p.m.
Mon.\ 7:00 11"0 celebrated their Fiftieth Wedding ' "... are to bring cards. MO K. Raadalpk
They report that the temperatureat and Mrs. Grace Sawyers joined the I .t .... .... ':
Anniversary on New Year's Day. Proceeds will to the St. Cloud iiij5ri- l r 11 \. __j
"HOUSE OF WOMEN"San. the time was a comfortable 84. girls in their swimming party, following . . R '" go S..4ay School .iM ..m.It's i -
8:35 cook-out Hospital. :
picnic at the
They were joined by Mrs. Cecile a Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Wil-
Mon. 9:35 Ladue and !Mrs. Grace Sawyers. beach. liams of 706 N. Doris St. have
S . s '
house guests Mr. and Mrs. Clay- A
Mrs. Wm. -Sawyers of 1716 Mrv and Mrs. Charles Peterson, ton Williams from Lebanon. 4'' w4
Toes- Wed.. January 8. 9 Janet St. is spending the holiday Jr. spent Christmas with their parents C . . TOW! Gamely smiling, Wayne Wicks falls to the canvas ]

"SCREAM OF FEAR" season with her son and family Mr: and Mrs. Charles Peter- ONCE OVER LIGHTLY: from haymaker delivered =- smilingly- by adversary

7.-00 10:15 Mr. and Mrs.James M. Sawders, son, of 1713 Orange Blvd. They One grandma reported that her Chuck Wilson in battle, cf 3-year-olds in Garden' City, .

"HOUND OF THE"BASKERVILLE" of Lakeland.s left for,their home in Chicago last darling grandson, age 4, came to Kansas > <*> Traditional
s s s s
the with her
8:50 spend day recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Nessling are C s a Towards evening'grandma called ,
spending part of the holiday sea- Mr. and Mrs. David B. Lewis her daughter and said "When do
The familiar expression, "Your wish is
have been visited by Mrs. Lewis'
want me to bring Bobby
mother Mrs. Davenport, of Long home?*' Without a second hesita- All Around our command an apt description of

Island. tion the mother answered, "When our efforts to follow the family's wishes
he's 21." By BETTIE BASS
in conducting the funeral service;
HOMES Private Win. D. Marvin,. Jr. is S s . ?i
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. The father of eight as- Congratulations to Misses Marilyn -' Baisden arrived on Friday from i1 Riedel service has traditionally been
young "
BUILT Wm. D. Marvin of 1807 Orange sorted kids answered the doorbelLHe Coffin and Sue Babcock on the Georgia to spend a few days. With! centered around the family's wishes. .

Blvd. during his 20-day leave. Pri- found himself facing man success df the program held at the the groupor nine, are her parents, MEMBER.
FOR YOU vate :Marvin arrived on Dec. 19 'carrying a small black bag.a"Dear school on the evening of Dec. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Steelman, who livedat THE OIDia
The performance of the children Holopaw, briefly some years OF 'THEGOLDE '
from Camp LeJeune, N.C., U. S. "
By Lord, he muttered. "I hope you're ,
reflected skill oJ RULE
Marine Corps Base, after com- the piona tuner." the patience and ago.
; pletion of his infantry training. the teachers while parts were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baisden and

George L. Reynolds .Mrs. Wm. A. Sawyers of 1716 learned.As boys of Eustis are visiting rela .111 RIEDEL

Janet St. spent the holiday season .' Kenneth Lanwr-of Los Angeles, always, the occasion was attended lives. here. .
. .f with her son and family, Mr. and California spent the holidays with by most of Kenansville's John Dollar and Emma Lou 2"" HOUR 5Ime4ae'5planeAMII.LQ4CE
For Further:: Information;) Call 87=2856 or 847-2266 Mrs. James M. Sawyers, of Lake- his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. WadeH. population. Also attending were Clark, Kissimmee, visited his 107 EMMETT STREET

land. Lanier, Jr.; Mr. William Stevens, Supt. of< grandparents, the Grant Bass', one RVla. KISSIMMEE FIOIIOA f ft

..... Public Instruction, Kissimmee, and day this week.
Mr. Thomas Dorset, teacher from Mrs.\ Bill Stinson, Denise and

. -- St. Cloud. William have moved to Tallahassee Phone847.3188-
Thanks to those merchants and to join Mr. Stinson who has

others here who contributed candy been employed there for the past
Statement of Condition along with; the Sunday School for few weeks. i

the young children. of, the commun- Mr. Gus Baisden was hospitalized 4r Pr

ity.Mrs. on December 24th at Kissim-
: Mack Weaver gave a partyat mee where he is still a patient.
her home honoring the birth- Glenn Baisden took members of
First National Bank of Kissimmee day of little Frankie Wilson on his Junior High Sunday School

... . 'Thursday. Class caroling can. Christmas Eve
Johnny Billings is home on furlough I and then entertained them with a
to spend the holiday season
with his :family.

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Islands around the world furnishedthe :Miss Helen Wood and Mrs. Orville The ktislmmee Gazette, Kiisi&imee, Florid., Thar, Jan. 3, 1963 31 I

balance, 19,997. Neither resident Pence, Hillsboro, Ohio, were I

COUNCIL aliens nor refugees are included Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs and Mrs Harlan Holcomb.Mr I Mrs Frances Schoellhom St

in these figures. Harold H. GleadalL .and Mrs. Harlan Holcomband Petersburg was a dinner guest of

: "It was also in 1940 that Flori- Six tables of 500 and one of guestS, Miss Catherine Murrayand Mrs. Ann Koch Friday. MAKINSONHARDW

dians born in other parts of the canasta'were in play at the card Mrs. Mae Myers were Christmas Mrs. Peggy Poulos will. be the

REPORTS nation' out-numbered those nativeto party Friday evening. Mrs. Rol- day dinner guests of Mr. and guest of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Barkerof

Florida. The proportion of Flo- land Acker won high score for the Mrs Louis Smith. Merritt Island, Ean Gallic from

rida-born that year stood at 49.5 ladies and Harlan Holcomb for : Misses Elsie and Inez Jordon ac- Monday until Wednseday.Mr. .

per cent, down from 61.5 per cent the men. Mrs. Jake Balding won I ompanied Mr and Mrs. Earl Bur-
By JOHN H. PERRY, JR. vate research organizations.From and Mrs. Gillette Kenyon,
in 1910. By 1960, the figure had high score for the month. dick of Orlando on a trip to Silver ARE
President Perry Publications, Inc. a modest beginning: the Ashaway, Rhode Island who are
dropped to 38 per cent and only Congratulations are in order for Springs Tuesday.Mr. .
of Miami Institute of their vacattion in Florida
Member,The Florida Council of 100 three other of the 50 states had a. Mrs. Sewell Grout and Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Alfred Snyder and spending
Marine Science has advanced dinner of
Of particular significance to me lower proportion. Hall who celebrated their birthday family of Columbus Ohio were were Tuesday guests
swiftly to sizeable proportion Misses Elsie and Inez Jordan.
in the Space Age Educational !I "Florida's population at the time anniversaries during the past the holiday visitors oof Mr. and
under Navy contracts u- study Mr.\ and Mrs. J. L. King and
Study now in progress under supervision of the nativity check numbered week. Mrs. A. P. Freeman.
of the State Board of sounds produced by marine ani- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wells and family, Hiattsville, Maryland are
mals. The Cubmarine has been 4,952,788 of which 4,080,627 were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jensen, Ash-
Control, in which the Florida utilized by this institute to investigate born in the United States. Of these kum, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jr. and Mrs. M. G. Brown attended spending! some time with their! parents ......
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Olin. .
Council of 100 is assisting by the _
the floor in the 1,783,039 were Florida-born; 1,- Webster, South Weymouth Mass, Pennsylvania-Florida
sea Miss Grace Hildenbrand, Long
raising funds, is the intent to of the audio visual under- 275,735 were born in other south- Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hansen, Bird football game at Jacksonville on
vicinity I Island, New York, arrived Saturday
make an exhaustive study and report water observation installation off ern states; 741,988 in north-eastern Island Mimx, Mr. and Mrs. Wil Saturday. .

of Florida's opportunity for the west coast of Bimini in the states; 610,498 in the north central! liam Hemenover, Reddick, Illinois, Misses Carol)"!:.. Holcomb and father to,spend Mr. Pete the holidays Hildenbrand.Mr. with.her I ,

progress in oceanography, hydro- Bahamas. states; and 58,091 in western statesor arrived the past week to spend the Judy Wilbur, Milan. Michigan and n
Mrs. Walter Broomfieldwere
graphic engineering and related! Scientists Hawaii. Born in U. B. owned winter in the Court. Mr. and Mrs E..E. Gilbert were and '"
generally agreed dinner of
are Friday guests Mr.
fields.It islands, at sea or while parents Ens. and Mrs. Robert W. Horro- Chrsitmas dinner guests of Mr.
that with the
facilitiesfor A. L.
improved and Mrs.
has long been my considered and Mrs. Charles Young, St. Cloud.I ,,,. ,
were traveling were 31653 vin and daughters, U.S. Naval Hospital -
research and ease of operation Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dick spent ... .......
opinion that Florida with its won- and the balance Mrs. Violet Hosier was the Friday -
of 179,623 Key West week end i
important discoveries! are only a Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. :' :=
derful climate and natural undersea shadow Florida were U. S. born but the states were guests of their grandparents, Mr. evening dinner guests of Mr. I Julius Smith. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ttl1
can assume
content, not only would andMrs.. Charles Young, St. Cloud.
pro- in these undetermined. and Mrs. J. W. Worth. ) I Kesler will also be
vide the most excellent base for leadership scientific and I Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Halloran of guests.
Mr. Mrs. A. J. Diebolt
studies by production of the undersea were Mrs. Robert Earley were dinner
research but that it could well .incorporate Naplesspent several days with a
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
vehicles necessary, by utiliz- II guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
and .
Mr. Rolland.
research facilities and Mrs. Acker.
ing its climate, natural shore lines Kissimmee Motor Mrs. Fred Gobig in Pine Grove. Peterson on Christmas Day.
studies I Mr. and Mrs.
as a major in its Henry Wiesen and
program Prof. and Mrs. James and r
King Mr. Jim of is
sea bottoms, and by placing Wright Tampa
universities. Research contracts Court NewsBy : daughters Silver Springs, Maryland -
Dekalb, callersof
sons Illinois were
emphasis on research! in its colleges spending Christmas day with his
from governmental and private were holiday guests of Mr.
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Littell Wednesday
and universities in this new parents Mr. Mrs. George
sources could be expected if and Mrs. Wilbur Olin.
LORAN GLEADALL afternoon.Mr. .
adequate facilities and instruction and exciting arm of scientific Mr. and Mrs Lee Engel of l el. I Wright.Mr. .
and Mrs. Norman Hansen
and :Mrs. Pearl Cortright
result from the study. study. ; bourne called on Dr. and Mrs. C. F. '
and son, Gary and Adolph Hansen spent Thursday and Friday with

marine Until about ten years ago if a Mr.\ and Mrs. Harold Nichols, Rockford Michigan\ spent the Jttell. and Sunday Mrs.afternoon.Mr. J. W. Wells. and their daughters, Mr. and Mrs. RAJtai..
scientist wanted first-
hand look deep beneath the a Foreign-Born Punta Gorda, were Wednesday week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph their family entertained the residents Harold Oldenburg and Mr. and 1
sea visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William Kilts. Mrs. Hallis Evans in Orlando.
of the Court with
in addition to abnormal costs he Percentage Up Gordan.. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Honnengerand a lovely Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young,
Christmas Eve and
I party gift ex-
faced with
was indescribable difficulties For the first time in history Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hudson son, David of Chattswortr, change. Several Carols were Lancaster, New York and the lat-

instruments.to retain the use of a few foreign-born Floridians make up a called on Louis Hunt and Mrs. Illinois, were Saturday visitors of !''by> the group followed by an sung original tetra sister Mrs.\ Martin Muller,

Until recently the larger proportion of the permanent Vera Stewart at the St. Cloud Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jacobs. poem- "Christmas Eve" by Kenmore New York called Wed-

were only manned submarines undersea vehicles residents of ,the state than theforeignborn Trailer Park, St. Cloud, Sunday Mr. and Mrr. J. E. Taber, South Mrs. A. L.Jacobs. Mrs. E. M. Jones nesday on Mrs. Violet Hosier.
navy which were in the nation as a afternoon. Bend Indiana spent several days two Christmas Misses Elsie and Inez Jordan

much too large and cumbersome.Then whole the Florida State Chamberof Mr .and Mrs. Melvin Slade Vine over Christmas with their mother, sang the program. Refreshments songs to close of Were Christmas Day dinner guestsof YES! CALL OR COME IN MAKINSON
came Picard with his Commerce Mrs. Earl Dick. On }fro and Mrs. Earl Burdick in
reported yesterday."By Street, were Sunday evening visitors Thursday they I cookies and punch were served by
bathyscope. As these vehicles were the 1960 census, 272,161 of Mr. and Mrs. Andy East- visited Mr. and Mrs. Alva Thomasin I the Host and Hostess and their Orlando. HARDWARE NOW for a FREE Demon-
improved, great strides were made Floridians named foreign countriesas ridge. West Palm Beach. I assistants after the gift exchange. Mrs. Ann Koch, Ralph Kilts
in a new technique of direct observation their birthplaces. This numberis Miss Catherine Murray and Mrs.\ and Claude Smith are celebrating
Mesdames Winifred Bell and Mr. and Mrs.
Perce Lovewell and of SIEGLER HEATERS For
became evident, but costs soared anad it 5.5 per cent of the total popu- Inez Stiner were Christmas dinner Mae Myres, Milan Michigan, spent I Mr. and Mrs. William Eichorst had their birthday anniversary duringthe stration our a
that the need for lation of the state. In 1940 the several days with the letter's sister week. Best wishes to you all.
guests of their sister Mrs. J. G. Christmas dinner at the Driftwoodin
further low exploration would requirea proportion stood at its lowest point McGready. Main Street. Mr. and and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando.Pfc. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Parker of limited time with every Heater sold we will

vesseL cost undersea research during this century, 4.1 per cent.Since Mrs. Kenneth Bruges: and daugh- Harlan Holcomb. Billy Clemons, Ft. Bragg Lansing, Michigan were Tuesday

a._* For water that date, the Florida trend ter Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bridges Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watson, Mar- North Carolina is spending a 2C afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. give FREE a Transistor WaN Clock!

this of restricted depth has been upward as the. state's Akron, Ohio, were also guests. lette, Michigan Mr. and Mrs. day leave with his parents Mr. and Conrad Seyfried.Mrs. .
recently has been fulfilled in the population becomes more cosmopolitan -I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stevensonwere Clyde Campbell Haines' City, In- Mrs. Michael Sereno. Johnny Hulsey and Mrs. AND DON'T FORGET

ine developed small submar in character. The national i guests over Christmas of liana, were Friday dinner guestsof Mr. and'Mrs. A. L. Jacobs were Mae demons Haines City were

the, such Sea as the Undersea Hunter, average in 1940 was 8.8 per cent, i their son and wife, Mr. and bir s Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Cortwright. New Years dinner guests of Mr.! Tuesday morning visitors of Mr.! MAKINSON HARDWARE
Pup and the Mark VII dropping to 5.4 per cent in 1960. Charles Stevenson Orlando.Mr. Mr. and Mrs.! Tom Lane, South and Mrs Jesse Gunn, Brian St. and Mrs. Michael Sereno.
Mini Sib, the latest of which is "The British Isles .JKissimmee called the latter's Mr. and Mrs. Charles Place, Albany
were the native and Mrs. William Wrightand on Mrs. Mary McPherson returned
the I allows Dollar for old
built by the Perry lands of 38,532 Floridians re- son, Gary, Avon New York sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday from St. Louis. Missouri Missouri are spending a few Always Top your

Submarine Builders, Inc. It is a siding in the state in 1960; from spent several days with Mr. and Thomas DriggM, Sunday. where she had been visiting for days with Mr. and Mrs. Harry
two-man undersea vessel with an Scandinavian countries and north Mrs. Pearl Cortwright. Eighty six residents of the past two weeks. Hudson. Heater toward purchase of a

operating depth of 150 feet. It has ern Europe came 46,704 with over Tom! Wells, student at Florida Court enjoyed a turkey dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Frank the.. Mr. Herman Bunker of Hebron,

helped in accoustical, biologicaland half of these from German '. The State University spent the holi the Lodge Christmas day. A smor- entertained .Mr. and Mrs. A. M.I New Hampshire) spent several days SIEGLER OIL HEATERIt
suits undersea scientific par Mediterranean countries contributed days with his parents, Mr. and .of left overs was enjoyed Collier Christmas day. with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Co-

A sister Cubmarine 23,855 with two-thirds of that Mrs. J. W. Wells and family. by several in the evening. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamilton were of burn.interest They visited several places Pays For Itself With The Fuel It Saves
with a 600 number from Italy. The balance'ofEurope. Howard Senecal was admittedto Andrew Walworth and her com Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and on Friday.
operating depth is also com including Russan! satel the Orange Memorial Hospital mittee were in charge of the din. Mrs. Frank Burkholder. were six tables of 500 and
mercially available. one of canasta in play at the card
Already in the
lite countries contributed 41,906 in Orlando Thursday afternoon for ner. A Healthful, Happy and Prosper
planning stage is a five-man design to the state's Prof. and Mrs. James B. Cul- party Friday evening at the Lodge.
population. Floridians New
capable surgery on Friday. His condition I ous Year to you all. Mrs. J. W. Worth held '
cupants to exit and permitting: the oc- born In Russia proper numbered is improving satisfactorily. bertson, Mt.! Vernon Iowa, were Mrs. Bertha Davis, Mr. and Mrs,., for the ladies and A. J. Diebolt score
submerged re-enter while 18,183. Mrs Amanda Leeper Milwaukee Friday evening visitors of Dr. and I D. A. Mote called on Mr. and Mrs., for the men.
it easier to pick feet thus making .I "From Canada and Newfoundland Wisconsin, was a Monday dinner Mrs. C. F. Littell. Conrad Seyfried Friday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNall enjoyed

The up ,specimens. came 31,905 Floridians. From guest of her brother and wife.Mr. Misses Carolyn Holcolm and and Mrs. William Powell I a trip to Lake Wales and the I
present two-man model Cub- Central America and the Carib.bean Wilbur Milan Michigan, and Miss
marine available and Mrs. Alfred, Zils. Judy Evelyn- Davis Browns Bok Tower Friday.
higher is in the $29,000 and islands came 51,079 with 45,- Mr. and Mrs. Edd. Watts celebrated spent the past week with the Mills New Jersey spent; a 'fe w Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gleadall

yond the range reach, by no means be- 274 of these Cuban-born of the their fifty-sixth wedding formers grandparents, Mr. and days with their sister and husband were business: visitors in Orlando
foundations oceanographic 196<$ census. Asia, Africa,.Austra anniversary Christmas day. Con. Mrs. E. M. Gilbert. Miss Holcombis Mr. and Mrs. Claade Smith. They I Wednesday.Mr. I tr.ansfstpriz rj6fifesv

universities and prt Its, South American countries and gratulations. also the granddaughter of Mr. are returning from a trip to Nas Tom Wells is spending the

sau.Mrs. I holidays with his parents Mr. and
Harry Best and daughter Mrs. J. W Wells and family. Tom STARDOMDECORATOR

Tracy of Orlando visited Mr. and I is a student of Florida State.L. .
Mrs. C. A. Stevenson Wednesday G. I

-. STATEMENT OF CONDITION KISSIMMEE GARDEN CLUB 9 Jicnntiful$21.91 value r gold"

{ f Stardom: clock absolutely!
FR:t. when v.c solve our
,'i mER 31 1962' NOTES and NEWSback h"e+ rig 1'100,1, ILl WHil a'lWIr

Two circles met recently with cold damaged shrubs and

Christmas as the theme. The Day- ornamentals.And -. I EJIErsLEROIL

':: RESOURCES lily circle met at the lovely home if you want a green lawn,
of Mrs. John Carroll, Kings Rd. I It is not too late to sow rye >grass. I I HEATING SYSTEM
FrAl4 Wednesday morning. The other: grasses browned by the I

Cash. on Hand and in Banks ........_...__._ $ 2144666.36 Savings Accounts .__.._.__._____._mmm.--.___ $13,111,776.84 The brief business meeting was cold, will be a long time coming '

U. S. Government Obligations 181,000.00 Federal Home Loan Bank presided over by Mrs Walter bas FREE Home Heating Survey!
Advances ,..._ 500,000.00
: : ; \.} t ; Thomas with Mrs. Donald Brown Now is the time to I'

First:Mortgage Loans ...-__--- ) ',J. !.2220,539.01 Loans in Process ? :., .__....._ 336,178.44 leading the devotions. Mrs. Brown Leave any mulching that you X.etomtheatingezpertrecommendtherightSiegiere
: read a prayer by John Louis Sand- have placed around plants. Morcold to solve your heating problem. Enjoy warm floor

Loans on Savings Accounts .............::.____ 48609.58 Other Liabilities ------m.-----r- 19,206:21: lain.Reports is coming. comfort in your home now. Start saving now-
the ba Cut off cold blasted buds
were given on rose

Other Loans .-:--...."|;Y-.-...--.--.....-.....---..- 83,986:00 Deferred Credits __ _.- .___.....: 14,429.60Real zaar and the trip to see "Tables This conserves strength for form Jjiegler pays for itself with the fuel it saves t
: : : through the Year." The Daylily ing perfect blooms. the New Dimensions In
Estate Contracts.___ .____... ._........ : See
.i : : .:: 58093.75 Specific Reserves: ., .?.,. __________ 3,051,83 circle had an excellent representation -

Real Estate Owned'_._..?._........._.___...._._ .14,575.24' General Reserves .;._..:..:.:_ $1,054,759.79 at the show. It's Home Heating Comfort How
The circle wishes to thank Mr.

Federal Home Loan Bank Stock, ____ 165,200.00 Surplus ____..__._.___ 5,875.03 '.' and Mrs. Duncan McFarland for TYPEWRITERCLINIC 1 -.;
their part in the preparation of f t CHOOSE the

Office Building ....... .._ < ,60494.24 items for the bazaar. I
.Xy -- ----- --- ..
'. 0-. :,' .. '..o! ''i b style and size
'. ' 1060634.82 Tray favors for the Geriatrics I .. <=i.
Furniture, Fixtures and. Equipment. ----.-_.,. 29,697.31. VV'i: Jt .' :-:_:... ?:: ;::f': 1 J--.'. >-., .1-A "' . Manor was the project for the i st" : ; that's right for

.' *-*: .' \" .... $15,045,277.74 circle. will be delivered in l ]:3
Other Assets. ...._._.... ________.........._...., 38.416.25 < -" ";> 1 They TIME at t i' I +: you from the
time for the holiday. Mrs. McFar- '1 '
1 >
.. ... complete
045,277.74' '. ?
$15 land is therapy chairman.
: .L '
line of
Members enjoyed the lovely GEORGE STUART'SBRIGHTEN super

BOARD) OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS AND STAFF home of the hostess and the delicious heaters.
; refreshments prepared by UP YOUR

'. -''' ; Mrs. Carroll and her co-hostess TYPEWRITER OR $ fl1
:' : .f- .rc.u.t': :Court'Ki'ss.mm : Is rh\L Stevensaa ifi3t. < *" ', +. .. ....;- President Mrs. Ed .
', Donegan.The
t..Glenn:Ray, Clerk, .' Fl a.. .. ...: : _; ,. ADDING MACHINE ;f
Gloiiosa Circle held their
J. J. Griffin. 'Jr. t : -i', Vice.: President I plant exchange and Christmas '
William T. Wallis.H Executive Vice-President- :
-- !. at the home of Miss Lola "
L. M.\ Stevens, Association President, Kissimmee, Fla. Secretary '" '
Lawler, Friday afternoon.
'I Miss Lola Lawler introduced the s Only Siegler brings
Mary Haslar ..----.__..T------- _._-..,._ Treasurer For only you
P. E. Kirkpatrick President Citizens i State: Bank *? speaker for the afternoon, Mrs. P. Floor Heat
liii Sweeping Super
.. Harris K. Weaver stating have been
-. N. Earl ..... Assistant Vice President-Loan many
St. Cloud, Fla LK C-C- :: *. 1.\. ..:. 'Officer. -- e.s .' I touched by her, as she was a welfare -
., : :t 'Itit L. ; .: t ..., k'i ",'. ""' worker and is active now in

- l"+ ? .: . ':;; .:Agnes Canale __---_... ..._ .. Head Teller I community and church: work. $395eYOU
Mrs. Weaver, from her wealth
Frank Poffenbaugh President St.*Cloud Motors
Jeanette Cody ....._.. Assistant Loan Officer of knowledge and experiences, ably

T St. Cloud Fla. spoke to the group of the true
F A,.- iR: William.Hammond _' :Public Relations Officer meaning of Christmas, "The Spiritof .

V "' Love Mrs. Weaver pointed out /
IsabeLBartholomew f "'.t. Jean Critchley
J... J. Griffin, Jr., Insurance, St. Cloud Fla. \ Cora Stroupe t \: Barbara Yeasel that Santa has his place in the J. TIL FEBRUARY 1963
: Christmas celebration, but that .
.., . -' ,. '\ :<-:Marie: May\ :.' : ..:. Margaret Acree GET ALL THISU
... he should be in his proper place.God's
Iii' 1\ .. .r, ,, .. It fi-- Eleanor ( Chemically clean tr'.. and .late .
William T Wallis Association Executive Vice President \ Shreve love gave us Christmas, but rellr fer sharper _nntCD
.. J." . that have work wert
-"'" '.r:' .." we to at it. !;
: .t ; :" Other introduced T>ere nhhr lubricate machine;
\ Fla. ; : were
Kissimmee e. : ,*
4 ,, -c ST. CLOU'f.OFFl) 'E fee _titer act eiCD .
Mrs. Hewitt from Lansing Mich.. _

.. 'l&giUtfc t 6 ,;::t.William F. Stewart __ .....:.:::.......1. _:L;_-Branch Manager also Mrs Prank Brownell and Mrs. InttaB*** e*MW celerw nkhwt > nreh

Phillip R. Kelley, Attorney,*Kissimmee. . Fla. -...Maxine.Dawson. ......,.,., ., -.,...-.. Branch Head Teller JilLMrs. (4) Bmeli...... e.t macfciiw and vacuum
a"" W. R. Hayward presidedover dirt
7' ....._7. t. ; Barbara Sharpe the meeting asking Mrs. O) Make miner ..uu......... fo0) MAKINSONHARDWARE ,
.. Jean Schneider -
Strickland to lead the devotions. .
Qiw C.Eaate
She used Luke 2:14 as her text, ....nit aimnry.er further

: .;. ;. the of the anrels.
E ANNUM / FIRST FEDERAL The therapy chairman, Mrs. Better .t>U trade mear .MMachine
/0 fer a Tew. .e t* date type' ,
Edith McGrew has taken 32 trinket
1> ''N writer er ..wi.. __...
4 and J.oan.AsscxiafinufOSOEClA GWNT'I act
T ;DIVIDEND .f % 1JS boxes to the Pinedale and Criner SM. .. te $7J. fer year eM typewriter
4 p ..... ., . KISS. I MEE. _. . T. C L_OYDd Nursing homes w add:** machine new.
, I z """" "" .. -- .
} "Q.-" Clia ....
1 '
<- > .- ,. : ,... ii::= __ Future planning includes a rummage ic Saturday, January Stfe.
#.. :: Free Sterwde; Fa-kMe;
1W" sale, also a,card party.
( Compounded and -'- : ':.' )1;' (i IOAN tOUIANCE COtrOtADOH Mrs. Joe Butler urged member "STORE WITH THE HORSE OUT FRONT"

: to use the gardening books at --
Payable Quarterly) '. ; i;. .. ." ';. .. Hart Memorial Library. 308 Broadway 8472100FLORIDA

'. .. .., . . ... The Lawler twins served as 133 Lest *.*<.*.. Sf.
;:. hostesses for the meeting "'... 6A 5-4S11 0,...., FU. _u _ _ <
It.is very important to NOT a - .- - .
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: The Kisslsuses Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs, Jan. 3, 1963':AGP Sig..UpQ.cline. r Mrs. Mildred Rea . -_. .. 'of and 530)VS-17-), through; IaterapaCity.Campbell to (Loachnan'.

Veers SwccurpbecJ* : Tuesday v The (Sta.) and Kfsstawnee to
Real Estate ViewpointBy the traffic light at Vine Street
County The initial sign-up for participating Mrs. Mildred E. Rea, Route 1, then east on US-441:<:2 to (Car.hna -,
in the 1963 Agricultural issimmee, passed away at her WILLIAM DALEIt ?) St. Cloud, A-hton, and 1").
Conservation Program will end on home December 25th. then via the new Nova road no v
Transactions Listed January 15, 1963 In Osceola Coun A native of Plainfield, New Jer- under construction to a point oil
I ty. set, she had made her home in Os- is important to all of us that make the transition from school 580 and en that read' a seat di:'

Cly4c j Story, county office ceola County for the past ten we like our jobs, because, to !succeed into the commercial community as taD e to Cocoa.:
William H. Kaufman and wife Harmon It. Swanson 'and wife manager. Agricultural Stabilization years. She wasa member of the we must be happy and interested smooth and satisfying as possible. To The Editor: Our route would have no cpnnei '
to John' Ziemer. and wife,. .St. Cloud. to J.. J. Griffin 3d and; wife, St. and Conservation Service reminds first Church pf. Christ Scientist, in our work. A numberof Students are encouraged to examine I wish to thank you for the cooperation turn whatever with the tfopobt
$5,000.: Cloud* 2890. the county's farmers and St. Cloua and.'past president! of factors go into our like or dislike their interests and aptitudes. your paper has given to Orlando-Cape Canaveral cowl.!

Clayton Jones and wife to C. II. ranchers who) plan to participate the St. Cloud Woman's Club. for what we are doing. Ability Opportunity is given! from time the Civil Defense effort in the which has been postponed for the
Bathalow- and wife.Kissimmee" NARCEIo.MeerSaturday }jn The J.963 A.CP to be sure to submit She is survived by her husband, interest, opportunity for advancement to time to take 'stock of heir interests pat year.We present at least.
minimum! their requests to the County William Rear; father Joseph satisfaction aad a and aptitudes and compare all pray and hope it will Alex Franz

stamps. NoonThe ASCS Office before the January Greene; *of Bradentan Beach; one feeling} of doing something worthwhile them with job possibilities. Aptittde never be needed but by educating] ... . . ... .
Ralph Chisholm and wife and L5th deadline. The county office son, Donald Cottle, .Syracuse, New all add to happiness in our tests are given! to }help de- the public in knowing what to de.j ..y.. ..T. . ,
Ruth Hanchett and husband to National Association of Retired is"located at the County Agricultural York; two daughters. Miss Vir- chosen: Tork. Guidance i is concerned t4rnliae what job areas they cane it may save some Ijves. | LE LNOTkCE
Harold C. Durbin and wife, St. Civil Employees, Chapter Thi !ding three miles east of ginia Rea, Bakersfield, California, with helping the student > expected to learn wejl and !succeed i The Osceola County Civil De- -
Cloud, 12,000.Frank 526, will hold a covered dislj Kissimmee on Highway 441 and Mrs. Kathryn E Bogardus, JR.Interest. fense Office wishes to extend ew

luncheon and monthly business The ACP is designed to help the Alexandria, Virginia; one sister,. Mrs. Lee BakerEntertained inventories can compare thanks once again and our beet .
.. ... .. ... .. ... .. ..... ..
A. Jacobs to Ellsworth meeting.Saturday at 12:30 at the farmers and ranchers of the county Mrs. Ruth Bonham Warren Arizona . their interests in many activities wishes for the holiday season toalL . . .. . .. .
Means and wife, Warren, Ohio Orange Gardens community build- to carry out needed conserva- and nine grandchildren. ClubThe with the interests of people in LKttlL. >OTICB"Jfotlc
love and affection.Orange ing' tion of soil water and wildlife re- Funeral services were held Monday home of Mrs. Lee Baker many different jobs. If the in-

:Memorial Hospital to sources. Under the program the' at 2 p.m. from the chapel of was beautifully decorated for the I, terests they express are similar to Sincerely, hers of* of First Annual Federal Meeting 8 vlMT of .M.'\i r' "

Arthur E. Dygert, St. Cloud, $3- Indiana Club To Federal Government shares up to EiselsUin, Fisk and Journigan holiday season when she entertained the interests of people in a'givenarea Edward J. Smith, LMB Association of O.eoU Cou .
800. 50% of the actual cost involved in Home with George Startzar of the the Past Noble Grands Club of work it is .a good indication Cr.
I Meet January 7th carrying out the necessary con- Christian Science Church offici of the Rebekah Lodge last Thurs- : that the student would be Director, Civil Defense, Notice to hereby itUen that t tiaval 1 ..
Deward Clifton and wife to Wal- 3ervation measures. This is done ating. Interment was in Mt.. Peace day. happy) doing that kind of work. Osceola County. "above-named. neetiBK Associate of m*.ber Will of t'i'i
ter F. Stewart and wife, Kissim- The Indiana Club will hold a in recognition of the fact that Cemetery, Mrs!<, Frances. IJewitt, president Other interest check lists are a 11If held at the home office of ,HAModatioa I',
vaee, $8,300. covered dish dinner at the com these resources are vital not onlyto conducted the business meeting. simple statement of what is in Dec. 31, 192 art and Verona at the Street.Corner Kiwi.c mi"t.\\.
munity house at St. Cloud Janu- the farmers and ranchers who Terry Bayq 1 During the social hour gifts were volved in actually doing different To The Editor: riorMa. on the l'th day of JanuaiIMS \
Deward_ Clifton and wife to ary 7th. awn the land but also to the health $ exchanged and refreshments served kinds of work. The student is askedto at the hour of 7 P.M, of *..,.',
The bwlnesa to be tak n ui <
Woodrow Morris and wife, Kissim- Members are to bring a covered and well-being of each citizen, Aboard Cruiser to the following) members!! : Mrs. M. place a check by activities that That is an excellent idea that the ay said annual meeting shall i InI
mee, $8,750.John dish and own service. Coffee, R. Bovis, Mrs. Jennie Phillips, Mrs. our Cape Canaveral route be givena
both now and in the future. appeal to him and to indicate what .
Bellatto to Jesse W. La- cream and sugar will be furnished Interested farmers can: obtain ferry G. Baya, seaman, USN, Bill Wheeler, Mrs. Devoe Kesler. work does not interest him. The number of its own. The three- Considering report of officers and and otlnaui comnui>.I ,
Monda and wife, St. Cloud, $19,500. by the committee. Dinner will be further information about the 1963 son of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Baya of Mrs. Lucy Hamlin_ Mrs. Grace check lists cover enough different mile strip between 1-4 and US-1T- tees of the Asaodattea;

Mary L. Fetters to Herbert W. served at noon. ACP by visiting the ASCS County 1404 Ernest St., Kissimmee, is Marshall, Mrs. Libby James, Mrs. kinds of work that a pattern' becomes 92 is SRor F-532, and my sug _. CMMMering votta* \ ",
and wife Mich. Illinois folks are invited to join. serving aboard tsobel l gestion is that the route be known ofnth of I'Irectvre ,
Finnigan Pontiac, Office or by phoning 847-4181. the heavy cruiser <<: Tyson.' Mrs. Martel* Stout, evident as to the job fami- ratification aew i
$5,000. USS Newport News 'part of the Mrs./C. L.: 1'letchum' Mrs.. Myrtle lies a student has interests in. as F-532. and Own of UuAModatten '

David Story and wife to C. B. Great Divorce Had Elks resent United States quarantine. YanMarter ,and Miss Sidney Lum- Aptitude tests are given to de- Some may.think that it would be ;
Griffis, Kenansville, $3,800. Auxiliary To forces in the Caribbean. ley.Merman. termine such things 'general simpler. for the motorist on 1-4 S. Kieetioa of director to fll! th.office ..
Bert E. Gessford to Susie Eisel- Successful ShowingThe The to continue to F-530 then the t.rm..5 which anthen
View Palsy FilmOn quarantine forces were intelligence level, specifications in on go expiring;
stein. St. Cloud, a niinjmpm stamps. under the command of Vice Ad- H. Cummings which the student could be through town on that road (VIDe
Ralph Harris and wife to Her- Great Divorce", presented miral Alfred G. War Com- Street). But 530 is not too good 4. No other matters, except ::'
Wednesday, January ninth, USN, ,
law ati.
to learn easily and r*gets by or NMr 'n
bert S. Guy and wife, Vero Beach, by the Bishop Company, played to at eight o'clock, the Ladies Auxili- mander Second Fleet. Passed Away MondayNorman of how fast he work mealurement with and it extends eastward to 15,
over two hundred,.here last week. can BY : THK BOARD t +U 1 F
$400.., ary of the Kissimmee Elks will be The Newport News is the flagship Henry Cummings, 72, his hands and fingers, how well northeast of East Lake Tohopefaa- OR1'taOF
This considered to be. quite '
J. I. Kislak Mortgage Corp., of was presented with a. the for Commander, Second Fleet. liga, so that number could not be
program on of 421 New York Ave, St. Cloud he recognized relationships of pat-
Florida to Robert Wesley Grady, successful in view pf the.fact, thatit work done used and besides it is a mile Dated at KlMimmee. Florida, I'1 ', '
by the United Cerebral
was the first time anything of, died Monday morning. Born in terns and logical sequence. These cember 14, U...
Orlando $10,000.Andrew .
Palsy Clinic .of Orange County. Reading, Mass he moved to St. factors are then related to abilities longer.No
this had been in
W. Lynn and wife to type presented doubt road William T. Wallia. Secrtar\
the state depart-
Mrs. Earlo Tanner who Jennie Hutton
I arrangedthe Cloud retirement .
this area. 10 years ago upon his and aptitudes that are, neededto First Federal Having and I- anAssociation
R. G. Upon and wife, St. Cloud, ment would of 532 for this
booking, explains that the approve of CMceola. CoaatyKIwimmee.
program as a locomotive engineer.He perform specific jobs in industry .
It was sponsored by the youth Circle To Meet .
fS.OOO. all the the
will include half-hour film route way from beginning .FI0rlda"J
a was a member of Mt. OrtbOdoLodge service work, and the pro- J
of six churches. e
Sunshine State Land and Devel- made at the clinic at 1-4 (five miles southwest a, 1 ,MI'm .:t ts
showing the The Jennie Hutton Circle of the F &: AM West Springfield, fessions.All January It. : .
opment Co., Inc. to Bernard Allie,
progress being made in physical, First United Presbyterian Church Mass., Bahia Temple Consistory the measuring instrumentsused &
Sunshine State Land and Development Arthur D. Mays occupational' ,. and speech therapyon will) meet Tuesday!! January 8th, Valley of Orlando, Osceola Shrine are merely aids in helpingthe .
Co., Inc. to Adolph J. On DestroyerArthur different cases. According to in the educational building at 2:30 Club and Brotherhood of Locomotive student understand himself. of V.

and Angela D. Domino, $1,200. D. May, ship fitter fire- MM. Tanner, the Clinic now treats ;Engineers West Springfield. The aids enable him to comparehis part M
around eighty-six cerebral palsy p.m.Members and friends invited. Mass. interests and abilities with !:
Blue Steel Top l Corp, to RobertB. man, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. are f
Coulter and Verlin L. Coulter Hugh D. Maya of 815 North Main patients, including four' from Kis: He is survived by his wife, others. In connection with the aids
Orlando, $900. St., Kissimmee, is serving aboard simmee and one from St. Cloud. Bertha T. Cummings, St. Cloud; the student is helped in clarifyinghis
George Tokar and wife to CraigH. the destroyer USS John Paul 'Mrs. :Jack:C. White, president of Social Security two sons, dfford E. Cummings, own thoughts by being able to Yi.

Sproull St., Clarksville, Ohio, Jones, part of the recent United the Auxiliary, requests 'that the U.S. Navy and Harley C. Cummings talk with trained counselors. ...
$500. States quarantine forces in the officers and directors be presentat Benefits NotedMany West Springfield, Mass Counseling is a very important APP : :

J. Horace Hancock .and wife to Caribbean.The : seven-thirty for a meeting of people 65 over who and seven grandchildren. part in the process of helping the :
the Board. The regular business age or Funeral services will be held in student make decisions
R. M. Phipps and wife, $400. quarantine forces were ,under still working don't realize that intelligent
Julia Greene meeting will follow the _program are the chapel of the Riedel Funeral concerning his future occupation.
to Clinton E. the command of Vice Admiral. ..l under the law they are "partially .
Greene, Hamilton, Ohio, $200. Alfred G. Ward, USN. presented by Mrs. Tanner, and to retired" and can receive some Home at 3:00 P.M. Friday and America cannot afford to waste 1I
conclude the evening Mrs. JohnD. Rev. Handel Brown, pastor of the and stifle its most valuable re- .
Davis, Jr. will Mrs. social security payments. It is possible I
j join Whitein
: First Presbyterian Church of St. source in deadend jobs or
to receive social security retirement -
THE serving refreshments. I benefits even if earnings Cloud officiating interment will uninteresting and unrewardingcareers. I IGAS'
be later date. The youth of America
at a
KISSIMMEE( GAZETTE $1200 a according to
go over year
R Lutherans Hear
To must be allowed to find their placein
CoL R. Patton, social security -
Mrs. Griffin today's world. Only in this waycan > REFRIGERATION
District Missionary district, manager in Orlando. Mary
H A John II. Perry Newspaper 'r- we continue to grow strongerand
:- Rev., Walter J, Synatschk, newly CoL Patton gave an example ofa Died Sunday NightMrs. meet the challenges that are Uninterrupted service . no care about pruervlnc our food
commissioned District 65-year-old man and\ his wife at the right temperature with a modern ilient 3er\el Ges refrigerator
y Offices: 24-26 Stewart Ave6f missionaryat for > monthly social Mary Clyde Byrs Griffin, ahead. imijtlnt all the I lee cubes you want. Servtl aut.
/ large will be the eligible a $i&0 nutlc with ...,. . .
guest preacher;i 76, of 105 Bay St., Kissimmee died lce-mailerelmin.-.teastTuf..lI"1!: drIppy I lee
41 Telephone 84'7.2881 : security payment. If the man earns your and stops (Itself .
Sunday Lutheran, January Church. St.6th Cloud, at, in Grace the'. $2,500 in a year! he and his wife Georgia Sunday she night.moved Born to in Kissimmeefour Floville, Joyful Jobs Open presents. you with alee, dry lea. circles which never stick- together.

Entered as Second Class :Mail MatterIn absence of Pastor Hoerger. could receive $1,110 in social security years ago. She was a .member For Young LadiesThe
ttte Post ..Offio..At Kiselmmee, Fla. ..The Women's Guild ofJanuary payments.
meeting Florida Com-
-S.4_ . -:: More\ than a million people over of the Methodist Development GREENS. FUEL
3rd has been cancelled. for social She is survived by one son; mission is looking for young ladiesto I n
65 have not applied
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida Their next meeting will be Febru-" yet could Boyce M. Longshore of Orlando; be hostesses at the Florida WelCome i4
security benefits. Many receive -
t ary 7th. three sisters, Mrs. Clara Reaves Stations.In .
LEO SC1IUMAKER\ t The January 3rd Voter's Assembly -' benefits Some,even though these million they and Mrs. Eva Brewer: of Kissim- a recent letter to the Kissim

,' :\:_:.- Editor and Manager ., : :: been moved meeting to Thursday of.the church. ,January has: people are working.!are probably of living'" right mee and Mrs. Roy Harmon- of mee Chamber of Commerce, director i-
Beach one grandsons Wendell Jarrard requestedthat
here In Kissimmee.Col. . Neptune ; ?
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 17th, while the church} officers. will that Grave side services'will be held< the names of young ladies
Patton suggested employed -.
Six months. $2.50; one year, $...00; two years, $7.00 be installed at the morning service persons f f5; or over visit,: in Shingle'Creek Cemetery Thursday who are. single, attractive of excellent Parks Furniture Co.
of January 13th.ASHER.
phone, or write the Orlando l :social at 2:00: P.M. with Rev. JohnA. character and between the
followed by ages of 21 and 30 and who would R
security office at 2520 .North> Orange Briley officiating ;
burial be 'interested in meeting the pub-
Avenue to find out whetheror interment in the family
I not they can receive some social plot. Riedel Funeral Home is in lic, be referred to them for possible "See Us For Your Gas Appliances'

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, The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee; Florida, Th,, ,,., Jan. 3 1963 5Ik Oth wedding annivt'sa y.' 'BIGGEST BARGAINS- Sunrise Shopping' Cenier ,
: : . .MiM.Anne"WUliama of BInnin: ."_ ,' : . . I .--.' .
ham, Alabama spent the holidayswith .: ;;:-.1' "
(' her parents, :Mr. and.:"'Irs.L ., il ; TOWN DURINGWlNNDIXiE's '
f M. Williams.. .
Mrs. Briley of Tampa spent the ....
holidays with her son and family .
tAlltlllfJll the John Brileys. '
: Martha DeLoach of LaGrange,
i Georgia was a holiday guest of Dr. Zf
.nd Mrs. K. C. Whatley.The {
r Ed Midyettes of Miami .
spent Christmas with Mr. anJ
f By BETTY EBY Ira. MurrayOverstreet Jr., and
I V children.
| : Nelson and Grace Makinson leftS '
Sunday to spend the New Year's P
t holiday with their son and family, 3 AO S '
Birthday congratulations this Mr. and Mrs. Willard York on the the Nelson Makinson Jrs. at OD STOKE
I week are being sent to Lester Ivey, celebration of their 50th wedding Pompano Beach.
Mrs. C. H. Summers, Ruth Wilder, weddnig anniversary. Dr. and Mrs. Victor RAnkin and I ri Quantity;Rights Reserved Prices Good thru January
I Glenadine Nelson, Jean Black Cpl. and Mrs. Robert Downey of family of Orlando and Don Rankinof -* W1MN-D1XIK CTOKC INC. COPTISNTISea
Daisy Gallagher, Betty Lively, Eu- Cherry Point, North Carolina were Alliance, Ohio were guests New
gene S *irs, Mary Jane Acree, holiday guestes of Mr and Mrs. Year's Day of Mr. and Mrs. Eb
Tom Kessler, Jimmy McMasten, William Downey, Jones and E. I* Allen. s
Lou Of stein Johnny Tregre, Cathy Mr. and :Mrs.. W. H. Wade of Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawson, Butch Parrish, Sandy Leesburg, their daughter and son Lee Baker were Mr. and Mrs. LARGE
Smith, Pauline Ross,Jaye Prevatt, In law, the Doctors Mildred and Wendell Baker of Cape Canaveral, COLONIAL QUICK
Jesse Jussaume, :Margie Bass, Roger Phelp of Baldwin, Long Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gates of Andover -
Marcia Williams, and Mrs. R. E. Island and their sons, Roger and Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Dart Dolan -
St lvey. Best wishes to each of Paul and Homer Wade,were guests and daughter Betsyof Youngstown Hens Lb 29g.:
you and special congratulations to recently of Mrs. A. M. McCauley.Mrs. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Baking
Marie Bauman of St. Pet- Blake and Miss Leila Burr of Ash-
ersburg spent Christmas with her tabula, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Norris a
daughter and family, the Charles Andrews of Granville, New York
Jacksons. Visiting the Jacksons and Mr. and Mrs. Percital Cook of SONNY LAND'S BOB WHITE BRAND .
Mrs. May Jackson of Iowa. She Jamestown, New York.
now,for several days is his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Murphy of
flew in last weekend from Detroit. Philadelphia' visited Mrs. Elsie Lb.
Mrs. Elma Hildebrand of Harris- Grigsby: here this week. Sliced Bacon 2 751.
burg, Pa. was a recent guest at Mr and Mrs A. G. Reedy of Box
the home of Mrs. J. A. Hild brand Macon, Georgia are visiting their
while enroute to spend the winter daughter and family, the Lee .. REG. 59* . ROSE ASTOR PURE VEGETABLE . Limit 1 with $5.00 food order.Canadian .
at Fort Myers Beach. Graves. .
($ Mr. and Mrs. R E. Rylander .
1 of Huron, Ohio have com to Xis- Fidelis Class Heldrhristmas Bacon Pkg. 39ji Shortening 3 iN49: ,
Sasarteetaaacleoa l or dinner rcndetM simmee to spend the winter; with
*. i i. :.Central florid*, Delifkt their sisters, Mrs.J.A. Hildebrandand Party -
'0.' /anrfjr .'iww your gtt the Misses Martha and Helen The Fidelis Class of';the First REG. S9f. ROSE SAVE lit . ,BLUE BAY ALASKAN, ;. : .' : .
. fcy,bringing them to Iki+ tray Rylander of Cypress Shores. Baptist Church held their annual :
niM diaisg room., Mr. and Mrs.' Joe Fionglio and I Christmas party Thursday nightin Loin 39x Pink Salmon
Sli. Pork .
fle" -... a rsnt.s children Lauti and little Joe of the church dining hall, where a Pk9 nJJ.1.
Baltimore, covered dish served.
Maryland, spent the supper was
holidays with Mrs. Fioriglio'a par Hostesses were Mrs. Lillian Dirton . SMOKED' SAVE 3 . JEMIMA REGULAR :', ff i
iJ11nlna--- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim ilaaon. and Mrs. Nila Abbey. REG. 9B>< . or :
.. While here they entertained the Mrs. Annie Norris had charge of
.'....w_ Masons at-a dinner at thq Lang- the devotions. Gifts were exchanged Smo. Pork Chops Lb. 79x Quick 'Grits ,'1*l .!f7J1.

--ford Hotel--, in celebration l of their and following secret sisters guests revealed.The and mem. . .. *>

bers attended: Mr. and Mrs. Roy! REG. 49* .'. FRESH PORK ROAST SAVE VAt A,CAN . THRIFTY.MAID.. ', j.'
Radio and Alderman, Roy Alderman Jr., Mr. \
SALES SERVICE and Mrs. Alonzo Wilson, Mr. and
'. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Mrs. Charles Hood, Mr. and Mrs.: Boston Butts ." 39x Apple, Sauce 303':'Can tOxWD
TV COMPLETE BOMB: FURNISHINGS! Bob Schmidt, George Abbey and .. .,. . ... .
FURNITURE CO. Freeman Dirton.
PARKS' Kissimme SL Cloud Also Mmes. L. S. Hamrick, Hay. FRESH .. .' EXTRA LEAN . SAVE 6t/s< ,A.CAN THRIFTY- .MAID Whole Kernel I Cream
wood Johnson Holland Clark, Bill $ 99
Wheeler, Frank Clark A. A. Harris LB.PKG..
$1 Corn
1 10
Ground Beef. 5 Golden
Lucile Squires, Lillian Polk, .. 303CAn .. I.
Maymie Hams Margaret Winston J
WHILE THEY LAST ATH.UNT Tom Addison, Garry Addison and

BROS. Thrift Christmas Club PartyThe Held Fryer Parts. .. . Lb. 49, Tomato' Catsup 20.0 Bottle' :19x

held Thrift their Home annual DemonstrationClub Christmas fresh ". SAVE 6V2 i EACH ALL FLAVORS 46-oz. CANS ", .

Rubinstein. Skin Dew Sale dinner at the community house
$.5.00 Value $3.00ULTRAFEMININCr'.lN6EAYEAR I" December 16th. Places were set Pork Shoulder **. 29$ Hi-C Fruit Drinks 3 For 79: .
at the attractively arranged tables); .
for 64 members and"guests. Frozen .. .
: '. "SALE Lucy Hamlin Caroline Siegel, ., WHITE, YELLOW DEVILS

.0.("" *- -. SAVE, $2.25 -..' ",':ST- *', Lida were prepared Ketchum in charge a delicious and of Ellie the turkey kitchen Mae Elliott dinner and LJ.in! Lamb ChOpSLB.39Di; ; ; ; C Mixes-** 151.

s :: Intimate Spray Mist ? ,;, which was supplemented with cov-
'" ..' ered dished contributed "by: the
a ,i _Specially Priced $3.00 members. YOUR, CHOICE' . DETERGENT . Limit 1 with $5.00 food order. . BLUE or WHITE ARROW
Pearl Snyder and Ethel Hoffmanwere
:, fLANYIN DIVIDEND in charge of the exchange of:
.. gifts and'secret pals and also the Giant
.Arpege. $3.00-My Sin; $3.00. generous supply of groceries for T'Ide' 5 8.Giant 481
-' x" ", ' the needy families in the area. Box
: Crescendo $3.00 Officers for the coming year .
:. : were installed by Mary Kerr.They; "

'Wind and Weather' were Ketchum Lucy, vice Hamlin president president; Caroline; Lida; YOUR_ CHOICE . COFFEE Limit 1 with .$5.00 food order. ASTOR COFFEEFoigers

,Tussy Siegel, secretary; Emogene Smith,
Ldtion Cream 2-Price treasurer. 1-lb. 1-Lb.
Duplicate GamePostponed 48 39

Kissimmee Duplicate Club
will not play bridge on the regular:
l schedule January 7th due to the

HUNT BROS I I Auditorium Crusade Episcopal of churches Faith January sponsored at 6th-10th.the Orlando by the hiit.withESBeans300c.n 191. Lmb 'em or match 'em I

The Duplicate Club will play next I .
I on Monday, January 21st. at 7:30
pan. ct the St. John's Episcop-: I" SAVE 10* EA. . DEEP SOUTH '

THE OPEN FEQNT STORE* I Parish All bridge House.players are invited I II Jam J 2 39x Golden Hominy
I Grape Lb.Jar
I play i to bring duplicate.GENERAL their. own partner and' .. : Blackeyed Peas .

Baby ButterBeans '
Great Northern Beans ,I

-- Peanut Butter 4- LJar, 99 :. Navy Pinto Beans Beans

SAVE St EA. . ASTOR .._Pork and Beans cans

,ELECTRI'CDIAL Fruit' Cocktail.' 5- 303 Cans $.'1', Spaghetti' r ., __ a..

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Convenience Dial"Oef"--ost'; _- Bartlett Pears ': 5 303 Cans s 1. . Grapes Z

Two SAVE Wi EA. . THRIFTY MAID FRESH ; ..: ;,.... ..

JEgg SheU siuHer h Magic, Comer. Hinges- Cut Beets ; ". 303c.n 101. Sweet Potatoes 4 .. 49x
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Pr tecttyf"- o ,'St. i '-two- Flex-Grid Ice Tray Loaf f Bread 2 "14-oz.' Loaves 29: Red Apples ..;:. .,L2'1 .: aWI.: .

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1963 months from the date of the first anee thereof b. validated and confirmed -! at the lowest rate oMaiMfelv when montka from Uw Ante of the first
J RENT Well furnished efficiency. 6 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., Jan. 3,
FOR 'Ioa'h
.f this notice
publication of this notice. Each I said revenue bonds to be the name are void provided that p kUcatk .
Utilities furnished. Oil claim or demand must be in writingand issued by the Petitioner herein In such bond shall not bear interest claim or demand m.at be in mnti.nrand
heat. Phone 8473312. must state the place of residence the aggregate sum of Three Mil- at a greater rate than six per rentum I I must state the place fir rridence -
ARTICLES of the claimant and must be lion Dollars tU.$89IHHI< < to be designated -I (C%) per annum or be sold at of the claimant and must t>eswore
sworn to by the claimant bin agentor I dated numbered in denomination -i suck price that the net Interest to by the claimant his aar'ntor
FOR RENT: Furnished apt. Main I REALTOR-AMA attorney or the fame will be- of. and to mature. follows:I cost to the Development Commission attorney, or the same will, income
FOR SALE floor three rooms. Carporte. 606 come void.according to law. shall exceed nix per centum void according to lawTnte
"FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT Emmett Street. Apply Moore- This 13th day of December, 19CL MISSION. 01'0'1:01.lVC"TY COU-I maturities thereof, a more particular the XWfc day of Decemicr.IMS. .
field Bldg., opposite Post Office. REVENUE BONDS" to be description of MM revenue
MURRAY VT OVERSTREET. JR. first day of December 19(2. bonds by reference tq a/ MURRAY W. OVKRSTHEET. J R
4 Appliances Included Murray \V Orerstreet. Jr. bered from 1 to S..**. both inclu-: Mid authorizing resolution. certified Executer of the Estate of
Administrator of the Estate of si>e in denomination of 1.60 each: COPV vf which Is ntUM-lw to Amelia 3. Keck decasafd,
BARGAIN BARN FOR RENT Clara A. Carr. deceased.! and to mature in numerical orderas and made a part the Petttio
c._.. lei Zipper Bet Teeth Z Dec. 20. 27. 1SSS. & Jan. 3 & 10. UU follows to wit rein.ThU Rule l.r Is to be published January 3. le, IT 21. iSt3.:
Draa.... Tel Ear EeIM 3ftfc7e akaea TRAILER SPACE In newsnapers of general
Seeks lk| Pllleirs 'Jk In the Sale of.ihis REAITOJISMHM1EKS Maturity Date ..... circulation published In (W ol* IX THE/OOCXTY/ JUDO1T8 t"'t'HT! ,
Shirts fl, Paste 911 PrewtsfliOi ROGER'S TRAILER PARK K3 ALIAS NOTICE TO DEFEND 1'U 1 IOeReO County. Florida, and Leon County ObCGOLA COUNTY. FLOKH'VIN .
Rsrs Me XTI. Uel 1966 nt.Me Florida in form and manner a* required -
Haafclea Set Pasties ISef: Belts Below DriTe-In Theatre In The Circuit Court of the Ninth 1963 '. \" lisio4 by Chapter 7S. *. Florida RE. R8TATR OF OBOIV;K:
lees Caps: I5e Spreads f2JSO Judicial Circuit In and for Countyof 1967 ': 120,990: Statutes. H. KEMI'KKR. Deceased.
Hair Mete 4e t T-Sfclrts! 3 ei on 17-92 home in Osceola State pt Florida. In ms -&-<-;* Ui.t'tO'
early Kverbedy Trades at The Chancery No. 6408. Phyllis Eileen 1969 1...... DONE AND OnDBRBD at Tallahassee. 1 OTlrK TO CHRBITOH!
Bargain I>arm. Ceue t. 8ibert Fetters Plaintiff vs. Donald Ralph 1970 a 14V..*. Leon County Pler.... this
Mills Warchnnse la Diereaport.iMmedlately. Fetters, Defendant. 1971 ,. .'>- 14J.O0Maturity 20th day of December A.D. IMS. TO ALL CRKDITORC. MM.\TFPD1STRIBVTBKK. :-..
Fellew the alcaa Date ; "\/fi- .ima.t AND .ALL 1 I'FI-
Open Week Days. And Snadaya SERVICESOFFERED 1973 '" The State of Florida to Donald 1974 236940
1915' You and each of ran are Tirnotirird ,'L;'
Refrigerator i Ralph Fetters Phillipsburg. Ohio.Toa 245,490 A true bJJROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- .s U7' n .MO Attest: and re iulrd to present i n:':
STAMPS. are hereby notified that a 1977 Ut.GOO Paul F. HartsfleW claim which you. or either <>f \ .
HEAT. WE GIVE TV f Range suit in equity for divorce has been 1978 2S .MO Clerk Circuit CVMirt may have against the estate or
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 ., broight against r.u by Phyllis 1979 3frO.60 Leon County FloridaBy ,.George H. Kempfrr. deceased 1.'tr 1 i[ ,
MAIN ST. 8473941. LEARN BARBERING : Eileen Fetters! In the Circuit Courtof J. B. McCollnm of Oftceola Oouim. Florida. to t',.
NORTH Air Conditioner the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and aggregating/: the sum of Three Million D. C. County Judge of said ount> at I" v
lasare Tour fotsre In a . for County of Oxceola : ofFlorida Dollar U3.oo0.0o.> and bearing office in the Courthouse at Kiss,i ime m-
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. irell-payliHr prefesslea and you are h' tt-u ! Interest payable emi-annually 1 hereby certify that I have furnished .. Florida, within! tix ('RIo.I,1', "
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John's Day A: Night Classea; Automatic Washer mooed, ordered and required to on the first day of June and on the copy of the forettoiiiK Rale kontko from the date of the MI. "-1
V.A. Apprere file your written answer or defenses first day of December of each year. Nisi o.which was attached a copy publication of this noth-. E'I':'i t
Air Conditioning and Heating claim or demand must be !in wni!f'"
Orlando Barber College to. the Complaint filed huelnagalnt of the Petition therein referred.. ,
Headquarters.We $10,000 $4,700 down, $62.50 mo. you in the above entitled William D. Hopkins. State! Attorney and Miuit state the place o.i r. .t-
338. .5. Ora*. B1. .._ Tr. cause, in the office of the Clerkof Can for the Second Judicial Circuit .f dejtc of the claimant and mint. rrnt ,
the Circuit Court In and for Osce Florida worn to bv claimant. his afc< '
the of and
state ArthurU
GA 6.5879
loan Carpet Shampooer at nq On a beautiful wooded lot ola County Florida atFI'o CourtHouse Parks Furniture Co. Steed State Attorney for the attorney or the ...... will )I....-.s
cost with purchase of Blue in kissimmee. d on Ninth Judicial Circuit of the State void according to law.
Use opr efficient Carpet Sham or before January 11 1963V and to For Prompt Repair of TOOT of Florida, by mall on this 29tn dayof ,
Lustre Shampoo. serve a copy of such answer or defenses December A.IX 196!. This the ICth day of f'--s'< h. ',
Parks Furniture Co. pooer FREE with purchase of I FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS. upon Thacker and Thack r. REFRIGERATOR.Phone 1.952.a .
Blue Lustre Shampoo. Parks plaintiffs attorneys whose address : 847-4171 Benjamin! H. IMcke
is PO. Box S27, Kissimmee Florida Attorney tor Petitionerand / / CAROLTW RBKD KKMlKxoetMri (I I'
:sta. Furniture Company. on or before said date, aa requiredby of tae Kstat.Oeotve .
; INC law. If you fail to do so. a decree V. Carroll WebbAttorney H. Kemnfer, d..I'. t.YsvMty .
pro confesso will be entered for Petitioner '
) against you for the relief demanded _/ V. Carroll Webb W. O.eratr9t. Jr
FOil RENT LOST AFOUND 2'Broadway Kissimmee In the ComplaintS Flower for All Occasion At...... lei' JxH."ix:
P. Doa
December %5. U&!. Jan 3. II. 14 mKlMlMma
847-3156 847-3157 WITNESS my hand an Clerk of ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST I e. Florida,
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said Circuit Court and the seal of
We cooperate with all Registered Heal Estate Brokers.. said Court at Kisnimmee.! Osceola IN TilE' COUNTY JtriXIlCS COURT. January J. 10, IT A 21. i iXlTICH 1"
County Florida on .the 11th day
, . of December A. D.. 1962.
RE KSTATE OF Notice is hereby. m.nm that Wade
DUPLEX. attractive DLIunlurnish I FOR SALE: A Real bargain. (CT. CT. SEAL) I I 25 Broadway 8474591STOVES I AMELiA a KKCK. Demeaned.XOTICK H. Lanier. Oeceola Countic
LOST earred bass folinwin', .
: Large, long Home two apt., one'furnished. AaHesanr. will be in the ,
CARD OF THANKSWe grocery /sGlenn nay TO CREDITORS precincts on the dates listed l h..low i
voice Jt lack hound. Reward. Jack
IVi baths. 3 blocks > Corner lot. Phone 847- Clerk of Circuit Court. for the purpose ef receiving t.\x:
Jennings, Vero Beach, Florida. 22361 Osceola County Fla.THAMER TO ALT. fHEDITOnH. I.KOATEES. returns on real, personal and in-
from City HalL 118 South Beau- would' like to take this REFRIGERATORS DISTRJ UTBBS. AND ALL PERSONS ? tangible property.St .
opportunity to express our appreciation PO.: Box 627. KisKimmee Fla. Used AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Cloud at American Legion Hall
mont. to our many friends Attorneys for Plaintiff! I Jan 14 IS. A 19
LEGAL Ton and each of you are hereby ; Kenansvlile-Jan. 17. A.M.
cards flowers NOTICEIN
for their
prayers Dec. 13. 20. 24. 196%. Jan. 3. 1963 FURNITUREScwell notified and required to present. any Holopaw-Jan. 17. P.M.
and many acts of kindness during claim. which you. or either of you Narroosaee-Jan. U. AIL
MK RENTS Apanmenu and the loss of our 'beloved IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Thurmond I may have attains the estate of Campbell Station-. ... 1*. P.VBhinrle .
1015 W. Church Amelia & Keck deceased late of .k--JaD. 21. A.M.
Mother. We would especiallylike Osceola. County.
TO BUY: 1 to 5 acres AND Florida to the Lake WU"on-Jan. 21 I'M
Apartments. North Grant OSCEOLA County Judge of said
county at his Uade H
outside city limits of Kissimmee to thank Dr. H. P. Amos LEON COUNTT. Lanier Jr.
; office in the Courthouse at Kisslm- Tax Assessor
Blossom TraiL St. Cloud area. Write I. M. for his words of comfort and LUL.FUQUA RE: ESTATE BLACKWELL.OP IN CHANCERY mee. Florida within six calendar On'eola County

FOR RENT: One bedroom trailers., Gardner General Delivery,. Kis the Grissom Funeral Home for d eased.XOTIf'E i SAND ROCK
lUSt -
their kindness.Mr. .
& TrailerPark simmee.
Michigan Ave. Past B.wl-, and Mrs.Roy Hansel FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COM
mile off Vine St.
ing Alley, 34 WILL be find DISTRIBUTEES AND ALL PER Florida
once opt
: yours you
Kitchenettes: rooms and traDe how much fun it is to show and AGAINST SAID ESTATE: vs. fflg6F v KISSIMMEE'S FINEST

with, lake and s'huffleboard. ., how easy it is to enjoy a fine STATE OF FLORIDA et 103
apartments REAL ESTATENO You and each of you are hereby al. East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
By week, month 0'I income with Avon's Products. notified and required to present any Respondents. .
claims 'which you or either of you,
Full time NOW. -
year. Capitol Motel St. Cloud I or part may hare a alnvt the estate of Lula KCLK MM!
Hwy. 441.APARTMENTS. write ,Avon Mgr., P. O. Box .Kuqua Blackwell. deceased late of
2134 Ft. Pierce, Florida. MONEY DOWN Completely; Osceola County Florida to the IN THE NAME AND BT THE
County Judge of aid county at his AUTHORITY OF THE. STATE OF
RENT furnished home lake. Five
office in tht Courthouse at Kisilmtnee. :
$11, $12, per, week. Mrs. Paul r WOMAN WITH CAR jto call reg- rooms, large porch, 2 baths,, Florida within aix calendar KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
ularly each month on established months from the date of the first TO THE STATE OF FLORIDAAND ROTHROCKP
Paris 114 Emmett Street. $6500-$50 per month, also large publication of this notice Each THE TAXPAYERS. PROP-
Studio Girl Cosmetics clients in lot available next door. Sunset claim or demand mast be in writing ERTY OWNERS. AND CITIZENS
FOR RENT Apartments & and around Kissimmee making Ranch Hwy. 15 near St. and must state the place of residence OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND
furnished on of the claimant and must be OF OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. Phone: 847-3524 \
cottages, completely : hecessary deliveries, etc. 3 or 4
Cloud. Phone 892-2583 by owner. sworn to by the claimant his agent. INCLUDING NON-RESIDENTS
Kissimmee Motor Court, Royal hours per day. Route will pay Also duplex same way and unfurnished or attorney, or the same will be- OWNING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT SEPTIC TANK CO.
St. Phone 847-3811:; I up to $5X0 per hour. Write house. come void according to law. ALL PROPERTY TO TAXATION THEREIN;
HAVING OR CLAIMING Tile for Driveways I

Season or monthly rates. Air JOB WANTED MURRAY W OVERSTIiEET. JR. SAID COUNTY. OR THE TAXABLE and Service Septic TankS-a size for every need.
as watchman or Murray W. Oven conditioned 3 rooms, full bath guard. Experienced and weIr Executor of the Eotate of TEREST IN PROPERTY TO BE AFFECTED Phone 847-4172 847-4171 Cement Work-280 Gallon Crease Trap*
and kitchen garbage disposal qualified Call 847-2321. Lula Fuqua, Blackwell deceasedDec. THROUGH THE ISSUANCE -
earporte. Call 847-3866 after rid 27. 19S2. Jan. 3. 10. 17. 196J I COMMISSION, AN 15 Years Experience.
5 p.m. weekdays' anytime week. "', Lti1T Ot40 e\ II I AGENCY OF THE STATE OF For Gas Delivery, Phone K. C. RQTHROCK and
volt Santa FLORIDA. OF THE REVENUE Harold Wiral 8U.%058 owner operator.

FOR RENT: Small furnished cot: '' 's i r to +, ; RE ESTATE OF THEREBY TN ANY WAY: TO BE AFFECTED Kenneth Bledsoe Located at Kissimmee Transit'M1z Co.

tage. Adults only. 408 South I will not be responsible for debts CLARA. CARR. Deceased. S92-7695 (St. Cloud)
tlp4p You. and each of you. the Stateof For Gas Service Phone
Clyde Avenue. other than my own. fE NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Florida through the State At- PHONE: 847-3524
Everett F. Martin torne>. of the Second Judicial Cir- J. B. Rountree 847-4062
FOR RENT: 2 trailers one $50. MIN'63 ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES.DISTRIBUTEES. cuit of Florida and the Ninth' Robert Allen j
AND ALL PER Judicial Circuit of Florida are here
one $35. Cabin with kitchenette, SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS by require: to appear before this Emory Bronson 847-4570
$35. All plus lights and gas: Near t CARD OF THANKSI AGAINST SAID ESTATE: : Court in the Chambers of the undersigned Leo Girourd 847-2061

school off Thacker Ave. Heavens wish Y Ton and each of you are hereby house in Circuit Tallahassee Judge at Florida the Court-, on R. H. Hall 892-1212. St. Cloud
View Trailer Court.: to express my deepest notified and required to present any the 6th day of February. 1963. at or. call IL. T. Simmons Mr. STEEL SALESANY
gratitude to each and everyone claims which you. or either of you ten o'clock in the forenoon and 847-4819
i at the Osceola Hospital from may have against the estate of show cause, if any you have, why
FOR RENT: Furnished ground Clara A. Carr, deceased, late of the prayers of the Petition filed Walter Alderman 841.33-4Z
floor apt. with outside entrance. Dr. Rao down to the maid who Osceola County Florida to the In the above titled cause should R. W. Lassater 847-2012 DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT+
Ruth Roebuck 503 Brack Street made my recent stay there so county judge of said county at his not be granted and the revenue
,. office in the Courthouse at Klssim- bonds therein described and the John Evans St. Cloud, 892-34S2 Competitively Priced
Phone 847-2815. very comfortable. mee. Florida within six calendar proceedings authorising the issu

FOR RENT: 6-room house. 11(0-]I Mrs. Jennie Sincerely Woodward, TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS(

Beaumont $60 month. Call Orlando . s s
St. Cloud. Fla.
855-2987. W. B. Horne. Horse Trailer and Utility Trailers

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Complete} mobile welding shop all work: guaranteed

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And may we express bur appreciation for alt you TOP RETURN B GENERAL ELECTRIC

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We would also like to renew our pledge to give! .

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