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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 17, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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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: VID00262
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
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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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E s4 ei HERALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 68 YEARS

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-vC g:!; :tIJ o .tI.::..tA'.' _Kissimmee.Entered as Osceola Second County.Class Matter Florida_ _ _ _Kissimmee_ ,_Florida_ _, Thursday_ _Januanr_ _, 7_, 1963_ _ _Established Phone_847-2881_1894_ _ _Price_Ten_Cents_
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Is2 f IS HONORED Harris Daniel -

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has been Harris Daniel was named
Sharpe nam-
chairman of the county commission -
i ed chairman of the Osceola
when they met to reorganize -
-__ __ J County School Board as the
for the coming year.
board reorganized for 1963.
Oren Brown was named vice
Ralph Yates was named vice
three male members of the'
MALE CAST 1\IE.'IBERS-Tbt' chairman. Both have servedon chairman.
cast of "Anne Frank1' were K. C. Moore. Jr., Louis Fuer- the board for several Two recently elected com

steIn and Fred Ford of St. ClomL (Ptolo) by Hanuick) .years. missioners were also seated.

Sitting in on the meetingwas Tom Bumby replaces Jack

Mrs. George Kemfer who Roberson and Chester Barber

Carolyne Phay has been commissioned by the Leon Godwin.
included -
Other appointments
governor to fill the unexpiredterm
of her late husband. LOWELL ClYBURN Murray Overstreet as county AfI

Wins AwardThirteen The board authorized the attorney; Otis Sellers, coun-
ty road supervisor; E. J.
I purchase of two school buses Lowell Clyburn
Smith, civil defense director;
and final
I approved plans on a !
year old Carolyne cusations: until in a fiery out- William W Parker, county
two room addition to Kissim- __
Phay was awarded the Benton burst she added a new and dignified mee High School. Elected To service and welfare officer; w _

Jeweller Award for the best sustained bit to a strong character J. W. Wynn, court house custodian _

performance in "ThC Diary portrayal. ; Earnest Allman, court

od Anne Frank", presented last Mr. Van Daan, an unsympathetic Tax Assessor To "Who's Who"Lowell house maintenance man; Lu- r

week-end by the Footlight Theatre and difficult part, was exceptionally I | cille Dawkins, secretary civil r-

Guild. The award is deter- welt played by Robert Visit In CountyWade Clyburn has been defense; Neil Shelhorn assistant _

mined by audience vote made at Stalter. Mary Haslar ably acted elected to "Who's Who in county service and wel-

the end of each performance' to- the part of Mrs. Van Daan, an H. Lanier Jr., countytax American Colleges and Uni fare worker.

talled and announced at the cast equally difficult role. The audience assessor will be in Kenans- versities" from the student

party following the Saturday I particularly enjoyed watch- ville this morning for the,purpose body of Trevecca College at Senior Class To

night performance. Her tender ing Louis Feuerstein as Mr. Dus of receiving tax returns on real l Nashville, Tennessee. CONCERT REHEARSAL-Pictured above is a part of the Kissimmee Symphonetteas

sensitive and charming portrayalof sel, me dentist woo was addedto and personal property.He Lowell attended Osceola Present Teenage Drama members rehearse for a concert at the St. Cloud Community Building Tuesday,
Anne Frank was so appreciated -: the group at a time when will be in Holopaw that High School and Mount Car- January 22 at 8 p.m. Luther Harris is the conductor of the Symphonette. which
by the audiences that it be food was scarce and words were same afternoon and in Narcoos- mel High School at Jackson, The seniors, at Osceola High is a decided contribution to the cultural life of the community. (Photo by Edwin

t.3me'aim 0 3 t an undisputed short Judy Roehrich played the see Friday morning. Other Kentucky. He received the School will present their class J. Ladue)

award. This was Carolyne's second part of Miep and K. C. Moore places in the county he will visit National Latin Award in high play Friday January 25th I

participation in a Guild pro- Jr., the part of Mr. Kraler, the I will be!: Campbell Station Jan- school for two years and wasa at the OHS Myrtilla F. Beals Flood To

duction, having taken an active two Dutch patriots who gallantly uary 18th afternoon; Shingle member of the honor so auditorium.Mrs. class Symphonette
Makinson
part in the Guild's Workshop for risked their lives in mercy. These Creek, morning; Lake Wilson, ciety.At. Grace
Children's Theatre last summer.; were competently done and added afternoon January 21. Trevecca he is a member sponsor is directing the play,

"The Diary of Anne Frank" is I much to the suspenseful drama. of the Honor Society, the Ministerial a comedy" drama, "Teen On a Method

the true account of a young girl Kathy Anthony and Vivian Beltz Mrs. Brinson Retires Association, the Mis- Tangent. Present Concertby
The casf consists of Jon
froin, a DutclvJewish family alternated Friday and Saturday sionary Fellowship, the Tre-
Welfare Post HereThe Hoke, Sharon Gehrett, Judy I
hiding from the Nazis for two nights in the part of the older vecca Athletic Association and Cindi ChangedThe
Vivian Belts
Gwynn,
years in the top floor of a fac sister, Margot, a part less glam- the Christian Workers Associ Luthe, Sandy Hare Paul EDWIN J. LADUE Inquiries should be addressedto
tory. Her,motner and !father sister orous, yet demanding in its quiet District Office of the State ation. Blough Ernie Scaggs Judy The Kissimmee Symphon- Luther Harris, 1118 Main
and 'another family, Mr. and foil to' Anne Welfare Board accepted the resignation He is a member of the Kis- Statilonis Kirk Anders and : governing board oi the I 2tte will present a concert of Street 847-2474; to George

Mrs, Vah, Daan, and their teen- This play, above all others of Mrs. Agnes (Bid) simmee Church of the Nazarene Williams., Central and Southern Florida I classical and semiclassicalmusic Harris, chairman, 701 North
Judy
age son, Peter, and Mr. Dussel given by the Guild, was a great Brison yesterdai at Orlando. After graduation Lowell "Teen On a Tangent" is Hood control: district voted to ] at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. Doris Street, or to the business

an\ erratic bacnelor, plus the two challenge for the men and women Mrs. Brinson has retired after plans to serve as pastor of a about a boy in high school change its method of taxing the :22, at the St. Cloud Community manager, Edwin J. La

friends who smuggled food to responsible for making the set serving the Welfare Board in one church while he pursues his having trouble with his young. IS counties in the district in an j Building under auspices of due, 1815 Orange Boulevard,

them made up the group. Living and providing the properties and phase or another since its incep- graduate program toward a er sister, his school work and clioit to equalize taxation. I the Union Tourist Club 8472547.

in"dose quarters and under very costumes necessary for this pro- tion in 1937, I Ph.D. degree.are his friends. He is a boy witha The vote was 4-1 in favor of This will be the third concert In addition to the officers

trying
families have many difficult: experiences stage Loais French, technical Elks To Observe price of admission will Board property valuations in :netting ;Symphonette since tis organ. include John Jamieson, clarinetist -

which are lightened by director, ingeniously built a living be 75c for students, $1.00 for the tax in each of the coun iation a year ago under sponsorship and Jerry Osterberg.

Anne's delightful humor and the room and three bedroom areas. adults. Tickets may be pur- ties. In the past, a flat tax of of the Kissimmee Rotary trumpeter. Others playing

tender pathos of a young girl Crammed with tne properties of "Freedom Week"This chased from any senior or at up to one mill was levied in the Club. Concerts are pre- trumpets are Melba Feuer-

growing into maturity. each individual and furnitura for the door. The play will start counties, ana was based on tax sented as a public service I stein, Harold Loutsenheiser

Kenneth Duncan, the director, reasonably comfortable living, I at 8 p. m. assessments which varied in without admission fees the I and David Hanks. Winnie
and Elizabeth Davis, assistant the stage was a marvel::,of order. week January 14th to ities and of our County at each county. orchestra relying for support Hamp and Elizabeth Young.

director, richly deserve'me praise Those responsible for stagingthe 19th, Kissimmee Elks Lodge I large throughout the year," The dissenter in the voting upon a group of individualsand handle the percussion: Barbara

they received from all quarters. play are: Technical Director No. 1873 will observe "Free- Exalted Ruler Bodo Kirchoff 238 Head Sold was Board Member J. Bruce Kissimmee business firms Hansel plays the cello.

This is the, first Guild play that Louis French; Set Construction dom Week." which is to emphasize -i commented during the meet- Miami who said he serving as patrons. Clarice Houston and Jim
Mr. Duncan, a St. Cloud resident, Frank Haslar; Set Decoration. the importance of our ing. "Their local representatives At Local MarketAt Vining fomula Tuesday's concert will include Hunter are trombonists. Wil-

has dii cte& ,Klssimmee and St Fred Brussow; Lighting. Louis freedom of speech and of cx-" deserve fully $1 the recognition the Kissimmee Livestock would fight the new The March of Progressby Ham Driver plays the bass
for
it
when approval
,pression in American I which this week be- comes up Herfurth Tchaikovsky's! horn and Bob Clark baritone.
Cloud theatre-kwers'hope- French: Sound, AfldyHerrmannand. our way j Market Wednesday ', 228 cattle I ; .
Mr. Duncan wJl again give such Douglas Horde; Prop rties of life. This Week is meant as : stows upon them each year." and calves were sold compared before the 19C3 l lgfslatuii.He Piano Concerto Number Onei Pianist is Maurie Waiter Violinists -
formula would
said iho
aupeib direction" to. other, fortfi- Lucille .Elkins, Mary Helvey and a singular tribute to the na In presenting this special to 438 a week ago. new Brahms' Hungarian Dance 3;; are Rose Bobroff, Betty -
Lois Rivers Costumes, Catherine tion's, press and broadcasting program to the lodge members to last Wednes- raise populous Dade County'sshare March of the Meistersingers Hainlin. Henriette Ludlum,
Compared
coming plays. ; .
Chairman Walter Schei- of district taxes from 390 selection Leo Girouard, Harsy McPher.son
Beauchamp and Vancyneta Held stations. And in the course of slaughter steers and heifers by Richard Wagner;
Without the fine supporting ; day
I the regular lodge meeting on bel hut pointed out: "It is obvious test to 43.6 pet. of the total. from Scherezade by Rimsky- and Henry Bellanca.
Bookholders, Jerry and too few for cows
Carolyna's performance Phay
cast Tuesday evening, January that in the struggle with "I do not feel it is right to Korsakov; Oriental Patrol by Stephen Pinker and George
would' not have been possible. Frances. Snyder; Make-up Rose strong, bulls about'steady on
15th resolution communism too much atten- arbitrarily increase: any county'slax Franz von Klon The Rune- Harris play saxaphones, and
a was presented and calves fully5LOO52iJU ;
sensi- Bobroff and Brussow Program few present
Peter Van Daan the shy, Cathy ; and adopted in recognition tion has been paid to what we I wun. instances this much," he said. stone Overture by Paul Yod- Stewart Chapman is in the
Gus Lurie nigner
Tickets Helen
live teenager was played by ; ,
of Osceola County's against. And we are in Stocker steers But Board Chmn. Riley S. er, and Rodgers and Hammer- clarinet section with Jamie-
Mark Lurie in a most realistic Bass, J. C. Bordelon, and Gill higher
press and broadcasting sta danger of losing sight of whatwe and heifers stror.g on few Miles, KisMmmee, said the new stein's You'll Never Walk son By occupation they are,
portrayal. Peter and his cat.Moochie Brooks. tion. are fighting for and why available. Cows poorly tested method woaM. go a long way to- Alone and Some Enchanted variously laboratory technicians -
tended to rude out in For the large appreciative audiences '
In view of the ideoj :$cat I we are for it. During Freedom and calves strong to $3.00 ward equalizing the share of Evening. teachers housewives,
of the tiny bedrooms, but the Guild is grateful to
one Week would like to bring made salesmen, and several retired
we Tne Is
struggle throughout the acrid higher with most gain on 166- the district's counties. Trie formula sympnonette
In her sweet natural the Kissimmee Gazette, the Orlando *
Carolyn? home to the people of to business men and women.
our and
24 women
Of today, the Order of Elksis 200 lb. weights. Slaughter was adopted after a year up of men
them Into all Sentinel. and Radio Station ,
both
way brougnt communities fuller realiza- music is The Symphonette expresses
a whom orchestral an
more than ever dedicatedto : cattle comprised 57 per cent and one-half of study and controversy. -
the family activities. Fred Ford VVOSL, as well as the Guild members sincere patriotism and positive tion that freedom of speech which made t avocation .Some have a back gratitude for encouragement
of was
of St. Cloud, played the kindly and friends selling tickets. the basic the run and support provided by its
anti-Communism in defense and of the press are to 58 cent calves. Miles said the new foimula, if ground of professional experience -
gentle-noble, at times--father. The Footlight Theatre Guild up per including Mr. and
freedoms which whole patrons,
of our inherited free- on our heifers$19O0$22.00. but the majority keepin
Standard slaughter b the legislature
approved
Anne's mother was played by meets on the last Monday of each doms. And as principal expon- way of life depends. These ( Utility cows would apply;; uniform millage practice purely for the love Mrs. Pat Allen, Autrey Motor
.
Leeza Jaeschke, another new month at 8:00: o'clock at the ents and practitioners of our are working every time we Cutter $14.50- of music. A few of the older Company, Baldwin's Standard,
16001800. the uniform valuations
comer to the Guild plays. She! American Legion Hall and welcomes !- Constitutionally guaranteed read a newspaper, listen to based on members have resumed practice Isabel Bartholomew, Bass
1600. Canner $12.00$1450.Cutter railroad board. He said
ably interpreted the patient understanding anyone interested in at right to freedom of speech the radio or TV, or read a and utility bulls uf the after years of inactivityin Fuel Oil Benton's Jewelry,
would broaden thr base.
this tax
mother who put up I tending a meeting to learn more and expression our unfetteredpercent book. They give our citizens $16.00-$20.00. Good calves the field. The group meets Boat-a-Cade, Bob's Tuxedo
with impositions and unjust ao. about the Guild. press and broadcasting facilities the means to protect them- 24002800. Standard $2300- Under the formula, he said, for rehearsal every Tuesday Feed Store, Mr. and Mrs. J.

are some of our most effective selves, and it is the reason for $19.00-$23.00. counties with high tax valuationsnow evening in the Band Room at C. Bordelon, Mr. and Mrs.
Utility
$25.50.
means of safeguardingall the successful working of our would pay Jess than at pre Osceola High School. Wield- John E. Carroll. May and
Athletic Standard vealers $26.00-$30.50,
Banquet our liberties. political, social and economic sent. He said thr formula would ing the baton from his wheel Florence ClarkCody's of Kis
few good to 3275.
up reduce contributions of nine of
institutions. chair is the conductor Luther simmee,
I
Through this resolution, the Medium and good 450-650( (
members of Kissimmee Elks Representatives of the local lb. feeder-stocker steers the counties and slight); raise Harris, Kissimmee public Mr. and Mrs J W. Cowart,

Scheduled Feb. 7th Lodge manifested their whole- press and broadcasting station 21002400. Common and contributions of the other nine. accountant whose career as a Kissimmee Chamber of Commerce

t hearted support to the observ- will be guests of the Elks medium heifers $16.00-$20.00. "The burden of valuation has concert pianist was cut short Kissimmee Lodge B.P.-

The Osceola Athletic Association will be in the Orange Belt ance of this annual event: Lodge during the evening of Common cows $14.00-$17.00. been unfortunately placed on this some years ago when he was O.S. 1873 Elks. First Federal of

will hold a varsity after that. "We are proud of our local Thursday, January 24th, and Inferior $11.50$15.00.Medium district by the failure of countytax I. stricken with polio. Osceola County of St. Cloud

football and basketball ban The games will be more press and broadcasting station preparations for 'this event and few good 250- assessors to ao what they Director Harris hopes to in- and Kissimmee, Florida Realty *

quet Thursday, February 7th, evenly spaced, with not more and of the role they are playing -'. are being made by the committee 500 lb. calves 20002500. are supposed to do," said Miles. : crease the size of the orchestra Counselors' Inc. Freeie-

at 6:30 in the high school caf than two games at home or __in the life of our commun- in charge. .Common $18 00-$20.00. Com He referred to the Varying valua- and invites inquiries from Ettte Drive-in

eteria. away in .a row. and medium 100-250 Ibs. tions used in tax assessments persons who have ever played I The E. C Grissons, Mary
mon
The 1963 football schedule First Federal's Assets : 22002800. among the counties.Mr any musical instrument and Haslar, Held's 66 Service.
was announced this week by I who would appreciate further I Hunt tBrothers, Kissimmee

Jack Yearwood, head athletic County Building and Mrs Wilbur Murphyof practice wtih the group. Hardware Inc Kissimmee

coach. It will be as follows: 'To Be DedicatedThe Fire DepartmentIssues Philadelphia, Pennsylvania There is need of a French Music Center, Lidik Auto

September 20. Arcadia there; stopped last week to visit Mrs, horn, bassoon, mellophone and
September 27, Lakeview, county building at St. Total $15,045,278 Annual ReportThe Elsie Grigsby J oboe. also several clarinets.. (No. I. Continued on Par S)

home; October 4, Leesburg( Cloud will be dedicated'Satur-

there; October 11, Okeechobee -day-January 19th, at 10 a. m. Assets of First Federal Savingsand rose to a record high during Kissimmee Volunteer

there; ; October 18, Ft.' Gordon Dawson manager of I Loan Association of Osceola 1962. "The increased mortgage Fire Department answered
Meade. home; October 25, Se- the St Cloud chamber of commerce I County with offices in Kissim lending activity of our Association 127 calls during 1962 accord-r I

,bring. home; November 1; is in charge of arrange mee and St Cloud increased by the saving's and loan institutions ing to the annual report just
Frostproof there; November ments. total those released.
$2.347,288 during 1962 to a in Florida and
Park, there November The will house ex. The total value of property
,8, Avon ; -.| building of $15,045,278 at year's end the throughout the nation as a whole
22, St. Cloud, home; No- tension offices for the tax assessor mod- destroyed by these fires was
institution announced today.L. in the face of a relatively
vember 27, Wildwood home. : tax collector, supervisor $97,629.70, of which $90,000was -
M. Stevens, President at national demand for
est credited to one fire, that
Two teams of the Orange of registration, county
hoUSing'1 I
First Federal Savings and Loan indicates that .
Belt could not play OHS this, service 9ffice, home demon- our of Chrisbank Corporation.Of
year so they will participatein stration agent and other coun- Association said that the new are steadily the 127 calls, 92 were I
the Ridge Conference. They ty officials. mark represents a gain of IS I leadership in the residential within the city limits and 35
from assets reported at field Mr. Stevens There j
i mortgage outside the city. were w I
,r the em of 1961 and a gain of also 11 false alarms or those
< -:" : in the past five said.He forecast increasein action. t
I \ : 185 percent a slight requiring no
: years. housing and mortgage lend Grass, brush or trash fires
,-. institution's coming with 55, second : 'fT1-I I ItL4rlD.l
According to the ing activities during the led the list

I" j 1962 Financial ftatement. netsaving's year. _- was residential with 22. Others -,

I :. gains recorded duringthe Mr and Mrs. A. A. Austin left were commercial 10; industrial

year totaled JL787.015 bringing this week on a caravan tour of 1; automobiles and
- ,; : : total savings held by the asSociation trucks. 14; miscellaneous, 15.
Mexico
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to an all-time high of

...$13,111.776. First National Bank =
I The Association also reported _
1 record dividend payments of

'_ ,"'S:.:, 5506.904 based on a dividend
rate of 4-% percent The institution -Names New Officers

U4W had increased the dividend, : I
rate on saving's accounts earlier The First National Bank this l John E. Carroll Jr.. vice presi-

Li in 1962 and changed their payment week announced the promotion dents; and Emma B'. Quirk as- .

from semi-annually to of two employees at the annual sistant cashier. .
quarterly.The meeting bf the bank sharehold Directors of the bank also include -

year-end marked the Trio Branson. Ellis F. IEIJIII-TT:; iTIIUNUERBIRD

growth in the Association's re ers.John E. Carroll president announced Davis Henry O. Partin, G. H _ _ _
...> serves and surplus past the one that Allen D. Carroll Prather John Carroll and lily
WINNER Former Kissimmee resident Mrs. Anna Tate (left) shows
million dollar mark with yearend has been named cashier and Chapman
I NEW; WATEs-J.ANK-A: : new elevated water tank with a named of 31 ThunderbIrd automobile winners dorisg preseataHea
one
reserves and surplus of $I,. Gladys Thompson has been named Resources of the bank at the surprise at being
360,000 gallon capacity Is being built for the City of Klssimmee 060,634. assistant cashier. dose of business Dec 31 amounted at Tupperware headquarters this week. Mrs. TIda Gould of Kissimmee Tupperware distributor -

by the Dorcan Company of Warren Pa., on Walnut The volume of the Associa: Officers re-elected were Uly to $3.230,530.83. Deposits for Central Florida (right), ham Mr*. Tate's surprise. Mr*. Tate formerly a

: Street) In the northern section of the city.-(Photo by Hami tion's mortgage lending volume S Chapman. S. B. Miller and amounted to 57.407.000.1X, manager in Mrs. Gofild's organization now distributes Tupperware in WasMagtea, D. C.t .





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2 Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee. Florida Thurs.. Jan. 17 19(Cattlemen AskGovernment Kiwanis Club I Joseph F., Dwyer Miss Flame Contest Murray Attorney P. O. Box W.Executrix 403 Overitract. Jr. l'ran.

fesiran FlorMa \
Death ee.
Aid Installs OfficersByron Claimed by Mi l' 34 A i. 1MB '*
Kiwanis ClubCommittees .
Francis Dwyer, 75, of THE COUNTY J..... .
Joseph
OSCIXLA COUIft"'f" ,
ran.
Directors of the Florida Cattle Hileman was installedas 1405 Emmett Street, Kissimmee' Entrants Named A.
NamedCommittees
after RE: ESTATE: OF
men's Association in a meeting president of the Kissimmee passed away late Tuesday FUQUA BLACKWELL.Dacaawed..
I asked Gov. Farris Bryantto brief illness. -
here P
dinner meet
!
of the Kissimmee Henry Simmons, Robert Facey. petition the feaeral _govern- .Ii Kiwanis ing at the dub Tropical at a Hotel last' A native of Arena, New York, The "Miss Flame" contest They Adams are Joan: Peggy Allen Acree Maxine, Sandra An- TO ALL NOTICE CREDITORS TO CRBIHTOM : : .

Kiwanis Club have been announced Special events Bob Berlin- ment to declare Florida a disaster he had been a resident of this sponsored by the Kissimmee Carolyn DISTRIBUTEES. AND LEGATE
B Hileman K. O. Caldwell, far the cattle industry week. community for the past 15 years. 'Firemen's Auxiliary will be held tonucci. Peggy Armstrong SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE
n chairman as
by > r o sky, ; area as E. O'neal, lieutenant Barber Suz- MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
Albert Nancy ,
,
Autrey
president. They ale: Murry Oven>treel Jr., D. V. Mc- is concerned. the guest speakerand He was a retired farmer and I'Thursday January 24th, at the Bartee You and each of you are hereby.

Agriculture: Kent Powers, rutlantl, Howard Jonsson: Hugh Telegrams requesting aid in governor installing, was officer. I was a member of the Holy Redeemer Tupperware auditorium at 7 p.m. anne Bartee. Frances Vickie Baya. .claims notified which and required' to either present ot you any
Baxter,
chairman; James Smith, June Stephens Bill Sippel. Jim getting the disaster classificationwere Murray Catholic Church and Holy One hundred nin tn! contestants Joyce Beta. ,may have against ta* estate of
Others installed were be Dianne Belcher, Vivian 'Lulu BIackw. dacaaaed,
Kissimmee. have been entered, to Fuqua
MUlicevic, Earle I Smitn Larry Harrelson. to the Em- : Name Society,
Gunn George sent governor immediate past presi- Connie Berlinsky, Esta Bobroff, late of Osceola Cownty. Florida,
Lupfer, Chailes Partin. Vocational gui ancc-Ju:; Lirins ory Williams of Gainesville, Rogers Dixon vice Recitation of the Rosary was judged by out of county' Ff ges. Jo to the County Judge ot said county -
P. ,
dent; Charles at the Gris- Gail Bowden Faye Bumby, at his office la the Courthouse
Boys and girl work Craig > ana Carbon .r orreSler, ('.0- chairman of the Florida Agricul- president; Gus Lurie, secretary; at 7:30 p.m. Friday serviceswere March Of Dimes Cardone. Laura Carte Alice at Kissimmee Florida within six
Bell, chairman; John Magnusson -chairmen; Miles :bnarp.: Dr. J. L. tural Stabilization and Conservation treasurer; Craig som Chapel. Funeral Barbara Q 1ders. calendar months from the date of .
Bob Facey Chezem of this notice.
Fred Littlefield, Bill Johnston Scnmidi Wiuiam wallis. Committee, and Dr. M. O. held at 9 a.m. Saturday, Leaders Named the first publication
Bell Tom Blain. Tom Kessler. Louise Cay, Sue Cements, Alice Each claim or denaand must be in
and Bob Miles of Gainesville Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, writing and must state the plaff of
Milicevic, also
George Public relations Kiley Watkins, Over-
III, Murray Linda Cox Carolyn Croft '
Lupfer Cotton must
Sammy sad
time Requiem Mass March residence of the claimant
Extension at which a "The 25th Anniversary
and Haley JUke, col nairmen; director of the Agricultural his
Facey. street Jr., Henry Simmons and Reba Daniels, Shelia Daniels, be sworn to by the dalnwRt.
Finance Tom Kessler, chair- hki Brinson, Murray yvciitreel: Division. was said for the repose of his of Dimes this January promisesto DeVault. agent or attorney, or thee will
Jim Smith, directors. McCormack successfulin Shirley Dickson. Diana become void according to tew.
the Rev. George most
with of the
man; Bob Facey, Miles Sharp, Jr., Allen Can oil The telegrams said the cattle soul, be one Janet Digges, Connie Dumas.' This the 19th day of December! .
Ray Faulk, Enoch Herzberg, J. Support ot churches EnochHerzDerg feed problem is acute and is be- officiating. Casket- years" county chairman Luther 1962.
Pam
I bearers were Dr. Joseph Gainer, L. Harris said today in appointing Kay Dunlap, Jane Dupree, s/ MURRAY OVERSTREET: JR.
Hutchinson. cnaiiman Henry Simmons compounded by the longshoreman 'Legion Jr.
L. ; ing Auxiliary Dymmek Rani Early Shelia Murray W Overstreet.
House Lothar Goola and\ Ken Laid*ell, Hale;/ Duke. strike, lack- of citrus I William Heeren, Gilbert Mears, volunteer leaders from Donna Elkins, Joan Elliott Executor of the ]Batat of
To Meet Thursday John Moore, E. P. Neid and t the Osceola County area. Eggers, Lulu Fuqua Blackweil. cteoIIUed. .
Faulk. co-chairmen Dr. J. for backhaul and I 11. I63 '
Ray u. ; and vegetables I Glenn Pelton Burial will be in Named to key campaign positions Cheryn English, Gail Eng- Dec 27. -. Jan. 3. 10. "
Z. Schmiut Larry Hairelson. unreasonable freight rates. I executive committee and lish Donna Farris. Mary Frasier, '-
The Oneon- Co- WDGE'S:
Youth Injured By and Mount Calvary Cemetery, were: Bob Berlinsky, 1 IIN THE COUNTY
Key; Club Larry Harrelson "Total loss of pastures members of the American Legion j I York. Grissom Funeral Steve Miller, Sharon Gehrett Pam Goodrich, COURT. OSCELOA COUNTY.:

and Lynwood Lupor co-chairmen; Hit and Run Driver loss of availability of certain Auxiliary will meet at noon 'I ta Home, New was in charge of arrange- Treasurer County Chairman, Bill Hammond, Publicity I Judy Guynn Becky Critter FLORIDA.IN RE: ESTATE. OFAMELIA
J. L. Hutchinson, Fred Little- feeds normally utilized by indus- Thursday (today) at the Legion Tom Smith, assistant Frances Haddock Karen Han- S. KECK. o.c.Md.NOT1C'E .
field, Kent Powers. Richard Collins, 15, son of try such as citrus pulp, and Home. Each member is to bring ments. Chairman, chairman, Bob I sell, Linda Hansell, Betty Harper TO CREDITORS LmATEES.UISTRIBl'TEES .

Kiwanis education Dr. Dar- :Rip Collins, was seriously injured buildup of shortage in Southeast a, sandwich. Coffee will be I publicity collector chairman. I I Peggy Harrelson, Cheryl Hartley TO l ALL CREDITORS. ALL PER

row Getty, chairman; Dr. T. K. i last Wednesday night when created by drought conditionsare served. Leslie Hiram Fisher Dr.Evans James coin E, Mongoven mailers.I Vicky Hess, Shirley Hill, Venise SONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR DEMANDS i
Blain Charles Partin, Murray struck by a hit ana run driveron creating more stress conditions the hereby
Those; willing to help on and George L. Reynolds -, Hooten. You and each of you are
Rogers, Allen Caroll. Neptune Road. as each day passes," the rummage sale to be held Saturday -I i I Died on Sunday chairman, school chairman. I Linda Hughey, Raylene Jacobs. nonmed which and required you. or to either present of you.any \

Laws and regulations Dor- He was discovered alonsidethe telegram said. I January 19th, are requestedto Ii i Leslie Hiram Fisher, age 65. Dr. James Mongoven pointed Mar)' Lee<< Johnson Sonya Jolly. may have against the eetate of tl i

sey Prescott, chairman; June road by Mrs. Elmo Griffin The governor also was asked I call 847-2398 and leave their I died Sunday afternoon. He was nit the wonderful help given by I Sally Kelly. Ava Dale Lancaster. \Amelia Osceola S.Count Keck. deceased Florida, totethe i

Gunn, Murray Rogers,' Ed Gris- and Mrs. Lawrence Rogers near to aid in obtaining rail freight names. I I born in Eaton County, Michiganand ; I the InterAct dub in getting out ; Loraine Littlefield. Brenda Locke. County Judge of& said county at Klsslm-at his |,

som. the Griffin home. rate reductions both on emer- has made his home in Fort mailers. This club is sponsored ; Suzanne Lockwood, Marcie Lorn- office Florida in the ,Courthouse MX __.&_'dar

Public and business affairs Richard was able to give a gency and long-range bases. Myers for the past ten years. He by Rotary of Kissimmee and is. bandy: Jonnie Logsdon Joan mee.months from waste of the first .
chairman Tom description of the car as well as Chamber OfficersTo I DUtie Marble. Margaret publication of this nottc Each '
Bill Makinson, ; was a veteran of World War II. he InterAct clubs first big service Magnu son, demand must be in writing ,
claIm or .
Kessler, Carlton Forrester, J. L. the time it happened. This along Attend MeetingThree .He is survived by one son, project. 'I' : Milburn, Karen Miller, Joy and must state the place of rest be ."..
Hutchinson, William Wallis. with paint scrapings and a bit 1.Jack E. Allen Robert of Port Huron, Michigan; Moon, G tl'O'ft! Moore, Marga..1Needham l dene ot to the by the claimant claimant.and his must agent !Ie"
worn
Programs and I music Sam I of bail has led to the arrest of. representatives of the Mrs. Leonard I Theresa Noe. Brenda oror same will become r'0.
three daughters, yaccordIthe
Lupfer III, chairman; Albert Herbert Stahl, operator of Kaliga Aboard Carrier I Kissimmee Chamber of Com- Zaremba Rochester, Michigan; Ray C. Dennison Odell, Wanda Paulk, Betty Peter I This void the 26th day to of law.December, ,I-.
Rogers Murray Overslrcel Jr., Fish Camp. Stahl claims to haveno will attend the meeting
merce Mrs. Leona Barnette, Alberquer-
Died FridayRay son.Dianne JR
I I on s MURRAY% OVERSTREET
Pollorn. W.
and Bill Sippel. recollection of hitting any- ; Jack E. Allen airman USN, called by the National Chamberof I qt+e, New Mexico; and Miss Car- Pierson, Roberta Executor of the state of R'

Membership and attendance thing. His bond was set at $2,500. I son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Commerce on legislation and ol Jo Fisher. Fort Myers, Florida C. Dennison, 77, of 1332 Judy. Powers. Sharon Reid, Amelia S. Keck DeeAareed.1963..w.
10.
Howard Jonsson ana Dr. T. K. Carricelli Allen of 104 Drury ave., Kis- politics to be held at Winter Park ; one sister, Mrs. Clara Mer- W 43rd Street, Orlando passed Heidi Riggs Lynn Rivers, Judy January 3. .'.

Blain, co-chairmen; Henry Simmons Roy : simme?, returned to San Diego February 20.Attending ritt, Orlando and ten grand chil suddenly Friday.A Roehrich, Catherine Sabetto, IX THE COUNTY JUDGK'SrorRT. FLO-: "
Overstreet Jr., 17 aboard' Fred Mc- away Sharon Samuel, Susan Schield, OSCEOLA COUNTY i
Murray Struck on HighwayRoy Calif., Dec. will be dren. native of Kalkaska. Michigan RIDA. :-
Bill Johnston, Raymond Lates. j the aircraft carrier USS Oris- Daniel, chamber manager; Bill i The body will be forwarded to Kissimmeeto Mary Jo Schreckengast, Peggy IN RE: ESTATE OF
M. Carricelli, 27, was seriously t he moved from JAMES ELMER DOUGHTY.
Skinner, Betty
Jeannie
Ed Grissom Jr., six months in the committee Simpson R..
after
; funeral
Reception kany for ,
when i Prather legislative i :Marshall Michigan DeceasedNOT1CK
injured ,Friday night Orlando 16 years ago. Kay Smith, Brenda Smith, Hannah CREDITORSTO :..
chairman: ; Dr. Darrow Getty Western Pacific. president. services and interment by the maker TO
Al Cody,
struck by a car driven by Frank I He was a retired pattern Smith, Sandy Smith, Sharon ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES '
I Henry Simmons, mvood; Lupo, Miller, the sheriff reported. ,I j Highlights of the cruise in- j; Riedel Funeral Home of KissimI and was a member of the Speirs. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PERSONS ;.
Nancy
Smith CLAIMS OR DE- .
Earl Lupfer Carricelli, who was walking eluded visits to the ports of HC'nrykGinnes: has arrived I\ Methodist Church and the Michigan -I' Linda Staats, Erma Stahl, MANDS HAVING AGAINST SAID ESTATE ',.

Inter club relations Charles along the highway with his wife. Manila and Subic Bay in the horn his home at West Virginiato : BUY FROM THE Club, Orlando. Joann Stalilonis, Susan Stalnak- You and each of you are hereby rf,
to present
Dixon and Gus Lurie, cu partially stepped on to the road | Philippines; Hong Kong, Yok- spend the remainder of the ; GAZETTE ADVERTISERS Survivors include his wife Cor- er, Marie Stanko, Cathy Stewart any notified claims and which required you. or either ..I'

chairmen; Dorsey Prescott, Miller said. I! osuka. Japan; and Hawaii. winter at the Tropical Hotel. dclle Dennison One son, Douglas I Robyn Story. Sharon Tell eteller, I of you.of James may have Elmer against Doughty the deceased estate - V-:
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Dennison, Ann Arbor Michigan Patsy Thacker Polly ThaCKer, late of Osceola County. Florida .-

F One daughter, Marjorie Dennison Frances Wasden Kathy Wells, County. to at the his County office Judge In the of Courthouse said-

: TODAY! !! Chicago, Two step daughters I Maureen Wells, Nancy Whaley, at Kissimmee. Florida. within

; STARTING Louise K. Peterson and Also Vivian four Charlotte White Judy Williams, date six of calendar the first publication months from of this the!

I Rich! both Orlando Linda Williams, Elaine Willis, notice. Each claim or demand must .
grandchildren. I Janet Winston, be In writing: and must state the
Sherryon Willis, of of the claimantand
heldat 1 place
Funeral services were Rebecca yant and Carol Wy- must residence to by the claim ,
11 A.M Monday from the II ant. his agent or attorney or the '.
Chapel with the Rev. song. same will become void according
1. Grissom to law.
John Briley minister of the First1 This the 4th day of January' 1963 I-
NOTICES
LEGAL I
i sEVELYN L. BRUCKEvelyn
Methodist Church, I L. Brucker AdminIstra "
FORD DEALER ANNUAL ... Casketbearers were Messis. I trlx of the Estate of ,
IIN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. deceased F
I James Elmer Doughty
Richard Y. Carswell J S. Dur- OSCEOLA COUNTY, Murray W Overstreet.. Jr ,.

. and. J. A Haughton, C. A. John- FLORIDA.IN RE ESTATE. OF Attorney oI9'lAdmlnlstratrlxKlsslmmE't.

son. E. E. McGonigal, Thomas J. ROBERT W. FORD Deceased. P O. Box' Florida
Peterson, Jimmie Prater. Inter NOTICE TO CREDITORS Jan. 10. 17. 24 31, 1963.
TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES
INTEPECIALS ment followed in Rose Hill Ceme- DISTRIBUTEES, AND ALL PER-

-.... tery,Grissom Funeral Home-,was SONS HAVING AGAINST s' DST A DEMANDS Flowers For All Occasions ...
-Nt' I in charge of arrangements: ;: YOU AND EACH OF YOU are i
t: j jI. hereby notified and required to pre- ELLIE HUGH'S
/ sent any claims which you. or
j Jimmie Tucke Died either of you. may have againstthe A' FLORIST
estate of Robert W. Ford de- i
ceased late of Osceola County, \
At Panama City Florida to the County Judge ol tt HWMWAY .47-4S !
said county at his office In the I
Courthouse at Kissimmee, Florida I -
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Jimmie Jay Tucker, son of Mr. within six calendar months from
of the first publication of ,
the date
and Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, passed this Notice. Each claim or demand Christian Science
away Sunday at Panama City. must be In writing and must state I
of the claim- Society
the place of residence
Services were held at Madison to by the
ant and must be sworn loch Wednesday p. m.
: Tuesday afternoon.He rlalmant. his agent or attorney. or 309 N. Randolph
will become void according -
the same
received his education in to law. Seeder 5trYic. 11 ....
COLD COLD Kissimmee until entering the University This the 3rd day of January. 1963. I Seeder fchaol. . . . ':30..*.

IT'S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN !I JUST LIKE LAST YEAR IT'S COLD, lumber of business Florida.with He was headquarters in the- LOTTIE Executrix P.of FORD the Estate of I


COMING DOWN SOUTH in Panama City and was .,.
UP NORTH AND EXTRA SHIPMENTS OF BRAND-NEW FORDS-ARE steward of the Methodist Church KISSIMMEE FURNITURE


. All PRICED TO MOVE APPETIZING SAVINGS FOR YOU !I IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES. Vlwre.He is survived by his wife and CLOSE OUT

one sonThe

LIKE HURRY IN NOW AND GET YOUR TEETH INTO A BARGAIN !I Tuckers were residents of
EQUIPPED JUST AS YOU Kissimmee for many years. J. CLOTHES DRYER

Wade Tucker was in the lumber

business and built the Ivey home SPECIAL NEW ABC OMATIC MODEL DE-105

from cypress from his own mill.

Reg. M 69" Now $2995
for Falcon and
Swap a Judy Tindall To .

save! Choose from 15 ONE YEAR WARRANTY
Wed John P. MonellThe
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She is the daughter of Richard

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ceola High School and is employed FOR YOU -

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Monell and also graduated from L. ReynoldsFor

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For Pete Hunt Retires The IGssimmee. CapttP. Kissimm e. FJnrida 'Mm r' Tan: 17 1oi't 7
1.| (Continued frwm page 1)1 I Casting.Call i
'"Angel Street" 'Committee OfficePete SAVE qT
Elt'C'tiie.lr.. and Mrs. Sam I' chairman
retired
Hunt has as
Lupfer, Bill Makinson, Margie's I I I A casting period for the .fi vej irnrnm
the Action Committee.
of ;
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roles in "Angel Street", the Foot- .
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Diner Mary Carter Paint '
Hunt was one of the foundersof
Store, McCrory' Store, light Theatre Guild's third production the committee which was set No Other
of the ,!
Mr. and J1\Irs. W. E. Melit- current season Beef
to make ready cash avail-
up Could
announced ,
shka.Moore.Mr.Jr..and Orange Mrs.Gardens K. C.: was Barry Mount.by the play'sdirector J j able for worthy projects includ- Be So

Appointments for individual,in-] ing industrial developments
Bird Gar-
Sanctuary Orange
vice
Horace Phipps chairman
dens Civic Association, Osce-: terviews may be made by con-;
ola Shopper Panning Lumber tacting the director, or his as becomes head of the group.
Company Charles W. Parsons sistant Kirk Anders, any time McCree Will Lw' lUBALLY .J
Partin Jewelers, Mr. and after 3 p.m. on January 18th .
Mrs. Frank Pyle, 19th or 20th. The completed cast Address BuildersThe TENDEB
Carl W. Riedel, Ritter Plas- will be announced in the January24th Osceola County Builder's;
tics, Inc., Rotary Club of Kis- edition of the Gazette. Association will hold a barbecue AO opSTOAS SIRLOIN '
simmee, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Yacht
dinner at the Tohopekaliga
Schumaker, Shore's Men's Local Masons To Club at 7:30 p.m. Friday Jan- SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS
Wear,Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Sim-
mons, Spencer Tile, Starling Serve Oyster Stew uary 18. Can Hams 4 LB. CAN $2.99
will be the
W. A. McCree Steak
Chevrolet, Inc., Tarcai Feed BRAUNSCHWEIGER or
Charles C. Lovell, district dep-
speaker.
guest
and Farm Supply. uty grand master of the 16th Masonic Chunk Bologna u,. 39< lb. 881 .5
will make of- Birth AnnouncementMr.
District an 25 FREE STAMPS With CHOPPED, SHAPED
Episcopal Church To ficial visit to Orange Blossom FULL CUT ROUND
Lodge No. 80 F&AM on Mon-. and Mrs. James J. John- Cubed Steaks 10FOM$1.
Hold Parish MeetingThe day, January 21. son announce the birth of a SUNNYLAND HOT or MILD FRESH
annual parish meeting of The meeting will start at 1:00 daughter, Carol Ann, December27th.
the St. John's Episcopal Church 1 p.m. and work will be in the Entered She weighed in at six Pork Sausage . L.. 39# Steak
will be held Thursday, January Apprentice Degree.An pounds 13 ounces. : GROUPER
17th at 6:30 pm. in the parish oyster stew will be served Mrs. Johnson is the former Fish Fillets . u.. 390 88 ,
hall on North Bermuda Ave. and all Masons in the area are Dorene Higley.
PALMETTO FARMS ((25 FREE Stamps) T-BONE
Important business will be invited to attend.
transacted, the vestry elected Word was received here this, Meet Monday NightThe Pimento Cheese M-> CUP 590
and goals set for 1963.A week of the death of H. J. Elliott SUPERBRAND
First
of the
covered dish supper will be. who passed away at Newark, United Bethany Presbyterian Circle Church will Cottage Cheese .. Steak
served preceding the meeting. Ohio He had spent more than I-U CUP ;
Movies"will be shown the children 28 winters here at the BrahmanInn. meet at eight o'clock Monda OLD FASHIONED Ib.Ib. 98
evening in the educational buildIng ,
during the business session. with Mrs. Carl Kenton con- Daisy Cheese Li. 49 CHUCK

SALES-SERVICEELECTRICAL ducting the business meeting.Mrs. .
. Radio andTV APPLIANCES' Ralph Rupert will presentthe __i1EI
and asks that each
COMTUTE HOME FUtNBMNGS member program bring her Bible. 50 Free Top Value R

FURNITURE CO. Mrs. Mary Richardson and WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF 0 a sf.
PARKS Kn\mm\ St.Owl Mrs. Frank Benjamin will be Two 2-LB. PKC.. IDAHO VALLEY 5 91
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the hostesses. Frozen French Fries .t< SHORT .

Methodist Women GOOD THRU JANUARY liTH
AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
1961 PONTIAC TEMPEST 4-Dr. Low Mileageand Continue StudyOn 1
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showroom clean. Has air-conditioner, radio Ribs
January 22 the Study of the
and heater. Auto. trans. Color white with red in- Rim of Asia will be held from rb.39
terior. S1795I960 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the educational y
of the '
building First Methodist
Church.: 50 Free Top Value Stamps i
Formosa is the subject of WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF Beef
DODGE 4Dr. PIONEER. 6 cyl. Torqueflite study Mrs. Gordon Scott who Two Pits*. RICH'S FROZEN Plate Stew
\ '
trans.. Radio, heater. $1495 lived on Formosa two years and Chocolate Eclairs EXTRA 15. 29;
recently returned will speak of .. LEAN BEEF
the people, their education, cul- 0000 THRU JANUARY liTH, :
ture and economy. AT ANY WINN-DIXIE i
Boneless
1959 PONTIAC 2-dr, auto., trans. Heater. A Mrs. Vera Murphy and Miss 2 1 .. Stew
Real Buy at $1295 Elaine McPherson will i also WI. 69
speak.Mrs. H. F. McPherson will 1IIIIIIII..11. EXTRA LEAN FRESH ; 1
conduct the devotionals.All *
ladies of the church are -. -

1960 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4-Dr. Hardtop, urged to attend and to invite GOLD MEDAL : wound eef '

power-steering, ,power brakes. Radio, heater. their friends. PLAIN SELF-RISING 5 u.PICa. 199I
Power Windows, low mileage. $1695 or .

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Very clean i ASTOR POLYUNSATURATED . lava 16 Limit 1 with $5.00 food ordarMB.

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13,000 miles. See this beauty. Only 1
Milk.
$1895 Smartest Ztiickeoa or dinntr rendex- Dry . AiUkaf.W Quarts .591
bore ill Central Florid Delight Limit 1 with $5.00 food order,
All Cars Sold With 12-AJontn Guaranteed Joar faMly . honor your gutttt S .
VAN CAMP Save 10* Can
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Th Kissltnmee, Gazette Kissimmee, Florida Thurs. Jan. 17

Police) : Report Shows ORANGE GARDENJOTTINGS Plans For Antique, .


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30 % Increase in 1962 By ANNA J. REYNOLDS Art Show CompletedMrs. rthatezuia


Complaints to the police department clerk, and two clerical workers, -
ladies of the Cancer Dress A woman visited a psychiatristand
and arrests ,made by Best reported.As The Margaret Bast, chairman reserved for items that are to be
a: pleaded "You have to help I
the officers here increased about to arrests, the report show- ing Group have accomplished : of the planning committee and on sale. II anyone wishes to sell
Cancer CUp husband; He has delusions u. t By BETTY EBY
deal the
for my
30 pet.. during the past year, a ed that 60 pet of these: were great Mrs. William Davis, her cochairman items during the two days, information -
report by Police Chief Bob Best white persons. 97 pet were board at the Public Health Office. and thinks he's a horse.OfAfter announce that plans for may be obtained by
attendance for the subjecting the patient to
shows. males; 30 pet. were persons The average the first Antique and Art Showto writing to P.O. Box 568, Kissim-
18. extensive tests, the psychiatristsaid
The:report shows that in 1961 more than 45 )ears old; 20 pet. ten meetings during 1962 was I be held in Osceola County mee, Florida A 10 percent commission -
articles. to the woman: "I think
turned out 3,740
the .department received 1,432 were between 40 and 45; 15 pet. This They number includes pads of!can cure your husband Madam-, have been completed. Mrs. Bast will be charged by the Birthday congratulations this Kissimmee Hospital.

complaints, whereas in 1962 the were from 30 to 40; 15 pet. were various sizes and 3,123 gauze:but it will cost a lot of money." said yesterday that the show will dealers selling articles in this week are being sent to Don Mil- Mr. and Mrs. Ttnis
number rose to 1,930, an increaseof from 25 to 30 and 20 were be held February 9th and 10th section.
; pet dressings, folded and wrapped in "Oh, money is no object," she ler, Skipper Logsdon, Harvey of Scotfa, New York
;34. petArrests under 25.During. of five each. These:quickly replied. "He just won the in the former Tarcai store located White elephant items are need- Jones, Alice LittieCeld, Reed Ber jag the winter at 22 &
packages
in 1961 numbered 495. latter are sterilized at a local:Kentucky Derby." . at Main and Vine streets. ed for a special sale to raise linsky, Ed Whaley, Jill Kbler. Ave.
and last year they totaled 695. the year. 45 cases involving of The show will be open to the money for the Osceola County Ruth Herrl>erg, Butch Colbum. MrM and Mrs. Ralph

an.increase of about 30 pet. The juveniles were handled.Of hospital American The Osceola Cancer Society Chapter furnishes public from 1 p-m. to 8 p.m. both Cultural Center that is to be builtin Muriel Frazer, Ash Tanner Riley Danvers, Maaaochu
the
departmenf is manned by a these 25 were white boys, 14 cellulose and Garden days. Objects of art and histori- the county in the near future. Miles, Fred Littlefield, Marie spending the winter mor

chief a detective, eight uniformed negro boys; six were white girls. the Out workers padding and interested II cal interest will be shown as wellas Guards will be stationed at the Allen, June Gunn, Joy Roberson, Verona Ave.
The offenses from gauze. collections, paintings and an- show round the clock during the
patrol officers one uniformed run runaway furnish news- Club Bertha Carpenter, Youel Johnson Blake MaktesenRohde
parking meter officer, one desk to auto larceny. papers,friends freezer paper the and old I News I tiques. A special section will be time the building is occupied feel by Carl Jonsson, A. C Jonsson, Ken have returned t
the show so that all may Frederick Schmidt,
Barrette,
white material of which bed pads Alice Smart, of the Florida : safe about lending their artifactsfor Military Academy
LETTERTO Vera Gismondi Sharon Edwards
The attendance at our the Christmas hottdoys
made.
Communism Stubbed are Nursery and Landscape Co. says,I display. The displays will be
I Walter Bohannon, Nat Manning.
last three meetings has Increasedto THE EDITOR committee parents, Mr. and M
"Do make a 'note to prune between insured by the againstloss Karen Wilbanks Jeffrey Hether-
of 27 workers. We Makinson and Mr.
an average "
March 15th and April 1st. or damage.
January 14 1963. ington. (Ann Hasty. Mercer H. Rohde.
hi U sworthwhile' ,
invite others to join us II
Some of the items to be shown
project (The ladiesof Good advice, as there may still TO THE EDITOR: Lawler, Vaughn Nelson W. CReed Mrs. Don Egbert aac
Toe Told be a freeze at the full moon in I On behalf of. Kissimmee :include: quilts, old books and Harold Aultman Robert
Rotary this group are to be COngratu- button collections, Susan of Die City
lated on the wonderful work they February. Elks Lodge No. 1873, and in i music, guns, Gehrett Turner Wallis and Doc I weekend with Mrs El
Camellias, Azaleas and Gardenias I conjunction with the observ- i old money, musical instruments, Patrick. Best wishes to each of
lard her Ls
are doing and let us hope that I' I I at home on
fie of Communism all make wonderful cold dishes, clocks, baby carriages
the
ways shrining the Unknown Soldier. "It to ance of "National Freedom you
all of will do all we can
stubbed its toe most badly has is a great service", he said, "to in us this most wonderful weather plants in central Flor- Week," January 14th to 19th, I umbrellas, fancy linens, old autos. Mrs. Rena Atkin entertained at Mrs Lee Baker had

been the least publicized, according the mothers and wives whose help work!) ida. Let your landscape planning I j I old toys, antiques of all kinds I a dinner at her home honoring recently Mr. and Mrs. '.
to Robert Fisk Cloud include these. express and paintings by local artists. of and ( of Jamestown, N
St. men were missing in action. Twenty-four Orange Gardens i i the 12th anniversary Mr. any
funeral director.He Each of them can feel that possibly folks enjoyed a "fun shuffle- And speaking of Camellias, our sincerest best wishes and The committee urgently requests -I Mrs. Wlbner Dunsmore. Mr and Mrs. Morris
told there will not be a Camellia I that items be brought in of Granville New Yori
Kissimmee Rotary Club it's her own who is buried board" last Saturday after- congratulations. I Mrs. Harry Botto of Bradentoni '
that 'man is, always was, and there." noon. As game the name implies, it show this year due to the freeze During the past year, the for[ display and if you have a i I visited John Cadel last week. and Mrs Max Hunter

always will be, a ceremonial be- Fisk is with Eiselstein Fisk informal in but Sanlando Springs Nurserywill I Kissimmee Gazette has served transportation problem if the 'I Mr. Cadel is a patient at the land.
".. was strictly .an game have display of blooms. for the good and for item is too large for you to handle I
ing";-and there are some cere- and Journigan, St. Cloud. the true sense of the word. Both a I the bet
monials like christening, marriage Feb. 16 and 17. terment of our communitiesand the committee will assist
the players as well as spectators THEKISSIMMEE
and funeral that humanityjust in The Executive Board of the of our County at large.In with that part. Deadline for

won't give up. So, he said, TEMPERATURESDATE enjoyed a sociable gathering Kissimmee Garden Club met its pages, the Kissimmee items to be registered for the GAZ!

"both Russia and Red China triedto II L R the nice warm sunshiny day. Wednesday, Jan. 9th, at the homeof Gazette recorded. the doings show is January 21st. A catalogue .OIp

get their people to give up Tuell. J.8 ':o.as 0 There are four new shuffle- Mrs. Mary Gardener. The within our two cities, among of the items on display is j -

their funeral customs. Wed. t.9 ----.64 35 0 board courts which afford more to Therapy chairman reported tray them the activities of our civic being printed and all nefcessary j I NN( : A...... H. Perrj X.wa.a!

"The Chinese built cremator. Thur. 1.10 70 3'7 0 opportunity for larger groups : favors floral pieces trinket boxes and fraternal organizations, information about them and the m
0 enjoy .,nice open air gatheringseither such as the Kissimmee Elks show Should be in by that date. Offices 24-26 Stewart Ay
ies all over the nation. But the Fri. 1.11 75 4S bed jackets, and slipperswere h :
as players or spectators.
people resisted. To them, burn Sat. 1.12 75 45 0 taken to the hospitals and Lodge.In Telephone 847-2881

ing 'was the way to dispose of Sun. 1.13 nn 75 46 0 Miss Janet Easdale recently nursing homes during the holi- view of the ideological Trinity Lutherans SON

trash and they would not have lUOD. I.U n 83 51 0 returned to her home on. Orange days. struggle throughout the world Obsrve AnniversaryTrinity Entered *. Second Class Mall
their dead Jan. 23.25 Garden Club short our Order is dedicated more
thus disposed of. a
in the Post Office at Klsalmm
Blvd. after to Washington
trip Lutheran held
a Church
"So the Communists had to Quartet To SingRev. course is being held at the Uni- than ever to sincere patriot
ism and its annual congregational meet 1!
settle finally for deep burial- CUf Key and a male D.C.Mr. versity of Miami. Flower arrang- positive anticommunism Published Thursdays at Kissimmee Florida
in defense of our free, in- ing last Sunday after the morn-|
ing III will be offeredas
three Primary
two, or in one grave. And quartet from Trevecca Nazarene
and Mrs. Archie Roe have
: stitutions. Our free ing worship. The pastor, the
in .RuSsia there's just one crematory College, Nashville, Tennessee, will returned to their home on 1702 well as talks on Orchids, and press is ) LEO SC1IU MAKER
insecticides. a vital and integral part of Rev. Henry Young, reported 3
Tours of
now. present the special service at the gardensare
Janet St. after several months'stay i Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION
the whole environment of substantial growth in the comrrymicant -
also .
Fish also offered an explanation Church of The Nazarene on Sat- in California. planned.Feb.
,:of the honor officially paidto urday, January 19th, at 7:30 p.m. 25-March 2, the 'Orlando "freedom to which we are fighting and baptized membership -, RATESSix
preserve. As a principal of the church. The!
bringing back burying and en- Everyone is invited to attend. Garden Club flower show, to be .
Mr. Charles Dowd of 1622 Oak months $2.50 $1
$4.00
one two ,
held at the Auditorium. The exponent and practitioner of many improvements that have! ; year ; yean
St. is a patient at, a local hos our
CARD OF THANKS Theme, Carousel of Colors, Hues I Constitutionally guaran- been made in the church building
CARD OF THANKSI teed right to freedom of and on the church grounds;
The family of Norman H. and Tunes of the Times.
Cummings wishes to extend am sincerely grateful to pital.Mr. Mr. Dick Pope, Cypress Gard- speech and expression, an un- this past year were noted by.
friends and neighbors for their and Mrs. Arthur James fettered press is one of our II ,
their George Siegel, chairman of! R aao
the: deepest gratitude to ens is offering tours to Garden. '
kind acts of' recently returned to their homeon most effective of
sympathy means safe-
many friends, organizations many Clubs at a reduced rate. the Property and Management!*
Rev Handell Brown and during my sad bereavement, 1710 Orange Blvd. after visit. Mrs. June Gunn announced the t' guarding all our liberties; By Committee. '
the Elks Lodge, ing with friends and relatives in manifesting our r
especially support of
Riedel Funeral Home for their book "Exotica" will be delivered Walter Watkins reported for
!'
American Legion, Rev. Wen- and around Spartanburg S.C. your newspaper, we acknowledge !
thoughtfulness and kindness I before the flower show. the Education Committee and.
dall Hainlin and Riedel Funeral our nation's free
shown us during our recent Gloriosa Circle members are pressas Richard Guelde for the Stewardship
Home. My appreciationcannot The next meeting of the Needle one of the mainstays of
bereavement.. reminded to meet at the Whin- Committee. John Schue:
be adequately express work Guild will be on Tuesday our democratic society in its (
Betha T. Cummings Dixie parking lot at noon Friday tzner reported on the activities -
many
fight |
I against the forces
ed. Jan. 22, in Orange Gardens Com- of international
Clifford E Cummings Jan 18th. The will of the and I
group Evangelism
, Mrs. Jack Perkins munity Bldg. at 10:00 a.m. The i communism.The .
+
Harley C. Cummings various groups of workers do a I then proceed to Apopka. members of Kissimmee Worship Co 4mittee. The Trea- '. 0 wtzIt.s .

.,.... . .. .- marvelous job in providing gar- The Rose Circle met Thursday.Jan. I Elks Lodge No. 1873, wish,to surer's report for ,the year
-_ 1'" '. ad... _ ',. sic.r ments for The patients in hospitals 10th, with Mrs.. Ralph Porter -.i extend to you sand to your 1962 was given by* Alois Eck r;
and other'Welfare organiza co-hostesses, Mrs. Roy Han- 1 staff their gratitude and their mann. A resolution regardingthe

.x sel and Mrs. Fred Thrush. Mrs. !appreciation for all that financial program of the
L tions. They can always use additional you
Fred Althouse the For clean, odorless, even heating, you Just car
workers. All you need to presented program have done during the past church for the present year was
become a member is to bring telling them how to make I year for our communities and brought before the congregation improve on Green's Fuel Gas heating appliance

compost. Don't throw any kitchen also for our Lodge. And by the Gen. El- Whether choose
i needle and thread and materialwill I they secretary,. you central heating, vented wa
Freedom Of Choice greens, peelings or citrus I all join me in wishing Littell.
be provided. (And bring A you, mer heaters, or other approved types of space boa
Friend!) peel away. These, can go into your staff and your newspa The work of the Women of I
Under absolutely no conditions I the compost, along with leaves f per the best of luck and success the Church was reported by I ing, there Is no heating like gas heating wit

does the choice of the funeral Mr.: and Mrs. Clyde Stayr from I i and grass cuttings;, Include ashes }- in the coming year! Mrs. Henry Young It was revealed Green's Fuel Gas.
from wood trash and charcoal
I Sincerely and Fraternally
Huntingdon. Pa., Mrs. Eva that this year there willi
rest with anyone other derson from Bradenton, I grills. A hole 'in the ground yours,. be two circles for the women's,'

family requiring his Helen Henderson An-I,may be used as a bed. or makea I BODO KIRCHOFF, GREENS
from group; one meeting in the evening -i FUEL r
.tidirector Regardless of the cir Miss Trudel Henning of Long I pit with concrete blocks. If I Exalted Ruler Kissim and the other in the morn-, t 1 /
I I
oak leaves included Elks
: land N.Y. are use a mee LodgeNo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray- ing.
it is to i i,
your right commercial product to counteract 1873.
mond
Butler and Mrs. Butler'smother Final plans for the ,
call the funeral director of your from Kings Park L.I. the acidity, such as Dola- I gational Fellowship Dinner congre-to1
MtMftER.TMi .
mite. Wet down and cover witha ed a workshop on miniature ar-
own choice.RlEDEL. visited with Miss Marjorie Fish be held at the church this Wed-!
.OftDt a I
thin layer of soil. Make two rrngements.: She explained that
and Miss Edith of 1723 PARKS '
OF. TMC6OUXH Spencer nesday evening were announced . FURNITURE C'' :
be the fundamentals
"making"and to
Oak piles, so one can same apply
ROLLill St. during the past week. : by Mrs. William Timmerman. -:
one can be used. Then use !miniatures that apply to any ar- "See Us For Your
,' '! Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE
ONCE OVER LIGHTLY it in all plantings of shrubberyand rangement. Each member pre
:
A little boy was watching trees. Mrs. Althouse suggested i pared an arrangement, at the observe Trinity the Lutheran first Church will' ST. CLd

while the i! using peat moss for seedling. :close of the workshop a display anniversary i 847-4171 892-20
quietly repairman was
I of the dedication of its church
24 HOUt meAMuLANCE the small I set for admiration and
trying to fix our television set. flats, broadcasting was up, I
IO7 EMMETT STREET seed. Poppies- should be planted constructive criticism.
suva KISSIMMEE '. FLORIDA It was a long session with no
results. Finally the youngster volunteered where they will be grown, as The beautification chairman reported -

: "I bet it would workif t they do not transplant. the recent freeze damaged : i

Phone you'd clean out all those dead Future planning includes a plants at the cemetery en-' : . -

647-3188: cowboys in the bottom!" field trip to Cypress Gardens. trances. A work day was planned

The Hibiscus Circle met Thurs- ,for Saturday, Jan. 12. r....

Then there was a lady who day also, with Mrs. Roy Reisen I Now is the time to- ",.

had worked for 40 years in a Mrs Stetson Tarver and Mrs. Feed the birds, as the freeze :

clock factory and had wound 80 :Leroy Krum as co-hostesses. I'destroyed some of, their sources '

million watches. I Their program was in two.parts. )f food. If Wide-Track is as hot as

"The work ever became mono- (Mrs. Robert Ford demonstrated I Put annuals out now to help r .

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ClubCelebrates 1 1 I Silver Spurs Plans I The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee. Florida, Thurs. Jan. 17. 1963 ;,
Brahman Inn Doubles J
Elementary School News I II I
BirthdayT Parade Meeting and Mae Johns on Sunday.

There will be a Silver Spurs ALL AROUND I I Mrs Martha Webb and family
h'e KIssimmee Woman's Rodeo Parade meeting on Tues I By Peggy BradburyMrs. I Winners Announced II I I have had as guests her daughter.

Club celebrated their first anniversary -' day eve at 7:30 p.m., January I KENANSVILLEBy Mae Robert from Kentucky anti

in the new club 22nd at the Kissimmee Chamberof by CLIFF KXOWLES and Ercell Wright Kissimmee. Mrs. Webb's mere: and husband
June Bond attended the "Someone me a new snow BassA
gave Betty
house Tuesday.A Commerce. Fifteen Florida shuffleboardclubs was victors over St. Cloud's Jack. Minnie and Lucien Allen and
Florida Music Educators Asoia- suit who did not know how bigI
delicious fish dinner was Anyone, other than the Com- of North and Central Districts Jroughton and Guy Vessey, the their daughter and son-in-law
tion Annual Clinic at Daytona am. The only one who could
served at noon. Mrs. C. W. mittee, interested in the route Beach. Mrs. Bond teaches music wear it was my daddy." participated in the Fifth latter receiving the runners-up bridal shower was given or Edna and Jimmy all from Ohio
Conley chairman, was assist. Annual Doubles January 11 and prize. for the past week.
Floats, etc., are welcome to attend to grades four. fiand six. ; Boy: Mrs. Elliott, will you Monday morning by Mrs. None
ed by Mrs. Bertha Westbrook, this meeting. 12, sponsored by the BrahmanInn Kissimmee also had first award Wilson for her sister Miss Bren Elvie Lee Peterson and Reba
To date ?
there have been no please read my book to me I
Mrs. Steelman Mrs. of Kissimmee. winners in the Ladies' consolation Wallace came from Tampa on
Borden Floats horses and horse drawn serious accidents occurring at, Teacher Did anyone read it :ia Mcllvoy. Attending were tht
Maude William s, Mrs. Hilpa vehicles are welcome to be in our school. We are very proud to you at home? Seventy four teams contestedfor when team of Elsie Crowley and Mmes. Lois Harvey Ann Mate Sunday to visit their fattier and

Pryor, Mrs. C. L. Bennett ant this parade which will be stagedat of this safety record. Of course! Boy: Yes, my brother, but he the coveted trophies. Top Eva Borghi bested Zephyrhill's Leona Morgan Bettk?'Bass Fay brothei and family. Rita Babdrn
Mrs. Bob Bobroff. winning team in the main events Lillian Wildes and Ad- returned to Tampa with them
10:00: a.m., Saturday Febru- there have been the skinned is the lousiest reader you ever opponents. Meil oy. Pearl Elliott Sarah Ke
Mrs. Fred Conard, president. ary 23rd. knees scraped elbows, and the (men): Ed ShriverChester Bradley IP Ubben. nan, Dorothy Louis and Miss Linda Mr and Mrs Gene Cole and

presided over business meet- The Rodeo will be held February mercurochrome: and Band-Aids saw.Robin Parker and Roy Rhodes of Winter Haven Shuffleboard Mcllvoy. daughter and Mr and Mrs. R. L

ing which followed. Mrs. Geor- 22nd. 23rd and 24th at 2:30: have appeared. Teachers con- have enrolled in Mrs. Jean Donahue's club Second prize was Defense Office The wadding of Miss Brenda Cole and son all of Tampa spent

gia Shaver led the devotions.She pm daily. stantly teach safety and stress level eight class. copped by duo of Arthur Perkins Mcllvoy. daughter of Mr. ancMrs weekend with their uncle and

read selections chosen safe play ground activities. These original stories came and II. Dinius, Sebring. Raps ProgramIt Harry Mcllvoy of Arkansas family. Mr. and Mrs J. D.

thoughtfully to close the old WSCS and Guild To Next Monday, January 21, there from Mrs. Donahue's room Teams of Fred Brennfleck- has come to the attentionof and KenansviUe. and Theo Eden Si evens.

year, and looking forward to will be a Semester break. This My father is a hard workingman I, George McGaughnyi: St. Cloud the Osceol County Civil fie+d, son of Mr. and Mrs. EddiE Mrs Ada Eagertoa of Orlando

a bright and happy new one. Hold Joint Meeting will be a holiday for the children and he is a good father. and F. Fleury Norman Flora, Se- Defense Office that an out- Erienf&d of Plant City was and formerly of Kcnamville vis!!

Mrs. Gwen Murphy and Mrs. I I The WSCS and Wesleyan Guild but a work day for teach- My mother is good to me and I bring, captured third and fourth of-county radio station has solemnized: at eight in the even ted Mr and Mrs. Mack: Weaveron

Peggy Bradbury local teachers of the First Methodist Church love my mother and father. By awards respectively.In been soliciting advertising by I ing. January 7. at the Mclrvov Sunday. and
introduced will hold joint Monday ers.The Turner the Ladies' Main Events telephone and home Rev Charlie Vickers Mrs. Effie McLaughlin
were by Mrs. a meeting boys and girls in Mrs. Wallis. stating that the per
Mary Gardner. Mrs. Murphy night in the educational building. George Bast, Jr.'s level one room The toy I like best is a rubber Kissimee's duo of Laura Hansen Osceola County Civil Defense formed the ceremony. Mrs Mae Newton visited their

sang "Rest Thee Jesus" accompanied The Guild will be hostess and are .now using pencils and writ- worm. I use it for my fishing i and Grace Holcomb were top Office has endorsed their More than thirty guests attended brother. Roy Eubank Goldenrod, who bn is

by Mrs. Gardner at will)) present Mrs Vera Murphyas ing on lined paper. I rod. I never did catch anything i winners. Irma Shriver and Myrtle project. the wadding and reception seriously. Ul at

the piano and Mrs. Bradbury speaker for the evening. Mrs. Louise Elliott's first year but I still like him. One day I Harris captured second place The Osceola County Civil which followed. Sunday.Mr
Kentucky
violinist. group are correlating thinking,! thought I lost bun but I finally I prize which will be given haven Defense Office has never ask Mr. and Mrs. Edenfield are Boyd Roach

Mrs. D. S. Smith of the Ce- ETHICAL FELLOWSHIP reading writing number problems -!found him in my dresser. By Art : in Winter Haven. ed for, nor has it authorized making their home near Lake' who has been spgndtng hi.in
I I Della Wernert and Freda Patterson to ask for its tern here lor the past sevenyears
anyone
rebral drawing and coloring in Logsdon.The programs Marion
Palsy Center at Orlando Ethical of Kis
The Fellowship has rrtttrwd with' his
,
the of Eskimos. I like best "')f St Cloud Trailer Courts to be sponsored by commercial Mrs. is'
talked about the work at simmee will meet at the Orange study Reference I toy is my luger. I r Visiting Faye Mcllvoy bride
the center. The public is 'Invited books and pictures have been I That is a gun. The toy Lennie bagged third place award. Fourth I advertising in newspapers lifT son Herbert Mcllvoy. from

to visit the center at any time I Gardens at 7:30 Community Building t brought in by the children, Mrs. i likes best is his truck. The next I place trophy was copped by Kis I radio or TV. Newport Arkansas He plans! to
Sunday .
and see the work p.m Bast's class, also studying Eskimos I toy is my fanner 50. My luger i simmee team of Ella Horning I Major Edward J. Smith move: his family to Ft Pierre in
will be
going
onhere. Dr. George Beauchamp I
were invited to join Mrs. I Is an Army gun and my fanner and Babe Lemenager.In county director, stated that a few weeks. SOUTH TRAIL
the speaker for the evening. Elliott's 50 is Ii the men's consolation play- the Osceola County Civil Defense -
Delicious refreshments group and see a film a cowboy gun. By Ricky Doc Stevens is home again
were I friends in :Joe Haxton. offs the team of Wayne Galbreath Office operates for ands
served John. Gustav Bachar- strip on our the frigid after spending two or three daysin
by Mrs. E. O. Johnson, Farmer DRIVE IN
north. I have a truck that I got for responsible to the County a Kissimmre hospital with injuries .
ach Curtis Reese and Robert
and
chairman her committee i Lutherans Commission
Marie Wooten in Mrs. Elliott's Christmas It is.a water truck. ] Grace who furnish the received in a freak acci ,
which was composed of Mmes. Ford. 4.class has mumps. ''And I like it best. It holds water. i i Install I budget for this purpose. Jnt at his home last week. THEATREORLANDO

These gems of wisdom were(I Would you like to have one? By { Officers I All Civil Defense information The George Arnold and Beton

gathered from this group: |I i Roy Rhodes. I At the is released to the various Robinson families got together FLA.
Sunday morning service
"This morning our old car i: On my way to school I walk of news outlets and they perform with Mr and Mrs. Pete Stride.i.nd LOCATKD 1 :MILE
WORK-SAVING i I Jan
STARCH j 13th the following
wereinstalled this
looked like Granddaddy bP-1 1 ii'by the Big B Food Store. I look-! as officers of Grace without cost.as a public service for a barbecue: on Saturday SOUTH OF SKY LAKE

cause it had icicles all over |Jed in the.window and saw a night) at the Robinson home. .
TK.I1I.TlIl'KS.
Lutheran (IN Tin
Church. St. Cloud G. In the of
/ "Where I went to school beforE:clown. It was a long-legged man. ; event an emergency Mr. and Mrs Glenn Baisden.Mr .
GIVES W. Pantke, president; L. H. Ben- the local radio station FHI.JAN.
YOUR IRON 'I'
.' r. I cam here we had a hardheaded It was funny to see a long-legged; and Mrs. Pete Strickland.
17 18
ning vice-president; D. Trainor. will operate on 1240 KC. as a -
girl in our class. When'! clown in a store. By Jack Brain- Cheryl Bass Alma Ayers, Charlie
treasurer: H R. CONELRAD "MANCHURIANCANDIDATE"
'I Vogler seci'etary station and accurate -
she was writing she went all! Vickers and Judy Lambert attended -
ard.The ;Elders, Dr. D E. information
I Cooper pertaining
G-Lt-mG POWER over the place. .in the ditches, I way I get to school is the Second Sunday Singat
rider, F Dwcyer and J. Fillhach. to Osceola County will be released -
under the bridges in rivers, and like this. Mother wakes me up Si Cloud The next meeting 7:00 19:16"WE'LL
___ I i On Wednesday evening, Jan. to the public.Beverage .
up in the sky." I and I go into the kitchen. I sit i is scheduled to meet at Lake BURY YOU"SAT.
Special tagrttfitRl,lndn,"ends"sticky Irtntag"- 16th, 7:30 p.m., the Adult Bible
One morning when Mrs. Elliott dQ11ith my eyes closed. Washington Baptist Church Eau
i I
prmirti .wnt-.k.! rmtnU Classes will
| scorch-nsistutI j resume The topic Dealers 9:t1/A
was explaining to the class that I II ,Mother gets the cereal out and Gallic
this Wednesday will) .. JAN. It
be "The
I things alike can be pat together!' says EAT! So I eat. Then when. Face RevocationState Mrs. Nellie Padgett and Mrs.
Starch new life new brightness I I'" j Hvmnal and It's Use in Church "TEENAGEMILLIONAIRE"
to add and I1 I
things unlike could get through go into my bed- I and Home." Director Lois Morgan who live near Lake
into clothes with I not be added together one child :I room. Then I get on my undergarments Beverage Okecchobce visited Hattie Bass
I
Thursday evening.. Jan 17th. Thomas E. Lee Jr., has ordered
said, "If you cross buzard and slip and then T
a my
Starch I I' 6-45 the Board of Elders 13 beverage licenses in 7:80 11:15"SUMMER
p.m. SHOP IN KISSIMMEE
I and a cow I don't know what my dress. I get my socks and
I will meet briefly prior to theVoter's Orange, Brevard, Lake Osce- LOVE"XM
! HOOD[ E-Z you might com up with." I II f shoes on. After that I go into SAND ROCK
I Assembly at 7:30 p.m. ola and Seminole Counties to
Boy: Is this good coloring? the bathroom and up and gel t
MORTAR
MIX
The spiritual and show why their licenses'should
physical growthof pause "HOT ROD GIRL"
Teacher: I think so, do ? the electric toothbrush and brush
I you I I the church will be under consideration not be suspended or STEEL & WIRE MESH
Coy; : Under one circumstance.I my teeth.I 1&:10
STARCH revoked for alleged beveragelaw -- -
did not have gray and I had I brush my hair and then I violations. SIJN. MOX.

: ( to use my pencil to color the i[I set my coat and go outside to I Among these is Brown's uwttnftnitill1ri JAN M, SI

----- J donkey. I.vait for the bus. I get on the I County Commission Derby 7 Lake Street, Kissim- "SOMETHING WILD""WAR
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some
my mee which faces four chargesof HUNT"
tide on Ill we come to one of To Meet Weekly
> ,, ' selling lottery tickets fora
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> I .he schools. We all get off and '
I County commissioners will i \I lottery commonly callec"Cuba"
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in to another bus. It at
{i stops 1! meet weekly to take of the or "Bolita" and pos-
care
"A TIME TO LOVE &
ROGERS BROS.CONTRACTORS he High School and then comes session of KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
I cwjnty's business. numerous lottery
o our school and I here. By
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I' I I They voted to do that rather tickets or evidence of a shareor A TIME TO DIE"

t' obin Parker. ;i, th..n have each member of the right in a lottery ticket, or "QUANTEZ"WHERE
a lotttery scheme or device, Phone: 847-3524
commission spend
I week
"Builder of Better Homes" .'I Re-elects a day a
KAST J at the courthpuse. for a lottery known as "Cuba"or
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: ; ; B Specializing In Home:',Constructionesin" i MacGHIivrov ToP st., .Bumhv.mo'vert.,t. that weekly "Bolita
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,f np #ng! .be n ld. They will be
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"4< A "'ci )> & Service ',:..! , -a.1.o x Esther Circle
Planning To
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: -. John:Mac;< illivray.:was .rcelec fc 1!1Of; .} ;\fond|vsrlstairjing at 10 'a.m,
01 Conventional Financing' t. ed president of the Kissimmco'j' Commissioners ., may ask the Meet MondayThe '-

Precision Construction a All States Tourist Club last Tues{I state legislature to enact a pay SAVE
Esther Circle of the Firs
I raise for themselves and a law
; day night.
Choice Building Sites
United Church will
which would permit zoning in Presbyterian
Others to serve for the coming
Competent Competitive Complete meet 21, at
i year are Louis Smith, vice president -Osceola County should the com- Monday January
2:00 at the home of Mrs YOUR
mission believe it needed. p.m.
PHONE 847-4639 ; Mrs. Lucy Hamlm, secie-
..- II These two items were briefly Norman Kriebel, 1718 Catherine
t lary and Mrs, Virginia Fish MONEY EARNS
Albert Rogers Murray Rogers i treasurer. I discussed when County Atty. Street in Orange Gardens.Dr. .

I| James Lee Harry Hudson and I Murray O\erstreet Jr. reminded Olive Fish will be co-hos-'

:-C I Commissioners the state legislature -
1 I Wayne Galbreath were electedI j

I to serv.i" directors.llHffNuhELtnlllluhItpiwllHyhx -'I j I commissioners meets in April.meets in April. tess.Moose Held Dinner 4Y4

L. J. Harvey said the increasein %

salary would attract good men Saturday NightThe

who can properly carry on the
Order of Moose
Loyal
work of the county He said he, PER ANNUMDIVIDEND
lodge 2026. held a buffet dinner
was sure other commissionershad
Saturday night at the new lodge
., t actually lost money by hold-
::w44..v. St. Cloud
. rti x.Z' ing the office. at
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to attend the semi formal danceto I PAYABLE QUARTERLY]

be held Saturday night at 9:30:

I II I at the lodge, 1116 10th St


Rebekah Officers i I


,f;: ., To Be InstalledOpen

i /... S FIRST FEDERAL
installation of the officers

4 of the Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge Savirgs and loan-Association of OSCEOlA COUNTYG

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w ? 19th at 8:00 p.in. in the IOOF
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WALK AROUND IT. SEE THE DIFFERENCES true. in these -.J"' i.:I''. '. .,: .I : I 1 :I / !f


Start at the rear of this Fleetside pickup. Grab the Now please sit in the cab a minute. Comfortable? Remodeling 1\\ I

tailgate and pull hard. No give. Two wedge latches It also is double walled and the roof is insulated. Let's GENERAL_ I
Additions ELECTRICBUILTIN
keep it tight. Now unfasten them and let down the start 'er up and look for washboard road. Chevrolet i !> iI

gtite. Jump up and down on it. Does it sag? Notice coil-spring; suspensions fight road shock better than I Aluminum

how the chains are wrapped in rubber so they won't other types, good for the truck load and the driver.

rattle or mar paint. There are other things. But you can see why this is Siding I
Now look at the lower side panels. Two walls. You a truck that does a job without a lot of pampering. It's

1 might dent the inside one but it won't show through. built right. Which is why it's usually worth more at Aluminum

The floor will never rust. It's select wood not metal. trade-in. When would, you like us to deliver it?

w 12 NEW 6-CYLINDER ENGINES! Awnings '


U New Hi b Torque 230-cu.-in. New High Torque 292cu.in.Six Storefront Marquee KITCHENSE

Six is lighter but more powerful -most powerful truck 6 ,
than its predecessor. It is Chevrolet has ever built!
6 Estimates
standard in Series CIO Standard in Series C60, I
through C50 models.. I optional at extra cost in QUALITY TRUCKS I
lighter models. COST LESS SEE Built-in RangesFURNITURE


< Test Drive the "New Reliables" at your Chevrolet dealer's K. C. Moore, Jr


TRIANGLE PARKS CO.


STARLING CHEVROLET Inc. BUILDING

11 Stewart St. KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD j

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Ing to the Official Plat of said NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONSAPPEARING Gatlin Street. (Post Office Drawer carried thereupon Mayer-O.nrfssloner -
when
Carpets come clean quickly Subdivision on file in the office TO BE OWNERS OF 8427). Orlando. Florida on one Prather declared saM ordinance -
ARTICLES Blue Lustre is applied with REALTORAMA2BR. of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof ABANDONED PROPERTY frame house formerly owned by' duly pasted and adopted on
USE" Osceola County. FlorIda. in Pursuant to Section 13 of Chapter Alton Partin. located on Partin this 18th day of July 1961.
the "FREE Shampooer.
Plat Book 1 Page 388; 717 Florida Statutes entitled ''Flo Settlement Road.Purchaser Jan. 10. 17. 1963.
FOR SALEBARGAIN Parks Furniture Co. AND rida Disposition of Unclaimed Property will be required to remove -
Heat Wave Wall Heater-35.000 ACt." notice Is hereby given house. Including foundation IN THE COUNTY JUOGSCOURT.

WELL DRILLING: 2" to 30" HOME BTU Gas. that the persons listed below appear from the right of way. within 30 OSCEOLA COUNTY.
You and each of you are hereby to be the owners of unclaimed days. FLORIDA.
BARN Home or grove. Insured. AH notified that a suit to forclose personal or Intangible propertypresumed Terms of sale: Cash. to accompanythe IN RE: ESTATE OF GEORGE

C.otibe Ie .... work guaranteed. Phone 847. mortgage on the above described abandoned. bid at time of sale. Bid money H. KEMPFER. Deceased
.
ZIpp' $ T..iII NOTICE TO CREDITOR
; with property has been filed against you 2-0235-0006. Buck. Irvin Francis or will be returned to unsuccessful
n..Ia. 'Ie I Ear Be"Ie; Slteo 3313 Kissimmee, Fla. by The Onondaga County Savings Buck. Clarence W.. Box. 32. St. bidders at time of sale. TO ALL. CREDITORS LEGA TB8S.
II*: Soeka lie; Pill... 'lie: UM.TC $ Bank a New York corporation. in Cloud..Fla.; 2-0286-0001. Marsh. Ed- For further Information tele- DISTRIBUTEES, AND ALL PERSONS
?Skirts 'lj Puts $1; Dresses 'O the Circuit Court of Osceola County warrt V nixie H WTI\'. "Iccimmee. Orlando 241-6574 HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
'loM* Rugs Sk; Njrlw 59c; Pool Florida. In Chancery and you i Fla.; 2-0286-0002. Robinson. G. R. phone the AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
Swimming The Authority reserves rightto
Ha*k I.s *e: Panties lie; Belt. LOST AND I are further notified and requiredto 703 N. Bermuda. Kissimmee. Fla.; reject or all bids. You and each of you are hereby
We; Cap. 15e; Spread fZ.M: serve a copy of your Answer or 2-0286-0003. Taylor. Erwin W.. 816 any notified and required to present any
FLORIDA STATE TURNPIKE
Hair Nets 4e; T-shirts Sfte; ST4 I other pleadings to the Complaint in Main Street. Kissimmee. Fla. AUTHORITY claims which you.itor either of you,
Nearly Everybody Trades at The FOUNDLOST the have estate of
$11,000 said cause upon A. N. SPENCE. Information concerning JOHN M. HAMMER. Chairman may
Bargain Bam. C.ne t* Slbert Attorney at Law 295 SW 27th Avenue amount or description of the Property George H. Kempfer. deceased. late
Mills 'Va *la.a.. la D vep.rt. Miami 3. Florida. and file theoriginal and the name and address of an, 10. 17. 1963ORDINANCE of Occeola County. Florida ;0 the
Immediately. Follow the sigis in the office of the Clerk the holder may be obtained by NO ?6? County Judge of said county at his
KAKGAIN RARN : Air filter from gasoline of the Circuit court in osceola any persons possessing an interestin 4X ORDINANCE ADOPTING THK office In the Courthouse at KtMtm-
Opr Week Hays Aad SsidaysF0ft.SALE golf cart. Phone 8472153. County. Florida. on or before the the property by addressing an FLORIDA MODEL TRAFFIC ORD- mee FlorIda. within six calendar
Built-in Oven, Surface Unit. . Refrigerator 20 day of February 1963; otherwise Inquiry to Ray E Green. State INANCE ENACTED BY THE 1 37 months from the date of the first
the allegations of said Com Comptroller as Administrator. Abandoned SESSION OF THE FLORIDA publication of this notice. Each
: :. 10 horse Scott Out FOUND Glasses and case on . Terrazzo Floors . Carport plaint will be taken as confessed. Property Division. Capitol, LEGISLATURE! AS CHAPTER 37- Jm or demand must be in wrlttiur
board Motor 1860 Model $75. corner Vernon and Verona. This notice will be published Tallahassee. Florida. Be sure to 333 AND PROVIDING FOR THE must state the place of residence
. Utility Room . Patio . Screened I cnce a week for four consecutive mention account number. name and PENALTY: THEREOF.BE of the claimant and must be
Call 847-2067. Owner may pick-up by payingfor weeks in The Kissimmee Gazette. address. as published In this notice. IT ORDAINED BY THE sworn to by claimant his a?ent or
ad. 8472881. Swimming Pool. . Washing Machine. a newspaper published In Osceola Unless proof of ownership Is pre CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY attorney, or the same will become!
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. County Florida sented to the holder by March 25. OF KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. IN void according to law
Sides.
Rider Mower Fenced Four
. DATED at Kissimmee Osceola 1963. the property will be delivered LAWFUL. SESSION ASSEMBLEDAS This the 28th day of December.
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John'sAir County. Florida this 9th day of to the Administrator. Thereafter FOLLOWS: 1962.

Conditioning and Heating WANTEDNO Cash $3,750. Assume F.F. Mtg. 6%. January 1963. all further claims must be directedto Section 1. The Florida Model III CAROLYN Executrix of REED the Estate KEMPFER of
GLENN RAY the Administrator Traffic Ordinance enacted by the
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Headquarters. Clerk of the Circuit Court Ray E. GreenAs 1957 session of the.Florida Legislature George H Kempfer. Deceased
Exclusive With W. Overstreet Jr.
(Circuit Court Seal) Administrator as Chapter 57-333 as published Murray
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- by: Jan. 17. 24. 1963.LEGAL. 1 Code Corpora- Attorney for Executrix
EXPERIENCE NECESSARY r'n.thian';: ::: P. O. Box 493
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. /Marjorie R. Haye Florida. Is here Florida.
. To earn good income with Deputy Clerk NOTICE by adopted by the City of Kissim Kissimmee. .
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 A. N. Spence (FSTA Parcel N.. U.s.,) mee. Florida. Three copies each of January 3. 10, 17 ft 24, 1963.GREEN'S
:NoRTIAIN ST. 847-3941. AVON COSMETICS. We will FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS Attorney for Plaintiff Sealed bids will be received at which are now on file in the Office -
train you. For appointmentwrite 295 SW 27th Avenue 10 a.m. on Tuesday the 22nd day of the City Clerk and the provisions
the office of Flor- thereof. specifically' Incorporated
Miami 35. Florida January 1963. at are
STOVISREfRIGERATORS Avon Manager, P. O. Jan 17, 24, 31, Feb. 7 1963 ida State Turnpike Authority. 103 by reference in this Ord- FUEL
Box, 2005, Ft Pierce, Fla. INC. --I inance and shall be In force In the
to the same extent -
of Kissimmee
Charter No 12S71:! Cltv
USED Reserve District No. 6
If set out In length herein. Sales and Service
RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo REPORT OF. CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAl. BANK OF KI!';U as of of theprovisions
violation
and the any
FURNITURE I take over Watkins Route in 2 Broadway Kissimmee 8IMMKK I> THI-: STATE OF FLORIDA AT TilE CLOSE OF BUSI of said Model Traffic
NESS ON DKCKMKFK/ 196 5 Pl'BUSHFD: IN RESPONK TO CALL
Sowell-Thurmond Kissimmee. Good for up to $65 847-3156 847-3157 MADE BY COMPTROLLER or THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION Ordinance Section 2.Is hereby Any person prohibited.In vlola- MOM M7-417I 147-4171

IOU West Church ORLANDO weekly to start. No investment.Set We cooperate with all Registered Real Estate Brokers 5211. U. S. REVISED STATUTES ASSETS lion of the above Florida Model I KISSIMMK
ordinance
ard this -
Traffic Ordinance
your own hours. Permanent Cash balances with other banks and cash items In process

opportunity. Full or part time. I of collection, ...-.................._.....-m.......-_..........__.....__....1143891.06 shall$500.00 be punished fine or by more not more than For Go Delivery; : Phone
terllne of laid road thence United States eminent than Harold Wigal 847.2058
Ton-closure entered In a case pending ; run obligations direct and guaran- In jail. or both.
FOR RENTFOR Write C. R. Ruble Dept. J-2 in said Court. the style of ; Southwesterly on approx. 20* teed Net of any reserves) ..._......_....... .....__.._ 2629451.33 sixty Section(60) 3.days This ordinance shall R. A. Fletcher 847-4539'
P. O. Box 2447, Memphis 2, which is Manufacturers and Traders ' curve to the right 482.4 ft. to the Obligations of States and political subdivisions (Net of any Its Kenneth ftledso
Trust Company. a New York point of beginning. reserves ......-._..__.__...-... ..-- 1.069.571.37 take effect and adoption.Immediately upon 892.7695 (St. Cloud)
Tenn. banking corporation. vs. James E. DATED this 10th day of January Other bOnds. rotes and debentures (Including $841.60000 passage
RENT Six unfurnished Eubank and Mary Eubank. his A. D. 1963.Circuit securities of Federal agencies and corporations not Commissioner George Reynolds For Gas Service: Phone
roorr
WOMAN WITH CAR to call reg- wife. defendants. and the docket ( Court Seal) guaranteed by U. S) (Net of any reserves) ____._ 841.600 moved the passage and adoption of J. I. Rounfree 847-4062
house. Near School. Large each month establish. numbe" of which is 6391-C. GLENN RAY Corporate stocks (Including $18000 stock of Federal Reserve the above and foregoing ordinance. Robert Aden
y a r d. Screened porch. $55 ularly on WITNESS my hand and official Clerk Circuit Court bank) (Net of any reserves). _uu___.._.__"'__"' _"_ 18.000.00 Motion was seconded by Commissioner Bronson 847-4570
ed Studio Girl Cosmetics clientsin seal of said Court this 15th day of Osceola County. Florida Loans and discounts (Net of any reserves) >._.._...___ 2.239.346.81 Art Scam and upon roll call Emory
month. Q Jdren. 847-2050. By/Ellanore O. Jowen leo Girourd 847-2061
1963.
and around Kissimmee January. Bank premises owned ?4747783. furniture and fixtures on the motion the vote was astollows.
Circuit! Court Seal) Deputy Clerk 18722.41 ...-....._......_.... ..... ......_........_.__ _ _ _ 66.200.2-1 R. H. Hall 892-1212, St. Cloud
FOR.RENT 2 BR modem house. making necessary deliveries, GLENN RAY. Murray W. Overstreet Jr. Other assets .... .-.....?..... .... ._._..__... 4.142.22 AYES: NAYES: or cod H. T. Simmons,Mgr.
Water frontage on Shingle etc. 3 or 4 hours per day.: Route Clerk Osceola of the County.Circuit Florida Courtof Attorney P O. :Box for 492 Plaintiffs TOTAL ASSETS ._.._.._____..__._$ 8.012.203.03LIABILITIES Stanko 8474819RobertO8.rvy847.3219

Geek $35 month. White Box will pay up to $5.00 per hour. By; Glenn Ray. Kissimmee Florida Demand deposits of Individuals. partnerships. and corporations Scalli Reynolds

931 R. Write STUDIO GIRL COSMET. Jan. 17 1963 Clerk Jan. 17. 1963 ....__.____._...._......._._.___..__.__$ 3721340.09 Prather R. W. Lauder 847-3442

ICS Dept. 75931 Glendale IN THE NOTICE CIRCUIT OF SUIT COURT. IN Time. corporations and savings.._deposits..__._...of..._Individuals.... ._?........ -partnerships- .-and 1411129.73: _Bovis Said. motion having been duly. John Evan, St. Cloud 892. !2.
'QR RENT: Apartment. Utilities CalitJOB IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE Denotlts. of United Stat_ nnv.rnm..nt flnMitrtlnir nn furnished, modern, 2! NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF AND FLORIDA.FOR IN OSCEOLA CHANCERY.COUNTY. savings) J. ..."......=.. ... .......:' = u =: r---: 164,57229
WANTED watchman or FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE- No. 6422 Deposits of States and political subdivisions -.... :. 1.874.23.66: : I
miles from town. $15 week or as OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY THE ONONDAGA COUNTY ) Certified and officers' checks etc. ...._..._.__'__ 35.761.7fi NORRIS CLEANERS
by month. Rt. 5 Box B31 West guard. Experienced and well NO_ 6334 SAVINGS BANK, a New ) TOTAL DFPOSITS ..._ _mmuhu__._m $720732753
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qualified. Call 847-2321. AMOS BRONSON and MILDRED York corporattlon. ) (a) Total demand deposits .............__ S5.246.197.80
Martin! Road. 847.4305.FOR BRONSON. his wife. Plaintiffs. Plaintiff. ) 'b) Total time and savings deposits $1.961.129.73

vs. GREAT SOUTHERN INDUS- VI' ) Other liabilities ____._.___... .._..._.__..-..... 15000.00 .. KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
RENT; Large 3 bedroom WANTED: U.S. Gold Coins. Pay TRIES. INC.. a Florida corporation WILLIE M. POWELL. et al. ) TOTAL LIABILITIES --.-.----.._._.__$ 7.222.327.53 -

house unfurnished in Idora I double face. Write ox: send. FORECLOSURE, et al. Defendants.OF MORTGAGE Defendants. )) ,Capital Stock CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 103 East Dakin Telephone 847.4941RbtRbCK

Park Kissimmee Newly decorated Stephens, Hartstown. Pennsyl NOTICE OF SALE TO: (a) Common stock. total par $300.00000 .__.__._$ 300000.00
vania. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN WILLIE M. POWELL and ANNIE- Surplus ___._u___. ?_m_..._............ ___m.m____.____...______. 300000.00
extra good location that pursuant to a Final Decree of BELL POWELL. his wife Undivided. : profits ..... _. ,. _
Adults one child. $60 month Foreclosure 'entered on the 10th Residence: Unknown.; ":'. -.' rand TOTAli CAPITAL"-ACCOUNTS".:.IT/',.,.".....':... ra 78,875.50: : !
day of January. 1963. In the above the unknown spouse of any defendant TOTAL LIABILITITES and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 8.012.203.0.1
Eddie demons. Tropical Park, ,REAL styled cause on the 28th day of whose marital status Is notcorrectly MEMORANDUM ,
847 380. )111. i ESTATE: January. _1963. at 12:00 Noon at stated irliving. and if Assets pledged 'or assigned ta secure liabilities and for -
:: the eat door of the Courthouse In any of the abo>e named defendantsare other purposes ___....?.... .....................__.........._...__._$ 3.285.028:
FOR RENT and -J Kissimmee Osceola County. Flo- dead. tthe unknown heirs. de- I. Allen D. Carroll. Cashier. of the above-named bank do hereby
: Apartments rida. I will sell at public outcry I \lsees. grantees assignees. lien on. declare that this report of condition Is true and correct to the best of
houses by week or month. Cot SPECIAL for cash In hand to the highest and creditors. trustees or other claimants my knowledge and belief.
ton's North Or LARGE 3 bedroom block home best bidder. the following described claiming by. through. underor Allen D. Carroll
Apartments, property situate In Osceola Coun-I, against any of the above named We. the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this reportof SEPTIC TANK CO
ange Blossom Trail. north of city. Built-in kitchen ty. Florida. to-wit: defendants who are deceased. condition and declare that It has been examined by us and to the
large bedrooms with walk-in The Southeast quarter and all I and all parties having or claimingto best of our knowledge and belief Is true and correct.
of Government Lot Two (2) and have any right. title or interest John E. Carroll )
FOR RENT One bedroom trail '
: closets living 15 ft.x27 ft. all that of the South half
room I portion in the following described property, G. H. Prather ) Directors
ers. Rainbow Mobile Home & Wa11-t -wa1l carpet throughout of the Northwest quarter and of in Osceola County. Florida to-wit. ,, u Chapman ) Culvert Tile for Driveways
the Southwest Quarter of Section
Lot 3 of Columbia Circle. accord- Jan. 1963
Trailer Ave.
Park. Michigan 2 dividers utility room. No better Eight (8). situated on the East I,
Past,Bowling Alley, % mile off deal anywhere. $15,000 furnished side of the county road known as Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
The Kissimmee-Pleasant H11 I
Vine St.Kitchenettes. $14,000 unfurnished. 847. Road. all In Section 8. In Town Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
ship 26 South. Range- 29 East. 1963 RAMBLER WINS
: rooms and trailer 4876. Osceola County. Florida. less

with lake and shuf. lands sold to Molintha Bronson
apartments LOTS $10 DOWN $7 month, $595 by deed recorded In Deed Book, 15 Years ExperienceK.
fleboard. By week, month or 138. page 366. and less lands sold
Capitol Motel St. Cloud and up. Homes or trailer to Amos Bronson and Mildred C. ROTHROCK owner and
operator
year. Bronson. his wife deed ,
TROPICAL PARK on Highway by re
Hwy. 441.APARTMENTS. corded in Deed Book 145. page
441 in North Kissimmee. 127. "CAR OF THE YEAR"AWARDfrom

FOR RENT: $9, '- ALSO. From a point 1354.3 feet
North of the Southwest corner of
$11, $12, per week. Mrs. Paul LEGAL NOTICESIN Section 9. Township 26 South. Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
Range 29 being
Davis 114 Emmett Street. t'lI'dorh:
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE on the North rightof
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN way of the present graded
AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. road; run thence North 78 33' Motor Trend Magazine
For Rent FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. 50' East along the North line of PHONE 847-3524
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said Road 44774 feet to the
AND TRADERS )
Office. or store space MANUFACTURERS -
TRUST COMPANY. a ) Southwest corner of the Hardy

Rogers &available.Kelley Building New tlon. York banking corpora- )) Davis the lands water's; run edge thence of Lake Northto To- Each year the automobile industry eagerly awaits the selection of one car as

Plaintiff ) hopekaliga. run thence Westerly
12 East Monument Ave.: "S along the water's edge of said Tar of the Year' by Motor Trends impartial experts. For 1963, this most-wanted,
Lake to West line of said Section STEEL SALESANY
.
Kissimmee, Florida___ JAMES E. EUBANK and MARY ) .
I EUBANK, his Defendants.wife. )) 9 West; run line thence:of said South Section along to point the hardest-to-get honor goes to Rambler./ outstanding design achievement and

NO. 6391 of beginning all of said lands DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
SERVICESOFFERED I NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SAL being In the W\j of GovernmentLot engineeringeadorshp'Rsad why Rambler won this prized award over ail other cars. -
BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT 2. in Section 9. Township 26
Notice Is hereby Riven that the South. Range 29 East Osceola Competitively Priced
undersigned GLENN RAY. Clerk of County. Florida.
the Circuit Court ofOsceola Coun- ALSO: From a point 1354.3 ftrtj,
the 28th day North of the Southeast corner of I TRUCK BODIES BOAT
i1 iv Florida. will. on Section 8. Township 26 South. I 1lJ TRAILERS

LEARN BARBERING of his January office at 1963.the at Osceola 12:00 noon County In Range Florida 29 East. Osceola Count 1011 I Here are some of the experts' good<<; safety device. Self- HORSE TXAIUXS AND UTILITY TRAILERS
thence
lasvre TT..r laUre IB' a I Courthouse in the City of Klsslmmer. and- feet to the run point of beginning West of reasons: IT brake anddualmaater REPAIRED
Florida. offer for sale BUILT AND
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i. BAMBtERl"A
prof the lands herein descrIbed. salt
wrU-paytar Day Night' Cia seU% at public outcry to the highest point being on the North line of 1 "New styling is based on : ..if one system fails,
Approved and best bidder for cash the fo 1 the of of I CMpUta HeUe Wetfeff. She, -AI WeB '-.d lL
V.A. lowing described property situatedIn I right way county grad-{ lean,clean lines that are apparent ; brings the car to a
Orlando Barber College rd road; run thence West 208.7}
Osceola 1 CountY Florida Wicit' feet along said graded road run t I from almost safe stop."
; angle.
S3M S. Oraage Bl,Mom Tr. Lot 28 KISSIMMEE thence North 417.4 run { any _ Old Orlando Hwy. steer Livestock Mark**.
GA 1- S1S LANDS. FOURTH ADDITION as fea'd; I "Trunk is Low load
plat thereof recorded In Plat thence East 208.7 feet run "Motor Trend's Cars of the .. .. large. S tf. 1, Box 23SA e Kluimma

per Book 1. Page 400. Public Records thence point of South beginning 417.4 feet containing to the; I t) Year prove their mettle in actual .. ing lip makes it simple to load."
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN Osceola County Florida. .
of
THE GAZETTE I pursuant to the final decree of two described(2) acres; lands LESS the towit.followIng Be.tinning --1 testing, confirm their engineering .. _ "Our Classic . with the

at a point North 0 degrees : excellence, reliability, : rugged, ohvin-line Six . gave LOU YOUNG, WELDINGPHONE
S3to" West 1354.3 feet .
from the Southeast corner of I sturdiness and performance." ahighof26.7mpghighwaycruis"Quality -

Section Range 29<&, East.Township Osceola 26 County.South. I,': has always been one of American ing . mixed city and freeway gave 23.4." 847-3898

Florida. for the point of begin-1, Motors' largest selling points." "A sportier,more performance-oriented -p--- -
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ning. run thence North 78 delgrees S
33' 50" East 447.4 feet run i, "In unitized bodies,which American Movehicle, the Ambassador V-8 should satisfy -

thence East. a North distance 0 degrees of 1505.21 33' 30"t]t i tors pioneered, this latest design represents the wants of the Rambler buyer whoa OSCEOLA TIRES

of more Lake or Tohopekallga.less to the water's run thence |j real advancement. . biggest single reafavors performance."

In a Northwesterly direction" '; son we chose Rambler Car of the Year." "There isn't any pitch or choppiness noticeable SERVICECustom
along the water's edge of Lake
Tohopekallga 323.22 feet. ran". "This new construction method results even on rough roads."

thence thence South West 1 .2'f feet to run the I)I in a unit so strong it'll take punishment "Summing up . it looks like the new < > Recapping \ii I

of North the line county of the graded right road of way run ,, longer and naturally hold its resale Tame." Rambler will be an even better buy than 223 S. BERMUDA

Why certainly there' thence East along the North line "The interiors of both the Classic and it has been in previous years." PHONE 847-2207
of the right of way, of said graded -
"best road 1707.17 feet run thence I I Ambassador are roomy and comfortable... Why don't you look at the 1963 Rambler

always a place"for I I North 417.4 feel run thence East of Rambler built!
t 208.7 feet. run there South 417.4 offer plenty legroom. Best-selling ever
everything feet. and run thence East 104 I
feet to the point of beginning. I
Together with all riparian 1 I IE WISE-
II ..,
rights owned by Mortgagor. and 0 ip
all permanent improvements located I I
on premise ECONOMIZE
LESS THE FOLLOWING RES- !

Insurance CRIBED a point PROPERTY 505.5 ft S 89 Beginningat 50TW I'I' "

of the SW corner of the SEV4 I Extra QeaKty Blocks
for example of Section 8. T 26 S.. R. 29 E- __
Osceola County. Florida. said r At No Extra Cert
the south line of
point being on
said Section 8. run thence _-. 89* I AMricsa&O /; w :
50' E- along said South line 455.5 I ,
ft.: run thence North parallel to I.=:ssv4 I. PIt. 847-4021
the West line of said SE"'4. 332.0 I TWSIdsS'b
LUPFER'SInsurance ft. run thence West. 313.03 ft i
to a point on the East Rt of Wy
line of Pleasant Hill Road. said Member of Osceoia County Builders Association
.point being 30.0 feet off the ten- Dedicated to ExaUou


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: 1918' -- 1963 Parks few Prompt Furniture Repair of Tour Co. J. & R. MOTORS, Inc. PRODUCTS. INC.


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