Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00282
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: June 6, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00282
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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4 VOL', 'r j-j* 20 O< a tD_, Klsslmnwe.Entered as Osceola Second County.Class Matter Florida I KISSiMMEE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, ,JUNE 6, 1963 Pnoaa. 1PRICE TEN CENTS

I r E =Plan MidSummer I I Grace Makinson F

Picnic I Honored Monday i .

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Mrs Grace Makinson, who is ers, exeplified in her work in the -'
. On Sunday afternoon, June 16th o'clockith all the trimmings, retiring after twenty-five yearson church, school and community
from noon till dark, Kissimmee corn on the cob baked beans and the faculty of Osceola High have endeared her to many k sV
Elks Lodge No. 1873 has scheduled cole slaw. The price will be $L25 School, was honored Monday afternoon throughout the years. '
its Tenth Annual MidSummer per person and $0.75for children; when the faculty entertained Mrs. Makinson In answering the r
Picnic for its members, their tickets will be available at the with a tea at the school cafe- many remarks attesting to her
families and their friends.As 1 dub in advance and on the prem- teria. popularity said that the years '
in former years, this annual ises during the afternoon. Ar- Dick Simmons, city manager of ,have meant an accumulation f
affair will take place on the Ivey rangements are being made to Winter Park, a former student of I many dear and cherished mem-
property on Macy Island. And toget have all sorts of games and rides Mrs. Makinson, served as masterof ories. One of the greatest rewardsin
; there, special' Elks signs will for the youngsters, a turkey shoot ceremonies for the program teaching is to watch the de-
be> placed on the Old St. Cloud for the members,-and special en- which featured short addresses by velopment of the students in body
IL Road in both directions and they, tertainment for the ladies by the school officials, Bill Stephens, superintendent -mind and character, she said, iZ\
will give directions on the dirt Auxiliary members. of public instruction adding that teaching yields per
road leading to the Island. "This event has been growing Walter Watkins, representing the petual treasures of happiness.She .
The entertainment committee, steadily from year to year," Exalted -Osceola. Classroom Teachers Association was presented with a piece I -
under the general chairmanship Ruler Jack White remarked William Ketchersid for of luggage from the faculty and I HONORED-Mrs. Grace Makinson was honored at a tea

of! Harry Blankenship, is very "and this year's picnic should the Osceola Education Association, staff and a gift from the OCTA. Monday afternoon by the faculty and staff of Osceola High

TO LEAVE FOR CONTEST Miss Judy Kay Guynn- busy making the necessary plans turn out to be the best in our Byron Hileman, principal of Os Among the members of her I School upon her retirement. She is shown above accepting

Miss Osceola County-will leave for Sarasota to compete in for this event and promises all history. I cordially invite all mem- ceola High School. family present were Mr. and Mrs.I a gift from Walter Watkins, representing the Osceola
participants a most pleasant aft- bers and their families and their Osceola
Miss Judy Guynn Miss. Harry Northrup Debby and Oil
the Miss Florida Contest which will be held June 2329. Classroom Teachers Association. (Photo by Uamrick)
rnoon-as long the weatherman
as this

friends to be with us for sang "Romance", accompaniedby ford. Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Makinson -
She will be accompanied by Mrs Boots Cody on the trip. will be kind enough to send afternoon's festivities." The gates Miss Sandra Deakins and Miss Jr. and children John, Mart-

Mrs. Cody is an officer of the First Federal Savings and sunny skies. I. will be open by noon and ample Beverly Whalen, pianist, played a lyn, David and Angle, Mr. and,: Merchants To Hold
Loan Association of Osceola County,.which sponsored Miss A big chicken barbecue will be parking facilities will be providedfor. variation on "In The Sweet By Mrs. W. J. Welbon. Mr. and Mrs.i'
served from 1:30 o'clock to 5:00 and By". Miss Vivian Beltz, salu- Hugh Durrance Mr. and Mrs.
Guynn, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Guynn, in ,
the Miss Osceola Contest and which was host with a press tatorian for the class of '63 gavea Harry( Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry i Special Events
Shufflers Elect reading.Her Ivey[ and Cindy, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss and the the ...
party honoring Guynn runner-ups at Tropical and
graciousness, poise Lou Haberie, Major and Mrs.
Hotel Monday afternoon. dedication was brought out by Irwin[ Ingram, Miss Dorothy Ma-]I The Merchant's Division of the will be on a "back-to.school"
Slate of OfficersFrank each, who told of the inspirationshe kinson, Mrs. Annie B. Lord, Miss Chamber of Commerce met Mon- theme. It will last two days a
had been to students and Myra Agnew and Mrs. C. H. day night at the American Legion Friday and Saturday.The .
faculty alike. Her service to oth- Summers. I I Home to plan two Summer pro merchants: also requested
During the May meeting of the All residents of Orange Gardensare motions. the chamber coacact fee cities of

Orange Gardens Civic Association entitled to shuffle on the four 4-H Girls Attend Sixty 4-Hrs With Bob Evans, chairman, presiding Bartow Lake Wales and St. Petersburg
shufflers elected Elmer M. Hertz- Vine Street and
courts at the
s the merchants voted to to see happened
ler to serve as president and Mrs. Orange Blvd. entrance to Orange Short CourseEight I''have a special three day sale when parking astern. were either

Vernon W. Beswick secretary- Gardens free of charge, exceptfor 4-H girls were chosen to Attend CampAlmost Rodeo Bargain Days, on July 1- removed or suapomtod from use
treasurer of the newly organized participants in trophy tourna- Osceola at the 4-H I i for trial
represent |2-3 to tie in with the rodeo at a period.
Orange Gardens- ShuffleboardClub. ments. Short Course in Tallasassee. The 60 Osceola County 4-I that time. A special meeting will be called
girls are: Effie Chitwood, Mary The second promotion will be when an answer to the. letters is
To help plan the future Newcomers and others are en- Hers left for Camp McQuarrie I
programs Viehman, Eunice Hilfiger Billie held the last week in and received. .
as a new member of the couraged to learn better shuffling : Monday morning under the lead-:I August .. _ ____. ___ _, __ n'
1'r Jean Douglas, Linda Hughey,
; Florida State Shuffleboard Association under the lights during the sum- and Sandra Ingersoll from Kiss- ership of Jim Smith, County I I Two Men Receive Elks To Observe
the following committee mer. A series of Wednesday eve- Agent and Miss Marilyn Dietrich
chairmen have been appointed: ning, 6 to 8 p.m., "Progressive immee and Sandra Beeler and Home Demonstration Agent.'I Prison Sentences Flag Day SundayOn
Kathryn Potter from St. Cloud.
Grounds and equipment GeorgeB. Shuffleboard Tournaments" will They will be assisted by Mrs.J. been
Two have
1 men sentenced
Glover;' Membership and Player begin as soon as the lamps are They will be accompanied on L. Sweat and Mrs. Estelle'i to terms In the state I Sunday afternoon, June 9th
--. Instruction, Charles E. Ger- provided to illuminate courts 3 the trip by Marilyn Dietrich, Carter, Volunteers leaders of 4-.I prison. at 2:30 o'clock, Kfes4mme Elks
ould; tournaments, Earl A. Lewis; and 4 by the Orange Gardens Home Demonstration Agent and H clubs in the county. I Charles L. Kissling. appear I Lodge No. 1873 will hold its annual .

publicity, Mrs. Vernon BeswickOHS Civic Association. Mrs., Thelma Lewis, 4-H leader The young people will have ing in Circuit Court here was II Flag Day ceremonies in
from St. Cloud. the lodge hall, under the leader.
swimming instruction: under the sentenced to a two-year term
Students Twirlers Win At Girls will stay at the Florida
ship of Exalted Ruler Jack
eagle eye of Tom Delaino, also in prison. It is to begin after
\ Win Certificates SoutheasternBobby State University Campus for a : organized recreation with Hugh Volusia and Seminole County 'White. Officially, Flag Day is

RECEIVES DIPLOMA-Miss Judy Roehrich, valedictorian Twenty-two Osceola High School week. The"theme of their Short : Perry. Classes on Safety will be, offenses are settler. He was observed nationally this week on
for the Class of'63, is shown receiving her diploma ninth graders received certificatesof Jo Hodala and Lynn Course is 4-H Builds on American given by: Wayne W. Black, REA" charged with breaking and Friday, June 14th and Jack
leave June
Davis in the South- Heritage" They Job Training and Wed- to commit larceny i White urges' all citizens of our
from W. B. Stephens, superintendent of public instructionat Academic Achievement as a competed 10 and return June 15. Each Safety, on entering ; grand
commsnunities to honor the
eastern National Open Baton nesday; Sergeant Vince Small-I .
the commencement exercises Friday night. Jim Wells, result of state tests during Academic has certain
girl completed re- Hicks American Flag on that day by
Achievement Week declared Twirling Championships held Sat- wood Highway Patrolman, on I George Olin was sen-
class president, assisted in presenting the diplomas. (Photo as quirements in the county before displaying it -.t home, well
by Hon. Farris Bryant, urday, at Tampa Fla. Thursday; and Bob Rile, Mem-; as
by Hamrick) becoming eligible to attend the Allen pris- as in all business establishments.
Governor. Lynn was named 13 year old of Ross Hiking Crewon t, I I
They were David W. Allemier, Southeastern Champion for her session. Friday. : finishes a term for an Orange The program ion the Flag Day
Youth Center Faye Bumby, Tommy David, Herschel twirling solo and Bobby Jo was While there, the girls will attend Those attending this 4-H activity -\ County offense. He was accused observance will l include the rendition
classes on a variety of subjects of three for
of of
Dutton, Martha Gift, Pamela named Southeastern Championof are as follows: thespecial ritual by the
Goodrich, Roslyn Goold, Sharon the 17 and over age division. ; of interest to 4-H girls. Carolyn Gray, Glenda Carter, gery. He received three terms officers of the lodge and also a

. -' ch duleAnnounced Hawk, Stephanie Jewell WendelrKetchumr"William - '.--. '. -.... ... These !' I KowalSki: Elks Auxiliary en""The BesPYou; arid "Cues Ins Ann Kexnpfer. Dixie Lee 4Miss HutchinsonTo - tip '= 1rC
Kozma, Dora Lorenz Harmon, Jo Ann Miller Wanda
Beginning last night membership 1 reation; Saturday 8 to 11:30: Mike[ May, Lynn Randall, Suzanne To Hold SupperOn for Consumers Going Shopping'. Renee Harrell Lynn Marie In- Receive Degree assisting in this L1fol BCMy. The
cards to the Kissim-I senior high night dance for Robinson, Martha Sessions, Hannah Mary Viehman and Eunice Hil gersoll, Gayle Langston, Jeanne I principal speaker of the afternoon
mee Youth Center are being :LOth through 12th grades.In Smith Catherine Sullivan, Wednesday, June 12th, tiger will represent the countyat Cazier, Patty Cazier Dava Lurie f' On Sunday, June 9th, Carol of will be Past Exalted Ruler
Sue Hutchinson daughter
issued according to Jim Pur- the afternoons beginning i Alice Thomas Kathleen Wilkie i at seven p. m the Ladies Auxiliary State 4-H Council meetings. Joyce E. Williams, Marsha Mr and Mrs. James L. Hutchinson John D. Davis Jr.
cell director. June 11th there will be activities and Ronald York. of the Kissimmee Elks Linda Hughey will be OsceolaCounty's Wynn, Constance Evans, Sheri will participate in the After the ceremonies the ladiesof
which be I will hold luck in entry in State DressRe0'0. I the Auxiliary will be the hostesses -
These cards, may such as pingpong soft- a pot supper Ivey, Susan Potter, Bonita Lee. commencement exercises at
picked up at the center any ball, volleyball tennis horse Awards PresentedAt the club dining room with 1, Continued on Page 4) Judy Williams, Lowell Over- the University of Louisville. for a social hour, serving

night will entitle the memberto shoes, cards, magazines and Mrs. Jack C. White and Mrs. GRADUATES street, Barbara Viehman, Mary She will be one of 16 girlsto snacks and light refreshments
the facilities of, the center TV from 2 tq 4:30: p.m. on Class NightAt Eugene McCann as hostesses.All Viehman, Roberta Hankins, Gail t graduate and receive certificates to all present. All members
and its recreational pyo- Tuesday' Wednesday Thurs- members are Invited to English, Nancy Partin, Barbara In Dental Hygene their famines and friends of the
gram. Members will be entitled day and Friday.A the annual Class Night bring their husbands, plus Childers, Bob Childers Kimberly -I from the School of Dentistry.The Elks are cordially invited to attend
also to bring a date or a held by the graduating classof their own place settings and Higbie, Barbara Partin Kath- University Is the only this afternoon's festivities,
non member guest. After this special record sale Is 400'records be- Osceola High School many any dish of their choosing.Mrs. ryn Potter, Judy Lynn Hodgins,I! school of higher education In thus paying tribute to the Flagof
weekend they will be avail ing held tonight with over awards were presented. Frank Broyles, presi Judy Cantrell, Margaret Ann" Kentucky offering this course ; our Country.The .
able on week nights only from one to four They included the following dent announces that there Story Beth Ames, Beth Hall,t to a limited number yearly. observance of Flag Day
These are for youth up to 19 years old .being sold for lOc : valedictorian Judy Roeh- will be no Board of Directors Janie Partin, Eddie Hall Newton Their graduation exercises I was an established custom with
or still In college. each. Proceeds will go toward. rich; salutatorian, Vivian meeting that evening, but Viehman, Jr. "| will be combined with the entire the Order of Elks long before
the purchase of new records.A Beltz; DAR Citizenship Judy that the regular business ses
for the
The 'schedule sum. Kirt Hancock, Randall Inger- University of Louisville it was initiated by Congress as
mer will be as follows: Tues- record hop will be held Roehrich; Betty Crocker sion will begin promptly at I t student body I I a national observance
Edward Yates Eu-I ,
son James ,
Admissionwill ,
Saturday night. Roehrich "
Homemaker .
day, Wednesday and Thurs- Judy ; eight -
day nights, 7:30 to 9:30 for be 25c. Mathematics, Janet Digges the business session gene Atkinson, Tommy Bevil,r
recreational games such as The Youth Center Is being and Bruce Whltewolf; Library Mrs. McCann, who has Ricky Pless, Charles Capps!
ping pong basketball tennis redecorated and Purcell has Science, Wiley Wooten. been reappointed Entertain- Jerry C. Durham, David Johnston -,
volleyball also for cards extended an invitation to all Danforth Foundation "I ment Chairman for the cur John H. Sullivan Grant
magazines and TV. parents to come by any evening Dare You", Hampton Sessions rent year, will conduct the Langston, Gary Nelson, Charles|. : j'
Friday 7:30: to 10:30: jun to see the facilities and and Carolyn Croft; Dramatics usual popular games. Other Bronson Jr., Frank M. Pierre-
ior high night, 7th through9th the work being carried out Vivian Beltz; Kiwanis Achievement appointed officers include pont, diford H. Newton, John!'
grades,' dances and rec-II with the young people. , Gary Suhl; Elks Mrs. Marcella Tindall, Chap A. Wheaton, Devo A. Heller Oscar -
Bell Service, Bill Stephens Jr.and lain; Mrs. Furman Partin, Long John tripe Charles
Summer School I Summer Recreation Judy noenncn; Lions Chairman of Sickness and Robert Joseph Rao age 21, A. Higbey.

t Club Outstanding Citizen Distress, and Mrs. BoboKirdihoff ,.. 1
Monday of Dr. and Mrs. John O. /
Opens Program Continues Wiley Wooten' ; American Legion publicity chairman. son Worthy Grand .,:
Secondary grades offerings I; Outstanding Citizen.. Rao, of Kissimmee will be '
will begin on Monday. June 10;, Registration for "Learn toSwim" Kirk Anders and Myrice Special Chest graduating from the Univer- Matron Visits :

at Osceola High School in they I advanced classes swimming and intermediateand classes SU l1s. sity of Notre Dame, Indiana, Kissimmee Chapter No. 62,. rt. : .
ScheduledA .
of sci-i X-Ray Order of the Eastern Star : :
four basic subject areas was r -
June 10th with the
ence mathematics, English, and Ii! being conducted at the Tropical special chest X-ray for degreeof honored by the official visit of;j
social studies. These subjectsmay Hotel Pool will begin on Monday, 318 Head Sold all school employees including Bachelor of Arts in Eco Mrs. Irene Johns, Green Cove)

be pursued for credit provided |June 17. Registration may be food handlers, teachersand nomics. Springs Worthy Grand Matron!
the pupil has the approval!,completed at the Osceola High At Local MarketAt bus drivers and all persons Robert formerly attended and Walter Fennell Odessa)
of his high school principal fort! School office all the current serving the public required Osceola High School in Kis- Worthy Grand Patron of the 0!
week. The cost is 5350 for a to have health certificates : ,
enrollment in a specific course. simmee and Moorein Grand Chapter of Florida.
fourteen lessons At the Kissimmee
I course involving will be available In
subject will be taught from A barbecued Steak dinner pre-i
The 8 to 12:30: daily for six weeks., covering a three and one-half Market Wednesday 318 cattle and the county June 7th. Orlando. pared and served by Chapter' ATTEND SHORT COL RSE-Several members of the
No tuition will be charged. week period. Some classes are calves were sold compared tc The trailer will be at the He plans to continue his members was enjoyed by nearly' Osceola 4-H Clubs will attend the Short Course being held

Driver education class will also closed and parents are urged to I 425 a week ago. Kissimmee Health Depart I studies for a Masters Degreein 100 guests. Among the distin- at Tallahassee. Shown above are, left to right, Kathryn Pot

start on Monday morning at 8 complete registration to avoid : Compared to last Wednesdaj ment from 9 to 12 ajn. on business administration at guished guests were: Mrs. Betty: ter, Sandra Beeler Mrs. Thelma Lewis, leader, Mary Vieh-
steers, heifers and I and the St Cloud
slaughter day
a.m. i disappointment. the University of Minne Donnellon. Crescent City, Grand man, and Billy Jean Douglas. Miss Mary Dietrich, home
bulls steady on few present, cows: office from 2 to 5 that afterH.00 .

strong and calves steady to I noon. .:....sota.- Ruth Park; Grand George Sentinel Meyers; Mrs., Winter Eli-,:, Demonstration Agent, standing. (Photo by Hamriek)

:.. ,.'" higher with gain on 250400 lb.
zabeth Past Grand Ma-:
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'0" Stocker steers d .
Y Swh ,- ." weights. a n .
;_ : .:i tron of West Virginia; Mrs. Eva
: heifers poorly tested generall y
of "
Wright, Past Grand Matron .
$2.00 higher an d i
steady cows
-- p Vermont and Marvin Allen,
calves JLOO-2.00 higher. Calves. c Past Grand Patron of Florida..,
the bulk of the rim
comprised including
several Past Grand officers -I
with roost action on 100-250 Ib
Mary Gardner of the j,
stocker calves. local Chapter, Past Grand Organist ->

Standard 500550 lb. slaughter of Florida, and several;;

steers $19.0021.00.Utility Grand Chapter committee mem-; ,
heifers J17.50-1&50, ow! hen with Kissimmee's Mrs.I

good $22.75.Utility L F ii Vaden Wetherbee chairman of' z t'41 Yr

cows S15.50-i7.50( cuff the International Temple Fund. y
I $13. 0-15.75. canner $12.00-1350 kalif"i. The dining room at the Mas-I
Few good calves $2150-27.50, i. I onic Hall on Dakto Street was'' r r
utility and standard $1850-2350. ?-- decorated with a May Day;
Standard and good vealer scows theme. A miniature May Pole; '
$25.00-2750. complete with dolls gracing the,i
s c head table. Organ Music by Man-;
Medium 450-650( () lb. feeder '
stocker steers 200022.00 rice Walters; helped greatly in! : .
N making the dinner hour a Fr
GRADUATE Johns Kindergarten held ita graduation Common and,few medium !! able. enjoy'-I

ceremonies. Thursday night. Those receiving their diplomas 155018.00:.JHOO-16.00., one thin $2UOO, inferior CHAPEL-PEDICATED-Tbe North Kissimmee Baptist The Osceola High s OES OFFICERS-State officer of the Order of Barters

were,left to right, front row, 'Catherine Haye Donna Chapel was dedicated in services held Sunday afternoon. tet. Charlotte Chiiwood. EssieChrtwood Star visited the local chapter here wt week. They are left

Gaines,Joan Kimberly, Stephan South, Timothy Watts 27.50 Good, medium 250-450 lb.$2250-25.06.calves( $25.08 few Shown above taking part in the ceremony are,left, to right, Allen Conner and, Shirley Glenn to right,front row, Betty Donneifoa, Thelma Re&, Irene

.aM Jeka Br........ Back row, Kiserly Gres, RuttdiAabert common $18.00-22.00. Good 1 Ward Dickson.directed Judy Guynn by Miss Sandra Johns, and Walter Fennell. Baek row, Vadea W..Me.Janet ,

,Sonny AJn.o.e. Robert jllaaeail, Larry.Morae and -( Riedel and Photo
290 lbs. $30.00-34.00. meth Deekins entertained with a fine Purcell, Carl George Meye$ ( by
Jeffrey J.haaoa. (Photo by Raw k.1} _88-30.0, common x13.6 .-?!.00L Hamrick) vocal program. Hamrici) ...



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The Kissiit nee Gazette, Klssinxnee, Fbu, Huns., June 6, 1963.vile, Kentucky, to attend the
graduation of their daughter, SAVE It'sKIDS
Carol Sue, from the School of qT \
Dentistry there.Elizabeth .
Steffee is here for a 1
Short visit with her mother, Mrs. J
z George Steffee and; family. She 1. You can't better
get gifts
tltlltlll41ll'l plans to leave for her home in __ ,
Hawaii by air June 7th. .. for fewer stamps . [2iesrGOIDEC w w
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Jones of WEEK anywhere
Ft. Pierce visited their daughter
F. By BETTY EBY Peanut Whidden, and family here 1 2. You must be satisfied. .
; this week. 100%
Mrs. Velma Reynolds left this
week for Kentucky where she WINNDIXIE-
I will visit her mother who is ill. : iimiiiniiiiiniC*
Birthday congratulations this Bovis, Lou Tarcai Jr., Ford Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conard will !
week are being sent to Mark Medd, David Best, Johnny Matz leave this week for Illinois fora oo STOaES
Roberson Marian Milum Grace and Jennie Pyle. Best wishes to visit with their daughter and Quantity Rights RiMrwd SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER
Lester, Marjorie Alice each of .
you.Congratulattlons .family Prices Good Thru June 8th 4,4M4 't r
Beavers, Roy Jones, Sam too to Mr. and Fr. Wendell Hainlin, Betty and
Reeves, Bill Wilbanks David Mrs. Harold Aultman who celebrated Susan left Tuesday for a month's WINM-DUCIB eorouaHT STOMM INC
Mikeal, Christine Ann Canada, their anniversary on the tour of Colorado. They plan to
Debby Cody, Jack Mims, Ann 6th and ;Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bob- camp out and visit the sights of '
Sessions, Bob Lucas Carl Glass, roff who celebrate theirs on interest as they go along. *
Irlo Bronson Jr., James Earle the 8th. Mrs. Anna Beardslee is leavingthis 4
Lupfer, Billy Joe Johnson, David Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hutchinson week to spend the summer
McGonigal, Anna Welsh, Adrian leave tomorrqw for Louis.WORKSAVING with her son in Detroit Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crowelland # #
children Johnny and Janet, 4 ;

STARCH were Sunday guests of Mr. and 5 TO 7 POUND WHOLE g gPICNIC5kr
Mrs. Henry Simmons.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Alford
went to Gambler Ohio to attend
GIVES YOUR IRON V*..MWY_, _1 4 the graduation of their son Les- Jc
ter Dixie, who received a AB
degree with a major in history
64HHM POWER from Kenyon College. ,_
Ruth Griffin and Frances Rog
ers who have just returned froman
SptcUl.Ingntfimrt. ,hadrs'snds'stklf. IrwiinjrtTMts "- exciting visit in Tallahassee .

riltwbi -melq gtrntnts scorcb-rtsistint E Z where the festivities they attended connected many with the of III zI:3d;:

Starch new life, new brightness I Starch 4.IQUIO closing of the legislative session, _

into I clothes with \ e.r.n.wrw. . plan to leave this weekend! on a
Caribbean cruise and a visit to
the Virgin Islands.
HOOD EZSTARCH James Hookway left this weekto
spend the summer in Pennsylvania
and Ohio.
tiJ Martha Graves and childrenleft
Monday to visit.relatives in
Macon, Georgia.
Peggy and,Buck Jones of Belle
Glade were weekend guests of BEEP e
ITS the Ed Grissoms. :
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Law
rence celebrated their 50th wed

ding anniversary with a dinnerat . "'-: FULL CUT BONELESS ROUND
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: the home of their daughterand '
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
FOR Wm. Rice. Guests included Mr.
Steak 8 8
!; and Mrs. Albert Halsteadt Mrs. JUMBO SIZE 27 WESTERN VINE RIPE . LB.
L COOKING Rita Boothe of Kissimmee, Ed
ward Lawrence and son Edwardof
Intercession City, Mrs.'Charles 3 1. SIRLOINSteak
Johnson and Anna Marie Cantaloupes
. says the modern house daughter
wife who prefers gas for cotK- of Swainton, New Jersey. LB.LB.. 88
tog because it is faster . X
more flexible with fingertip Lulu Overstreet .
control . cleaner . and
t more economical! Whether - - - - - - - -
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you desire a full porcelain
automatic gas range or the members of the Lulu
new built-in gas range units, Overstreet Circle answeredroll FANCY FRESH FLA. SWEET GOLDEN BANTAM j
your Green's Fuel Gas dealer .
has a wide assortment of models call at the June meeting ix.
to choose from. He will which was held in. the homeof .
.v assist you to live In modern Mrs. T. A. Flenner. 10 1 39
comfort and eo rventenee.I The circle leader Mrs. Lena EARS EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUNDCorn
Hunt conducted the business a9
meeting and Mrs. Ethel Ruic
spiritual lif e.,t chairman; gave eei 5 PKG.LB. $1
; REENSFUELhI the .j devotion., *.:ThenRTJOgram -- . .
was presented by Mrs., Arthur .
Held: 'It ,j ,\,'- CHUCK :11)11)
Mrs. James Cooley assisted
Mrs. Flenner In serving the WHOLE WEfT PEAK FROWNStr'berries /
,PARKS FURNITURE CO. refreshments. $ 1 .
There will be of
no meeting
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances" the circle in July or August. 3 1 .

KISIMMEE" ST. CLOUD Mrs. William Rager Invited .
847-4171 the circle to meet at her homein BONELESS (ALL MEAT) BEEF

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Vicar To ing year, and will conduct his I I Belvoir, Va. I communicant membership eight j The Ki eJmmee" Gazette KKslmmee' FUu. Than. June 6, 1968 3MAKINSON
first service Sunday, June 9th. In 1952, he was confirmed a persons by confirmation and let-!;City To Adopt -
Conduct ServiceVicar Born in Buffalo, Vicar Rich Lutheran, and it was while serv ters of transfer. Vicar Roerger .
Edward Richmeyer will meyer received his B.S. degreein ing as an active layman in and his family left Monday New Electric Rates
arrive this week to serve the Mechanical Engineering from Sacramento, Cal. in 1961. that morning to return t o Springfield -
congregation Grace Lutheran the University of Buffalo. From he decided to further his studiesto ,. m. to complete his final
Church St. Cloud for the com- 1952-1961 he was involved in the become an ordained ministerin year of study.On The city commission here is cussion of electric rates by
. -developing, testing and produc- the Lutheran Church. Missouri Thursday, the Women's about ready t.> adopt a new the commissioners, time and I
SKIN ITCH tion of rocket propulsion systemsfor Synod. Guild will meet at the chapelfor schedule of electric rates designed again it was found that com-
DON'T SCRATCH IT! the Aero Space Industry. He Vicar Richmeyer and his fami- their final meeting- before to ioli more electricity plaints of increasing electric HARDWARE
Scratching spreads Infection, eaus- do with some inequities rates were not valid. What
InK MORK pala. Apply qnlckdrjrIBC was associated with Bell Air ily will reside in St. Cloud his summer adjournment. The topic away
( ITCH-ME-NOT instead. Itching craft in Buffalo and with the family consists of his wife Dawn will be "Spiritual Food on YourTable" and put the electric has been found and a Day -
quirts action dow in helps minute speed and healing.antiseptic Aero-Jet General Corp. of Cali-,I.and three children Lynn. Lori the hostesses for the I financially & Zimmerman representative each -'-: .-.,. -.- I
confirmed this is that -
,Fine for eeiema.,insect bites, foot fornia. and Timothy. Vicar Richmeyerwill afternoon are Mrs. Herman Vog- j r"t. \\ ";'
itch other surface rashes. If not I No final decision has been year people are adding electrical ''\\\ lJ
pleased 48e back at any drag Vicar Richmeyer served two also serve Trinity Lutheran ler and Mrs. D. E. Cooperrider. .... .I
reached Indications and equip "
TODAY but are appliances \\ 11'2' E
store. at HUNT BROS. . ears in the army as instructor Church in Haines City. vA "R
-- -- Rodeo Parade that a second proposal of Day ment to their home, additional .t"O s \ rA KaREI1.J
in the Engineering School at Ft. Pastor Wm. J. Hoerger, Vicar .
CARD tc.: .
OF THANKS & Zimmerman of Philadelphia lamps or other lighting fix --
W.'wish to thank Dr. TIndall FEET ACHE. ITCH? for the past year received into Entries RequestedThe utility engineers who tures; and all of this causes II I-I :: ;
and his Hospital Staff,the GrU- /4 of all .your boles are in the Silver Spurs Rodeo paradeis conducted a rate study in additional consumption and II 000.- X08
om Funeral Hem, and alsofrl.nds feet.perspire N. wonder Itch. Bathe they ache feet, swell twice, scheduled to be held in Kiss- Kissimmee, will be adopted. an increase in the size of the )-U_. ro.Na_, jO'G-c' H3NGP5

for their flowers and daily with T-4-L Solution for relief PIZZA immee at .2:30 p.m. July 3rd. It Based on available information bill.The. .. .,_.,H"' -, ...,........ _
6< joints plus ligaments. I r :
of the 52 bones .
Curb athlete's foot,- too i will be held at 10 a.m. in St. this new rate pattern engineering firm's representative
many kindness,at the death of (slough off Infection watch Cloud the same day. ; would mean increases of from told the commission !' '
our father, Lawrence L Partin. healthy kin replace It) or your 48e FREEZETTE !:i Persons are requested to re- 25 cents to 55 a month for that the pattern for elec- : .... rr
store If not pleasrU ,
at drug
The Lawrence E. Partin Family. I IN ONE any HOI'K. TODAY at all DRIVE-IN i f j gister their entries at the Chamber ! 958 of the electric customers; trical usage is upward in ali i j aM'
drug store _ ----J of Commerce office. i and would also mean the most every home.
t 'I same or lower rates for 1374 There will also be a changein I
customers The rate reduc- the commercial and industrial -'
r e tions would vary from 15 rates for large users. In FATHER'S.Q
;y x.yt cents to 684. some cases the new rates will
p These figures are based ona result in decreases and in
i particular amount of con- others, they will cause an in
i sumption and would vary crease. The main differencewill DAY
from customer to customer be that the rates will in- -
depending on the amount of clude a demand charge -
electricity used. However, the something which Kissimmeehas
more one uses, the lower the not had, but almost all of
cost per kilowatt. surrounding utilities have MAKINSON HARDWARE OFFERS GIFTS
In the many hours of dis-the for years.Legion .

L t u Floridians Love Auxiliary SPECIAL OCCASION .

Their Ice Cream 'I To Meet Tonight ..--.c

Florida production of 27- .

and 860,000 other gallons desserts of ice last cream year I iliary The will American meet at Legion the Legion Aux ''____ / ,.s.-.... :'

helped to fill a 5 per cent gainin Home Thursday, June 6th, at ---- !::;: -'
I Floridians' appetites for 8 p.m., following a covered ; -."-
i these frozen products, the dish supper at 7 p.m. $249 $995CARPENTER'S
All members are asked to ;
Florida Chamber of
r. i attend will be made :
as plans
Commerce said in Its Weekly
for installation of officers ,
'. Business Review released yesterday QUALITY
1 i June 13th.Jennie (

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- $129 \H- *
for 19,460,000 gallons of Phillips from "
Ei o ;.. 'i the total and gained 3 per
__ 1 ; ;;cent over 1961 production. To MeetThe
j I II I i This volume was made in 195.: Jennie Phillips Circle will HAMMERS
: j Ii i i plants throughout the state," meet Wednesday, June 12, with;
:the Review stated. Mrs. Erma McLellan at her home' from $195
\ ; "Ice Milk including freez- at 512 Lindsay Way. ;
.\" :er-made milk shakes was produced This is a covered dish lunch-
r. : : in almost 600 Florida eon and all Stars are invited. j Don't forget to look over our toolson
Monza Spyder Convertible I establishments and volume '
Monza Spyder Club Coupe j
the 88c Bargain Table . .
I amounted to 7,100,000 gallons
manufacture of these desserts
Come hill.. or high water last i I year, a gain of 8 percent reached 208,124,000 pounds. I j Useful Items Economical Price.
Milk sherbert amounted
I "As ice cream weather ap-i
to 1,300,000 gallons, up 18 per proaches, 1963 has already
Vacations go smoother in a Chevrolet CorvairBring ::figures cent. Not were included 1,500,000 in gallonsof these I shown a 7 per cent gain in COLEMAN
production 1962
il over j jSOUTH
on those niouniaiiK! They're, not so high. and over or going. dry because there's no radiator. Corvair's i more water than ices in 1961.25 per cent 4l&J'' CAMP STOVE2BURNER
mighty when you've got Cor"vair's guttyengine six and rearengine is air cooled. No concern about brake adjust- !; "Whole milk used in the TRAIL
traction working on them. ments, either, because the brakes adjust i _
You scurry up the meanest grades. themselves. Nothing much to think 1 TEMPERATURES DRIVE-IN THEATRE
You move: with sure-footed agility on about at all except the good time: you're, Tues. 5-8 80 60 0 I $1695
wet: pavement: muddy lanes! gravel and having. Wed. 5-23 ______ 75 43 .30
other would-be miseries. CHEVROLET Thurs, -30 ___....._ 75 43 .50 ORLANDO, FLORIDA
Like to do that in a sporty bucket- i lp
.____ .
And with most of Corvair's> FrL 5-S1 U0U I
ight seated Monza Club Coupe or Convertible COLEMAN-1 BURNER
the heels have Sat. 6-1 __u_____ 75 62 0 SUN. MON. TUES.
on rear steering t ? Like into
: you easy t to spring summer \vith
too. Fact is the Sun. 6.2 u __ 80 60 0 June 9, 10, 11 4
handling so light a 4-speed stick shift and Spyder pack .: ,
1\100. 6-3 M 66 0
and responsive:'"ue don't even offer age* with its 150-hp Turbocharged I "TWO fOR THE SEASAW 59 Pi
power steering: for the car engine? Y our-dealer' got Just} .th4f"---4: 7-' 7:4511RST TIME ., ,, from. "
[ .
And there's more to feel: good about. Corvair and the Trade 'N' Travel deal i I Does Your Office plus ; ._- -
No problemsith your radiator boiling ATYOUR CHEVROLET DEALERS on it to put you in a holiday mood. i Need More Space? "RETURN TO PEYTON PLACE"
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An independent agent U not tied to any one company .. :
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4 The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee, F..., Thnrs. June 7, 1963 Quo, Kissimmee Elks, St. Cloud May R. Hunter, 87, morning after several weeks Services Held i Mrs Jessie Doyle Hunt Bros. Lead
I I Rotary, Kissimmee BPW. StCloud illness. I'
1. organization. Those sponsoring BPW, St. Cloud Women's Died SundayMay A native of Athens, Pennsylvania For H. H. Collins Died at SU Cloud Softball League.Hunt

(Continued from page 1)vue. 4-Hers this year are: Kissimmee Club, St. Cloud Jr. Women's he had been a resident of Funeral services for Mr. Herbert Bros forged ahead to

Other girls will ,have duties Thrift Home Demonstration Club Club. The girls are to speak to Ryckman Hunter, 87, of St. Cloud for the past 3& years. Holms Collins 72, of 1812 Mrs. Jessie J. Doyle 84, oft3Q.t gain the teed in the softball
assigned such as stage appearances Mid County Home Demonstration their sponsoring organiZationwhen 13 East Bass Street, Kissimmee He was a retired aircraft in- Orange Blvd., Kissimmee who Maryland Ave. St. Cloud. league with a 3- record to date.
page at assemblies, etc. Club, St Cloud Home Demon- they return from their passed away Sunday afternoon .spector for Republic Aviation died here Monday, May 27th. lied Sunday morning. She had A change in schedule has
Each girl chooses her classes stration Club Narcoossee Home week at Tallahassee. after several weeks illness.A I Corporation Farmingdale, Long were held in the Chapel of the been a resident of St. CoW been brought about by the fact
and duties at Short Course. Demonstration Club Orange native of Gratiot County l Island, New York. Riedel Funeral Home at 2:30 since 1949 moving there from that St. Cloud field is not available -
Each girl is sponsored by some.Gardens Home Demonstration Michigan she had been a residentof I He was a member of St. p.m. Monday with Pastor Henry Ohio. for play and all games
I St. Cloud for four years before Thomas Catholic Church and Young, officiating. She has no known survivors. scheduled for play there on
I moving to Kissimmee three Veterans of World War One Bar- The forwarded to Warren at
Ii Interment was in Osceola body was Menday nights will be played
i i years ago. racks 860, both St Cloud. Memory Gardens. The following Ohio for final rites and in- rdsstanmee. The Wednesday night
t She was a member of the Survivors include his wife, Fan- terment by the Riedel Funeral will have to
friends served as casket bearers: St dead: games
I One brother,
Methodist Church and the United ette B. Flanigan. Home.
Ralph Woods Horace Behrs, be rearranged.
Flanigan Kissim-
War Joseph
American Veterans
Spanish '
Mrs. Mary John F. Wiening. Herbert Hart. All raised out games will be
Two sisters,
.Auxiliary.Survivors include one daughter Lucy Waverly New York and Dr. George E. Beauchamp, and Legion Officers played at the ead oC the first

Mrs. E. E. Devereaux Lan- Mrs. Eva Witsil. North Boston. i Thomas H. Vannoy. To Be InstalledAjoint
Riedel Funeral Home was in half.LEGAL
sing, Michigan. One son, Carl NewYork.
Stanton, Ithaca, Michigan. One Recitation of the Rosary was I charge of arrangements. installation ceremonyof NOTICENOTICE
at 8 P.M. Sunday in the Grissom OF THE FILING OF APETITION
sister Mrs. Ruth Ripenburg, the newly elected American FOB ADOPTION
Flint, Michigan. One brother Chapel. Funeral services were Charles M. Kohl '" Legion officers of Makinson Car .TO.Wylte:
12 IS CAPACITYGENERAL Earl Ryckman St. Cloud. Also held at 9 A.M. Monday at Holy Son Post No. 10 and the new officers andFrederick A. Pearce
Catholic Church at Died
six grandchildren. Redeemer MondayCharles of the Auxiliary Unit No. Howes
The funeral party left Tuesday which time a Requiem Mass was You and each of you are hereby
10 dinner
will be held after a petition
I i notified that a for adoption -
I afternoon for Ithaca, where funeral offered for the repose of his soula Merle Kohl 322 meeting on June 13 at the Legion of ROBIN LYNN MERRY a
services and interment will by the Rev. Paul R. Woodyard. Church St., died Monday morn .I minor chUd. has been filed in the
home Lakeshore Dr. by the
I on Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
r f be held. Grissom Funeral Home Casketbearers were courtesy of ing. He was a retired Civil Ser- New 6th District Commander Circuit in and for Osceota Counts
ElECfRICeaow Name Society. Foldingand vice Florida under Chancery No 6499
was in charge of arrangements. the Holy employee.He Nicholas Daneski, from the Mt. and you are further notified that
I of the. was his wife
Presentation Flag is survived by
I JX>ra American Legion Post you are hereby required to be and
courtesy of Veterans of World: Mrs. Helen D. Kohl and a stepdaughter -' appear in the said court on the 10th
Lawrence Partin I and Mrs. Martha Daneski the day of July. 1963 to know cause
I Barracks Number 860. of I
War One Miss Isabella Lopez new 6th District Auxiliary presi- why the said petition should not
Died Interment followed in Osceola I Fort Lauderdale. I be granted.
TuesdayLawrence Funeral j dent. Dated,this 3rd day of June 1963.
I Memory Gardens. Grissom Private prayer service was I Clerk of the Circuit Court
I E. Partin, 87, of Par- Home was in charge" of held in the Chapel of the Riedel j i All legionnaires are urged to attend By: /GLENN RAY.
(I tin Settlement Kissimmee prom- arrangements. Funeral Home, 10:00 a.m. Tues- i this colorful and important I Circuit Court Seal Clerk)
inent retired citrus grower pass- day morning with Rev. A. L. 1 meeting and make their reservations -!John A. Reed. Jr.
ed away late Tuesday night aftera t I The newspaper Is your contact Kirkland officiating, followed by : early so that the committee I of Attorneys Rush Reed for Petitioner and Marshall
lengthy illness. I with Main Street your cremation under the directionof in charge of the arrange- \\55 East Livingston Avenue.

WASHERasPlies Born June 28, 1875 at Mait- neighbor, the world. the Riedel Funeral Home. ..ments can make adequate plans. ;'Orlando Florida June 6. 13. 20.27, 1963
land, the son of Stephens C. Par- -
tin and Temperance Sharp Par- -

tin, he had been a resident of i
this area all of his life. C!
He was a member of the First
Christian Church.
7 Survivors include three daughters -.

: 2-CYCLES Mrs. Jim Barber KLssim-
mee; Mrs. Ernest Johns, St.
Cloud and Mrs. Wilburn Johns
NORMAL or SLOW SPEED for normal Pinecastle. Two sons, Arthur I, S
load or delicate fabrics. Wash speed Partin and Alton,. both Kissim-
. / / selection controls spin speed. mee. Two brothers, Clay S. Par- t
.1 REGULAR and SHORT WASH CYCLES I tin! and Henry O. Partin both
combine with speed selection to laun- Kissimmee. One sister, :Mrs. 5
der any fabric. Spin rinse and final k 1"1
Nancy Whaley Kissimmee Park.
controlled selection. : .' ;; ,
I t.I )lUDI, spin by cycle Also 12 grandchildren and 15 ;"
FILTER-FLO SYSTEM cleans recleans great grandchildren.. + Y
4 wash water eliminating lint sand
Funeral services were held at 4 x-.< A01.1
soap scum. 3:30 P.M. Saturday from the
COMNEW BIG 12LB. CAPACITY takes large family Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. .
GENERAL was In stride. Jimmy R. Cox, Minister of the 1 eN
CLOTHES10AD1 ELECTRIC I) First Christian Church. officiat- .
ing. CasVetbearers were Messrs.
WITH t us 10 us 12 LIS. Elbert Partin H. H. Partin,
OTHER 't re.n.11" .: Houston Partin Irvin Partin, Eu
MODELS ..;;;.v im-mo fiche./I.wnl.nONLY $19995 I I gene Simmons and Cecil Whaley.

Interment followed in Rose Hill ; :
LIMITED TIME I Cemetery. Grissom ''Funeral : . : wJ
Home was in charge of arrange- L

PARKS FURNITURE CO. Charles Flanigan Y

Succumbed FridayCharles

KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD Augustus Flanigan 72,
847-4171 892-2011 of Wheaton Trailer Court St.

.. Cloud, passed. . away. . Friday
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LEGAL NOTICESIN of Ohio with the County Judge of .Street. Miami. Florida and file the file your written answer or I The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee, FUu, Thers., June C, 196S 5County
Osceola County at Kissimmee. Flo- I original answer or pleading In the fenses to the Complaint filed In de-I -
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S rids within six calendar months [office of the Clerk of said Court on I above styled cause In the office at Kissimmee. Florida, and 2!. 36 and June 6 AJ ua--
COURT IN AND FOR from the date of the first publication or before the 23rd day of June the Clerk of the Circuit Court for I to serve copy thereof upon Plaintiff's I (Circuit Court Seep
OSCEOLA COUNTY. of this notice. Each claim or 1963. if you fall to do so. a Decree the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Flo.l I Attorney Phillip R. Kelley. /GZJCNN: RAY
t STATE OF FLORIDAIN demand must be In writing and Pro Confesso will be entered rids In and for Osceola Co Post Office Box 331 (12 Monument I Ctarfc OnaOt Ctam
RE: ESTATE OF must state the place of residence of against you for the relief soughtIn his office.-in the Courthouse In Kis II Avenue). Kissimmee. florida. not Oacaola Gouty. Florida
RALPH MARTIN, deceased the claimant and be sworn to by the Complaint and Amendment slmmee.lorlda., on or before the later than the 18 day of June 1963 Phillip R. K4Hy'
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Claimant his agent or attorney or Complaint. 17th day of June. 1963. and to I or decree pro confesso will be entered p o; BOX SSL (U B.
ALL, CREDITORS. LEGATEES the same will become void according WITNESS> my hand and seal of serve a copy thereof on Plaintiffs I against )'ou. This Notice will Meeiuee Ave.)
Freedom Of Choice DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- to law said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola attorney whose name and addressIs I be published four consecutive times, KFIMSee. Florida
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS This mint day of June. 1963. County. Florida this 15th day of set out below. Should you fall to weekly In The Kissimmee Gazette ATTORNEY FOE PLAINTIFF
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: ELIZABETH C. MARTIN May. 1963. do so. Decree Pro Confesso will be I on the following dates: May 16. May !" 33. 34. Jane G IMS
I Under absolutely. no conditions YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Elizabeth C. Martin I (Circuit Court Seal) entered against you_ WITNESS my
hereby notified and required to Domiciliary Executrix of GLENN RAY hand: f Clerk di said Court and
does. the choice of the funeral I present any claims which you. or the estate of .\ as Clerk of said Circuit Court. the of Court at Kissim
either of you. may have againstthe Ralph Martin deceased By: /Marjorie R. Haye mee. Osceola County. Florida this I
director rest with anyone other of Ralph Martin deceased. PHILLIP R. KELLEYP. I Deputy Clerk 14th day of May 1963.
his late_of_Cuyahoga_County, State O. BOX 331 I i Taylor. Brlon & Rollins (CT. CT SEAL) ANNOUNCEMENT
than the family requiring (12 E. Monument Ave.) !!I.:Hall Building GLENN RAY
Kissimmee. Florida 150 S. E. 2 Street Clerk Circuit Court
services. the cir-
Regardless of Attorney for Executrix !Miami 32. Florida. Osceola County Florida Osceola Hospital wishes to
: cumstances, it is your right to SHRIMPIn June 6. 13. 20. 27. 1963 May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 Murray Attorney W.for Overstreet.PlaintiffsP. Jr. .

call the funeral director of your A Basket COURT.IN THE OSCEOLA COUNTY"JUDGE'S COUNTY. I COURT.IN THE OSCEOLA COUNTY COUNTY.JUDGE'S Kissimmee. O. Box 492.Florida announce that Dr.. Lois Calhoun,

MEMBER own choice.RlEDEL. FLORIDA.IN i FLORIDA.IN May 16. 23. 30. June 6. 1963
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN RE: ESTATE OF RE: ESTATE OF Pediatrician, will be on the hospital
That Katherine C. Seda has filed [hereby notified and required to OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. a Corporation ) :
24 HOUlAMBULANCE or SAWDUST her final report as administratrix I I present any claims which you, or organized and exist- ) I
of the Estate of Verona Seda. deceased -I either of you. may have against log: under the laws of the ) '
> O7 EMMETT STREET ; that she has filed petitionfor the estate of Elizabeth Pullen. deceased United States of America. )
.suva KISSIMMEE FLORIDA IN YOUH HOME M final discharge and that she I late of Osceola County. PLAINTIFF. ) KISSIMMEE FURNITURE STORE
will apply to the Honorable O. P- Florida, to the County Judge of n. )
MAY MEANiPOWDERPOST Johnson. County Judge of Osceola I said county at his office In the PALMLAND ENTERPRISE ) 23 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 847-4411
,County. Florida on the 14th day !.,I Courthouse at Kissimmee. Florida. CORP.. a Florida Corporation: )
_:, of June. 1963. for approval of.I within six calendar months from RICHARD R. CAPES and BAR-)
Phone: same and for final discharge- i I the date of the first publication of CAPES his wife: and) BEWARE! DANGER!
847-3188 BEETLES administratrix of the estate of 'I'I this notice. Each claim or demand SILVER SHIELD CORPORA- )
Verona Seda. deceased. must: be In writing and must state TION. a Florida Corporation. 1
I I This 13th day of May. 1963. : the place of residence of the claimant DEFENDANTS. ) It is costly to put "White Elephants" In your
I KATHERINE C. SEDA 1 I and must be sworn to br: he FORECLOSURE OF MORTAGE
r ? Katherine C. Seda. Admin'I claimant his agent or attorney or NOTICE OF SUIT home. Let us help you FREE OF CHARGE to decor-
T I I istratrix of the Estateof t the same will become void accord- TO: PALMLAND ENTERPRISE.
I Verona Seda. !ling to law. CORP.. a Florida Corporation. Ad ate your home to suit YOUR pocketbook. No job
deceased. l This the 8th day of May. 1963. dress unknown: :
for ke ofI ; :. Murray \V. Overstreet. Jr. S/ ALICE M. BERGMANI YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat too big or too
E t t Attorney for AdministratrixP. I HELEN C. VAN PELT a suit has been brought COME IN THE STORE OR EVENINGS BY
: I D. Box 492 Executrices of the Estate of against you. the nature of whichIs
i CALLJ Kissimmee. Florida I Elizabeth Pullen. deceased. to foreclose a mortgage on the' APPOINTMENT.
May 16. 23. 30. June 6, 1963 I I Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. : hereinafter described real property: i
847-3489 Attorney for Executrices The name of the Court In which
J I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TOT P. O. Box 492 the suit has been instituted Is the --- -- ...
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NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN I Kissimmee. Florida Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial "-
AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY.} May 16. 23. 30. June f:. 1963 Circuit of Florida In and for
f FLORIDAIN t Osceola County in Chancery, and
N ?q.ry'K.O.a1' N'aYT .. :" CHANCERY NO. 6453 the title of above PRESTIGE
/fJ ;" -r IN CIRCUIT COURT FORTH the case is as :
: !,NINTH JUDICIAL captioned. The real estate Involved
; y .dart : '. .f nstyblr' : [I INSURANCE COMPANY a MinI -I! FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE Is the following located In Osce HOMES
.. i nesota corporation. Plaintiff OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. C. ola County Florida viz: I Ii
'I. i TAItCAL. E. BOWER and IVA ELIZABETH LOT 17, of Kissimmee High- i
y .. . .,:; .. LUELLA formerly known BOWER, his wife. and MARK lands Second Addition Osceola : BUILT -- -
yioNa :: : as LUELLA DOWNEN and HU- BOWER and HELEN V. BOWER. County. Florida, according to the \
: .::j :',. BERT TARCAI. her husband; and his wile Plaintiffs vs. ROBERT Official Plat dated the 17th day I FOR YOU
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". v.-. ," '::" ...: <: L i I ROY LEE DOWNEN. a single man BRUNS. JR.. single et al. De of March. A.D. 1959. and filed "
:: not known to be dead or alive and, SUIT TO QUIET TITLE. and recorded among the Public By
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..,;Lg: i Ilf. dead the unknown spouse heirs. ''F. OF SUIT. THE STATE Records of Osceola County. Florida ; -
:: devisees grantees assignees lien- FLORIDA TO: ROBERT F. on the 14th day of April. !
) ors creditors, trustees i claimants by. through, under or II Road. Cincinnati. Ohio: E. NELSON on page 380. I George L. ReynoldsFor
t [ single man or either of them; and FELL his wife, residence un- FURTHER that you are required
I all parties having or claiming to I known. If alive and If dead their to file your answer to the Com- ,
; have any right title or interest In unknown heirs at law legatees devisees plaint filed in this mortgage foreclosure I Further Information Call 847-2856 or 847-2266
the property described in the Com- i and grantees; JOS. UEH-;. proceedings with the Clerk i i iothe i
CHESIFREEZER Dlaint. Defendants. his Circuit Court for Osceola
I : LEIN and UEHLEIN .- ;
wife, residence unknown if he be
'I. TO: ROY LEE DOWNEN. married. If alive, and If dead their
a single man unknown heirs at law legatees, devisees -
; not known to be dead or alive and. THE NAR-
I and grantess;
if dead, the unknown ,
I heirs .devisees creditors grantees trustees assignees or other i ilIeners. i COMPANY principal ,place an Ohio of business corporation.un- FEATURES -
claimants through under or !
by known; D. KATHERINE EZELL.a .
against ROY LEE DOWNEN. a >
widow, 4929 Guilford Avenue.
{I + I single man or either of them; and i i Indianapolis. Indiana and JANE
: all parties having or claiming to McCAY. her
McCAY and
have any right title or Interest I husband General Delivery. Linden GENERAL *_ ELECTRIC
: In the property described in the ] Indiana as heirs at law of J. Ed-
Complaint. Residence unknown. ward Krause and Ida Mae Krause.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat his wife both deceased AMANDA
a Complaint and Amendment' ROBERSON. a widow residence
to Complaint have been filed i iJ unknown. MELISSA ROBERSON
1ti I J against you by the Plaintiff In the' PATTERSON _
M wsfi'' I I above-styled court and cause for her husband residence 1 '"
I' the of foreclosing the: !4W.
purpose unknown if she be married. GAR- I&iH
I mortgage on the following described -i RETT ROBERSON and ROB- I II I :
;I property situate and being ln\i\ EPSON his wife residence unknown -
Osceola County. Florida: i If he be marrled. said : I I Ir
Lot 24. KISSIMMEE HIGH-,' parties are living and if dead. Two Egg She'ves' -
LANDS. FOURTH ADDITION.'. their unknown heirs at law lega- Magic: Comer' ,HingesAutomatic
L acording to the plat thereof as I I tees, devisees and grantees as thesole ;' ,
U recorded In Plat Book 1. and only living heirs at law <
1 M del 400 of the Public of I of Fred Roberson. deceased; J. C. 4 .
r Osceola County, Florida. ,' MORIN and MORIN. his BuMer Comparlment : .
C$232 /
You are hereby required to serve! ,
wife if he be married residence rJ interior' Light
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CA 2 a copy of your answer or pleading!I II unknown if alive, and If dead _
1 on Plaintiffs attorneys. TAYLOR, their unknown heirs at law legatees -
12.0 CU. FT. BRION & ROLLINS. 150 S. E. 2nd devisees and grantees; W. C. '
t ZAENGLEIN and ZAEN- Protective Door Stop't"\ Flex-Grid 'Ice.Trays
GLENN, his wife. If he be married. I II -
Total contact freezing shelves .. Fast ''freezing anywhere In box 9'i if dead alive their residence unknown unknown heirs at and law If

.; 9-politioft'temperat re control No exterior-sweating CounterAdJustable'.door legatees devisees and grantees:
{ and any and all parties claiming
shelves balanced lid Interests by, through under or L I $19995
against the above named known =-
parties; and any and all parties
having or claiming any right title
or Interest in and to the.following rtfrigtrarorsin

EITHER/ ONE !@ /) $ i described County Lots Florida 28 lands and,57.located to-wit the: South in Osceola half er VM longer.Ten r ers o. -- TA212W With Trade

I of Lot 58 the North half of Lot
FOR ONLY. { eiiv 59, and Lot 60. In Section 16;
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c of Lot 34 and Lot 31
lying South of Lot 13 and the
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I Smartest 'luncheon or dinner real,.- \! tion 21; and Lots 53 and 54 l In
in Central Florida. Delight Section 22; all in Township 25

I vast soar family . honor yonr gnettt j ji Town South of Range Narcoossee.31 East according In New to I PARKS FURNITURE CO.

PARKS FURNITURE CO. i . by bringing them to tAi truly > the plat thereof as. recorded In

I. unique dining room. Plat Records Book 1.of page Osceola 74. County.Public

F,.. Gerace a r.r.ls Florida.
11 rw C 6..w c..r I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
; that Plaintiffs have Instituted suit
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD anI. I against you in the above styled
892-2011 a..J! ( Court to quiet the title of Plaln- KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
847-4171 described
: Hug in and to the above -
o.1l..rt r f 1 property and you are hereby summoned 847-4171 892.2011
----orb.t. ordered and required to
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... ecutois-- the estate of Victoria
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house NOTICE Is hereby given that at Ty on. deceased; that we have filed STOVES- unuoEXATORS
ARTICLESFOR furnished. Screened front porch -I the regular meeting of the Boardof our petition for distribution and Call. .

and utility room 915 Patrick. REALTQRAMA County Commissioners of Os for final discharge, and that on USED
ceola County to be held at the July 1st. 1963. we will apply to i Parks Furniture
SALE Inquire at 913 Patrick. ,County Courthouse. Kissimmee. the Honorable O. P. Johnson.
Florida at 10 o'clock A.M. on the County Judge of Osceola County. | FURNITURE For Prompt Repair of Yow
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furnished 17th day of June. A.D. 1963 the Florida; for approval of said final Sewell-Thurmond
question of the necessity and ex- returns and for an order of dis- RETUOEftATORFfeono
BARGAIN BABX house newly decorated, pediency of erecting and construct- tribution and for final discharge 1015 Wst Church ORLANDO 847-4171
Cml le nice living, $45 month. Suitablefor ing a Courthouse addition and repairing as executors of the estate of Victoria
; Zippers $ ; TMth the present Courthouse and Tyson deceased.
Ale Blithe Socks 7c; Ear Bob. Se; She** couple, one child. 847-2380, IN FORTUNE ACRES the necessity and expediency of This 27th day of May. 1963.
Shirts; $1 lie; Plllews 7*; I TROPICAL PARK. levying a building tax not to exceed 'L CARL TYSONW. Flowers For All Occasions
; P.nt. $1; Dresses LEON TYSON i Christian Science
five mi fora
1.50; Big We; Njrloms 31e 1and 2 ACRE LOTS I not exceed annum
period to thirty (30)
HkiB &ej Paatles lie B lte FOR RENT 3 HUGH'SFLORIST Society
; : unfurn- consecutive for the Executors of the Estate ELLIE
Hair Ue; Caps Nets 15e tc: 8pre d. $%.60: ished house. Screened in front I cost of said construction and repairs of Victoria Tyson deceased lat We4.NJte .f loch
; T-ShlrU 39ti
T/ >
Ellis F. DavisKissimmee Month C
as provided by Section
Nearly Everybody Trades at Tile porch. Large Kitchen and din-
BarralB Barn. Ceme 135.01. Florida Statutes shall be Florida I I 309 N. Randolph
Mills _Warehouse in Dvcp to Sibert. ing room. Near Lake in Idora considered at said meeting. The Attorney for Executors. I WOADWAt MI4SI1 S.a", Senk.. . . . 11 ....
Ii matters as above stated,. after full May 30 June 6. 13. 20. 1963 I IS
Immediately.BARGAIN BARN.F.ll.w the alp. Park. Newly decorated. Nice Miles from Kissimmee. consideration will be acted upon i Sraeay *<...l . . . "H a.iGREEN'S .

Open Week fray And Ha.da\, living. Suitable for adults and Residences and determined by the Board of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB!
Only. County Commissioners. AU mem- TAX DEED
2 children. $SO month. 847-2380.
I bers of the public are Invited and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN LEARN BARBERniU
FOR SALE: Mobile home 3 bedroom I TROPICAL PARK. 950 For One Lot or '1,700 For 2, on will be entitled to be heard at That L. Maxcy. the holder of the Insure Year Satire IB awellpayUr
said meeting. following certificates has filed said profess!.* FUEL
1H baths washer and FOR RENT: Two and three Terms. Discount For Cash.A IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I certificates for a tax deed to be Day A Night ClassV.A.
dryer. All appliances late hereunto set my hand and official Issued thereon. The certificate Appeased
room apartments. Aircondition- seal this 6th day of May. A.D. numbers and years of Issuance, the: Orlando Barber College Sales and Service
model. 8-ft. ceilings, 10 x 53. ed. Morefield Building opposite RARE FIND FOR THE FAMILY 1963. description of the property and Blo...m Tr.
3399 S. Orange
(SEAL) the names In which it assessedare ,
MAGNOLIA by owner, Box I was
postoffice. Also furnishedhouse WANTING PRIVACY. } /GLENN RAY as follows: GA 94876 rKOM M7-4171 M7-4171
2518 Sun Mobile Park. : 606 Emmett. I Clerk of the Board of Certificate No. 202 Year of Issuance !
'i County Commissioners of May 29. 1S61. Description ofl I KISSIMMH
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (form- Osceola County Florida. Property: Lots 11 to 19 Inc.. Block I SAND ROCK
FOR RENT-2 BR house, furn May 16. 23. 30, June 6. 1963 26. Osceola Gardens Unit 1. Section , For Co Debvcry: Phone
erly Dex-A-Diet New name ished. One BR trailer. Lots for 9. Township 32 South. Range) MORTAR MIX Harold Wigd 847-3058

same formula only 98c. Broad- trailers. Rainbow Mobile IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 33 East. Name In which assessed: STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. P feh.f 847-4539
way Pharmacy. Homes and Trailer Park, Mich-- AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Certificate No. 203 Year of Issu- Kenneth tledtoe
FLORIDA. ance May 29. 1961. Description of 892-7695 [St. cloud]
igan Ave. %-mile off Vine
KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PHIL- LAW NO. 2685. Property: Lots 7 to 31 Inc.. Block For Gas Servict: Phone
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. Street past Bowling Alley. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS STATE OF FLORIDAvs. 6. Osceola Gardens Unit 4. Section -, 1.1. Rountr. 847-4062
9. 32 South.
vs. Township Range i
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 APARTMENTS FOR RENT-$9, FRAZER AUTOMOBILE. 33 East. Name In which assessed:I 0 Robert AHen
NORTH MAIN ST. WI59O. MOTOR NO. FM32279 (F6226- J. H. Webb. i Emory Bronson 847-4570
$11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul INC. 4M34579). All of said property being In the Leo Giroutd 847.2061R.

. Davis 114 Emmett Street. IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE County of Osceola. State of Florida i i H. Hall 8921212. St. Cloud

FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- Unless such certificate or certificates y or coil H. T. Simmons,Mgr.
2 Broadway Kissimmee ERTY: 1957 FRAZER AUTOMO- shall be redeemed according)
FOR RENTFOR FOR RENT: Apartments and BILE. MOTOR NO. FM32279 to law the property described In;I KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX 847-4819

houses by week or month. (bt.ton's 847-3156 847-3157 (F6226-4M34579). such certificate or certificates will Robert
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: be sold to the highest bidder at the i O'Berry 8473219R.
Apartments, North Orange JOHN M. DAUGHERTY Court House Door on the first Monday -I W. loswter 847-3442
RENT-2 BR duplex apt., Blossom Tram ---- Il' GENERAL DELIVERY in the month of July. 1963. Phone: 847-3524 John Evans. St.Cloud 892-3482

furnished. Air i conditioned LEGAL DAVENPORT. FLORIDA which Is the 1st day of July, 1963. j
AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS Dated this 30th day of 1963. __ _ _
Kitchenettes and trailer MaT ---- --- -
machine & No
washing dryer. : rooms
pets. 319 Clyde Avenue. 847- apartments with lake and shut FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- /GLENN RAY 1; SALES SfRVICI

3880. fleboard. By week month or i Notice Is hereby given that the TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE Clerk of Circuit Court. Radio and
undersigned, pursuant to the .'Fic ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY: Osceola County : ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
year. Capitol Motel St. Cloud TRADE-We are interestedin titious Name Statute" Chapter YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are Florida :

CARD THANKS Hwy. 441. trading qual value-Reg. 865.09. Florida Statute will regis- hereby notified that the above described May 30, June G, 13. 20, 1963 Cornell KOMI FUtNBWNCS
I would like to thank everyone ter with the Clerk of the Circuit property has been seized. T V
Angus Bulls or Females for Court of Osceola County. Florida under and by virtue of Chapter 562. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS i, FURNITURE CO.
that WM so nice to me my Commercial Cattle. Call Bart the fictitious name, to-vvlt: Florida Statutes as amended and NAME STATUTE I i P ARKS
Uy in the Otceola Hospital;the Fashion Flair under which I am Is now in the possession of the Notice is hereby given that the . 4
nurses the doctors and everyonefor LOST AND o w 539-1115 if interested; engaged in business at: 415 Main Board of County Commissioners of undersigned pursuant to the "Fie-,,
their cards and flowers in the I night. Winter Haven CY 35894. Street, Kissimmee Florida. this County, and you. and each of titious Name Statute" Chapter I t . -- -- - .- -- --
FOUND That the party interested in said you. are hereby further notified 865.09. Florida Statute will register -:
state and out.Thanks again. Knollwood Angus Ranch Bar- business enterprise is as follows: that a petition under said Chapter. with the Clerk of the Circuit I i '
Aunt Mamye Holmes tow. Jo Ann R. Bass. has been filed in the Circuit Courtof Court of Osceola County. Florida:, NORRIS CLEANERSSpring
I Dated at Kissimmee. Osceola the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and the fictitious name to-wit: I t
: Black male chihuahua. for Osceola County, Florida, seek-
County Florida this 20th day ol Courthouse Super Service under I)
Brown eyes. $15 reward. 847- SUMMER POSITION for ambi- :May.. 1963. Ing the forfeiture of the said property which we are engaged in business I)
BROASTEDCmCKEN 2702. 1625 Janet Street tious teacher or upper class I JO ANN R. BASS and you are hereby directed at 222 Emmett Street, Kissimmee,I dtaning is a Br..i. with our Samtont Servkts
May 23, 30. June 6, 13, 1963 and required to file your claim. If Florida.
I for Covers Blankets Ftothtr PiNo.s.KISSIMMEE'S .
FOUND: Keys at Winn.Dixie college student. Opportunity to any you have and show cause on That the parties Interested In Drapes, Slip ,

Saturday. Owner claim by earn $1,000-51,500 in 60 days. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY or before the 24th day of June said business enterprise are as follows -I I
may $480 minimum JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. 1963. if not personally served with : John E. Moore and Edwin L.,
FREEZETTEDRIVEIN I calling the Gazette. guaranteed. FLORIDA process herein and within twenty Hartley. Dated at Kissimmee. Os,
Write P. O. Box 243, New NOTICE OF INTENTION TO days from personal service If per ceola County. Florida. May 28.I FINEST
II MAKE APPLICATION FOR sonally served with process: herein. A. D.
BUY FROM THE Beach Florida.
Smyrna FINAL DISCHARGEIN why the said property should not 1963.JOHN E. MOORE 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
'I GAZETTE ADVERTISERS RE: THE ESTATE OF be forfeited pursuant to said Chap EDWIN I* HARTLEYMay
WANTED post card projectoror JULIA. EATON deceased.IN ter. Should you fall to file claim as 30 June 6, 13. 2O. 27. 1963
herein directed. Judgment will be I
projector. William PROBATE .
ALUMINUM A WNINGSPICKUP opaque TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- entered herein against you in due IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '
Dummer 1212 N. Y. Avenue, CERN course. Persons not personally NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I'

St. Loud, Florida.REAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I served with process may obtain a JN AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY..
SPECIAL 1 ; THAT I have tiled my final reports : copy of the petition for forfeiture FLORIDA:
Administratrix of the Estate of filed herein from the undersignedClerk LAW NO 2684 ROTHROCK
Aluminum door JULIA P. EATON deceased; that I of Court.WITNESS STATE OF FLORIDA
awnings or ESTATEExtra have filed petition for final discharge my hand and the seal
hoods [white only]. Interlocking and that I will apply to of the above styled Court at Kis INTERNATIONAL PICKUP
the Honorable O. P. Johnson. Coun- smmee. Osceola County. Florida TRUCK.
slat type. I ty Judge of Osceola County. Florida this 27th day of May. 1S63. MOTOR NO. SD220125698.:
'18.98 tach. on the-30th day of June. 1963 (CT. CT. SEAL) IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE j SEPTIC TANK CO
Large choice home sites for approval of same and for final SGLENN RAY FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP-

48"Wx40" Protection. trailer or business lots. High discharge as Administratrix of the Clerk Circuit Court ERTY. INTERNATIONAL PICKUP
Estate of JULIA P. EATON deceased Osceola County TRUCK. MOTOR NO. SR220125698.:
For width add *1M for 2" required. and Dry. Electricity and good. Florida THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
more every water. $10 down. $8 month. This 21st day of May. A.D.. 1963. May 30. June 6. 13. 1963 MARVIN OWEN GULDI Culvert Tile for Driveways

EXAMPLE Why pay more? Save high rent. /s/Administratrix Julia E. Miles of the IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S LOCKHART FLORIDA need.
SO"W-'19" ta. 52"W-'2 441 in North Kissimmee.NO . deceased.THACKER IN RE: ESTATE OF HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
These prices good at our office onlyl Wt will dtlhrtr and .Box 527. Kissimmee.AND THACKER Fla. EFFIE DAVIS. Deceased. TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE
hang.3 or more; add 4.M tadi. .Attys. for Admx. ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. YOU, AND EACH OF YOU. are:
May 23. 30, June 6. 13, 1963 hereby notified that the above des-
JOB TOO BIG or too small DISTRIBUTEES AND ALL PERSONS 15 Years Experience
PHONE OR WRITE i HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- cribed property has been seized
when it comes to commercial NOTICE TO DEFEND I'I under and \1rtue of 562.
by Chapter
Florida Statutes amended and
is now In the possession of the
and for Mr. Mears for free IN AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE-j I i hereby notified and required to
Board of Commissioners of!
"' County
2593 WEST WASHINGTON ORLANDO OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. In present any claims which you. or of
estimates on your job work. Chancery. PAT KEENE Plaintiff! j"1 1vs I either of you. may have against this County and you. and each
TELEPHONE 295-3861 further notified
the estate of Effle Davis. deceased. you. are hereby
You'll be did. RELDA A. KEENS Defendant.
glad you NOTICE TO DEFEND.: The State I I I late of Osceola County Florida to that a petition under said Chapter. Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
has been filed in the Circuit Courtof
the County Judge of said county
of Florida to RELDA A. KEENE. I I I
at his office in the Courthouse at the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and
You are hereby notified that a suit I i I
In equity for divorce has been 1'I Kissimmee. Florida within six cal- for Osceola County. Florida seek
'1 brought against you by PAT I I f endar months from the date of the ing the forfeiture of the said property -
KEENE in the Circuit first publication of this Notice. and you are hereby directed PHONE: 847-3524
Court of
Stan Barber's Grove Service 4: the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and !I Each claim or demand must be in and required to file your claim. If
I for County of Osceola State of [i writing and must state the place any you have and show cause on .
Florida and you are hereby summoned lot I' residence of the claimant and or before the 24th day of June.:, .
ordered and required to !must be sworn to by the cialm nt. 1963. If not personally served with I
file written defenses 'I his agent or attorney or the same process herein and within twenty]
your answer or H-
COMPLETE GROVE SERVICE to the Complaint filed herein will become void according to law. days from personal service I If personally STEEL SALESANY
against you in the above en- This the 24th day of May. 1963. served with process herein.
A why the said should not]
AND MANAGEMENTAlso w; titled cause. in the office of the CLAUDE DORMAN property
Clerk Executor of the Estate of be forfeited pursuant to said chap?'
I of the Circuit Court In and
II I for Osceola County. Florida at his Effie Davis deceased ter. Should you fall to file claim DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT

office in the Court House in Kls-r, Murray W. O\erstreet. Jr. as herein directed, judgment will
Ranch Service simmee. Florida, on or before 24th Attorney for ExecutorP. be entered herein against you ink i Priced
Kissimmee. Fla. due course. Persons not personally Competitively
day of June A.D.. 19G3. and to O. Box 492.
serve a copy of such answer or de- May 30. June 6, 13. 20. 1963 served with process may obtain al
Spreading DoIomite-LIme-Fertilizer fenses upon Thacker and Thacker. copy of the petition for forfeiture:!
..' c Plaintiff's attorneys herein whose IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S filed herein from the undersignedClerk TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS

Can furnish all materials. : ,," . address is Box 527, Kissimmee. I I COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY. of Court.WITNESS II
",,',. .".. ''It '... Florida on or before said date as FLORIDA my hand and the seal,I Iof HORS TRAIURS AND UTrUTY TKAHJXS
t, required law. If fall CASE NO. 5601 the above styled Court at Kissimmee.
,, by you to do
Other Pasture Needs. :
: .; : Osceola Florida.this BUILT AND REPAIRED
t .. .'. so. a Decree Pro Confesso will be IN RE: ESTATE OF
: ... : ( ;, entered against you for the relief VICTORIA TYSON. Deceased 27th day of MaT 1963.CT. I
'. ,- .. ... ,. .!. ,..\ demanded in the Complaint. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ( CT. :;GLENN i I u._.....w....f.. -AI Wwfc........*.
11 .. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of MAKE APPLICATION FOB s/ RAY
.".. >., .' ';';.. .. ,, !!.,..., said Circuit Court of Osceola FINAL DISCHARGETO Clerk Circuit Court I I '
"..... .... . ..f.' ..,,'" :;or--- County. Florida on the 20th day ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- Osceola County. FloridaMay Old Orlando Hwy..... Uvotock Morket.
CALL ORLANDO 422-7615 COLLECT -"h -. :, .' :'.,: I 30. June 6. 13 1963!
of May, A.D.. 1963. CERN
. .,. . ,..." ., ". 8t. 1, lox 238-A KJfslmmeo
', ., :.: ,. ... ... .,.,.. /GLENN gm Notice Is hereby given that we
... ..0.h'... ...,.. .,.,.:;:! Clerk of I have flied our final returns as exI SHOP IN KISSIMMEE ,
.. ... hFlorida .
I I. ..- .,- ,. ... !, Osceola 4 I !
.." :t...,. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
. ----... ... ..,. .. LOU YOUNG WELDING
Thacker and Thacker
J ,!(.z. .' :" .'&: Attorneys for Plaintiff j ,

For Any Of Kissimmee May Florida 23. 30. June 6. 13 1963 i for the PHONE 847-3898

1 1l' I NOTICE TO DEFEND ; bestYears IJJ1 ..
,IN AND FOR County of Osceola of your life. . :
e. New Houses eery. CALVIN FAIRCLOTH. Plain- I,
tJt AWill 'tiff. vs. JANTE FAIRCLOTH.. DeI .
. COIftIt1ercioiStnlchlres ;The State of Florida to JANIE ,
I I FAIRCLOTH You are hereby notified '
!! that a suit In equity di- 1 Recapping W
'vorce' has been brought againstfor you ,
Remodeling Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
r Circuit in and for County of Os y&tzcLAKEFRONT PHONE 847-2207

o Additions ceola. State of Florida, and you
pare hereby summoned ordered and
:required to file your written an-
Aluminum iswer or defenses to the Complaint APARTMENTSon
1 filed herein against you in the
You Be Too LATE Skiing 'above entitled cause. In the office the shorts of Yacht Club social center: IE WtSEECONONIRE-
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtin ?
and for Osceola County. Florida beautiful Lake Mtitttntt pool sun deck shuffleboard -
It was for many of the people) who suffered over lh billion dollar Aluminum 'at his office ,In the Court House In putting green boat

worth of fir. damage lost Don't Ut it I Kissimmee. Florida. on or before 1 & 2 Bedrooms
happen to
year. you In 63. Awnings :the 24th day of June.such., 1963. docks fishing. pier. .

1ft |just good business to keep your coverage somewhere near the I ,lor'and defenses to serve a upon Thacker answer and l 1, m & 2 Baths Mill"' .. to a/tOPP//t and a J Extra QaaHty Blocks

actual value of your property. It's good bull.... too. when StorefrontMarquee !'Thacker. Plaintiffs attorneys here-}i dowaf.. ONa sd.. to ""..
you I : iln. whose address is Box t27. Kls- GC kitchens range
and cvltvn/aedniie&refrigerator At No Extra.CestPit.
check with f
ui. !simmee. Florida. on or before said
1 ,oven garbage ;
law. If
date as required by you
I 'Iran to do so. a Decree Pro Con disposall included. Plus.Not a Cooperative! but a

EstimatesSEE fesso will be entered against you CON-00-N-I.UM I 1 47-4021
I for the rellief demanded in the wall-to-wall carpets air- .

Complaint. ; conditioning and heatingr From &9,45O and
LUPFER'S WITNESS my hand as Clerk of
said Circuit Court of Osceola city water city sewerage $45 pr moat Member of Osceola Coaaty IhiIjers Aaoodatlon
County. florida. and the seal of Bank
sound-proof privacy. financing i
said Court at Klsstmmee. Osceola
K. C. Moore,}Jr. "Vmntv Florida on the 20th day I


TRIANGLE ; Clerk of the Circuit Court !1_S.OH**** Bate Ffcn*0.US Il-tt.;jest....d V..tar Path

Osceola County. Florida ..... sh4a4sA

1918 -- 1963 I BUILDING Thacker(CIRCUIT and COURT Thacker SEAL) ,."..,. .tlltIHeI ApaI1JIHIIt."....,." *1....... to I p.a. PRODUCTS INC.

11 Stewart St. Attorneys for Plaintiff Aear.......,........cs..atr hi M ti R trs+.....sF1In CerJ.

12 Broadway-N xt To The Bart-847-4121 I Pheee 847.2278 Kissimmee. Florida NEPTUNE ROAD KI88IMMBB
1 I May 23. SO. June 6. 13. 1063 I


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