Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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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: June 27, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00285
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
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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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"3 Enlered as Second Class Matter KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY JUNE 27, 1963 1894Pnone PRICE TEN CENTS I
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I Sportsman's Show I RECEIVES HONOR Remedial Reading Rodeo To HighlightJuly ;

Classes Scheduled I


Plans AnnouncedFurther I has Superintendent announced a 4V4 W. weeks B. Stephens remedial 4th Holidays ,

: reading class to be held at J .,
details regarding the still available to organizationsor Highlands Elementary School be- When action explodes in the top redeo stock is screened for

entertainment program of the firms Jim Killip reports. ginning July I, 1963 and ending I arena of the annual Silver Spurs I the roughest selection available.
Mid-Florida Sportsman's Show I The evening shows are being r July 31, 1963. Rodeo, slated Wednesday and, Some 225 broncs and bulls are
was announced providing a Mens produced by Maurie Walters and Pupils who wish to attend this :Thursday July 34. at Kissimmee, sifted from over 4.00 head in the
and a Boys Casting Contests; I Ed Ladue of Kissimmee. class will register at the office spectators will be watching another professional bucking strings across
Baby Parade and Show and a I! PROGRAM I ol Highlands Elementary at 8:00 professional edition of the the United States and Canada. 1

f championship Gopher Derby, 1 KISSnniEE VALLEYAGRICULTURE a.m. Monday, July 1, 1963. roughest competitive sport in the' Prize money won at the playoffs -
These features added to the I CENTER I First priority will be given to nation. are totalled with seasonal
Talent Show and the Miss Ma-' Wed., July 3 12:00 Noon those pupils who have been recommended As one of the 50Ck>dd rodeos earnings to name the year's world
jorette of Osceola County Contest -, Show Opens; Exhibits in Arena for such remedial work approved each year by the Rodeo champion cowboys.The .
provide for a wide interest i and West Wing; 8:00 P.M. -I by their past teachers. Cowboys Association, the Silver Silver Spurs was organized I
f and age span. (Applications for i I Silver Spurs Rodeo Rodeo This class is for Elementary Spurs Rodeo will be in the sport's with 14 members and has grownin
A LOTTA SQUASH-Britt Bennett who has been farm- these events are still availableat Arena; 9:00 P.M. Exhibits Ronald Lancaster pupils of both Highlands and Kissimmee major league, conducted under popularity until now they find
ing here for quite awhile i is shown above with a 30 pound the Kissimmee and St. Cloud close. I Elementary Schools. nationally recognized rules that they must limit the membership

Hubbard Squash which he claims is_ his record for the Chambers of Commerce). Thurs., July 4 Exhibits :I Ronald Lancaster assures top bucking stock in a to 200.)

year. Britt says he has had bigger in past years but is still The Gopher Derby will be (open daily) 9 A.M. till 9 P.M.; Receives Honor hard-riding contest open to the! The rodeos are held twice a
I t Parade Entries best in >
Kiss- cowboys thep.me.
of this sponsored by Hunt Bros of 9:00 A.M. Quarter Horse year and attract contestants from
proud one. I
fanmee, who have requested that Races Rodeo Arena; 2:30 P. i Ronald Lawrence Lancaster received Like all R.CLA. sanctioned ro-J:near and far. The power b Mnd -
anyone finding Gophers Turtles, M. Silver Spure Rodeo Rodeo I ia Silver Key in commence- Asked To RegisterEntries deos the contest here will be builtI'the show this year include Hank I

Air Force Band To I or Terrapinn bring them to Hunt Arena; Free drawing for prizes I J mentfW exercises at Perkiomen for the Rodeo Paradeto around tne sport's star ard events | Paris Big Bees; Gary Sheath. ,

Bros. Hunts will place these' following the Rodeo, in the Agri- School' Pennsburg, Pa. for appearing be held here Wednesday, July saddle and bareback broncj! Little Boss; Patty Redgrave
I I I contributions in a pen on the culture Center Arena; 5:00 P. j on the honor roll at the 3rd, at 2:30 have been slow com- riding, calf roping, steer wrestling'l'i Roundup Boss; J. C. Chapman
I medial strip bit Broadway. This M. Lions schooUsix times. Young Lancasterset and bull riding. )Old Straw
Barbecue Dinner Bessy: Kirby Hancock
in
FallThe ing Fred
Here In II according to
Play I I will help to provide "town" (Till 8 P.M.); 7:30 P.M. Mid- quite a scholastic record at iel, Chamber of McDan-j be competing lor slices of $2,500 j Boss.
youngsters with entries for the : Florida Talent Show. !the school. purse money put up by the rodeo( The Law of the Range (directors
ager.
Acclaim derby which will be held July I; Besides his scholastic record he All committee, plus their own entry I ) include Shang Branson, Clay
Internationally During the Fall of 1962, the entries including floats double
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE 5 at 3 p.m., on the Agriculture Fri, July 5 9:00: A.M. Exhibits -:;was s active in sports playing on bands, etc. should be registeredat fees which will probably. I Whak-y, Cecil Knechel, Robert
Center lawn.A 1:00 P.M. i| the: varsity football basketball the prize money payoff.Rodeo Godwin A. L. Bulbs Slim Par-
BAND will play both matinee and BAND SINGING SERGEANTSmade open; Quarter the Chamber office. livestock will be furnished -
evening concerts in Kissimmee; personal appearances tour, baby Parade of children in Horse Sale (Agri. Center (and tennis teams. ol I tin and Charles Partin.
Florida on the 15th day of Novem through the States of Montana, partriotically decorated strollers, Arena); 4:00 P.M, Baby Par- I He anticipates a career in the Sandra Adams Kissimmee.by the Silver Spurs Club, ,: The arena director will be Vfck

ber. 1963. They will be presentedby Wyoming. North Dakota, South wagons, etc. will be held Friday, ade Decorated strollers, etc.; i i medical profession, following In Prize here will be Blackstone of Parrish. Rodeo sec-
the local Kiwanis club and Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, In- July 5 at 4 p.m. followed by a Baby Contest; 5:00: P.M. Lions 'the footsteps of his great grandfather Named Police Chief money won retary is Katharine Autrey. The
credited the
to sport.sWrld
will appear in concert at the Tupperware diana, Illinois, Iowa Missouri, Baby Show. Mrs. Rita Boudreau Barbecue Dinner; 7-30 P.M. and his grandfather, the National downing' will be provided by Dick
Auditorium. Michigan and Nebraska. proprietor of St. Clouds Mar-Mil Variety Show, starring TV's late Wilson Lancaster who found- Sandra Adams who with Ruth championship standings. :, Bolling of Archer, Texas.
determined
titles in rodeo by
Under the direction of Colonel Gib Sandefer, National Tour Di- Shop sponsor of this contest an- Mickey Evans and Company; ed the Osceola Hospital here. Hale, is representing Osceola High the simple measure are of who wins I Charlie Driver or Archer is being
George S. Howard, one of the Nations rector, well known throughout the nounced that there would be 3 Parade of Mid-Florida Beauty He is the son of Donald Lancaster School at Girls State at Tallahassee the most during the almost featured as a bullfighter. He
most distinguished Conductors Country, as he has served in this classes including children up to Queens; Talent Show winners; and grandson of Mrs. Wil- has been named Chief oj year-round money playing season. is no stranger to rodeo fans. He
the Band will play a limited capacity for many years has and including 6 years olds. Sat., July 6 '9:00 A.M. son Lancaster of Kissimmee. Police of the city. Competition culminates in Decem I was runnerup champion cowboy

number of personal appearanceson 'made final arrangements with the There will be 2 casting con- Exhibits open; Fla. Quarter ber, with the game's title playoffs -at last July's rodeo and was
their 1963 Fall Concert Tour. local Kiwanis dub for the Band's tests Saturday afternoon July Horse Show Rodeo Arena; the National Finals. !awarded the Makinson Saddle. Ho
Colonel Howard is well known I concert 6. The Junior contest will be All Day Show Miss Majoretteof Elks; To Hold
appearance with net The Finals entry roster is limited -I I is very proficient in his field. In
in this Country through personal for boys under 14 years and the Osceola County Contest
proceeds to, go to the support of ; to the top 15 money winnersin :1962 he placed 4th in state championships -
contact: from the many tours that boys and girls projects of the second class, from 14 years up. Twirling and strutting on the I each event, their selection,I was the state champion !
the Band ha made. He also en- club. The tour, as are all Na- There will be 3 evening shows Agriculture Center lawn; 3:00 based on regular season winnings. I second in bull riding
joys an enviable reputation around tional tours of the Band, will be starting at 7:30 p.m., Thursday P.M. Casting Contest Adult i Special MeetingOn : To test the competitive mettle of John Snow cf Tucson Arizona
the World, as he has personally entirely self-supporting. night, July 4 the Talent Show and Youth; 5:00: P.M. Para- the Finalists, North America'sBy will be the announcer
conducted the UNITED STATES Friday night. Variety Show featuring gator Jumping Demonstration; i :;; -
AIR FORCE BAND in most of Featuring many internationally a TV Western singer and Lions Barbecue Dinner; 7:30 P. Tuesday evening, July 2nd, by the special committee are sub-
the Capitals of same Famous Soloists, the Band also the Mid-Florida Parade of M. Headliner Show, TV and I Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873 ject to the will of the member ,

No Band, or group of musicians, features their universally famous Queens. Saturday night will be state performers; Mickey Evans I will hold its regular weekly meeting and as they must be voted upon, ,i
from any walk of life, has made choral group-the SINGING SERGEANTS the Headliner show with profes- and Company: The Great Don I at which time the members for approval or disapproval by i
such an impression on the peoplesof sional acts and the finals of Masters Magician; Final Selec-;will be asked to consider certain the members, it is imperative that i ii
the World as your own mightily The SINGING SERGEANTS will the Miss Majorette of Osceola, tion of Miss Majorette; 9:00 P. recommendations for _changes in all interested members make it .r
talented UNITED STATES AIR be directed by Captain Robert L. County Some exhibit area is M. Show closes.Invisible the lodge by-laws. 3 point to be present for that :
FORCE 'Landers organizer of the I. _u_' Following suggestions made by evening in order to make the :
BAND. supplemented by group ------- -------- - :;
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the fine voices of the singing I'I and officer-in-charge of the 1963 members during the past few choice of each member known. In

SERGEANTS. I Fall Tour movement Fish weeks a special committee, under setting up these proposals and .
PER Jim Flanagan has
bringing them to the lodge mem- I

Guild WorkshopMembers To Be At Show drawn of Up possible certain changes recommendations in the- mittee bers in merely written followed form the the neces-com- \

I' i by-laws, which were presented to sary procedures prescribed by ,
I |I the members during the meeting law and by giving several alter-I j
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Grow One of the interesting displays j!I Inquiries among some professional -jof Tuesday, June 18th. These natives for acceptance or rejection -
'i' at the South Florida Fair and I people in different fields !changes Included such matters as the committee emphasizesthe
'I Exposition at West Pplm Beach'l i produced some interesting but 'adequate; compensation for the Exalted importance of the possible I

A'400% plus increase-in en f oho w: Well in advance,J tiwfilch.attracted'thousands ;not, "very.practical suggestions. *Rulerrs traveljb the national changes for, the "future- of the -
rollment, as of June 21st,. was they organized a comprehensive -! pie the Polynesian Invisible A student ichthyologist suggested convention; the considerationof Lodge.
annouunced by the publicity promotional program for 1 Fish, have been secured for display -1 I the possibility of straining compensation for the tiler; possible '
. director of the Footlight The- I the 2nd Summer Theatre at the Mid-Florida Sports them out with black velvet with I guidelines for the appoint- "All members have been noti-
atre Guild's 2nd Summer Workshop for young folks. man's Show July 3-6, at the the possibility they would be apparent -,'ments to lodge committees; and fied of these possible changes,"
workshop for young people. I While Mrs. Davis was puttingthe Kissimmee Valley Agriculture when exposed to ultraviolet alternate suggestions as to the Exalted Ruler Jack White explained
This writer, having dealt finishing touches to "Cir- Center. light. The danger that the \amounts to be paid for initiationand "through the lodge bulletin.
with the vagaries. of statistical -:cus Fun In The Sun In 1901" After considerable effort, the { severe ultra violet rays might affiliation fees, as well as the But I would like to urge every
analysis, confronted Gill the historical fun-play for this show committee found that this have a lethal effect on the fish i amounts to be paid for yearly member again to be present for

Brooks and Elizabeth Davis,II I year. Mrs. Brooks started her unusual marine display had been I resulted in discarding the idea. I dues. the meeting on next Tuesday eve-

the Workshop's CoChairmen.In .directorial and organizational loaned to that Fair by an Or- A bacteriologist explained how As these proposals as presented ning." I VISITS UNITED STATES Edith Bejos of El Cayo

a somewhat skeptical man I plans. The following list of lando firm.Several I stains were s sometimes used on British Honduras who is visiting Mrs. Earleen Robertson -

ner, we demanded the facts. i young people participating attests Orange County stores microscopic specimens but it was I and family here for several weeks, frays her visit to
Well the facts are not only i to the success of their were contacted and it was found
not recommended for fear of poisoning the states is like a dream come true.
amazing, but heart-warming ,plans and explains the 400% that the unusual specimens were t
to the extreme. The story -j increase. the property of the Jungle Aqar- the tiny biological speci

but follows.It not. in their own words i j Janice Provost, Allyn Miller som lum Trail.on the Orlando.a South .Orange Blos- mens.advanced The idea by of a hospital using Xraywas technician I; > 4vv t"JtJWJ I IA Visit Here Is

Sarah Berlin. Tommy was not considered be-
seems that these two The proprietor was quite agreeable
wonderful gals had an equally i; Messer, Janet Goold, Margaret to the terms for their. dis- cause of the possibility of this
Gill, Jimmy Gill, K C. medium affecting the reproduction Dream Come Truejoys
little a I Show
wonderful idea a over | play at the Sportsman's ,
Broome, Mortona Broome
of the invisible fish.
year ago. Why not a summer [ but questioned the display with- I
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Debbie Scalli Chuck Ogletree, By BETTY EBY I
theatre workshop for children Jim Cantwell, Gail Gephart, out adequate insurance. Rather than lose the opportunity CHARLES EBY I tt.When.
This question they Carolyne Phay, Pinky Hutcheson Inquiring as to the possibilityof of having this interesting display For her first trip to the United asked what ate thought
brought to their fellow Guild I' Nancy Stark. Debbie Kelley insuring the Polynesian Invis for the thousands of expected States, Edith Bejos chose to I of American Mores, she talked
members. The Guild's answer Ivonne Lee Bill Brooks, I. ible Fish a representative of the visitors at the Mid-Florida come to Kissimmee. She is vis- mostly of the dime stores. "I
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was why not, indeed. So, t Barbara Reynolds, Dava Lurie, committee was informed they Sportsman's Show, the committee J. W. Standridge is visiting his is visiting his grandparents, Mr. iting with Mrs. Earleen Rober- I have so much fun whim Igo in
with hardly any advance promotion I Mark Lurie, Eileen Dimitri, were uninsurable unless they agreed to accept the full respons- I son, H. O Standridge at Butler and Mrs. Roy Graves.A son, whose husband is in the there I don't want to come out.
the workshop was i I Jerry Henderson Mike Moore could be seen by an appraiser to ibility for the exhibition of -the Georgia. He celebrated his 70th card from the Wendall Hainlins lumber business in El Cayo, Brit: In El Cayo you have IB ask fareverything.
started. With six talented Teri Tarcal Roxanne Hanson, confirm the number and sex. Polynesian Invisible Fish. birthday while there. from Estes Park. Colorado I ish Honduras, Edith's h o m e j They don't have MYself
youngsters as a nucleus, in t Susan Schield. Steven Schield Donald Walter Haight, son of says they are having a fine va town. -service."
whom the originators implanted and Sharon Reed. Sheriff To Need Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haight of cation and are especially enjoying Edith said that she has had a The school system here is also
their knowledge and love !' I Campbell Hall, New York and the snow on the hill tops. life long dream to visit the States :' strange to her She'attend
for live theatre, these derring- (';i I This Summer Theatre Work- grandson of Arthur Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Autrey left and felt that she was dreaming'j school 11 months a year.' Alter
do-dames come up with a' shop for the young will begin I the late Mrs. Helena Morgan of this week for a month's vacation I when she landed. After being j she graduates at the end of this
winner. A charming and delightful -:: on Tuesday, July 2nd, and its IMore DeputiesSheriff 1716 Catherine Street, will enter which they will spend visiting here for three weeks she said i school year she would ffltc to

Chinese fantasy, writ- ;I ten sessions will be held from ..L. the State University College at their daughter and family, the that she felt that she was dreaming com back to th States to live.
ten by Elizabeth Davis, was I I 2 to 4 p.m. on each Tuesday Oneonta this Fall. He played Tom Homers, in New Jersey and and that her family was try- ; The highways here also fan-
presented by the first work- and Friday throughout the Bob Buckels submitteo The supplement of $36,000< in- football Future Teacher also in North Car i
I I I was a vacationing ing to wake her up. :i pressed her in that they have no
shop. The success of this ven- month of July. The program, a budget request for the coming cludes salaries, auto purchase and member, and won the Regents olina. Unlike most visitors in any big highways there and in commenting
proclaimed by an i l which will all basic fiscal year to the county com expense radio and maintenance, I
ture was cover the Scholar Incentive Award. Mr. and Mrs. Halstedt left Mon country she stated that she likes about the highways and
audience of over two hundred 1 I phases of the theatre will mission. I and uniforms. and other equipment I Jerry Depew, son of Mr. and the food here better than the food I other things which show the
enthusiastic Osceolans. close on July 31st with a public With the exception of an Increase .I Mrs. Donald Depew of Ft. Pierce (Continued on Page t) .'she has at acme "especially bar- speed at which we live she said
for the 1
Now back to that 400% in- I showing of "Circus Fun of $500 in salary -- -
i ; beque." She did that &he'found "I like the fast of American
sheriff (voted without his request Ir Almost immediatelyafter Iln In 1901. '
Sun All
crease. The rehearsals ,. '
& i life. In El never
it strange that apples, cucumber Cayo yens are
and $2,576.16or
the ending of the first t and the "Big Show" by the legislature "
I. celery, lettuce, et cetera m a harry.
Brooks and Davis [ auto the budget is
expense
workshop. I Kissimmee
will be held at the :, ,
were mixed together before eating In summing up how she felt
started plans for. the one to Community'House.I as it was this year. << r ,
However, the Sheriff submitted as they don't eat mixed i I about being here. Edith said "I
salads in Honduras, and she en- don't believe ft."
budget if the county -
supplement .
Area Zip Code commissioners wish to increasethe 1 I
I size of his force. 412 Head Sold !i Masons Honor
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The additional manpower four _- _-. -l- a P% k
Number Given men-would cost the county an At Local MarketAt 50 Year VeteransWilfred

additional $36,000 when fully the Kissimmee Livestock ,
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Our five-digit ZIP Code is I He cited this example ot me equipped. It would also include t1 Market Wednesday, 312 cattle I: Hfeebcitffe and- Clarence
E. Platt the honored
32741, Postmaster F S. (Beany) I proper use of ZIP Code: their cost of operation. 7r1. JZ4 and calves were sold compared j I were
guests at the JOB 17th
LEDBETTER, JR., announced F. S. Ledbetter, Jr. Speaking of the supplement, the to 277 a week ago. ; special
II meeting of Orange Bbasom
today. Postmaster, sheriff told the commissioners, Compared to last Wednesday;,
"Everyone in Kissimmee will I U. S. Post Office. .It is reasonable and I'm afraid .. slaughter steers, heifers and Lodge No. 80.

use this ZIP Code on all their: Kissimmee, Florida, 32741 we're going to need .it by the end 7rt I!. #t' bulls too few either or both In recogaMofl of many years
correspondence to speed mail deliveries -i The pew ZIP Code plan, Led of the budget year." g weeks for test cows steady to' of faithful service and loyalty to
and reduce the chance of I better said for the first time He said be would go slow and Li\ *5 -r",&! strong and calves steady to $1.00> Masonry the reteiaus were presented
missentmail," Postmaster Led- will permit the Post Office De- not hire four men immediately] if M lower with decline; on 25CM30 lb. with 50 year certificates

better said. partment to short-cut repeated the commissiohers were to approve -.. ... r weights. Stocker. steers $1.00 lower and grid pint from the Grand
ZIP Code, the Post Office De- address reading. the supplement . heifers about steady cows: Lodge of FMfe. and. gold lapel
partment's revolutionary new !i The Sheriff again is returning poorly tested and calves $1-80- buttons from the local lodge
system of improved mail dis- "The address on mail must often money from his budget to the .'t 3.00 tower.
patch and delivery, goes Into effect -I be read as many as eight or county. It is estimated that at the Utility slaughter steers $17J6- The lodge mummm I there will!
nationally on July 1. i'ten' times by postal employees end of fiscal year, the sheriff will -J .- 19.00 be a special muting. OB Monday.

Postmaster Ledbetter stressed to get it to the proper destina return J7.433.13 to the county. _;,..'t.:_,....-: .. (. I'r .- Utility cows $15.50-13.00. cotter July first, at 1:.P.... with work
.the importance of all citizens of tion." Ledbetter said "Each The Sheriff submitted a report - -1:- .. ; .... ......_... -. , .. ., rr J13.50-16.00. few canner SJLOO.I ic the etered apprenrtr degree.UVRS .
Kissimmee learning this city's I handling slows the process of showing his budget this year r'f't" ;. ...... :-..._. ;: .-_.. .. ... ,- -- .. -.- .- 13.00.

ZIP Code and using it in their mail dispatch and adds to the opportunity amounted to U12.62SJ2. He is t:, _.--- ....::... -ii ,....- ...- .-_....-:, ",-_'. -- >.r.1 .. -. : Standard and few good calves ] !
return address: on all correspondence. for human error. asking, without the supplement, ?. t.. +a ...- 'ti' :- ..'... --_ -.- "-* >.....-,-. - - ....;- _--"',. . n9.00-24.00. utility $17.00-20.66. R L K
mail be said, "With ZIP Code, a clerk needs $1lt,251. --I- .. _ -...... ', - .--, 41,:. -- Standard and good veaters Tees ioU __ 06700
answering _
In -.j. ; .... i" Un
ZIP Codes taken from return addresses -I only to glance at the what code to Sheriff Buckels now has sevendeputies ....tM. .:,_'W'T---"''_:.:_'_,-' '-" -". _. _,...--,,_._....__ ,_-?:,,._::...;z-' .___::"." .."_,' _..,-,'"._.. -; .:,. -,.- --_ - 523.50-28.00. j Wt'CI.11 _ _. 0600 ..MThen.
to national 4- # -
on incoming mall should know immediately and assistants including w N wsr Common and medium 460-166 i *M -- ._ 9671 M

rbe used. area state and post office those in the office and jail. He 1; RIDE:EM COWBOY-That be the echoed over and over again at the lb. feeder-stocker steers 6.OO.1 FrL C4t _.._ .._ 96 7. 0
"The ZIP Code is literacy the the letter is destiaed ,end to said he understands the turnpike cry and 18.50. Sat. .... ___ ____. 06700
Bustin
Bull
Silver Rodeo next Thursday and Friday. riding Bronc ,
teat word 'fa mail, add sselsg. ." speed H on Its way, cuttteg up toM h liB to have at least nine tacokeei Spurs Common 350-450 lb. heifers I San. 60S __ M 7f M
Lttaskter' slid .'It'd Mfew haws' off the time between ; the fairway patrol nnrrignnl many other exciting features plus the'famous Quadrille will highlight the per S1S'( -18.00. few good up to 1\0(.... &* ___. M nS .'16,
the cfty and> state in addresaea" deport and ,deHver y.' ito it in Osceola Couaty. I II I formances. 520.25. I

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I 2. The_ KIsslnwnec Gazette Klsslmroee Fla., Thurs., June 27, 1963 have h flown the to Madison are attending, Wiscon-jOoBtiaoed > t .,......., ... ..
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( from page 1) i{ sions, Audrey and Butch Keene,1[1 Waters family reunion. They will SAVE. T
day for "vacation at Avalon,I Albert Rogers, Raymond Bron-{be joined later by Dick and
New Jersey.B. son, Herbert Calmer, R. B. Rolls!Blake and will drive on to Canada -
G. and Alice Grissom and I Jr., Mill McMaster, Thelma, where they will attend a HOLIDAYAHEAD.
daughter Linda left this week for, Rolls, Carolyn Ph a y, Freida I hardware convention.

y New London Conn., where they| Bass, Joan Murphy, Roy Alderman Angie Gastaldi left this week to 1 ._ .. . , ..,. I
will visit their son, Ricky. I Joan Rogers, Mrs. N. Ray:I I join other foreign exchange students 1 Lt %- ::>i'\'\,. t"L'"' ;; ""' >'"{"'." '. l"- ;- ,, '.. _, ". '.' ,' . a 11
Marion Davis is enjoying a'I Carroll, Doub Eby and Barbara j II touring the country. They 4
pleasant vacation at Hendersonville Patrick. Best wishes to each of will all meet later at Washington -
, N. C. ,you. ; D. C. before returning to I t I t All stores will be closed Thursday, July 4th
1 Mrs. Helen Barrette and i
Elizabeth (Mrs. Arthur) McConnell son{their homelands.
of'Naples was in town! Bobby have returned from their| Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Austin left So stock early for the HOLIDAY.
visiting her mother, Mrs. Ethel I vacation. They visited Mr. and!this week on a six weeks tour up ,
Ruic, last week Mrs. Bill Tolliver and children j through Canada. They are join-
di Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kreiter i i at Fayetteville, N. C. Mrs. Tol-'t jag a caravan for the tour.
left last week for their summer|. liver is the former Sharon Bar-! Mrs. Elsie Grigsby plans to 00D STOWS Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru June 29th
home at Ludington, Michigan.The rette. They also visited Mr. and|'leave next Thursday for Ocean WINN-DIXIC STORK. INC- -COPYRIGHT-!...
John Lopemans are vacationing -i.Mrs. George Tolliver at Jenkins, I City, New Jersey where she will
at Rocky River, Ohio. Ky., where they spent a few daysat I spend several weeks. She will be <. a .
Birthday congratulations this' Cherokee Lake, Tenn., doing i joined there by the Henry B.
week are being sent to Juanita some fishing. I Leidys of Philadelphia. I
Key, Roy Nash, Frances Metcalf, Gustav Peters has returned I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Wood j I
Howard Allen, Winifred Wynn A. from a trip to Wisconsin and i left this week for their summer l I' IIolidayHAM I i
I G. Mann, Jeffry Acree, Linda California. j home at Moravia, New York. i iI
\ Cole, Dick Lawson, Mark Ses- Maxine Makinson and Bonnie I Laura Sewell of I I'Texas
Brownsville'l
........., 1i -I is visiting r I II
f I Roy Alderman in Idora Park for
i 'I
I the summer. s .
WHY PAY MOREFOR i Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cury, Mar- f tE w
v, cia and Rod, of Richlands, Va.
have returned home after spending
last week with Mrs. Cury's A.'I
LAUNDRYSOFTNESS parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G.i \ 4.- ,
Matz. They were here for her \ _

? L father's birthday and Father's I N Hickory Smoked from SunnylandSHANK

jDay.!i V. R. Wells and Bob of _ :: :
L 'Arlington Va. arrived the first :
of last week to be here for Mrs.
Hood Soft Rinse pampers all __ !
i Wells' parents (Mr. and Mrs. J.
washables-and >
your your
I G. Matz) 55th wedding annivers- -
pocketbook, too Fluffs tow- HALF -
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diapers to fleecy
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wrinkle-free that ironing's 1 J. G. Matz Sunday afternoon. I *
eas\'-when necessary at alL RINSE I ; Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Mealey' BEEF SALE
complete fabric softener .w UMIC CON.uOINC'l'he : and son Danny of Otsego, Michigan .
I and Mr and Mrs. Maurice "IIJ Ii Ii rP1. : m; rf./\" ''''' lI !i iW.D
at the price.
economy I I Pearce and daughter Valerie of
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their
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from a camping vacation in the I oa 5

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Mr. and Mrs. Steve Miller and CAN
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family have returned from
a vacation
BRAND PULL CUT BONESteak ROUND
trip to Pennsylvania.
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Freedom Of Choice John Gehrett, Sharon and Bob- '
by were called to Pennsylvanialast
Under absolutely no conditions week by. the illness of John's 88
I does the choice of the funeral I mother. LB. LAND 0' SUNSHINE. .
Congratulations to Mr. and
Limit 1 with $5.00 food order.
director rest with anyone other I I Mrs. J. G. Matz who celebrated
than the family requiring his I their 55th wedding anniversary
services. Regardless of the circumstances I:I Wednesday and to Rev. and Mrs. W-D BRAND LEAN BONELESS BEEF '
M A. L. Kirkland who will celebrate Butter 49
;. it is your right to : their 45th Sunday! LB. ;

call the funeral director of.your ; I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woodall i iI .

f MEMBER. own choice i! I have returned from a trip to the} Stew L 69 ,
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THE ORDER I I : North which took them to New!I BUY NOW .
OF Tilt RuffIII ; I York City and New Jersey where | Before the 30* per i
GOLDEN they visited relatives and Washington j Carton Tax Increase 50 Extra Top Value Stamo s -

RlEDELIO7 1 I D.C. where they visited I W-D BRAND EXTRA LEAN GROUND July 1st WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE ofB
their daughter Rosalie. While flying i
I : from Newark to Washington Two 20.OK. OTTL"0"
24 HOUR' Si ztJIuz! I they discovered that Kissimmee's' Cigarettes Thrl U ai. a Islp
AMBULANCESHVKX I .. .. LB. Regular, King Sin !!! !
EMMETT STRfETKISSIMME.E . ''" $onnyiLawson was a member of f 5 $189 1 .
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Mrs. Peggy Hartwell will ar- ; I PKG. .. 1'
Phone \ I'Vivethis'week to visit her par'ents ,". I :' $23
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I\ Nadine Brown Weds |Robert G. Whittemore, son of:suit and a flowered hat to which i couple and silver and white was:is a graduate of Osceola High with a flag ceremony. The Chancel The Klssimnwe Gazette, Kissimmee. Fla., Thors. June 27 19& sI
i Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wbitte-;' a veil was caught. She wore a I the decor of the decorations and' School l and attended the Universj -I I Choir will present "The Bat
- In California '!more of Los Alamos. The servo I|shoulder corsage of white carna' bridal cake. The couple plan to!j ity of Southern lliss1ssipptThe- tle Hymn of the Republic", directed .
I j ICP was performed in the United'!;tions. Mrs. Phillips wore a brown I live in San Francisco but they'groom attended Los Alamos High: by Mrs. E. M. Jones with
: :Miss Nadine Loraine Brown, I Presbyterian Church of Berkeley I:suit with beige accessories and are momentarily separated while School and New Mexico Military Mrs. George Gardner at the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James! and reception was held at the!! a corsage of red carnations.The I he is on a Japanese tour of duty Institute. organ.
H Brown of Los Alamos, New home of close friends who were' groom selected Ernest with the United States Navy. Until Other Sunday services at the I RODEO I
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Mexico. formerly of Kissimmee, the attendants of the couple Mr.*' Phillips as his best man and attendant .! Mr."Whittemore returns in Au- Rebekah church include Church School at
was married in a ceremony performed -I and Mrs. Ernest Phillips.The . The reception was at. gust the bride will be with her I Lodge 9:45 a.m., Methodist Youth Fel
,. in Berkeley. California, to bride wore a white lace!tended by close friends of the.I parents in Los Alamos. The bride' Held Meeting lowship at 6 p.m. and the Even-
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The Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge ins Worship service at 7:30 p.m.

J HUNT BROS. GONE LOCO! I at the No.the season 42 corner held at the the of last Main Tarcai meeting and building Vine.of A cordial all. welcome is attendedto BARGAIN DAYS

t, I It was announced that the rummage Sorority Plans

! And it had to happen right at Rodeo Time, too. AI and Pete ; sale had held been at very the successful.A same location . 1964 ConventionEpsilon AT

both got into some Loco weed, or else too much sun this : memorial in the past for year members was held.deceased held a conference Sigma Alpha meeting Sorority in Orlando

The next meeting will be held on June 9th to discuss
weekend. So let's take advantage of these Loco Prices. Monday, September 2, in the plans for next years convention.
|Woman's Club building. The 19&1 convention will take MAKINSONSADDLE
I; place at the beautiful Robert
$1.50 Gillette Razor...............1.09 8mm Movie Projector, used..19.3889c I Church To Hold Meyer Motor Inn on April 22 and
ending April 24.

Pro Tooth Brushes...........:..57e Halo Hair Spray..........................63C I Patriotic ServiceThe This promises to be one of the SHOPJULY
), I Reverend B. Williams, most outstanding events of the

79c Right Guard.........................53e< 1 -Slide Projector good used 19.38 ,Pastor of the First Methodist 1 season. 1st THROUGH JULY 6th
Church, announces that a special Representing the Delta Alpha .,'
89c Florient, Real Loco................57* patriotic service in observanceof Brenda Chapter from ,Kissimmee were, ; -.' .!
1.00 Hair So New......................77* I' Independence Day will be Joan Bronson Peggy Edwards
held this Sunday, June 30th, at Godwin Pat Keene, Nina
1.69 Formula
42' Hair Spray .. 84 the 11 o'clock worship hour. Various Honeycutt. Judy Makinson and E HaRowa
10.95 Kodak Rotary I branches of the government Jo Ann Pennington. t *ft* o W a R
2.00 Summer Jewelery Sets....1.47 will be represented by men in H t
Flashguns [4]....................2.88 uniform who will serve as ush Phyllis Smith To ] 1 i I, s.I
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3.50 Lanvin Spn. Geran. Soap..2.00 ers. The service will be "'a'
opened
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1.00 White Rain Bubble Bath..59c Attend TrainingPhyllis f p 000Df/

1.19 Size Noxema Inst. Lather....93c ",ioC: liwf tIWTS fYlll i [nR
Smith of 3110 +
IS THE BEST, FOLKS JUST DON'T KNOW IT 39.95 Timex Electric I.IT [4 only] 28.50 South Trail Ave., Kissimmee has been LeHigh selected , q
by Trinity Lutheran Churchto rriNOW
44.50 Starmatic Kit, a steal..29.77. 6.50 Pinking Shears..4.45 DriveInTheatre attend the Youth Leadership
Training School sponsored by
the Eastern District of The
34.95 Transistor Radios, 98c Wash and Dri.........:....:.....77C American Lutheran Church. The IN STOCK-NEW BEAUTIFUL LINE
school will be held at Stetson
2 only at ..............................16.00 University DeLand. Fla., July OF WESTERN JEWELRY
1.00
Playtex Baby Pants ORLANDO,FLORIDA 16.

Coricidin, 67c size............ ..........49e 1 silk..2 for 1.00 I ::LcLJ;
THURS.-FRI.-SAT.. ARCADE RODEO IS COMING!

1 Doz. Glycerin Suppositors........379 89c Bromo Quinine.... ....59e Complete June 27.28-29 show in BE WELL DRESSED
Cinemascope and Color THEATREMatinees
FOR THE OCCASION-
69c Ora-Fix..............:...................53 49c Tartan Lotion..............:.......29e "BACHELOR FLAT'
Tuesday Weld MAKINSON SADDLE

1.00 ..Halo Shampoo....................83e 1.00 H. Curtiss Creme Rinse........74e "WHERE 7:45 THE BOYS Sat.and: Sun. 2:30 P.M. SHOP CAN HELP YOU
ARE" Eve Performance 7 P.1\1.

59c Lysol..................................47e 99c Hollingsworth Dolores Hart BE READY-
9:48 WITH THEIR LARGE

1.50 Go Pain Cream...............1.19 Coconut Patties..................75* "BOYS NIGHT OUT" FRI.-SAT.JUNE 28-29 SELECTION OF WESTERN
Kim Novak
"FALL GUY"with
500 Norwich Aspirin..............1.29 11:30 I EQUIPMENT-YOU CAN
1 T25 Revlon I Sun Bath................88e SUN.-MON.-TUES. Ed Dugan BE READY . . . .
1-28.75 1 StarmeterCamera[PETE REALLY FLIPPED ON THIS ONE] 43c Syrup Black Draught............29' Complete show in color. "Where the plus Truth Lies'
"CRITICS CHOICE"Bob
; 1 -30.00 Amity Ladies' Hope Sun.Mon.June 1 MEN'S LEVI'S $425
Kit....................18.88 7:45.11:30 30-July

Purse..............................13.00 "PLAYGIRL AFTER ..L-- Ladies' LEVI'S $495
[DON'T MISS THIS,GIRLS] DARK" -
Jayne Mansfield
PAUL
The Doctor says Al and Pete will recover by Monday, 9:55Wednesday

;1 so all Loco Prices good through Sunday. x;;:;; Night Only NEWMANIS BELTS . \ $1 29
/ JULY 3rd

j t.: -.s Admission-_, ..25c One Per Coupons ,Car ""HUD! WESTERN STRAW HATS
, ; HUNT BROS. 'THREEVIOLENTPEOPLE". I "Roll Your Own"
I Per RElEASE
745.1120 -v-? FROM $1.50BOYS'
"CONGO CROSSING"
9:55 P.M. I and GIRLS' /' .
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Men Women &

MAKE YOUR DAY COMPLETE . Childrenat
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RED LATIAGO

While in Kissimmee for the Silver Spurs ROPING SADDLE

Rodeo, plan to visit Owen Godwin's Gat- !J. 15" Padded Seat


orland, Florida's Fabulous Attraction on .Headquarters v -Western Boots" $9750WESTERN

South Orange Blossom Trail! 12 Darlington Kissimmee



PROPERTY.-TRADE1. LONGHORNS

ryr .-5.BEDROOM COLONIAL STYLE HOME,21S BATH,BEAUTIFUL PAIR ___ $6.95
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,COMFORTABLE TOWN.21 S.CfcYDE AVE.SHOWN
$4 HORSE BRIDLE 8.50
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1Y APPOINTMENT.FULLY FURNISHED,CARPETED DECO-

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2.-2-BEDROOM,2.BATH AIR CONDITIONED HOME ON AW-
GATOR LAKE AND HWY.441-14 MJ.EAST OF KISSIMMEE. 1 lb. FARM BUNDLE reg. 85c
BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED,FULLY FURNISHED.RIGHT ON
LAKE.75 X 37S*. NOW ---_____________ 77c

3.-NICE 2-K0ROOM HOME-ORLANDO-IN COLLEGE PARK SADDLE SOAP reg. 60c
AREA.CLOSE TO SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING. FENCED-IN
f YARD,GARAGE,NICE NEIGHBORHOOD,FLORIDA ROOM, NOW ---_____________ 47e
AIR CONDITIONED.SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT.

OWEN GODW1N'SGATORLAND 4.-LARGE LOT IN KISSIMMEE ISLES-CORNER OF SHINGLE MAKI NSONHARDWARE

CREEK AND CANAL.CLEARED.

S.-LOT ON BOGGY CREEK. BEAUTIFUL OAK SHADE TREES.
RIGHT ON CREEK JUST OFF PAVED ROAD. LOT LARGE,
100.x 4Ger.

ALSO OTHER BUSINESS PROPERTY ON BROADWAY IN KISSIM-
MEt.WAREHOUSE 1 BUC.OFF BROADWAY RAILROAD SIDING And SADDLE SHOP

Be Sure and Visit Our New Gift Shop ,14r CONTACT JC 14r. YOUR REALTOR orI "STOftf WITH THE HORSE OUT FtOHT

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Klsslmtnec Gazette Klssimnaee, Fla., Tbors., June 27, 19IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I July 15. 1963. for air conditioning! MISSIONERS OF OSCEOLA. Two half-brothers, George Davis, and Osceola Counties for the Funeral Home was to charge ofarr3tt3.
4 The
i NINTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT units for the Health Department In COUNTY. FLORIDA.By Fort Drum .'
and Kenneth
I Davis 42 I
r - DANIEL. I I past years.A .
E County.-F ita ; viz:: IN the Osceola County Courthouse InKlssimmee. HARRIS G.
LEGAL LOT 17 of KissImmee, OSCEOLA ANDFLORIDA Florida.Specifications t Chairman. Tampa. Three hai -alsters, Mrs. \ combat veteran of World
NOTICESIn
second Addition. Osceola County. IN CHANCERy for said units may June 27. July 4 Lucy Padgett and Mrs Ernes War One, he was a member oft I GivenThe
the Circuit Court for the Ninth Florida. according to the Official No. 6473MANUFACTURERS be obtained from the Clerk of the I Report
Judicial Circuit of Florida In and Plat' dated on the 17th day of & TRAD- ) Board of County Commissioners. I I NOTICE TO CREDITORS tine Womack, both Fort Drum Makinson-Carson Post Number i
: for Osceola County Florida. In March. A. D. 1959. and filed and ERS TRUST COMPANY. a ) Courthouse. KissImmee. Florida. : In the Court of the County' Judge. and Mrs Gertrude Padgett Vero I 10 American Legion; and a sanitarian Fleming
Chancery, No. 6489. First Federal recorded among the public records New York banking corporation. Immediately following the time Osceola County. Florida. county ,
Savings and Loan Association of of Osceola County. Florida. Pla1nt1ff.vs shown above the proposals received -I IN RE THE ESTATE OF Beach. Also 13 grandchildren. member of Orange Blossom Dame, last month investigated
Osceola County, a Corporation or- on the 14th day of April. A.D. - will be publicly opened and BERTHA M. WHALON. Funeral services were held at I Lodge Number 80, F&AM. five animal bite case checkedout
ganized and existing under the 1959. In Plat Book One (1) on ALLEN J. HARPER and read Deceased. ..2 o'clock ,
laws of the United States of Am- page 380. BERNICE C. HARPER. The County reserves the right to To all Creditors. Legatees. DIstrlbutees. Monday at the Lake- He was a Quaker. seven mteoeUaaeous com-
erica. Plaintiff ys. Palmland Enterprise YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED his wife. ) I reject any and all bids and to and all Persons having view Baptist Church, Kenans- Survivors include his wife, plaints: inspected seven eating es-
Corp., a Florida Corporation FURTHER that you are requiredto Defendants.NOTICE ) waive formalities. Claims or Demands against said
et al. Defendants. FORECLO- file your answer to the Complaint OF FORECLOSURE SALE BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Estate ville, with the Rev. Charles Ethel M. Higley Two stepdaughers tabBatanents and okayed the installation -
SURE OF MORTGAGE. NOTICEOF filed in this mortgage fore- BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF You and each of you are hereby Vickers, officiating. Casketbear- Mrs. James Barker and of eight septic tanks.
SUIT. closure proceedings with the Clerkof Notice is hereby given that the OSCEOLA COUNTY. I notified and required to presentany
TO RICHARD R. CAPES. residence the Circuit Court of Osceola undersigned Hon. Glenn Ray. Clerk FLORIDA I claims which' you. or eitherof ers were Messrs. George Arnold :Mrs. Willis Smith, both Kissim.1 These tasks were included in a
and address unknown. County. Florida at Klssimmee. Florida of the Circuit Court of Osceola (SEAL) you. may have against the estateof Claude Bass, Wesley Hancock, 'mee. One sister, Mrs. HattieWienrich I monthly report issued by Dr. C
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED and serve a copy thereof upon County. Florida. will on the 8th By HARRIS G. DANIEL BERTHA M. WHALON. deceased Luke Stevens Pete Stricklandand
'f that a suit has been brought Plaintiffs Attorney Phillip R. Kel- day of July. 1963. at 12:00 M. at chJnrm late of Osceola County. Florida, Chillicothe. Ohio. Two' C. Flood director of the Osceola
r against you the nature of which Is ley. Post Office Box 331 (12 East the Front door of the Osceola 27. July 4, 1963 to the County Judge of said County Jimmy Vickers. Interment brothers. Clarence Higley and I' County Health Department Besides
fif to foreclose a mortgage on the Monument Avenue) Kissimmee. Florida County Courthouse. In the City of at his office In the Court Houseat followed in Kenansville Alva
ceme-
Higley, both Kissixnmee. made
hereinafter described real property.. not later than the 15th day Klssimmee. Florida offer for sale NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Klssimmee. Florida within six I these items Dame
I The name of the Court in which of July. 1963. or Decree Pro Con- and sell at public outcry to the Notice Is hereby given that the calendar months from the date of tery. Grissom Funeral Home Also 3 step-grandchildren. dozens of visits to other placesto
I i. the suit has been Instituted Is the fesso will be entered against you. highest and best bidder for cash undersigned GLENN RAY Clerkof the first publication of this Notice. was in charge of I
Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial -' THIS notice will be published In the following described property Circuit Court oi Osceola County Each claim or demand must be In arrangements. Masonic services were held at discuss health and sanitation
Circuit of Florida In and for The Kissimmee Gazette four consecutive situated In Osceola County. Florida. Florida will on the 8th day of writing and must state the place of 10:30 the requirements with owners.'
a.m. Saturday at
the July. 1963. at 12:00 Noon at the residence of the claimant and must Gris-j i
Osceola County. Florida and weeks on the following to-wit. :
title of the case Is as above captioned dates June 13. 20, 27 and July 4. Lot 16. KISSIMMEE H I G H- Front Door'of the Osceola County be sworn to by the claimant, his Dave HigleJ'Died som Chapel, with Orange Blossom The commissioners agreed to
and the real estate Involved LANDS. FIRST ADDITION as Court House. Osceola County. in agent or attorney. 'or the same will Lodge Number 80, F&AMi i aircondition the offices of the Os
I Is the following located In OsceolaPIZZA DATED this June llth. 1963. per plat thereof recorded In Plat the city of KIssimmee. Florida. become void according to law. SuddenlyDavid i
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Book 1. Page 369, Public Recordsof I offer for. sale ,and sell at public This the 19th day of June. 1963 I conducting the Ritual. The funeral -i ceola Health DepartmentThe
I */ GLENN RAY Osceola County. FlorIda. outcry to the highest and best JESS WILDER THACKER Milton Higley, 64, of party left Saturday after- commissioners also agreedto
I Clerk Circuit Court pursuant to the final decree of bidder for cash the following de- Admx. c.t.a. of the Estate of II
I Osceola County. FloridaBy foreclosure entered In a.case pending scribed property situated in Osceola BERTHA M. WHALON. Vineland, passed away suddenly noon for Chillicothe, where final purchase additional chairs for

I /%/ MarJorie R. Haye In said Court the style of County.South Florida.50 feet to-wit of Lot: 6. Block THACKER and THACKER.Deceased. early Thursday.A 'services were to be held Tues- the waiting room at St. Cloud

I P.O.Phillip Box R. 331 Kelley Trust which Company Is Manufacturers a New York& Traders bankIng 397. LAKE FRONT ADDITION Box 527. Klssimmee. Fla. native of Gillespieville. Ohio, :,day, with interment following in County Building. These, too were

FREEZE EDRIVEIN (12 E. Monument Ave.) corporation versus Allen J. recorded according In to Plat the plat Book thereof B. as 1 ernils.Jtgty Admx. c.t.a. he had been a resident of Orange i Londonderry Cemetery. Grissom requested by Dame.
i l Klssimmee. Florida Harper and Bernice C Harper his pages 4. U. 18
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Public Records of Osceola! I I
I 61-64.
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFFJune wife and Docket Number which Is
13. 20. 27, July 4. 1963 647WX County. Florida: .
{ i WITNESS my hand and official pursuant to the Final Decree of,I! Services Held For
seal of said Court this 24th day of Foreclosure- entered In a case oend-
June. 1963. ing In said Court, the style of Gregory S. Bass FEATURES fflMJTY.'WftfflGENERAL
HON. GLENN RAY which is -

KISSIMMEE FURNITURE STORE i Clerk Osceola Circuit County Court Florida: MC COMPANY CAUGHAN INCa MORTGAGE .. Funeral services for Gregory

23 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 847-4411 (Circuit Court Seal) Florida Corporation.vs. Plaintiff Scott Bass. 17 months of St.
By /Marjorie R. Haye WATSON and held at 2 o'clock
June July 4. 11 18. 1963 GAYLORD Cloud were
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BEWARE! DANGER! NOTICE TO BIDDERS RUBY E. WATSON, his Defendants.wife. I Thursday at the Lakeview Bap- '' ELECTRIC

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to ,and the chancery number of wblch I tist Church Kenansville, with
"White In all Interested bidders that the is 6464. Rev. Floyd Cox officiating
It is costly to put Elephants" your ofOsceola WITNESS my hand and the official the DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATORS
home. Let us help you FREE OF CHARGE to decor- Board of County.County Commissioners Florida will receive seal of said Court this 19th assisted by the Revs. Charles
A.M. day of June 1963. Fred Robbins and .
bids until Vickers
ate your home to suit YOUR pocketbook. No fob sealed 10:00 (Circuit Court Seal) ,. Dial-Dcfrost .11-8' ,..u FT'CaRvcn
GLENN RAY. Clerk of the James Madison. Interment fol- -- ;
too big' or too small! Circuit Court of.Osceola lowed in the Kenansville Ceme- ience.- "--- _. '. -. :-
County. Florida.By ,ST.OR' GE' S>ACIMagic .
COME IN THE STORE OR EVENINGS BY : /Marjorie R. Haye tery. Grissom Funeral Home -
flit Alt THE Deputy Clerk. was in charge of arrangements. two -
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APPOINTMENT. -
Joseph M. Fitzgerald LFtI ; '
KODAK Attorney for Plaintiff ; Corner_ Hinges
236 Security Trust Building :
._ .. Miami 32. Florida Lottie Baisden -
full-Sa.Ver FRanklin 1-5673 BuHer C mpartment ; A .o tjc
: June 27 Died At Kenansville : __ Interior- Ught

CAMERAS NINTH IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT.COURT, Lottie D.. Baisden 60, of Ken- .

IN AND FOR ansville, passed away Saturday Protective D oor 'Sto :. \! FJi Gtfci.l Tr '

HtKt AT YOU* Hf ApaiMKrMS I OSCEOLA COUNTY.. 6487 FLORIDANO. morning after several weeks ill-

"OR "'Cfuar tAICING.. V.uUE. Ji REYNALDO. A. ANLLO, ) ness.
.
ivs., Plaintiff. )) A native of Deer Park, she

PATRICIA ANN ANLLO. ) had been a lifelong resident of
Defendant. ) Osceola County.She $19995
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MRS. PATRICIA ANN ANLLO was a member of the
I m LrLTl c/o James Loughlin Lakeview Baptist Church .Ken 7-MHIion refrigerators
35 Squantum Street
Worcester. Massachusetts ansville. in uss ten years With 'Trade

6AS .REFRIGERATION I YOU an ARE Amended HEREBY Complaint NOTIFIEDthat for Survivors include her husband er longer ou.um -- -- TA212W

Divorce has been filed against you. George Bartley Baisden. Three

Modern. silent refrigeration is and you are required to serve a daughters, Mrs. Jack Sever, Mi-
of Answer or pleadingto
tops . Eervel: Gas refrigerationis copy the Amended your Complaint on the ami; Mrs. Bill Stinson. Tallahassee -

absolutely silent . lasts Plaintiffs attorney. GEORGE L. and Mrs. Samuel Hunter
longer (no moving parts) . CLAPHAM. 60 North Court Street.
Fort Benning, Georgia. Three
Fic..i Post Office Box 2062. Orlando. Florida
automatic ice-maker with
no
BROWNIE and file the original Answeror sons, ,John H. Baisden Eustis;
mussy, fussy ice trays . constant pleading In the office of the FURNITURE CO.
supply of ice. Gas refrigeration Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Adona Baisden. Miami and PARKS
provides service in any CAMERA OUTFIT before the 29th day of July. 1963. Glenn R. Baisden Kenansville
weath . 10 If you fall to do so. a decree pro
warranty.GREEN'S Two
year brothers Luther Davis, St.
confesso will be taken against you I
Complete snapshot outfit for the relief demanded In the Cloud and Ulysses Davis Fort

. at low, low cost! Complaint.DATED at Klssimmee Osceola Drum. Three sisters, Mrs. Ethel
County. Florida this 20th day of Collins Jacksonville; Mrs. KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

Everything for indoor-outdoor June. 1933.GLENN RAY. Bertha Crosby, St Cloud and 847-4171 892-2011

pictures in .one valuepackedoutfit Clerk of the Circuit Court Mrs. Grace Vickers. Orlando.
FUELI3JL Brownie Fiesta ,camera Osceola County. Florida .--- --- --
(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
takes snaps in color and black- By /Marjorie R. Haye
and-white, even color slides. I Deputy Clerk r
i aim and shoot! June 27. July 4, 11, 18. 1963
Just For indoor
... . ...... .-.. I I B 1 1
pictures, flash holder slips righton NOTICE TO BIDDERS I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to
of Outfit includes
FURNITURE top camera. all Interested bidders that the
PARKS
CO. camera,flash holder,film, bulbs, Board of County Commissioners of
batteries, neck strap In gift box. Osceola County. Florida will, receive -
"See Us For Your Gas AppliancesJIKISSIMMEE sealed bids until 10:00 A. M.
July 15. 1963. for air conditioning
ST. CLOUD $988 units for the small auditorium In
the County Agricultural Pavilion
847-4171 892-2011 located on Highway 441 between
KIssimmee and St. Cloud In Os-
ceola County. Florida.
Specifications for said units may
be obtained from the Clerk of the
Hunt Bros. Board of County Commissioners. r
Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida.
Immediately following the time
I shown above the proposals received
"The OpenFront will be publicly opened and read.
The County reserves the right to
reject any and all bids and to waive
Store" formalities.
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f 865.09. Florida Statute will register NOTICE TO CREDITORS Elizabeth C. Martin i i Kisslmmee. Florida within six cal be sworn to by the claimant his _The Klssinvnee Cazette, Kissfanmee, Fla., hearse, June %1. 196S 5
NOTICESNOTICE Clerk ALL CREDITORS, Domiciliary Executrix of endar months from the date of the will
i with the of. the Circuit ,jTO LEGATEES. cent or attorney. or the same -
AND the estate of '' firstpublication of this Notice. to law. | MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and
Court of Osceola County. Florida i DISTRIBUTEES ALL PER- become void according l
UNDER FICTITIOUS I the fictitious name to-wlt: : SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Ralph Martin deceased Each claim or demand must be In This the 13th day of June. 1963. ;TO NOTICE OF srrr for Osceola County. Florida. and
NAME STATUTE Courthouse Super Service under I AGAINST SAID ESTATE: PHILLIP R. KELLEYP. writing and must state the place /Hewlett M. Abrams I : serve a copy thereof upon HAROLD
Notice Is hereby given that the ROBERT R. HARDEN and t A. WARD. HI. of the firm of Wln-
and
of residence of the claimant
O. BOX 331 Executor of the Estate |
f which we are engaged in business YOU AND EACH OF YOU are wife. !
SARA G. HARDEN, his
i undersigned pursuant to the "Fic d tat 222 Emmett Street. Klsslmmee. hereby notified and required to (12 E. Monument Ave.) must be sworn to by the claimanthis of George Walton i i I clel'wfedle. Haines & Ward 224Prk
titious Name Statute" I Chattanooga. Tennesseeand
Chapter i j Florida. present any claims which you. or Klsslmmee. Florida agent or attorney or the same Abrams deceased. Avenue South. Winter Park
will become void according to law to any and all other parties' Ftorlda. Attorneys for Plaintiff In
That the parties Interested InI either of you. may have against Attorney for Executrix Brlnson and McWhirter ,
said business enterprise are as fol- I the estate of Ralph Martin deceas- June 6. 13. 20. 27. 1963 This the 12 day of June. 1963. Attorneys at Law claiming any right title followdescribed the above action on or before the
I Interest In and to the
I '3! David Monroe Drawdy IStt day of July. 1963. else a Deere -
UTTIE PIIESor lows: John E. Moore and Edwin L. 1 ed. late of Cuyahoga County. State Klsslmmee. Florida
to wit
NOTICE OF THE FILING OF A property : Pro ConfeMO will
Administrator of the be entered
June 20 27. July 4. 11. 1963
Hartley. Dated at Klssimmee. Os of Ohio with the County edge of PETITION FOR ADOPTION Lot 55. FAIRLAWN MANOR aftttest
Estate of you
ceola County. Florida May 28A. Osceola County at KIssimmee. Florida "
SAWDUST TO: Lois Pauline Drawdy. SUBDIVISION as per the Mat IT IS ORDERED that chic t be
D. within six calendar months IN THE CIRCUIT 'COURT. NINTH
1963.JOHN Wylie A. Pearce deceased. thereof as recorded! in Plat Book published In The Klsslmmee ('..aa'tte. -
E. MOORE from the date of the first publica- JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 1. Page 377. Public Records of .
IN YOUR HOME EDWIN 1.. HARTLEY tion of this notice. Each claim or andFrederick Brlnson &: McWhirterI i OSCEOLA COUNTY. Osceola County. Florida. newspaper published In Os-
May 30. June 6. 13. 20. 27. 1963 demand must be in writing and Howes Attorneys at Law FLORID ceola' County Florida. once! each
| must state the place of residence of You and each of you are hereby I I Kisstin ee. Florida IN CHANCERY BANK) I YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFEDthat wHk for four consecutive weeks
'
I IN THE COUNTY the claimant and be notified that a petition for adopI June 20. 27. July 4. 11. 1963 the Plaintiff PENINSULANATIONAL WITNESS the hand of the Clerkof
JUDGE'S sworn to by I. OF CEDARHURST. a national) BANK OF CEDAR-
the
Circuit
tion of ROBIN LYNN Court Osceola Coun-
t POWDER POST'BEETLES ,. I COS ALA AND FOR Claimant his agent or attorney or minor child has been filed In the IN THE COURT OF THECOUNTY'JUDGE banking corporation organized) HURST a national banking corporation ty. Florida. this the 10th day of
the will become
COUNTY. same void according I and under the Laws of
existing under
Judicial organized and existing .
t ;;. Circuit Court of the Ninth J... 1963.aRCI.'IT ,
law.
STATE OF FLORIDA to OSCEOLA the United States of America. )
FLORIDA the Laws
COUNTY. of the United States of
for Osceola County. I
in and
Circuit
( COURT !SEAL)
JIN This third of I
RE: ESTATE OF day June. 1963. Plaintiff. )
cafll No. 6499 i NOTICE TO CREDITORS America has Instituted suit againstyou
Florida under Chancery 's/ GLENN RAY
RALPH MARTIN deceased j ELIZABETH C:. MARTIN and you are further notified that. IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) vs. ) in the Circuit Court of the I Clerk of Circuit Court
f vf t, you are hereby required to be and GEORGE WALTON ABRAMS ) ROBERT R. HARDEN and ) Ninth Judicial Circuit in and forOsceola Wlnderueedle. Haines A Ward
CARD OF THANKS appear In the said court on the 10th Deceased. SARA G. HARDEN. his wife. ) County. Florida the nature 294 Park Avenue. South
BROASTEDCHICKEN I day of July 1963 to show cause To all Creditors. Legatees. Dis WILLIAM 'ALEWINE and JO 1 of the suit is to foreclose that I I Winter Park. Florida
I May we take this method of why the said petition should not tributees, and all Persons having ANN ALEWINE. his wife. CASH) certain mortgage which encumbers I I June 13. 20. 27 July 4. 1963
for the sake of your home thanking our neighbors and be granted. Claims or Demands against said BROTHERS INC.. a Florida ) the above described property. said I
friends for their kind expres- Dated this 3rd day of June 1963. Estate corporation and THE CITY OF) property being situated and located '
sions of in be- Clerk of the Circuit Court You and each of you are hereby KISSIMMEE. a Florida municipal -) In Osceola County. Florida. Yon BUY FROM THE
CALL I FREEZETTE sympathy our By: /GLENN RAY. notified and required to presentany corporation. ) I and each of you are hereby required I KZETTE ADVERTISERS
reavement. These expressionshave Cleric claims 'which you. or either of Defendants ) to file your Answer with thi..
847-3489 i DRIVE-IN been deeply appreciated.The t (Circuit Court Seal) 'you. may have against the estateof
Fleming Family John A. Reed. Jr. George: Walton Abrams 'deceas-
of Rush. Reed and Marshall ed late of Osceola County Florida.
Attorneys for Petitioner to the County Judge of said Countyat : ; ,
East Livingston Avenue his office in the Court Houseat '

t 155 Orlando. Florida June 6. 13. 20.27. 1963 calendar Kissimmee.months Florida from,the within date six of f? W@"c /@@
,
the first\ publication of this Notice. :
I CALL FOR BIDS Each ,claim or demand must be In
I NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS I writing and must state the place of
residence "
YIPPEE5B! I of the claimant and mustROONEY'S .
1 Sealed bids will be received at
the office-of the--Board -of "Public _.".'....".:': '<(>>i.."': >.:.'.,,<.."S.t-'.#.'.>.. "'v..'':; Osceola County at '
TO(4132ND TKacker lon3f Ernest Sts.. Klsslm I ,
mee. Florida up to 10:00: A. M.
EST. Tuesday, July 16. 1963 for

the room complete at Kissimmee construction High of School lunch-, GENERAL' ELECTRIC .GENERAL .; ELECTRIC

Kissimmee and R. E. Jefferies Ele-
mentary School. St. Cloud Florida.All .
bids received will be publicly
FREEZER CHEST FREEZER
opened and read aloud. Plans and
eclHcatitons may be examinedat
the office of the School Super-
intendent. Ernest and Thacker Sts..
Kl.sslmm or at the office of ''j
Charles H. Parsons, architect. 18 N.
ANNUAL Stewart Ave.. Klssimmee Florida.
One set of plans and specifications n
may be secured by general 1
contractors only from the office of 1 { I \
the architect by depositing $25.00. II I' ; --- -
SILVER SPURS RODEOJULY INSTRUCTION BOARD OF PUBLIC

Osceola County. Florida.By .
/*/ W. B. Stephens.
Secretary
June 20. 27:" July 4, 1963
3 & 4 RODEO ROUNDUP
IN THE COURT OF THE {
COUNTY JUDGE
OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA
OPENING PERfORMANCE-July 3-8 p.m. MATINEE 2:30 p.m. July 4 NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN '63 TEMPEST Sedan
RE THE ESTATE OF )
LOIS PAULINE DRAWDY ) Automatic::_ 2795

SILVER SPURS ARENA HIGHWAY 441 To Deceased all Creditors.. Legatees. D ls- '62 TEMPEST Sedan
tributees and all Persons having $2495
Air Conditiontd___
Claims Demands said
or against
BETWEEN Estate: ( Med
KISSIMMEE-ST. CLOUD 61 TEMPEST Sedan
You and each of you are hereby Model
notified and required to present Automatic__;....__$1495
any claims which you, or eitherof CA222 ,.
Bareback Bronc Riding Bulldogging you, may have against the estate I 60 FALCON Sedan e 12.0 CU. FT. 12.0 CU. FT.
:'r of Lois Pauline Drawdy. deceased. Straight Stick_____$1195
I.
Saddle Bronc Riding late of Ocseola County, Florida to
Open Barrel Races '
the County Judge of said County I 59 PONTIAC'

Bull Riding Clown Acts at his office In the Court: House at I 9 Passenger Wagon__$1395 Total contact freezing shelves 0 Fast freezing anywhere in box

y.-,, II '59 DODGE position temperature control O No exterior sweating Counter
II
Calf Roping Horse Racing I door shelves balanced lid
Q I 6 Passenger Wagon__1095 Adjustable ,
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f I 58 BONNEVILLE
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RESERVED SEATS I '57 MERCURY EITHER ONE /(7) S

GENERAL ADMISSION 4-Door Sedan_____$795

Adults $3.00 Adults $2.00 '57 OLDSMOBILEAir $792 FOR ONLY... 8Jf/ '(f YI

Conditioned____
Children $2.00 Children $1.00 I I. '57 FORD Fairlant 500

Box .Seats for 4 $8.00 $ Gr 2-Door Sedan..s695



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847-2881 To Place Your Ad. Deadline For All Classified Advertising Tuesdays At Noon

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"'be sworn to by claimant. his agent Kissimmee.: Florida I ,
FOR SALE: Attractive, modern or the same will be-I Administrator
or attorney Attorney for STOVES -
ARTICLESFOR five room, frame two car garage -, comeold according to law. June 20. 27 July 4. 11 I -UFtKHXATOtS I Call. ,
REALTORAMA i I I THIS the 14th day of June 1363. "
SALE '. clean. 313 Patrick. Call I ELMER KEEN I USED Parks Furniture Co.
Marie James Osceola Hospital. As Administrator of BUY FROM THE I
Estate of Sallie Keen. .
FURNITURE
GAZETTE ADVERTISERSdt i >. Deceased. ii For Promo po
FOR SALE Mobile home 3 bedroom
: J i Stwell-Thurmond
I Ellis F Davis
BARGAIN BARNc.m'h. 1% baths was er anddryer. f 1 URIOBAJOa
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le; Zipper 3e; Teeth > All appliances lateI Church ORLANDO pt.M 847-4171
Bracken 7e; Ear Beta Se; She** ;
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Shirts$1.50: BMJTS'1; Pants Se; Nylons$1; Dresses S9e; I f MAGNOLIA by owner. Box I : Flowers For All Occasion
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Hskkles Ie; Panties 15e; BelU !! 2518 Sun Mobile Park. COUNTRY i Christian Science
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Hair Net. 4e; T-Shlrts 39c; Society
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHILri I
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Bargain Bar*. Come U Sibert I i HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. I SPECIAL [ Lash Wdn *d y t.p.m.
Mills WarehoMse 309 N.landdph
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Immediately.BARGAIN Follow the slnis NORTH - - 25 ItOABWAT 847<4St1 s....,Sennets.. . . . 11 .jS .
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Open Week Day. A.d Ssmday*_ I I .4cy **MI . .. . iW eGREEN'S -..

s I I WANTEDCHRISTMAS "}|I'I'I ACRES BEDROOMS 3 COMPLETE LUBRICATIONS i LEARN BARBERING I

FOR SALE: 10 x 46 trailer with 3 Insure Year f.tare tm a
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awning and patio. Air Conditioned TOILETS AND OIL CHANGES well-pay Diy Night profession CUss"
All Electric. Mint STARTS EARLY V.A. Approved
Green. 8474936. with Avon. Cash in on the big .' MILES FROM KISSIMMEEBuilt PLUS FOUR WASH JOBS : Orlando Barber College Sales and Service

Fall and Christmas Selling Sea- SS99 8. Orange Blossom Tr.

FOR SALE: Grandfather clock. sons. Be an Avon Representative of cedar and cypress . I I OA 5-M78 FlteM 147-4171 147-4171
Antique store in Triangle build in your neighborhood.Write K1SS1MMB
ing. Would like to find new Avon Manager P.O. Box Double Garage . Fireplace . FREE i SAND ROCK Phone
i For Go DeKvcry:
home. 2427. Vero Beach, Florida. Oak Floors . Screened Porch . II ,iI I MORTAR MIX Harold Wiool 847-2058
STEEL & WIRE MESH R.A. Fletcher 847-4539
MIDDLE AGE MAN wants
To Rent-$100 Month WITH EACH USED CAR' I Kenneth lied,"
SHRDIP steady work. Write P. O. Box f 892-769515'[ OoudJ)

1066 St. Cloud Florida. FLORIDA PRICED $450.00 OR HIGHER .- For Gel Service:Phone
In A Basket REALTYCOU'NSELORS I( n rrSEEEI J. 8. Rountree 847-4062
SALESMAN WANTED: Real Es- Ii Robert AllenEmory
FREEZEDRIVEIN tate Full office: cooperation. Iranian 847-4570
Contact Mr. Reese. 10055 South INC. i I Leo Girourd 847-2041
R. H. HoII892.1212.! St. Cloud
Orange Blossom Trail or phone 2 Broadway Kissimmee Check Our USED CAR BARGAINS or toll H. T. Simmons.Mgr.
Orlando 8551710. f I 847-4819
847-3156 847-3157 During This Sale-June 28 to July 6AUTREY : KISSIMMEETRANSIT.MIX
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Robert O'fterry 847-3219
Profitable dealership available I b# R.W. louittr 8473442

representing established lead FOR RENT: Room, private bath FOR SALE: Three bedroom I I. Phone: 847.3524 John Evan,St.Cloud 892-3482

ing Florida Aluminum Prod- and entrance. Near shuffle house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x i I
-
ucts Manufacturer. Prefabri- court. $8-50 per week. 8474640. 300. Air conditioned. Priced to MOTOR CO. i

J cated units for the Building sell. Contact Betty Eby 847- Radio and SfiftVICI
RENT Furnished ELECTRICAL
Rodeo FOR 2 bedroom
Trade and Home Improvement 2881 or 8474266. Middle of Broadway : APPLIANCES
house. Rest Mattresses
Beauty
Fields. Write P. O. Box 15175. '
carporte near lake FOR SALE: Five lots No. 20-21- cowim HOW wwwwtes
SpecialsOne Tampa Florida, for details. T V
cool, comfortable nice living- 22-23-24 in Block A. Carolina I FURNITURE CO.
HELP WANTED. MALE & FE- adults 1 child. $60.00 month. Terrace on old Dixie Highway ARKS

Lot MALE: HIGHER STEADY IN- 847-2380. between Kissimmee and Or
U.S.GOVERNMENT LAND i
LADIES DRESSES COME for reliable man or woman lando. .
FORSALE
FOR RENT: One and two bed-
Drastically ReducedOne ,in serving Kissimmee.Watkins Average customers room trailers by week or FOR SALE: Expressway Homes BY SEALED BID ''PIORRIS 11 CLEANERS

month. Rainbow Mobile Homes moved to your lot. Some withno
$65.00 weekly and more to !i
Lot and Trailer Park, MichiganAve. down Small
payment.
start full or part time. No in-
,
LADIES SANDALS $1.99 vestment; no experience re % mile off Vine Street. monthly payments. Phone 847- OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA Spring QeaniRg U a Breeze with our SanHone Services

quired. Write C. R.Ruble,Dept. Past Bowling alley. 2367 after 6 p.m. Jewell House ;I for Drapes Slip Covers Blankets. feather Pifl W1.I .

Complete Western J-2. P. O. Box 2447, Memphis FOR RENT: 1 bedroom furn- Movers. Approximately 0.87 acre of Government-owned land with 1.23 acres per-

Outfit from Hats to Boots Tennessee. ished house newly decorated, Extra Large choice home sites petual road right- -way tasement and 0.01 acre revocable license for paved KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
nice living. $45 month. Suitablefor trailer or business lots. High turn out on State Highway No.530 is for sale. .

Your FOR RENTFOR couple one child. 847-2380, end Dry. Electricity and good i 103 East Dakin Telephone 847.441ROTHROCK
TROPICAL PARK. water. $10 down. $8 month. The property,identified as the ILS Outer Marker Annex No.2,U suburban I
Western Headquarters in character and suited for farming and storage nse.Improvement
Why more? Save high rent.
FOR' RENT: Two and three pay *consist of one concrete block building((373 sq.ft.floor area),
GOOLD'SDepart RENT: Two bedroom house room apartments. Aircondition TROPICAL PARK on Route 960 lineal feet of chain link fencing: and other related improvement.
furnished. Screened front porch 441 in North Kissimmee. -U\I' . i
D 1t Store ed. Morefield Building opposite M
26 Broadway and utility room. 915 Patrick postoffice. Also furnishedhouse Bids will be opened at 10:30 A.M.Iuly 31,1963.in Bid Opening Room at i
Inquire at 913 Patrick. 606 Emmett.APARTMENTS LEGAL NOTICESIN address below.Write or call immediately to the office below for additional I
THE COUNTY information and forma on which bids must be made. I
FOR RENT-$9 JUDGE'S COURT I

$11 $12 per week. Mrs. Paul OSCEOLA COUNTY.CASE FLORIDA NO. 572)! I SEPTIC TANK CO

:FOREIGN' BsALUMINUM Davis, 114 Emmett Street SALLIE IN RE ESTATE KEEN. Deceased.OF ))" I I

NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo
GENERAL SERVICES
i Foreign employment offers men and women choice of 19 countries-free Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer All Creditors. Legatees. Distrib ADMINISTRATION I
tran.portation-apecial tax benefits-bonuses-liberal vacations-And apartments with lake and shuf utees and All Persons having ., Culvert Tile for Driveways
I a most unique way of life in government careen or with American < fleboard. By week month or Estate Claims or Demands Against said ; Septic Tanks-a size for need.
companies their subsidiaries.Over half a million Americans work and year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud You and each of you are hereby Real Property Division every
live exceptionally well outside the U.s.A. You can earn up to $1.600 Hwy. 441.REAL. notified claims and which required to either presentany of j Cement Work.280. Gallon Grease Traps
per month paid in U.S. currency. For complete information send $2 to you. may have against you. or the estateof 1776 Peachtree Street,N.W. '
Foreign Projects. P. O. Box 1945. Beverly Hills Calif. Sallie Keen. deceased late of -
ESTATEWANTED Osceola County. Florida to the ,'
CALIFORNIA JOBS County Judge of Osceola County. 1 Atlanta Georgia ; 15 Years ExperienceK.
Florida. at Kissimmee. Florida.
within six calendar months from C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
1 Thousands of new job openings now in Southern California in all fields. the date of the first publication of
Two lots for Individual -
I Permanent job security. Send $2 for job information names and : this notice. Each claim or demand TR 6-3311 Ext.5631
addresses to California Jobs. P. O. Box 1944. Beverly Hills Calif. trailer parking. A. Miller, must be In writing and must state
h t X 918 Bryan Street. the place of residence and post-
of the claimant and
office address
I Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.


AWNINGS! i

PICK-UP SPECIAL! !F I PHONE: 847-3524

Aluminum awnings or door -
Y's
1 hoods (white only]. Inters -

locking slat type. STEEL SALESANY

'18.98 each.48"Wx40" '
tat '
Protection. V I DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT

For more width add '!** for every 2" required.

EXAMPLE: : Competitively Priced

50"W-M9H to. 52"W-'2

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These prices good at our office only! We will deliver and ..; :':.t. HORSITXAILUS AND unun TRA1UXS

3 add *... each. r-.. ;.., .""... -..' ; ._., SWIM SUITSAssorted
hang or mart; t :..,.. ." \ i BUILT AND REPAIRED
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HOW IMPORTANT AREWOMEN For Any Of LADIES' LADIES'JAMAICA PHONE 847-3898


These Services COTTON-POPLIN SHORTS

? BRAS OSCEOLA TIRE
e New Houses Asserted Soes end Cbfers

CommercialSt..chlres Ss834-40A&BGup) White leg. 77c SERVICELTAI

1. Each year. It costs 8 billion dollars to clothe her. 1.3 Reg.69t ;, Custom Recapping W r

billion to preserve her. (cosm.tics..tc.) Remodeling NGW2fer78Cl t Now 57'LADfES' 223 S. BERMUDA

2. She controls 70% of the nation's wealth and has a ; PHONE 847-2207
direct influence on the balance. Additions
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3. She makes up one-third} of the labor force takes i
home 20%- of oil woges. Aluminum
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4. She buys 90% of all household supplies and exerts a Sidi gAhHRitttHR HALF SLIPS KWISI-
moor influence over 83% of all consumer purchase
inII Me m ... / ) ECONOMIZE

Women are important people and when it comes to insurance Awnings teS-SlJW
we give them the attention courtesy and service to which they 1
i Extra QwsHty JIeeB
ore entitled. Try us. Storefront i i i Now 57eMcCRORY'S

t t At No Extra Cent
Marquee :
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EstimatesSEE ... 1474021Member


LUPFER'SInsurance
of Oseeola county BeB&rs AaaeeiftUea

K. C* (tare: Jr.

Agency "TRIANGLEBU1LWNG. OSCEOLA CEMENTPRODUCTS.

1918-- 1963 1O3 Broadway f tHC.j
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I 11 Slmwt St.
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