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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: July 4, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00286
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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'. S S1 g t, THE 'PROGRESS QF KISSIMMIJEJ AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 68 YEARS


,; \\,30, KS& c ,1 da KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1963 Established Phone M72S81Market _18M PRICE TEN CENTS I

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s State Mails ChecksTo !
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67 CountiesState
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4 Comptroller Ray E.

Green said yesterday checks for

57,800 are being mailed to eachof

the 67 counties. It is the final

\ v ti payment from the race track tax
At the Kissimmee Livestock fund for the current fiscal per

RETURN FROM CRUISE Ruth Griffin left and Market WednesdaY, 456 cattle iod. I
and calves were sold comparedto The comptroller saJd the payment -
Fc ,ttce* Ragecft, 2ucrc relumed,fro m c cevec1'<2ty cruate Co \ r
412 a week ago. brings the total received.
San Puerto Rico and St. Thomas Islands.
Juan Virgin Compared to last Wednesday this fiscal by each county from :

They are shown above aboard the intimate and charming slaughter classes too few for I the race track tax fund to 5206.-

luxury steamship,Ariadne. 1 testexcept cows steady and I 800, the highest in the history I I

calves $501.00 higher. Stocker I the tax. Each county last year I II

Parole SuccessesIn steers steady, heifers and cows received $201,000. I

I practically void and calves 1.00 .iL\

I 2.00 higher with most gain on I -.t' Judy Returned ATTEND SHORT COURSE'-Over 400 boys attended theBoy's
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250-450 lb. weights. Calves com- .".
Are 4-H Club short the of Florida
County UpParole prised 82 percent of the run From PageantJudy I course on University

with nearly three-fourths ol total campus at Gainesville. Shown here orienting the Osceola
VISITS GARDENS-Miss Jndy Guynn Miss Osceola Guynn, Miss Osceola
has succeeded in 80 returning to pasture. t' County boys and handing out is Leland Kay,
per friendly atmosphere and lesser visited the Sarasota Gardens the County, did well at the Miss Florida programs
County Jungle
cent of cases in Osceola County.I number of temptations. Averagecase Good 900-1200 lb. slaughter during pageant but not quite good parliamentarian of the State 4-H council Wauchula. The4H'ers
"Miss Florida Contest". Shown above is I
compared with a national aver steers $22.00-23.25.( Judy making
load in Osceola County enough to be among the winners. : from left to right, front row Spencer Overstreet,
age of 30 per cent. number of parolees to be super- Utility cows $15.50-18.00, cutter friends with "Henry", one of the colorful macaws that Her presentation of "0 Mio Ralph Ward, Kissimmee John Wheaton, St. Cloud. Back

Kissimmee Rotarians heard vised at any time) is 55 to 60 $13.00-16.00. welcomes visitors from all over the world, to this famed Babbino Caro" brought her much r
this from row, Jim Smith Osceola County agricultural agent, Eddie
W. D. Heuck probationand cases. Utility bulls $17.0019.00.Good I attraction. applause at the Sarasota pageant.
parole supervisor for the Florida Heuck emphasized that this has calves $23.50-25.00, stand- Mrs. Boots Cody who accom- Clinton Kissimmee Bobby Kinner St. Cloud Dee Vie to

Parole Commission, whose nothing to do with probation: ard $20.0024.00.Few panied her, said talent and beauty I man and Bill Ward, Kissimmee..

jurisdiction is Orange and Osce "probation is granted or specified medium 450-650 lb. feeder- Mickie Evans To among all of the girls was out-

ola Counties. by the sentencing judge. stocker steers 175020.50, com- standing. She described the weekas ':
Success, he explained, means Parole is the conditional releaseof mon 16501800. a strenuous one for the girls. City All Set For

that the parolee has found a job I a prisoner who has served Good and few choice 250-500 Miss Guynn she said, was in

and "gone straight"-kept out of 'I'! part of his sentence, when the, lb. calves $23.00-26.00. medium Headline Show the same talent group as the

further trouble. In Osceola County Commission believes he has been $20.00-24.00, common 17002000. I winner Miss Miami. Because of ; Rodeo WeekendFlorida's

it's hampered by "the big I rehabilitated. Medium and few good 100-250 I TO APPEAR I this she was at a slight disadvantage

problem-finding a job"; but it's Ibs. $24.00-31.00, common $20.00- I j Mickie Evans, popular western because she was being
helped. by the more rural and I (Continued on Page 5)I !24.50. I'singing star of stage, radio and]I compared with the ultimate \vn- i "country fun," good horse

----- TV, will headline the evening I ner. 1 Cow Capital took on a festive manship, and has been able
I II I
Incomes I stage shows of the Mid-Florida 1 I i I I $ air this weekend as preparations through the years to erect a

Family I Boat-a-cade OfficialsMet Sportsman's Show which opens Plan To Beautify were made for the I modern steel arena with un-

I On Wednesday, July 3, through July] i 32nd semi-annual Silver Spurs dercover seats for 7,000 peo
FridayThe 6th at the Kissimmee Valley Agri- Strip AnnouncedA I rodeo which will run for two : ple.

Show Increase I !culture Center on Route 441 between i performances on Wednesday I The 1963 midsummer show
directors for the Kissim- I Kissimmee -and St. Cloud. plan to beautify the median I evening and Thursday after 'will be held under approvalof

mee Boat A Cade, Florida's Miss Evans, the petite yodler, J strip on Broadway has been pre-1: noon. Rodeo Cowboys Association 1

The annual income of the dominates.The original, met Friday to discuss has been invited to help judgethe serted to the State Road Depart-i Silver Spurs Big Boss Hank sad contestants will include

"typical" Florida family rose lowest median family in- the literature being distributedby Mid-Florida Talent Show the ment for approval it was learn-| Partin-just back from a honeymoon professionals from all

during the 1949 to 1959 decaue by come in the state was reportedin Okeechobee Cross State night of July 4th; will be featuredon ed here yesterday.The states that he is parts of the country.

about $2,200, a recent Universityof Holmes County, where only 16 Waterway Association.In the July 5th show, with the plan is the result of efforts I very well impressed with the The program includes five

Florida study reports. families out of 2,846 reported in- one piece, the association talent show winners and the Parade made by the chamber of com I 21 head of bucking hores main events: bull riding,

The income rise saw Florida comes of over 515,000 and where claims[ that the Kissimmee boaters of Central Florida Beauty merce beautification committee, which were added to the bareback bronc riding, saddle

second only to Virginia among the median was $2,137. some 200 strong are goingto Queens. of which Miss Lottie Lawler was stock In the Silver Spurs corral bronc riding, calf roping, and

southeastern states in terms of The study was prepared by join in a cross-state. "Boat-A- Saturday night, July 6th, Mickie chairman and Bill Morse is now I received last week from steer wrestlingIn

annual family income with $4,722. Dr. Madelyn Kafoglis of the Cade." will again be featured, with Don Mickie Evans chairman.The Louisiana and other points. addition to other contest

Average family income in the Bureau of Ecnomic and Business "That just isn't true" K. C. Masters, well known Orlando mas- I, proposal was created by" 'This gives us 47 bucking events for youngsters the

state, however, was considerablybelow Research. Economic Leaflets re- Moore Jr., president of the Kiss- ter of magical mysteries; plus: the Kissimmee Valley Livestock Paul W. Day, landscaperforesterwho I horses," he said, M probably :program will include demon

the national median, which porting on aspects of economicsand immee organization declared.He the finals of the Miss Majorette Show, focuses attention on the now lives in St. Cloud. He I the biggest string of rodeo strations by the famous Silver .

was 55.660 according to the business I are published further pointed out that the of Osceola County contest. "recreational potentials and ac- completed his detailed drawingsof bucking horses in the state." Spurs Horseback Quadrille

study published in the current monthly by the Bureau and are ossimmee trip is scheduled for Mickie making her first Kist tivities of Osceola County and the the proposal in May. j In addition the club own Its and the Kiddie Quadrille
"Economic Leaflets" by the available to Florida residentsfree October and the Okeechobee t t simmee appearance, has appeared Mid-Florida area. The drawings, which have been own rodeo bull stock "includ- both under direction of O L.

University's Bureau of Economicand upon request. trip for August. on the Hayloft Hoedown Show, This is being accomplished by presented to the SRD show that Ing two or three which have "Slim" Partin.
Grand Ole Op'ry the County Car- club and commercial exhibits in he would use, in specified places 1 never been ridden. : Music for the show will be

Business Research. nival.Show, and was the winnerof the field of sports, recreation and sago palm, spreading juniper! Partin said the bull identified provided by the Wagon \
This variance between state Local Elks Club Mayor Proclaims Talent Search Country Style; leisure time activities.A nandina white azalea, pink! azalea ., as "Number One" came Wheels string band of Orlan i

and national figures is attributed Bell and has worked with practicallyall number of contests including both hybrid and dwarf, and,i from the Roy Bass ranch and do.Other
in part to the low percentage of Observes July 4th Ringing Day of the top artists in the country "casting" are scheduled as after- liriope border grass. 1 hasn't been ridden in three I officers of the Silver

high income families $10,000or Mayor Adrian Bovis, in conjunction and western music field. noon events. Traffic safety has been takei years of Silver Spurs rodeos, I Spurs Club include Garry I

more a year as comparedwith Realizing the need for a posi- ; with a nation wide bell- Known as the South's fastest Part of a long holiday weekend into consideration in the plantings Lt and the "Number Eleven" \Straub, "little boss;" Patty
tive Americanism in
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the on a national program bull from Kissimmee's famous Redgrave "roundup boss J.
.percentage ;. ;ringing program in observance and highest yodler, Mickie Evans series of entertainment, the Mid ;
basis, \ the battle against international Bevil Asks t' Heart Bar is an unridden Cj Chapman "old bossy and
who ;
1 oLthe': ;; Fourth of July is asking "has wite*over 30 songs, isappreaafed Florida Sportsman's'Show is being County -' '
Tnly two states outside the communism, Americanism Chair: renditionof y i i veteran of eight rodeos! Kirby Hneock "straw heea."
held Silver
for her fine concurrently wlth.the
I that all churches, civic and ;
Bill of Kissimmee'Elks : For lUghtof'WayC NON-PROFIT GROUP J
southeast North and South man .May ballads and sacred songs. Spurs Rodeo and the Florida I The board of d-ireeton Includes
Lodge No. 1873 presented a fit :patriotic> organizations in the .1 1 The Silver Spurs club' is a Shang Bronson, Clay
Dakota have lower median fam- bells Thurs- The Sportsman's Show, sponsored Quarter-Horse Association Jam E. Bevil again asked thE<
ily income than Florida the re- ting program during the regular I city ring at one p.m. by the Board of Directors of boree. county commission for assurance:i non-profit community organization Whaley Cecil Knecnel Rob- j
meeting on Tuesday evening, I day. which has for Its purpose I ert Godwin A. L Bullis, Slim
that his son and son-in-law wouldnot I
port says.Income All citizens are also urged to the encourgement of Partin Charles Partin.
distributions in the July 2nd for the observance of be able to block him from I. j and
display the stars and stripes
Independence Day July Fourth.
state vary considerably among from business places and residences his property. : r Barber ReunionSet
Reminding the members Services Held For
the counties and regions. In 13 pre- in commemoration of Bevil said he gave the two men,.
counties in the northern part of sent of the challenge of com property on each side an old railroad I for SundayThe
munism in Cuba and throughoutthe this country's most valuable :; Maurine B. May
right of He owns five
the state, 50 per cent or more bay. tJ.lLtlLkllLt way. ,
of the families have less than world, Bill May asserted birthright-Independence acres on which, he said, he wantsto annual reunion of the

$3,000 annually while tax coun- I that our paramount necessity Is i build a home. The five acres..1 j Maurine Blanche May, 81, of Barber family in Florida is

ties reported Incomes over 55. internal strength which can Allen Glass Has t 7Ilrt. would be landlocked were it not.,560 Broadway, Kissimmee, widow scheduled for Sunday, July 7th

000 annually.The come only from unity of under- for the right of way. :of former Kissimmee Mayor and at the C. M. Barber Place one

median income In standing and purpose and a will- Completed Course ,p He said the two relatives have Chairman of Osceola County mile south of MacQenny. be-
highest ingness to place our Nation's !. i By BETTY EBY blocked the railroad of ':School Board Hugh R. May. pass-
the state was reported in Bre- Cadet Allen F. Glass, son of :, right way tween state highways 238 and
safety and welfare above personal with a fence and trees. !ed away Tuesday after a lengthy 121. A picnic-style dinner will be
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of < .
where .
Mr. and Mrs. W. Glass
vard County new types Edgar ,
interest. And as moral valuesare I t* : ,. ,, The commission Monday assured -i illness. spread at 1 p.m. Plates cups,
such aircraft I
manufacturing as 106 Aultman St.. Kissimmee, is
the basis of our society, the .. him he would'be able to I A native of Charleston South and forks are provided by the
i instruments and electronics, scheduled to complete six weeksof
responsibility of each citizen to get to his property. j Carolina, she had been a resident re-union organization.This .
pushed median income to 56,123, training at the Reserve Officer , Mrs. Irene Osmun of Dellwood j I
live by these moral values is Judith Roberson and Edith Be- of this community for the past event will
bring together
the only Instance in the state Training Corps (ROTC sum-, Park and her sister, Mrs. Allene '
fundamental to the welfare and joe have returned after spendingtwo 53 YewShe the descendents of Moses E
S. Bowen ,
where the national income figure mer camp at Fort Benning. Ga., 1 Scamehorn, left by plane Satur- Emily Methodist.
of our society. weeks visiting relatives and was a W.
progress William Samuel 1, and Obad-
was exceeded. July 26.During. day for Kalamazoo Michigan to friends East St. Illin Died Survivors include five daugh-
Just as Freedom has made at Louis. on Monday iah Barber on one of the original -
All of the six counties with med the encampment Cadet visit friends and relatives. tens Mrs. Richard Gabel and
America, so is the Integrity of ois. Judith and Edith, with Mrs. I Barber :Florida territorial land
ian family incomes above $5,000 the individual Inherent in the Glass and other future Army Officers Birthday congratulations this Earlene Roberson and family j Mr'Emily: S. Bowen, 79, of 4 4 h I'Mrs. Russell Falk, both Orlando; grants. A display W 19th century -

except Leon are large metropolitan American 1 concept of Freedom. receive infantry field week are being sent to Patricia will leave Friday by plane for '; Sumner Street Kissimmee, passed Mrs. Earl Murphy, Sr., Kissim- Barber photographs and

counties, Dade Duval, It is necessary today just as training under supervision of Beaton, Edna Robbins, Susanne British Honduras where the away late Monday eveninj 8\ mee; Mrs. Edwin Stephens, Frost-! early cattle-raising
Brevard and combat officers and. McFarland, Clarence Odom. Lewis weeks illness. Sh equipment,
Escambia. Orange experienced I after several much Robersons will visit for several
the of
as during times our plus a review of Barber historyis
reveals.Manufacturing non-commissioned officers. i Morrison, Award Harris, Billy An- widow of William I
the the Or-
study Founding Fathers that all dozens weeks with Mr. Roberson. was Myers. One son, Ralph May, planned.An .
in The cadet is 1960 I,Iderson Kathy Harrell. Sandra who here ii. lando. ,
industry a graduateof Bowen, passed away One stepson, A. B. May,
who believe in these principles Yvonne Horde of Marion. Ohiois invitation is extended by
these counties has largely a ac Osceola High School and is i Lynn Schmidt Patricia Farmer,I Summerfield. Two sisters, Mrs.)
should speak up for them visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy 1936.A the organization to aU related
Earl ,.
counted for the higher income active in the ROTC program at |Ralph Jordan Avis Grilles native of Providence, Florida John Stewart, St. Petersburg and I If :
and set an example by appling Horde. Barbers to meet and visit
figures according to the report Middle Tennessee State Collegein i(Draggoo, Richard Thomas, Tommy -: she bad been a resident o f f Mrs. Frances Driscoll, Daytona: on
them fully in their daily lives. Mrs. Harvey Carr Is spend this enjoyable and Basque re-
which concedes that "income-in-.- Murfreesboro. Galloway Thomas Pattie.: this community for the past 55!>i> Beach. One brother, Edwin Dusen-
Exalted Ruler Jack White re- ing the summer with her son in I union.
Fred Conard Andy Murphy, Dorothy -
reflected in bury, Also 12
kind". or. earnings I)ears. I Leesburg. grandchildren -
goods produced and consumedon minded the members that the Herbert W. Weidman Campbell, Virginia Waldron,!Michigan. I She was a member of the firs t and 7 great-grandchil
of Order of Elks had formulated |J. B. Rountree, Mrs. E. E. Ed- The D. Coe Loves of Orange Baptist Church. dren. ENDS SCHOOLING
the farm is more Importance .I
such a Declaration of American Succumbed Wed. :wards, Rodney Schmidt Inez Phil Gardens are entertaining Dr.
in the lower-income rural Survivors include three daughters Funeral services were held all
Principles on the basis of these lips, Raymond Yates, Dorothy I and Mrs. L. K. Anderson of Chicago Wai. ) 1
Mrs. F. E. (Virginia) 10:30 the
counties where agriculture pre-- Herbert William Weidman, 56 j I Ironso a.m. Thursday from i
above thoughts and again pre- of Gilbert Park, Kissimmee, pass- Purdy Earl Evans, Eddie Duke! Dlinois. dron; Mrs. Roy (Olive) Band :i Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. I!

sented these Declarations to ed away in an Orlando hospital I Cecil McLaughlin Lee Graves Mrs. Nick (Mary Lou) Un il Jimmy R. Cox Minister of the;i

GRADUATES them. Jack White urged every- Wednesday after several months!:I Joan Overstreet Emily Bast, Sally -,. garo. all Kissimmee. Two sons,. First Christian Church officiating.

one to take a little time out dun illness.A Schmidt, H. H. Hale, Brenda Elks AuxiliaryTo W. Jesse Bowen, Orlando and W.I j,Casketbearers were Messrs. R. :

ing the Fourth of July for contemplation native of Lakewood, Ohio, he. Bronsot. Jan Duke H. B. Jones, Irvin Bowen, Eaton, Ohio. Oxv!I1tL Buckels, Harry Koger, Sam'

on our Freedom and had been a resident of this com: Lloyd Gene Rolls. Best wishes to Meet July 10th brother, Dorus Bivins, Providence.I Lupfer Edward Newton Glenn II

1 on our American way of life and munity for the past 8 years. H I teach of you. On Wednesday, July tenth a:t t One sister, Mrs. Lomie Hardin,II(Ray and Walton Tyner. Interment

ht to be sure to have our American was a former employee of the Sin i Mary Theresa Somers was eight p.m. the Ladies Auxiliary r High Springs. Also 11 grandchildren -'followed'! in Rose Hill Cemetery. t

Flag flying high for that clair Refining Company Kissim. named to the dean's list at Florida of the Kissimmee Elks will hole I and 6 great grandchildren. !Grissom Puneral Home was in

day. mee. f State University for the second its regular business session. in ij Funeral services were held a charge of arrangements.Former .

-- -- Survivors% include his wife. Mar.. trimester. the lodge room of the Elks dul J iJ4 o'clock Wednesday from th tha E. Weidman., Father. Wm.!:I Jacide Sandrutee is a natient on Darlington. Mrs. Frank Broy.1)i Grissom Chapel with the Rev
Visitor Killed ;at- the Osceola Hcspiial-; ; ; Earl Baughman officiating. Cas. Resident
Christian Weidman Chagrin Falls,! les, President, asks that the of I
Here Ohio. Two sons Robert Weidman,I ing from a leg injury Beers and directors be present a ; Friday NightJames }Kissimmee and William Weidman:i John Cadet is visiting his sis- 7:20 for a meeting of the Board. jrington i William H. Baker, Roj Yi| I

ter, Miss Inez Cadel, at Wash- Alderman, Stanley Hetherington.' Word has been received in
Three
Walter Higdon Jr., 19, Germany. daughters Mrs.1 Mrs. Jack C. White will assis t t
of 139 Winston Court Hueytown,' William Barber. Germany; Mrs. : ington D.C. Mrs. Broyles in serving refreshments Enoch Herzberg and A. B, dark. ; Kissimmee of the death of Mrs. :

..,ems ri Alabama, was fatally injured it: Lewis Bright and Mrs. Charles| Bill and Kathryn Uaynie and afterward, while Mrs. Eu Interment to follow in Rose Hil M Katherine Krause Ezell Indiana-I''

a pedestrian-car accident on Nortt l Sharp, both Kissimmee. Four sisters -i I son Reid of Miami are spending gene McCann, Entertainmen!t Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Hoar e< l! polls, Indiana,. age 53, Lewis R. of

Orange Blossom Trail, late Fridaj, Mrs. Howard Helms Cleve' the holidays with Kathryn's parents. Chairman win conduct games. was in charge of arrangements. ,| ed away at her home June 25th. !I Banghan, son
Mr. and Mrs. Carl ReideL i Mrs. W. F. Skinner of Kis
Ohio Mrs. Robert i ... Survivors Edward Clinton ,
land.
i night.A ; Volmar. During the June meeting, th are son i I
and Clarice Harrell and
native of Fairfield Highlands,, Kissimmee; Mrs. Ervin Redditt Ryland their Board of Trustees of the lodg;! Named To Posts Ezell, Indianapolis; sister. :i simmee, has completed 6
Alabama,, he had been visiting: Orlando and Mrs. R M. Hewitt daughter Kathy are spending invited the auxiliary to plaa!i" Mrs. Jane McCay Linden Indiana -I! months of training at the
JGary I vacation in the Smokies and at | Three girls from KSssimme .i his uncle. C. H. DeLoach in Kis: of Virginia. Also 5 grandchildren. !Ijarrett portraits of its past president I'| ; brother. Jack Krause St.I U.S. Coast Guard Aviation
Virginia. and St Cloud were named >'>
simmee for the past week andyys I Funeral services were held at, in the dining room in recognition tat I C.oud. Machinist's Mate School
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Keating
A. Messer seaman, several offices at Girls' State [ I|
had been employed at Lom ; 10:30 a.m. Monday from the Gris- of the help given by tb i Mrs. Ezell was the daughter! Elizabeth North Car-
and children have returned to
:I
USN son of Mr. and Mrs. Texaco station. som Chapel with the Rev. Carl ladies. Photographer C h a r 1 e J Jl Tallahassee! sponsored by thE' of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward I II City
:their home at Milwaukee aftez
olina. As result of his
Arthur Messer of 321 Mab- Besides the uncle survivors Beatty. Minister of the Free'.visiting their parents, Mr. and l Harnrick has agreed to be a: American Legion Auxiliary. |I Krause early settlers of Nar- a good

bette Kissimmee recentlywas clude his parents Mr. and hrsMethodist. Church officiating. Cas-:Mrs. R. C Duffy in Orange Gar. the club on the evening of tb! Ruth Hale, Kissimmee wa: coosee and owners of RmmyI -I performance, upon gradaai -
and chie f
graduated from Sonar James Walter Higdon, Srn Hueytown : ketbearers were Messrs. Allen(dens. July meetings at seven o'clod!( named city councilman : | mede Lodge. i i tion he was presented the

Alabama. A brother Bobb)r Carroll Ike Collins, Joe Lom-' to make pictures of any of the I bill clerk of the House. I Burial was in Indianapolis 1!j rating of Aviation Machin-
School at Key West. He Sandra Adams, Kissimmee. ,
Higdon. Hueytown. GrandparentsMr. bardy. Cass T. Lowery Stanley I past presidents who wish them[ June 27th.Pharmacy. j Ut's Mate, Third Class.
BI
studied the techniques of Overstreet and Ben Stainback. Interment was named chief of police sup
and Mrs. C. H. DeLoach The auxfliar
made at that time. :'I:
using high-powered sonic Fairfield Highlands and d i followed in Rose Hill I TIles. i-ii .._ IS GO M I ervisor of registration and chairman Baughaa graduated from
Mr itself
an will assume the expense!
equipment to track submarines I Mrs. A. M. Higdon Hueytown.The Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Home:. lied G-8 J _. $371 .eo Past Presidents include th el of Law Enforcement anc I Announces Osceola High School prior
I funeral left Sundajafternoon r was in charge of arrangements.Mr. 'l'hurs. G-1 ___. 80 50 ..11I Safety committee of the House. to enlistment in the CoastGuard
beneath the ocean and party mesdames Philip R. KellejBodo
for Bessemer, Alabama FrL G-ZS.. -.7560 .%8SAt. Kirchhoft: Walter Melitsl: Bernice Moore. St. Cloud wa s Change in Hours on 12 June 1961. He

map the' ocean floor. Upon where fweral services ando inter: sad Mrs. Bill ScovelJ. olDayteaa I G-9 90 70 0 ka Nels Jensen Harvey B reed I- named director of Civil Defense. will be reassigned to duty
bug pradMtei free the >sw will 1M I $mr.-30-- 7160 0 bill clerk in the Senate am The' Kissimmee Hospital Pharmacy -
held Gfiseem Fa Beach will speed thefo love John D. Davis, Paul Smitl I, by the Commandant, U.&
...eoI.M' received. 'orders atral. Home OTsrimmia WM woeiisad to Klfifrimaoe visiting I Moa. 1.1 -----.. *3730l John Carroll Jr. and Jack C., member of the Governor's littl e< will close at noon Saturday Coast Guard.'IlCJ .

n to a fleet wait. charge of mac. i..... l White. cabinet. i until September.



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.2 The Kisstavnee Gazette, Kteshnraee, Fhu, Thora., July 4, W63 learn is to keep foods simple.
To try and carry along too
COLONIAL BRAND HEAVY Quick Frozen
HOMEDEMONSTRATION many foods or those that are!
complicated in preparation is s.vE
Just sitting out 4r -
unnecessary.
under the blue sky enjoyingall HENS REQ. 3429;
NEWS of the relaxing qualitiesof ,
mother nature, will make $
by Marilyn Dietrich even the simplest meal extra
Summertime on Wheels guidance In planning picnic tasty. Don't you know how
National and state park of- lunches.. The homemaker much more fragrant coffee is REGULAR 59' . SUBER'S SLICED
when it Is brewed outdoors
ficials are preparing for an needs to know which foods
estimated 200 million family may be prepared ahead how Now as to foods some can I
vacationers this summer. to plan nutrition menus that be prepared in advance and 'j
Some will stop for a few travel well, convenient check kept in the freezer. Sandwiches Li BACON LB. 39 ,
store well in the refrigerator -
hours, some overnight and list of things to remember, .
,for 12-24 hours under 50
how to pack
some for several days. and tips on a
degree F. If frozen they will
Whether it's a short trip or basket

excursionthe Items To Have on Hand keep for longer periods. Pre- Op sroRES
long cross-country REGULAR 59' . CANADIAN STYLE SLICED
pare sandwiches by spreading
wayside picnic area is a Much of the "rounding up"of
bread with soft (not melted)
welcome convenience to relieve picnic supplies can be
periods of driving. State eliminated by keeping stapleson butter or margarine.Fillings
convenient Such that freeze well include: BACON 39
park officials watching the one place.
Peanut butter, cheese and B. ,
items may include:
growing luncheononthewaytrend
cheese spreads, pickeled or .
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Wesleyan Guild .Trinity Lutherans ; .The Klssfmmee Gazette, Kisslmnee,, Fbu, Than., July 4, INS 3
State's Population Methodist Bible -

Met Monday Night Note, Anniversary I Tourist Records Were

The Wesleyan Service Guild of Trinity Lutheran Church in I

rl t Shows New Pattern the Monday First night Methodist at the Church home met of Kssimmee anniversary will observe of its the ground second School Com DIeted I I Broken Last YearThe

I 1 Mrs. J. L. Hn+rhincnn. breaking on Tuesday evening i The First Methodist Vacation i
Governor mentioned airline
I from the theme. "Friends Near an people came to Florida by car
Florida's population growth oldsters of 65 and Both Miss Helen Bass July 9th with a potluck fellow- Church
over. presided at the School has completed its strike outbreak of -
drawing an encephalitis
than
& Far" and enjoyed songs, by aH other means of transportation
since 1960 has been
accompa- of these groups are now ac- business meeting when plans were ship supper for members and 1963 session 103 boys and girls unrest in the Caribbeanlast combined.
and painting. Train
nied by new age-group patterns counting for larger made for a friends The program for the pasting finger passengers -
a proportion rummage sale to beheld attended during the two week fall, curtailment of serviceon decreased
the Florida State Cham- of the state in the Fall. will be furnished by William Serving as teachers were: Mrs. one point with
total than The group also evening period, instructed by a staff of a major railroad because of three cent but and bus
plane
ber Francis Mrs. Murray per
of
Commerce Murray
reported
formerly. voted to plan a Timxnerman who spent four 29
special event to teachers. The school closed labor difficulties and
high-
Earle Richards some passengers: stayed at 1961 levels
Jr.,
yesterday In its Weekly BusI- Overstreet. Mrs. -
raise money for "Spotty" Spotts- months in Alaska last winter. with a covered-dish and cold
ness Review. supper and Mrs. Sandra dose. ly-publicized weather as factors with 11 and two per cent respectively
Delta Alphas wood a missionary to the Philippines and will have many slides to open house for the parents. that adversely affected Florida .
The state gained 10 The MYF played an importantrole
per as a Christmas project. show of this new state. The Junior department, under tourism last
cent during, the 27 months in the Bible School this year.
Install Officers The program on "New Frontiersand The July meeting of the Mary the direction of Mrs. Rachel year "It's a remarkable tribute to Petition Filed
from the
census with their members
as
count on serving
Home Missions" was presented Circle of the Lutheran Church King, studied the book "Meet the imaginative and aggressive
Members of
the Delta
1 1960 Alpha
April to 1
July 1962. junior teachers. Those who help
by Mrs. R. R. Ballon. Women will be held at the Your The For
I chapter of Neighbors. pupils promotional programs of the Florida Rehearing
Epsilon
On the latter date, Florida's Sigma I ed were the Misses Mary Jo
Others present were Mmes. church Thursday morning, made film leather notebooks
on strips Development Commission that
Alpha
: population stood at 5,459,000 Sorority met Monda Shreckengast Sally Kelley. Connie County Atty. Murray Overstreet
according to latest official es- evening in Hart Memorial Library Charles Hawk, Velma Reynolds, July 11. The Bible study will be wooden plaques, and raffia Winfrey, Judith Roberson we were able to overcome all Jr. and Atty. Russell Thacker
for the installation of Robert Eby, Jane Stanko aId given by the pastor. Rev. Henry baskets. Teachers who assist- these difficulties and actually
timates."A .
have filed
Edith Bejos, Linda Lupfer, Jan a petition with the Florida
breakdown of new officers.In Rev. B. B. Williams. Young. The hostess will be Mrs. ed them were Mrs. Earlene show an increase in tourist volume -
the 1962 Rogers Kathy Anthony and Mr. Supreme Court for a rehear
Alois Eckmann.Shingle, Roberson Mrs. Wm. Gephart ," he declared.
figure by age groups shows, a simple ceremony Mrs. Ray Cody. In charge of a special ing of an Osceola County tax suit.
590,000 Floridians under 5 George Bishop, out-going: Betty Paulk Creek Mrs. Eugene Speirs, Mrs. Garnet group of three-year olds were Continuing: a trend of recent They represent Wade Lamer

t years of age up 9 per cent president, installed the following Reamer and-Mrs. Blanche Dan- Misses Susan and Ruth Hale. years, considerably more visitors the tax assessor and suggested
during the 27 months. : Mrs. Bob Makinson president Circle Met Monday came to Florida in summer than
The 5 ford.Mrs. their
Services Announced Foy Hoffman, Susan Schield and .in petition that the majorityof
Mrs. Frank W. O. Taylor directed a in winter with July again getting
to 17 old ; Godwin,,
year group number The Betty Paulk Circle of the Debbie Taylor. I the court had erred either
1,277,000 up 12 per cent; 18 vice president; Mrs. David i The Sacrament of the Lord's I special project for junior boys as Secretary-treasurer :Miss the largest share. Peak summer,, through oversight or omission.
First Methodist Church met was
to 44 years olds totaled 1,883- Putnam, recording secretary;; Supper will be observed at the I she guided them in building and Helen Bass who months brought more than 5.3
Mrs. Larry Keene. Monday morning at the home of finishing two beautiful bookcases reported that the million visitors 3.2 Ii
000, up 11 per cent. corresponding morning worship hour, 10:20 following -I collection donated the children i compared to
"The middle-aged group 45 secretary; and Mrs. Larry Mrs. Noble Seamon with 11 pre a Communion Meditation which will be used in the Junior by ,,million the three heaviest winter SOUTH TRAIL
has been
sent. Mrs. Merle Darling was sent to buy books for !|
Blankenship treasurer.Mrs. |department. months.
to 64 years came to 1,081,000and by the pastor, W. P. Hanks. I children in Korea and
gained 6 per cent and Makinson appointedMrs. co-hostess. The Woman's Society of Christian -i i i i In the Primary department, Hong The average tourist spent $6 DRIVEINTHEATRE
Kong. Mrs. Donald
those aged 65 and over numbered Jim Dulgar and Mrs, The group voted to designate Service will meet at the I Mrs. Harry Northrop supervised the director of the S. Brown was I I more in 1962 than the year before

628,000 up 14 per cent. I Buck Murphy to 'serve as cochairmen -, their foreign work to the Lit- church on Tuesday, July 9th at j a program of handwork games There school. when his Florida vacation

'The varying rates of I of the annual Charity , Lit program. 9:30 ajn., when a program of in-I, and songs highlighted by a Mex- was a nursery for the I I cost an average of $159 but his
growth of the age group have Ball to be held in the community ., Mrs. Betty McPherson lead terest will be presented under I lean party complete with a pin- convenience of the teachers with stay was two days shorter 13 i i ir i I

brought about changes In the |! house Sept 28. I the devotions. The program was the leadership of Mrs. Ashby t ata. The children studied the I Mrs.tendent Kent Powers as Superin-i''.r days in 1962 compared to 15 the II!j ORLANDO, FLORIDA

importance, or weight of Hoping to make the annual presented by Mrs. Georgia Shav- Davis. book, "Friends from Many assistant.and Mrs. Arthur Woods 'year before. I THURS. FRI. SAT.

each group in relation to the I dance project more successful ,, er. At a meeting of the ChurchSchool Lands." The teachers were Mrs. ,, "This seems definitely to Indicate -! July 4, 5 and 6th
total population. The two than ever, a group of The next meeting will be held Lester Shreckengast Mrs. Edwin that we are appealing to I
Council on Tuesday evening -
groups growing less than the members laid the groundwork at 9:30 a.m. August 5th at the plans were made for the ,Whitewolf, Mrs. Frank Kelley In one year the newsprint a broader range of visitors," "SON OF FLUBBER"FRED

. state average were the under Wednesday evening for announcing ' home of Mrs. Harry Galloway. :and Mrs. Darrell Morton. consumed by newspapers In Governor Bryant said. "We're MAC MURRAY
I and resumption of the
summer '
,
5-year-olds and the 45 to 64 the event to sorority Mrs. Vera Murphy will be co- fall activities. 'f. The Kindergarten department American cities and communities I''getting more families and more 7:4512P.M."MAGNIFICENT .

year group. Thus these groupsare sisters in Orlando by attending , hostess. I i was led the first week by Mrs. would make a continuous middle income groups while still

diminishing in Importance. a dessert party at the ;j Newspapers are a :major O. D. Whittington, Jr. and the ribbon of paper fifteen inches holding our own with the wealthy SEVEN"YUl
,
The other three age groupsare I' Robert Meyer Motel, given by part of the American econ- f second week by Mrs. Arthur wide and more than 195 million visitors." BRYRHCR

profiting by this diminish the Beta Iota chapter of Or Rotary Officers omy. !Hale The children were taught I miles long.. ,, As always in recent years, more I 9:55

ing. This Is' especially true of lando..Uft. .... _. e.._ al'_ ae.i.VJ.GJJGJ A_., Are InstalledOfficers I
the 5 to 17 year olds and the & &U& "UIC' uuuua,
meeting were Mrs. trIo Bron- for the new July-to-
Jr. Mrs July year of Kissimmee Rotary
son and Murphy.
IN JUST
15 MINUTESIF
They served fruit punch and Club installed last Thursday I
YOU
HAVE TO assorted snacks. night at the Yacht Club, are

SCRATCH YOUR ITCH. Others attending the meeting Horace Phipps president; Paul

tnltk-drLnr Your tHe back ITCIr at any-ME-NOT drug ttore.deaden were: Mrs. Frank Broyles, D. Guynn, vice president; Dr. I .

the Itch aad burning, Antiseptic Mrs. Donald Edwards Mrs. Joseph H. Gainer secretary and I -

action for kills eczema germs Insect to speed bite healing.Fine foot. Bill Pennington, Mrs. Lynwood Richard Luzadder, treasurer.Bill t

itch, other surface rathe NOW at Lupo, Mrs. Bill Burton, Hammond Bob Cody, Dr. I ,
Hunt Bros.ATHLETE'S. Mrs Cecil Moore, Mrs. Har- James Mongoven and Charles I

old Honeycutt. Mrs Phillip Parsons, directors. I
FOOT Patrick and Mrs. Cecil Sylvester. Les Ginkel of Winter Park i

HOW TO TREAT IT- new Rotary District Governor ;.

Apply Instant-drying T-4-I. You was the guest speaker.
eel it take hold to cheek Itching,
burning In mlnntea. Then la S to Bride-Elect
& days, watch Infected skin slough Singing Meet To
off Watch healthy skin replace I It. Feted At ShowerMiss
If not pleased IN ONE HOUR .
your 48e back at any drug ttore. Billie Kay Elliott, whose Be Held Sunday !'

NOW at all drug store 1 11 t'wedding will be an: event of July The Four Way Singing convention IS TH E TIAAC z

16th. was guest of honor at a will meet at the Methodist I .
.-'t-'
;
Arcade TheatreFRIDAY I miscellaneous shower on Monday Church at Eaton Park Saturday .

I evening. Hostesses included Mrs. night at 8 pan. and on Sunday i

AND SATURDAY I Ash Tanner Mrs. Ronald Money- at the Loughman Baptist Church. t l
JULY 5th and 6th han and Miss Ruth Sussenberg- Rev. J. P. Crump pastor

"THE ROOKIE" I ere vites all interested in in-I

TOMMY NOONAN o The home of Mrs. Lester Ivey singing to attend. There will be.

t I Mrs. Moneyhan's aunt was the regular morning worship followed ;1

plus I scene for the festivities. A profusion by lunch at noon. Singingwill ,
I "PLAY IT COOL I( of roses was used throughout I be from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. r rii

b the party rooms and an elaborate I ;.. ,
.
SUN -MPNA .r
I t I arrangement of summer .
I I II flowers was used on the dining Mary Summerlin., !
The 1.. f
I greatest stay II table. Circle Met Monday I .
Dainty refreshments
served -
were i {
of love and faithevertoW to the seventy five guests The Mary Summerlin Circle 01 i -

who called with gifts for the the First Methodist Church met

I bride. Monday afternoon at the homeof I .', .
I Mrs. George C. Bronson with -

L Mrs. Irlo Bronson as cohostess.The .
h M ft I Sue Lee Hansell chairman, Mrs. Maudie : and
GNEMASCOPWCHARO I '
I To Wed July 19th James, presided. _
I II A cordial welcome was extended -
Ij I to all present and especiallyto
I Mr. and Mrs. Byron V. Hansell
guests, the Rev. and Mrs. B. .4'
;announce the approaching mar- :
B. Williams Mrs. W. C. Seek-I EARN FULL
I:riage of their daughter Sue Lee a
man, Mrs. Earl D. Clark and l
To David Lee Castlewitz, son of
Miss Dollie Clark.
ti&U ;Mr. and Mrs. Abe Castlewitz of
Mrs. Mary Smith led the devotionaL
v :Orlando.

I i The wedding will be an event
Mrs. W. C. Seckman was guest Quarters
:|of Friday, July 19th, at 7:30 p. "The Dividend'Start -
speaker. She spoke on '
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rf m in the First Baptist Church. .
; Plight of Migrants and Our Re-
., Formal invitations are not being _. .
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During the social hour refresh-
relatives are Invited to attend. .; .
ments were served by the hos- and I. '
tesses assisted by Miss Clark to now enjoy the security that an insured savings account

i Legion Auxiliary Mme. Lula Beauchamp Lula at First Federal of Osceola County can bring you and your fam-

Grove, Maudie James Neva ily. Our BIG 4/% Per Annum Dividend will
Changes Meeting Longley, M. M. Overstreet, Ma- give you generous ',. '.
VICTOR MATUKUT BURTON-MRCNPA JEAN SIMMONS RDNIEas I bel Semple. Mary Smith, Philip it, : :. earnings on your savings and each account is insured to $10-

.w hi..a.5..assns : The regular meeting of the Smith, Hazel Taylor, John f: 000:00: by the Federal '4'
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Legion Auxiliary scheduled Thoman and guests. ,
"-: .
I, -...ti.tl.,NEE IIndIeatiaas. -a.r v I to be held today has been an agency of the United States Government. Why not join over : :

!t sores*......II sear postponed. The newspaper Is the end I 5000 First Federal savers who will share' a '.
.......W 4llnti Instead it will be held Thurs- product of many crafts professions i r more than 145000.00
Mtrauff tmnrnw user day, July llth. and talents.FEATURES : : in earnings for the Quarter ending June 30th. OPEN YOUR
I I II ACCOUNT NOW-Funds placed with us before July 10th will .t'

',:' earn a full quarter return September 30th.
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DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR : ..',......, Federal of Osceola County and benefit from our high dividend .:. ... : '

Dio I..Defrost ] rate. Just bring in your passbook or mail it to our Kissimmee or y. .:
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SMagic arrange transfer of your account ';.': .. ,,

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4 The Kissimmee Gazette. KfcsbxKnee. Fbu. Thank, July 4, 19Johns River. recreation sites' up and down the ;
The Corps and the Flood Control River Valley. A concession de-Clowns Personify Summer Fun Stamp Tax Charges
FCDnTo' District have already indicated velopment at the northernmost of !
II dy that filling and site preparation these sites (known locally as Orange
of a number of recreation Mound and situated just Effective 1stThe
areas can be accomplished at the south of Puzzle Lake, on the west i iI July
I/IRecreation/11! SitesA time of construction. of the St. of the St. Johns River) has been .
Johns River improvements-scheduled urged by the committee. 50 per cent increase issory notes written obligations
I master plan for developmentof nic facilities, parking lots, rest to get underway in the next. The northernmost of the 14 sites set by the 1963 Legislaturein I to pay money the as
14 public recreation sites ,in rooms, and drinking water sup few months. recommended by the Upper St. documentary Stamp tax signment of wages or other
the Upper St. Johns River Valley plies have been recommended at Three of the proposed sites Johns Committee, would be situ- charges is effective July 1. compensation, and the renewal
along me '"missile coastline" the 14 locations all selected along would be located in Indian River ated at the Seminole-Volusia State Comptroller Ray E. of same. This also is true
will be submitted for approval to the main stem of the Upper St. County, west of Vero Beach. Two ty dine, near State Road Coun-I Green said yesterday.The In connection with sales
the Governing Board of the 18- Johns River. Concession develop- of them would be situated along the vicinity of a new Flood I ITT comptroller said the increase made under retail charge account
Central and Southern Florida ments, which would oiler rentalof State Road 60 at future reservoirareas trol Project weir to be built covers all areas now I services incident to
county
Flood Control District at its boats and motors, sale of bait south of Blue Cypress Lake. across the St. Johns River to con- subject to'the tax and not I sales which are not conditional
next monthly meeting, July 12, in and tackle, food and soft drinksare The third is an existing 20-acre trol the level of water and limit Just land or other realty transa \ in character and which are
Miami. urged at several locations. It county park on Blue Cypress Lake discharge into Lake Hamey. Picnic II ".tions as might have been not secured by mortgage or
.I : The plan which calls for construction is understood that concessions will which would be greatly improved. facilities boat ramps, and a indicated. other pledge of purchaser ex
of ten new sites and im- be developed as the needs of the Two more sites would be concessionaire have been urgedfor I Tax on deeds and other instruments cept that it would be on the

of four existing parks public warrant. cated on the Indian River-Brevard this site. I relating to lands gross amount.
provement and recreation areas, was approved The tri-county committee-'made: County line-:..at the eastern and All 14 sites approved by the I I was increased by the legisla.\\
unanimously yesterday I up of leading citizens and sports- western ends of the Sebastian Committee have been endorsed by i I ture from twenty James M. Lanier
i Wednesday at a meeting of the men from Orange, Brevard and emergency outlet canal which will the Flood Control District staff : thirty cents on each $100 or Aboard
I Upper St. Johns Recreational Development Indian River Counties will ask be dug east to west from the .In-j i Four additional recreation sites i fraction thereof of the consideration I USS GregoryJames
Committee at FCD the FCD Board in July to endorse tracoastal Waterway to the St. situated along planned Upland : he said. The same I M. Lanier. onner'simate
headquarters in West Palm Beach. the recreation plan and to recommend ; -Johns River. A boat ramp, park- Water Storage Reservoirs will be rate is in effect when the full second class. USN. son
it to the Corps of Engineers. and other facilities are the FCD staff at ;Amount of the transaction is
Stan Koller of Melbourne, a ing area, recommended by I,of Mr and Mrs. Ike M Lanier
member of the FCD Governing The Corps and the Flood Control :recommended at the west end of the next FCD Board meeting. The not shown in the face of such of 818 Damon Ave. Kissim-
Board, created the committee last District are planning a 547 i the new canal, on the canal's Upper St. Johns Committee is now ,1 deed, instrument or. writing mee. serving aboard the de
to advise the District on all million system of primary water I north bank. Improvements to the studying these additional sites, : The comptroller explained stroyer USS Gregory recently .
year
matters concerning public recreation -control works in the 90-mile-long( i existing 73-acre Dale Wimbrow one of them in Indian River County nr' I- i,I ruled that the attorney general has participated In Exercise
in the Upper St. Johns Basin. Upper St. Johns Basin. The new I Memorial Park, on the south side two in Osceola County, and that when property is Flying Fox a major fleet
t Dr. James Sewell, Melbourne, surgeon recreation sites would be built at of the Sebastian River, near the the fourth at the OrangeOsceolaCounty ._j I conveyed exchange to for a the corporation issuance In of I I,striking and anti-aircraft warfare .
is chairman of the committee. or alongside the reservoirs, spill- east end of the new canal_: are line near Taylor Creek. training exercise off the
a state number :
ways and dams canals, and the also recommended. of shares or I' West Coast.
i improved main channel of the St. Four new public recreation the capital stock, the docu- The five-day exercises were
t New boat ramps fill areas, picr I Lt. James Caddell mentary stamp taxes due are I
the main
areas, two of them along conducted by CommanderFirst
r : measured by the fixed
stem of the St. Johns River, west Completes Course par or I Fleet and centered
value of the stock issued I
unless
I I THEKISS1MMEE of Melbourne and two more on 'j around the attack aircraft
it is made to appear I
the southwest and northwest carrier USS Hancock
dI\ GAZETTE there was other consideration I
shores of Lake Washington have Army 2d Lt. James A. Caddell, I I
I for the stock in addition to The Gregory is a Pacific
been recommended by the tri- son of Mrs. Katie A. Caddell, II I i the said conveyance. I' Fleet unit homeported In San
h A JkB ti. Perry Newspaper county citizens committee. I Route 1, Kisslmmee Fla., com- 'Two tamed downs Chester and Joe Sherman personify the:1 The tax on bills of sales Diego.

Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. State Improvement Road Department of an park existing, on entation pleted an course eight'week at The officer Artilleryand ori Florida, promotional Development theme Commission.Circus as they perform at of the Summer Circus Hall Fun"tounst of.', agreements property, transfers and interest of personal I:.}:;}:.:.}:=:::::::::::::=:::.}:{.:.:.:.: :::::::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.

j Telephone 8472881 the north side of Highway 520 Missile Center, Fort Sill Fame in Sarasota. The Shermans and other top acts will entertain,, therein will be fiften cents ,
OH near the Orange County-Brevard Okla., June 7. audience? at the Sarasota attraction throughout the per $100 or fraction thereof.In a\f' ' ..' '., .
summer. 7t
County line, has also been urged During the course Lieutenant this instance where out- I : ( :
Entered *a Second Class Mall MatterIn ::s '';
in the master plan. Caddell received' instruction in : ,'''- ,' '-r e..
\
standing shares of stock in I \
the 'Post Office at Kiaslmmee. Fla. ; a
Construction of three new pub- the duties and responsibilities of I Florida corporation I
I transferred
To are -
i a bright new day in
the St. commissioned artillery Space Program
Published Thursdays at Kissimmec. Florida lic recreation sites along a newly t in another state which
Johns River at or close to the officer. transfers are registered on i PICTURETAKINGPLEASURE
line is recommended with : The 22-year-old lieutenant is a
LEO SCHUMAKEREditor pos- transfer records in a state
and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION sible camping facilities at least 1958 graduate of St. Cloud High !I Outshine Citrus other than Florida such trans t !
two of the sites. Boat ramps picnic School and a 1962 graduate of fers of stock are not subjectto

RATES tables sanitary facilities' Presbyterian College, Clinton I The space program will cause;is adding someuung new and of, the Florida documentary {[ RIGHT HERE
drinking water adequate parkingand S.C. He is a member of Sigma -| more money to be spent in Florida vast significance to the economy stamp tax, the attorney general I i' NOWI
Six months $%.50; one year, S4.00; two years $7.0Q road access, are recommended -I'I Nu fraternity. I'| in fiscal 1964 than was real to national defense and to the has held in an opinion. i, KODAKIn&tbmtatc

for these areas, as for other I ; ized last year from the state's.most romantic adventure story The tax on stock certificates I
I ever told-the thrust to the moon has been increased from ten
) agricultural and beyond." cents to fiften cents per $100or I

I Bf.sjiti rus, Senator Spessard L. Holland Holland pointed out that the fraction thereof, including Cameras
\ said today. space program has side benefitsto when a certificate is issued
\ WitA tAis
/ Florida's Senior Senator a all the people as well as to' without face value. a t cesr kODAPAKI'
YpG We could make a sales { member of the powerful Senate industry."We The tax on bonds debenturesand PSa Cartridge. .
Appropriations Committee and the are learning new things certificates of indebtedness -
S* S4 C411 pitch that could last all Committee on Aeronautics and about metals, paints and other issued in Florida will be
,, ; Space Sciences said the first itemin materials" he pointed out. "Min- fifteen cents per $100 or frac- II
/ ell but the authorization bill considered iturization has practical applica- tion thereof. The identical
day
.
.
\ q : by the Senate Space Committee tions in every day life. The science charge will be made on prom. Yro toad

r We would end included $312,855,000 for new i of electronics is advancing' instantlPautomattutl7fi i
up by construction facilities and .
equipment with
y I at a dazzling pace great If you are one of those
NN I at Cape Canaveral and the communications and
/ impact on
4)V lf "This new work alone would
rt FA lO printing at reasonable i i I exceed the value of Florida's 154- day"The living.investment in the Mercury I

/ i million box 1961-62 citrus crop byi Gemini and Apollo projects_ come back and back and.back
\ 'A7 't''} prices from The Gazette i 19.7 million dollars," said Holland. is shaping out way of life on. I
"Omitting citrus, it is 22.06 mil. Discover what many doctors now It
earth, not merely leading through
D QQ Job Printing Department. lion dollars greater than the. value the blank void of to the report about an effective new for- I i I / \\ -
:A space j i that. in case after case, hast t
__. of all vegetables melons, .field moon and'beyond Jaid Holland. lila j| curt help ei>* FREE ESTIMATES crops, nuts and fruits 'other than ot psoriasis scares irt'rtw PtctsrtsiSee
citrus produced in the state in Scouts your skin relieve red bk>tchen- :
-
Spent reduce itching Greasde !Main- : the new fattometfc cameras
Call 847-2881 and ask for the 1961-62 season." free &KAYLQS promotes healing I here! KodapaJr Win cartridge
The total amount to be spent Week at Lanoche ;j' ":'leaves skin feeling And looking for color slides, color snaps,
for space operations and new con-Kissimmee : pleasant cleaner and smoother. black-and whites also available,
Mr. Mears. We
are now struction in Florida during fiscal I SKAYLOS-now at all drugstore /
1964' has been estimated at 461 returned Saturday from a in economical lotion form. $3.19; iI i
able to give even faster million dollars. I week long camp-out at Camp cream form in handy: tube, $1.98. I HUNT BROS.

By comparison, all Florida Lanoche Lanoche Central FREE REPORT 1
delivery and that personal I crops including citrus had a 1961- Florida Council's organized Free copy of["Latest Medical Facts "THE OPEN
62 value of $643,372,000. I summer camp Is located near About Psoriasis lour druggist'snow.
or write to: Lee-Colbert Ca: FRONT STORE"
: touch to your work. "Florida traditionally is a great I Paisley. Florida on Lake Nor- Inc.38-01 :2 3rd Ave. L-IC C, N.Y.
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never lose sight of the value of
>its crops to the state and the nation -
," said Holland.

I j "But the nation's'space effort .

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COUNTYToday Car thefts have never been ftigher.
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l s JOsslmmee Gazette Hssbranee., Fl .J.4Tnmr' >fa3rJl963; ohns .River. ___ i:recreation sites up and down The Tax
Use corps ana me riooa control I River VaBey. A concession develoPment Clowns Personify Summer Fun Stamp Ckarges
>' : District have. already 1ndi--|j at the northernmost of
FG D !lro StudyRecreation I cited that -.filling and""ate,"preparation these sites (known:. locally as Orange -

I of ia. number of recreation: ':.1 und and situated Just]t Effective iftdy! fat
areas can be aocompli ied 'at the south of Puzzle Lake, on the west : :
"
,
; Sites time of construction of the, 9t; of the St Johns Riven I bas been I i -
Johns River Improvements=sched- urged by the committee. Tl50 per cent increase |I issory notes written obliga
A master 'plan t for developmentof I Tic facilities, parking lots, rest' \4cd to get underway In the next The northernmoSt ol the 14 s-es I I'y( the 1963 Legislature ,I Ii flans to pay money the assignment
14 public recreation sites in,rooms, and 'drinking water suPplies few months. recommended: by the Upper Si _ i*n .'..oumentary Stamp, taix \I, of wages or other
the Upper St. Johns River Valley I have been frecommenoed 'at Three of the proposed sites Johns Committee, would be situated 4j I ":>.ar-"s is effective July 1. ,: compensation and the renewal
-along the "m ssite coastline the 14 focations all selected along. Ould be located in Indian River at the Semlnple-Volusla S':>t. Comptroller Ray "E of same. This also is true
will be submitted 'for approval to' the main stem of the Upper St County, west of Vero Beach. Two ty line, near State Road eoun.'l GAsaid yesterday. :in connection, with sale::
Governing Board of the IS-' Johns River. Concession: developments Of them 'would be situated along the vicinity of a new Flood I T"v comptroller said the inc ,, made under retail charge account
the ,
county Central and Southern Florida ' which would offer rental State Road CQ at future reservoir trol Project weir to be buJt ; -: z:3: : I If ..- covers" all areas now ;( services incident '<-
Flood Control District at Its of boats and motors, sale of bait areas south of Blue Cypress Lake. across. the St. Johns River to control . to the tax and not i sales which are not conditioi
next monthly meeting, July 12, in and tackle, food and soft 'drinks The third is an existing 20-ajcre the level of water and smut j ,.:.f I.Tr.d r o- other realty tran gal, In character and which an
Miami. are titged at several cations. It county park on Sue Cypress Lake discharge into Lake Harney Pit" I sai\::--H as might have been I not secured by mortgage or
The which calls for construction is understood that concessions will which would be greatly improved.Two ale facilities, boat ramps, and ill ,1 J ted I other pledge of purchaser, except
plan needs-of the 6;+ y T..'t on deeds and other in that uVwwild be on t th,
of-ten new"sites and improvement be developed "as the more sites would be located concessionaire have been urged : I
of four existing parks public warrant. on the Indian River-Brevard for this site. I T-onts relating to lands gross amount.

and recreation areas, was approved The trl-fcoanty committee made County line: at the eastern and All 14 sites approved by the i\ i 1. creased: by the legislat Jame8lW.
unanimously yesterday up of leading citizens nnd sPorts.men western ends of the Sebastian Committee have been endorsed by .A I .... o; From twenty cents to

I Wednesday) 'ata: meeting of the from Orange, BreVard, and emergency outlet canal which will the Flood Control District staff -':. Counties will ask u MS 1: thereof of the considi. : : n
In-
Upper St Johns Recreational Development -Indian River be dug east to west from the I Four additional' recreation sites k
Committee at FCD the'FCD Board in July to endorse tracoastal Waterway to the St. situated 'along planned Upland '"-i. said. The same i James K. Lanka JUnncr'

headquarters in West Palm Beach. the recreation plan *and to recommend ; Johns River. A boat ramp, parking Water Storage Reservoirs. will, be in < feet when the full I i mate second class. VSNT so-
.. i
Stain KoHer of Melbourne, a it to the Corps of-Engineers. area and other facilities are recommend by the FCD stall at ,g I : of -he transact, isA'wn IOf Mr and Mrs rke M. Lanin
member of the FCD Governing The 'Corps and the Flood 'Control recommended at the west end ol the next FCD: Board meeting The i! :: the face of such of 818 Damon Ave Kkslri::
Board, created the committee last District are planning a11 I the new canal on the canal's Upper St. Johns Committee is now let TV'' :%?tr..;':l'nt. or writing. mee. servjiig aboard the destroyer

year to advise the District on all million system of primary water north bank. Improvements to the studying these additional sites, ',_. comptroller; ; explained ( USB Cresfory. l"eCf'nTty
matters concerning public recrea- control works in the mile-tOng existing 73-acre Dale Winibrow one of them in Indian River County c- .he attorney general has participated In Exercise
tion in"the Upper St. Johns Basin Upper St Johns Basin The new Memorial Park, on the south side two in Osceola County and a'':. that when property is Flying Fojt. a major fleet
br. Jam "Sewell, Melbourne, sur- recreation sites would' be built iat of the Sebastian River near 'the me fourth at the OrangeOsceolaCounty c\i'd: t" a corporation in ;striking and anti-f E eraft war
geon, is rhairman'of the commit or alongside the reservoirs, spillways east end of the new canal 'are line near Taylor Creek. t Y'r' e fur the issuance ofa fare. training exertlse off 'ht\ -
and dams, canals, and the also recommended -number of shares ort ,West Coast.
.
tee.New improved main channel of the St.KIS51MMEE recreation H "L1 apitaJ stock the docu- The flve d4y exercises '
boat ramps!, till areas, pk Four new public : Lt. James CaddellCdihpletes'Course "-" r.' -ry stamp taxes due 'a enu".ured I wer.
r areas, two of them along the main, i conducted by Commander
by the fixed:
: stem of the St Johns River, west t ..... par or First Fleet and centered
\a'
THE of the stock: issued UA ,
of Melbourne and two more on I J around tjjjf attack aircrn'
le-i it Is made to appear I
GAZETTE the southwest and northwest t y I carrier UTO Hancock
E : there other
was consideration
I 1 i shOres of Lake Washington, havebeen Army 2d Lt. James A. Caddell I I ,
--.-.. tt I | for the stock in addition to The Gregory is a Paci'iFleet
.
recommended by the trio son of Mrs. Katie A. Caddell. c
: .o 1. -t i the said conveyance. f unit homeported in :TIMego.
:A Jha 'h..,Perry ">ieiii.psiKr- county citizens committee. Route 1, kisslmmee. Fla., com Two tamed downs Chester and Joe Sherman, pcrsomty UK The tax on WIU of sales, .

': Ofricesz24-26; Stewart Are.Telephone's Improvement Road Department Of an park existingState on: pleted an cOurSe eight week'at The officer Artillery orientation Florida Development 'Courimi.ci nn's Circus of Summer Fun'itpurist ." agreements, transfers .of per- !..-..--.......:...........:............-..............................................................;.... :..
i I promotional; theme as they perform at the Circus Hall O I sonai property and Interest
; -- ?!%! the north side of Highway 520,II and Missile Center, 'Fort Sill, The therein will Men :
Shermans
JFaxne in Sarasota and other top acts will entertaii, be cents
01 near the Orange CountyBrevard I Okla.. June 7. udiences at the Sarasota. attraction throughout the summa.Space __ per $100 or fraction thereof. N'! ( "" .
.
i Entered AM Second CIai.> 'Mail ''Matter :County\ line, has also been 'urgedla I During' the course Lieutenant ;-In this instance, where outstanding i ; y
the master plan. Caddell received instruction to j : .Mti
In the 'Post Office at )Ct.slmmee. :Fta. 1 i shares of stock in a
Construction of three new publlc -. the duties and respdnsibnjVies of To Florida corporation are trans j -
I o 5/fgAf new (day/ in
Published Thursdays 'mt Klssln 'H. 'Florida i recreation sites, along the St., a newly commissioned aitfllery i| Program t feared in another state whichttMaslers
Johns River, at or close to the i officer. are registered ont PICTURETAKINGPLEASURE
LEO SCHUMAKER line is recommended, with, possible -:': The 22-year-old lieutenant Is a I |nsfer records in a state ,
Editor 'and'ManagerSUBSCRIPTION\ : camping facilities at least t: 1958 graduate of St. doted High Outshine Citrusi [other than Florida such trans !
I two of the sites. Boat ramps, picnic School and a 1&2 graduate of i frs of stock are not subject \
RATESSix I I tables, sanitary facilities,, Presbyterian College 1 I din- space program will cause is adding something new and o f. b the Florida documentary tl I HUE'
,
( 'drinking water, adequate parkingand :'I ton, S.C. He is a member of Sigma more money to be spent in Flocida vast significance to the eoonoooy'.stamp} tax, the attorney gen .I.II now
:months. '$2. 0; 'one 'year, $".00; two years, $7.0Q J Jj road access, are recommended Nu fraternity. i in fiscal 1964 than was realized to national defense and to the I eral has held in an opinion. KODAKLitttnat

( ..'for -theSe areas, as for other' last year from the state's most romantic adventure story; .tope tax on tock certificate...
,, .. _. :! .
..
t j .. .
t '- --- - '- -- entire citrus crop or from all agricultural ever told-the thrust to the moan i\ ,hE increased from ten
I products excepting citrus and beyond." ,:cents to Often cents per $100e
; [ Senator Spessard "L. Houano) Holland pointed but thai tto or: fraction thereof including Cameras
\ \ B SURE I said today. space program side benefit,B .When a certificate is issued WttftMMMr
/W i Florida's Senior i Senator. A to all the people as well as t D without face value. 4= KHifMC
could make a sales ; member of the powerful Senate industry. The tax on bonds debentures I Film Cartriq t'..

Oq Appropriations Committee and th*. "We are 1 learnpofc 'new thing s and certificates of indebted I
S l .' S4 j.Q" '!'"itc.h.'t"h' 't coWlc: 'I las allday Committee on Aeronautics and about metals paints and othe r ness issued in Florida will be I
: ; Space Sciences, said the !first iten1in materials." he pointed out. "Mir:h fifteen cents per S100 or frac 1 II i iI s.
/ .., but the authorization bill considered iturization has practical applies t. lion thereof The identicali
. .
\ by the Senate Space Committee tions in every day life. The sc:charge will be made on prom I YIlt tttw
included $312,855,000 for new adv ......." '
ence of electronics is ancutg'Ili
We would 'end by I llIt.-tIcllI ryl! I
Ili
up .
construction, facilities 'and equipment -
at a dazzling with t f
I pace If are one of those. '!
N ;. at Cape i Canaveral and the impact on communications an d you tiSi
.
can 'who have helplessly watched it's asla
v ryyyl qualityprinting
saying get Merritt Island
you Moonport.
[ with other applications in day-t< this eer . .
This new work alone would a is
i day living. I PSORIASIS
t reasonable l exceed the'alue of Florida's :1541 "The investment in tare lie.cury !

J a / a million box 1961-62 citrus, crop by 0emini,; and Apollo pn je P come back and back and back
./ 'f'l pi-ices from The Gazette i,19.7 million dollars," said:Holland. is shaping out way of life fl
1c - ,. ,'- "Omitting ciW\is, it i; 22.06 mitt earth, not merely leading throsJi L IJLscover: what many loc tors now
Job Department.'FREE 'lion dollars 'greater tfigj fae .yai* (the T > import About an effective<< new: for- LlI
Printing % WVDldof to
,. 'e of apace I *la that **rc aittes( cse jJE I II t n, I.
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alt moon irTJi'i'lBr Tin Boliaal L ; I
ESTIMATESCall crops, htihs r' ;;bf psoriasis altararmin' = '
citrus produced. in the state in Sc ut8 Spmrt ytfur 4n-relieve red blotch**- ., ..,
reduce itrl\i,. Hnmsek! : staiafftt -tae the sects .. .. ic cameral
847-2881 and ask for I the 1961-62 season. SK/VVl-OS promotes hstliafleaves here l KoddMW| Mm cartridges
:( -1k The total amount to be spent Week alLanoche skin fedin And lookiofpleasant for color slides, color snaps,
Mr. -Medrs. We for space operations and j new con-. Boy Scouts of the Kisslro cleaner and Mnootbar. bloch-ond whltti also avoidable
; are 'no'wa'ble struction in Florida during fiscal mee Kiwanis Club's Troop 291 I I $KAYL S-1IOW al ail tnilorw
-I lotion Ski.
form
I in economic)
1964 has been estOrtSted at 461 returned Saturday from acream in hand- 'ubc. SI 98.I .
foim
;
to give even faster million dollars. week lone camp-out at Carn1I :) HflNt BROS.
By comparison, all Florida Lanoche Lanoche. Centra 1 FREE REPORT
delivery 'and l that personal l lA crops, including citrus, had 'a 1961- I j i Florida Council's organize: d i Freo oj; r.; Lat-t'.t. i ii. .1 facts 1 "THE OPEN
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a'f-
62) value of $643,372,000.<< i| summer camp Is; located nea r Abu .1 o. -
(
no c-' 'l 1 ( i FRONT SYORF'i
touch to work. "Florida traditionally is Paisley Florida on Lake Vnrris. ,.Y
your :[b agricultural state and we a great must : IOC., J d-Vl wJHl ASC Li- \u ,_:::...:.:,...:.;:::_:n.;...;-:...;...;.;........ . :', ,.;-; ,, .. , :-

: hever lose sight of nil value of
its crops to the ,tate add the nation -

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COUNTYASSOCIATION J g reas" Jn the ..avrnVvr of jp.opr. ViHdi and 'nfur. : tar tKtffs 1 haV. never Wen (J-th.r.

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NOTICES .| according to the plat thereof as day of June 1963. NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOB The I Kfcsimmee. Gazette, Kissimmee, FUu, Tirana, July 4, 196 aNew
I II recorded In Plat Book B. pages (Circuit Court Seal) TAX DEED ACP GetConservation
I 61-61. Public Records of Osceolai GLENN RAY. Clerk of the NOTICE IS Hl Helps I
' NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE I County. Florida; Circuit Court of Osceola THAT Henry O. i i Map of City i I (Oontteofd from pep I)
Notice is hereby given that the I pursuant to the Final Decree of County Florida.By Inc. the holders "We realize that some people
undersigned GLENN RAY. Clerkof 'I Foreclosure entered In a case pending : /Marjorie R. Haye, certificates have Has Been Printed I
Circuit Court of Osceola County. In said Court the style of Deputy Clerk. cates for a tax I Done"Conservation I |{are beyond help. But in 22 yearsf
Florida. will on the 8th day of I which Is 'Joseph M. Fitzgerald thereon. The The chamber of commerce with the Parole CVtrnmferton'iT workwe've
July 1963 at 12:00 Noon. at the MC CAUGHAN MORTGAGE Attorney for Plaintiff and of
years
Front Door of the Osceola County COMPANY. INC. I 236 Security Trust Building tion of the property the help of 21 business firms and found that almost half of
Court House. Osceola County. In I a Florida Corporation. Plaintiff. Miami 32. Florida In which it was businessmen, has produced a new those in prison can come out and
I the city of Kissimmee. Florida. I!I n. FRanklin l- 673 follows: work costs 'done on their farms. of the city of Kissimmee.The become useful citizens "
offer for sale and sell at public GAYLORD WATSON and June 27 Certificate No. map again
outcry to the highest and best I. RUBY E. WATSON his wife. ance May 29. 1961. money." "That's why we havean "Just drive around the county map is different from all Sooner or later, except in the
bidder for cash. the following described - Defendants.and IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Property: Tollga ," Partin said "and you can
THE ACP Earl R. Partm. chairman others previously published in thatit of ""lifers"
property situated In OsceolaCounty. case some "every
I the chancery number of which NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 60 Lot 12. Section
Florida to-wlt: Is 6464. IN AND FOR South. Range 30 Agricultural Stabilizationand easily spot the farms where conservation not only includes the present one in prison today is going to
South 50 feet of Lot 6. Block WITNESS hand and the official OSCEOLA which assessed F. farming is being prac.
my roUNTY. : "
397. LAKE FRONT ADDITION. FLORIDA Conservation County Committee street- names but also a proposednew get out Heuck pointed out
seal of said Court. this 19th .IN CHANCERY. Certificate No.
I No. 6475 .ance May 29. 1961. said today. He pointed ticed. In many cases, you would set of names. That can mean "one suit, $15.
MANUFACTURERS & TRAD- ) Property: S. L. & lout that being convinced about also find that the ACP is cooper- The map also includes one of and a 'good tack.' The man thus
ERS TRUST COMPANY, a ) tion 14. Township benefits of conservation is ating with the farmer in carryingout the showing the commissioned -
New York banking corporation. ) 30 East. Name In county turned out of Raiford may have
It's always f Plaintiff ) Marjorie Sammons. not enough and expressed the the conservation practice on. districts. lost all outside contacts; his relatives -
I All of said
Rodeo Time ALLEN J. HARPER and \ I County of Osceola. belief that some farmers still the land." The new street names are num- may have died or lost
BERNICE C. HARPER. ) Unless such : may not understand that they For farmers who may not fully bers. Those going north and south touch; in half of all cases he'll

atOne .;- f' his wife Defendants. )) cates to law shall the be can obtain program help in get- understand just how ACP works. are avenues and those going east be right back within a year (in

J ''il 1 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE b! sold to the ting the needed conservation job Mr. Partin explained that theprogram's and west are streets. Through 70 per cent of cases nationally).
BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT Court House Door is to encour-
.t\.tf
\ purpose adoption of the proposed new
Notice Is hereby given that the day In the month "The real purpose of the pa
\ undersigned Hon. Glenn Ray. Clerkof which Is the 5th age the establishment of soil, water ;street names visitors and others role system is not early release

'.4 County the, Circuit Florida Court will on of the Osceola 8th 'i I Dated this 4th : Raymond W. Bell woodland and wildlife con ;:would be more easily able to find but release under conditions giving

day of July. 1963. at 12:00 M.. at I I /GLENN Died servation practices needed in the j their way around the city it was a favorable opportunity to
the Front door of 'the Osceola 'I Clerk of I at Washington public interest The program j explained.

:<&2&=-= Nocona County Kissimmee.Courthouse Florida in offer the for City sale of I I' (CIRCUIT Osceola COURT therefore has an incentive typeof J The map also indicates the confusing readjust"In Florida we try to release

i and sell at public outcry to the i July 4. t Raymond W. Bell. 65, 4409 approach to the problem it I situation existing in house prisoners that way as
Justin as
Acme many
highest and best bidder for
4y the following described property cash. # NOTICE OF Greenwich Parkway N.W., Washington "shares the cost" of sound con- numbering. This, too would be possible . about 70 per cent
e6 situated in Osceola County. Florida. I I FOB TAX I D. C., Supervisory Dairy servation measures which the changed if the street name plan out via parole.: *
See line to-wit: NOTICE IS come
our I
-up Lot 16. KISSIMMEE HIGH- THAT Grady j Technologist in Agricultural Re- farmer would not carry out with- I were adopted. And. he said "in the past yearin
i I
of World Famous LANDS. FIRST ADDITION as I I of the following i search Service U.s. Department out such assistance. Funds for 1 The sponsors of the map are Osceola County we've had to

Boots - Lots of per Book plat 1. Page thereof 369. Public Records.of in Plat. deed filed to said be Issued !| of Agriculture, died June 13 at this purpose are authorized by :Gehrett Appliance W. H. Morse send back one parolee."

color and Osceola County. Florida. tificate numbers I i Washington Hospital Center. Congress in recognition of the Corp., Lupfer's Insurance Agency Heuck reported that in the first
style pursuant to the final decree of ance the Dr. Bell native of that the Nation's natural re- Parks Furniture Co. Motor
\ a Brasher fact Autrey
and the this "the
foreclosure entered in a case pe nd- erty six months of year people
linK in said Court the style of was assessed are : i Falls New York, received his sources are vital not only to the : Co., Riedel Motors, First Na- under supervision to Osceola
Trust is Manufacturers & Traders Certificate No. Ph. D. degree from Cornell University farmers and ranchers who oper- tional Bank K. C Moore Jr., and
Company a New York bank- ance May 29. County earned $34,416.98,
.ing corporation, versus Allen Property James 1 in 1924. He immediately ate the land but also to. the Starling Chevrolet, Florida Realty. the
,Harper and Bernice C. Harper, h1s I II N 19' of Lots 2, 3, : came to work in what was then health and well-being of each citizen t I I Cody Publications, First Federal also supported on average
wife. and Docket Number Township 25 South. dependents each.
which is two
special 6475-C. I. Name In which j the Dairy Research LaboratoriesI t ,.both now and in the future. I ISavings & Loan Association, Davis I "In prison they would have
group priced to I WITNESS my hand and official Certificate No. I j of the Bureau of Dairy Industry. Each county has a list of the Agency Elsie Baker Florist; Os-
seal of said Court this 24th day of ance May 29. been costing the taxpayers $3.25a
sell. Boots for June. 1963. i I Property Marydla ; He did research and extension I practices specifications and cost- ceola Cement Tupperware Home I day to support. Their parole
I HON. GLENN RAY [I.\i: 6. Section 3. i work in this and its successor or- share rates approved for local [Parties Dave's Gulf Service
Men Women & Clerk Circuit Court j Range 29 East. supervision costs the taxpayers38c
,
I Osceola County. Florida sessed: Ruby ganization Eastern Regional Research .J Jj farmers participating in the program I George Reynolds Hunt Brothers day. Both figures are
Children (Circuit Court Seal) Certificate No. ; and Development Divi-i and the farmer obtains !Kissimmee Marine. a per

at t June By:27/Marjorie July 4. 11 R.18.Haye 1963 I Property ance May: Marydla 29. II sion, to the time of his illness. I.ACP cooperation by filing a re- I person.

r & It Dr. Bells' early work was con quest with the ASCS county com- I NOW YOU KNOW IT PAYS TO ADVERTISEIN

I, NINTH IN THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CIRCUIT.COURT. I 25 which South.assessed Range cerned with the chemistry of the mittee for ACP cost-sharing be- : Among the inventions of THE GAZETTE __

IN AND FOR Certificate No. important milk constituents. : fore carrying out the practice. I!
ance May =zg'. Leonardo da Vinci was a forerunner -
H OSCEOLA COUN1 NO. 6487 JT. FLORIDA I. Property: i, casein and lactose. He subsequently He receives a definite notice of the armored tank BROASTEDCHICKEN
[
"REYNALDO A. ANLLO ) Lots 35 & 36. worked on a wide vari- I from the committee of the extent
which he said designedto
25 was
South Range i
HeadquartersWestern Boots vs. Plaintiff )) I which assessed: i ety of dairy processing problems. i. to which his request has been force "even the largestmasses"
Hearn. et ux.Certificate His extensive contributions to the and after completion .
v PATRICIA ANN ANLLO. ) j approved retreat
to according
No. I ,
Defendant. ) I science of milk chemistry and of the practice, the farmer certifies FREEZETTE
Kissimmee NOTICE OF SUIT ance May 29. I to the Encyclopedia Britannica. -
12 Darlington TO: MRS. PATRICIA ANN ANLLO Property: Orange i, milk technology provided valuable II this by filing the necessary ;! I DRIVE-IN
I Blk
G
Beg at
c/o James Loughlin ;, insights into the cause and form with the county of-
35 Squantum Street I Blk E. run W report I
_.
lot control of assistance -- --- - ---
cor N 200' deterioration
Worcester. MassachusettsYOU I 22E. I inmany I fice. His cost-sharing
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat I 32, Township 25 I i milk products. Important improvements usually covers about half the

Your Divorce an has Amended been filed Complaint against you.for i i East.known Name In i| were made through j II'i'' cost of the approved practice. : KISSIMMEE FURNITURE STORE
Planning VacaUoit/ and you are required to All of said 1! research in the de- I
of Answer serve a t County of commercial processes | Farmers who wish further 23 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 847-4411
copy your or pleading
'
to the Amended Complaint on the I rid a. t for the manufacture of I I I tails about ACP are urged to
Plaintiff's attorney. GEORGE L. Unless such : casein milk sugar sterilized concentrated call at the ASCS County Office
cates shall
CLAPHAM. 60 North Court Street. I be I' BEWARE! DANGER!
=S'' 6.v Post Office Box 2062. Orlando. Florida i I to law the milks frozen Concentrated -I i located in the Agricultural Building -
f fq and file the original Answeror 1 such certificate or milks and concentrated!II i 441 between Kisj -
: on Highway "White In
pleading in the office of the $\. be sold to the It is costly to put Elephants" your
the Court House i sweetened cream. His most recent -i| and St. Cloud, where
.
Clerk of the Circuit Court j simmee
on or I FREE OF CHARGE to decor-
before the 29th day of July. 1963. t j Monday In the : work was in the application I 1' Clyde E. Story, the County Of home. Let us help you
I If you fall to do so.- a decree pro +' 1963. which Is the of foam !i ate home to suit YOUR pocketbook. No lob
a new drying your
confesso will be taken against you gust 1963. : spray pro- fice Manager will be glad to con
for the relief demanded In the j Dated this 4th cess to highly concentrated skim sult and advise. too big or too small!
I Complaint. /s/ GLENN I I
o DATED at Kissimmee. Osceola Clerk of milks. He was author or coauthor COME IN THE STORE OR EVENINGS BY
1 D
; r County. Florida this 20th day of :1 Osceola of over 50 scientific publica-
June. 1963. CIRCUIT COURT New Fish'Licenses APPOINTMENT.
: July 4. tion and patents. He collaborated ,
; GLENN RAY.
t. o I Clerk of the Circuit Court with fellow workers of the i j i On Sale
I Osceola County. Florida -
NOTICE OF 'Dairy Research Laboratory ini !
t (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
By: /Marjorie R. Haye i I; NOTICE FOB IS i i the publication of the authoritative !j Florida fishermen may now

Deputy Clerk THAT John B. [ and widely used text "FunI( Obtain the new 1963-64 fresh
June 27. July 4. 11. 18. 1963 I I I FREE FUN FOR ALL
of the !
said following damentals of Dairy Science. water:; fishing license at offices
I i certificate for
BUY FROM THE be issued thereon. i Dr. Bell served in the United I I of all County Judges and

GKZETTE ADVERTISCRSI !I number and year States Navy during World War I, :I their authorized sub-agents Mid-Florida Sportsman's Show
i description of the '
--. : the name In which was a member of the Brother- throughout the state.

I Remember: While you're away-you can give your I I i,'Is nee Certificate as May follows 29.:No. Rho hood Fraternity of Masons American Alpha Gamma Chemical -! The only fresh water fisher. Opens July 3 Noon thru 6 9ii : ;

from
men exempt the license
I valuables safe deposit with 9 Property I
protection us..do your : : Orange Society and American Dairy
Blk B Lot .4 & STORE"i Science Association." During his fare l residents 65 years of age

bonking; by mail across the rt:1i1es.: / .. ake. our Travelers { ,Name Township In..which 26>South : _, association with All Souls:Unitarian -.! or over, children under 15 Exhibits Contests: .- Dispjayjsg .
tAll of residents *
Y "" age, "" "" *
Adalr. Viand ::: t" 9BBIB r3t" l
I Church Washington'. D.C..
ot said commercially I Parade and Contest
rnears in Baby GopnerfDerayN*
t, Checks along with you to safeguard your travel t County of Osceola. : he served as Chairman! of the. home county with not I
tI Unless such ,
Board of Trustees. Contests
I Paragator Jumps -- Casting
I cates shall be than three
i more poles or
funds. For the vacation ,
happiest to law the Dr. Bell was also President and I lines.
tI t such certificate or : General Manager of W. E. Bell'
ibe t sold to the License fees are: Resident
I Court House Door : Groves Inc., Lake Wilson Kin FREE 3 BIG NIGHT SHOWS

Pfcut to tu& theae fiewlcej ($CI I;I day which In is the the month.5th simmee, Florida.He I annual nual, $8.00$3.00; ;non-resident non-resdent an 14- i I

I j 1 1963. is survived by his wife. I,i day continuous fishing, $3.25: THURSDAY Talent Show
i :
THE lnc\to or dialer rendt : Dated/GLENN this 4th Carol C. Bell and children WilLiam non-resident five-day continuous

; vot in Central Florida. Delight i Clerk of W Bell and Barbara B. Ju- fishing, $2.25.JULY .

: your family . honor ,tour guettl I Osceola tila and three grandchildren. Show.
FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF ___ _ FRIDAY: Variety
i . by bringing then K this trSly5si95c J 1 (CIRCUIT. COURT July 4 : .--.. -- .. -:..:..:" .:. .:..:.'.:. .'.:.'.:.:-......1:..." ..:..,:.,:.:-:.:.:.:.:...............-...................'._-
KISSIMMEE ,! dininy room. ,l Parade of Central Florida Queens

Ffte Oar' a 1'ud.

do.Citizens as trustee to REUPHOLSTERYCOMPARE: :
mons and wife. $ SATURDAY: Magician DON MASTERS
"OVER 35 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE" M 8anl"na-.J' i: Horde.E. Grace I
Kissimmee.
I : Finals.
Miss of Osc. Co.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation p ... ter Charles M. Glaster C Hill I, I Majorette

---______________ u__. ____________--,-- ---- .---.---- .' mee. 12500. II |

I lachen.John Aldersgate W.14200.Mulder I : ;MICKEY: EVANS

Max Cohen and i S
CASH Cook. Kissimmee
W. h. Whatley i I .

ney$1.900.L. Lamb, and I I LIONS BAR-B-Q-Thurs., Fri., Sat. 5-8 p.m.

Fa Narvln M.
IHOMAS seph M. i Agri. Center 441 between Kissimmee and St. Cloud.

.Cloud. $5.000._ __ ,

CARRYROLLED OUR PRICES I

SEE ALL THE '
Phone :Orlc-ndo! ' Collect 42225O3CHAIR
REED 2905 So. Orange BI. Yr. LOW i

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$7 Fer.ce 6',25' LUMBER Low i .........:: .,.:.... .. .$. ... '.9. ....4. ........ D

025 At Money Suing Pnces ... . .
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GUTTER & ACC Sheathing ..0Slin.JOHNS MANVILLE 101 P'Cfuat.f I I ..''.. ., .-.. .'. ..'c.""."":'.'.... .

10' Galv. Gutter 1.45 1x6 Nav. Siding! .06 Ha.! VINYL ROOR TILE I i :: Includes Lepor> Materialr PIcliipi/? .

10' Conductor Pipe 1.43 1x8 Nov. Siding 081In. tI I : v_; jfcrisl; Delivery y

3" Elbow ::45 1x6 T & G VJ .Ob I'm.OS. Terraflex .. -." .,-.,
,. 8,500
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1x2 Ytreated .02lhlin. -
8 1.5. Miters .95 9'IX9"onf1 .09 : i
"cia : frCHOJCE Of.MATERj t.H:
Slip Joints .32 1x12 Shelving COOLING
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STEP lADDERS 12'2c u.. : pylori .
CAPACITY
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INSULATING iOTHI PRNnultr, T.ci. I
4' 3,20 KODAK I $ . TRlpPJ. r R M II I MM.'
1.57 Sheet $
c 6' .. 4.80 WALLBOARD per -.* WORRXJUT:() 5PWN51lEPtAC I ( t r WORN : r JtL 406 199"ELECTRIC
WOOD GRAIN ..'
10' .. -. -- _. 8.00 12" x 4 x 8 --- ._- 2.40 ea 2.88 per sheet I I Q\JrtqS.HIONSREPl1iD\ WOODWORK-. ..


I ... CIU.Di.). .....woR ...;0.Rnu.. IJA'IANJE."( ri _. GENERAL.
PAINT BRUSHES CEILING TILE budget
READI-TO-USE .. .
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I ."
3" 90 1L" 12" 24"' Twin CEMENT Making movies 24.:MONTHS'TO PAVy .yd Tku&ROOM
_ __ r2 X X snapshooting ..
RI31z"
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- - - 1.13 PLAIN .12 sit Kodak 8 movie @: ] y e Give S&H tJfccn Stamps: lliJ
Gruel
01' Sea4 Mia follow guide
4" - - - - 1.49 ACOUSTiCAl .16 sit' i lens.Then,just .. MR CONDITIONER
2/3 Cv. Ft. Bag 1.45 I button for '

1/3 Cu. Ft. Beg 1.15 ies!Extra-fast '......'-." ...". .. :.J.:..: .
PAINT CEMENT i ._'.... .C.'U..S' .1- .O..M. .. ..
I shoot on dull .' : . ,. c . 9 TWO-SPEED COOLING. . LOW for quIet tai.ilt
late in the day, comfort HIGH for maximum cooNs. .
SOUTHERN CO.\TlttGS! or .
$1.35 CpLIFOitWIA< REBW009i ins indoors. A Upholstery. & Manufacturing
0 AUTOMATIC THERMOSTAT . ntahttolM
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... o... FENCE SEalOHS '
Outside white 3.75 MORTAR MIX iI t .:\.<.lir{ .C. .'0." .IAp....A. 'N; .y.s.. :: i;: last-right temperature. Choose from ten settbs s.

3-0 x s-0 _ LOOPxia t Daly :,:":;g _..: . .. . .. .;. O WASHABLE AIR FILTER . sate tint and
Vi-NaIIJ for MCHCHtry 335 : In the sink.
washes
$ 20 __ 9.40Oxf0 : money. It right
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Flew 540x80 __ 10." J : ., i.;, ., e. no O ADJUSTABLE AIR DIRECTOR. .oHows ttrolffct

HOOF CEMENT -" :f a" discharge for maximum penetration or on ttpwttl
ferior Flflts' 3.65 Pests _ ____ 2AIDati c I .
LB. ..... to 45-desrttt.
S Glees 4.15 SO 3.Ib .
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LB. 1 329 vy -i -* STREET
Perch 6'f leek 4.10 PLVUUIIftllrA'I'UI&I.' HUNT .
f 'WWte ROOF COATING I O ...J.O PARKS FURNITURE COMPANYKISSIMMEE
6 S.5 1/2x4xS ext. I
1 GAL 0 "THE
f Velvet yfll'llith 3.7e 5 GAL 3.00 4.1& Sheet f FRONT Call *t1 r :33 'Collect 847-4171 ST.892-2011 CLOUD


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Charge Up To 15 Words, 75c Additional Words 5c Each Classified Display (Boxed) Per Inch $1.10





















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

ICall.

I FOR SALE: Expressway Homes
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer I
I moved to your lot. Some withno I
ARTICLES apartments with lake and shuffleboard down payment. Small SHRIMP STOVES UFaJGaAtoaSI

By week, month or I Phone 847- REALTORAMAI I . ,
monthly payments.
FOR SALE. St. Cloud i In A Basket USED
year. Capitol Motel 2367 after 6 p.m. Jewell House f Parks Furniture Co.

Hwy. 441. I Movers.. FURNITURE
',I ; FREEKITEDRIVEIN For Prompt Iftooir ..Yew

KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- FOR RENT-Two houses 2 bed- Extra Large choice home sites, Sew.lI-Thurinond REHUOEftATOR
i i
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. rooms each, screened porches trailer or business lots. High I 1015 West Church ORLANDO I Phone 1474171Christian

OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 nice shade. Reasonable rates. FURNISHED HOMEORANGE .
end Dry. Electricity and good the above described property, said '
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-394L I No pets. IH-miles south of I property being situated and located -,
II water. $10 down $3 month. F1ow.n For All Occasions
; In Osceola County, Florida You
IN :
Post
I! Office. Phone 847-3527 or
Why pay more? Save high rent. and each of you are hereby required Science
Combs BARGAIN BARN I 847-3626. TROPICAL PARK on Route to file your Answer with the ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
le; Zipper U; T. tk i Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and I Society
Bra"he. '7e; Ear Btw Se: 8bees !FOR RENT Room 441 in North Kissimmee. GARDENS for Osceola County. Florida. anti !'
: private bath
7e Ut. .f Rack
| ; S rk> lie; Pillows 710: A serve a copy thereof upon HAROLD 1st. lsed.
Shirts Si: Put $1; Dreesel i and entrance. Near shuffle A, Math ti p...
.YOUR "ROAD TO SUCCESS" WARD. HI. of the firm of WIn-I
$1.50 30* X. Randolph
; Rue Me; Nyl.as Sic; II' court. $8.50 per week. 8474640. derweedle. Haines & Ward. 224 IS MOAOWAT t47-4Sf . . . II
HaMklt $ Serrint. eta
k: PaBtin 15e; Belto DO you have an AVON representative Park Avenue. South. Winter Park. : e.diy

15e; Caps 15e; Spread. 2.M; I' calling on you regu- 1400 sq. ft ... 2 Bedrooms, Living Room ... Florida Attorneys for Plaintiff In S.Mey ScheI . . . fftM a..
Hair Net. 4e; T-ShlrU Sk; FOR RENT: One and two bedroom the above action on or before the '

Bar Nearly ala Everybody Barn. Cme Trade t. at Slbert The I trailers, by week or larly If you don't perhaps Fully Tiled Bath ... Modern Kitchen ... 15th day of July. 1963. else a De-i I LEARN BARBERING I
there is which cree Pro Confesso will be entered '
Mills Warrhoate In Davenport month. Rainbow Mobile Homes I I an1 open territory I I
Dining Room ... Patio ... Terrazo Floors ... -against you' lAtare Year fatare la a
Immediately. Follow could offer excellent
the signs you an GREEN'S FUEL
BARGAIN BARN I and Trailer Park MichiganAve. ., I IT IS ORDERED that thl be J well-pay pr.feul.aDay

earning opportunity. Start now Awning Windows Carport.. Concrete I published In The Kissimmee Ga- i, Night Classes
open Week' nay And Snaday'*:. 34 mile off Vine Street. ... I VA.
zette. in Osceola Approved
a published
newspaper
I Past Bowling alley. i i for big Christmas profits.Part No Drive ... Utility Room ... Auto. Washer, I week for County. Florida. once weeks each Orlando Barber College Sales and Service
experience necessary. four consecutive 3399 8. Orange BlMMm Tr.
.
P. Mower Garden Dishes Cooking I WITNESS the hand of the Clerk GA
time. Write Avon Manager Tools TV. 64S7S
,of the Circuit Court. Osceola Counj| PHOM M7-4172 147-4171

FOR RENT',1 i REAL ESTATE I O.Florida.Box 2427, Vero Beach i Utensils. '"June.fy. Florida 1963.CIRCUIT this the 10th day of !. K1SSIMM&

( COURT SEAL) SAND ROCK
I.I I. 1 For Gas DeMvtry: Phone
,I COMPLETELY FURNISHED. MOVEN PRICE. Isf GLENN RAY
Unusually attractive three room!I.i Clerk of Circuit Court MORTAR MIX Harold Wtgal 847-2058
LOST Ladies' wristwatch. ;
: gold
apartment. Close in. 116 or 1181 j FOR SALE: 10 x 46 trailer with I i 93,700FLORIDA 'Wlnderweedle. Haines & Ward STEEL & WIRE MESH I R. A. FUfehor 847-4339

South Beaumont. Call 847-40111 i I awning and patio. Aid Condi- Call 8474314. Reward. 224 Winter Park Park.Avenue.Florida South ., Kenneth ftlcdto

or &J7-4247. !i;, tioned. All Electric. Mint I I June 13. 20. 27. July 4. 1963 892-7695 [St. Cloud]
!
Green. 8474936. LEGAL NOTICES REALTY For Cat Service: Phone
i In the Circuit Court for the Ninth : a18w4 r J. 8. RovnfrM 847-4062
FOR RENT Country home 1\\i C I IN THE COUNTY I Judicial Circuit of Florida In and
miles south on Pleasant Hill I[ FOR SALE: Fishing boat and JUDGE'S COURT for Osceola County. Florida. In : Robert Allen
motor. Louis Smith 217 N. Ran OSCEOIJV COUNTY. FLORIDAI Chancery. No. 6489. First Federal 0A Emory Bremen 8474570LcoGirowrd
i COUNSELORS
Road. Two bedrooms, unfurnished -i CASE NO. 5720! INC.ee Savings and Loan Association of 847-2061

$35 month. Call dolph Ave. SALLIE IN RE ESTATE Deceased.OF ) Osceola County a Corporation or- R. H. Hot! 892-1212 St. Cloud
KEEN.
847.2067'1 ) 2 Broadway ganized and existing under the :
I
: NOTICE TO CREDITORS or call H. T. Simmons,Mgr.8.c7..a .
FOR SALE Three bedroom laws of the United States of Am- '
:
FOR RENT: 1 room -;, f To All Creditors Legatees. Distrib- i 847-3156 8473157I 19

ished house newly decorated, : house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x i utees. and All Persons. having I erica.terprise Plaintiff Corp.. vs Florida Palmland En- KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
a Corporation -
Air conditioned. Priced to Claims or Demands Against said. FORECLoSURE Robert O'8.rry 847-3219
nice living. $45 month. Suitablefor I 300. .I Estate I et al. Defendants. I

couple .one child. 847-238Q sell. Contact Betty Eby, 847-1.j, notified You and each of you are hereby I 1 II I IN JUDGE'S THE COUNTY COURT. f i IN THE COUNTY COURT JUDGE OF THE OF SUIT.OF MORTGAGE. NOTICE :' Phone John R.Evans W. louifw St. Cloud 847-3442 8923482Radio

TROPICAL PARK. 2881 or 8474266. I" any claims and which required you. or to either present of i i OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. : OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA TO: RICHARD R. CAPES. residence -i : 847.3524i
NO. and address unknown. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
FOR RENT: Two and three '' WANTED: Two lots for individual I of you.Sallle may Keen.have against deceased the late estate of': IN RE: ESTATE OF ; IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

Aircondition-] trailer parking. A. Miller Osceola County. Florida. to the 1 I i I MATTIE B. TYNER. Deceased. : GEORGE WALTON ABRAMS ) a suit has been brought >!' SALES SIRVICE
room apartments. I County Judge of Osceola County. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased. against you, the nature of which Is and
ed. Morefield Building opposite 918 Bryan Street. Florida at Kissimmee. Florida.I i TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES.DISTRIBUTEES. I To all Creditors. Legatees. Dis to foreclose a mortgage on the ELECTRICAL CESPARKS
AND ALL PER- hereinafter described real
j I tributees and all Persons having property
I within six: calendar months from
'
Also furnishedhouse ;
postoffice. EONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- The name of the Court in which
Claims or Demands against said
FOR SALE Five lots No. 20-21- of the first l publication of connrn NOMI rvtwsnwcs
606 Emmett.APARTMENTS : I r.1d notice.. Each claim I or demand I II MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: I Estate: the suit has been Instituted Is the
1 I 22-23-24 in Block A, Carolina 1 must be In writing and must state I You and each of you are hereby !1 You and each of you are hereby Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial !4
notified and required to Circuit of Florida In and for FURNITURE
presentany CO.
notified and required to present
FOR RENT-$9. : Terrace on old Dixie Highway the place of residence and post-,
claims which you or eitherof Osceola County. Florida and the
claims which either of
any or
I office address of the claimant and you.
$11, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul between Kissimmee and Or be sworn to by claImant. his agent you. may have against the es- you. may have against the estate title of the case is as above captioned riif1.... -St. n..A
I 'I tate of Mattie B. Tyner. deceased and the real Involved
; or attorney, or the same will become of George; Walton Abrams. deceased estate '..
lando.
Davis. 114 Emmett Street. ,
.. . void according to law. late of Osceola County Florida to late of Osceola County. Florida Is the following, located In Osceola
I l THIS the 11th day of June 1963., the County Judge of said county to the County Judge of said County County. Florida viz-
ELMER KEEN |I at his office In the Courthouse at i i at his office In the Court House LOT 17 of Kissimmee Highlands NORRIS CLEANERSSpring
'I As Administrator of Kissimmee. Florida within six cal- i at Kissimmee. Florida, six second addition Osceola County: *
FOREIGN J1i'7 1 Estate of Sallie Keen. I'l t I endar months from the date of the calendar months from tit date of I Florida. according to the Official !
Deceased. : first publication of this notice. : the first publication of this Notice. Plat dated on the 17th day of
I Ellis F. DavisKissimmee. I; Each claim or demand must be in Each claim or demand must be In March. A. D. 1959. and filed and cleaning is a Brttzt with our Saniton StrvicM
offers and women choice of 19 countries--free Florida writing and must state the place ; writing and must state the place of recorded among the public rec- '
men
Foreign employment benefits-bonuses-liberal vacations-And Attorney for Administrator I of residence of the claimant and residence of the claimant and must ords of Osceola County. Florida. for Drapes, Slip Covers, Blankets Feather PiMa WI.KISSIMMEE'S .
transpoi'Ution-special tax June 20. 27. July 4. 11 I must be sworn to by the claimant 'be sworn to by the claimant his on the 14th day of April. A.D '
a most unique way of life in government careers or with American his agent or attorney or the same i cent or attorney or the same will 1959. In Plat Book One (1) on .
Over half million Americans work and i will become void according to law. become void according to law page 380.
subsidiaries. a
their
companies IN THE COURT
OF "
THE This the 25th day of June, 1963.
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
This the 13th of June. 1963.
day
live exceptionally well outside the U.S.A. You can earn up to S1.600 COUNTY JUDGE t RAYMOND STEWART TYNER i'. /Hewlett M. Abrams I FURTHER that you are requiredto FINEST

per month paid in U.S. currency. For complete. information send $2 to IN OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA I Executor of the Estate of Executor of the Estateof file your answer to the Complaint 103
RE East
THE ESTATE Dakin
OF ) Mattie B. deceased 847-4941
Tyner
Foreign Projects. P. 0. Box 1945. Beverly Hills Calif. HELON NAOMI WOOD ) W. Jr.I George Walton I flied In this mortgage; foreclosure Telephone
Murray Overstreet. Abrams deceased. proceedings with the Clerk :
Deceased.
; NOTICE ) I Attorney for Executor Brinson and McWhirter of the Circuit Court of Osceola .
CALIFORNIA JOBS TO CREDITORS .P. O. Box 492 Attorneys at Law 'County. Florida at Kissimmee. Florida '
To all Creditors. Legatees. Dis- t Kissimmee. Florida ,
: and thereof '
Kissimmee. Florida serve a copy upon
Thousands of new job openings now in Southern California in all fields. I Claims tributees.or and Demands all Persons against having said II July 4, 11. 18. 25. 1963 June 20. 27. July 4. 11. 1963 1 Plaintiffs Attorney. Phillip R KelI'

"Permanent jeb--omty.. Send $2 for job information. names and. Estate: NOTICE TO DEFENDIN I Icy. Post Office Box 331. (12 East
THE CIRCUIT COURT OFiTHE i NOTICE OF THE FILING OF A Monument Avenue) Kissimmee. Florida ,
'
Hills. Calif. You and each of
( addresses to California Jobs. P. O. Box 1944. Beverly you are hereby ROTHROCKSEPTIC
notified and required to present NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN PETITION FOR ADOPTION not later than the 15th dayof I
claims which AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCE- 1 iTO: July 1063. or Decree Pro Con-I
any either of
.. ... I you. or
--- -- 'I you may have against the estate OLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN i! CALL FOR BIDS fesso will be entered against you
jof HELON NAOMI WOOD deceased 1 CHANCERY. MARIE MILDRED '' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSSealed 1 THIS notice will be published In I
I I late of Osceola County. Florida I! JAMES. Plaintiff, VS. EDWARD bids will be received at 'The Kissimmee Gazette four consecutive -
," to the County Judge of said PORTER JAMES. Defendant. NO- j, the office of the Board of Public i week on the following ,. TANK CO
(County at his office In the Court TICE I TO DEFEND. The State of Instruction of Osceola County at i dates: June 13. 20. 27 and July 4. '
I House at Kissimmee. Florida within I Florida to EDWARD PORTER Thacker and Ernest Sts.. 1963 -
six calendar months from the JAMES. Address Unknown. You are mee. Florida up to 10:00: I DOTED this June 11th. 1963. i
date of the first publication of this .; hereby notified that a suit In equity EST. Tuesday July 16. KISSlm-1 I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) I
r i Notice. Each claim or demand must for divorce has been brought the complete construction: of I GLENN RAY Culvert Tile for Driveways
1v .1 i bt.In writing and must state the against you by MARIE MILDRED .. room at Kissimmee High; Clerk Circuit Court
', JAMES in the Circuit Court of the Kissimmee. and R. E. Jefferles I Osceola County. Florida
place of residence of the claimant Ele-I Tanks-a size for
1 I and must be sworn to by the claim- I I Ninth Judicial Circuit In and For mentary School. St. Cloud. By /Marjorie R. Have. Septic every need.
ant. his agent the ; County of Osceola. State of Florida All bids received will be publicly Phillip R Kelley
or attorney. Work
or Cement 280
I; same will become void and you are hereby summoned opened and read aloud. Plans and I Isiieclflcatltons P.O. Box 331 Gallon Grease Traps
to law. according ordered and required to file may be examined ;: (12 E. Monument Ave.)
; written answer or defenses to at the office I Kissimmee. Florida
This the 25th day of June 1963. your of the School Super- :
I the filed herein againstyou ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Complaint
intendent.
Ernest and Thacker Sts.. [
II/ H. T.
WOOD
Administrator of the in the above entitled cause in I Klsslmm or at the office of June 13. 20. 27. July 4. 1063 15 Years ExperienceK.
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Charles H. Parsons architect. 18 N. -
the Estate of '
I Helon Naomi Wood. Court In and for Osceola Stewart Ave.. Kissimmee. Florida. NOTICE TO BIDDERS!! C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
/ deceased. County. Florida at his office In One set of plans and specifications NOTICE -HEREBY GIVEN to
0 o COOK WITH GAS I THACKER AND THACKER the Court House in Kissimmee. : may be secured by general I II all Interested bidders that the
Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. Florida on or before the fourth I contractors: only from the office of Board of County Commissioners of
. Attorneys for Administrator day of August. A.D.. 1963. and to the architect by depositing $25.00. Osceola County. Florida. will receive
serve a copy of such answer or defenses BOARD OF PUBLIC sealed bids until 10:00: A.M..
July 4. 11. 18. 26. 1963.I1 .
!L__ Thacker and Thacker. Transit-Mix Co.
upon i INSTRUCTION July 15. 1963. for air conditioning Located at Kissimmee
>BECAUSE AMERICA'S FINEST Plaintiffs attorneys herein whose ; Osceola County. Florida units for the Health Department In
RANGES ARE GAS RANGES address Is Box 527, Kissimmee. Florida By is/ W. B. Stephens. the Osceola County Courthouse In'
on or before said date as required Secretary Kissimmee. Florida.Specifications .
Flexible and efficient meeting
i by law. If you do June 27. ,
20.
July 4. 1963I
wlll for said units
mOdem cooking need Fast be may
every Decree Pro Confesso PHONE
so. a 847-3524
be :
clean economical cooking. Man. entered against you for the relief I I IN TOE COURT OF THE iI t tf Board obtained of County from the Commissioners.Clerk of the

ual control or fully automatic.You demanded in the Complaint. I. COUNTY JUDGE Courthouse. Kissimmee. Florida. .
hand Clerk of OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA
WITNESS as
my I
can expect outstanding performance Immediately following the time
:
said Circuit Court of Osceola County. i NOTICE TO CREDITORS
with a distinctive Florida and the Seal of said i:IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) shown above the proposals received
Green'a Fuel Gas Range.GREEN'S Court at Kissimmee. Osceola County ., LOIS PAULINE DRAWDY ) I will be publicly opened and STEEL SALESANY
Florida, on the 1st day of July. Deceased ) read.The
County the to
reserves right
A.D.. 1963. To all Creditors. Legatees. DISt -
ai /GLENN !tributees.. and all Persons havingi reject any and all bids and to
GLENN RACY. Clerk of i Claims or Demands against said waive formalities. DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
FUE1A1k BOARD OF COUNTY
1 !
the Circuit Court. Estate:
Osceola County Florida You and each of you are hereby COMMISSIONERS OF :

II'.. (SEAL >notified and required to present OSCEOLA COUNTY. i" Competitively Priced
FLORIDA !
THACKER AND THACKER any claims which you or either
TEE mcdtuhjoli GAS KNSVud. ... ( Attorneys for Plaintiff of you may have against the estate (SEAL) ,
-r;.. ;. P.O. Box 527 Kissimmee. Fla. 1 of Lois Pauline Drawdy deceased. I By HARRIS G. DANIEL TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
:;-.._., c 'I; -....... July 4. 11. 18. 25. 1963 i late of Ocseola County. Florida to II i ii Chairman
;' ' ;., : i Ithe County Judge of said County June 27 July 4, 1963 HORSE TRAIURS AND UTILITY TRAIURS
i t: ,
IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
; Court House at
-, at his office In the I
PARKS FURNITURE CO. ." .,:,,,,,,... ., .... ;,. . r NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Kissimmee. Florida. wfthfn six calendar I NOTICE TO BIDDERS BUILT AND REPAIRED
. . , ..'. ,';.-" iIN! AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. i months from the date of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to:

"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE v.' ," ..'.,. ". "." ..-\..,. i I STATE FLORIDA.OF FLORIDA.INTERNATIONAL LAW NO.. 2684. first Each claim publication or demand of this must Notice.be In; :I Board all Interested of County bidders Commissioners that the of I, a..i.w lUUt WilAf A* AI wert w.

CLOUD .. ,.. '...'II.. .' .t:" 'h'1 .. I : writing and must state the place Osceola County. Florida will re-
ST. .
.. PICKUP I of residence of the claimant and I'I cel\e sealed bids until 10:00 A. M., Old Orlondo Hwy. noor Uvostock Morkof
!. .-1 I. ...!.... :: ... TRUCK MOTOR NO. SD220125698. must be to by the claimant. '( July 15. 1963 for air conditioning
847-4171. 892-2011 .. . !. ; t. i I IN RE FORFEITURE OF I j his agent sworn or attorney or the same ; units for the small auditorium In Rt. 1, Box 2S8-A 10.......,...
. . ..... I THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED the County Agricultural Pavilion
.. ,. .. : will become void according to law
.Lo. .
. ,- ,- ---- .. .t., ." .,.. ..... .C..4 | PROPERTY: INTERNATIONAL ; This the 12 day of June. 1963. I located on Highway 441 between ,
,. . 4! 't- .., 1.jIi! PICKUP TRUCK. MOTOR 's! David Monroe Drawdy 1! Kissimmee and St. Cloud In Os-

(.;-:.; .y asi 1_ >, NOTICE NO.- -SD220-125698.OJ!' SALE Administrator Estate of of the I ceola Specifications County. Florida.for said units may LOU YOUNG, WELDING

I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by Lois Pauline Drawdy. I i be obtained from the Clerk of the
For Of the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola deceased. I Board of County Commissioners.
IT'S AVAILABLE TO 1 Any I County. Florida that pursuant toI Brinson &: McWhirter I{ Courthouse Kissimmee. Florida. PHONE 847-3898
I Judgment of Forfeiture entered by I Immediately following the time
Attorneys at Law
ALL SAFE DRIVERS i i i the Judge of the above Court on :'Kis.lmmee. Florida |f shown above the proposals received ';
These ServicesNew i June 26. 1963. I will offer and sell
June 20. 27. July 4. U. 1963 j will be publicly opened and read.
the highest and best bidder for
ito The County reserves the right to
i I cash the above described automobile I reject any and all bids and to waive
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH OSCEOLA TIRE
I between the legal hours of sale
1 formalities.
Houses JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR
I ton Monday. July 15 1963. before
loW I 1 I (SEAL
RATE door of the Courthouse. OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA .
:the east
ON I Kissimmee. Florida. Purchaser to : IN CHANCERY NO. 6452 BOARD OF COUNTY COM- 1t SERVICECustom
CommercialStructures ; I MISSIONERS
OF OSCEOLA.
A' PENINSULA NATIONAL BANK I
'O for Sheriffs Bill of Sale.Dated .
pay !
iNS ;OF CEDARHURST. a national) ,. IiARR FLORIDA.
URgNCE I at Kts. lmmee. Florida, this
28th day of June 1963. j banking corporation organized) I i By G. DANIEL. Recapping
I
I ROBERT BUCKETS ;and existing under the Laws of Chairman.
the United States of America. ) I{ June 27. July 4
of Osceola County. I 223 S. BERMUDA
Careful drivers who have no rec- Remodeling Sheri !; Plaintiff. )

ord of accidents should not be Additions I July 4. 11. 1963. .ROBERT R. HARDEN TS and i I NOTICE TO CREDITORS PHONE 847.2207

required to the cost of those i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR .SARA C;. HARDEN. his wife. In the Court of the County Judge.; .
-
pay 1 I Osceola
CIRCUIT.IN
THE NINTH JUDICIAL WILLIAM ALEWINE and JO ) County. Florida.
who do. That's the way we feel !I Aluminum :. AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTYFLORIDA. :ANN ALEWTNE. his wife. CASH) IIN RE THE ESTATE OF
LAW NO. 2685: .BROTHERS. INC. a Florida ) BERTHA M. WHALON.
in
about It !
our agency.If STATE OF FLORIDA [corporation and THE CITY OF Deceased
Siding vs. |KISSIMMEE a Florida municipal -) To all Creditors DIs- .. IE VHtSE'I -
you can qualify as a safe 1957 FRAZER AUTOMOBILE : corporation- ) I I trlbntees. and all Persons having
+ Aluminum MOTOR NO. FM32279 Defendants ) : Claims or Demands against said
driver let us check your rate to ; (F62264M34S79)IS MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Estate: ECONOMIZE

make certain you are getting the i RE: FORFEITURE OF i 1. NOTICE OF SUIT 1 I You and each of you are hereby
; Awnings ,
THE FOLLOWINGDESCRIB, notified and required to present
lowest. ED PROPERTYAUTOMOBILE 1957 FRAZER ROBERT R. HARDEN and i any claims which you. or either 1 Bteda
: Storefront MOTOR NO. :SARA G. HARDEN his wife.Chattanooga. I'j of you. may have against the estate Extra Quit
FM32279 (F6226-4M34579) Tennessee I of BERTHA M. WHALON. deceas- '
PHONE 847-4121 i Marquee ,, NOTICE OF SALE .and to any and all other parties j ed. late of Osceola County. Florida '-G t At No Extra Ceat
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by claiming any right, title. and/or to the County Judge of said Coun
'! the undersigned Sheriff of Osceola Interest In and to the following I, ty. at his office In the Court Houseat
: EstimatesSEE !County. Florida that pursuant to 'described property. to wit: Kissimmee. Florida within six I-,
j Judgment of Forfeiture entered by Lot 55. FAIRLAWN MANOR I calendar months from the date of Pfu 47-4021
', the Judge of the above Court on SUBDIVISION' as per the Plat I the first publication of this Notice.
LUPFER'SInsurance I t June 26. 1963. I will offer and sell thereof as recorded In Plat Book 1. Each claim or demand must be in
I to the highest and best bidder fort i 1 1. Page -377. Public Records of I i writing and must state the place of Member of Osceola totraty Begdera AaseeifttieB
I cash between the legal noun of J Osceola! County. Florida. residence of the claimant and must
i I sale on Monday. July 15. 1963. before : YOU ARE HEREBY NOTTFED ; be sworn to by the claimant, his I I Ii
K. C. MooreJr.TRIANGLE the east door of the Court-I that the Plaintiff PENINSULA i i agent or attorney. or the same will I
Agency i house. Kissimmee. Florida the I NATIONAL BANK OF CEDAR. I become void according to law >
I above described automobile. Purchaser -.: HURST a national banking corporation This the 19th day of June. 1963. OSCEOLA CEMENT
I to pay for Sheriffs' Bill of organized and existing under JESS WILDER THACKER. i

1918 .- 1963 BUILDING i i the Laws of the United States of Admx. e.t.a. of the Estate of ,
Dated at Kissimmee. Florida this I America has Instituted suit against BERTHA M. WALTON J PRODUCTS. INC.
l2Sth day of June, 1963. you In the Circuit Court of the I' Deceased. J
12 : 11 Stewart St. f ROBERT M. BUCKELS I Ninth Judicial Circuit. In and for THACKER and TRACKER.i
ak-847
Broadway Next To The B -4121
of Osceola County. the Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. .
: Phone 847-2270 Sheri Osreola County. Florida. nature j NEPTUNE ROAD KISftlHMBE
of the suit Is to foreclose that j I Attorneys for Admx. c.t.a. !
I July 4. 11. 1963 I 1 certain mortgage 'which ,encumbersi June 27. July 4. 11. 18 \iI







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