Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: August 15, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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: VID00292
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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t ': ; ; HERALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 68 YEARS


r.. '36 Entered as'second Class MatterKissimmee KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 15, 1963 Established 8472881K 1894 PRICE TEN CENTS
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Eighteen merchants of
are unable to be In-one of
simmee have grouped 22nd together and- the stores at the time of the t Lanier, Osceola Countytax was raised after E. C Kiek- ,

beginning August drawing and if your name is : assessor Monday reduced haefer, president of the corporation -

continuing for six consecutive called; don't cry as you will his valuation of the Lake X corporation and Ted Collins, administrative ... ,,;Lr
weeks to shower some lucky still receive a 25 dollar award I property from $1.354- assistant, protested the .' .-:-
NEARING COMPLETION The first unit of the new Kissimmee shopper with nu- from the Gazette as a consolation I 050 to 581500. original hike from 30,795 to I -

Mormon complex on Bermuda Ave. is nearing completion. merous Kissimmee gifts from the merchantsof partici- prize for having reg- The Osceola County commis- 581500. f PPERWA\-

(Photo by Hamrick) pating of istered. t sion permitted the reduction LeFevre said Lanier raised it;f I '
the shower gifts pro Watch for next week's Gazette after Lanier conceded his origi- to $1,354,050 in retaliation and.. ; . ''Vt F P ARTIE1 ,
.. gram. Look for the big shower for the shower of gifts t nal figure was out of line. that the valuation was far above .

Work Underway On windows of gifts of the placards stores in and the go page and shop your friendly t Last week the corporation's neighboring pasture land and! : \: a .:;/' .

Kissimmee merchants for i attorney, Daniel LeFevre protested swamp, assessed at $20 an acre.' :'!J J' ,.., .- r- f
in and register. Here's what ,
do.Visit. I gifts galore from every store. ;; to the Osceola County In addition to Lake X, a 1.000-' LiD. : . S

Mormon.. Conmlex you the shower of gifts This Is the way the draw-{ commission, sitting asa tax acrelake where marine engines!' y.-
- - - -- will held. Registration tested em-i ;;" r
-.L- stores. Ask for a registration ing be J equalization board, that the par- are the property '
By RITA HUNTA the rear of the property. No I for each drawing will cease ent company, the Kickhaefer braces about 10,400 acres.
new building for the Church j'I Mormons stress education. slip. and obligation.address Sign and yourname dropit at 3:00: pjn each Friday. Aft : Corporation "was thinking of Lanier contended the company, ARTHUR GODFREY spoke before over 2,000 Tupper-

of Jesus Christ of Latter Day They maintain an extensive system into a box. You may be the I er 3:00: p.m. on each Friday a i,' leaving this area." paid $125 an acre and it should!. ware representatives Monday at their annual convention

Saints is under construction just 'j of schools staffed by full- one to get the shower of host merchant for the day''I LeFevre said the assessmentPublication be assessed at that 'price. at international headquarters north of KiMimmee. It was

north of the Florida Cattleman's time teachers to supplement the gifts, which will amount to 1, will be drawn from a box announced that Godfrey will feature Tupperware on his
Headquarters on Bermuda Ave. of their children at the Gazette newspaper of-I"|
education
public dollars in merchandiseand !
many fice. The host merchant will daily show starting; early next year.
in Kissimmee. The first phase of with moral and religious instruc- services. ,
a long range building program tion. It is said that in proportionto Winner will be announcedat then pull a customer name :' Wins
from his box and that customer -
including nine classrooms, kitchen Mormon
membership, more every one of the stores par-
office, rest rooms and baptismal children graduate from colleges ticipating. You must be in name from his box and

font is rapidly nearing I,I in America than in any other one of the gift stores when I i that customer name will then ; State AwardFlorida
be called out in the participating -
completion and is expected to .
major religious group. your name Is called. So makeit
4:30
be ready for occupancy in early II I A, great advocate of education, a point to be there at 4:30 i stores promptly at : :

October. the poet Ralph Waldo Emerson p.m. each Friday. ; p.m. t Printing Monthly, a cover design).
If of the
j in participating -
Located on a three acre tract, once described Mormanism as Remember, you do not haveto you are any business publication edited and Attending the two-day' session ,

the building occupies the center "the only religion of power and be in exactly the same store I I or make yourself stores yell be, scream known I, printed in Kissimmee, won a from Kissimmee were Bill Gep- y

i with paved parking spaces for vitality that has made its appearance where you dropped your reg- "i in because will I trophy for General Excellence in hart, Tom Smith, Mrs. Jane
some
48 cars. Future plans call for 1200 istration slip. Be in one way you Stanko. Jim Flanagan and
f. for the past years. any be the winner of all of the I Class A at the Magazine Insti-
t parking area for 300 cars, all Mormons are Christians but not of the stores appearing on the If don't tute competition conducted by Harry Hammond of The Florida
located. at the sides and rear of Protestants. They believe in the big shower of gifts page in merchants start gifts. you for the the Florida Magazine Associa- Cattleman, Kelly Lyons and
win registering
the church. The front will be Trinity of the Father, the Son, next week's Gazette.Aimouncement following week for the next tion in Clearwater Saturday. George Elkins of Intematioqal
landscaped out to the highway.The unlike of the win- I Brahman Review.
and the Holy Ghost. But drawing. Slips will be dumped John Weber, editor of the pub- x -
building is constructed of Protestants they "protest" no ner will be promptly at 4:30, I out after each drawing and anew lication, received the award Bob Cody and Doris of La
yellow Texas brick. The pitched historic trends in other Christian not later or sooner. I winner will be declared which was presented by Earl Hacienda, Jack Stoddard, Roy

roof will support a small alumi faiths, nor do they claim that Register at any store every i t'4 each week. So register with Mclntyre of the University of Alderman and Al Cody, of Cody
num finial at the northern end they represent an innovation in time you visit. Increase your the South Carolina in behalf of Florida Publications Inc.
of the building. Six foot wide religious history. chance of getting this fabu- j and every be store eligible.on program Newspaper News. In connection with the Maga-

hallways are amply; lighted by Instead, they believe their lous 'shower of merchandiseand ',' Those merchants taking Florida Printing Monthly also zine Institute, members of the

plate glass doors at entrance,? church is a restoration in the services. Register at the I I part are Sally's Fabric Shop, was, dubbed 'best edited maga Cody firm held their annual
on the east, south and west sides. "Latter days" of the original stores with the big red placards -!, Broadway Pharmacy Hodgins gine" in its class. sales meeting with Miss Pamelo

The building is completely air- Gospel of Jesus, which they say in their' stores. Remem- Home Appliance Store, Mode, Another publication producedin Tabberer, advertising agency executive -'I UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE EDW ARD J.

conditioned and centrally heated. had been corrupted for 15 cen- ber, if it can be purchased, I Day, Benton's Jewelry! Kissimmee, Brevard Monthly from Atlanta as the. GURNEY was welcomed to Tupperware's Jubilee by Gary
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An all-purpose room 24x49 will] turies. Mormonism then, be your friendly Kissimmee mer- ,,0 i Parks Furniture, Gehrett Appliances Report, received a general ex- principal speaker. Attending'' the, '. J. McDonald vice president. Representative Gurney in
serve as the chant has it waiting for sales in addition
chapel: 'until the comes a restoration of the pri you. Shore's Men's' cellence trophy. meeting to Kis-
Wear
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main chapel can be built. Two church, with apostles, prophets After each drawing, regis- Other first place awards won simmee-based employees were turn,gave the welcoming address to dealers, managers and
mitive Persons Inc. HerzbergsGpold's I
sets of folding partitions will be evangelists and teachers. tration slips will be dumpedout > Department, Store by Kissimmee entries include In- Murray Bothwell of Los Angeles, distributors gathered from all parts of the country east

used if occasion arises to divide .! Officers of the local LDS and '''a new registrationwill !Ingram's Style Shop, Partin, ternational Brahman Review (typographical Hooper Jones Chicago, Stuyvesant of the Rockies.

the room into two or three class Church include; Charles W. begin for the followingweek. i Jewelers,Williams Shoe Store excellence, and sec- Bayard of New York RafaelGarciaRubio ,

rooms. White on white is the Early, president; Earl C. Stills So visit the gifts galore i Osceola Hardware, Pat Allen's| ond, place best edited), Florida and Doug Smith, JubileersInvade
finish of the terrazzo floors First Counselor; Richard Benson, stores every chance you have : Firestone Store, Hunt Bros.! Cattleman (best news-style cover of Miami Bryant Taylor of Kis 2,000
throughout. It will be possible to Second Counselor and Bruce and deposit your name in the i and Ben Franklins. j j and second place general excellence simmee and Prof. W. K. Mc-

seat 100 persons in the main Blanford, Sunday School Superintendent T .i ), and Journal, Florida En- Person of the University of|
room and 40 in the baptismalarea. Stanley Parsons is gineering Society (best two-color Florida at Gainesville. Tupperware

Classrooms will ..holdtwfen be the building project clerk and to Mormons Offer Land I -I I .... ....
15 Over 2,000 Tupperware deal
and 20 persons each. to 300 could have
close I we never accomplished
has donated Awards .
date i City City CharterRevisions i i and distributors .
An office for the Bishopric will working onthe eds, managers, this tremendous under
his time to
occupy a corner of the south hours new of building. Parsons has 'For School Site I Ii Sealing Contract Studied I from the eastern half ol' taking said Gary J. McDon
at 1
have gathered
I wing and provide storage for operated a bulldozer, electricsaw the nation 'laid, executive vice-president

church records and a desk and hammer, shovel and trowel.In ,i- Martin Co. plant to Cape CanaveraL -j A contract for the mineral City commissioners took a step'I the company's Kissimmee ; of Tupperware. .
filing cabinets for the president his spare time he spends A 2,588 acre tract in East sealing of several streets in Kis closer to the possible revisionsof headquarters to collect ovei., Tupperware's 1,005 acre
of the church. Cost of the first Orange County has been offered I I$51,000 in prizes at their annual : site 17-92 north
scene 20 hours a week paying "Deseret Farms of Florida simmee .was awarded by city the city charter here, when Th along Hwy.
t r phase building is 65.1iaOO;The_ ffie"* 'billr"and"'""workins-\ the .6Y AeSeret: f.JJ aridaI. .; Iniw"''-Is thtt Paf.abo ut. :cotr d onere tu lJowar' future three phase ,building books. He also has to oversee for it'spat e-age University I I 000 acres of land lyinguTOrangeCounty i of St. Cloud. His price for the this revision about, af last, w ek.longconvention International at"TuF Headquarters .- I seenfr W '" awad 0I1Imf
complete with chapel, Sunday the labor of some of the mem- The offer was made by Henry I, Brevard County and Os- sealing was 18.5 cents per sq. ft. week's city commission meeting. perware ;A 1,000 seat capacity pavilion
School roams and recreation hall bers. i D. 'Mo/le, president of the giant.! ceola County," Moyle wrote In 1 In other action, the commission Commissioners were told there Blossom Trail on started'North Monday Orange/<'!, ,! has been converted into a pagoda .
will cost approximately 300000. : Lucien Reed the building superintendent farming-ranching organization of I his letter offering the site. asked for a statement of are three basic ways of introducing -i r towering over the
From the Mormon's sizable.I is from Utah. Be- the Church of Jesus Christ of "We feel that the offer of the I cost for street engineering services a new charter=two""of which j and runs through Thursday. [grounds and highway sign

treasury in Salt Lake City comesan I fore coming to Kissimmee he Latter-Day Saints, and announced -I proposed site of 2,588 acres is i from Engineer Bill Johnston, need voterapproval, and one I i i Featured on of Monday's the nation'program :- ,' are covered with pagoda-like

average of fifty percent of recently completed Seminary. by Adni. Ray E. Malpass, ex- the site best, situated to serve i I who gave the city a price of nine which would need only the sanc-: best-known was one personalities Ar coverings. Oversize lanterns
for ecutive director of the Central . ." tion of the state legislature.One i atop stream*red poles line
the expenses new Mormon building for the church at the I these three counties i per cent of the cost of work done. { thur Godfrey. An outstanding
chapels or churches around the' University of Florida. He has'Florida Development Committee, i The 1963 legislature appropriated -J Commissioners agreed to sit way would involve direct I Godfrey i entrance driveways. Inter

world. Mormons are building !,built churches in Michigan and who is co-ordinating site offers $1.5 million for a graduate I as a board of tax adjustment! approval of the voters in Kissim-i salesman Tupperware himself.representatives '!''spersed with Oriental archways .
300 new chapels a year or one Canada. He plans to build a for the school in Orange County. facility of the University of Florida the first Thursday in September.In mee, with no action by the legis-: gave on'sell- decorated with Chinese
: t The tract has frontage on the The''I lature. The second would be for, a few pointers ; characters.
The
every working day wardsor church in Tallahassee as soon College of Engineering. answer to a request from the
Also
techniques. on .
south side of Florida 520 the ing i
congregations hold no mortgage I as this one is completed. Reed deadline for offers of a site is I! the Osceola art and cultural center the city commission to proposea I Monday was Ruth i Tupperware people attendIng
ceremonies. in Cocoa Cutoff. Its southern borderis The Board of Controlis new charter, and for the legis- program the Jubilee pay all their
burning Every has a wife and three children Aug. 16. the commission gave the sum ; Editorof
chapel is fully paid for beforeit ,i Salt Lake City who* plan to join on the proposed right of way to announce its choice in'':I of ,$300 per year an amount lature to approve it; and the Pomeroy Redbook, Homemaking Magazines Dora own expense, plug tuition for
of "beeline" road from the ; !
a
is dedicated'and.. used. The 'him in Tallahassee in the fall. November. 1 I equal to taxes paid by the centerto combination, with the city com- thy Walters, owner of Hospitality the sales training seminar*
they attend. Some 25 hour of
St. Qoud-Kissinunee Branch of the art group. It will be mission proposing it, the legislature -
Hostess Service and co
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the LDS Church was organizedon I To i iI included in the city's budget as approving it and the voters author of "The Selling Pow !eluded classroom Instruction are in

April 15th 1960 and has a I Lojnbardy Jerry Phay I I part of the recreation programfor acting taken.after the other two steps ,. er of a Woman"; and H. T."Dutch" I Company In the executives four-day and event experts .
membership of 107. community.The were ,
During the first two years the Serve With Unit the purchase of 100 electrical Commissioners asked for and i i! sales Shulenberger counselor from, veteran Mi in sales counseling and

church met in St. Cloud in rent:I Reserve First Sergeant I Direct Guild Play ''i cutout switches from Hughes received, a sample of an updated;'! am!. courses.related field conduct the
Marine
ed quarters and is presently,1 Jr., of Kissim Supply Co. of Orlando was auth- charter for their study. Monday evening all 2.00C( Classroom instruction
Joseph Lombardy centers -
meeting in the Kissimmee Worn and did graduate orized. Cost of the units will be !
attend two who will ceola High School Tupperware representative
Oak Street mee, is scheduled to Attractive Jerry Phay I on consumer service
fens Club building on t
for training first Theatre work at the University of 1395. : were treated 'o the Broadway with emphasis human .
] weeks active duty i direct Blithe Spirit, the on relations
B. Brown, one of the! .
Hugh i I referred a request -
church in Sail with Marine Attack Squadron 144 Guild production of the cure: Florida in Gainesville. This summer I Commissioners Ralph E. Farmer hit "Flower Drum Song" starring Tupperware products
leaders of the : Chamber
'Station Friday she took a course in Library from the Kissimmee I Franceska Kae and Larry i .
the Marine Corps Air to be produced I are sold dirctto4hcon
I at rent season
Lake City said that if a single i 'I for action or Course
Yuma. Ariz., August 18-31. I and Saturday, October 11 and Administration and will be the of Commerce Completes : Leung from the original hit. ; er on the home party plan.
word could describe the Mormons -I (
and direct librarian at he Kissimmee. Ele- 1 a city marina to the planning : The complete show which was I
owner to
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The 41-year-old is the first woman
it would be industriousness t 112 being
Service in mentary School this year. I commission. performed at the company'sauditorium I ;
; i of Texaco Guild production several
t operator a a major Farmer
E. ,
who I
President David O. McKay fathers authorizedthe Army PFC Ralph Wednesday .
of Mrs. Phay has been holding : And the city will play i dealers
Station in Kissimmee is responsible Mrs. Phay is part, each year
will be 90 in September frequent. i, >i years. of four concrete 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeA. at the Orlando ,
during and Thursday
administrative records been active tryouts for Blithe Spirit I purchase !: Recognition of
ly arrives at his office in Sail for a family that bas very Duro-Stress Co. Farmer, Kissimmee, completed personal I Ii
Auditorium
bus- the past week. Asked if she was poles from the : Municipal i i achievement lies
Gator's. affairs. Her behind thr
; Ifor the "Flying in Guild
Lake City at 6.a.m. and remains she for $1,319. The poles a five-week basic maintenance -. Jubilees have been .,
accorded
audience her cast of Orlando The ;
1 to announce elaborate
VMA-144 the ready t gift-award
Yuma and tro-
church'smembership While at par- band, Ed Phay, won at The Aviation Cen- -
until the sun sets. The I t used for supporting course I national magazinE
there are be
ticipate in "Operation Unity II"an voted Benton Jewelry award for,said "Not quite yet, will in late : : phy presentation programs
Ala.
has doubled in the I ter, Fort Rucker, ,
of
the basis
exercise designed to cover his performance in Two Blind I.still one or two parts on whichI i i power lines.. recognition on staged during the Jubilee
last 16 years, shot up by 115,834 I all flight operations in order to,t Mice. Daughter Carolyne is stills. am not quite certain, including I July. such events as a "pirate" Gifts are awarded on the basis .

converts last year alone. Total ll'I, bring the unit to a peak of read-'. talked about for her superb par I at this writing the leading malerole. !! CD Course Slated During the course Farmer received . raid on Kissimmee during: of performance prior to
membership is now 1,965,786. iness. i trayal of 13 year old Anne Frank I So if you know of a tall, i instruction in the operation which 1.000 costumed sales, the Jubilee. while other pro-
labor i For Officials
Forty percent of the i I looking, handsome | of Army airfields and in the people spent $6,000 in silver I .
1st Sgt. Lombardy is a veteran in the Diary of Anne Frank. Just sophisticated I garms recognize )lone; term
costs on new construction maybe ,i of World War n, serving during:II(I two weeks ago she took part in,,!guy in the area with a yearning: Elected officials in Osceola i servicing and maintenance of., dollars in 30 minutes, and the, I achievements
donated by the members, I! the Okinawa campaign. I and helped direct Circus-Fun in!I to act, tell him to get in touch i|County have been invited to a fixed and rotary-wing aircraft painting by over 1.200 peopleof Outside of classroom work

Men, women and children after wort l'I He, his wife Martha, and chil, the Sun in 1901, put. on by the with me right away." There's;.special course of instruction for I He entered the Army in August a six-story high portraitof .,: ',an atmosphere of "fan and
at the site daily usually a ; former President D. Eisenhower
their various, chen Martha Joseph in, and I( Guild sponsored young people's your chance, men. Line forms on I[Civil Defense leaders Aug. 19. 1962 and received basic trainingat 'frolic" prevails during the
day spent at own : 1:Mary, reside on Route 1. Late II* workshop. i ij 'the right of the Pbay swimming I 1 Qty officials from Kissimmee Fort Jackson S. C. Jubilee Surprise entertainment .
work until after '
and often
1 attending the
jobs ; | Cecile, Kissimmee. He is the! :pooL ;and St Cloud, plus county lead- I[ of Many of those programs special gifts
dark. When construction on thE is graduate of;I Farmer is a 1358 graduate convention staying at mo ,
son of Mrs. Josephine Lombardy; j Mrs. Phay a I A meeting of the cast when;ers, have been asked to attend are and even impromptu skits put
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new building is completed, the Florida State University where will be held toward the in the Osceola High School and was tels In the Kissimmee area on by the
513 Academy St. Maplewood, completed the leadership course conventioneersthemselves
members plan to get to won; I'I'of i j. (she majored in English and Jour-I I end of this month and rehearsalswill ,county commissioners' room at I'I'I employed by Riedel Motors be- "Without the cooperation of add to this atmosphere -

building a Softball diamond ai t ;I I nalism. She taught English in ()s. start early in September..I the courthouse in Kissimmee. fore entering the Army. so many people in Kissimmee ,

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VACATION CHURCH SCHOOL-SIxty-five children the Summer Service Team of four young people from lax from their studies with a fast game; of dodge balL Gailis : simmee practice a hymn which the Primary QAM learned

from Mulberry. ((2)) The Junior das in rehearsal for i to sing for the closing program. ((4)) Grant Salman of
took part in the St John Daily Vacation Church School throughout the Diocese of South Florida as well as by '

which concluded last Friday. This u a 100% increase over : local staff member, under the supervision of Mr*. Duane .their skit about Shadrach, Meshach and Obednego. This 'I Largo talks with some children of the Primary flan

last year and U evidence of the fine work done by both J l Watt: of Lougtusua. ((1)) Gail Bryan' class of Junior re- was part of the program given on closing night. ((3)) Bill i about a craft
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3 The Klssimmee Gazette, Klsslmtnee, Fla., Thors, August 15, 1963' George Bronson Katherine Sa- - -- -- - - .
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BRAUNSCHWEIGER CHUNK
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I 'I' betto, Lisa Ann Gooden, Etta SAVE
Dearmin, Laura Lee Lucas, 39t' ,4T
I f Jane Moon, Titian Rountree, Bologna *
Alice Best wishes to
f t I each of Martin.you. COPELAND gL. Plcklt, CXlv Loaf Liver Ch.Bologna Sun nul n d
Shari Mason Fioriglio and chil t.REG. '

tAlltlllflll'l'I''I :dren spending of Baltimore.several weeks Maryland visiting are: 2 49; t. L L iiiiI'

her parents, the Tim Masons:
E'' [I and her aunt, Irene Fornes. 49* TARNOW' lUCID -
E'B BETTY EBY j Mr. and Mrs. Eb Jones are I SMOKED
I vacationing this week in the Picnic. "* 39
&w; Smoky Mountains. I' . ; ,
: Mr. and :Mrs. Lee Graves and BOSTON BUTTS PORK :
:| daughter of Atlanta, Georgia are I i

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mears I ens. They would like very muchto visiting Lee's parents, Mr. and Roast. 39
have returned from their vacation -I make contact with any Klssimmee Mrs. Mac Eldridge. \ . Fo
at Fontana | c. M. (Butch) Butcher has reI -. O STOWSWhiting
spent Village residents from the
Dr. and Mrs. Tom Blain and!Greater Kansas Qty area. *j turned after spending five weeks I DRESSED FISH HAM
,children have returned from': I touring the state of Missouri
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cole nave ,
1 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
1 with relatives there. He visited u
their vacation at Gatlinburg! IS
returned from Alequippa Pa. I I
PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 17thwIrwmms.ro.e.
Tennessee. I j where they spent several weeks. I Kansas City where he worked 33: .
i and also St. Louis and .. ..
Ruth Griffin left this week for! Joe Oliver Williams Jr. of San. years ago un-.e.s.i..r-i.
Cincinnati, Ohio where she will' ford is visiting his grandmother i Springfield which he had not
visit her sister. Mrs. Gertrude Williams. His sister I seen for 50 years. I'. W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER BEEF SHANK
i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knox and
Mrs. Joe Iannucci and daughter Cynthia has returned to her I' HALF
Jvonne of Toledo Ohio are home after spending last week ;; son Morgan of Little Rock, Ark.
visiting her parents, Mr. and i:with Gertrude.Mr. were guests this week of Mrs.i iI iI i Chuck Roast 49x;
Mrs. Dan Keene. i and Mrs. Roma Bronson I Kate Knox. IJ I '
Rev. and Mrs. Ira Williams! J Mrs. Earlene Robertson and I II
and sons are vacationing at their i .
ichildren W-D BRAND NATURALLY
j who have been spend- TENDER. 43H
and children of Albuquerque,|
summer cottage at Spring Lake.
with I :
New Mexico were guests this!Georgia. !ing the past several weeks )
; Mr. Robertson in British' Sirloin TMENT
week of his brother and family.| Mr. and Mrs. Malviit Samuel { Cayo week.i i j Steak u.981.
Honduras will return this .
the Rev. Bill Williams. 'and daughter have returned after ( I.
: Ugene Verdy, Tadas Kicielinsky}
1 Mrs. Elsie Grigsby returned! f
Sunday after spending five I spending their vacation at and Jorge Torres will visit them j: W-D IXTRA LEAN, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF
:their at Lake.
t; weeks at Ocean Qty, New Jersey -! On cottage the birthday Spring list this week ; for a short time before entering I :
and Philadelphia, Pa. where are Larry Kline, Polly Thacker, universities in the states. I j Ground Beef' 5 LB.PK 5199 WholeorButtHALfLB.49F
she visited her sister and broth"Deborah Ann Padgett, Martha Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Pear- I .
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er-in-law the man of Jacksonville spent a few I Ii
Henry Leidys. ,
Marshall Beulah Bums Delores
j i ii
i i days last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeh, form Moore, Mary Robinson. Shade
j j Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Pearman.
erly of Kansas City, Kansas ,Manning, Elsie Miller, James
; Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Palmer
have home 703'
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purchased a Anderson, John R a 0, Anna
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George Street in Orange Quirk Butch Whklden, liable'
qaroj j :simmee: after spending the summer !I
''Snyder' Fred Engle, Helen 'I'
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Jones, W. S. (Butch) Dunsmore, I
friends in Indiana before returnj -
{ PIZZA !I[Betty Padgett, Henry Yates, ]ing home. FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM
Shang Bronson, Sharon Spiers,
| Mickey and Lamar Teems are
,Betty Jane Dyer, Sherry Jean
completing their basic training
FREEZETTE Ed Grissom, De. j
Padgett Guy
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Sham, Bobby Makinson, Betty I A.
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[;cottages is visiting relatives in
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the of the funeral ;recuperating at the Orange
director'rest with anyone other i Memorial Hospital following sur- '
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: William J. Cism William L. Lang Bessie Bullack 710 Head --. -- ..

} Died At Bay Pines Died On WednesdayWilliam t Passed Away, SundayBessie I Ii SoldAtMarket In EnglandA2c Martin Glisson

; William John, Cism, 65, of Os- Lewis Lang. 90. of t a+R istr Receives Honor
:' ceola Trailer ,Park Kissimmee' Michigan Avenue Kissimmee, 85, of 504 Marine Lance Corporal Martin
passed away at Bay Pines Veterans -passed away in a St. Cloud nue, M. Glisson son of Mrs. DewayneA.
! Hospital Saturday evening nursing home Wednesday morn Sunday ,. Lamer of Route 2, KtMbnmee.
after several weeks illness.I I ing after a lengthy illness.A ness. At the Kissimmee Livestock recently received a Letter ol Commendation
I A native cf Glasgow, New Yonc, native of New York he had A native Market Wednesday 710 cattle 3x for his ouutan&ag performance -
he had been a resident of this. been a resident of this community was a i and calves were sold comparedto # of duty.
I community: for tne past 3 years. for the past 65 years. City for 20 i I II II 445 a week ago. He is serving as an administrative -
He was a retired concessionaireand He was a retired taxidermistand ing to Compared to last Wednesday clerk with Marine Au
was a member of the Roman' a veteran of the Spanish- I Beside I I slaughter steers and heifers poorly Base Squadron 12, Marine Aircraft
Catholic Church.A American War.Survivors i vors tested, cows steady to $1.00 Group 12, a unit of the First
veteran of World War One include four daughters Lee I lower bulls steady on few available f Marine Aircraft Wing, based at
he was a member of American Mrs. James M. Brown brother and calves steady to strong. Marine Corps Air Station, Iwa-
Legion Post Number 33, North Mrs. Charles F. Gibson and Mrs.S. Shelbyville Stocker classes too few either or kuni, Japan.Gussoh .
Bergen New Jersey. Jay Sauter, all Winter Park'' three both weeks for accurate comparison entered the Marines in
Survivors include his wife, and Mrs. Harry L. Bums Alexandria great except calves strong to August I960.Litterbugs.
Frances Cisnf. One brother, Frank Virginia. One son, William Funeral Hospital.'S $1.00 higher. Calves comprised
Gsm. Beacon. New York. One L. Lang. Jr., Delrio. Texas. I I at 10:30 ;:;. nearly 60 percent of the run with
sister Carrie Smith. Fort Lee,, Funeral services were held at : the 70% going to stockers. GARRY JONES, son Cause
New Jersey. 3 o'clock Friday from the Gris- ;; Rev. HOME W. O. Taylor's Commercial Re- Utility and few standard of Mr. and Mrs. J.
I I Harvey of StreetA
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som Chapel, with the Rev, M. ter of Closing
Recitation of the Rosary was and Electric Company has moved into its new slaughter steers $17.00.21.00.Utility Jones has from
I
graduated
Gris- Wendell Hainlin Vicar St Johns I I officiating
in the
at 8 pjn. Tuesday cows J14.50-17.25 cutter
Central Ave As be in the
I l 401 can seen photo
A. the United States Air Force
som Chapel. Funeral services Episcopal Church officiating. Rev. S12.5O-15.00. canner 10001300. street toading to AHfeator
were held at 8:30 a.m. Wednes 1 I Casketbearers and Presentation ment known as W. O. Taylor Electric Refrigeration Good calves J23.00-25.50. stand. technical training course Lake was dosed by county com
day at Holy Redeemer Catholic i of the Flag courtesy Makinson- Cemetery. Metal. (Photo by Hamrick) ,, ard J19.50-23.50. utility $17.00- for traffic controllers at missioners. Property owners,
Church, at which time a Requiem i Carson Post Number 10, American Home was --- -.--.----- 19.50. Keesler AFB, Miss., and Lloyd Hill Ernest Tyson and
Mass was said for the repose oj Legion. Interment was in rangements.BIRTH She has been a resident of I Common and medium 400-700 Howard Young, had petitioned it
his soul by the Rev. George Me- Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom I St. Clair Kissimmee for the past forty lb. feeder-stocker steers $15.00-' has been assigned to Eng be closed because those who
Cormack. Casketbearers were Funeral Home was in charge of I I years. 19.50. one good $22. 0, interior land. He spent 21 days at used it were Htterbugs.
courtesy of Holy Name Society. arrangements. :. Mr. and I Friday She Is survived by sisters, J13.00-17.00, dairy shells down to ,home before reporting to The commission also vacateda
Presentation of the Flag comes in Osceola Memory Gardens.I nounce the St Clair 75, of Mrs. Daisy Darrow, Kissimmee $10.00. his base in England. part of the Cowart's Subdivision -
Makinson-Carson Post Number 10,' Grissom Funeral Home was in.I Keith, i St Kissimmee. i ; Mrs. L. St. Clair, Chattanooga Interior and common 300-500 - along Alligator Lake for
t; American Legion. Interment Was I'charge of arrangements. Kissimmee I hospital Friday Tenn.; a brother lb. heifers 150017.00 one medium Charles Alcorn. He said he planned
I i Frank McCauslin Millers- $18.00.Few Robert W. Punsalan on resubdivkling it Some of
I burg, Ohio; three nieces, Nellie common and mediumcows Home From the cottages were on the old lot
yyja f ; Vaughn Millersburg J13.50-18.25. inferior J1LOO- GermanyArmy lines he explained.
Ohio; Edith Brown, Winter 13.00. -.- -_.
Haven Fla.; Mrs. O. T. Marshall Sgt. Robert W. Punsa
Good 250-500 Ib. calves 523.00-
Tenn. lan. son of Mrs. Nora B. Russell.
Chattanooga 26.00. medium $2O'( -24.00. common
221 Mabbette St. Kissimmee,
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held in
Prayer service was DON'T MISS
y .{ the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral lbs. 17002000.J24.00-28.00 Medium 100-150 150-250 Ibs.J30.0032.00. returned to Fort Riley, Kan.,
2 Sunday late in July with other membersof
Home p.m.
common 100-250 Ibs.J20.0025.00. .
the 28th 1st Battle
with Rev. A. L. Kirkland officiating Infantry's
Group after completing a six-
The body was forwarded to month tour of duty in Germany
Chattanooga, Tenn. for final during Exercise LONG THRUSTVI.
sALE
'rites .and interment. Riedel Winn-Dixie Shows .
;Funeral Home was in charge Sergeant Punsalan a squad
I of arrangements. Sales IncreaseAn leader in the battle group's Company -

I Increase of 7.97x1 in C at Fort..Riley entered
Winn- the Army in September 1961 and
Elks To Visit sales was recorded by : basic combat !
Dixie Stores during the 52- completed trainingat
%7, Fort Jackson, S. C. THEYEAR
week period ended July OF
District
N Lodge
1963. corresponding with a 52- The 19-year-old soldier attended
[ week period which ended July : St. Cloud (Fla.) High School.
; On Tuesday evening, August 28, 1962. It was announced today
.. t ',20th, Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. by Winn-Dixie Store Inc.
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1873 will not convene for its The Wlnn-Dixle 52-wee William D. MarvinIn
,j regular weekly meeting at 8:00: sales volume totaled $836,590.-
!i o'clock but all officers and 547 as compared with $774- ExerciseMarine
i members will travel to Clermont 854,495 this time last year, an
1 j to attend a special meeting of increase of $61,736,052.Sales Private First Class William -
I the CJermont Groveland Elks during the four-week D. Marvin Jr., son of Mr.
:! Lodge at 8:00 o'clock. period ended July 27, 1963, totaled and Mrs. William D. Marvin of
On that evening Vice President $63,506,841 comparedwith : 1&07 Orange Blvd., Kissimmee, a'
I Paul Smith of Kissimmee $58,238.991 for the four- member of Second Battalion of
,: will make his official visit to week period ended July 28, Second Regiment Second Marine'
Clermont to bring this year's 1962, an increase of $5,267,850, Division of Camp Lejuene N.C.
I program of the Florida State or 9,05 is participating in amphibious
1 Elks Association to those memo The company which operates training exercises in the Carib-
11 bers. Prior to the meeting a din- a number of supermarkets bean.Dubbed 0 ICI
ner will .be served* to all Elks I' in this area, now has a "PHIBULEX 3-63,"
J present at 7:00: o'clock. total of 608 retail stores and the exercises are conducted by a /
%:?y{ According to visitation chairman eight wholesale units throughout Atlantic Fleet units to provide
V i Lou Benkert ample trans- the South, compared with efficient amphibious capabilitiesand
portation will be provided for 561 retail stores and eight insure the readiness of the
and will be available for all local wholesale units In 1960. forces involved.
.J: i. on. Exalted
membejs-Jrpm5:30:! ; :
Ruler White wishes t)1l urge all I County commissioners vacated its interchange. The developers
j members take part in this visitation . a part of the plat of Central abandoned the plat so it can be
I to pay tribute to Kissim- Acres near Yeehaw Junction. reworked and they can get their
mee's own Vice President Paul The turnpike authority took a bond for doing road work and
[ Smith. big part of the subdivision for drainage released.
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Today savings and loan associations like First Federal Peace of mind comes from"financing a home with a Ford at the year's lowest

of Osceola County make more than a million home loan fitted to your personal needs. By doing business prices. Falcons, Fairlanes,

loans a year. . more than all other financial institutions with "the specialists" you enjoy low total costs, a mod ,Super-Torque Fordsprovedfor

combined. Last year 1,186,000 Americans were assisted erate down payment, monthly repayments that are sized 847-2009 MORNINGS .- OR durability around the

with home financing from associations such as this one. to fit your budget.. Our pay-ahead privileges let you 847-4456 EVENINGS FOR INFORMATION.MISS world. Get 'em white they'rehotat
Will you be numbered among a like throng who will own your home sooner.

start down the road to home ownership this year? your neighborhoodFord
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I If you will, remember that home financing is a "spec- remodel or repair your,f resent home? Whatever your ,

"fait Y of this house." home financing problem may be, you are invited to stop OFFICIAL
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Suhl, Ed Whaley, M. E. Schel- The punch table was centered
Engaged Miss Debault Tells
Jerry Rogers lenberg, Bill Williams, Joe Few. Married Thursday I I with a sparkling glass fountain I

Mmes. Ruth Griffin Riley lighted by hidden pink spotlights Wedding Plans

Miles, Eugene Spiers, Nancy I giving the illusion of a Polynesian|f I

Honored At CoffeeMary Barber, W. F. Hoffman Walter !Volcano. Mrs. Paul Morton. Tam-]I i Debauk,
Miss Darlene Dale
Van Bass, Robert Eby, Charles pa, kept the guest register. As-
I Misses Suzanne and Martha Johnston, George Muller, Fran- sisting in serving were Mrs. Louis daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar
whose t.
Ruth Rogers, marriage .
this
gti D. Debatih of Winter Haven,
and Fletcher, nieces of Mrs. Sim cis Rogers A. W. Bailey Ray Taylor Tampa and Mrs. Henry
to Jerry Rogers was for
week announced final plans
mons. Faulk Murray Overstreet Sr., Bass, Bradenton.
event of July 20th in Sanford,
WiUtem Macy
The guest of honor was presented Major King Roy Hansell. Rus- Later the couple left for a brief her marriage to
was honored with a coffee Sat son
Ballard of Mrs. Margaret
when Mrs. two luncheon plates in sell Thacker, Marcella Tindall. trip to Daytona Beach. They will ,
urday morning HenrySimmons
and Mrs. Adrian Bovis her chosen china by the hostess Also Misses Carol Johnstonand reside at 1503 E.' 121st Ave.,I.! Macy Ballard of Salem. Virginia

entertained at the Simmons es.A Linda Rogers.Members E r Tampa The ceremony will take place

home in Idora Park. bronze arrangement of glads I Friday August 23rd, at 8 p.m. at

Assisting the hostesses were and mums graced the party Attend Fish Catch Totals the Ceatral l Chrattaa:! Church at
table where Mrs. H. B. Allen L c i ; Ia Winter Haven with Delmar De-
and Mrs. Robert Smith
aunt of District Meeting ; S31l\lillion bank &e bride's fatter, and Dr
the bridegroom, served coffee
J. E. GalfereUy of Lake Wales
district
Mrs. Avis Griffen past
and punch.
a Fish from Florida's oceanic i
; Guests other than the honoree director of district 5 attended the fish-farm supplies much of officiating.

I included her mother and sister, Business and Professional Women's the nation's need for fine sea :I Miss Julie Adams of Lake Wales

Mrs. Frank Watts and Miss Amy I' Club district meeting held 5 a foods, the Florida State I I will be the organist. Soloist will
Watts of Sanford, the bride- ',Sunday at the Indian River Hotel I .
I Chamber of Commerce said I be Mrs. Grady Bfevfas of Orlan-
groom's mother and sister, Mrs. at Rockledge. The Coca dub !I 1!yesterday."No do. Matron of honor will be Mrs
I Albert and Miss Jan was hostess.
Rogers Rog-
ot Tkusviik
Dewayoe Starling
other southern state
Mrs. Della Rosenberg, second
ers and Mmes. Walter Murphy, I and bridesmaids will be Miss F.h/
Miss Karen Rooney (and others east
Louis Fuerstein. Ed Brinson state vice president, spoke on only two one i
abeth Ballard of Va.
,
"What Do You Know About: and one west) has a fish Salem. sister
($ Bob Bobroff, William Prather, B&PW: RooneyRogersEngagement a catch worth as much annually I of the groom eJect :Miss Betsy
Davis Bateman, Carl Glass, Lipscombe, Richmond, Virginiaand
I' as Florida's" according to
diner readwu ,.- Murray Overstreet Jr., Carroll I: Representatives were there Told .: Miss Cindy Debauk, sister ol
Smarten luneluo* or from Orange Seminole, Osceola .. the trade body's Weekly Busi-
in Centttl Florid Delight Starling. i I.and Brevard counties. Those attending -I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rooney announce -, ra : Wis. I ness Review. 'The fish that the bnde-etect.
. boor sweets Mmes. Kenneth Rogers, Murray -
family roar their
your of ;
. by bringing tem. ft ef truly r Rogers, Harold Hall, TherI -I from the Kissimmee the engagement .... I did not get away from FloeIda's Don Garrett of Salem will be
Karen Lee, to commercial fishermen
Club Avis Griffen, Lottie daughter Darrellj I
nniqnt dining rOOM. I I essa Clemons, Stanley Anthony, were best man. Ushers will be Lee De-
..... I and Lola Lawler Margaret Rogers. Mrs.Jam Earle Lupfer IIILupferMartindale last year had a total value of !
G.a Tuts Ez Jones, Dick Fletcher, Tom I I bauk. brother ol the bnde-elect,
will be event
The wedding an $31 million at the docks. Processing -
Goodell and Isobel Batholomew.
Charleton, Mar- I i i!Dick Hostler, Winter Haven and
I Kessler, Allen
I : Topics under discussion included -of June 1964. ] i icing, freezing and delivery '
!Tommy
Winter Haven.
ion Tindall, Charles Jackson, I Wig
: I of
'tZnluan'a'-:1--- I> the possibility of organizing Miss Rooney is a graduate ] added many more mil-
Dick Luzadder, Roy Prentis, J.I class of '63 of Osceola High i |lions before the seafood invited -
the
U.. Schmidt I an auxiliary for husbands of I i All friends of fee couple are
*... Z. Schmidt, Earl John i'members and the college being School. Mr. Rogers will teach in iI] j, reached consumers' tables. and a special invitation isi
1,. Gehrett, diford Chapman, RufusAND schools this!I! Vows Are Recited
the Orange County : i all Kissimmee
;!built on the Virgin Islands. The "In the weight of last year's i being extended
[i dub has taken on the project of year. : catch 186.7 million pounds. I I friends. A reception will be held
'!sending textbooks to this school. I Miss Glenna Ruth Martindale.I bridesmaid was Miss Linda Lup.' Florida ranked eleventh I in the church parlors immediately

i I Rebekah Officers '|daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert fer! sister of the bridegroom.I among the states. This Flori j j following the ceremooy.i .
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uth o DOlp G. Martindale. became the.bride They wore pale apple green satin,i Ida catch included 37 million
D Legion I Auxiliary t Club To MeetThe Thursday, August 8th, of James made with scooped neckline,I pounds of Menhaden and oth- i --
I in, of Mr. and sleeveless and a belled skirt. The :
To Meet Thursday Earle Lupfer son er in-edible fish brought Into
j i BROASTEDCHICKEN
I I Officers Club of the Kis-I Mrs. James Earle Lupfer, Jr. bolero jackets were re-embroider.I Fernandina Beach for process-
: The executive committee and simmee Rebekah Lodge No. 42 Tim's Memorial Presbyterian ed lace of same color. They carried 'ling i into oils and fertilizers.

: members of the American Leg- will meet Monday night August I Church in North Tampa was thei a cascade of Better Times;l> "Hillsborough, Monroe and I

:|' ion Auxiliary will meet Thursday 19th, at 8 p.m. in the Woman's i I scene of the 7:30 ceremony with roses. Miss Ruth Anne Martin-"' Lee counties were tops in the FREEZETfE

'I August 15th, at noon at the Club building on West Oak. i,the Rev. Kenneth Christy officiating dale served as her aunt's flower.; state's $18 million shrimp I
Legion Home. Past Noble Grand dub will t[ after a program of music by girl. She was attired in a pale H catch. 0LI DRIVEINi

: Members are to bring a sand-I meet Thursday, August 22nd, at [Mrs. Louis Taylor, organist end pink sheer dacron dress with an. i I
-'k, !,wich. Coffee will be furnished. 18 I pjn. at the home of Mrs. Dart i Mrs. Betty Bass, soloist. embroidered flounce bodice oi"I as ease

t othy Hodala, 210 Sproule. The nuptial scene was illumi- same shade. She carried a basketof II

-1l James H.Doran nated by standing candelabras on rose petals. r .
n. : IT Returns From Cruise I each side of the altar. Palms Max Martindale was best max;; WORK-SAVING{ STARCH

: 0FNDp I i Lawn Party Held .formed the background for arrangements and Paul Morton of Tampa, was",

; !! Marine Private First Class!! Saturday Night II I l of and white gladiolas.Fuji Chrysanthemums Mullis groomsman., Terry Ushers Woodward were of Doug Tampa 'I: GIVES YOUR IRON

I James H. Doran, son of Harry
Jesse Sims, Brooksville andl
in her father
Given
marriage by i1
.GET WELL cARPS C. Doran of Kissimmee, six-recently -f Danny and Vicki Hamrick en-.I the bride was attired in a R. James Welz, Hollywood,, Fla i I

I returned from training a tertained at a lawn party-buffet I floor length heirloom gown of Robert G. Martindale II, nephew 6UW6 POWER
week midshipmen at the of the bride, served as ring bear
aircraft I supper Saturday night I candlelight satin. The dress was
attack
I cruise aboard the ___ _
home of their parents, Mr. end Queen Anne style with full length -
A sure prescription for the ailing friend Is !! carrier USS Shangri-La Mrs. Charles: Hamrick 2526 I cathedral train accented by alen-I er.Mrs.. Martindale wore pale pin Special Ingredient Indri. ends 'sticky ironing*-
] in the North Atlantic off Newfoundland prevents ".AOwing-.ekes garmtnts scorch-m.stant.
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friendship and cheer sent In gay, clever traditionalor I, and down the St. Highland Ave. con lace at the bodice: and. yoke.embroidered linen with matching

Contemporary designs. Choose from our complete Lawrence Seaway to Quebec, Prizes were awarded toI I The wrist length veil of reem- accessories. Her corsage was o f:[ Starch new life, new brightness I
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I Jeanne Cazier and Marilyn broidered Spanish lace fell from white roses. Mrs. Lupfer was at
selection Hallmark and Well Cards. E a
of Friendship Get > Canada. t
tired in linen with laa>>
I Designed to prepared mid- Wynn for the best limbo and!ta white satin bandeau headpiece. rose into clothes withHOOD
'! Curtis Sines for bolero jacket, wit:! beige acces
shipmen for their future roles Gary Derek and I She carried a white bible over- Starch
I, the three legged race. laid with a white orchid surrounded sories. Her corsage was of whit e
as Navy Officers, the cruise a+o.w.w nu
!1 provides practical training Other guests included Susan 1! by white, roses with satin roses. E-Z

| and experience in shipboard McKnight, Sharon Derek Susan!!streamers tied in love knots. Her The parents of the bride entertained
BROS.
HUNT Billy i immediately after the ceremony -
i operations at sea. Simenox, Nancy Walker, only jewelry was a drop pearl
I| The Shangri-La Is an Atlantic Walker, Cathy Wagoner, Martha J pendant, a gift of the groom. at a reception in the Ak h:t STARCH
"THE OPEN FRONT STORE" Fleet unit operating out of.I{ Wynn Mike Wynn, Mike Hand- Mrs. Marianne Maitindale Room at the Hawaiian Village I

,,1; Mayport. 1 i I tin, and Mike Watford. served as her matron of honor,, The four tiered wedding cake was;
i I plied in a bed of fern and roses
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near the fuel been many and i
be handy for the I time, the
To Reissue i I
City tribution networks the local

such an gram, appointed

Revenue Bonds was Commissioner named as a I farm mittees .

group at the and
. ing to give the | price and
The city commission. here authorized and which would reissue them board actual ommended -
i the signing of a contract along with another $1 million site selection work.Kissimmee involving the
I which would call in some $3,- worth. l terials
300,000 worth of municipal reve- The extra $i will be used tation
nue certificates now outstanding, commissioners decided to financethe farmers obtain
, "next increment of genera- Leave For \ i ilities as well I

; tion" or additional portant tasks.In .
power generating Delegates from
PRINCESS units for the city's electric Congregation of peacetime
plant-and construction of a new istered the
GARDNER nesses are leaving
municipal building. attend a three-Jay: tion Program
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Tuesday night's move was marketing
sembly being held
Ii : made on the advice of fiscal cia Municipal : ports -
; i'. _, agents Sullivan, Nelson and Goss. is a summer I the Sugar Act
The certificates which will be program the
A ; vah's Witnesses ,
recalled were issued in 1946, No. 8. ,\ program and
1952, 1938) and 1961. All were Over 1,000 i gram.
issued on revenue to be derived congregations are I The -
from profits from KiSsimmee's system
attend the
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electric and water sales.In iI I farmer with a I
other action, the commission say in how
7fA4ia1t 7 1t44e adopted a resolution which paves Mike I II Ir are run I

I ho way for a working together In I mechanism for ,
REGISTRAR BILLFOLD Junior
with the city of St. Cloud toward I on policies I
Gahna lustre Cowhide . the grassroots. I i
the of
cooperative production
Mike Hankins 14
gleam studded. Glowing colors. electric power. of Mr. and Mrs. I j II I'i ASCS programs i'
be the farmers' : i<
sroofj Talks have been under way for broke the state I '
plus taxI some time to find a solution to meter butterfly last I on experienced >
the financial difficulties faced by Florida State AAU and reflecting
the St. needs of i iI
municipally operated
pies.
Cloud electric plant and city of- I He also won in I I I I I i The farmer's i>
rnrw- ficials have been working together I the man of his I
at the Leesburg .
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to arrange for power gen. I and, placing 1st in to making the :
eration and transmission facilities fly, 3rd in the 100 1;r I The ASC
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MotcKing Cigarette lighter Cigorette in Kissimmeeee large enoughto 4th in the 200 Osceola County ;
Cose Ere Gloss Case. Key take care of both cities.A this year in '
Cord. From $2.95HUNT : new steam generation plant REaIVED"I I ballots should ;
;I tt be located in Kissimmee: hasbeen New Flags gust 30th. 1963 : : .
proposed and accepted by I Veteran counted. Ballots |
BROS."THE city fathers. No concrete action all eligible !
; has been taken yet on actual ;j i A smaller-sized 20th, 1963.
construction but a site selection i i| more suitable for i, i I on the election '
OPEN committee has been formed to''j being prepared by I i (I tamed from :i, 1
; FRONT Administration for ''located at the '
STORE"j I pick a location for the plant,
I I, an's burials, W. near I .
j i ing
County Service ]i All farmers
day.The i ing or eligible :\ !
change was !
1 i .1 1 1. 11V order of John S. :i ASCS f: : : j I
vote in the I
Administrator of
t: fairs since the !I Ii I
issued i i to drape a i We wish so
3i i[[ large for any n't wash their
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II the family of the I nics except
eraIL i: ately needed.

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H Hs I I drape the casket Tue1J. 8-6 __ I
x. [tal service. I i, Wed. 8.7 '
ip These flags ; I Thurs. 8-8
'by I 9% feet in ,i FrI. .8-9 I'
tor Gleason has :: : |! Sat. 8.10
that the flag :: :, I! Sun. 8-U
more to the (; ; Mon. 8-12
ceased were they i;
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4% feet by 7 feet.ARCADE I I )II
IN THE
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L I COUNTY No.
NOTICE OF 9:45'E
MATINEE SAT..SUN, MAKE
IN FLORIDA EVENING ( : FINAL
IN RE: THE
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: BEEIUS A NATURAL FRI,.-,SAT., I IN
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As natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from with I i ;; THAT NOTICE Carl A.IS
which it is brewed beer is Florida's traditional beverage of AUDIt : I i final report as I
the Estate of
moderation. light, sparkling delicious. i I plusINFORMATION I I [ ceased; that he
i I for final
e And naturally, Florida's Brewing Industry is proud to be a t I will apply to
of Florida l I was developed in response to si t Johnson.
eI major purchaser products and raw materials. For
the various farm-action
i i particular need which farmers inI programs. County. Florida
: example, the Brewing Industry !is responsible for millions of SUN.-MON. AUG. 18, 19 dividually could not solve. Eact:I The county committees report September.
same and for
dollars paid annually to Florida farmers for to be .
pulpwood
iROSSHlOTR4RW flN rime : calls for cooperative action b,), to a State committee composed Administrator
made into cardboard boxes and cartons. Millions more are .of from 3 to 5 farmer members Marlon H.
DORIS many individuals toward a common I This 12th day
spent for other Florida materials and services. In Florida, appointed by the Secretary of Ag- CARL A.
beer belongs. .enjoy it. I. DRV S I Since purpose.the effectiveness of these,; riculture to see that the various I Marlon H.

I 1! "joint action" programs depend;j.; programs are administered prop-I Brinson and
JAMES _; erly and effectively within the: Attorneys at
close between farmers
contact
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@ UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. upon .jarea. KUslmmee
GARNER.ARLEK . and government it was necessary I August 15.
FLORIDA DIVISION .w.cofoR I' to have an administrativesystem ,' Through the' years the duties
... FRANK AOawaKd.as.**! 1'of the farmer-committees have I NOTICE
di
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Board of
'Osceola County.
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i August 26
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-1 FLORIDA.In THACKER deceased.AND THACKERBox ITOYQ URJ0DA1'OUI I

ARTICLES I FOR RENTPILE .1 RE ESTATE OF PROBATE.TO 527. Kissimmee. Fla Call., ,
REALTORAMAIn I FAY MORSE-IN Attorneys for Administrator -
FOR SALE :ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN August 8. 15 22, 1963. USED Parks Furniture Co.

IS SOFT and lofty . Notice Is hereby given that P. FURNITURE
I colors retain brilliance in car I Kenneth Morse has filed his final NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR S. For Pr.atpf.....! TMIT
1 | report as Ancillary Executor of the w.il-Thurmond
TAX DEED
BARGAIN BARN I pets cleaned with Blue Lustre. Lovely . Estate of Fay Morse deceased: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN It RffRIOBATOtF
1013 W...
Combo le; Zipper s.; T* tk I Rent electric shampooer. 100. that he has filed petition for final THAT Grady Cromartle. the holderof Chwoch ORLANDO .7-4171
Brushes 7e; Ear B.b. See 8he ORANGE GARDENSCB discharge. and that he will applyto the following certificates has
87e; Soeki lie Plllowi The Parks Furniture Company.FOR the Honorable O. P. Johnson. filed said certificates for a tax
Shirt 11; Paato 11; Dresses II County Judge of Osceola County. deed to be issued thereon. The Flowers For AH Occasions
$1.50; Bags SSe; Vjlim SIe; RENT-Two houses, 2 bed- RMZS Florida on the 3rd day of Sept. certificate numbers and years of
Haakle fte: Paatle lie; Belt 1963. for approval of same and for Issuance the description of the Christian Science
lie; Caps 15c; Spread $%.10;. rooms each, screened porches i I final discharge as Ancillary Ex- property and the names In which ELLIE HUGH'S
Hair Nets 4e; T-Shlrtt Stei nice shade. Reasonable rates. 2-BEDROOM HOME i ecutor of the Estate of Fay Morse. it was assessed are as follows: Society
Nearly Everybody Trades at Tile mnes of ; deceased. Certificate No. 28. FLORIST Is,. 1e4. :Mte .C FAd
south
Barraia Barm. One t. Sibert No pets. l%- WITH FULL TILE BATH. This 29th day of July 1963. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. :\1..." H >>.-.
Mill. Wa.II.1Iw la Dareap.rt.Lmmedlately. I Post Office. Phone 847-3527 or1! I 151 P. KENNETH MORSE. Description of Property: James 300 X. Itaad.l liSw4
F.lI.w the signs I 8473626. Ancillary Executor of Lee Addn Blk A N 19' of Lots 2. 25 IIOA WIT 1474511 .y SwvkM . 11GREEN'S .>..

BARGAIN BARN. I i j i the Estate of 3 &' 4. Section 21. Township 25 idol . . . Rio ....
Opra Week Day And '$..day,:,. i FAY MORSE deceased. South. Range 29 East hadey
FOR RENT: One and two bedroom -' | Brinson & McWhirter Name In which assessed Un

i trailers, by week or : Attorneys at Law known. LEARN BARBERING I -
WALL-TO- Florida
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AND Kissimmee.
BEAUTIFUL: DRAPES Certificate No. 70.
BOAT FOR SALE-16' fibre- ;' month. Rainbow Mobile Homes \ Ang. 8. 15. 22. 29. 1963 Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. lassie Year future la awellpaylag FUEL

glass; offshore type, wide,;: and Trailer Park, Michigan'Ave. WALL CARPETING INCLUDED. Description of Property: Marydla Nlgat' profeuieDay Classes
deep safe. Side curtains, back' I NOTICE OF APPLICATION Blk 62 Lots 5 & 6. Section 3. Town- VJi.
i % mile off Vine Street. i* OWNER LEAVING TOWN. ship 25 South. Range 29 East. Approved
i i FOR TAX DEED Sales and Service
convertible and Orlando Barber College
New ,
drop. top Past Bowling alley. i' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Name In which assessed: Ruby
new battery. 35 HP electric I I THAT Henry O. Partin & Sons. Dolphus. U" S. Oraice Blossom Tr. ,

starting Evinrude and trailer. I APARTMENTS FOR RENT J9, '., Inc.. the holders have filed of the said followingcertificates certlfi- Certificate Year of Issuance No. 71.May 29. 1961. GA 661'71SAND rKOM WMUJ I4M171KtSSIMMH

847-4361 after 5 p.m. or Sat $li, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul ,! cates for a tax deed to be Issued Description Of Property Marydla
F thereon. The certificate Blk 68 Lots 6 thru 11 & 14. Section
urday. :I Davis 114 Emmett Street. ; and years of Issuance, the numbers description Townihli. .:::. south. Range 2- ROCK( For Cat Delivery: Phone

of the property. and the East.Name MORTAR MIX
; 14,750 namesIn Harold Wigol M7-2O58
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer In which assessed: Hoy'Andenon.
which It was assessed are as
STEEL R. A. rletchw M7-4339
I & WIRE MESH
I apartments with lake and shut- follows
BEDROOM SUITE Certificate No. 124. Certificate No. 14. Kenneth lIedaoe!
I fleboard. By week month or Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. 892-7695 (Si. Oovd]
DOUBLE DRESSER Motel St. CVxid Description of Property: Tollga Description! of Property: Magnolia ,
year. Capitol Park Blk 50 Lots 35 & 36. Section For Gas Service: Phone
Manor A Blk 60
Unit Lot 12 Section
FULL WIDTH MIRROR Hwy.44l. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS 5. Township 26 South. Range East.21. Township 25 South. Range 29 I 7Li8Sfl Q J. .. RountrM 847-4062

LARGE CHESTBOOKCASE FOR RENT-3 BR house, 404 : 30 Name East In which assessed: F. B. mond Name E. In which assessed Ray ;: 0 Emory Bronton Robert ARn 847-4570
Hearn. et ux.
BED I Clyde Avenue. No pets. Reas- INC. : Thoman. Certificate No. 111. lea Girourd 847-2061 1
Certificate No. 131.
onable. Apply 319 or 216 Clyde} j Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. I II R. H. Hail 8921212. St. Cloud

DOUBLE SIZE Avenue. 2 Broadway Kissimmee .i Description of Property: S. L. & I Description of Property: Orange' or caR H. T. Simmons,Mgr.
I L I I. C. Lot 29. Section 14. Township Blossom Addn Blk G Beg at SW 847-4819
. 847-3156 847-3157 27 South. Range 30 East I rJv9l 27E of Blk E. run W 200'. KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
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Walnut Finish with t
S 200',
FOR RENT-Furnished apart-. Name In which assessed Mar. N E 200to SW cor lot 22E. Robert O'8.rry 847-3219

Plastic Tops I ment, reasonable rent. Call I Jorle Sammons.All 200to 25 South.pob Range Section 29 32.East.Township L.1 R. W. Lontor 847-3442

Regular M 159.95.REPOSSESSED. !I 847-3013 after 5 p.m. or contact I'! ..i FOR SALE: Three bedroom- County of of said Osceola.property State being of In norI the- known.Name In which assessed Un- Phone: 847-3524 John Evans, St. Cloud 892-3482

Mrs. Jane Stanko 203 South } house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x3fo. I, ida.Unless such certificate or certificates All of said property being In' the

SAME Clyde. Avenue. j WANTED ; Air conditioned. Priced to ; shall be redeemed according County Unless of such Osceola.certificate State of Florida certlfl-l'
I or
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FoR j sell. Contact Betty Eby, 847 to law the property described in cates shall be redeemed according! Radio SAUS- S1IVICI
AS NEW. NOW 90. RENT-Furnished apart- such certificate or certificates will to law the | and
described
REAL, ESTAT BROKER sales 8474266. be sold to the highest bidder at property In :
ment, reasonable rent. Call 847- i or 2881 or ; House such certificate or certificates. will! : ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
the Court Door the first
I on
3013 after 5 p. m. or contact i, person ..- licensed only top i( FOR SALE Building lots in Monday In the month of Septem- f be. sold*. *!to'....the.> 7>highest.-... on th bidder* first\ at Mn the COMMIT HOMf FUtMBMNfiS
Good I local of. I which is the 2nd of V
Mattressand Mrs. Jane Stanko, 203 South flight position with a ber. 1963. day day In the month of September., T

Boxs ring I Clyde Avenue. fice worth $10,000 to $15,000 !' Johnson Park replat with all ;i September.Dated this 1963.1st day of August. 1963. which Is the 2nd day of Serf i ARKS FuRq"tuRaca.

Also Available. I ; first year. Call Orlando collect improvements. FHA approved. 1963. tember.Dated 1963.this I .
1st day of August
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51.500 each. 1.15 lots. See I (CIRCUIT COURT SEALS )
FOR RENT Two 1963.
: room apart-j, GA 2-1671. i I
I apartment. Airconditionedj I II Charles B. Gonyo, 1405 Emmett I i. / / GLEN Clerk of RAY Circuit Court (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) I
/GLENN RAY I
In-I Street Phone 847-3949. Osceola County.
Morefield Building opposite I NEED QUALIFIED WOMEN :I Florida. Clerk of Circuit Court I

I I postoffice. Also furnished! terested in good earnings 'I Aug. 1. 8. 15. 22. 1963 Osceola County. Florida!I NORRIS CLEANERSNORRIS
KISSIMMEEFURNITURE : Aug. 1, 8, 15, 22. 1963
II house and garage apartment. j once. Increased Christmas business LEGAL NOTICES" '
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
606 Emmett. means more openings In TAX DEED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT CIRCUIT OF CLEANERS Will CLOSE FOR VACATION
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE NINTH JUDICIAL
; : GIVEN
Kissimmee. Write Avon Man- HEREBY
I FOR RENT-14 W. Darlington TAX DEED 1 I TfIZP1fen O. Partln & Sons OF AND FOR OSCEOLA AUGUST 3rd TO SEPTEMBER 2nd.KISSiMMEE'S .
,
STORE I ager, P. O. Box 2427, Vero I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: Inc.. the holders of the following COUNTY. FLORIDA.
formerly occupied by the THAT Leroy Bass. the holder ol CHANCERY NO. 6501
I I Beach, Florida.SECREARY I certificates have filed said certificates SAVINGS
the following certificates has filed AMERICAN FEDERAL
Tackle C. G. for a tax deed to be issued
Shack. Hinckley,
said certificates for a tax deed to AND IRAN ASSOCIATION OF
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- I 217 Mabbette, Kissimmee. I FOR GENERAL of- b! Issued thereon. The certificate J thereon. The of Issuance certificate, the numberstnd description ORLANDO and FIRST FEDERAL] FINEST

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. I II fice work. Shorthand desirablebut numbers and years of issuance the! of years the property and the names SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIA-4' 847-4941 !
I description of the property and TION OF ROCHESTER 103 East Dakin Telephone :
RENT Suburban 2 BR in which it assessed follows
i FOR : was are as
OSCEOLA OIL GO. 1110 I not required. Apply in per the names In which it was assessedare Plaintiffs.

NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. I house, unfurnished except for t son. Ritter Plastics, 1400 N. I Certificate as follows 191.: :i Certificate: No. 124. vs.CHARLES GUY LAMB et ux
kitchen $35 month. Year of Issuance May 29, 1961.
range. per Main Street Kissimmee. :
Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. and et
SEWING MACHINE Zig-Zag. !! Phone 847-2067. Description of Property: High I' Description of Property: ToligaManor al.Defendants..
Unit A Blk 60 Lot 12. Section -
Prairie Sec B BUt 27 Lots 5 & 6, 'I NOTICE OF
makes buttonholes SALEGIVE
Monograms, I 5. Township 26 South. Range
Section 21. Township 31 South. IS
designs. Assume 5 \ I 33 East. I Name NOTICthe 26th REof Au t. !
many pay- FOUND-One fly-rod end rtwi I REAL ESTATE Range In which assessed: F. B. at ROTHROCK
ments of 7.03. No credit needed I Name in which assessed: H. B. 1963. at 12:00 noon the main
Thoman.
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outfit. Come in and Os
identify Phillips. door of the Court House of
i' II I Certificate No. 131. :
Write Budget Certificate No. 198. at Klcslmmee Florida i
Manager.
ceola County
for this ad if its 1961.
I pay yours. I 1 I Year of Issuance May 29.
"" I Year of Issuance May 29, 1961. the undersigned Clerk will
Box 931-A carerGazette, of S. L. &
Description
Property: '
Makinson Hardware. Description of Property: EastHighland I sale to the highest and ,
offer for
Jo J ORANGE GARDENS / Park Blk 7 Lots 1 to 4 ,II.27 C.South.Lot Range 29. Section 30 East.14. Township best bidder for cash the following SEPTIC TANK CO
J Inc. Section 35. Township 31 South. described real property:
Name In which assessed
Range 33 East. : Marjorie KISSIMMEE HIGHLANDS
HOME 1716 Catherine Sammons Lot 24.
0 Name in which assessed: Hallle I. REPLAT. according to
Street excellent ;Harrington.; All of said property being In the thereof recorded In
neighborhood the Plat as
County of Osceola. State of Florida."
Certificate No. 199. 360. Public Culvert Tile for
Plat Book 1. page Driveways
2 BR dining I' May 29. 1961. Unless such certificate or certificates
separate Year of Issuance Records of Osceola County. Flo-
Description of Property Magic shall be redeemed accordingto rida. Septic Tanks-a size for need. 1}
room, full tile bath Heights Blk 5 Lots 27 & 28. Section law the property described in together with all structures. Improvements every

completely furnished 2 I 35.East Township 31 South. Range 33 I such be sold certificate to the or highest certificates bidder will at fixtures said appliances.land or Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
and appurtenances on ,
the Court House Door the first
on
Name in which assessed: Levie A. therewith.
patios, one completely Wilson. Monday in the month of Septem used In conjunction made pursuant to

screened. Large lot, beau- I[ Certificate No. 200. her 1963. which is the 2nd day of final This decree sale of Is foreclosure enteredin
II Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. September. 1963. Chancery action No. 6501 now 15 Years Experience
tifully landscaped. Mustsee Dated this 1st day of August.
Description of Property: Mantell pending In the Circuit Court of
to appreciate. Call 847- : Manor Unit 1 Blk 14 Lots 1 to -8 1963.(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) and for Osceola County. Florida. K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
Inc. Section 35 Township 31 South. DATED this 7th day of August.
v j 2644 Range 33 East. /GLENN RAY
or come to above ad- 1963-
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Name in which assessed: CynthiaE.
dress. $13,950 or make Johnson. Osceola County. Florida (CircuitGLENN RAY
0 [COOK WITH GAS Certificate No. 207.: I Aug. 1, 8. 15. 22. 1963 Clerk of the Circuit Court
offer. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. By /Marjorie R. Haye Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
Description of Property: ioKosseePark IN TIlE COURT OF THE COUNTY Deputy Clerk
Unit A Blk 10 Lots 41 to 48. JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY ANDERSON. RUSH DEAN.
iii BECAUSE AMERICA'S FINEST Section 34. Townshjp/ 31 South. FLORIDA. LOWNDES & van den BERG
Range 34 East. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN Attorneys for Plaintiff
RANGES ARE GAS RANGES Name in which assessed: Z. R. RE ESTATE OF ) 322 East Central Avenue PHONE: 8473524STEEL
Flexible and efficient meeting 1 v i Katz. et al.Certificate. NEWTON HARRELL ) Orlando. '
+ I Florida.August 1'
No. 208. STRICKLAND ) 15. 1963
mOdem cooking need Fast
every Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. Deceased. )
clean economical cooking. Manual Description of Property: Lokossee To all Creditors. Legatees DIs-
controls or fully automatic. Park Unit A Blk 18 Lots 2 & 3. tributees. and all Persons having IN THE. COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
You can expect outstanding per. :R Section 34. Township 31 South. Claims or Demands against said OSCEOLA FLORIDA.NO. COUNTY. SALESANY I

formance with a distinctive Range 34 East. Estate: .
Name in which assessed Z. R. You and each of you are requiredto
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Katz. et al. present any claims which you.
AMELIA S. KECK. DIMENSION
I All of said property being in the I or either or y"o. may have against I Deceased. TO ANY AMOUNT
g r'tr' 'County of Osceola. State of Florida. : the estate of NEWTON HARRELL I NOTICE OF
Unless such certificate or certificates STRICKLAND. deceased., late of MAKE APPLICATION FOR
GREEN'S & shall be redeemed accordingto Osceola County. Florida to the FINAL DISCHARGE Competitively Priced
FUEL r law the property described in County Judge of said County at TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .
I such certificate certificates will Court House :
1f' or hit office in the at I
'; % be sold to the highest bidder at the Kissimmee. Florida within six calendar NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
.
tHE 'J1 Court House Door on the first Monday months from the date of the{1 that Murray W. Overstreet. Jr..it '
A$ . In the month of September. first publication of this Notice. has filed his final return as Exec-, HOBSf TRA1UXS AND UTILITY TOAIUXS
. J"t .,' . \ I 1263 which is the 2nd day of Sep Koch rlalm .>r demand must be In I I i utor of the estate of Amelia S.!,
,., : tember. 1963. writing and must state the placeof Keck deceased; that he has filedI BUILT AND REPAIRED I
: .
and
,. .'" . ...... ._., Dated this 1st day of August. 1963 residence of the claimant and I t petition for final discharge
PARKS FURNITURE "'' CIRCUIT COURT SEAL the claimanthis that he will apply to the Honor- ...rrr ... &I .
CO. > .' ., .... ; 1 ( /GLENN RAY ) must be sworn attorney to by or the same l able O P. Johnson. County Judge c_ W. a., wert c.w.r..r.Old
agent or
.. .' .:\ I I t of Osceola County. Florida on the
1 I Clerk of Circuit Court will become void according to law.
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances" (,' "> .. '-.;,, a ."," ", '... ' Osceola County, Florida.NOTICK This lh- 26th day of July. 1963. '116th approval day of of September.same and for 1963.final for 0rI... Hwy. ....Uv..t* k ftUricet.

.. M" .. /*/ Henry S. Strickland : Estate R/ 1 Box 2S.. .
" . ..' ." i of the Estate of discharge: as Executor of the A KUilmm*
TO Executor
KISSIMMEE DEFEND
ST. CLOUD <> ,. c... ..., . ::!,..... IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFI NEWTON HARRELL of Amelia S. Keck deceased.
847-4171 892-2011 .''; :., .. .. ;, t I THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI1 e STRICKLAND. deceased. This 12th day of August. 1963
,... . :. h...;:.. I IN AND FOR COUNTY AND THACKER s' MURRAY W. OVERSTREET Jr
.i : OF OS THACKER
.
.. '. ; ,,.....,... !:.... ...! : CEOLA. STATE OF FLORDA. If I i Box 527. Kissimmee. Fla. Murray' of W the Overstreet.Estate of.Jr. Executor LOU YOUNG, WELDING

E. ; : :!:, . CHANCERY. : Attorneys for Executor. Amelia S. Keck deceased.

trf.':-- '. r :.."i!:.: :: KENNETH. MYERS Plaintiff. )) Aug. 1, 8. 15 22. 1963 August 15. 22. 29. Sept. 5, 1963 PHONE 847-3898

/ i V ) NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS! i
DON'T PUTTER AROUND For Any Of JUNA DAWN JtOY MYERS. ) NAME LAW. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
WHOM IT I .
i. Defendant. ) TO ALL COURT IN AND FOR - -
NOTICE TO DEFEND( MAY CONCERN: OSCEOLA COUNTY.
WHEN IT COMES TO 1! The State of Florida to JUN NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN STATE OF FLORIDA
I These ServicesNew DAWN ROY MYERS. 917 Nort that pursuant 'Fictitious I IIN RE: ESTATE OF OSCEOLA TIRES
LIABILITY Gaylord. Ludington. Michigan.I Yoi. Name Statute.'' Section 865.09 of WILLIAM ADAM MARTIN.
INSURANCE
i are hereby notified that a suit ii I' the l e Houses I equity for has been brought :. dersigned. whoa the only par i, NOTICK TO CREDITORS SERVICECustom
dhoti
against KENNETH wI lies Interested in the hereinafter I TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGA-
- i I MYERS In the Circuit Court of thi. named business enterprise will lets!' I TEES. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL ( )
S CommercialStructures Ninth Judicial Circuit in and fui sent proof et publication of PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR Recapping
County of Osceola. State of Florida. Notice and register with, the Clerk DEMANDS>> AGAINST SAID ESTATE W
; and you are hereby summoned or : of the Circuit Court of Osceola .
I dered and required to file you Countv Florida the fictitious name YOU ANT EACH OF YOU are 223 S. BERMUDA
I written answer or defense to th< .:Credit Eureau KI l lmmee." St. hereby notified and required tw PHONE 847.2207
11 C ut ( e RemodeKng i Complaint filed herein against yin \ .. Cloud and Osceola County, under present any claims which you. or
411 %t < < -r: the above entitled cause In U*. which they are engaged In buslnesiat cither of ou. may hate againstthe
I office of the Clerk of the Clrcui i' McCrory Bldg. Kissimmee. Osceola estate of William Adam Mar -
S Additions 1, Court In and for Osceola County County. FI*)CldainU 2nd I In. deceased. lateof BeaverCounty
% Florida. at his office In the CourI daY, of AuJUst. A. D.SECK.. state of Pf'ftnsyl\"anla. f
I House In Kissimmee. Florida. 01 MR. with the County Judge of Osceola
Aluminum i ; or before the! 30th day of August. AUK a. 15. 22. 29. 1963 County at KlsiUmmee. Florida. CWiSI-
++ el.I roil. I I AD. 1963. and to serve a copy o within" six calendar months from I
SidAhiminum g I such answer, or defenses upoi the date of theo first publication of
Every thousands of '.Thacker and Thacker. Plaintiff at NOTICK" OF INTENTION TO this notice Each claim or demand ECONOMIZE
year people ore injured the golf
on course MAKE' APPLICATION FOR
Corners herein whose address i must bo In writing' and must state
obovit a horn*. or In occkUnts of tern typ Claims for '! Bn\ 527. KIssimmee. Florida on o FINAL DISCHARGE .'the' plate nf. residence of the
damages run so high they could snovsly ;impair the financial ; before said date as required by law JX THE COURT OF THE COUNTY claimantnd i I be sworn to by I i
future of a breadwinner. Awnings If you fall to do so. a Decree Pr JrmCE. OSCEOLA COUNTY- {I Claimant agent or attorney Extra QMt1ty BIeeb
: Confesso will be entered again lor the same will become void ar-

Don't pwtter around when it comes to Eabifity insurance. The StorefrontMarquee you for the relief demanded in th., : FLORIDA.MATTE OF i cord ms to law r At No Extra Ceai
IN j This 9th day of AujrusL 1963. t
.
cost is low and it might save you a fortune. ComplaintWITNESS THEWICK.. ,
'\ my hand as Clerk o : v Mary Oberg Martin
1 said Circuit Court of Osceola Cowl DeceasedTO Mary Oberg Martin
PHONE 847-4121 ; tv. Florida. and the Seal of sail ; ALL WHOM IT MAY CON Domiciliary Executrix of F&.S474321Member
Court at Kissimmee. Osceola Coun NotIce estate of William Adam
S i
Estimates is hereby given that I
Florida. on the 29th day o : Martin. deceased
AD. 1963. :.nave filed my final report as Ad- a/ Phillip R. Kelley
LUPFER'S SEE /!/ GLENN RAY .mlnistrator of the Estate of Herman fhllllp R. Kelley of Osceola LoaMy Be84 rs A8ee1&tJee
Clerk of the Circuit Carl Wick deceased: that X I'.O. Box 331. KI II1UlX'e. FU.
fty. Court. Osceola County. have filed petition for final dIs- Attorney for Executrix
I FU. charge. and that I will apply to August 15. 22. 29. Sept. 5 1963
.
K..1M.re Jr. ) the Honorable O. P. Johnson. OSCEOLA CEMENT
Insurance AND THACKER 1 County Judge of Osceola County, I
Agency J Attorneys for Plaintiff { Florida on the 30th day of Au g- CITY GETS $3S9L50

TRIANGLE I'I Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida |!list 1963 for approval of same and i The City Kissimmee. received
{I Aug. 1. 8. 15. 22. 1963 I 1)for final discharge as Administrator PRODUCTS INC.
1918- 1963 BUILDING of the estate of HERMAN CARL 55.j94.56 from the state cigarette

i. XOTICT OF INTENTION TOI XV1CK. deceased. tax tjjDected during July accord
11 Stewart St. MAKE APPLICATION FOR This 1st day of Ausust. AD. 1963. NEPTUNE ROADG E.--
12 BrooJw.y-N .It To DM Sank-147-4121 t, FINAL DISCHARGE /s/. istratorwoffc e ij ing to- the state beverage deportment -]

Pheae. 847-2e78. i IN THE COURT OF THE COUNT : wbkh collects the tax,: t _
o1
Eatato
I JUDGE, OftCEOLA COUNTY'&! HERMAN CAHL WICK. J tS ..

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