Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: August 22, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume ID: VID00293
Source Institution: 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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_: = ;; HERALDING THE PROGRESS OF KISS1l\IMEE&AND, OSCEOLA COUNTY FOR 69 YEARS

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"' Entered as Second Class Matter KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY AUGUST 22 1963 Established 18M PRICE TEN CENTS
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-rc.1-1tary j ClassAssignments J I Students Register Y




ToldRoom August 26th, 27thRegistration


assignments in the Kis- Room 1, Emma Yoweu acaom-
for all elementary ments. The list of pupil assignments -
Schools Michael
simmee Elementary Barrett, Judith; Bowen
school children will take
place will be
published at a
announced this week. Bowen Sarah Chitwood,
have been ; ;
Monday and Tuesday, August later date.Parents .
They are as follows: Vicki; Cobb Edna; Dunlow, 26
and 27. Registration will be of new students needto
LEVEL- a m Mary Ann; Dutton, Debra Gail; from 8:15 until 3:00 each
day. bring report card or other
WORK NEARS COMPLETION-Work is nearing com Mr*. Katherine Rhoadec. Dye. Lisa Ann; Hartford. David Parents with elementary chil- proof of promotion, automobile

pletion on the new science building being constructed by teacher Lee; Hartman. Kenneth R.; Hax- dren who live in the following license number, proof of

the Craves Construction Company at the new Junior High Room TZ, Mary Bryan School too, Lendeil Genn; Henderson; areas will register at the Highlands ty ownership or a proper-I -
Bryant Bobby Lee; Carelock, Rex Michael; Hersey, Terry Lee; School those
Elementary
School plant on Thacker Avenue. (Photo by Hamrick) : intention to establish permanent
Allen*. Collins Charles Car Lockard, Larry Joe; Marshall, et
Ira living North of Vine Street, in residence. This certificate may V
roll; Frost, James Eric; Glover, Paulette G.; Moore, Rebecca; Orange Gardens, in the strip between be obtained from the County t a .
Wallace Raymond; Hartman Munson Gary Dean; Murdock Thacker Avenue and the Clerks Office.

Vacation Over For Larry .Eugene; Irving, Kevin Charlotte Ann; Patterson. Hubert City Ditch which runs along Supply charges will be $3.00for ENJOY BANQUET Vida and Jimmy Gould of Kiesim-
Troy; Key Alfred Lee; King, Wayne; Pope Phillip A.; Rea- Emory Street from Vine Streetto children in levels 1 through full Oriental their
Karl Stanley; McCall, Ronald soner Kim; Roberson Jeffery; the Old Tampa Highway. 9 and $2.50 for children in mee, in costume enjoy a banquet ia

Martin; Miner, Rickie; Pharis, Rooney, Carol Jean; Tapscott, All others will register at the grades 4 through 6. School' insurance honor at the annual Tupperware Jubilee convention. At

Osceola TeachersOsceola Betty Jean; Rathburn Rand Genne Mardette; Walker, Ray- Kissimmee Elementary School will be available this I' tended bj over 2,000 representatives, the convention featured

Lee; Rogers, Danny Joe; SpIt :ttond A.; Widden Donna Lynn. office in the Mary Bryan Build- year for $2.00. a talk by Arthur Godfrey and the awarding of over

County teachers re County. I zer, Arzilla Marie; Thomas, Jane LEVEL VII ing on Aultman Street. This will $51,000 in gifts.John .
ported Monday to open the Colombo said they will be I Michelle; Wasden Walter Otis; Mrs. Mary Frances Prattler, include students riding bus No. For all students who did not

new school year. Pupils will able to attend the instructional Yeager, Carlton Donald. Boom: 2, Envna YoweU School 1 from Boggy Creek, Don John attend the Kissimmee schools -

report for classes on Sept. 3. materials exhibit to be held LEVEL, m Autrey Daniel: Badders Mari Road and Mills Slough; bus No. last year; registration will be ,

There will be no county. Aug. 22 and 23 in the Orlando Mrs, Mary Ruth Rogers, lyn; Bryant, Gary M.; Camp- 2 from Lake Wilson, Vineland held on Monday, August 26 and ;I Patrick Tracy

wide pre-school conferencethis Municipal Auditorium.) There teacher bell James; Cook, Debra; Davis Road, Shingle Creek, Lake Cecile Tuesday, August 27, from 9-12 t f I

year. However, School 50 leading publishers will display Room 23, Mary Bryan School Jan Suzanne; Gill, James and Royal Gardens and bus No. a.m. and 1-3 p.m. Grades 7 and

Supt. William Stephens said their latest products.The Capps, Jolene Lois; Craft, Bennett; Hennecy, Cathy; Irving 7 from the area around the golf 8 will report to Osceola Junior Shot To 'Death

that pre-school activities will teachers will also be Frances Margurete; Dutton Peggy; Lane, LeAnne; Lyng course, airport, Suhl's Dairy, High School on Thacker Avenue
be held in each school. There Marion Avenue, and the Old and Grades 9-12 will report to
able to attend workshops on Pamela Sue; Early. Paul; Gordon Kathleen; McCall, Jo Ann; Mc-
will be no "outside" speakers. new mathematics. This includ Debra Ann; Green Lewis Whirter, Jane Lee; Greer, Dean Tampa Highway. the Osceola High School on Sum- Mrs Cassie B. Hankins is being two days in connection with the

However, he added Super es modern algebra and sev Earl II; Hobby, Jimmie Dean; Ed.; Hobby, Morris; Kevin, Parents of elementary children ner Street. held in the county jail for murder She was released when

visor of instruction John Colombo enth and eighth grade math. Hughes Mark Stephens; LaCoe, Gregory; Peeler, Bonnie Jean; who completed the last school All students must be accom- the pistol slaying of her son-in- Mrs. Hankins. her mother con
will meet with all The sessions will be held in year here will be expected to go panied by a parent or guardianto ,
Connie
Pamela Ann; Lamb, Porter, Jim Leonard; Ramsey, law John Patrick Tracy. Mrs. fessed.
teachers new to the county I Orlando at various places. Love Bruce Ed. directly to the room and teacher sign the Assignment Sheet, Hankins is survived by his
Marie; Lee, Jesse Stephen; ; Reynolds, Terry; will admitted to a Florida Tracy
Students need to
sometime during the to whom your child has been bring proofof
preschool -I Pamela Jane; Macy, Eva Connie Sabetto Theresa; Seyler. Andrew Sheriffs' Bureau polygraph oper- wife, Della McPherson Tracy;
take of and Automobile
promotion registration
period. Colombo also said the Class- assigned to care neces-
The date for this session] room Teachers Association ; Macky, Gary Oscar; Miller, ; Smith, Jane Marie; Tarcai, sary registration. New elemen- proof of property ator that she shot Tracy In the one son, James P. Tracy, Griffin -
Karen Joy; Orta, William Scott; Teri; Woods, Arthur; Walker, will certificate of Intention chest with a 38 caliber pistol Ga.; two brothers, Bert
ownership -
has not been set because it i and the Osceola County Edu tary pupils register at the or
has to be correlated with the cation Association will hold Partlow, Wayne Alan; Rinaldi, Lawrence Mark; Wyant, Donna. office and be assigned to a room. to establish residence The shooting took place late Tracy of Jacksonville, and Sgt

plans of the principals and I session Aug. 23, at the Osce Deborah Ann; Summerall, Katherine Marie. All first grade pupils will come (which may be obtained from Saturday night or early Sunday Robert Tracy, stationed in

the pre-school tour of ola High Cafeteria.In ; Taylor, Carol June; Tin- LEVEL VII to the office for room assign- the County Clerk's Office). morning the Phillipine Islands, sisters,
mee industry Kisslm.I' the meatime the teach dall, Richard Arlen; Tish, Marty :Mrs. Ardatta Seylver, teacher The coroner's jury met Mon Mrs. Betty Bullock, Jackson.
Hiram; Veal, Monica; Whidden, (Room 3, Emma: Yowell School day night and named Mrs. Hank- yule Florida.; Mrs. Anne Sut-
the education committee of, ers will be preparing for the
the chamber of commerce. registration of pupils. Regis Blanche Kay; Wilson, Marc Ann. Allison Lois D.; Bass, Chyrle; Officials Plan ins as the principle in the mur- ton Hollywood, Fla., and
LEVEL IV Burton, Richard Cook Sharon der, W. E. St. Louis
However, Osceola teachers tration dates have been set ; ; according to Paul Riggs. Mrs. R. L Milton

will be able to take advantageof I for Aug. 28 and 27. Details Mrs. Laura Miller, teacher Corbitt, Linda; Fletcher, James; justice, ,of the peace. Illinois; mother, Mrs. B. R

two activities in Orange' will be announced later. Room U,' Mary Bryan School Gainer, Karen; Graves, Robert; The sheriffs department arrested Tracy, Jacksonville, Fla.

- - ., Adams, Janice Maxine; Bur- Green. Janice: HanselL David: Road Mrs. Della McPherson Funeral services in chargeof
rier, Vicki Lynn: Catterton, Harvey, Keitha; Hearn, LeeMMargaret ProjectsGreen Tracy, the dead man's wife, Sun the Ridel Funeral Home

Pamela Carlene; Charles, James ; Howard Cheryl Ann; day morning and held her for will be announced later.

Osceola Hugh Jr.; Creel, Kenneth Lee; Hughey, Bobbie Ann; Johnston I
HighExpands Osceola County officials helda advised the
Ctoft, Gina Michelle; DiVirgilio Julie; Lajoie Lidik Herve; Larson, conference with Max Brewer that the survey county for Hwy.officials Two Stores Broken I 83 Arrests Are
Jo How- Danette
Rita; Hamer Shirley ; ; Lori; Lupfer
.ard, Rebecca Rena; Lane, Susan Samuel; Magnusson, James; Me- and Road Ritchie Green of the State 530 is nearly done, adding that Into Last Week Made In County
Department at Titusvillelast the work would extend In-
I past
i Program Marie; Miller Charles Phillip; Leod, Sharon; Partin, Martha; II
week to discuss the Jers tate 4 to State Two local
Muller, Tracy Lee; Phillips, Col. Peacock, Joseph; Rinaldi, possibility Hwy. 545. stores have been Wildlife Officers of the Central
... of urpwnt jwj future con- Commissioner Tom dis- broken into in
""'" Milton Slink- Bumby the past week according -Florida Region of the Game and
leen Rhinehart, ; Joseph Sullivan Rebecca TUT-
; ; ,
School officials have announced ; struction. cussed the
widening of Emmett
electricity.Also to Don Adams, assistant Fresh Water Fish Commission
that Osceola High School is offer offered are accelerated ard, Thomas; Smith. Dosia; vin, Cindy Lee; Udstad, Debra Rep. J. J. Griffin introducedthe Street and was advised that a chief of police. made a total of 1350 arrests for

ing a more comprehensive program science chemistry, and advanced Snedeker, Dennis Ray; Stoddard Ed., Gae; Weeks, Allen Ray; White, question of rebuilding Hwy. center line survey would be Wysong's T.V. was entered hunting and fishing violations
Tish Clarence
of study than many schoolsin biology. Fred James; Yearwood; Anita Joyce 441 between Kissimmee and St. made on the ten blocks involv- Tuesday, night and Winn Dixie during the past fiscal year July
Claude ,
Williams, ; GRADE 4
communities of this size. Once again school officials Cloud. It was suggested that a I ed.Those was entered Wednesday night. 1, 1963 through June 30, 1963
The major change is in the have offered three languages -: Micheal Lee. airs. Patricia Nalley, teacher state engineer ride the ; attending the meetingwere Adams said that the thieves attempted according to J. W. Bickerstaff,

I language arts department. French, Spanish, and German. LEVEL IV Room 4, .'Emma YoweU School highway with a county officialto Senator Irlo Bronson, Griffin .I to enter Won throughthe central region manager.

Teachers there suggested a However, there appears some Mrs. Peggy Bradbury, teacher Addison,Beverly; Ashburn, Jimmy Determine which side of the Commissioners L. J. Harvey roof but were ,Unsuccessfuland The number of arrests made

change in offerings and Prin.Byron doubt that German will be Room 24, Mary Bryan School ; Bass, Quinton; Cobb, Jack; road the additional right of way Bumby and Harris Daniel gained entrance through one by counties were a* follow:

Hileman-has. approved taught because, at least,l(1( "students Adams Kara__Lou \JSttn. Collins, James; Downey: JerrY;. should be. purchased 'from. .-JQsimmee''to -% and county attorney Murray W. of the doors. It has fiotyetbeen Bcevanl M; f'tfH',
them. >The n w'ingram makesit are needed for the course Mary Lou; Barkley, Barbara Downey Sara Nell; Earley;Chan :Ashtony- OverstreeV Jr, determined. how much merchandise ; Lake 1 r.ttc27 : ., Of;

possible for 11th and 12th and six have registered. It was Joyce; Bronson, Harold Eugene; les; Guffey. Ralph; Hancock, Hazel :was taken from the stores. Giant*. 248: OoU ffl; Putnam -

graders to select four English said that if others are interestedin Bronson, Marjorie Elaine; Campbell ; Harden, John; Hicks Harold Fire Guts Coast Det. Adams is leading the in 118; St. Johns, 75: Scmi-
courses during their last two studying German, they Charles Emory; Davidson, ; Lee, Marie; Overrein, David; Elks To HoldInitiation vestigation. Dele, 87; Sumter, 93 and VoiuU,

years of high school instead of call the high school office at Richard; Hersey, Frank; Hart- Peeler, Donna; Scott, Donnie; Line Coach Here 200.

following the old pattern of nth once. zog, Karen; Huddle, Keith; Long Stahl, Clifford; McGruder, Robert I II I TuesdayOn Fishing without a license was

and 12th I grade English. In mathematics, the school David Anthony; Macy, Curtis; ; Partlow, Teddy; Yeager, A fire aboard: the Atlantic City Grants i the major violation. Violations
I
I
The new program gives thema will be offering algebra one and Messamore, Keith: Miller Nancy Ervin. Coast Line West Coast Champion Tuesday evening, August Permit Variance included hunting out of season,

broad scope of subjects to two, college algebra, trigonometry Ellen; Miller Roy Eugene; GRADE 4 Number 91 gutted one 27th, Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. I hunting at night with a light anda

learn. They include: literature, plane geometry general Moody, Charles Steven; Park ,l\In. Mary Dyals, teacher car: and caused an hour and 1873 will hold its regular monthly Charles gun, exceeding the bag limit
L.
composition, applied grammer, math and terminal math. Robert Edward; Patterson, Robert Room 6, Emma Yowell School 20 minutes delay here Satur- initiation, with the lodge officers and Betty Jayne I lof fresh water fish, using illegal

college preparatory grammar, ; Rodenbaugh, Carl; Scholl, Bartee, Edna; Bennett, Glenda; day. All passengers were removed under the leadership of Exalted Gritter were granted a variance: fishing devices and others.

I journalism, speech fundamentals There are no changes. in the Jessica; Sullivan Rawl; Tyner, Blevins, Carol; Daily, Larry; from the car and there Ruler Jack White performing the by the Board of Adjustment I During the 1961-62 fiscal year

discussion and debate social studies curricula.In Leiann; Tish! Carol; Wallace, Davis, Alvin; Eggers, Charles; was no injuries. ceremonies. Prior to the meeting I Thursday. The Critters bad boughtthe 1100 arrests were made. The in-

drama fundamentals, drama the vocational field, the Kathy Ann; Wiley, John Carlton, Gamer, Charles; Hansell Nellie; Fire Chief Arlo Lawrence which will start promptly at 8:00: I Old Lee Home at 307 South creased number was probablydue

techniques, and humanities.A school is offering business educa- Jr.; Winfrey, Steve Orland; Home Cheryl; Hull. Patricia; stated that the fire was in o'clock, the ladies of the Auxilary Clyde for the purpose of oper to the increase in the number

spokesman said that every tion, two years of typing (insteadof Woods, Arlene Michelle; Wooten, Key, Calvin; Lamb, Nevada;, the air conditioning and due will serve the usual roast ating a boarding home for elder of people fishing and hunt

effort has been made to give a single year). business machines Ella Marie; Wooten, Nancy Lee. Kenneth Macy, Paul; smoke they had some beef dinner from 6:30 on for $LOO ly persons and found that the ing and better law enforcement
I short- Long ; to heavy
and
each student what he or she pre bookkeeping, LEVEL IV Moody, Don; Mutter,. Sharon;, difficulty locating it. per member. present zoning of that area would practices BkkersUH said.
ferred. However, in this first hand. Members joining the organization not permit such use.
Mrs. Patricia Redgrave, teacher Debbie
include Partlow, Ricky; Phillips, ; A train spokesman reported
Industrial arts will
year of the new program, sche- Room 22, School include John Barro, Fred E. There was some concern by the
Mary Bryan ,
RinE art Jacky 25
woodworking, mechanical draw- Prentice, Carol; ; there were 20 to passengerson Recreation Unit
duling problems kept this from Blain, Gregg; Bridgman,, Don Tbmlinson Jeff TSbbets, Jeanne; the that burned. He Ward and Jim Purcell, of Kis- board that the establishment I
mechanics and art. ; car
ing, auto ,
in all instances and might become a nursing home,
happening Beck of
P.
and Louis
na; Buttleman Randy; Charles, Julie. stated that the smoke was simmee; Officers NamedJ.
The agricultural departmentwill Weber also
substitutions have had to be but it was explained that the
G. as
Jama Lou Driver Mary Eliza- Leesburg No. 1703, and James
offer its regular course o.! ; GRADE 4 noticed in Sanford and Or- J. Griffin, of St. gonad, state
made in some students' sche building was two and there-
beth Goldino IDa Greer Kim- of McKeesport, Pa. No. story
and ; ; Lois BoUins, teacher thought it wasa Gould
Mrs.
study: animal husbandry, lando but they representative, has afraid to
dules. fore the State Board of Health
berly Highley John Alva Hinton 136 will be admitted by transfer
:
-
; ; Central School overheating.The ,
farm mechanics.The Room 3, brake drum serve as vice chairman of a
,However, the English department would not allow them to
Steven; Hughes, Lynne dimits. Other members to be inItiated operatea
Linda Brainard Jack; removed from
the in which Ahrens ; car was newly formed recreation nit l in
only of-
is not one music department will Cassel- nursing home there.
Marie
Sabin
King Jennifer Lee Donald ,
have been made.In ; ; Bronson, Dale; Campbell, Susan; the train which continued on are Osceola County.
fer vocal instruction well
improvements as as The Board of Adjustment con
Lamb, Leila Ruth; Lanham, berry George Brewer, Daven-
Winifred ;
the sciences physics returns (,band. Cook, Sharon; Cory ; to Tampa. sists of John Cadel chairman, The organization was established -
Lanier Elton N. Winter
Phillip Ray; port James Holloway,
;
Davis. Patti;
to the curriculum and Home economics will be Crawford. Joyce: last week during a meeting
; taught
and Lloyd Fleming, Clyde Story,
Ralph; Lory, Kathy Brooke; Mc- Haven; and Clifton Lawton
Janet
with it comes a new for four education English, Randy; Frost, ; of community leaders with James'
along
years. Physical Enoch Herzberg and Bill Morse.
Farland, Andrew Lee; McWhirt, Maurice Bond of Kissimmee.A .
course called fundamentals of I is required. IGilliard I Terry; Gowers, Brenda; 728 Head Overstreet Jr. Sftyes of the recreation department
er, Janet Reid; Murdock, Don Gunter, Gwendolyn: ; H a n kin s, special invitation bas gone Murray represented of the Florida
Development
na Marie; Mutter, Cathy Ann;t Howard, out to these new members and the Critters.
Morton; Hefner, Joy; Comm Jion.
and Jan DavisAttend 62 Prospects Turn Northrop Nelson Clifford; Over Debra; Hutcheson, Pinky; Ivey Sold AtMarket their wives to take part in a, Riley Miles, chairman of the

Baton Camp Out ThursdaySixtytwo street, John Murray; Pope Nola; Johnston, Nancy; Logsdon. meeting to be held" on Friday Bids For central and southern flood control
Diane Loraine; Rowland, Debra Arthur Lorenz, Robert; McLean, evening August 23rd, at the Lodgeat Open
; of
district named chairman
Lynn and Jan Davis attendedthe Louise; Schmidt, Gary Earl; O'Berry: 8:00 o'clock. At that time, the Fence MaterialsBids was
Mutter
Terry
Rene ;
;
the
football for temporary orgaaizatioa.
Central Florida Baton tampLynn prospects
Somers Ronald
Leslie; Story, officers and committee chairmen
last week at Howey-In-Tne4Clls, the 1963 Osceola High School Dirk Duane; Wallis, Michael M.; Robert; Owens, Linnie; Partin At the Kissimmee Livestock will explain to them the work- will be asked for fence Gordon Dawson, manager of
team turned for the Roy; Peterson, Corena; Popwefl Market Wednesday, 728 cattle the St. Cloud Chamber oi Commerce
Fla., where all phases of baton Kowboy out Ronald '
Zupsic, Thomas. Lance ings of the local Lodge and alsoa wire, fence posts and the erec-
sold
;
-
Reynolds and
Gregory calves were compared
twirling are taught, from solo first pre-season practice Thurs- LEVEL HI ft IV ; Diane short history of the Order tion of a fence on both sides of was named secretary
<
day evening. Snedeker, Debbie; Sparkxnan to 708 a week ago. I Ken Duncan, of St. Cloud is vice
and routines.
tricks to team corps Mrs Helen Gill teacher Strickland Robert; Williams, Compared to last Wednes- through a special film. After the a road near Kenansville.
At the Fire Baton Contest held Boom Si, ; the ladies Auxiliary commissioners decidedto I chairman.
Mary Bryan School meeting, of the County
classes held about
After Daniel 'Winfrey, Kathy. day all
an by
opening speech ;
there each year, Lynn won the Acree Randy; Yates William will serve refreshments.Elks ask for bids for the material"
350-500
4 Ib. good
GRADE
Head Coach Jack steady except
Yearwood that i
first place trophy in age division Randolph; Dutton, Leonard; ElLis and labor so as to work out Tax Rolls Open
i I teacher calves $1.00
MLw Melissa HI1L stocker
grade
consisted mostly of the of
stating I
13 and under and was named Jr. : Douglas Marcel; Freeland their part of a deal for rightof
Fire Baton Champion for the third I a few basic rules, the "A" and Gloria Jean; Hammer, Robert Room 5, Emma Yowell School I higher. Slaughter steer, heifer To Hold way to about seven miles of I For InspectionTax
1 Austin Sandra Baker, Joyce; and bull offerings too limited
B" squad candidates went ;
i Iris Bronson. rolls of the now
city are
:
straight year, twirling one and Ray; Mathis, Mildred L.; Miller read from
through several exercises. Baskett, Carol; Bradley, William -[ for quote. Calves comprised Dance Saturday I open tK testeetfea CIty Mgr
two fire batons. I I Patricia Ann; Overstreet, ; Bynum, Veda; Caldwell, 84 per cent of the run i i The road is part of the Fells Charies Jackson 1IRced.
uno :
.
-- -- Jennings Cole; Partlow, Thomas Jim; Carter; Steve; Danniels, II with nearly three-fourths returning On Saturday evening August I mere grade. Commissioners believe I He made his announcement in
Edw.
; Peterson, Geo. Calvin; Dennis; Everson John; Gamer to pasture. 24th, Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. that in time the road will.connection with the forthcomingequalization

Raulerson David Rebecca; Sharpnock! Sandra: Hartzog. Clay; Haxton Utility slaughter cows $14.50- 1873 will bold a special "Back: be one of the more important I hearings 10 be held

vin Anderson; Sparkxnan Mel- Ricky;; Heck. Patty; Hunt Mar-I 17.00. Cutter 12J50-1550( Can- To School" dance for all members in the southeast part of the Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. >In the city
; Sandridge, Brenda; Wolford: lene; Koger, Debbie; Lassiter, ner 11.00-13.00.)( and their wives. The honored > :I country. chamber.

Helen; Collins, Betty Ann; Sum- Steve; Messamore. Paul; Pick- Good calves 23.00-25.00. guests of the evening win be! , .
merlin, Hastings Luther '"'---=- - -- ..-.
John ; Phillips aid. Raymond; Schmidt Hugh: I, Standard 20002350. the teachers of all the schools'I! ,- --- -

Barry. Smith. Beth: Singer. Sam; Stand and Good Vealers together with their wives or husbands '1: LEVEL V ,. VI
Mr LoIs Swaney, Judy; Wallace Turner; I 23.00-26.00 for a "get-acquainted" evening ,: -l.,
Grinom teacher I
I Wasden. Debra; Whalin Carl; Good 40O500 Ib. yearling of entertainment. '
RoAta L"t, Mary Bryan School ,, 'r'te
I I
1 WiHingham, Dennis; Wooten Debra feMpr-rlocker steers 23.00- p d
Adams James Wilbur; Am- ; Wooten Guy; Young Kai 24 00,-Common and few Med- According to cmirm2'1 Larry

< mons, Sherry Sue; Blount Deb-I en. ium 00-2150.. Btnkeiilp the regular Elk or-!
bie Ann; Ashburn. Patricia; Bennett i
GRADE Few Common and Medium chestra "Ihc Loserswffl be J

Jackye Lynn; Bronson.j' Mrs. Vivian Brhuoo, teacher yearling heifers 15.00-18.00, playing from 9:00 o'clock on. The 1 I :
Darren Lee; 'I Old Lunchroom Rag few Good up to 1850.! charge for this event will be $1.00

Carl; Collins, Walter Troy; Dan- on Central Grounds Good 250-500( ()( Ib. calves per member or $2X0 per couple. a
ids James Rodney; Early Mi There will be no dinner Rnoedthat
Albritton, Robert; Armstrong. 23.00-26.00.Medium 19.00-24.00 F yY
- .i\ chael Lewis; Hersey Robert Kathy; Badders. Julie; Carroll, Common 16.00-20.00, Medium for evening. In the"pa.st, !
pt Lee; Jacobs. Steven Kent; Johnson . t ,
these special dances proved very
Paula; Flanagan John; Forrester. 100-250 lbs. 23.00-2850, Com
Bradley Allen; Iamb Ronnie and successful with the
Holly; Frakes Patricia, mon 20.00-25.00. popular
Earl
!
; Langston Raymond _
set' and the.nitt c -
Gauthier. Susan; Hale, Karen; younger
Kfen; Lanier, Dennis Guy: Lee, that the members will come:I
Hennecy, Pamela; H 11 e man, Man Wins hopes
Keith St. Cloud
Eugene; O'Neal. Patricia
and Join the festive crowd.
Jack Hughes Madeline
; ; hey I
Ann Overrein : II
; Duncan Andrew;;
I
Cynthia Kenton Rosemarie
; ; In Tournament
!
Ramsey William Henry; Schield The Family Night for tne weeK
Steven Thomas; Smith. David Ktog, Jeffrey; KUcoyne. Me- Claude Mohler of St. Cloud will be held on Friday evening

THE MERRY MINSTRELS-A group of seven actors and Lawrence;. Stephens. Gary Roger linda Angela; ;Lombardy.Medley, Mary Mark;;; Macky.Miller and E. Jess Jordan of St. August 23rd. when the k.dks of

Summerlin. Merry Carol; Petersburg won first place the Auxiliary will serve a RibEye COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES-A
technicians from community theatres and drama school Kimberly; Muller, Jerry; Nelson I enteredIn aueeee.lttl Vacation

will present "The Town Mouse and The Country Moose zebra Ungaro.! Ruth James; WInfrey Michael Joe; Urick.Allen. Roger; Parker Robin; ; over the 100 North player Carolina State 8:00 Steak with the dinner regular from social 6:00 activities to Church School came to a close last week at the Chares of

at the Osceola High School Auditorium Saturday. The LEVF VH Perry Faye; Rogers, Nancy; Doubles Tournament last following right after toe I the Nuar De. Shown above is a portion of the group at

play is sponsored by the Junior Women. I Mrm. Job Davis, teacher tik: daPalei) week. Inner boar t i the commencement exercise (Photo by H amrie k)



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Ktvtlntniee (;azettr. Fla., Thar. August 22, 19By aat; the beach and part of it just SWIFT'S PRlMlUM BONELESS CANNED QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
working around the house. PRICES GOOD THRU AUGUST 24thWINNOIXIK "

Mr. and Mrs. Eb Jones have H 4 5291 ........ INC.-COPTMI4HT_!... ;
Y returned from a trip through the ams . CAN W-D BRAND QUICK FROZEN
mountains of North Carolina and
U.S.D.A,
Tennessee. SO EXTRA STAMPS WITH TARNOW

I t"fLtfLlfJfL Roger leave and this Martha week end Turner for a planto two SAVE ll 5 to 20 LB.

,, weeks vacation in Pennsylvaniawhere Sli. Ham PKG. 694 q T GRADE

they will visit Martha'ssister. ,

. 3 r, Mrs.. John Hugo has returned REG. 59< COPELAND ALL MEAT V
,
;A' BETTY EBY after spending several weeks at BROAD BREASTED
't LombardDlinois. WienersRIG. LB. 491
.h .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry (Hap)
Haen and children are vacationing
;On the birthday list week are wards, Ruby Tanner, Dennis Jew at Niagara Falls New York. 49< . 12-oz. COPELANDBologna
Mathew Hansell, J. H. Kirkendall ell, Annie Mae Quirk, Kathleer Mr. and Mrs. Lee Graves and
Judy Jones. Dick Curry, Michael Cotton Reba Daniel. Levi Gar family. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings .
cOffey Wayne Mikeal, Pamela land, Theresa Ann Sabetto, Butct Overstreet and family, Mr. and TU RKEYS
Thacker, Marion Davis. Mrs. I. Branson. Mrs. Levi Garland Mrs. John Spencer and family I
George Westover, Charlie Tindall, Butch Whidden, Mrs. Billy Pren spent last weekend at Cocoa RIG. $1J9 . WHOLE PEELED It DEVI I NED J
Buster Makinson, Harry Bert tis Nick Degtoff, Vera Criner Beach.
Dale. due Fletcher, Bobby Makin- Best wishes to each of you. Don and Marte Depew and son Shrimp 99
sun. Herbert Parker, Donald Ed- Dr. and Mrs. George Beau Jerry stopped off to visit Marte' vt: -
champ are vacationing in NewFoundland parents Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graves
and Nova Scotia. enroute to their home at Ft. Lau 0 5
WILKINSONRAZOR Martin Glisson, who return derdale after spending their vacation 0 D 0 R
June 28th from an assignment ii in the mountains of North WeD BRAND NATURALLY TENDER .
Japan, will report to Camp Le- Carolina.
BLADES Jeune on August 28th. Also visiting the Graves were SIZES

& Residents of Renee Terrace ha the three Toppino children of Key Chuck Roast 49WD
GARDEN TOOLS an unwelcomed visitor last wee West who visited their grandparents LB. ?
dad,,
when a three foot alligator was while their mother and
LOU TARCAI I discovered in the stream. George and Teada Toppino wentto
Rep J. J. and Gail Griffin flew Baltimore. They have all returned LEANER, FRESHER GROUND, 100% PURE BEEF LB.La. .
FEED AND FARMSUPPLY to Hawaii this week where J. J. to their home at Key West.
will attend a conference. From Mrs. Jeff Miller is recuperatingat
.. ...... . her home Thacker Ave. WHITE MEAT BREAST or DARK MEAT LEG
A. 'p- ( .SUM.DRIVE there they will fly on to Japan on .
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I. f(" and continue on around the world following an emergency appen 5 $199
ur. Deer PKG.
back to New York. They plan to dectomy at the Osceola Hospital. . Turkey Qtrs. lB. 39-
be gone two months. I Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Lupfe .
Dorothy Purdy, supervisor of[I and grandchildren, Holly Forres-
THE ,
registration, attended a three day Iter I. and Sam Lupfer IV have r , ,.. ., "
meet at Lakeland last week. i turned home after a vacation at
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hall and[St Petersburg Beach. 1 w
Plain
i family are vacationing in the Mr. and Mrs. Bob Berlins
mountains of North Carolina. visited the Nettles at Miami last e
Linda Grissom daughter of Mr. weekend.Mrs. or FRESH FLA GOLDEN BANTAM

and Mrs. B. G. Grissom is recuperating R. G. Dekle and daughte 1 Self
after undergoing knee Joy of New York are visiting buin
surgery at the Orange Memorial Mrs. Dekle's sister. Miss Louise i ing lt Sweet CORNu
Hospital last week. Thomason. The Dekles are forme J
Mrs. Esther Jane Pollom and residents of Kissimmee. Limit one XXXJ .
children have returned from Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dale. '>'\
Crawfordsville, Indiana where] left Tuesday for a two weeks with $5.00 II f
they spent several weeks visiting vacation at Daytona Beach. food order -UB-


OF THE W.daughter Esther's Mrs.R. Mcdamrock.Stanley Cathy parents left Anthony Mr.last and week Mrs.and for Driggers Died Infant land 0' Sunshine /1 or Pillsbury mo,.. 1 0 EARS 4 9 ;


Washington, D.C. to visit the Stan SaturdayInfant

ley arrival Anthonys of their Jr.second and await child. the Driggers died James in local McDonald hospi BUTTER i FLOUR PAN-REDI' FROZEN : D. 179

and family i 2
have Mrs.returned Muriel Rooney from a vacation tal Saturday. Survived by par- Shrimp LB. PKO. [
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Myrl M.
trip to Boston. Massachusetts.Mr. 1
of Kissimmee
Driggers ; paternal
and Mrs. E. E. McGonigal MORTON . Choc.

will weekend close and Margie's take off for Diner a vaca-this Mrs.grandparents James Driggers, Mr.of and Co Nmk with ;one S. 1 1 Cream"Pisna'279

lumbus, Georgia; maternal i ;
tion in North Carolina. They also order or 49 5-LI.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. ;
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plan to do some renovating of the mon. ,
Samual S. Bryant of Lauann,
'
diner before'reopening.. Ark BAG -
A card from Mr. and Mrs. Max LI. 1 r
Grave side services were
0 Norris fornia reports where a they fine are trip to visiting Cali- held in Oakhill Cemetery, 50 Extra Top Value! Sls ft
with Rev. J. W. .
their son. Max Jr. and family at Laughman Wooten officiating, intermentwas .. '_ ". ;,:: ''''' ._. "'if.-:: -' ,.'). <: _; :';. .,>><':;: -: <. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFONC
Redding.Last in Oak Hill Cemetery. PftOiKN SOUTHERNChocolate
week I formed a new fa GakaOOO
Riedel Funeral Homewas in
I ther-son. ;Jt relationship war Mr. and inVmy"Mrs. Lee column. ; charge. \j,4:.;..... ,, f J.:.s SAVE 7V4 ,EACH . STANDARD ..- Limit 3,with 5.00 ,order or more. -. . { TM"U AueU.T "TN

G I Eldridge of Atlanta that visited AT ANY WIHN-DIXI
ARA N Lee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mac John W. Bennett Tomatoes 5
303 CAN
Eldridge, not Lee Graves.Mr. ,
and Mrs. Henson Wilder of Died SuddenlyJohn
Persons Inc. are vacationing for.
Wesley Bennett, 73, of
a couple of weeks. Ruth said they I Lucille Kissimmee lAVE 21* EACH MAXWELL HOUSE Limit 1 please.
Street ,
pass- 50 c
Extra TOP Vab e ta
plan to spend part of the time I -
_. ed away suddenly Tuesday wrrt, THIS
AND PURCHASE

ARCADE THEATREMATINEE morning.A native. of Murphreesboro Inst. Coffee 6-01. JAR 68 THRU Pica, rnoiCN KIN* aII

Tennessee, he moved from Akron Downyflake WafflssOOO
:SAT.-SUN..- 2:30 P.M.
Ohio
to Kissimmee 7 years { TMIIU AUCUIT S4TMWINNDIXIf
EVENING KKfOKMANQ AT 7 P.M.
ago.He SAVE 11f EACH . ASTOR AT ANY
\\\c FRI.-SAT., AUG. 23-24 B. F.was Goodrich a retired Rubber employee Com-of 4 g _I


JERRIJ. THE lEWIS pany,,was Akron.He a .member of the First Inst. Coffee 6 dAR 58 ; _

'+ Christian Church and Coventry'
NIi1tIIJF ,Lodge Number 665, F. & A. M., 50 Extra Top Ya tae StaliN
Akron. SAVE 9* 1ACH HEINZ .Limit two with $5.00 order or more. WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASl
$ t! '"
Survivors include his wife,
i Mattie L. Bennett. One ,
n-Naattlr son
Plus i John W. Bennett Jr., Akron. Ketchup .: !cnm
: One sister, Miss Allie Bennett .000 TNR A u{un .
"EEGAH"The : and brother Hiram G. Bennett
one AT ANY WINN DIXIE
name written in < both of Murphreesboro. 5
blood ; Also 3 grandchildren and one SAVE 3_ IACH . LIBBY'S FRUITCocktail


SUN..MON., AUG. 25-26 great Prayer-grandchild.services were held at ; 1 5 $1. 1r
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... Pvdmourt Pans!Pwv& som Chapel, with the Rev. D. D. 50 Extra Top Ya tae Steel H
t S'L J& WiJNEJOHN Debault, of Winter Haven, offi WfTH TM I$ COUPON AND PURCHASE 01

........ ciating. The funeral party left SAVE 8< EACH LIBBY'S X6oz.Pineapple. oh c i-u PR{
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FORD Thursday afternoon for Akron,
Orackin' 8001
asernttw where final services were to beheld era
0fl,1 DOll 5f" at 1 P.M Monday, with JUICE 251 .00.TNRU AYaUIT LTNAT
i Masonic services to follow in El- ANY WINN Dlx
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they spell the Ford Sale-Of-: ,
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"T1ff SPIeER"12:30 Sports Convertible. Astor Coffee Detergent

.3-M,200 Clothing allowance; h II _
SUNDAY MON. TUES. 100 a month for a year at

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Assignments GRADE 5 Thelma; Roberts, nay; :scaggs, Sharon White, Stephen Smith j Joe Carpenter, Mark Miller Mr. dark 0 X 'The Kisslmmee" Gazette. Klsslmtnee Fla., Thurs' Aogmt ., 1H& 5i
(Continued from page 1) Mrs. Ma If land Koonce, teacher Vicki; Scholl, Melanie; Shep- Jeffrey Wash, Robert Hansell, Donald Young, Frankie Handel, Thomas Barber, Joyce Carter, """"
Room 27, Central School hard Floyd; Smith, Judy; Thomas Randall Halloway, Anita Bass Robbin Kelly Robert Lanier, Betty Clark Susan Cook, Donna
Scalli Jeffrey; Schmidt, Sally; Buxton, Frances; Capps, Peggy; Udstad, Myra; Un- Karen Lalama, Clinton Altemus, Donald McMillen, James Roten- Culver, Walter Donavan. Delise I
Schumaker, Scott; Shephard, Chucky; Carelock, Donny; Ed- derwood, Bonita. Kevin Gill, Thomas Matthews, berry, Ried Jeffries, Robert Win Elder, Ronald French Lloyd MAKINSON
James; Slaughter Dale; Som- miston, James; Goldino; Vinnie; GRADES 5 & 6 Andrea Hammock, Deborah Lee, frey, Carl Waddell, Penny Wag- Gamer, Mike Hansell, Ronnie
mers, Martyn; Wallis, Laura; Johnson, Robert; ,Koger, Randy; Airs. Reese teacher Susan Mendel, William Pickett, ner, Angel Taylor Wanda Dail.Deyonne Horton Ronnie Johnson Donna
Zupslc. Nick.GRADE Lanier, Dale; Lott, David; Moon, Room 25, Central School Bonnie Madden, David White Spitzer, Debbie Carter, Jordan, Winston Keene, Dian
6 Alfred; Murdock, James; Scott, Chitwood, James; Collins, Ben; Dewey Bright John Bran, Kim- Debra Sledge Cynthia Parnell Ketchum. Linda McMullen, Jeff
Mrs. Grace Johnston, teacher Charles; Strickland, ,Barbara; Sylvester Garner, Sandra; Mathis, James; berly Gross, Brandt Bass, Thomas Sharon Riddle Vivian Gadd. McWilliams, Steve Miller Eve- HARDWARENOW
Room 28, Central School G I e n d a; Thompson, Out I a w, Patricia; Summerlin, England, Chery Bishop, Christine Linda Parson, Cynthia Baxter lyn Ritter, Windy Romack. Stuart -
Adams, Terry Wayne; Ash- Charles; Tish, Charlotte; Tyner, Billy; Yeager, Amelia; Bright, Cazier, Regina Bracken, Yvonne Alewine, Clara Gal- Roberts Andy Sykes, Debra
burn, Joseph c.; Blevins, Phil Tommy; Walker, David; Walker Lewis; Bronson, Raymond; Cobb, Charles Bass, Jonni Kimberly I lagher. Taylor, David Treat, Pamela
lip; Burrier, Rose; Creel, Robert Lavon; Wolford, Herbert. David; Chaney, James; Davis, Mark Fawbush 'I''MrsKessler B 4 White, Chrysties Woronik, Bar
; Cobb, Edward; Dashnau GRADE 8 Lewis; Home, Ronnie; Joiner. Mrs. AnreU, A S I| Rita champion Kathy Taylor bara Dexter, Robert Tibbetts, I OFFERS MORE
Larry;; Ellis, John; Garner, Miss Mary Ellen Carter, teacher Royce; Statts, Paul; Stinebaugh, Judy Winningham, Kathy Pra- {Carolyn Palo, Sandra Honney- Juanita Duncan.
Dana; Lee, Ella; Lee, Mamie; Room 22, Central School : Fred; Teems, Stanley; Wasden, vatt, Larry Boatwight, Tina cutt, jane Wigel. Hilda Riddle Mrs. Kimberly C3 FOR YOUR OLD
McCuston, Cheryl; Norsworthy, Alderman David; Burton,. Susan Tyson; Wilson, Harley. Mullins, Cynthia Stroup, Robert Debbie Stubbs, Cheryl Guelde Raymond Anderson Teresa
Marvin; Olds, Shaun; Simmons, ; Capps, Deborah; Chancy, GRADE 6 Carter, Ronald Kincaid, Gary Jacqueline Craft Keith Winfrey, Bethune, Brenda Carpenter,
William; St. Clair, Kenneth; Wol- Danny; Collins! Louise; Garner,I Mrs. Sue Stephens, teacher Ketchum, Bruce Toms, Vicky Rayette Kidwell, Loretta Duncan Michael Chandler. Donald Culver LAWN MOWER.
ford, Mary Jane. Jannie; Hancock, Sylvia; Harp- Room 2, Centra School Hammer, Edward Schnell Jr., Anita Milburn, Jonny Day Steven Davis, Johnnie Duncan -
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''''' CARD OF THANKSI Howard, Pearl; Kelley, Gary; I Richard; Kartell, Calvin; Hem- Elizabeth Scarborough, Timothy sell Pennington, Ralph French, rick, Vince James, Gloria Lee, !
wish to express grateful JKesler.. Joseph; Lamb, Charles; I II enway, Ronald; Hunt, Richard; i: Ingle, Teresa Toothman, Sandra Clayton McWilliams, Kenny Ar- Eugenie Miller, Garry McCoy, ;,
thank.. and sincere appreciation ( Lancaster, Alan; Lee, Kenneth; I, Kelley, Vianne; Lamb, Patricia; Chancey, Michael Roberts, Ron- rington, Eddie Cavey, Darlene Martha Oakes James Smith, I[{ TRADE TODAY
to my many friends for your t ijLynam, Mark; M eM a s t e r s,I Lanier, Linda; L i tt leU e I d, ald Phay, Douglas Garner, Stephen -Weltz, Gary Phay, Darryl Taylor .Carl Ritter, Gregg Stevens, Lynn II \
prayers in my behalf, for cards I Jackie; Munson, Ramona; Phillips -.,Wayne; Lorenz Anita; Messa- Warner Alice Brown. II Norman Duncan, Timothy I Taylor, Neal Taylor, Judy ,
and letters of cheer, for flowers I Reginald; Rice, Shirley; more, Elaine; Nelson, Gary; SECOND GRADE I West. I Stubbs Jerry Terrill, Peggy ,
of and love food and, and kindness for all to other dur-acts I Snook, Patty; Stubbs, Charles;jO'Berry i Eugene; O'Neal, Mike; Mrs. Schilling A 6 J I FOURTH GRADE i Thacker, Nancy Toms Cathy
ing my illness and hospitalization. me 'I Stubbs, Gall; Thacker, Russell;!Partin, Bill; Reedy, Danny; Garry Stonebraker, Paula Oil-! Mrs.. Bateman B 5 I Willis, Patricia White, Marilyn
May God bless you all. I Thcrnton, Margaret; Thomas,I Rohde, John; Tindall, Leon; Ion, Gale Eilliott, Linda Adams, Ricky Baker, Eddie Cavey, I Wynn, Janice Schunk, Redella
Mrs. Carlyle (Louise) Bronson. Johnny; Winfrey, Patricia. Turner, Debbie; Wade, Aubrey; Jerry Dulgar, Andy Miller, Ran- Joseph Farina, Eric Glass, David .
Walters.SIXTH
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I Ruth Nichols, teacher ; Yates, James E. Glass, Davis Groves, Mike Hunt. Bruce Johnson, Norman Massi Mrs. Bailey Ci
I,:, Room 21, Central School GRADE 6 Scott Lee, Susie Chandler, Sharon -'.' cotte, Lary Moore, Kenneth Mul All Sixth Grades will have the i
FZZAFREEZETrE Banter, Troy; Bronson, Rich :Mrs Betty Hutcheson, teacher Hunter, Connie Jo Jackson, lins, Gerald Reasner, Bruce same grouping. Eugene Acree I i
ard; Caroll, Pamela; Chesnut, Room 4, Central School I Donna Magnaghi, Debbie Staats, Thogmartin, James Waddell, Lee Susie Bartley, Peggy Bass, Ida
I Charles; Cobb, William;; Collins, Bartee, George; Benson, Wes- Paul Booker, Nat Manning Mike i Smith, Kent Callicut, Gay At Cenname Brenda Craft, Alvina
Wilbert; Davis, Deborah; Dett- ley; Buxton, Myra Louise; Clan- I McClain, Stephen Jordan, Ann kiss, Debra Alewine, Linda Ac Davis, Patti Dunlap Joseph Gal ,
mer, Deborah; Hopson, Richard; ton Jerry; Collins, Reginald; Hansel, Karen Johnson, Jo Ma- ree, Serena Bell, Laura Camp- lagher, Charles Garrett, Carolyn
DRIVE-IN Hudson, Scarlett; Johnson, Con- Crockett, Tommy; Hall, Curtis; rie Taylor, Jackie Williams bell, Debra Croft, Doris Dexter, Gray, Cindy Guelde Mike Had-
i stance; Jones, Daniel; King, .Henson, Linda; Hill, Sparky; Connie Jo Coker, Laura KIm- Mary Kimberly, Janet Perry, dock, William Holloway. Donald I
i ,Wanda; Knox, Roger; Lee, Kelley, Randall; King Marie; berly, Burl Bass, Peter Chiri, Sheila Pot, Stacia Phay, Sherry Johnson Bonnie Lance, Joseph I:
'Mary; Lidik, Mark; Lunsford, I'LaCoe, Michael; Meeks, Brenda; Karen Schmack, Bobby Watson, l Riddle, Teresa Taylor, Erline Lee Mike Murphy, John Norton, I .r
1 Connie; Owens, Martha; Partin, Morris, David; Rice, L. J.; Michael Kidwell Hud Dunlap. Winfrey, Cheree Zammarra. Diana Pickett, R i c key Pleas '
Carie; Pharis, Jody; Rooney, I Rohde, John; Smith, James; Mrs. Posey A 5 Mrs. Hansell B8 Lorrie Ricker, Susan Ritterr :
I Susan; Rowe, Freda; Rye, !jSnedecker, Donna: ; Thompson, Martha Croft, Alice Hester, Kirby Back Sara Berlin, Risa Patty Rose, Peter Simonson, : _
Brenda; Stoddard, Jackqueline; I Jeanne; Tyre, June; Wainwright, I Stephen Le Bruno, James Piet- Bobroff, Kelly Clifton, Vicky Victor Taylor, Randall Winfrey, .J is. _
i Tapscott, Paul:; Thornton, Wm.; Danny; Woods, VIcki; Yates, ; erella, Monica Carol, Johnnie Crouse, Mitchell Baker, Pamela Larry Barton.
'Tindall, Johnnie; Weber, John; Rita. Mullins, Martha Hansell Robert Elder, Stephen Evans, Sidney Mrs Dunlap C8
I Wood, Norman. GRADE 6 White, Curtis Thogmartin, Jon Garner, James Hammock, Bruce Albright, Lawrence Am- .
GRADE bMr. Miss Mary McBride, teacher William, Jimmy Adams, Wes James Bateman, Steve Hanlon mons, Gene Atkinson, Willard
: Robert Rector, teacher Room 1, Central School McCrary, Stephen Watts, Gary Rita Horton, Tanda Keith, David Bell, Mary Benson, Chet Bron-i
$ Room 23, Central School Acree Mary Jane; Bynum, Moore, Donny Reeves, Nora I Kerr, Diana Lockhart, Michael I I'I son, Darryl Callicutt, Larry Chin K
Autrey, Constance; Badders, Randy; Bennett, Lillie; Bevil, I Lockhart Linda Sawyer, Kathy Massicotte, Danny Mathews, Donna Davis, Rickey De'Er-
Smartest lunekton or dint *r render Yvonne; Barkley, Darleen; Buak- Thomas: Campbell Gary; Cald- Wolfe, Ricky Craft, Gary Gard- 'I Prentise Milburn, James Nance, rico, Karen Elliott, 'Mama Gar-
now in Central Florid. Del l1'" night Brenda; Brunson, Dennis; well, Sandy; Carter. Brenda; I ner, Jelfry Hess, Craig Sines, I Robert Oaldes, Debra Olive, ner, Stanley Garner, Diane
your family . honor tonr greets Campbell, Terry; English, Kathy; Creel, Judy; Davis, Jeffrey; Wally Rushing, Cindy Baldwin, Chery Pittman, Patricia Powell, Keith, Yvonne Lee, Leann Macy,
. by bringing them U this truly Fletcher, Martha; Garner, Sally; Dunlow, Jackie; Ed m i 1st e n, Debbie Kay Nance, Gregory I Douglas Randall, Valerie Simpson Paula Milburn, Charlene Olson
,signs dining room. Graves Jenny; Haggard, Robert Nancy; Ellis, Gwen; Green, Tomlinson, Gregory Carelock, I David Schmack, Gary Patricia Rot en b e r y, Carol
d ]t J"oH., C..d;G.H_s r'.nree. G. .- ; Harford, Michael; Harvey, Joanne; Harper Curtis; Heck, Kathy Sawrey, Jerome Monell, I Spence, Debra Steel, Conley Schroeder Tim Strickland, John : CALL US TODAY 847-2100 LET US
.! I Randy; Heck, Joan; Hoffman, Barbara; Hughey, Sharon; John- Lawrence Campbell, Garry Barton Thorton Raymond Yates, Michael Stubbs, Diana White, Stephen' TAKE A LOOK AT -
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L John; Parker, Angela; Payne, Ann; Olds, Leo; Parker, ,Connie; Stubbs, Jimmy Winningham Jeffrey Cazier, Michael Chandler Kathy Wagner, Ellen Huntsingtr HUFFY PRICES START AT 69.95 MORE
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Cathy; Rogers, Glenn; Ward Mark Norton, Alan Keene, Susan -I Deborah Guelde, John Griffin, lor, Reggie Carter, Raymond ;
Michael; Williams, Teresa; Was- Jolly, Doreen McCoy, Dor- I Mary Hudson, Gregory Hunt, Johnson, Dwight Shytle, Joyce i,
i den, Sammy etta Nethery, Gary Glass, Rose John Jamison, Nancy Knowles, Fullerton, Molly Hale, Robert HYTAMATIC s Hytambc M DM newer
MARGIE'S DINER GRADE 6 Mary Johnson, Dennis Back, Gregory Knox, Lalama Debra, Pitkin, Lane Woronik, Gale Si- adjusts all four whetfefrem siawMes6Melh... ,
Mrs Alice Grissom, teacher ,; Mark White, Mark Toomey, Roglio Latorre, Ida Lawrence. moneaux Vaughna Smith Jack i r to 3" or any 1/4"*p IMtw eft. (p
Room .s. Central School Jack Terrill, Ricky Riddle, Lyn. James Leffler, Dennis Lofton Davis, Mike Atkins Stuart Nel : Remote Impulse Starter reffe (feeiM :
WILL CLOSE AT 10 P. M. Armstrong Carol; Baker, del Kerr. I Joseph ,Moore, Pamela O'Neal son, Charles Berlin, Claudia ( chute blade,tips.cKcu4ar Free cutting lest nwtefcer.dumber and a fM
Georgette: Bass, Danny; Bass, Mrs. Turner A 4 Caryl Peterson, Donald Rimes, Crawn Kathy Sines, Pat Cool, !i
SATURDAY AUGUST 24th Merella; Begany Bruce; Bovis, Danny Lunsford, Craig Blank- I Mathew Sykes, Daoreen Wagner, Diane Jolly, Charles Smith i' .
Wayne; Bowden, Sandra; Brad- enship, Joey Keith, Lelia Thog- Leland Watson, George Wigal, Mike Murray, Patricia Niger-
ley, Brenda; Early, Robert; Elliott martin, Mark Haen, Allen Lee, I Susan Wilmarth.Mrs. yUle, Wanda Harrell, Cynthia ;, :
FOR VACATION AND RENOVATIONFULLSTREHGTH Sue; Fletcher Suzanne; I Bobby Padgett, Tommy Peeler Dollar 01 I Roberson.

I Fraser, William; Gill Margaret; I Todd Yates, Sarah Sykes, San- I t Kathy Arrington, Sheila Bland,! .. -
Glass, Anna; Goodrich, Penny; dra Grant, Leland HoLstein, John Renee Bronson, Curtis Burgess,. Ralph Porter In kM_
f Hartley, Robert; Hendricks, Robert McKinney, Mike Watford, Iris I Jeffry Clark,:Shell Clay, Patriea '
; Ingersoll.(.Jlandall; Kragen- Simoneaux, Diana Hansel, June Craft. Debra Duncan, Buddy NavalTraininRalph I ,.' :: ,.
"brink, ,Linda;* Lewis Sherry William Gloria Atkinson -. ,
; Carter?' Dail ,Frank Ja n e" Fullerton, Ida R. Porter, son of Mr.
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i and Mrs. Ralph R. Porter, Is undergoing
[ : /Kay* Moak Wendy; Northrop M u r ray, Jeffrey Magnusson, Holloway. Pamela Honeycutt, nine weeks basic training j
I Debbie; Perry, Tanya Lee; Phil- Randy Kerr. John Nigerville. William Huey, John Kessler. Da- at the Naval Training Center -I PAflat.ME. 264st Me/el. 4416 All
lips, Ronald; Racicot, Timothy; THIRD GRADE vid Knechel, David LaClaire, Great Lakes, 111. i Ute bask Hifry qM%, M priced for
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i i Highlands Elementary School nise Warner, Frances Willie'I
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33 Wayne Groves, Robert Amster, frey, Pamela Reid, Gail Register I Y
:DI] Bleach Donna Darcy, Terry Duncan, Patty Booker, Edward Lef- NOTICE ,
In ....Deee I Stuart Chandler, Susan Marshall, tier Steve Hunter, Earl Bass, i : .', .,
,' David Miller, Sandra Sledge, Hank Carter, Edgar Stevens,
Loosens dirt, brightens Cleans and disinfects I Carmen Jackson Carey Glass, J i m m i e Simoneaux, Michael I :
whites,unitizes clothint. sickroom: bathroom kitchen. Cool, OSCEOLA
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Campbell, Larkin Terrell, Belinda | Larry Tagget, Bart Sturtevant, pECF.PROPEtLLf>4" e
Hood 33 Bleach' Keene Robert Guelde, Robert Richard Summerall, Mathew Sti<t t handle \IftHIH\ arwerls.. .leheheateIy .
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I In order to render better patient care during our can wQ CWHjjCO Ifl fl HtIfI4s.
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I Administrator SUMMER SPECIALS!

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4 The Klssimmee Gazette, Kls&immee, FUu, Thurs, August &, 1962 I Delta Kappa Gammas Elsie 1\1. Gilles !! Very active Jn Order of the ton Beach. Also 4 grandchildren
Local Club Sponsors I Eastern Star Chapter Number I Funeral services were keld at
Miles Coverdale, an English I The American coin called i To Hold MeetingAlpha I Died Friday NightElsie I I 4G. of St Cloud, she had held 10:30 A.M. Itoesday from the

religious leader, made the the nickel consists of one Eta Chapter of Delta Minnie Gilles 57. of Kis- several offices in that organiza-i!iGrissom Chapel, with the Rev.
II first complete translation of II part nickel and three parts Play For Children I Kappa Gamma International Society I simmee Park, passed away Friday tion. Kenneth I( >E Thornton" Minister

the Bible.into English. copper. of Women teachers will,I evening after a lengthy ill Survivors include her husband, of the First Baptist Chun, ofSt.
- -- ------- On Saturday August 24 the I purchased at the door prior to meet at the home of Mrs. Arnold Roger Gilles. Two daughters Cloud. oaIde nc. Casket-

p Kissimmee Jr. Woman's dub (I the performance and from mem- I George Y. Bast Jr. on Kings ness.Born September 25, 1905 in I Mrs. Ray Seaver, Kissim- bearers were Messrs.' Eddie
will give the youngsters of Kls i bars of the Jr. Woman's Club. Road when they open their fall i Jersey City, New Jersey, the mee Park and Mrs. Jimmy Holbrook Knoebel, A. L. Lewis, Otis Sel-

I simmee an opportunity to see a To help cover cost of insurancean I schedule August 24th. A. six-i daughter of Albert Krause and George Air Force Base, lers Buddy Story, day Whaley
professional stage play written admission of only 25c will be thirty supper meeting is-planned.Mrs. 'i, Minnie Hoegel 'Krause, she had Calif. Four brothers, Albert and Dr. A. E. Wh e'.ObHquies'
4fr and produced especially for charged both children and I Byron Baird president,' been> a resident of Kissimmee Krause Yakima, Washington; at Osceola Memory Gardens
them. adults. Mrs. Claude K. Whatley will make a report of the South Park for the past 43 years. I Herbert K r a use Kissimmee were conducted by St. Cloud
This civic-minded organizationhas and Mrs. Charles Jackson are 'east Regional Convention which She was a member of the Park and Miami; Arthur Krause Chapter Number 46. Order of
agreed to act as general ir charge of the arrangementsto she attended July 29th through First Baptist Church, St Cloud Biloxi Mississippi and Freddie the Eastern Star. Grtosom FUneral -
agent for the Merry Minstrels, a bring the Merry Minstrels to 31 in Gatlinburg Tenn. Mrs. and Osceola County Home Demonstration Krause. Narcoossee. One sister, Home was in charge of
group of 7 actors and techni- this community. Woodrow Ezzard will lead group dub. Mrs. Minnie Ireland, Fort Wai- arrangements.Trfc .

cians from community theatres sinzinz. /
ti and drama schools throughout Mrs. Schweikart Assisting the hostess will be
Central and North Central Flo Miss Mary Gordon and Mrs.
i rida. The purpose of the groupis Feted On Birthday Edna Hansen. W1 ttrecc wc booJ

to bring good live entertain- I ,
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Emma Schweikart
Mrs.
I ment to the children of Florida was'I 1963 Boat-A-Cade "
who was 94 July 28th, 4or.
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and thus preserve the place of iw
I honored with a belated birth-
live theatre in modem society. Committees Named I
I Locally the group will perform day dinner Sunday at Chas- t'7 ood ough for us !
i MORE LAND The Town Mouse and The Country -I tains'Celebrating Restaurant.with her were the Committee 1963 Boat-a-cade assignments were for :,: e

Mousea play adapted named this week K. .
Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Hill of I II by C. -
from,the famous fable by Aesop -
Birmingham, Ala, E. T. Moore, president.
t. FOR THE MONEY at the Osceola at 1:30 High p.m.School Auditorium -,I Schweikart, Kissimmee, Mr., They are as follows: Liai- C -) .

Although the play .is written and Mrs. Jerry Schweikart, son with flood control, Paul -::::
I and son Randy, Tangelo Park Riggs; Liaison with the South-
primarily for the entertainmentof
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roebuck port dedication committee
1 youngsters between the ages Eau Gallie, and Mrs. MildredL. Riggs and Russell Thacker; :
of 4 and 12, it will also
Clearing land will give you more usable children of all appealto Myers, Orlando. marking river, Dick Davis .
ages. Playing I Mrs. Schweikart, a former,.and Joe Shey; boat show, Bill 4c1T\
time is minutes with in-
t area for ranching, growing, building or termission.fifty no resident of Kissimmee, Is nowa Mores and Howell Jones; '
f 'I I resident of the Clear Lake safety, Arlo Lawrence and
t developing. tools Ticket headquarters for the
Special
are designedfor I
Manor Nursing Home, Orlando. Sherwood Brown; publicity :
local performance will be set
up
Leo Schumaker, Ransom
Caterpillar.built tractors, especially I In front of Winn Dixie, Friday I Downs and Jack McCollum
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evening August 23, and in front Kilawa Crater in the Hawaiian I
for Florida gifts Bob Allen, Max Oelick
land clearing removing of Hunt Brothers on Saturday Island has a circumference -I ,
and Downs brochure, Schu
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II II August 24. Tickets may also be of 8 miles. I
stumps, brush, palmettos and trees. !maker and Fred McDaniel,
I i judge, McCollum; fireworks, ,
There are men, too, who specialize' i Bill Boyd and Wells Moon.
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1' I The Kiwanis Club will take 1/'t't/
!in. land clearing in your area most of : : I care of the registration of the ydPH

them operate CaterPillar-built tractors. COLOR PRINTS Boat-A-Cadeers, the Rotary
Club will handle the parkingand
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These men, like their machines, are trailer hauling and the
from Lions will sponsor a fish fry. miser?
dependable, because they are backed by '" -. NEW ROLLS OF LEGAL N0hZNOTICE Are you mattress
:KODACOLOR LEFT FOR
I OF INTENTION TO
Rozier Service. You know -the I I
you'll get DEVELOPING t PRINTING MAKE FINAL DISCHARGE
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. '
best job, when you want it. ; t2: EXPOSURES'GUARANTEEDfatal OSCEOLA FLORIDA COUNTY- Many people are stingier with themselves on mattresses than with

,tJ fedege face t2Z2RBLACK .. IN RE: ESTATE OF anything else. in life. They are sleepskates. -
More productive land means more. KATHERINE HOSTETLER .
DeceasedTO for lumpy old mattress they bought or
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN They'll go years on a
land for The money. Call the man who : that Edith inherited when they were married and couldn't afford a better one.
Notice Is hereby given
Hostetler has filed. her final return -
operates Caterpillar machines from as executrix of the estate of Nobody sees it, so what's the difference! You sleep on it, sowhat's
a WHITE Katherine Hosteller deceased; that
Rozier. she has filed petition for final discharge the difference!
and thai she will apply to
the Honorable O. P. Johnson. But, oh the improvement in sleep they could have on a brand
QUALITY PRINTS County Judge of Osceola County.
i Florida on the 23rd day of September new Beautyrest by Simmons! With a new Beautyrest they'd
1963 for approval of same and
p i for final discharge as executrix of wonder why they ever put up with that old third-grade monster
the estate of Katherine Hostetler. .
J os. L.ROZIER.. Adit*iff? FOR deceased. mattress from earlier days.
I ei This 19th day of August A.D.
II I II I '? PXPOiUHES GUARANTEEDHUNT 1963././ Edith Hostetler Every three or four years they'll buy a new car on which the

Edith Executrix Hostetler of the estate of first year's depreciation is from $500 to $1,000. But they may

Katherine deceased Hostetler hesitate to spend $79.50 on a new Beautyrest(or only about $10

MACHINERY co. Murray W. Overstreet Jr. more on a supersize) which will last at least 10 years.
Attorney for executrix
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Year of Issuance May 29. 196L IX THE COURT OF THE COUNTY i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB i 21. Township 25 South Range 29 . '.' The Kbaimmee ttuefte Kissimmee, Ffeu' 1 en.. Attest X, 1.163s
LEGAL NOTICES Description of Property: MtAtell JUDGE, CHANCERY '. .
OSCEOLA COUNTY TAX DEED I East.Name I MYERSPklnutl.-** I r --
Manor Unit 1 BUt 14 Lots 1 to 8 FLORIDA. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN In which assessed: Ray- I .' ty. Florida ana tae seta of sale same and for finalAdmlnfettator ....... U
APPLICATION FOB
NOTICE OF Inc Section 35, Township 31 South. mond .
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS THAT Grady Cromartle. the E. Hearn. et ux.: VL Court at Kissimmee, Osceola Coun of the at1ate ofI
TAX DEED GIVEN Range 33 East. IN RE ESTATE OF ) of the following certificates has Certificate No. 111. JUNA DAWN ROY MrE tS. ty. Florida. on the 29th day of Marton H Johns decease
THAT NOTICE Leroy IS Bass.HEREBY the holder ol E.Name Johnson.in which assessed Cynthia. NEWTON HARRELL ) filed said certificates for a tax Year of Issuance May 29, 1961. Defendant.NOTICE > July. AD. 1963.RAY I This 12th day of Augvtt. ****.
has filed STRICKLAND ) deed to be Issued thereon. The Description of Property: Orange TO DK7EXDThe la/ CARL, A. .JOHNS
the following certificates Certificate No. 20T. Deceased. ) certificate numbers and years of i Blossom Addn Blk CS Beg at SW State of Florida to JUNA Clerk: of the Circuit A4mtetrtor of Estate of
said certificates for a tax deed to Year of Issuance May 29 1961. To all Creditors. Legatees Dis ear lot 27E of BUt E. run W 200' tke
the I Osceola
The certificate fokosseePark Issuance description of the DAWN ROY MYERS. 917 North Court. County. Maybe R Jotas deecaaedBrinson
be issued thereon. Description of Property: tributees and all Persons having property, and the names in whichit S 20y. E 200', to SW cor lot 22E. Gaytord. Lndington. Mtehlxan. You FILSEAL
numbers and years of issuance, th Unit A to 48. Claims or Demands said :N 200" to pcb Section 32. Township and McWhtrterAttorneys
and Tlok 1100 Loth against was assessed are as follows are hereby notified that a suit Inequity ( ) at Law
description of the property. Section 34. South. Estate: Certificate No. 28. I 25: South. Range 29 East.Name for divorce has been"brought THACKER AND THACKER Ktsstownee. Florida
the names In which It was assessed Range 34 East. You and each of you are requiredto Year of Issuance 1961. In which assessed: Un- KENNETH W for Plaintiff
May 29. against you by Attorneys 1S6S
follows: which assessed Z. R. known AggMt 1$ 1!. 29. Sea*. S
In
are as Name :
present any claims which Kissimmee. Florida
you. Description of Property: James MYERS In the Circuit Court of the Box 527
Certificate 191. Katz et aLCertificate or either of you may have against Lee N I f said property being in the 22. 1963
1961.. 19' of Lots 2. Canint Ninth Judicial Circuit In and for Aug. 1. 8. 15.
Year of Issuance May 29. I No. 208 the estate of NEWTON HARRELL 4South. dSection of Osceola. State of Florida.
3 &: 21. Township 25: County of Osceola. State of Florida Social Security
Description of Property High Year of Issuance May 29, 1961. STRICKLAND, deceased, late of Unless such certificate or certificates -
I' COURT OF
Range 29 East and you are hereby summoned or- IN TIlE THE
5 &
Blk 27 Lots 6.
B
Prairie Sec : Description of Property Lokossee Osceola County, Florida to the Name in which assessed Un- shall be redeemed according dered and required to tile COUNTY JUDGE. OSCEOLA
your
31 South. : I l Official To Be HereA
Township
Section 21. I Park Unit A Blk 18 Lots 2 &: 3. County Judge of said County at known. to law the property described in written answer or defense to the COUNTY. FLORIDA
Range 33 East.Name Section 34. Township 31 South. hU office in the Court House at Certificate No. 70. such certificate or certificates, will Complaint filed herein against you No. 5S72
in which assessed: H. B. Range 34 East. Kiuimmee. Florida within six cal- Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. be sold to the highest bidder at the In the above entitled cause, tn the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO representative of the Social
Phillips Name in which assessed. : Z. R.Katz endar months from the date of the I[C" w Hoc! I>-w on the flr t Mnn-
No. 198. Description of Property: Marydla office of the Clerk of the Circuit MAKE APPLICATION FOR Security Administration District
Certificate al
et
first publication of this Notice. Blk 62 Lots 5 & day in the month of September. In and for Osceola County.
6. Section Court FINAL DISCHARGEIN
3. Town-
:Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. All of said property being in the Office Orlando will be at the
of Property: East Each claim or demand must be in ship 25 South. Range 29 East. 1963. which is the 2nd day of Sep- Florida at his office In the Court ; RE: THE ESTATE OR in
Description of Osceola. State of Florida
County
Highland Park BUt 7 Lots 1 to 4 Unless such certificate or I writing and must state the placeof Name in which assessed Ruby tember 1963. House In Kissimmee. Florida on :MARION H. JOHNS $ |Community House in KtoriranM
Inc Section 35. Township 31 South cates shall be redeemed residence of the claimant and Dolphus 19 ted this lit day of August. or before the 39th day of August. I IN PROBATE ''on Monday September 16 and
must be sworn to by the claimant I
Certificate No. 71. AD. 1963. and to serve a copy of TO ALl. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
cerUn-l.
Range Name 33 In East.which assessed: HallleHarrington. I'to such law certificate the property or his agent or attorney, or the same Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) such answer or defenses upon I !Monday, September 30 1963 b:-
i be sold to the highest bidder at will become void according to law. DescrIption of Property: Marydla /GLENN RAY I Thacker and Thacker.'Plaintiffs attorneys NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN i Uween the hours of 9:00 am
I This the 26th day of July. 1963. BIt Clerk of Circuit Court.
68 Lots 6 herein whose address is Johns
No. 199. i thru 11 &: 14. Section THAT Carl A. has filed his
Certificate Court House Door on the first Monday I
Year of Issuance May 29, 1961. In the month of September. '.! /sHenry S. Strickland nTowmhli_ .5 South. Range 23 Aug. Osceola County Florida I Box 527. Kissimmee FlMitfa. On *r i final report as Administrator of I and DOOR.I .
; Executor of the of L 8. 15. 22. 1963
Description of Property: Magic;,1963, which is the 2nd day of Sep-t Estate before said date as required T>y lawIf the Estate of Marlon H. Johns deceased This service is made availableto
Heights Blk 5 Lots 27 &: 28 Section'tember.: 1963. NEWTON HARRELL Name In which assessed: Hoy you fall to do so. a Decree' Pro ; that he has filed petitionfor those who wish to apply for
35. Township 31 South. Range 33:,,i Dated this 1st day of August. 1963. STRICKLAND. deceased. Anderson I i, NOTICE: TO DEFEND Confesso will be entered againstyou final discharge and that be I
:.(CIRCUIT ) : THACKER AND THACKERBox Certificate No. 14. I I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF for the relief demanded In the will apply to. the Honorable O P. Old-Age and Survivors Insurance
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Name In which assessed: LevIe / / UTSEALs 527. Kissimmee Fla. Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Complaint. i Johnson. County Judge of Osceola benefits. Social Security account t
Ullson A.I I Clerk of Circuit Court. I I Attorneys for Executor. DesCription of Property: Magnolia IN AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. WITNESS my hand as Clerk: of County. Florida on the 9th day of
Certificate o. 200. ;I I I Osceola! County Florida.. ...I Aug. 1. 8. 15. 22. 1963 Park Blk 50 Lots 35 & 36. Section I STATE OF FLORDA. IN said Circuit Court of Osceola.Count I:September 1963 for approval of numbers or obtain information


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NOTICE or INTENTION TO IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I
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MAKK APPLICATION FOB COURT IN AND FOR ITOVIS
e RmioSAYOu:
ARTICLES FOR RENTITS : [ FINAL DISCHARGE OSCEOLA COUNTY. CbB. ,
... J REALTORAMAOFF II IN THE COURT OF THE!: COUNTY STATE OF FLORIDAIN
FOR SALE JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY WILLIAM RE ESTATE ADAM OF MARTIN, USED Parks Furniture Ce.
FLORIDA.IN
FURNITURE
TERRIFIC the Tvay we're 4 RE: THE ESTATE PROBATEIN OF NOTICE Deceased.TO CREDITORSTO Saw ForF*.. sp.........Yew
selling Blue Lustre for clean- NEPTUNE DRIVE HERMAN CARL WICK.Deceased. ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES .ll-Thurmond a aJCHRAfOa
BARGAIN BARN : DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL I.
C.nab le: Zipper* s.; Tooth ing rugs and upholstery. Rent TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR 1015 WMtChwnh ORLANDOFUwrs ....... 47-4171
I.
Rrathe* 7e; Ear Bob Sc; Shoes electric shampooer 100. I IN IDORA PARK : DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE !
ale; S ek. lie; PilUw TV; Parks Furniture Notice Is hereby given that I :
Skirt SI; Pants $1; Dr ... Company. I bave filed my- final report as ,Administrator YOU AND EACH OF YOU are t. For AH Occasions
$1.M; Bars 35c; Njrl.a. Sc; of the Estate of Herman I hereby notified and required to Science 1
Hiaklet 8c: Pasties Me; Belts FOR RENT-Two houses 2 bedrooms Carl Wick deceased: that I present any claims which you. or Christian
15e; Caps 15e; Spread. t2M:, each screened porches ENJOY GRACIOUS LIVING IN have filed petition for final discharge either of you. may have against ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
Hair Nets 4c; T-Shlrts He; f HOME and that I will apply to the estate of William Adam Martin I Society
Nearly erybodr Trades at The nice shade. Reasonable rates. I THIS ATTRACTIVE I II Honorable O. P. Johnson. deceased late of Beaver lat. sled. Mt of Back
Bergala l Bara. Come t* Slbert No pets. Itt-miles south of i A I count Judge of Osceola County County. State of Pennsylvania Matk M ....
Mills Warehouse IB Davenport. 1t Florida. on the 30th day of Aug with the County Judge of Osceola > tOe X. Kan4.lpli
Immediately. Foll.w the aifvs. Post Office. Phone 847-3527 or : i t ust 1963 for approval of same and County at Kissimmee Florida. 25 ROADWAY M7-4Stl S-.y Senket. . . . 11 ....

BARGAIN BARN. 847-3626. for final discharge as Administrator within six calendar months from, 1l..I . . . *. ....
Ope Week Days Aad Bandar*. I LOT 72' x 105- BEAUTIFUL OAK, HICKORY of the estate of HERMAN CARL the date of the first publication of |,. SeII4ey

!FOR RENT: One and two bed AND ELM TREES. WICK This 1st deceased day of August, AD 1963 must this notice.be In writing Each claim and or must demand state I, LEARN BARBERING I I

BOAT FOR SALE-16' fibre-I room trailers by week or I the place of residence of the I I ta
Administrator lasers Year fstare awellpajriaff
by
and be sworn to j
of the claimant
month. Rainbow Mobile Homes 2 BEDROOMS 1 BATH I GREEN'S FUEL
glass. offshore type wide. : I Estate ofHERMAN Claimant his agent or attorney. professloaDay
deep safe. Side curtains, back I, and Trailer Park Michigan I II CB CONSTRUCTION .. .. ,:. CARL WICK. or the same will become void ac- V.A.* Night ApproTe4 Classes-

drop. New convertible top and Ave. tt mile off Vine Street LARGE SCREENED PORCH. ". y THACKER deceased.AND THACKERBox cording This 9th to law.day of August, 1963. I Orlando Barber College Sales c Service

new battery. 35 HP electric I Past Bowling alley. : Kissimmee. Fla. sMary Oberg Martin sell 8. Orange Blosson Tr.
JI Attorneysmsy' for Administrator Mary Oberg Martin OA.-4178
starting Evinrude and trailer. of P11011647.4172. M7-417I
APARTMENTS FOR RENT-J9 $9,500 : August 8. 15 22, 1963. Domiciliary Executrix I.
847-4361 after 5 p.m. or Sat.t ..t.- estate of William Adam KISS 1M MIl
;i 81 $12 per week. Mrs. Paul NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOB Martin deceased .
urday. j TAX DEED s/ Phillip R. Kelley SAND ROCK Phone
Davis, 114 Emmett Street. For Co Delivery:

KEROSENE FUEL OIL- WilL- I 1 I LOW, LOW DOWN PAYMENT. ';.:: THAT NOTICE Henry IS O.HEREBY Partin &GIVEN Sons. P.O Phillip Box R.331.Kelley Kissimmee. Fla. MORTAR MIX Harold Wigd 847-2038

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer '76 A MONTH. .. Inc.. the holders of the following Attorney for Executrix STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Hokhor 847-4539
apartments with lake and shuf- certificates have filed said certificates August 15.: 22. 29. Sept. 5. 1963 Konnslh lied,"
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 for a tax deed to be Issued 892-7695 (St. Cloud)
fleboard. By week month or, thereon. The certificate numbers !
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941.
year. Capitol Motel St. Cloud FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS and years of Issuance the descrip- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS For Gas Service: PhoneJ.
tion of the property and the namesin I NAME LAW ITO i. Row** 847-4062
Hwy. 441. which it was assessed are as, ALL WHOM IT L I Robert ABon
I follows I MAY CONCERN r Emory Bremen 847-4570
BEDROOM SUITE FOR RENT- hoom unfurnished INC. Certificate No. 124. I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN | Iso Cirourd 847-2061
of Issuance 29, to the 'Fictitious
Year May that
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DOUBLE DRESSER II house. 8 Brack Street Call 847- Description Property: 1961.ga Name pursuant Statute:' Section 865.09: of I I R. K Hall 8921212. St. Cloud

I, 3702 after 6 p.m. '2 Broadway Kissimmee Manor Unit A Bile 6South.12ong the 1941 Florida Statutes, the undersigned -, or coil H. T. Simmons Mgr
FULL WIDTH MIRROR tion 5. Township who are the only Pu.1ties 847-4819
847-3156 847-3157 30 East. interested In the hereinafter;
LARGE CHESTBOOKCASE FOR RENT-Furnished 3-room Name In which assessed: F. B. named business enterprise will pre- KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX Robert O'Rwy 847-3219
apartment garage. Pleasant Thoman. sent proof of publication of this c. G. Tyn r 847-4487
BED Certificate No. 131. Notice and register with the Clerkof I
home widow retired John Evans, St Cloud
for or DOWN-Extra large choice Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. the Circuit Court of Osceola) Phone: 847.3524 8923482Radio
DOUBLE SIZE
couple. 215 Verona. 8474942. $10 Description of Property: S. L. & County. Florida the fictitious name j I
homesites trailers or business I. C. Lot 29. Section 14. Township "Credit Bureau Kissimmee. St. "I L I _
Walnut Finish with month. Electric and 27 South. Range 30 East. Cloud and Osceola County. under 1
FOR RENT: Two room apart- lots; $8
business
Name in which assessed: MarJorie which they are engaged in SERVICE
Plastic Tops apartment. Airconditioned good water. Tropical Park on Sammons.All at McCrory Bldg.. Kissimmee Os, and SALZS -
of said property being in the ceola County. Florida. this 2nd
Morefield Building opposite Route 441 in North Kissimmee. ELECTRICAL
Regular p159.95.REPOSSESSED. NEEDED AT ONCE-Full or County of Osceola. State of Flor. day of August, A. D. 1963. APPLIANCES
postoffice. Also furnishedhouse part-time man or woman to Selling out leaving Kissimmee. ida.Unless MR. LOUIS P. BECK. I co.run.o.r rutNBMws
such certificate or certificates Aug. 8. 15. 22. 29. 1963 ,
and T
apartment. in .
SAME garage serve Watkins customers shall be redeemed accordingto
606 Emmett. Kissimmee. Earn $65.00 and law the property described in NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I V ARKS FURNITURE CO.
AS NEW. NOW 90. LARGE TRAILER PARK Sub- such certificate or certificates will MAKE APPLICATION FOR 1
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment up weekly. No investment. Set division. Best cash offer. Ed- be sold to the highest bidder at FINAL DISCHARGE : fltllSMMI -St. Qo>l
i( your own hours. Write C. R. the Court House Door on the first IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
I reasonable rent. Call O. Box die demons, Route 5, Box 391. Monday In the month of September. JUDGE 0 S CEO L A COUNTY, "
Good Mattressand 847-3013 after 5 p.m. or contact Ruble. Dept. A-3, P. Kissimmee. Selling out, leaving 1963. which is the 2nd day of FLORIDA.In .
2447, Memphis, TenD.WOMENClristmas September. 1963. RE ESTATE OF I I CLEANERSNORRIS
Boxs ring 'I Mrs. Jane Stanko 203 South Kissimmee. I Dated this 1st day of August. FAY MORSE-IN PROBATE.TO NORRIS

Also Available. Clyde Avenue. 1963 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN -I
selling ,13 LOTS, 2 HOUSES Orange i (CIRCUITs COURT SEAL) ; ,
I FOR RENT-Furnished apartment starts early with Avon Cos extra choice location, / GLEN RAY Notice is hereby given that P. CLEANERS Will CLOSE FOR VACATION
grove Clerk of Circuit Court Kenneth Morse has filed his final'report '
reasonable rent. Call 847- metics-part or full time-val- $17,500.00. Income $150 month. Osceola County. as Ancillary Executor of the AUGUST 3rd TO SEPTEMBER 2nd.
uable sales territory now avail- Florida. Estate of Morse deceased i _
Fay
3013 after 5 contact Eddie demons 847-2380 Trop- ; t
p. m or Aug. 1. 8, 15.: 22. 1963 that he has filed petition for final i
KISSIMMEEFURNITURE I I Mrs. Jane Stanko 203 South able. Write Avon Manager, ical Park. Selling out, leaving discharge and that he will apply Ito I
Avenue. P.O. Box 2427 Vero Beach, Kissimmee. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB the Honorable O. P. Johnson.?: KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
Clyde TAX DEED County Judge of Osceola County. ;
Florida. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida on the 3rd day of Sept. i 847.4941
STOREFOR I FOR SALE: Three bedroom THAT Henry O. Partin err Sons. 1963. for approval of same and for' 103 East Dakin Telephone
\ LOST AND house Inc.. the holders of the following final discharge as Ancillary Executor -j
In Idora Park. Lot 150
.1 x I certificates have filed said certificates of the Estate of Fay Morse. I
300. Air conditioned. Priced to, for a tax deed to be Issued deceased. '
.i FOUND .1I sell. Contact 847- thereon. The certificate numbers This 29th day of ;July 1963. I'I''I' i
QUALITY COMMERCIAL I Betty Eby, and years of I Issuance! the description P. KENNETH MORSE. |
2881 or 841-<<266. of the property and the namesIn Ancillary Executor of 1
PRINTING call the Gazette office FOUND-One fly-rod and reel j which it was assessed are. as follows the Estate of i,
8472881. Free estimateson :'I WANTED Responsible !FOR SALE Building lots in FAY MORSE deceased. ROTHROCKSEPTIC
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outfit. Come in, identify and Certificate No. 124. Brinson & McWhirter I I
an types of job printing at pay for this ad if its yours. party wants to lease from I| Johnson Park replat with all I Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. Attorneys at Law i 4
Description of Property: Toliga Kissimmee. Florida I
reasonable price f improvements. FHA
approved.
I t Makinson Hardware. approx. 3000 to 7000 acres i Manor Unit A Blk 60 Lot 12. Section Aug. 8. 15.: 22. 29. 1963 j I
-- __. 1.500)() each. 1.15 lots. See 5. Township 26 South Range
I of land for hunting rights. I Charles B. Gonyo, 1405 Emmett "! 30 East. NOTICE TO BIDDERS | TANK CO
Name In which assessed F. B.
4 : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENto
;- ITS Reply to Route 5, Box Street Phone 847-Sm { Thoman. all Interested bidders. that the 1
\
t Certificate No. 131. Board of County Commissioners of <
.I 304A, Kissimmee,Florida.' Year of Issuance May 29. 1961. Osceola County. Florida. will re- '! Culvert Tile for
I LEGAL NOTICES f Description of Property: S. 1. & celve sealed bids until 10:00 A.M : Driveways
I. C. Lot 29. Section 14. Township August 26. 1963. for 100 or more j i Tanks-a size for need.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S i 27 South. Range 30 East. spools of twelve and one-half : Septic every
I' Name In which assessed; Marjorte (122,4) gauge. four (4) point barbed ';
COURT IN AND FOR
SammonsAll Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
OSCEOLA COUNTY. : wire. Delivery to be made to'
FORCOOKING STATE OF FLORIDA '! of said property being in the Osceola County Barn at Klsslm- I.
4 County of Osceola. State of Florida.
mee Park. Florida. All bids shall
IN RE
ESTATE OF I .
REAL ESTATE Unless such certificate or certificates -
WILLIAM ADAM MARTIN. set forth the approximate delivery
shall be redeemed accordingto
Deceased. !+ law the property described In date.Immediately 15 Years Experience
following the time
NOTICE TO CREDITORS !
such certificate or certificates will shown above the proposals received K. C. ROTHROCK and
GOOD real
PAYING six percent TO ALL CREDITORS LEGA-1 I be sold to the highest bidder at will be publicly opened and owner operator I
estate contracts to deed large TEES. DISTRIBUTEES AND ALL i i the Court House Door on the first read. .

. says the modern house discounts Safe investment. DEMANDS PERSONS HAVING AGAINST CLAIMS SAID ESTATE OR-I Monday In the month of September. The County reserves the right to '
1963. which Is the 2nd day of
t reject any and all bids and to
wife who prefers for cotk :
gas
Eddie demons, 8472380. Sell September. 1963.
inn because !it is faster YOU AND EACH OF YOU are I' waive formalities. i
. Dated this 1st day of August. '
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS- Transit-Mix Co.
out Kissimmee.
more flexible with fingertip ing leaving hereby notified and required to'!' 1963. SIONERS OF OSCEOLA I j Located at Kissimmee

control . cleaner . and either present ox an/,you claims may which have you against or >'! (CIRCUIT/GLENN COURT SEAL RAY ) COUNTY. FLORIDA I I
more economical! Whether By HARRIS G. DANIEL
the estate of William Adam Martin -
Clerk of Circuit Court.
you desire a full porcelain 1 1I 1I. deceased. Jite of Beaver !| Osceola County. Florida Chairman
SEAL
( ) PHONE
automatic gas range or the County. State of Pennsylvania. Aug. 1, 8. 15 22. 1963 August 15. 22. 1963 : 847-3524
with the County Judge of Osceola
I. new built-in gas range units x County at Kissimmee. Florida.
your C rasa's Fuel Gas dealer within six calendar months from I
has a wide assortment of models the date of the first publication of
: to choose from. He will this notice. Each claim or demandmust

:t assist you to live in modern 1 the place be In writing of residence and must of state the STEEL SALESANY

t comfort and conTcnienee.GREEN'S .a claimant and be sworn to by.

Claimant, his agent or attorney DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
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or the same will become void according I
/ to law. I I i

FUEL 1 m This sMary 9th day Oberg of August Martin, 1963. I Competitively Priced

1 1 Mary Oberg Martin '

THE Wcduka/L GAS I EENFUEI estate Ancillary of William Executrix Adam of 4 TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS

Martin deceased I
I I s/ Phillip R. Kelley ; HORSI TRAJURS AND UTILITY TRAHIRS

PARKS FURNITURE CO. I I I. P.O.Phillip Box R.331.Kelley Kissimmee.-Fla. t BUILT AND REPAIRED

Attorney for Executrix I ..
I.I I August 22. 29. Sept. 5. 12. 1963 I Cos*!*.MsUs WUb*SVsp-Al Wo* i G-...........
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances" I ,

NOTICE TO BIDDERS Ortonsto ...., .
KISSIMMEE NOTICE Old Hwy. Uvot tock Moritot.Rf.
ST. CLOUD IS HEREBY GIVEN to I
all Interested bidders that the 1, ftox 15I.A KI..I.........
847-4171 892-2011 Board of County Commissioners of
I Osceola County. Florida will re- .
celve sealed bids until 10:00 A.M.. :
August 26. 1963. for building ap-1 I LOU YOUNG WELDING I.
;proximately fourteen (14) miles of ,
; fence along the right of way Of >
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: rv Fellsmere Grade. Each bid '
sub-
S For Any Of 'I mltted shall be mace on a per mile : PHONE 847-3898
basis. The County shall clear the tRUGGED
right of way and furnish posts |
t wire and materials to the site UNIVERSAL
These ServicesNew
I I Contractor to furnish truck and '
I adequate workmen compensation
insurance OSCEOLA TIRE
Houses Immediately following the time I
above shown. the proposals received SERVICECustom
: will be publicly opened and :! / ar.
CommercialStructures
read.Thhe County reserves the right I I

t reject formalities.any and all bid and towaive I| Recapping W

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 223 S. BERMUDA
Remodeling OF OSCEOLA I t
COUNTY. FLORIDA : PHONE 847-2207
By HARRIS a DANIEL
Additions
VACATIONTIME I Chairman I
SEAL) :
I, Aluminum August 15. 22. 1963

I!. Siding IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S / IEw1sE.1 I
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.. can also be crime time if you leave home I COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY
and possessions unprotected. Vandalism your burglary, Ahiiminiim I FLORIDA.NO. : !Heavy gauge steel body resists the pounding of off-road I ) ECONOMIZE

IN RE: ESTATE Of : operation! ECONOMICAL! Thrifty 4-cylinder Hurricane engine!
fire and windstorm can make your return an unhappy ; Awnings I AMELIA S. KECK. Deceased a
one without adequate 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO POWERFUL! High torque at low r.p.m.- terrific low gear power! 1 Extra QsaHty Blocks

protection.Call I Storefront II SLAKE APPLICATION FOR I I VERSATILE! Pushes pulls winches trenches does hundredsof

us before you leave. We can be helpful. I ALL FINAL WHOM DISCHARGETO IT MAY CON. i iI jobs! GOES-ANYWHERE! 'Jeep 4-wheel drive traction climbs At Ne Extra Cost

PHONE 847-4121 Marquee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 65% grades goes through mud. snow or sand! Use tested and

i Estimates that Murray W. OverstreeC Jr.. i abuse tested. 3 sizes and 5 different tops. See them today.CORPORATION 5-, d 1047-421
I has filed his final return as Executor -! l
of the estate of Amelia s. :I tKAls.R TOLEDO r. OHIO ,
L U P FER' S I! SEE Keck. deceased: that he has filed I'
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I I [ that petition he will for final apply discharge to the Honorable and.I' CARL SCHMIDT RAMBLER Meaber of Osccola ixmsty BnBdera. Asadatlo.OSCIOLA .

O. P. Johnson. County Judgeof I
, \ I K. C. Moore :Jr. Osceola County. Florida. on the
\1 1suranceJ\gency. Ii I 16th day of September 1963. for I JEEP DIVISION I CEMENTPAoDucsS.
i : approval of same and for final 2506 ORANGE BLOSSOM TRAIL '
TRIANGLE discharge as Executor of the Es-I
j tate of Amelia S. Keck deceased.! KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I II
1918--1963 < I
t BUILDING This 12th day of August. 1963 I INC.NEPTUNE
sf MURRAY W. OVERSTREET Jr .
; 11 Stewart St. Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.. Executor I KAISER PRESENTS THE ;

12 r..way-Next To The gink-847-4121: : : Phone 847-2278 Amelia of S.the Keck Estate deceased.of LLOYD BRIDGES SHOW rUES,, ./ & P. M. ,' ROAD a: q-. ..

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