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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: September 5, 1963
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00295
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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i : VOL 69-NO. 39 o.o. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1963 Established 847-2S81 1894Pnona PRICE TEN CENTS


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Several thousand school-age | The beginning of each I ; : ....
'. I children opened the doors of |I school year means a new
S i,' Osceola County schools Tues-; schedule and from this are!' '..
day for the 1963-64 terms. bound to rise problems." t'| '

jt The coming fall and spring Stephens said that the first|
h terms opened with the usual day of school this term had!
novations that should bring functioned as planned without:
novating that should bring any unfortunate incidents. ': t Mw
about needed changes. I i Enrollment was up slightly'
First, a new allocation by I In the overall county school
the State Legislature upping picture. F
...t the text book expenditurefrom Osceola Senior High has an
$9,996 to $17,086 for Os- enrollment of 669 as opposedto
ceola County. Secondly the a 607 enrollment last year.
badly needed additions to the Osceola Junior High has an
new Junior High School enrollment of 375 and had a
which should be completedthis 371 enrollment during the 62-
term. 63 sessions. I IKissimmee
"We have the same problems Elementary has :
this year as before" said a 7761} 'enrollment and Highlands -
County School Superintend. I mementary has a 554'
t ent William Stephens in an* C2 J mbIned total of 1330 I'

o Interview with the Gazette. asiDpSiLLed to 1297 enrollmentlast I.L

trzi < F.' "The biggest problem we year.
face each year is transporta- St. Cloud High has a 571
i ton. The County requires that enrollment and had a 542 registration .
!'we pick up students from out- I during 1962-63
(side a two mile radius from Jefferies Elementary is
I CLEANUP JOB-Sixty-one children from the Dellwood 'the school involved. Our down from 517 to 510 this

Park area were guest of Al and Rita Hunt last week county: is spread out and we
year.Deer
j when they entertained with their seventh annual "Back I(haven't really adequate facilities Park increased one
i but if parents will be from 67 to 68 and Kenansville
To School Party. Here Mark Miller, Donny Johnson, patient with us, we're confi- lost 12 from 33 to 21.

Bruce Albright and Nannette Williamson clean up in a I'dent we can work out a suit KIssimmee High had an In-

Tupperware salad bowl basin after helping to consume able transportation schedule. crease of 18 from 500 to 518.
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I, five gallons of ice cream plus all the other necessary in !, _

gredients made into two giant sundaes.'The kids brought Jr. FootballProgram _
their own spoons and ate out of the same dish. High
if OSCEOLA HIGH KOWBOYS-Members of the 1963-64 melt Spencer Overstreet, Eugene Spiers, Frank Marshall

edition of the Osceola High School football squad are pictured Steve Parker Steve Yowell, Richard Bryant, Gary Land,

Gardens I ChangedAll above. They are, front row from left Robert Baker, Aaron Baxter. Third row, from left Corky Parker Elmer

L Orange Gary Still, Lou Tarcai, Gary Hileman, Charles White, Ed Horn, Bob Magnaghi, Jim Barber, Jim Crum, Wayne

parents of Junior High boysare require that each boy buy the Harnell, Vance Bass, Jim Sabetto, Bill Hankins and Mas Kauffman, Jim Greenough, Chuck Whalen Earl Johns,

To being asked to attend an $2.00 insurance plan. This is not cot-Mike Yearwood. Second row, from left Gary Dym- Sidney Bronson and Mike Bast. (Photo by HamHek)
OSeason Open House at the Junior High ..only good for the football program
: :. tonight September 5th at 8 p.m. but also throughout the en Have 33
,.......,... .The football program will be explained -tire school year. Football Kickoff Kowboys
1 The Orange Gardens Civic Association elude: George Glover selected to' and the equipment will
opened their Fall season continue as chairman of the building be on display. Also questions concerning The school will supply the uniforms -
this ,week with the first meeting and grounds committee; the program will be an- except the shoes which Men On TeamWith
': will be tennis shoes and may be Barbecue PlannedPresident
scheduled to be' tonight at the Frank Knapp membership committee swered.
i used in the whole
community building ; Charles C. Peterson i, The program this year calls for physical education only two weeks remain son and currently have 33 arid-
A Smorgasbord supper will beheld chairman of the Garden dub and i intra mural type ball within the program. No cleats will be of the Athletic Association gold varsity jackets are also! ing before football season swings* ders suited out for practice.
j; at 6:30. followed by a busi- hobbies committee; Earle Fisher'! school. Each boy will be eligibleto used. Floyd Shepherd announced bought and presented to the elig- into full gear, Osceola High foot- Coach Yearwood said no defi-
ness meeting.: Major Edward chairman of the publicity.committee make the teams. It will be All parents are urged to at- that everything is in ible seniors on the team at a ball coach Jack Yearwood is nite position assignments have
Smith, Civil Defense director will whose duties include preparation -tackle football and the school will J I tend.. readiness for the big football special end-of-the-year banquet.The keeping one eye on the calendaran been made "insofar as first and
speak. His talk will be augmentedby .and distribution of the Orange kickoff Barbecue to be held Friday fund is also appropriated to the other on "conditioning"his second teams are concerned. We
a sound film in color furnished I Gardens Bulletins; Gilbert I at the County Agricultural finance improvements to the athletic squad. ,will wait awhile before making
by Southern Bell TelephoneCo. Heddon[ program committee.The Games To Benefit Building starting at 6:30 p.m. facilities and equipment. "We definitely are not in condition assignments for the Blue and
Mrs. Earl Lewis will be host- association has two committees -C : The association which was the Members of the associationwill I at this time," the coacr Gold on September 13.
i force behind said this week. "In fact we art "We have lot of
whose chairman are not main the building be able to vote Friday nightat a scrimmaging
ess.
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z ) t;-**1Comcet1 -" ".. u.. tf.the., boa rrf "17ieyare FBilLftJerFund '- _of,tbe present athletic facilities the .barbecue for ..this year's not nearly in the physical to do this week and we willMftve

Albert N. Tiahrt president; Lee Miss Grace, O>U1e "'Of the hospitality : at the a high vigorous school,, is membership also pushing slate of ,officers and directors. time condition of year.we"should. be.-for'-this play after a better tfW.M" sa a|.'wfee' will. -

E. Arthur, vice president and committee and Miss Elsie I Two benefit games for the Bill day September 6th at the Lake- I drive. Drive chairman Earlo Next year the Kowoys will be The Kowboys, this week be- The coach lauded He players
chairman :of the finance committee McPherson of the library com- ''Oller Fund have been scheduledby front Ball Park. Tanner stated that this year's leaving the Ridge Conferences and gan one-a-day practice sessions for effort in pertomuuMM so-far
; Miss' Marjorie Fish. secre- mittee. In addition to his dutiesas Osceola Recreational Softball The second game scheduled will membership cards are going entering the rough competitionof after working out twice daily during late summer teat
tary and chairman of recreationand president Tiahrt is also chairman League and Hunt Bros. softball be Hunt Bros. vs. a women's I well and it is hoped that past the Orange Belt Conference. since the beginning of fall prac "We had our first mile run
health committee; Mrs, Er- of the municipal committee. team. softball team from Orlando to membership records will be ex The Athletic Association will' tice."We i shortly after putting on pads
ford Woods treasurer. On Sept. 7, the National Association The first game will pit Hunt be played at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday -!ceeded. Tanner said that membership have a large part in the athletic have a great deal of workto for the first time and we were
Other committee chairman in- of Retired Civil Employeeswill Jros.. against the league All-Stars September 11, at the lake- : cards will be availableat plans as anticipated increased at do on timing and defense this surprised that every man on
hold a covered dish luncheonand from the other teams. This game the barbecue for those per-: tendance from both home supporters week," he pointed out. "Basically -the squad finished the mile under -
President Honors business meeting starting at will be played at 8:30 p.m. Fri (No. 2, Continued on Page S) sons desiring to become mem- and visiting schools will produce we have been working on ten minutes. Of course, we
12:30 p.m. bers. The yearly membership a need for larger and bet- .conditioning and fundamentals."I ran it in full pads. The best we
Flyer'sl\lemory dues are $3.00. I, ter athletic facilities in the fu am a firm believer in fun- had hoped for was under twelve
The money collected by the ture. Without the support of the damentals and conditioning andso minutes."
New Courses To Be .association from the sale of an- community an organization like'! far we just haven't shapedup. The Kowboy coach said he and

Offered At OHS nual memberships barbecues the Athletic Association cannot The heat has held us back the coaching staff would be look
dances and other activities put function efficiently. Good supportcan during early practice. Even in ing for replacements and outstanding -
I Additional new offerings in 'on throughout the year go into push a town's athletic program the morning workouts, we had to play "from our green
the curriculum at Osceola I the association's own fund. From to the top. cut practice from almost two line. We are young and heavier
High School were announced this fund, trophies are boughtfor Tickets for the barbecue may hours to one hour and fifteen for this year but we need experience
yesterday by Byron Hileman the outstanding linemen and be purchased from members of minutes." in the worst way."
principal.He outstanding back of the year. the football team athletic associa- I The Kowboys have nine return- Team speed will be slower
said college algebra plus These[ boys are selected by vote tion or from the Broadway Phar ing lettermen for the 1963 sea- than last year, Yearwood said.,
I physics electricity and accelerated of the association. The blue and macy and barbecue itself. I but added weight In the line offsets
science offer- Kowboy Squad slowness afoot.
: are being r -- I
ed; and German will probablybe The Kowboys will open the
taughtBeef Lacks Fullback season against Arcadia which

Science is a new introduction Junior Majors The Osceola earwood calls "a real teat,dPt
mp Kowboys off the bat." *
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agriculture. Typ-- - football squad h in the per-
ing two has been added to collar position of
.- having no Football Season
business education. Finish SeasonThe fullback.

a The situation, according to Tickets On Sale
Exchange StudentsTo LeagueAll still of and Head Coach Jack Yearwood
Junior Major full energy readyto
returned is temporary, but "all three Osceola High School Mason+
Stars have just
LL John Milton Kleinman Be HonoredA from the state tournament at The go.team and the managers fullbacks are out with Identical football tickets go on sale
injuries, sprained ankle," Thursday at Broadway Pharmacy
Panama City after having lost have expressed their appreciation
public reception for two
Mrs. Jessie D. Kleinman a ha reported this: week. They will cost $7.50 for
American Field Service students to their opponent last year's to all those who helped
retired official Court Returning letterman, Steve five home games.
reporter attending Osceola High champs from Jacksonville. make the trip possible as
now living at the Orange Blossom Kissim- I YweU is the number one fullback Those who bad reserved
School this year will be held Sixteen boys 12 from well as those making the ,
Hotel in Kissimmee. has next Friday at the Episcopal mee and four from St Cloud, teams for the season possible.A sidelined with the turned seats last year have untO
I ankle. Also held Sept. 13 to claim the
to limited same
just received a Presidential Parish House. Mr. and Mrs. Denver Thompson barbecue was given for
Memorial Certificate honoring The Rev. Wendell Halnlin Ray Barrette Mr. and the members Saturday night practice sessions because of seat for this season. After
the memory of her deceased son chairman of the AFS committee Mrs. Eddie Whltewolf Mr. and and awards presented at the I sprained ankles are fullbacks that time they will be sold to
Lt, John Milton Kleinman (USN said Mrs Bob Berlin- Mrs. Howard Stark and Nan- Little League field. Jim Cram a Junior vanity performer anyone wanting them.
F' MORNING ROUTINE Marine Reserve 1/Sgt. Joseph I last year and WayneKsnffman The first home game is
World War U Veteran from I sky is in charge. The cy, Charles Burgess and Curtis -
recep- Lombardy of Lake Cecile, Kissimmee, Fla., checks morn- Mr. and transfer student Sept. 27
President John F Kennedy.Lt tion will honor Donna Kinney Hugh Barrette I
Kleinman. a graduate of and Jose Jardis. ing reports at the Marine Corps Air Station* Yuma, Ariz., Mrs. Paul Sullivan, Theresa Urgent Appeal

Osceola High School received It will begin at 7:30 pjn. where he is attending two weeks active duty for training.A and John all made the trip. Made For Blood I
many medals and, citations for and is open to the public. member of Marine Attack Squadron 144, based at NAS George Bronson and son who An for Mood'
urgent appeal
his were there on vacation also I
service among them the Adults especially are invited.
Jacksonville, Fla., 1/Sgt. Lombardy is for donors was made this week by
DFC and the Purple Heart. responsible sup- stopped by to see the game. I I
He was sent to the War The ervision of all administrative clerks attached to the unit. The group traveled in a the Osceola Blood Bank com
atre in the Pacific twice once to Attends Meeting Here at Yuma, less than 25 miles from the American Sahara convoy of five cars with ban- mittee. The present supply Isesbaasted !I

Guadacanal and once to the Fred McDaniels. manager Of Desert, it's hot enough to fry an egg on the sidewalk. ners and posters advertising and unless more :
their home town. They also blood is given the Osceola Bank
Georgiannas. He was stationedat the KIssimmee Chamber of Temperatures range from 85 to 90 in the evening to as enjoyed sight-seeing in Pan- win have to discontinue opera e
the Melbourne Air Base training Commerce is attending the high as 115 during daylight hours. The "Top" beats the ama City and at Silver tion.
fighter squadron when he
was a killed on a routine mission State Patrick Recreational Air Force meeting Base this at heat by having an air-conditioned office in which to work. Springs. According to all re- Blood donor day has been set

February 18th. 1944.I week 1/Sgt. Lombardy will be back in Kissimmee on Aug. 31st ports it was a mad time at for Thursday September 5th.
meals along the way and at from 3 p.m. to C p.m. at the
I to resume operation of his Texaco Service Station there.
bedtime with all of the boys Klssuumee Hospital

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With Mixed emotioM hf Hfcat.graders. Hare Charles White SO WHATS SO TOUGH ABOUT THIS?--say Stuart THIS SCHOOL IS GREAT-Seems to be the opin- TEACHER HELPS OUT Mrs. Carter helps RaaM

is saying to his soar, )In: C S. White, "B.t. Mo.., I Chandler as he looks over the situation early Tuesday ion of David Miller and Bobby Guelde as they examine a Hackworth straighten out his staadard eyrfpmaat.

doses tramw go to school."' (Photo. by' HaaBriok) morning. (Photo by Hamrick) play table in their class room. (Photo by Hamrick) cigar box and a pillow. (Photo by Hamrick)




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2 The KIssimmee Gazette, Kisslmmee, Fla. Ttrare, Sept. 5. IMS t trom a montn's tnp I out to Red-vis-I I Elks Auxiliary To !I each TtMraday from 9 aonf to
ding, California where they 1 1I 5 p.m.
Local Girl Wing I Seven other members of the]! ited son Max Jr. and family. 1i Meet WednesdayOn I i Funds railed from the sale

Kissimmee Tropical Swim Team Birthday congratulations this \\ "'
First In Meet also competed- and each won a week are being sent to Carolyn i Wednesday, September 11, I th e"
t""t"ltl/ J at 8:00 P.M. the Ladies
ribbon, placing as follows: Bart Autrey, Margaret Acree, BuI 4f Auxiliary -
Patty Cazier won first place in I of the Kissimmee Elks will
Sturtevant, 4th, boys 8 and under ; I Quirk Jolene Huntsinger, Daryli
an AAU novice bold Concert Patron
meet held at the I Hetherington. its regular meeting. Mrs.
Angela Mackey, 4th, girls, i I Taylor Robert I
Cherry Plaza Pool in Orlando, Smith. Frank Broyles, President, asks:
Ralph
2nd, Goodell,
Scalli Tickets
nine and ten; Phil I Margaret AvailableThe
August 29th. She that all officers and
competed with Gertrude Ben members of
boys 9 and 10 Ivonne Lee, 3rd, : Theresa demons,
; other Central Florida divers in ; By BETTY EBY : Karen Johnston. Larry Cop the Board of Directors be present Osceola County Patron
ter,
Susan 4th, Sharron
i i the 11 and 12 year old division. Autrey J I ipi, Mae Barber Gayle Wood. at 7:30 for a discussion of! Ticket committee chairmen Murray -
Crawford, 5th, girls U and 12; I
'iI'j Dorothy i Hansell Barbara Paulk,| possible projects. Overstreet. Jr. and Dr. Thomas -
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I ARCADETHEATRE Bill "Woody" Fraser, 2nd, boys
I I Paul Sanborn, Dorene Overstreet,.' Following the business sessions Biota have amynmrf-rl that -
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12. Jean Lupfer, Leona farmer- -- Mrs. Eugene McCann Entertain. letters and tickets are now being
The above divers, along with Ella Found (Mrs. W. E. visited in Knoxville and I
May they I
Barker, :
I t. Becky Bronson Bernice i ment Chairman, will conduct I seat Mt for the November 15th
other members of the diving I has returned to her home on Gainesville. I I
La Yates, Tip Gephart Sheryl -=- J some games, and Mrs. Jack C.I i concert by the United States Air
will the :Main Street after being a .patient Murry and Joanne Schmidt of I
Matinees Sat.-un. 2:30 team perform at Tropical Erenhreich. Ronny
Force Band
I Ivey, John Col. George S. Howard will White and Mrs. Frank Godwin and Staging Ser
Jacksonville Hospital for Gainesville their I
at visiting
parents
Eve. Performance Water Show to be staged at|I are Colburn. Gerald
will be This
co-hostesses
p.m. and Randy in serving geants. concert will raise
conduct I
the United
*1'several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert States
the Pool 8th. Mrs
Tropical September
FRI. SAT., SEPT 6 and 7 I :'1 Mrs. J. W. Harper and daughter -1 Schmidt and Mrs. J. W. Harper" Croston, Lee.Patty Spence Eleanor Leach, Air Force Band which is I refreshments. I!and money for many wor&wtrile boy
Arthur girt
I activities of the Kis m1 -
) Debbie have returned from i week. I
this
"Ntttt HOURS TO RAMA" Alice Cotton scheduled to here November :
\ Raulerson. play !
I Kiwanis
J, SOUTH TRAIL I:a three weeks visit with Mrs.Harper's i iI Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Eddie DennlJ Of- I Chamber Sponsors ruse Club
Sharpe'l Karen Sue Elliott 15th, ..
plus"BLACK sponsored by
son, Robert and famI and daughters Cindy and Raul !
ZOO" DRIVE4N I I!ilv. in Detroit. On the way homeS.wsrtett I Ii have returned to their I stein Bobby Lindsey Stone Stevens Betty Jr. Best the Kiwanis Club. .Budget Aid Sale d
erson, CARD OF THANKS
Both In Color Beaufort, S. C. after having spent!! wishes to each of you. Air Force Band A "Save Our Budget" sale is;I I
THEATRE i !'their vacation here with their; Arlin Farris being sponsored by the Kissim i Words cannot adequately express I
SUN. MON., SEPT. 8, 9 i Mrs. Floyd Bronson. t
i 9' parents Mr. and Mrs. Sid and daughter Donna have re- To Perform Here I mee Chamber of Commerce. i my heartfelt thanks for the
I I' I I'I ORLANDO, FLORIDA Sharpe and Mr. and Mrs. George J turned home after a visit with Items donated by the memo I many telephone calls,beautiful
I Kiwanians here will
Sellmer. They also visited many sponsor cards and letters sent to
6 STARTING at Madison. Fla. I bers have been placed on dis- me
DAYS I relatives a concert of the U. S. Air
of interest in the state. i'
while I
the to
ra.atws ? +aa places has return-- Thacker was in hospital
Stroupe in in the
Stella play a store
I Mrs.
tArl N ** a 2** THURS., SEPTEMBER 5th I i Alexis (Lex) Hansell of Savannah Force Band here Nov. 15. I help brighten my days.
BeaumontAve.
her home on building next to the Fire Depart
ed
*** to Patron tickets have on
has arrived to gone
m isa "COME BLOW Georgia Ella May Pound
I three ,weeks visit The store will be
spend the winter months with her atfer a sale under the direction of ment. opci I
YOUR HORN" with friends and relatives in,
Murray Overstreet Jr. and
I t I aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. .
GOIDWYN Frank Sinatra-7:30-11:35 I I I Adrian Bovis. A student in the Ohio. Tom Blain. i
entered OHS Edith L. Spencer and Marjori Other committee chairmen
"TOP SECRET AFFAIR"Susan 10th grade, she has
LAYER rJZ Fish have returned to their homein I
working the I SAVEOURBUDGETSALE
Hayward-9.c5'Only for the year. on program are
Jimmy Bovis, has entered his Orange Gardens { Lynwood Lupo, ushers; Craig j
FIRST OUTDOOR SHOWING lckeo or dinar: renders junior year at the University of ing the summer at Bell, general tickets; Hugh'
1 : WED., SEPTEMBER llth +ose in Central Florida.' Delight Florida. His brother, John Milton I in Glen Spey, New aftlspend.i Stevens, material distribution;

1 FAMILY COUPON NIGHT your family . loaM to." grab has also returned to Law Sonny Lawson of i Duncan McFarland, auditorium -
) . bringing flew It f&i trwlfuniqmt I ited here with his
by
1 1x School at Emory. Both are sons, :- Hen Carroll, treasurer;
"RIDE THE HIGHCOUNTRY" I dining room. Evelyn Lawson, last week.
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of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Bovis. I Bill Wallis and Byron Hile-
.... _.. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Johnsonof
I a The Max Norris' and grand-I man, VIP; Darrow Getty pub- Sponsored By Your
7:30-10:55 daughter Bunny have returned East Vine Street are visiting licity; Howard Johnson. pro' .
; CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
their son, Phil, and family.
: "BATTLE AT BLOODY WtluonMteta. Hunt left Friday gram.
and Beulah
Pete -
j w wII l Members of the Osecola
BEACH"At .o for their summer cottage'
I High Key Club and Keyettes
9:35 Only at Spring Lake on Scaly Moon- will serve as ushers. i
tain.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simmons! OPEN THURSDAYS 9-5
I I spent Labor Day with the']Rose Circle To
(daughter and family, the Robe] Next To Fire Station . or

FEATURES QUALITY PRICE I I' Crowells, in Winter Garden. Note AnniversaryThe Call 847-3174 For Appointment

I Bob and Nancy Eby and young
i Rose Circle of the Kis
Doug the Labor Day
son spent
simmee Garden Club will
I weekend at Daytona Beach. The I

''I GENERAL, ELECTRIC occasion also marked thei the meet home on of September Mrs. Olive 12th Clarkat at
wedding anniversary.
2:30. The will be
Linda English left this wee program
the 10th anniversary of th .
DIAL DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR I for Tallahassee to resume hen
i Rose Circle. A review of the
studies at Florida State Univer-
past 10 years will be given by "COLOR PRINTS
Dial-Oc'frost- 1
Con cnicncc Vnt ... I tkf CU. FT sity. Mrs. Malvin Samuel and Mrs.

'i STORAGE SPACE William Dettmer.
Lawler Twins Win Mrs. June Gunn, Mrs. John from ;
Two II r I Carroll and Mrs. Raleigh I
Shely
t Egg s Award NEW ROLLS OF
Magic Corner Hinges Salesperson
Rolls have been Invited as I
KODACOLOR LEFT FOR
- Misses Lottie and Lola Law honorary guests. They were d *
r BuHer Compartment i'' Tr1 AutomaticInterior UDLENOW ler were honored as sales the originators of the Rose DEVELOPING.t PRINTING

Light persons of the month by Circle. : 12 EXPOSURES GUARANTEED
I Chamber of Commerce Kof-- Hostesses will be Mrs. Olive i ,.
1t 1 facts Price.2Q au
h hn fee Klub Wednesday morningThe Clark and Mrs. Fred Burton.
Protective D. t Stops. Two Flex-Grid Ice Trays presentation was made by

n a Mrs. Tulle Collins, last Guild
Wesleyan i
month's award winner. ii
t The morning meeting was To Meet MondayThe i
I hosted by K. C. Moore. Short !
$19995 Wesleyan Guild of the
; enthusiastic speeches were i
i given by Moore on Boat-A- First Methodist Church will iI I
7>Millon! nfrtgtrator Wells meet Monday Septemeber 9th ij
FICI ql Cade, Oct 21.27; by
in usa ten yeas With Trade Moon on the county recreation at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. j I

OF ion sr. cwurn TA 211.W__H .,_,.t. .-. commission; ,. and; .by Robert Eby In Idora Park.
United Mrs. Duncan McFarland.-will
Horace Phipps on the
... .- Fund Campaign. -<.- I ,.". tie cohostess.rrT": --- ---
Mrs. Margaret Bast will tell
t 1
Hibiscus Circle interesting highlights of her
recent trip to South Americaand
G Meets September 12 will illustrate her talk

PARKS FURNITURE CO. The Hibiscus Circle of the I with slides. I

Kissimmee Garden Club will .,I
The first regular monthly meeting
meet Thursday, September '
GtA at 2:30: p.m at the home 12'1' of the Osceola County Democratic

Mrs. W. C. Seckman on Executive'Committee will! HUNT BROS.

KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD 0 gle Creek Road. Mrs. Usher I be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in
will assist the hostess. ,Mrs. Mac's private dining room. i d
847-4171 892-2011 63aP Mrs. Corwin L. Bennett is I All members are urged to at. I "THE OPEN FRONT STORE"CAROLYN'S

chairman of the program on tend.
"World I
Gardening"Couple
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Home CeremonyJeannette

Overstreet Cody and
Ibti AP' Daniel L. Autrey Jr. were united'

i in marriage Saturday, August 31, SCHOOL
at 7:30 at the home of the bridein .

the presence of their families

: and Rev.a few Dorr close L. Van friends.Etten, pas- OF :

12 IB. CAPACITY tor of the First Presbyterian ,

1 Church, officiated.
1I DANCEORLANDO /
I Miss Debby Cody, daughter of .
the bride served as bridesmaid.Roy .
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as man "
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Retrials Crowd Swim Club To Services Held I !m*-Kissimmee Gazette, Kwsimmer, F1a., Thffl, Sept S, !Mf 3

Perform Sunday For George Briery

Members of the Kissimmee Funeral services for George MAKINSON
Court CalendarState Tropical Swim Club will bold a Abbott Briery 72, who died I
i spectacular water show for family August 25th. were held in the
I and friends Sunday after Chapel of the Riedel Funeral)'
Atty. Arthur L. Steed In all but one case dating back 1 noon, September 8th, at the pool. 0 Home Tuesday September I j
Wednesday began preparation of to the early 30's. the departmenthas A "big splash is planned toI I 3rd, at 2 pm. with Rev Maurice -\ HARDWARE
cases to be tried during the fall complete data on the cases 1
!open events at 3 p.m. in the na- Grigsby chaplain of the .
term of circuit court here. being considered for retrial. i .. rw
I' ture pf a parachute dive into the I All States Tourist Club offici- ;
The situation is aggravated by The I
office of Circuit Court pool. A clown show will follow ating. .
the number of retrials he must Clerk Glenn Ray said 45 wit-' with the "Tropical Aqua-nuts" Interment was in Rose Hill
consider as a result of petitions nesses are being called to appear -,i performing. Members of the Cemetery. Graveside services f >
from prisoners asking retrialsas before Steed in connection I pool's AAU Swim Team will then were in charge of Kissimmee HAS
a result of their allegedly not with the cases. I present exhibition swimming and I I Barracks No. 1068, Veterans I
having proper legal counsel at He will prevent reoccurrance i diving. !of World War I.
their original trials. of this, retrial situation a new I I Following the water show Trop i Riedel funeral; Home was I
The carefully prepared and system has been inaugurated by I[ ical Bath Club members and I in charge. )II
kept records of the Osceola' the circuit court. A court reporter -i i. guests will enjoy a pot luck at I 0,
Sheriffs Department are now II takes down the entire proceedings the poolside. Further entertainment I 2.
proving of value, it was learned. at arraignments. While will include movies of the (Continued from page 1) I Ii = I'RON
these are not transcribed, they 0 diving team at the Florida State i front park.} !
SHRIMPIn I are kept as part of the records I I Junior Olympics and swim team Admission to these games will!
of the session by the court clerk. I I members in action.Restaurants I be'a donation and all proceedswill I CHAMPION OILERS The Oilers finished champs of
A Basket This means that in case any I I I be given to the Bill Oiler I Ii the Little Major League season. Shown above with their
claim is made that a person's :I t h r o u g h out i Fund Some of the players will trophies are, front row, left to right, Troy Burgess, Den-
FREEZEITEDRIVEIN rights were violated, referencecan Central Florida are featuringthe I be on Broadway this week in the nis Higgins Dee Keith and James Story. Standing, Den
be made to the court report- new Orange Glo orange vicinity of Hunts with donation PIKE
er's notes. juice bread tickets available. ver Thompson, manager, Kenny Lockwood, Steve Mat-
son, Mike Whitewolk, Kenny Stark and Bobby Barrette.
1 r Members not pictured include Bob Bowen, Eddie and

I Larry Rose, Roger Thompson and Lloyd Kerr. (Photo by

Charles Eby)

..oI I NEW! FROM KODAK I Ii School Opening I. Recreational Area I I STEEL

It Has Light Side i{ Slated For CountyA
t i f

I- . and available j jI I The' opening of school for a step toward providing !
SAVE I new year is not without the fishing and hunting opportun-i
HERE lighter side. ities for East Central Florida '!
right now1 1 "Oh we have some dillies," has been taken with the ten- ;\

WHERE YOUR School Superintendent William tative approval of the pur .
i Stephens said following the open chase of the Reedy Creek I --
MONEY EARNS !ing of the 1963-61 school term Swamp area. I .t\\\\
""'! .. Tuesday. This move is part of the I Ii.ti U
frSUPER27 <, I "Every year we have a first overall outdoor recreation " 11
grader who is left after all .az: .l\Rb"
over program passed this year by " "RD\V -
t4jj I the other children have been left the legislature. H r B QTS r ,
4 % i I at their houses. The school bus The 9,050 acre tract is lo- l'1' II I s..;.".J5
11 JI.
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I driver will look back and there cated north and east of 1.'
I is one little tot who forgot to get Loughman. The estimated II SPORTING GOODS,.,
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oil and now doesn't know wherehe first cost for development of - -'. Bit- WHIPS- SOCIIS' _- X10
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PER ANNUM lives." this game management area i I e::".. "' .r .J'_'?\kODl9. "'IUilL1I1ATS \ BltS ,I
{ Dill this happen this year? "We will be $660,000, half of which ":'.1."r -
r DIVIDEND! don't know yet but if your son will be borne by the federal : i rJ
BROWNIE Supea,27 or daughter doesn't make it government under the terms.:

[COMPOUNDED AND home after school" this week, we I: of a recently enacted congres .:.rli++ dt ..a-. E-\A -t j jThe
OUTFIT may have him sional omnibus bill.
QUARTERLY
PAYABLE "A couple of years back, amother ,Recreational leaders here ;
.s". .. Ultra-modern flash camerain called me.' Stephens con were cheered by the word j(
-' a complete outfit tinued," and said her son was from Tallahassee. j
fiFI'RST lost. We all started looking.
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However, the two
: Everything you need to take Couldn't find him anywhere. Finally i holding title to and
ers landown-I Largest
snapshots Indoors or out."Newlook" the parents went hqme and the area were not
Brownie Super 27 Camerahas there he was . sound asleepin for comment. They are Irlo
sure-grip shape for blur-free I
his own bed. It seems the Osecola State Sena
pictures. Open the flash com- had ridden his and Bronson, I Most
boy past stop
partment, and the "auto-shift" doubled back later on." ., tor and Oren Brown, county i CompleteStock
shutter is set for flash close it, commissioner. "
and you're ready for outdoor Chairman of the county
shots. Built-in flash, fast f/8 Daisy V. Hodge commission, Harris Daniel,(:;
lens, takes slides and snaps. Succumbed I said "This is something I hop- of Pipe
TuesdayDaisy ,
$ ed would happen. Our inter
.1 988 V. Hodge, 71, of 616 I est in the development when
I Sumner Street Kissimmee, I attending the recreational
FEDERALSavings : passed away suddenly late t tI meeting in Tallahassee may Iron and Steel

Tuesday.A have helped.
and oan- ssoora ofOSCEOLA COUNTYKISSIMMEEI I native of Canaan, New Daniel said he believed a
HUNT BROS."THE York: she had been a resident .majority of the county com in Oseeola
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FRONT STORE"When Fist Spiritualist Church the Kissimmee Chamber of
MEMBER FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION County
Springfield Massachusetts. Commerce and One of the
Survivors include one son, more active advocates of recreational , t'
i Andrew S. Hodge Jr., West developments here I
Springfield Massachusetts A said development of the I
sister Mrs. Jennie C. (Smith) Reedy Creek area could mean f
Allen and niece, Mrs. John W. the opening of an area in I

safety counts signs and rubber compounds produce%better two Carlson grandsons., both Kissimmee." Also which nature camping)overt,, bird and watchers others,I AND ALWAYS THE

traction...more mileage... less noise and road The funeral party left Fri I could enjoy themselves. :
;' ATLASmm vibration every mile! And ATLAS gives you a day for West Springfield. The Reedy Creek Basin is I
count on where services and interment located to the west of Kissim'
choice of two quick-action guarantees: adjustment
were to be held Saturday mee. It is large and dense;
you' drive, new ATLAS Plycron Tires work to prorated on the tread remaining, or on morning. Grissom Funeral Many people consider it all)

keep you safe. With 25%more working rubber number of months in use. See your Standardon Home was in charge of arrangements swamp land, but those who BEST PRICES!
have been in it say it has lots)
the road, you get better skid-resistance... station today. Find out how little safety costs I of dry land in which camping J,

for better steering,quicker stops.New tread deSTAN DAR D OIL COMPANY (KENTUCKY) Mr and Mrs. Ralph Mooreof and hiking and other activities -,
Ft. Meade. formerly of Kis can be done.
simmee, announce the birthof With the proper kind of waiter
a daughter Melanie Margaret controls this can be done I
on August 25th. not only in dry weather but
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Mr. Moore was head basketball around.
year : 1
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!School for four years and I Florida motoristshave paid
Mrs. Moore taught in the lo- more than $780,477,000 in fed
cal elementary schools. They eral use tax since the beginning } -L
have another child, Gene, age of the Interstate High.
T way program.
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4 The' Ktadramee 'Gawtte, Klmlmmee Fla. Thank, Sept. 5, 1JG (1) Permission to buy land for :- '+l .I 1. : __.s :'" 1 S. '--. ...-__- : '; ____ -_ ...__:! _ _",: .. ._
recreational purposes; (2) Revenue ,' .,. -
Kiwanians Told certificate Issues for .; ',". J, ', .
higher education; (3) Making '
state election occur on nonfederal GR. "A" QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN with ribO QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

Value of AmendmentsState : j I election years. I'I | PRICES GOOD 'THRU SEPTEMBER LARGE
'I Karl said recreational areas. I\: Breast". 49x i
Rep. Fred Karl,of Vo- islators and revealed that J. J. are dwindling In Florida. WINN.D1tlt *TORte..DIQ
com IOMT-If e
lusia County told Kiwanians Griffin of St. Cloud has become -I "Speculators =are buying I Y
here they should support the known as "Mr. No." land around the lakes; motels GRADE "A QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN BAKING
three constitutional amendments This is,, a result of his and others are taking!
to be voted on in No-j I watching state expenditures I the land along the beaches; ThighsLB.49;
vember. and saying no" to those he I and hunting lands are almost I SAVE
Karl spoke here Tuesday. 1 thinks are not reasonable,i gone" the legislator said. I
nightHe "} Karl said. ;. He said this measure would % 'f 2"ss I i
REG 49( COPELAND (12-oz.)
praised the Osceola leg I The three amendments 'are allow the state to buy. properties -j
l' "before they are priced I : HEN S.
I I _out of reason." Bologna39;
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.. ',.. ';. I I I As,to he'the said college he had bond resisted proposal I t1il '

,.. r,it until the final days. He said I REG 64< SUNNYLAND COMBINATION PACK L.
r he now believes it has enough ,
:- safeguards to prevent its be- ;, LunchM T45;
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? bonds. [
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'.1 c, He maintained that out of j I W-D FRESHER. LEANER GROUND fl6. :
I $150 million in turnpike'' [ I '

bonds went ,for less construction.than $100 million i| Beef 5 PKG. $199 ) :

industry He also such warned as that General large I 0 Op ST Ott ti5 LB./ ._ : .

Electric, have threatened tol I ---
0'M/ move from the state if the i'
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Speaking of the off-year I S 9.
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it would mean that state ; .
'. ALWAYS GLAD TO SEE officials would be elected on II Grade "A" Quick Frozen, 4-6 Ib. averoge. Sprinkle I
W-D BRAND NATURALLY TENDER CLOSE TRIMMEDChuck with
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for the state rather than their fat. Plcce rack in shallow open roasting
YOU BY MAIL national political affilation. I, Roast L8 49- pan Roast in moderate oven-((375)) 30 minutes
per pound. Delicious and only 350 calorie(
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When you drop in here via the postal; route, Results Of Election I serving.SWIFT .
you get the same prompt attention as though i
actually visiting us.Your deposits,withdrawalsand Are AnnouncedThe

most other bank transactions can be results of the ASCS ,-- -., .
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by -speedily safely- county committee re "
anywhere' the postman goes., Call in person cently completed were announced

when you can; other times "see" us by mail! yesterday Stabilization by the and Agricultural RED, DELICIOUS MOUNTAIN GROWN


Office.Conservation County ServiceCounty Office Manager -,I m- q .ouMe .a 1A.. r$1
THE Clyde E. Story reports that' r tij.. APPLES I IQl
183 farmers .and ranchers in .
FIRST NATIONAL BANK the county voted in this year's

. annual balloting.The .
OF KISSIMMEE mittee men which elected will to take the office com I, !!} !!: r' I I

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Corporation 30, 1964 are: R. Earl Par- .
tin, chairman; Charles H.
Bronson vice chairman; J. 2
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Clifford member; H Chapman Clay Whaley regular, Jr.,' Yellow Solids Hi-Acres OrangeJUICE

1st alternate; Thomas E. P ears 2 LIS. 3 9; I
Hughey, 2nd alternate. i )
The ASC county committeeis OLEO i GA. RED SWEETTaters !
responsible for local admin. 1
istration of national farm
Added Assistance programs dealing with production 1i i 4LBS.49;
adjustment price sup. Limit 2 at i st
port, conservation assistance. + this i
price'
In addition to providing fine and special emergency.type 6-0%.
I with $5. order
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funeral service, we assist all programs as assigned by the i LB. ; ; ;
of and or more, CANS -
,Secretary Agriculture
eligible families in receiving the Congress. pleas. 50 Extra Top Vttae Stagy.i*
various Social WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFTwo
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fits; our help in obtaining ,bene Mrs. E. F. Schweikart PK.'. rnotiN Steaks LII'.
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families is Died Saturday .
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member of the First Methodist i t ,
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AMBULANCE:* HOCI 107 EMMETT JIDme STREET Rebekah Lodge. SAVE 8' EACH DOLE HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE 50 Extra Top Yato StaftpWTTH
suva Survived by four sons Elmer T. THIS COUPON> AND PURO- SS OFONI
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Miller McKeesport, Pa.; and two 2 12-oz. 25 -.
brothers in Germany; 13 grand- Catsup BOTS. ;
children and 15 great grandchildren. -i
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LEGAL 1 'I following described personal prop Carolyn's SchoolOf each summer returning with Miss Bourland has just returned -.during construction of the The Kissimmee Gaietfr, Kissimmee._Fix._Thenu, Sept. S. 1968 8 :
NOTICES
erty to-wIt: new techniques which are applied -I from New York City where Panama Canal and amonghis
One 1957 Ford Country Squire ; lean on.Intennent.
y IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT 3726407 best she danced professionally the I Church" will be the game used.!
I I. Title No. Dance To Open to the advantage to many other government
In Rose Hill
I was
OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA On
ID No. D7UY123249 Wednesday wrings at the
\ SILVER SHIELD CORPORA- ) 1963 Florida License 28W-2210 her pupils. Among these teachers I past summer. projects were the Kissimmee Cemetery. Grissom Funeral II
Registrations 7:30 servke book ef Rath
TION. a Florida Corporation. ) i as the property of the above nam- are being accept have been Leon Danielian, Frederick I Postoffice and the Phillip, charge'of the
'. ) M I the 7thI ed for School of Dance Home was In ar. is being studied.
Plaintiff. ed defendants and that on Carolyn's ,
I Franklin Madame Swo- L. Grover burg New Jersey defense
) of October. 1963. between the II Edgar I rangemcnts.
day
GREEN I Kissimmee Studio which is located I The Woman's Society of Christian -
WILLIAM R. and ) legal hours of sale namely. 11:00 boda and Igor Youskivitch housing project.
CONSTANCE M. GREEN. ) j o'clock In the forenoon and 2:00 at 220 Dakin Ave. Friday !Buried Wednesday He member of Service will meet at the
1 Miss Bourland points out that was a a number -I
his said
wife. ) o'clock In the afternoon on 6 from 11 5 home of Mrs. Frank Dawson at
Sept.
Defendant ) day at the front door of the Court a.m. to p.m. judges, psycholcgists and teach- II'i Edgar Luther Grover, 83, of of Engineering Societies: Shingle Creek
ALE House In Osceola County. Florida. Classes will start at 9 a.m. Saturday ers; all that those childrento i' a 32nd Degree Mason. He was I 9:30 AM en Tuesday, Sept. ....
agree 319 South Avenue
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S I. will offer for. sale and sell to Dillingham ,
ActivitiesA All
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:'the highest bidder for cash In Sept. 7. whom dancing is a part of Kissimmee, passed early !a Baptist. :, Church members and friends are cordially
that I. Robert M. Buckels. Sheriff:'hand, the above described prop- Miss Carolyn Bourland, whc their lives the most I I away I Survivors include three I special meeting of the Com- invited to be present CaD
are among hours
Sunday after' several
of Osceola County. Florida under; of said defendants to satisfy
and by virtue of the judgmentand i I:I.said erty execution. has dedicated her career to in- emotionally stable, pleasant and i'Illness. sons, Harry Edgar Grover St j mission on Missions is being JH7-2650 if you need. traaspor
execution heretofore issued out: ROBERT M. BUCKELS structing in'all forms of the alert youngsters.She Prominent colorful Thomas, Virgin Islands; Don- called by Mrs. W. R. Houston tation.A .
and
above of the styled above entitled cause wherein court. In said the i I i 1 r Sheriff Florida of Osceola County. dance tap, ballet toe, modem is a dance major of Sul- I civilian and government retired aid Grover and Legree Grover -,for Sunday, the 8th, at 5 o'clockat number from thfe chord
plaintiff recovered judgment I Ir 'i By William R. Bunge. D.S. jazz, acrobatic, adult conditioning lins College graduated with as- project engineer he both Norfolk, Virginia. the church. All members of will be attendfeg the special
'I was a native '
r against said defendants in the aggregate 1| Sept. 5. 12. 19. 28 1963 operates the popular and sociates Also 7 grandchildren. I the Commission are urged to be meeting at the First Methodist
sum of 57236. plus Interest in fine arts degree as of Battle Creek, and had
and costs have levied the I succesful school. She has oper- I Funeral services were heldat I present. Church in Orlando on Sept 12th.
upon_ i Mr and Mrs. James Emerson dance major from Rollins and been a resident of this community
I ated her Orlando studio for 10 a.m. Wednesday from : The pastor W. P. Hanks who 7:30 to 9:30: P.M. to consider
I of St. Cloud announce the received a BA in psychology and of the past 18 years.
,
BROASTED birth of a son. Mark Dale, on seven years and is now expanding education which gives her com- .I He served under Teddy the Grissom Chapel, with the I has been on vacation has returned ways and means to stop the de-
August 24th at the Kissimmee to Kissimmee.To plete understanding of teaching i Roosevelt during the Spanish Rev. Jimmy. R. Cox, Minis- I and entered into his pastoral cHne,of Church School attendance
CHICKEN Hospital. He weighed 8 lbs. insure the continuing high ethods and children.She !!American War and also served ter of the First Christian !I duties. At the 10:20 service next in our put ot the denomin
I 6 oz. Mrs. Emerson Is the quality of the training offered at has danced professionallyin during World War I. He Church, officiating Casket i,Sunday he will be speaking on. ation.
FREEZETTE former Anne Roberson daughter .' Carolyn's School of Dance Car- New York and performed asguest [iwas discharged into the Re- bearers and Presentation of i"I Believe - In the Resurrection -
DRIVE-IN of Mr. and Mrs.. Roscoe olyn herself studies with some of artist and soloist with regional -:serves during the 1930's.He the Flag, courtesy Makinson- i'' of the Body," and at 6:30PM SHOP IN KISSIMMEE
Roberson. the top teachers in New York ballet comnanies. : was project Engineer Carson Post Number 10, Amer "Christ's Evaluation of the --- --

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'1 OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 i NOTICE -TO DEFENDIN CERN. I
I
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I STOVIS.
ARTICLES 1 NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN THAT Carl A. Johns has filed his unuoBAtots (Al:.
REALTORAMA AND FOR COUNTY OF OS final report as Administrator of .t
i IN the Estate of Marlon H. Johns deceased -1 USED
fOR SALE ; CEOLA. STATE OF FLORIDA. Parks Furniture Co.RBtteatATOK .
I 1 CHANCERY. JOHN LOGSDON. ; that he has filed petitionfor
IJ FOR Plaintiff vs. FLORENCE LOGS- final discharge and that he FURNITURE
J RENT DON. Defendant. NOTICE TO DE will apply to the Honorable O. P. 5w F. preat't R..b el Yew
... Johnson. County Judge of Osceola .ll-Thufmond
J I FEND. The State of Florida to .
BARGAIN BARN 2 BR FURNISHED HOME County. Florida. on the 9th day of

Combs le; Zipper 3m T.'es MILLIONS OF RUGS have been Built 1955 Wilson i I . September. 1963 for approval of 1015. Welt' Church ORLANDO .*.... M74171Christian
Brunt 7e; Ear B4 k 3e: Shoes [ ] Ohio. You are hereby notified thata same and for final discharge as -:
'7e: Seeks m; Pillow. 'Ie; cleaned with Blue Lustre. It's suit In equity for divorce has Administrator of the Estate of .:: "
Shirts .1; Pasts SI; Dresses America's finest. Rent electric! 8,500 been brought against you by JOHN Marion H. Johns deceased. F1.wrs For AH Occasions
11.60; Bugs Sk; Nylons Ite; Furni-j} LOGSDON In the Circuit Court of This 12th day of August 1963. F Science
Haa.kl. 55 Panties Ue; Belt shampooer $1.00. Parks 3 BR HOME AND DUPLEXAll the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and CARL A. JOHNSAdministrator I
Ik; Cape lit; spreads 12.50; ture Company. a for County of Osceola State of ot the Estate of ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
Hair Nets 4e; T-Shirt. 3ge; [ Furnished] Florida and you are hereby sum- Marion H. Johns deceased Society
Nearly Everybody Trade at The TRAILER i moned, ordered and required to Brinson and McWhlrter tat. Sped. Mt. .r BackMonth
SPACES for Pri- '
Bargain Bam. C.me t* SIbert rent. 14,500Bus. file your written answer or defenses Attorneys at Law : H .....
Mill. Warehouse IK Davenport. vate property. peaceful and! +j to the Complaint filed hereIn Kissimmee. Florida tOe X. Randolph
Immediately. Follow the signs quiet. 8474605.APARTMENTS I j against you in the above entitled August 15. 22. 29. Sept. 5. 1963 25 BROADWAT1.4511 i s...., Sorriest . II ....

BARGAIN BABN.Ope I cause. In the office of the Clerk s._ Sdwel 9tH...,
Week Day. Aad Sandayn_ of the Circuit Court In and for IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I
FOR RENT $9. j Osceola County Florida at his office JUDGE, OSCF.OLA COUNTY
I In the Court House In KIssim- LEARN BARBERING
ill, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul FLORIDA
FOR SALE: Piano refinished mee. Florida, on or before the 30th!
and rebuilt EXPERT TUNING .'f Davis. 114 Emmett Street Location: 360' x 375.8', City I day of September. A.D. 1963 ando MAKE NOTICE APPLICATION OF INTENTION FOR FINAL TO I I.well-pay*.re Year future profession la a GREEN'S FUEL
I' serve a of such
copy answer or .
For appointment dial 847- Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer Water, Sewer, on 17-92; '13,500 defenses upon Thacker and Thacker. DISCHARGE.IN RE THE ESTATE OF Day V.A.* Night Approved Clatter

3063. Plaintiffs' attorneys herein. HERMAN CARL WICKIN Sales and Service
with and shuf- Orlando Barber
lake
apartments 13 whose address Is Box 527. Klsslra- PROBATETO College
Res. Lots Water Sewer
fleboard. By week, month or City mee. Florida on or before said ALL WHOM IT MAY 3399 8. Orange Blossom Tr.
FOR SALE: 1961 Ford 6 cylinder Approx.78'x105'each '1,800 date as required by law. If you CONCERN: GA ft-6178
stick. Very Nice. $995. year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud ail to do so. a Decree Pro Con- Notice Is hereby given that I MOM 147-4172 MM171KISSIMMB

Call Hwy. 441. fesso will be entered against you have filed my final report as Ad-
847-2463. ___ SEE THE PROPERTY for the relief demanded In the ministrator of the Estate of HER-
FOR RENT: Close-in private en- Complaint. MAN CARL WICK deceased; thatI SAND ROCK For Gas Delivery:Phone

BOAT FOR SALE 16' fibre- trance sitting room twin i DISCUSS TERMS WITNESS my hand as Clerk of have filed petition for final discharge MORTAR MIX Harold Wined 847-2038
said Circuit Court of Osceola County I to
and atW apply
glass offshore type wide: bedroom and ,bath share Florida and the seal of said the Honorable O. P. Johnson, STEEL & WIRE MESH R. A. Fletcher 8474539K

deep safe. Side curtains back- kitchen or board optional Court at Kissimmee. Osceola County. County Judge of Osceola County. nn.rfh W.d,o.

drop. New convertible top and 118 South Beaumont. 847-4011. Florida on the 27th day of Florida, on the 30th day of Sep- 892-7695 [$t. Oovrf]
August. A.D.. 1963. tember. 1963 for approval of same
new battery. 35 HP electric FLORIDA /GLENN RAY and for final discharge as Admin- For Go Service: Phone
starting Evinrude and trailer. FOR RENT: Lovely Apartments. REALTYCOUNSELORS Clerk of the Circuit Court. istrator of the Estate of HERMAN 12Adilr A4tr J. 8. Rounfrt 847-4042
Osceola County Florida CARL WICK deceased. Robert Allen
847-4361 after 5 p.m. or Sat- Furnished. 320 Hughey St. (SEAL) This 31st day of August AD 1963. Emory Bronson 847-4570

urday. THACKER AND THACKER /WILLIAM WICK.Admtnlstrator Girourd 847-2041
Leo
INC. i
FOR RENT-6 hoom unfurnishedhouse. Attorneys for Plaintiff of the ft lb\
P.O. Box R. H. Hall 8921212. St. Cloud
527 Kissimmee Fla. Estate of Herman Carl
KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- 8 Brack Street Call 847- '2 Broadway Kissimmee August 29, Sept. 5. 12. 19. 1963 Wick. Deceased. or call H. T. Simmon; .Mat.I .

HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. 3702 after 6 p.m. THACKER AND THACKER 847-4819
.--.... 847-3156 847-3157 IN' CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE Kissimmee. Florida KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX I
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Attorneys for Administrator Robert O'Berry 847-3219
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR 0SCE- Sept. 5. 12. 19. 26 1963 C G. Tyner 847..487
OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. John Evens, St. Cloud 892.3482Radio
SINGER AUTOMATICSewing I FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed. WANTED: Silk presser. Norris JOSEPH A. CORONER et al. MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE Phone 847-3524
I Cleaners. Plaintiffs vs. ALBERT D. CORD- NOTICE OF I I
room garage apartment. Elec- *ER. widower, et al. Defendants. SALE BY CLERK > 1 _
Machines, Like New, Makes Button- tric Kitchen and garage. One SUIT TO QUIET TITLE. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBYdated r
WANTED: High school boy or OF SUIT. THE STATE OF FLO- : pursuant to SAW SlIVICI
Holes, Sews on Buttons, Monograms, Em- child. 8473819. girl to operate pony ride week- RIDA TO: ALBERT D. CORDNER. I August Z8, 1963. and entered In and

broiders, etc . All without attachments . FOR-RENT: Furnished 3-bed- ends .and holidays. Contact a marck.widower N.1208 Dakota N. 2nd; Street ABEGAIL BIs- I Chancery Court Case of No.the 6289 Ninth of the Judicial Circuit -! ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

New Over '300.00, Balance now due only room house close in. Phone Frank Godwin at Gatorland or W MAIRIE TYLER CORDNER her husband TYLER and Star J. Circuit Florida In wherein and for First Osceola Federal County.Savings COMrUTl NOW rutNBMM6S

'89.86 or pay 8.26 monthly. Liberal Tradein 8473212. call 847-2205 after 5 p.m. Route No.2. River Road. Bin and Loan Association of Osce- T

marck. N. Dakota; MADELINE ola County, a corporation organized PARKS FURNITUREaCO.
on your old machine; ... Call now for FREE FOR RENT: Two room apartment WANTED: Girl to operate refreshment ELIZABETH CORDNER CHILDS and existing under the laws of the
and JAMES L. CHILDS, her husband United States of America. Is Plain-
HOME TRIAL ... DEALER, 241-9587 Orlando, air-conditioned Moore- stand weekends. Salary 710 2nd Street. N.W.. Man- tiff, and Edgar T. Glass and ReginaE.

Collect. field Building opposite Post plus commission. Contact dan. N. Dakota; and any and all Glass his wife: Ernesco. Inca ..
Florida Corporation Roland Al
Office. Also two bedroom Frank Godwin at Gatorland or parties through. claiming under or Interests against by.the tenbach and Beatrice Altenbach. NORRIS CLEANERSIS

house, 606 Emmett. call 847.2205 after 5 p.m. above named known parties; and his wife: Harold B. Olds and Hes-
any and all parties having or ter M. Olds his wife are defend-
FOR RENT: Four room furnished SECRETARY FOR GENERAL claiming any right title or InterestIn ants. I will sell to the highest and
and to the following described best bidder for cash at the front NOW OPEN FOR
heated apartments. Cook- office work. Shorthand desir- lands located In Osceola County. door of the Osceola County Court-

ing facilities. First floor, Separate able but not required. Apply in Florida to-wit: house, in the City of Kissimmee.Osceola BUSINESS FOLLOWING VACATION.
Lots Eleven (11) and Twelve County Florida, at twelve
LADY WANTED, 25-40 years, part office entrances. Adults. no person. Ritter Plastics 1400 N. (12) of Block Three Hundred o'clock noon on the 17 day of Sep.

animals. $60 per month. 617& Main Street, Kissimmee. Sixteen (316) of the Town of St. trmber. 1963. the following described -
work part sales and cleaning. Previous Patrick. I Cloud Florida. according to the property as set forth In
Plat of the Town of St. Cloud. said Final Decree to-wit: iKISSIMMEE'S FINEST -
sales experience not necessary. 8 hour day, I:WILL KEEP CHILDREN in my Florida as filed and recorded In From the Southwest corner of
103 East Dakin. Phone 847-4941
FURNISHED downstairs apart home. $1.75 day or 50c hour. the office ot the Clerk of the the Southeast quarter of the J
week. and Circuit Court of Osceola County. Northwest quarter of the North-
5-day Typing filing experience ment. Reasonable rent. 304 S.
Mrs. Ida Seville, 811 S. Emory. Florida on the 31st day of Au-I west quarter of Section Twenty-
needed.' i in P.O. Dillingham. Inquire 203 S. 8474116. gust. A.D. 1909' In Plat Book i eight: (28), in Township Twenty- }
.. Apply own handwriting Clyde Ave. or call 847-3013 roB". on pages 33 and 34. five (25) South. Range Twenty-
nine
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN (29) East. Kissimmee City.
Box'031-H, Kissimmee. after 5 p.m. that Plaintiffs have Instituted suit Florida run thence East along
LOST ANDFOUND' against you In the above styled the Southllne of the said NWU
Small apartment. 543 Broadway. Court to quiet the title of PlaintiffsIn of the NWM of Section 28. a distance ROTHROCKSEPTIC
and to the above described of 70.0 feet to the point of
Inquire 203 S. Clyde Ave. Call property and you are hereby summoned beginning; continue thence East
847-3013 after 5 p.m. ordered and required to 67.0 feet; run thence North par-
blue box. file your written answer or defenses allel to the West line of the said
LOST small jewelry to the Complaint filed In SE% of the NW* of the NWU
containing jewelry. Substantial the above styled cause In the office of Section 28, for a distance of TANK CO :

reward to finder. No questions of the Clerk of the Circuit 125.0 feet; run thence West 67.0
WANTED"OPPORTUNITY" Court for the Ninth Judicial Circuit feet; run thence South 125.0 feet
asked. Mrs. Peggy Bradbury, of Florida In and for Osceola to the point of beginning.
County at his office in the Courthouse DATED this August 29. AD 1963.
t1wv for you. Cashin 8472743. in Kissimmee. Florida on (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) Culvert Tile for Driveways

on the big Fall and Christmas or before the 30th day of September. GLENN RAY
A.D. 1963. and to serve a Clerk Circuit Court Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
selling season. Be an REAL ESTATEFOR copy thereof on Plaintiffs' attorney Osceola County, Florida
Avon representative in your whose name and address Is Phillip R. Kelley P.O. Box 331 Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
set out below. Should you fall to (12[ E. Monument Ave.)
neighborhood.. Write Avon Man. do so. Decree Pro Confesso will Kissimmee, Florida
ager. P. O. Box 2427. Vero. SALE: Three bedroom be entered against you. WITNESSmy Attorney for Plaintiff.

Florida. house in Idora Park. Lot 150 x hand as Clerk of said Court September 5. 1963 15 Years Experience ,
Beach and the seal of said Court at Kis
300. Air conditioned. Priced to simmee Osceola County Florida NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
Pearl Watson, 522 June St., 847- sell. Contact Betty Eby 847- this 26th day of August. A.D. MAKE FINAL DISCHARGEIN K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator

2165, would like full time job. 1963. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
2881 8474266.
or (CT. CT. SEAL) COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY
0 COOK WITH GAS Good cook pleasant and fully GLENN RAY FLORIDAIN

accustomed to all types of Lakefront home for Sale or Clerk Circuit Court RE: ESTATE OF

Near Martin Plant. 1 Osceola County. Florida KATHERINE HOSTETLER Transit-Mix Co.
Trade.
housework and laundry. Murray W. Overstreet Jr. Deceased Located at Kissimmee

BECAUSE AMERICA'S FINEST year old. 3 bedrooms 2 baths Attorney for PlaintiffsP. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

RANGES ARE GAS RANGES carpeted. Phone days 847-3946. O. Box 492.
.,
>j Kissimmee Fla. Notice Is hereby given that Edith
Flexible and efficient, meeting M; Ytt August 29. Sept. 5. 12. 19 1963 Hostetler has filed her final return -I PHONE
every modern cooking need Fast as executrix of the estate of : 847-3524
clean economical cooking. Man. LEGAL NOTICESIN IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Katherine Hosteller deceased; that
COURT IN AND FOR she has filed petition for final discharge
ual controls or fully automatic THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT LAA COUNTY and that she will apply to
You can expect outstanding IN AND FOR STATE FLORIDAIN
per. OF the Honorable O. P. Johnson
formance with a distinctiveGreen's OSCEOLA OF COUNTY.FLORIDAIN RE: ESTATE OF County Judge of Osceola County.
STATE WILLIAM ADAM MARTIN Florida the 23rd of STEEL SALESANY
Fuel Gas Range.GREEN'S RE ESTATE OF on day September -
"'-, -
z Deceased. 1963 for approval of same and
ADAM MARTIN
} WILLIAM NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO for final discharge as executrix of
Deceased. ALL the estate of Katherine Hosteller
1 CREDITORS DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO deceased -
TEES
FUEL I1 I ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES -PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR This 19th day of August A.D.
DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL
ES-
DEMANDS AGAINST SAID 1963. Priced
;"-. ;, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR ;TATE: /s/ Edith HOltetlerEdith Competitively
SAID ESTATE
AGAINST -
DEMANDS
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Hostetler
....' : to' .;f" : hereby notified and required to Executrix of the estate of
.
OF YOU TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
YOU AND EACH are -
which
," present any claims yOU or Katherine Hosteller.
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.
c notified and required to
.._. .J' hereby either of yOU may have against deceased
( .. :.. .. .. present any claims which you. or the estate of William Adam Martin Murray W. Overstreet Jr. HOKU TXAlUftS AND UTILITY TJUULWS

PARKS FURNITURE ; ,....\ .'...., :;, . either of you.of William may have Adam againstthe Martin deceased late of Beaver Attorney for executrixP.O. BUILT AND REPAIRED
CO. .. .-... ,,.. "+ '.." .,-, estate County. State of Pennsylvania Box 492Kissimmee
late of Beaver
deceased.
. .<.' "11...".",.".,".....,..".. County. State of Pennsylvania with County.the County at Kissimmee.Judge of Florida.Osceola August 22 Florida, 29, Sept. 5. 12, 1963 a.,It** ........*JtOM -AI w_ "-.. _L i
C 'Is . '" .. .
of Osceola
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE ....,. .. ... !....., with the County Judge Florida within six calendar months from
.' : .,....., ...,'co.. .-- County. at Kissimmee. the date of the first publication of B.t.
ST. CLOUD ...1. .. ::.:# : ..,... within six calendar months from of this notice. Each claim or demand IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Oricmto Hwy.IMMT livestock Market.
of the first publication :
.... '''ir. . ......'''' the date must be in writing and must state . 1 23S-A UsslmnweLOU
--t demand OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA 'x
847-4171 892-2011 .... ... ,.. ...... !; this notice. Each claim or of residence of the
.." ... '.. ;. and must state the place CHARLES H. ROSS. Receiver of)
.. . .. ,"...,.. ....; .. must be In writing claimant and be sworn to by
!. .'IO! ." ....:,.... .. the place of residence of the INSURED MORTGAGE AND TI-)
: .. and be sworn to by Claimant his rubes me attorney TLE CORP. > ;
; : ; f';: claimant
the same will void according
or
) Plaintiff.vs )
(.:... r::.,.,1!: Claimant his will agent become or attorney.void according to law. -' ) YOUNG, WELDING
or the same
This 9th day of August. 1963. GEORGE L. SULLIVAN AND)

/ ;: For Any Of This sMary 9th to law.day Oberg of August.Martin 1963. 5/Ancillary Mary Mary Oberg Oberg Executrix Martin Martin of PAULINE SULLIVAN.Defendants )) PHONE 847-3898

)
MartinDomiciliary
Mary Oberg
rFarm Executrix of estate of William Adam NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE ,
These Services estate of William AdamMartin Martin deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN r
s deceased II Phillip R. Kelley that L Robert M. Buckets. Sheriffof
Kelley: Phillip R. Kelley Osceola County. Florida under
I s/ Phillip R. OSCEOLA TIRE
a e. New Houses Phillip R. KelleyP.O P.O. Box 331. Kissimmee.-Fla. and by virtue of the Judgment and
Box 331. Kissimmee. Fla. Attorney for Executrix execution heretofore issued out of
Attorney for Executrix August 22. 29. Sept. 5. 12. 1963 the above entitled court In the SERVICEU1J

e CommercialStl1lctllres August 15. 22. 29. Sept. 5. 1963 above styled cause wherein said Irr.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S plaintiff recovered Judgment
IN THE COURT OF7 THE COUNTY COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. against said defendants In the aggregate Custom Recapping
JUDGE. 0 S CEO L A COUNTY. FLORIDA. sum of 874177. plus In- W t
terest and costs have levied upon
e Remodeling FLORIDA.NOTICE: TO CREDITORS IN RE ESTATE OF the following described real estate. 223 9. BERMUDA
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Fires IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) AMELIA S. KECK Deceased. lying and being In Osceola County. PHONE 847-2267 I
e LILLIAN ST. CLAIR ) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Florida to-wlt: _ .
Additions a/k/ LILLIE ST. CLAIR ) MAKE APPLICATION FOR An undivided ..e.alf iaterestIn 1 .
and a/k/a MRS. C E. ST ) FINAL DISCHARGE and to: u
According to a recent government e AluminumStdmg CLAIR Deceased. ) TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON Begin 657.5 feet East of the
all time last ) CERN Northwest Corner of the NE ra
high
survey farm fires reached an year To all Creditors.- Legatee. Db- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the NWU of Section 6. Township
causing damage Jotaling $175,000,000. Each farm tributees and all Persons having that Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.. 29 South. Range 28 East. /L Si WISE-
Claims or Demands against UU has filed his final return as Executor run South 946 feet to the North 1p
fire destroyed property worth about six times that e Estate: of the estate of Amelia S. line of the Right of Way of Atlantic -

urban conflagration. You and each of you are hereby Keek deceased: that he has filedpetition Coast Line Railroad. run ECONOMII
burned In an average AAwnings notified and required to present for final .--discharge and thence in a Northeasterly direction
with any claims which you. or either of that he will apply to the Honorable along the North line of said
Would a fire on your farm catch you your you. may have against the estateof O. P. Johnson. County Judge Railroad Tight of way to the '

policies down? It may be time to review your Insur- e Storefront Lillian St. dair. deceased. late of Osceola County. FlorIda. on the North line of said Section 6 North. run Extra QuIlty .eiks
of Osceola County, Florida to the 16th day of September 1963. for thence West along tothethe
anc and we can be helpful. Call usl County Judge of said County at approval of same and for final line of said section 6 point 14.2 At No Extra Cert
Marquee his office In the Court House at discharge as Executor of the Es- of beginning, containing
Klsstmmee. Florida within six tate of Amelia S. Keek deceased ceres more or less.
PHONE 847-41 1 e EstimatesSEE months from the date of the firs This 12th day of August. 1963. as the property of the above flamed -.
publication of this Notice. Each sf MURRAY W OVERSTREET Jr. defendants and that on the Tin n. 474321Meaber
claim or demand must be In writing Murray W Overstreet. Jr.. Ex- day of October. 1963. between the
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and must state the place of ecutor of the Estate of legal hours of sale namely. 2OO w
and
LUPFER'SInsurance S. Keck deceased. o'clock In the forenoon
residence ot the claimant and must Amelia
be sworn to by the claimant, his August 15. 22. 29. Sept S. 1963 o'clock at the to front the afternoon door of on the said CourtHouse daY of Oseeok.iessty Barters AaeefeUaaPROQUCTS
scent or attorney or will
K. C. Mare. ,*k. become void according to law. IN THE COURT OF THE In Osceola sale County and sell riorlto to the .
This the 3lst day of August.s COUNTY JUDGE OSCEOLA I will offer for IB hand i
:
I Agency TRIANGLEBUILWNG" 1968. COUNTY. FLORIDA the highest above bidder d forte ), as OSCEOLA CEMENT
II /PHILLIP R. KEL LET. No. SImI of said defendants to
Executor of the Estate of NOTICE or nrHBm&r TO the property execution.ROBERT .
19181963 a Lillian St. dalr. deceased.: MAKE APPLICATION FOR satisfy said M. BUCKELS
Phillip R. Kelley INC.
FINAL MBCMABQC
Sheriff of Osceola County.
11 Stewart 3C .
Attorney IN RE: THE ESTATE OR 1 Florida

12 r..*w.y-Mm t. KM.Iwk-S47-41 21D n.e 847-227 P. O- Box. 381Ktesimmee Florid MARION H.IN JOHNS PROBATETO. ) E. C. Lanrford Jr., 1963 D. S. NEPTUNE ROAD a---m.--:
Sept 5. 12. 19. 26.
Auc. 29, Sept. 5. 12. 19, 1963 ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- .

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