Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00261
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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: January 10, 1963
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00261
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
lccn - sn 95026784
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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Today's issue of the Gazette In addition to'the Gazette, VOL 68. "O fl nee.ed as Osceola Second County.dais Matter Florida_ Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday, January I 10, I 1963 Established Phone 847-2881 1894 Price Ten Cents I
was printed on a new Goss the Daily Commercial will also

'I Suburban\ press located in the ,be printing the Eustis Lake Contract Malvin SamuelIs RubinoffTo
plant of the Leesburg Daily Commenial. Region News, Tavares Citizen, L"l
and other properties of Perry Honored
It utlUzesi* the latest methodofprlntlngoffsetwhjch Publications Inc., as well as For Water !
has the Florida Alligator, the University Malvin Samuel, clerk at the AppearIn
Kissimmee Post Office was
a flexibility of color and type daily, and other I ,
named of the
that was heretofore Impossible papers. Control WorkA ConcertTwo
Month at the Chamber of
I in the production of the newspaper The job shop of the Gazette
Commerce Koffee Klub last
will continue and as soon as $2.1 million contract for
week. Lions Clubs
The new method also makes the transition of printing the enlarging a 7.2-mile section ofthe I are spon.
I His friendly manner to all soring a program of Rubinoffand
It possible to have a later paper is completed work will Kissimmee River between
those with whom he comes in his Violin at Tupperware
start to install !
deadline on pictures which an offset ,
A press Lake Kissimmee and Lake
contact helps to remind folks Auditorium, Feb. 11. The two
can also be used more exten for commercial printing in the Okeechobee has been awarded -'
I'' Gazette that Kissimmee is a warm and clubs are Kissimmee and
a sively. plant here. to the Hendry Corp.,
which Southwest Orlando.
I friendly place in to
Deadline for and
copy correspondents Tampa.
Rubinoff is an internationally -
$ the new production scheduleIs are requested to cooper The Army Engineers said live.Malvin
lives at Fish Lake popular concert
Is Tuesday at noon and instead ate In meeting the new dead-, the project is part of the Central -
with Della and artist.
his wife, ,
I''J of mats, which' still can line so that the Gazette can and Southern Florida
be be delivered daughter Sharon who is a Announcement of the forth.
glossy reproductiont locally the same flood control
senior at Osceola High coming program was made by
proofs and as always on Wednesday
pictures de aft
are Bids will be opened later
School. They have one other Wells Moon, president of the _
sired. I ernoons.
\I H B V this month on an estimated daughter Mrs. Janice De- Kissimmee Club. He said, _
1 $100,000 in alterations to the Mond. "We feel fortunate in being .d"

Plans For launch complex 18 at Cape The Sentinel Star was host able to bring such a great artist t- t ; _, _ _
Underway Canaveral.The to the Klub. Winners of the to this area." -
t army said it will open door prizes were Lottie Law- Rubinoff is known for his
bids next month on the conversion -
ler and Rodney Walker. concert appearances, nation-
of an existing buildIng The next Koffee Klub will wide radio broadcasts with
II 19th Livestock, ShowThe at the Cape for use as a be held January 30th at 9 a.m. i Eddie Cantor, television guest

communications shop esti-- at the Tropical Hotel when a.. appearances,. and motion picture
mated 'cost $100,000-and on
outstanding combined usually to Florida cattle special program will be presented engagements.
the enlargement of a canal between -
and the He will play his fabulous
community effort of the year, breeders only, will open its Lakes Hatchineha and Salespersonof
the Year will be selected. Stradivarius violin which, in-
the 19th Annual Kissimmee doors to breeders of one
Kissimmee. Estimated
Valley Livestock Show, Feb breed of cattle, "round the cost The Utility Department of sured for $100,000, is reputedto
of the water control projectis
ruary 20-24, 1963, at the Livestock world," each year. $400,000. the City of Kissimmee will be possess the most beautiful
- Pavilion promises to bea Upon adoption of the new host. tonal qualities in the world.

notable one as members of policy, a drawing was held to AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH OF INTERCHANGE-PIctured above Is an aerial photographof

the Board of Directors work determine that this year out New Flood Work Elks Hold Blood the Orlando South Interchange of the Florida State Turnpike. Although construction of
energetically on planned improvements -of state Angus cattle exhibitors the entire 155-mile extension was 3-percent behind schedule' in December, ceastrueHen

_ and the nationally would be invited to place Bank Drive HereOn should be ahead or on schedule by the end of January. The 102-mile portion between'
recognized Silver Spurs their prize winning cattle in Orlando and Ft. Pierce will be completed and opened for public use in the latter quarter

_41 Rodeo, now being prepared competition with Florida of the year. :Much of the, extension runs through the entire length of Osceeta County. .
) for its three shows February stock. Each year the commit Totals $28.7 Million Wednesday." January 16th

______J' 22, 23, 24, 1963.. tee plans to open the show to 1963, a special drive for blood
S The annual show, Osceola's"County a different breed. donations from all 'volunteers Yacht Club Former Agent Here
Fair," one of the Silver Spurs Rodeo Big Construction will be started 36, between Lakes Cypress and present has been scheduled by the
I areas outstanding events has Boss "Hank" Partin is prepar- this year on $28.7 million worthof Hatchineha; and C-37, between Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873- Plans Year's I
been enlarged to include in- ing to release the names of new works for the Central and Lakes Hatchineha and Kissim- The Mobile Unit of the Central Announces RetirementOne
: terests of the town people as committees some of whichare Southern Florida Flood Control mee), both located approximatelyon Florida Blood Bank of Orlandowill

_ well as those of the cattle and already busily engaged in District. the Polk County Osceola Coun- come to 15 W DarlingtonAve. ProgramsThe
agricultural population.The preparing the program and This will bring the value of ty line. Cost: $1,613,000. in Kissimmee' and set up of Florida's Women of the I demonstration agent and .has been
-h very limited facilitiesof stock for the nationally recognized FCD works under construction in Additions to the Herbert its equipment for all donations. regular monthly meetingwas Year is stepping down for a wel district agent for OaceoU County

the pavilion provided for RCA approved rodeo. 1963 to more than $50 million, according Hoover Dike, on the south and Since the last blood drive about held Jan. 7th with the usual deserved rest after 44 years oi for this time. Many people in

_____ only a small auditorium for The Silver Spurs mid-winter to Riley S. Miles Chairman the north shores of Lake Okee- three months ago this Elk blood covered dish supper. William distinguished service with the the county will remember Mrs.
the three special displays: rodeo is outstanding in the of the 18-county District. chobee. Cost: $3,019,000. reserve with the Orlando Blood Martin, Treasurer of the Cere- Florida Agricultural Extension Barrus and her pleasant manner.

_'1 Art, Ceramics, and Flower Ar. quality of contestants and The figure represents the biggest A coastal levee (L-31-E) in Bank was called upon to help in bral Palsy Clinic of -Orlando, Service. Active in the early work of the

f, rangements. Participation in performers and attracts visit- annual construction programin southeastern Dade County. Cost: cases of need and emergencies presented a film and explainedthe The retirement of Mrs. Edith Extension Service, Mrs. Barrus
I these exhibits was good, and ors from throughout Florida the District's 13-year history $1,000,000. with about forty units of blood: functions of the Clinic. Y. Barrus, Tallahassee, distric spearheaded the organizing' 01

enthusiastic appreciation was and from states from Texas toNew Miles added. Completion of Canal 25 (Belcher these donations were given to Marie Riggs, chairman of the home demonstration agent fo tome Demonstration and 4-H Club

AI shown by the visitors. England.The During 1962, new primary wa- Canal in St Lucie County. residents of Osceola County, as Ways and Means Committee, southwest Florida, was announcec O>uncUs. She helped develop a
- This year the Board of Directors State prize-winning er control works valued at 515.7 Cost: $250,000.Contracts well as to Elks. members and presented her program for the I this week by Dr. Marshall 0 broad Home Demonstration and
have been able to Silver Spurs Rodeo-Livestock were completed. At the year's for construction of their families. And if this reserveis year Starting with dinners and Watkins, director of Florida's Ag 4-H Dub program in the state

I make the Conference Room Souvenir Program, made pos end construction was still under- most of these new works shouldbe to continue functioning in the dances alternating each first ricultural Extension Service. Wat covering management, marketing,
_p available to accommodate two sible by the advertisementsof way on works valued at more awarded in early 1963. months ahead it is necessary to Saturday of each month. The kins praised Mrs. Barrus for her home improvement, and foods and
additional craft or hobby ex i local merchants and area receive enough blood before it faithful devotion to Florida's rural nutrition.
than $26 million. The Army Corps Engineers first dinner will be held on Feb.
hibits. The Exhibit Commit. suppliers, has become recognized era be given away. and urban homemakers stating For her accomplishment, she
Principal now under- responsible for construction, has 2 and will be to the pub
-- tee is eager to hear from as an effective advertisIng programs January According to Paul Lutz chairman open that her contributions will have a was recently named "Florida's
bid In
I groups or individuals who medium. Editor Jim Kil- way include: scheduled 13 openings of this event, this Elk blood lic.Dick lasting effect on the progress ot 1962 Woman of the Year in Service -
have suggestions as to the activities lip reports that it is receiving, The Caloosahatchee River whichis February and March. and reserve is the only source for Davis, Cruisemaster pre our rural and urban communities.A to Rural Women" 'by the
_ that would have the generous support by the business being widened ,and deepened one for May, 1963 leaving only anyone in the entire county who sented his program'for the year native of Wisconsin, Mrs. Progressive Fanner magazine !
widest appeal to hobbyists or people. between Lake Okeechobee and the two or three jobs to be awarded is in need of blood! starting with a one day cruiseto Barrus joined in the service oj Mrs. Barrus is Immediate Past

amateur craftsmen. Suggestions .' Interest by commercial exhibitors Gulf of Mexico as an improve, ;! later in the year. All donors must be in good Fryer Cove on Sunday Jan the Sunshine State in 1918 a I Worthy Chief of AJttt Delta
;. may.,be: phoned 'to the forecasts the 'largest, .western, outlet for" the Lake Highlights of the past year for general health -without cqlo4.pt" 13. Six boats made this cruise ,home demonstration agent} ifIBUsborough Chapter of :Epsilon Spna Phi
office of County Agent Jim and most colorful\ display ,in "The Kissimmee River and Upper theTlood Control TJiStrirt include other ailments; 'they should not laist Saturday and, ""Sunday, and County. Two years i and is.an active member of the
l Smith, 8474181. the show's history. A limited Kissimmee Basin north of completion of $15.7 million worthof have taken medications or pills all) had a safe trip. The ramp later she became home demonstration American Home Economics Association -
Livestock Show Chairman !amount of both interior and Lake Okeechobee, where canal new primary water control for two weeks prior to the date closest to the Club House will agent to Palm Beach! the Dottgnten of American -
Frank Poffenbaugh of St. exterior display space is still and structures are being built to I works. While the Corps c f' Engineers above. No substantial meal shouldbe be fixed to enable usage by County where she received a na-[ Revolution, and the Eastern
_ Cloud ,reports that the Show available to exhibitors. serve a" five-county! area of cen-I is responsible for construction eaten for four hours before tional award for her service. In Star.
I tral Florida. the Flood Control District giving blood and should have only then.Hessie Langston's name was 1913, she was made district norm

"Anne'Frank"; The Herbert. Hoover Dike whichis provideland and rights of way i fruit and fruit juices, coffee or drawn from the jackpot but she - -
City Charter being enlarged and extended for new works and operates and : tea. The donors are well taken was not attending.
ScheduledThis'Week around Lake Okeechobee, to improve -maintains most of the works after care of by the medical staff of Polk County Asks

flood control and make pos. completion. the Mobile Unit and right after County Gets $53,000State
Changes AreContemplated sible storage of more water in Major jobs completed in the giving their donation they will be III
__ the big Lake. past 12 months include: guests of the Elks Lodge for a Comptroller Ray E.
Friday and Saturday, January Of the $26 million construction Pumping Station 8, on the big steak dinner.Telephone. Green said yesterday checks for Osceola Cooperation
11th and 12th, are the big I workload underway. in January Palm Beach-Broward County line. $13,500 are being mailed to each
nights of 1963 for some forty 1963. some 14 contracts with a Cost: $3.1 million. of the state's 67 counties as their
Osceolans. These fortyoddare City Atty. Ed Brinson Is expected total value of 59.170,251 are More than 50 miles of new I Company share of the race track tax fund. A ,Polk County delegation has Polk commiMioner; Benny Fen-
the teen-agers and adults to go to Tallahasseeto scheduled for completion during : levees in and around Conservation -' Asks For Bids The Comptroller said a totalof asked the Osceola County Com I ton. chairman of the road committee -

who comprise the cast, the ask the aid oi the legislative 1963. This will leave seven big I Area 3, in Dade and Brow- $53,000 has been sent to the mission for cooperation in estab-- of the Lakeland Chamber
technical staff, the promotion.al reference bureau in draw- contracts (totalling 517,132,843) ard Counties and portions of The Florida Telephone Corporation -counties thus far during the cur- lishing a road to missile land. i of Commerce. and C. W. Fielding
teams, and the house committees ing up some amendments tc which will continue throughout three coastal canals in those announces that it has ask- rent fiscal period. Appearing before the board I otk County engineer.

for the Footlight the city charter. 1963 and be completed sometime counties (Black Creek C 1; Bis- ed for bids on construction of Arie Peter Banta Monday were Aldine Combee, Combee told the commission
I Theattre Guild's presentationof The commission has discuss in 1004. cayne Canal, C-8; and Hollywood an underground telephone cable I tht his county is interested in a
The Diary Sir Ann 1'.1\-,1] ed number of charter Flame mad to tie Pottc in with the Ca '
8:15 curtainat I a Works to be started in 1963 include canal C-10. cost: J6.9 million. Iran Alligator Lake to HoJopaw Died on SundayArie Miss Contest' [)(
When the m.
p. changes including provisions Osceola County has also
I area.
the following: Dredging of the first nine for a distance of 10 miles
the Osceola High School allowing the city judge to issue River Peter Banta 70. Bass St., Scheduled January 24th been interested in a tie in with
Two coastal canals in southeastern miles of the Caloosahatchee Max E. Wettstein presidentand
Auditorium rises upon the search warrants to allow Kissunmee, died Sunday.
the Cape area and hat the Nova
above Fort Cost: of the
(C-43)) Myers. general
Palm Beach CountyC15. manager
first scene of this Pulitzer "hot pursuit" by the police Born in Oxford, Mich., he livedin The Miss Flame Contest, spon- road program well ndcrway.It .
Prize winning play, it will across county lines; and allow ]- between Boca Raton and Del- fl.7 million. Florida Telephone Corporationsaid Kissimmee for the past eight noted by the Kissimmee Firemen's was suggested that 17-92 be
_ of 25 Belcher cable will
Portions Canal ( this
culmination of two ray Beach and C-16 (Boynton underground will be held
mark the statewide service of city years selling Raleigh productsand Auxiliary,
four IaMd from Haines City toKisefmmee
months of rehearsals, of technical warrants. Canal). Total cost: 4436000. Canal) and facilities on Canal 23 parallel State Road 500 from also operating a fruit busi Thursday January 24th at 7 but the Pole county
sessions, and Continuation of dredging of the :(Bessey Creek Canal) to serve .500A to Holopaw. the auditor
planning list of at Tupperware
Also on the proposed ness. He was a member of Orange p.m. 'group favored road going south
of countless man-hours of just charter changes is putting city Caloosahatchee River (C-43) west Martin and St. Lucie Counties.Cost I Wettstein also stated that this Blossom Lodge No. 80, ium. Contestants must be there of Lake Tonopefcattga a However
work. of Lake Okeechobee for 13.7 : $860,000. new cable project would be under
plain hard election registration in the -- F&AM, Amaranth Crown Court by 6 p.m.Rehearsal.
interested In the
The one man directly responsible hands of the county supervisor miles between Alva and LaBelle, Two levees northwest of Lake construction' in a few days No. 33 and the White Shrine No. will be held Friday, they are alto .
for seeing to it that increasing the amount the and improvements to the lock and Okeechobee, a portion of Canal and that this new telephone 22, Orlando. I January 18th. at 6'p.m. This is four-iairing of 1788.The
all the myriad details are city manager can spend to spillway at Ortona. Total cost: 11-A (Slough Ditch) and two spill- cable would provide additional Surviving are wife. Lillian A., I compulsory.One Nova Road which it expected
into successful final also northwest of Lake telephone circuits to Holopaw nineteen to be under eoMtrvetion
blended a $1,200, and establishing a delinquent $11,843,000. ways Kissimmee; son Loris, Ft. Lau- hundred girls
production is the director, tax collection system S Continuation of dredging of Okeechobee. Cost: $3 million. from the St. Cloud exchange derdale; daughter Mrs. Elva win compete for the title of Miss this year. hat been the major

Kenneth Duncan. But, Dun similar to that used by the 'the Kissunmee-River (C-38) northof and also would greatly improvethe Hotowski, East Jordan, Mich.; six Flame and the winner will receive project of the Otetola County
can is adamant in pointingout county. Lake Okeechobee, and con Homer Jack Perkins telephone service in this grandchildren and three great.grandchi1dren. an an expense paid tripto commission for the. past year.
that none of this could Brinson's trip to Tallahassee struction of two more of the six area. the Florida State Firemen's

have reached fruitition with will enable him to determine lock-dam-and-spillway structures Claimed by Death Funeral services will be held convention at Panama City fa Mrs. Hileman's
out the loyal and devoted as- what charter provis- planned for the River. Cost: 56- in Riedel Chapel at 3 p.m. Thursday May.where she will compete for
sistance of all of the teams Ions have proved most sue- 534,800. Mr. Homer J. Perkins 59, 1703 Cattlemen MoveTo with Rev. G. W. Cook offi the State title. Brother Killed

mentioned 'above. cessful In other communities Digging of two new canals In Orange Blvd., Kissiramee died ciating. The Masonic Lodge will The girls competing iff Kissimmee -
"Anne Frank" will go downin throughout the state. the Upper Kissimmee Basin (C- Sunday. New Building conduct graveside services in are each sponsored by a William Touchton Jr. of Winter
the ,history of the Footlight- Born in Chicago HL, he cameto Rose Hill Cemetery. Riedel Fu local merchant or civic club. Haven was killed instantly Sunday
S ers as its. most ambitious and Kissimmee seven years ago to Headquarters of the Florida neral Home Kissimmee, is in Girls will be judged in evening night tn a head-en collision
difficult production. The Guild Tupperware To Hold become manager of National Loan Cattlemen's Assn. has been charge. gowns and will not wear corsages just South of LaBefle.
is once again to be congratulated & Finance Co. He was managerof moved to its new building. on during competition. Five Hit son John. Ray, M, was
: for living up to its the Saratoga Springs Finance N. Bermuda. Mrs. finalists will be chosen by four setiouciy injured.TeueasM .
pledge to bring to Osceola Co. prior to moving to Kissimmee. The new ,building, financedby Mayme Poskin out of county judges. There will WM the bnttter of

County the finest in live tbe- Distributors MeetingApproximately He was a veteran of World contributions from cattle- Died on MondayMrs. be prizes for all five. Mrs. Byron Hflemaa oi Ktotimraee. -
atre today. War II and a member of BPOE men and others interested in Admission is free. .

No. 1973 in Kissimtnee. the cattle industry in_ Florida, Mayme Mary Poskin, 67
:t Gazette Awarded '300 Tupperware has been allotted in their schedule cost in excess of 30000. It 108 Lake Shore Dr., Kissimmee,
'distributors will convene at their as "free time" to shop and brother Surviving are wife, Anna W.; was built by Lee Graves Con died Monday. Elks To Celebrate
Ray Island N. Y.
1 Citation Jrlenday company headquarters beginning visit the points of interest in Central sister Mrs. Vivian Hutcbek Indianapolis struction Co.Dedication. Born in Milks Grove, 11:., she I
Thursday; January 10. This will Florida. of the new build- .'made Ktssknmee her winter home
The Gazette was awarded a be the second section of their Rexall Drug and Chemical Com: Ind. Ing will be discussed at a for the past 12 years. She was a 10th AnniversaryExtensive
citation for distinguished service annual conference.This year's pany board member, Mr. J. C Funeral services were held at meeting of the board of directors : member of Assumption BVW
e by, the Florida ,Division of the conference was divided into two Cornelius, will be the featured the Chapel of Riedel Funeral who will meet for the Catholic Church, Catholic Daughters

American Cancer, Society Monfrsy. sections; the first being held in' speaker during the five-day con Home at 2 p.m. Wednesday with first time in the new bead- of America, Altar Rosary plans are being made, paM and peeoo ....sand

_ ; "' Hawaii earlier this month. Distributors ference. Mr. Cornelius is best FT. Wendell M. Hainlin officiating. quarters today.Barracks Society, Home Bureau Extensionand at the present by Kissiramee Elks of the ladies ot HM AvriMary.
In making the presentationPete who attended that portion known. for his contributions to the ,Members of Elks Lodge No. 1873 1- Royal Neighbors in Askum. Lodge No. 1873 to celebrate the All member aad their wives

Hunt:: Crusade chairman will not be attending in Kis-, advertising business. He pioneered served as honorary and active 1068 To tenth anniversary of its existence have been cordially Invited to attend .
-- said it was a!commendation for simmee. many innovations that are i casket bearers and bad their in.Surviving are huffcand, JosephE. during this month On Thursday flat gala a aIr. Dinner will

S. continuing: cooperation and devotion According: ,to Tupperware president used throughout the advertising :ritualistic service in the ChapeL Meet FridayVeterans I4iht .; sons Eugene. St. Anne, IlL evening, January 24th, a special i be served at 7 o'clock and the
as a constructive contribution Hamer Wilson "The conference industry today. When he retiredin Interment was in the veterans' Vincent. Thaville. DL, Joseph! D., I reception from 5 to 7 o'clock program will be presented immediately -

in the fight to conquer to be:) held in Kisshnmee 1955. be was executive vice I burial plot in Rose Hill ,Cemetery of World War I, Kansas City, Mo. and Armond, :has been scheduled, when the afterward, with PER

cancer._ should be the most outstanding nresident in charge of ,western under direction of Riedel Funeral I Barracks 1068 and Ladies Askum, IlL; daughters Mrs. Max- ladies of the Auxiliary will act ,Jim Flanagan at Master of Cere-
- and memorable in the history of offices of Batten. Barton, Durstine Home, Kissimtnee. : Auxiliary will meet Friday, ine Baron, Cincinnati, Ohio Mrs. as the hostesses, with President moniec
No Fatal Accidents our company.** A full scheduleof and Oabom, a national advertising January llth and every second Josephine Jacobs, Manteno, HL, Mrs. Jack White and her committee It Mia also announced at the
events and training sessionsare : Friday evening of each and Mrs. Alice Springs Bonham presiding over the punch la* meeting that the EMra Lodge

;; In City In 1962.No planned for the Tu rware. ,agPossibly one of the most outstanding Charles Rengers month at 7:30 p. m Tex.; brothers John Yonke, Kan- bowl and offering cocktail snacks will observe "Freedom Week"
distributors. events planned for the All eligible veterans and kakee, HL, and Ralph Yonke. to all present. The usual steak during the week of January 14th
I fatal accidents occurred Conferences are primarily work conference will be the presentation Renamed To Post ladies are urged to attend this Joliet I1L; sister Mrs. Gertrude dinners at the regular prices will to 19th. with' ) a special ceremony

'.within the city limits during sessions for Tupperware distributors of 1963 Trwndertirds to Tupperware meeting at which elected officers Poskin, St. Anne m., and Sister be served during the evening scheduled for the regular meetingon
1963, according to Bob Best, and their days will be filled distributors who, exceeded -, Charles Rengers was renamed will be installed for the Mary Ursula Momence, HL, and from 6:30 to 9 o'clock. Tuesday, January 1Mb and
recently by
1 chief of police. with presentations covering ad- their 1962 sales goals. the city commission.assessor coming year. 25 grandchildren I On Friday evening, January also with a special event honoring

The last fatal accident inside vertising sales promotion public Mrs. Mattie R. Culton of Can city The meeting will be held at The body was forwarded to As- 25th a special "Anniversary Ban, the representative! of the local

the city occurred in November relations, purchasing and sales I ton. Illinois is visiting her brother -I Rengers is paid $3,600 a the Orange Gardens Conv>. kum for funeral services and quet" will be held in honor of press and radto and thair ladies

1961. I training. One and one-half days I Glenn Ray. year. munity Building. burial by Riedel Funeral,Home. the lodge charter members, the during the aantvcnary.

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The Kisshnmee.Gazette Kissimmee. Florida! T iUl"S., Jan. 10,1963 Uline-Marshall Vida Gould Attends
I Beta Epsilons Meet
i Engagement ToldMr. KAST Members Orlando Convention

and Mrs. Raymond Uline GoodwinE. Mrs. Vida GouM, local plastic -
By E. Sykes:
In Renee TerraceThe
announce the engagement of their housewares distributor, is

daughter Sylvia Louise, to Rob-I attending a business convention -

r (: tltlltlllt1llbI ert Marcus Marshall, son of Beta Epsilon chapter of Pat Clark Duane Watts, Ken at Orlando January 1015.
SYKES GOODWIN ter and coal in the summer,
: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marshall. Beta Sigma Phi met at the Caldwell, Raymond Yates, Van Mrs. Gould will participate
again inspired
Mr' and Mrs. Clarence once though
: 7 The bride-elect graduated from Renee Terrace home of Mrs. Bass, Bill Makinson, Bill Hasty, In conferences covering 1963
I Every 213 North BermudaAve. of a happier life back on the
i Osceola School Ed Brinson John Jennings marketing plans for the
High with the Dick Luzadder.Mrs. Spencer, Tupperware -
farm the entire
Mansfield so
I ) <"f r: class of '62 and is employed by come John Spencer, member Overtstreet, Bob BerHnsky Division of Rexall
; Pa. and observed their Golden profitably auctioned off.
: .J. By the Florida Cattlemen's Associa Now, possessed with ship chairman, reported that the and George Muller. Drug and Chemical Company
Wedding anniversary on many
.,,......... .. "1<. .. times his first $75 of chapter had been awarded ten Sunday, January 12, Mrs
tion.Marshall January 8th. Numerous greetings capital,
:...; ..,' ., was graduated from WomenTo Gould plans a tour of Central
:;' ; of local friends and congratulations and spurred on by the timely dollars by International for their Methodist
Osceola High School in the same activites. Florida. She will returnto
of arrival of James and rushing
from many Joseph, }
H I class and is employed by Winn- Frances Mrs. Raymond Yates reported Hold Study her office at 524 Mam
Mary Joan
The Roberson family helda were Sunday guests of Mr. and in their scattered relatives and our Street, Wednesday January
Dixie Kissimmee. ,
reunion Sunday at the Idora Mrs. John Farmer. They were friends have been received.Mr. hardworking mart with the that the social committee was The second study of "The Rim 16.Mrs.. -

Park home of Mr. and Mrs. returning from their honeymoon Every is the grandson contagious and winning smile formulating plans for a social of Asia" will be held at the

L Roscoe Roberson. Among spent in Kingston Jamaica. They Mary Hansell To of a Civil War veteran and bought a 300 acre farm in which would include the husbands First Methodist Church Tuesday,

I those here for the occasion are making! their home at Lakeland one of the 10 children of Mansfield and started horse of the members and that January 15 from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Lora Stout

were Mrs. Leona Dutton, Tal-, i Wed Douglas Horde James W. and Polly Cleveland trading, where, we assume, completed plans would be an- Speakers will be Mrs. N. O. Le-

lahassee; Judge and Mrs. Dr. Frank Collins, who is stationed Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Every; born at Bross- he was not too well acquainted nounced later. land, Mrs. H. H. Ladson and Honored At DinnerMrs.
burg Pa., he added his quotato with the citizenry. Of Mrs. Jennings Overstreet introduced
Harold Crosby and daughters, at Washington, D. C wasa Hansell announce the engage- Mrs. W. C. Seckman.
the income of his course, he knew that well Mrs. Nelson Makinsonwho Grace State
r family a sponsoreda
Susan and Ann of Gainesville )
l ; weekend visitor .at the homeof ment of their daughter, Mary AH WSCS are urged to attend
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dusen- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hutchin- Edwene, to Douglas Rodney mail carrier father as a newsboy groomed nag might appear presented the program for and to bring a friend. carry-in birthday dinner in

burg Sr., and daughters, Mrs. Horde, son of Mrs. Maurine C. for five years. Another sound of wind and limb even the evening on literature. She honor 01..... Lora Stout's 85th

C. G. Dry and Miss Genene son.Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph Berring- Horde of Nashville, Tennessee. five years were spent workingon though rather old and some defined the various forms of literature birthday at the home of her
farms near Sayre, Pa. With what blind; these facts had to and of Heerens HonoredAt
t Dusenburg, Mr. and Mrs. E. er have arrived from Grove City The bride-elect is a graduate gave nephew' and 4ece,. Mr. and
C. Dusenburg Jr., and sons, this experience and two ambitious be explained. ,writers who were outstanding in Mrs Gut Bores at Campbell l;
Pa. to spend'the winter here. of Osceola High School and ol Orlando Party
Michael and Robert all of prospects-ioyiew, on Having a large barn on the each category. The program was Station.
Leesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Ros- Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Grove Florida State University. the recommendation of a well- property which he still owns, expertly presented by Mrs. Mak- A buffet supper party at the Other guexts were another
is of
Horde West
have arrived from College a graduate who he soon bought and sold Air Force Base Officers'
wishing acquaintance cattleas Orlando
coe Roberson and son, John, inson and was thoroughly enjoyed nephew and afece. Mr. and Mrs
their son-in-law and daughter, Springs, Iowa to spend the winter. End High School and George stated that there was one and well as horses, then entire by all. Club was held Saturday night Wott.
Norman who have recently
Mr. and Mrs. James Emersonand They are located at 318 Brack Peabody College, both of Nashville only one attractive girl worthyof farms were handled. Mr. Every Mrs. Luzadder served deliciousrefreshments honoring- Lt. Colonel and Mrs. moved here from Bay Village

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hoot- Street. and has done graduate his attentions 100 miles claims he made a lot of to the following William G. Heeren upon Lt. Coto-
Ohio Mis. Lime Webster Mrs
en and daughter, Venise. Mr and Mrs. Frank H. Earlyof work at Kansas State University I away at Montdale, Pa., he accepted good trades, while admitting members: Mmes. Ralph Loh- nel's retirement from the active :
Wilson and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mc. Gravesville, New York have of Manhattan Kansas. a providential offer to that he still' has a considerable man Bob Guynn, Charles White. reserve. Emma'. Sidney

Ginnes of Wayne, Pennsylvania arrived to spend several months. run the Elmbrook Dairy acreage and not a few barns He has been active in reserve LumJe)

arrived last week to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Smith Ida Tiller Circle Farm.' One year was sufficientto for sale at very reasonable MYF Counselors affairs in the Orlando area since

spend several weeks at the and son.Mark of daypool, Indiana clinch an ardent interestin prices.As 1SM7, after his return from overseas
Tropical HoteL i arrived on New Year's Day Met Monday AfternoonThe Miss Mary Guinan and to a side line during a two Honored At Dinner duty during World War II Osceola HospitalIt

,Mrs. Ed Whitewolf is recuperating for a visit with Mrs. Smith's thoroughly awaken a desire year period he traveled He recalled to active duty
Ida Tiller Circle of the through 11 Dr. and Mrs. J. W Nced- was is with regret that my
for additional income. Retracing Pennsylvania
following surgery last parents, the Fred Hunters, 407 First Methodist Church met at counties ham, counselors of the Junior I I in 1951 during the Korean Con educational plans force mo
week. the 100 miles back to organizing dealers to sell
.Sun Street. the home of Mrs. Rena Adkins obtained commercial fertilizers High Department of the Methodist flict. For the past two years he to leave the employ of Dr
Sayre he a more re- for the
Mr. and
of Hammond Robert Indiana Webber win- Semester Exams Monday afternoon with 12 mem- munerative job in the shop of Armour Company at Baltimore Youth Fellowship, were has been an instructor in the Orlando John O. Rao and Osceola

arrive this weekend, to ,visit bers, seven associate membersand the Lehigh Valley Railroad, Md. honored at a covered dish super -i. USA Reserve School, wherehe Hospital.As .

Mrs. Webber's mother Schedule SetThe four guests present. receiving two or three modest More recently he stocked > given by the Junior and taught the Command add Gen his personal secretaryI
step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Jul. During the business session pay raises during a period of the farm with 25 pure bred Senior departments of the eral Staff course. learned of a truly great
ius Smith. Osceola Junior and Senior Miss Mary Tiller told of the I three years.Convinced. Guernsey cows and managed MYF Friday night. After the supper the Commandand humanitarian, phy sic i i a n

I Mrs Dorr Van Etten left High Schools will observe tradi- family helped by the Circle at that his financial a dairy successfully. Along The Needhams, who have General Staff 2nd year class and surgeon who ranks

last weekend for San Francisco tional semester examinations Christmas time.It success and the future happi- I with semi-retirement his fields resigned their post as they 1962 students presented Col. Heeren with the best. I will miss

California, to visit her during Wednesday. Thursday', was announced that the reg- ness of Miss Guinan called around the Mansfield home- are moving out of town, were with a plaque. him. Kisshnmee should 1 bo

daughter. and Friday January 16-18 Inclusive ular meeting will be a potluck for him to go into businessfor I stead are grazed by white presented a gift by the junior Those present were the Orlando proud of this good man.

Seen dining in the Painted The examinations which lunch at the bungalow February4th himself, he somehow acquired -faced, Hereford beef cattle; group. Reserve School Comman- To George Coffey adm

Desert Room at Wilbur Clark's will cover a two-hour period for at 12:?" a pair of horses and !his two sons are engaged in The Senior Department dant, Lt. Col. (Judge) and Mrs. who has been most cooperative .

Desert Inn at Las Vegas recently . each examination subject in all The comtiiittee to serve at the an ice wagon, making the 'the heavy machinery, con held an all day planning ses- Richard H. Cooper, Lt. Col. and and pleasant and

were Mr. and Mrs. subjects for which credit is to general meeting in February are most of his three years' savings I struction and earth moving sion Sunday at Cody's Campon Mrs. G. Prickett, Lt. Col. and all of the employees of the
of $75. Ere long he hada business; his daughters Lake Bryan. Plans for the Mrs. F. Stuart Major and MrsL.
Joseph Carroll of Kissimmee.Joe be obtained. Mines. Halstead. Loomis, Adkin, ; II are Osceola Hospital, it has
second team and was buying happily married and he is next three months were out- and Mrs. 11 Chas-
is a baseball trainer in Examination periods will be- Littell and Pollom. Bishop, Maj. been a pleasure working
unlimited quantities of grandpa to five lined. tain and Mrs. R.
healthy Maj. Green.
the with
Cincinnati Mrs. R. Pollom you.
organization. gin each day at 8 a.m. sharp R. presented Attending the meeting with
congealed water from a newly youngsters. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. R. Lee and
While Maj. Maj. God willing, I look for-
relaxing in the
resort and continue uuntil 3 p.m, There the devotions using her theme the seniors were :Mr. and Mrs.
organized Cooperative Artifi--Every are now quite
contentto E. Mercer and Mrs.
Mrs. Maj.
city they viewed ward to returning.
some will be one study period set "Thinking Things Through. Harris Daniel counselors, and
cial Ice Plant take it ,
thus eliminating shuffle
easy, with E. Schoenberg Maj. and Mrs.H. God bless aU.Marie .
spectacular shows appearing students Mrs. F. 0. had you
side each for to
day Tewksbury their Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Whitting-
the old fashioned
ice- friends
and Tollas and Capt. and Mrs. L
along the
famed James
Strip. Vegas do added review for tests sched- charge of the lesson and used as house wastes from melting. enjoy retirement with nevera ton. Mowery.

uled later in the examination her topic "A Deaconess Reviews Two years of skillful plan- thought of starting another I
Dr. and Mrs Darrow Getty
enjoyed a cruise to Nassau this !!schedule. the Work of a Deacon ning, heavy lifting, cake split- business venture.A .
ness. ting and cash collecting National Farm
were organization -
weekend.Mr. .
Serve SaturdayThe
past Supper Mrs. Adkin. assisted by Mrs. enough to assure wedding the Tioga Valley Grangeand -
and Mrs. Jim Market and
American Legion Auxiliary Olga Halstead, served delicious Dells and a new home in their church affiliationsare ROGERS BROS.CONTRACTORS
children Scott and Shellie, of .
Williston, were holiday guests of will serve an old fashioned refreshments at the close of the Sayre, Pa. A total of six among- their favorite loy-
selling ice in the win- alties.
Jim's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I beef stew dinner Saturday from i

Paul Riggs. 5 to 7 p.m. in the Legion home.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Williamsof I The price will be $1.00 for 1- --- I I ORANGE GARDEN "Builder of Better Homes"Specializing

Alachua were guests of Mr. adults, 50 cents for children. In Home Construction
and Mrs. John Farmer Sunday. Proceeds will go to the Girls JOTTINGS .
Mr. and Mrs.: Bryan J. Taylor State, Fund. KENANSVILLEBy o Design & Planning Service

t e Conventional Financing

Betty Bass By ANNA J. /l YNQLI4SI Construction
....-. :- 4PvtWrrr .' C Precision f :
c c. Choice Building Sites :
*A jnost interesting! and instructive ; :DJ Marvin, Jr., left o .
Gus Baisden has returned evening was enjoyed "by'all Monday for U.S." Marine Corps Competent Competitive Complete

home after spending two weeks who attended the Orange Gardens Base at Camp LeJeune, N.C., after PHONE 847.4639

at a Kissimmee Hospital. Civic Assoc. Meeting last spending the holidays with his

Others on the sick list include Thursday evening, Jan. 3rd, at parents E Mr. and Mrs. Wm. D. Albert Rogers Murray Rogers

O. L Strickland Gene Vickers the Community Bldg. After a Marvin of 1807 Orange Blvd.

and Sheldon Larry Bass and brief business session Mrs. Hen- ONCE OVER LIGHTLYIt

II Mayme Harvey. For all of these demon of Maitland showed and seems like one of the first

tA4REFRIGERATION = we wish a speedy recovery. discussed color slides of Greece, things a child learns at schoolis
- -
Kate Bass was called I
Mrs. with particular reference to the that other children get allow- - -- -
back to Starke where shespent Acropolis and Parthenon in Ath- ances. THE DEPHBABUES BUILT BY DODGE! - '- .:..- =- -'- - - -- .

two months recently with her .
Modern, silent refrigeration is who were ill, because of ens. There was also a display of *
tops . Servel Gas refrigerationis parents hand woven blinds and screens, The psychiatrist turned to the
absolutely silent . lasts more illness in the family. : etc. All in all, it was an outstanding child's mother and advised, "I
longer (no moving parts) . The L. C. Watson family are
program and Mrs. Henderson will see Johnny next month, but
automatic ice-maker with no home again after a nice vacation -
mussy, fussy ice trays . constant of several days visiting in deserves a vote ot"thanks for I you need help yourself You are
supply of ice. Gas refrigeration and around Gainesville. making it such an enjoyable af-- upset and worried about the child,

provides service In any Funeral services were held? at fair so I suggest you take one of

weather. . 10-year warranty.GREEN'S . Okeechobee on Sunday for Mr. * these tranquilizers each day untilI
A review of the January see you again."
Elmer Bass who passed: away
Wednesday, January 2. The son O.G.CA. for the present month A month later the mother .

of the late Quinn and Callie indicates a varied line-up of com- brought, the child back.

Bass he was a resident of Ken- ing events. On Thursday evening, "How is Johnny getting along"
h Jan. 10, there will be a comm pity the doctor asked.
FUEL ansville some years ago. !
r Birthday wishes this week go sing to which everyone who "The mother replied, "who

to Glenn Baisden, Judy Lam- enjoys singing is invited to come. cares?"
On Jan. 12 there will t1 .
bert and Claud Bass. Saturday ,
Rev. M. M. Martin plans to be the Progressive Play Shuffleboard Quipped comedian George Go-

bt at the Lake View Baptist at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, bel: '"I run my home like a ship

PARKS FURNITURE CO. church on the evening of Saturday Jan. 17 is the late of the Bingo -I'm the captain. How did 1 I

Jan. 19th for: the purpose Party, and on the 19th, the Cin know I was going to marry an

"See Us For Your Gas Appliances" of showing films he made on his erama Trip to Tampa. Details of admiral?" $2,245. HOT LOADED

I ST. CLOUD recent trip to the Holy Land. All all these programs can be ob-
KISSIMMEE are welcome to attend. tained by consulting the notes
847-4171 892-2011 attached to the January Bulletin.So Trinity Lutheran

-- 1 this looks like something for :
Women Met ThursdayA
c I everyone and it should not be -".- .
difficult to find something of particular i flannelgraph presentation of

interest to suit one's in- : "Take Root and Grow in Him"

dividual preference. :was given by the new officersof

FEATURES QUALITY PRICE * the executive' board of the RADIO

Mrs. Elmer C. Jackson of Esth- Trinity Lutheran Church Womenat A

erville, Ia., visited with her son their January meeting held BUMPER GUARDS HEATER fltfkfPER tRiAlsD3
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Thursday evening at the church.

GENERAL ELECTRIC Mrs. Charles Jackson during the The new officers are Mrs. Al- : -

holidays. I bert King, president; Mrs. :::
i George Siegel, vice president;

DIAL DEFROST REFRIGERATOR Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Houston, Mrs. Emil Evenson. secretary; _

720 Thacker Ave., have returned Mrs. A. P. Lutz, treasurer; Mrs
Dial home after having this Henry Kemerer. secretary of WHEEL COVERS AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
/ ::i -De.frost 11.8 CU. fT. spent
Conveniencetwo past week visiting in the home of education; Mrs. Walter Watkins
r STORAGE SPACE their daughter and family. Mr. sccertary of stewardship.Rev. WHITE WAlL TIRES

and Mrs. Mel Snead of Jackson- Young gave the devotionsand $2,650.15. LOADEDThe

_ Egg Shelves I: Magic Corner Hinges ville. was leader for the study
# # topic for the month based on

1..: Mr and Mrs. George Beau- the book of Colossians.

Butter ,Compartment \\1 t", Automatic champ have returned home aftera Following a short business
: Interior Light meeting the 24 women present
i brief trip to Washington, D.C.
S # s divided into two groups to select

Protective :Poor Stop* TWCJ.flex G d Ice Trap Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Horton will their officers. One group will

be spending most of the winter meet the first Tuesday evening

months in the home on 701 Doris of the month and the other the car on top is a'63 Dodge 330)2-door way many people boy cars hoe

Two Adjustable St. first Tuesday morning at 10:00. sedan. It has a unitized, rust-protected For a fad Dodge offers a Ml. ire.THE LOW PRICE

Cabinet Shelves \ $19995 * Refreshments were served by body, chair-high seats, aa alternator cars in the low-price field.They caN II

Mr. and Mrs. George Wentz' members of the executive board. sen-adjusting brakes, a 225 co. in. 6, The Dependable...because they

are spending their winter vacation and it win go 32JXO miles between ......a.r.s.u.....aaa.....r3 IWIema 1983 00110E"ja
7-MHtioa rtfngtrtttorsIn I pst jobs., sa.a ...............w saw w ror.....w
in the home on 1622 Catherine Mrs. Flossie Ralston ""eM----.." .
vii ten With Trade The car on the bottom is the same
years St. ... .............
model a 63 Dodge 330 2-door sedan. r h.- .. tt ova OenosoMMIpAN CHRYSlER
N longer. w r.n TA212W * Died In IndianaMrs. "= '-if .......Ad_
Wecan say the same good thincsabout it ::.. ....::..:::.-+=:.iThere'stmedifference.lt'sequippedthe
Mrs. Vera Larson of Hammond Flossie Ralston, a, pass- wroa.::.-, ..waw.wMOTORS

Ind.. is staying at the home of ed away at the Mercy Rest Homeat

Mrs. Wm. Skinner on 1617 Catherine Rushville, Indiana New

: St. i Year's Day following a long Wi -
Mrs. June of i
Walquist Chicago i She had made her home here RIEDEL

is. spending the winter in Florida for five winters and had many
and win be the guest of Mr. and
KISSIMMEE\ ST. CLOUD Mrs. Jim Stambaugh of 657 were held at New

847.4171 892.2011 George St. for a few weeks be- Lexington with interment in the

fore returning to Chicago, Zion Cemetery at Portersville. .



The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissfanmee, Florida, Thurs.10, or dried materials.The .

I Garden ClubWhile News 19631 with Lake,Mrs.Wednesday Daylily John B.Circle Farmer Jan. 16th meets Fish at Vff SAVE q? H-A

9:30 a.m. Mrs. Dick .Luce: Mel '
trimming those frost the Easter lily. | '
damaged ornamentals and palms, Those that do well here are!, show judge, will
be sure to save those suitablefor rain lily (pink) fairy lily (pink;; present. a program '
dried arrangements. A wealthof or white) wine lily, the bread on flower arranging. Mrs. Li \
Arthur Elmer will act as co- \1 7 MARGARINE
material should'be available, and wine (red and white) spid tostess.
perhaps you could share your er'liIy and the amaryllis and The Gloriosa Circle is planninga
findings. The flower show will gloriosa. The canna type, the I
field trip .to nurseries in the
be here before you know it shell, butterfly and ginger. i ,
Apopka area Friday Jan
The recent freeze surely point. These will give bloom all
Each member will be notified
ed out"those plants that will stand ,through the year, and seem to be of meeting time and place. I 0 I
the cold. It has been noted that I most effective when clumped In Now is the time to-
wild honeysuckle is still green. our landscaping instead of in Plant roses, in fact, Januaryis LB LB. ;
And don't a line. ,
forget to keep plants I about the last month to'plant STORES
well watered to help withstand Once more the General Garden
roses. Remember the flower
future freezes and cold. Club has come up with a top show is coming and since roses L FRESH COUNTRY STYLE Umit 2 with $2.50 food order.
Mr. Bev. Brown, headof
The bulbous and tuberous: program
take a lot of cold you can be
plants are a great comfort too, Parks and Recreation of theca assured of blooms. VIRGINA STAY MAN WINESAP
as cold cannot hurt them, of Winter Park will be the .
some Not fertilize until cold weatheris
't .are still showing green such .as 2:30 main speaker p.m. at Tuesday Hart, Jan.Memorial 15th. susceptible past. New to cold.growth is very' . ApplesS 49

Library His subject Pruning;
Happy Gardening!!
which is very timely, since the Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru January 12th
r recent freeze. Landscaping will .-
1 be included in hiS talk, and he: Mary Summerlin t ..... .
will answer questions on either

subject.* Me. Brown is well qualified '' Circle Met MondayThe . MORTON Chicken: Beef, Turkey, Horn, Salisbury, Meat Loaf
to speak on landscaping as
a look around Winter Park will Mary Summerlin Circle
Dinners 2.For 79
prove that point. met Monday afternoon at the ,
The Rose Circle will meet' First- Methodist Church. bung .

($ Thursday Mrs. Ralph, Jan. Porter 10th, at, Mrs.the home'of Roy alow.In.the absence of Mrs. Earl Y !f MORTON . Apple, Cherry, Peach, CoconutFruit

Hansel and Mrs. Fred Thrush,1 I dark, circle chairman, Mrs. F "Y
Smtrtett lnne\eon or dinner. render hostesses program potting, soil,' Philip Smith presided, openingthe Pies : 29,
i.i Central FlM l. Deliffkt and The is
MM compost. meeting at meeting with a devotiol !l.
,oar f..Sy *< t>r yonr gnettt 2:30, at Cypress Shores. \
Mrs. Lula Beauchamp gave
. tkem to sloe truly
nniqne 65 dining bringing?QOSt.pp.. The Hibiscus Circle also. meets, the program, using the subject TREADO Family SizePecan
Thursday, Jan. 10. 2:30 p.m. Seek Christian
.. "Two Churches
]t I o..r G.n..*..Ftffcla a..a. with Mrs. Roy Riesen Cypress Community". ; Pies Each 59;
Shores, with a workshop on min Refreshments were served dur )
5an. 1tJ&t.1 iatures. Members are asked to ing the social hour to Mmes. i
6 tile Bst.. bring tiny containers and fresh Jennie Allen, George C. Bron- LIBBY'S or ASTOR Fresh Frozen
-arse son, Lula Beauchamp, Pearl
1 --- 'Davis, Victor Grove Maudie Green Peas 5S1ASTOR
_- James, Neva Dongley, M. M. ---_ .
Philip Smith and guests Mrs. .
-4 T. TflE j ji _Semple -
< Overstreet John R.
r Dee Wilson and .Miss Dollie Chopped or Spears Fresh FrozenGov't. I .

NEUTRONIMPLOSION v Clark. I .' :. < Insp. SmokedAMS Broccoli . 5 S1

Couple Feted On

I E nl a y Golden AnniversaryMr. i > H Vegetables 5 Z.s1 '

and Mrs: A. M. (Casey) P <
) : Jones were feted on' their Gold.

I ?Ys. en Wedding' anniversary when ASTOR Fresh Frozen Cream or .
_ .ayy.ka their children, Mrs. Paul Riggs,
i William A. Jones' and Heber FULL HALF
f 10-0z.11
Cut C
\ ,':(-i.:.. Jeans and their families enter- . WHOLE orn ..
.t tained at Open House at the or.

< Riggs home. I ASTOR Fresh Frozen. Fordhook orLimas
..., : ", ""-,.. -..,"... The home was beautifully' decorated LB.
in gold and white in 5 P 100z.S1 '
keeping with the anniversary : baby ,
theme. The table setting was en-
hanced by a traditional anniver-
sary cake. W-D FRESH, EXTRA LEAN Save 9* Each THRIFTY MAID Yellow Cling

Relax yourself with a Refreshing Mr.by and the Mrs.late Jones Rev. A.were J.. married Holt Ground Beef 5 T Peaches 5NO.2Y1S1;

Snack amid congenial friends at pastor of the First Baptist PKG. . .
t Church: here.Elementary.
our Soda Fountain. Coffee Break, CHOPPED, SHAPED, CUBED Save 8* loch . DOLE Hawaiian

I . Noon Luncheon . Shopping P-TA ,, Cube Steaks 3 T P'apple Jmee 4C 2.5 ? :
Snack. :. Enjoy! Them All at . To'Meet TonightThe :j Box : .

Parent-Teacher Kissimmee Association Elementary will .' :..- SUNNYLAND GA. BREAST (with ribs) or LEGS Save 2* Each . VAN CAMP

HUNT BROS. meet school yesterday.Phillips Thursday cafeteria president,at Mrs.7:30:announced Frede in the ice Fryer Parts Lb. 49 Pork sans 8. i.. .1.

i Major Edward Smith, civil do-i' TALMADGE FARMS Country Smoked Ham, Bacon or Save 10* Each . LIBBY'f

fense will be director the guest of Osceola speaker.The County,1. Sausage Lb. 79! Beef Stew 2 39'Less :

t "THE OPEN FRONT STORE" public is invited. .

Salt . Better Tasting BLUE BAY Light Meat .

.. White Bacon Lb. 39 Chunk Tuna 4NC';,. 1.

CRACKIN' GOOD . Sweet or Buttermilk Save 8* Each . DEEP SOUTH .

., Biscuits 6 c49i Apple Jelly 2 ; 25 ; . .


1 1. Cot. Cheese 2 P 49; Saltines '.". Box 19; l


1 Daisy Cheese Lb. 49 Tomatoes 2.6?3.25x

r YOUR CHOICE . Limit with S5.00food order. ASTOR MAXWELL HOUSE

/ y 0 Coffee . Can. 388 ,

.y YOUR CHOICE Detergent . Umltl 1 with $5.00 food order. BLUE or WHITE ARROW ,'::

I...L.... ASHER Cheer. Giant ;58 G :t48 ; ..

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A' -;

..... & : 2SPEI0S2CYCLES lave 16 Each ASTOR PURE VEGETABLE Umit 1 with $5.00 food order.Shortening .
... Lb. ..
3 49 :
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Sales Increase Motor KISSIMMEE Court I People, Spots In The News I A' CAPITOL LETTERBy

Elementary School NewsBy Winn- Dixie Stores, Inc..
I : Jerry Mock
I which operates a number of NewsBy

Peggy BradburyFor supermarkets in the local NOT PHILADELPHIA,but Moscow

area, registered a sales in- LORAN GLEADALL Russian bell cast in 1733, TALLAHASSEE Three out, but it has caused many

crease of 6.19 per cent duringthe never has been rung, as it state Beverage Departmentraids complaints. Florida State
ers have many weeks nine teach- Lois W. Grissom. Mrs. Helen four-week period ended Mr. and Mrs James Wilson o! : cracked during a Kremlin fire. over the holidays netted University reports a 12 percent

met with Principal Hutcheson. and Mrs. Pat B. Dec. 15, compared with the Orlando were Tuesday evening .' It draws tourists. an estimated $160,000 in tax I increase in dropoutstoa >
Fouersteln and worked Redgrave.PTA corresponding period a year callers of Mr. and Mrs. Conrac paid whisky and highlighted: total of about three per cent
many hours
compiling the meets Thursday nightin Seyfried. a department problem the of the student body RUT

mammoth the report required by the Cafeteria. All are ago.The volume was $64,795,464 Mr. and Mrs. Pratt Johnson, dry county. I with a tremendous influx of

State Board of Educationon urged to attend. compared with $61,015,671. an Bartow were Wednesday dinner "They vote dry and drink college students expected In

simmee accreditation of the Kis- These children in Miss Increase of $3,779,793.A guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. F. "* .r wet." said Beverage Director the next few years the trimester .

This Elementary School. Junie Coolsby's room have sales rise also was recorded Littell. :$'r c Tom Lee of most dry counties. or something like it. 14
Accreditation Committee had mumps: Nancy Wooten, for the 24-week period Mr. and Mrs. John Fraziei The Beverage Department here to stay.

met after school and Bobby Patterson, Jimmie ended Dec. 15, when the vol- were Tuesday evening dinner claims up to now it has been

worked Is hard until five or after. It Hobby, Rawl Sullivan and ume amounted to $374,424555 ,- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew unable to stir public interestin To Hold LuncheonThe

to realize the techni- Kara Lou Adams. :. compared with $348,387- Wahvorth.: The Fraziers left foi f x Ae the problem, and thus its .

calities involved in such a re Jim Caldwell in Mrs. Lois 309 for the similar period last their home in Flint.' Michigan efforts have for naught. Friendship Inc luncheon
port. It was a rewarding experience Grissom's room, had mumps year, an increase of $26,037- Wednesday morning. They are re Beverage, officials cite off ical will Hotel be held at the Trop

to work with this .over the Christmas holidays. 246, or 7.47 per cent. turning soon to make their homein hand some 65 cases in the past Thursday, January
group because it not only First Michael ROPED IN but happily 17th at 12:30 p. m.
gavean year students. For the 52-week period end- the Court. two or three which were
up to the minute Insight Wallis and is Cathye Cole of Ala years Games will be played. Mom
Kathy Summerallhad ed Dec. 15, sales were $798- Mr. and Mrs. William Gordon made against alleged offenders
Into all phases of school heated bama on beach at Silver bers are asked to bring whit
pro- a very argumentover 285,308 compared with $762- visited Mrs. Elizabetl Porter in but they were thrown out elephants
graming and operation but two and two. Kathy said 809,558, an increase of $35- St Cloud Sunday afternoon.Mr. : Springs, Fla.; of court. for prizes.

It made you aware of higher that two and two are 22. And 475,750 or 4.65 per cent. and Mrs. Frank Pyle Reservations may be made
were The situation Involves some: by
Mrs Della
calling Johmun
goals to strive for. ,
Michael was certain that two Winn-Dixie now has 601 retail callers of Mr. and Mrs. Frank : 18 dry counties in Florida: Al-;
This report has to go to the and two four. After telephone M72990. In-.Ua
are some the
stores throughout Hall Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .
state for a rating . but discussion achua, Bradford, Clay Calhoun tions are not required. All
Michael finally South compared with 545 a and Mrs. Arthur :Mann and -t. iIi. ; Gadsden*, Hamilton, ladies
from first hand. information are welcome.
conceded that two and
two and Mrs. Ed Hamilton
folks year ago.Sales Mr. were Hardee, Hernando, Holmes,
your school is in beside
mighty each other made 22
visitors of Mr. and
Wednesday Jackson, Jefferson, Lafayette,
standing. Members
of and Kathy realized that two -
Mrs. Frank Burkholder. a>a Madison Polk. Santa
: Liberty ,
? ,
the committee who gave their and. two did make four. And Taxes MORTAR MIX
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hummer,, Rosa, Suwanee, Walton, Wash..
own to complete this all was peaceful again in MissCoolsby's STEEL & WIRE MESH
Harriett Wohlfert Thelma Dowellof Wakulla.
ington and
task were: Mrs. George Bast, Over Previous Year
Jr.. Mrs. June Bond Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 14LARGEST A federal tax of $10 and a
Mrs. John Bigley in Mrs. Bast'sroom
Peggy Bradbury, Mrs. Mary and Debra Udstad in State Comptroller Ray E. Arnett, Carlisle, Indiana Mr. and ; state tax of $2.17 per gallon '

Dyals, Mrs. Louise Elliott, Mrs. Bradbury's' room had Green said yesterday December Mrs. Henry Byres, Bay City,, has been paid on the whisky > fT tiBr
sales tax .Michigan were visitors of Mr. Involved. Seizures have been r
Mrs. Alice P. Grissom. Mrs. their tonsils out the holi- collections based on
over November business totaled $15,- and Mrs. Conrad Seyfried on Friday plant in wo1'Trld for made on from five to 1,760 r-

558,974, an increase of $1,093,694, afternoon.Mr. ".r extracting helium from natural bottles.

THEKISSIMMEE or 7.56 per cent over the same and Mrs. Frank Sheffel,, _ 4 gas (at Liberal, Kans.) is shown In many counties agents

month for the previous Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Echert, Mr. in model form with Francis J. have, worked up what they KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX

ORIpnl GAZETTE (1961). year and Mrs. Harry Luscomb, Zephyr- 4s McElhatton and Robert H. Cornell thought were air tight cases,

The Comptroller also announced hills were Friday dinner guestsof ." f top executives National only to see them thrown out

{ A John H. Perry; Newspaper that total collections for the Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Littell. Helium Corp., of court.If Phone: 847.3524Have

current fiscal period have toppedhis Mrs. Peggy Poulos visited Mr. state and federal tax has

Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. estimate by $88,372. The totalis and Mrs. Ottilio Banca, Maitlandand been paid why all the fuss?
Albin Polasek Winter Park, The beverage department
'!r Telephone 847-2881 $88,259,356. or 6.98 per cent Peace
OH over the comparable' period for Sunday.Mr. gives two major reasons:
the previous and Mrs. Richard Mann 1 Loss in license revenueA
Entered aa Second Class Mall MatterIn year. license costs Of Mind
and family New Martinsville, whisky a re-
the Post Office at Klsslmmee, Fla. "Florida has been having a
tailer between $300 and 1500.
good business West Virginia spent several days
period, Green
Cities counties and the state With a Compact
with the former's uncle Mr. and ,
we must wait until
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee, Florida share in this.
February 1st before the full im- Mrs. Jake Balding.
There were eight tables .of 500 2. There 'is no way of con Color Phone
LEO SCHUMAKER pact of the freeze will be indicated -
and. two of canasta in play at ducting business by law. The
in sales tax
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION \ revenue. Christmas the card party Friday evening.Mrs. violators have nothing to fear,
spending was reported good.
said the department because
Violet Hosier held high
Perhaps sales will
RATESSix help off-se
they are violating the law
losses score for the ladies and Charles .
months, $2.50; one year, $4.00; two years, $7.00 any freeze. suffered from the Coburn for the men. ICY SEA SERPENT-Freak icicle formation makes it anyway. Thus there is no way

a "On the other side of the ledger,,! Mr. and Mrs. Willard. Kelsey, look as though Chicago's Lincoln Park swans have a to control the juvenile problem
the Mt. Dora and Mr. and Mrs. Earl visitor-a stegosaurus-from the Ice Age! in these counties.
excellent weather most of
PRESTIGE White Eustis callers duringthe In some counties, violationof
Florida has were u1Ideal
enjoyed since the
the law is The
week on Mr. and Mrs. Roy flagrant.
HOMES i' freeze has served to stimulate. COUNTY REAL ESTATE Charles whisky is contained in large
McMullen.Mr. Shepherd
Irlo Bronson and wife to Irlo
tourist travel. There also has
extension for
and Mrs. Warren Cochran Bronson Jr.. love and affection. upright cabinets with prices any
been a bit of urging by the. Illinois Norman P. Hansen and wife to Ends TrainingCharles posted inside the door. Costis room
of -
and Buckingham,
heavy snowconditions Scott E. Campbell and wife. Or-
FOR YOU little more than at a licensed
called Mrs. Violet lando. $6.900.Scott
areas from which Florida on E. Campbell and wife to H. Shepherd 17. store, about 25 to 50 Half the size of a regular

By ,.-_ draws so many visitors.'If I Wednesday.Mr. Thelma Mary Schunk Klsslmmee son of Mrs. Dorothy R. Shep- per cent more. phone
and Mrs. Lucien Archam- $8.000.
good weather continues andwe Lonnie Richmond and wife. Win- herd of 315 Ocean St., com In these counties, said Lee,
recover rapidly from ill- beau were Sunday dinner guestsof ter Haven to Floyd McClellan and pleted two :weeks of trainingfor "if it weren't so serious it Dial glows in the dark
George L ReynoldsFor Mrs. Elsie Elsas in Tavares.Mr. wife. Intercession City $3.900.
effects of the freeze, we should and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert American Federal Savings and naval reservists at the would be funny." Add A Phone "Adds ALot
make the eight per cent increasein Loan Assn. of Orlando to Cecil L. Naval Training Center, Great

Further Information Call! 847-2856 or 847-2266 general sales tax revenue Mrs.were Herbert weekend Bockstahler guests of Mr.in and Mi- Moore Willard and York wife.and Klsslmmee.wife to 10500.CharlesJ. Lakes, 111., recently.: It's still too early to tell Of Living"For

which is needed to meet budget Fornes and wife. Kisslmmee. The mid-December training how the trimester will work colors, costs call .

appropriations." ami.Mr. $750.William covered seamanship, damage
Watson and wife to William
A. L. Jacobs attended
and Mrs.
Sales tax collectionsbased on C. Parker and wife. St Cloud control, fire-fighting, gunnery Florida Telephone
calendar total a covered dish dinner 8000. basic military law and physic. Christian Science
a year $187,543- .
and Robert C. Goodman and wife to
Sunday at the home of Mr.
039. an increase of $14,670,788, Glenn P. Goodman and wife, Lough- al fitness.
; .:;.. ';i,1 or 8.48 per cent over 1961, the M- rs. Ammi Jacobs. man minimum stamps. Upon completing the train. Society Corporation
Sam M. Wauklch and wife to Each
Mrs. Conrad Seyfried received Wednesday 8
. Comptroller said. Verbln E. Denllnger and wife St. Ing reservists return to their p. m. Kissimmee Business
309 .
A Familyy MatterThe word of the death of her sister Cloud. $16.500.William home units, ready for recallin N. Randolph .'

DR. CHARLES FORMAN of the in Hanford, California January 2. Hennen. Kissimmee.J. Wangard$2.500.to Peter G. the event of a national S.*diy Stnrkts . . . 11 L" Office 8473151Radio
Sudiy SchMl. . . .
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Littell 9:30 LIIo
Board of Control said recently were Ben M. Crawford and wife to emergency. The training con
family alone should select the William P. Lunsford and wife.
Sunday dinner of Mrs.
Palm Beach County would be an guests Kissimmee. 5900. tinues to prepare them for

funeral director who, in their opin- ideal site for a oceanographic Mae Yaples in Orlando.Mr. Richard O Bronson and wife to their active duty commit- SALES SERVICE
Joseph A. Buscher And wife. Kis- -
and Mrs. Charles McCarty, and
laboratory being considered by ments.
simmee. $21.000.
ion, will serve them best. Obviously the state. Clifton, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Mabel R. Simmons to Wilburn R. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

this .decision should be made Alvin Rabideau, Bonfield, Illinois ,Martin Lester and Ivey wife and St. Cloud wife to$11.600.Ivey Albert Ivcs cow n HOW RHtMSHMGS
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Elmer, Lin- I Plants Inc.. $255.500. Major T

without outside influence or pres days.Wanda McNair moved to coln, Michigan, Mrs. Edith Wetan- Groves Lester Inc.Ivey. $452.100.and wife to Ivey Completes Course p ARKS FURNITURE CO.WHERE .

sure. Choosing a funeral director DeLand, Fla., and Danny der, Mrs. Frances Seldon, Kirk- George B. Gonvo and wife to

Lunsford transferred to High wood, Illinois Mr. and Mrs. John hey Groves Inc.. 452100. Army Maj. Albert R. Ives 1
should be George B. Gonyo and wife to
MEMBER.THi strictly a family lands. Both were in Mrs. Valentine Fostoria, Michigan arrived -Mary E. Gonyo. Kissimmee. $7.300. Jr., whose parents live at 500

ORDER matter.OF Mrs. Bast's first year class. I the past week to spend the Oscar L. Golden and wife to JohnB. Florida Ave., St. Cloud, Fla.,
Farmer and wife. Kissimmee
THE Debby Rowland also had winter in the Court. $1.000. recently completed the 18-

RUlf mumps. Rev. Max Masters and Rev. 'Thomas A. Jones and wife. to week associate course at the

SOli RlEDEL Christmas Day was relived Dale Keiser of Pioneer, Ohio visited -Portland.. minimum Trust stamps.Bank Portland.Ore. Army. Command and General

this week as children brought Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hall Thomas A. Jones and wife to Staff College, Fort Leaven- SA\iE
James W. Gould and wife. $600.
their favorite toys and dollsto Wednesday. George Cromley to William Earl worth Kan.

74 HOUR school. Santa was mighty Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Collier Humphrey and wife. St. Cloud. The course is designed to

">AUJl.4C O7 tMMtlt ttltlf generous to our Klssimmee I were Sunday evening dinner I 513.000.Abraham J. JteinJjorn and wifeto prepare selected officers for YOUR

SERVICE KISSIMMEE FLORIDA children judging from the guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Frank Maurice W. Bon KissVrrcmefc, duty as commander and general

long list of things they told Burkholder. I $8.400. staff officers at division, MONEY EARNS

during "share and tell" time. Mr. and :Mrs. John Nehls, Or-I Howard G. Feelan and wife to corps and field Army levels.

Phone: Which reminds me of the lando visited the former's sister I Ernest E. Ashley and wife. Alli In addition to U. S. Army

647-3188 mother who wrote the teachera and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jake ance.E. Lorne Ohio. $37.000.Swavzie and wife to personnel, officers from 15 allied

note the first day of school Balding, Saturday evening. They John P. Gernert and wife. St. nations attended the
and said, "I won't believe a Cloud. $7.800. course. 4
also called on others in the Court. Milo Ralph Lemons and wife to %
thing my child tells me when Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Davis, Saskatchewan William F. King and wife. Kissim- The 37-year-old major is a
.w she comes home from school mee. $9.000. 1942 graduate of Norwalk
Canada on to.J. J. Skureth
K. R. Stone
if you won't believe a thingshe and Mrs. John Valentine Friday.Mr. and wife. Klsslmmee. $4.800. (Conn.) High School, and a
tells you during "share ol C. A. Blair and Co.. Inc to Nellie 1946 graduate of the U. S. PER ANNUMDIVIDEND
and Mrs. John Fox Sr. Bailey." Chicago. Ill. $300.
and tell." And believe me, Illinois, Mr. and Mrs. Nellie M. Bailey to State of Flor- Military Academy, West
our little folks don't miss a Gransville, ida Turnpike Authority. minimum Point, N. Y.
Morris E Andrews stamps.
I thing! New York were callers of Mrs. Frances Jean Pence to Andrew
D. Dennis and wife. St. Cloud [COMPOUNDED AND
Violet Hosier Tuesday.Mr. $6000. Telephone Dick Pope and the
and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert Frank Roberson and wife to Robert operator will "Beautiful PAYABLE QUARTERLY]
R. Crittenden. Winter Haven say
spent Monday and Tuesday with minimum stamps. .GREEN Cypress Gardens" to
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Agate, Jup Earl N. Keck and wife to HowardE.
i Beavers and wife. $1.000. illustrate the fact that the recent
HHTi iter, Florida. Perry Acres Inc. to Chat Juszvk freeze failed to destroy Florida's
Mrs. Allen Jenkins, West Salem, 3000.and wife Thousand Oaks Calif.. most famous gardens.

Ohio was the Thursday dinner Irvin S. Partin to Ernest Johns I

guest of Mr. and Mrs. George and wife. Kissimmee. 68000.
Anna Curran to Donald Shave FIRST FEDERAL
WrightMr. and wife. Brockton. Mass.. $500.
and Mrs. William Ross St R & I Co. to Lawrence K. Rams- Call. .
by, Indian River, Mich-. $400. Saw&andLoan-AssocjatcncfOSCEOLA COUNTY
Cloud called on Mr. and Mrs. Parks Furniture Co. .- KISSIUMIE 'T. CLOUD

-.. .. Walter Broomfield Sunday after
I noon. attended one of a series of lectures For Prompt Repair ef Your :. .rn..r- '' r- .,..

Misses Elsie and Inez Jor- at the Winter Park Senior REFRIGERATOR 'I' -
The ,-
Dream com don were calling on Mrs. George High School, the speaker being Phone 847-4171 MMUI rtouM SATMGS AND WAN touiMCS CCttouiGN

plans ; '; ;: : ; Ford and children in Wmter Park Alexander Sprout Jr.:and. his topic

1 Wednesday afternoon. was "Cypress Kingdom .

I ' I Mrs. Hienni, Lake Wales and Mr. and Mrs.' George Niles,
true In these 4,14. : I : i Mr. and Mrs. Roy McMallen and

}q qIJ'; Mr.Michigan James were Cole visitors Mackinaw: of Mr.: City and, Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Grout were FOOTLITE THEATRE GUILD

New Years dinner guests at the
GENE.R"AL.e ELECTRIC ;: -1i' Mrs.evening.Martin McIsaac Thursday Crest Restaurant Qennont

Mesdames Perce Lovewell and Howard Senecal was dismissed

11 / Edwin Jensen were Orlando visitors .from the Orange Memorial Hos-

BUILTINKITCHENS Monday.Mrs. pital, Orlando Tuesday after undergoing "THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK"FRIDAY

surgery on Friday. He
Frank Hall Is the only
r and is thankful to
one in.the Court celebrating a is improving

birthday anniversary this week. .I be at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Gldbig, AND SATURDAY
pro. and Mrs. C. F. Littell at- Pine Grove were entertained to JANUARY 11 and 12 ,
Sunday. dinner by Mr. and Mrs.
tended the one hundredth celebration
G-E of the Emancipation Proclamation J. W. Worth.
and Mrs. Pearl Cortright
High Mr.
held in the Jones
School Auditorium, Orlando Tues- spent several days with their You will.long remember with pleasure this beautifully dram

daughter and son-in-law Mr. and atized true story of a sensitive girl's growth.
day.Mr. Harold Oldenburg, Mr. Old-
Built-in RangesFURNITURE and Mrs. Charles Horton i Mrs.
Vermillion Ohio visited Mr. and enburg has been ill for a few

Mrs. E. M. Gilbert Sunday after
C A. Stevenson is in the 8:15 P.M.

PARKS CO. noon. Orlando General Hospital for observation -
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Gilbert
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Robe.-t and treatment. OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
left to accept -
Tom Wells Sunday
Carter Sunday evening.
Mr. a position at Cape CanaveralThis TICKETS $1.25 STUDENTS
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD Mrs. Nate Butler visited 'is in connection with his 75c
847-4171 892-2011 and Mrs. George Wright Sunday
studies at the Florida State Uni-
."'...... afternoon.
... Misses Elsie and Inez Jordon versity.

4 ,



Big Paul Braugh I The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee Florida, Thurs.. Jan. 10 1963 .i:)

Ends TrainingPaul FLORIDA COUNCIL 1963 \-\J:. 'M, rac/eBabg

Blough, 17, sort; of Mr.
and Mrs. Willard Blokigh, of REPORTSBy ,'' )CRIPPLINGDISEASES
Ahead 823 South Randolp Ave.. DIMES s.-, 2ONPER ATTACK BY 'ntNATIONAl.

completed two weeks' of re- I I .gj; BIK7H.DEFECTS'dti. FOUNDATION

"Road any good books lately?" cruit training, Dec. 29, at the FRED O. DICKINSON JR. all news media in the state along SoY ARTHRITIS
"Not personally" says the Naval Training Center, Great (Chairman, The Florida Council with official state agencies, various ) POUO .
loader who has all he can fa Lakes 111. of 100) civic organizations and Il/LNA I WE WAS (BORN WITH
just keeping up with the re- The active duty training for Under the direction of Council groups, business associations and 8'R"(OO :Naval Reserve personnel consists members Byron C. 6 (WATERQI"mI developed specifications for two
views.But. I Shouppe, pres- too many individuals to attemptto /UY ) AND DOCTORS DID NOT or nousenoM for measuring
somebody is doing some of seamanship, physical ident Southern Tours, Inc., St. list. F t i JIMMY WOULDUVE. HEHAD types" of instruments for use by radiation following a nuclear attack
conditioning, first aid, swim- Petersburg, and Benjamin H. Some 15 billboards have beenor F% .-- HIS FIRST OPERATION the general public to measure instruments raamaactured
reading or at least buying businessin of ming and survjval, gunnery, Oehlert: Jr., vice president. The are being placed at strategic WHEN 5 MYS OLD radiation; one for measuring the for sale to the general public'
book And the surging
the book trade is not explainable fire-fighting, safety and watch- Coca Cola Co., Orlando, chairman highway locations throughout 7tA 3 J 1 radiation dose rate and" referredto must meet the minimum standards
standing. and vice chairman respectively of Florida welcoming tourists to this as a "ratemeter; and one that have been developed by
simply by the increased Upon completion of the two- the courtesy campaign committee, friendly land of sunshine.All for measuring the total radiation the Office of Civil Defense. Advertising -
school-age population with itsbu..gf'nin week training period, naval the statewide drive to greet tour- daily and weekly dose referred to as a "dosirae- by manufacturers or
Memano for "
return to their
home ter.
ists to Florida got underway Jan- in Florida to dealers must conform to the
pers were requested
books. By the time all the gift units, ready for recall in the uary L inaugurate our campaign with editorials I i Il It is recommended that familiesnot :Guides currently! under preparation
books have been exchanged, event of a national emergency. The massive involves planning to use community
campaign of welcome published as I by the Federal Trade Com-
1962 is likely to prove the tenth The training also prepares close to New Year's Day as pas-I )I fallout shelters obtain such instruments miskm. In general the instru
straight in which the salesof him for his future active duty In the
year sible. The newspapers were event of a nu- ments mutt be nigged, accurate,
general books rose in the commitments in the Navy. ipoliticalHopefuls supplied clear attack
a ratemeter will
with a suggested\ editorialas HE NOW simple to use, reliable and must
United States. well as mats and photographs WALKS WITH Jr provide information about the degree provide a measurement of dose
In 1961 the publication of depicting friendly Florida- THE HELP OP of fallout danger one faces rate in iutenlgMU per hour or
American books reached closeto AH over the world notably in LE3 BRACES and will assist
to locate
one the
total dose
Television and; radio stations allover 1 AND CRUTc 'ES- in roentgens. Devices copies. In 1965 the .emerging countries the de- the state received filmed or 1 r' FOR PLAYMATES,', safest areas available. The rate- that are dependent upon subjective -
according to a trade study, the mand for education is swellingthe taped greeting messages from HE HAS'MISSY meter will also help the user decide interpretation of RObe, color.
figure will probably be 1,200,000- demand for books. Exportsof TALLAHASSEE Candidatesand Gov. Farris Bryant and some 30 -N)'- AND HIS'PENNY? : when to take shelter; when brightness of light, etc., are not
American books are increas- potential candidates for gov- members of the Council, with the CHICKENS PET AW'PEPPER he may leave the shelter and acceptable.

000.THIS IS GOOD news. We like ing about 15 percent a year. ernor appear to be multiplyinglike request that they be used as a _.. *, A 4 how long he may remain on the Instruments having the quired!
TV Britain is expanding its exten- rabbits.Of BEAGLEPUPPY. outside without getting a dangerous characteristics are
we're glad to hear the public during January and commercially
electronic image is not blottingout sive overseas publishing opera course, no one has committed February to welcome our millionsof \ dose of radiation as discussed available. Other instruments designed -
the printed page. No tech- tions. The Soviet Union eagerly himself yet, since the election is tourists. JMMY'S, MOTHER, A ; under "Radiation Hazards from in keeping with these characteristics -
nological process can duplicate! places books where it can. two years off, but the list of potentials Some 500,000 "Smiling Orange" FORMER MODEL AND NOW A ,. Fallout." Since it is the accumulated are being developed.
the exciting BY THE END of 1962, some is growing so fast that if buttons and posters are being MARCH*Of DIMES VOLUNTEER { dose rather than the rate The Office of Civil Defense has
300 000 to 400.000 titles will things keep will need II N of radiation received at given
between a good author and a : up someone distributed for wearing or postingin RESEARCH WILL FIND THE ,4 =. p11 any approved instruments made by
good reader. probably have been published to issue a catalogue so the voters conspicuous places, and all of REASON WHY BIRTH DeFECTS time that Is of greatest importance "The Bendix Corporation. Cincinnati -
What of the quality of today's I throughout the worM with thp can tell them apart. them carry the theme of the OCCUR.TO.PREVENT.AND THEN'THEM FlKP AWAY a dosimeter is useful for 8, Ohio" and "The Vlctoreen
reading? Even here there is Soviet Union, Japan the United Most prominently named thus friendliness of Floridians. keeping track of the accumulated Instrument Co., 5806 Houegh Ave
some I Kingdom, West Germany, and far have been Fred Dickinson of The Florida Development Com radiation exposure over a long Cleveland 3, Ot o.
recent encouragement.survey. the American After Li a :! the United States a? the largest Palm Beach, a former legislatorand mission, the State Chamber of Florida's'Smile period of time.
producers. governor candidate; Sen. Commerce and the State Junior
brary Association
Americans reported thai I Meanwhile, a cloud some Scott Kelly of Lakeland; and Chamber of Commerce are cooperating -
are "reading more i what larger than an octavo vol- Mayor Hayden Burns of Jackson with the Council in the Power' NEW YEAR'S EVEr
seriously, and are more con
I ville.
cerned with domestic ume is on the horizon. Is the distribution of materials, partici
politics i Rep. Fred Karl of Daytona pating in the actual
and business of books damaging the campaign i
in world the role affairs.of the"United States i art of literature? The demandsof Beach has been mentioned as a and carrying out the myriad of Max WettsteJn, of Leesburg selves in the words of Fred O. '

five During the the marketplace-along with potential candidate, and a recent details required in such an opera member of Florida's Council of Dickinson, chairman of the Council :
years circulation previous to 1962, library rising costs-may mean publishers speech he made in Pensacola ation. 100, sends us the Council's of 100, "in the city where you I
increased 29. will have less time than dicates his hat is in his hand Also participating are the hotel "smile powercommentary for sleep, where you eat, shop, get
percent. the survey found, with ever for the original thinker, the ready to toss into the ring. Karl I and motel associations, various your hair cut, your shoes shined,
beginning We
a new arehapPY'
the growth in nonfiction "targreater" creative experiment. On the talked about a four-year collegein attractions and many, many other to it along year. to read. your suit cleaned, ride a bus

than in fiction.AS other hand, a large operation Pensacola (as did Kelly recently organizations. era as mighty pass good advice. flag a taxi or ask a local. citizena Aj
THE "paperback revolu-! permits more of a gamble on ), and nobody qualifies as a I :Arrangements have been made simple question."
tion" continues, the so-called the genuine artist who may not bonafide candidate until he gives for the Goodyear blimp to be at Gov. Farris Bryant has pointedout
"quality" paperbacks are gain! immediately make money. his views on a four-year collegein the disposal of the courtesy cam- Smile . Be Happy . It's that the state and its many

Ing on "mass-market" potboil We are inclined to believe that Pensacola. paign committee throughout the 1963. Enjoy Friendly Florida. agencies are concentrating on
ers. American sales of mass- i more books cannot be a bad .a. two-month period and many individuals This is the message that more displaying kindness and hospitality

market paperbacks have declined thing.! A baby-sitter we know ANOTHER LATECOMER the already have seen the than five million Floridians hopeto because "yesterday's touristsare

from the 1959 high of 285,- has grown up during the publishing political pundits mull over is Sen blimp flash the messages of convey to those millions of like yesterday's flowers: the ,
900.000 copies. But from 1960 to boom. She has read so wide. John Mathews Jr., of ,Duval greeting at both the Gator and you very wonderful people who memory is sweet, but their per- i _
Mathews Orange Bowl are doing us the honor of being fume is and a new garden
1961, the quality paperbacks ly during her 17 years that she showed his political agility games respectively. gone _,
in the November Radio and television stations visitors in our state. must be planted." _
jumpp.1 from reapportionment
166000.000 to 25, has become sharply discrimin- I y.
900.000 and the. aJ p still going. :tting.r' session of the Legislatureby and newspapers all over the state Some 15 million of you from That is why we say throughthe .
remaining on friendly terms i have been asked to conduct "Miss throughout this great country of smile power of our ordinary _
'''(-:7'.Y'; : :: with both the big and small county Smile" contests as we attempt to ours will be with us for varying citizens we are more pleased
: blocs. locate the young lady with the lengths of time to enjoy our than we can express that you are

::- With all the fuss by the big prettiest senile, since a smile is pleasant climate, easy living, resorts here Have fun, stay with us as
cities over reapportionment Mi- a real sign of friendliness, the sports and fun, and we long as you can and do comeback
I ami's Mayor Robert King High beginning of courtesy. wish to.add a friendly smile anda soon.
has popped up. All of this is designed to im- cheerful greeting because we Happy New Year From Friendly .

: Sen. Charlie Johns, a formerovernor press on the visitors who are want all of you to be our friends, Florida! r
.... flocking into Florida in even long time friends who will be
.. ......,.:... ; and most recently a candidate LEGAL NOTICE
for that office, reportedly greater numbers that we truly happy to come back again. (FSTA Parcel No. 10.6-7)
t'C i is are glad they are here and that The Florida Council of 100 is Sealed bids will be received at
t gathering forces for a campaign 10 a.m. on Tuesday the 22nd day
4 w and there is talk about a we hope they'will return to visit a group of leading businessmen January 1963. at the office of Flor
us again and again as the years industrialists and educators in ida State Turnpike Authority. 103
$250,000 kitty ready for him when Gatlin
.. Street. (Post Office Drawer
state dedicated
our are to.
'. he makes his move. pass.We 8427). Orlando. Florida on one
. decided to conduct this the general upgrading of 'ouretpnomy .frame house formerly owned by
YOU COULD HARDLY talk campaign' after we discovered and these men are Alton Settlement Partln.Road.Purchaser located. on Partin
about surveys of other tourist areas]spearheading a courtesy campaign I will be required to re-

11 ':. 4tS ..,.. : .. notice a of governor's ex-governor race Leroy without Cot that the one thing which consist- in which millions of theirfellow move from the house right including of way.foundation.within 30
:: ently left a favorable days.
.: lins, now a radio huckster, who on tourists the Floridians have joined to Terms of sale Cash to accompany I .
was friendliness
"', commands a large following and make your day just a bit brighter the bid at time of sale. Bid money New Yearn Eve and bubbles are practically
.. with which treated will be synonymouscham
they were returned
by to unsuccessful
.. ',... who if he decided to run, could the residents of the state in which by showing you we really are bidders at time of sale. paign bubbles, that is. The bubbles in this soggy night club scene
.. : upset the trend of things. glad you are here. For further Information tele- will outdo bistro in the nation the
: they were visiting. phone Orlando 241-6574. any come festive Eve. Hen
: Florida is fabulous Florida
Most recent mention has been It therefore The Authority reserves the right a WEEKI WACHEE mermaid and
was the decision merman tout 1963 with their
of Max Brewer, former legislatorand fun-filled, but, most o| all, Florida to reject any or all bids.
:1 of the Council to own brand of champagne-at the bottom
.: State Road Board member try to instill in is friendly, and we believeyou FLORIDA STATE TURNPIKE of V/ecki Wachec'i
AUTHORITY underwater
Floridians the grand
importance of
good canyon.
will find this for JOHN
from the Melbourne -Titusville out your.uUuuUuUUuuhuu. M. HAMMER Chairmanan.
i old-fashioned courtesy as a stimulant 10. 17. 1963
ti Cocoa area. to what still is our state's _.... ... .. ..
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... ..
: i This is obviously not a completeist

...LA. :...'>>:.;.; . .. .W .. .,:..:<....." '. .'( :>>...;s6..v. '. .1 not ONE,been but OF then written.THE*that*more as.catalogue yet.appropriate has dividual be greatest fail All friendly, however of,industry-tourism.cooperate.these and, unless make fine Please you efforts our.,visitors the smile will in-, : CHEVROLET i ;p.6; ig..iit.--;; ]

He didn't insure his'car holiday cards was sent by Rep. glad they are here.

Jerry Thomas and family of Palm E No wonder Chevrolet is so popular with a choice like this: the luxurious Jet-smooth
Beach County: .. "'5'. /
through() an independent agent "By the Spiritual Decree vest if",.*":'. 1 's Chevrolet, lively low-priced Chevy II, sporty rear-engine Corvair, and :

'I ed in rs by the Tribunal of { : : two new versions of America's only all-out sports car Corvette. i
He'd done everything to get the claims promptly and fairly. For Santa Claus, we do now gleefully ( ,

insurance company to pay for all-around protection it pays this o apportion to you and yours, a fair .v":..,,: The make more people '
badly damaged car-phoned insure your car, home, or busi. and just share of Success and : depend on

. argued . pleaded. Everyness through an independent Happiness for the New Year." I

thing except stand on his head. insurance agent! J M4y Y

Now he's done that. We are independent insurance Sale of Gasoline L,

AH unnecessary if he had agents, ready to ,give you
insured through aniridependent" continuing, personal attention In County Reported 1

insurance agent. Because an independent -the Big Difference in insur

agent represents sevai1ce today. For .a free analysis The Department of Agriculture -
eral companies he recommends of your insurance coverage, just auditing division at Tallahassee
only those companies which pay give us a call. has reported that
682,377 gallons of gasoline ,
) SEE YOUR INDEPENDENT were sold in Osceola County 1j-; :
during the month of Novem -
N4c INSURANCE AGENT GG. ber. 1962. : ,

sponsored by members of the Florida Association During the same period Impnlri Sport Seebm :
of Insurance Agents 105,804 gallons of kerosene eiee of 19 Jft9mohCkevnAet
were sold! in the county. 63 JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET I

For Any Of

-1 : These Services

-' --"MAr S C New Houses

Dream plans come CommercialStructures

frve in these j"-1' Remodeling ;
Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe-' i Chevy II Nova 400 Stntnm Wagon
its Additions beauty, ride and comfort yott'tt go for instantly tININNNNI shares the eaey-care features of the big Chevrolet

G-E Aluminum

Built-in Ranges Siding l

Aluminum Awnings .

KITCHENSfl Storefront Marquee

EstimatesSEE Cormir Manza Club Coupe- Corvette Sting Ray Sport C01IfN-

with snazzy bucket seat interior there's alIt a new Sting Ray Convertible


K. C. Moore Jr See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom !



847-4171 8922011Y 11 Stewart St. ,
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6 The Kissimmor Gazelle. Kissinrmee. Florida Thurs., Jan. 10,1963llinimum

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


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


Office or store space IANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: PARTICULAlU.y OR Attorney lor Petitioners AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
available. YOU AND' EACH OF YOU are IN ANY AY: TO BE AFFECTED You and each of you are herebynotified
SALE hereby notified and required to present THEREBY V. Carroll Webb required to present
Rogers & Kelley Building any claims which you. or You. and ach of you. the Stateof Attorney for Petitioners any ,,:n4w you. or either
12 East Monument Ave. PRIVACY AND either of you. may have against Florida, through the State Attomeys V. Carroll WebbDecember of you may have against the estate -
the estate of Robert W. Ford deceased SJ the SecOnd Judicial Circuit 25. 1962. Jan. 3. 10. 1963 of James Elmer Doughty, deceased -
BARGAIN'BARN Kissimmee, Florida late of Osceola County of Florida. and the Ninth Judicial late of Oweola County Flo-
('om"-. If; Zipper s. Tooth : F Florida, to the County Judge of Circuit of Florida are herebrtqulred ORDINANCE NO. 269IN Ida, to the County Judge of said
ItrnOtr 7*: Ear B.b.! 3e;; Sb* s SPACE AROUND YOU? said county at his office In the to appear before this ORDINANCE ADOPTING THE County at his office In the Courthouse -
ale; Socks lie; Pillow 'lie Courthouse at Kissimmee, Florida. Chambers of 'the undenigne11 FLORIDA MODEL TRAFFIC ORDINANCE at KlMlmmee. Florida within -
Shirt $1: P M+* $1; Dresses; SERVICESOFFERED aratXC3 g within six calendar months from Circuit Judge at the ENACTED BY THE 137 six calendar smiths from the
SI.90; Rags Sic; Nylons ale: A I the date of the first publication of Courthouse In Tallahassee Florida. SESSION OF THE FLORIDA date of the first publication of this
Hackles 4j Faatits 13e -'Belts this Notice. Each claim or demand Oft the 6th day of February. 1963. LEGISLATIVE AS CHAPTER 57- notice. Each claim or demand must
15*; Cap 13c: Spread; (%.H; 5 MILES fROM KISSIMMEE'f. must be In writing and must state show o'clock in the forenoon and 333 AND PROVIDING FOR THE : writing doru state the
Hair Nrta 4e; T-Salrts Me the place of residence of the claimant cause if any you have why PENALTY THEREOF.BE of claimant
Nearly Ktrrybodx Trade at The; I FSTA and must be sworn .to by the the prayers of the Petition filed In IT ORDAINED BY THE and must be sworn to by the claimant -
S Bargain Barn. Cam t. Sibrrt I :lalmant his agent or attorney, or above titled cause should note I CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY his agent or attorney or the-
MI1UVarrk.....- In DtTeaport. LKAKN BARBERING the same will become .void according .' > granted and the revenue bonds OF KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. IN same will become YON according

Immtdlatrlr.BARGAIN BARN.Opem FolUw. the klgv Insure Year fntvre la a BEAUTIFUL LOT 175'x300' This to the law.3rd day of January, 1963. herein ng. authorizing described the and the Proceed-j LAWFUL FOlLOWS SESSION ASSEMBLEDAS to This law.the 4th day of January. 1963.

Merit Days And s....,* wellpayingprofesslaa* Night Clawer LOTTIE P. FORD of be validated! and Section 1. The Florida Model EVELYN L BRUCKER
I I Day Executrix of the Estate of revenue bonds to be Issued Traffic Ordinance enacted by the Evelyn L. Brucker. Administra
V.A. Approved Robert W. Ford Deceased. Petitioner herein In the aggregatesum I 1957 session of the Florida Legislature trix of the Estate of
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene Orlando Barber College Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. of Three Million Dollars ($3.- as Chapter 57-333 as published James Elmer Doughty, deceased
3399 S. Orange Blossom Tr. Attorney for ExecutrixP. 000.000) to be designated, dated by the Municipal Code r Murray W Overstreet. Jr
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John'iAir GA 5-587! Modern 3-Bedroom O. Box 492 numbered in denomination of and ion.1 Tallahassee. Florida, is hereby Attorney for Administratrix
Conditioning and Heating Kissimmee. Florida to mature as follows: adopted by the City of Klsslm- P. O. Box 483Kissimmee.
Jan. 10. 17. 24 & 31. 1963 "FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT mee. Florida. Three copies each of Florida
Headquarters.B WELL DRILLING: 2" toT:I COMMISSION. OSCEOLA COUNTY which are now on file in the Office Jan. 10 17. 2<1. 31, 1663.
Insured. All Home Near IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S of Clerk. and the provisions -
SALE Upright General Home or grove.
: COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTy, dated the first day of December thereon are specifically incorporated -
Electric deepfreeze. 400 pound work guaranteed Phone 847 FLORIDA. 1962 numbered from 1 to 3000. by reference In this OrdInance Flowers For All Occasions
IN RE ESTATE OF both Inclusive In denomination of and shall be in force In the
capacity. 7 years old $100; Like 3313. KIssimmee Fla. LULU FUQUA BLACKWELL. $1000 each and to mature In nu- City of Kissimmee to the same extent -
new California rattan living $16,500 $3,000 Down ased. merical order as follows to wit: as If set out in length herein ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST
NOTICE TO CREDIT Maturity Date Am..*t and the violation of the
room suite, complete. Ail foramica LOST AND TO ALL CREDITORS LEGATEES 1964 100,000 revisions of said Mode Traffic
top $200; Light oak chest DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- 1965 110.000, Ordinance Is hereby prohibited.
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 1966 115.000 Section 2. Any in violation -
Of drawers. Good condition 1967 120.000 -
SAID ESTATE: of the above Florida Model
$75: French Provincial nigh! FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS You and each of yOu are hereby 1969 1968 125.000 130.000 Traffic Ordinance and this ordinance -
notified and required sent any shall be punished by not more
stand, two drawerS $10; Lawr LOST: Air niter tram gasoline claims which you. or either of you. 1970 1971 140.000 145.000Maturity than $500.00 tine or more than

Boy lawnmower three yean golf: cart. Phone 847-2153:: may have against the estate of Date sixty (60) days In Jail or both. GREEN'S FUEL
INC. Lulu Fuqua Blackwell. AZ ant shall
deceased. & 3. This ordinance
old, $50; Complete set dinner LOST: Jan. 5th. Brown and white late of Osceola County. Florida. 1973 1972 220.000 Section ect Immediately upon Its

ware. Good condition $15. Odd hound dog (named Spoil. Near to the at his County office Judge In of said county 1974 235,000 passage and adoption. Sales and Service
the Courthouseat
and ends 313 Patrick Street. Canoe Creek. Kenansvflle Rd. 2 Broadway Kissimmee Kissimmee. Florida, within six 1975 1976 245.000 255,000 Commissioner George Reynolds

Ph 847-4R01. Call evenings! Finder notify Disk' Makinson 847-3156 847-3157 calendar months from the date o' 1977 270.000 moved the passage and adoption of MOM 147-4172 1474171KISSIMMH
the first
publication of this notice.
the above and foregoing ordinance.
1978 280.000
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL I Kissimmee. 847-21M. Wo cooperate with all Registered Real Estate Brokers Each claim or demand must be In 1979 300.000 Motion was seconded by Commissioner -
HEAT. WE GIVE-TV STAMPS. writing and must state the place of Art Scallt and upon roll call
LOST: Large long earred, bass aggregating the sum of Three Mil-
OSCEOLA OIL CO. ill residence of the claimant and! must lion Dollars $3.000.000)). and bear- :on the motion the vote was as For Gas Delivery Phone
voice, black hound. Reward. be sworn to by the claimant. his ollows.
Ing Interest payable semiannuallyon
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941.TO I LEGAL NOTICE agent or attorney or the same will AYES: NAYES: Harold WiQOl; 847-2058
Jack Jennings Vero Beach. the first day of June and on the .
LOTS $10 DOWNS 'Notice of Annual Meeting of Members become void according to law. first of December of each Stanko R. A. FUtcW 847-4539
Cl.t.Al"al1:' >ets better weT;, Florida. $ MONTH J! of First Federal Savings and IhThis the 19th day of December. at the day lowest rate obtainable when year Reynolds Kenneth Blodtoc

loan a Blue Lustre Carpe LOST: White billfold. Finders HOMES: or TRAILERS Loan Notice Association Is hereby of Osceola given that County.the MURRAY W. OVERSTREET JR. the same are sold provided that Scalll Prather 892-7695 [St. Cloud]
such bonds shall not bear
Shampooer FREE with pur keep money and return picture TROPICAL PARK on 441 :annual meeting of members of theiiboenamed Murray W. Overstreet Jr. a greater rate than six per cen- Bo\is For Got Service: PhoneJ.
Association will beheld Executor of the Estate of Said motion having been dulycarried. B. Rounlr 847-4062
chase of Blue Lustre Shampoo. and cards. 8473712. tum (6%) per annum or be sold at *
in NORTH KISSIMMEE at the home office of the As- Lulu Fuqua Blackwell. deceased. such that the net Interest thereupon MayorCommlsloner Robert Aton
Parks Furniture Co. I TOUND r Glasses and case on sociation at the Corner of Stewart Dec. 27. 1962 Jan. 3, 10. 17, 1963 cost to the Development Commis- Prather declared said ordln- Emory Bronson 847-4570
' and Verona Street, Kissimmee, nce duly passed and adopted on
and Verona. sion shall exceed six centum
corner ernon SPECIAL 'Florida. on the 16th day of Janu- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (6to date of the per respective this 18th day of July 1961.an. Loo Girourd 847-2001
SEWING MACHINE 1963. at the hour of 7 P. M. .the R. H. Hall 892.1212 St. Cloud
Owner may pick-up by paying LARGE 3 bedroom block home :ary. SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF maturities thereof. a more particular 10. 17. 1963. ,
of[ said day. The business to be FLORIDA IN AND FOR LEON or coH H. T. Simmons, Mgr.
62 White Zig-Zag. Buttonholes for ad. 847-2881. taken the said annual description of said revenue IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
I f north of city. Built-in kitchen, up at meeting COUNTY.
monograms. and fancy : shall be: IN CHANCERY bonds appearing by reference to OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLO- 847-4819
stitches. Take 6 payments of large bedrooms with walk-in 1. Considering and voting upon CASE NO. 18554 said authorizing resolution certified RIDA. Walter. Alderman 847-3342
S710. Call or write Credit of officers and committees copy of which Is attached to and IN RE ESTATE OF R. W. lotsater 847.2012
closets, living room 15 ft.x27 ft. reports FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT COM-
711 No. Mills St. made a part of the Petition herein.
Orlando.manager. Florida. WANTED Wall-to-wall carpet throughout, 2. Considering of the Association and voting upon MISSION Florida.an Petitioner Agency of, the Stateof This Rule Nisi of Is general to be circulation publishedin JAMES Deceased ELMER DOUGHTY. John Evans, St. Cloud, 892-3482

2 dividers, utility room. No bet- ratification of the acts of directors Vs. published newspapers in Osceola County. Flora NOTICE TO CREDITORS

WOI jAN WITH CAR to call regularly ! ter deal anywhere. $15,000 furnished and; officers of the Association STATE OF FLORIDA Respondents.et al. ida and Leon County. Florida *in
form and manner as required by
STOVES REFRIGERATORS each month on established $14.000 unfurnished. 847- 3. Election of directors to fill the RULE NISI Chapter 75.06. Florida Statutes. NORRIS CLEANERS
offices the terms of which are IN THE NAME AND BY THE
Studio Girl Cosmetics clients 1876. DONE AND ORDERED at Talla
I then expiring; AUTHORITY OF THE STATE hassee. Leon County Florida this
USED in and around Kissimmee I. No other matters except as OF FLORIDA: 20th day of December. A. D. 1962.
required by law or regulation. TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA ,
making deliveries, W. MAY WALKER.
I etc. 3 or 4 hours per day. Route House and lot-Lot 140'xl60' DIRECTORS.Dated ERTY OWNERS AND CITIZENSOF true copy '
1015 Wast Church will pay up to $5.00per hour. -located on North Nebraska$50 at Kissimmee.. Florida. De- THE STATE QF FLORIDA Attest 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
I down low monthly cember 14. 1962.WILLIAM AND OF 0 seE 0 r.A COUNTY Paul F. Hartsfleld
Dept. 75931, Glendale, Corp. Collect Cypress 50981. Secretary. IDENTS OWNING PROPERTY OR Leon County. Florida
Orlando. First Federal Savings and Loan SUBJECT TO TAXATION THEREIN By J. B. McCollum.
Calif' Association of Osceola County : ALL PROPERTY OWNERS. D c.
RENT JOB WANTED as watchman or Kissimmee. Florida. TAXPAYERS. CITIZENS AND I hereby certify that I have furnished -
a copy of the foregoing Rule
guard. Experienced and well LOTS $10 down, $8 month. Home RIGHT. TITLE. OR INTER- NisI. to which was attached a copyof
qualified. Call 847-2321. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S EST IN. SAID COUNTY. OR THE the Petition therein referred to ROTHROCKSEPTIC
or trailers. Tropical Park on COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY TAXABLE PROPERTY THEREIN. William D. Hopkins. State Attorneyfor :
FOR:! RENT: Apartments anc WANTED: U.S. Gold Coins. Pay 441 in North KtssimmPt FLORIDA.IN OR INTEREST IN PROPERTY TO the Second Judicial I Circuit of
double face. Write or send. RE: ESTATE OF BE AFFECTED THROUGH THE the State of Florida and ArthurL.
rtth.. Cot
houses week
I' : bargain. FORD. Deceased. ISSUANCE BY THE FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT Steed. State Attorney for the
ton's Apartments, North- Orange Stephens, Hartstown Pennsyl- Home, grocery, two apt., one NOTICE TO CREDITORS COMMISSION. AN Ninth Judicial Circuit of the State TANK CO
Blossom Trail vania.
furnished. Corner lot. Phone

FOR RENT: One bedroom trauers. _8472236. .

Rainbow Mobile Home & ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES '

Trailer Park Michigan Ave. LEGAL NOTICESIN WE MUST CLEAR THE WAY FOR Culvert Tile for Driveways

Past Bowling Alley. U mile off GET those Christmas bills off THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Septic Tanks-a size for every need.

Vine St. mind. A few openings now COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY.

FOR RENT: Furnished ,,apart- your available in neighborhood ter IN FLORIDA RE: ESTATE Of OUR 1963 MODELS! Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps

ment. First floor private bath: ritories. We train you to show CLARA A. CARR Deceased.
Utilities furnished 703 EmmettSt. Avon Cosmetics. For interview TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. 15 Years ExperienceK.

write Avon Manager. P. O DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER-
FOR RENT: Small Furnished Box 2005, Fort pierce Fin. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator

Adults 408 S. You and each of hereby
cottage. only. you are
notified and required to presentany 1962 IMPALA SPORT COUPE SAVE $800Demo
. CTyde AveKitchenettes NOTICEI claims which you. or either of -
: rooms and trailer you. may have against the estateof

apartments with lake and shuf- Osceola Clara A.County Carr., deceased Florida to late the of [ ] Super Sports, Air-Conditioned, Full Power, Fully Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

fleboard. By week, month or I not be-responsible for debts county Judge of said county at his Equipped, Beautiful Anniversary Gold.
St. Cloud' other _than my own. office In the Courthouse at Kissim
Capitol Motel
year. mee. Florida within six calendar

Hwv 441.APARTMENTS. Everett F. Martin months publication from of the this date notice.of the' Each first 1961 CHEVROLET SEDAN NOW $17954Door PHONE: 8473524STEEL
,claim or demand must be in writing V-8 Powerglide Transmission Two-Tone
$11 512, per week. Mrs. Paul REAL ESTATE :and must state the place of residence Engine, ,

Davis, 114 Emmett Strret. be' sworn of the to by claimant the claimant and must his New Paint, Was $1995.

FURNISHED 3 room 'apartment. gent or attorney or the same will

Bedroom, living room' ,- kitchenand I NEW Built-in- 2 kitchen.bedroom, Very block home.small become This 13th void day according of December.' to law.1962. 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA NOW $13954Door SALESANY

bath. Second. floor. 401! MURRAY W. OVERSTREET JR.
Mabbrtte St. down payment. 8474876. Murray W. Overstreet Jr. V-8 Engine, Powerglide Transmission, Radio, DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
Administrator of the Estate of
FOR RENT' : Three room, apart FOR SALE: 313 Patrick Street. Clara A. Carr. Deceased. Heater, Whitewall Tires, Was $1595.
ment furnished. Corner: of Five room frame. All cedar Dec. 20. 27. 1962 &: Jan 3 dt: .10. 1963 Competitively Priced

Broadway and Palm. Rent rea- closets, stainless steel sink 1959 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR NOW $795

built-in stove and oven, cherry IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS'
sonable. Inquire 203 S. Clyde or -
COURT. OSCELOA COUNTY. V-8 Automatic Transmission Radio Heater.
phone 847-3013 aft(, <;ve. panelled living room, new nyIon I FLORIDA.IN HORS TXAIlOtS AND UTILITY TXAILBtS
carpeting, ceramic tile bath RE: ESTATE OF
FOR RENT: Trailer,. sleeps 2, AMELIA S. KECK. Deceased. Was $995.
$35 plus light and gas. 3 cabins buill I-in vanity, vinyl tile kitchen. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO BUILT AND REPAIRED

with kitchenettes, sleeps 2, $35 bath, dining room. Com- mSTRIBUTEES.ALL CREDITORS.AND LEGATEES.ALL PER- 1957 OLDS STATION WAGON NOW $6954Door ttmftt* .......... BM?-AI WnL

plus light and gas. Trailer pletely Insulated. 2H car gar- SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE-
Automatic Transmission
Power Power
age. New roof. Workshop. Furniture MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Steering,
space. Heaven's View Trailer You and each of you are hereby OM Orlando Hwy. noar Uvastock Market.Rt. .
Court, near new school. 151Ernest optional Must sell leav- notified and required either any Brakes, Radio, Heater, Whitewall Tires. Was $995. 1, lox ]St-A Kl..lnrn..
ing town. Phone 84-4601. Call claims which you. or of you..
evenings.FIRST ., may Amelia have S. Keck against deceased the estate late of of 1957 FORD 2-DOOR HeateNOWWS495

Osceola County. Florida to the
County Judge of said county at his V-8 Engine, Standard Shift, Radio, LOU YOUNG, WELDING
office in the Courthouse at kiasim-
mee. Florida within six calendar Tires. Was $695.
months from the dateof the first PHONE 847-3898
F publication of this notice. Each
.L. J1r.1r claim or demand must be In writingand 1957 FORD 4-DOOR NOW $395
must state the place of resi- -
dence of the claimant and must be
r sworn to by the claimant his agent 6-Cylinder, Standard Shift, Radio, Heater.
or attorney, or the same will become OSCEOLA TIRE
void according to law. Wa; $595;
This the 26th day of December,
1962. SERVICE'i
Executor of the Estate of
Amelia S. Keck. Deceased. OUR: TRUCK SPECIAL Custom Recapping
January 3. 10. 17 A 24. 1963 W





ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. 6-CyIinder, Std. Shift W/W Tires, Wheel Disc, Two-Tone IE WISE-

.rtteps the thug ht finks_ you,sKudo.... But tU law says U Is DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- Mu'
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Paint. Don't Miss This Terrific Buy! Was $1695. 0
old nouflh, a team II U his pocket so what or* you waiting AGAINST SAID ESTATE
for? You and each of you are hereby ECONOMIZE
notified and required to present any
Automobile insurance Is mod' for? on occasion: such as mis. but claims which you. or either of you. a

be lure yeu'oarry protection 1ft a good company raprctcntod bya George may have H. Kempfer.against the deceased estate, late of 1 Extra Quality Block

rBobU oowt.. ?Mrs you'll fast l better about tha whole tWn of Osceola County. Florida to the
County Judge of said counts at his r G t At Ne Extra Coat
office In the Courthouse at Kissim
mee. Florida within six calendar pA.
months from the date of the first .
publication of this notice. Each I Pk. 847-4021
LUPFER'SInsurance claim or demand must be In writingand !
must state the place of residence -
of the claimant and must be I A.
sworn to by claimant his agent or! Member of Osceola County Ba&tos Assodatl
attorney, or the came win become
void according to law. '
Agency This the 26th day of December.
Executrix of the Estate of
1918 1962 George H. Kempfer. Deceased.
Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. INC.
Attorney for Executrix I

12 Broadway-text To The Bank-847-4121 Kissimmee.P. O. Box 492 Florida. FROM POST OFFICE PHONE 847-2684 NEPTUNE ROAD BJ88IMM1K

January 3, 10. 17 & 24. 1963 '

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