Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00263
 Material Information
Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: January 24, 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: VID00263
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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;, mrerea v second e .ssmevr Kissimmee Rorlda Thursday January 24 1963 fees Price Ten Cents
_: > I, Osceola aa, Q, Phone 847-2881

7,4 t ;y. Mr' ,, i iL iN r.Annual City ReportCity I-

Manager Charles Jack taled $70,159.33: for 314,771- The public works department new customers for a total of 4 I

: son yesterday released his an- 800 gallons pumped. The peak had a busy year. It col- 2,628 or an increase of 17 per '

nual report on the activitiesof month was May when 40,031- lected 1,246 loads of barbageand cent.
monthin 1,228 loads of trash, serv- The mosquito control unit, i
the city during 1962. 300 gallons, the peak
IT UP-A foci milady I Vida Gould, I through October
new chapeau the history of the system ing 2,200 customers and start. from; April 4jzd
524 Main St., Kissimmee, receives a "mad hat" from I The report shows that the trash collection. fogged 320 hours, purchasednew
were pumped. The water de- ing a weekly
Marthle Bouche (right), the Mad Hatter from New Orleans municipal light plant pro- partment added 371 customers It continued reclamation of fogging machines and

as. an award for outstanding performance in a duced 26,234,500 kilowatt for a total of 2,848 an increaseof property at Oak and Emory stepped up ditch maintenance
recent Tupperware promotion. Mrs. Gould, along with hours of electricity which resulted 11 cent. Streets for future public use .programs.
75 other company distributors, were awarded hats by in $457,755.17 in residential per landfill disposal New equipment purchased
Mrs. Bouche during their annual distributors conferencethis sales and $285,049.92in There were a total of $847- by sanitary. during the year included a
of trash.It
commercial sales for a total 847 building permits issued, a street
week at Tupperware's international headquarters. tractor and mower d
of 74280509. decline of four per cent over completed a paving program sweeper two pick-up trucks, L A

Of the total sales 27 percentof 1961 when $874,954 permits started in 1960 by com a %.ton truck, a Trashmasterand

Commissioners To the revenues or $202,972was were issued. Of the permits pleting Maple New York and backhoe, two police cars SPEAKS TO BUILDERS-W. A. )lcCree-. second from right,

paid for fuel, the largest issued $428,020 were residential -. Bass Streets with the paving and a fire truck chassis. spoke at the annual banquet of the Osceola County Builders

single expense. Twelve per and $419,827 were for contracted for and the drain- : During 1962, in cooperationwith Association held Friday night. Shown with the Orlando contractor

cent of the sales or 86198.91 other construction.The 'I. age supplied by the city' the Osceola County and are, from left, Fred Ford, mayor of St. Cloud; Albert

Purge Voting List was transferred to other city city commission met 44 forces. State Road Departments the Rogers, mayor of Kissimtme and a building contractor himself *
for operation. 'I'II times and passed 22 ordin- Cages at the zoo were re- resurfacing
funds! : _h city. completed the and Odell Bronson president of the association. McCree,
The city gained 223 new ances and 24 resolutions. It built and repainted and the the widen-
of Broadway, chairman of the Florida Barge Canal Authority, spoke on the
The city commission last lieve should be removed from customers for an increase of adopted a budget of $1,472- city hall and police depart- ing of Main Street, and rebuilding Importance of being build '. (Photo by Hamrick)
Tuesday night was given a the registration list. It could 'five percent over 1961 and 368 and authorized a utility ment building was repainted and widening of Vine'

list of 1,200 voters who had be a sizeable list. now has a total of 4,394 cus- rate study and a codificationof inside and out, resulting in Street from Main to Thacker .
not cast a ballot in a city elec- Those named will be able to tomers. city ordinances.A the establishment of a new Avenue. .Rotary Told Of 1 1IRadio

tion for more than a year. appear before the commissionto Jackson said the peak days new lease was negotiated room for meetings of the city The fire department an- .1

That is nearly 50 pet, of the show why they should remain were December 12 and 13 with Marathon Aviation for commission. swered 127 calls, 92 inside the .

registered voters: eligible to vote. when the plant produced 113, the operation of the MunicI- The department fenced the city and 35 outside. There
Reason for the list is the The commission also auth- 000 kilowatt hours. The peak pal Airport. public works yard and power were 33 buildings involvedand Problems"A :

city charter requires the commission orized condemnation of a vacant hour was on December 13 The administration established : plant area in 1962. the value of the property

to purge the registra wooden house located at when 6,650 kilowatt hours a central purchasing' The primary settling basin destroyed was estimated 'at I radio station is not a jukebox As for the nuisance type of ,

tion list. in January.The Stewart St. and the Atlantic were produced, and ,the minimum system, had a job classification machinery at the sanitary sew- 97629.70, the largest being rnd should not be thoughtof commercials that breed so much I

commissioners delayed, Coast Line tracks. hour was on April 23 study made indexed min- er plant was rebuilt where a the building which formerly as such" according to Rodney resentment. Walker said that "we

action until next Tuesday] The action followed City when the plant turned only utes of the commission meet- total gallons of sewage treat- housed the Chrisbank Corporation Walker, owner-manager of WSOL won't run screaming, shouting l

when they will prepare a list Atty. Ed Brinson's statement 1,300 kilowatts. ings and prepared a personal ed amounted to 237,440,000 boat builders located Kissimmee.He 'spots". What gains attention
of names to be published. that all interested parties had Water department sales to- manual. gallons The system added 382 at Municipal Airport. told the Rotary Club that doesn't necessarily get favorable
These will be those they be-. been notified. "of 100 records that .
every are attention Our limit in one
Tom Miller Has sent to us gratis, we throw out hour is 12 one.minute spots and

Mrs. Marion Miller Schedule Announced 98. We want the kind of music four half minute spots.

that will encourage the listener 10 While a newspaper's files can
I Electricity will be off to all turn on the radio and leave it be consulted to learn what was

I consumers except the hospitalsand Resigned Position on." printed on any given day a radio

Notes 100th Birthdav : police station Sunday morn- Walker also emphasized that station's product evaporates in

- - - -- -- ing for approximately four even reading aloud a preparednews air the moment it's off the antenna. .
hours from one to 5 a.m. Tom Miller who for 26 years Osceola Counties. In 1960, Bre bulletin requires some intelligence But Walker said, "we are
Mrs. Marion Rebella Miller, "Kissimmee Valley", a forerunner has been a sanitary officer of I vard had grown so large, it required and education: "the required to keep a log (to the
who will celebrate her 100th of the "Kissimmee Gazette". the State Board of Health, has its own sanitary officer ,
person without) some background nearest 5 seconds) the begin
birthday Sunday January 27th Mr. Butler died In 1895. White StoreIs resigned, it was learned here but Miller decided to stay in (".\n't sit down and put anything ning and ending time of every-

will no honored at a reception: giv this week. Osceola.He across no matter how good his I I :hing we put on, and a transmitter
'*n by the Women's Association u t Miller said he and his son, came to Lakeland from '
TO BE HONORED SoldLucas voice may be. I I reading every half hour.
the First United Presbyterian Wayne, had formed a corporation Georgia when three years old. .

Cfrurrn Sunday afternoon. to design, sell and install He came to Kissimmee in 1917
Oil Company, Inc., announced
The reception will be held in this week the sale of small and medium size sewage as a lineman for the municipal f "Teen On A Tangent"To

the educational building of the and water plants. He will have electric system. He worked in
its White Auto Store, located on I
church from three to four thirty.All u headquarters here. light and water plants in Lees-
North Main Street to Northside
friends are invited and it is I Miller began as a district san- burg, High Springs and other Be Presented
Super Service, Inca new com-
requested that no gifts be pre- itary officer in West Florida. communities.
pany headed by W. L. (Buddy) JUDGE JOHN E. HUDSON
sented. Nethery as president. Later he served on a statewide On Friday January 25th Judy Stalilonis Kirk Anders

Marion Rebella Miller was born 4 Nethery has been employed b) basis. Following World War II, Lab Salary Problem Hudson : the senior class of Osceola and Judy Williams.
January 21, 1863. Due to the'Union he "came home" and took over Opens I High School will present
Woolworth Stores Corporation as
the work in Brevard and The play tells the story of
Army taking her parents' manager and will move here: sanitary Appears Solved Teen On A Tangent", :
large home in Vicksburg Missis- The salary problem at the The play is a three act com a confused teenage boy played
from Homestead.The Featured Law OfficeIn
Est Beauchamps by Jon Hoke, and the dilemmas -
sippi, for use as a hospital, her new company will operatethe Animal Diagnostics; ,Laboratory edy drama to be directed by into which he plunges his
parents moved to the nearby business as a Goodyear Serv I.n. "Angel Street" here appears to have Mrs. Grace Makinson with family.
town of i CJinton where Marion 6 been resolved. student, director Sheila Eg
.ice Store featuring. auto parts anc ? St. Cloud
was born, but the family returnedto accessories. -"' """""".- Th< '
their Vicksburg home after the --I' Members of the include Oseeeta JttgtkJfthiiol aadttori I
and Catherine Beauchampthat the laboratory, confirmedhe cast
R. K. (Bob) Lucas, Jobs
J'ohn'B.. Hudson :
war. While in ''Clinton the Union Moore Ted Partlow and Willie is, are to appear in the had met with state agricul- announced, attorneyhas Jon Bloke, Sharon Gehrett, sum with the titafn at 8 p.m.
soldiers often entered her home forthcoming production of the tural Commissioner Doyle recently the Peggy Acree, Vivian Beltz Tickets available from any
Wells of White Autt
employees establishment of office at
for food and many called her the Footlight Theatre Guild, "An- Conner and Dr. Clarence an Cynthia Luthe, Sandy Hare, member of the senior class or
will remain
Store nev 1417 Florida Ave.. St. Cloud,
"Little Rebel", so her father add. gel Street". Their's will be Campbell, state veterinarian. Paul Slough Ernie Scaggs i at the door.
MRS. MARION MILLER ompany. for the general. practice
ed "Rebella" to her name On the responsibility of enacting Sippel said the commissioner -

one occasion her mother hid several In 1907 Mrs. Butler married To I the important roles of Inspect had worked out the problem law.Hudson is a native of Ken- Frank
loaves of newly baked bread James W. Miller a cattleman Dorothy Purdy I tor Rough and Mrs. Manning- by creating two new sal- tucky but resided in Mich- Poffenbaugh

under Marion in the cradle' thus I. and grove owner who died 'Jan Attend ConventionMrs. ham in the George Hamilton ary grades on top of the ones igan and, New York for many 1
bread. 12 1922. in effect. This makes it possi-
saving the uary suspense drama.
to removal to SlCloud
Marion, a sister and brother attended Mrs. Miller was active in the' Dorothy Purdy, Osce- This news was released ex- ble for a scientist at the laboratory years prior in 1961. Named ChairmanKissimmee

private schools in Vicks- local Chapter of the United. :ala, supervisor of registration, clusively to the Kissimmee. to earn pay in He received his Bachelor of

burg where she lived until De- Daughters of the Confederacy and will serve as chairman of the Gazette by the play's directors -: creases. Laws Degree from the Detroit

cumber 8. 1881 when she mar- served as Chaplain. She has always tate association nominating Barry Mount and Kirk Limited research will also .College of Law in 1924 and Valley Livestock Show, Board of Director who are
ried Samuel Harrison Butler and I been very active in the committee, it'was learned Anders. be allowed at the laboratory earned his Master of Laws Show Chairman Carlisle Bronson also responsible for the year

went to Throckmorton County, Presbyterian Church, having here yesterday. When quizzed as to "Angel under the terms of the legis- Degree in 1938. made public the committee re- 'round management of the Livestock
Texas where Mr. Butler was taught Sunday School as well as -trs. Purdy said she will attend Street's" chances of equalingor lative act establishing the la He was admitted to prac sponsible for the 19th Annual Pavilion. .

County Surveyor and had a sheep serving as President of the La- the convention of the surpassing the success of boratory. tice in Michigan in 1925 and Show, Osceola's" "County Fair", '

ranch. To them were born six dies' Aid Society for many years. Florida State Assn. of Super- Kenneth Duncan's directorial Dr. Sippel said he had re- engaged in practice there until February 20-24, 1963. at the Live Youth Activities
in Talla-
children, two dying in infancy.In She has always been a regular visors of Registration triumph, "Diary of Anne quested the installation of an admitted to practice in stock Pavilion on Route 441 be-
1887 Mr. and Mrs. Butler attendant and never misses Sun- hassee beginning Thursday.The Frank" Mount stated, "If The IBM punch card system at the New York in 1942. tween Kissimmee and St. Cloud. Schedule Listed

moved from Texas to Kissimmee day School or Church. session will adjourn Sat Diary of Ann Frank', as quot- laboratory for quick analysisof He was Western New York General Chairman will i be
urday. ed in a review of that play diseases and their past lo- Frank St. Cloud Recreation director Art Dyer
Florida. Mr. Butler as County Mrs. Miller has two sons a Branch Attorney .and trial Poffenbaugh.
Surveyor, surveyed the Rose Hill :daughter, seven grandchildren marked the coming of age of cations. He has also asked fora counsel for a large multipleline auto dealer, with Kirby Hancock, announced several activities will
Four New Members Guild laborer's so that
owned the the Footlight Theatre cottage of Keene's R. Bar continue this week.
Cemetery. He also ffind five great grandchildren. stock insurance company Manager Lazy
then it is our humble desireto someone will be at'the labor- Everyoay after school and Sat-
serving western and central Ranch as Chairman of the Live
Building To Be Called Named To VestryAt go one step further and atory at all times. New York until retired in' stock Committee assisted by Bill urday morning the 7th and 8th

I I the annual Parish meet- present a mature and adult early 1961. He continued as Kinner, A. L. Bulls, June Gunn grade basketball program is
ing of St. John's Episcopal treatment of our play in a TEMPERATUH L Rain trial counsel for the company and Cecil Whaley. scheduled and tonight the men's
Aaricultural Center Church four new memberswere professional manner. Tues. 1-15 79 50 .25 for a short time. The Committee in charge of volleyball program will get underway -

Ii< .., named to the vestry. To be co-featured in the Wed. 1-16 80 45 In September 1961 he term- the preparation and distributionof at 6:30. .Both of these programs

"The Kissnnmee Valley Livestock -; the Kissimmee Rotary Club dele- They are Guy Allen, B. G cast with the Beauchampsare Than. 1-17 80 49 .25 inated his private practice in the Premium List for the en- take place next to the

Show preparing for the 19th gated Frank E. Woodall to rep- Grissom, Charles Kimberly : Sandra Vannoy as "Nancy" Fri,. 1.18 82 60 New York and permanently try of cattle are Jim Smith, June community houee.
annual show voted to standardize resent the club at the KVLS and Ken Shirley. Holdovei ; "Elizabeth" played by Sat. 1.19 80 50 located in St. Cloud where he Gunn and Clifford Chapman. Friday night a square dance
members are Jack Bass Bot Gill Brooks, and Mount will resides with his session is scheduled tor teenagers
used describe the Sim. presently
Ihe name to meeting, where he was immedi- 1-20 85 55Moo. Evening programs ana ex-
Cody Lee Graves, A. R. Hoot enact the role of "Mr. Man- at the youfn center, starting at
Route 441 between 1-21 81 55 .80
building on
Board of Di-
ately elected to the (No. 1, Continued 6) hibits will be in charge of Chairman -
I en and Jim Wilson. ningham. on Page X.15.:
and St Cloud
Kissimmee com- rectors. 1 Jim Killip. Willet Miller
inonly referred to as the Live- .Entry Chairman Jim Smith reported :: Gene Cannale and Frank Poffen- Saturday night a band win be
"- '-- playing for dancing to start at 8.
stock Pavilion as the Kissimmee: to the directors that cat. .: ,. [baugh Publicity and the Rodeo
... For this of
Center. ; ; ': J : program a charge:
Valley Agricultural tie entries being received - - -
." are : Program will again be handledby
- 50c will be aakcd. Doors open at
Headquarters of state and national including a response to the invitation + Killip. .
:the youth center: both Friday and
agricultural agencies; to the Angus breeders
All committee members name
at 7 and dose at
of the Saturday :
meeting place most outside Florida. ed are members of the Livestock 1130.
farm and cattle organizations, the Livestock chairman Kirby Han- "' : : --
Agricultural Center also serves a cock stated that all arrangements '
host of town organizations 52 have been made for the reception 4- Rebekah Officers
weeks a 1
year.Recognizing of the cattle.
the need of cooperation Program and Exhibits chairman I

between service organiza- Jim Killip reported that ex- %ik
,tions and the Installed Saturday
outstanding com- hibit areas are becoming filled :
bined community effort, the Kiss and that preparation of the rodeo

:. immee. Valley Livestock Show, program is well under way.A -
s \ Y A public installation of officer< lain Mae
meeting of those interestedin 4 ; Baker. fmwfcia; Julia
Keith Morrison arts and crafts is expected to : of Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge No. Games color bearer Jennie

be held this week and 142 was held last Saturday night. PMHbjw, right fupfxwter to noble
Address Club sponsorSf Mrs. Velma Sumner, district Edith Koefal
for the evening shows have been I deputy grand; left supporter
president of District No. 14)). to noMe grand; Lucy
Keith Morrison executive arranged,
and her staff were the installing Hamlin. right supporter to vice
of the Light Indus
director I officers. grand; Hazel Mansfield left -
For supporter
Services Held
Council of Sarasota County I
The ceremonies were held at to vice grand; Dottle Bass
will be the Rotary speak.er ,
> Mrs. Sallie Keen Odd Fellows Hall which had been J inside guardian; Hester Smith
here at noon on Monday
beautifully decorated with baskets outside guardian; Fare Jones,
4, at the Tropical
February mrsSallie lifelong resident ; of flowers for the occasion. Emma Isabelle
,Hotel and later will talk with Keen I Baynss, Tyson
;;members of the Kissimmee of Osceola County, passed The outgoing Noble Grand Lulu I and Lillian Lockhart, altav

,Industrial Committee.A away January 13 at an Orlando Kesler and her officers opened! bearers.

graduate economist, Mor Hospital.She the meeting with the processional After the aeceptanee speech by

,rison has worked successfully is survived by four sons. '-. flag salute and singing of the the new mMe grand Myrtle Van

kin Sarasota County both with George of Orlando; Elmer and r -.l, Star Spangled Banner. Courtesies Marter accompanied by Mary

.existing industries and with Paul of St Cloud and Yuell of ). 4' were given the deputy president Kerr at the piano, sang "My

:prospective ,new ones, to sup- Atlanta; three brothers, two sis- _. .. i and noble grand and they were Task". Gtfts were presented to
lily information and expedite ters, eight grandchildren and two 4 .t. : presented with gifts. the noble grad

financial and location probe great grandchildren. : Elective officers were Libby The, pat noble grands presented -
lems. j Funeral services were held James, noble grand; Elda Uedy the jewel and crtMcate to
The Light Industry Council I' Thursday at the Chapel of EiseV 3S t I vice grand; Margaret McGonigal Lulu Kesler. -

is supported by public funds stein. Fisk and Journigan Funei' .Y 4 gt, recording: secretary: Hazel Wiley Margaret MeGonigai, assembly

.and: is under the direction of al Home with Rev. Arnold Pres. financial secretary; Nan Wheeler. Jfcafiain. gave thttoaedfctfcxi.

".the County Commission. Members sey of the St Cloud First Christian REBEKAH OFFICERS-New officer of the Kisslmmee Re- MarteOe Stoat Lillian Lockhart. Hester Smith Nan Wheeler treasurer; Lulu Kesler, junior The uiHCMS MMMMg' ? March

of the Council itself are Church officiating. bekah Lodge were Installed Saturday night. They are left to Dottie Ban Ucla Ketehum. Third row Sidney Lomtey Emma past noble grand.Appointive . closed the meeting after wbIcb

:representative of the county's Interment was in Rose Hill right Croat row Fannie Jcnt. Theima Rolls Lulu Kesler Bayliss Mae Baker Bud Mansfield, Marie Eggers, officers were DeBa refreshments were served by Jennie -

,Chambers of Commerce and Cemetery ..under the direction of Libby James Lucy Hamlin. EWa LIed), Margaret McGooig- Jennie Phillips Hazel WUe ', Mamie Boris Edith Koehi, Johnson warden; Martelle Stout,! Philips and her refmamnULIVING

other similar groups. Elselstein, Fisk and Joumizan. al, Velma Sumner.. Second row, Julia Gaines, Della Johnson Frances.Hewitt. (Photo by Hamrick) _conductor; Margie Eggers, chap- .mm.....

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2 The Kisslmmee Gazette Kissinnnee", Florida, Thurs., Jan. 24, 1963J woven into cloth. 1 marks on Exodus 3. closing her she had made of ceramics To BeHeld i Civil Air Patrol of Orlandowill
It has been so dark in the Garden remarks with the Gardener'sprayer. I I Jump Day
glass and sculpture explaining I
practice ground rescue on
mornings that when Phillip Lan
methods and stressing the the- Here SaturdayThe
signals at Kissimmee Air-
ham was telling his level one Mrs. Wm. Hayward heads the
School NewsBy Club NewsMr. raputic: value of the hobby. There will be
Elementary with Mrs. port Sunuay. people
I teacher. Miss June Goodsby, an nominating committee: ,
experience, he said, "Last night Walter Thomas. Miss Louise The Gloriosa Circle's meetingwas Paragators, a Kissimmee I to answer questions for anyone -
a field trip to two nurseries Based dub interested in G.A.P.
Bev Brown speaker for Stover Sports
Peggy Bradbury when I was getting ready to cometo Thomason Mrs. Thomas
dub in the Apopka area. Friday has invited clubs from all over
school . the recent General Garden and Mrs. Olin Williams serving SAND ROCK
Identification tags ordered some Danny Rogers told Miss Gools- Meeting, had so much informa- with her. The Hibiscus Circle afternoon. Those visited were Florida to jump at Kissimmee -
have hadfun using them. tion to give that he has been large in scope, the growers most Airport all oay Saturday. This MORTARIIX!
time ago through the school DCTare by that he wished there was a was hostess. The serving table. STEEL
I he word "sheep" was intro- asked to return March 19th to gracious with their information will be a fun-jumping day. Pub- & WIRE MESH
still in the works. The blood general dentist around the school. was overlaid with a lace cloth.
duced into Mrs. Rachel C. Ches- about feeding, pruning, etc. The
typing program hasn't been completed Seems he had two teeth that continue his talk.Landscaping An arrangement of white mums lic is invited and there will be
as yet. Parents should be nut's'level one room. Here are needed pulling. ye went back to I is his field but I and red carnations, prepared by eight members who made the no charge.
some class reactions. trip said it worth while and
receiving information on this his desk but in a few minuteshe at the session an. 15th. he spoke Mrs. Lottie Ford and gleaming was Now is the time to-
Mrs. Chesnut: What do sheep some plan to return again.
phase very soon. It is hoped that give ? was back talking to Miss on pruning a vital subject to silver service, helped to counterthe of Plant Bare root roses. January r-,
Future the
every child who ordered a tag Children Hair wool.*meat. Goolsby. "I bet you could pull members since the recent freeze. gloom of the day. planning group is the last month this can be
will have his blood type included : this! OLe," he said. And Dentist Mr. Brown goes along with the The Daylily Circle met Wed- includes a Rummage Sale, Saturday done. gO
Mrs. Chesnut: How do we get Jan 26th at Logsdon'slot
in the vital information which Goolsby did just that! theory that the growth inhibiting nesday, Jan. 16th at the homeof Start your vegetable garden,
the wool off?
8 For
Broadway, a.m. pick
will be stamped on the identification Pupils in Mrs. Lois Grissom's hormones are in the terminal Mrs. John Farmer, Fish Lake Beets, cabbage carrots collards -.. KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX
Children Skin them take
: a- of call 847-3876.
tag.News level eight have been buds. Since these have been destroyed Elmer, up rummage
group with Mrs. Arthur co- lettuce mustard, ,
knife and cut it off; use an' card party has been planned for peppers
from Mrs. George Bast. studying about our two new go ahead and prune out hostess. Mrs. Stephen Miller led radishes, watermelons etc.
electric shaver, tak. the sheepto j the first week in Feb.
Jr's level one group shows that the barber shop. states Alaska and Hawaii. Out dead wood of hibiscus, crotons the devotions using a timely remember. Happy Gardening Phone: 847.3524
Dates to
Sharon George moved to Haines side reading reports and pictureswere and ixora. A root ball is easierto New Year's Prayer.A .
Mrs. Chesnut What do do
we : I
20-21 Kissimmee
April ,
City and Kenny Creel trans- brought in by Joyce Baker. move than a large plant and report from the beautification -
ferred from Orange County to with the wool? Pinky Hutcheson Roy Partin, it is also easier to cover in case committee pointed out that dub Flower Show, '"That's what:
Children Sew it and "
: together
join this group. Susan Lane was : make coats. Bobby O'Berry, Rene McLeod, of another freeze. Cover with work is being done at the Lake- I Like about the South. I' i.

in the hospital. The class wrote I After this interesting discussion Karen Young Linda Ahrens, and anything light such as leaves, side Park and Community House. Feb. 25th-March 2nd, Orlando

letters and drew pictures to help the learned the Diane Sparkman. hay, peat moss or Spanish moss.. more petunias will ,be planted. Garden dub Flower Show "Car
group proper way ousel of Colors, Hues and Tunesof
brighten Susan's stay. John His- These orginal stories came Be to imple-
to shear sheep and how wool sure use a sharp Mrs. Walter Thomas presented I
ley's daddy sent color books forth was made into yarn and then from Mrs. Jean Donahue's level ment so as not to bruise the the program, showing articles the Times.
room. The boys and girls eight group: wood. Anything frdm 2-3"
One rainy day I was lookingout across be treated with an asphaltic err CHECK WITH georjje! stuart Y"'Y"'Y'CHECK WITH I
my door. I said that it was paint. If in doubt about whento

PRESTIGE raining. I wanted to go out to prune then wait. I Stuart's

play. So the raining stopped andI To help a plant through an impending : george
HOMES '' ) Ili ask Mother if I can bring my freeze feed lightly and l I
BUILT dolls out. She said NO! Becausethe water in well.

ground was to wet and my Quoting Shakespeae, Mr. Brown I-J
FOR YOU dolls will get to wet. By Joanne pointed out that the freeze is a i

Tibbetts. blessing in Disguise, in that it
The first day of hunting my makes the moving of shrubs eas- E
ByGeorge Dad got me up at 5:00: in the ier. Also, it will help correct the :I*
L morning. Then we walked downto three cardinal sins of
ReynoldsFor landscaping
our blind. Then we got insideof I WIN $1OOOO
; 1, too large; 11, too many; t1 :i PRIZE
it and then \
some turkeys
111, wrong kinds. Always plantat 2 week in Las for
Further Information Call 847.2856 or 847.2266Family walked up. My Dad shot two turkey plus a Vegas two in
least three feet away from
got one. day the POKERSTAKES
the house. Stagger plantings, or
I killed a deer. By Art Logsdon. Desks Chairs Files Machines :1'
to not
clump them so as
One snowie day we left Va. Supplies > ; PICK UP YOUR FREE ENTRY
I that regimented look. .
to come to Florida. We were on Mr. Brown is head of the Winter -, NOW BLANK AT OUR STORE-SOONI
Sis oi
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long. When we woke we were " ..
up ' '
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Dept,, loves his work and knows Iw?
in South Carolina. We were goingall stuartnottiA
his field. He was most generous george I
day. We got to Gorger and
about answering questions. All
got lunch. Then we got to Floridait 4 i utGist tusjNtss sum*ttt iiNi v o rUIBHMMMHUflaMHMMMBMHMHMMMV
will do well to make a date to \
Service was night. We stayed in a hear him in March. r i HUNT BROS."THE
motel. The next day we got a .

You may know, from previous ex- house Rhodes.,and here I am. By Roy. Mrs.During Gaylord the,business President meeting asked I

perience, the importance family Mrs. W. C. Seckman to lead the jiporfei- \ OPEN FRONT STORE"
CHECK WITH Jjeorj n stuart .
privacy during bereavement. During II devotions. She based her re I,
Albert F. Slye 60 I
11 the funeral service, for instance, it is

important that the family be seated Succumbed Wednesday ,(
Albert F. Slye 60, of Route 2, .
together out of view of others attend' ,
EQER' Box 142, Winter Garden, passed
THE ORDCft . as in ourPrivate family: room. away in a Brevard County hospital -

OF 7HC Wednesday evening.A .
GOLDEN Rutf native of Portsmouth, Ohio,

1/1/ RlEDELIO7 he before tween was moving Kissimmee manager to of Winter and Homes Orlando Garden be-, 6et a sa\l\\" that'll have you ravi\\\ f'I

24 HOUR 3 years ago.
KISSIMMEE .. FLORIDA eran and a Baptist. '
Survivors include his wife Inez 'I

Slye. One daughter, Mrs. Regina 'II
Phone: Hiles, Portsmouth. A son, Tom FORD DEALER ANNUAL I
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Funeral services were held at D I,

1 o'clock Saturday from the Gris- HiHIGH e I
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Amos, Minister of the First Bap-
tist Church officiating. Casket-
bearers and Presentation of the
Flag was courtesy of Barracks I

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with a modern automat came in second.
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The Kissimmee Gazette.Kssimmee, Horida. Thurs., Jan. 24. 196.13
Citrus Ifi.

stration The Mid-county dub was Home given Demon-a demonstration SA'F 4r No Other Beef Could Be SoUkL I

of citrus in cooking
by .Marilyn Dietrich at their

January Miss Dietrich meeting.pointed out the .NATU ALLY TENDE .

many ways citrus may be used
in cakes. pies cookies drinks,
By BETTY EBY jellies, .marmalades, salads, des-
serts, etc. All of which have
much food value and flavor.
Nothing short of aging brings you the
Reed Slick Tyner Sharon Sue I tenderness and rich meaty goodness of
Schmidt Emus, Jerry
Special congratulations this I day Sunday. Schweikart, Bill Perry George top quality beef. W-D Brand Beef is
week are being sent to Mrs. Others on the birthday list are
I }onegan, Renard Brooks Billy naturally tender. No artificial tender-
Marian Miller who is celebrating'''Elsie Baker, Webster Collins Prentice. Jack Crum, Ruth Medd.
her 100th birthday Sunday. Also James Campbell Linda York Mary Ida Barber, Ned Hugh Fp rr5 izers are needed. If you insist:. on top
special wishes to A. T. 'Snodgrass Verna Mae McWilliams David Bass, Bill Wallis, Tom Miller pp STOA quality beef, naturally tender with true t
who will celebrate his 93rd birth- Suldo :Betty Gutter Pamela .
wishes to
Ernest Green. Best
beef flavor, you'll love W-D Brand Beet
I of
each you.Captain
Jim Granger visited his :_' > _:: .'... : _' ":y"y V ':- =(;;" from Winn-Dixie. If you find that W-D GOYER E E

i'JAva mother. Mrs. Ernest Granger Brand Beef is not everything we say it
W here recently on his return froma
tour of duty in Spain. He is. FRESH Is your money will be cheerfully refunded
now stationed at Seymour John-
Charles C. Dowd has returnedto PORK
his home at 1622 Oak Street

SOFTNESS? Osceola after undergoing Hospital. surgery at the 88 ;

i John Cadel has returned to his
home at 22 South Clyde Ave.' <, HAMS
Hood Soft Rinse pampers aU after spending several weeks. at ;
your w.abablea--and your the Kissunrnee Hospital. SteaksLb.
pocketbook, too! Fluffs tow Hbocl 1 Judy Partin Calderon, who was
els and diapers to fleecy soft critically burned in an explosion' 98
ness.Leaves fabrics so deep- at Casa Grande Arizona was ,
wrinkle-free that Ironing'. returned to Orlando by plane ands LB. 39
easy-when necessary at aU. ><. . RINSE now undergoing treatment at
:;" the Orange Memorial Hospital. CHUCK
The complete fabric softener ?" Bud Skinner who lives on the

at the economy price. Tampa Highway, is a patient at : . a
the Haines City HospitaLMrs. "

HOOD SOFT RINSE returned. William to her J.home Tangerman on Janet has Roast w 59 ,

Street after a month's stay in
Chicago where she was called bya 100 Free T-V Stamps LEAN, MEATY . BEEF SHORT
death in her family.Mr. '
of Albany New York 00 OH MORE WORTH or
are visiting relatives Mr. and Htallk! & Beauty Aids Ribs Lb. 39 ,
.. Mrs. William Tangerman of Or- OOO THKU JANUARY 1 THAT .
ange Gardens and Mr. and Mrs.
HE'SMARRE. Allen Hunt of Dellwood Park.A S rNhr FRESH, EXTRA LEAN GROUNDBeef
card from Rev. Renus Olsonin
Denver, Colorado, reports that
t r 1y $ \ 7 Mrs. Olson is responding favor-
ably to treatment and they ex- 5 wg. $199
pect to be able to return to Kis- .
siznmee in a few weeks.
Mrs. Jack Fletcher of Ocilla, r e e Top awe St a ips
is her daughterand WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF ._._ -
Georgia visiting HORMEL CANNEDPicnics =- -
son in law, the Henry Sim- ONE Pica FROZEN SOUTHERN BEUSHRIHPBURGERS [: 0 -
mons in Idora Park.L. 3 18 5199
D. Ramsey of Smithfield, B B eI CAN
Pa. has arrived to spend his 10th
r'<,.. season here. I N D E 25 EXTRA STAMPS . CHOPPED, SHAPED YELLOW
Mrs. A. G. Reddy left this 4 4 _ Lb. 5199
Cube Steaks 3
week to return to her home at Box SOLIDSWD'
Macon, Georgia after spending a
Many husbands stop by for smokes, few weeks visiting her daughterand W-D'' FRESH, EXTRA LEAN

family vitamins, gifts and medicines. family. and ,Mrs.the Bert Lee Graves.Mr. Frazer.and o awe tai P s Gr. Beef '. . 5 PKG.1'wITh LB.. 5199 OLEO
children, Don and Kelly left this
past weekend to make their homeat
BROS., stop-off for personaland Memphis, Tennessee. Muriel 1
your P1E
celebrated her birthday at the Cheese 29
family needs . .. .. Tropical Hotel Friday prior 'to GOOD TNRU JANUARY a.TH Cott. CuP ,
. .. their departure. AT ANY WINN-QIXIE 1 0 ,J
.-...-.- ,f' -. .,.......:...." .;r.'Je"' -. --" Mr. '.and. Mrs.' William Carterof - 25 EXTRA STAMPS PALMETTO, FARMS r-
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1'J'\ Biloxi, Miss visited Ellis and 14-oz
.Davis last weekend. Mr. Pint Cheese 59*
". Marion Cup.
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the First National Bank here. .
Also visiting the Davis' were Mr. 44 ,. .
and Mrs. Gordon_ Granger of' : t 1.-_' '.-.. ; _. _'
J. Everett and Lou Hurt of
Hamilton Ohio left Sunday to return -
to their home at Hamilton, I \ Save 4'/2* Each . WAX PAPER '
"The Open Front Store" Ohio after a visit with Mary

Johnston on Drury Ave. t Cut-Rite . 2 125-Ft.Roil 49 .'

24-OZ. 5 Save 2t Each SCOTT FAMILY

W\ Bottle 28; .m Napkins 2. t.PkQL 25

UmIt2Wlth$5.00foodgnje..f Save 2%! Each . FACIAL SS tt

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1 R SAVE 11_ a Dinners 2 for 79
NEW BLUE Save 21< O t e e 0.Giant
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The Mssimmee Gazette, Kissimmee. Florida, Thurs, Jan. 24.1963 New Club FormedIn ORANGE GARDEN i Teenage Film Will 'Be Shown TonightThe

Officers mette, Saturday Night Dance; Gardens ALL AROUND Rev. L. G. Lyon Field I Assembly of God Church
KAST Orange I
i Wilmer Jones, Thursday night I Representative of Teen Age Teen Age Evangelism to AmerII -

entertainment; Jay Ruffner, Miss Marilyn Dietrich, Os- : KENANSVILLEBy JOTTINGS Evangelism Inc.. Brooklyn New tea's big cities is the newest I

:and Chairmen program and music; Lucy ceola County Home Demon- Betty Bass \ II ministry of the National. Home
Hamlin, publicity; Sidney stration agent met with sever- By ANNA J. REYNOLDS York, will speak Thursday:: at Missions Department of the Assemblies -

Lumley visiting and cheer; al women of Orange Gardensat \ 7:30 p.m. at the Calvary Chapel of God.

Guy Richmond, grievance; the home of Mrs. Ed La Mrs Annie
: Honey is a patientat
NamedOfficers It has that "All work
been said
last week after visiting with his
Bess Peterson hobby show; club.
due to organize new Osceola Hospital with a broken THEKISSlMMEE
I ana no play makes Jack a dull daughter son-in-law and
Ray Strayer, roque Eva Borghi -
; Those attending were Mmes.
leg requiring surgery as a "
and committee I bo>. so acting on that line of daughters in Minneapolis. He
cards; Harvey Eldridge, James Cooley, C. G. Beck- result of a fall at her home on reports GAZETTEA
of the
year thought 56 residents of the Gard-
shuffleboard and clubhouse that the temperatures were
; with, Clark Duffy Harry Eng--
Kissimmee All States Friday evening. l
of the Ray Green, card room; Louis lander, Ernest F. Gilliland ens and up-town Kissimmee took slightly on the frigid side.
Party prepaartions
Tourist Club have been Smith, club representative to Forrest Hayes, Elizabeth invitations were were out and time out last Saturday to takea J.fc. II. Perry Yew.NHer
named. city planning committee; Rev. Hirsch, C. L. Keach H. H. trip to Tampa to see the On- We are glad to report that Mr.
then it had to be whenon
John postponed
They are as follows: Maurice Grigsby, chaplain. Ladson George Murphy C. C. arama at the Palace Theatre. Charles Dowd has returned home Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are.
Louis his 7th 16th I S
birthday January
MacGlllivray, president
; The chamber of commerce Peterson Newton Olson, The pitcurc shown was entitled after being a patient at a local 4, Telephone 847-181
Baisden broke with
out .
Smith, vice president; Lucy Ricky
will honor all club couples Dwight Nicholson. "The Wonderful World of the hospital. A wish for completeand
Hamlin, secretary; Virginia who have been married 50 or Also Mmes. William Sawyers chicken pox! Brothers Grimm. From all re- rapid return to good healthis
Fish, treasurer. On the evening of January.19th Entered as Second CUM Mail Mftttr
Directors for two years are more years January 29th at a William Tangerman, Rev. M. M. Martin of Okeechobee ports those who went had a extended to Mr Dowd. In the Post Office at Kt.9lma*.. Ft*.
party. All couples eligible are Harold Wells Miss Marjorie wonderful time and hope to go
Wayne Galbreath, James Lee to Lake View
asked to register. Fish Miss Louise Peterson, came Baptist again at the next performance.
and Harry Hudson; for one Church -and showed films made Mr. Thomas Harnett of 1630 Published Thursdays at Kissimmee. Florida
Miss Nora Sevison and Mrs. Future dates and details of the Doris St. is a patient at Orange
James McTaggart,
year, and collected
his visitto
Charles Gerrish and John CARD OF THANKSI Lyle Faggetter of. St Peters- on recent next showing will be given in Memorial Hospital. It is reported LEO SCHUMAKEREditor
12 countries and three contin-
Taylor. I wish Co express my apprer burg. the regular Orange Gardens Bul- that he is making good steps and ManaferSUBSCRIPTION
Another meeting has been ents. The pictures, all in color,
Committee chairmen are ciation to the nurses of letin. toward recovery after undergoing
finance Ken Kissimmee Hospital, Dr. M slated for February 5th at 2 included many scenes m motioned RATES
I George Siegel, ; surgery.
L. Jewell and Grissom's in the Orange Gardens in the Bible such as Calvary,
p.m. At this time, wish to call
,neth Clark, trustees; Frank Funeral Homer for the Community building to elect Jesus' tomb ruins of walls, we Six months, $.50; one year, $,&.00; two years, $7.00
Crowley, election; Ercell attention to another upcoming Miss Grace Collyer has returned -:
Ladue will buildings, back
officers. Mrs. dating many
Wright, house; Sidney Lum- many kindnesses shown me event of unusual interest. Friday to the home of her sister and
ley greeting; Marian Rice during my recent illness. serve as president protem. hundreds of years, the Dead Sea Feb., 8 at 2:00: p.m. the Orange brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.I . .. .- -
All interested women in the Jordan River the street called -
Ethel M.
Higley .
social and picnic; Irving Ver Gardens Home DemonstrationClub Gilbert D. Hedden of 719 George r
Gardens urged to and of
Orange are "Straight" part an
------- first
will hold its meeting in St.
attend. Miss Dietrich will .old Roman Wall at Damascus i
the Community House Bldg.
meet with the group. Refresh- which is believed once bore the ,
ments will be served. !window from which Christians Following that date future meet- I And last, but not least, is the I ,
ings will be held the first Tuesday Children's Story Book Hour I, ,
BIG CAPACITY ; helped Paul to escape by "
of every month. The meet- which will be held at the O, G.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Armitagc lowering him in a basket. Also .
NOW entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ed shown were the Vatican and ings will be under the airection Community Bld5 at 10:00 a.m.I
I of Miss Marilyn Dietrich Home
on Saturday the 26th. Interesting
Watts to dinner Tuesday evening. many other places, all interest-
427 LBS. ingly'explained by Rev. Martin. Demonstration Agent for Osceola incidents of the lives of famous i .

Following this, the visiting County. This promises to be a men will be discussed by Mrs. ..
valuable addition to Orange Paul Oakes. The children who
churches represented were recognized Gardens activities for women in- attend these story books apparently -

I the next third Saturday asmuch as it is an educationaland thoroughly these V
IN SAME night meeting was invited to enjoy programs ] M A
ARCADETHEATRE social program, administrated if the sounds of merri-
Lake Washington Baptist Church. as an Extension Service from ment issued from the
SPACE AS A 1 1FRIDAY Eau Gallie, and then refresh- Community
the of Florida.
University Bldg. are to be considered. 10 '
REFRIGERATORTOTAL ments were enjoyed by all. 1
r : 1 -
On Friday night per- Mr. Fred W. Morris of 1610 I youwith
ii sons met at the church for choir
Orange Blvd. is a patient at a Have Peace I.
Mr. and Mrs.
SATURDAY practice including
CONTACT local hospital.
Pete Strickland. After the sing- insuredonlyhaif
the followed Mr. and
t : ij .from solid ing group Mr. A. B. Lendved returned
"THE LION" Mrs. Strickland home to surprise
shelves.9POSITION I !
Pete with a celebration of his With .a Compact k
tr, i with William Hold.a birthday. WCTU To Meet -

TEMPERA. and Darrell Heaberlin, son of Mr. Color Phone -
Thursday NightThe
TROLfromO "LISA"with and Mrs. Glenn Heaberlin broke I

his arm on Saturday evening Woman's Christian
to 10-below
Visitors to the George Matz Temperance Union will hold .
ADJUSTABLE DOOR- Stephen Boyd home on Sunday were her brother its monthly meeting Thurs- ; I an agent? V

Both in Color in law and sister Mr. and day, January 24th at the First I SHELVESfor ....._ ._ _
CA 222 Mrs. Earl Stallard, Orlando; her Methodist Church in the edu- .,.':.'t" ; I v"
cleaning father F. M. Beverly of Bristol cational building at f:30: p.m. :J I n insurance salesman rep- attention of an independent

THE CIRCUS IS Tennessee; and her uncle John Mrs. R. F. Miller' is in 11Ideal I resents only one company. agent. He keeps the insurance -

COMING TO Dale of Elyria, Ohio. charge of the devotion.A After he has sold you insur- on your car and home

GENERAL ELECTRIC TOWNI writer's There home was excitement on Monday at mom-this lections number will of be interesting rendered.The se- extension for any I ance for your car or home, up-t he makes-date. If you have a loss,

A Holiday Treat ForTh Ing. Shortly before 5 a.m. the Reverend W. Carl Beat- room I you may never see him again. sure you are paid

Entire Family. family was awakened by a deluge ty, pastor of the Free Meth- Half the size of a regula By contrast, an independent promptly, fairly.

: FOOD FREEZER ..1tnHIIlDWtI...>............ .. I I lightening of rain flashing.hitting the The roof and bad odist. His Church subject, is is guest"What speaker. Everyone -- phone 'I I insurance agent repre-His professionally We are independentagents qualified to

IIIYD weather' didn't last long but Should know About Dial glows in the dark I sents several companies. recommend all types of car,
MIMYrs.qt 2 Constitution of The Unit-
pasmw long enough for lightening. to The job doesn't end with selling home, and business insur-
1 ,....- Mooso. Q1 ed States of America". Add A Phone "Adds A :
strike the house leaving its you insurance. That's the ance. We'll be happy to give
1 The public is cordially in- Lot Of
v Living" :
DOBIS DAY mark in several However,
$19995 vited. Big Difference in insurance you all the facts about complete -
no serious damage resulted I For colors costs call E
ON LY IRI m .: am happy to report. I I -the continuing personal insurance protection.

Horace Phipps: Osceola Mem- Florida
J ory Gardens, was elected to a i

By.my, .mature., .. , , , Mid Florida Camp three-year term on the, board of ". Corporation,_. : SEE YOUR INDEPENDENT
MAKl1IA RAYE directors of the Florida'Cemetery.Assn. / : _
,t There n nothincusi as good as"General Electric w, _' Meeting Being.Held .. d" . " Kissimmee Business INSURANCE AGENT 4Jj'i
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1 ',riNMLYAas ,flThe election was held last I {sponsored by member of the Florida AssocUtie
The annual Mid.Florida week when the association met Office 847-3151 of Insurance Agents
I Camp Meeting is being held
in dear-water.
.......... .... at l Intercession City January17th I
Parks Furniture Co. tP.eN through the 27th.

DEAN Rev. P. O. Carpenter of

Ashland, Kentucky is the
: JAGGER .. evangelist and special musicis
; KISSIMMEE 8474171ST.. CLOUD 892.2011 being presented by Rev. sf3PIECE
in PMAYttWl9 and$UIXOLOI
and Mrs. Fred Wagner of Lexington -

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Made it as dependable as a wagon canget.. Want to\hear more? How about a low price,

And made it so it'll keep piling up savingsover natty interiors,Body by Fisher craftsmanshipand

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The Kissfanmee Gazette. Kissimmee. Florida Thurs., Jan. 24,1963 51 AuxiliariesTo OPENS SCHOOL I Met Itoatolttlt.ei
Legion \Esther Group LKAKN BARBERING flowers For All Occasions Christian Science

Studies HymnalThe Honor Officer I With Mrs. Kriebel Imrarc well-psyl'K Tear taUre pr.tessieaDay la a ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST Society
loch Wednesday 3
Adult Bible Class of Grace Members of the American Le- I On January 21 the Esther Appreyeu 309 N.Randolph p.

Lutheran Church St. Cloud will gion Auxlliary'Unit No. 10 of, Group of the First United Presbyterian Orlando S. Ores Barber BlMom College Tr. Seeder tenrini . . . 11 ....
i continue their study of the Lutheran Kissimmee and Unit No. 80 of St i I Church met at the homeof 3399 GA je Hail 2S ROADWAY M7-4S91 s....,Scfceel . . . 9:10....
the Cloud will entertain the depart, 3 1. Mrs. Norman Kriebel in Orange
Hymnal, stressing useof
the Hymnal in the home at ment president, Mrs. Leif Brak- Gardens with 13 membersand
this week's' meeting. The class soe, with a dinner to be servedat two guests present. Dr. Olive
Mrs. Mac's Dining Room Wednesday 1lsh was cohostess.The .
meets the
each Wednesday at
chapel 'at 7:30' p.m. January 30th at'noon. 4. meeting was opened with

dk Friday evening at 7:30 p.m., Price of the dinner will be 1 li prayer by Mrs. Sam Prather, .
t Jan. 25th the Sunday School $1.25 and all members wishingto chairman Mrs. John Summers i
attend are asked to call 847- had charge of the devotion.
staff will meet to prepare for the
Smtrtett lune\ton or dinner rendtf next month's lessons.At 2398 for reservations. as soon as The program was presented by
font t. Central Florida DeligU possible. Dr. Fish.
your fmmOy . honor your gnettt next Sunday morning's worship Dream plans come
. by bringing them to thit truly service, Holy Communion
..if.* dining ream.r will be celebrated.The Hold Card PartyThe Emma Rogers Circle
.... Ganp a r..i.i Dorcas Circle of the Wornen's Women's Club of the free in these
C.ra a..wG.smn Guild will meet with Mrs. Discusses Projects
L. Holy Redeemer Catholic
Warren Miller Alligator Lake,
i Church will hold their month'
Mkl"a'- Thursday, Jan. 31, 1:30 p.m. All Mrs. Charles Jackson was hostEss -
ly card party in the parish
L nw anus u ladies interested in sewing are at her home to the members! O-E
___ ... .hall on Wednesday, January]I C
of the Emma Circle of
: attend. Rogers
J, urged to ,
;; 30th at 7:30 p.m.
.::::- -- ---,--=r-- -_--- ------- i I the First Methodist Church January BUILTINKITCHENS Built-in Ranges
9th.During. \
the business meeting '
plans were discussed for service
projects, Mrs. Jackson and Mrs.

FIATURfS QUALITY-PRICl ,,,0. D. Whittington were asked to
investigate a foreign missionary
I project and also a local church
; project.

| Mrs. Murray Overstreet Jr.
volunteered to pan a circle work.
: shop activity for the next meel
DIAL DEFROSTREFRIGERATOR : ing. Mrs. Jackson announced a
study group is meeting at the

D. J Dc.frot 11.8 CU. FT. church for the following two PARKS FURNITURE CO.
Con cn.cnce: CAROLYN aoUR DCarolyn's Tuesdays and urged members to
SPACETwo attend. .
Mrs. Bill. Johnston led the de KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
99 Shelves- c Dance To votions. The program which followed .
.Magic .Corner Hinges Open entitled "You Are A Missionary 847-4171 892-2011

-- Registrations are being accepted Too" was presented by
Buttet. Compartment _.Automatic. for Carolyn's School of Dance Mrs. Esther Pollom, assisted by
Inferior Light Kissimmee Studio which is located several members.

at 220 Dakin Ave. January 24 Other members present were
and 25th from 9:30 to 12 noon. Mmes. Frank Kelley, Kent Powers '
Protective Dooft two FJex-Gful IceTr
PJ. jj. -
Classes will start at 9 a.m. Saturday . Doug Thomas and Darren '
January 26th. Morton. ,
Miss Carolyn Bourland, who The February meeting will be
has dedicated her career to instructing held at the home of Mrs. Morton.
$19995 in all forms of the

dance, tap, ballet, toe, modem
7-MIFlie. n.ty.rofen jazz, acrobatic, adult conditioning Methodist Women To I SAVE ,

Im us* ten ytanOf With Trade operates the popular and suc- Continue StudyThe
a cessful school. She has operatedher
longer. ewum TA212W Orlando studio for six years Women's Society of Christian WHERE YOUR
and is now expanding to Kissim- Service of the First Meth- __

mee.To odist Church will present the final T MONEY EARNS
insure the continuing high study of "The Rim of Asia"
quality of the training offered at Tuesday morning from 9:30 to 11 N
PARKS FURNITURE CO. Carolyn's School of Dance Car- in the educational building.The .
olyn herself studies with some of -study will be on Hong _
the top teachers in New York Kong and 'will be presented by; 4
each summer, returning with new Mrs. Carlyle Bronson and Mrs. %
KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD techniques which are' applied to Frank Dawson 'of the Shingle -4 i

847-4171 892-2011 the best advantage to her pupils. Creek Church, Miss Louise Thom-
Among these teachers have been ason and Mrs. Robert Pollom. PER ANNUM I

...'Leon Danielian, Frederick Franklin ;All ladies of the church and DIVIDEND
Madame Swoboda and Igor friends are invited.Presbyterian.
':'ouskivitch.Miss .
Bourlancl points out that [COMPOUNDED AND K

ROGERS BROS.CONTRACTORS judges, psychologists 'and teachers WomenTo PAYABLE QUARTERLY)
all agree that those childrento
Meet MondayUnited #
whom dancing is a part of
their lives are among the most Presbyterian Women

"Builder of Better Homes" emotionally stable. pleasant and will meet Monday January 28th
alert youngsters. at 12:30 p.m. in the educational i 4
; .SpecialkiHg In Home Construction' J 'Sherisrra.dancemajor'of; Sul- buildingjof th ,.F kst United Prgp- '
(F .. ... lins with assocIates *with = d : ; I.I-I _.
q ' n f. Design ,&planning: Service :"*" -.: - '- College, graduated byte aii Church a co eredish .. -
in fine arts degree asdance '
luncheon meeting.
s Conventional Financllp f major'from Rollins and received ''Mrs. Lois Evans; president of[i' ,'Jf tree'tp!'!I ittel; ,

Precision Construction a BA in pyschology and South West Presbytery, will be
.Choice Building Sites education which gives her:complete guest speaker and will also install
Competent CompetitiveComplete understanding of teaching new officers. The Esther Circle
methods and children.: will be hostess. All members are FIRST FEDERAL
PHONE 847-4639 She has danced professionallyin jrged to attend.
New York and performed as Saw andloanAssceiatienofOSCEGYACWNTY
Albert Rogers Murray RogersCAROLYN'S
'} guest artist and soloist with regional KISSIMMCKI. ST. CLOUD.
: Elder H. L. Yates, pastor, ex- !:7f'o ,
,,,,," ., -: "". I ballet companies. "-cmm
-< pressed his appreciation to the !:i ,""" .cI.: : r .. _

Shows Progress people of Kissimmee for recently . ,,I,ly! MEMKI IIOIIM.SAYINGS AND LOAN ftttUIANCS COVOUHCM'
I helping the church to reach their
Ingathering goal for educational. -- -- -
At. the meeting of the Seventh I medical and welfare work for THE DOODABlES BUill BY DODGE! : --- - ::--- ---- -: -
Day Adventist Church Wednesdaythe 1963.
treasurer's report, given by
Elder Yates will preach next
Mrs. R E Houten showed pro-
: Saturday morning at 9:30: a.mI
gress in all departments of the
Sabbath school follows at 10:30:
church. I
Visitors are always welcome.FLORIDA.

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The Opening of ItsKissimmee : i
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7. GasparOa Pirate Invasion

Studio FEB. 5.16 TAMPA

I FtorWo'i Greatest Annual Attraction
220 Dakin Avenue For Any OfThese with Its New Lookl

Seethel7th! anneal Florida Bee-
Services Irked Exposition-th. Florida Interactional -
r Center, the 'nt..otioal'Orchid
CLASSES START SATURDAY, JANUARY 26 and American Hibficw Shows
e New Houses and.th.Jvried Arts and Crafts Exhibition
9A.M.REGISTRATION la new settings SEE Qeorfer
CommercialStnlctures Horie Show-new this yearl BigCar
A-to facts. Dairy and Beef
Shows end Sor...

Remodeling eel! Carl Smith "Mr. Romance" I
of Coeatry risk 'a..' Kitty Wells.
Ovea of America's Folk Singers -
FRIDAY FROM 9:30 to 12 NOON e Additions **! Grand Ole Opry ,tonohnll7 .
Jock-pies the Ten- '
Aluminum nasa .'Mevntaia Boysl Febraery' ...OR FIVE FULL YEARS

For See! H.rrkaa.14.11 Drivers In mor*
further information or register by Aluminum than TWENTY crashing, crvncUngAeto

call Orlando 855-3730 422-8951. Thrill adsl SEE the Great
phone or Breno perform sensational feats on
wire cud potel February 5-161
SIt! Us Port old Mary ford-' Whether you! measure it in sales,months all in the low-price field. They caD 'em
Marquee CoIv bin Reading Stan-fcaowatfce or moppets the warranty on the *63Dodge The Dependa "...because tfcey are. THE LOW PRICE
Studio under direct supervision of Miss world over for their meltlpl* is the longest in the industry. It
....... .....,
EstimatesSEE o-tIr't. s.+.r era.r.r.lrwn
voice mid eBer recordings Feb- __ ........ .....
Carolyn Bourland qualified Dance Ed- nary 11.161 holds pod for a iuD five years or 50,000( .......pA.......tos...a.a........asp rr lilt
by miles whichever first 1863 DODGE ! !
comes M -
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The 1963 Dodge offers a great deaL ...... ..
you JII1r. -- w r pry
ucators of America:. . National .Teachers' I But pleese...donl think of it as a medi- c-cw. r...+ ew): Yrw_....kr.. .ale+w
Jr. SEE i1T11iTh4I'J3I4I1II Bra-price car.I a spite of tradition,M is not -to..""wa w 1a.krk. .-., CHRYSLER
Moore acmoa..oI
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Organization. .. t 1if.. ,, : ;,. .. :'. . .. *": SEE w ALU * Then are 24 models,in three series. a- lilt ... F... c.rtIW c. c.. tbM.la
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6 The Kissimmee Gazette Mssinuree. Florida, Thurs., Jan. 24,1963"MMmum

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-' GLENN Clerk of RAY said CircuitCourt I. Continued from page 1)wife Herman Carl Wick t

By /Marjorie R. Haye Sally. C.mk. le; 2IPIN'...'. *.; T.*Ui
SALE D.C. Having passed the Florida Busier 7e: Ear B.b. Ie; SlIMe
Phillip R. Kelley HERMAN CARL WICK 68, ITe; 8.k" lie' PIll.WB ,Se;
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer P.O.Box 331 '12 E. Monument Ave.) Bar Examinations held in August Shirts 11; F..t. it; Dresses
Mich. winter resident -
apartments with lake and shut-, SALE Kissimmee. Florida 1962 he was admitted to Detroit a 11.51; Raga He; Nyi.as He;
No Charge for using our Blue Attorney for Plaintiffs of St. Cloud for the past Haakles Ie; Paatlea 1st. Belle
fleboard. By week month or INCOME PROPERIY2 Furnished Units Jan 24. 1963 practice here in November, died Friday. He Ue: Caps lie; Spreads >".b1
Lustre Carpet Shampooer with seven years, Hair Neta 4e
Capitol Motel St. Cloud 1962. ; T-shirts **et
year. $6,900 IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY was a retired Govt. employeand Nearly ETrybdy Trade s t
purchase of Blue Lustre sham.
Hwy. 441.SERVICES. >i7JlL'i 3 JUDGE OSCEOLA COUNTY. In December, 1962, Governor World War I veteran. Bargain Bra. Cams t* Ie';
poo. Parks Furniture Co. Mills Wmrk.. .
FOR SALE OR RENT FLORIDA Bryant appointed him i I* Davesp.rt
NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN Judge of the Small Claims Surviving are son. Herman ItaMedUfely. F.lUw the algal
We have in this vicinity a spinet 3-81.,2 BATH RENTS $90 MONTH RE THE ESTATE OF ) Jr., Muskegon, Mich.; broth- BARGAIN BARN.
OFFERED HERMAN CARL WIC:{. ) Court in and for Osceola .Open Week Day Aid Sways
piano that must be picked,up. $11,500FOR I Deceased. ) County to fill the ers William, St. Cloud and Detroit -

It can be purchased by making To all Creditors. Legatees. Dis vacancy Carl, Detroit Fred
all Persons having caused by the resignation of
tributees, .and
small deposit and taking overpayment WELL. DRILLING: 2" to 30" Claims or Demands against said Judge Fred C. Snodgrass.He Henry Northville Mich. sister For Rent

of $18.50 per month. Home or .grove. Insured. All Estate: I Mrs. Cecil Gibson St. Office
You and each of you are hereby is a member of the or store space
Inquire Thompson Music Co., work guaranteed. Phone 847- RENT notified and required to presentany Michigan Bar Association (Inactive Cloud and Detroit, and four available.

29 Colonial Plaza Mall, Orlando 3313, Kissimmee, Fla. $70 Month, wonderful place for children modern 2 you. claims may have which against you. or the either estateof of ); The New York State I grandchildren.services held Rogers Kelley Building -
Phone Ga 54577. Funeral
CARL WICK deceased /
HERMAN : Bar Association and it's Trial 12 East Monument Ave.
MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED bedroom home near Lake Cecile. Terrazzo floors, built- late of Osceola County. Florida ic the chapel of Riedel Fun-
FOR SALE: Mahogany four poster WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo to the County Judge of said Lawyers and Insurance Sections oral Home Kissimmee at 2 Kissimmee Florida 1GREEN'S
bed with new inner springs in oven ,and range, refrigerator.FOR County at his office in the Court ; The Florida Bar Association ,
experience necessary, gram- House at Kissimmee. Florida within o.m. Tuesday with the Rev.
and American Bar As-
and mattress. 1617 Cecile St., mar school education usually SALEAttractive eight calendar months from the Henry Young, pastor of the
of this sociation. He has served
date of the first publication on
Gardens. FUEL
Orange Train home
sufficient. now at demand must Lutheran Church of Kissim I
claim or
Notice. Each
FOR SALE1955 Buick. New for jobs with Security. For de- Furnished Duplex. Near Town. Easy to Rent. be In' writing and must state the the National Panel of Arbitra 'mee, officiating. Intermentwas i

tails, send name, address, place of residence of the claim tors.He at later date. Riedel Sales and Service
tires and battery. Best cash $12,500FLORIDA and must be sworn to by the is President of Town a I-
phone no. to : National 'Training ant his agent or attorney or the Funeral Home in charge of
offer. After 4 340 Indiana,
p.m. same will become. void accordingto Meeting of St. Cloud and active
Service Box 931 Kissim
PHOW MM171 M7-417I -
Avenue. St. Cloud. law. in Civic and Veterans
mee, Fla. This the 22nd day of January, KISSIMMHFor
FOR SALE: Two bedroom home 1963.WILLIAM affairs.

with or without furniture. 1626 REALTYCOUNSELORS Administrator WICK of the I Miss Flame Contest Go Delivery: Phone

W. Catherine St. Orange Gar. LOST ANDFOUND' Estate ofHERMAN Harold WtgOl 847.2Q5
Former Resident
CARL WICK. To Be Held TonightThe R. A. Fletcher 8470539

dens. INC. Thackcr and deceased.Thacker Died At Union Park Miss Flame Contest, spore'sored 692-7695 Kenneth[St.ftledsoe OouoTFor )

FOR SALE: Apartment size gas Attorneys for Administrator by the Kissimmee Fire-
Call 847 2325. : Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida Edith M. Bryarly 88 of 10106 men's Auxiliary will be held tonight Cat Service:Phase
range. 2 Kissimmee 1963.
Broadway 847-4062
LOST: Family pet, light brown Jan. 24. 31. Feb. 7. 14. J. B. Rovntree
Massey Street, Union Park for- at 7 p.m. at the Tupper- Robert Allen
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. Manchester terrier, named Tag- 847-3156 847-3157 INTENTION 'TO .
1"0 TIC E OF mer longtime resident of Kissimxnee. ware auditorium. Emory Branson 847-4570
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John' along.] If seen please call 847- w.cooperate with all Registered Real Estate* Brokers MAKE APPLICATION TO THE Leo Girourd 847-2061
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS passed away suddenly late 116 girls, students at Osceola
AIr Conditioning and Heating 2216 after 5:15 p.m. Reward to OF OSCEOLA COUNTYTO Wednesday.A High School, will compete for the IL H. Hall 892-1212 St. Cloud

Headquarters. party responsible for return. i 1962.This the 26th. day; of December ward Fla.; 2-O286-0002.!I;, Pixie Hlw Robinson.,, '. Klstimmee.G. R.. VACATE OSCEOLA PORTION COUNTY OF PLATIN FLORIDA native of Michigan, she had coveted title. or coil H.847-4819 T. Simmons,Mgr.

OIL PHIL 'sCAROLYN REED KEMPFER 703 N. Bermuda. Kissimmee. Fla.: been a resident of Kissimmee for Judges will be from Eau Gallic,
Executrix of the Estate of 202860003. Taylor, Erwin W., 816 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Robert O'1< 36 before moving to Union Melbourne and Lake Alfred.
TV Kissimmee.
HEAT. WE GIVE WANTED"AVON George H. Kempfer. Deceased. Main Street. W. loMitvr 847-3442
OSCEOLA OIL 00. 1110 Murray W. Oventreet. Jr. Information concerning the trio Bronson and Flora B. Bran Park 4 years ago. Refreshments will be served John Evans St.Cloud 892.3482
his wife that they Intend to .
of the Property son .
: Attorney for ExecutrixP. amount or description
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. O. Box 492Kissimmee ; and the name and address of apply to the Board of County Com- Survivors include one daughter, following the judging. I
Florida. the holder may be obtained by missioners of of Osceola County, Mrs. Belle Miles, Union Park.
IS CALLING" In your January 3, 10 17 A 24. 1963 any persons possessing an interestin Florida on the 11th' day of Febru- Also 8 grandchildren and 30 SAUS SEftVICI
neighborhood through T. V. Be the property by addressing an ary. A.D. 1963. at 11:00 o'clock I I Radio and
NOTICE OF SUIT Inquiry to Ray E. Green, State A.M., while said Board is In session great-grandchildren.. .
,FOR RENTFOR the Avon representative in your IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. IN Comptroller as Administrator. Aban- after the publication of this Funeral services held at I ELECTRICAL APPLIANCESPADIt'C
neighborhood and turn spare AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, doned Property Division. Capitol. Notice in The Kissimmee Gazettefor were COWUtI ttOIII
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY. Tallahassee. Florida. Be sure to at least two weeks to have 10:30 a.m. Saturday from the V
time into money. Write P. O. No. 6422 mention account number name and said Board vacate the following T
RENT: 2 BR modern house. Box number 2005 Fort Pierce, THE ONONDAGA COUNTY ) address as published In this notice. portion of Plat of Delmos Park Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. FURNITURE.
Water frontage on Shingle SAVINGS, BANK a New ) Unless proof of ownership Is pre- Subdivision located in Osceola Mary Alice Merrell, Minister of A IVlXW
Fla. ntit stii.Si.O J
York ) sented to the holder by March 25. County; Florida. Including all ol the Penecostal Holiness Church
Creek. $35 month. Telephone corporattlon.Plaintiff.. ) 1963. the property will be deliveredto the named: and/or unnamed streetson
8474733. POSITIONNeed vs the Administrator. Thereafter.all said portion of plat of Delmos officiating. Casketbearers were
ATTRACTIVE WILLIE M. POWELL, et al., J further claims must be directedto Park Subdivision to-wit: Messrs. Dan Keen, Clyde Nelson,
at once intelligent woman Defendants. ) the Administrator.Ray All Of Blocks 1. 2. 3. 4. A NORRIS CLEANERS
FOR RENT: Furnished down ) E. GreenAs B. C. D. E. F, G and H of Del Walter Nelson, L. L. Pearman,
stairs apartment. GOO Hughe 25 to 50 must have good ,per. TO: AdministratorJan. mos Park Subdivision In Osceola W. E. Pound and Sam Tunnan.
sonality and appearance. Guar- WILLIE M. POWELL and ANNIE- 17. 24. 1963.NOTICE County Florida .recorded in Plat ---
Street. Inquire 203 S. Clyde BELL POWELL his wife Book 136, public recordsof Interment followed in Rose Hill
Ave. after 5 p.m 847-3013 Reas-1' anteed income with opportunities Residence: Unknownand i_ TO BIDDERS I seori& Florida ex Cemetery. Grissom Funeral Home KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
for advancement. Call Mr. the unknown spouse of any de- I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to cept Lots 10-14.( Inclusive. ol
onable rent 1 fendant whose marital status Is not all interested bidden that the' Block A above described. was in charge of arrangements.Osceola 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
''Meyer at 847-3125, between correctly stated If living, and If Board of County Commissioners of Dated this 19th day of Januarys i1
ROOM and bath, private en p.m. and 5 p.m. Thursday Jan. any of the above named defendantsare Osceola County. Florida will receive 1963- County; Florida, to theCounty _
dead tthe unknown' heirs, devisees sealed bids until 10:00 A.M., s/ IRLO BRONSON Judge of said county at his
trance. Board Optional. Phone 24th and 10:30: to 12 noon, Friday cr ntees. assignees, llenors. February 11. 1963. for gasoline. FLORA B. BRONSON ; kissim-

847-4011 ,:Jan. 25th. creditors trustees or other claimants motor oil diesel fuel and similar January 24. 31. 1963 mee.
claiming by, through. under Items for the use of the ,Osceola months from the date of the first
,WTTH CAIUto camregularly or against any of the above nameddefendants County Road Department. TN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S publication of this notice. 1 Eachclaim
RENTV'Lar8W31bedrooathouse WOMAN i
FOR who are deceased, Specifications and requirementsmay COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. or demand must be In writing
,unfurnished:tJJf'oudora each month on.establish. and all parties having1 or claiming be obtained from Glenn Ray. FLORIDA. and must state the plat of residence ROTHROCKi
Newtydecorated ed Studio Girl Cosmetics clientsin to have any right, title, or Interest Clerk of the Board of County Como IN RE: ESTATE OF of the claimantand -must be
Park K&slmmee; in the following described property mlssioners. at his office In the ROBERT W. FORD. Deceased. sworn to by the claimant his agent
extra good location. and around Kissimmee, In Osceola County, Florida to-wit: Courthouse In Kissimmee Florida. NOTICE TO CREDITORS or attorney; or the same will be-
Adults child. $60 month. making'necessary deliveries, Lot 3 of Columbia Circle, accord- Immediately following the time TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. come void according to law.
one ing to the Official Plat of said above shown the proposals received DISTRIBUTEES, AND ALL PER- This the 26th day ot December i TANK CO
Eddie demons, Tropical Park, etc. 3 or 4 hours per day. Route Subdivision on file in the office will be publicly opened and SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS 1962.
847-2380. will up to $5.00 per hour. of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof AGAINST SAID ESTATE: MURRAY W. OVERSTREET JR. I
'pay read.The
Osceola County. Florida In County reserves the right to YOU AND EACH OF YOU are Executor of the Estate of
Write STUDIO GIRL COSMJ7T.ICS Plat Book 1 Page 388; reject any; and all bids and to hereby notified and required to pre- Amelia S. Keck Deceased.
FOR RENT: Room .with or with- Dept. 75931 Glendale AND __ _u waive formalitle. sent any claims which you or January 3. 10. 17 & 24, 1963 I Culvert Tile for Driveways
out board. Home'privileges.. Heat Wave Wall Heater-33ouu: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS either of you may have againstthe .
Calif. BTU Gas OF OSCEOLA estate of Robert W. Ford deceased IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I I Tanks-a size for need.
511 Brack St. You and each of you are hereby; COUNTY. FLORIDA late of Osceola County, COURT, OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA. Septic every
notified that a suit to forclpse (SEAL) Florida, to the County Judge of I Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
Large housekeeping apartment. mortgage on the above described By s/ Harris G. Daniel said county at his office in the IN RE: ESTATE OF -
REAL ESTATE property has been filed against you ChairmanJan. Courthouse at Kissimmee. Florida TAMES ELMER DOUGHTY, I
All utilities with electric heat by The Onondaga County; Savings, 24. 31 1963NOTICE within six calendar months from Deceased
furnished for couple or 2 ladies. Bank a New York corporation in the date of the first publication of NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO I
the Circuit Court of Osceola County OF MORTGAGE this Notice. Each claim or demand ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEE*.; 15 Years Experience
$13 week single or $15 double. I LOTS $10 DOWN $7 month. $595 Florida In Chancery; and you FORECLOSURE SALE BY CLERK must be in writing and must state DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER-
Tel. 8474305. and Homes or trailer. are further notified and requiredto \78ISF HEREBY GIVEN pursuant the place of residence of the claIm- SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -I K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
. up. serve a copy of your Answer or Decree of Fore ant and must be Sworn to by the AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
trailers I TROPICAL PARK on Highway other pleadings to the Complaint closure dated January 19. 1963. claimant, his agent or attorney, or You and each of you are hereby I
FOR RENT: Lots for Kissimmee. said cause upon A- N. SPENCE. and entered in Chancery Case No. the same will become void accord- notified and required to presentany p
Rainbow Mobile Homes and 441 in North Attorney at Law, 295 SW 27th Avenue 6405 In the Circuit Court of the Ing to law. claims which you. or eitherof
Miami 3. Florida and file the Ninth Judicial Circuit in and for This the 3rd day; of January, 1963. you. may have against the es- I
Trailer Park. Michigan Ave., original In the office fl the Clerkof Osceola County. Florida whereinC. LOTTIE P. FORD tate of James Elmer Doughty; deceased Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
% mile off Vine St. past Bowl- LEGAL NOTICESIN the Circuit Court l in Osceola H. Lucas and Hartzel Lucas. his Executrix of the Estate of late of Osceola County; Florida
County Florida on or before the I wife. and W. O. Boyd and MaryE. Robert W. Ford, Deceased: to the County Judge of said I
ing Alley.A THE'CO U NT Y JUDGE'SCOURT 20 day of February; 1963; otherwise I Boyd. his wife are Plaintiffs.and Murray W Overstreet. Jr. County at his office In the Courthouse I
OSCEOLA COUNTY the allegations of said Complaint L. Hauge and Elizabeth Hauge. Attorney for ExecutrixP. at Kissimmee. Florida with-
beautiful 3 bedroom home with! FLORIDA. will be taken as confessed. I his wife and H. O'Coin and Martha O. Box 492 in six calendar months from the PHONE: 847-3524
$8,50: 'IN RE ESTATE OF GEORGEH. This notice will be publishedonce I O'Coin. his wife, are defendants. I Kissimmee. Florida date of the first publication of this i
built-in oven and range. KEMPFER. Deceased. a week for four consecutive will sell to the highest and best Jan. 10. 17. 24 &: 31. 1963 notice. Each claim or demand must
with small down payment. 847- NOTICE TO CREDITORS weeks In The Kissimmee Gazette... bidder for cash at the front door be In writing and must state the
TO ALL CREDITORS, LEGATEES j a newspaper published In Osceola of the Osceola County CourthouseIn IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S place of residence of the claimantand :
4876. I DISTRIBUTEES, AND ALL, PERSONS : County Florida. Kissimmee. Florida, at twelve COURTFLORIDAOSCELOA COUNTY. must be sworn to by the claimant -
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS -' DATED at Kissimmee. Osceola o'clock noon on the 6th day of Feb- his agent or attorney. or the I STEEL SALES
FOR RENT: Six room unfurnished AGAINST SAID ESTATE: County.; Florida this 9th day of ruary. A.D. 1963. the following described IN RE: ESTATE OF same will become void according
School Large not'h"e and each of you are hereby' January 1963. I property as set forth in said AMELIA S. KECK Deceased. to law.
house. Near '
and required to present any GLENN RAY Final Decree. to-wit: NOTICE TO CREDITORS This the 4th day of January, 1963.
yard. Screened porch. $SS claim which you. or either of you Clerk of the Circuit Court Lots Eleven (11). Twelve (12). TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES EVELYN L. BRUCKER I' ANY DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
month.'Children. 847-2050. may have against the estate of (Orcult Court Seal) Thirteen (13) and Fourteen (14). DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PERSONS Evelyn L. Brucker, Administra
George H. Kempfer. deceased. late by; : Lucas & Boyd Subdivision according HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS fix of the Estate ofMuJ.a'e.El Competitively Priced
of Osceola county; Florida, to the /Marjorie R. Haye to the plat thereof on I AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Doughty, deceased
FOR RENT: Apartments and County Judge of said county at his Deputy ClerkA. file In the office of the Clerk of You and each of ;you are hereby Overstreet. Jr. f
houses by week or month. Cot. office In the Courthouse Klsslm- N. Spence Circuit Court, Osceola County. notified and required to present any Attorney for Administratrix I
mee. Florida, within six calendar Attorney; for Plaintiff Florida and recorded in Plat claims which ;you. or either of you. P. O. Box 492 TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
ton's Apartments North Orange months from the date of the first 295 SW 27th Avenue Book 1. page 402. may have against the estate of Kissimmee Florida
Blossom Trail. demand this notice. Each Miami 35, Florida Dated this_ January 21. 1963. Amelia S. Keck, deceased late of Jan. 10 17, 24. 31. 1963. HORSI TtAlUKS AND UTILITY TXARIftS
claim or must be In writing Jan.. 17. 24. 31 Feb. 7. 1963 --
and must state the place of reel, BUILT AND REPAIRED
APARTMENTS FOR RENT: $3 dence of the claimant and must be; IN SHE COUNTY JUDGES
$ir. $12, per week. Mrs. Paul sworn to by claimant his agent or COURT, OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLORIDA. t. .!*. MeUe Whfaf SUf -AI w.r '-....d..LI
attorney, or the same will become I
Davis, 114 Emmett Street. I void accordlruLJo law.. .

IN RE: ESTATE OF I Old Orlando Hwy. near Lhret* k Market.

JOSEPH F. DWYER. Deceased. *t. 1, lox 25A UssJmmc*


I You and each of you are hereby
j notified and required to present any
claims which you or ref you. ;1 PHONE 847-3898
may have against the Joseph
.. F. Dwyer. deceased. late of -'. r,
Osceola County. Florida to the I
: County Judge of said county at his -
: : office In the Courthouse at Kissim-
r mee, Florida within six calendar cam j OSCEOLA TIRE
months from the date of the first Dream plans :'
publication of this notice. Each ; ;
claim or demand must be in writ- :' 1 SERVICEUtw
ing and must state the place of
Ju -Insurci c- resIdence of the claimant and must I : I

. agent be sworn or attorney to by the or the claimant same will his true HI these I. ,'i qI. : I i Custom Recapping

become void according to law. '
This the 15th day of January 223 S. BERMUDA
: 1963. ELECTRIC PHONE 847-2207
Mary S/ MARY E. Gonyo.E. GONYO Adminis- .y'' :

tratrix of the Estate of
Joseph F. Dwyer. deceased. I
Murray; W. Overstreet. Jr.
Attorney for Administratrix BUILTINKITCHENS
P. O. Box 492 : WISE-
'n.. Jest Kissimmee. Florida r
Jan. 24. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 1963 i .

Pursuant ABANDONED to Section PROPERTY 13 of Chapter !' 1 1 Extra Quality Bteek

717. Florida Statutes, entitled'Flo. I
rida Disposition of Unclaimed Prop G-E r'c At No Extra CeetWL
erty Act," notice is hereby given !
LUPFER'SInsurance that the persons listed below appear
to be the owners of unclaimed -
personal or Intangible property I
presumed abandoned. I 1494021w
0-0235-0006. Buck. Irvin Francis or Built-in RangesFURNITURE .
W.. Box. 32. St.
Buck. Clarence: :
Agency Cloud. Fla.; 2-0286-0001. Marsh. Ed- i Member of Osceola County BoiUers Aseociatlea

Call. . PARKS CO.

1918 1962 Packs Furniture Co. OSCEOLA CEMENT

12 .........y-ttar T. TIle Me 47-4121 For Prompt. Repair..Tow KISSIMMEE .ST. CLOUD PRODUCTS. INC.

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