Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00264
 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 31, 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: VID00264
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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f V 3 ... U- Entered as Second Class Matter Florida Kissimmee, Florida, Thursday January 31 (1963 Established, 1894 Price Ten Cents
i .. = = ...: Klssimroee. Osceola County. PI one 847-2SS1 _

J :: ::1' March To Rubinoff !

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Concert 1

Be Held TonightThe I ScheduledRubinoff i

Mother's March will be] The March of Dimes theme this and his Magic Violin |

held here Thursday, January year is "Give for the life of a appearing at the Tupperware ,

31th beginning at 7 p.m.. LutherL. child", chairman Harris said Auditorium Tuesday, Feb. 11, at''

Harris, Osceola County cam- "and we're asking residents of 8:15 p.m. for the benefit of the- rbi

i I paign director for the March of .Osceola County; to do just that"SALESMAN Lions Club Sight Conservation
RAMBLER DEALER HONORED-C. W. McLaughlin, cent Dimes announced yesterday.
ter Rambler dealer of Kissimmee, receives dealer citation All residents are asked to have I Fund will arouse nostalgic memories j r S
award to American Motors Corp. by the Florida Chiropractors II I for the thousands of music
Association at the FCA banquet Saturday night. Following their porch lights on so the volun- :lovers who heard him _in,concerts
18 months of comparative research of automobile teer solicitors will be able to [or over the radio. I t'LfT:

seating, Dr. Stanley B. Dakin, left, chiropractor of Orlando, : see who is willing to contribute. Playing his Stradavarius violin
demonstrated with X-ray documentation that Rambler seat- Harris said the response to. the /0 valued at 5100,000.00 Rubinoff t :
ing offered more posture control. Presenting the citation, March of Dimes appeal thus far i iI
has arranged his te
as part of a dealer campaign to promote posture consciousness t concert
has been excellent but he point- 1 I
is Dr. Milton VaHue, right, president of the asso- :1 please a wider variety of musical ,
ed out the success of the entire From the I ---
ciation. tastes. classical to ; ','
i campaign depends greatly on the .4'. "1
modern music Rubinoffs
playing 1i
Entrants i response to the Mother's March. will capture the interest even . -::: \\: > 2
SoughtFor Named to key positions were: 'Y
| ,
of those who are not devoteesof .: 1 ,
i Berlinsky Co-County Chairman the type of selection he is i
; Steve Miller Treasurer ,: ,
i presenting in a particular selec- -
Bill Hammond. Publicity Chairman | .J ':' ...- :- \

f County PageantMrs. ; : Tom Smith. Assistant publicity I tion.Renowned ,for his artistry ._ .. g. ',. .. :
: chairman; Bob Evans coin c M- ; .
collector chairman; Dr. James '.: -. "' .' *. RubinofTs showmanship prom- '-'.'.'\''' '.\. .'{ ,. .
Maureen Parker, chair- trained or potential, which may I t\ >- ,-; I ises an enjoyable evening in one : Yb""<\'i -. ., i
Mongoven. mailers and George '"' \
,, of his Central Florida : "
man of the Entries Committeefor include playing a musical instru- ..r.--r ,""; rare appearances (1t,1
Reynolds, school chairman. ." ..f""i : it "
,'_, .. I which well be ..
the Miss Osceola > ,
County: Pag- ment, dramatics, dress designing \- f '? _:;. may
eant, to be held here February14th or any of the fine arts. If Moon To Honor New I his last before retirement. MISS FLAME-Miss Sandra Adams, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Don Adams,

in the Tupperware Auditorium she wishes to pursue a profes-j ; : I Although a great performer, was selected Miss Flame over 114 lovely contestants Thursday night. The con-
said yesterday that her sional career such as nursing i 1 Members Saturday j < Rubinoff has been very generousin test was sponsored by the Kissimmee Firemen's Auxiliary. She is shown receiving

group are at this time searchingfor she may present a threeminutetalk i OF THE YEAR making his great talent available her Miss Flame ribbon from Mrs. Arlo Lawrence, auxiliary president. (Photo

a number of local beauties to on her reasons for selectingsuch The Loyal Order of Moose Malvin Samuel, genial to the school-age childrenin by Hamrick)

participate in the pageant. a career or her training to will honor new members and postal clerk, was named two special shows earlier in

Mrs. Parker points out that a date, and her aims in that pro- candidates and their guestsat Salesman of the Year at the 'the day. In addition he has kindly -
a buffet dinner and dance Koffee Klub meeting Wed- consented to on the
number of contestants have already fession. appear
Saturday night at 7:30.: All other
nesday morning. Cerebral Palsey Telathon.In .
been selected but that Winner of the Miss Osceola
Music for dancing will be of the Month
there are still a few days left County Pageant will qualify for Salespersons addition to the great cultural
I I; furnished by the Hilburger honored at this meet-
to obtain an entry blank. participation in the Miss Florida were opportunity afforded this area
{ quartet with Mrs. Alice Hilj
ing as was Mickey Teems,
i of the concert will
Mrs._ Parker has requested Contest. The girl crowned Miss
burger at the new organ donated named
was January
thai*every Osceola County resi- Florida will receive a 51.000 j] to the lodge by some worksat benefit the Lions sight saving
Salesperson. Mickey t
dent, ':.who knows a personableand scholarship and compete for the t{, of the members. Dellwood 66 and is noted program and their aid to the iI

talented young lady to sug- Miss America 1963 crown and j The lodge is located at 1116 for his warm and friendly blind.
gest her to the Committee as a the $10,000 first prize scholar- I' 10th Street at St. Cloud. The many fans of Rubinoff
possible contestant in the local t have expressed their appreciation -

Pageant. ship.An entry blank may be obtained of the opportunity of hear-

r To be eligible for the Miss at the Kissimmee Chamber of "Angel Street" Cast ing and meeting this celebrated I

Osceola County Pageant a con- Commerce or for further in- performer whom they have en- .

testant must be between the ages formation phone 8473174. Tickets joyed for years over the radioas

of 18 and 28 by: Sept. 1st, 1963. may be obtained in the area Rubinoff and his Magic Violin. r'L Ir

She must possess talent, either shortly. Into Rehearsala : :
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Elks Celebrated10th
The cast of "Angel Street" modern invention. In fact the

Legislation To Be about to go into rehearsal for pro movie version of the play was AnniversaryOn

duction by the Footlight Theatre called "Gas Light", because the
Guild in Kissimmee on Friday vageries of that form of illumina- Friday evening January

and Saturday March 22 and 23, tion play an important part in 25th. Kissimmee Elks Lodge No.
Topic of Discussion is first being indoctrinated in the the development of the plot. In 1873 celebrated the tenth year of I
its existence with a gala anni-
characteristics of life in Englandin the eighteen eighties the rigid :

\ Senator Irlo Bronson and Representative I the court chambers of the court the early eighteen eighties, caste system was at its heightin versary After banquet the dinner at the, which dub. was

J. J. Griffin Jr. have house in Kissimmee and the public the time era of the action of England. Servants were little attended by more than one hund- / .
than vassals and a wife :
is invited.the the drama. more
set February 15th at 10 a.m. as red fifty members and their : .
date fur hearing-ciUzens:aix This was not long after CharlesDickens had no legal or economic rights. .
Bodo Kirch-
Exalted Ruler
1 f 'wrote "OliverTwist''; It was still, very much,, tnan'. wives. +
commissions of. The toonty with The county commissionervcitv hoir.extended-a' CpKliaLKsJcome s
world and the
regard to local legislation too be of Kissimmee and city of "St.;: and hisbther' world famous '. .
tc all With Past Exalted --X
present. ,,,,
very conventional .
in his"a .
considered In the 1963 Session' of Cloud commissioners and the novels.. Anyone at all familiar was set Ruler Jim Flanagan acting as < v""
the Legislature. school board have all been. notified -1 with these works knows that but somewhat hypocritical ways.It Master of Ceremonies, the speakers MISS FLAME FINALISTS-The five constestants named finalists In the first
The will be held in of this meeting.Outstanding there is little similarity between was the day of hansom cabs annual Mist Flame Contest held Thursday night at Tupperware Auditorium were,
meeting State
conditions in England then and and victories of puffed sleeves of ,the evening were left to right, Carol Wysong, fifth, Linda Williams, fourth, Kay Dunlap, third Sue
what in America or. flounced skirts and opera capes. Senator Irlo Bronson and Past Clements, second and Sandra Adams, first. In the background Is Mrs., Sam

Speakers- i even in prevails England today. Inciden-i Men smoked fine Havana cigars President of the.Florida State Lupfer III, announcer for the program. (Photo by Hamrick) ----- ..-
Association Charles Peck-
Dickens was a great fan of and "good women", of course Elks
I I the theatre particularly amateur smoked nothing but herring.It din of Fort recognition Pierce. was' given. 204 Head Roads and Highways

Scheduled February 11 theatricals although he found little is the feeling of directors to Special the charter members of the
time to try out as a play- Barry Mount and Kirk Anders I
chilewren and also to the past and Sold AtMarket
A lor
The Kissimmee Council of nursery pre-school 1 write. that the members of the cast lodge _
will be available at the officers of the Ladies
Church Women has completed In England at the time of will better portray their roles by present Committee to MeetThe
Church for the Other dignitaries par-
arrangements to bring two out- First Baptist "Angel Street" gas lighting was steeping themselves in life as it Auxiliary.
standing speakers to Kissimmeeon morning program and continuing was lived in the bucolic seem- ticipating included visiting Elks Roads and Highways Committee -i designation

Monday, February 11th. These through luncheon if needed. All Dick Veleta ResignsAs ingly changeles. world when Brittania -_ and their ladies from Orlando. At the Kissimmee Livestock of the Kissimmee Cham- I Also on the agenda will be a

ale faculty members of the Florida meetings and luncheon are opento still ruled the world and Winter Park DeLand and Cocoa. Market Wednesday, 204 cattle ber of Commerce were scheduledto request of the civic committeeof

Chain of Missionary Assemblies the public. Golf Pro Here kept the peace. and calves were sold comparedto meet yesterday afternoon to the chamber to consider re
which present annually a This Assembly program runs consider request of the Osceola naming Main Street to Broadwayand
Earl Hartzell 300 week
of the Ernest a ago.
Dick Veleta, golf pro
from one to four days in the various
group of twenty-five outstanding Osceola Golf and Country Dr. Gainer Compared to last Wednesday County Board of County Commissioners the construction of a divider
church leaders in more than cities. From year to year Died on TuesdayEarl heifers and for written recommendations strip on the Main Street sectionof
Club, has accepted a position slaughter steers
twenty Florida cities I their more speakers can be heard if with the Bay Hills Club and Ernest Hartzell, 80, bulls too few either or both weeks for the 196J-64 road budgetto the proposed Broadway and reduction

schools and civic clubs and also :desired. The program has proved both will terminate his job here Speaks To resident of Kissimmee for the for comparison, cows and calves be presented to the comission- of the speed limit northof
worthwhile and attractive to
spend several days on the camp- home people and to the winter today, ,according to Riley past nineteen years, died at about steady, stocker steer and ers February 11th. the city limits to 35 miles per
uses of five of the Florida Miles club president. his home at 309 Brack Street heifer offering practically void They were also to consider a hour.
colleges.The isitors. Many requests come of an- Veleta has been with the Rotary Mondayviruses Tuesday morning.He cows poorly tested and calves petition of local merchants .for a The workings of the state primary .
number states
two speakers to be heard nually from a local club about two years. a was a retired Railway steady. Slaughter cattle made up re-designation of Loughman to and secondary road bud-
in Kissimmee are Miss Alice asking how such an interdenominational Miles said the position was in animals frequentlya are Postal clerk a member of the 58 percent of the run which was Cocoa route to one State Road gets were also to be explained
be wide that
will Mon- program can pro- field so
Shaeffer who speak on
day morning at 10:45 in the yitst'United cured.church This is distinctively Persons a Florida now pects open were and being several considered.pros Diagnostic routine test Laboratory at the State leadsto Reformed ville, Ohio,Church and the at Railway Green comprised Utility slaughter of two-thirds heifers calves.18.00 City Sets Vote On
Following program.
Presbyterian Church. The directors were to meet Postal Club at Clermont.He .
her address there will bea brought by the Assemblies include a new path of research. wife S20.50. I
last night to discuss these is survived by his ,
outstanding missionaries, Dr. Joseph H. Gainer, vir- Few utility cows 516.75-519.00,
round table luncheon in the Mrs. Roberta Collins Hartzellof
same church educational buildingat educators, Bible teachers and prospects. ologist at the laboratory work, de- Kissimmee; one son, H. cutter 140016.00 canner $12.00- Civil Service PlanIt
of the $14.50.
which time }guests may meet other distinguished. Christian scribed some Weikart Hartzell, Jackson
leaders.A TEMPERATURES. there to his fellow Kissimmee Good calves S24.00-S26.00. stand- was decided at the meetingof vehicles owned by the city.
I Miss Shaeffer and ask questions H L R their Monday Michigan; a daughter, Mrs. ) Tues- Following a series of
Rotarians at ard S21.50-S24.00. utility 19.00- commission last meetings
will be availableto the city
book i
work and experiencesin room Wert
her Tanner Van ,
Tues. 1.22 _. ___ 80 36 00 Myrdith
He said great (the commissioners; riecidea to Increase
This will offer noon meeting. $21.50. to put before the vote -
the far east. Tickets for this thq public. up Wed 1.23 ._..._._._ 71 43 .20 in virology Ohio; a brother Ward Hart- day night
made the
have been liability on but
( ballot some
strides Few good vealers 529.00-53130, the
with the referendum on
to date material dealing ers a
luncheon may be procured from Thur. 1.24 _._ _. 70 42 .36 10 zell of Greenville Ohio, four
in the last years to coHMon
including the standard 25002800. next March as to whether the carry on a
the Women's organization of any subjects presented Frio 1.25. : 65 40 .00 foundations grandchildren and one great
church.On approved study books of the 10 50 .67 spurred by help from grandchild. .. Common feeder-stocker cows fire and police departments limited number of vehicles.

Monday evening Dr. year which are used by many of i Sat.Sun.1.26 1-27 75 55 .00 (polio in particular) and hasa I I Funeral services in charge S14.50-S17.50. one medium $18.75. should be placed under civil ser They also voted to bu/ two

George W. Sadler will speak at the Church women's organiza Mon 1.28 11 34 .00 that the Laboratory National now In- of Riedel Funeral Home will inferior $12.00$14.50.Medium vice. safety devices tor .the water

the, ,F i r s t Methodist Church. tions. grant from the This is for! be announced later. and few good 250-500 It has been suggested that this tank ladder on Oak Street and
stitutes of Health. I the ladder the beacon
lb. calves $20.50-524.50. common would have a.tendency to improve on airport
studying on anemia of horses Joshua StevensChapter 518.00-521.00, medium $100-250 lb. the guilty of police work at a cost of JW8.MJ after
and is assumed to total some being advised J by the state industrial
$23.00-$25.50. common 19.00 by taking it out of politics. -
$88.000 in 3 years. To Meet $23.00. The commission also established comnifcsfcm that the city
Two and a half years ago
some pigs were brought to the Joshua Stevens Chapter, DAR., ScheduledElectricity a policy on insuring motor.must install the devices.

;,r4t laboratory, Dr. Gainer related. will meet Thursday February Shutoff
Study showed they had 7th, at 1:30 at the SL Cloud Ho- to all consumers:

t > "something new in pigs in tel. except the hospitals and the police "

ii North America, an encephalo- Cot Joseph Watson will be the station and fire department

F . : myocarditis virus" and in guest speaker. His topic will be will be shut off Sunday morning < .
one Georgia institution for "Our National Defense; Its from approximately 12:30 to 430;

the insane, 20 per cent of patients Strength and its Weakness". pm.. -m_.
were found to have en- i

countered this virus.

Horses and cattle providethe HOUSEHOLDER'S
bulk of the work which

has grown until "in 4% yearswe

are now on about our CLASSIFIED MONTH! v:

x 13,000th case".
And Dr. Gainer added that _

figure might be multiplied but During the month of February we will run '
for the fact that cases are re-
ceived only through veterinaries special non-commercial classified ads for the

4 Tt thus screening out those low, low price of 45c for 15 words and 3c for
that "don't need to come all
each additional word. For example;
the way to us"
Up in the snowbound North,

s sF there's one Minnesota town PS.yM.I......I......=.-l.N,4./,4.k..
that puts Florida to shame for c.._..26............. -
good health. Frederick H. HONORED BY ELKS-Members of the press and radio

Buck, Kissimmee winter visitor were honored by the Kissimmee Elks Lodge at a steak

from Shakopee, told Rotarians For only 45c. Get ready for Spring cleaningby dinner Thursday -night, as part of the Lodge's 10th annlyersary
that his home Rotary celebration They are, left to right, seated, Mrs.
moving unneeded merchandise through the Gilbert Mtars, Mrs. Lao Schu-
Club has had a perfect attendance Bruce Druliner, Mrs.
record for 2% years, Gazette's classified ad section . Remember, maker, Mrs. Bob Bobroff, Sue Francis Mrs. Walter

"" ;KW CATTLEMEN'S HEADQUARTERS -Picture above is the new so 080 headquarters partly because "they've had February Is bargain month. Take advantageof Scheibelhut. Standing, left to right, Walter Scliefeemvt" ,
for the Florida Cattlemen's Association which .located on North Bermuda Avenue wfcfah no sickness In that time." Druliner, Mears Bob Slough, Bodo Kfrehtieff, exalted

was recently completed by Graves Construction Company of Kissimmee and .Is BOW occupied Shakopee is on the Minnesota It today. ruler, Schumaker, Bobroff, Rodney Walker, Mr. and

by the asocUttoa.Photo by Hamrick) River near Minneapolis Mrs. Bob Eby. (Photo by Hamrick)


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-2 .The... Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee Florida. Thurs., Jan. 31.19g Lynne JewelL. Best wishes to each Waiter Reed Hospital rst Card Party To Aid Baptist Church To .
of'you. Tom Price has returned froma r \
Mrs. Lucian M. Stra-wn of Morgantown two weeks tour of Southe March Of DimesA Show Film Tuesday =,..
West Virginia is visiting 'Europe and the Holy Lands. He ,
her sister Jo MaMnson while reported an interesting trip bu ,"". card party to benefit the The Baptist Church wtt shew a .
her husband, Dr. Strawn, attends uncomfortable weather in several March of Dimes will be spon- film Tuesday night which
the doctors" convention at Miami places. sored by the Kissimmee Woman's be of interest to all pants It. .
tltlltfLltJlllJ' will be shown at 7:30. : ;
Seven of the Makinson siste Ruby Simmons, her sister, Sarah Club in their club house on Oak 4's t
a Entitled me Frustrating
had dinner together in Winter Jones and mother, Mrs. Jack Street today at 10 a.m. :
and S's", it J
Fascinating: prondMSan
1 Park. Fletcher, spent Friday at DeLand Coffee and doughnuts will be
evening of educational and Interesting .. ,
Ruth Griffin has returned tc visiting Mrs. E. F. Fender. served. Donation will be 50c. '
L, : 1 By BETTY t EBY i her home after undergoing surgery I A family get together was held Mrs. Riley Miles is chairman of viewing. __ t
y'z.:; last week at the Orange I at the Henry Simons home Sunday the party planners.The .
A Memorial HospitaL I when members of the family public is imited. Call Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kent DOfond announce .
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Don't forget the Mother's March from Lake Hamilton, Haines City .4 Miles 847-2215. or Mrs. White. the birth of a daughter t
tonight. Your porch light will in- Orlando, Winter Garden and Winter 47-3376, to reserve a table. Christina Marie Saturday Jan- ..,
Birthday congratulations this Paul Love, Sandra Reed, Haynes vite the canvassers to call foi Park gathered for a cookout. uary 19th :Mrs DeMond is the
week to Marie Rao, Velma Rey Arnold. Ralph Yates, Jeffrey former Janice Samuel. ;
contribution. Those present besides the Henry IN KISSIMMEE
nolds, E. F. Norris, Florence Broyles, Cecil Norris, Cecil Syl your Newly arrived in Kissimmee is Simmons were Mr. and Mrs. H. ..,,:..;..-i' ;-'.. -.
vester, Fred Usher Pat Gay, :
Harriett, Barbara Hansell. Car -4
the family of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Jones and children Kenny
ence Lewis Thacker, J. J. Anderson Dale Logsdon, Betty Blain, Mrs. P. Hankins formerly of Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner -<.
Fanny Anderson Gary Kel Jim Griffin, Heidi Riggs, Raymond Eustis. He is general sales man- and Randy, Air. and 'Mrs. Frank ". to.
ley, David Treat, Isabelle Tyson, Bali Willis Smith. Fred ager of the Chilled Juice Divisionof Schmidt and Mike Mr. and Mrs. : v. ; Riflill BIG CAPACITY
Gladys Campbell Sarah Gamer Brussow G e n e 11 Standridge,
Osceola Fruit Distributors. In-i Robert Crowell and children Mr. .
cluded in the Hankins family is and Mrs. Dick Simmons and chil- "t ;:

a daughter Anne, presently residing -dren, Mr. and Mrs. Don Downes : : Ivuvv 427 LAS.
WORK.SAVING STARCH T in Miami; two sons, Bill and children Mr. and Mrs. Dick
r TlM Jr. and Mike, a daughter Roberta Fletcher and children and Mrs. -
XSSpetal and a younger son George.All Jack Fletcher. ,.
have entered the local school] Mary Scarff has returned to
GIVES YOUR IRONOlOf.IIO system. Bill Jr. was a varsity her home after spending several ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. and Mrs. W. Paul ." IN SAME
football player for Eustis High days in the hospital.Mr. Riggs announced the engagement of their niece, Betty I SPACE AS A
: School while Mike is well knownin and Mrs. Edwin White-wolf Jane Harper, to David Wayne Maguffey, son of Mr. and ? ,\

POWER tl: Central Florida swim circles, were called to Oklahoma this Mrs. W. D. Maguffey. The wedding will be an event. of . J f. t K.H REFRIGERATOfModel I Iv
holding several AAU records within week by the death of his mother.Mr. February 22nd.
his and Mrs. > : G TOTAL .
<( : particular age group. G. A. Winch ar-
General Flower Show Chair-
inrrtlMt.li dr nQs stktt Irtohprmnts -
,....iat-.1k.. |vmtnts scorcfc-rtsiiUnL* The family will make their residence -I rived this week from Westfield, man, and is asking for both Thrift Club PlansBusySchedule CONTACT 3 .
at 510 Brack Street. New York to spend two or three dried and fresh arrangements.Mrs. FREEZING ..-, .
Bill Gephart flew to Coshocton. months at their home iIi Cypress from solid
Starch new life new brightness Cora Gaylord is Presi- t =.
E Z Ohio last week' to attend the funeral dent of the local club. The Thrift Club met Tuesdayat ., shelves9POSITION dI
into, clothes withHOOD l.>< of his father Russell Gep- Shores.Garden An invitation has been sent the livestock pavilion with 26 -=
StarchV'W hart, who passed away last to all Garden Club membersof members and eight guests pre- I TEMPERA -::: x
.ewe.w.w.no Wednesday.. District 7 to enter in the TURE CON. :::' -:
[' ] EZSTARCH Mr. and Mrs. Mclsaac have as Artistic and Horticultural sections sent.During the business session TROLfremO ..- .

guests this week his brother, O. Club NewsTwo of the Orlando Show. Lucy Hamlin, president, appointed to 10-below =.
*' F. Mclsaac and wife of Bay City The dates are Feb. 25 through Mary Bennett chairman of l- ADJUST. =. :
Michigan, and a sister, Mrs. E. March 2, at the Municipal ": (;.
1 events in February are 4-H, and Lida Ketchum, recreation -' ABLE DOOR
D. Ackley of Lansing, Michigan. of interest to the local club. Auditorium in Orlando. For chairman. a SHELVES w I;
They are making a tour of Florida The Flower Show to be held the artistic entries contact After discussion the club votedto CA222 for cleaning = I
this being their first visit to in connection with the Rodeo Mrs. Frank Merville, 805 Nottingham sponsor an entertainment for: = ECENERALELECTR1C E

*CHECK WITH geore! swan VVVCHECK WITH the Sunshine State. and Stock Show of Feb. 22, ; Ave., Orlando, for the Kissimmee All States Tour-,
Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Mclsaac
horticultural entries contact
23 and 24 in Kissimmee. Also ist Club March 19th. Louise Hud-
had as dinner guests at the Trop- the Central Florida Fair Mrs. Thomas Peacock, 1044 I
named chairman of this I ;
i george stuart's; O ical Hotel Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Show, sponsored by the Or- Santa Anita, in Orlando. son was !:
R. C. Duffy, Mr. and Mrs. Walter lando Garden Club in Or- The rummage sale the Glor- project. I
Trimmer Mrs. E. D. Ackley, lando. iosa Circle planned for last It was announced that the club I
= WAREHOUSECLEARANCE CC Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mclsaac. The show in connection with week end was rained out. The will hold a workshop, on uphol- FOOD FREEZER 5/! ;/
The occasion marked the birth- the Rodeo is sponsored by the Circle plans to hold it at a stering in March.
iE SALE day of Martin McIsaac. Kissimmee General Garden later date, information will be County Achievement Day will
Lib Dillard and Sally Edwardsleft Club. Each circle will partici- given when it is available.All be held May 1.
: this week by plane for Wash- pate by entering arrange-- garden club and circle Miss Marilyn Dietrich, home $ U95 I I
... ington, D.C. where Lib's daughter -, ments and members will serve horticulture chairmen of Dis- demonstration agent, gave an interesting -
t tt Anne Harrison will undergo hostesses during the show. trict 7 are reminded to com- talk on Florida citrus WITH \
20 50 major surgery next week at the las Robert Metzger is the plete notes of flowering treesin favorite recipes, and served ONLY TRADE
rn their areas and send themto samples. I
1 n Mrs. W. F. Jefferis, 821 E. Refreshments were served by -
n% PRESTIGE Marks St., Orlando. Deadlinefor Mmes. Hamlin Ketchum, Caroline By my mea uie... .: _,w F
Desks Chairs Files Machines sending material is Feb. and Smith. ,
Eiegel I
; I
HOMES i ill \ 0"\\\\\\1 I.
5I Supplies = 15th.Dick The sewing class will meet .. I
iisti JAN. 31sfq BUILT Pope of Cypress Gar- with Mrs. Hamlin January 31st I; .or.....
A I dens sent a list of freeze at 10 a.m. All members are invited N
: r.. FOR YOU proof plants for Florida to the to attend. Drinks will be a.Y
4 B Stuart local club. The club feels this furnished. ":
By . Parks Furniture Go :
-- should be shared, so the following ; \
is a partial list of these Mr. and Mrs. James McLeocl! :
L. plants. More will follow in Isles the I
aC George ReynoldsFor of Kissimmee announce I
other columns. African Box-
birth of a daughter Diane Denise i
KISSIMMEE 847.4171 ST. CLOUD 892.2011 ,
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Elementary School l News KENANSVILLEBy LirriasMcKENZll 2. 2- ,. Pks. $1. q T

Betty Bass Prate. FreseiBeans GREEN JVi( Fell 'Ma4a)

By Peggy Bradbury Mr and Mrs Grady Norton 2.' 1't-lb..Pkgs. 51.

Emma Yowell building. Sharing became parents of a girl born. _
Principal Louis Fouerstein an- McKINZII Frail Frese< BLACKEYEO (4 Fan 'M.a)
honors for the semester are January 20 at Orlando. Mrs. $AYE OH SAVE WITH
,nounced the Honor Roll for,Martha Fletcher Sheila McCall Norton is the former Miss LOW LOW TOP VALUE Peas 2 2-Lb. Pkgs. 51.
and Connie Irving. Their names Phyllis Harvey, daughter of .
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Roll since the beginning of this Maternal greatgrandparentsof
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The following students' scholastic Irvin Harvey also of Kenans- KERMAL
earned them a placeon ville. Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good thru Feb. 2
average the Honor Roll for this last Luke Stevens who has beenon .,.,,-teat O OD STORE S

Mike grading Owenby period: Deborah Connie Irving Davis was the hospitalized sick list for a some few time days, No Other Beef Could BeSco" A delicious change of pace.

Scarlett Hudson Mark Lidik Susan -last week.A Finest quality USDA Choice
birthday party for Ricky Lamb. Choose from our complete
Y $ Rooney Randy Harvey, Angela Baisden postponed last week selection at the lowest
( Parker, Joe Johnston. John price on top quality fresh American
held January 25. Guests
Sheila Mc was Grown Lamb. Close trimmed
Connie Autrey
: who came to help him cele- NATU ALLY TENDE of fat and bone
Sm rteit.lnne\ton or dinner rendeV0M *- Call and Martha Fletcher.The excess
4 i.r Central Florida Dcligl' children of brate were: Jack, Peggy Jo, before weighing to assure you
fourth grade
your fmHy . Jumor your gneitt have been and Josephine Morgan; Patti of getting more lean tasty lamb
. by bringing duet to tkil truly Miss Mary Ruth Watts sand Amy Newby; Jack and for your money.
nnlqnt dining room.ELEVENTH. studying Holland. They made Linda Stevens; Timmy Bass;
...... O..e... aBanla1 1ocL. booklets and saw filmstrips of Fred Ayers; Victor, Carl, Nothing short of aging brings you the tenderness
Holland. Also they wrote
C. - modern and enjoyed Franklin and Kathy Griffis; and rich, meaty goodness of top quality beef. W-D ..
Holland Michigan Frankie Wilson; Jeannie, Joey Brand Beef is naturally tender. No artificial ten- .
!i learning about the wooden shoe and Randy Matz; Donna Wilson .
'a. .derizers needed. I If insist
are you on top quality
..., factory there. One child broughta ; Denita Heaberlin and 0
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beef tender with true beef flavor
c..ds o.we. pair of wooden shoes (the real Dianne Baisden. anturally you'lllove p
I the shoes is <'kompen. W-D Brand Beef from Winn-Dixie. you find .
name Guests at the Claud Bass '
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that W-D Brand Beef is not
learneda everything we it n
) The boys and girls home over the past few days say i
SEASON song about Holland and made include her mother Mrs. Elizabeth h your money will be cheerfully refunded.
It* FuomoAat up a dance to go with the song. j' Combs Owasso, Okla- FULL CUT ROUND u. S.. CHOICE Whol. 01' Half
Lavon Walker and Debbie Dett- homa; Mr. and Mrs. O. A. "
LAKE WALES mer in Mrs. Mary Dyels fourth Sheline and Debbie Blevins 691-
grade have joined the Guardiansof Tulsa Oklahoma; Mr. and Leg-o-Lamb LB
FEE* ID THRLi;$VR. 21 the Eagle Club. This organization -Mrs. J, W. Combs Wildwood Steaks 88.
sponsored by the Audubon Fla. and Ellsworth Combs, St. LB. u. s. CHOICE . Lamb Shoulder
Society is designed to protectthe Augustine, Fla.
SEATING 35pp bald eagle which breeds onlyin Mr.. and Mrs. Lucien Allen, RO 491Steaks
Florida and Alaska. Wesley and Jessie have or T-BONE a s
The entire school body had a moved to Kenansville from .,
thrill Monday afternoon watchingthe Ohio. S. CHOICE Lamb Shoulder
1 ei skill and dexterity of two Happy birthday to Laquita 98
VTitHCast trampoline artists. The show was Strickland! LB Chops l6. 59i
held at the football field. Threeof Dianne Baisden has chickenpox. -

our students Freddie Stine- CHUCK u. S. CHOICE Lomb Rib
baugh, Danny Bass and tiny Lee
Ann Tyner, mounted the trampoline gent request to mark your child's
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trampoline can u. s: CHOICE . Lamb loin
articles that could be
lessons. This is returned -
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you having to buy a new -
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MANCCS EACH Children have already begun jacket or sweater . . please u. S. CHOICE . Ground
TUCSDAT. THUftSbAY. AT7:3Cf write the child's name on his LIS.
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: Gaze: Ki immee. Florida Thurs Jan. 3l. 1963f Thomas Lee Albert

Livestock Show Florida Aero Club Succumbed WednesdayThomas Claimed by DeathAlbert Elks To Honor Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. Damon announce Ratterreeof the I I: of Mr.Parkersburg and Mrs., Larry West Luzadder Virginias

To Stage FlyinThe birth of a 6 lb. 6 oz. daughter. I announce the birth of m. son David -
Lee Driggers 76, of Lorenza Jacobs, 74.
Grows In Kissim- winter resident from Chats- Melissa Ann, Tuesday. January Aaron Wednesday, January
Scope.The Kissimmee Motor Court
Osceola Chapter of the Past LeadersOn 22. Mrs. Ratterree is the formerMary 'tord. Young David is the great
mee passed away in an Orlando worth died Sunday Elaine Lasseter.
I grandson of the late Mrs. Frank
Kissimmee Valley Live-. Florida Aero Club will stage a, Hospital Wednesday afternoon. night. He was a retired sheet

stock Show, Osceola's "County fly-in in conjunction with the: Born May 13, 1886 in Bradford .metal worker, a member of the Tuesoas evening, February maae this possible included Wit- Welfare Officer I Metzger.
Fair" to be held February 20-24 Silver Spurs Rodeo February County the son of Rufus Dick- Catholic Church and All States 5th Kissimmee Elks Lodge No ney Abell, Luella Babcock Roma I KAST Club Plans

1963, has grown in scope and service 22-24. erson Driggers and Mary Virginia Tourist Club of Kissimmee. 1873 will pay special tribute to Bronson Cecil Carter, J. C. demons Suggests RevampingThe I
and has received a numberof Approximately 4,000 flyers in Sessions Driggers he had beena Rosary service was held by the lodge lea:ers of forme John D. Davis Phil Di- County welfare officer i Annual Hobby Show

awards in competition with Florida and airport operators in resident of the Kissimmee area Father Woodyard Pastor of the years when the past exalted Virgilio John D. Dollar Joe has suggested that the systemof ; The committee for the
larger fairs in the same class. Georgia, Alabama and Florida over 50 years. Holy Reedeemer Catholic Church rulers will take over the chairs Eggerling Julia Gaines, Harry welfare aid be investigated and Hobby Show of the Kis annual

The Livestock Show which have been advised of the meet. He was a retired carpenterand in the chapel of the Riedel Fun- from the regular lodge officers. Kennedy, Louise Kummer, Henry ; possibly revamped due to rising simmee All States Tourist

started 19 years ago in a tent was a Baptist. eral Home, at 7:30 p.m. Monday.He These. past leaders include Ed Langston Byron McLaughlin : costs. Club is now at work planningthe

has grown to be recognized as Wesleyan Guild To Survivors include his wife, is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ford, Al Kerr Paul Smith, Jim Calvin McMillen Jr., Glenn Matson Under discussion was the cost show which will be held

the finest stock show in Central Ruthie Jeanette Driggers. Four: Margaret Jacobs son Mr. Eldon Flanagan John D. Davis ana Douglas Nimke, Houston .'I of nursing home doctors fees February 13th at the community
Florida. Made possible by a Meet Monday NightThe sons, Malcolm Driggers RufusE. Jacobs, Streator Illinois daughter Jack Carroll. Partin Irene Reitz, Darrell Rog 'I. medicines and grocery orders. house
small group of devoted airectors' Driggers Leon A. Driggersand Mrs. Dalton Christensen The business session is expected ers. Neil Romak. Harry Rooney,

representing cattle, agricultural Wesleyan Service Guild of Walter E. Driggers all Or- D wig h t, Illinois, and Mrs. be short and a cold sandwich ::!- Muriel Rooney, Bobby Smith

and service groups and backed the First Methodist Church will lando. 0 n e brother, Marvin George Anthony Perorida, Illinois buffet will be served after Lillian Smith. Shirley Smith Wal- THEKISSIMMEE
by the businessmen of Osceola meet Driggers Kissimmee. Six sisters nine grandchildren and two the meeting. All lodge membersare lace Smith Jr., W. B. Stephens
Monday night at the home GAZETTE
County the show has grown in Miss Katherine Allen, 1621 W. Mrs. Beulah Bronson Mrs. Daisy great grandchildren. The body cordially invited to attend, Paul Sullivan Robert Thurber, ORIp
size and service. Catherine Street. Ray Mrs. Eva Vining and Mrs. was forwarded to Chatsworth, Illinois thus giving recognition to these Lee Whalin Earl Yates and Os- i

Growing use of the Kissimmee Miss Elsie McPherson will Nona Tice all Winter Garden; for fmal rites and interment past officers and their work. :car Lee Yates.It A Jam II. Perry" \.w.pa..r
Valley Agricultural Center for the program a review present -Mrs. Bertie Bowen, Highland by the Riedel Funeral During the last regular meet- was also reported that due

community activities has arous- "The Rim of Asia". on City and Mrs. Lillie Hansell Home. ing it was announced by Chairman to the fact that meat prices Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are.
ed the interest of many citizens. Okeechobee. Also 6 grandchildren. Paul Lutz that the recent have been rising steadily, it has Telephone 847-261

Roy Elsworth Smith drive for blood donations was become necessary to raise the QOMi
Funeral services were held at very successful. The donors who prices for the regular Thursday
Entered 'aa Second Ctasa Mall Matter
10:30 a.m. Saturday from the Died WednesdayRoy Davidson steak dinners at the Elks Club: i .
Ralph 44, tn the Poet Office at Kfosimme*. Fla.
Grissom Chapel, with Dr. H. P. As of Thursday evening Feb
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe Elsworth Smith, 81, of Milliards .
Passed 14th, all of steak .
Amos, Minister of the First Bap- Island Road, Kissimmee Away SuddenlyRalph ruary types Published Thursdays at .Kissimmec, Florida
tist Church officiating. Casket dinners will cost an additional
bearers were Messrs. Billy Lamb passed away Wednesday after, Davidson 44, of Belle- 25 cents more and the price LEO SCHUMAKER
Board of Adjustment will meet at 7:30 Earl Lamb George Lamb Guy noon after a lengthy illness. view native of Kissimmee range will be from $1.50 for a !

P.M., Thursday, February 14, 1963, City Commission Lamb, Irby Lamb and Milton Born December 21, 1881 in I passed away suddenly early filet to $1.75 $2.00 and $2.75 fora Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION
followed in Page County Iowa, the son of Wednesday in Marion County T-Bone' steak and $2.00 for a I
Room, City Hall to hear the following: Lamb. Interment RATES
Grissom Daniel Quincy Smith ana Susan He was a plumber and wasa New York strip.
Request of Dr. H. A.. Strasser for a special Funeral Pleasant Home Hill Cemetery.was in charge of Hestcf Newberry Smith, he had member of the First Chris- I, Six months, $2.50; one year. $4.00; two years, $7.00

exception to build a professional office buildingin arrangements. been a resident of this community tian Church. -
for the past 54 years. Survivors include his wife
a RC-1 (multiple family dwelling) district;
He was: a citrus grower. Lois Faye Davison. Two sons
and a side yard Variance on Fleming Street; on Robert C. Barclay Survivors include his wife Ten- Donald Davidson and Richard :

the following described property: Passed Away SundayRobert nie M. Smith. Two aaughters, Davidson. Seven daughters, .!
Mrs. Hester Powell and Miss Karen Linda Patricia Peggy,
Lots 12 and 13 less NW 110' Lot 13 William.
Sherry and twins Diane and .
66, of Alene Smith all Kissimmee. One
Charles Barclay
A.Boswell's Subdivision, commonly known as Donna all of Belleview. u'j'T
St. Cloud, native sister Mrs. Grace Cozad Springfield -
the northeast corner of.the intersection of Osceola Alligator Countian Lake passed awayat Ohio. Also one granddaugh- lando.Brother Donald Davidson Or . .''" .

Brack and Fleming. . .,
Pines Veterans Hospital "
Bay '
ter.Funeral Funeral services were heldat ...
2-Request of M. P. Mickler and Son, Inc., fora Sunday. services were held at 2 o'clock Saturday from the -

special exception and variance to replace an Born in the Partin Settlement 2:30 p.m. Sunday from the Gris Grissom Chapel with the Rev. --'
of Joseph A. Barclay and som Chapel, with the Rev. Leroy a w- q
t son Jimmy R. Cox Minister of the
existing warehouse in a RA-1 (single family resi- M v Caroline Ballard Barclay Over-street, of Winter Haven, the First Christian Church officiating plans .

dential) district, on the following described pro- heS a life long resident of Rev. Jimmy R. Cox Minister of Casketbearers were Dream :'
Oscet. the First Christian Church and Messrs. Fred Babb :
perty: County.He Roy tome'I';tl
the Rev. Carl Beatty, Minister of ,
\. a retired dragline and Moody, Joe Rogers and Earl ,
Beginning at a point intersection of Dakin dredge operator. A veteran of the Free Methodist Church, of- Yates. Interment followed in true in ," : (t' :

Ave. and Tohopekaliga Ave. for FOB run World War One. he was in the ficiating. Active Casketbearerswere Woodlawn Memorial Park, Or ; '

NWly along the NE'ly line of Dakin Avenue, Meuse-Argonne Offensive Messrs. Lonnie Hughey lando. Grissom Funeral Home .\ I .t ,

135.55' NE'ly at the right angle 146.01 to the He was a member of the Sam Lupfer Robert Carter Lester was in charge of arrange- GENERAL$ ELECTRIC { '
E line of Blk. 25 run S'ly along said E line to First Christian Church. Ivey M. L. Sikes, Dr. A. E. ments. -1
Honorary, Stanley Barber III.
Survivors include two brothers
FOB., commonly known as the northwest cor-
St. Cloud and Justice Gallagher, Thomas Clarence
Walter Barclay, Sooy, 71,
ner of Drury and Tohopekaliga Avenue.
Fred Barclay Kissimmee. Three Hubhey Frank Pofferbaugh Eu- BUILT-

3-Request of Mr. Sam L. Lupfer for a side- sisters, Mis. Arthur Partin, Kiss- gene Simmons and Henry T* ,Passed Away Friday r

yard variance to erect a carport: in an RC-1 immee; Mrs. G. A. Redmond Simmons. Interment followed Grissom in Clarence Workman Sooy, 71,
Miami and Mrs. Charles Rohlof Rose Hill Cemetery. lived
(multiple family) district; said carport to be Clifton, New Jersey. I I Funeral Home was in charge of Kissimmee here for four, died years Friday.and He was a KITCHEN

erected to the property line; on the following Funeral services were held at arrangements. retired rubber worker from

described property: 2 o'clock Wednesday from the Akron Ohio.Survivors G-E
Grissom Chapel, with the Rev. incjude wife Edith;
W. 65.58 ft., Lot 4, Blk. C, W. A. Patrick's Jimmy R. Cox, Minister of the Winter Visitor son, Capt. John B., HomesteadAFB

Add'n., Commonly known as 209 Verona. First Christian Church, officiat- Died SuddenlyAntoinette ; brothers Clayton Grafton,
ing. Casketbearers and Presentation Ohio Stowell Cleveland Ohio, Built-in Ranges
City of Kissimmee of the Flag, courtesy.Vet- sister, Mrs. Luemma Johnson
Buczkowski, 66, of
-).y C Charles'Jackson, erans of World War. One, Barracks Peninsula Ohio", and two grand-
Chicago, winter'visitor to the. .
. 1968 Kissimmee. Inter. children. '
T *- Gity 1 Manager. Loughman area for: the past 5 PARKSFURNITURE1
S a ment followed in Rose Hill Cemetery Funeral services were held CO.
passed suddenly .
years away
Grissom Funeral Home Monday at 3 p.m. at the Riedel
early Thursday.
was in charge of arrangements. Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. I
She was a native of Poland
John A. Briley officiating.
i and was a communicant of St. KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD
Interment followed at Osceola
I Fidelis Catholic Church Chicago. 847-4171 892-2011
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Why II Steve Buczkowski. One son, Eddie rection of Riedel -_. -- -

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scorpiontsh. like those at" Mrs. Watson Heads Sorority Met Silver Grace Lutherans I I The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimroee. Florida. Thurs., Jan. 31. 1 1.I: -,
the Seaquarium, is a master ot SpursChairmen I
camouflage. It resembles a dirty Monday EveningThe Study Book of RuthThe I I Kissimmee The regular Rebekah meeting LodgeNo. of the

stone on the rocky bottom of the Arts, Craft ShowMrs. Named Adult Bible Class of Sheriff Reports 42 will be held February5th
ocean floor, where it live .
I Delta Alpha Chapter of. Grace Lutheran Church St. at 8 p.m.
J. H. Watson of St. Cloud Epsilon Sigma Alpha- Sorority, Chairmen for the 1963 Silver Cloud, is starting a study on Roll call of members and
Perfectly fitted at was selected by a subcommitteeof held its regular meeting Monday Spurs rodeo committees were the book of Ruth at their' Year's obligation night will be ob
the Kissimmee Valley Live- evening, January 21, at tHar announced this week by Hank Wednesday evening Bible ActivitiesSheriff served.

stock Shorf to take charge of Memorial Library. Partin, Big Boss. Classes. These classes meet

the Arts and Crafts activities atOsceola's Guest speaker was Mrs. Mar- They are Ed Rohde, rodeo each Wednesday evening at Bob Buckels yesterday Besides arrests and criminal $10O REWARDFor
County Fair at the gie Smith, Secretary of the i committee; Shang Bronson, Doc 7:30 pm. tallied his 1962 activitiesand investigations, Sheriff
Kissimmee Valley Agricultural Orange County Cerebral Palsy I Partin, co-chairman stock com- Thursday afternoon Jan. reported his six outside Buckels' deputies handled arrest and conviction of

,1.=11f Center on Route 4U, February. Center, who presented an outlineof mittee; Andy Chisholm chutes 31st 1:30 p-m., the Dorcas deputies had traveled about other work. Included in this vandals destroying street

20-24,1963. the worthwhile work being evening, Januar., 21. at Hart Circle of the Women's Guild 214,700 miles during 1962. were transfers of juveniles to I
;4>, Provision has been made for a' done by the center and showeda advance ticket sales; J. C. Chapman will meet with Mrs. Warren During the year, 2,481 persons schools, transporting prisoners posts or signs in . .

Jr competitive display of Fine movie of the center in action. gate ticket sales; George Miller, Alligator Lake. This is including 60 juveniles to Raiford and other state I TROPICAL PARK
Arts Ceramics and Flowers The business meeting followed Bast, gates and passes; Charles a sewing session and all ladies were processed for arrest institutions, the care of insane i iI
with the new chairman Mrs. and reports were given by the Partin, Ed Whaley, cochairman interested are urged to attend through his office. These persons enroute to hospitals,I EDDtf Ctj Ot1SMOTHER'S
1. Watson, including interested individuals various committee chairmen special building committee; Allen were involved in more than the summoning of jurors and I
I from St. Cloud and Mrs. Bill Pennington. Welfare Carroll parking; Joan Platt, Friday, Feb. 1st, at 7:30 3,000 different cases. witnesses and the serving of i
Kissimmee for her committee. Chairman, outlined plans for the Valera Fertic, ushering. p.m. the Sunday School Staff Of that total 1,949 pleadedor 1,052 civil papers.Embezzlement I MARCH

,r I Plans are being made to add annual canvassing of the United Slim Partin, budget; Tom Gan- will meet. were found guilty in court, and fraud I JANUARY 31st
... Pine Needle Craft and one other: Cerebral Palsy Telethon and as- narelli Bill Perry advertising; Reservations for the Guild and 532 cases were nolle (mostly worthless check I
7:00 TO 9 P. M.
7:>> similar activity this year in an' signed territories to the various Cicero Knechel public relations; Luncheon of Feb. 7th are to prossed or are still pending.At charges) numbered 202 dur
I .l additional room which has been I members. Dick Makinson, Ernest Brown, made with Mrs. Martin Cox. the county jail there ing the year. There were 48 WU NOT K MIlO ON.WUSSChristian

'.''r" .I"1 made available. : Refreshments of Coffee and parade; Frances Suhl Ruth were 8,038 feeding days at a burglaries, 28 larcenies, 15 aggravated I U&HIS AIR ON.I .

""= .( \. ';' i.. Flower arrangements will ,be' Cookies were served by Mrs. Perry, decorating; Ed Whaley: Sophomores Stage cost of $6,304. This averagedout assault, 10 auto

Acme Boots look good and feel I' displayed in the exhibit area to Bill Pennington- Mrs. Raymond seat procurement; Slim Partin, Magazine Sales DriveThe to 78 cts. a day for three thefts, 17 forgeries, 11 sex I Science
good when they're expertly fitted provided added room for the Bowen and Mrs. Floyd Shepherdto quadrille; Sonny Redgrave, build meals. offenses; four murders, 3

. and our experienced boot men other crafts. the following members: Mrs. ing and repairs; Evelyn Parrish, Sophomore Class of Osce- rape, and two armed robberycases % Society
really know their business! Come The popular evening programs: Frank Godwin, Mrs. George Bis- restrooms. ola High School is staging the an- Dr. Amos To Head among others.American Each Wednesday 8 p. m.

in and try them on. of last year will be repeated: hop, Mrs. Bill Gephart, Mrs. Irlo Becky Bronson, Bill Chapman, I nual magazine sales drive, sponsored 309 N. Randolph

...,e.t The Championship Gopher Derby Bronson Jr., Mrs. Frank Broy- Jesna Gannarelli, Bill Sippel, by their teachers, Mrs. Ministerial GroupDr. Home S..4e, S.mcn . . 11 ....
sponsored by Hunt brothers; the les, :Mrs. Earl Moody, Mrs. Buck Katie Sippel and Della Samuel, Currie and Miss Kleinik. H. P. Amos, pastor of I Sufey Sch*.l . . . 'IM s.m.

Annual Baby show and The O il- Murphy, Mrs. Donald Edwards, co-chairmen of the concessions. The home rooms and represen- the First Baptist Church, was Division To Meet -- -

$9.95 dren's Pet Show. Mrs.. Glen Haggard, Mrs. Larry tatives are: I, Mrs. Currie; Nan- elected president of the Kis- I STOVES REFRIGERATORS
Mrs. Rita Boundreau of the Keene, Mrs. Bob Makinson, Mrs. OHS Band Members cy Norton secretary; Tom Fries- simmee Ministerial Association The American Home Division
< .95"HeadquartersFlorida :Mar Mil Shop, St. Cloud, and Jake demons and Mrs. Fred ner, captain; Pete Edwards, last week. of the Kissimmee Won USED
1 R oanfaNc Tom Kessler of the Jo-Mar Shop, Brussow. Entertain KASTOn pusher. II, Miss Hansell; Sandra Rev. John Briley, pastor of an's Club will meet Monday at FURNITURE

Sunrise Shopping Center, Kissim Tuesday evening, January Warden, secretary; Marcie Lom- the First Methodist Churchwas 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs Sewell-Thurmond
mee, will conduct two of the 22, the Kissimmee All States bardy, captain; Alan Starling' elected vice presidentand Betty Metzger.Mrs. .
Sorority Held Carl Beatty re- Elizabeth Davis and 101 S W*.t Church ORLANDO
evening programs. Tourist dub was entertained bya pusher. Ill, Mr. White; Vickie Rev. was
Initial arrangements are being Regular MeetingThe select group of the Osceola Bartee, secretary; Heidi Riggs,' elected secretary-treasurer. Gill Brooks will be the speakers
: made for the presentation of a High School Concert Band. captain; Ronnie Yates, pusher. giving some background SAND ROCK

i Teen Age Talent Contest. regular meeting of Xi Although only sixteen membersof IV, Mrs. Ware; Maxine Seyler: ,; Church To Observe highlights of the forthcoming MORTAR MIX

k -_ -_ Alpha Phi Chapter of Beta the band performed, the mel- secretary; Jeannie Skinner captain . antique show. STEEL & WIRE :MESH
odic sounds and timing, pleasedthe : Barbara Childers pusher. Seventh Birthday
held the
Catholic Church To Sigma Phi was at Real Estate
V, Miss Klienik County
reaction Janice
audience with the ; Carpenter i
23rd with the
library January Members and friends of the s
Serve DinnerThe members that these youngsters sounded secretary; Tom Metzger,' Transactions Listed we
Beef following present: Church of the Nazarenes will 1>wefra c
1722 IOYS' GIllS very mature professional.. captain; Diane Devault, pusher.VI .:
Mrs. Nan Allen, Ruby Duke, hold the seventh anniversary OSCEOLA COUNTY
Holy Redeemer Cath- Jean In addition to presenting enter- Mr. Rinkus; Karen Miller, R.al Ectmt* TraasaetleasR I
Dale Lupfer,
Logsdon, services Sunday with the Rev. & I Co. to Eva Lowe Ramsbyand
olic Church will
serve a par- taining selections such as "Two secretary; Jean Williams ,
Maxyne Makinson, Velma captain I and Mrs. John Hall, returned William J Lowe. Indian River
!J. ish dinner Sunday, February Reynolds to Tango", "Moon River", 'Everything's ; Leetha Acree, pusher. Mich. $400.Orlan .
Reynolds, Virginia missionaries from Cuba, as'' H. Epperson and wife to
3rd.Roast Anna Mae Quirk, Nelda Tar- Coming Up Roses", The drive will last from Janu special speakers. Also Revival Kent T. Epperson and wife St '
Cattle en' Beef will be servedat cal, Peanut Whidden, and etc., the individual members of ary 25th through .February 5th. i Services with Rev. Paul Stew- Cloud. $3.000.Ethel KISS1MMEETRANSITMIX
for adults and 75c I Johnson to A. D. Brown.
v $1.50 Beryl Speirs. the band each played a .solo. Ii i art and Prof. Paul Quails will Kissimmee. $1,500. I'I'il'
Kissimmee 12 for children. Dinner will be After the business meeting They displayed poise and good Indiana Club To Henry O. Partin and wife to
Darlington start on Monday evening at
Leon Waters Makinson and wife
served"' from noon until 2.
in addition the Phone 8473524SOUTH
showmanship to :
- -- -'--' Maxyne Makinson presentedMrs. 7:30: and will continue through Kissimmee. $800.
Y iui Speech Therapist. fine quality of their presentations.Those I Hold Dinner Monday Sunday February '10th. James McGraw and wife to r,'
George D. Cox and wife. Melbourne
for the United Cerebral Pal- comprising the group The Indiana Club will havea $500.
were: Allen Conner, on the baritone Gilbert F- Weaver to Anthony
sy of Orange County. Mrs. covered dish dinner at the I
Methodist Circles TVtniTl and wife St. Cloud. $11 000 TRAIL
Young told of the many out- ; John Briley on the bass; St. Cloud community house Cora A. dare to George A. Gant
standing professional people Jane Ribley on the bells; Mark Monday. and wife, 512.500. I
It Means A Lot who donate their time to this Lurie, Juliane Miles, Kay Dunlap Each one is to bring a cov- To Hold LuncheonThe Florida Church Dtst. Inc.of the to Pilgrim Daniel HolIness E- ; DRIVE IN

worthy cause along with the and Mary Viehman playing the ered dish and table service, Ida Tiller and Mary Marvin or Hazel E. Marvin E
Stroudsburg. Pa. $300.F.
regular staff of the organiza- clarinet.On coffee, cream and sugar will Summerlin Circles of the J. Wright and wife to CarlE. I
Price is an important matter i tion. She showed a film taken the drums were Bobby: be furnished by the commit First Methodist Church will .. Booth and wife. Kissimmee I

indeed to |I during treatment of several Hamp and Charlotte Chitwood. In. tee.Dinner have a pot luck lunch Monday S3 Ross 000. E. Jeffries and wife to CarloM. THEATREORLANDO
many families these 'and told how they keep close the brass section on cornets were I will be served at at 12:30: in the church bunga- Ventura and wife St Cloud

days; that's why we continue 1! check on progress. She also John Higman Donnie Higgins, noon. $1.800.Elmer Keen to Peter D. Adam- [ FLORIDA!
!|' made comments and explana- j!Dee Viehman, and Ray Cody. Thewarm Illinois people are also in low.Members are asked to bring ;'I and wife. Davenport $5.000.
to stress that Riedel service : tions during the showing of trombone tones vited to join the
I I were supplied group. a dish to pass and table service IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE J SUNDAY MONDAY!
tI although noted for its high : the film. She, of course, is I by Michael Bast and Joan Coffee and rolls will be I IN THE GAZETTE
jvery I enthusiastic about the Magnusson.I Glen Ward completed Judith Roehrich furnished. AFFAIR
quality, is very moderately '(whole program and answered the group piajmg the flute. :

MEMBER. priced, and within the means 'questions as they came up. The band is under the direction Named Homemaker USED PLUMBING BARGAINS "TWO WEEKS IN
THE OftDU It was a most informative of the able leadership of their Social Security I
OF THE of all. i program, enjoyed by all band instructor, John Jamison.In Miss Judith C. Roehrich is I
charge as. Master of Cere- Homemaker of Tomorrow for Os Officer To Visit ANOTHER TOWN"THURS. !

60lDfNRUIiRIEDEL' HJf; ; ;; ;. Beth Epsiidns: 1 Met 1 monies was Mark Lurie' ,,_,... Betty ceola High Crocker School' Search.ior in the 19S3 the \ Lavorterics with valves $4.95 I 9-i
: A
representative of the Social
& American Homemaker of Tomor-
"V '
I Cammed tanks bowl ,
I I or FRI. SAT.Jan. .
Security ,
Wednesday Night Residents 'rbw. Having achieved the highest Administration District I
24 HOut ,Urged To score in a knowledge and attitude , Office in Orlando will be at the Soil pipes and fittings price, 31 Feb. T 2"HATAP

AMbUlANCf suva 107 EMMETT SHEET The Beta Epsilon Chapter Purchase Auto TagsW. test given senior girls Dec.i Community House in Kissimmec II refrlgeraters $20 vp. Chipped
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA of Beta Sigma Phi met Wed 4, she now is eligible, along with .on lton-la.,. February 4 and I Bathtubs $19.95, New Commodes .
I nesday at the home of Mrs. E. Pound Osceola County winners in other state high I Monday. February 18. 1963 between 'I! complete $24.95, New 7:00.11."SAVAGE .
t Clyde Story on Main Street Tax Collector, states that schools, for the title of state the hours of 9:00 a.m. and G N "
Phone .
: extra help is sitting around water softeners complete $35.
I Mrs James Dyer was co- Homemaker of Tomorrow.The I noon. 10:00
847-3188 with time on their hands and
I hostess. practicallMno; customers. state Homemaker of Tomorrow This service is made available I'
Mrs Marion Wright, direc is awarded a $1,500 schol to those who wish to apply for ,, [TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY]
I Deadline\ for 1963 tags is I
III tor of the United CerebralI February 20th, and Pound arship by General Mills sponsorof Old-Age and Survivors Insurance DAVENPORT ELECTRIC & CO. I I II February 5 and 6
y. trh = ,I Palsy Clinic of Orlando, wasI the program. The runner-up Benefits Social Security account j I I II
the public to in
urges come
I guest speaker, showing slides now and avoid the last minute receives a $500 scholarship. The members or obtain information "The Home Many Bathtub {"HOODLUM PRIEST"
I of children at the clinic being rush. The office is open from school of each state Homemakerof about the Social Security Pro Hwy. 17-92.North fc Dcvtupwt,.... 7: .11:25
diagnosed and treated. Tomorrow is awarded a complete gram. Hamilton S4644
8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday ("POCKETFUL of MIRACLES"!
Mrs. Esther Pollom was in set of Encyclopedia Bntan-
through Friday and will I- I [ 9t0|
charge of the program. reel nica.
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The Kissi .mmeE'. Florida Thurs.. Jan. 31.1963Minimum

Charge Up To 15 Words, 75c -: Additional Words 5c Each Classified Display (Boxed) Per Inch $1.10r

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


sent any claims which you. or i to the County Judge of Osceola REAL ESTATE Nolan C355 .Jr,. Barbara Ann
For Rent either of you. may have against County at his office In the Court- Cobb and William Thomas Cobb. I
ARTICLES .11 REALTORAMA the estate of Robert W. Ford de house at Kissimmee. Florida with- William C. Reed and wife to ,Kissimmee.!' 9800.
Office or store space ceased. late of Osceola County. in six months from the date of the Maxle M Lambert and wife Lowell. 1 Rosemary tt nand May Bar

available. Florida to the County Judge of first publication of this Notice. Ind.. $1.250.Oswald ber. Kissimmee. love affection
FOR SALE said county at his office In the Each claim or demand must be in S. Arena and wife to Eleanor C. Kennedy' and husbandto
Rogers & Kelley Building Courthouse at Kissimmee Florida. writing and must state the place Lawrence E. Nielsen. Erie. Pa..1 J Hugh and Marilyn M. Clissold. -

12 East Monument Ave. within six calendar months from of residence of the claimant and 51900. St. Petersburg. $TOO
. j UNUSUALLY ATTRACTIVE the date of the first publication of must be sworn to by the claimant. L. L. Pearman and wife to Harold .
BARGAIN BARN I Kissimmee, Florida Uls Notice. Each claim or demand Ms agent or attorney or the same L. Pearman and wife. Jacksonville '
Comb le must be In writing and must state will become void according to law. love and affection. A BEAUTIFUL3BEDROOM
; Zippers 3a; Teeth 2-BR. HOME IN PRETTY SETTING.
Lawrence Behnke and wife to
Bnuhe 7e Ear Bb Se Shoes the place of residence of the claim- Dated this January 23. 1963. HOMEWITH
; ; ant and must be sworn to by the sArthur D. Clark Cecil Gibson and wife. Alpena.
S7e Shoes
; lie Pillows 71e
Shire Choice Neighborhood. :claimant, his agent or attorney or Ancillary Executor of the Mich. $400.
$1 Puts
$1.6 ; $1; Dresses SERVICES OFFEREDLEARN the same will become void accord- estate of John Shull and wife to Ivan I Cnrt WITH tMAU.
; Rags S5e; Nylons 39c; O W
deceased. Brookman and wife. Kissimmee j | DOWN PAYMENT.
Haakle 5e: Puttee 15e;' Belt' ing to Ida May dark,
15e This the 3rd day of January. 1963. Phillip R. Kelley $300. ALL FENCED
; Cap 15c; Spread $2.M; P. FORD The St. Cloud Co. to Gertrude
Hair Net 4e T-SklrU *9e t Post office Box 331 I
; ; Executrix of the Estate of Kissimmee. Florida Soucek, SL Cloud. $11.000. KISSIMMEE ...7..76Call.
Nearly Everybody Trade at TbeBarial
BARBERING Lucy May Owen and husband to i.
Robert W Ford Deceased: Attorney for Ancillary
Bars. Came Slbert = SSBBI
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Mill Warehouse IB Dareap;; Insure Year future IB awellpayf.g Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Executor Henry Daigler and wife. St. Cloud.

Immediately. Follow the signs! profusion Attorney for Executrix Jan. 31. Feb. T, 14. 21. 1963 $4.200. I . .
BARGAIN BARN. Day & Night Clauter Fireplace Screened Porch Facing ) P. O. Box 492 Douglas M. Williams and wife to I

Open Week Days And Saaday. V.A. Approved Kissimmee, Florida IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Edward Sanford Reed. $1.000. I Parks Furniture Co.
Orlando Barber College Jan. 10, 17, 24 & 31. 1963 JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. Robert J. nnn1\ wife t j
Beautiful Back Lawn . Terrazzo FLORIDA Edward C.: Hobbs
Blossom Tr.
S3M S. Orange
el Your
Yes IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT Bond. $5.300.Edward I for Prompt Repair
you can borrow our Carpet GA W815
Floor Oven
Shampooer FREE to clean your . RIDA. HOMER J. PERKINS. ) Harold U Bond and wife to Robert
IN RE: ESTATE OF Deceased. ) J. Osborne and wife. $7,900. J Phone 847.4171GREEN'S
with Blue Lustre. Parks
carpets WELL DRILLING: 2" to 30" Large Refrigerator with Freezer. JAMES ELMER DOUGHTY NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo Harrtie A. Reich to Florida Statc-

Furniture Co. Home or grove. Insured. All Deceased all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees. Turnpike Authority minimum j
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO and all Persons having stamps.
FOR SALE-$225. 1948 Chrysler work guaranteed. Phone 847- ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES Claims or Demands against said Ralph L. Cooper and wife to OkcvL.

3313 Kissimmee Fla. $13,500 UNFURNISHED DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER-* Estate: Phillips and wife. St Cloud. FUEL
4 door sedan. Excellent condi- SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS You and each of you are hereby $2.200.
notified and required to Victor G. Mapes and wife to Dana
tion. Cash only. 918 Alabama AGAINST SAID ESTATE present
MEN AND WOMEN NEEDED claims which Mapes.' St. Cloud love and affee-
You and each of you are hereby any you or eitherof Sales and Service!
Avenue St. Cloud. 131p., WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE FURNISHED notified and required to presentany you. may have against the es- tion.Sadie
$15,000 Hamilton and husband
claims which you or eitherof tate of Homer J. Perkins, deceased. Bailey
We have in this vicinity a spinet No experience necessary grammar you. may have against the estate late of Osceola County. Florida to to Roseland Realty Co.. Palm PHOW S47-4171 M7-4I7I
of James Elmer the County Judge of said Beach. minimum stamps.
de County
school education usually Doughty,
piano that must be picked up. ceased. late of Osceola County. Flo- at his office In the Court House ; Marshall W. Crouse and wife to KISSIMMH

It can be purchased by making I. sufficient. Train now at home FLORIDA REALTYC'OIJNSELORS rida. to the County Judge of said at Kissimmee. Florida within six ,Evelyn Cordelia Buxton. St. Cloud.

for jobs with Security. For de- 'bounty at his office In the Courthouse calendar months from the date of :minimum stamps. Marshall For Gas Delivery Phone
and to
deposit Buxton
taking overpayment Cordelia
at Kissimmee. Florida within the first publication of this No ee. I Evelvn Harold 847-2058
of $18.50 per month. tails, send name address, six calendar months from the Each claim or demand must be In W. Crouse and wife.. St. Cloud. R. A. Fletcher Wigol 847-4539
phone no. to : National Train- INC. date of the first publication of this writing and must state the place of minimum stamps.
Inquire Thompson Music Co., notice. Each claim or demand must residence of the claimant and must I Luther Robinette and wife to Kenneth BUdto:

29 Colonial Plaza Mall, Orlando ing Service Box 931, Kissim be< Jn writingand must state the be sworn to by the claimant his ,Lawrence Alton Partin and wife. 892-7695( Cloud]

Fla. place of residence of the claimantand agent or attorney or the same will !Kissimmee 25000.
Phone Ga 54577. mee, 2 Broadway Kissimmee must be sworn to by the claimant become void according to law. I Jesse L. Burdick to Jesse L. Bur- For Gas Service: Phone

847-3156 847.3157 his agent or attorney, or the Tnls the 25 day of January, l 63. 'dick and Alton C. Burdick. Intercession J, ft. RounfrM 847-4062
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. same will become void according sAnna W. Perkins City love and affection.wife to Robert AHm

Phone 847-4306 Bud and John's W* cooperate with all Registered R.al Estat Brokers .to law. As Administratrix of the I' Walter D. Nunley .and Kissimmee. Emory Bfoiuon 847-4570
U. S. Chapman Jr.
LOST AND I I. This the 4th day of January 1963. Estate of Leo G1tovrd 847.2061R.
Air Conditioning and Heating EVELYN L. BRUCKER Homer J. Perkins, $4.400Onrllle.
i Evelyn L. deceased. B. D Priest and wife. H. Hall 892-1212 St. Cloudor
Headquarters. FOUND all Interested bidders that the of the Estate of Phillip R. Kelley Harold W. !Smith and wife and call H. T, Simmons,Mgr.
Board of County Commissioners of I James Elmer Doughty deceased 12 E. Monument Ave. Robert H. Shelton and wife to 847-4819
KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- REAL ESTATE tOne Osceola County. Florida will receive Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. (P. O. Box 331) Charles H. Barthalow and wife.
sealed bids until 10:00 A.M..
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. LOST in vicinity of.Martin Street February 11, 1963 for gasoline. !,Attorney P. O. Box for 492 Administratrix Attorney Kissimmee for Florida Administratrix Kissimmee.Evelyn K.$5.500.Parrlsh to Alton J. Robert O-Rerry 847-3219

OSCEOLA OIL CO.; 1110 motor oil diesel fuel and similar Kissimmee. Florida Jan. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963. Parrish and wife. Kissimmee. love R. W. testier 1473..2John
near new high school 7 month bedroom house and lot. Located Items for the use of the Osceola Jan 10. 17, 24, 31. 1963. and affection.F Evans, St. Cloud 8923482Radio .
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. old male fawn boxer, white comer of Thackery and County Road Department. NOTICE OF SUIT A. Burton and wife to John

Specifications and requirements NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO TO: HENRY W. HAWKINS. and -
chest. Answer to name Duke. Old Tampa Hwy., Kissimmee. may be obtained from Glenn Ray. DISSOLVE. CORPORATIONSNotice 'if married. HAWKINS his

Reward. Family pet. Call 847- $50 down low monthly pay- Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners is hereby given under the wife and F. H. HUGHES, and If and SALES SERVICEAPPLIANCES
his office in the
FOR RENTFOR of Section 608.36. Florida married. -HUGHES
provisions his
3185 before 5 847-4487 after 5. wife.
ments. Call Collect. Jim Walter Courthouse In Kissimmee F1orlda.- Statutes. to each of the .corpora if alive and If dead the unknown ELECTRICAL

Orlando 5-0981. Immediately following the time tions listed below the same being heirs devisees, legatees grantees.
LOST: Long black coat. Down- Corp. Cypress above shown the proposals received Incorporated under the laws of Flo- creditors trustees or assigns under coMnm HOW rutMSHmes
will be publicly opened and and to the records any of th above T V
RENT: Furnished 3 room town. 'Call 847-3450. rida. according specifically Identified -
3 bedroom house and lot. Lot 140 read.The 1 to of the Secretary of State. each and Defendants; and all unknown FURNITURE CO.

garage apartment. Air conditioning -. ft x 160 ft. Located on North County and reserves all bids the right and to every such corporation appears de- parties having or claiming to have PARKS

Screened porch. 16 S. . reject any linquent for three (3) years or any right title or Interest In and Kntimm-
Nebraska, Kissimmee. $50 waive formalities. of and to the
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS more In the filing reports following described property
Dillingham. Apply Moorefield BOARD OF of taxes under the provisions situated In Osceola
down. Low monthly payments.Call OF OSCEOLA payment County Florida. -
WANTEDRELIABLE of Section 608.33. Florida to-wit:
building, opposite
F Collect. Jim Walter Corp. COUNTY FLORIDA Statutes, and that under the provisions Lots 10 and 11, Block 227. TOWN NORRIS CLEANERS
([SEAL) of said Section 608.36. Florida OF ST. CLOUD.
Orlando Cypress 5-0981. G. Daniel FLORIDA according -
FOR RENT: Colored only. Five By I' Harris
. Statutes. said corporations to the Plat of said Townof
with modem ChairmanJan. have been classed as subject to dis St. Cloud Florida,
room apartments WOMANTo as flied in
7 month $595 24 31 1963
Down ,
LOTS $10 ,
solution. and that three (3) the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -
bath, shower hot water heater. take over Watkins Route in and up. Homes, or trailer. after date of this publication each Court of Osceola County KISSIMMEE'S FINEST

New. Low rental weekly or IN THE rotmr OF THE COUNTY and every such corporation listed Florida on the 31st day of August -
Kissimmee. Good for up to $65 TROPICAL PARK, on Highway JUDGE. srEOLA COUNTY. below that has not In the mean- A. D. 1909 and recorded gg 103 East Dakin Telephone 847.4941
monthly. Excellent weekly to start. No investment.Set 441 in North Kissimmee. FLORIDA time filed Its reports due and paid among the Public Records of the
One half mile south St. Cloudon hours. Permanent NOTICE TO CREDITORSTN the taxes due under the provisionsof said Osceola County. Florida In
your own TIE THE ESTATE OF > "
Section 608.33. Florida Statutes. Plat Book "B, > on pages 33
441.: Turn rigty? atCrawford opportunity. Full or part time. LEGAL HERMAN CARL WICK. ), vkill be certified the Governor of and 34. '
Street. For information,call Or- .J-4. NOTICESNOTICE Deceased. ) the State of rfga, who will issuea TAKE' NOTICE that a suit has
Write C. R. Ruble Dept.
." To all Creditors.I Legatees. Dlsrtbutees. Proclamation at that time dissolVing been filed against you in the Clr
lando 8557701.: P. O. Box 2447, Memphis 2. IN THE OF SUIT and all Persons having!: said corporation. cult Court for the Ninth Judicial

Tenn. AND FOR CIRCUIT OSCEOLA COURT.COUNTY IN Claims or Demands against said 1 OSCEOLA COUNTYPrincipal Circuit of the State of Florida. In ROTHROCK

ROOM and bath, private en FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.No. Estate Place and for Osceola County wherein
You and each' of hereby Business
you Name of GEORGE B. WOLFE and ALMEDA
trance. Close in. Board optional MRS. HOUSEWIFE. If you have THE. 6422 ONONDAGA COUNTY notified andrequired to presentany Donnelly Air Service J. WOLFE his wife are the plaintiffs -

Phone 847-4011. If need extra ) claims which you. or either of Inc. Kissimmee and HENRY W HAWKINS.
spare you a )
may have against the estate
you. Florida Filmmakers et al. are the defendants the samebeing
FOR RENT Furnished apart- money, you can earn right in York corporattlon.Plaintiff. )) of HERMAN CARL WICK. deceased Corporation Kissimmee Chancery No. 6438. The na- SEPTIC TANK CO
late of Osceola County. Flo- Warehouse Di.-
fine Kissimmee ture of this suit is a suit to quiet
first bath your neighborhood showing vs ) rida. to the County Judge of said Inc. Kissimmee
ment, floor private trlbutors. title on the above described real
et )
Emmett Street. Avon Products. Write Avon County at his office In the Court 5 Points Theatre CorporationKissimmee estate.
utilities. 703
Defendants. )
P. O. Box 2005 Fort House at Kissimmee. Florida withIn EACH OF YOU IS REQUIRED to
Manager > six calendar months from the directed that a copy file
131p. TO It is further your answer and written defenses Culvert Tile for Driveways
Fla. date of the first publication of this onetime
Pierce of this notice be published to the Complaint with the
POWELL and ANNIE- Notice. Each claim or, demand must in the KISSIMMEE GAZETTE a Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os- need.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house BELL POWELL. his wife Septic Tanks-a size for
Middle wants steady Residence be in writing and must state theplace newspaper published in KISSIM- ceola County, this I proceeding every
man Unknownand
age : :
unfurnished. 847-2380. of residence of the claimantand in which county the ea'aI
MEE. Florida and t copy thereof
work. Write P. 0. Box 1066, St. the whose unknown spouse of any defendant must be sworn to by the claimant home office of the above listed cor- upon the plaintiffs' attorneys. Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
status Is not
FOR RENT: Lots for trailers. Cloud. Fla. correctly stated. If living and if same. his will agent become or attorney void accordingto or the porations IN are WITNESS shown to WHEREOF be located I whose hereinafter names set, and forth addresses as requiredby are .
of the above named defendantsare
Rainbow Mobile Homes and any law. hereunto set my hand and
have law. not later than the 1st day .
dead tthe unknown heirs devisees This the 22nd day of the Great Seal of the 15 Years
Trailer Park. Michigan Ave., WANTED grantees assignees, lienors 1963. January State caused of Florida to be affixed of March 1963.WITNESS Experience
hand and the of-
U mile off Vine St. past Bowl- MAN OR WOMAN creditors ants claiming trustees by or through other under claim- WILLIAM WICKAdministrator at Tallahassee the Capital. this ficial seal of my said Court in Kissim- K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator

ing Alley. SPARE TIME or against any of the above named of the the 25th day of January A.D. 1963. mee. Osceola County, Florida this
Estate ofHERMAN (SEAL) 25th day of January A. D. 1963.
defendants who deceased.
To refill and collect money from are CARL WICK. TOM ADAMS (CIRCUIT COURT
FOR RENT: Apartments and and all parties having or claimingto deceased. Secretary of State
machines dispensing
our have right title. or interestin
houses by week or month. Cot any Thacker and Thacker January 31 1963 GLENN RAY,
the following described property
Grade Candy, Gum and Sport Attorneys for AdministratorBox Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
ton's North Orange In Osceola County. Florida to-wit: Clerk of the Circuit Court Located at
Apartments 527. Kissimmee. Florida KISSIMMEE GAZETTEIN
Cards in this area. Easy to Do. Lot 3 of Columbia Circle accordIng I By /Ellanore O. JowersD.
Blossom Trail. Jan. 24. 31, Feb. 7, 14. 1963. THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT C.
to the Official Plat of
Excellent income. $475.00 cash OSCEOLA COUNTY. ROWLAND AND PETRUSKA

required secured by inventory. Subdivision on file in the officeof S-5"T i C E: OF INTENTION TO FLORIDA.IN 33 East Robinson Avenue
APARTMENTS FOR RENT: $9, the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof RE: ESTATE OF Orlando. FloridaALEXANDER PHONE 847-3524
Florida in TO
Include phone number. Write Osceola County. Deceased.
$11, $12, per week Mrs. Paul Plat Book 1 388; BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LOYAL A. JACKSON. D. HALL. JR.
Davis 114 Emmett Street. P. O. Box 16U, Daytona Beach, PageD OF OSCEOLA COUNTY NOTICE OF INTENTION FINAL TO P. O. Box 596
:MAKE St. Cloud. Florida
Fla. Heat Wave Wall Heater-35.000
IN OSCEOLA FLORIDA Attorneys for PlaintiffsJan.
Kitchenettes: rooms and trade ,You BTU and Gas.each of you are hereby TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- 31, Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963.

apartments with lake and shut FREE rent and board for woman notified that a suit to forclose TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: CERN NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIV2rf that STEEL SALESANY

fleboard. By week month or over 60 to be companion. P. O. mortgage has on been the filed above against described Irlo NOTICE Bronson IS and HEREBY Flora GIVEN B. Bron-by Geraldine C. M. Budd hao: filed her Clarence H. TimmermanDied

year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud I Box 766, St. Cloud. Phone 892- property by The Onondaga County Savings you son. his wife that they intend to final tratrix report of the as Estate anc1J! of!".f Loyal adminis-A. DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
to the
apply Board of County Com- Wednesday
Hwy. 441. 2523. Bank a New York corporation in Jackson deceased; that she has on
missioners of of Osceola County.
the Circuit Court of Osceola County -
for discharge
filed petition Priced
Florida on the 11th day of Febru Competitively
Florida. In Chancery. and you
A.D. and that she will apply to the Hon- Clarence Henry Timmerman,
ary. 1963. at 11:00 o'clock
are further notified and requiredto :
P. Johnson County Judgeof .
orable O.
A.M.. while said Board Is in session 82 Kissimmee visitor
serve a copy of your Answer or Osceola County, Florida, on the ,
other pleadings to the Complaint In Notice. after in The the publication Kissimmee Gazettefor of this 4th day of March. 1963. for approval from Little Falls N. Y.. died TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
said cause upon A. N. SPENCE. of and
Attorney at Law. 295 SW 27th Ave- at least two weeks to have charge as same ancillary adminisatratdrllx Wednesday. A retired farmer, he HORSE TRAILERS AND UTILITY TRAILERS .

nue. Miami 3. Florida and file the said Board vacate the following of the estate of Loyal A. Jackson. was a member of the Kissimmee
portion of prat of Deimos Park
Staff The N0vr original in the office of the Clerkof deceased. BUILT AND REPAIRED
the Circuit Court in Osceola Subdivision located In Osceola This 21st day of January. 1963. All States Tourist dub, the

County, Florida on or before the County.the named Florida and/or including unnamed streetson all of GERALDINE C. M. BUDD Osceola Shrine dub. F&AM. Wr1.M RAW.wtWlat JMp -AI Wttkt.....
20 day of February 1963; other-
f wise the allegations of said Com- said portion of plat of Delmos of clirbtastratrtx: ; Shrine, Commandery Past Commanders

plaint will be taken as confessed. Park All Subdivision to-wit: Loyal A. Jackson Assn. of Knights Templar Old Orlando Hwy. aear Uvst* : This notice will be published of Blocks L 2. 3. 4. A
:-*"s iff=eS5fcgg3j Jiff:::SJ53":: I once a week for four consecutive B. C. D. E. F. G and 11 of Del. Murray W.deceased.Overstreet. Jr. Eastern Shrine Club and 1. fox 2St-A Klssimm.
mos Park Subdivision In Osceola
weeks in The Kissimmee Gazette.
for Ancillary
a newspaper published In Osceola County. Florida .recorded In Plat ttorney Administratrix Little Falls Grange.
Book 1. page 136. public recordsof Bertha
County. Florida. P. O. Box 492 Surviving are wife ;
DATED at Kissimmee. Osceola Osceola County. Florida. except LOU YOUNG WELDINGPHONE
Lots 10-14. Inclusive ol Kissimmee son, Melvin, daughter Mrs. Caroline
County. Florida, this 9th day of
31. Feb. T, 14, 31. 1963.
INSURANCE I'January 1963. Block A above described. T. Sidenius and a grandson.
Dated this 19th day of Januar.
Clerk of the Circuit Court A.D. 1963. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S all of Little Falls. II 847-3898
(Circuit Court Seal) Funeral services were held
by: the of Riedel Funeral _
/*/ MarJorie R. Haye January 24. 31. 1961THE Chapel ,
Deputy Clerk RE IDA: MAY CLARK. Home at 7:30 p.m. Thursdaywith

A. N. Spence COUNTY JUDGE'S deceased. Dr. Henry C. Campbell re- OSCEOLA TIRESERVICE
Attorney for Plaintiff ? mA. COUNTY. TO CREDITORSTO
AGENT 295 SW 27th Avenue tired Methodist minister officiat
Miami 35. Florida [N RE ESTATE OF
DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- The remains forwarded
OBERT W. FORD. Deceased. ing. were
Jan. 17 24. 31. Feb. 7. 1963 HAVING' CLAIMS OR DE-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS SONS Friday to Little Falls for final
each of here-
COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY.FLORIDA. YOU and you are rites and interment. Arrangements -
by not!fed and required to present
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS were under direction of
claims which either of
any you. 223 S. BERMUDA
You Can Count On AGAINST SAID ESTATE: may the estate of Riedel Funeral Kissim
IN JOSEPH RE ESTATE F. DWYER.OF Deceased. YOU AND EACH-OF YOU are you Ida May nark deceased late of PHONE 847-2207
hereby notified and required to pre mee.
NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO Eaton County. State of Michigan,

You and each of you are hereby
notified and required to present '1,
any 0
One who can handle all your business, not claims which you or either of you ROGERS BROS.CONTRACTORS WISEECONOMIZE
may have t the estate of Joseph
just a few standard lines..a man who is F Dwyer deceased late of

Osceola County. Florida. to the
fiercely independent and represents many County Judge of said county at his
office in the Courthouse at Kisslm- 1 T Extra Quality Bioeka
companies in order to give you the best. mec. Florida within six calendar "Builder of Better Homes"

months from the date of the first

WE WOULD LIKE TO BE YOUR AGENT claim publication or demand of this must notice.be In Each writing ." g In Home Ce strretieA ;-t At No Extra Cost

and must state the place of & Planning Service
residence of the claimant and must Design P1+ 847-4021
be sworn to by the claimant his Conventional Financing
LUPFER'SInsurance agent or attorney, or the same will
become void according to law. Precision Construction
This the 15th day of January. Member of Oseeola County Yteikiers AssedftUea
1963. e Choice Building Sites
Agency Mary E. Gonyo. Adminis Competent CompetitiveComplete

tratrlx of the Estate of OSCEOLA CEMENT
Joseph F. Dwyer. deceased. PHONE 847-4639
Murray W. Overstreet, Jr.

1918 1962 Attorney P. O Box for.493Klssimraee. Florida Administratrix A..rt R..., Murray/ Rogers PRODUCTS. INC.

Jan. 24. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 1963

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