Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00265
 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: February 7, 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: VID00265
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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y VOL t to e s KUtlmrnee.Entered as Osceola Second County.Class Matter Florida. Kissimmee, Florida Thursday, February 7, 1963 Established Phone 847-2881' 1894 Price Ten Cents

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Cc : ':;; > Issue Keating Takes

: $3 Million. Bonds A Oath AsDirector I

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County commissioners Mon 1 Hwy. 441 between Kissimmeeand I In a brief ceremony Thursdayin 11

day decided to issue $3 million St. Cloud; and thirdly, Tallahassee, Chief Supreme

in revenue certificates for the purchase of right of Court Justice B. K. Roberts ad- .
instead of $2 million becauseof : way on W. Vine from Thackerto ministered the oath of office to
the favorable bond market. Hwy. 27. new State Beverage Director
A SECRET WAY TO TRAVEL-John H. Perry, Jr. ownerof The Richard B. Keating. Keating is
Perry Publications, In.., which 'ncludts the Gazette, balance would be used the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs,
is shown aboard his privately built two-man "Cubmarine" However, the additional for the purchase of right of
I: C. Moore Jr. of Kissimmee.
t which was his secret on CBS' "I've Got a Secret" show. amount will be reinvestedand : way on Emmett St. In Kiss '
The fact that Mr. Perry arrived at the studio aboard a used for items immee. Keating replaced Thomas E.
'd submarine stumped the panel. only specified \f Lee, Jr. as bead'of the department -
The commissioners
by the board. also de- '1" when Lee resigned to ac-
The Florida Development cided to ask the State Road ."" .. cept a circuit judgeship in Miami.
Sarasota Executive Dept, for a for .' # / .
I survey rightof :
Farris attended
Governor Bryant -
Commission is actually selling way on Hwy. 441 between z :/ GETS NEW COMMAND-Col. Walter R. Lawson of Kiss-
the certificates. Of the .l" the ceremony welcoming imneee has received a new command at Ft. Meade, Md.,
total amount of $1,500,000 is Kissimmee and the Nova Rd. >> . Keating into the department. Bryant where he is now stationed.
If the state engineers cannotdo said in making his selectionfor
4 Speaks Rotary for the construction of the STORE OWNER
1 0 Nova Rd. (State Road 532). the job the county wantsa W. L (Buddy) Nethery Lee's replacement he includeda Col. Walter Lawson
private firm to be hired. quality in his requirements that
Retired businessmen from the there to hear, question, and I The board reaffirmed Its The commission also asked Lee had displayed often duringhis ,

North form a large pool of talent learn. Here were some of the position that the money go the State Road Dept. to begin I Changes \ 25-month tenure. This he described
4 for volunteer civic work, and points: first for the construction of the purchase of right of way I as "fortitude.
Sarasota County is making effec- "Sixty per cent of our time is the Nova Rd, second for the on W. Vine St. to start soon Name of Afte taking his oath of office,Has New Command

tive use of that secret. 'spent helping the 178 small purchase of right of way on] as possible.R. Keating commended his predecessor
I Keith Morrison executive di-{manufacturing firms that are already Store HereW. for an outstanding job and Colonel Walter R. Lawson has ed the Army in June 1937.
rector of the Sarasota Light Industry there. If we can encour- noted that Lee's "elevation to the assumed the duties of Chief of
I Council, told the story age and develop our industriesas Chamber of Commerce L. (Buddy) Nethery, formerly bench is indeed an appropriateand tne Military Personnel Manage DurIng World War II Colonel
\ able of Henderson N. has well deserved reward." Division Lawson served In Europe, partici-
Monday to Kissimmee Rotary they exist, then we'll be C, ment Headquarters Second
Club. Three Osceola County com- to get more of the right kind purchased White Auto Store from "As\ I approach this new undertaking United States Army at Fort pating in the Rhineland and Central

missioners (Harris Daniel, Tom when we wish. Lucas Oil Company and the firm ," Keating said, "I haveno Meade, Md. Europe campaigns. His
Bumby and Chester Barber) and "A lot of Southern States Honors KAST will now be known as Northside illusions about the difficulties He joins Second Army after a wards and decorations include

two city commissioners (Al Rogers |have wound up getting marginalNo. Couples Super Service, Inc. involved in the directorship and 24 month tour of duty as Senior the World War II Victory Medal,
The firm will continue to in of the Beverage Advisor to the Second the Bronze Star, and the .Army
and George Reynolds) were ( 1, Continued on Page 4) car the responsibilities Republic
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Grove of E. 'Van Houton, Mr. and Mrs. ry its present stock of all typesof Department as a whole."We of Korea Army Taegu, Korea.A Leaf Commendation Ouster. Medal, with Oak

: College Springs, Iowa, were sin- M. M. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Thad : merchandise, plus Goodyear are charged with the en- native of Kissimmee, Colonel
i Pepper Rogers To gled out to be honored at the an- Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Charles products and tires and Sinclairoil forcement of laws at times difficult : Lawson attended Osceola High the son of Mrs. Elaine R. Lawson -

nual Chamoer of Commerce spon- Brill, Mr. and Mrs. G. !A. Richmond products.In to enforce and the collectionof School here, and was graduatedfrom of 421 Black Street Kissim
sored program at the Kissimmee Mr. and Mrs. Claude. addition to auto accessories, taxes at times difficult: to collect the United States Military mee, Colonel Lawson and his
Speak At All States Tourist dub Tuesday I I Disinger. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ev'erytt toys, electronic equipment and But these laws must be en- (Academy in 1937. He first enter- wife, Janet, live at Fort Meade.
Banquet night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles other merchandise the store will forced-and they will be," he de

t At this annual affair the chamber Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ort carry a complete line of phonograph clared. Rubinoff
Mr. and Mrs. records, specializing in The new director added that he Concert
t Pepper Rogers assistant football honors all KAST memberswho Lee Baker, Mr
u trophy.
stereo albums.It is anxious to the challenge
have and Mrs. Oscar .
been married 50 Wager.Mr.
yearsor I
coach at; the University of Tickets are on sale at the
will specialize in prompt and awaiting him and promised to
Mrs. Gerard WiersmaMr.
Florida,will speak here tonight at Broadway Pharmacy and by more.A efficient service and plans for a give "the best mat's in me."
takeoff This Is Your and Mrs. John Taylor Mr
.t the annual football banquet spon- members of the Association. on ;; soon'are To Be Held Monday
Life" program was presented by and Mrs. William Mueller, Mr. grand opening under- Keating is a 34-year-old attor-
sored the Osceola Price
by : Athletic of the dinner, to be held at
Horace and Mrs. C. C. and ney with a present law practicein I -
vice of Mr.
Phipps, president Berger,
Association.( 6:30 at the high school cafeteria, way.Nethery is married to the for- Orlando. When Dave Rubinoff appears ate as a current theme of the
It Mrs. Erie ClementS Mr. and Mrs.
The honored guests will include will be $1.SO.Rogers the chamber. was highlightedby mer Miss Amy Skinner of Rock' : in popular concert at times. The Polonaise was writ.
the football players and their was a star quarterbackat a surprise telephone call from Elmer Lawrence Rev. and Mrs. land Texas. They have Tupperware Auditorium Monday ten by Chopin with a burning
a daughter -
\ families. Awards and trophieswill Georgia Tech and is noted as the Grove's son Joe at College D. Coe Love, Mr. and Mrs. H. : Doretta, six. They are mem- ElksAuxOiaryTo at 8:15 p.m. he will per spirit of national sympathyand
be presented to the outstanding an, after dinner speaker. Murray Springs. They also received a J. Senecal, Mr. and Mrs. Irville bers of the Baptist Church. He form as violin solos the full has been likened to

i players including the 'W. Overstreet will act as masterof beautifully decorated cake and Hanes, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mil- is a veteran of the Korean War(Elect OfficersOn scores of Chopin's Polonaise "Cannons Buried In Flowers."
likan Mr. and
other C. F. Anderson
gifts. -
Gazette "Player of the Year" ceremonies. the Warsaw Concerto, and
Each of the ladies of the hon-' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Loomis, and is active in the Lions dub. Wednesday, February 13. Rhapsody in Blue. The American Rubinoff knew George Ger
ored couples received a golden Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lemenager, Nethery has been in the retail the Ladies Auxiliary of the Kiss public has grown to love shwin and heard him performthe

Committees Named rose and the men token gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Strayer, business for the past 18 years, immee Elks will elect new officers these numbers arranged for Rhapsody In Blue for the
J These couples included Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Every.Mr. fourteen of which were spent with to serve for the coming year. piano and orchestra, but Ru first time In 1924. Gershwin

Mrs. N. E. Irwin Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ray Finley, Mr. Woolworth stores throughout the Mrs. John D. Davis, Jr. as nom- binoff feels they lend themselves wrote the great jazz classic
C. W. Carley, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore and Mrs. Bert Morris, Mr. and South. inating chairman will first pre- to violin equally as in a few weeks, but In transcribing
For Homing, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. Orr Whisennand, Mr. and sent her committee's report, it for violin Rubinoff
1j 1 County Pageant S. 'Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. H.Donohue Mrs. Everett Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Governor Appoints after which Mrs,.Jack C. White, well.A graduate of the Royal spent months in perfectingthe

Mr. and'Mrs.. E. Sykes R. J. McGrady, Mr. .and;Mrs. E. president will call for nomina- Conservatory In Warsaw, Poland arrangement to his satis

s Robert Evans of Evans Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Armitage, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Qldham To Prosecute tions from the floor. Ballotingwill Rubinoff knew as a faction.He .
owns Phipps ticket sales Bill Stephens
Hardware store ano-general-chair- ; ;, Crook. .Mr; and Mrs. C. A. Hor- Crystal, ,Mr. :.and Mrs. Forrest then follow. child the martial feeling in- was more ferttMMte in
man of the Miss' Osceola County Gould., ushers; secretary Mrs. toi ..'.Mr.- and :Mrs: 1t "S. Ayres, Heddenr-Mr: "and Airs: Clauddl State-Attorney Gordon,.G. Old. The regular business meeting gpired':t>y the Immortal Polonaise. preparing the -. 1-stirring
Pageant: 'has announced the Vita. Mr. and Mrs. A. Brideson. Mr. Sapp. ham Jr. of Leesburg has been and election of officers will-be Even with freedom today Warsaw Concerto M Ute Composer -
Winner of the
names of committee 'chairman Miss Osceola and Mrs. C. E. Platt. named by Governor Farris Bryant gin at eight pjn. but all auxiliary confronted with tyrannyand Afafcard A&ffin, _
County Pageant, will win the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mount, Mr to prosecute 19 cases pending members and their husbandsare treachery as Chopin worked with him on the transcribed
assist.him in the
coming right to participate in the Miss and Mrs. L. M. Loomis, Mr. and Antique Show To Be in Osceola County Circuit Court. invited to a pot luck supper knew it. the opus is appropri- I violin version.
Pageant to be held at the Tup- Florida
Contest. The crowned
girl Mrs. T. W. Bullett, Mr. and Mrs. ,Held This WeekendFinal He was appointed at the requestof in the Elks dining room at seven.
Auditorium !I
perware February Miss Florida will receive an $1,-
Arthur L. (Mike) Steed state
14th. 000 scholarship and compete for Ninth Judicial Members are requested to bringa Outstanding Speakers i
Nazarenes Celebrate7th attorney: for the dish'of
the Miss America 1963 crown and plans for the Antique Circuit. their own choosing, (
I Show to be held this week plus their own place settings.
The Entries Committee will be the $10,000 first prize scholarship. Anniversary Oldham will represent the
headed by Mrs. Maureen Parker; The following contestants have end, February 9 and 10, have state in cases ranging from.manslaughter -

staging, Tony Ponticelli; awards, been entered to date: Jean I Tht seventh anniversary of been completed. This show is to lewd assault. Blood Donor Day Scheduled To SpeakPlans e
Mrs. Rose BobroU; souvenir pro! Broyles, Myrice Stills, Sharon the Kissimmee-Church of the sponsored for the benefit of
gram book, Tom Smith; judges, Lee Gehrett, Judy Roehrich, Suz- Nazarenes observed at The Osceola Art and Culture Set For Feb. 19
Russell Thacker, parade, Maurie zanne Wilson, Rosemary Reed, services held was Sunday followed Center, Inc. and will be held Boy Scout Honor have been completed for Southern Baptist Foreign Board
Walters; publicity, Bill Hammond Carol Jean Wysong, Judy Williams in the old Tarcai Feed Store. Meet Blood Donor Day will be the presentation of two outstanding for nearly 40 years. He served
; hostess, Rita Hunt; budget Bobby Jo Hodola and Judy by dinner on the grounds building at the corner of Main Campers held Tuesday, February 19th. speakers, part of the Florida as a missionary to Nigeria, sec
and finance. Steve Miller; Horace Kay Guynn. and a seven tiered cake. and Vine Streets at the stop Three Kissimmee Scouts and at the Kissimmee Hospital Chain of Missions, on Monday, retary for Africa, Europe and
With a membership of 286, light. No admission charge has from 3 to 6 pm. Everyone is February llth. Near East and special repfesenta-
1 the church has averaged a been set but a free will donation one adult Scouter were inducted urged to donate at this timeas Miss Alice Schaefer, who served tive to European Baptist He
into the Order of the
I gain of 41 per cent per yearor I will be taken. Boy withdrawals from the com- with the United PresbyterianBoard crossed the Atlantic on miNion
FEBRUARY IS HOUSEHOLDER'SCLASSIFIED Sunday. Their! Scout Honor Camper's brother-. of Missions from 1923 to
one per Many interesting exnibits munity reserve have been business 44 times before rearing
record attendance has been hood, at ceremonies held at heavy. 1961, will speak at 10:45 ajn. In for the second time In 1960
will be Osceola His-
MONTH! displayed. Camp LaNoChe Saturday night I For an appointment call the First United Presbyterian The Florida Chain of Mission
343.Rev.. Fred Toms was unanimously I torical Society will have a Those inducted were Scouts Terry: Ruth Padgett at the Osceola Church here. Following her ad- ary .Assemblies seeks to presenta
recalled to serve the special exhibit of objects and Stills and Raymond Icaza of County Health Department. dress there will be a round table picture of the world need for

church. This was his first pas- documents pertaining to the Troop 291, Explorer Scout Joe luncheon In the educational build- Christ, which transcends denomi-
During the month of February we will run torate.. He came here as a local history of Osceola County and Woodward of Post 291, and Lewis ing at which time guests may national borders. It tries to giveto

special non-commercial classified ads for the preacher, later served as its early settlers. R. Johnson, advisor of Post 291. American LegionTo meet Miss Schaefer and ask questions the entire community a vision
Two ancient automobiles of Approximately: 230 Scouts and about her work and experiences
low, low price of 45c for 15 words and 3c for a licensed minister and was Hold BarbecueThe by bringing a program that challenges
unusual interest will be Scouters from Central Florida
: at- in the far East not only the church but
ordained three
each additional word. For example years ago. shown. One is a car which tended the ceremonies which Makinson-Carson Post Miss Schaefer served In Bang- people as a whole, including

Sears-Roebuck started to man- saw 110 inducted. No. 10 of the American Legion kok, Thailand, in Canton, China youth and civic leaders,
ufacture and then discontinued. Arrowmen Raymond Cody of and in Hong Kong. She was In
..."..................-.....n...r.d...... Pancake Supper is having a barbecue and A nursery will be provided at
\ The other is a steam car Post 291 Ronald York, Jerry Canton during the invasion the First Baptist Church for the
c-.. ....at 24 f*............. Saturday starting at 5 p.m.
Is ScheduledA and is said to be the only one Stoddard and "Corky Parker" of A choice of chicken or occupation of that city by the morning service and at the First

of this particular model. Troop 291. and Craig Bell, scout- spareribs will be availablethis I Japanese.On Methodist Church for the evening
For only 45c. Get ready for Spring cleaningby Shrove Tuesday pancake Both cars are in running con- master of Troop 291 also attended time, according to Earl Monday evening Dr. GeorgeW. service.Dr. .
supper will be held at St. John's dition. the ceremonies. Bell is adult Yates, chairman. Sadler will speak at the First Olive Fish, president of the
moving unneeded merchandise through the Episcopal Church parish houseon An old violin that was play- advisor to the Kaliga Chapter of Adults will be $1.25, children Methodist Church. Dr. Sadler Kissimmee Council of Churcl

Gazette's classified ad section . Remember, Tuesday, February 26 from 5 ed to entertain President the Order of the Arrow which in- SOc. The public is in served as a former missionary Women is In charge: of local ar

February Is bargain month. Take advantage to 7:30 p.m. Abraham Lincoln will be cludes some 350 boy and adult vited. and administrative official of the i rangements.

of It today. Price will be adults 75 cents shown. Old furniture, dishes, members in the Central Florida -- -

and children 50 cents or a maxi- antique silver and glassware, area. act',
mum of $2.00 per family.HONEYBELLES dolls of all description will be

displayed. Historical documents Charles Eby ElectedTo
pictures, quilts samplers -
handwoven spreads and Fraternity

linens will add interest to the Charles Eby. student at Florida
I f s t (_ displays. Many owners of Southern, has been elected his-

these antiques will be on handto torian of the Theta Sigma Chapter -

is $ tell you the stories of the of Phi Mu Alpha, a national .+ er.

past that are connected with professional music fraternity.
them. Other officers elected were

I LI Hours of the show are from George Kerrick, president; Larry

l t 1:00 p.m. to 8:00: p.m. Satur- Loveday, vice president; Fred
1:00 to Martin secretary; John Wagner r
nf day and from pjn. i
8:00 .p.m. Sunday. treasurer wardem and Tom Odadzen.

r F I Art Mediums For Show SolicitedArt I
v f

and Crafts to be exhibitedat I I wide variety of classes and will

the Kissimmee Valley Livestock be judged in three divisions -

-+ Show, Feb. 20-24. is being ] Hobbyists Professional and Children -
solicited by Mrs. J. H. Watson Ceramic entries will be received -

Chairman, of St Cloud. at the aforementioned
Mrs. Watson announced that time or with Mrs. Ben Coomb.

tt s r M Art competition would consist of Kissimmee or Mrs. ]Dot Bouvierof
i} three mediums; Oil Water Color. St Cloud.
and Charcoal or pastels. Two
AH art and craft
entries per medium, labelled first competitionis
to aH in Osceola
and second choice will be accepted open County.
However the Golden Cub
from each contestant There
of St Cloud have accepted the OFFICERS INSTALLED-Newly elected officer of the Order of Eastern Star
will be three classes Amateur.
Professional and children. Mrs. responsibility of a display of were installed in ceremonies Saturday night. They are, left to right. Delores s...

Clifford Fertic in charge of this Pine Needle. Copper Tooling mers conductress; Ralph Miller associate patron; Alt Ruth Miller associate matron -

sented their PERFORM-The Hone y bells 4H Club are shown as they pre division will be at the Kissim Woodwork, Weaving and Rug ; Carl model worthy patron; Thelma Rolls worthy matron; Margaret MeGoaigal -
new Honeyhelles' Song for 63 at the 4H Achievement Day Saturday.. mee Valley Agricultural Center. Weaving. Anyone desiring to ex- ,associate conductress; Frances Hewitt secretary John Summers teatieei. Second

They are,left to right arsha Eide Joyce Williams Bonnie Lantz Connie Evans, Tuesday, February 19, from: 1:30 hibit in these fields are urgedto row, left to right Mary Gardener organist; Melra Caraahan, Martha; Den.

GiDDY Barber, Susan McKnight Dava Lurie, Polly Suiaback, Vianne Kelley,Mar- to 6:30 p-m.. to receive entries. call Mrs. Frank Wilsey of St. Bateman chaplain; Mary Bennett Ruth Carol Johnston Either; Hattie Cooley,

) Ceramics may be entered in a aoud. Electa; Ann Lawrence marshall;Doris Anthony Adah. (Photo by Hamrick)

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?.The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee. Florida, Thurs., Feb. 7. 1963, :
.. b Rodeo Parade
James Harold Downers Welfare HoursCourthouse At
Services Held for Parker ; --k Call. .
Grove Illinois and daughter
Plans Set Co.
. Furniture
John Earl ParkerJohn Mrs. George Carrico ,Kissimmee.Also .

8 grandchildren and one Entries are being accepted for For Prompt Repair of Your
Earl Parker. 68, of North great grandchild. st ; the big Silver Spurs Rodeo Pa- Changed KfcTfttGfRATORMMMM

Bermuda Avenue. Kissimmee Funeral services were held at a rade to be held in Kissimmee on 47-1171
passed away in an Orlando hospital 10:30: a.m. Tuesday from the Saturday the 23rd of February.All .

Friday afternoon.A Grissom Chapel. with Pastor . entries must be registeredwith Beginning Monday. February: the Eastern part of the County
native of Phillipsburg New Henry Young. Minister of Trinity the Kissimmee Chamber of 4, the hours that a social worker andill keep office hours in STOVES- RfFKfGfXATOftS
Jersey, he moved from Carlyle. Lutheran Church, officiating. Commerce. from the Florida State Depart- the new St. Cloud County building -
Indiana to Kissimmee 18 months Casketbearers were Messrs.Lloyd Formation will be at the lakefront ment of Public Welfare will be each Monday and Wednesdayfrom USED

ago.He Bradley Don Graham and all participants must in the office in the Court House 8:30 to 12:30. FURNITURE

was a retired construction Walter Grant. Charles Hoke Ed be in place by 9:30. George Rey- were changed.Mrs. During those hours, she, like SeweH-Thurmond
contractor and was a member of Parrell and James Sawrey. Inter- nolds and his mounted posse will Martha Tucker will be in Mrs. Tucker will make appoint-i
the Lutheran Church. ment followed in O&eola Mem- .4 >e there to direct entrants to the office. Monday, Wednesdayand ments and will take applicationsfor 1015 Wost Church ORLANDO

Survivors include o n e son. ory Gardens. Grissom Funeral their- assigned spaces. Friday from 8:30 to 12:00 the four categories of Public

Home was in charge of arrange Especially welcome will be until further notice. At those Assistance; Old Age Assistance.
CARD Of THANKSw. ments. horses and horse drawn vehicles times she will set up appoint Aid to the Blind, Aid to the Dis Christian Science
wish U thnk It. Idly for his and all entries should be deco- ments to receive applications for abled and Aid to Families of De- Society
..eIiat w.t.ad.9 sir Meads sad rated with the rodeo theme according -
assistance to those over 63. blindor pendent Children. Each Wodnosday i p.m.
aslghh.n f.their hiadaas. f... ...
Gilbert Stuart Dick Makinson
to parade 309 N.
Roy disabled and for those Randolph
having Mrs. ,
Thompson too will be in
Mp ia HM ... ....
racMt de.th.f wed
chairman. He further asked that . .
-a ss dependent children in their care. the Unit office in Winter Park Sra4 y tenrirai 11 sn.
Mn.Edith soon, Died TuesdayRoy automobiles and motorized prod- Mrs. Tucker will also be responsible each Tuesday and Thursday idq SdI... , , tH....
Capt.John B.Sooy&Family Gilbert Stuart 74, winter ucts be limited to one per firm for those cases in'

visitor to Kissimmee from Mears. HONORED COUPLE-Mr. and Mrs. Murray Grove of and that it be appropriately dec- which children are involved. Miss

LEARN BARBERING Michigan, passed away Tuesday College Springs, Iowa were the couple singled out to be orated. "We want all kinds of Yvonne Hufstetler will continueto

insure Year fatire la awellpayt.g morning.He especially honored by the chamber of commerce at the bands, marching. units, etc. to work with the aged blind or
pr.rnsiu. was a native of Clark. of the Kissimmee All States participate and they will be admitted disabled but will not
Day >iht CU e* meeting Tourist Club last afternoon persons
to the
,'.A. Approved South Dakota and was a retired Tuesday. All other members of the club who have been rodeo free Saturday if i have office hours in the Court IuWr.ToMpT.
Orlando Barber College farmer and grain elevator !:>era- performance they House to take applications.Both .
3399 S. Or Bt. Blossom Tr. I married 50 years or more were also honored. (Photo by are in uniform Makinson added. Mrs. Tucker and Miss
GA W875 tor.He Hamrick) The parade will kick off at 10
member of the Masonic
I was a Hufstetler will be in the Unit office -
ajn. sharp from the Chamber of
Lodge. in Winter Park each Tues-
Survivors include his wife lyn 90, who passed away Jan. 28. County for the past 55 years. Commerce on Monument Ave. It .
Flower* For All Occasions day and Thursday until further
Amelia C. Stuart. One son, Arthur A retired Mason, he moved to He was a World War I Veteran -will proceed west on Monumentto notice. a

ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST Gilbert Stuart Coldwater Sebring in 1925 from Pennsylvania and a member of the IOOF Broadway up Broadway to Mrs. Agnes Brinson who has l , 1
and moved Kissimmeefive and Oak and then down the west
to Hill Baptist Church, Drury
:Michigan. Two daughters, Mrs been with the Florida State De- FENS Fl!F
years ago. Loughman. side of Broadway to the Emmett GAS 6 (
A. J. Crofford Burr Oak. lich partment of Public Welfare over
He is survived by daughters. Survivors include his wife intersection and back up Broadway -
and Mrs. Lester A. Walters.
i41.4S11r igan 25
25 UOADWAT years resigned January 31
Mrs. Pearl Godwin. Kisimmee: Duaine A. Rouse; two sons, Monument.. The paradewill uownt..KraaE MAs
Sturgis. Michigan. Two stepdaughters -
and a replacement has not beenemployed DELIVERIES
:Mrs. James Benjamins Mrs. Gladys Greeno Troy Pa.: Charles Donald Rouse, Daven- disperse at Monument and however YatSfeO 4AS
Royal Oak. :Michigan and :Mrs. John Marzulla. Spring Lake.N. port and Norman Harold, Kiss- Lakeshore Drive. as soon as AND
possible there will be four social -
ELEVENTH SEASCJNI.H Mrs. Wayne Hill. Hollywood. J.: sons, Fay Allyn Detroit. immee; one daughter Mrs. Ed Entrants bringing horses on t00A1N6 NIAiINaAE/AI.EAA110N
workers again in Osceola
.Ft-OR 10* Three George Krum. :\Iich.: Paul. East Point Ga.: Thompson, Islamorado, Fla. Al- trucks are asked to unload on SERVICE
step-sons Charles Miami 31 the vacant lot on Lakeshore be- County.
: grandchildren so seven grandchildren. _
LAKE WALES Decatur, Michigan Jean C. :Mrs. Dolores Thompson will -
at Krum. and James Stears both and ten great-great gran4- Funeral services were held at tween Drury and Dakin. Busses The GREEN'S FUEL trademark U your Guarantee of Satisfaction.
continue to serve her clients in
7 children. 2 o'clock Sunday at the Oak Hill should park and unload on Lake- With our own refineries vast underground and above-
E3. IP THRU APR 2V Kalamazoo Michigan.and Also I Interment was in Sebring under i I Baptist Church, with ,the Rev. shore between Monument and ground storage faculties, plus our own railroad tank car fleet,
grandchildren great
you can always depend on reliable .
a supply.GREEN'S
grandchild.The i direction of the Riedel Funeral i James W. Wooten and the Rev.J. Ruby. Hospital Auxiliary gas
Home. Oliver Campbell officiating. -

SEATING 535XX3T and memorial remains services were and cremated inter- Casketbearers were Messrs. Al. I Winners Posted To Hold SaleThe FUEL 1

ment will be later in Sturgis. fred Munson. Archie Munson, St. Cloud Auxiliary r
Jack W. Rouse 70 Hospital
r Dee Wooten. Dick Wooten, Ellis Winners of the Grissom Tour- 1
:Michigan. Grissom Funeral Home will hold a baked goods-
;nament last week Bert Everett
in charge of Died TuesdayJack Wooten and Wiley Wooten Inter- sale 9th be
was arrangements. rummage February
I ment followed in Osceola Mem-I and Earl Rowsey first; Harlen ginning at 8:30: a.m. in the Ma n n:"':; .:.a
Holcomb and Ed Hansen secondin
WITH JSEF Mftei* ory Gardens. Grissom Funeral ,
sonic building MassachusettsAve.
Funeral Services Winfred Rouse 70, of Home was in charge of arrange the men's division and Laura on PARKS FURNITURE CO.
Campbell Station Kissimmee, Hansen and Grace Holcomb, first
Held for A.W. I' ments. "See Us For Your Gas Appliances''
Allyn passed away in an Orlando hos and Paarl Snyder and Marian

pital Tuesday afternoon. : Rice, second in the ladies' divi- Legion AuxiliaryTo KISSIMMEE ST. CLOUD

Funeral services were held A native of Toronto, Ohio; he i Betty Paulk Circle I sion. 847-4171 892-2011
Tuesday for Arthur Wiliam Al- I had been a resident of Osceola.PRESTIGE .i i Babe Lemenager and Marie Meet TonightThe
f Met With Mrs. Shaver
Rowsey won first place in the
The Betty Paulk Circle of the I ladies' main division of the Amateur American Legion Auxiliary
gill hold their regular montnly
Tournament at Lake Wales.
First :Methodist Church met.
Cast of 1 50 Bersons I :Monday afternoon at the homeof ,,!I Consolation winners were Lou neeting at the Legion Home
HOMES Mrs. b. B. Shaver. Mrs. Taylor and :Myrtle Moore first, Thursday, February 7th, at 8 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING +

E FORMANCES SACK 1! Louise McMillan was co-hostess.,(and Eva Borghi and Elsie Crow- .3.m.
TUESDAY TNUWSQAV, SATURDAY BUILT Twenty one members and four:':fey, second. The meeting will follow a covered I

FOR YOU visitors attended the meeting.I dish supper to be held at The Board of Adjustment will meet at 7:30:

Go FfMjjtfe* By _____ which; was conducted by Mrs.I: TEMPERATURES II L R f p.m. P.M., Thursday, February 14, 1963. City Commission y
Bertha Papenhagen leader. Mrs. Jack Underwood an I
: I Tues. 1.29 ._.." 72 460 Room, City Hall to hear the following:
Mrs. Vera Murphy presented infant daughter Janice Lynnof
ADMISSION *Z.*K- *> SO S3.OOICMO.OMCM George L. ReynoldsFor j the program on the United NaJ -:: Wed. 1.30 ...- d_ 78 55 0 Schenectady have been vis Request of Dr. H. A. Strasser for a special
UNDER 1C Hir Htice I :1 Thnrs. 1.31 .... 81 55 0
p build office
J lions speaking on UNESCO. iting with Mrs. Underwood'sparents exception to a professional building
77 620
Further Information Call 847-2856 847-2266 The next meeting of the circle I UH pH" Dr. and Mrs. George in RC-1 district
PHONE 2OS 11 I.AE WALES or Sat. 2.2 p- 80 55 0 a multiple family dwelling) ; I
j will be held March 4 at the home I Beauchamp.
Wimc Box 71 I-AKE WAVES "I of Mrs. Noble Seaman. Sun. 2.' -- 75.a5 .75 and a side yard variance on Fleming Street; on I

-tIon.. 2-4 ._ 80 52 .25 the following described
.. property:
x ''f '-: !l' -- Have Peace Lots 12 and 13 less NJV 110.Lot 13, William

Ao-, A.Bos well's Subdivision. commonly known as

/ 4 GET ABUT ':'_ 4-- -1 ; Of Mind the northeast corner of the intersection of

Brack and
YOU With a Compact
2-Request of M. P. Mickler and Son, Inc., fora

WON'TFOEGET ': VI Color Phone special exception and variance to replace an

existing warehouse in a RA-1 (single family residential -

\; ) district, on the following described pro-

-" ', '\ perty: ,
t '
Ma'a w 1 6'x Beginning at a point intersection of Dakin
r c I Ave. and Tohopekaliga Ave. for POB run

r 111111: NWly along the NE'ly line of Dakin Avenue,

135.55' NE'ly at the right angle 146.01 to the

E line of Blk. 25 run S'ly along said E line to

FORD DEALER ANNUAL Ideal room extension for any POB., commonly known as the northwest corner

I of Drury and Tohopekaliga Avenue.

Half the size of a regular 3-Request of Mr. Sam L. Lupfer for a side-

WNTIER SPECIALS J.J.I phone yard variance to erect a carport in an RC-1

NEIL H. BOWLES Dial glows in the dark (multiple family) district; said carport to be
I Add A Phone "Adds A erected to the property line; on the following
Neil BowlesI Lot Of Living"For described
I! To Give colors, costs call W. 65.58 ft., Lot 4, Blk. C, W. A. Patrick's


i The redeeming power of scientific Corporation Charles Jackson,

spiritual healing will be Kissimmee Business City Manager.
the topic of a lecture on Christian -
Trade now for a hand- Office 847-3151 .
Science to be given here
some new middle- I Sunday Feb. 10, 1963 by Neil III
weight Fairlanel Big H. Bowles of Atlanta. Georgia.
-- car advantages at Bowles will speak in CammuI -

compact cost. Ninemodelsincluding | nity House Monument Ave. .,
at 3 p.m. under the auspices of
new middleweightwagons j. Christian Science Society. Hisi I

and hardtops. i subject will be Christian Science :

!'I' Meets Humanity Needs.

A member of The Christian ,
Science Board of Lectureship
:Mr. Bowles is currently on na
Save on a big Ford I -
I tionwide speaking tour. An authorized -
Enjoy Ford Galaxie'snew : teacher and practitioner : '-.
$VO Million Ridein .. .
] of Christian Science he served I .
a luxurious sedan : for nine Committee .
years as on "
hardtop wagon, or I Publication for the State of Geor I Dream '
convertible all with {gia. He has served from time to plans come ; :,1 ; :
I II .1
service-saving features time as speaker on the radio ;

I'"I Heals.series" "How Christian Science' true in these :t.1! : J 1.: I :! I i

A native of Chicago, Illinois, I 1\\ '
Mr. Bowles established and a ,

I'operated mortgage his and own insurance real estate firm., ':.! GENERAL ELECTRIC !: I --11 .

Mow's the time to get a
12Lk i He withdrew from business in
wagon from America'swagon 1W2 to devote his full time toI I: BUILT-IN

specialist! the public practice of Christian I t .
Choice of 15 ; ;
wagonsin : Science healing. He became a :
4 sizes includingthe ; teacher of Christian Science in
'63 Ford Galaxie i 11949. I :

Country Sedan illus ,
trated here. i SAND ROCK KI"CHENSO





FLORIDA 847-4171 ...Hl1
KISSIMMEE Phone: 847-3524


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) Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee. Florida Thurs.. Feb. 7, 1963 3 high-SchooL Kissimmee Elemen- QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED.TOIKL-IIIC.PRICES-OPYBIMMT GOOD_Thru....FEBRUARY 9thWIMNDIIIK .
tary School teachers enrolled SAV
are Mrs. George Bast Jr., Mrs. 4 r +
School News
Elementary Pat B. Redgrave, Mrs. Lois W. You
can depend on WinnDixieto
Grissom, Miss Mary Margaret have the finest for
I By Peggy Bradbury McBride, and Principal Louis tip ', This week, take advantage of
f Feuerstein. the low sale prices offered
Principal Louis Feuerstein has Sandra Caldwell. There will be no school Friday, \ these top quality Swift Premium on \
Feb. 22. Due to an annual custom
announced the Honor Roll for Sixth grade Honor Roll stu Rodeo Day will be observed. products Another Famous Famous
fifth and sixth grades. Sharing dents for the last grading periodare Brand feature.
honors for the Semester Honor Alice Wooten, Jimmy Muller _
Roll are fifth grade students Suz- Crisyann Muller, Linda Cald- .. 4,.
anna- Fletcher. Paula Shore, Iva well Nancy Stark, Bill Early, Oratorical ContestTo 1 SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED
Kay Milar, and James Yates. Debbie Cody David Dyer, Donna I .
Sixth grade Semester Honor Roll Monell: Colleen O'Mealey, Sharon Be Held at OHS
students are Debbie Cody, David Schmidt Nina Wells, Sara Much interest has been evidenced HAMS
Dyer, Colleen O'Mealey and Jane Langford, Ronnie Munson, I in the :American Legion '0 a 1
Nina Wells. Bonita Lee, Lynn Jewell, Cathy sponsored Oratorical Contest to Op STOR ES ,
Honor Roll students for the Prentice, Karen Beckett, Judy be held during the week of Feb- .
last grading period include fifth i Williams Dug Walls Shere Ivey ruary 18-23, according to Mrs.
I' grade students Wayne Bovis, Sue I and Cindy Herzberg.An Grace Makmsbn, member of the LB.
Elliott, Suzanne Fletcher, Paula Educational Leadershipcourse Osceola High School faculty. 4 $299
Shore, David Suldo Iva Kay: is being offered by exten- Finalists in this nationwide w 1 CAN
Milar, Cynthia Roberson, Robert sion from the University of Florida school program receive scholarships
Hartley, James Yates, Glenn this semester. This class as high as $4,000.Duplicate .
Rogers, Debbie Northrop, and meets once a week at the Osceola PULL CUT ROUNDSteaks

Bridge .

f WHY FAY MORE Results Mr and Listed Mrs. HaIsten End. LB. 881 H E N S

._. w resen, who come from Norwayvia .
- IjI1iItliJ1YIv/ Staten Island, N. Y, to St. SIRLOIN or TBONESteaks '
Cloud took first place East- .
West in the duplicate bridge QUICK FROZEN
contest at the Episcopal Par. 4 to 6 Ib. Ar(. 39'
ish House last night. Mrs. LB. LB.:
Mae Schrieber and Mrs. Amy ;:
Harrington, both of St. Cloud,
Hood Soft Rinse all .
pampen took second place.NorthSouth CHUCK a}

your pocketbook washables, too!-Fluffs and your tow- Y<,..,N, 1 ; was won by : SWIFTS
''- Hood Mrs Rowena Jewell and Mrs. I
els and diapers to fleecy soft. { '"u'n Art ScalIi and second place Roast 591 PCUODN
1 esa.. Leaves fabrics so deep "' Sag* went to Mrs. Miles Sharp and LB.
wrinkle-free that ironin '. ,
Mrs Frances Rogers.
easy-when necessary at alL RINSE, The 'next contest will beheld I
le ,
i""' Maif
Monday February 18.
The complete fabric softener v

at the eeonomy price. ers 7:30 are p.m.invited and all to bridge bring their play- LB.PKG.. BROWN CURED SUGAR

l HOOD SOFTRINSE'-H licate.favorite partner and. play dup--I Beef 5 $199 : LB.. 49;

Barracks 1068 I

Elects Officers- I
1 1f
f Veterans of World War Y.I I Boston Butts YOUR I CHOICE I \
Barracks 1068 and Ladies
Auxiliary will meet this Fri Free Top a ere to .
day evening February 8th. at WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OFrouR
It's TraditionalThe 7:30 p.m. at the Orange Gar a-ox. CANT Pao Ill Pork Roast
dens Community Building, Astor ray e a.DOD I Detergent
714 George Street Orange .
familiar expression,"Your wishis Gardens, Kissimmee, Florida. TNRU L.RYART iYl4AT
our command," is an apt de- The following elected officers is ANY WINN-DIXIE
l scription of our efforts to follow the were installed at the last ARROW
family's wishes in conducting the regular meeting held January
r : : funeral service; Riedel service has 11? 1963: Corliss Stalnaker I.i Lb. 39 X giant box 39;
traditionally been centered around Commander; Abe Couch, Sr.i' .
MEMBER the family's wishesRIEDEL Vice Commander: Charles j! iiFree 0P Y a ae Stam $ SAVE 20*
Kramer. Jr. Vice Commander
OF THE George Carnall. Judge Advo- I I'I'o
r rile. r t N IDA Get OLD
Butt cater; William Murray. Chap-I j DIXIE DARLING Enriched DETERGENT ,. Save 30_

GO'ii III lain master; Fred; Morris Hengen James, Quarter.3 Year 0000 afar TMRU n.RUART M .TN: Bread 2 1 14-oz. 2 9 y Tide GIANT BOX 49

Trustee. AT ANY WINN DIXIE Lvs. ...
} 24 HOUR. :5 ,me'AM8U.ANCF I- the AujtiiJ3J>y-->f fleers-fire: I t.1 _ _ .- <-; : --- Limit one with $1.00 food order.
'' .Dorothy Stambaugh. Presi- ...
\ \ IQJf f.M.ME tT.. 'SIR! IT' .
&RVICE \.KISSIMMEE ." JfORIDAA I jjeiit; Anna St@luer.I : Sr. Vice -
.President: Maudie James, Jr. '
1 Vice President: Beatrice
847-3188 Phone: I r Pearman, Chaplain; Josephine 50 Free To p Value Sta.ps SO Free Top Value Stamps 50 Free Top Vallie Stlll"t s
i Mabel Sercombe Conductress FOUR 107 CANS OMt 40-OX. JAR DEEP.OUTH FAMILY .
; Mae-CarnaU, Guard. I rep n ma R'ie S Peanut utter Or eat i oaf i' Paste
t'' rTXI' All eligible Veterans and]I I ... .
Ladies are urged to attend !
r t? to 19
j wr I second Friday evening of each J I
month at the above comltlun..1
;jitv Building: at 7:30: I
Fresh Tender Young .... IHtf ....* . STANDARD

1 I Pole I Beans .229 I Tomatoes DIXIE DARLING LAII' Grits; . S.v. I"* 9/

[ rLkl Fancy Rice3 35/
U. S. NUMBER 1 SWIETPotatoes ,

UIBY'S CS or feU- . S.Y.
5 49 : J.2.9

!.iYe 4Vi* Uch . ASTOR Y.H.w GN ifPeaches

L 9 e. Eggs 2 DOL 89 I. S.T. If LechCocktail ASTOR FraH 30a

5 1.
MORTON SaUibury, Meat Loaf, Chicken, Turkey, Ham
ch DEL MONTE (FloMppfo-GraHfrvM'

1 i Dinners 2 POR89sf.Di; 'k . 4 X6.01.Cant '1.BLUE .

I .. BAY Ufkt M..t ......kI

f. I N MORTON Lemon, Chocolate, Banana, Coconut, .N.opoHten. Tun a . . 4 No.?K/ *1.S ..

1 2 Family 89' T 2 lech . VAN CAMP F rk 0a4

WASHER Creami'ies. Si*. Beans. .8-1..

-4;? 2SPEIDS2CYCLES 1.-f-1 , \\-f

I ._... 'b41llitI *_ ...4 _

.. V fr-.na"....
e .t..tr.lill r 4xtt\ Ubrkt.>pt... Wish *,... "I(.

f.Vric. S,..."tp"'"*4..it4.IKtte.fw.l.fin ta Lr.1.r..y cntrU I i /Mayonnaise' fAst CofE
fcf cycle"Sect- r
>W -
.......stir .,_i..tial list. M.4. ..., .
COMPARE 12-LI. CAPACITY talus Ur f.I.i3y. South .
NEW rash. itstrio... M Deep 1
GENERAL 1lb. can _

WITH 12 lli $ SAVE 30s .
ni MODELS OTHER ;#:. 1.11 w...vttaea tI... 199 .. .

TradeCO2 I Kraft 3 9/ / Coffee 38;

-- .#
PARKS FURNITURE .. :- 1 Limit 1 with $5.00 Umlt 1 with $5.00
I food order. food order. ,

KISSIMMEE 847-1171> ST.892-2011 CLOUD L-I _T-...-_ -...--.


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The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee. Florida Thurs.. Feb. .,. 1963 Revival Crusade at Episcopal BargainBox I for example Eastern and ties in Sarasota. and through
Talent Show To al Airlines have taken Nation-I'the resulting competition "every

Christian ChurchA ScheduleIn dating the report on air faciUI!month the reports get better".
r r' -
one-week Revival Cru response to numerous requests -

sade will open Sunday morning the Bargain Box, is THEKISSIMMEE
Be At FairA
t 4. Christian merchandise .
i at the First now set up to handle

tltfLtfLhlfLlJ I Church with J. J. Musick of on a consignment bas- I WR D GAZETTE

Elizabethton, Tennessee is. Talent Show will hold the A meeting of all those concerned -

preaching in the 11:00 wor. Anyone desiring to sell spotlight in the final evening with art crafts and evening
A .I.It. H. Parry Yew.Mler
ship service. Mr. Musick will clothing furniture sporting show of the 19th Annual Kissim]programs will be held at 7:30,

../J; By BETTY EBY preach in evening services al goods household items, etc. mee Valley Livestock Show February .Thursday evening at the Kissim Offices: 24-26 Stewart Are. 0))
7:30, Sunday through Friday 23 and directed Valley Agricultural Center '
Song leader and soloist wit through the Bargain Box may produced 1 mee r Telephone l 8472881Entered
deliver items to the old par- by> Mrs. Rita Boudrieau proprietress ,Auditorium.
IL. be Arnold K. Pressey, minis ,
ish house on Dakin Street in of the St. Cloud Mar-
of First Christian Churt-l
I ter a* S* on of St. Cloud. downtown Kissimmee Fridayor Mil Shop. 1 Continued from 1) !In the Peat office at KttfBine, Fla.
ARCADE On the birthday list this week Special nights will be featured Saturday each week. The Young talent will have an op- ( page

are Rex and David Walker Jes- as follows: owner of such merchandisewill portunity to show their obility in Published Thursday at Kissmme, Florida
sie Mae McMasters Chris Colombo Sunday Preachers' night be allowed to set his the Talent Show inaugerated as industries that could 'not get by

Willis Smith. Margaret Tyner, Monday Family night; Tuesday value on each item and the a part of the Livestock Show'sexpansion up North attracted by cheap LEO SC1IUMAKER

Charles Harrelson, Brooks Paulk. Bible School Teachersand Bargain Box will set the ac program to include labor and free land. We don't Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION .
THEATREMATINEES Mrs. E. J. Parker. Peg Carroll Workers' night; Wednes tual selling price.If community centered programsfor want that. And we do not propose

Gennell Standridge, Ray Barrette, day, Elders' and deacons you have things that you those with interests other to industrialize Sarasota RATES .
Gertrude Williams, Pete Schellen- night; Thursday, Puzzle night than cattle and agriculture.The County, but to get a balanced
no longer need but you do I Six months, $2.50; one year $4.00; two years, $7.60
bery, Dick Murphy, Mary Ruth: Twenty persons have been se this is show will be open to any economy.
not wish to give
Veihman Henson Wilder, Bertha lected each of whom will be away for m of talent presentation: "No we don't advertise. You.1l1

SATURDAY AND SUNDAYS Cotton, Marian Ramsey Lois given one piece of the puzzleon an opportunity to dispose of comedy, monologue vocal or Instrumental find very few industries have

2:30 P.M. Ellen Graessle, T, S. Parks, Sunday morning. These them.If dancing, baton twirling been brought South by those big

EVENING PERFORMANCES Vianne Kelley, Gene Carranza. 20 must be present witl you have items that you are a few suggestions but do ads; their pull is negligible com- BIG CAPACITY

Funie Steed, Mike and David guests to assemble the puzzleon I wish to give away the Bargain not limit the type of presenta- pared with the right conditions.And .
7 P.M. Suldo Mary Ellen Sylvester Wily Thursday night; Friday Box will be glad to pick them : I we believe in upzoning land
FRI. and SAT., FCB 8 9 bert Marshall, Louise Putnal, Youth night. up. Call Mrs. Tyner at 847- tion.Rita Boudrieau very capably only to agricultural until a tract

"TWO nam TO 'AIlS". Perry Padgett Joann Staats, The nursery will be oper 4835 or Mrs. Wilson at 847- managed the Livestock's first I' is actually needed for an Indus 1 427 L8S. .

Jeey. DM Donald Ray Jordan, Bud Ellison, for every service, for childrerof 4328.The two Baby Shows which were try. When you zone too much I
-Gary Crasby
Beatrice Combs, Doug Thomas 3 years and under. Bargain Box is the pro- crowd pleasers and produced land as industrial the price of ,

Md"MGHrOWlKD I Wendall Ketchum Hoy Bums, W. ject of the Episcopal Church- bevy of beautiful babies. This land tends to get pushed out of I

BW:* W. Roberts, Jessie Smith. Best Box Supper To Be women of St. John's and all year Tom Kessler of the Jo-Mar the market; we find it's better I IN SAME

Willard Porker-AIGto. Keys wishes to each of you., profit is used for church and Shop in Kissimmee will sponsor to wait until the industry is readyto ,.
... Held
hi Saturday NightAn i
Mrs. Rena (Atkin had as her
community work.Methodist the Baby Show, Thursday night come in. s_ I SPACEASA
weekend guest Mrs. Martha Ray- old fashioned box supper february 22. No registration is "Our existing industries give :

TENNESSEEWiL611U413' moth of Bridgeman Michigan and will be held Saturday, Feb. 9, in Church required for the babies. us our best leads (on prospec- REFRIGERATORTOTAL

entertained 12 ladies in her honor the bungalow of the First Meth- Application blanks for the Tal- tive newcomer businesses.) Mar .
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ray- ent Show are available at the tin-Orlando would be one of
odist Church sponsored by the Plans ExpansionMembers your
moth visited Puerto Rico and the II l CONTACT
GREAT FIRSTCOMEDYI Islands and is spendingthe Methodist Youth Fellowship. Mar-Mil Shop in St. Cloud and jest sources. FREEZING
Virgin Everyone is welcome and the of the First Methodist the Ingram Shop in Kissimmee. : Bob Cody, Rotary president
rest of the /winter at PeAsa- from solid
ladies are asked to bring a decorated Church recently voted to con- Prizes trophies and ribbons called for a case history of the I _
cola, her birthplace.Wes box containing food for duct a building fund campaign to will be awarded to the winnersof help to existing industries and ,, shelves9.POS1TIOH
Sam Lupfer III, .
Westover the second section of the the Talent Show.A ;k
Charles Jackson, Dick Luzadderand two, with her name inside..These finance Morrison offered this: ? TEMPERA.
will be auctioned off and the educational building.The full schedule of evening pro- "There was a sheet metalworking
Bob Berlinsky went deep sea
fishing out of Stuart last Thurs- money will go to the youth's pro campaign to raise $100,000 grams are scheduled for the outfit that was about too TURE CON-
jects. will get underway April 15 and livestock Show starting Wednes- ; out of business. Now, out of TROL from 0
that of
day. Reports are
seasick thinking will run through May. It will be day with the. Annual Gopher 90,000 people over in our county' to 10-below
quintet got just
about the adventure and turned Grace Lutheran conducted by Carlyle Sweet of Derby[ sponsored by Pete Hunt I ve're using actively some 300f 'I -- ADJUSTABLE -

back at the junction. The rest Ft. Lauderdale who headed the Thursday the Baby Show Fridaythe ) them and these include re- / Model DOOR

of the group reported a very Guild To Meet drive for funds for the first Childrens Pet Show sponsored :ired factory managers cost ac- I CA222 SHELVES

good day and several good by Lou Tarcai of the Food jountanting experts, specialistsf cleaning
M.G-M catches.: The Women's Guild of Grace new building will be built and Farm Supply. oPnies will be all sorts. Out of these we I

PbSIrtIJiocl and Mrs. E. C. Cooper. .Lutheran Church, St. Cloud, will adjacent to the first and the par- admitted as a special pet classin jot a group together to study the
Mr. meet Feb. 7 the home of Mrs. sonage will be moved to a tractof this show.. The big finale will xwnpany's situation.!
rider have returned to their !Louise Kuert 524 PennsylvaniaAve. land donated to the church by be the Talent Show .Saturday "The man had thought he desperately I GENERALBELECTRIC
home Ohio afteran
at Newark
., 12:30 p.m. for a luncheon the Bronson family. night. needed more capital.
extended visit with their
meeting. Members are remindedto Our people found he didn't at all. !
son and daughter-in-law, the bring their Missionary Mite Woman's club To They found he needed some cost
Show To BeHeld i
At..t Don N Cooperriders.' Boxes. Hobby Present Triple TreatThe accounting, some sorting out and I

The Wednesday evening Bible 13thThe organizing on his accounts receivable -
Class is continuing its study of Kissimmee Woman's Club and accounts payable, a

the- Book of Ruth. The class met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. better organization of his busi-

NOW SERVING JSCEOLA COUNTY'ROBLEM meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Chapel. 10th annual Hobby Show, Fred Conard presiding.Mrs. :ness. And his place was in what
sponsored by the Kissimmee All Charles Gaylord, chair- i has become residential area, ONly$19991'I

Jennie Hutton States Tourist Club will be held man of the community beautific- making his land and building
WATER P ? February 13th from 12 to 5:30 ation and conservation committee much too valuable for such

Circle To MeetThe p.m. It is open to all residentsin presented an interesting program use; he was advised to sell it i

IRONODORSULLIFETIME >HUR-HARD-TASTE the area who would like to concerning beautification and move into a newly created I By.any mature... .
Jennie Hutton Circle of the 'I '
participate. projects in and near Kissimmee.The industrial park. :
TAN IK GUARANTEE First United Presbyterian Church Displays of artificial flowers, luncheon and style show "All told, our volunteers got )t There b nothing'just, good as"General Electric 1

RESIDENTIiCOMME!&L will meet in the educational build- jewelry, paintings, ceramics, antiques given by the club last year was him back on his feet and backon I i
ing 12th at 2:30 I
February p.m. novel collectionsand
carvings '
enjoyed by so many women in the right track, and they got
Devotional leader will be Mrs.
handwork of all kinds will
RCIAL the community that treatis "
a tremendous satisfaction from it.
,, ;; .. .. Myron Dole. Mrs. May Hawkinswill be on hand 'according to Mrs. II
"9--- "' :, being arranged for Thursday.Feb. -..j.lonisonsaid the -300-plus volunteers --
"' i 'll--- lead the discussion on "God Bess Petersen lchairman- : I Parks Furniture Go.
__ SALES RENTAL_. : Chooses a People'. All entries Ihould be brought 21. Everyone is invited t .to are formed 17.eozmit.1
--- - attend and all assured
are a tees and that some of these have
Hostesses-,viiibe,:Mrs. Al Peterson to the community house betweeh tJ 7 -1-: : --. I!. I
$ h. good 'time.
never held a meeting; "they'resimply
Mrs. William and
Grigsby 9 and 11 a.m. The show will be
Mrs. G. T. Greer.Sorority .. to the public. A buffet luncheon at 12:30 will resource-people our staff KISSIMMEE 847-4171 ST. CLOUD 892.201116th
Century Wate!r ConditioningOLONIAL Coffee and homemade cookies be followed by a style show. can go to when we need an an-
Styles for the ladies will be "
pre- to question.
Assists In swer a
8617 EAST C DRIVE will be served at a nominal fee ,
sented by Ingrains and JoMar Morrison opposes offering special -
between 2 and 4
Cerebral: DriveThe p.m. will present children's styles. concessions to an industrial
The. show committee consistsof "
Card will follow. Donations
games prospect. "Most sound industries"he
PHONE Epsilon Sigma Alpha Mrs. Petersen, and Mmes
will be $2. Reservationsmay said "want to their
BOX 662 277-1085 sorority will again assist in John Benson, Frank Crowley, be made by phoning Mrs. They need roads and pay schools way.and ANNUAL CIRCLE-T RANCH

ORLANDO, FLORID A 277-1087 the annual Cerebral Palsy Otto Gerke E. S. Goodwin James Charles Gaylord, 847-4010. the like more than do a lot of i '
MacGillivray and James McTaggart. -
Drive slated for February10th. After the meeting Mrs. Arthur individual taxpayers and they I I

Logsdon and her committee serv- know it. It's best to keep our |:I
ed delicious refreshments. hats on our heads, not in our

hands, when we talk to a pros- ROEEO

CHEVROLET TRUCK DUALITY Jennie Phillips pect.Among. the ammunition the

Circle To Meet Sarasota County agency does use
K .9'.,6t v.,.{:vAi.,%4sa? Morrison showed list of 48
LSD ?: ? +;ly 42? :y,4a" ,.w :' wk. a reports -
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I Estate writing and must state the place of .the title of the case Is as above styled Court. and you are hereby i correctly stated. If living and if The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmgg. Th"T? Feb7.. 1963 5

NOTICES You and each of you are herebjnotified residence of the claimant and must captioned The real estate involved summoned ordered and required to any of the above named defendantsare hereinafter described real property. to serve a of same upon
IX: THE COURT OF THE COUNTY' and required to present be sworn to by the claimant his !Is the following located In Osceola file your written answer or defenses dead. tthe unknown heirs de- The name of the Court in which I Plaintiffs Attorney.copy Phillip R Keli -
JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. any claims l which you. or eitherof agent or attorney or the same willbecome County. Florida. viz: to the Complaint filed In the ;I\isees. grantees assignees. llenors.I the suit has been Instituted Is the ->. Post Office Box 391. (12 East
void law. LOT TWENTY-SIX 26f. Kl lm- above styled cause In the office of credItors. trustees or other claimants -
, FLORIDA 'OU. mar have against the es- according to Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial Monument Avenue) Kissimmee Fi>-
" tate of Homer J. Perkins deceased. This the 25 day of January. 1963.s mee Highlands Fourth Addition. the Clerk of the Circuit Court for I claiming by' through, underor Circuit of Florida In and for rida. not later than the 12 day ofarch.
late of Osceola Count / Anna W. PerkinsAs according to the Official Plat the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida against any of the above named and
( IX: RE THE ESTATE OF ) ) Florida. to Osceola County. In Chancery. 1963. or decree pro confess
HOMER J. PERKIXS.Deceased.. ) in* County Judge of said Count Administratrix of the thereof as filed and recorded .in and for Osceola County at defendants who are deceased. the title of the case is as above \\ili be entered against you This.
Estate of among the Public Records of Osceola his office in the Courthouse In Kis and all parties having or claiming
r 1- ) at his office In the Court Houseat captioned. The real estate Involvedis notice will be published four consecutive -
I I: NOTICE TO CREDITORS HUslmmee. Florida within six Homer J. Perkins. County Florida. simmee. Florida on or before the to have any right. title or Interest the following located In Osceola time weekly, In The Kissimraee -
c&Iendar months from deceased. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 8th day of March. A.D. 1963. and In the following described property
To all Creditors Legatees. Distributee the date of; County. Florida viz: Gazette on th follow*
I' *. and all Persons having the first publication of this Notice Phillip R. Kelley FURTHER that you are required tc serve a copy thereof on Plaintiffs In Osceola County. Florida to-wlt.! cia,,": February 7. 14. 31 and 28.
. to file to the Complaint attorney whose name and ad- Lot 3 of Columbia Circle according -
Claims or Demands against said Each claim or demand must be In 12 E. Monument Axe.P your answer LOT TWENTY SEVEN. Kissimmee 963-
I' < O. Box 331) filed in this mortgage foreclosure dress are set out below. Should you to the Official Plat of said Highlands. Fourth Addition Circuit Court Seal))
I Kissimmee. Florida proceedings with the Clerk fall to do so. Decree Pro Confesso Subdivision on file in the office according to the Plat thereof as ( GLENN RAY
i BARBECUEYour Attorney for Administratrix ot the Circuit Court for OsceolaCounty \\ill be entered against you. Wit- of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof filed and recorded the /a' Clerk draft Court
1 Chok-ChIcken or Spareribs Jan. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963. at Kissimmee. Florida and ness my hand as Clerk of said Osceola County. Florida, in Public Records of Osceola among County. Oaeeote Cnssty. Florida
to serve a cop of same upon Court and the seal of said Court at Plat Book 1 Page 3S3; Florida.
Saturday.February 9th 5KX to 7:00 P.M.AMBUCAN IX THE COIRT OF THE COUNTY. Plaintiffs Attorney. Phillip R. Keley. Kissimmee. Osceola County. Florida AND YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Phillip. Box R.331 KeUeyP.O.
Post Office Box 331. (12 East this 4th day of February 1963. Heat Ware Wall Heater-35.000
UGION HOME JUDGE TEOLA COUNTY. FURTHER that you are requiredto (112 E. Monument A\ewe)
FLORIDANOTT Monument Avenue) Kissimmee. Florida CT CT. SEAL) BTU Gas. file answer to the Complaint Florida
later the 12 day of GLENN RAY and each of are hereby your
not than You you
filed In this mortgage Plaintiff
Adults for
$1.25 E TO CREDITORS Attorney
ChIldren 50c
:March. 1963. decree confesso Clerk Circuit Court notified that suit to forclose
1 or pro with the Clerk
TN RE THE ESTATE OF proceedings Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963
j IV.rybody Com. HERMAN CARL1CK.. will be entered against you. This Osceola County. Florida mortgage on the above described ot the Circuit Court for Osceola
Deceased. i iTo Notice will be published four consecutive By Ellanore O. Jowers property has been filed against you County. at Kissimmee. Florida and
In The KIs- Deputy Clerk County SavingsBank
times. weekly by The Onondaga
nil Creditors. Legatees. -
and all Persons having> simmee Gazette on" th following Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. a :'OewYork corporation. In
14. 21 and 28. PlaintiffP. Court of Osceola County. -
dates February 7. Attorney for the Circuit
The Ideal Claims or Demands against said 1963. O. Box 492KissImmee Florida. In Chancery. and you
Estate: Florida notified and required CLOSE OUT SPECIAL !
You and each of you are henbynotlfif'lt (Circuit Court Seal) are further
and required to /GLENN RAY Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963. to serve a copy of your Answer or
That Court the Complaint In
Gift Clerk Circuit other pleadings to
.... claim whIch! you. or either of "
-' mJt'ha"e against the estateof Osceola County. Florida is- rnECIRCt.rr COURT FOR said cause upon A. N. SPENCE.
vou.HERL.CARL WICK. deceased Phillip R. Kelley THE"I."TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Attorney at Law. 295 SIC 27th A>e- ABC DELUXE WRINGER-WASHER
Says late of O5ceola CountFlo P.O. Box 331 OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS nue. Miami 3. Florida and file the
rida to the County Judge of said 112 E. :Monument Avenue CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN original In the office of the Clerk I Regular $169:9S
Kissimmee. Florida CHANCERY, NO. 6398 of the Circuit i Court In Osceola
County at hs! office In the Court
ffl Love You" House at Kissimmee. Florida. within Attorney for Plaintiff County. Florida. on or before the I
six calendar months from the Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND 20 day of February 1963; other s
LOAN ASSOCIATION' of said Com- 29.95
OF OSCE wise the allegations Special
date of the tint publication of this
,j.x 1 # Notice Each claim or demand must NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE OLA COUNTY a Corporation organized plaint will be taken as confessed.
Pursuant to the terms of the Final and existing under the laws i This notice will be publishedonce
ht I Give Flowers be In of writing residence and of must the state claimant theplace Decree of Foreclosure entered by of the United States of America. II a week for four consecutive
the Circuit Court for Osceola County. PLAINTIFF seeks in The Klssimmee Gazette.
end must be sworn to by: the claimant that I, .
Florida. In ChanceoIn vs. a newspaper published in Osceola KISSIMMEE FURNITURE STORE
his the
on agent or attorney or certain cause pending In said Court. I County. Florida.
same will become void accordingto '
Docket No. 6410. wherein FIRST PALMLAND Kissimmee. Osceola
I law FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN a Florida Corporation and THE County. Florida. this 9th day of 23 BROADWAY PHONE 847-4411
This the 22nd day of January. ST. PETERSBURG ..
1963.WILLIAM WICKAdministrator Is the plaintiff and EARLCHANEY & Corporation. GLENN RAY
and ORPHA CHANEY.his DEFENDANTS Clerk of the Circuit Court
Estate ofHERLX of the wife. are the defendants. I. FORECLOSURE OF :MORTGAGE Circuit Court Seal)
K GLENN RAY. as Clerk of the NOTICE OF SLiT by:
1 Court. will sell the following described TO: PALMLAND ENTERPRISECORP. /Marjorie R. Haye
Ellie deceased.Thacker property In Osceola County. .: Address Unknown: A Florida Deputy Clerk
Florist Thacker and
c Hugh's for Administrator t0Lot CorporationYOU A. N. Spence
Attorneys HIGH-
I ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Attorney for Plaintiff
Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida LANDS. FOURTH ADDITION as that a suit has been
I broughtagalJ"lst 295 SW 27th Avenue ONE
25 Broadway &474591HOW Jan. 24. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 1963. thereof recorded In Plat
per plat 'ou. the nature of which ts :Miami 35.: Florida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Book 1. page 400. Public Recordsof to foreclose a mortgage on the Jan. 17. 24. 31. Feb. 7. 1963IN "
Osceola Ccunty. Florida. hereinafter described real a .r
I THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF sale will be by public outcry -
Said name of the Court In whichthe
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS- and will take place at the East suit has been Instituted Is the
vTEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. L'OCH.A.'OCERY. Front Door of the Osceola County Circuit Court for the Ninth Judi- THE NINTH JUDICIAL- CIRCUITOF HEART -.
NO. ,6426 Florida.on
Courthouse at Kissimmee. cial Circuit of Florida in and for CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
MUCH WOULD IT w. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS' AND the 21st day of February. 1963. Osceola County in Chancery* and CHANCERY NO, 6428
ar 12 o'clock noon. the title of the case is as aboecaptioned.'The
LOAN ASSOCIATION OSCE- Dated at Kissimmee. Florida. this real estate ImoUedis FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND. IS WORTHA
a Corporation organized 1st day of February. 1963. the following located in Osceola

COST YOU TO REPLACE IT? the United and existing States under of America.the lawsof GLENN Circuit RAY.Court Clerk of Osceola of the County. Florida. \lz: 01.COt.'ItrY.LOAN ASSOCIATION. a Corporation QSCE-organized THOUSAND WORDS

and existing under the lawsof
County. Florida TWENTY-SIX (26)! of KIS
I the United States of America.
l.l1".. . .. ROMANIAL. INC., a Florida Corporation (Official Seal SIMMEE HIGHLANDS SECOND PLAINTIFF.ROMANIAL. .
'.... '" By /s/ Glenn Ray ADDITION. Osceola County. Florida
; OSCEOLA CEMENT- Clerk according to the Official "s.
Florida Corporation
INCU a -
PRODUCTS. INC: PANNING LUM- KOTH. SEGAL & LEVINE Plat dated the 17th day of :March.
EER AND SUPPLY CO. and KIS 140 South Court Street A.D. 1959. and filed and recorded ; OSCEOLA CEMENT

Replacing a lost deed would cost you time, Florida Corporation COMPANY.; INC.a L. P. G.EQUIPMENT Orlando.Attorneys: Florida for Plaintiff ceola among County.the Public Florida.Records on the of 14th Os- SD IEE AND TRANSIT SUPPLY MIX CO. CO.and, KIS-eacha

trouble, and extra expense. A Safe Deposit Box Florida Corporation. and LAW Feb. 7. 1963._ day Book of One AprH.(It. on A.D.Page 1959.380.In Plat Florida Corporation: L. P. G.EQUIPMENT "

at small IV
R ov cost, provides protection Kissimmee. Florida. a Florida Cor- OSCEOLA COt.\"TY. FURTHER that you are requiredto Florida Corporation. and LA nYERS' -

against such losses . safeguards contracts, poration.DEFENDANTS: FLORIDA. file your answer to the Complaint Kissimmee.TITLE Florida SERVICES.a Florida INC.Cor- UNUSUALCANDIESHUNT

agreements, birth and marriage certificates, and FORECLOSURE OF :MORTGAGE IRE EMA: B.NOTICE TJh8lRS. Deceased. filed proceedings In !this with mortgage the Clerkof foreclosure poration.DEFENDANTS

the Circuit Court
the like.Hadn't : ROMANIAL. INC., a Florida MARE APPLICATION' FOR County at Kissimmee. Florida. and FORECLOSURE OF :MORTGAGE

you better take all those, valuables out of"hiding" Corporation.YOU ARE Address HEREBY Unknown NOTIFIEDthat : TO ALL FINAL'WHOM DISCHARGETO IT CONCERN to Plaintiffs serve a Attorney.copy of Phillip same R.upon Kel : ROMANIAL.NOTICE OF INC.SUITTO a Florida
j and bring them to our bank,while luckis against a :you.suit the has nature been of which brought is NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN- ley.Monument Post Office Avenue Box Kissimmee.331. (12 East Florida Corporation.YOU ARE Address HEREBY NOTIFIED:

on your side? to foreclose a mortgage on the That Albert P. Rogers has filed his not later than the 12 day of that a suit the has been of which brought Is
against you. nature
hereinafter described real
property. Es-
final report as Executor: of the :March. 1963. or decree pro confesso
The name of the Court In which tate of Emma B. Rogers. deceased; will be entered against :you. This to foreclose a mortgage on the
described real
the suit has been instituted is the that he has filed notice will be published four consecutive hereinafter property.The BROS.
petition forapply of the Court in which
Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial discharge. and times. weekly in The Kis
the suit has been Instituted Is the
Circuit of Florida in and forCounty
P. Johnson.
Honorable O. Gazette th following
to the simmee on
Court for the :Ninth Judicial -
Osceola in Chancery and of Osceola County. 14. 21 and 28. Circuit
County Judge dates: February, Circuit of Florida in and for
Florida. on the 11th day of :March. 1963. In Cr-ancery. and
Osceola County.
1963. for approval of same and for (Circuit Court Seal the title of the case Is as above
final discharge as Executor of theEstate /GLENN RAY Involvedis 'The
The real estate
It of Emma B. Rogers, de Clerk Circuit Court caption the following located In Osceola Open
N ceased. Osceola County. Florida
t This 5th day of February. 1963. Phillip R. Kelley County. Florida.lz: I

(4c7L Executor of the Estate of (12 E. :Monument Avenue) simmee Highlands Fourth Addition I Store"t
C Emma B. Rogers. Kissimmee. Florida according to the Official
deceased. Attorney for Plaintiff Plat thereof as filed and recorded
Murray \\". Cnerstreet. Jr.Attomey Feb. 7,"fl. 21. 28. 1963 among the Public Records of Os-
for ExecutorBox ceola County. Florida.
Florida IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. IN that you are requiredto SHMP I
Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28, 1963. AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, file your answer to the Complaint j eI
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY.No in this mortgage foreclosure \
&t IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 6422 filed proceedings with the Clerk 11 fiitii I
THE $ NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE ONONDAGA: COUNTY' ) ot the Circuit Court for Osceola rep 4r
FLORIDA. IN. AND FOR OSCEO- SAVINGS BANK a New ) County at Kissimmee. Florida. and
to serve a copy of same upon 1
Smartttt luneneon or dinner rendtfvoi Plaintiff. ) Plaintiffs Attorney. Phillip R. Kel "Slats Dawson"
First National= Bank**?; in Central Florida. Delight :MARIE BURDITT. Plaintiff. vs. POtVELL ) iey. Post Office Box 331 (12 East 1
JAMES A. BURDITT. JR.. Defen- WILLIE M. et ai. ) Monument Avenue Kissimmee. Florida
> .-o.J,4 JR A4*..t I***%* if- S *m Mt...... s- your. family ..*. Doaoryoar guests dant.NOTICE ;...<. : ,Defendants. d ) ;) rot later than the 12 day of
'. . bringing them to tkit ,truly OF SUITTHE ) eonfessa
by decree
( : ''',' March. 1963. or pro These handsome NOCONA BOOTS
OF KISSIMMEE ; diningroom.. STATE OF FLORIDA TO: TO: will be entered against you. This
JAMES A BURDITT. Jr.. Berlin.Connecticut : 'WILLIE M. POWELL and ANNIE notice will be published four consecutive are named in honor of "SLATS
FIN CusP SI ........ : BELL POWELL his wife times. weekly in The hissimr
GIVEN that I Residence Unknownand DAWSON". 1958 world's champion
i NOTICE IS : Gazette. on th following
KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA"OVER Plaintiff has instituted suit for divorce the unknown spouse of any defendant dates: February 7. 14. 21 and 28. cutting horse owned by George .*" .
in the above whose marital status Is not
against you
r 1963. Texas. '
a1tjlla1t"a: Pordi U\alde 0/ nuts DA t..sl.-. .
35 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SERVICE"Member '5 :' ._ ,MN. by M. L.--
Federal Insurance I. Clerk Circuit Court
Deposit Corporation
..... Osceola County. Florida

Phillip R. Kelley The "SLATS DAWSON" style of
P.O Box 331
tIE IEJI9IAIlIS 61111IT NICE! .: L U2 E. :Monument Avenue) '. ,, NOCONA BOOTS is made of imported

Kissimmee. Florida baby calf in Benedictine color with
Attorney for
Feb. 7.'u. Plaintiff analine finish. The 12-inch top has five

rows of stitching in yellow. red and


I c FLORIDA IN AND FOR os- whiskers" stitching.


.... ',1'- ".- FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND. -s.-.. It Com So
OLA COUNTY a Corporation organized HOC 0 NA UttI. MOl't.

and existing under the laws Weor
!It. of the United States of America. BOOTS
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INC. a Florida Corporation K
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Florida Corporation L. P G.
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Call 847-2881 To Place Your Ad. Deadline For All Classified Advertising Tuesdays At Noon

r FOR RENT: Grocery store with SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DE- claims which you or either of you. County Judge of said county at his CLOSING STREET OR ROAD
MANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE: may have against the estate of Joseph office In the Courthouse at Kissim- Notice Is hereby given that after
ARTICLES 1 apartment at 421 Mabbette REALTORAMA3BR. r You and each of you are hereby F. Dwyer, deceased, late of mee. Florida, within six calendar petition and and public
Street. Also one bedroom furnished I notified and required to present any Osceola County Florida, to the months from the date of the first hearing erronnotJ: 10th day
publication of this notice. Each of December. 1942. the Board of
FOR SALE ( apartment. Inquire 509 REVISION OF VOTER REGISTRATION; BOOKS claim or demand must be in writIng County Commissioners of Osceola
Mabbette evenings and Satur- and must state the place of County. Florida. did on the 4th
RE7SI0OF VOTER REGISTRATION BOOKS I residence cf the claimant and must day of February adopt a resolution
days. Phone 847-4517. FAMILY HOME The Special Arts .f 194J. Chapter MS29 provide that the City be sworn, to by the claimant his closing and vacating the following .
mnUtUa ,11.11"Ir... and purge the Tter registration list eteh agent or attorney, or the same will : described street or road
BARGAIN BARN' FOR RENT: 6-room house. 110 January: aad the ..m... M parted are here' printed aloag with the become void according to law. The- most northerly ten atn
Combs lr: Zippers &.; Tooth teases fr renewal. The CmmUslB will hear any person whose This the 15th day of January. feet of that certain 30' alley lying
Brnnheo 7e; Ear Bob 3e; Shoe Beaumont $60 month. Call Or- with unusual of builtin here removed old Dixie Highway
amount name appear that has ceases for hU mme not t. be 1963"s between the
tin sorks lie: ruiows 79*; lando 855,2987. W. B. Home.RE.1I.IT from the registration book at AM P.M. Tuesday, Febraary 1!. .1963. / MARY E. GONYO formerly known as Broad Street)
Shirt. SI; Pants $1; Dresses storage space for books, City CommiMlo R_... City HaU. Mary E. Gonyo. Adminis and Webster street said alley be
$1.40; Run ttc; Nylon Sfe; Deceased M-Moved tratrix of the Estate of the southern boundary of
Hankie k; Pasties le;. Belt FOR : four room house toys, china, etc . . Cedar q Joseph F. Dwyer deceased. ing Lots 1 through 10 of Block 6 of
15e; Caps 15e; Spreads $%.M; i completely furnished. Adults. Name Address Reason Murray Cherstreet. Jr. W. E Allen s Addition. Osceola
Hair Net 4c; T-ShlrU ate; month. Tel. 847- lined closets. Allen Abble E. 601 Oleander Lane D Attorney for Administratrix County. Florida.
Nearly Everybody Trades at TheBargain I No pets. $50 Aker VlterAkenhead. 119 Central Ave. D P. O. Box 492 BOARD OF COUNTYFLORIDA
Barn. Come to Slbert 20 0. Thomas E. 329 Neptune Rd. D Kissimmee. Florida CON 1$ OF
Mills Warehouse la Da .port. Anderson. Flossie V. 404 Brack St. D Jan. 24. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 1963 OSCSOLA Cowl-UT.
Immediately. Fellow the signs Barber Betty J. 519 Brack St. M
BARGAIN BARN. FOR RENT: Single small house-
Bask tt. Guy M. 1037 Columbia M NOTICE TO CREDITORS By: Harris G. Daniels
Open Week Da>'s And Snndayn keeping apartment all utilities Bartram. William C. 103 Hand St. M I In the Court of the County Judge ChairmanFeb.

with electric heat furnished.For 2 BLOCKS FROM NEW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Bell. Mary Redetha 14 Patrick H Darlington St. M M O ceola County. FloridaIN 7. 1963._
Beggs. OF )
FOR SALE: Farm Trailer like old age pensioners. 512 Berry. Chester 814 Hughey St. M I.MARION RE THE H. ESTATE JOHNS ) SHOP IN KISSIMMEE
Jr. John Albert 315 E. Dakln M
new. Priced right. Carl be seen week or $48.month. Everything Benton. M Deceased.- 1
Bovls. Henry P. 510 Main St. Legatees. Distributees
at 1315 Thacker Ave. modem. 8474305. Route 5. 14x21 PINE PANELED AND BEAMED FLORIDA ROOM Bonn@y. William Wilson 309 Mabbette St. D i, To ,all, Creditors.and all Persons having

Brackett. Anne M. 406 Main St. M I Claims or Demands against said GREEN'S FUEL

Why Buy a Carpet Shampooer? FOR RENT: Colored only. Five 16x14 LIVING ROOM 14x10 MODERN KITCHEN Bronson.Brown. Julius Hilda Qullla C. 604 1104( Brack N. Rose St. M D Estate:

We'll loan FREE with with modern 1203 Forrest St. M You and each of you are hereby
one room apartments M.
you Bush. Betty Sales and Service
1 Oxl 1 UTILITY ROOM 100x100 LOT M notified and required to present any
Glen H. 700 Canterbury Lane
purchase of Blue Lustre Carpet bath shower hot water heater. Buckels. Henrietta 3 Mabbette St. D claims which you. or either of you.

& Upholstery cleaner. Parks New. Low rental weekly or Canale. Lennle Marie 503 Emmett St. M may have against deceased the estate, late of of Mar Os-
ion H. Johns PHONE M7-4172 147-4171
503 Emmett St. M
Furniture Co. monthly. Excellent location. Canale. Eugene Auther Florida to the County -
$10,990 . Financing Flexible Campbell Charles R, 519 S. Clyde St. M : ctrola County. at his office KISSIMMH
said County
One half mile south St. Cloudon Callen. John F. 420 S. Clyde St. D I Judge of
FOR SALE: Boy's bicycle. New Davis 420 S. St. D in the Court House at
441. Turn right at Crawford Callen. Agnes Clyde I mee. Florida within, six calendar For Gat DeUvery: Phone
22 S. St.
S39. used 2 weeks will take $25. Carter. Virginia date of the first 847-2058
the Harold
M months from Wtgal
Street. Information call Or- FLORIDA Carroll. Pauline Smith 520 Patrick St.
Call 847.2398 or 1212 Lehigh St.. REALTY Carr Clara A. 306 S. Bermuda D publication of this Notice. Each R. A. Fletcher 847-4539
lando 8557701. demand must be In wrltlnuand
Carithers. Johnnie 1201 Lehigh M claim! or Kenneth Modso
Peterson stroller with basket and CarJth@rs. Earl 1201 Lehigh M must state the place and must be 892-7695 (St. Cloud]
of the claimant
FOR RENT: Lots for trailers. Cayson. Leroy 215 Alma Ave. M
shade. Good Condition 510. Mrs. COUNSELORS INC. Charlton. Allen 514 Portage St. M sworn to by the claimant. his For Gas Senior: Phone
Rainbow Mobile Homes and I attorney. the same will
Paul Booker 1221 Parade. Collins. John A. 721 E. Vine St. D ? I agent or or law. J. R. Rountree 847-4062
Trailer Park. Michigan Ave., Colgate William J. 516 Carson St. M become void according to Robert Alien
2 M This the 30th day of January.
Kissimmee M. 516 Carson St.
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. % mile off Vine St. past Bowling Colgate.Cohenour. Mary 1507 Ernest St. M I 1963. : Emory ftroruon 847-4570
847-3156 847-3157 Bernard 1507 Ernest St. M /s/ CARL A. JOHNS Leo Girourd ...7.2061R.
Phone 847-4306 Bud and John'sAir Alley. Cohenour. Administrator of the Estate',
Wo cooperate with all Rogistorod Roal Estate Brokers Cobb Ben Jr. 219 Dakin D H. Johns. H. HoH 892-1212 St. Cloudor
Conditioning and Heating 1201 Palm Ave. M of Marion
Jean O.
FOR RENT: Apartments and Courtney :- deceased. call H. T. Simmons. Mgr.
Headquarters. Courtney. James D. ITOI: Palm Ave. bt 847-4819
houses by week or month. Cot-' Cornell. Nora B. 712 S. Clyde M Brinson and McWhirter
NOTICE OF SUITT0 Circle M Attorneys at Law
I. 405 Poinciana
KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHIL- ton's Apartments, North Orange : FREE rent and board for woman : HENRY W HAWKINS andIf Cooper.Conner. Dorothy Archie Charels- 215 Orlando M Kissimmee. Florida Robert O'&orry 8473219R.
Blossom Trail.APARTMEN1'S married. HAWKINS. his 1634 Oak M Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963. W. Umitor 847-3442
HEAT. WE GIVE TV STAMPS. over 60 to be companion. P. O. Crowell. Nina Sue
wife and F. H. HUGHES and If Crowell. John Robert 1634 W. Oak St. M John Evans St. Cloud 892-3482
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 Box 766 St. Cloud. Phone 892- ']married. -HUGHES, his wife.if Crocker. Ruth E. R 2. Box 281 M NOTICE OF RESOLUTION: -
NORTH MAIN ST. 8473941. FOR RENT: 59, 2523. alive and If dead the unknown Crlner, Charles R. City Hall Court M I
ill, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul heirs. devisees legatees, grantees. Cox. Gladys 2605 Beaumont Ave. M
creditors. trustees or assigns under Dillard. Elizabeth Led. 22 S. Clyde M SALES SERVICE
Davis 114 Zmmett Street. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR !:any of the above specifically Identified Drummond. Thelma 529 Carson Ave. M i Radio and

SALESMAN OVER 30 [1 Defendants; and all unknown Drummond. Carl C. 529 Carson Ave. ,M I : : ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
PLUMBING BARGAINS Kitchenettes and trailer parties having claiming to have D
USED : rooms or Dow. F. B. 7 E. Vine St.
apartments with lake and shut Opportunity for quick advancement I j any right title or Interest In and Dwyer. Joseph F. 1405 Emmett St. D COMniTt HOMI fUtMSttNGS
and high commission to the following described property Dutton. Leona Roberson 210 N. Orlando Ave. M I T V
fleboard. By week, month or I;situated In Osceola County. Florida I Egbert. Douglass V. 605 Oleander Lane D

Capitol Motel St. Cloud earnings with a growing 59 year to-wit: Edwards. Eugene E. 607 Canterbury Lane M PARKS FURRITUuaCO.
year. old company selling world fa- Lots 10 and 11. Block 227. TOWNOF Edwards. Elsie Marie 607 Canterbury Lane M I :
Hwy. 441. ST. CLOUD. FLORIDA according Edwards. Charles Donald 607 Canterbury Lane M l .
ovortorles with valves $4.95,,
mous Goodyear maintenance to the Plat of said Townof Eby. Robert L. 314 Drury Ave. M

Commode tank or bowls $6., products. Many exclusive and St. Cloud. Florida as filed In Eby. Betty M. 314 Drury Ave. M
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Easley Sarah Newton 222 N. Orlando D !
Soil pipes and fittings Vi price, WANTED noncompetitive repeat items. Court of Osceola County. Early. R. Clayton 320 Hughey St. D NORRIS CLEANERS
Age no barrier. Diversified win Florida on the 31st day of Au- Evans Homer 208 Lake St. D
frlgerators $20 up Chipped gust. A. D. 1909. and recorded Evans. Hazel Varner 111 S. Randolph M
ter and summer line. We take among the Public Records of the Evans. Frank S. 111 S. Randolph M I

Bathtubs $19.95, New Commodes care of all financing shippingand said Osceola County. Florida. In Estep. Mary Magdalen 316 Mabbette M KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
WANTED-Reliable white womanto Plat Book "B." on pages 33 Fennell. D'Alton D. 1622 Catherine St. M
complete $24.95, Now live in. Care for Semi-invalid i collections. New salesman and 34.TAKE. F@nnell. Agnes M. 1622 Catherine St. D j
rotor softeners complete $35. O. M. Rath earned $358 com- NOTICE that a suit has Federle. Maude E. 315 Magnolia M 103 East Dakin Telephone 847.4941
woman. Light housework. 1619 been Circuit reglst'edFord.
filed against you In the Mary Elizabeth 303 Palmway remarried &
Catherin St. Kissimmee. Dial missions his second order. Paul Court for the Ninth Judicial Faure.. Robert W. 404 Brack St. D I
Rausch new salesman. earned C'rcult of the State of Florida. In Gauthier. Hazel Martin 209 E. Orange M
847-2289. and for Osceola County wherein P. 312 S Vernon D
Gifford. Spurgeon
$608 on one sale and now is no. GEORGE WOLFE and ALMEDA George B. 1405 Emmett M /I
WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE TO 5 company' volume leader. J. WOLFE his wife are the plaintiffs Grant. Elaine W. 309 Polncianna Circle M ROTHROCKI
I and HENRY W. HAWKINS. B. 700 Canterbury Lane MHaseldon..Elsie
call regularly each.,month .fan Fringe benefits include life in et at. are the defendants, the same Hanna. Ruth 1519 Patrick St. M
-r/&clf Ji M41I1JlqWub,, established Studio Girt Cosmetics surance sales bonuses: Write being Chancery No. 6438. The nature Has@ldon. Wilmot Mack 1519 Patrick St. M
Hwy. 17..2. North .. ......,..", .... of this suit Is a suit to quiet Henry. Inez R 2. Box 79 M
clients in and Kis Consolidated Paint & Varnish
around M
title on the above described<< real Hlgley. Clarence A. 418 Tohopekallga
Hamilton 14644 simmee making necessary deliveries Corp., East Ohio Bldg.. Cleveland estate. Hlgley. Opal Scott 418 Tohopekallga M I
EACH OF YOU IS REQUIRED to Hodala. Claudette Jean 210 Sproule Ave. M
etc. 3 or 4 hours per Ohio. lie your answer and written de- Hoover P. 115 Mabbette M SEPTIC TANK CO
day .Route will pay up to $5.00 lenses to the Complaint with the Hoover. Lucy J. 115 Mabbette M
YOUNG MEN available for odd Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os- Humphrey. Eleanor I. 103*4 Broadway M
per hour. Write STUDIO GIRL ceola County. Florida in this proceeding Ingersoll. Roy Merritt 606 Limit St. M
FOR RENTFor COSMETICS Dept. 75932. Glen- jobs in and around Kissimmee. and to serve a copy thereof Johnston. James M. 119 Bryan St. D

Inquire at* Kissimmee Baseball upon the plaintiffs' attorneys. Johnston. William J. 106 Royal St. M Culvert Tile for Driveways
dale. whose names and addresses are Larson. Charles B. 307 Monument St. M
school on Clyde Ave. hereinafter set forth. as requiredby Lasltter. Ronald W. 223 Smith St. M I
Tanks-a size for need.
MRS. HOUSEWIFE. If you have law not later than the 1st day Lawler. Walt 7 N. Dllllngham- D Septic every

Rent spare time. If you need extra Ex-Marine experienced in guard of March 1963.WITNESS Lawson. James F. 825 Canterbury M
Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease
hand and the of- Lane M Traps
Office or store space my Lawson. Jewell Johnston 325 Canterbury
desires watchmanor
money you can earn right in duty job as ficial seal of said Court In Klsslmi Ledbetter. Frank 216 Drury Ave. M j

available. your neighborhood showing fine ,guard. Can furnish refer- i mee. Osceola County. Florida this L1ttl fleld. Melbourne N. 505 Canterbury Lane M
Rogers & Kelley Building I 25th day of January A. D. 1963. Lock. Jasper D. 326 New York A\e. D
Avon Products. Write Avon ences. 'Phone 847-2321. (CIRCUIT COURTSEAL Loomis Chester C. 540 Broadway M i 15 Years Experience
12 East Monument Ave. M
) French 540 Broadway
Manager. P. O. Box 2005, Fort Loomis. Laura
Kissimmee, Florida GLENN RAY. Lord. Harold 1634 W. Oak St. M ': K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
Pierce Fla. Clerk of the Circuit Court Lord. Irene W. 1634 W. Oak St. M i '
SERVICES OFFEREDMEN By /Ellanore O. JowersD. Lorenz. Gertrude M. 812 Portage M .

FOR RENT: 3 bedroom unfurnished WANTED C. Lorenz Karl Klyne 812 Portage M
ROWLAND AND PETRUSKA Lorenz, Oscar G. 411 N. Emory St. I iI
house. Carport large MAN OR WOMAN AND WOMEN 33 East Robinson Avenue Lowe. James O. 704 George St. M

screened-in front porch living SPARE TIME NEEDED Orlando. FloridaALEXANDER Lowe. Lucille M. 704 George St. f'. M M Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.
WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo D. }{ALL. JR. Lytle. William Irving 209 N. Clyde
room, dining kitchen. $60 To refill and collect from M
room money P. O. Box 596 McDowell. Walter J. Jr. 1313 Mabbette
month. 8472380. Eddie demons. our machines dispensing Hi- experience necessary gram- St. Cloud. FloridaAttorneys McGahee. W. M. 922 Bay St. MlcLaughlin. I
mar school education usually for PlaintiffsJan. Anna B. 519 Mound St. M
Good location. Nice living. Grade Candy Gum and Sport sufficient. Train now at home 31. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963. McLaughlln. Robert M. 519 Mound St. M M i PHONE: 847-3524
124 Orlando
Cards in this area. Easy to Do. Massenburg. Pearl
Two bedroom unfurnished lake- for jobs with Security. For details IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Mathis. Doris H. 617 W. Vine St. M
Excellent Income. $475.00 cash COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. Holt 308 Clyde St. M .
front house. Available March1st. required secured by inventory. send name address FLORIDA.IN Stickler May Daisy Stubbs 511 E. Magnolia M I II I
Located Neptune Road and phone no. to : National Train, RE: ESTATE OF Mlckler. John Ellis 511 E. Magnolia M
Fish Lake W. Dettmer. 847 phone number. WriteP. ing Service Box 931, Kissimmee. LOYAL A. JACKSON Deceased. Mlddents. Dirk H. 814 Emmett M M Ii.i. SALES
O. Box 1614, Daytona Beach, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Morse. Ralph J. 524 Canterbury M
3835. Fla. I Fla.REAL. MARK:: APPLICATION FOB FINAL Morse. Sopnronla 524 Canterbury Lane
DISCHARGETO Murajda. Margaret E. 524 Bay St. M i
CERN Marks 209 Polncianna
; Nace. Mary
ESTATE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Norris. Dorothy E. Ruby & Stewart M
Geraldine C. M. Budd has flied her Norris. Max Preston Jr. 103 E. Dakin Ave. M I Competitively Priced
final report as ancillary admInis- Norris. Newton G. Ruby & Stewart M
tratrix of the Estate of Loyal A. Norris. Sara J. 103 E. Dakin A\e. M

." I FOR SALE: One lot. Ernest Jackson. deceased; that she has Ob@rg MWilliam 212 S. Clyde M M Ii TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS '
filed petition for final discharge. A. 116 Sproule
o+t THE i Street 64 x 126. Close to Junior and that she will apply to the Hon- Overstreet.. Edna 216 Clyde M HORSE TRAILERS AND UTILITY TRAILERS
INSUR; High school. One lot at Mag- orable O. P. Johnson. County Judgeof Overstreet. Murry W. 216 S. Clyde M :
N Osceola County. Florida, on the Paul. Fay M. 613 Canterbury Lane BUILT AND REPAIRED
cE nolia and Park. 70 136. Reasonable M
4th day of March. 1963. for approval Klmmel. Lloyd L. 619 Canterbury Lane
716 Cath- of and for final dis- F. 619 Canterbury Lane M i I
POlicy prices. Inquire same Klmmel. Thomas M CMfbta MoUo W.W-1 A* M Work Gomtfoot
RIGHT erine after 5. charge as ancillary administratrix Kirkland Lloyd J. Tropical Hotel D
of the estate of Loyal A. Jackson. Perclval. Franklin R. 515 Oleander Lane
+e. I deceased. Perry. William Edgar W. Vine St. M I Uvo.to k Marfcof.
Old neat
M Hwy.
: FOR SALE: 4 bedroom masonry This 21st day of January. 1963. Plerpont. Earl C. 314 Drury

:::::::: POLICY I home large living room, double GERALDINE Ancillary Administratrix C. M. BUDD P1 Pike.rpont.Frank Erma W. 314 44 Main Drury St. '. M M M I Rt. 1, Box 2SSA KJuI".".. ..

carport 6 acres citrus land. of the Estate of Plylar. Emerson W. 1404 Ernest St. D
Ideal home Loyal A. J ackson.deceased. Pratt. Louis J. 26 Palmway
country or trailer Pratt. Marguerite B. 26 Palmway M'M I YOUNG WELDING
park. St. Cloud area. Reason Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. Pratt. Neva M. 1631 Oak St. M LOU ,

able. % down and terms. Write: Attorney for Ancillary Pugh. Wiley L. 916 Hill St. M

I E. R. Collins 1705 Raa Ave., P. O.Administratrix Box 492 Purdy.Purdy. Marvin Dorothy O.B. 209 209 E.E. Orange Orange St M M I PHONE 847-3898

\\1L/\ Tel. 3854860. Tallahassee. Fla. Kissimmee. Florida Rao. John O.Rltenour. 109 Verona D G
tt Jan. 31. Feb. 7, 14. 23. 1963. Ada C. _. 522 Hughey St. M
Roberts. Clyde Jeff 120 Mabbette : D I
LOTS $10 Down $7 month $595 IN THE COUNTY JUDGES Roebuck Thomas 503 Brack St. '." D I
/ and up. Homes or trailer. Rogers. M
: TROPICAL PARK on Highway Rolltt Emmet S. 22 N. Beaumont M
fJ: 441 in North Kissimmee. RED ESTATE OF Rolls. Jr. R- B. 404 Royal St. M
.e A MAY CLARK. Ronlnes. Lillie H.: 110 Sumner M SERVICEUJ
deceased. SanbOrn. Paul warren 808 S. Clyde
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Sattern ld. Ralph S. N. Bermuda
A HAUT1rUL TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. sawyers.. William A. 1716 Janet &.', M D Custom Recapping
right amountThat's DISTRIBUTEES AND ALL PER Alicia MSchmidt. 607 Carson ,." M ; Wi
WITH UlkT-IN OWN .. RAN*! AGAINST SAID ESTATE Sean. Daisy Watson 410 Emmett D i 223 S. BERMUDA
wlTN SMALL YOU and each of you are hereby Shrewsbury. William E. 21 N. Beaumont fa M PHONE 847-2207
$8,500. DOWN .AYMDIT. notlfed and required to present Sigler. Iris P1" 705 Royal St. f D I
the nice thing about doing business with a any claims which" you. or either of Skinner William F. 222 S. Vernon St. M

local, Independent agent. Handling all types of KISSIMMU ALL FENCED 147-4174 1"3.r:: have dark against deceased the estate late ol of Smith.smith. Alma Paul 321 321 Lily Lily Ave.Ave. M M t I

coverage with a wide selection of policies, he can Eaton County. State of Michigan. SmIth. Wallace H. SOS Broadway Ma.noUaStanko. D
to the County Judge of Osceola William H. 509

bring you the best. But that's just part of his lob. LEGAL NOTICESCALL County at at Kissimmee.his office Florida.in the Courthouse within , -- Smith.Strasser.. Vera E.J 203 109 S.Verona Clyde M M D i 1Li1 I $ KWiSE-

FOR RIDS six months from the date of the Mama A. Kissimmee Motor Ct.
Sweeney. M
Advising you oh the proper amount of protection Sealed bids will, be received at first publication of this Notice. Swinehart Edith A. 705 Doris St. M 1iLEflECONOMIZE

could save you from disaster. Your local, Indepen- the office of the Board of Public Each claim or demand must be In Swtnd'.art. George E. 705 Doris St. M
Instruction of Osceola County at writing and must state the placeof Chari" R I. Box 140
Sykes W M
dent agent knows his business. It's good businessto Thacker and Ernest Sts.. Kissimmee. residence of the claimant and Taylor. Edith 112 Neptune Rd. M a
know him.LUPFER'S. Florida. up to 10:00 A.M.. must be sworn to by the claimant. Taylor Frank A. 112 Neptune Rd. D i 1 Extra Quality Blocks
Tuesday. March 5. 1963. for Ms agent or attorney or the same Temple. ana T. 310 E. Drury215V. M
ishing materials and labor will become void according to law. Toe. Olive V. Church Palmway M I At Ne Extra Cmt
Plumbing to be Installed for rurn-I' Dated this January 23. 1963. T1D4 Il Charles Corey 110 M rw t
classroom addition to *f Arthur D. Clark TlndaU. Eunice Phillip 110 Church M I iS .
High School. Kissimmee. Ancillary Executor of the Tladall. John P. 725 Cantef'bur7Vans D
AU bids received will be publicly estate of Agnew. Ernest B 320 New York Ave M i P.$474O21i
opened and read aloud. Plans and Ida May dark, deceased. Varty. B "%'OTl Z u 1632 W Vine M
specifications may be examined at Phillip R. Kelley Varty.' Jack E. 1632 W. VInewagenblast. D
the office of the School Superinten Post office Box 331 Joseph 21 S. Randolph M i I
dent. Kissimmee. or at the office of Kissimmee. Florida WaldrOn. VlrglnU B. 314% Sumner St. M I Member of Osceola County BeIWersa /.t.w
Charles H. Parsons. Architect. 19Stewart Attorney for Ancillary M'ataan. Amnuc H. 409 Mabbette DWelbaum.
i Executor Ruth Estey 21S Mitchell '
Avenue Kissimmee.One M
set of plans and specifications I Jan. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963 Whatley. Claude K. 308 Lake Shore M

Insurance Agency and forms for bidding maybe Wilder. John B. 510 PolnsetUa Patrick M OSCEOLA CEMENT
secured from the County School, jh'lH COUNTY JUDGE'S WlnStoD.. Margaret F. 1019 Verona M
clflce by depositing 51500. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY,. Wlsemann. Janet Fay. 104 Monument M
BOARD OF PUBLIC FLORIDA. Yntema. Tore 104 E. Monument.St. M
19181963 1201 Lavon
FLORIDA JOSEPH F. DWYER. Deceased. Younger. George M. 1201 Lavon

12 Broadway-Ntxt To The 1Hk-847-4121 Secretary ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. City
I Charles Jacks**
Feb. 7. 14. 21. )9W. I DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER_ I Clerk t* tat ca.nJsU.


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