Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079939/00267
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Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: February 21, 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: VID00267
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
alephbibnum - 373292
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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;i L f 0 mg N'-i ..'_,. -L Klssimmee.Entered as Osceola Second comma Class Matter Florida KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY! 21 1963 Established Phone 847-2 1894'%! PRICE TEN CENTS

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I vice William president T. Wallis of First executive Federal Appear at KAST ClubGuest :.!;':J ':'"i: I 4

and Loan Association of
Savings J
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been appointed to the 1963 Management soloist at the Kiss- SOLOISTMiss
4 Committee of the Unit- immee Symphonette concert

i ed States Savings and Loan Lea- Tuesday evening February 26, 'J'
will be Miss Judy Guynn, who

PAGEANT WINNERS-Miss gue.The appointment was announced was selected Miss Osceola
Judy Guynn left was
Frank Yeild- County'at the pageant held
yesterday by B.
named Miss Osceola 1963 in the Miss Osceola Pageantheld ,
ing of Birmingham Ala., presi- recently in Tupperware Audi- ;
Thursday at the Tupperware Auditorium. Shown dent of the League which is the torium. The concert will be ;
with her are Miss Rosemary Reed of St. Cloud center nationwide trade organization of presented at the CommunityHouse ,. -

second place and Miss Bobby Jo Hodala right third. the savings and loan business on Monument Avenue

Little Miss Debbie Phillips who served as a cherub looks. and represents more than 4.900 for the Kissimmee All States

on. (Photo by Hamrick) savings associations and cooperative -I Tourist Club. 1
banks. i Open to the public, the con-
t cert is the contribution of the

Judy Kay Guynn Rotary Club, official sponsorsof
Board Adopts New the Symphonette, to. the

regular series of weekly programs

I Wins County TitleJudy Solicitation PolicyA furnished of the by tourist a local club business, each I ,-. : ryds. r-:: .. Jt ,.

two-edged policy on money firm or organization. ;: .._ .. .;
raising in and schools in Os '
by Actually it is as Miss ,Guynn : .. : -; -
Kay Guynn is the first of Osceola County; Miss Reed ceola County was informally approved and not as Miss Osceola Coun- ?"" .. .rxr ,_ : .0'
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Miss Osceola County. Elon Beauty Salon; by tne- ty that the young singer will
The 17-year-old Osceola dala Persons Inc.; Sharon Lee week. It is part of a massive appear in the Symphonette :;.ri; j : ;, O : '_ -

High School student won in :! Gehrett, Ingrams Style Shop; policy book being studied by the program. Arrangements were I o oF.Xk. -:" '.. t'," o.. 1M!_" _" 0 --,
stiff competition with nine Judy Roehrich, Su-Wan'Nee board. made several days before the Judy Guynn o :> o 'f.,.. .. .: .irI : '. r
other girls. She was selectedby Sales; Myrice Stills, Riedel, The policy stops solicitation for staging of the pageant at .a....,..\_.i ...... .lrr:.:;;: *.,- c: .# .::: ._. :..w.... ....,>'l _.\, 0:... .... ,
a panel of out-of-county Funeral Home; Judy Williams, money or other things in the title
which she won her new pearances at the request of
judges who named Bobbie Jo Broadway Pharmacy; Beverly schools for other than school pur- and the chance to compete in local groups. They play under i ACTION APLENTYThere will'be plenty of action at the Silver Spurs Rodeo Feb

Hodala, of Kissimmee, second Whalen, Rooney Pontiac; Suzanne poses. This would include all fund future state and national con- direction of Luther Harris, ruary 22-24 at the Spurs Arena on the Kissimmee-St. Cloud Highway. Soaring sky
runner-up; and Rosemary Kay Wilson, Parks Fur- campaigns. tests. She will sing If I Loved Kissimmee public accountant, ; ward this bucking: bull attempts to dislodge his cowboy burden within the eight

Reed, St. Cloud, third. niture; and Carol Wyson, Les- The Policy would also stop any I You, from Carousel and Let to whom music is a life-long .. seconds alloted for a qualifying ride under rodeo rules. The cowboy in turn try

The judges were Stan Kol- ter Mann Agency. profit-making shows at school All My Life Be Music, by interest. George Harris is to hang on by gripping a braided rope noosed around the bull's middle. -

ler, Melbourne, a member of Miss Guynn's talent-a soprano I during school hours. Charles Gilbert Spross. The president, and Ed Ladue busi-- I
the Central and Southern solo was adjudgedbest Tne policy also protects citizens. latter title is especially mean- ness manager. A large num- Rodeo i
Florida Flood Control Dis- : Miss Hodala twirled batons -! and business people against un- ingful as Miss Guynn now a ber of Kissimmee business oFeature j Rodeo Week Will

trict; Miss Rita Burnham, Cypress ; and Miss Reed danced. warranted and excessive solicita- senior in Osceola High School firms, organizations and indi- I

Gardens, a professional Bob Evans was general I tion. and a 'voice pupil in private viduals make up the patrons'
model; and Ray Mattox, state chairman; Bud Eide, vice It limits the solicitation for advertising -I lessons at Rollins College, I list, furnishing support and j Be Busy Time

representative from Polk chairman; Fred McDaniel, by students for student : names as her immediate ambition ,, encouragement to the Sym-
County. manager; Fred Brussow did publications to three things: a I the further study of phonette.The Quadrille |
The contest was conducted the art work; Vida Gould, secretary school newspaper, the football I music, with the ultimate aim program Tuesday even This is rodeo week in Osceola Wednesday but cattle judging -

under the Miss America rules ; Maureen Parker, was program and yearbook.As I of making it her life career. ing, beginning at 8 p.m. will The famous Silver Spurs County. around which the program iscentered
and with the pageant's sanc in charge of entries; Horace to the sale of merchandiseby Tuesday night's concert will include Herfurth's March of quadrille There are three phases to the will start at 9 a.m.
will be
tion.Miss Phipps, in charge of ticket students. the policy limits such be the third appearance of the Progress. You'll Never Walk featured on again ]I week: The famous Silver Spurs Thursday. There will be exhibits
Guynn will represent I sales; Rose Bobroff, awards; sales to one item a year to each Symphonette this season. The I I Alone by Rodgers and Ham- !! in three matinee performances .I Rodeo Friday, Saturday, and SUn- a carnival, and a number of contests

Osceola County in the Miss I j I Tommy Smith, souvenir program schooL It also limits solicitationsby orchestra of some 24 pieces merstein, Selection from Rim- of the thirty-first I day; the 19th annual Kissimmee to which the public is in
Florida pageant.Entertainment. ; Bill Stephense, ushers; students. is composed of men and women I sky-Korsakofs Scherezade, semi-annual Silver Spurs Rodeo Valley Livestock Show starting vited.
at the page- i| Maurie Walters, parade; Bill of various ages and vo ..March of the Meistersingersby which runs Friday: Saturday and!' Wednesday and ending Sunday;

ant was provided by the St. I Hammond, publicity; Russell cations. They practice togeth-i. Wagner, Themes for Tsch-' Sunday Feb. 22, 23, and 24. j jMembers I and the community events begin- be The climaxed community with activities There will
Cloud High School Band, Kiss I Thacker, judges; Rita Hunt, Local Elks To Hold er in weekly sessions for aikofsky's Piano Concerto of the quadrille team j ning Tuesday.The parades.
immee Music Center Band, hostess; Steve Miller, budget. Initiation sheer love of music and to I I Number 1, and the Oriental represent Central Florida families I community events will in- will be a parade at 10 a.m. Friday
and members of the Footlight! Tony Ponticelli, of Tupperware TuesdayOn keep in trim for public ap-0 Patrol by von Blon. which in many cases have clude the "arrest" of some un- in St. Cloud, and a similarone
I been identified with the cattle industry I in' Kiswmmee at 10 a.m.
Theater Guild. Background was responsible for the suspecting tourist riding through
music was by John Gehrett at I set and staging. Tuesday evening, February'26th j! for generations. O. L. : Kissimmee Saturday morning.The Saturday.

the organ. t I i Miss Guynn is the daughterof Kisiimmee Elks Lodge No. j Theatre Guild Plans "Slim" Partin is director of the I. arrest will result in all sorts Highlight of the community
The contestants and their : Mr. and Mrs. Paul Guynn. 1S73 will hold its regular monthly quadrille-sixteen riders and sixteen '1 of pleasurable things after beingi I. events in Kisaammee will be the

sponsors were Miss Guynn She has brown eyes, brown initiation, under the leadership of horses who perform square 'i i I locked up in a cage in downtown showdown in Kowtow This if

First Federal Savings & Loan hair, is 5 ft. 8 ins., 322337. Exalted Ruler Bodo Kirchhoff. A dance figures to square dance :j I' Kissimmee for picture taking pur- it turns out as billed will be
roast beef dinner will be served Summer I!!
Workshop music. poses. a Wild West show using downtown '
for $1.00 per member by the Other features of the 1963 I II j!| The rodeo will be the 31st Kissimmee as the stage

Teams Qualify ForPresident's ladies of the Auxiliary from 6:30: T h e Footlight Theatre tor with Barry Mount- in the I rodeo include Jerry Olson of ; semiannual event sponsored by The badmen are supposed to ride

I on. The meeting" will start Guild, known to many County I Guild's final play of the sea- Whitewood, S. D., as clown and I the Silver Spurs Quo, a nonprofit into town, and there is supposed 1
8:00(( o'clock. Thereallbe
. promptly at : ) of corporation of leading Os-\to be rooftop fighting, the round'ng I 1\
,\ a class'of five new"mem* residents only through the son_ "Angel: Street? took? key bullfighter, and Bunk Boger t, \
TrophyBy three plays which It puts on I parts In "The Late Christopher Hindshvflre, Ark., clown. Olson ceola County men and women. *up (,fbe outlaws by the
bers On coming Sunday in.evening February24th the boards every year, is also Bean" last year and, and his famous Roman ride It will have three performances vigilantes. and a tltt all of
ritual Kissim busy in many other varied ac more recently in "Two: Blind standing astride two racing horses each starting at 2:30 p.m.I which will wind op at a street
the team of
Cliff Knowles I blocks w hen the blockbusterscattered mee Elks Lodge will travel to tivities. Right now, in additionto Mice." He is a senior in High will be a spectacular special The livestock show opens, dance in the downtown area.
The following teams will re- them hare'm-scarem. working on the forthcoming School. In "The Diary of event on the program. I
Winter Park to participate at 9:00
KAST club -in -, production of "Angel Anna Frank" five Competition for $2870 in ,
present competiion Yes, anything can happen, if o'clock in thedistrict ritualistic importantroles purses Livestock Show Got
street" which will be presented were played,by students. hundreds of dollars in
for the President's Trophy in doubt ask Lou Smith and i contest: to be held at the Elks -plus entry !
March, 5, 6 on the Kissimmee Pearl Snyder, or Mrs. Taylor. Lodge there. .Members of this on March 22 and 23, it has When the Guild was organized I fees-will be held in five of- I
Shuffleboard Courts. She should know! team include Exalted Ruler Bodo the Summer Workshop for the auditorium in the I ficially-recognized contest events,
These local teams qualified in Kirchhoff, Leading Knight Jack youngsters of school age in Osceola High School was used 'including Saddle and Bareback Underway Wednesday

the round robin player here Feb. II: White, Loyal Knight Furman Par- the advance planning stage. outside of school hours onlya Bronc Riding, Bull Riding Calf ;
Legislators Visit This will be directed by Gill few times a Now there
8, 9, 11. Top winner were tin, Lecturing Knight Ed Hartley, I year Roping, and Steer Wrestling. En- -
Brooks and Elizabeth Davis are so many requests for it An' 80 foot long Navy display, This
Wayne Galbreath-Eva Billings- With Officials Esquire Jim Gay Chaplain Larry try fees are $25 for each event year an additional feature
ley. Tied for second and third I I Blankenship, Inner ,Guard Steve who did such a fine job of that a' tight schedule has to and about 100 cowboys from all an attractive bathing beauty has been included in each of the
i it last year. Mrs. Davis is at be maintained which some "Miss Cape Coral", an excitingfree
position were the teams of Mr. Legislators from six counties I II Gavalas, candidate :Merton: Dil- parts of the country are expected -j four evening shown. The opening
work on another original playto times results in an insufficient before deadline at act, four evening shows and snow, Wednesday accord-
and Mrs. Eugene Lemenager and 'met \\ith officials of the Central' lard and in an advisory capacity to register
Mr. and Mrs Ben Everett. I and Southern Flood Control dis- PER Jim Flanagan. top off the workshop, a amount of time for on- noon "on Thursday. Central Florida's outstanding ex ing to Pete Hunt the sponsor is

Fourth place standing were Mr. ;u-ia here recently to be briefed play we are told will surpass stage rehearsals.In I The rodeo is officially sanctioned hibition of cattle will highlight expected to feature a grudge

and Mrs. Harlan Holcomb with j Ion f he wurk ol thf board. last summers "The Summer" addition to the above activities by Rodeo Cowboys Associa- Osceola's "County Fair". start race between "Fketo" the winner
House of the Harvest Moon.
"Ten LittleIndians"Plays most of the Theatre
tion and is under official I ing Wednesday afternoon at the of last annual
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rowsey; alternate The session was one of a number The directors hope that this Guild members worked in staged years Gopher
team. FCD officials are holding in one RCA rules.Square. Kissimmee Valley AgriculturalCenter. Derby against a water turtle al-
Next WeekThe will be
I year there youngsters way or another to make the I .
One of the \\ierdest climaxesever j I various parts of the district, enrolled not only from Kiss- unique show in Kissimmee ledged to be very fast.

witnessed on KAST courts i i Riley ::Miles ,chairman of the gov- curtain goes up at 8 immeebut from St. Cloud as last week end the success thatit Dance The U. S. Navy has notified A baby paraoe of decorated

occured while the team of Lou l ierning board, said. o'clock this Thursday and Satur- well for the Guild is a County was. The full story on that Program and Exhibits Chair vehicles -will precede the Baby
Smith and Mrs. Pearl Snder"S t He said he hoped the briefing man. Jim Killip that they are Show Thursday Night arrangedby
day night as the Junior Class of wide organization with a num- will be found in another col-
the duo of1.. G. Brown and i!would give the legislators a bet- Osceola High School presents ber of adult members from umn. ScheduledSaturday sending two large trailers, which Tom GcMter of the Jo-Mar

Mrs. John Taylor were battling.The I Iter idea of the good the FCD is "Ten Little Indians". the Si{:. Cloud area. together will make an attractive Shop; and cUldrem ponies will

old adage "any thing-can t doing in comparison to its cost The title refers to the cluster The Guiiu members, Mr.I display of navy activities almost be an added featare to the Friday
happen" was indeed aptly and i Attending the meeting were ol statuettes on the mantle of a and Mrs. Ed Phay will this' Adrian Bovis Vies 80 feet long, through which visi- night Pet Show according to
con s i s tautly illustrated. Mrs. \\ierd country house on an island Spring direct the annual The- tors may pass. ,Lou Tarsal of the Checkerboard
Snyder had scored a seven point off the coast of Devon andto spian production at the Osce- For Mayor's Office Saturday will be a busy day Miss Cape Coral, the curvaceous Store.
block to gain the winning points.A Irlo Bronson and Rep. J. J. Griffin the nursery rhyme embossed ola High School. The local for Kissimmee starting with a and attractive beauty, who 'I' No age limits have been set
conglomeration of black and j of Osceola County; Rep. Mat- above them. Thespian group is Group 565 Election time is drawing near rodeo parade in the morning and:: has been selected to visit the for the Saturday Night" Talent

yellow blocks greeted Mrs. Tay I tox, of Polk; Sen. Bernard Par- The cast includes Shelia Dan- of the International Thespians in Kissimmee and the only can- ending with a gala benefit square Florida Fairs, is expected to :Show this year and applicationsare
:rish of Brevard Rep. Art Karst, There are over two thousand participate in the parades and still avaflabfe from
lor's fourth effort to score. She ; iels and Becky Gritter, alternat- didate to qualify by Tuesdaywas dance in Tupperware Auditorium the In-
achieved the impossible-she had i of Indian River. ing as "Vera Clayhorn"; Shirley groups throughout the nation Adrian Bovis. who will run put on by the Central Florida welcome visitors to the Livestock
No. I Condoned
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with also in the Show. on Page 4)
a secret weapon apparently-a.: Dickson and Sharon Reid as groups now for the office of mayor. Square Dancers Association for !

taylormade blockbuster. When Life Mentions I"Emil; Brent"; Joy Moon and I High South Schools America.of Canada The local and Candidates have only 10 days the benefit of Florida Sheriff's i!

the referee tallied the points, the i Faith Van Etten as "Mrs. Rog- left in which to qualify. Dead- Boys Ranch.
in 1945
Snyder seven point lock was in }'Livestock ShowLife ers"; :Mark: Lurie as "Mr. Rog- with group Grace was Makinson as its line for qualifying is March 6. Sheriff Bob Buckels has been

,the 10 off area and Taylor and ers"; Alan Conner as "Narro- The terms of :Mayor Albert asked to appeal ai the: uitti"mission .'

partner had scored 29 points, for :Magazine: in its February cott";; Lewis Cook as uphilipLombard" first She sponsor.continued to Rogers, and Commrs. Adrian and the Orlando Ooggersa \..,< 9'-
total of 83 to the opposi- 15 issue, listed the Kissimmee Bovis in '4'i ..
a game ; : Mark Marshall as the organization until 1959 and George Reynolds expire teen-age group specializing t
tion's 63. Valley Livestock Show and the the fast -
1. Appalachian clogging
"Anthony Marston";; Tommy when Larry Gross took over.
Too bad a motion picture : Silver Spurs Rodeo in the festival Bumby as "General MacKen- Larry was one of the prime I Voters have until March 21 to te-ps-ha\"e been invited to pro- i. '

camera wasn't at the scene to column of Life's Guide. zie"; Mike Bast as Sir Lawrence movers in the organization of j I register for the election whichis ride intermission entertainment. ;
record the spectacular finish at It mentions the cattle industryas Wargrave"; Ronnie Hartley as' the Theatre Guild and its scheduled for March 26. Bob Rust of Daytona Beach will

this particular game. It would be being second only to Texas Dr. Armstrong" and Ray Codyas first president. Due to an unfortunate -I I call the western-style dance, and
interesting to view in slow nwh. and that the quadrille is a leading "William Blore". back injury Gross, spectators are invited to attend.

tion the tumbling scurn'i4,> feature of the show. "Ten Little Indians" is a is unable to direct this year I i Oratorical Contest Members of the Carriage Sets

I thriller by Agatha Christie arranged -. and Ed and Jerry Phay agreed!,I Slated Wednesday Square Dance dub, which meets j
especially by Samuel to fill the gap. They are the regularly in Kissimmee will ;
French. The play is being directed parents of Carolyne who put serve as hosts for the event. .
The annual oratorical contest The Orlando directedby
by Miss Creel and Darrell on such a fine performanceas Cloggers
for l high school students all over George Crowe are under the
r t w Morton Anne Frank last month. Ed
the nation will have six: finalists sponsorship of the Orlando City
.. i The dates again are Feb. 21! is remembered for his per
competing in the "run-off" at Recreation Department and are 0
and 23 at the Osceola High formance in Two Blind Mice
the Osceola High School auditor- sanctioned by the Orlando West-
School auditorium at 8 o'clock. I i I and Jerry has had a lot of
;. back stage experience.The ium on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at era Square Dance Council.
Tickets are 50c for students and
+ self 9:13 a.m., according to Mrs. Western-style dancing is considered
I I Thespians are a sup
S1.00 and
.. for adults will be sold
Grace Makinson. fast and is done
at the door.Theater. porting group and receive no I very
financial help from the School, The contest is under the sponsorship entirely under direction of the
: I Board. Members must earn I I of the American Legionas caller. It differs from the Appalachian
1-L Guild To admittance to the group by' part of the Legion's Americanism running set style of
building up a total of ten, and Youth programs. dance more or less indigenous to!

,p : I Meet Monday NightAn t, points to qualify, points that Judges for the *event will be this part of the state in whichj I

they earn by working in class I Mrs Harry R. Dale. Mrs. Robert the action is prompted rather J
important meeting of the I plays or other dramatic pro- PdDom. Mrs. Paul Weaver, than called and is usually repetl-f'
w Footlight Theater
Guild will be i
ductions. tive.
George Y. Bast and Rev. DorrI
held Monday. Feb. 25 at 8
Recently the Theatre Guild I Van Etten.
at the American Legion Home in a
Y has been a source of many j Parents and other interested
Kissimmee. "points." What play the The- I'I j people are urged to attend and TEMPERATURES
::r fKAST This will be the last opport- B L R
spians will in the third
put on
Itit.t j witness the efforts of the local
i unity for members to pick xip week of April is still under : TIles. 2.12 79 63 3.Wed. .
pupils one of whom has the
opportunity -
their quotas of tickets for "Angel consideration. Since the Guild j t,13 73 36 0
HOBBY SHOW-Over six hundred viewed I to advance as far as VALENTINE ROYALTY- Sharon Haddock and Gary I
people '
Street". 0
now in rehearsal and organized several !ban. :-11 a to
the annual Hobby Show held last Wednesday at the Kis which will 1 be; presented March there has been a marked years ago in- the national "nm-offs. FrL I.U 66 33 0 Land were named King and Queen of the annual Valentine \

simmee All States Tourist Club. ISO exhibitors displayedtheir '22: and 23. crease of interest in the dramatic W. G. (Bflll Heeren is the contest SaL :.1& GO.JO ..35Sua. Charm Club dance held Friday night at the Junior High

collections handwork art and creations, outstandingof The payoff of the losing teamof I arts particularly among chairman of the Makinson- 2.1; 70 U 0 0 School cafeteria. The Charm Club is speatored by Miss

which was a collection of fretwork pieces made of wal- ticket sellers will take place young people. For instance, Carson Post 10, American Leg- 31o. 2U n is 0 Bonnie Miller a member of the Junior High faculty. (Photo

nut shells. (Photo by Hamrick) and refreshments will lie> 'Served. ...I irk Anders who is co-dit'ec-I ion. by Hamrick)




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2 The Kissimmee Gazette. Kissimmee. Florida. Thurs.. Feb. 21,1963 RESOUTTIOX SO. 7-63 : RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE .! with each of the school board ,
Mrs. the Kissimmee Chamber
.&..::..-= --..-_ WHEREAS. under the laws and METHOD AND -TIME OF j Ada Gilmore Robert A. Bowen of Com
ordinances of the City of KUslm- QCAIJFICATION OF and county commission. merce.
COLORED RENTALS LEGAL NOTICES mee its general elections are required CANDIDATESWHEREAS Died on FridayMrs. Died on ThursdayRobert State Sen. Irlo Bronson and Zoning was briefly touched upon -
to be held on the last Tues- under the laws and
Brand new duplex-5 room Itf THE COUNTY JUDGES day in March of each :year; and. ordinances of the City of Kissim Ada Wolf Gilmore 87. of State Rep. J. J. Griffin hear requests but nothing was done as thecounty
apartments with modern conyeniences. COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. WHEREAS before any regular mee. a general municipal election Anderson Bowen 89 9 from the welfare dept. corer- hive come
J2 mile FLORIDA. general election the Mayor- mm'"- will be held In the City of Klssim-- Intercession City died Friday Orlando Ave., resident of Kiss- rehabilitation the der'v! > ,. u ,
south of St. IN RE: ESTATE OF stoner shall Issue his proclamation nee Florida ,or\ day of moved here 12 dept. city of to no vr a gTould be
Cloud on 441 back of John- BRANTA D. SINCLAIR. Deceased signed by him and attested by the March. 1963. said date being on night She years immee for. 57 years died Thursday Kissimmee. Osceola County, and done :Vori' *hi" 1'lt"
son's NOTICE TO CREDITORS City Manager, ordering said elec- the last Tuesday In said month and. ago from Ft. Lauderdale where -He
Fruit morning
Grove. was a retired !
512.50 tion least
at thirty days prior to
up will be
TO necessaryfor
for 35 She
she had
the date set for said election years.
\\'eeklIan on property or DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PERSONS ; a Mayor-commissioner ando groceryman a member of therU'St
HAVING CLAIMS THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVEDTha Commissioners to be electedby is survived by her daughter
Call Orlando 8557701. OR DEMANDS City Baptist Church of Kissim-
the following election proclamation -
qualified electors of the
Muriel Turner and FULL-STRENGTH
Mrs. one
YOU AND EACH OF YOU are be issued: City of Kissimmee In said general mee where he served as a Deacon
hereby notified and PROCLAMATION election: grandson. Roger Turner of In-
required municipal
to present IT IS HEREBY announced and and Chairman of the Boardof
MONIHiyPEST .either any of you claims may hue which against you. the or proclaimed that a regular general that THEREFORE the: names BE of IT all RESOLVED candidatesfor 1 tercession City. Trustees and taught a mens '
estate of Branta D. Sinclair deceased election In the City of Kissimmee. said offices shall be printed on I Funeral services were held in Bible Class for
late Florida will be held during the official ballot who have re- many years. BLEACH
of Osceola
CONTROL to the county judge County.of Florida said' legal hours of voting on the 26th the quested to become candidates by- the Chapel of the Riedel Funeral j He is survived by his wife
county at his office In the court- day of March. 1963 at 27 Broadway. written petition f said at least home at 2 p.m. Monday with the I Sally Bowen of Kissimmee
Kissimmee Florida for the purposeof ; son
\ SERVICE house six at calendar Kissimmee.months Florida from withIn the-' electing a Mayor date of the whose term of office shall begin at all of such petitions shall Inter- KILLS
notice. Each first claim publication or demand of must this 8:00 P.M. on the first Tuesday in be filed and with the City Manager of the Nazarene officiating. ,Daughters Mrs. Pansy Sullivan GERMS TOO!
April ,1963 for a period of two ment will be at a later date Fort Pierce
be in writing and must state the the City of Kissimmee not later i and Mrs Ruth Belts, ---- "- -.,. -- -
ants rots micesil place of residence of the claimant years. and a City Commissioner to than 4:00 P.M. on March 5th. 1963. Riedel Funeral Home. Kissim- Kissimmee five
verfish and must be sworn to by the succeed George Reynolds. City Com- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat ; grandchildren
claimant his missioner whose present term of candidate o mee in charge of arrangements. I and seven
Cab agent or attorney or each andeMajor great grand children.
8:00 the I JULJfrJIin
roaches the will office expires at P.M. on Cocommissioner !
same become void according of City Funeral -
to law. first Tuesday In April. 1963. for a of said City shall services were held in 33
This the 13th day of February. period of two years and a City qualify separately for the particular Michael J. Monahan the Chapel of the Riedel Fun- I ",
Commissioner to succeed Adrian
1963 office for which he Is a candidate Bleach
$/ MURRAY W.OVERSTREET. Bovls. City Commissioner whose as now provided by law. eral Home at 2:00 p.m. Sunday I 7 f .
JR. present term of office expires lOt RESOLVED FURTHER that this Died on Saturday with Dr. H. P. Amos officiating. w oesaufearrvrr
for the uke of your home Administrator CTA of the 8-00 P.M. on the first Tuesday In resolution shall take effect ImmedIately I
Estate of April 1963. for a period of two upon its passage by the City Michael James Monahan 75, of Members of the Board of Dea-
loosen dirt,brljtitm Cleans and disinfects
Branta D. Sinclair years; also submitting civil service of the City of Kissim cons of the First servedas
CALL deceased for policemen and firemen to the mee. Florin. 1715 Oak St. Orange Gardens Baptist whites,sanitizes clothinj. sickroom,bathroom,bitches
847-3489 Feb. 21. '28. March 7, 14. 1963Don't oters. Passed and duly adopted on the Kissimmee retired attorney casket bearers. Intermentwas

tions All requisite persons to possessing an elector qualifica-In state 19th Feb. day 21 28.of March February.1, 14.1963.1963 from Detroit Mich.. where he in Rose Hill Cemetery Kiss- Hood 33 Bleach
elections and who have resided In practiced law for 43 years, died immee, under the direction of
the City of Kissimmee for a periodof
six months next preceding the NOTICE TO DEFENDIN Saturday morning. He was a the Riedel Funeral Home. and Disinfectant
21st day of March 1963. and who THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE member of Bethany Lutheran
shall have been registered on the NINTH' JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
registration books of said City according AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. Church Montoursville, Pa., and Officials Hear i
to law shall be entitled to STATE OF FLORIDA. In Chancery.FRANK the Makinson-Carson Post of the
r vote In said regular general municipal i. MCDONALD. Plaintiff -
for Bills
election. vs. RUBY J. MCDONALD Defendant American Legion. Kissimmee. Request
The Commission shall appoint thenecessary NOTICE TO DEFEND.The .
is survived his wife Mrs.
He ,
*clerks and Inspectors to 1 State of Florida to by State legislators from Osceola
said election and make due M. Kissimmee
conduct Monahan
returns thereof as provided by law.] You are hereby notified that a County held their public hearingon
I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED. suit In equity for divorce has been sisters, Mrs. Nora Hunt and Mrs. requests for local legislation I A Family Matter
that this resolution and said elec-: brought against: you by FRANK I. Anna Watt, Iron River Mich.A .
tion proclamation shallbe published McDONALD in the Circuit Court of service held in but it appears they will have to i
in tthe Kissimmee Gazette a Circuit in and prayer was
the Ninth Judicial have at least one more meetingGREEN'S
weekly newspaper published in said for County of Osceola. State of Florida the chapel of the Riedel Funeral The family alone,should select the
City. once a week for at least thirty and you are hereby summoned. -
days prior to the date of saidelection ordered and required to file Home at 8 p.m. Saturday by I funeral director who, in their opine
+ssroti your written answer or defenses to pastor Henry Young of Trinity
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED the Complaint filed herein againstou FUEL ion will serve them best. Obvious-
Lutheran Church Kissimmee followed ,
,, that the form of official ballot to in the above entitled cause. In I
be used in said election shall be the office of the Clerk of the Circuit -I' by American Legion fun- Sales and Service ; I this decision should be made
substantially as follows, to wit: Court in and for Osceola Coun- i
F NO. ty. Florida. at his office In the eral service in the chapel. The :
Official Ballot Court House In Kissimmee. Florida. body was forwarded at 12:45: tmIy outside influence or pres.
Regular General Municipal Election on or before the 25th day of March. mom MM17J M7-417I I
City of Kissimmee A D.. 1963. and to serve a copy of a.m. Sunday to WUliamsport KISSIMMEE Choosing a funeral director
Make a cross mark (x) before, such answer or defenses upon Pa., for final rites and interment
the names of the candidates of your Thacker and Thacker. Plaintiffs i should always be strictly a family
Miss Seeing The choice. attorneys herein. whose address is by the Riedel Funeral Home For Gas Delivery: Phone MEMBER
FOR MAYOR-COMMISSIONER; Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida. on or Kissimmee. Harold Wigal 847-2058 I matter.
"Good Luck Trolls" Vote for one. before said date as required by law. R. A.fletcher .847-4539. THE CROC
< ) It >ou. fail to do so. a Decree Pro Kenneth Bledsoe

GROUP( ) ONE:- Vote for one. you Confesso for the will relief be demanded entered against In the Bronson Home. 892-7695 [St. Cloud]

atBENTON'S FOR CITY COMMISSIONER For Complaint.YITNESS. For Gas Service: Phone 16111
Two->'ear Term to Succeed my hand as Clerk of Scene of Party J. B. Rounfre 847-4062 RIEDEL
Adrian Bois said Circuit.Court of Osceola County.
II ( ) . Florida. and the seal of said Robert
I II ( ) ,_ Court at Kissimmee Osceola County The lovely home of Mr. and Emory Bronson 847-4570
JEWELRY GROUP TWO: Vote for one Florida. on the 19th day of Feb- leo Girourd 847.2061 I 24 HOUR
FOR CITY COMMISSIONER For' ruarv. A.D.. 1963. Mrs. Irlo Bronson Jr. was the R. H. Hall 8921212. St. Cloudor AMBULANCE I O7 EMMETT STREET

George Two-Year Reynolds Term to Succeed ISGLE.'N CLERK OF THE RAY CIRCUIT scene of a party for the Epsilon call H.T. Simmons Mgr. I SERVICE KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

( ) 'h ..mm "...' COURT. OSCEOLA Sigma Alpha sorority membersand 847-4819 I''
( ) -,- COUNTY FLORIDA husbands last week. Robert i
SENIORCITIZENS AND FIREMEN Thacker and Thacker. Mrs Bronson Mrs. Jake Cle- W. Lassiter 847-3442 i i Phone: .
AGAINST ( ) Attorneys for Plaintiff mons and Mrs. Buck Murphywere John Evans St.Cloud 892-3482 !I 847-3188
FOR ( ) Kissimmee Florida
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED.. Feb. 21. 28. March 7. 14. 1963. in charge of the affair.
that the City Manager be. and he Other members and guests at-
Is hereby, authorized and directedto '
have the necessary official ballots IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'NTho"TH tending were Mr. and Mrs. Bill
and make all such CIRCUIT IN ww
AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Pennington, Mr. and Mrs.
and do
other things arrangements as may be necessaryfor FLORIDAIN. George Bishop Jr.11'. and

ONLY ! ing conducting to law.Passed said election accord- SILVER CHANCERY SHIELD NO. 6417 ) Mrs. Frank Godin.Ir.. and Of Mind I

and duly adopted on the Florida CORPORATION ) Mrs. Glenn Haggard, :Mr. and \
iSth day ALBERT of February.ROGERSIts 1963. a corporation.Plaintiff. )) Mrs. Jim Dulgar. Mr. and Mrs. With a Compact I

MayorCommissionerATTEST : RICHARD R. CAPES and )) Earl :Moody Mr. and Mrs. Larry

CHARLES: JACKSON BARBARA A. CAPES his wife. ) Keene, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mak- Color Phone
Clerk to the CommissionFeb. and HERBERT GENE SLETT- ) inson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burton.
LEARN o 21 28. March 7. 14. 1963. VET and EULANE SLETTVET. )
his wife. ) Mr. and Mrs. Doc Patrick, Mr. FIXTURE CLEARANCE!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES Defendants. ) and Mrs. Cecil Moore, and Mr. ,
FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN and Mrs. Harold Honeycut. i
IN RE: ESTATE OF that pursuant to a Final Decree in
LELAH I. IMBODY Deceased. Mortgage Foreclosure entered on f :
>OTICE;.OF INTENTION TO the 13th day of February 1963. In t in .,.. We
MAKE APPLICATION FOB theabcne styled cause on the 4th .M1chlganleads..the.nation are offering all our Lighting Fix-
FINAL DISCHARGE day-pf March. 1963. at 11:00 o'clock production of seedling: ever- = -. ,
TO ALL: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN A.house.M.. at in the Kissimmee.East door Osceola of the Coun-Court'I greens. 'JIJ1Ji tures for sale AT COST old BELOW 'COST

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ty. Florida. I will sell at public
That Wayne H. Imbody has filed outcry for cash in hand. 'to the NOTICE TO BIDDERS
in only lessons I his final report as Ancillary Exec- highest and best bidder the following NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Ideal extension for any
utor of the Estate of Lelah I. Im- described property, situated in all Interested bidders that the room
c body deceased; that he has filed Osceola County. Florida. to wit: Beard of County Commissioners of i
Petition for Final Lot Ko. 17. KISSIMMEE HIGHLANDS Osceola County. Florida. will receive -
and Take
that he will apply to the Honor- 2ND ADDITION, as recorded sealed bids until 1"0:00: A.M.. Half the size of a regular I advantage of this .sale . to !
able O P. Johnson. County Judgeof in Plat Book 1. Page 380. March 11. 1963. for gasoline. motor phone
INSTRUCTORS LO Osceola County. Florida on the of the Public Records of Osceola oil diesel fuel and similar items for spruce up your home for spring.
22nd day of March 1963. for appro- County. Florida. together with the use of the Osceola County Road /
tai of same and for final dischargeas all furniture and fixtures now Department. Dial glows in the dark
SPECIAL( I FREE Ancillary Executor of the Estate contained in said premises. Specifications and requirementsmay ,
n of Lelah I. Imbody. deceased. Said sale will be made subject to be obtained from Glenn Ray. Add A Phone "Adds A t
SENIORSITI. I U I This 13 day of January. 1963. a certain mortgage held by First Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners -
j sl Wayne H. Imbody, Federal Savings and Loan Associa- at his office in the Lot Of Living"For I You'll never see bargains like this
V > Ancillary Executor of the tion of Osceola County Kissimmee Courthouse in Kissimmee. Florida.
i Estate of Lelah I. Imbod '. Florida. Immediately following the time colors costs call ,
Dated this 16th day of February. ,
deceased. above shown. the proposals recehedulll )
Free Coffee and Doughnuts Murray \\-. O\erstreet. Jr. 1963. be publicly opened and read. ,,
Attorney for Ancillary ExecutorP. GLENN RAY The County reserves the right to Florida Telephone !
O. Box 492 Clerk of Circuit Court reject any and all bids and to waive
Kissimmee. Florida Osceola County. Florida formalities.
If you haven bUllied before or Feb. 21. 28. March 7. 14. 1963. BEN(Ct. Ct.LAWSON Seal) (SEAL)BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS Corporation :

lim&jb booted in years come COURT OSCEOLA.FLORIDA COUNTY 19 Miami West 32.Flagler Florida Street OSCEOLA FLORIDABy COUNTY Kissimmee Business

1-- RE ESTATE OF Feb. 21 1963. HARRIS G DANIEL Office 847-3151 13 MONUMENT
ilta1ldsfqlb for our special JOHN C-THOMAS" -:--Deceased Chairman 847-2121 ri{
-up NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I, Feb. 21. 28. 1963 i
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seniors wily ( 55 tz?id O'l'e?* ) TO ALL FINAL WHOM DISCHARGE IT MAY CONCERN II I t.1'\.

classes.youu nmtoldj That Murray W. O\erstreet Jr -* like home- *

and mc&e imcfri&nds intlwse has of filed l the his Estate final of report John as C Executor Thom-- for pictures! "Lean clean lines..more room

ac. deceased; that he has filed petition I ,
for final discharge: and tha;
mid enJOyalile class he will apply to the Honorable O i
1ztel'esting P Johnson County Judge of Os- ; See us for the
ceola County. Florida on the 22nd inside"I
day of March. 1963. for approval Kodak camera and film
SKY BOWL LANES of same and for final discharge as you Uneed I
Executor 01 the estate of John C I-- L i m ....rwn ?
Thomas deceased. sn+ ]
7401 S. Orange Blossom Trail This ISth day of February 1963. I
Murray \V Cherstreet. Jr I j
Orlando Ph. 855-5731 Executor of the Estate of Lfl ,s,, S ._ .q% 4 ..za
John C. Thomas deceased.
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The- Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida- Thurs., Feb. 21,1963 3 i Tippie-Peny

Engagement ToldMrs. CT SAYF 4

Mary L. Tippie, 611 Can-
terbury Lane, Kissimmee, announces
the engagment of her .
; :: thza4'a4j' daughter, Michele Gene Tippie, YOUR DOLLAR GOES FURTHER
to Donald Ross Perry, son of
Mrs. Margaret Perry of Mart-
1 land. WHEN YOU SHOP AT .
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Plans for a church, weddingare

l d -., : PRICES GOOD Thru FEBRUARY 23rd

Legion AuxiliaryTo _, ,-;,;.-- , WINM-DIXIB COPYRIGHT TORES.-!..INC.* 4p spa

Meet ThursdayThe
Rev and Mrs. Peter Ytmaof Mrs. Ruth Stevens plans to
the First Baptist Church of return to her home at Buffalo, executive committee and i1 i-
'''as Michigan, were house- New York after a visit with members of the American Legion }
guests last week of Mrs. Harvey -her daughter and son-in-law, Auxiliary will meet at the -
Carr. Dr. and Mrs. Darrow Getty. Legion Home Thursday, Feb. 21, HEINZ KETCHUP 58 Free Top Value Stamps tai p14ox. s
Lucile Squires has moved Mr. and Mrs. Joe Matz of at noon for the regular meeting. sone.e WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
into her lovely new home in Arlington, Virginia arrived Each one is to bring a sand- ONLY 7/ FOUR 12-oz. CAM FouR FKO or ACTOR FROZEN
Idora Park. Saturday night for a two wich. Coffee will be
Mr and Mrs. Heber Harrisof weeks visit with Joe's parents,
PURCHASE Of $5.00 Oft .
Detroit. Michigan visitedat Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Matz. The ,. MOftC OOO THRU FEBRUARY 1 RO aOOO THRU FEBRUARY t'RD
the home of Mrs. Harvey Ed Stewart family of Plant Singing ConventionTo LJ oATUPo.pu.: AT ANY WINN-QIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
Carr this week. City also spent Sunday with 67 3 1i :
Charles Rice of Cleveland, the Matz'. Be Held SundayThe \\wmmm L .v
Ohio, visited Mrs. N. Ray Carroll I Eddie Harrell's name was Christian Singing convene
and Mrs. D. V. Egbert lor inadvertently .omitted from tion will hold a gospel sing Sun i
da's.Dr. the list football players receiving
the past 10 of
day, Feb. 24 at the First Missionary
Richard. Darrow Loeffler Getty attended and Dr.an banquet letters last week.at the annual Baptist Church at .Au- Free Top Value Stamps Free Top Value Stamps Ml 50 Free Top Value Stamps
burndale. 1:30.
educational seminar held last Miss. Patricia Logsdon, Singing begins at 1N TH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF
The public is cordially invited.
weekend at the InternationalInn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ONE: 1OO-CT. BOTTLE ONe 24-OZ JAM DEEP SOUTH Two Pica. FROZEN RICH
Miss Judy Rao, daughter of into Beta Tau chapter of Sig. street, Essie Dale, Byard Veih-
Dr. and Mrs John Rao, whois ma Kappa at the Universityof man,.Evelyn Lawson, Pete Lucas
attending Immaculate College Florida February 3rd. The Mary Ruth Veihman, Dick S AT ANY WINN-DIXIE 4 AT ANY' WIN N-DIXIE I 2 AT ANY WINNDIXIECOLONIAL
at Washington, D. C. initiation ceremony for a classof Reynolds, Julia Miles, Inez 11
spent last weekend as the 13 initiates was followedby Tyner, Dianne Johnston, Jennings
guest of. Mr. and Mrs. Joe !. a banquet in honor of the Overstreet, Gladys
Fioriglio in Baltimore Maryland new initiates. Heeren, Frank Clark, Jerry
Mrs. Fioriglio is the for Birthday congratulationsthis Overstreet, Bonnie Makinson BRAND QUICK FROZEN . LARGE
mer Shari1 Mason, daughter of week are being sent to Davida Nelson, Clyde Nelson. Finest quality USDA ChoiceLamb.
Mr and Mrs Tom Mason. Beth Doran, Carolyn Calhoun, Best wishes to each of you. Hens 29 Close Trimmed of excise
Mrs. D. T. Mason enteredthe Gene Bennell, Pamela Heth- Mrs. Bertha Westbrook is Cut-Up o LB. ; 4 I fat and bone before weighing.
Florida Sanitarium for erington, Donald Manning, Suzanne recuperating at her home following I ,I_ l) From Swift Premium another
surgery Monday. Spencer, Cookie Frank. recent surgery at Dr. .1 name you can trust from WimDixie.
Mrs Roland Lynch and son, lin, Betty Sprinkle, Robert Bornstein's clinic at Orlando. ', .' Rt .
Jimmy Babbitt returned to' lIen Jr., Charles Schmidt, .
their home in Columbus, Ohio' Linda Ross, W K. Padgett, Mr. and Mrs. ,L. P. Cookof .
Sunday after a visit with 1\1rs.l' Mary Love, Stacey Manning, Appalachia, Virginia, who Brown Sugar CuredSwift
Lynch's parents Mr. and Mrs.J Cecile Ladue, Zola Nash, Susan are spending the winter at : I
G Matz. Miller, Jennifer Over- Melbourne, were guests last
--- -- week of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. 0
Matz. iI ''1 CI
Kissimmee Furniture Store M S. Quesenberry Jr. of .Y I / / -,
Big Stone Gap, Virginia spent 'I' '

23 Broadway several hours with Mr. and t 7 I I U. S. CHOICE, . Whole or Half
Mrs. J. G. Matz last Friday ,t I I// Is"

Telephone 847-4411 while Mr passing and Mrs.through Murray the Fountain city.. IISrJtit LsCjjOLambU. Lb. 69; .

9 6.t1 1ts.4.S.
A complete free interior decorating service plannedto of Owasso, Michiganwere a ht
guests last week of Mr S. CHOICE . Loin LambCHOPS
suit your pocketbook. Featuring Name Brand and Mrs. Gene North. I I
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Larsen Lb. 981
Furniture, Bedding, Accessories, Carpets, Accent returned to their home in i iF a a

Rugs, Lamps and Draperies. Lynbrook, New York after a 1 I U., S. CHOICE . Rib Lamb
two weeks visit with their
(Evening Appointments) parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. I Chops ">. 791
Matz. .
I :tSWlft* Premium CanftedHAMS Premium Sliced
: U. S. CHOICE Shoulder Lomb

WHAT'S .1 ' Chops ">. 59; t

U. S. CHOICE . Shoulder Lomb

"AT' YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S : 0\ 'j.. Ro'astf"Lb.49.J .

$ 99 1 U. S. CHOICE . Lamb
kinds of There's the Chevy II Nova, also available I
sport-all super in an SS version. Special instrument 4Lb. 2 LB. 4 9" Breast 19
Want to make spring come in a hurry? cluster. Front buckets. All-vinyl trim. : Lb.
Just pick a new car with whatever you Distinctive SS identification. Fourteen- Can .
hanker for in performance and sporty triminch wheels and tires with full wheel disks. U. S. CHOICE .
mings-like bucket seats 4-speed shift, Three-speed shift or Powerglide* with _
lots of horses-and start driving it nose floor-mounted shift console. 'r Gr. Lamb Lb. 39;
Chevy's got a lot of sport in four entirely Or the Corvair Monza Spy der with com
different kinds of cars. plete instrumentation, special identification -
First the Jet-smooth Impala Super and an air-cooled Turbocharged Six. .
wvL w Gr wwv[ w wvL wW..vE w O1 wILc. wA41r1 wGVE wSGV[ w WvE wSwr wiwvt w GrE w+urt wS hI
Sport with your choice of 7 And for a real wallop, see
different engines that range up the stunning Corvette. StingRay I I I / I I I I I I I I I I IORLN
popular Turbo-Fire 409 with 1963 Award for Engineering
340 hp for the ultimate in ' Excellence.
smooth, responsive driving in All told, four beautiful convertibles
modern traffic.Optional equip- four handsome FRESH, TENDER YOUNGPole __
ment, including Comfortilt coupes. You'll get a four-
steering wheel that adjuststo barrel kick just looking them a foOds"
your convenience, makes it over-and a whole lot more Beans 2 LBS. 2. 9; iJj' "
as super a sport asou'd like. fun out of driving one'Optional ,
at txtra cost.

U. S. No. 1 1 SWEET MORTON . Chicken Beef TIfk.,. Ham, Salisbury

Dinners 2 For 89;

>R Potatoes 5 49? MORTON ; Apple, Cherry, 'Peach CoconutFruit $

Pies 3 For 1LIBBY'S .
:: TT A PLAIN or SELF-RISING FLOUR . Limit 1 with $5.00 food order.
A Fresh Frozen Florae (Hz. GR31 f

Pillsbury 5 B G2.91 ( 9;

Save 8 Toilet Tiuva . Limit 2 please

Delsey 2 ROH.19< ;

? Yl Fa a-f.YIY f Save 10* Cech . DEEP SOUTH SALAD

e. ir SUPERB RAND Grade "A" Fresh Large Florida Dressing Qt' 292 ;

Save 3K* E.. . STANDARD . Limit 6 please

kj Tomatoes 303 Gn

EGGS doz. 95 s.Peaches.. 9f la. . THRIFTY MAID 52wcnsi.a.Y.CI o. .


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Top-Corretle Sling Ray Sport Coupe and Corrair Moza Spyder Club Coupe. Btlou-- SAVE 203
left, ChnroM Impala SS Convertible;nght.Chery II Nora 100 SS Conmh le. tAll four available
in both conrertiblr and coupe models. Super Sport and Spyder equipment optional at extra cost.) t
See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom !Ii

Fab G:. Box 49 r/ Coffee 1 td. 49F # '

a Limit 1 with $5.00 Limit 1 with $5.00 .
STARLING CHEVROLET, INC. 4. food order. y I..... food order. ., :;;.


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- The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee. Florida Thurs., Feb. 21, 1963 ENGAGED Trinity Lutherans ENGAGEMENT TOLDru ;WCTU Tea Honors which has been attracting so
I much attention at the Ready

CARD OF .THANKSWe Esther Circle Met Plan Study SeriesA Frances WillardThe Market on N. Main St. will be
Woman's Christian I the prize lor the bee drawing
wish to thank each one Monday AfternoonThe series of Monday morn M! Temperance Union will dedicate I using the stub of* the children
who sent flowers and for the ',
Bible studies for the pub
I ing its program tonight in free ride tickets which have been
comforting words of each Pas Esther Circle of the First lic will be given at Trinity I memory of Frances Willard. I distributed in the schools..
tor and Friends at a time of United Presbyterian Church met -, Lutheran Church in Kissimmee founder of the WCTU.

sorrow. Monday afternoon at the home of by the pastor, the Rev.
The meeting will be held at CaJl. .
Also to thank Mrs. Tom
Mrs. Otto Reits. 1715 Doris Street Henry Young, beginning Monday 7:30 in the educational
Miller Mrs. Annie Mae Quirk, with Mrs. Arthur James as co- I Feb. 25, 10:00: ajn.-11:30: pm. Parks Furniture Co.
of the First
building Presbyterian -
Mrs. Agnes Brinson and Mrs. hostess. Thirteen members and am.

Ruth Padgett for their kind two guests attended. Ephesians 13. God and Church. Dorr L. Van For Prompt Repair of Your
The Reverend
deeds as they will never be Mrs. Sam Prather, chairman It..r His Church; 2EphesiansHi.. REFRIGERATOR
Etten will render the
forgotten. May God bless each S47-4171
conducted me business meeting. God and His Church Mem- devotion.
one. Devotions were led by Mrs. John bers; 3-Book of Job. Part 1.
Soloist Mrs. Curtis Sevyell,
Mrs. Roy Smith daughters and E Problam of Human Suf- 1
Summers Dr. Olive Fish had The
directress the choir of the
and granddaughter.Hester 4-Book Job. Part Flower For AH Occatlon
of of
charge the study period fering;
td.t first Christian Church.
Alene and
of Human Suf-
2. The Purpose W Lela Walters
fering; 5-Daniel, Chapter 2.
Civil IefenseTo 4 secretary, will speak on
of the
SAND ROCK One most amazing the life of Frances Willard.
MORTAR MIX Have ExhibitThe chapters in the Bible; 6-Rev- Reverend Mrs. Lena West
elation. 13. Christ speaks to 25 HOADWAY M7-4SII
will be speaking on Christian
Osceola County Civil Defense His Church and calls for a S Citizenship.
Office will have a trailer Decision.A

t 3taetBRlir, exhibit at the Osceola County Miss Alice Harbison special series of evening Christian Science
rlE Fair from the 20 to 24 February. Lenton services will also be I (Continued from page 1)) Society
/ held at the church during the
Major Edward Smith, county HarbisonBronsonEngagement Lenten season, beginning gram Shop Kissimmee, the Mar- Each W.dn.*4ay i p.m.
director, stated that this exhibitis Mil St. Cloud, from the 309 N. Randolph
ToldMr. Wednesday evening, Feb. 25, Shop, or
from S. 4. . . . ....
on loan OCD Region III, 7:30 pm. The first service will office of either High School, according y S.mcal 11
Thomasville, Georgia.The S..4., kllMi . . . 9S0 ....
KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX and Mrs. Joe Harbison an-! be a Gospel Hymn service to Mrs. Rita Bou rieau,
display shows five type of with a meditation on "Just As the producer.The .
nounce the engagement ana ap-i
fallout shelters, shelter supplies preaching marriage of their Iam" Carnival will again occupy STOVES- REFRIGERATORS
and equipment and radiological Wed., March 6. "Must Jesus s \ . the Midway, north of the Agricultural -
Phone: 847-3524 daughter Alice Ann to Dewey .
j 1"
instruments. Bear the Cross Alone?"; Wed. \ It" Center. A number of attractive I USED
Dewilton Bronson, son ol Mrs. V '
March 13. "How Great is Our J' \ .i rides have been addedan
Bronson of Kissimmee and
: Leroy \! I
God in His Forgiveness! Illustrated '.
!, exciting free, act" will be
: : : Sewell-Thurmond
PRESTIGE Grady Bronson of Sanford. ; Wed. March 20. Gos- ", J.! ;:<.1.:.':.>.". ;: J presented nightly.
The couple attended Osceola r:. ", i. i t I
pel Hymn Service. Meditationon 'J,( } f 101 S Wott Church ORLANDO
HOMES i High School and the groomelectis "The Rock of Ages";; Wed. '- ;1;>$i 1 ) '.l. "Ready" the baby burro I -

now employed at the fish and March 27. "Jesus' Trial Before ,
BUILT crab market at Palatka. Miss Katherine Grissom
Pilate. Color slides; Wed. Margaret
FOR YOU The wedding will take place in April 3. "The Crucifixion." Fun For All .FREE
June at the LockHavenlission- Color slides; Thurday. April Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cleveland of Belle Glade High School grad-

By .-;__ ary Baptist Church at Boggy 10. 'The Passover and t h eLord's Grissom, junior, announcethe uated from :Abraham Baldwin KISSIMMEE VALLEY
Creek with Rev. Billy Rigsby Supper." Holy Com- engagement of their daughter College, at Tifton. Georgia, and j

L performing the ceremopy. munion. Margaret Katherine to Mr. attended Troy State College. He LIVESTOCK SHOW
George ReynoldsFor Plans will be announced at a Wesley Franklin Jones, of Belle has served with the United States

later date.Lutherans. Glade. Mr. Jones is the son ofMr. Army. Osceola's "County Fair" Feb. 20.24-
Further information Call! 847.2856 or 847.2266 Delta Alpha ChapterMet and Mrs. Wesley S. Jones, The wedding will be an eventof

of Belle Glade. April 27th, at seven thirty
Observe Monday NightThe Miss Grissom was graduatedfrom o'clock, at St. John's Episcopal 9 A.l\l. to 9 P.M. 7:30 P.M.

of Osceola High where she was Church, in Kissimmee. Complete Pure Bred Cattle Wed. Gopher DerbyCommercial
Alpha chapter
Communion Sunday captain of the band and participated wedding plans will be announced
Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority met in many other activities including later. and Thur. Baby Parade i
i at the Hart Memorial
oQ Holy Communion will be celebrated Library Monday with Mrs. George Bishop Thespians and Interclub No local invitations are being Educ. Displays and Show ;
at the Feb. 24 morning Council. She attended Troy State sent but all relatives and friends
presiding. at Alabama. of the invitedto Art, Flower and Fri. Pet Show and '
service of Grace Lutheran College Troy, young couple are
Reports were given by the vari-
Church, St. Cloud. ous committee chairmen. Plans The groom-elect is a graduate i the wedding .and, reception. Craft Exhibits Ponies '

The week's class activities and include' were outlined for the annual rushing ALL AROUND Miss Alma Jean Ayers, sister of Carnival Midway Sat. Talent Show I
night Bible a rummage -
to be held in March and the groom. Jimmy Vickers, brother -
sale, Saturday, Feb. 23.
April. KENANSVILLE of the bride, attended the
The Bible class will be the last Rodeo .2:30 P.M. '
The rush committee chairmenare Mrs. Luna I'
REFrnGERATIONfF Sharpton, Ft. Pierce, groom.A
until after Easter, al which I
gAs one as follows: Mrs. Lynwood is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella reception followed the wed- Fri. Sat. Sun. 1
the class will resume studies -
time Lupo, refreshments; :Mrs. Buck Story. ding, held at the home of Glenn
1 at the usual time, 7:30 p. Murphy, decorations; :Mrs. Jim Steve Harvey visited his aunt, and Charlotte Baisden. Prizes Gifts Awards
silent Is In place of the class mid- Trophies
Modern, me. !Dulgar, entertainment. Mrs. Lavar Eubanks in Okeechobee -
tops -. Servel Gas refrigerationis week 'Lenten services will be An interesting the Winds
absolutely silent . '. lasts held. program over the weekend. Heavy Big Display of Latest Tractors
life of Queen Elizabeth I was Mr. and Mrs.
longer (no moving parts) . Bobby Ray Vickers -
Saturday, Feb. 23, the Wo presented by Mrs. Irlo Bronson Damage Area
automatic Ice maker with no ; are visiting his parents, the
mussy fussy Ice trays . con men's Guild is sponsoring a Jr.Others Archie Vickers. Heavy winds, accompanied by and Equipment
stant supply of ice. Gas refrigeration rummage sale in a Hunter Arms attending were Mmes. Miss Rosie Vickers of Campbell rain are reported to have done

provides service in- any store room, Mrs. Lydia Grosz Larry Blankenship, David Put- Station spent the weekend at the extensive damage to an area
Defense Trailer
weathr? . 10-year warranty. '" and Mrs. Ollie Stockle,' cochairmen nam, Glen Haggard, Earl Moody, home of her uncle, Charlie Vickers north of town early Wednesday Civil

Workers are asked to report Fred Brussow, Larry Keene, Ho- : morning. Kissimmee Valley Agricultural Center

at 8:00 a.m., Saturday bart Tomlinson, Frank Broyles, Sunday visitors to the Augustus Most of the damage was to

morning. Pete Lee, Frank Godwin, Bill Saisden home were Mr. and Mrs. awnings on trailers at the Osceola Route 441 between St. Cloud & Kissimmee

Midweek Lenten services start Gephart and Bob Makinson. Pat Dollar from Kissimmee, Mr. Trailer Park.

6REEN5fUEL f ; Wednesday Feb. 27, 7:30 p.m. and :\Ir& Fred Bass, Fellsmereand
"The ,Scenes of the Passion"will BUY FROM THE a Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bass.

be the theme for the meditations GAZETTE ADVERTISERS Mr. Adona? Baisden, Misses Lillian -, [SOUTH TRAIL!
this Lenten season. Bess and Linda Sever and
.. .....
.fill;11'_\.H n"I. .._ a friend, all of Miami, spent Sun- o c D
it day visiting relatives and friends DRIVE IN
Insure Your future in m

"See Us For Your Gas Appliances"KISSIMMEE well-pa Dar I.:)ing Night profession Ciassee, lando Claudia, visited and her Monroe parents Arnold on,Sun-Or- THEATREERLANDO 0

ST. CLOUD Orlando V.A.Barber Approved College day.The p Ii IifQQ4tw

847-4171 892.2011 3399 S. Orange Blossom Tr. George Matz family have FLORIDA]
GA 5-5876 moved to Lakeland

1- "Cotton" Baisden is still havingto

THE KPBIBABIES BBIU EY RICE! make visits to the doctor be- THURS., FRI., SAT.
cause of his finger which he cut #
Feb. 21.22.23"SERGEANTS
($ d while at work, requiring nine. \
stitches to close.
Smartest Unelteon or dinner render Mrs. Lucia Babcock from Tun-I! 7:00"MERRlll'S FRENDSHP r AND i
-..: ,'- '..; " 1/0. i. Central Florida. Delink bridge, Vt. is here visiting her MARAUDERS" EF F

/ yourfamily .-. nonor your guests daughter Elleon Sue Babcock and WEL1CARPSA I
. by bringing them to li truly Miss Marilyn Coffin. 9:24

unique dining room. Happy birthday to Mrs. Nona "WAR LOVER" I
for the friend
sure prescription oiling
FIN G.r.e a r rkhcThe Wilson and 11:00
Augustus Baisden.
I. C..N H.o. Ayers-\1ckers friendship and cheer sent ?in gay, clever traditionalor

Vows SUN., MON. TUES. designs. Choose from '
ExchangedThe Contemporary our complete
Feb. 24 25 26.
: Lakeview Baptist Churchwas selection of Hallmark Friendship and Get Well Cords.HTJNTBROS. .
_k Jae..0rIaMe the scene of the wedding of "PERIOD OF ADJUSTMENT"

Miss Rebecca Vickers, daughterof "RIDE THE HIGH COUNTY"WEDNESDAY
Rev. and Mrs. Charlie Vickers,

and Jesse Charles Ayers, son of
look of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ayers in an Feb. 27 Onlyl!

evening service Saturday, Febru- "THE OUTSIDER" .

ary 16th. Tnoy Courtis"MIDNIGHT
fashion is the Given in marriage by her father LACE"

the bride wore a. street
length gown of white with lace Doris Day "T"ne Open Front

"WESTERN"LOOK bodice and full skirt of nylon over Store"i i

taffeta. Her elbow length veil was

attached to a velvet crown. She
GO FOR THE BIG, STRONG, SILENT TYPE? carried a white Bible topped with:

a bouquet of1 te carnationswith

white streamers.
Rev. O. L. Strickland performed -

the ceremony before the altar

gladioli between and baskets greenery.of pink and white 1 I FEATU REi IJJiiJTf, PRICE

saii1E The bride's only attendant was I




T The fashion world is turning . \ Diql-De.ftost -
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westward! Keeping pace with the ence. 'I I-, t IIIMII-
fast-moving trend are Acme'scustomstyled _, II I "" .

western boots! Slim _, Two Egg Shelves I ; ,
and SUNDAY 'M'- ; -
trim, with a fit that flatters . SATURDAY --- ;Corn- - 1-1 ','esButter .: :
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Acme boots -
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TRY THIS ONE look of fashion. EVENING ratFOtMANOS -
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Protective Dpor stops : Twofle: .G itJc Ttan '

Fri. & Sat., Feb. 22, 23 : - -

Most people think of Dodge asa medium3 series, all in the low-price field *H J .
price car. Because it has been for many with a five-year/50,000-irale warranty THE LOW PRICE -aai OF DQEFTIOW

years.Because it's tug.Almost 18 ft.long. 'rrE .0eeI ...-,,................. Say Porker

But in spite of its bigness and tradition, =..-=M.,dc..Mt mi M can NM ka MtkMl few-durt lor $19995
the 1963 Dodge is a bw-price automobile. r .rw orb..1s ii a...__.so.oe __ 1963DOOCC DODGE III 's.d40 "THE MJUED JIll I c-
This year,for instance,if you can afford =-,.:::.:::.;-.:.. : 7-MHlimi refrigerator*

a Chevy,you can afford a Dodge. ---IWl.a. "' _'. In M ten ytarsf With Trade
Understand we are not talking about =::::c. ==--= EMVISIOM CHRYSLER DAM Wape --
a special model There are 24 models in .,r,rw r a DIllIe enCaw c-.wd+.. sso'aas'rs CORI'OUhOII' TA212W

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,r Plaintiff has instituted suit for di- hereinafter described real propertx ttons and forms for bidding: max* flied petition for final discharge.

; terre against you in the above The name of the Court in which be secured from the County School and that I will apply to taw Hon
NOTICE LOST AND REALTORAMAOrange styled Court and you are herebysummoned he suit has been Instituted is the efftce by depositing . orable 0 P Johnson:Covuny Judgeof

ordered and required to Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial BOARD OFs PVBUC Osceola Count. Florida, on the

I FOUND file jour xx-rttten answer or defEnses Circuit of Florida in and for INSTRUCTION.OSCEOLA 18th day of March AD 1963 for

WOOD TREATING PLANT will Gardens to the Complaint filed In the Osceola County in Chancerx and : COt. -rY. approval of same and for final discharge -
above styled cause in the office of the title of the case Is as above FLORIDABy as Admx; eta. of the EsFRANCIS '
not be responsible for any bill the Clerk of the Circuit Court for captioned The real estate Involved \V B epMfts. tate of J KANE de-

other than ,Charles B. FOUND Pure Bred English set- the Ninth Judicial Circuit of florida h the following. located in Osceola SecretaryFeb. ceuecL
or Mary IncorporatedInvites ,in and for Osceola County at Coun -. Florida. \lz: 14. 21. 28. 1963. This 9th day ot February 1963
E. Gonyo administrator. ter.icinif; of Lake Cecile. nu office in the Courthouse In KisImmee Jessilder ThackerAdnxx .

.r Owner max have same by identifying .- Florida. on or before the LOT TWENTY NINE (291 Kis IX THE COURT OF THE COUNTY' CTA of the Estate of
you to aSpecial Sth day of March. A.D. 1963. and simmee Highlands Fourth Addition !- JUDGE OSCEOLA ,.COtN1Y.FLORIDA Francis J. Kane deceased
; S47-20S1. tc serve a cop thereof on Plaintiffs according to the Official Thacker and Thacker

; ARTICLESFOR RZALTCRS attornex whose name and address Plat thereof as filed and recorded NOTICE Box S27. Kissimmee Fla.Attorneys .
Open House are set out below. Should you among the Public Records of Os- for Admx eta
'UKEPFUCTIOS: FORFINAL Feb 14. 21. 26. Mar 7.' 193
fail to do so. Decree Pro Confesso ceola Countx Florida.

Sunday Feb. 24 mx hand as Clerk of said FURTHER that you are requiredto WILLIAM F. SKINNER. ) NOTICE OF FtBiiTiEAR1NG

::ii: 1 Court and the seal of said Court at file jour answer to the Com- deceased ) OX ROD CLOSING
Kissimmee:! Oceola County. Florida - ('Ialn'filed in this mortgage foreclosure ) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN bv'
House- 1 6 P. M. this 4th of 1963 the Clerk IN PROBATE the Board of Commission-
: BARGUN BRN FULL or PART TIME .. day February. proceedings with TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Count
I CmV If'; Zfpprr 3. Tooth mothers needed in 4(T CT SEAL) ot the Circuit Court for Osceola : ers Osceola County Florida. that
; wives GLENN RAY '. Kissimmee. Florida. ando said Board on the 11 day of :March
RrnOi.. 7 e Ear \ at Notice Is
: Bobs
Se hereby
Shoes8r that I ,
; Sock 19c; Pillow; 7k; sales. No experience needed tc See the delightful Clerk Circuit Court : serve a copy of same upon filed mj final report given as Executrixof hate A D. 1963 at 10 00 o'clock A Mat
Osceola County. Florida Plaintiff AttornexPhillip R. Kel- the offices of said Board in Kisstnunee -
: Shirt. SI; Foot SI; Dmses start We train. Write AvonMgr. the Estnte of UILLIAM F.
IU O Sic Bx s Ellanore O Jowers If'Pon Office Box: 331. (12 East SKINNER Florida. will hold a public
I Hankie; Koct 5c; Panties; Nylon 13c Belt 39*; .. P. O. Box 2003. Fort Orange Blossom Model Deputy Clerk Monument Avenue KI>:slmmee. Florida filed petition deceased for final; that I have hearing to consider whether or not
; MurraxV. Oxerstreet. Jr. not later than the 12 day of Hid Board shall close and vacate
I lit
13c and that
; Caps ; Sprrad $?.i : Pierce. Fla. I will apply to the Honorable -
I Hair f't.If'; T-Shirt. S9f' Attorney for PlaintiffP March 1963. or decree pro confesso O P. JOHNSON and renounce and disclaim an
Nearly I'nr'OOd' Trades at The; tastefully furnished by O Box 492 "ill be entered against )-ou. This Judge of Osceola Count right or Interest of the Count and
County Florida.
) '
: Bargain Barn. Come to Sibert WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE TO Kisaimmee. Florida notice xxill be published four consecutive on the 18th day of March. 1963 for the public in and to that certain
Feb. 7 14 21. 28. 1963. times. weekly in The Kis- portion of a certain unnamed platted -
Millftrrh4tn** Im Daveaport. call regularly each month on approval of same and for final discharge
Parks *:imiree Gazette. on th following road particularly described as
Immediate! Follow Furniture Co. _
the lfot as Executrix of the
BARGAIN BARV established Studio Girl Cosmetics IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FORTHE date*: February ,. 14 21 and 28. ot WILLIAM F. SKINNER Estate follows:
deceased -
Open Week DiD And Sundays clients in and around Mssimmee. NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF 1063. That portion of the unnamed
Decorator Ann Duncan FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS- I Circuit Court Seal This 11th daof Februal.A.D.. platted road lying to the West
making necessary deliveries CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN s GLENN RAY 1963. of the Uest half of Lots 109 an'1

:SPINET: PLNOSWe have in this etc. 3 or1 hours per CHANCERY NO 6398 Clerk Circuit Court I Sara E. Skinner 116. and to the East of Lots land
Osceola County. Florida 117 in Section 11. Township
t \vicinit two spinet pianos which day .Route will pay up to $5.00 1616 Cecile Street FiRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Phillip R. Kelley I \\llllam Executrix F.of Skinner.the Estate of 26 South. Range 30 East. according -

must be sold at once. They can per hour. Write STUDIO GIRL LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCEOLA PO Box 331 deceased.THACKER to the Plat of the Seminole'
COUNTY a Corporation organized (12 Monument Avenue) I Land and Investment Compare s
be purchased by making small COSMETICS Dept. 75932 Glendale FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS = and existing under the laws Kissimmee. Florida Att\.s. for ExecutrixBox AND THACKER. Inc.) Subdivision of said Section

deposit and taking over smallmonthly CaIILREAL of the United States of America Attorney for Plaintiff I 527 Kissimmee. Fla. as recorded among the public
PLAINTIFF Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 Feb. 14. 21. 28. Mar 7. 1963. records of the office of the Clerkof
I n qui r e I
payments. xs.PALMLAND I the Circuit Court of Osceola

Thompson Music Co.. 29 Colonial INC. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR IN THE COURT OF THE CUta Count Florida.
Plaza Mall. Orlando. Phone OS II COUNTY. and be heard and
a Florida Corporation and THE FLORIDA IN AND FOR on the day at
t Corporation. CHANCERY NO. 6427 BOARD OF COUNTY


Phone 847-4306 Bud and John'; :2 bath. S230 down. S46 momhlx. We cooperate with all Registered Real Estate Brokers NOTICE OF fIT LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE- FRANCIS: THE J. ESTATE KANE. OF )) FLORIDABy
TO: PAUklLAND EXTERPRISE OLA COUNTY a Corporation organized /t' Harris G. Daniel
Air Conditioning and Heating Saylors Agency: Realtors. Office I. CORP. : Address Unknown: -A--Florida and existing under the laws deceased IN PROBATETO ) Chairman

Headquarters. Gatorland. 855-; Estate ; Corporation of the United States of America. (County Com-nlssloner's
You and each of are hereby
In the Court of the County JadgfeOsrroU you :
'KEROSENE FUEL OIL PHILHEAT. 1710 Orlando. Connt>'. Florida notified and required to present that a suit has been brought vs.ROMANIAL. Notice is hereby given that I Feb. 21. 1963
against xou. the nature of which Is INC. a Florida Corporation -
IX RE THE ESTATE OF ) any claims which you. or eitherof have filed my final report as Admx.c.i.a. .
Extra Large. prhate. front lake MAP.IOX H. JOHNS ) you. max have against the estate a mortgage on the : ; of the Estate of FRANCIS
OSCEOLA OIL CO. 1110 Homer J. Perkins. deceased. hereinafter described real property PRODUCTS. INC : PANNING LUM- J. KANE
Electric Deceased. ) of deceased: that I hue IN THE GAZETTE
lots. For homes trailers.
or The name of the Court in which IERD: ; SUPPLY CO. and KIS-
NORTH MAIN ST. 847-3941. To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees ote of Osceola Count florida. to the suit has been instituted Is the SIMMEE TP"SITIIX CO. each
and water. S10 down
good he
and all Persons having Count Judge of said County
p Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial I a Florida Corporation; IP.. G.
SS month more for Claims or Demands against saidEctate at his office in the Court Houseat SALES SCftVICK
Why pay Kissimmee. Florida. within six Circuit of Florida In and for EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC.. a Radio and

FOR RENTFOR less Visit Tropical Park Lakeon :You :and each of you are hereby calendar months from the date of Osceola County In Chancery and Florida' Corporation. and LAWYERS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
the title of the case' is as above TITLE SERVICES INC
441 in North Kissim notified and required to present any the first publication of this NoticeEach .
route captioned The real estate involved Kissimmee. Florida. a Florida Cor-
claims which >'ou. or either of >ou. claim or demand must be In 1the following located in Osceola COMItm NOME JUlJGSl iGSPARKS
mee. may have against the estate of Marion riling and must state the place of County Florida. Iz porationDEFENDANTS T
RENT 6-room house. 8 H Johns deceased. late of Osceola residence of the claimant and must FURNITURE CO.
Brack St.. S60 month. Call Or FOR SALE: Nice 65 x 130 lot County. Florida. to the Count be worn to bx the claimant. his LOT TWENTY-SIX 126 of KIS NOTICE OF SUITTO
Judge of said Count at his office agent or attorney or the same will SIMMEE HIGHLANDS SECOND rkiiamn Tl. HniJ
land x S5529S7V. B. Home. edge of town on Route 327.Write in the Court House at Kisslmrree. become void according to law. ADDITION O>ceola County. Florida : ROMANIAL.Address INC.Unknown a Florida
1417 Florida. within six: calendar This the 23 day of January 1963. Corporation. ;
or see. G. C. Claik. according to the Official YOU: ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat
:FOR RENT: Two apartments Winter Park Dr.. Casselberry, month from the date of the first si Anna W. PerkinsAs Plat dated the 17th: day of March a suit has been brought
of this Notice Each Administratrix of the
publication A D. 1959 and filed and recorded NORRIS
against 'Ou. the nature of which 'Is CLEANERS
furnished. S60 and S56. Electric Ha. c'a'm! or demand must be In writing Estate of amonz the Public Records of Os foreclose the
a mortgage on
Homer J. Perkins.
hear and must state the place of resi- ceola County Florida the 14th
For.couple. Call &47430aFOR on hereinafter described real property
be deceased.
otnee of the claimant,. and must of A.D, 1959 in Plat
April. The name of the Court in which
Phillip R. Kelley
sworn to by the
Book One (1' 380.
on Page the suit has been instituted Is the
; RENT: 2 bedroom house. aj-ent or attorney or the same will 12 E. Monument Axe YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Circuit Court for the Ninth Judi KISSIMMEE'S FINEST
IP O Box 331K.i
furm hed. No Lots to FOR BIDS btcomeoid according to law FURTHER that you are requiredto rial Circuit of Florida in and for
Sealed bldi will be receued at This the 30th day of Janual'1963. }-. :.i>slmmee. Florida file your answer to the Complaint Osceola County in Chancerj and 103 East Dakin Telephone 8474941ROTHROCC
trailers Rainbow Attorney for Administratrix
Mobile Homes :
the office of the Board of Public fhed in this mortgage fore-
the title of the is above
case as
and Trailer Park. :Michigan Instruction of Osceola County at S CARL A. JOHNS Jan. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963. clo-ure pro eedngs'! with the Clerk captioned The real estate Involved
Thacker and Ernest St;... Klsslm- Administrator of the Estate ot the Circuit Court for Osceola
l 1:0 the located in Osceola
Axe. 1 4 mile off Vine St. past me. Florida! up to 10:00 A.\I.. Marion H. Johns. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR Count at Kissimmee. Florida. and following.Florida. xiz
Count :
:* Bowling Alley. Tuesdatart'h 5. 1963!: for furn1 deceased. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF to serve a copy of same upon

1 hhlng materials and labor for Eruiso-i and McWhlrterAttornejs FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS- Plalntlff'sttorney.. Phillip R. Kellex LOT TWENTY SEVEN Kissim
Plumbing to. be in-tailed for tw> -*- CEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. IN '. East
Post Office Box 331. (12
e.a\-fc.da' Fourth Addition.
""; mee Highlands.
Tog RENT House. CHANCERY NO. 6426
large living Kis
casroom! addition to Kissimmee Monument AxenuerKUslmme Flo- according to the Plat thereof as' }
\ room. separate dining room. 2 High School Kissimmee Florida .;!b.- 7. 'H.-'21. 28. 1963. ifc: :>" FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND ilda not later than the. 12 day of filed and recorded among the
; '
.. i All bids received wIll be publicl* March 1g J. or decree pro confes Public Records of Osceola County
bedrooms. fully furnished. Rea IX THE COUNTY JUDGES LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE- .
opened and read alou& Plans and will be entered against xou. Thisnotice Florida.

sonable rent. One mile south on specifications may be examined at COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY OLA COUNTY and existing a Corporation under the law organized Will be published four con- YOU ARE HEREBXOTIFIED .
the office of the School Superintendent FLORIDA. secutlxs times. xxeekly In The Kis IURTHER
that you are requiredto
1792 Ph. S47-5327: the office of IN RE: ESTATE OF of the United States of America. th
Kissimmee or at PLAINTIFF. simmee Gazette. on following file :jour answer to the Complaint SEPTIC TANK CO
Charles H Parson Architect. IS LOYAL A. JACKSON Deceased. due: February 7, 14 21 and 28. filed In this mortgage fore-

TOR RENT: Lots for trailers. Stewart A\enue Kissimmee : :NOTICE OF INTENTION TO vs.! 1063 closure proceedings with the Clerk
.. ROMANIAL. INC Florida Corporation
One set of plans and specifications ::\APPLICATION FOR FINAL a I Circuit Court Seal! ot the Circuit Court for Osceola;
Rainbow Mobile
and forms for bidding ma s Count at Kissimmee. Florida. and

Trailer Park. Michigan Ave.. b< secured from the Count Schoollfice ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN AND .SUPPLY INC: : PANNING CO. and LUMELR KIS-- Clerk Circuit Court to serve a copy of same upon Culvert Tile for Driveways
S1500, : Osceola Florida
V mile off Vine St. Bowl ( depositing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that SDI IEE TRANSIT MIX CO.. eacha Plaintiffs Attornex Phillip R Kellex -
past BOARD OF PUBLIC Phillip R Kelley .
Pot Office Box 331 (12 East
size for need.
ing Alley. INSTRUCTION.OSCEOLA Geraldine C.1.. Budd has filed her Florida Corporation INC L. P.. G.EQUIPMENT P.O. Box 331 Monument Axenue Kissimmee Florida Septic Tanks-a every
COUNTYFLORIDA final report as ancillary adminis COMPANY 'a 112 Monument Avenue) later than the 12 of
not day
Florida and LAWYERS .Work 280 Gallon Grease
tratrix of the Estate of Loral: A. Corporation. , Kissimmee. Florida Cement Traps
March 1963. decree
:$OR RENT and has TITLE SERVICES INC. or pro confessO
that she
: Apartments By \v, B Stephens. Jackson. deceased; Attorneor Plaintiff will be entered against: you This
houses by week or month. Cotton's Secretary' tiled petition for final discharge. Kissimmee. Florida. a Florida Cor- Feb. 7 14 21. 28. 1963 notice will be published four consecutive

11--'''. 7. U 21. 1963.!: and that she will applY to the Hon pr.rationDEFENDANTS times. weekly in The KIs-
Apartments North Or- orable O. P. Johnson. County Judgeof
? MORTGAGE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT: FOR simmee Gazette. on th following 15 Years ExperienceK.
;!* ange Blossom Trail. IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Osceola County Florida on THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF dates: February 7. 14 21 and 28.
4th day of :March.! 1963. for approval OTlCE FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS- < C. ROTHROCK and
COURT IX AND FOR OSCEOLA of same and for final discharge TO: ROMANIAL. INC. a Florida l owner operator
:APARTMENTS : $9. as ancillary administratrixof Corporation. Address Unknown: NO. 6428 '
511 $12. week. Mrs. Paul the estate of Loyal A. Jackson. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED s
Circuit Court
per IN RE: ESTATE OF deceased. that a suit has been brought Clerk

Davis. 114 Emmett Street IDA MAY CLARK This 21st day of January. 1963. .against jou. the nature of which Is LOAN URST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Osceola County. Florida
'10 deceased. M. BUDD: to foreclose on the Philjip R. Kelley
C. a mortgage
HHM HIIH -- H W M'Kitchenettes $/ GERALDINE Co.
: NOTICE TO CREDITOR: Ancillary Administratrixof hereinafter described real propertyThe OLA COUNTY a Corporation organized P.O. Box 331 Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix
and trailer
: rooms TO ALL CREDITORS.' LEGATEES and existing under the laws 112 Monument Avenue
of the Court in which
the Estate: of name
apartments with lake and shuf- PTSTRIBUTEES AND ALL PERSONS Loyal A. JacksOn. the suit has been instituted Is the of the United: States America.. Kissimmee Florida
HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Ninth Judicial PLAINTIFF Attorney for Plaintiff
deceased Circuit Court for the
5 fleboard. By week, month or AGAINST SAID ESTATE. Murray W CnerstreeL Jr. Circuit of Florida in and for "5. Feb. 7. '14. 21. 28, 1963

:* year. Capitol Motel. St. Cloud \'Ol"and each of you are hereby Attorney for Ancillary Osorola Count in Chancerj and ROMANIAL. INC'a Florida Corporation PHONE: 8473524'STEEL
notlfed and required to present
J Hwy. 44XSERVICES Administratrix the title of the case Is as above PRODUCTS INC PANNING LUM- Sealed bids will be received at
:: .>ny claim which >ou or either of"u. :
P. O Box 492 captioned The real estate Inxulxedthe
'w_ .. may have against the estate t'f EER AND; SUPPLY CO. and KIS the office of the Board of Public
Kissimmee. Florida is following. located In Osceola
SIMMEE TRANSIT MIX CO. eacha Instruction of Osceola County at
\00 Ida May Clark. deceased late t'lf .
Jan. 31. Feb. T H 28 1063.: CountxFlorida. x Iz:
Eaton Count State of Michigan Florida Corporation L. P. GEQUIPMENT Thacker and Ernest Sts. Kissim
TWENTY-SIX 26 Kissim-
COMPANY INC.. a mee. Florida. up to 10:00: A.\I..
OFFERED of Osceola
to the Judge
Count .
mee Highlands Fourth Addition.a'CO'dlng SALESANY
Florida Corporation. and LAWYERS Tuesdax March 12. 1963. for furnishing
County at his office in the Court. NOTICE OF SUIT !
'II to the Official Plat '
hoj se at Ks! >lmmee Florida. withIn TO: HENRY. HAWKINS:' andIf thereof ar filed and recorded TITLE SERVICES. INC. materials and labor for
the date of the married. HAWKINS his Kissimmee. Florida. a Florida Cor Electricity to be installed for two
months from
Vse one of our Carpet Shampoo- six among the Public Records of Os-
first publication of this Notice wife. and F. H. HUGHES and If ceola County Florida. porationDEFENDANTS classroom addition to Kissimmee DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT

'q ers FREE with Blue LustreCarp.T Each claim or demand mu t be In married, -Ht.GHES.: his wife. YOU ARE HEREBY :NOTIFIED' High School. Kissimmee. Florida.
if alive and If dead the unknown 'FORECLOSURE MORTGAGE All bids received will be publicly
Shampoo. Parks Furniture \\ritlnz and must state the place fLRTHER thatou are requiredto
NOTICE OF SCITTO opened and read aloud. Plans and Priced .
c.f residence of the claimant and heirs. de\lsees legatees. grantees file your answer to the Com- Competitively
Co. claimant creditor trustees or assigns under : ROMANIAL. INC.. a Florida specifications may be examined at
mu:>t be sworn to by the plaint filed In this mortgage fore-
\ Identified Corporation. Address UnKnoxxnYOU : the office of the School Superintendent. -
the above
i-i.:!' pent or attornex. or the same! tnof specifically clo ure proceedings xx-ith the Clerk
MEN AND WOMEN: NEEDED will become told according to la*', Defendants; and all unknown ot the Circuit Court for Osceola ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Kissimmee.. or at the office of TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS'
Dated this. January 23 1963.s parties having or claiming to have Kissimmee Florida. and that a suit has been brought Charles H. Parsons. Architect. 18
I WORK IN CIVIL SERVICE Arthur D 'Clark any right title or Interest In and Count at of against >'ou. the nature of which 'i Stewart Axenue Kissimmee.One HORSf TRAILERS AND UTILITY TRAiLERS
to serve a same upon
*o experience necessary gram Ancillary Executor of the to the following described property Plaintiffs Attornex cop Phillip R. Kel- to for losea_ _mortgage on the set of plans and speciflca

estate of situated Osceola County. florida. Icy. Pot Office Box 331. (12 East BUILT AND REPAIRED
mar school education usually Ida May Clark. deceased. to-wit: Monument Avenue Kfcsimmee Florida -

sufficient Train now at home Phillip R. Kelley Lots: 10 and 11. Block 227. TOWN not later than the 12 day of c.._. ....-. WU. f Sh., AI Weft Gw..i..d.
Pot office Box 331 OF ST. CLOUD FLORIDA. according -
:! March 1963. decree pro confesso
bor jobs with Security. For details Kissimmee Florida to the Plat of said Townof will be against >ou this

*I send name address Attorney for AncillaryExecutor St. Cloud. florida. as filed In notice will be published four con- WEEK-END SPECIALS Old Orlando Hwy. seer Uvt. the office of the Clerk of the CIrcuit -
phone no. to : National Training Jan. 31. Feb. T 14. 21 1963 Court of Osceola Count. simmee secutltimes.Gazette.. weekly on' th in following The Kis Rt. 1, lox 2J1-A KJulmrn

; Service Box 931, Kissim"mee. Florida. on the 31st day of Au- dates: February 7. 14. 21 and 28.
gust. A. D. 1909. and recorded
Fla. KISSIMMEE among the Public Records of the
I Circuit Court Seals
said Osceola .County.. Florida. In / / GLENN RAY LOU YOUNG WELDING
Plat Book B. on pages 33 Clerk Circuit Court I 1962 Ford Falcon Ranchero ,
and 34.TAKE. Florida ,
Osceola County
J NOTICE that a suit has Phillip R. KellexPO I R/Hu..uuuusI595 PHONE 847-3898
I!been filed against you In the Circuit Box 331 I 8,000 miles.
Court for the Ninth Judicial
112 Monument Avenue)
Circuit of the State of Florida. In
I and for Osceola County wherein Kissimmee. Florida

,I GEORGE WOLFE and ALMEDA Attorney for Plaintiff .
L1 Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963
i J WOLFE. his wife are the plaintiffs 1962 Chevy II, 4-Dr.


al. are the defendants the same IN :THE. OStCOL'NY.IN COUNTY Auto., R/H . .,._ .... .... .... .u.81895 .
II being Chancery No 6433. The nature FLOP.1DA.
of this suit Is a suit to quiet ESTATE OF SERVICECustom

Let's title_ on the above described real RE.EMMA B. ROGEP.s. Deceased
estate TO

tile your answer and written deft DISCHARGETO '

when did you %. 'hses to the Complaint with the ALL FINAL WHOM IT MAY CON- Auto. Trans. Heater. 1380 223 S. BERMUDAPHONE

check your fir. Insurance Clerk of the Circuit Court of Os- "i.
: 847-2207
Florida in this pro HEREBY GIVEN
against serve a copy thereof That Albert P. Rogers has filed his
the actual valueof upon the plaintiffs' attorneys Executor of the Estate .
final report
whose names and addresses an. deceased ;
B. Rogers. 1954 DIOOTon
of Emma
your property.In hereinafter set forth. as require 1 haTnied petition for final Dodge
by law. not later than the 1st day that
that he will applyto S495
of March 1963.wrrNs I discharge the Honorable and O. P. Johnson. Pick-up... .... .... ........ .... .... .... BE WISE
my hand and the of- of Osceola County.
have tidal seal of said Court In Klssim- County Judge of March.
1958 1955 1950 Replacement costs Osceola Florida. on the llth day
County Florida
mee. this
and for
skyrocketed in the past few years. 25th day of January. A. D. 1963. 1963 final for discharge approval as of Executor same of the I ECONOMIZE

(CIRCUIT COURT de- 1956 Chev. 4Dr. Bel-Air
Estate of Emma B. Rogers. I .
It's Just good business to carry a little more coverage GLENN RAY. ceased.. 495

to take care of increased values. It's just good Clerk of the Circuit CourtBy This 5th ALBERT day of February.P. ROGERS 1963. R/H Std. Trans..... ........ .... ... Extra Quality Blocks .

/$! Ellanore O. JowersROWLAND
Estate of
business to check with us. D.c.. Executor of the At No Extra Coat
I .. AND PETRUSKA Emma deceased.B. Roger

33 East Robinson Avenue Murray w. Overstreet. Jr. 1960 Corvair Std. Trans.
Orlando. FloridaALEXANDER
D. HALL. JR. Attorney for ExecutorBox PIi.$474021Member
I P O Box 596 Kissimmee.492 Florida R/H... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ,
St. Cloud. Florida
Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963.
for Plaintiffs
Jan Attorneys 31. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 1963. IX CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE of Osceola County Builders Associatiea




.118-.1963 IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) I JAMES A. BCRDITT. JR.. Defeodant. -

Deceased. ) NOTICE OF SUIT

-8474121r Dealer"
Jr.. Berlin. Dodge
To all Creditors. Legatees. Distributees JAMESA.BURDITT. % our NEPTUNE ROAD KlSSUOIEEwm
and all Persons havlng Connecticut: .

.Claims or Demands; against Mid NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I .

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