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.: . _:.iJl| Air Show 'l Sen. Bronson Visits


< r Scheduled March 17The 1 p- 6 New ConstituentsSen.

first Annual Orlando-' cockpit biplanes are rapidly t Irlo Bronson of Kiss with Bill.

--TL' Kissimmee National Air Showis and sadly passing out of the immee, and the 33rd State "I have seen some awful

rr scheduled for March 17th aviation picture. Today there Senatorial district, visited good legislation killed by spite

at' the Kissimmee Airport, are but a handful of the two- Martin county to meet some bills and I have no intentionof

sponsored by the Kissimmee" wing ships remaining. of the new constituents hand putting him on the spot.
4 A ,4x Junior Chamber of Commerceand A majority of the people ed to him by the Legislative and I know it will be the same

the local.Florida Aero attending the Orlando Kiss re-apportionment bills, last with him" he said.

Club, Osceola Chapter. The immee Air Show Sunday week. He covered, briefly, what hedescribed
show Is produced and directed March 17th will be viewing.. He admitted to a full-house as 'the traffic prob
by Skyrocket Productions for the first time an "old F I Kiwanis Club luncheon groupat lem" of state financing in the

t, Inc., Pittsburg. Pa. time" air show. Stuart that he was herewith l Face of a possible billion dollar

r The National Air Show will All things change. Parentsof mixed emotions. budget.

feature "Jenny' to Jets" in today's children . most. t ;: "Maybe it's now time to "Sixty-five per cent of the
two solid hours of thrill pack of whom have never seen a __ simmer a little think a little.I state appropriation goes to education -

ALL-AROUND ed breath-taking aerial action two-wing designed type plane know it was a shock to you betwec. 20 and 25
The Air Show will be seen but are steeped in jets and BENTON WINNERS-John MacGillivray presidentof to be handed a senator you per cent to public health, wd I

Knechels is shown on CBS' Sports Spectacular supersonic aircraft . will the Kissimmee All States Tourist Club is shown as he had no part in electing, and fare and institutions, whichdoesn't

Pat Scudder named All Around pre- March 31st coast to coast. recall the joyous occasion presents trophies to the winners of the Benton Tournamentfor it was a shock to me, too," leave much of any
senting right, Champion This show has been classedby when every one flocked out to players over 70. Bert Everett center placed first and I he admitted."In place to cut appropriations."The .
last withan
Cowboy in the Silver Rodeo held weekend
Spurs TV experts as one of the; the local air patch for the Ercel Wright, right, placed second. (Photo by Hamrick) Osceola and Okeecho- answer seems to be in
engraved saddle from,Herzberg's Saddle Shop. (Photo finest outdoor attractions in] air show. 1 _ J. bee counties I had a selfstyled broadening the sales tax base.

by Hamrick) the country today as proved'. As was the case in the past district, I spent 10 yearsin there's no other way to do

. '-.... by its very high rating. when the whole family went Livestock Show Was the House with no opposition -it. I never have agreed to a

,{... ... Like the American Indian, out to see the show the same and had only one opponent -sales tax on groceries or medicine -
;; "f. ;<;: > and buffalo the old-fashioned is true today. This Air Show in the Senate in 12 years."I I don't believe there

i ;e biplane of yesteryear with its will especially give the young "Record Breaker"The never have said I didn't should be a tax on medicines

p -., ., colorful helmet and goggle people an opportunity to enjoy want Martin County, but you because it's hard on the pen
/ pilot is vanishing from the and capture the picture- I got a Senator you didn't vote sioner, and we have many"

'a' t American scene. The old time sque sight before it is too 19th Annual Kissim new Hobby displays. Honorable for and "I got a county I didn'task he added pointing out that

piston-propellor driven open- late. mee Valley Livestock Show, mention was given Mrs. for. he continued. he had once introduced a bill

a. , which closed Sunday was declared Blanchard and Mrs. Shieldsfor "Now, I've come down here to increase the sales tax from
a r t rt r r z: Exchange 194 Head: Sold a "record breaker" in their demonstrations of with a peace offering, to try three to four percent, with
attendance exhibits to show you I can be a good
commercial weaving. one-quarter of the income going
I .. . At Local Market and senator for Martin County in
4iL .S .:ff ffA Students tion. community participa- The winners of the evening the 1963 session," he said. municipalities back to the and origination to schools"I

1t At the Kissimmee Livestock program, Saturday night, "I will represent you with
quality as well as the could
think that
sponsored by Mrs. Rita Bou-
Market Wednesday 1&4 cattle everything in my heart and
, number of commercial displays
.8Y1 Trip "Dream" and calves were sold comparedto and implement dealers dreau and emceed by Mrs. soul," he went on, pointing pass now, he said.
Jean Barber of St. Cloud was that Indian River, St. He said he felt the mini
196 a week ago. increased this with almost out
year foundation school financing
enthusiastically mum
to last Wednesday Lucie, Martin, Okeechobeeand
Gastaldi's "six monthsnow all displayers reporting
Angelica large audience. plan needed overhaulingand
S. Heifers and Bulls Osceola Counties were
Slaughter Improved sales and
in the United States seems interest. said he was in favor of
few last week for comparison. First place was won by all in the same district priorto
too Awards made to exhibits
like a dream", she told the Rotary Cheryl Hartley of St. Cloud 1945. the so-called 72-25 per cent
Cows 50c lower and calves were as follows: Best local the costsof
dub Monday. with her demonstration plan whereby county
of it
"In those days, took longer
1002.00( lower. Stocker steers commercial exhibit First Federal -
That is because, she said, "ev- ballet dancing. Second place to between Kissim education would be peggedat
poorly tested, ,heifers steady, followed by Persons Inc.,
fast. Rotarianswho 25 cent.
erything goes so per
was won by St. Cloud's Gin- mee and Stuart. When the
met her when she first arrived cow and calf offerings too limit- Su'Wan'Nee Sales and Hod- nie, Barber's pantomine of new turnpike is completed, itshouldn't In his closing remarks, he
from said Angelica ed for test. Steers comprised gins'[ appliances. Foremost
Argentina Pearl Bailey's "Solid Gold take more than an offered to come to Martin
about 40 of the total at Dairies received the Awardof
herself has gone fast they percent Distinction Cadillac"; third place, Marsha hour and a quarter" he said. County any time.
marveled at the with which this annual Chicago day steer non- "I'll do beat for '
speed local Wynn of Kissimmee; Charleston "I'll judge my local bills on my you
she has learned to understand sale with bidding active on all commercial and to the Dance fourth were his parting words.
Best State Government Display ; place, a what (Rep. William E.) Bill
1 r and to express herself in, Eng. steers resulting in one high, Central Florida Flood- Kissimmee Baton Trio, Joyce Owens says. I don't mean I'll Sen Bronson was Introduced -
lish. choice show steer bringing $37.00 Williams Betty Cazier and be rubber but I will
Control; National The Navy a stamp, by Rep. Owen The program
In Argentina Angelica had per hundred lbs. Youth Group, Boy, Scouts; Gayle Langston; Fifth, Gayle ask him about bills before I'll was arranged by Frank

seen "many shows and read Good and few choice 800-1,000 Agricultural, 4-H clubs Exterior ; Langston, Baton Solo; Sixth,i introduce them, and I hope DeStefano of the Kiwanis
books" about America and lb. slaughter steers 522.00-524.75, modern jazz dance
display International a by Pat he'll do the same on introducing Club, who introduced Rep
they concerned drunks, psychopaths standard 195022.00, utility Tractors, and the Kissimmee and Jeanne Cazier of Kissim- bills. 111 go all the way Owens.

RUNNER-UP WINS AWARD Buster Makinson is and gangsters, and cities 17.00-S19.25. Chamber of Commerce.The mee. ''
fake Chicago. Once here she Standard and few good heifers "Ready" the baby burro donated
shown Lyons runner- to the champion Award of Distinction 'World of
presenting Larry up
found Americans were "peoplelike $19.00-$23.50. by Ready Market Day Prayer
in the Silver Spurs Rodeo held last weekend withan was presented to Mrs. Rita was
cowboy me". She said that American Utility cows 515.00-518.00, one Boudreau won by John Brannaman of
of St. Cloud
saddle from Makinson's Saddle (Photo as
engraved Field which this standard cutter Kissimmee
Service year 520.00. 14.00 Chairman on the drawing of
by Hamrick) / has brought her and 2500 other 1575. : effort for evening programthe most- the school children's free ride To Be Held FridayThe

students from all over the worldto Utility and commercial. bulls Talent Show. ticket stub.General' .
Pat Scudder Wins the United States. '"1s' doings '$17.5G-S19.25. --. .-', ..< *S.s. Ruth Watson of St. Chairman, Frank .
wonderful job". Few good calves 524.00-526.00, Cloud received the same Poffenbaugh of St. Cloud annual World Day of "More Than Coogwi...
About her own Argentina she standard 520.00-524.00 utility award for her work in behalfof plans an early meeting of department Prayer will be held Friday, Those taking part Include
said "we had three long Centuries 18.50.520.50.. Art and Crafts. The Tricolor heads to plan fora March 1st, at 2:00 p.m. at the Dr. Russell Brown, Methodist
Rodeo HonorsMore under Spanish rule. So we Few medium 500-750 lb feeder- Special Merit Award special celebration of the United Presbyterian Church. minister of New York state
Spurs never felt hard about the revolution stocker steers S19.00-S20.50. inferior went to Mrs. Frank Wilsey of 20th Annual Kissimmee Val-- The primary purpose of the who is spending the winter in

; our people just decided to and common 400-600 lb St. Cloud, who managed the ley Livestock Show next year. World Day of Prayer serviceis Kissimmee, Mrs Evanson.
than 6,000 braved a heavy Ronnie Brown, Gainesville; bar be a free country because man yearling steers and heifers to lead the participants into Martha Rylander, Louise
rain to witness the closing per- rel racing champion, Shirley was born to be free. We did not $16.00-$21.00. Bill Dowdy Found CANDIDATECarroll an active experience of pray I Bronson, Joan Noe, Mrs. G
Mrs. Steelman Borden
formance of the 31st semi annual Reaves Dade City. cease to feel Spanish when we er. West
Common and medium calves
Guilty By JuryA Dr. Olive Fish will presideat Mrs. W. C. Seckman, Mrs. P
Spurs Rodeo at which Pat Presenting the quarter horse declared our independence. May; 120 Ibs
518.00-523.00 one 3175. K. Weaver and Rev. Don Van
Scudder: of Dewey Okla., took awards was Geech Partin of Kis 25, 1810. : jury here last week the program which has
the honors. simmee president of the associ- "Since then we have had many been prepared by a group of Etten.
found a man who cared for Miss Edith Spencer will
Prior to the rodeo, in the rain, ation. They went to: forms of government and of pres- Golf Course Lease children in church Christian women in Korea.
a nursery Malotte's "Lord's Prayer. -
the Florida Quarter Horse Assn. Johnny Sixma, Lake Helen, for idents. Like you we bad a Qvil for about five years guilty of Leaders from the churches of sing."
and the Rodeo Cowboys Assn. of his champion racing horse Mr. War but we had no Abraham Approved By City lewed and lascivious conduct Kissimmee as well as several
is the
ministers will take part in the The service open to
Florida presented their annual Sambo; D. R. Daniel and sons Lincoln. with his 13-year-old daughter.It "
which is entitled public.
commission has
The City approved program
Oakland need
awards. Park for reining cham- "We have everything we & took the six-man circuit
Winners for the three days at pion Ebony Brooks; Shirley for a rich country, but still we're a Osceola Golf court jury four hours and five

the mid-winter rodeo here were Reaves, for barrel racing on her slowing down so much and everyone Country Club for property. at minutes to find Bill Owen i Chamber Group Wants

announced as follows by Sparky horse Jenny's Jasper; King Bacchus feels so helpless about it". the Kissimmee Airport.The option to Dowdy guilty after hearing

Dent and Katharine Autrey rodeo owned by Edgar Brown, Ft. One big reason she said, is that' lease has additional an 15 testimony and attorney's ar I
secretaries the show Pierce champion Little "people who don't know how .to renew for an
following : gelding; that the guments for more than 15
Bareback bronc riding John Switchy owned by D. R. Daniel write their names vote for pres- .years, and provides construct an additional hours. Planning CommissionA
club must
Tisdale! of Andalusia, Ala.; calf and Sons champion mare; Royal ident. I think the first thing to : nine holes within two A pre-sentencing investlga
roping. Bob Wilson Loveland King Adams owned by L&L do is to educate more". I tion was ordered by circuit

Colo.; bull riding Scudder; saddle Farms Dothan, Ala., grand In her Argentine high school years. is considerably Judge Murray Overstreet. I A request that the board of as recommend regulations, plat

bronc Scudder; bull dogging champion stallion; Miss Nan "we have six hours a day. Math- The than area that new used by Judge Murray Overstreetalso commissioners discuss with the laws and building and other cock>

Sonny Lambert West Palm Play, owned by Spencer Harden ematics, Spanish and history are larger the club. Lease agreements sentenced<<: three other Oscdola county legislative delegation as they become needed.

Beach; barrel racing, Shirley Sanford, best cutting horse. obligatory; ,the other three I been considered for more I men. The cases were: a local bill permitting establishment Proper use of zoning authorityit
Reaves, Dade City. Rodeo announcer Clem McSpadden courses are optional. . We but the Federal Edward Ashley who pleaded Starling local automobile !: of a county planning was pointed out, would safeguard
The Rodeo Cowboy Assn. announced an Oklahoma state senator have no home economics course;: Aivation a year Agency has refused nolle ''contendre to posses- dealer, has an- commission> is being prepared by agricultural iand-ownei s
the who calls the thing that most impressedme ion nounced the Civic Improvements Commit from encroachment by commeru
following 1962 state major rodeos throughout approval. However the accepted of lottery tickets, a pre- he would be a
champions: the West said "I don't think here din Osceola High School) providing for 10 pet sentence investigation was or candidate for city commission tee of the Kissimmee Chamber and industry, would safeguard
All around I've in was the equipment for that." j one dered. of Commerce. residential property owner from
cowboy, Bobby Sapp, seen a bigger crowd the of the club's green fees and the
Plant City; best bareback bronc rain anywhere. Angelica lives, she said in a memberships or $800 a year Herman Buster Letson ac- in forthcoming city Meeting Monday, Chairman Bill encroachment: by incompaftubk:*
small town about the election to be held Tuesday, outlined uses, and wtoukt+ order
rider Cary Carter Chipley; best: population whichever is greatest has had cused of improper display ofa Morse preliminary encourage
calf roper Sapp; best steel. Mrs. Gertrude Tewksbury left of Kissimmee "but it seems so' tentative FFA approval.The fire arm, was fined $40. He March 26. He will run in draft of a bill which would per- iy development of industrial and

wrestler Curley Pearce Okee- Friday to spend several days much smaller". The reason for FAA required that a had been in jail several the spot being vacated by mit the county commission to establish commercial areas in the county.

chobee; best saddle bronc rider visiting friends at Stt Petersburgand that she has discovered is that renegotiation clause be Included months. Commissioner Adrian Bov- a planning. body "to deal .Adequate safeguards to the

Charles Driver best bull rider, Gulfport. II "our houses are maybe 20 to a along with the renewal op Russell McKlnnon, 17, was is, who will be a candidatefor with a comprehensive plan for properly owner are believed incorporated

.. ,...-,."., .-... . .. block; here there may be two or' tion. placed on 10-year probationfor the present and future development ia the proposed legis-
.,: > :'. three.nAnd robbery. He was accusedof mayor. of O&eola county" as well (No. I, hued oa Pap 5)

they have nothing like our. holding up the driver of a
F .
J supermarkets, she said; "one Tom Miller To Be car who gave him a ride when ""; ." ',"

tt man just sells green vegetables Honored Friday he was hitchhiking. "I
in his store for example. So you

spend all your morning buyingthe Retiring after 26 years of service .
Col. Lamar Ledbetter '
groceries". : as sanitarian with the Osce
Miss Gastaldi comes from a ola County Health Department Killed In Air Crash

family of six children: four girl/. Thomas W. Miller will be honored l'
and two boys. at the Tropical Hotel Friday Lt Cot Lamar Ledbetter 41. $

March 1st. from 3 to 5 p-tn. was killed in the crash 'of a Strategic -

City Employees Ask His friends are cordially invited. Air Command B-47 six en-
gine stratojet based at Lincoln
Civil Service Plan Nebraska. '1l

His body was recovered Mon-
r tr Employes of the utility department President's Trophy
have asked the city commission day.Funeral 4If
services will be held
to put them under a civil Slated Next Week
Friday at 2:00 p.m. at the Cook-
service plan.
sey Funeral Home at St. Petersburg -
Utility Supt. Roy Hansel made The annual President'sTrophy
the request and suggested the I for mixed doubles is .
same board that would admin- I slated :Monday through Wednesday He is survived by his wife and l
All :two children; his mother. Mrs.
I at the Kissimmee
ister the police department civil
service might be used for the:II States Tourist Club courts. Marie Ledbetter of Kissimmee Dick; tc -- I t' Ir
utilities. The tournament Is open two brothers Dillard and ;
one sister Mrs. Ellen Snyder r
The citizens will vote on t
whetb-I I and three half sisters, Eliabeth
11 not the police and
F er or
partments should be Methodist Men To Dillard Edwards., Sue Egbert and Sally i .

der civil service. It will be included .>
1 j y on the ballot of the city Hold Ladies'NightThe '
Association To
election next month.TEMPERATURES. Methodist :Men of the Jr, '::1ii X-- -J 1

First Methodist Church will Hold Car Wash ;-

I hold the regular monthly sup- The Osceola High School Athletic -
per meeting tonight in the Association will wash cars a
I Tnes. 2-19 75 64 $0 683GROUND
SPRING FASHIONS-Mrs. Fred Conard president of the Wed. 2-20 --_-_-_---_ '70450 bungalOW. Saturday, March.2nd, at $1.25 per BROKEN-Ground was broken Sunday for the North Kuuimmee Baptist
n Ladies'
Kissimmee Woman's Club poses in a Spring Fashion I Thnr. 2-21 _____h_ 69 41 0 This will sitters be will be Night available car.For I Chapel on the Donegan Are. site of the present church Mrs P. K. Weaver and

the Triple Treat luncheon, fashion show and card party t Fit. 2-2S u_____u 65 40 D. and baby In the nursery In the call pick-up Tomlinson's and delivery ServIce seivke Leo Fertic are shown turning the spade of earth while others look on. They ate 'left
held Thursday at the Club House. Mrs. Sammy Lupfer I I Sat. 2-23 __.______W70 ....35 0 Thacker Building.An Station 17-3851 or Lombardy: to right Rev. John Wetmore,.Sam Lupfer, Mr. and Mrs. R. L Lewter, J. S. Norris,

III, right of the Junior Woman's Club acted. commen- 'I Son. %-U __..__p.:80 40 0 accordion band will provide Texaco Service Station 847-9967 Mr. and Mrs. A. G.Mann Joe Baker, Larry Dodds, Mrs. L L PearnMn. Ed Rotro-

tator for the show. (Photo by Hamrick) j 1 Mon. 2-25 ________ 73 47 .21 the entertainment. from 7 ain to 6 p.m berry L L Pearman and Odell Bronson contractor. (Photo b? Hamnck))


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2 The Kissimmee Gazette Kissimmee, Florida,Th'nirs:.... Feb, 28,1963 I.MI I Clara Qoontfty .

Frank Fedigan Died t Rev. Nina Dean, 77, Passed Away l C4rltuMb4U( Prices Reserved Good
y B March
At St. Cloud :
SaturdayFrank Died Tues. MorningRev. Mrs Clara Jeanette WINN-DIXIE <

Fedigan, 73, of Wheaton Nina E. Dean, 77, retired 1215 Parade Ave:, died e
Trailer_Park, St. Cloud passed Ordained' Nazarene minister, of She was a member ,
away Saturday night after a Intercession City, died Tuesday Church of Christianity.
a Land O'
lengthy illness.A morning. i iI I,mit, Mo. X eafl S unshlneBUTTER
native of Auburn, New York, I Before moving to IntercessionCity r Survivors include i SAVE4 !
he was winter resident of Jensen in 1941 she was pastor of Mrs. Mary Edna Fox. t
Beach for 12 years before the Nazarene Church in Titus- mee, and Mrs. Edith
moving to St. Cloud three years ville. Blue Springs, Mo.;
She is survived by one nephew,' children and four
ago.A veteran of World War One, Mr. Wallace Downer of Quincy, children.
he was a member of the Amer- Michigan. Funeral services -
ican Legion,World War One Bar- Funeral services will be held in the chapel of the 4j
racks, Disabled American Veterans the Church of the Nazarene, Home at 4 p.m .
and was a communicantof Kissimmee at 10:00 a.m. Thurs- Rev. Henry Young 49
i St. Thomas Catholic Church, day with Rev. Fred Toms pastor Trinity Lutheran : LB. ,
St. Cloud. officiating. Interment will be in mee officiating. A- $
be at a later date :
He is survived by his wife, Rose Hill Cemetery, under the rection of the Riedel ; ,
Loretta Hazel Cook Fedigan. direction of the Riedel Funeral
Recitation of the Rosary was' Home, Kissimmee. I II Home. Limit 1 with $5.00 food
at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Gris- I
order or more.
som Chapel. Funeral serviceswere Mrs. Lena B. Potts Local Girl
held at 9 a.m. Tuesday at
Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Succumbed Saturday Best of ShowNine
at which time requiem Mass
':Mrs. Lena Beatrice\ Potts died
said for the of his year old Peggy ,
was repose
Saturday. A, former Wisconsin Sr nd
soul, the Rev. George McCormack von the "Best of
to Kissim-
she moved '
officiating. in the Crafts Exhibit
mee 20 years ago. She was a
Casketbearers and Military member of First Christian simmee Valley
! Honors were in charge of Veterans -Church. Peggy has been HOLE or HALF SMOKEDHams
of World War One Barracksand amics for two years
Charles G..
Surviving are sons
McCoy Air Force Base. In- Tarpon Springs, Eugene, Richfield -. guidance of Bea Combs
Ceramic Studio. Her
erment was in the Catholic Section Springs, N. Y., and daugh-
of and brown
of Osceola Memory Gardens. ters, Mrs. Leslie Bretz, Middle pot green
of She entered six
Grissom Funeral Home was i in Bass, ,Ohio Mrs. L. Woodard art.
the show and had
charge of arrangements. Camdon N .Y. LB. YOUR! CHOICE
I plus the tricolor.
Mrs.: Potts was preceded in
ond in laminated glass,
Thomas A. Kent 85 death by her husband, Captain sculpture, first in [
Clark French Potts, on Dec. 8t; and first in I DETERGENT

Passed Away Friday 1962.Captain Debbie Cody, 11
retired - - - -
Potts was a
100 per cent winner :
Thomas William Kent, 85, of Chief Boatswain Mate in the tries and five I
116 Viola Street, Kissimmee, Coast Guard Service and a veteran stains, second and D ARROW
passed away Friday after a of World War I. glaze decoration, b
lengthy illness.A Funeral services were held in modeling. third in D giant 39;
native of Ohio, he moved the chapel of the Riedel Funeral In the adult hobbyist
a from Florence, Ala., to Kissim- Home Kissimmee, at 11 a.m.: Bessie Goodwin won SAVE 20
mee eight years ago. He was a Monday with the Rev. Jimmie in overglaze
Methodist and a member of the Cox pastor, of the First Christian and 4th in stains and W-D Brand NATURALLY TENDER Beef is trimmedby
Masonic Lodge.He o.urch. officiating. Interment; derglaze decoration.Mrs. i INM experts to remove excess fat and bone. Compare SAVE 30
is-survived 'by one brother, was in Osceola Memory Gardens Helen NME the W-D Trim. And compare the W-D GUARAN
Robert E. Kent, Kissimmee. Al- under the direction' of Reidel four ribbons in TEE. W-D Beef is guaranteed for quality and value Ted I WANT 49
so several nieces and nephews. Funeral Home.Services and 2nd in sculpture.In or your money back. No finer, beef sold. I e ,

Prayer services were held at the professional Limit 1 with $5.00 food
11 a.m. Saturday from the Grim- Combs entered eight
Held For or more.
som Chapel, with the Rev. John had eight ribbons. In CUT'BONELESS ROUNDSteaks
c, Briley, minister of the First Watson B. GouldMr. ated glass division
Methodist Church, officiating. 3rd; 1st in the
The funeral party left early Sun- Watson B. Gould, 86, of 66 her pair of .lb.88
g day for Florence, where final W. Kaley Ave., Orlando died brass Chinese ; ;
services were to be held with Sunday night. Mr. Gould was a 2nd in stains; 1st :
interment to follow in Canaar Herbist in Malden, Mass. A mem- glaze and 2nd in
,Church cemetery. Grissom Fun- ber of the Methodist Church he decoration. SIRLOIN
eral Home was in charge of ar- moved to Orlando a year ago, The other "Best or -
rangements.Mr. he is survived by a cousin Mr. award for paintings
Albert Gould of Orlando. another Kissimmee
Funeral services were held in Kenton. Steaks 98
C. L. Keach of 1722 W. the chapel of the Riedel Funeralat lb. ;
as be- 101m
Doris St. is also reported 2:00 P.M. Wednesday with .HOICE
ing a patient at a,local hospital. Rev. John A. Briley, Pastor of Lutherans Be

the First Methodist Church offi Lenten SeasonAsh LEAN MEATY BEEF SHORT
CARD OF THANKSThe ciating. Intermerrt in Rose Hill ASTOR COFFEE
family of R. A. Bowen Cemetery Riedel Funeral Homein Wednesday,
recently deceased, hereby ex charge. 7:30 p.m., marks Ribs
press their appreciation for I'the midweek STORE"A ,1.'cJ$139ji
every act and expression of Hospital Auxiliary at Grace Lutheran .
'service, concern and good will ..,-. St. Cloud. Pastor .
durmg-hw- illness-and- iMe- To Hold-S leShbw' -
Hoerger'nth .d1O <<
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his made Particular to Dr. H.reference A.- The St. Cloud Hospital Auxiliary Scenes of the : CK10H ,. Pr. 'f. "''Io'
Strasser, nurses and the staff will sponsor a style these
show and home talent enter- Sunday School I
of Osceola Hospital and many I
will follow
tainment Saturday night at Meeting Roast 9'SAW
friends. 7:30 in the St. Cloud commun- ice this Wednesday lb. 5 MAXWELL HOUSE , Save 1 1.4..
ity house on Ohio Street. Thursday Feb. .
Call. . Dorcas Circle will 1 L8.
Door prizes, refreshments, Coffee CAN 49;
Parks Furniture Co. music, fun and styles for all Mrs. D. E. LEAN FRESH GROUNDBeef.5
ages will be furnished.Two immee, at 1:30: p.m. Limit 1 with .5.00 food
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Joe Rinaldi This is Rodeo Friendship Inc. Held I The Kissimmee: Gazette Kissimmee, Florida Thurs Feb. 28, 1963 3SPORTING

week. The cowboys will rope the Construction Started. [

r Elementary School News j. calves. .The cowboys will ride a , Luncheon Meeting j I.

bull. The cowttbys\ will ride a
:r Friendship Inc. met at the

I By Peggy Bradbury jump The. cowboys will have to On Baptist Chapel 21 Tropical, Mrs. Gertrude Hotel Thursday Woods resid-Feb. MAKINSON

Corbitt This is Rodeo
Preparation for construction of will be moved eventually to a ing.Mrs.
We Dave just finished Cowboy said. "T' e .radio said that there Week. Cowgirls do tricks on the North Kissimmee Baptist location further: back on the Frances Randall introduced
Week in our schools. The Silver horses. Cowboys calves. The following :
might be a volcano today. rope program
Monday erty and will continue usedas
Chapel was begun on to be
Spurs Rodeo with its various activities Another choice bit . this Rodeo is exciting! after the groundbreaking cere- Sunday school space and for Readings by Mrs. Mary Love HARDW ARE

and excitement was para- certain seven-year-old announced Steven J.acOOsThis is Rodeo mony on Sunday.The other purposes. and Mrs. Betty McPherson.The .
mount in our little folks minds proudly that his mother had laid Week. The clowns are funny. time for completion is 90 The building committee has Osceola High School Sex-

.yland' lives. a little baby boy the night be Look at that cowboy ride. The days from date construction begins worked through the Missions tette composed of Misses Judy
Quite a few teachers and pupils fore. Rodeo is Shirley Dickson, Effie ., ,
fun. Guynn
Odell Bronson is tbecon- Committee of the First Baptist : :
;",wore Western attire to school. Betty Driver and .Ronnie Somers Church in Chitwood Charlotte Chitwood and :; : \ J : ,"
Bill Rileford and tractor. The building committee bringing the plans to :
George Han-
In Miss Junie GoolSby's level in airs. Louise Elliott's level Allen Conner and Glen : ,'
Messrs .
is of Leo K. .
kins composed Larry Dodd P. Weaveris ' '," '
are new students t
in Mrs. '
two" room, the wrote about class had tonsilectomies. several! ", 'i \ *
1 group two selections
Jean Donahue's level and Fertic and Sam Lupfer. chairman of this committee. Ward sang ' v, .... ,, :\:.\ :, r :"
.*.CO\\ >oys and"the Rodeo. A cutand These sayings were collected at eight :I The and The chapel financing which were enjoyed by; all. Miss .. ,, "'' ':: -. ', :: -.' ,'. ' "
nine room. This class has been building will be 36x80 congregation is I .. -, .:. &: "
$ paste mural of things a cow random from this class: Do I Sandra Deakins accompanied on e A.
the ft
used the
will be construction with
mainly sane- 't.\\
i doing a unit called "Our Coun as a : I
boy has, wears, and uses was know what makes cheeks so and introduced the __ )'II""A
my assistance of the piano
try. Creative stories and I tuary. It will be ol masonry con- the First Church PJ :
made. red? I eat beets. My great, great, songs .1\
which is numbers. Bcors"
struction. The helping loan. II
/were compiled into a booklet. present secure a ,
? Also in Rfisi Goold 1:1 .
>ys room great grandfather's sword burnedin Mrs Robert Eby sang "Melodyof [- I
Presidents born
"Nancy Wooten and Phillip Lbnd- the Michigan: fire. It was a studied. The February were i Love", "I Love You Trot" T ] II II . ,
ham are at home with chicken sabre. Everybody always wants following stories NamedSalesperson which 'I II _
came from Mrs. Donahue's mom.By Ed Ladue and "God 000D5.Galv. .
pox. Larry Hartman joined this some of Mother's cakes. Everything r.l
my Robin Parker-Cowboys everyone enjoyed. George Harris SADDU, ,-",,- --5' VVIQw..
class from Lbngwood.: she cooks: is good. You are los T M"' ,
people who used to live a long played 1 three selections on his Mm 81TSWJtI ,-BO, i
One day the sky was a pecu- know, my grandmother tried .to time ago. They rode on horses musical saw much to the delight t" IK,,RODEO T tt\itS STS = ,,, : DEYoe_
liar color and it looked as if the get me away from her chocolate Of Month
Mrs. Erma10
.and used to herd cattle. Now of his audience.
weather could turn into any kind cake. She forgot what time it
people are just called Lellan accompanied Mrs. Eby _j : p'i w
of storm. A little fellow cowboys:
came was, only 2:30 and she went to also s V _
because they ride broncos. Some and Mr. Harris on the piano .
up to Mrs. George Bast, Jr., ,and I bed. When she got up, no chocolate people are called cowboys be- Edwin J. Ladue of Orange served as treasurer of the Os for community singing led by I, ,tL

cake. cause they ride Western horses. Gardens was named Salespersonof ceola County chapter of the Mrs. Louise Olson. .
The room of Mrs. Pat B. Red- the Month for February 1963 March of Dimes.
LEARN decorated
Some people should be called The tables were effectively -
Year future in a i grave has been hit by the sick cowboys because they talk hke' at the Chamber of Commerce He instigated the bird sanctu- with red. white and blue

well-pa. *flag Night prof.aDay bug. There are three cases of one, look like one, live like one Koffee Klub held at the Tropical ary in Orange Gardens and i tapers, streamers and flags in
".A. ClulH'I I, chicken pox, two of mumps, several and they )Eve around one. Hotel Wednesday.Ed raises funds necessary for its up:. commemoration of George Washington's -
Orlando Barber College ': with flu, and one boy is at tools and .
wife Cecile keep by selling garden
'I i By Nick Zuptic A cowboy and his cameto Birthday. A lovely Valentine
3399 S. Orange RIOMom Tr. school with broken
a arm.
GA 5-5876 walked in one day, in the merry Kissimmee in 1958 and boughta other gadgets.He plate and flowers and FijiillPIPE
The children in this
room wrote month of home in Orange Gardens. Before believe KIssimmee'to be a
May. And then he said, tapers adorned the piano. I
stories. The children were
"Open up I say, then how aH his retirement he was an warm and friendly place in Guests were: Mrs. Helen Nelson -
STOVES- REFRIGERATORS given the first and last line. which live and sells it
the others would pray." active and useful citizen of Sara- every Ohio: Mrs. Pauline Ferguson -
Here the results.
USED Debbie are The children in Mrs. Peggy toga Springs, New York wherehe day to those with whom he Cleveland. Ohio; Mrs. Con-
Urick This is Rodeo
i, Week. Cowgirls do tricks. Cow- Bradbury's level five and six was head of the city's recrea- comes in contact.Duplicate nie Webber Melrose Mass;

J FURNITURE boys rope calves. The bulls buck room are studying the sandy tion division. He is a retired Mrs. Josephine Massey Flint
: SeWell-Thurmond shore. Many interesting forms of swimming pool technician and
the cowboys off. The Rodeo is Bridge Michigan; Mrs. George Harris.
=- 1015 West Church ORLANDO exciting! sea life have been brought in for is still known as a swimmingpool Mrs. Thelma JJathalow and Mrs.
.. display. consultant and traveled Winners AnnouncedKissimmee Elsie Grigsby of Kissimmee.
around this country and even to
II : Christian Science 1 I Kissimmee Furniture Store Peurto Rico as 'a consultant.He Duplicate Club had

: Society is on the board of direc- 'a very close contest last week. Indiana Club To

Mr Each Wednesday 8 p. m. I 23 Broadway tors of the Orange Gardens Civic Mrs. Rowena Jewell and Rodney Hold LuncheonThe
WI 309 N. Randolph Association business manager of Walker won NorthSouthwith

s o II...' Stnrktt . . _ 11 .... I! Telephone 847-4411 the Kissimmee Symphonette and 40 points, followed by Mrs. Indiana.Club will havea
II...'School . .. . 9:30 C.M. 'I Rod Bramham and Mrs. Ed covered dish dinner at the STEEL

: H! A complete, free interior decorating service planned Guild Technical 38K Hobbs points., both from St. Cloud, with St.Monday Cloud, March community 4th. house

Flowers For All Occasions I to suit your pocketbook. Featuring Name Brand Staff NamedKey East-West honors went to Mr. Members are to bring a covered
and Mrs. Jim Wilson at 41% dish and own service.I
ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST i Furniture, Bedding Accessories, Carpets Accent men of the technical staff points, and the Jim CooleyArtHeld Coffee, cream and sugar will

I Rugs, Lamps and Draperies for the production of "AngelStreet" team at 36 points. be furnished by the commit and Black Pipe
to be presented Fridayand Next play will be March 4th at
73IKOADWAY' M7-45M I (Evening Appointment) Saturday, March 22 and 23 7:30 p.m. at St. John's Episcopal will be served at

__, I at the' High School auditoriumwere parish ho se. All bridge playersare noon, followed by a program. Sizes from / to 4"
announced Monday night at invited to bring their favor.,
the Footelight Theater Guild ite partner and play duplicate. NARCE To Hold

They include Marry Mount and Mary Hansell FetedAt Luncheon MeetingThe Round Iron- / to 14"
Amazing Cook Master starts, stops,oven automatically! Kirk Anders, co-directors; Andy National Association of

-_ Broils beautifully. Intense radiant heat broils like Hermann, technical coordinator; Bridal Shower Retired Civil Employees Chap.ter
: charcoal! Van Held, assistant director; 526 will hold'' a covered
r I Two 6"-two 8" fast-heating Radiantube surface units. I Fred Brisban, in charge of light- guest Pretty of Mary honbr Hansel at a bridal was dish luncheon and monthly Flat Iron-'/ " to %"x6"

i ing and special effects; Eliza- Call Shower Saturday evening business meeting Saturday at

beth Davis, site I properties; when Miss Alice Parker, 12:30: at the Orange Gardens

-ai3 SPECIAL Jerry Phay, hand pros.Commissioners. Mrs. Herbert Parker, Miss community building.A .
$20995 Iron 1" 4"Cold
Judy Tindall and Miss Cynthia second reading of the Angle to

Study Robertson entertained at proposed chapter constitutionand

Metftl fl-35-$3, tltctrie with working trade the E. J. Parker home. Guests bylaws will be heard and
County PlanningRobert all members are urged to at
were asked to call between tend. Roll Steel-V& to 1'V6",
; Doyle, planner for the seven and nine. ,'I' '
I to
Miss Hansell's wedding
wM East Central Florida Regional Douglas Horde' will be an County Accepts ,::1'0
GEHRETT APPLIANCE Council met with qCI.
recently coun-
ty commissioners to give them an event of March 14th at four Feed Applications Key Stock-W to 1"
n o'clock at the First Baptist
idea where Osceola
County may Church. Livestock producers in Osceola
24 BROADWAY 847-4761
fit into the plan.
Parker home emphasized reminded that
The county are appli-
r h He also wanted to get their the bridal motif with love cations are being accepted at Bolts-W to 1W
ideas, but this was left to a work-
ly white azaleas and a profusion the ASCS county office for the
shop held after a luncheon meet- of white plum blos- purchase of corn under the .re-
ing at St. John's Parish House ,
som. Punch and petit fours Gently authorized Livestock Feed
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Brand-New V-8! where some 30 persons were were served from a table over. Program. Osceola county is in- Cap Screws-V4" to %
.. guests of William E. Wallis and
Italian cutwork
laid with an eluded! in the 45 Florida coun-
Paul Kirkpatrick, Osceola mem-
cloth. About seventy friendsof
ties designated by Secretary of
bers of the council.
the bride-elect called dur- Agriculture Freeman as disaster Sheet l\letal-Cut To Size
"We want to make certain that
ing areas eligible for assistance
Osceola interests are properly
-- e.l through the purchase of CCC-
represented"Doyle told the com
missioners.He owned corn for preserving and
told of the advantages of maintaining foundation herds of Channel Iron-I" to 6"

:. the regional planning program Bitty _Bass dairy cattle beef cattle, sheep

warned that zoning without plan- and goats.
ning is not proper and added: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Baisden Eligible producers may purchase
the weekend visiting relatives Pipe -1h" to 4"
"We think each of the counties spent corn for their foundation Fittings
should be working on their own and friends in Miami. herds at 75 percent of the price

y a planning program." Charles and Rhonda Belcher support rate on con: of $1.31 per
u Doyle said the "whole objectis and Joe Melbourne visited relatives -bushel and at the. price support

to save tax dollars." and friends here on Sun rate for their other eligible live-

Also appearing at the meetingswas stock. -
Harry Lindsey, who is in day.Overnight guests at the Luke The authorized period for the The Largest and

charge of a special area office Stevens home last week were program extends through March

r.,. ot the Housing and Home Finance Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Rouse of 31 and the deadline for making

Agency. Oak Hill. application is March 8.
NEW vs Lindsey said the federal Govt. On Sunday Joe Stevens and Most CompleteStock

c COSTS ONLY recognizes the council's efforts boys from Belle Glade visited
J103 MORE and "We envision it as creatingone his 'parents, Luke and Kate. MONTHLYPEST
THAN THECLASSICS of the most desirable placesto Happy birthday to Dan I t a of

-ii live and work in the nation." Heaberlin Wayne Vickers and CONTROL Pipe,

Doyle said, "If a regional plan- :Jesse Ayers.
ning agency is doing its job, it Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Boney and SERVICEonts
: i iX will be .returning every dollar it Betty Okeechobee, visited Mrs. Iron and Steelin

w s __ spends. We want to maximizethe Mae Billings and family on Wed-
advantages and minimize the nesday. rots mite!
I ii1 iI silverfish
: problems." Other recent guests at the Billings caHl .
home were Mr. and Mrs. Osceola
LOTS Cleveland Boney and Robert of Or It in

AnnouncingNew Lorida.

Mo. Mrs. Ella Story was visited on
$1O Down, $8 Sunday by her'son 'Columbus forth sake of your hem* ..- CountyNo .
Rambler Classic V-8
Homes, Trailers or and daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. .
Jack vJorely and boys all of Mel- CALL
with superior performance and high economy Business. bourne. 84734'OSAND -

High and dry, electric Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill were

"Car of the Year" offers 198 HP V-8 and water. here with friends from Tampaover ROCK .
now '' -
the weekend. MORTAR MIX : m fii: -:lji; m: .:::;.;:':::.;;;: > ., /:::.
mate famed Classic 6. f
running to Parkon
-- Tropical Some folks were having real STEEL & WIRE MESH

a ,,, r Try this for a surprise package. A brand-new V-8. Rt 441 in NorthKissimmee. good luck at fishing on Friday.

{ Economy in the Rambler tradition.Responsive per- Butch Arnold injured his ankleon Job Too Small
a formance. Price?S76 to SI-951ess than comparableSixes Friday. Fortunately it was IHRR dlI

of the two best sellers. not broken as was first believed.R. .

Through of research, American Motors L. and Ginger Cole, Tampa
Advanced Unit Construction creates new years are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Too !
0 Large
convinced that V-8 could be or
was a high-economy
solidity, replaces many small P its. and family for a couple of weeks.
perfected. Today the Classic V-8 is tested, provedand KISSIMMEETRANSITMIX

ready for you, at your Rambler dealer. You Mrs. Arthur J. Morgan of 1716 :::Jrrr-:r-:-:-:.:"rr:=gr:;:=rnr:: ::?jrr= :-:'.;';",../..,',..,...;..,:?.'....:..;.,.../. ..:'::.;.'... ''.. .:.:';:;..;..
balanced performance plus high :alJ J r';rfrif rrfr>ir lrl iir:" "
%g get economy- W. Catherine St. is a patient a
-' the Best of Both. And many other "bests" you Kissimmee HospitaL tale, : 847-3524

never heard of before in any car priced so low! .


Ibm "s New Classic VI delivers V8performancefamous WINNER OF MOTOR THEM MAGAZINE AWARD $ HOMES illl I i.

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-4 The Kissimmee Gazette, Kissimmee I Florida, Thurs., Feb. 28, 196J: Presbyterian YouthTo ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Harper-Maguffy ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED

Hold Box SupperThe I Vows Are SpokenBetty 4

United PresbyterianYouth
with the help of the Jane Harper, niece of Mr.
United Presbyterian Men will and Mrs. W. Paul Riggs of Kis-
t"lltll''ll hold an old fashioned box simmee, and David Waine Maguffy -
social in the educational ajn of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. I
building of the church on Maguffy, Kissimmee,'were unitedin ;1 :_ 1' .
Monument Ave. on Friday, marriage Friday, February ;:
March 1, at 6:00: pjn. l R- 22nd in the home of her uncle
By BETTY EBY Women are asked to bring and aunt. 'a SS
> z. two boxes, one for their own The bride was given in mar- .
supper and one to auction to ; riage by her grandfather in the
the men. There will be an entertainment llama t = 8 p-m. double ring ceremony, per- : 1 x.y.a
following the sup- i, I formed by her uncle, Judge W.
twii Paul Riggs.
On the birthday list this' weekare ing .Jess 'mother, Mrs. Wilder, per.The public is invited. Proceeds Prenuptial music was renderedby w
Eddie Farmer, Pat Piazza, who has been ill. will go to the United : ; 4L- Mrs. Margaret Tyner at the
Avaline Lancaster, Clifton Bass, John Crowell of Winter Garden Presbyterian Youth Summer ii: ; organ with Miss Judy Guynn
Kathy Taylor Irma Stahl, Step- spent the weekend with his' Conference Fund. : : singing "Through the Years" and .
hen Lyons, LaRue Freeman grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. y the Wedding Prayer. Miss Paulette -
Margaret Zoffel, Michael Smith Henry Simmons.Mrs. Orange Gardens.dub Riggs sang the Lord's Prayerat
Sybil Smith, Risa Bobroff, Jim P. B,, Condit has returned Yac the close' of the ceremony I I
' McLaughlin, Barbara Hansell, C to her home at Indianapolis, To Meet TuesdayThe while the couple were at the i j .r
E. Platt, John Gehrett, Bess Indiana after her yearly stay at Orange Gardens Home prayer bench: i I
Autrey, ,Elaine Schmidt, Ricky the Tropical Hotel. Demonstration dub will meet Attending the bride as matronof I
Collins, Sarah Bowen, Orpha Mrs. Hairy Guy and family of Tuesday, March 5th, at 2 pin. > ; : honqr was Heidi Jean Riggs, ':
Carr, Bruce Lupfer, Mae Bass, Jacksonville were recent visitors in the community building. ; cousin of the bride. Rodney
John Cadel, Bill Burton John in.Kissimmee: The Osceola County Home Schmidt served as best man.
Moore, JoBerta Weaver, Bryan Mr. and Mrs. James McGuffeyand Demonstration Agent, Miss :Mari- The bride wore a white eyelet I i
Taylor, jtfrs. V. W. Edwards, daughter spent the, weekend lyn Dietrich will present the program ';" ,' linen suit with matching acces- i'
Doc Partin. Best wishes to each here visiting their parents. speaking on "The Selectionof r sories. She carried a white satin I
of you. Mrs. Charlie Few and her fami- Clothing". covered Bible centered with a :
Jess Thacker and family spent ly are making their home here in white orchid. I
the weekend at Clearwater visit- Kissimmee while her husband is Garden A reception followed in Mr. and Miss Joyce Ann Congdon
on duty at Laos.R. Mrs. Riggs's home. The couple \
Lee Graves Jr. flew to Cul- will be at home in the Stanko!I i Orlando.
Club NewsThe Mr and Mrs. Clair Cong Southern Bell in
GREEN'S FUEL pepper Virginia Saturday to at- .. ,' apartments on corner of Hughey I don announce the approach. Mr Bronson was graduate4from
tend the funeral of his father, Feb. meeting of the .", .. and Dillingham. I; ing marriage of their daughter Lakeview and is employed
Sales and Service R. Lee Graves Sr. which was Day Lily Circle was held Wed. Out of town guests attending: Joyce Ann to William Howard at Repro Inc. of Orlando
held Sunday.Mr. Feb. 20th, at the home of Mrs. ". were Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Riggs,1 Bronson, son of Mr. and The wedding will be held at
PHONE M7-4I72 147-4171 and Mrs. Massey and Mr. Sam Lupfer in, with Mrs. Mrs. Bob Pope, Miss Lynn Popeof Mrs. Troy Bronson of Winter 7 p.m. Friday. March 8th, at
KISSIMMEEFor and ,Mrs. Pearson of Ocala were Duncan McFarland as co-hos-' Miss Billie Kay Elliott Temple, Gebrgia; Mr. and Garden.. the North Kissimmee Baptist
guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. tess. In order to give the Mrs. Oscar Rahn and daughter, Miss Congdon was graduated Chapel.All .
Cat Delivery:Phone Arthur McGinnes. They took in guest speaker full benefit of Billie Kay Elliott Troy of Jacksonville' : Florida; Mr. from Osceola High School friends and relatives are
Harold algal, 847-2058 allotted the busi- and Mrs. William A. Jones and .
R. A. Fletcher 847-4539 the rodeo while they were here. the time and attended Orlando Junior invited.
Kenneth Bledso Mr. and Mrs. Byron Pool have ness meeting was dispensed daughter, Anna Mae, and Mrs. College. She is employed as
892-7695 [St. Cloud] returned from Miami where they with. To Wed Chris, Colombo. Mae Thomas of Orlando. a telephone operator with SHOP IN KISSIMMEE
For Gas Service:Phone visited relatives. Mrs. Richard Luce, Mel-
J. B. Rowntre 847-4062 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tammersof bourne, a flower show judge, Second Aldersgate
Robert Allen presented the program, giv- Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Elliott Miss Elliott was graduatedfrom I THEKISSIMMEE
Ocean City, Maryland stopped
Emory Bronson 847-4570 ing ideas as to how to carry announce the engagement bf Osceola High School and Camp Meeting BeginsThe
Leo Girourd 847.2061 off this week to visit the Tom
R. H. Hall 892-1212 St. Cloud Auburns while touring the state. out the theme of the Kissim- their daughter, Bijlie Kay, to is presently attending Troy State ORIp GAZETTE
or call H. T. Simmons Mgr mee Garden Club flower Chris Colombo, son' of Mr. and College where she is majoring in Second Annual Aldersgate I
847-4819 The American Home Depart- show, '"That's What I Like Mrs. John Colombo.Methodist Elementary Education. Campmeeting will begin Thurs-
H -c A Joke H.
Robert O'Berry 8473219R. ment of the Kissimmee Woman's about the South,". an event of Chris was also graduated from day evening at 7:30 with J. Byron Perrjr ew.P.Kr
W. Lassiter 847-3442 Club will meet Monday at 8 p.m. April 2021. Women To Osceola High and will receivehis Crouse, song evangelist, Orian h Offices 24-26 Stewart Ave.IOli .
John Evans, St.Cloud 892-3482 The meeting will "be held at Guests were Mrs. Nell Mc- Begin Study Course degree in Elementary Educa- Osbum, organist, and Rev. Ralph :
the home of Mrs. Jess Kibler, Glammery, Melbourne, Mrs. tion at Troy State at the closeof Sexton and Dr. John S. Logan as r Telephone 847-2881
-- -------- --- Wm. Sippel's mother Mrs. this semester.The evangelists. Dr. Russell V. De-
Morrison Michigan and Mrs. :The Woman's Society of Chris- Long, the third evangelist vwll
wedding will be an event of Entered aa Second ClftM Mall Matter
1 1f0 Sally Cooperrider, Gloriosa tian Service of the First 'Meth- July 16.Mrs. join the team on Saturday for in the Post Office at KlMtmmee., Fla
Circle. It was noted that Mrs. oaist Church will begin their the two Sunday campaign. I
Don Brown won a blue rib- study "Dimensions of Prayer" G, S. Murphy will con- Beginning Friday morning there Published Thursdays at, Kisaimmec, Florida '
1 bon for her entry in the Kiss- Tuesday, March 5, from 9:30 to duct this first study and all society will be four services'daily at 9:30
immee Valley Show, Flower 11 a.m. in the educational members and friends are A.M., 10:30 A.M., 2:30 P.M. and LEO SCHUMAKER :
Show section. building. I urged to attend.AUCTIONSALE . 7:30 P-M. Rev. Sexton, from Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION
-- North Carolina will be preachingeach
morning at the 10:30 meet- RATESSix

ing. Dr. Logan and Dr. DeLong months, .$2.50; one year, S4.00; two years, S7.0Q :
! will alternate in the afternoonand ';
G wt. evening' meetings.
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I services planned; the people are
__ G A S THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY encouraged to attend the local SPECIAL TRAINThe
FEB. 28th MARCH 1st MARCH 2nd MARCH 3rd churches for the Sunday School I
For clean, odorless even Beating, you just can't 7:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M. 7:30 P.M. 2:30 P.M. and morning worship services. Original
improve on Green's Fuel Gas heating appliances! Sunday afternoon rallies, and BLACK HILLS PASSION PLAY
Whether you choose central heating, vented"Wall Sunday evening meetings are
Lake Wales
WATCH THESE DATES. planned for both the Sundays .of .. .
heaters or other approvedtypes,, of space heatIng L
there Is I For The Best Buys You Have 1 rcet r Made Your the, Campmeeting.Rooms Tuesday, March 19, 1963
no hea{rig like] gas heating with > ,, During .Lifetime: are still needed lor the "-
Green's Fuel Gas.GREENS. Come In And See For Yourselves, As Thousand of Others Have people attending the Campmeeting -"
Done and Gone Home liappy. from out of the state. Resi- Going: Returning:
dents of Kissimmee are asked to Lv. Sanford 4:00 P.M. Lv. Lake Wales 10:15 P.M.
DIAMONDS FINE CHINA Bric.A-Brac SILVERWARE phone Mr. J. P. Crane at 847- Lv. Winter Park 4:20 P.M. Ar. Kissimmee 11:15 P.M.
FUEL WATCHES RUGS ANTIQUES LUGGAGE 4305 if a spare bedroom is avail- Lv. Orlando 5:00 PJA. Ar. Orlando 11:35 P.M.
able. Lv. Kissimmee 5:20 P.M. Ar. Winter Park 11:59 P.M.

THE mxtt cat fiAS: : % I Bid and Buy At Your Price. No limit. No Reserve Purchased from Estates, Ar. lake Wales 6:20 P.M. Ar. Sanford 12:2J A.M.

Bankrupt Stocks, Warehouses, etc. Mary Summerlin
A Pair of Nylon Hose Free to the first 2S women attending our sale. ALL SEATS RESERVED
PARKS FURNITURE CO rrr..rrr.rr.r.rr.rrr..rrr.rrr.rrr.rrrrrrrrrrrr.ROYAL Circle To Meet
Round Trip Fares, including transfer in each direction between
"See Us For Your Gas Appliances" BARON AUCTION GALLERY The Mary Summerlin Circle station and theatre, and choice amphitheatre seats:
KISSIMMEE' will meet Monday at 2:30 at the For further information and reservations cell
BLOSSOM PHONE 425-9971 home of Mrs. M. M. Overstreeton
847-4171 892-2011 (LICENSED) BETWEEN WASHINGTON b CENTRAL (BONDED) the Pleasant Hill Road. any Atlantic Coastline Ticket Office or . .

Miss Louise Thomason will be I W. A. FREEMAN AGENT
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asked !/! i Rm I Phone 847-4311
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of The Kisshllmee Gazette, Kissimmee, Florida, Thurs., Feb. 21, 1963 5
be filed with the City Manager
iniated SPECIAL Clerk! to the Commission
KAST Entertained do. This newly program protection to our citizens. NOTICE OF : ,
LEGISLATIONTO the City of Klssimmee not later Feb. 21. 28. March 7. 14. 19e3.IN :: ing Interest.. payable semi-annually: DONE AND ORDERED at Talla '
is intended for the Cody said the chamber's agri- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: than 4:00 P.M. on March 5th. 1963. on the first day of June and on I hascee Leon County. Florida. thl-
By Hunt Bros. "youngsters" of Senior Citizen culture committee would meet Notice is hereby given of intentionto BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat officeof THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE the first day of December of each 22nd day of February.: A.D. 1963
apply to the 1963 Session of the each candidate for the SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF year. at the.lowest rate obtainable W MAY WALKER
((55 years and over) with the civic improvements com- City Commissioner and Mayor- I I
age Florida Legislature for passage of FLORIDA IN AND FOR LEON when the same are sold providedthat Circuit JudeA
Rev. Maurice Grigsby opened Last week, several members mittee to review the redraft of an Act fixing the compensation of I commissioner of said City particular shall- COUNTYIN such bonds shall not bear Interest I true copy

I the meeting of the Kiss- attended the session and a the proposed law within the next County the Prosecuting of Osceola.Attorney Florida.of and the qualify office separately for which for he the to a candi- CASE CHANCERY NO. 18554 per centum at a (greater 6%) per rate annum than or six be !. Attest Paul F; HarUfMd

immee All States Tourist Club good time was had by all. ten days. providing for the monthly paymentof date as now provided by law. this FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT sold at such price that the net Interest Clerk Cowt I
week with a sermonette' Free instruction will be given such compensation by the County RESOLVED FURTHER that COMMISSION an Agencyof cost to the Development Commission I.i'on County. Florida .
last resolution shall take effect
six centum B D C.
Commissioners of said County. the State of Florida. shall exceed per By J. McCallum.
on "The President's Prayer. by qualified personnel at DATED at Klssimmee Florida on upon Its passage by the City Petitioner. (6%) to the date of the respective I hereby certify that I have furnished "
Harvey Eldridge, shuffle- Sky Bowl Lanes. This is the LEGAL NOTICES the 26 day of February. A.D. 1963. Commission of the City of Kissim- n. maturities thereof. a more particular a cop of the foregoing Rule,
PHILLIP R. KELLEY mee. Florida. STATE OF FLORIDA. et al.. description of said revenue Nisi to which was attached a cop:
board chairman, announced only lane in this area which Feb. 28. 1963.NOTICE. Passed and duly adopted on the Respondents. bonds appearing by reference to of the Petition therein referred t.'
i Galbreath and Er- instructor :NOTICE: OF PROCEEDINGS FOB I 19th day of February. 1963. RULE" :NISI said authorizing resolution certified William D Hopkins. State Attorn-;;
that Wayne has a THE CLOSING OF ROAD I Feb. 21. 28. March 1. 14. 1963. IN THE NAME AND BY THE copy of which is attached to for the Second Judicial Circuit of
cel Wright won second placein available. ,TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN TO BIDDERS [ IN THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE and made a part of the Petition the State of Florida, and Arthur LSteed.
the Orange Blossom Tour- Coffee and doughnuts will YOU WILL TAKE NOTICE that: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to. OSCEOLA COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT. OF FLORIDA I herein. This Rule Nisi Is to be published State Attorney for the Ninth
the Board of all Interested bidders that the TO THE STATE OF FLORIDAAND I In newspapers' of general circulation Judicial Clrcui of the State of Florida -
nament of the Amateur divis- be served free. A special in- of Osceola County.County Commissioners Florida Board of County Commissioners ofOsceola I IN RE ESTATE FLORIDA OF THE TAXPAYERS. PROWERTY published In Osceola County. by mail on this 22nd day vt
ion at Sebring.In vitation goes out to all Senior sworn petition of qualified upon land I County Florida. will receive LELAH I. IMBODY. Deceased. OWNERS. AND CITIZENSOF Florida and Leon County. flo- February. A. D. 1963
will ATM sealed bids until 10:00)( A.M.. I THE STATE OF FLORIDA rida. In form and manner as required Benjamin H Dickens
local Riedel tourna- in this to make owners on the ; NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
the Citizens area
motor FLO-
llth day of Marc" 196 March 11. 1963. for gasoline MAKE AND OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. by Chapter 75.06 Florida Attorney for Petitioner
ment Wayne Galbreath and plans now to attend this free thereafter as the matter or may as soon be oiL diesel fuel and similar items for FINAL APPLICATION DISCHARGETO FOB HI DA. INCLUDING NON- RESI- Statute Feb 111 Mar ?. H TSP

Eva Billingsley place first and session. Sky Bowl Lanes welcomes heard In the and Courthouse considered, at its office the Department.Specifications use of the Osceola County Road ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- SUBJECT DENTS OWNING TO TAXATION PROPERTY THEREIN OR- ..
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lemen- all who would like to florida. determine whether Kissimmee.or not and requirementsmay CERN NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN : ALL PROPERTY OWNERS.

ager, second. learn how to bowl. the County of Osceola will vacate be obtained from Glenn Ray. That Wayne H. Imbody has filed T TAXPAYERS.. CITIZENS. AND
abandon and discontinue and renounce Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners his final report as Ancillary Executor -I OTHERS HAVING OR CLAIMINGANY Best Offer
membership is now the INTER-
The club Many "youngsters" now and disclaim any and all at his office in of the Estate of Lelah L Im RIGHT. TITLE. OR
968. There were 18 presentfor bowling are shooting gamesof right and title of the County of Courthouse In Klssimmee.the Florida.time body deceased; that he has flied EST IN SAID PROPERTY COUNTY.THEREIN OR THE From Hong Kong
Osceola. a political Wlvislon of Immediately following Petition for Final Discharge, and TAXABLE
time. having attended
first and 160's. receivedwin TO
their IN
the State of florida< and the pubUe. above shown the proposals that he will apply to the Honor- OR INTEREST
Pete Hunt of Hunt Bros. these classes. If you In and to the road shown and be publicly opened and read. able O. P. Johnson. County Judgeof BE AFFECTED THROUGH THE
; towaive DEVELOPMENT -
program delineated on the Plat of Inter- The County reserves the Osceola County Florida on the ISSUANCE BY THE
Joy Postle a would like to attend COMMISSION. AN
presented ocean City. Section "A". Osceola reject any and all bids and to 22nd day of March. 1963. for appro- r
of art in which she drew February 28th at 1:30: p.m. as County. Florida as filed and recorded formalities. sal of same and for final dischargeas AGENCY OF THE STATE REVENUE OF
of Florida Glamour' important date to remem In the office of the Clerkof (SEAL) Ancillary Executor of the Es- FLORIDA. OF THE M 0 R E '
pictures an the Circuit Court of Osceola BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS deceased. BONDS HEREINAFTER LMi.. leaded M' IMh'd.t.dIes' .
tate of Lelah I. Imbody
Birds. The program was en- ber. County Florida, particularly des- OF This 13 day of January. 1963. PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED. OR $...... s
by all. ribed as follows to-wlt: OSCEOLA COUNTY. sWayne H. Imbody. IN ANY WAY TO BE I @ US S'.SO *
joyed I
All that portion of Caloosa Ave- FLORIDABy Executor of the THEREBY I
The club picnic was held' 1. utsa u.tUIXg and adjoining Lots */ HARRIS G. DANIEL Ancillary Estate of Lelah I. Imbody. You. and each of you. the State HedDp@ 1.10 ...
Wednesday February 20th (Continued from page 1) 1. 15. 16. 17 and 18 and abutting ChairmanFeb. deceased. of Florida through the State At- I
an unnamed 10-foot alley. In 21._28. 1963NOTICK Murray W. Overstreet... Jr. torneys of the Second! Judicial! Circuit :- LMhs' ,...4 G'-' ;
with 300 members attending. Block 15. of Tntpl'tV'.. <> Sec DEFEND for "Executor of Florida and the Ninth Judicial I @ US pro
lation in view of provisions that "A" w--County TO Attorney Ancillary Circuit of Florida, are herebyrequired i
tl I '
n Osceola t): Florida. 7N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE P. O. Box 492 this Courtin LH..s. Cere'
i al least two public hearings will as filed and IN to appear before
recorded in the NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Kissimmee. Florida undersigned @ 2.40...
be required before zoning office of the Clerk of the Cir- AND FOR COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. Feb. 21, 28, March 1, 14, 1963. the Chambers of the In I
"Seniors"Learn any cuit Court of Osceola County Flo- OF FLORIDA. In Chancery. Circuit Judge at the Courthouse writs fwfr.
becomes official, and because the I rida. In Plat Book I, page 169. STATE FRANK i. MCDONALD. Plaintiff RESOLUTION NO. 7-63 Tallahassee. Florida on the 18th I .. c.t.Io9... c
and lying between the Old Dixie MCDONALD. Defendant WHEREAS under the laws and day of March. 1963. at ten o'clock N,1
commission stands I RUBY J.
county as an \s. If |
In the forenoon and show cause. CO
Highway and Mayakka NOTICE TO DEFEND. ordinances of the City of Kissim-
appeal board in all cases."Recommendations The said road lies utsueihe of Florida to mee Its general elections are re- any you have why the prayers of'i,
from I I corporate limits of any municipality The State j. MCDONALD.You quired to be held on the last Tues- the Petition filed In the above i i P.O. lOX 4141 -
any Iin Osceola County. Florida. RUBY hereby notified that a day In March of each year; and. titled cause should not be granted ,: KOWLOON HON KONG
source will be welcomed by the Persons interested may appear suit In are equity for divorce has been WHEREAS before any regular and the revenue bonds therein described -
To Bowl chamber of commerce," declared and be heard at the time and place brought against you by FRANK I. general election the Mayor- mmls-' the and issuance the proceedings thereof be authorizing vail-- _
specified. Circuit Court of sloner shall Issue his proclamation,
in the
Chamber President Al Cody. "We (SEAL) MCDONALD Ninth Judicial Circuit In and signed by him and attested by the dated and confirmed, said revenue <
On Thursday, February 28, invite the reaction of citizens BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS the for County of Osceola. State of Florida City Manager, ordering said election bonds to be Issued by the Petitioner of ,
I OF summoned at least thirty days prior to herein in the aggregate sum
1:30 interested "Sen OSCEOLA and you are hereby
at p.m., throughout the county as a guide COUNTY. FLORIDA ordered and required to file the date set for said election; Three Million Dollars $3.000.000 I
k ior Citizens" will be given the in making our recommendationsto I By HARRIS G. DANIEL your written answer or defenses to THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVEDTha to be designated dated and matureas We Have Moved!
Chairman against the following election proclamation in denomination of.
opportunity to "learn to bowl"at the county board""The 1,Feb. 28, 1963 : the Complaint above filed entitled herein cause. In be Issued: follows I : I
Sky Bowl Lanes, on S. Or- need for adequate plan-I : >the ou office of the Clerk of the CIrcuit PROCLAMATION I "FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT
Blossom Trail in Orlan- : JUDGE'S Court In and for Osceola
ange is less evident al- BONDS" to be
I ning more or COURT.. OSCEOLA COUNTY. Florida at his office In the proclaimed that a regular general ROAD REVENUE
a ready," Cody said, "but the prospect FLORIDA. Court ty. House In Klssimmee Florida. election in the City of Klssimmee. dated the first day of December. W. H. MORSE CORP.
IN RE: ESTATE OF ONA THACK- or before the 25th day of March.A Florida will be held during the 1962. numbered from 1 to 3.000'1
Thank You, ALL. I for the six-county area surrounding ERY TEMPLE. ERLY on D.. 1963. and to serve a copy of legal hours of voting on the 26th both Inclusive. In
I the Nova project is that ONA THACKERY LAMB such answer or defenses upon day of March. 1963 at 27 Broadway. $1.000 each and to mature In numerical -I
Lots are selling extra : Deceased. Thacker and Thacker. Plaintiff'sttornC'ys Kissimmee Florida for the purposeof order as follows to wit:
we will grow as much in the NOTICE OF INTENTION Is Mayor-commissioner Maturity Date Amount !
TO herein whose address electing a
fast in sunny. . I next seven yearS as we have in JAKE APPLICATION FOR FINAL Box 527. Kissimmee. Florida. on or whose term of' office shall begin at 19fr 100.000 110.000 I New Location 323 BroadwayNew
DISCHARGE required by law. 8:00: P.M. on the first Tuesday In 1965
before said date as
f TROPICAL PARK. the past 150 years. Whether we TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- II you fall to do so. a Decree Pro April .1963 lor a period ot two 1966 115.000 120.000: Phone No. 847-3133
like it or not, rapid growth is CERN: Confesso will be entered against years and a City Commissioner to 1967 125.000

_Eddie demons_ I here and we need to provide: thisSENIOR Edward NOTICE L.IS Temple HEREBY has GIVEN filed that his you Complaint.for the relief demanded In the succeed George, whose Reynolds.present City term Commissioner of- 1968 1969 130.000, Diagonally Across from A & PINSURANCEREALESTATE

final report as executor of the estate YITNESS my hand as Clerk of office expires at 8:00 P.M. on' the 1970 140,000
of Ona Thackery Temple form- said Circuit Court of Osceola County first Tuesday In April 1963. for a 1971 145.000
erly Ona Thackery Lamb deceased Florida and the seal of said period of two years. and a City 1972 I
: that he has lied Petition for Court at Kissimmee. Osceola County Commissioner to succeed Adrian 1973 220,000 235.000
k Final Discharge: and that he will Florida, on the 19th day of Feb- Bovis. City Commissioner whose 1974 245.000 I -
apply to the Honorable O. P. Johnson ruary. A.D.. 1963. present term of office expires lit 1975 255.000 .
I County Judge of Osceola Coun- /GLENN RAY 8:00 P.M. on the first Tuesday in 1976 270.000 PROFESSIONAL APPRAISALS
ty, Florida on the 29th day of CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT April. 1963. for a period of two 1977 280.000
March. 1963 for approval of same' COURT OSCEOLA years; also submitting civil service 1978 300.000 I
and for final discharge and firemen to the 1979
CITIZENS as executor ) COUNTY. FLORIDA for policemen aggregating the sum of Three Mil
of the estate of Ona Thackery (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) voters. lion Dollars S3.000.000). and bear-
Temple. formerly Ona Thackery Thacker and Thacker. All persons possessing qualifications -
Lamb deceased. Attorneys for Plaintiff requisite: to an elector In state
I This 21st day of February. 1963. Kissimmee. Florida elections and who have resided in
ONLY ! I EDWARD L. TEMPLE Feb. 21 28. March 7. 14. 1963. the City of Kissimmee for a periodof
I Executor of the Estate of six months next preceding the
Ona Thackery Temple. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 21st day of March 1963. and who
I formerly Ona Thackery COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. shall have been registered on the
Lamb, deceased. registration books of said City according -
I Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. IN RE- ESTRm.A. to law. shall be entitled to
Attorney for ExecutorBox BRANTA D. SINCLAIR. Deceased. vote In said regular general municipal :
I 492Klssimmee NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO election.
Florida ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES The Commission shall appoint the !
I Feb. 28, Mar. 7, 14, 21, 1963 I DISTRIBUTEES, AND ALL PER I necessary clerks and Inspectors due to I I kG1f L4i )
SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS conduct said election and make
: : FLORIDA I hereby notified and required to pre- that this resolution and said elec-
I IN RE: THE ESTATE OF ) sent any claims which you or tion proclamation shall be published -
LAWRENCE W. GROSZ. ) either of you. may have against the In tthe Kissimmee Gazette a A Ait's
I Deceased ) estate of Branta D. Sinclair deceased weekly newspaper published in said ,
IN PROBATE late of Osceola County Florida City. once a week for at least thlr-
I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- to the county Judge of said ty days prior to the date of said

I CERN NOTICE: IS HEREBY GIVEN that house county at at Kissimmee.his office Florida In the court-within election.BE IT. FURTHER RESOLVED not smart to talk in your sleep. .
_ lessons Lydia Grosz has filed her final report six calendar months from the that the form of official ballot to ,
in only I as Executrix of the Estate ofLawrence "date of the first publication of this be used In said election shall be ..
W. Cross, deceased; that no!Ice. Each claim or demand must substantially follows to wit: 8'19".
she has filed petition for final discharge be-In'writing and must state the Official arft .
and that she will apply to place of residence of the claimantand Ballot G.: fit's
TKAlJXttl) the Honorable O. P. Johnson. Coun- must be sworn to by the Regular General Municipal Election 'j :
ty Judge of Osceola County. Florida claimant his agent or attorney or City of Kissimmee
INSTRUCTORS Li on the 29th day of March. 1963 the same will become void accord- Make a cross mark (x) before
1 for approval of same and for final Ing to law. the names of the candidates of your C
FREE discharge as Executrix of the Es- This the 13th day of February choice.
SPECIAL( tate of Lawrence W. Grosz. de 1963. FOR MAYOR-COMMISSIONER:
I ceased. MURRAY W.OVERSTREET. dote for one.
This 26th day of February. 1963. JR. (
SEN1011SFILM sLYDIA GROSZ Executrixof Administrator CTA of the I ( ) _.-.__--_- u_._
the Estate of Estate of GROUP ONE: Vote for one. ::; : Lawrence. Grosz. Branta D. SinclaIr I FOR CITY COMMISSIONER For
deceased. deceased Two-year Term to Succeed
Free Coffee and Doughnuts Thurs., 1:30 P.M, Brinson and McWhlrter Feb. 21. 28. March 7, 14, 1963 Adrian Bovis _
Attorneys at Law ( ) u '
Kissimmee. Florida RESOLUTION PROVIDING THE C ) ===u ::: walk in
Feb. 28. Mar. 7. 14. 21. 1963 METHOD AND TIME OF GROUP TWO: Vote for one. risky to your sleep. .<
If you bawled; before orhaven't IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY CANDIDATES Two-Year Term to Succeed
I JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY WHEREAS. under the laws and George Reynolds
FLORIDA.IN of the City of Kissim- ( ) '"' --
booted in years'comeinaiuLsign RE: THE ESTATE OF ) mee. a general municipal election ( ) "" .:::;;. "i. .?u_
IRENE G. STEWART, ) will be held In the City of Kissim- CIVIL SERVICE: FOR POLICE
Deceased. ) mee. Florida .on the 26th day of AND FIREMEN
'uppt our special TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- March 1963 said date being on AGAINST ( )
't CERN: the last Tuesday in said month and. FOR ( > w; .
seniors bdy SSwwLover ) Malcolm J. Stewart has filed his a :Mayor-commissioner and two that the City Manager be and he
I final report as Executor of the Estate City Commissioners to be electedby Is hereby, authorized and directedto
I of Irene G. Stewart deceased; the qualified electors of the have the necessary official bal-
meet old jl'zel2tlS I that he has filed petition for final City of Kissimmee In said general lots printed and make all such
discharge and that he will applyto : other arrangements and do. all
I the Honorable O. P. Johnson. "THEREFORE.: BE IT RESOLVED other things as may be necessaryfor
and mw& 7mifriends intlwse County Judge of Osceola Count that the names of all candidatesfor conducting said election accord-
T Florida, on the 29th day of March. said offices shall be printed on Ing to law.Passed .
1963 for approval of same and for the official ballot who have requested and duly adopted on the
and eyoyalile classes final discharge as Executor of the to become candidates by 19th day of February. 1963.
inte1'8sting Estate of Irene G. Stewart de written petition signed by at least ALBERT ROGERSIts
: ceased. tweny-flve electors of said City who Mayor-Commissioner
This 26th day of Feb.. 1963. are qualified to vote In said election ATTEST but it's dangerous to buya

I ; SKY BOWL LANES sMalcolm Executor J.of the Stewart Estate of and all of such oetitions shall CHARLES JACKSON

Irene G. Stewart deceased. ,
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I'' fail to do so. uecree .fro con esso YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED IN RE: THE ESTATE OF ) IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
will IX' entered against you. Wit- FURTHER that you are requiredto WILLIAM F. SKINNER, ) COURT OSCEOLA COUNTY
FOR RENT: Apartments and REALTORAMA'F.OR ness my hand as Clerk of said file your answer to the Complaint deceased ) FLORIDAIN
NOTICE I houses by week or month. Cot- Court and the seal of said Court Florida at filed In this mortgage foreclosure IN PROBATE RE ESTATE OF
KIssimmee. Osceola County. proceedings with the Clerk TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : JOHN C. THOMAS. Deceived
ton's Apartments North Orange this 4th day of February. 1963. of the Circuit Court for Osceola : NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

WOOD TREATING PLANT will Blossom Trail. I(CT CT, SEAL) County. ,at Kissimmee. Florida and Notice Is hereby given that I have MAKE APPLICATION FOR
GLENN RAY to serve a of same upon
copy filed final as Executrix FINAL DISCHARGE
not be responsible for any bills Clerk Circuit Court Plaintiffs Attorney. Phillip R. Kelley. of the my Estate report of WILLIAM F. TO ALL WOHM IT MAY CONCERN
APARTMENTS FOR RENT: $9 Osceola County. Florida Post Office Box 331. (12 East .
other than Charles B. or MaryE. Jowers ,SKINNER deceased' that I
$11 $12 per week. Mrs. Paul By s/ Ellanore O Monument Avenue) Kissimmee. Florida filed petition for final discharge.and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Gonyo administrator. Deputy Clerk later than the 12 day of
not I that I will apply to the Honorable That Murray W. Ovcrstrret Jr
Davis, 114 Emmett Street. SALE Murray W. (Overstreet Jr. March. 1963. or decree pro confesso O. P. JOHNSON County has filed his final report as Evrcutor ,
Attorney for Plaintiff will be entered against you. This I Judge of Osceola County Florida of the Estate of John C
I Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer: I P O Box 492 notice will be published four consecutive on the 18th day of March. 1963 for Thomas deceased: that he has filed'!
Kissimmee. Florida times. weekly in The Kis- petition for final discharge: and
ARTICLES approval same and for final discharge -
t apartments with lake and shuf- ;Feb. 7. 14. 21 28. 1963. simmee Gazette on th following as Executrix of the Estateof that he will" apply to the Honorable

fleboard. By week, month or News stand .I i dates: February 7. 14, 21 and 28. WILLIAM F SKINNER de- O P Johnson. Count Judge of Oceola .
FOR SALE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR 1963. ceased. County Florida. on the 22nd
year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud il THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF (Circuit Court Seal This 11th day of February A.D. day of March. 1963. for approval 1 -
I Hwy. 441.SERVICES. I Hotel FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS /GLENN RAY 1963. of same and for final discharge nFenttor -
CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. INCHANCERY Clerk Circuit Court Sara E. Skinner' of the estate, of John C
BARGAIN BARN NO 6398 Osceola County, Florida Executrix of the Estate of Thomas dereated
Combs IC': Z("pM'n Se. Teeth I -I Lot for Trailers Phillip R. Kelley William F. Skinner. This 18th day of February'. 1?63
Brushes 7e; Ear Bob Sc; Shoes i II Deep or FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND PO Box 331 deceased. s/ Murray W, Ovr treet. Jr
87r, Six-ks 19e; Pillow 79e; .I OFFERED LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE- (12 E. Monument Avenue) TRACKER AND TRACKER Executor; of the Estate of
Shirt $1.; Pant SI; Dresses i I I OLA COUNTY a Corporation or- Kissimmee. Florida I Attys for ExecutrixBox I John C. Thomas. deceased
$1.M: Kn** Sie; >?]... Sge; on 17-92 ganized and existing under the laws Attorney for PlaintiffFeb. 527. Kissimmee. Fla. Feb' 21 28. Mar 7. 14. INS
Hankirs k, Panties 15c; Belt I of the. United States of America. : 7. 14. 21, 28. 1963 I Feb. 14. 21, 28. Mar. 7. 1963.
Hair Nets 4e; T-Shirts 3k; WORK IN CIVIL SERVICENo Business Building 20 x 50 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR I Notice Ie hereby given pursuantto
Nearly Everybody Trade at Tile THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF I IN THE COURT OF THE COuw i* a Final Decree of foreclosuredated
Bargain Barn Come t4t Sibert experience necessary, grammar PALMLAND ENTERPRISE CORP. FLORIDA IN AND FOR os- JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. February 30. 1963 and entered
Mill I. Davenport.Immediatrl school education usually Gas Station a Florida Corporation and THE CEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA. IN ;. FLORIDA in Chancery Case No 63flof '
>'. Fellow the kit** ATLANTIC REFINING COMPANY CHANCERY NO. 6427FIRST NOTICE OF INTENTION TO the Circuit Court of the Nmt r.
BARGAIN HA UN. sufficient. Train now at home a Corporation. APPLICATION FOR Judicial) Circuit In and for Ooeo'' i

Opeeek Days And !Sunday' for jobs with Security. For de- Trailer Park on Lake DEFENDANTS FEDERAL SAVINGS AND MAKE FINAL DISCHARGEIN CountFlorida.. wherein" J, 1. KK.
tails, send name, address, NOTICE OF SUIT OLA COUNTY a Corporation or- FRANCIS: J. LANE ) Ida. Is plaintiff. and Aries W. Can 3
1 National Train Fish TO: PALMLAND ENTERPRISE ganized and existing under the lawsof ) trrll his wife are defendant 1
NEW FRIGIDAIRE FREEZER: phone no. to : CampFLORIDA CORP.; Address Unknown: A Florida the United States of America. deceased.IN PROBATETO will to thehighest bidder fo;;
::1t' ,
11 cu. ft. chest. Full guarantee' ing Service Box 931, Kissim CorporationYOU PLAINTIFF. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- cash : front door of the OsceMa
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED County Courthouse in Klsstrnniee '
Take over 16 payments of 515.25! mee, Fla. REALTYCOUNSELORS that a suit has been brought ROMANIAL. INC8. a Florida Corporation CERN Notice Is hereby given that I Occeola County. Florida. a'!

or $220 cash. Gehrett Appliance, I against you. the nature of which Is OSCEOLA CEMENT have filed my final report as Admx 12:00: Noon on the 11th day of
T to foreclose a mortgage on the PRODUCTS. INC.; PANNING LUMBER of the Estate of FRANCIS March 19S3 the following; described
24 Broadway. Kissimmee. hereinafter described real property. AND SUPPLY CO. and KIS J.c.t.a.KANE deceased; that I haw properly' as set forth In said Final
WANTEDWANTED The name of the Court in which SIMMEE TRANSIT MIX CO., eacha [JEtt'r('('. to-"" It
FOR SALE: Baby bed like new. INC. the suit has been Instituted is the Florida Corporation; L. P. G. filed petition for final discharge, Lot 11 KISSIMMEE HIGHLANDS -
and that I will apply to the
Circuit Court for the Ninth Judi- EQUIPMENT COMPANY: INC.. a FOURTH ADDITION
Drop sides innerspring mattress cial Circuit of Florida in and for Florida Corporation and LAW orable O P. Johnson. County Judge according to the Plat thereof

$20. 1709 Catherine St., : DRY Storage space Osceola County in Chancery and YERS' TITLE SERVICES. INC. of Osceola County. Florida on the for recorded" In Plat Book 1. Page
2 Broadway Kissimmee the title of the case is as above Kissimmee. Florida, a Florida Corporation 18th day of March. A.D. 1963 400. Public Record of Osceola
Orange Gardens.IT for furniture must be acces-I 847-3156 847-3157 captioned. The real estate involvedIs approval of same and for final dis- Count)'. Florida.
sible Building or area the following, located in Osceola DEFENDANTS charge as Admx. eta. of the Es- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

costs nothing to use a Blue 2 or 3 car garage would be adequate County Florida viz: FORECLOSURE! OF MORTGAGENOTICE ceased.tate of FRANCIS J. KANE de- GLENN Ninth Circuit RAY. Court Clerk of
Lustre Carpet Shampooer with Call 847-8347. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I! closure proceedings with the Clerk I TWENTY-SIX (26) of KIS- TO: ROMANIAL.OF.INC.. a Florida This 9th Jess day Wilder of February Thacker, 1963. B1!' <*I ELLANORE O JOWERS

purchase of Blue Lustre. Parks COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. of the Circuit Court for Osceola SIMMEE HIGHLANDS SECOND Corporation. Address Unknown: of Deput ClerkFeb
Admx. CTA of the Estate
FLORIDA. Count at Kissimmee Florida. and I ADDITION. Osceola County. Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat 28 1963
Furniture Co. ) Francis J. Kane, deceased.
ADD to the FAMILY INCOME IN RE: ESTATE OF I I to serve a copy of same uponPlaintilf's according the 17th to the of Official March. a suit has been brought Is l,Thacker and Thacker
Deceased. R. Kel- Plat dated day against you the nature of which
JACKSON. Attorney Phillip
LOYAL A. Box 527. KIssimmee Fla.
FOR SALE 57 Chevrolet V8 A.D. 1959. and filed and recorded on the BUY FROM THE
: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO !1ft>. Post Office Box 331. (12 East to foreclose a mortgage Attorneys for Admx. eta I
ONLY: a few hours daily. Start FINAL Monument Avenue Kissimmee. Florida among the Public Records of Os- hereinafter described real property.The .
Suburban carryall $550. Phone .MAKK APPLICATION FOB ) florida. the 14th Feb. 14. 21. 28 Mar. 7, 1963. J GAZETTE ADVERTISERS
your own business now. We DISCHARGETO not later than the 12 day of ceola County. on name of the Court in which
847-3068 Inquire after 1 p.m. ALL WHOM IT MAY CON- March. 1963. or decree pro confesso day of April. A.D. 1959. in Plat the suit has been instituted Is the
train you to become an Avon CERN: will be entered against you. "This Book One (1). on Page 380. Circuit Court for the Ninth Judi-
FRIGIDAIRE LMPERIAL Electric Representative. Write Avon NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that notice will be published four consecutive YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED cial Circuit of Florida in and for Radio and SALES SERVICE
Budd has filed her FURTHER that you are requiredto Osceola County in Chancery, and
Geraldine C. M. times. weekly In The Kis
clothes dryer. Sold new at Manager, P. O. Box 2005, Fort final report as ancillary adminis- simmee Gazette on th following file your answer to the Complaint the title of the case is as above ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

$319.95. Come in and see this Pierce, Fla.REAL. tratrix of the Estate of Loyal A. dates: February 7. 14. 21 and 28. ,: filed In !this mortgage with the Clerkof foreclosure captioned The real estate involvedIs COMltm HOW ntttSHHttS
Jackson, deceased; that she has 1963 proceedngs the following, located in Osceola
hot dryer at $125. Gehrett Appliance filed petition for final discharge. (Circuit Court Seal) the Circuit Court for Osceola County. Florida \lz. T V
I to the Honorable sGLENN County at Kissimmee. Florida and FURNITURE' CO.
24 Broadway, Kissim- and that she will apply / RAY
ESTATE O. P. Johnson. County Judge, Clerk Circuit Court to serve a copy of same upon LOT TWENTY SEVEN KIssim- PARKS
mee. I of Osceola County. Florida on the Osceola County, Florida Plaintiffs Attorney Phillip R.'Kel- mee Highlands. Fourth Addition MuhMMi St CM
4th day of March. 1963 for approval Phillip R. Kelley ley. Post Office Box 331 (12 East according to the Plat thereof as :
FOR SALE: 16 ft. travel trailer.I of same and for final dis-I P.O. Box 331 Monument Avenue) Kissimmee. Florida filed and recorded among the.
ancillary administratrixof (12 E. Monument Avenue) not later than the 12 day of Public Records of Osceola County. ,
condition old. TO SETTLE ESTATE everythingmust charge as
good years I confesso .
the estate of Loyal A. Jackson, Kissimmee. Florida March 1963. or decree pro Florida. I NORRIS
$450. 8472463. og. Fully furnished 2 bed- deceased. Attorney for Plaintiff will be entered against you. This YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I

room house and lot. Excellent This 21st day of January, 1963. Feb 7, 14, 21. 28. 1963 notice will be published four The con-KIs- FURTHER that you are requiredto .
secutive times weekly the Complaint -
GERALDINE C. M. BUDD file your answer to I
Home delivery fuel oil. Kerosene. condition 522 Royal Street. Ancillary Administratrixof IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S simmee Gazette on th following filed In this mortgage foreclosure I\ CLEANERSJ

Phone 847-4306 Bud and John's Phone 847-3416. the Estate of COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY dates: February 7, 14, 21 and 28 proceedings with the Clerk .*
and Loyal A. Jackson, FLORIDA. 1963. of the Circuit Court for Osceola I 1
Air Conditioning Heating
deceased. RE ESTATE OF (Circuit Court Seal County at Kissimmee. Florida and 103 East
Headquarters. LOTS $10 DOWN $8 MONTH Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. IN :MRoRS. Deceased. IsGLENN RAY to serve a copy of same upon

electric and water, homes, trail- i Attorney for Ancillary NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO Clerk Circuit Court Florida Plaintiffs Attorney Phillip R. Kelley -
Osceola County
KEROSENE FUEL OIL- PHIL- Administratrix MAKE APPLICATION FOR Post Office Box 331. (12 East
ers or business. TROPICAL P. O. Box 492 FINAL DISCHARGE Phillip R. Kelley Monument Avenue) Kissimmee Florida
HEAT WE GIVE TV STAMPS. PARK on Rt. 441 in North Kis Kissimmee. Florida TO ALL WHOM IX MAY CON- PO Box 331 not later than the ro12 day of
OSCEOLA' OIL 00. 1110 Jan. 31. Feb. 7. 14. 28 1063.! CERN. (12 E. Monument Avenue) March. 1963. or decree confesso
simmee. OPEN ANYTIME. N IS HEREBY GIVEN Kissimmee. Florida will be entered against you. This
NORTH MAIN $T. 847-3fl. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOIETHE That Albert P. Rogers has filed his Attorney for Plaintiff notice will be published four con-
FOR SALE: Small Block buildingfor NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF final report as Executor of the Estate Feb. 7, 14. 2L 28 1963 secutive times. weekly in The Kis- ROTHROCKSEPTIC
FLORIDA IN AND FOR OS- deceased simmee Gazette on th following
it B. ;
FOR SALE-14 Cu. Frigidaire of Emma Rogers
home business and beau- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
or CEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN that he has filed petition for final dates: February 7. 14 21 and 28.
1960 Frostproof refrigerator- tiful lot on' 17-92 in IntercessionCity. I CHANCERY. NO. 6426 discharge. and that he will applyto THE NINTH JUDICIAL AND FOR CIRCUITOF OS- 1963.
freezer combination. 15D) lb. hot the Honorable O. P. Johnson. FLORIDA IN (Circuit Court Seal)
Orlow Cole. $2700.00. COUNTY. FLORIDA. IN
tom freezer. Like new. Save LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE- Florida on the 11th day of March. CHANCERY NO. 6428 Clerk Circuit Court
$300 on this jewel a bargain at 3 bedroom 1H baths, like new. OLA COUNTY and. a Corporation or- 1963. for approval of same and for FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Osceola County, Florida
ganized existing under the lawsof
$239.95. Gehrett Appliance. 24 Central Heat built-in kitchen. the United States of America. Estate final discharge of Emma as Executor B. Rogers of the deceased LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OSCE P Phillip.O. Box R.331 Kelley=

down total 1221 PLAINTIFF. OLA COUNTY a Corporation or- (12 E. Monument Avenue) I
$12,500. .
Broadway Kissimmee. $500 ganized and existing under the laws Kissimmee. Florida Culvert Tile for Driveways
Lehigh. Owner 847-2826. ROMANIAL. INC. a Florida Corporation This 5th day of February 1963. of the United States of America, Attorney for Plaintiff

: OSCEOLA CEMENT ALBERT Executor of P.the ROGERS Estate of PLAINTIFF. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28. 1963 I Septic Tanks-a size for every need.

Emma B. Rogers.
FOR RENTFOR f>ER AND SUPPLY CO. and KIS- deceased. INC.. a Florida Corporation CALL FOR BIDS Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
I edge of town on Route 527. SIMMEE TRANSIT MIX CO., eacha Murray \v. Overstreet,. Jr. ; OSCEOLA CEMENT Sealed bids will be received at I
Write or see. G. C. dark, 1417 Florida Corporation; L. P. G. Attorney for Executor PRODUCTS INC.; PANNING LUM- the office of the Board of Public I
'I EQUIPMENT COMPANY INC.. a BER AND SUPPLY CO. and KIS- of Osceola County at !
RENT: House large living'I'i Winter Park Dr., Casselberry, Florida Corporation and LAWYERS Box 492Kissimmee, Florida SIMMEE TRANSIT MIX CO., each Thacker Instruction and Ernest Sts. Kissim 15 Years Experience
Florida Corporation; L. P G. .
2 Florida to
dining 1963. mee.
separate room. Feb. 7. 14. 21. 28.
room INC.. a
I Kissimmee Florida a Florida Corporation EQUIPMENT COMPANY Tuesday March 12. 1963 for furnishing : K. C. ROTHROCK and
bedrooms fully furnished. Reasonable I FOR THE Florida Corporation. and LAW materials and labor for owner operator
I I FORECLOSURE OF MORTGAGENOTICE Kissimmee, Florida a Florida Cor- addition to Kissimmee !
17.92. Ph. 847 3527. FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCEOLA classroom
TO CREDITORSIn : OF SUIT COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. poration.DEFENDANTS High School. Kissimmee. Florida. '
TO: ROMANIAL. INC.. a Florida will be publicly
DIVORCE All bids
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment -:: the OcreoU Court of the County Florid Judge Corporation.YOU ARE Address HEREBY Unknown NOTIFIED: MARIE BURDITT. Plaintiff vs. FORECLOSURE NOTICE OF OF SUIT MORTGAGE opened and read aloud.examined Plans and at I Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

Gas and water furnished IN RE THE ESTATE OF ) thaa suit has been brought, JAMES A. BURDITT. JR., Defen- TO: ROMANIAL. INC.. a Florida the specifications office of the may School be Superintendent |I
MARION H. JOHNS ) against the nature of which Is] dant.NOTICE Corporation. Address Unknown: of .
Adults. No stairs Good location Deceased. ) you. OF SUIT NOTIFIED' .. Kissimmee. or at the office
to foreclose a mortgage on the YOU ARE HEREBY 18 I
$60. 61712 Patrick Street. I To all Creditors Legatees. Dis- hereinafter described real property. THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: that a suit has been brought, Charles H. Parsons.Kisslmmee.Architect 'I'
;JAMES A. BURDITT. Jr.. Berlin Stewart Avenue. PHONE 847-3524
tributees and all Persons having The name of the Court In which Connecticut against you. the nature of which is One set of plans and specifications :
FOR RENT: Two apartments, Claims or Demands against said the suit has been Instituted is the,] NQTICE IS HEREBY; GIVEN that to foreclose a mortgage on the. and forms for bidding may
furnished. $60 and $56. Twin I Estate You:and each of you are hereby Circuit Circuit Court of for Florida the Ninth in and Judicial for- Plaintiff has Instituted suit for divorce hereinafter name described of the Court property.The in which' be secured from the County School ..>..

Beds Electric Heat. For cou- notified and required to present any Osceola Count. in Chancery and against you in the above the suit has been instituted Is the office by depositing BOARD OF 1500.PUBLIC .
'I either of you. '' styled Court and you are hereby Ninth Judicial '
claims which you or the title of the case Is as above' Circuit Court for the .
ple. Call 847-4305. may have against the estate of Mar- raptioned The real estate involved summoned, ordered and required to Circuit of Florida in and for INSTRUCTION.OSCEOLA COUNTY. STEEL SALESANY
lon H. Johns deceased late of Os- f. is the following located In Osceola file your written answer or defenses Osceola County In Chancery, and FLORIDA ,.
FOR RENT: Furnished 3 room cvola County. Florida. ,to the Coun- County. I to the Complaint filed in the the title of the case is as above W. B. Stephens. '
of said County at his of- above styled cause in the office of Involved' By
ty Judge LOT TWENTY-SIX (26). KUslm- captioned. The real estate
garage apartment. Air conditioning f I I lice In the Court House at Kissim mee Highlands Fourth the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Is the following located in Osceola Secretary 1963. I'I DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
: Florida within six calendar the the Ninth" :Judicial Circuit of Florida florida. viz Feb. 14. 21. 28.
Screened porch 16 S. mee. according to AdditlOn'j County. :
of the first .in and for Osceola County, at
j months from the date thereof as filed and I
Dillingham. Apply Ioorefieldbuildir.g. !publication of this Notice. Each among the Public Records of Os- his office in the Courthouse in Kis- t LOT TWENTY NINE (29) Kis IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY : Competitively Priced
Post Office. cialm! or demand must be in writing ceola County. Florida. I simmee. Florida on or before the simmee Highlands Fourth Addition JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. I'i'
opposite and must state the place of residence YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED 8th day of March. A.D. 1963 and according to the Official FLORIDA I,
I of the claimant,and must be FURTHER that you are requiredto tc serve a copy thereof on Plain- Plat thereof as filed and recorded NOTICE INTENTION TO TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, sworn to by the claimant hisaent I file your answer to the Complaint lift"s attorney. whose name and ad- I among the Public Records of Os MAKE APPLICATION FOB J':
furnished. 1 bedroom Trailer.No or attorney. or the same will filed in this mortgage fore- dress are set out below.:, Should you ceola County. Florida. FINAL DISCHARGE I II HORSE TRAILERS AND UTILITY TRAILERSBUILT
i become void according to law. ,
pets. Lots for trailers Rainbow 1 This the 30th day of January. AND REPAIRED

Mobile Homes and TrailerP 1963. 1 .
.S I CARL A JOHNS I ; w.rN ...... W.... sW -AI Wen c-r..a.Old .
'ik Mirhipan A\"(',. 14 mile Administrator of the Estateof '

of \inr St. past Bowling Alley Marion H Johns,
deceased. 1 LOTS TO LOOK AT WITH Orlando Hwy. near k Marfcaf.Rt. .

FOR RENT 6-room house.. 8 Attorneys Brinsot and at McWhlrter Law 1, tox 25S-A e KlMmm.

Brack St $00 month. Call Orlando Kissimmee Florida t :
7 121.. 28. 1963.Tfl.iJTY.
833:: 29,07.: W. B. Home. .IJ

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