Title: The Kissimmee gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Gazette
Alternate Title: News & gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Inc.
Kissimmee Valley Gazette
Place of Publication: Kissimmee, Fla.
Kissimmee Fla
Publication Date: May 30, 1963
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: -Oct. 11, 1984.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 46, no. 32 (May 3, 1940).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079939
Volume ID: VID00281
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274536
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Succeeded by: St. Cloud news (Saint Cloud, Fla.)
Succeeded by: News-gazette

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f :- .' : --i: Entered as Second Class Matter KISSIMMEE FLORIDA THURSDAY MAY 30 1963 S11.PRICE TEN CENTS
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Kissimmee Baptist Chapel will be dedicated in services ; : t 4 : I I

Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. The church is located on Done -

; gan Are.(Photo by Hamrick)

Baptist ChapelTo

Be DedicatedThe

new North Kissimmee newly constructed chapel which :

Baptist Chapel will be dedicatedin was designed and built by Odell i

services Sunday afternoon at Bronson, contractor.

3 p.m. Larry Dodd is chairman of the .: 14, r If
The chapel held its first service -building committee.: Other members ; -
at the J. B. Hanlon home are Leo Fertic Sam Lupfer

October 18, 1959 with Dr. H. and R. L. Lewter. The Steering

P. Amos conducting the service. committee is composed of Levi

The nursery was held across the Pearman, chairman, Leo Fertic .' .' ;: i 1 W.- -- .L !i.nC--- ? -. 1 :.rssr.----+i --" -.___..___u______._.. ._ artrc f._t..Ytir_- _-_ ._t, ... ___.a .. .a.M. '._MMMUlflB__
street in the John Ballerinr and Ed Rotenberry. I :

home. The cornerstone, which will be 1963'GRADUATES-Front row, left to'right, Judy Roehrich, Betty Maguffey, bell Irma Stahl, Judy Stalilonis, Mary Powers, Billy Johns, Mr. Carl Furchis and

Since that time the membership placed Sunday, bears the inscription Janice Alderman Lorraine Littlefield Acree Joe Woodward Lee Gifford
Peggy Mrs. Grace Makinson, teachers. Fourth row, left to right, Ralph Porter, Charles

which started with 12 mem- "Jesus Christ Himself, the Lamar Teems, Jon Hoke, Pete Carrico, James Wells, Cynthia Luthe, Shelia Eggers, Shepherd, Linda Staats, Linda Elliott, David Tomlinson, Larry Whaley, Ronald

grown bers from, first the into first a church building, has on Chiel The Cornerstone"public is cordially, Eph. invitedto 2:20.: Sandra Hare, Karen Rooney, Bette Joe Sammons.. Second row, left to right, Vi- Story, Allen Whitston, Les Sullivan, Babe GriMom, Robert Hampp, Bill Stanko,

Donegan Ave. and now into the attend the service.I. vian Beltz, Sharon Edwards, Dick Martin, Bruce Whitewolf, Judy Williams, Frances Tony Johnson, Charles Rooney, Tom Bielman, Larry Koger, Bruce Kragcnbrink,

Baya, Judy Guynn, Mike Suldo, Alice Chezem, Linda Woods, Bill DuPree, John Higman. Fifth row, left to right, Wiley Wooten, Richard Sanders, Betty Pet

Kirk Anders, David Hinckley, Garlic Theiss, Richard Stone, Charles Burgess, erson, Ernie Scaggs, Paul Corbitt, Cecil Collins, Steve Rogers, Elaine Yauger, An-

Theatre GuildAwards Robert Muir, Mrs. Edna Seel, teacher. Third row, left to right, Pat Walsh, Gary gie Gastaldi, Patsy Thacker Myrice Stills Janet Digges, Sharon Gehrett, Suzanne

Newsome, John Briley, Ed Fennell Bill Stephens Jr., Hampton Sessions, Danny Bartee, Cheryn English, Eats Bobroff, Carolyn Croft, Bill Bass, Karen Macy, Win-

Presented Lackey, Paul Blough, Ted Nelson, Carol Wysong David Stinebaugh, Connie Ca- ford Harrell Walter Woods, John Miller. (Photo by Hamrick)

Sheriff ReportsTwo Summer School Mrs. Armstrong I
Mr. and Mrs. George Bastwer'e the Guild and another to retiring Arrests Named Salesperson J Expected

guests of honor at the president Darrell Gill Alfred Joseph Ayers, Kenans- I

second annual awards dinner for a job well done. At this ville commercial fisherman has Mrs. Virgie Armstrong, 913 .

of the Footlight Theatre Guild time Mr. Gross called up been charged with possession of Starts June 10th Patrick Street, was chosen At Jubilee
attended almost Guild Catherine Beauchamp to
J by fifty ; re game fish while in possession of "Salesperson of the Month" for
members. The new officersfor ceive the award for the "best
an illegal method of taking them, the month of May and presented
the next year were Installed sustained performance" in the the sheriffs department here re Summer school for secondary I 4. Sciences, except chemistry the coveted Chamber of Com- An estimated 2,000 Tupper- I mer President Dwight D.
; Kenneth Duncan as president last play of the season, Angel ported. students will begin at 8 and physics. at Koffee Klub ware salespeople will attend Eisenhower.
Elizabeth Davis as vice- Street. Also arrested, according to the a.m. at Osceola High School. 5. Mathematics-grades 712. merce 29th.trophy this year's Jubillee convention Salespople attending the

president, Ed Phay as treasurer The dinner and the awards department, was W, C. Allen, of There is no fee for classes. May announced company ex- Orlando convention will be
Students must have
Van Held as corresponding were under the direction ofa Haines City, who is charged All students will be requiredto the approval The trophy will be on displayat ecutive vice president Gary J. I from the eastern half of the
secretary and Jerry Phaj special committee headed by with lewd and lascivious con- be present all days unless of the principal for Shore's Men's Wear, where McDonald yesterday.The nation, said McDonald. An.
the enrolled. No
as recording secretary. Aftel Larry Gross. Others on the duct. ill and must make up all work course being Mrs. Armstrong is' employed as Jubilee will be held other 1,500 Tuperware dealers
the installation came the real committee were Rose Bobroff, through the six weeks period student may earn more than I a saleslady, for the month; of August 12.15 at the company'sS. from western states will attend
six credits the twelvemonth *
business, the announcementof Helen Bass and Eloise Gross. June 10-July 19. during June. Orange Blossom Trail head a second Jubileeconvention -
the awards. First National Classes will be offered In period to be applied toward , Mrs. Armstrong, her husband quarters. August 19-29 at the cam

Voting for these special 425 Head Announces Holiday the following areas; graduation. C. L. Armstrong and three chil- Prior to 1962, Jubilee attendance pus of Utah State University

Guild awards is by Guild 1. Driver Education. Instructors will be Allen dren came from Staunton:> Va. in had been restrictedto Logan.

members only. All voting Is The First National Bank will 2. Social Studies Geography Charlton, H. C. Gross, and 1956. The family are active just over 1,000 by Tupper-

by secret ballot sent to members Sold HereAt be closed all day Thursday. May Civics, U. S'. History. Darrell Morton in the academic members of the PresbyterianChurch. ware's headquarters facilities. Local Elks
in advance and no announcements 30th, in observance of Memorial Prob in Democracy. areas and Donald Rinkus in Construction in mid-1962 of a

are made of any the Kissimmee Livestock Day, a legal holiday. 3. English-grades 7-12.: Driver... Education... / 25,000 sq. ft. auditorium made To Hold DanceOn
"runners-up.or, of how close Market Wednesday 435 : cattle: --- .., ... Reads It possible to..double 'attendance
Jim Pur cell
the voting "was in any; ,in and calves were sold compared For Elks To Hold\E ,' according to McDonald. Satttjg rjpii ,.AM* lit
stance. to 356 a week ago. Plans Made Blood Bank DriveA City'RecreationJames Last year, 2,000 costumed the entertainment oMMMMtv of
The Diary of Anne Frank Little or no change frcm last\ Tupperware dealers and managers Kissimmee Elks Lodge No. 1873
garnered the majority of the Wednesdays sale with best move- blood bank drive will be held H. Purcell has been swarmed through downtown has scheduled its first dance of

awards. Kenneth Duncan who ment on 100-300 lb. calves both by the Kissimmee Elks Lodge named city recreation director Orlando and outlying the new lodge year, wMch will
directed this. play was voted slaughter and stocker. Half of iSummerProgran: June 5th to replenish their re- for the summer months, shipping centers in search of begin at 9:00 o'clock. The music

""the.dlr tor of.the year." the sale went to slaughter. serve. City Mgr. Charles Jackson an- prize winning photographs. I for the evening will be furnished
Tbs' Mobile Unit of the Central Each had been furnished a the "Losers" well-known
uaroiyne 1"nayas Anne Frank Few utility slaughter steers for nounced. by a
The recreation
declared "the best actressof and cutter t program on a first come-first served t Florida Blood Bank will be at Purcell Osceola High camera and film by the company four-piece ensemble; and the
was $17.00-20,00, canner Kissimmee under the state and basis. To particpiate an individual I an
the year," and Fred Ford as 13501600. county summer enrichment must have completed \the lodge from 5:30 to 8:30 pjn. School Instructor in physical ; some. 24,000 pictureswere charge for the dance will be $2.00

Mr Frank "the best actor of Utility cows $1S. -17.75, cutter program will begin Monday, the first grade. to receive donations from.all vol- education and driver education snapped of Orlando durIng (two) dollars per couple.
the year." 11501350. unteers. Donors must be between was named to the inter- the event. Chairman Larry Blankenship
135015.50, canner June 17th. Coaches Henry The Babe Ruth Baseball
Other acting awards were Good and few choice calves Ramsey, Pete Fawbush and for boys age 13-15 is 21 and 59, of either S2X and in im position while the city "Many Orlando civic and and his committee have made all
program leaders contributedto
to Leeza Jaeschke (Anne standard general good health. manager and youth advisory business necessary plans to make this af
235027.50, one 30.25, Jack Yearwood will direct the already under way. But thereis the of this event."
Blood collected and held in reserve hunt fora success fair of the social
Frank) as "best suporting ac $ activities. for more participants. i board continues its one greater
said McDonald."Without their
tress" and to Mark Lurie and good vealers Registration for the swim- played on is for all residents of Os- full-time director. events for the Club and all mem-
games I and
(Anne Frank) as "best sup 250029.00, one $30.75. I.ming phase of program will Tuesday and Thursday nights. ceola county in case of need or Purcell comes from St. Pet cooperation of hundreds cooperation Orlando bers and their wives are cordially -
porting actor." Common 400-650 lb. feeder- be this Saturday, June 1st The athletic shower house emergency and given free to.individuals ersburg. He graduated from residents many of would invited to attend the festivities
Guild has held except for an admihis- the University of Florida in we of the evening. A featureof
The always special
stocker steers $17.00-18.00, infer- from 8:00: ajn. to at will be open on Monday, Wed have been unable to stage our
that technical workers are as ior 12501700. Osceola High School office. nesday and Friday nights trative charge.Summer. 1959. photo 'spectacular'," he add the evening will be the servingof

important to a production as Medium and good 350-500 lb. You may also register the from 6:30: to 8:00: p.m. for Recreation ed. pizza pies at nominal pricesfor
are the more glamorous roleson heifers $18.50-22.50, few inferior following week at the school, weight training and physical Local Man Has "Orlando hotel-motel accommodations I: all those who enfry fine food.

stage. The following 15001800. June 3rd through June 7th. fitness. Plans UnderwayPlans than'
and common Interest in FirmPaul proved more
awards voted to
were members -
Swimming will again be at the
Common and medium cowsU4.0017.50 adequate in 1962 to house our
of the technical staffs: Tropical Hotel Pool on Monday Other parts of the summer for the summer recreation Guynn, president of Os I Moose Lodge
$19.25 inferior people, so we've again set attendance
one ,
for the have not
Technical director and I youth
and recreation plans are
Tuesday, Thursday program Products Inc. is
I' ceola Cement maximum -
quotas at the
manager (Anne Frank) Louis $11.0014.00.Medium Friday mornings from 8:30 for setting up new playground completed as yet but are well the stockholders, officers auditorium facilitiescan Changes NameWith

French; Sound and special effects and good 250-500 until 11:30: a.m.It will be broken activity programs at the High- formed for the adult division,I among and directors of Park Products, handle our ** continued Mc
(Anne Frank) Douglas calves 210026.00, common into two three and one lands School and the new according to Jim Purcell, direc- permission from the Supreme -
Inc. enterprise and a new Donald.
Horde and Andy Herrmann; $17.00-21.00. Medium and few half weeks sessions, the price Junior High School on Thack- a new Lodge at MooseHeart the
Costumes (Angel Street) An. good 100-250 lbs. $25.00-30.00, for each session will be $3.50 er Avenue. Here library books tor.The softball program is going company that has been formedat Tenth in an annual series, St. Cloud Lodge No. 3696 has
the 1963 Jubilee will
gle Brietin; Set design, con few up to $36.50, common $21.()(- per individual as charged by will be made available for strong but all team rosters have Babson Park. again changed its name and will now
The the feature an unusual theme, en-
struction and decoration 25.00. the pooL First session will be I reading programs and play. not been filled to date. Anyone i purpose of. company be known as Osceola Lodge No.
(Anne Frank) Frank Hasslai from June 17th to July 9th. : ground activities will take interested in joining one of the I is to manufacture and market tertainment and recognition 2026 Loyal Order of Moose.
First Federal To Re-Jewva-Tone, a light weight events sales training
and Fred Brussow. Second session will be from place on a schedule to be announced earns may contact the ,managers I and Leslie Bell was elected to
Lighting(Anne Frank) Louis Observe Holiday July 11th to August 2nd. Classes a little later. at the athletic field. I'organic growing compound developed -will courses.this Props be based costuming on an serve a two year term as trus-
D. Pifer year
by Dr. ,
French; Properties (Anne The office of the First Federal' of swimming offered will On Wednesdays educational Volley ball for the older high oriental motif. tee at the meeting Monday night.
Frank) Lois Rivers. Mary Hel- Savings and Loan Association of, be Beginners, Intermediates, trips to swimming areas and school boys and young men will horticulturist, of Punta Gorda The Jubilees have been ac A Heart game is scheduled! at

vey and Lucille Elkins;. Osceola County will be closed all Swimmers and first session other scenic attractions will be held at the court at the com- corded national magazine recognition the lodge Friday night and a
A tie resulted In the vote I be made available. A sche-
day Thursday, May 30th. in observance -. advanced swimming and second munity house on Thursday nightsat Cecilia Bush on the basis of such greased pig ctase Saturday,
for the make-up award. It was this will be -
dule on announced
of Memorial Day a'. session Junior-Senior Life 7 p.m. The tennis courts at events as "pirate" raid in June 8th at 8 ..JII. It will be
between Eloise Gross (Angel
Street) and HOSe uooroif and legal holiday. Saving. Registration will be soon. the community house are also Receives DegreeCecilia Kissimmee during which 1.- followed by a ewatry dance for

Cathy Brussow (Anne Frank). TEMPERATURES being reserved for play"on Thurs- Ann Bush of 312 Ver''. 000 costumed salespeople Moose number and their

Two special awards, were Tues. 5-21 ___ _- M i6 C Summer Swim Team day nights. The recreation department ona Street received her degree spent $6,000 In silver dollarsin I guests

announced by Larry Gross Wed. 5-22 __--u__ 96 65 .15 plans to sponsor a at commencement exercise held 30 minutes, and the paint The.a combined

who made the presentation of Thurt.' 6-tS ______ ececso tennis: tournament in July. Sunday at Texas Woman's University ing by over 1,200 people of a j wriite dcfswnt sale

all the- awards. These were a FrL 5-Z4 ____u.. 80 60 C To Be OrganizedOfficial Any' group desiring to organizeany at Denton. six-story high portrait of for Setwday at the Moose Lodge.

certificate of appreciation to Sat. M3 -________ 85( M 0 activity such as horseshoe.I Miss Bush majored in elementary
Mrs. Margaret Bast for outstanding Son. 5-M __n____ 80 CO 0 announcement is badminton and the like are ask-I. education, with a minor in
being To raise funds for the teama
help and support of __.. to 1.10 ed to contact Purcell.
!Mon. 5-27 ? 94 made at this time of the forma- special barbecue dinner will !sociology-government. She 1s1'O the

tion of a summer swim team for be held Sunday beginning at 5 TO GRADUATESTEVE daughter oi Mr. ana ctn. Cecil

members of the Tropical Bath o'clock at the pooL A water Bush. ________ _____
dub. The club has been accepted show will be staged after the
for membership in the Florida dinner. The program will feature Ida KeeCressP

t t te tr Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) a fashion show of swim To RetireIda

and the Central Florida Swim wear down and exhibition div- k i

League. ing. synchronized swim numbersand Keeling Cresap, sister of .
1I Swimmers will compete in a variety of races. The pub Mrs. Ellis F. Davis, is retiring st :

various meets under the auspices .lic is invited. Donation $1.00 '. next month as University of ,

oi these two organizations and adults children TSc. Florida agricultural librarian.She .
win encompass all swimmers, has served as Station and rA

e both boys and girls age 8 and College of Agriculture librarian

up. Chamber Honors since 1923 and will hold the honorary -

.. The Kissimmee Tropical Swim title of librarian emeritus
Club will be Independent of. but Teachers of YearThe upon retirement.

is assured of the full coopera- the
Known affectionately as
tion of the Tropical Bath dub. Chamber of Commerce
Mrs. "first lady of agricultural ,
P honored Larry Gross
The pool manager, Joe Suldo.
Teachers of she has watched the collection .. e
Marie Dollar as
called formation
has a meeting
volumes of in-
,of the grow from 2,000
May' 3h, at 8 p.m. at the pool.I the KoHee Year"Hub at the held meeting Wednesday MILES, son of Mr., formation to the present day collection GARDEN CLUB OFFICERS:-Offieen of the Kkimme
of children
the interested.
for parents. mornIng and Mrs. Riley S. Miles Sr.,' of 60.000 bound volumes Garden Club were installed last week at the aaaiul leach-
FUTURE FARMERS: Information, discussion and Gross was selected from the I of 311 Main Street, will re- and 50,000 documents.She eon meeting.They are,left to right,seated Mrs. C. H. Brim-

ANNUAL BANQUET-Instructor l election of officers will be heldat Junior and Senior High Schools ceive his Bachelor Arts was entertained at a dinner hall installing officer MrsTHarry: Simms, lint vice

Bill Perry was presented with a chair by seniors in hk Future this meeting. Dick Cazier and and Mrs. Dollar from the Mary! degree in political science in party by her staff memberslast president; Mrs. Albert Rogers, president. Standing,left to
Farmer of America class daring the annual FFA banquet Elementary the 31st the
and Highlands week and on
Jim Frazier have been presid- Bryan graduation exercises to be right, Mrs. R. S. Evans, treasure; Mrs. John Carroll par
held Thursday night at OHS cafeteria. In the picture schools. University of Florida is honoring
<< temporarychaIrmen.. The
as liamentarian Mrs. Beers, recording Mn.
iisg held ; Lynn secretary;;
with at Randolph-Macon luncheon al
dint Barber Babe They were presented her with a
fre JeLJpritltt are
Larry Wheley { practice swimming meet
will, Corwin Bennett,corresponding secretary. (Pbete hy Ham-
plaques acknowledging this hon College at Ashland, Virginia which Mr. and Mrs. Davis
Gciuete Behh Story, David Tomliawn and Perry. (Photo be held in UmatUla this .
Ity &. ieik) e' or. where he is a senior. be guests. rick)


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8 The Klsslniaiee' Gazette, Kissimmee, FUu, Him., May 30, 1963

I Elementary School News SAV E4 r It'u

'1 By Peggy Bradbury'Tomorrow r ss
=- 1. You can't better
k : ._ 1 get gifts

May '31, is the Miss.Junie Uooisby's child-! s for fewer stamps .
last day of school. Summer;j ren have been working to im- z WEEK anywhere .
vacation is about to start. prove their eating habits. Ij aa f

Let's make this a safe and Those who ate all of their / 2. You mustbesatlsfied. .
happy time for our children. lunch for a week were: Charles t t AT 100
Please, parents, we can't Truesdale, Scott Orta, El- 6 d x rFO
urge you too much to help ton Lanier, Alfred Key, Ron. WINNDIXIE-
your child keep up his reading nie McCall, Phillip Lanham, '9 446R I I"D
habits. The school library Bobby Patterson, Jenny King, STOR ES - - -
will be open and books are and Eric Frost
available on any grade level. This group made popcornfor t 6.y Quantity Rights Reserved
Mrs. George Bast, Jr., will snack time one day last Prices Good Thru June 1st ?
leave June 16 for an "Educa. week. They have also had a WINN DIXIE STORKS. INC.
tion and Life in the South week of perfect attendance. COPYRIGHT-I...

American Nations" Seminarand Miss Gooolsby's boys and Howard P. Cummings SUNRISE SHOPPING CENTER Choice
Field Study. Educators girls wrote stories by them- of Howard Center
from Alaska, Mexico, and all selves for the first time this. vice-president
parts of the United States will year. Jenny King wrote: My:I Johnson Incorporated of Florida Slices
be on this tour sponsored by puppy is fat. It wants some-:II has been appointed president Included
Delta Kappa Gamma, the thing to eat. What should I I of the subsidiary which .\
Comparative Education Soc feed him? Bread and butter. serves 11 southeastern states,
iety, and Kent State Univer Butter is too fat for my puppy. it was announced today by
sity. What should I feed my puppy? Howard B. Johnson, president '
Identification tags have My puppy will go to bed. of Howard Johnson
been distributed to all schools. When he wakes up he will eat Company. Mr. Johnson had
This project was sponsored by his breakfast. I will go to previously served as president Y Small Smoked
the High School DCT. school. of the operating subsidiary as r:a
There's still time for pre- Phillip wrote: I like my dog.I well. Mr. Cummings formerly
school registration. If you} He is nice tc me. I want him of Boston, has been associated t < e
missed the two days set aside to play with me. He wants to with the Howard Johnson Y
for this registration, came in- eat. Jane found my dog. I'm since 1937.
to the office at the Mary Bryan happy for Jane. organization \
He of the first
building and Mrs. Feuer Rawl Sullivan wrote: My
stein will sign your child up dog can fight. He is named Howard Johnson restaurant
for his first Bobby. He can He in Florida when it opened in '
year of school.If run. is a 2iaJ ISHANK
1940, and in 1959 became N .
there are any textbooks big flog. He is fat. I I
around the house, please see ; Our thanks to Principal executive vice-president. PORTION
that they are returned to I Louis Feuerstein, School Sec- ,
school or at the office. These retary Mrs. Melba Feuerstein,\ Delta Alphas ;
books do not belong to the I members of the faculty, the j Elect Officers. I LB.
student but to the state of I students, and building correspondents -\
Florida . so please return. Miss Junie Goolsby.i: The Delta Alpha Chapter of
Mike Early from Californiais Miss Mary Ruth Watts, and[Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority I 45"J :
a new boy in Mrs. Pat Red : Mrs. Judy Davis . all of I held its regular meeting at the Whole or Butt Half r-9. '
grave's room. A member of! whom have made your Kiss-t Hart Memorial Library. The > ?+ I
this class left for a heart operation immec' Elementary School slate of officers for the coming I ..
at John Hopkins. God news possible this year. Happy I year were elected as follows: : REG. 98*: SUNNYLAND CENTER or BREAKFAST

be with you and your family, Vacation from all of us to allof President, Mrs. Bob Makinson; '-
dear little fellow. I you! Vice President Mrs. Frank God. Sliced Ham. 79 !
win; Recording Secretary Mrs. ,; _
Divorces Lynwood Lupo; Corresponding _____

I Marriages, Secretary, Mrs. Larry Keene; __ .
Treasurer, Mrs. Larry Blanken- i' R

J Show Slight Increase ship. I
The chapter received an invitation
Marriages and divorces rose I in June 5,260 in 1962 followed from Beta Iota Chapter, Or: II'SMIFULL +
'slightly in 1962 over 1961, the closely by December-4417. lando to attend a picnic Sun-
State Board of Health said yes r He said teen-age marriageshave day, June 9.
terday. I shown a substantial increaseover Mrs. Frank Godwin, Chairman
Everett H. Williams Jr., director the past 10 years. Teen- of Ways and Means, reportedthat CUT BONELESS ROUND
of the board's Bureau of I age brides increased from 7,099in a Rummage Sale will be NOT NOT BUT \
Vital Statistics, also said men I 1952 to 13,807 in 1962 while held, Saturday, June 1 from 7 to y THIS THIS THIS '
on the average tended to marry I I the number of teen-age grooms 12 on Main Street across from I I Steaks.- ; w
about three and a half years I rose from 2,027 to 4,656. the bus station. ..' _
later in life than women. Williams said the 1962 statis- Reports on the combination I I ) I
In 1962, the total marriageswas tics showed that the average Dessert Card Party and Hat .
41,504 against 40,934 in 1961. I duration of marriage prior to divorce Show held May 13, were presented .. '
Divorces in 1962 totaled ,9971against was, seven years and that I by the Ways and Means 49 JUMBO'WESTER"""
21,492 the year before.I in 53 per cent of the cases, one Chairman, Mrs. Godwin, and o 0 st LB. ;
The number of marriages has I or more minor children were in I Social Committee Chairman, . . ,.
risen each year since 1952 but volved. Divorce was contested '
the rate per 1,000 population has ill only 25 per cent of the cases Mrs .Jake demons. ' LEAN, MEATY BEEF SHORT .
Mrs. Jim Dulgar did a lovel
shown a slight decrease. The and these were.granted ,ta the which '- "_<;-_ _
the hats
job coordinating
number of divorces has varied wife 72 ;per cent of the'time, ; : M : 7'
were from the Paris. Hat-Shop. Ribs : -39
slightly each: year since 1952 husband 23 per'cent and to both' Colonial Plaza, Orlando, and rt :
when there were 20,266. How- 4 per cent. ..
were modeled by the following; -
ever, the number of 1961 and Leading causes of divorce in VineRipeKIDS
1962} were the highest since 1952. order were extreme cruelty (76 people: Mmes. George Bishop EXTRA LEAN, FRESH GROUND
Doc Patrick, Harold Honeycutt .. .,..,. ..
:The divorce rate per 1,000 dropped per cent); desertion (18 per $489 3 $1
Makinson, Godwin, Buck Murphy. FOR
from 4.2 in 1961 to 4.1 in. cent); habitual ,intemperance (3 LB. : t
Cecil Moore, William Gephart Beef 5 : I I .I
I per cent); and ungovernable PKG. ...
1962.Williams and Bill Burton.
said that, as in the temper and adultery and infidel- : .. '. d" .
for the eveningwas
past, more marriages occurred ity (1 per cent each). The program
presented by Mrs. demons

Couple Honored at I 4, at 7:30. Mrs. Andrew Ham- and Mrs. David Putnam. ,-. -- -- -
mack will be Bible Study l leader I ff :
...1a:: ..
'Church Service j and Mrs. Richard Guelde and Couple Announce : : : "b ... .,p ""'j_ A
The fiftieth wedding anniversary Mrs. Ralph Chancey will be hos I '" .,: -J .. .
; ..:
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank' tesses. The Mary Circle will WeddingPlans .. ::1M '" "
Weiser of St. Cloud was recognized -\meet on Thursday morning, June -
Miss Alice Ann Harbison and
by the pastor at the Sun 6, 10:00. Mrs. Albert King will Dewey Bronson were honored witha : !f.
day morning srevice at Trinity I be Bible Study leader and Mrs. shower at the home of Mrs. '
Lutheran Church in Kissimmee.At I Harry Miles and Miss Carrie Harold Woodall when Mrs. Hazel F I"
the close -of the service it I Ricker will be hostesses. The. Woodall and Jean Rigsby, enter VACUUM PACKED or WHITE ARROW
was also announced that the coffee cause of the month is Youth. !! tained. -
hour after the service was I I At this time they announced Coffee
in honor of their wedding anni- Colgate Family. I their final wedding plans. The I Detergent j

versary. An orchid corsage was To Attend ConventionWilliam ceremony will be held Saturday,
presented to Mrs. Weiser. A J. Colgate Sr., Kissimmee. -I I June 8th, at 7:30 p.m. at the fI I .
beautifully decorated cake top- is a minister on the i iI Lock Haven Missionary Baptist .
ped with gold bells and yellow I I move. The Colgate family will. Church With the Rev. Billy Rigs- II l-LB. CAN GIANT BOX
roses together with gold candles]lead a delegation of U members;j jI' I by officiating. 3 9" SAVE 20 39"
centered the refreshment table. ol the Kissimmee congregation of Miss Ruth Whisnant of Taft will II .
The Circles of Trinity Lutheran I'Jehovah's Witnesses to an inter-i: C3: maid of honor. Bridesmaids 1&
Church Women will meet next national convention of the religious j: will be Misses Janice: and Mar ,

week. The Martha Circle will group scheduled for Yankee Stadi garet I Alderman of Kissimmee. ,- z:: ::: MAXWELL HOUSE . Save 18* .. .. IMPROVED . Save 30aV
meet on Tuesday evening, June um in New York, July 7 to 14. I t Best man will be Harold Wilson ;

l I; .Woodall and usher groomsmen, i Coffee 49 1 I Tide GIANT 49
THE. will be David Jones and James j k ,, ;

I Culpeppsr. I t with food Limit with $5.00 food
Limit one $5.00 one
KISSIMMEE GAZETTE Pianist will be Mrs. Harold II } ,
01t1 Woodall and soloist will be Mrs., f Vborder or more. ..." 'v order or more. "'fI//I""
I I Billy Rigsby. i, .
A J..h. H. Perry vew.plper A reception will follow the cere-i; : _' "
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many at the church. No local'invitations t .II. ..
Offices: 24.26 Stewart Are. are being issued but alii
Telephone 847-2881 friends and relatives" the couple

are invited to attend the wedding SAVE lOt EA. DEEP SOUTH SALAD LAND O' SUNSHINEDressing
Entered as Second Class Mall Matterin and; reception. ,
I the Post Office at Kissimmee. Fla. .
.. Faith Circle Met ,. QT. 2.91.
Published Thursdays at Kissimmee Florida I BUTTER
I I Tuesday Morning I/

LEO The Faith Circle of the United SAVE 20* EACH . KRAFTMiracle
Editor and ManagerSUBSCRIPTION Presbyterian Church Women met
II May 21st at the home of Mrs. WHIP LB.
RATES Aaron Lanier Sr. on North: Bermuda 39 ;
FU9 months $2.50; one Tear $4.00; two years, S7.oQ) I with Mrs. Hilpa M. Pryor I QUART Limit 1 with 49 f

t as cohostess.The $5.00 food order.
I 10 a.m. meeting was (LIMIT 1 WITH A $5.00 FOOD ORDER.)

opened with prayer by Mrs. Lester
FUL STRENGTH Alford after which Mrs. J. puIIJDinners
I C. Caddell, chairman, conducted I MORTON FROZEN

the business meeting. Minutes I 50 Free Top Value Stamps 50 Yale Stae
of the April meeting were read 2 FOR 89x Tai s
BLEACH I and the love gift collected. j WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE of wine nits coL. c*. tio P ecw of

Mrs. Luther: Cody presentedthe o..E 2-La. "IG. F'IIIO% f
lesson from the study book,t MORTON FROZEN PH.RHi ShriMp WBICM'S Wsfehafc

KILLS GERMS TOO! "Who Cares?" The topic was COOD YWSU.IUNC Ill GOOD .U'U.. 1ST
Emotionally Handicapped Peo Cr. Pies 2 FOR 89x AT ANY WINN-gIXIE AT ANY WINN-DIXIE
ple. Mrs. Cody; used scripture 20 21
from First Corinthians. Following -
U J U ; the lesson Mrs. Alford and

Mrs. L. W. Geisler conducted

question and answer period. The
Ira GDI Bleach

inCtons w oars .as>ler closing Mrs. Dorr prayer Van was Etten.prayed by 50 free TM Ys.e( Staeps 50 Free Top Value Stamps 50 Free Ttp Vato Stops

LOOMBS dirt txKMtaswtttu and tfteteftcts Others present were- Mrs. wmi This eouaa+ u+o vurtaIAse of WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE pFONK WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCHASE OF

,ssBWas ctotfebf. sickroom,bathroom Utcfcts. Bertha A. Westbrook, Mrs. W.-I. nuR azaz e... 4O-oz. Jut DEEP SOUTH OMK TS-oz CAN

Hood 33 Bleach Barber and two, Mrs.visitors D. L.Mrs.Autrey Blanche Sr., Thrifty Maui trap. Pr. FeaiHl Bailer Lustre Or. Hair, Spray

soon nuu Ju.s 151 GOOD THRU JUNK 1ST soon THItU Ju.s .nu
Hendricks and Mrs. Mabel Lake.
I Mid Disinfectant Mrs. Barber will be the hostess AT ANY WINN-DIXIE AT ANY WINhWNXIE 24 AT ANY WINN-DIXIE

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Mrs.\ Sippel Heads Junior Women The Klssinvnce Gazette Khslrnmee. Fla.' Thurs., May 30, IMS 3FISHING'S
Smith ElectedTo Salvation
Women Golfers Army Honor ProspectsSaturday

At the regular meeting of the morning, May 25, the MAKINSONHARDWARE
District Office Ladies Division of the Osceola Cases CitedThe Junior Woman's dub entertained
Golf and Country Club held on prospective members with a Cof-

& During the annual State Con- Wednesday, the new slate of of- fee at the home of Mrs. Murrary
vention of the Florida! State Elks the Harry-Anna Home Committee committee ficers was presented by Mrs. question has been asked in motion. The girl was sent to Overstreet, Jr.
Association over the last weekend for the ensuing .year. This of]' Phil Kelley, chairman of the just how can the Salvation Army Orlando, and given a place to Guests were greated at the

Past Exalted Ruler Paul is the governing Hospital body for'I,nominating committee. Service Unit Committee help the stay, and food while her story door by Mrs. Overstreet and ..
Smith of Kissimmee Elks LodgeNo. me Elks Harry-Anna Umatilla and Next year's chairman will be people ot Kissimmee, St. Cloud, was being checked by Salvation Mrs. Sam Lupfer ill., who pre- - ':'-__
1873 was elected Vice Presi- Crippled Children at meetings at Mrs. William Sippel and Mrs. and Osceola County? I Army officers, and authorities in sented them with butterflyshaped ---\ \ -'
dent of the Central District of the will hold quarterly reports R. Elmo Griffin will act as sec- It can best be answered by.,the North. name tags. The Spring theme r-- -I" \.\ \;\\ ,
the Hospital for the progress giving specific details of several The back in few -H\\\ -
Association. This District encom- Director George retarytreasurer.It report came a was carried out throughout the "''' 1f.\Rn"
passes ten Elks Lodges of Cen- of Managing was decided to have every case historys recorded since the days that the basic facts of her borne with several arrangements i\ ", i\ ) \t'
tral Carver. second committees were organized several were true. She was provided {f.
Florida, including Kissimmee. rast xalted Ruler Bodo Kirch Wednesday morning at story oi multicolor flowers at focal II lOors 11'
Other State" appointments wentto hoff retained his regular positionas 11:30 at the dub House, for the months ago. with transportation by The points. TtN.i1 II
Exalted Ruler Jack White, Editor of the State Associa regular meeting time and all It was called to the attention Salvation Army and Army work- The dining table was laid witha 11 ..4rie5 -

who was chosen as a member of tion's quarterly publication, the women golfers are cordially invited of the Kissimmee Committee ers checked her progress along lovely cutwork cloth and accented - fp, fN NTSOD-\1. rJ VVlQIIiIIIIMfS
at attend. several weeks ago that a cer- the way. She was met at her with arrangement of '--v
The Exemplar members of the ,Florida Elks News, and as suchis I an i' .tn "to r
_0f1. .11
I With the tain was in destination by Salvation Army Ijg _
a member of the State Asso morning clinics set up young lady living white Shasta dasies. Mrs. Cecil AIM1S
Beta Sigma Phi wish to thank :ciation's Activities Committee. by Pro Bobby Moody there has town and associating with undesirable representatives who would provide Norris club sponsor, presided at :
all who contributed to the success : Kissimmee Elks.Lodge No. 1873 been an increased inteerst in I people .Her being !' further assistance and helpin the coffee server and Mrs., : /f'l1H

of their White Elephant ,was honored at the Convention by golf with the feminine co tin-stranded I in this manner appar- solving her problems. Whatley, new club president, ,. t..
Sale. Plans, are being mad. to receiving a plaque for its out- gent. A two-ball foursome tour- antly was the result of a broken I This example of the committees served from the punch bowl. The

hold! anoth.r one In the fall and standing blood bank activities for nament has been set for June family. I I activity shows that it not guests were also served Danish
all the lodge ,year 1962-63; these activities -7th. It was felt that for her own 'only provides emergency help, rolls Mexican Wedding cake,
persons having Items th.y were under ,the supervision good and that of the community 'I but very often can work out a cheese puffs and assorted nuts.
wished picked up please call a of Chairman Paul Lutz. And FOR ,an effort should be made to send ,i,permanent and successfull! solu- Prospective members to call
Sorority member or 847-4456. Kissimmee Lodge was also recog- PRINTING QUALITY call COMMERCIAL the Gazette I:her North where she had rela- i i:tion for people in distress. were: Connie Hunter, Nancy
nized for its excellent public serv- 847-2881. Free estimates office tives. who could help her workout ; More recently but just as important Mongovan, Mary Jo Morton Peg GOOD J
certain problems. It dis- ':I was that of a man, wife
-== .. ice in rendering due recognitionto was Hinton Alice Parker, Jane Parker I
t.e I' the local press and radio rep- gan, PER Bodo Kirchhoff, Inner covered that no agency existed |'I and five children from California Norma ,Kutterer, Patsy Stur- i
IULRAGE resentatives.The Guard Mert Dillard and Lou in Kissimmee who could handle I who were on their way to teuant, Jo Ann Bay Joan chandler -' '
: ,State Convention was at- Benkert. The State President for I his problem, so the Salvation I Holopaw, where the man Had Barbara Hale, Bobbie Gant "BUT ARE YOU USING THE
tended by Exalted Ruler Jack the .ensuing year is Thomas A. rmy Service Unit Committee !1 I secured a job. Pat England Bernice Park.
I RACKSaONYEYORS I White, Leading Knight Furroan] Mallem, of Jacksonville and the mmediately went t3; work. !J As in a great many instancesthis Dianne Johnston; and Cathy RIGHT BAIT AND TACKLE?"
I Partin, Lecturing Knight Larry i it State Convention for the next year Captain Sidney Lynch, the Officer I[ family arrived without funds Brusow. '
Ir U t iBlankenship, Esquire Al Lidik. will be held at Miami Beach in in Charge at Orlandovas I or any resources. Mrs. Vera dub members who assisted 'I MAKINSON HARDWARE WILL
G PER Flana- 1964. contacted and set the wheels .Lalley, welfare worker on the
Al Kerr, PER Jim May, I with the social were: :Mrs.
WRITE FOR ,I _. f Kissimmee Committee contacted
FREE CATALOG: I i'Robert Fisk, chairman of the St. Nalley Douglas Mrs.Thomas.Frank Mrs.Godwin Gene i I FIX YOU UP WITH THE RIGHT

PONTIAC VACATION SPECIAL! !Cloud committee, who verified Mrs. John Croxton. Mrs. Gainer
cHECxgeorgo Stuart : !'
the mans employment. Mrs. Dick Luzadder, Mrs. Bob EQUIPMENT WHETHER YOU
PHONE GA 5-4511 I I The whole family was given
Makinson Miss Cindy Roberson
133 East ORLANDO ROBINSON FIA. I WHY NOT LET OUR FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS GET YOUR CAR '!lodging and food for find a night house until Miss Carol Johnson Mrs. Fran- FLY FISH, SPIN FISH OR CAST.
able a
Fisk was ta
-------------------1 SET TO GO ON THAT SUMMER VACATION? !'for them. One months rent was cis Murrary and Mrs., Mrs.Bill Wallis.Larry Harrelson -

I paid, a food order was provided
TROUBLEGETTING I { and the electricity was' turnedcn. SPIN FISH? . .
/ Officers InstalledThe
8 8 i Fisk sent a truck to The Salvation annual luncheon and installation BAITS BRANDS
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT Army iu Orlando for furniture of Officers marked the
AUTO BRAKES CHECKED AND FRONT he _also secured other needed end of the season for the Kissim- from LIKE:
items from merchants and mee Garden dub. On Tuesday, 45c
INSURANCE? WHEEL BEARINGS CHECKED PARTS I(members of the St. Cloud Com- May 21st, the group met at Mrs. ZEBCO

ROTATE, TIRES I I mittee. Mac's private dining room, where MIRRO-IURE
N..d SR-22 Filing; and Mrs. C H. Brimhall, St. Cloud,
liability iniur.nc.7 Ask FRONT WHEELS BALANCED ; The net result of all this activity -acted as installing officer for Mrs. G t 1 ACTION ROD
Agent to send 1 being that a family in dire Z.s #
your your
LIGHTS CHECKEDEXHAUST Albert Rogers, Pres.; Mrs. Hen OL' JIM
application to us if you'v need has a house food the head
*y Simmons, 1st Vice-Pres.; Mrs.
ed.cancell.d | SYSTEM CHECKED j of the family a job and hope Robert Metzger, 2nd Vice-Pres.; EAGLE CLAW

anyone at fair rates regardless ,for the future, all because there Mrs. R. Stanley Evans; Treasurer lc CREMEIURESHAKESPEARE
of driving rec- i were Salvation Army Service Mrs. Lynn Beers Recording -
ord. Fir., theft, comprehensive !jUnii Committees established in Sect.; and Mrs. Corwin Ben REELS
and collision alsoavailabl. |Kissimmee and St. Cloud. from
.. Premiums nett, Corresponding Sect.; Mrs. PFLUEGER
be paid in easy installments may* | It is the earnest hope; of Reverend John Carroll, Parliamentarian.For ciivt DALTON
G.M. TRAINED SPECIALISTS ON ALL MAKESOF j i Richard Fullerton, chair. the ceremony, Mrs. Brimhall $595
"AIRCONDITIONERS.ROONEY 1 man of the Kisimmee Comarit- likened the officers to an artistic TRUE TEMPER
To AgentsVc will be
pleased to tend complete .'! tee and Fisk, chairman of the flower arrangement, each one be
kit on request. Broker- Si. Cloud organization that these tag an important part of the arrangement

age IK Assigned Risk j specific examples of immediate '
Plan. PONTIAC I and successfull solutions to Mrs. Henry Simmons, presiding RODS from 11.95

:!pressing:; problems will bring officer, asked Mrs. W. C. Seek
-E RLE W. :D Y & CO. i home to the people of OsceolaCounty man to give the blessing Mrs. 'L' .4)) r -
Seckman also movin
the JrTNtf
,, f.oioxui; importance of the memorial for the late Mrs. Cora 'Ff f, . 1) 11.) fiI.J
$1PlIIau.G.. ItA PHONE 847-2884 FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ;.current fund raising drive going Gaylord. I
over the top. .
Mrs Mal Lamb gave a very:
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- i Malvin 'S am u e l_ campaign comprehensive and complete re FLY FISH? . .
chakmanSs.ofJ ttie DiCissimmee held .. '
port on the State Convention 'FLIES
drive says-'the: drive for funds at Miami Beach. She disclose: "
I must be successful so that the that the 1964 State Convention and from
Limited committee can continue its efforts Flower Show will be held: at Cora OVER 200 FLIES
I Time in the wave of humanity Gables. 2Oc

and broaden the scope of its The long awaited book "Ex TO CHOOSE FROM

Only .vork.He otica" has been placed on the
I reports that as of Monday:, shelves at Hart Memorial Library, TO FIT EVERYFISHERMEN'S
May 27, the donations received Members are urged to examin NEED.
total $1,439.75 which is approximately the book.

'r I half of the announced With Mrs. Henry Simmons pinning
i goal of 13,000.00. He urges all the President's pin on Mrs

MALBNE Chiropractic people who have not been con Rogers, the meeting, ,adjourned..
: tacted and wish to contribute to ------- -- - ----
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t!this worthy cause, to mail their II SPECIAL. .
Health Mattress checks to Steve Miller treasurer ARCADETHEATRE REEL-
; First National Bank of Kiss- ALL BAMBOO FLY

,mmee, or Mrs. Vera Lalley. RODS 50% OFF from
: secretary. Chamber of Com-
NOW '12.50 9.95'
Innerspring nerce. MATINEES:

SAT AND SUN., 2:30 PM.


k RODS from 14.95
Club To Meet
Fri.-Sat.-May 31, June 1
: &
Orange Gardens Home Demonstration "THE TRUE STORY Of o
REGULAR I : __..___
/ Club will elect and in- JESSE JAMES" ImN.lt.IJ :}i-, 'to> ,' l '7

:. stall officers at a meeting Tues- Robert Wagner
/ day afternoon June 4, in the plus -
'! . .
Community Building. Mrs. Ward
69.50 : I "THE WAYWARD BUS"Jaynt
Beauchamp is the installing of- Mansfield

program feature will be a
MATTRESS OR i review of Edwin Way Teale's :,
BOX SPRING i book. "North with the Spring." Sun.-Mon., June 2, 3. REELS- THE

to be presented by Mrs. GeorgeS. "THE MAN FROM from

Twin or tt-1oIe Ira aa,4aq w Iaa MM. Murphy. THE DINERS CLUB 2.95 BIG

Danny Koye 'BASS!

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Sleep Your Way to Health LURESLYR -


Built to Chiropractic specifications-designedto % i 1-. ; ,
I -
give you full support while conforming to Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Parsons DRIVEINTHEATRE

body contours, maintaining spinal alignment ALDNE ATTAESSES announce the birth of a 9*% lb. .
intended aid in the son, Keith Allen, Wednesday.May -. ROD -
specifically as an manage. .. --
. 22nd at Florida Sanitarium.
ment of general back conditions. : '- from
I .-a ? 2.39

Size I I _______ ft
NOW Longer..Wider..King WHY DRESS TO EAT?' i ; -' '
I I I It .

Chiropractic King Size vXL_c x_* _.** DRIVE-IN t t ONLY 25c POt SERVICE CARLOAD CHARGE I It ImH llrl .

Over 6 feet wide. Almost 7 feet long -. 1 1 t GOOD WEDNESDAYVoid ON ANY I

Limited time/ only $ | QQ95 t This CMrtwy After Mfed 6-26-63..c..c.Ide. I STOP BY MAKINSON HARDWARETHEY
_ .
X T Mittitss Box Springs and I L_= --t HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTIOOF
Twin, doubIc-80' long $ ;5'0 $59.95 SUN., MON., TUES. TACKLE IN TOWNAND HINTS OF

7:45 end 11:10 MAKINSONI
Smtrtett Immeluon) ir &***rMM resler
is Central Florid DclW1a
your /. 3y . 1u>*of ,oar ,.em I
I . by bringing tium to ILL InUf !
mniqmt Satiny room. "Coupon Night'WEDNESDAY HARDWARE

847-4171 892-2011 J !. ,!


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4 The KU&immee Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla., Ihurs., May 30, 1963 t

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We join your family, friends and this, strive for freedom Contrary to what the
I entire community in wishing each of you propagandists preach, the great masses of
,.,. well in whatever endeavor you may plan for the communist world are not educated. The
"yam the future. Your graduation is an important selected few are allowed to continue their
achievement and, if you want it to be, the education after elementary school and enter
first step toward greater ones. We would a profession of their choice. You, on the
= also impress upon you the importance of this other hand, have a free choice and thus be-
t' T'": day for another reason. Education, as we come the master of your own destiny. You
know it, is the foundation of democracy and are, then, the master of the destiny of your
:<:: ,,, ;' the American concept of liberty . James country. What it will become in the next
..0' Russell Lowell expressed it eloquently: "It two or three decades depends almost entirely

;>': 'l<<: was in making education not only common to upon you. To keep your heritage, your freedom -
44: all, but in some sense compulsory on all, and self respect will require your greatest -
:' that the destiny of the free republics' of effort.
<. :<><: ::': : : America was practically settled." In other. We wish you well and ask God's blessing
$ ':::.>.'< words, only 1 an educated people treasure and upon your ende .vors.

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McCrory's ; ... i Esper Products Deluxe Herzberg's Shoe Store ,

.: and Saddle Shop
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Shore Men Wear ?"':'f"r Rooney Pontlac-G .1' .

'J. .:' ,. ..,,: :' Kissimmee Fire and

Haley's Market :'-(.>{. .,';: . Goold Department: StoreP!': .:.- : ; Police Departments

Al and PeteBroadway . . Parks Furniture Store .
". ''c'''?...'.;",.." t. Mann-Frakes Agency, Inc.
; : '
Barber : Glenn ':
Shop ', ; :. Ray Makinson Hardware"Store

.r : With The Horse Out Front"

City of Kissimmee ,5, .;'. W. B. "Bill" Stephens . : W. H. Morse Corp.

andChamber .' '
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of Commerce ;, > James L. Hutchinson Person Auto Supply .

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." Dr.Robert. E. Moormantr. _; :: .. F .t* ::::Nelson, Realty MeiiS -?*- mt,,*. tDsceola"( Elects! ,
;'lJ' .' -':-"; T(:" .::' '-'" ::1 ', i : ,. 1,.!tP."...t :,!'1r I3 .b1 4j 7 5 .. -+ ..' ':. \.."',.>':jr Y' .J... , . ,..ya .. ....

and Mrs. D. H. ; Ellie Florist *
Getty" Hugh's "Gehrett Appliance. .

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Sun Empire Realty '.,: 1'" Robt. M. Buckels, Sheriff '; : The Grissoms '
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Cody Publications ',: : Harley Engraving ' :/ -. -" ",,,. .
Carter Paint Store
.. .. < Mary
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Autrey. Motor Company -.'*': i : : W. Paul Riggs, Justice of the Peace.:* Sam
; .: : : Lupfer and Son
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Riedel Funeral Home ? .,. W. E. Pound, Tax r"r ,: /j k' X :
. \j Collectors.:.-::.."/'i.JT. .'.,. i'i *" .:< \.$; .J' Kissimmee Furniture '

First : :;, r . ;
National Bank.Su'wan'ne Sales ,'
,. . .. Phil and NezKissimmee
. . . . Tupperware Distributor ... : ...' '" ."
Starling Chevrolet Inc. .' . ':'j;_ ..

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K. C. Moore, Contractor. ...r"tbOt: . =. ....'-f..., -l r,... a .. Ii. ..:-'.'"."."' ,.......;.,. : ...\.:.;:.>;> .,." "'.,-...:...'' _:-,!-,'.-:('.. ,
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Taylor's : --t
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and Electric Co '.
Refrigeration : "
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.t Bud and John's '' , if: x., ". First Federal Savings & Loan :::

Air Conditioning.. . <"" :.'!:' 1 Association of Osceola County

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: Lyle. J. Ribley, Agent, :. ;, . a" : Firestone Home & Auto Supply

,' : ,< ; 'State. Farm Insurance i ; .. 'c
: : Adrian Bovis Texaco ConsigneeMelvin
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1 Sportsman's Show. l'be' Kisrimmee 'Gazette, Wssinnnee, FUu.. Thura., May 30, IH1! tRoy S

a KE Hansel

) Plans Underway .

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Organizations dedicated in wholeor al potentials and activities of the! : "' UP Heads Club
i in part to sports, recreation mid-Florida area. :lt ?"
leisure activity or hobbies, have The development of our tremendous I Roy Hansel has been elected will be played later.

been urged to send representativeto natural assets; lakes rivers president of the Osceola Golf & Awards made teeteded:

the! meeting Of the Mid-Florida : % YOUNGER Country Cub.Elected In the B Flight ceasotetion,

Sportsman's Show Committee, Friday providing,, 'tx chairman of the ladies Gene NaHey, winner; Frank Kelley -
May 31 at 7:30 p.m. at The horse trails and boat launching I Vy9 division of the club is Mrs. Wil- pup; in B Flight championship

Kissimmee Valley :Agriculture sites can duplicate or exceed the liam SIppeL. class, Byron Hileman,
Center. the great economic benefits that n vk U. ArptJt Others elected: at the annual winner; and DaneH Morton run

Chairman Frank Poffenbaugh, have been realized by Californiaand L meeting of the club were Ed Brin- ner-up;

of St. Cloud, issued the call and cthr states.Vacation son and Harold Hargraves, of St.
invited members of the County Cloud vice president; and Gene In Flight A consolation. Harold
NOTHING TO DOT Bethune, winner and Art Scalli,
Recreational Development Committee Nalley, secretary; and Steve
to attend.A Bible ORGANIZE! Miller, treasurer. runner-up. In A Flight championship -

number of local organizations Mrs. Ruth Griffin was named Art Logsdon winner Earl
hsignified their intention of School PlannedPlans I live in a 'small town where secretary-treasurer of the wom i Schmidt, runner-up; in championship

........tipating and local firms are I there's, nothing to do. The i an's division. consolation, Bill Buhner
are completed for the TO HONOR THE DEAD-American Legion Post No. 10 folk have regular dances i winner; and Bob Facey, runfterup. -
young Following the covered dish
contracting for exhibit supFar
space according third Vacation Bible Schoolof
members will again place an American Flag on Memorial and entertainment but we older awards made .
to Jim Killip exhibit the Shingle Creek were to recent
chairman. I which will be held June 10th Day at the graves of soldiers of all wars in the Shingle talks have been put on the tournament winners. I There has been a revival of
Maurie W. Walters of Kissim-- through June 14th from 9 Creek, Boggy Creek, Pleasant Hill and Oak Hill cemeteriesin 1' shelf. How can we answer get soon. I The club championship has not interest in the ladies' group and

mee has agreed to assist the ,until 11:30 a.m. white crosses made to hold them. Flags will be used in I attention? Please A. R. Ohio .I yet been decided. It is being .those intel ted in golf are in-

committee! in arranging the con- I I The following will be teachers Memory Gardens and Rose Hill Cemeteries. The auxiliaryunit I I fought out between Jack Booker vited to join them on Wednesday

tests and special evening pro- and helpers: will place wreaths at all six. Members of the ceremon- Okay I'm replying pronto e. and Don Rinkus. Booker broke mornings Meetings are held every
shelf dust his collar bona and the match;:second Wednesday.
grams. the
Director Mrs. Mary Dylas ial committee are shown above, left to right, Earl Yates, : 7' Ron yourself off
Several business firms not in- friends and get busy.
Music Mrs. Davis off some
Ashby ; Lloyd Cohenour Jess Benn,. Wendell Ketchum, George DO
volved in the sports or recreational Kindergarten Marcia Lombardy -! To get something done, :
fields have contributed to Mrs. Roma Bronson; Lewis and Don Brown. (Photo by Hamrick) TIERRA VERDE, FLA. something. Dive Into your corn
the committee: to make possiblea I Can on your town library
Primary. Mrs. Carl Spence Jeannie Dequine 19-year-old! munlty.
budget to publicize the local Junior Mrs. R. Carlyle Bron-; Legion To Honor War Dead Today I St. Petersburg' Beach model, has community groUPS. city I1 I 4tSPORTBY
that a
show throughout the midFloridaarea. son; Junior High Mrs. Harry I been named "Miss hall church. Proclaim :
Makinson-Carson Post No. 10 from Osceola High School will Press Photog- Club Fabulous Fossils
Rose Mrs. Larry Gross. Golden I
Gordon Dawson St. Cloud The American Legion will hold conclude the services at Rose Hill. rapher" by the Florida West or whatever name you pick
Chamber of Commerce Manager; All boys and girls in the Memorial services at 10 am. Tha Color Guard and Firing Coast Press Photographers. needs activities a meetingDlace. .

Fred McDaniels, manager of the community are cordially In- Thursday at Rose Hill Cemetery. Squad will then proceed to Os- Crowned by Guy Lombardo in Even the tiniest library AI Silverman, Editor, Sport Magazine

Kissimm2e Chamber and Bill vited to attend the school. Louis Eenkert, a resident of ceola Memory Gardens to honor ceremonies at Port-O-Call, she has a professional pipeline. Dot I L' ABASEBALL'S DANGEROUS twice more and that was it..

Hammond Public Relations officer On Sunday morning at 10-: Kissimmee since 1949, a Spanish the dead buried there. competes next month for national you know there's a nationwide SEASON. It's that time of the And there is Johnny Saxton.
.of the First Federal Savingsand 20 on June 16th the Bible American War Veteran having The public is invited to attend. honors at Jackson Hole. public library committee for I' for ballplayers who must once a welterweight champion

Loan have been assisting the School will have the entire served as 1st sergeant 4th com St. Johns To Hold Wyoming. services to the aged furnishing, I year endure manifold temptationswhile once worth a quarter of a
committee.The service thus giving every- pany Ohio volunteers and, a past free programs books films, trying to get in shape million dollars. Then all down
Mid-Florida Sportsman's one an opportunity to see department commander of the Graduation Tonight Boston, Massachusetts is They even furnish ceiling projectors for the baseball season. And hill the money gone, wife

Show: July 3-6. will run concurrently -what can be accomplished in Spanish-tAmerican War Veterans Students at St. John's Episcopal ) the largest of the U. S. state for the disabled!deploring Do yon, sometimes these much.temptationsare Marshall trouble tempted armed suicide robbery and rehabilitation an at-

with the Silver Spurs Rodeo just one week. of the State of Michigan will deliver Kindergarten will receive their capitals-Carson City Ne- know that churches just the too Yankee pitcherwho in a mental hospital. In
actively Bridges
and the Florida Quarter Horse On Sunday June 2nd, the the Memorial Day address. diplomas in a ceremony at St. vada is the smallest..Abraham their neglect of you know that; I was shot this spring bya the April issue of SPORT,
Association Jamboree providingthe pastor will be speaking on the Major Arnold Simonson, retired John's Church Thursday night at Lincoln want you? Do you woman at least was able to Johnny Saxton reflects on his
biggest July Fourth celebration -subject "Four Highways to chaplain, will give the invocation 7:30 p.m. was our only G.I. the big national clubs eagerly; go back to Mississippi to recuperate experiences the bitter and
ever presented in Central God" at the morning service.A and benediction.The A reception for students their President-his last militaryrank seek chapter clubs of retirees?I from his leg wound the sweet -= and when he is
I Elks established should into
the kids
prior to becoming the I Do know that Los Angeles Angels'pitcher asked if go
Florida. study of Psalm 119: 113-129 Color Guard and Firing parents and friends will follow you But
national policy to boxing Johnny answers yes.
The Sportsman's Show is dedicated -will be featured at the 6:30: Squad will be under the directionof in the parrish house. All interested chief executive was that of !I a facilities available t Bo Belinsky at had no "What's he got if he does

to promoting the recreation Vesper service. K. Norman White and a bugler J persons are invited. _I an Army private . f to make seniors their for meeting rooms'?i iI wound Bill Rigney to flaunt for showing manager up n't?" Saxton said. "There's a

start He had an million Joe Greens. Who ever
know can e a late for practice.
Do you you heard of them? But people
I senior center and program I alibi though.caught for heard of me. At least I have
brochures "I got speeding
free "
structure 15 that. I'm not sorry.
Bo said after arriving ,
I prepared by (among minutes late on the second day SHORT T A K E S. The New
I the Richmond. Va. Dept..of Recreation of practice. The first day he York newspaper strike has hada
and Public Parks? Do without effect the reading
I was an hour late an profound on -
you know that organizations excuse. Bill Rigney is not the habits of all New Yorkers.
specifically devoted to the older, forgiving type and he publicly Recently New York Senator
person are pleading for your blistered the celebrated Bo. Kenneth Keating proclaimed,
interest, to get medical care Whether it will have an effecton "It's gotten so bad that Cardinal -
better hospitalization Insurance Belinsky is hard to judge.Bo Spellman is reading the
44. better housing lower-cost drugs Belinsky you see, is the I Christian Science Monitor."

b spectacles dentistry vacation same fellow who told a Hollywood . Tommy Brooker, offensive -
; If want a fistful of!" journalist just before end for the Dallas Texans,
/ trips you and addresses -! the opening of spring training caught a 92-yard touchdownpass
organization names I' "I'm going to be a dedicated last- year. Brooker who
write me, son. Finally: "
Hall ballplayer this year. does not run terribly fast,
do you know that City WHEN WILL FIGHTERS returned to the bench breathless -
needs your vote You've more -LEARN It's a little pathetic after that long gallop..
__ Important than you think! So isn't it, watching the likes of; Instead of congratulating

% .'oaiw.cKtl ';Y a.:;nm??y:r''i.rc"y ;
'+ :"s+ not know it, but a whole posse; Fullmer trying to hang on, Hunt said "What were you
is riding with you! : long past the days of keen trying to do, Tom run out
reflexes. For Robinson his the clock?"

last years have been a debasement . When Casey Stengel
I'm a retired military man of a glorious boxing managed the Yankees he was
Attractive bachelor in a new career;: For Fullmer it is not always restrained in his appraisal -
home filled with art treasures I yet' quite as bad. Gene, who I is of his star canterfield-
I collected. Now I feel impelled I 32 promised he would retire er. Mickey Mantle Wet anymore.
to move elsewhere; all these I if Dick Tiger beat him again. At the recent New York
nosy neighbors are bent on mar Well the February 23 fight baseball writers' dinner, Casey
was called a draw and Tiger and said of Mantle
rying me off. Your advice, title got up
retained his middleweight "He's the only cripple I know
If print this pleasedo
please. you but Fullmer wants at Tiger out-do the world."
who can
TOTAL PERFORMANCE IS MORE THAN JUST GOING POWER. .. IT'S STAYING (above). Ifs the splendid braking and acceleration displayed in the Pure Oil not mention the name of and the again. "I don't want to go out Casey also had a shrewd
POWER! Ifs the proven durability demonstrated by 500 grueling miles at Daytona Performance Trials. It's the fuel savings demonstrated in the Mobil Economy Run! city. I came here for peace with a draw" Gene says plain analysis of Yogi Berra, the
all I get is annoyance. tively. What he really meanswe're new player-coach of the Yan
Major F., Florida afraid is that he just kees. Said Stengel: "He'll be a
wants to keep fighting. tremendous coach. It's amazm
How lucky can you get? En Willie Pep was like that do to "
what he can annoy ya.
joy it! too. In his 229th fight years baseball is
Action is the attraction past his prime, Pep"Kid> was'" getting. . closer Japanese in quality to the
out by Hogan
big TAKE What's iA happened TIP' to my husband I Bassey in the room ninth afterward round. In American certain game ceremonial but there dif remain -

? He's become a tightwad disconsolate ferences. When the batter asks
now that we're retired. rm so I Pep muttering sat there"A sucker punch the umpire to look at the

ashamed I caught him steak getting hit by a sucker ball the pitcher immediately
tag the tip when we had coffee j imagine punch." But then he looked throws it out of the game.
with friends in the drugstore.! inside him for a moment and According to Japanese
looked at the
P.S. Wasn't the first time. rm! caught the truth. "No he if the umpire
nothing wrong
atgourfordflealerk saying nothing. You ten him] said aloud It's"it Just wasn't that a I sucker never ball with and it, the batter would
off! punch.
: ., aw it coming." He fought i lose
Mary W., St. Petersburg Fla. Deadly Menace In NO JOB TOO BIG or too small
Steady both of you. Why does when it comes to commercialprinting.
? This is not Your Medicine Chest? Call 847-2881 today
4, I If you like action, you'll really go for our new Fords Ford took the first 5 places he uncommon.pocket the It tip demonstrates his and ask for Mr. Mears for free

worry over money fear and estimates on your job work.
in the Daytona 500America's toughest test of total performance means desperation you should help 81
with. How Sit down and I

Ford has the readability, the durability, the just plain action you want in your to Dutch each uncles.other Talk like money.a couple Talk I >

own car. And right now we're even pricing 'em for fast action Come in i today! eat exactly, ,and what how it much costs to can live safelybe and "";, for everyprinting

spent to stay within your I
budget . Ill bet you never*
did this! Do it now! This my
SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL tip for both of you to take!

.sv. ON THIS NEW SUPER TORQUE FORD! I am a widow in my own darn' need. . .
:1- home -*- and fed up with all this .y
lawn upkeep and
(Manufacturer's suggested retail price for
I can move housekeePing'l
r ? $ Ford Galaxia.500 Sports Hardtop Includes Golden Age n A I

.,,.,,,,.i .. AS heater-defroster, whitewall tires. Destination outdoor maintenance comes with A cluttered medicine A chestinvites .a.
LOW charges, optional equipment* state the rent. death into your home !
AS and local taxes,If any extra.) Winnie St. Louis Mo. especially if there are small )
children in the family. '
Sell the dam place, Winnie! Most toddlers will eat or I'

SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL drink any substance they can
Need help on a problem Writeto reach; regardless of appearance
or taste. As a result of the
of this
Helen In care
? ON THIS NEW MIDDLEWEIGHT FAIRLANE! newspaper Available now on 822.000 each Americans, than poisoned 300.000are
request: the free booklet M20MoneyMaking year )O$
children under five years
(Manufacturer's suggested retail price for Hobbies" sent :of r age. .A
Fairlane 500 Hardtop Includes heater compliments of this column. Bauer & Black. in conductingits

AS defroster whitewall Ur... Destination fifth annual "Clean Out your
l charges optional equipment, state and I Medicine Chest" campaign. Is
AS local taxes.If any extra.) Substitutes. For urging all persons to protect
their whole family by following When we give you a delivery -
Water Cress
I m i a few simple rules:
1. Keep all drugs and medicines date on a printingjob
: SAVE! GET OUR FAST ACTION SPECIAL The requirements for growing ; far out of reach of chil

r.- water cress include a brook or {I dren. 2. Label all containers and TOO can rely oa HI
pond with cold, clear water and I mark prescriptions with date,
thus are not available to every dosage, and patient's name. 3.Do And what's more you can
S -.- .- ---- --4 gardener. However anyone with not keep cleaners or other
(Manufacturer's suggested retail price for even enough space to plant a toxic chemicals in the medicine depend oa the skffl and
$ Falcon Futura Hardtop Includes heater- single row of seeds can growa cabinet. 4. Get rid of all old or
AS defroster whitewall tires. Destination near relative called upland I unlabeled medicines by pouring experience If our crafts-
down the drain never by
LOW, charges, optional equipment state and cress.
two kinds of in the wastebasket. 5.
There are upland throwing men for printer of high
io.Ai' local tax...If ,extra.5 )
any cress one with curly leaves Before administering any drug,
and one with plain leaves. read the label in a good light. est character. CaB us BOW.
Either will be usable In salads 6. Paste the day and night
or for a garnish hi 50 days I phone numbers of your physician TI62221.KISSIMMEE.
from the time seeds are sown. i I druggist and poison control -
t Plant seeds In early spring center (consult your Public
spacing them so there are halfa Health Office) to the wan of
dozen seeds to the inch and your cabinet. 7. Safetx-check I
covering them with not more your medicine chest at least
than a quarter inch of soil. They" twice a year.
need no special care. only a As a public service Bauer & GAZETTE
AUTREY MOTOR COMPANY sunny situation In fairly good Black; is distributing through
soiL You'd be pleased with their retailers a pamphlet on the proper
t pungent flavor so much like organization of a home
,,' _KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA "' that of renuine water cress. I medicine chest. I .

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The Kissinvnee Gazette Klssimmee, Fla., Thurs., May 30., 1963 I,


Gives I
Society t . i i"t
j !
I ttiataway

Advice on BirdsWith i I

I FLORIDA 1973 leaders of today's business, industry
bird nesting: season well fort should be made to return By CLAUDE J. YATES and state governmentplan I J

under(: way in Florida people are them to their nests. If the nests Vice President and General for 1973-today! Pt By BETTY EBY
seeking advice on the care of cannot be located the young Manager Southern Bell Tele- :. '; : <'.
young birds that ,have left their birds should be released in a ,phone & Telegraph Co. By W. L. STENSGAARD I i .4

nests before able to fly. Many tree or shrub as near as possible Jacksonville, Florida (Executive Director, Florida III

inquires concern such birds that to where they were found. The growth of Florida is a World's Fair Authority) I
have been picked up to rescue According to Mr: Morrison it is twentieth century phenomenon. "Showmanship in selling pays Cpl. Blake Makinson and where she will spend the sum

and care for them in the belief untrue that young birds will be In 1900, there were a half- off" is an old saying which has I Cpl Edward Henry Rhode mer. I

that they have been. deserted by deserted! by their parents if million people in Floridatoday been proven in Florida. I I students at Georgia Military Birth day congratulations

their parents. they have been handled by peo: there is in excess of 5'/2' When people come to Florida I Academy have arrived home this week are being sent to
The Florida Audubon Society million. And the amazing they see and enjoy the things .. I to spend the summer with Paul Callahan, Rose Marie

cautions this week that most ple.When birds have,been injured, thing about Florida's growthis they have heard and read about. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenton, Violet Allen Pat Get.

supposed "orphaned" birds and they can sometimes be nursed that the bulk of it has oc- That's why 4,500 families a.month MEMBER HONORED-Mrs. Eliza Dean who is leavingsoon I W. B. Makinson and Mr. and I ty, Ina Phay Roberts Ruth
curred in little than a and many industries move to Rhode. Waldrop. Iva Mae Criner Lo-
more E. H.
mammals usually are not or back to health so that they can Mrs. I
to join her and the in
!Florida making it the second daughter family, Clay Steffees I rena Bovis Ed Phay Harold
decade.. We have gained more I W. B. Makinson and son Bill
phans. Young birds, rabbits and return to the wild, but the flor-
squirrels found on the groundor ida Audubon Society makes it population in the last 12\k fastest growing state in the na South America was honored last week at a tea given by I left by plane Tuesday for i Goodell, Theta Rupert Annie
did in the the members of the Business and Professional Women's I I Larrimore, Faye Williams
in bushes are seldom "desert clear that it is' not easy for years than we pre- tion.But Houston Texas on a
ed," according to Kenneth D. people to substitute for parent ceding 130 years. what about the millions Club at the Lawler home. Shown above are, left to right :, trip. Lance Reynolds Florence
Morrison, Director of the Moun- birds. In 1950, Florida was the 20th who have not seen Florida? They Wanda Barnette, club president, Lottie Lawler Mrs. Dean i! Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Weaver I'Facey, William Scott, Cecilia
largest state in the nation. are our new customers and citizens I plan to leave next week for Bush, Della Engle, Ed Partin,
tain Lake Sanctuary at Lake A circular on the care of In- and Lola Lawler. (Photo by Hamrick) i
must be told and sold Elnora Woodard Etta
They Mae
rank and j ,
'I Today we __ ___ ___ ,Oklahoma City where they
Wales and President of the Flor- jured birds 1
or truly "orphaned" !
will in a tough market We are faced Lane, Martha Graves. Best
people predict we :will two weeks visitinghis
ida Audubon Society. "Usually be obtained by sendinga many I to enjoy the benefits of tourism, I ibut moving in and more are !I[ spend '
may with a continuous selling job. wishes to each of
be in the. top five in a few 1 brother. you.
] it alone is not going to bet I visiting. Cypress Gardens, Sil1:
the he I stamped, self-addressed
parents are nearby en- That is why the New York i i Ruth Griffin and Frances
short years. ( Earlene Roberson 1405 Verona -
said, "and are simply waiting velope to Florida Audubon Society -I I World's Fair in !enough to support a state that ver Springs, the Miami Sea-
Impressive facts yes! But 1964-65 affords Marineland these went to Miami last weekend I Rogers are in Tallahassee this
is the nation's ninth largestin quarium, -
for the human intruders to leave I P. O. Drawer 7, Maitlan'*, they are completely overshad- great opportunity for Florida be-I now attractions and others to pick up her houseguest, week to attend the legislative
and are
before resuming the feeding of Florida. owed by the anticipated 'cause 70 million people will go I population residehts adding per- showing steady increases in':'Miss' J Edith Bejos. who flew : session, as guest of Rep.
the young. In the case of young I' The Florida Audubon Society growth in the next 10 years. to see and learn at the greatest 1 i i ii manent at a rate of visitors. J into Miami from Cayo British J. J. Griffin:

birds unable to fly, it is suggested reminds birds' foster parents1also i" We anticipate that by 1973, entertainment and educational'' :more than 3,000 persons a week At the present time, over:-I J Honduras. She plans to re- I Mary Haslar has returned

that they be placed in bushes : that virtually all species of I Florida will have a populationof show in history. something near 200,000 annual- 80 percent of the 13 million ;: i main about a month and is i from Chicago where she attended

-I or trees so as to be out of reach i Florida birds are protected by I 8.2 million and that house- In an area of more than three j I'ly.Part' annual Florida visitors arrive 1 'thoroughly enjoying this, her I a convention of the

of cats and dogs." State law and cannot legally be holds will increase from 1.7 acres on Meadow Lake Florida 1 i i! of the solution to our here by automobile. A vast :first trip to the States. j(Society, of Savings and Loan

During this season when so kept in captivity. Hence whenan million to 2.6 million. This will present to at least 18 million 'economic needs for the futureis majority of these stop in motels : Mr and Mrs. Jim Haddock I!Comptrollers held at the

many joung birds and mammalsare injured bird is found, it is 'growth will be of national importance -persons one of the greatest and new industry. This will be the :and, family will leave Tuesday |:Palmer House.

in relatively; helpless conditionMr. advisable to report it to the in that it will make most competitive attractions. for : i industry needed to serve our As the owner of .the Mid-i i I J for Martin, Louisiana where i[! Laura Bressler-Pettis is in
Morrison recommended that local wildlife officer so that he Florida one of the most politi- .180 days in both 1964 and 1965 will attend the wedding (!.!Rochester, Minnesota where

dogs and cats' be tethered and can, if he wishes, check to see cally powerful states in the (mid April to mid-October each :the industry born of the space feel that the motel Industry:'I, of their daughter Sandra. i I she.1 is going through the Mayo

that cats be belled if allowed whether it is necessary for it to nation. year.) : age in which Florida figures so j is rapidly changing. Today it Frank Krack has returned Clinic.J

( to roam at large. Several bells be kept captive until it can care Naturally we anticipate a Never before at any world's ]prominently.The is highly competitive. Tomor- ., to his home at 1631 Orange !i Mrs. Frank Smith, 916 Mab-

are better than one because a for itself in the world. As soon similar growth in the tele- fair hjas the public seen a Florida government estimates that j row it will be more so. The :; Street after a stay at the bette Street, has returned
business. As of Janu- live porpoise show but the I in just ten years from now, 73 [ .. Osceola Hospital. He is From Charleston S.C. She
cat can learn to walk so that as such a bird is able to fly phone ", .(day of the "ma and pa" opera- i reported -
one bell will not ring. When and take care of itself it should ary 1963, Southern Bell oper- t public will for the first time at !' percent of our gross national tion is a thing of the past. I 1 to be very much improved ,plans to return to Charleston

young birds are found, every ef be promptly released. I l ated' total of 1,562,000 tele- the New York World's Fair see I,.. product will be in products that feel there will always be the June 8th.
phones in Florida one mil- ..such a show. A giant pool and'I!j don't even exist today. They are i need for all types of accom- Mrs. Henry Farnham left I

lion increase over 1953. By I stadium, seating 1,600. will pro I being invented, discovered and ]modations. Sunday for New England

1973, Southern Bell will have j sent 10 shows daily. ,'[ perfected right at this moment Here is an example of what *I- PIZZA
A CAPITOL LETTERBy 2,800,000 telephones in the : Our state also will have a i extraordinary by-products of our I mean when I say the motel I i Grace Makinson To !

state. There are interesting large, attractive air' conditioned I i j space probing technology. industry is rapidly changing. I i 1
Jerry Mock trends in these figures in that (Exhibition Hall with 25,000 square !!j This is desirable industry in Quality' Courts United, Inc., Be Honored Monday i FREEZETTE

we expect number of households ,feet of space devoted to elaborate j which for over 22 has
i of years : DRIVE-IN
The largest part
many ways. Miss Grace Makinson, who is
TALLAHASSEE The! There has been some disgruntlement -'I with telephone service !and interesting action exhibits I: been an association of independent 1 I
I of
I the smelly
it is not industry retiring after teaching at Osceola
House of Representatives for over the situation to increase 9% to a total of )telling about Florida education, i motel operators with !
1 the final month of the current, but much of it has been over 80#'; the percent of extension i industry agriculture, sports attractions :, factories and belching smoke- I{headquarters In Daytona High School for 25 years, will be
session will be aimed the confusion result- i,i stacks. It is a highly scientific honored by the High School fac-
_ legislative controlled at telephones to homes i and tourism. [ Beach is going to operate as
to a great degree by Ing from the bottleneck. A with telephone service should i A citrus tower, which probably ;! and skilled industry, and not the I a profit making chain-fran: ulty and administration, the Par- I think It Is a great Idea to us*

24 men members of the larger house, more newcomers increase from 34# to 47%. ,will be seen by 700 million per (least: by-product of it is in the chise corporation. Quality i ent-Teacher Association, Osceola the Kis>tmm.. Airport land for
House Rules Committee.This more business to transact 'i caliber of people it will attract Classroom Teachers Association cow pattwro. It tho
the' protonf
There is a growing movementto sons in three years, will be : Courts started out with seven j
Is not unusual, for as means the bottleneck be- a second telephone line in landmark of the Florida site. The :;j: to live and work in Florida. This Florida operators and spread, I land' the Osceola County Educa-1; Mayor and City Commls lonr.

legislative proposals pile up- comes more acute. the home for teenagers.The tower will project 110 feet into :'!kind! of people commend the until members are now locat- I tors Association, the hoard of continuo to stay In offico In my

some 1,400 already have been One legislator complained, continued industrialization -,the air and a giant orange about i;more substantial salaries. ed In every state east of the I public instruction, Monday afternoon -I opinion wo can also soon us.
introduced as of this writing for instance, that since the of Florida will tax our in-!I18 feet in diameter will be at I',, And this is where industry Mississippi and eastern Can[ I at 2:00 p.m. at the high Broadway and Main Str..t inKisslmm.

-only a portion of them have rules committee had been di- genuity in providing all typesof I the top. The triangular shaped 1 1I t j I will mean tourism. ada. I!j school cafeteria. I .. for cow patur.

any chance of gaining pass- vided into subcommitees he modern business communi- I tower will be illuminated and!: New York City is the biggest Likewise motel chains |j' The public is cordially invited 1 EDDIE CLEMONS

age.The couldn't find out who was con- cations. New and more flexible -i( "FLORIDA" will be spelled out I!l tourist city in the nation, yet which had previously concen-!'to attend the program. I Tropkal Park

rules committee thusis sidering his bill. communications services in large letters on each side. '!i 85 percent of the people who trated attention west of the David ton MO Dew./ MMth.

set up to decide which bills Another complained bills will be required and we will Construction will begin soon, and I)visit New York do so primarily Mississippi such as Ramada[!, Croxton

get favored treatment and were being put on the top of be prepared to meet, these in the tower will be completed by i for business reasons. Their tourist Inns and Travelodge have, Awarded Honor
come up on the House floor the list without legislators be- creasing demands. early fall.Other I I time and expenditures are moved east and are Increas- 1i

for consideration.The ing given advance warning so Southern Bell's most important beautiful circular exhibit by-products of their business ing the tempo of their construction -, Airman David Croxton was r

unusual feature this!they could prepare to defend I job in. the next ten years. I buildings: will appear to float on,;'I, trips. I especially in Flor : named Airman of the. Month at : 7.f.

year is that after the first 20 or attack them. I I is to thnk and plan continu-I the waters of the lake and will : Now, the significance of this is ida. More Howard Johnson's; Keesler Field, Biloxi, Mississippi t --r k
days of the session each bill AU of which adds to the ously for the future, for we( I|be connected by a "Bridge to'the;':I that the typical businessmanwho Motor Lodges are also being:''where he was recommended for i i i ; \
(other than local legislation) confusion of, this trying ses- invest millions of dollars an f Keys" runnirfs..lroni; the 'porp isei ', travels will .average over built. I f his responsibility initiative and 1:I :;:1Qt: "ants '
must gain approval of the sion. 'Here is a list of the t6\
t nually based on our faith in I1 seven trips a year
rules committee before it rules committee which will I I
can ; the future. i In the homes area visitors may i tion, of which I am a former David is minister of music at
i if of
to.an. one trip a
average {
come up for consideration have life or death control in The expected growth in the f !!inspect a modern Florida-type re-I},i president, is constantly at: '| East Howard Baptist Church, controlled ,rri
for the tourist.I
(there are ways to get around"the House over many bills year ,
next ten years will not be jjtirement I I' home, fur1i ; work to spur tourism to en-[
completely 1 I I School of
Sunday superintendent
and business
but they are most'difficult ,the remainder of the session: without By bringing industry moel [ caHflfcZ&JF
problems-problems i nished to show how comfortable courage operators to up- '
). William V. Chappell Jr. I I to Florida we will be bring- 9-12 year old children as well
which be faced grade their services and facilities i I II
must by all responsible -living can be. ,
This approval by the rules Marion, chairman; R. C. Row- Floridians. Our edu- The I I ing people numbers to create an and to improve our[ as an outstanding airman.He .

committee takes effect also in ell, Sumter, vice chairman; C. cational facilities will be taxed leisure glittering living home gem with will be patio a I. unprecedented demand for tour- Image. ,We also work closely' is the son of Mr. and Mrs. i I
the Senate but usually not un- Fred Arrington, Gadsden; ]' ist attractions and facilities.It Gerald Croxton.
to the limit and if we with airlines, railroads, bus
ex- and pool beautiful, colorful and I Poi the aka
til the fading days of the session I John L. Ayers Hernando; Jul- is for Floridian your home
important -
every companies major oil
pect to continue to be a leader expensive. It will "be furnished in II (Companies -
Last session In the ian Bennett Bay; Wilbur in the space age with sub- the most modern of appointmentsand to think in terms of new travel clubs and the Flor- FOR QUALITY COMMERCIAL : CALL

House it took effect mid-way Boyd, Manatee; Hal Chaires, sequent space age contracts will be the !! business and industry for Florj ida Development'Commission.. PRINTING call the Gazette office

after 30 days. Polk; Welborn Daniel, Lake; II and business, we must plan against which Florida background fashions!j J i ida. each to help in his own We publish special brochures sii'2881. Free estimates.i 847-3489

David C. Eldredge Dade; now to provide the necessary will be displayed in continuous i!I way to create an economic, political describing various types of I,- -- -- -
Osee R. Fagan Alachua; Ben I higher education and research showing. I I I and physical climate favor- motels from fishing resorts I J
Hill Griffin Jr. Polk J. J. I
I ; facilities. Industry is becom- All of this will be seen in the'i able to business. to apartment motels. We also PRESTIGE
Griffin Osceola H. E. Lancaster (
Gilchrist; Woodie- ing more complex daily and foliage that is so tropical, so!: This means, among other work hard to develop special I HOMES
j Liles ; our schools must provide the typical of Florida. The Florida' things, electing public servants: tours and off season p.romo-,
Hillsborough Frank I I'
Colour your old r Marshburn Levy; R. O. Mitchell technically trained young pea Chapter of the American Society!'I. with an interest in promoting tions. It is a continuing job. BUILT -
I ple necessary to meet these of Architects is jour economic welfare The motel industry in Florida -
Leon William G. Landscape assisting -I! through I '
shoes any colour I I II I Neill,, Marion; ; Bobby 0'-1 new and demanding require- in the design and planning I I expanding industry it means cessful., generally speaking, is suc- FOR YOU 1 '-
ments. It should be
of the site that visitors to the more so
; Wachulla; Jack Sanders, so i i endorsement of expenditures for I Ii By
Florida has diversified I' in the future.WISH .
you I choose roe; S. C. Smith Desoto; area will walk through three'1 I i higher education to create the
economy and is rapidly becoming acres of Florida transplanted toi'I!I intellectual environment
\ George G. Stone Escambia; necessary -I
.18 fashion col I I James Sweeney Volusia; and a major industrial New York. I'I to space. age industry, and I'D SAID George L. ReynoldsFor
state. This is of
ours) great import- ''
More than Flat-
.recolours belts I Harry Westbeny Duval. I a year ago the 'it. means working with our present -
handbags, belts ance as the economy of the ida Council of 100 began to plan I: isj I THAT"The
industry to see that Further Information Call
I Ii 847.2856 or 847-2266
too! :, Past Noble Grands state must provide some 80- ,' : ?
for the fair. Then, the Florida'World's i
leather 000 jobs a just to main- i happy because our best adver-i!
I .linen shoes silks remain straw supple .! j! To Meet Tonight tain the expansion year of the late Fair Authority under appointment [i j I tisement for new industry is satisfied Y - -
won't i by Governor Farris 8 I
chip 19508. I and contented existing in-]
.easily applied costs : Th3 Past Noble Grands Club of Bryant took over.
pennies! .waterprooflasts Providing municipal dustry. j AGRICULTURALFINANCING
the Kissimmee Rebekah Lodge serv- I
By April the
months! colouras 1964 opening
often as you wish! !twill meet 30th at ices for this increasing popu- i These are things Floridians
Thursday, May date, millions of man hours will I! big trouble with success -
lation will require_ additional ought to have on their minds as
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lee have been devoted to creating the! / today i is the government
taxation. Business and confronted with
Brooke I indus- they are daily
Lady Baker. greatest of all Florida shows designed I divides it with you."-George .
try in Florida must be prepared matters concerning our state, its ,
to do the biggest'job selling B. Bowra, Aztec N. M.) Independent
shoe /l to share this increased tax future and the future of our I -
in the state's fabulous his
bill. Review."A .
Complete Lady Brorke children. !

1 s Shoe Colour Cosmetic"Kit Contains Shoe: I -1 1 I. c;,: 0ir. place Increasing demands urbanization will tory. By BYRON-HERLONG, I miracle drug i is any medi- including
1 bottle : : great on our
a each
GREENE, cine
of colour, S 160 $ I I municipal transportation Director-at-large Florida you can get the kids to I
n cleaner andAdditional sys- Chairman, Florida Council take without screaming.E. ."- GROVES ,
1 I Motel Association)
wax! .,, \ terns Housing must be provided '
bottles : dhtId1t in the face of decreasing of 100) The motel industry in Florida M. Remsburg, Vista (Calif.) '
of colour $1.00 each RANCHES / -
Additional cleaner Ye therefore shall be perfect available land. Industry means tourism. Is "big business." The :Press ; .
and wax.41 each , as your heavenly Fatheris These are only a few of the That phrase is going to be- state currently ranks second

perfect.(Matt. 5:28). many things which must be come increasingly important to nationally in total number of GEORGE STUART SAYS . .
HUNT BROS. We should faced for Florida-1973. Op- Floridians. The Backbone of motels with over 6,000. Only -. current interest
replace memories portunity will be unlimited. Florida's economy is tourist business California with some 8,000 <:t 'fr> rate
past mistakes with i Growth should create additional probably more than 13.- outranks us. The future Is 1 1 i
!'supreme desires to be what demand and business 000,000 visitors in 1963. bright for the motel industry '
!'God wants all of us to be= I should expand but it will Because of our geography and here. The motel industry in .... . 5Msimple %

God's perfect children. only increase and grow if the natural assets we will continue the state grosses nearly 370 Iy11 :,:

million a year, including $95 I '

I million for food and Incident. ". : .Ji-; ,

W. O. TAYLOR COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATIONAND l i I als.Important to Floridians 0 _, -. interest .'- ,.....-.:.J1't:''''t.. :. ,'

|: motels collectively spend over "

ELECTRIC I $18 million annually for pro !j,

COMPANYWILL ', motion. This includes every- OUR THIRTIETH YEAR
: thing from magazines adver- 1

: tisements to picture post

__J CELEBRATE ITS 11th ANNIVERSARY DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE I cards. These efforts have these
: counties
. i helped to focus national at- serving :

tention I I on Florida. Lake- Orange Volttsk

1 BY OFFERING FREE INSTALLATION WITH THE PUR- : Cape Canaveral's activities j! '
i Seminole-Osceola.
: are bringing more people to II ,, -
: Florida, both permanently and Amazing Print-Like Rtsults Brevard ,
on business. It is obvious that t PAm..... MX SOtftN MOCKS .
the food and lodging industry t Priced from $195. Costs *. more
CHASE OF A well allied businesses the old fasfcioaed mime
WINDOW UNIT. THIS i i as as many -
[ DOES I graph. M.d. by **** "Arld's .."at
NOT INCLUDE will receive millions i I .......I.chlrer of dHpHcotiitf ...* CENTRAL FLORIDA
WIRING of dollars worth of additional chines. Look .t the finol results

1 revenue from businessmen -tfcot is the only thing you bay PRODUCTION
j and visitors who are going to in o JvpCccring tnochiito. c.-
and coming from the Cape. poro the Qtiolitr . Compare
I The Cape of course Is only the Cost . Compare the do.-
Eess . and you will buy
W. O. TAYLOR ALSO OFFERS one example. t GESTFTNER. Ask for S demonstratio J. P. Payne Generalr.
DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE, The same Is true for different today. .

25 INSTALLATION ALLOWANCE ON PURCHASE OF A the reasons entire in South Greater Florida MIami i 1916 North Oraage Aveaae

"Gold Coast," of Tampa, Orlando I --

CENTRAL HEATING UNIT. r St. Petersburg, Daytona I Orlando. Florida

Beach, of .cities bothlarte j, i Phone GArdea 2-5110
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mid and wife $1,800.Oscar IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Thc Klsslmrnee Gazette, Klsxtmmpc, FUu, Thcrs May 99, 196S 7
Herbert H.. Collins St. Cloud and Hewlett Ab- Twelve To Be Real EstateTransactions COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. !
t Kissimmee. C. Vest and wife to JohnH. FLORIDA. NO. | ter. Should you fall to file dalm as LUKLLA: DOWNKN and HU-
Parker and wife. Winter Haven, IN RE: ESTATE OF as herein directed Judgment will BERT TARCAI. her husband. ; and
r Passed Away Monday The funeral party left Fri- Confirmed SundayOn and Frank T. Greene and wife. EFFIE. DAVIS Deceased. be entered herein against you In ROY LEE DOWNEN. a single man
lay! afternoon for Carmel New Lake Alfred. $120.000. NOTICE TO CREDITORSTO due course. Persons not personally I Iserved not known to be dead or ally and.
June 1 at 7:30 atSt. William T. Hulslzer to Joe Mar- ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES with process may obtain at If dead the unknown spouse heirs
Herbert Holms p.m.
age York where services were to tin. St. Cloud. 4500. DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER- copy of the petition for forfeiture devisees grantees. assignees. iienors. -
t t 72, of 1812 Orange Blvd. died be held Sunday afternoon, Johns Episcopal Church the L. Carlton McMullen. executor of George E. \Vandell. executor. to SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS filed herein from the undersigned creditors, trustees or other

Monday. He was a member oft with interment to follow in Rt Rev. James L. IXmcan Mi- estate of Martha Adah McMullento Earl Hensel and wife. St. Cloud. AGAINST SAID ESTATE: Clerk of Court claimants against ROY tar LEE through DOWNEN., under or a
Frank LJdlk and wile, Klsslmmce $6.000. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are WITNESS my hand and the seal
the Baptist Church in Terra- Ivandale[ 'Cemet ry, Somers, ami will receive for Confirma- 9680. Ninth Federal Savings and Loan hereby notified and required to of the above styled Court at KHslmmee. stogie man or either of than; and

Haute Ind. He was a retired New York. Grissom Funedal lion the following: Mrs. John William N. Rea to Frank LJdik Assn. of New York City to PhilipN. present any claims which you. or Osceola County. Florida aU have parties having or claiming to
any right title or Interest In
Brownsteln Federal Housing
and wife. Kissimmee. 300.: either of you. may have againstthe this!: 27th day of May. 1961CT.
superintendent of the Dia- Home was in charge of ar fern, Marianne Cook, Betty Guy L. Congden to Edward T. Commissioner, no stamps. estate of Effle Davis. deceased ( CT. SEAL) the property described In the Complaint .

mond Salt Co. at Terra-Haute rangements. Partlow Judy Bullock Jack Stod- Credle and wife. Remsen. N.Y. Douglas B. Stewart, trustee to late of Osceola County. Florida. to GLENN RAY Defendants.NOTIC OF SUIT
Carl Story and wife St. Cloud
$3.500.L. the County Judge of said countyat Clerk Circuit Court
Ind. ard.. Jerry Stoddard, Toni Stod- Carl Tyson and wife to Moses $900. his office In the Courthouse at Osceola County. Florida TO: ROY LEE DOWNEN,

He is survived by his wife Alex Bass 82 dard[ Beth oPrter Diana Part- Williams. St. Cloud $1.000.D. Arthur L. Thornton and-wife to Kissimmee. Florida. within six cal- May 30. June 6. 13, 1963 a single man
not known to be dead alive and.
Raymond M. Cotter and wife, St. or
Mrs. G. Holden to Thelma Starks. endar months from the date of the
Anne E. Collins Bros. '
; It dead. the unknown
low Jackie Dunlow Wayne Lit. St Cloud. $300. Cloud. $5.000.Philip first publication of this Notice. IN CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE spouse
Ernest and Walter of Detroit, Died Tuesday tlefiekl and Mark Lynan. Ruth Whitmore Hummel admin N. Bornstein to EdmundP. Each claim or demand must be in NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF heirs Iteners.devisees creditors grantees trustees, assignees otherclaimants.
Mich., and Harold Collins of istratrix, to Percy L. Peatty. New- Abel and wife. St. Cloud. $7.700. writing and must state the placeof FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OSCE or
Alexander (Alex) Bass,, 82, r A reception honoring the newly port Borough. Pa., $200. Alexander D. Hall Jr., executor. residence of the claimant and OLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. C ROY by. LEE through DOWNER under or
New against a
I Castle, Ind. confirmed will be held In the Donald D. Warner and wife to to Joseph N. Mongeon and wife. must be sworn to by the claimant E. BOWER and IVA ELIZABETH
either of them and
Curry Ford single man. or
I of Road Orlando St. Cloud. S4.500 :
Funeral services will be William R. Brown and wife Hunt- his agent attorney.. or the same BOWER his wife. and MARK
pioneer Central Florida citizen Parish Hall immediately follow- ingdon Valley. Pa.. 2800. Charles W. Johnson and wife to will become void according to law.. i BOWER and HELEN, BOWER all parties having or claiming to
I held at 2:30 with James E. Parris and wife St. have any right. title. or InterestIn
Monday ,
First Federal Savings and Loan of May. 1963. ROBERT
passed away in an Or- mg. the service. Presiding at the Cloud. $20O. This the 24th day ; his wile. Plaintiffs. vs. the property described In the
Pastor Henry Young of the Association of St. Petersburg to CLAUDE DORMAN I
\ F. BRUNS. JR.. sin le. et al.
j Complaint. unknown.
L. Carl Tyson. W. Leon Tyson
Trinity Lutheran Church of lando hospital Tuesday after refreshment table will be Mrs. Fhlllp N. Brownsteln. Federal and James C. Tyson as executors Executor of the Estate o[ fendants. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat

J several weeks illness. M. Wendell Hainan and Mrs. I. Housing Commission no stamps. to James Cecil Tyson and wife Effie Davis. deceased I NOTICE OF SUIT. THE STATE a Complaint and Amendmentto
ficiating. Orange Gardens Inc. to William Jr.
W. Overstreet.
Murray OF FLORIDA TO ROBERT F Complaint have been filed
Born in Osecola service and Windermere. 2400.
County W. Marshall. The A. and wife. Middle Vil
Laverty ExecutorP.
Interment in Osceola Me- Attorney 5934 Salem
single. against by the Plaintiff In the
Eugene Simmons and wife to you
Gardens under direction February 5, 1881, the son of reception are open to the public. lage. N. Y., 2900. Clyde Lee Simmons and wife Kis- O. Box: 492. Kissimmee. Fla Road. Cincinnati Ohio: E. NEL- above-styled court and mory the Alma K. Antrim to Ethel Bark- May 30. June 6, 13 20. 1963 I' PALMER
SON FELL and ANNE of the
Mose the foreclosing
Bass and Mattie Pat.I doll simmee love and affection. purpose
of the Riedel Funeral ,.$600.R. FELL. his wife. residence un the described
mortgage o.? following
rick Bender and wife to Edward Bert William Kreinbrlng and IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT.
Bass he had B. i
been life
Home. a Sandra Haddock. Clifton and wife, Kissimmee, wife" to Paul C. Richberg. Mel- OSCEOLA COUNTY. i I known. If alive and If dead, their property. situate and being In
long resident of Osceola and bourne. $4.200. FLORIDA I unknown heirs at law. legatees. devisees -Osceola County. Florida:
Nona Mann to Russell C. Mann. i and grantees JOS. UEH- Lot 24. KISSIMMEE HIGH-
CASE NO. 5601
Orange counti Lillian Reed to GeorgeW.
W. Abrams s. Feted at Shower and Anaheim. Calif.. 1000. Moore. S. C. love and affection. IN RE: ESTATE OF i LEIN and UEHLEIN. his LANDS. FOURTH ADDITION
George He was a retired cattleman. Ralph L. Cooper and wife to Ellis Leo F. Nolllnger to Leo F. Nol- VICTORIA TYSON. Deceased : wife residence unknown. if he be acording to the plat thereof. as
married. If alive. and If dead. their recorded in Plat Book 1. Page
Survivors lineer and wife. love and affection.D. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I
include four Haddock whose Ford and wife, Savannah, N. Y. 1 ,
Passed Away Miss Sandra 1 Ferris Cordner and wife. Joseph MAKE APPLICATION: FOR unknown heirs at law. legatees. devisees 400 of the Public Records ofOeceoia
daughters Mrs. Erma Watson marriage will be an event of June Esther A. Shoemaker to Andrew A. Cordner and wife. and FINAL DISCHARGETO '' and grantess; THE NAR- County. Florida.
and Ruth A. Cordner to Ernest E. Ashley COOSSEE FARM AND TOWNSITE You are hereby required to servea
George Walton Abrams 99,: Mrs. Shirley Johnson, 8th! at Martin Louisiana, was Butts and wife St. Cloud. $3.500. and wife. Alliance. 0., $1.000 ALL WHOM. IT MAY CONCERN i I i COMPANY an Ohio corporation. copy of your answer or pleading
to O. R. Suhl and : I 1
of 805 Ohio Avenue, St Cloud both Orlando; Mrs. Electa honored with a bridal shower Fri wife.H. love P. Suhl and affection.C. O. S. Thacker to Clarence O. Davis Notice Is hereby given that wehave principal place of business ELLa un-i on Plaintiffs attorneys. TAYLOR
: BRION & ROLLINS. 150 S. E. 2nd
Manning, Deer Park and Mrs. andewell and W. A. and wife." Kissimmee. $500. filed our final returns as executors ;
night when Marie Riggs H. Lucas and wife Avenue.
one of Osceola County's oldest day C. Gram widow. 4929 Guilford Street. Miami. Florida. and file the
Guy L. Contrdon to L. of the estate of Victoria
Sadie and wife to Earl M. Danfordand
Williams Boyd
Kissimmee. and JANE
f Crawford entertained at Indianapolis. Indiana. original answer or pleading In the
Inc.. Tavares. $1.700.
citizens passed away wife, Kissimmee 1500. Tyson deceased; that we have filed 1
McCAY and DAVID McCAY her I office of the Clerk of said Court on
sons Edward Bass St. Eddie Clemens to Thomas W
for distribution and
after the Yacht Club. John E. Dickey and wife to our petition Linden'
Thursday several General Delivery.
daY3 husband. or before the 23rd day of June.
Wlll.ams and wife. Orlando. $200. final and that
illness. Cloud, Joe Bass, Nahunta, The bridal theme was carriedout Ralph L. Cooper and wife St. I Philip H. Young and wife tQ July 1st. discharge 1963. we will apply on to Indiana. as heirs at law of J. Ed-: 1963. If you fall to d" so. a Decree -
Georgia and Mose Bass, Deer the I Cloud. $2.200. I Noble J. Seaman and wife, Kissimmee. the Honorable O. P. Johnson ; ward Krause and Ida Mae Krause. Pro Confesso will be entered
in white and orchid in !
A native of Croton Falls, C. A. Blair and Co. to Alice I 1! his wife. both deceased: AMANDA.against you for the relief sought
Park. Three sisters, Mrs. Cas- decorations and refreshments. Baenitz. $600.H. $11000.George County Judge of Osceola County. I ROBERSON. a widow. residence,I UP the Complaint and Amendment
New he had been a res Glenn Wagner and wife to W. Gagnon and wife to Florida. for approval of said final I ROBERSON
sie Warren, Kissimmee; Mrs. Miss Haddock received I Sabelle D. Gray. Hialeah Minimum I returns and for an order of distribution unknown. MELISSA I to Complaint.
ident of St. Cloud for the past many Robert S. Hensel and wife St. i PATTERSON and PATTERSON WITNESS my hand and seal of
Joe Barber stamps. and for final discharge
Kissimmee Park Cloud. $1.800. residence
20 and useful gifts. her husband. said Court at Klssimmee. Osceola
years. lovely State Land and Development -
Sunshine I
I as executors of the estate of Victoria -
He attended public schools and Mrs. Texas Bass, St. Jane Miles to Alex A. MacDlarCity's Co. Inc. to Serge V. Man- Tyson deceased. ,: unknown. if she be and married.- GARRETT ROB--.County. Florida, this 15th day of

Cloud. One brother Ed Bass kell. Walterton. Inc., 2200. This 27th day of May. 1963. ROBERSON May. 1963.Circuit .
in Croton Falls, was a gradu- Sunshine State Land and Devel- L CARL TYSONW. I' EPSON his wife residence unknown ( Court Seal)
St. Cloud. Also 17 i If he be married. If said
ate of New York School of grandchild Finances opment Co.. Inc. to Raymond L. LEON TYSON i living and If dead GLENN RAYas
parties are Clerk of said ClrcwK Court.
Pacheco. Norwalk. Calif., $500. JAMES C. (Doc) TYSONAs
I law. legatees -
Pharmacy and before his retirement ren.Funeral American Federal Savings and Executors of the Estateof their unknown heirs at the By: /Marjorie R. Hare
services held devisees and grantees. as
operated drug storesin were Loan Assn. of Orlando to RobertD. Victoria Tyson, deceased I law Deputy Clerk
at 2:30: p.m. Sunday from the Woody and wife. Kissimmee. Ellis F. DavisKissimmee. 'I sole and only living deceased heirs J- C- Taylor. Brion & Rolllm
New Jersey and New York. of Fred Roberson. ; Hall Building .
Florida .
Grissom Chapel with the Rev. Shows Gained 59.500.Eugene and MORIN. his
He was a Presbyterian. J. Fallence and wife to Attorney for Executors. residence 150 S. E. 2 Street
I If he be
Survivors include sister William E. Paul Minister of Houston Stanley Line and wife, May 30 June 6, 13. 20, 1963 unknown. If alive and If dead. Miami 32. Florida
one MayS, 30. June 6. 13, 1963
Woodbine. Pa.. 1200. '
the Church of Christ Union unknown heirs at law. legatees -
; Mrs. Robert Gibson Pine The city's finances this year I I $33,901. Ernest Blount and wife to Peter NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB 'I their. devisees and grantees; W. C.
Park, officiating. Casketbear- Branch and wife, St. Cloud IN THE COUNTY JuDGE'sCOURT.
Bluff North Carolina. Two; are better than they were a 'I Expenditures for public works Melvin TAX DEED ZAENGLEIN and ZAEN-
Messrs. love and affection. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN married.
ers were Bobby It he be
his wife
nephews, Frederick Abrams Adams year ago but City Mgr. Charles projects from cigarette tax budgeted -: Franklin 1. Poffenbaugh and That L. Maxcy. the holder of the i I If GLEIN.alive. residence unknown. and if FLORIDA.IN .
C. D. Brown Calvin wife to James W. Renneker and following certificates has filed said '! law. RE: ESTATE OF
Jackson has told city commissioners $58,523; spent $31,527 (on dead. their unknown heirs at
Barber, Elmo Lloyd Junior \\i Ic. St. Cloud. $7.000. certificates for a tax deed to be 1 devisees and grantees: VERONA SEDA. Deceased.
CARD OF THANKS Campbell and Lawrence the administrationmust drainage). For equipment from I Flora Elizabeth Starkey to How- Issued thereon. The certificate'numbers legatees.and any and all parties claiming NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO
continue tightening its belt. tax el! T. Jones and wife. Kissimmee. and years of Issuance the : through under or I MAKE APPLICATION FOR
cigarette budgeted, $30,241; Interests by
Our h.ortf.lt thanks to all who Smith. Interment followed in I S4.500. description of the property and the above named known FINAL DISCHARGETO
.xt.nd.d comforting sympathyand Rose Hill Cemetery. Grissom A hurricane or some other unforeseen spent $23,142.Jackson Orlow Cole and wife to William the names In which it was assessedare ,i against parties; and any and all parties ALL WHOM IT MAY CON-
trouble could put the said about of I Snedeker and wife. Beaver Falls. as follows: claiming any right. title CERN:
: $18,000 having or
h.lp In our r.c.nt sorrow. Funeral Home was in chargeof I I Pa.. $2.500. Certificate No. 202. Year of Issuance Interest In and to the following NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
For the beautiful sorvlco floral arrangements. city in a difficult financial posi- the cigarette tax comes from oneS j D. H. Frank Beron and wife to May 29. 1961. Deccriptlon of or described lands located In Osceola That Katherine C. Soda has filed
offering and oth.r Klndn.**.* tion, he said, because it has not i source Winn-Dixie. I Lauderdale.Wesley J. Bartelt$40.000. and wife Ft. Property: Lots 11 to 19 Inc.. Block I.: County. Florida. to-wit: half I her the final Estate report of as Verona administratrixof Seda. deceased -
26. Osceola Gardens Unit 1. Sec Lots 28 and 57. the South
w. are d..ply gratefuL Wesleyan Guild yet built up reserves to take I! He also said this left a bali| Floyd G. Smith and wife to tion 9. Township 32 South. Range 1 of Lot 58. the North half of Lot ; that she has filed petitionfor
and that she
care of emergencies. ,, ance of $7,099 for equipment ini Frank S. Molnar and wife Kissimmee. 33 East. Name In which assessed: 59. and Lot 60. In Section 16: final discharge
Honorable O.
9000. Unknown. Lot 24 In Section 20: Lot 31 lyIng -i
To Meet MondayThe But a report Jackson gave to I I the cigarette tax fund, and that; A. \\'. Osborne and wife to Certificate No. 203. Year of Issu- ., South of Lot 34 and Lot 31 I'Johnson. County Judge of Osceola

the commissioners this week,the traffic lights at Vine and I Charles E. Vink and wife Intercession ance May 29. 1961. Description of lying South of Lot 13 and the County. Florida on the 14th day
Service Guild of i City. minimum stamps. Property: Lots 7 to 31 Inc.. Block South 4 acres of Lot 37. In Section ': of June. 1963. for approval of
CARD OF THANKSTo Wesleyan shows that city departmentshave i Main Sts. may cost more than i! Alex Dale)'. individually and'as 6. Osceola Gardens Unit 4. Section 21; and Lots 53 and 54. In 'I| same and for final discharge asadministratrix

those who expressed their the First Methodist Church will been living pretty much that. j trustee and wife to Cadman Groves 9. Township 32 South. Range Section 22; all In Township 25 > of the estate of
1 1n,... Orlando minimum stamps. 33 East. Name in which assessed: South, Range 31 East, In New I Verona Seda. deceased.
sympathy in to many beautiful and meet Monday night at 8 p.m. at within the budget. Some of the The general fund revenue I Ruth Lambert to Eric C. Bovis J. H. Webb. Town of Narcoossee. according to 1 This 13th day of May. 1983.

practical ways daring our recent the home of Miss Helen Bass. details as of May 1, were disclosed budgeted, $310,698; collected.1 and wife. Kissimmee. 3000. All of said property being In the the plat thereof as recorded In KATHERINE C. SEDAI
bereavement, we extend our heart. Mrs. Duncan McFarland will Buford Newberry. T. H. Scaggs. County of Osceola. State of Florida. Plat Book 1. page: 74. Public I Katherine C. Seda. Admiristratris -
felt thanks. as follows: $227,260; balance, 83435. and A. E. Greene and wife love Unless such certificate or certificates -I Records of Osceola County I ; of the Estate
present the program on "TeachUs Electric budgeted and affection. shall be redeemed according Florida. : of Verona Seda.
Expenditures budgeted $397- .
The C. E. Charles W. Johnson and wife to 1 IS HEREBY GIVEN deceased. '
Taylor family To to the property described In NOTICE
Pray". $764,400; now anticipated $835- 037; spent $192,909;, balance,i I Esker J. Farris and wife, St. Cloud, such certificate or certificates will ', that Plaintiffs have instituted suit ( Murray W. Overstreet. Jr.

000. But Jackson warned this 204128. $200.R. be sold to the highest bidder at the 1! against you in the above styled 'Attorney for AdministratrixI
H. Mussman and wife and Court House Door on the first Mon Court to quiet the title of Ptaln- I D. BOX va
FURNITURE STORE $71,000 surplus may not be real- Bank: balances as of May 17 i'I I Jeane Mussman Hamilton and hus- day in the month of July. 1963. tiffs In and to the above described Kissimmee. Florida .
KISSIMMEE band to J. W. Beamon. Frank E.H hereby sum- I{ May 16. 23, 30. June 8, 1963
ized because the prediction is according to Jackson were: which Is the 1st day of July. 1963. property and you are I
a r d man, Chelmsford, Mass., Dated this 30th day of 1963. moned. ordered and required to i
May ,
23 BROADWAY TELEPHONE 847-4411 based partially on last winter utility fund, $77,227.37; sanitary I'I 2150. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) file your written answer or defenses IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
f when cold caused an increase. Fred Barber and wife to Clifton /GLENN RAY I to the Complaint filed In the I TIlE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
sewer $9,229.43; general fund I: H. Lawton and wife, Kissimmee. Clerk of Circuit Court ,1 above styled cause In the office of OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
I BEWARE! DANGER! Expenditures budgeted $510- 67081.65; cigarette tax, $15-,I $300.George .Osceola County. ;. the Clerk of the Circuit Court for I I OSCEOLA COUNTY. FLORIDAIN
I M. Start and wife to Circuit of Flo-
516; spent to date $251,820 balance Florida the Ninth Judicial CHANCERY. NO. 6488
; 899.95; airport fund $657.30. I Adams Ranch Inc.; Ft. Pierce, mln- rida. In and for Osceola County. at FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS I
30 6
in May June 13 20 1963
It ts costly to put "White Elephants" your $258,696. This is going to Jackson suggested, and the mum stamps.LEGAL. : his office ln the Courthouse In Kis.I AND LOAN ASSOCIATION )

FREE OF CHARGE to decor- be "touch and go" because i slmmee. Tlorlda. on or before the OF OSCEOLA COUNTY. a Corporation -)
home. Let us help you pay commisioners agreed, that some 17th day of June. 1963. and to I organized and existIng )
plan raises into effect and I I NOTICESIN NAME STATUTE thereof on Plaintiffs! under the laws of the ) .
ate your home to suit YOUR pocketbook. No fob go of this money should be invested -. Notice Is hereby given that the serve a copy and address i
whose name States of America.PLAINTIFF..
small fuel 1 costs. may increase, Jackson in time. deposits while some CIRCUIT COURT OF THE undersigned. pursuant to the Fie- is attorney set out below. Should you tall to I I .
too big, or too advised. invested NINTH .i .should be in treasury ,
FOR 865.09. Florida Statute. will regis
COME IN THE STORE'OR EVENINGS BY Water department revenues notes. In this way a'small FLORIDA ter with the Clerk of the Circuit, I hand as against Clerk of you.said Court and 3 I 8l# "" .

APPOINTMENT. budgeted, $79,000; received $41.- amount of interest will be earn- LAW NO. 2685.: f:1Icfa Osceola County. Florida I I the seal of said Court at Ktsrtrn-. nrCHARD R.: CAPKS awl BARBARA ->
I lo name :
STATE OF FLORIDA mee. Osceola County. Florida. this i' A. CAFES: his wite and)
442; total anticipated $84,000. ed. vs. Courthouse Super Service. under'I 14th day of May. 1963. SILVER SHIELD cOPOkt- )
Expenditures budgeted, $48- 1957 FRAZER AUTOMOBILE. 'which we are engaged in businessat (CT. CT. SEAL) TION. a Florida Corporation, )
1 MOTOR NO. FM32279 (F6226- 222 Emmett Street. Kissimmee, s/ GLENN RAYi DEFENDANTS. )
849; spent $19,003; balance, $29- 4M34579). Florida. i I Clerk Circuit Court FORECLOSURE OF MORTAGE
-u- Pharmacy Teams IN RE: FORFEITURE OF THE That the parties Interested In,I Osceola County' Florida NOTICE OF SUIT
846.Sanitary I FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP- said business enterprise are as follows 1 Murray W. Overstreet. Jr. TO: PALMLAND ENTERPRISE
c-- sewer system- balance ERTY: 1957 FRAZER AUTOMO- : John E. Moore and Edwin L..1 I Attorney for Plaintiffs CORP., a Florida Corporation, Address -
Tie For Lead Dated at Kissimmee. Os
FM32279 Hartley.
$29,846.Sanitary BILE. MOTOR NO. P. O. Box 492. unknown:
(F6226-4M34579). ceola County Florida, May 28, f i I! Kissimmee Florida YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
sewer system revenues The Broadway Pharmacyteam THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: A. D. 1963.JOHN : .May 16. 23, 30. June 6. 1963 that a suit has been brought
Freedom Of Choice budgeted $57,000 collected JOHN M. DAUGHERTY E. MOORE I against you. the nature of whichIs
and Padgett's Pharmacyare I GENERAL DELIVERY EDWIN L. HARTLEY IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S I to foreclose a mortgage on the
$28,452; total anticipated tied for first place in the DAVENPORT. FLORIDA May 30 June 6, 13, 20. 27, 1963 I COURT. OSCEOLA COUNTY. hereinafter described real propertyThe
conditionsdoes $57,000. AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS I FLORIDA. name of the Court In which
Under absolutely no league standings at the conclusion AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE I IN RE: ESTATE OF the suit has been Instituted Is the
the choice'of the funeral Expenditures budgeted $66.378; of the first week of HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.IN I ELIZABETH PULLEN. Deceased. Circuit Court for the Ninth Judicial -
$32,348 balance $34,030. TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I Circuit of Florida In and for
director rest with other spent ; play, haying each won two ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY: FLORIDA. 'TO ALL CREDITORS. LEGATEES. Osceola County. In Chancery and
anyone Half the reevnue from the games and lost none. Hunt YOU. AND EACH OF YOU. are LAW NO. 2684 DISTRIBUTEES. AND ALL PER the tltl of- ttw> than the family requiring his to debt hereby notified that the above described STATE OF FLORIDA. SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR captloned. The i.eTtn1is d
sewer system goes ser Bros. and Phillips 66 each property has been seized VS.INTERNATIONAL. MANDS AGAINST SAID the following, located In Osce

services. Regardless of the circumstances vice Jackson said. have .500 and the Road Camp I I under and by virtue of Chapter 562. PICKUP YOU AND EACH OF YOU DE-I ola County Florida, viz:
I Florida Statutes as amended. and TRUCK. hereby notified and required LOT 17. of Klsslmroee Highlands .
it is your right to Cigarette tax account re and City Utilities bring up the Is now In the possession of the MOTOR NO. SD220125698.IN i present any claims which you. Second Addition. Osceola
venue budgeted $66,000; collect- rear with 000. j' Board. of County- Commissioners ofthIs. RE: FORFEITURE OF THE either of you. may have against County Florida, according to the
call the funeral director of your May 22 Padgett's defeated County, and you. and each of FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROP! the estate of Elizabeth Pullen, deceased Official Plat dated the 17th day
you. are hereby further notified ERTY. INTERNATIONAL PICKUP I late of Osceola County. of March. A D. 1989. and filed
- MEMBER own choice. the Road Camp 6-2, with C. I that a petition. under said Chapter. TRUCK. MOTOR NO. SR220-125698. Florida, to the County Judge of and recorded among the Public
tHE ORDCft SHRIMPIn Thompson and H. Krause do- has been filed In the Circuit Courtof THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: said county at his office in the Records of Osceola County Florida
the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and MARVIN OWEN GULDI Courthouse at Kissimmee. Florida. on the 14th day of April.
L Of TMC A Basket ing the honors for the winners for Osceola County. Florida. seekIng LOCKHART. FLORIDA within six calendar months from A.D. 1969. in Plat Book One (1)
60LDUt RUIII and Almas and Capps for the forfeiture of the said prop AND TO ALL PERSONS. FIRMS the date of the first publication of on page 380.YOUARE .
erty, and you are hereby directedand AND CORPORATIONS OWNING. this notice. Each claim or demand HEREBY NOTIFIED
RlEDEL FREEZETTEDRIVEIN the losers. On the 24th Hunts required to file your claim. If HAVING OR CLAIMING AN IN- must be In writing and must state FURTHER that you are requiredto

defeated Broadway 3-2, with I I'I any you have. and show cause. on TEREST IN OR LIEN ON THE the place of residence of the claim- file your answer to the Complaint
I' or before the 24th day of June. ABOVE DESCRIBED PROPERTY: ant and must be sworn to by 'he filed In this mortgage foreclosure
'I \v. Lucas and Moody for I 1963. If not personally served with YOU AND EACH OF YOU. are ': claimant. his agent or attorne> or proceedings with the Clerkof
24 HOOtAMUAANCE .Hunts and L. Irving and Put process herein. and within twenty hereby notified that the above described the same will become void accordIng the Circuit Court for Osceola
107 EMMETT' days from personal service If per- property has been seized. : to law. County. at KiMtmmec. Florida and
STREET nam for Broadway. sonally aen'ed1th process herein. under and by virtue of Chapter 562. I This the 8th day of May. 1963. to serve a copy thereof upon Plain
suva KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I In the second game Pad why the said property should not Florida Statutes as amended. and | I/ ALICE M. BERGMAN tiff's Attorney. Phillip R. Kelley
be forfeited pursuant to said Chap Is now in the possession of the I HELEN C. VAN PELT Post Office Box 331 (12 Monument
getts won out oveCity Utilities I ter. Should you fall to file claim as Board of County Commissioners of ,I Executrices of the Estate of I Avenue). Kissimmee Florida. not
15-5 with Morton and I herein directed. Judgment will be this County. and you. and each of Elizabeth Pullen. later than the 18 day of June. 1983
Phone: TT Taggart for the Utilities and I entered herein against you In due you. are hereby further notified 1 Murray W. Overstreet Jr.decee.ed'i or decree pro conlesao will be entered
course. Persons hot personally that a petition under said Chapter.has !II Attorney for Executrices against >ou. This Notice will
M7-3188 c-io H! Thompson and Krause for I served with process may obtain a been filed In the Circuit Courtof I P. O. Box 492 be published tour eoas euUve times
I Padgetts. On the 27th Hunts copy of the petition for forfeiture the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and ', Kissimmee. Florida weekly. in The KtMtmme Gazette
filed herein from the undersignedClerk for Osceola County. Florida seek I May 16. 23. 30. June 6. 1963 I on the following dates: May 16,
New from Kodak. defeated the Road Camp, 15-4 II of CourtWFNESS ing the forfeiture of the said property I 23. 30 and June C A.D. 1M3.

and here with Lucas and Moody for my hand and the seal and you are hereby directedand I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE (Circuit Court Seal)
right now Hunts of the above styled Court at Kls- required to file your claim. If NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN /GLENN RAY
and Almas and Capps smmee. Osceola. County. Florida. any you have. and show cause on I'I, AND FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY. Clerk Circuit Court
EASIEST t and Allen for the Road Camp. !I this 27th day of May, 1S63. or before the 24th day of June. FLORIDA Osceola County. Florida
I In (CT. CT. SEAL) 1963. If not personally served with IN CHANCERY NO. 6453 Phillip R. KeUey
the j
I second offering Broad-I 1 P. O. Box 331 (12 E.
CAMERA- I/ GLENN RAY process herein. and within twenty : THE MINNESOTA MUTUAL LIFE
: way eased out a close one, I Clerk Circuit Court days from personal service if personally INSURANCE COMPANY a Minnesota Monument Aye)
10-9 Osceola County served with process herein i corporation. Plaintiff, Kissimmee Florida
over Phillips
LOADING Florida why,, the said property should not vs. ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
The schedule for the com I May 30, June 6. 13. 1963 be forfeited pursuant to said Chap. t i LUELLA TARCAL ,formerly known I May 16. 23. 30. June 6. 1968a

I ing week Is as follows: May
EflQz I
". 31st Utilities vs Road Camp, I

1 Padgetts vs. Hunts. Starting !I I

June 3rd games will be play-! \ SURE I /

ed in St Cloud as well as i .

Kissimmee and will begin at I tOb We could make a sales

7 p.m. Broadway vs. Padgetts 1

at St. Cloud. II C3\ S4"LoC4# pitch that could la'st all

June 5th. Padgetts vs Phillips I ,

.. 66 at St. Cloud; Hunts vs. 'p. I II. day but

WG i n .. .. Utilities and Road Camp vs.!' '-.. q3 4 . .

GAS REFRIGERATIONf = Broadway at Kissimmee. i % We would end up by


Grace LutheransTo N 14O/frV saying you can get quality

Modern, silent refrigeration Is

tops . Servel Gas refrigerationIs IflflLttCI1OO Honor Pastor 4
absolutely silent . lasts I :: : printing at reasonable

longer (no moving parts) . ., Outfit I Sunday, June 2nd, will be the ,, vth

automatic tee-maker with no t final worship service of Pastor '1' prices from The Gazette

Ice . J nstanlloading . .
mussy, fussy trays \ .
Wm. J. Hoerger, prior to his returning -

stant ation supply provides oJ ice.service Gas refriger-In any amazingly price! to Springfield, EL, for his v-, Job Printing Department.

weath . 10-year warranty. _ _ _ loads instantly ..automatically final year at the Seminary. Holy -

. so you get good picturesmore I Communion will be celebrated . FREE ESTIMATES
easily than everl Just dropIn ,land new members will be received -

the Kodapak film cartridgethe '''into the congregation, by transfer Call 847-2881 and ask for

camera is instantly loaded.No I b)' confession of faith and fr

dials to set. no focusing. [by the rite of confirmation. .
'GREE S FUEL Takes color slides as well as .4 : Mr. Mears. We are now
On 29th at
black-and-white and color snaps. Wednesday. May ,

Built-in flash holder keeps you 6:1)0) p.m.. the congregation will able to give even faster

-THE: GREENVFUEI set for indoor pictures. honor Pastor and Mrs. Hoerger

; $15" with a Pot Luck dinner at the St. and that
______ I Complete cotfo Cloud Community House. delivery personal.

PARKS FURNITURE CO."See Friday 31st at touch work.t
evening. May. to your .
1 HUNT BROS. 7:00 pjn. new members will meetat 4
Us For Your Gas Appliances"'KISSIMMEE of
the chapel for a Review

ST. CLOUD I Christian Doctrine, and to learnof

847-4171 892-2011 I the various activities of the

church organizations.


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

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

KEENE In the Circuit Court of hers of the public are invited and
SMALL FURNISHED HOUSE the Ninth Judicial Circuit In and will be entitled to be heard at STOVES- REFRIGERATORS Call. .
ARTICLESFOR newly decorated $45 a month. for County of Osceola. State of said meeting. _
REALTOR MA Florida and you are hereby sum- IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I USED Parks Furniture Co.
Suitable for couple or one moned, ordered and required to hereunto set my hand and official
SALE: adult. Tropical Park. 847-2380. t file your written answer or defenses seal this 6th day cf May. A.D.
to the Complaint filed herein .963. FURNITURE For Prompt R polr of Tour
Eddie demons. : against you In the above en- (SEAL) Sewell-Thurmond; REFRIGERATOR
BEAUTIFUL titled cause. In the office of the /GLENN. RAY I
FOR RENT: Two bedroom house Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Clerk of the Board of I' 1015 west Church ORLANDO MMM 47-4171
BARGAIN BARN for Osceola County. Florida at his County Commissioners of ,
Cmlx le; Zippers $.; T* th furnished. Screened front porch LAKEFRONT HOME office in the Court House in Kis- Osceola County Florida. ,_ -' .,
Bnuhr* 7e; Ear Bob te 8he simmee. Florida before 24th May June
; and utility room. 915 Patrick. on or 16. 23. 30. 6. 1963 flowers For All Occasions
S7e; Socks Me; Pillow 11e; day of June A.D.. 19C3. and to I
Skirt $1; Pasts SI; Dresses Inquire at 913 Patrick. with 125' Beach UALT01t3 serve a copy of such answer or de- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. NINTH Christian Science
'1.M; Begs Ue; N'I... lie; Sandy fenses upon Thacker and Thacker. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR i ELLIE HUGH'SFLORIST Society
Hankie 5e: Panties 15e Belt Plaintiffs herein whose OSCEOLA COUNTY FLORIDA.
; FOR RENT: Room with private Private Lake. attorneys
.f Each
tSc; Cap 15c; Spreads $2.5: on !:address Is Box 527. Kissimmee. NO. 6487 I, lstW 4.Nit
Hair Net 4c; T-shirts lie; bath and entrance. % Block a.w. Florida on or before said date as REYNALDO A. ANLLO. ) I; Month pass'
Nearly KverylxMly Trades at The from lake, near shuffle courts. Boat Dock and Slip . required by law. If you fall to do Plaintiff. ) 309 N. Randolph.
Bargain Barn. .me t. Sibert so. a Decree Pro Confesso will. be va- 2S MOADWAT M7-4S11 S..Isy S.nk.s. . . 11 a...
Mills Warebase fa Dsveaport. Summer rates $8.50 per week. 14'x34' Screened Lanai entered against you for the relief PATRICIA ANN ANLLO. ) I
kh.d. . . . tsM ....
RG'AA:.I.I... the sips Kissimmee. 847-4640. demanded in the Complaint. Defendant. ) I
overlooking lake. + WITNESS my hand as Clerk of NOTICE BY PUBLICATION J
Open Week Dsys And Sunday said Circuit Court of Osceola TO: MRS. PATRICIA ANN ANLLO .rCo
FOR RENT-3 room furnished County. Florida on the 20th day James Loughlln I LEARN BARBERIXi
apartment, ground floor. Close k;of May. A.D.. 1963. 35 Squantum Street Saute Tear future la a
TRY DIADAX TABLETS (formerly /GLENN RAY Worcester. Massachusetts well-paring j.Ie.sl.a GREEN'S FUEL
I in. Nice quiet location. 847- 2V4 Baths i Clerk of the Circuit Court YOU. ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDthat J Day Night Cl..se'
4 Bedrooms 3
Dex-A-Diet) New name. I 4942. Utility Rooms. Osceola County. Florida a Complaint for Divorce has I V.A. Approved
same formula only 98c. Broadway (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) been filed against you. and you ,. Orlando Barber College Sales and Service
I Home Panelled. Thacker and Thacker are required to serve a copy of
Completely' Cypress I IS" S. Orange Blossom Tr.
Pharmacy. FOR RENT-One bedroom du Attorneys for Plaintiff your Answer or pleading to the GA WI6
Kissimmee. Florida Complaint on the Plaintiffs attor- ,
: pIe x apartment. Furnished. PHONE 147-4172 1474171
KEROSENE FUEL OIL-PIm Baseboard Heat 214 Acres.Many : May 23, 30. June 6. 13. 1063 ney, GEORGE L. CLAPHAM. 60''
Air-conditioned. Carport. 319 S. i I North Court Street, Post Office I i KISSIMMHFor
Clyde. NOTICE TO DEFEND Box 2062. Orlando. Florida and : SAND ROCK
OSCEOLA OIL GO. 1UO Fruit Trees.A | IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF file the original Answer or plead- Gas Delivery: Phone
I THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ing In the office of the Clerk of Harold Wigol 847-2058
NORTH MAIN ST. 80390. FOR RENT: Two and three i IN AND FOR County of Osceola the Circuit Court on or before the' STEEL & WIRE MESH
Lovely Country Gentleman's Estate.. I'STATE OF FLORIDA. in Chan- :' R. A. FUt* r 8474539Knnth
room apartments. Airconditioned. 10th day of June. 1963. If you ,
1 Bl.dio.
FOR SALE-1961 Ford 4-door, 6- cery. CALVIN FAIRCLOTH. Plaintiff to do so. a decree pro confesso
cylinder, stick shift, radio. Morefield Building opposite I vs. JANIE FAIRCLOTH, DeIfendant. will be taken against you for the 892.769315'[ Cloud]
Also furnished relief demanded in the Complaint.
postoffice. Phone
For Gas Service
Very clean. $1,200. 1513 North '!The State of Florida to JANIE DATED at Kissimmee. Osceola rttur7.rerf :
] <
Bermuda Avenue. 8472463. )f house, 606 Emmett. FLORIDA REALTYCOUNSELORS I FAIRCLOTH. You are hereby no- County. Florida this 7th day of I J. B. Rowntr 847-4062
i I titled that a sulUln equity for divorce May. Robert Allan
. FOR RENT-2 BR house, furn .1 has been brought against you 1963.GLENN RAY. Emory Branson 847-4570
by CALVIN FAIRCLOTH in the Clerk of the Circuit Court
I leo Girourd 847-2061
ished. One BR trailer. Lots for INC. Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial 00
Osceola County. Florida -
FOR RENT j trailers. Rainbow Mobile S I Circuit in and for County of Os- (Circuit Court Seal) i R. H. HoN 892-1212, St. Cloud
and coil H. T. Simmons, Mar
ceola State of Florida you By Marjorie R. Haye. or
Homes and Trailer Park Michigan 2 Broadway Kissimmee ,are hereby summoned ordered and Deputy Clerk KISSIMMEETRANS5TMIX I 847-4819
I Ave. *-mlle off Vine 847-3156 847.3157 I required to file your written an- May 9. 16. 23. 30. 1963 :'
FOR RENT: Modern clean one ,swer or defenses to the Complaint : Robert O'Bmy 847-3219
room efficiency with tile ir Street past Bowling Alley. filed herein against you In the NOTICE OF CLOSING STREETTO R. W. lassiter 847-3442
Show-I I above entitled cause in the officeof WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Phone 847-3524 John Evans St Cloud 8923482Radio
I Circuit Courtin :
er. Ground floor. APARTMENTS FOR RENT-$9. SUMMER POSITION for ,ambitious I and the for Clerk Osceola of the County. Florida Notice Is hereby given that on rt I

trance. Close in. Accomodationfor $n, $12 per week. Mrs. Paul teacher or upper class SACRIFICEFor I at his office in the Court House In May Chapter 27. 29965.1963. in Laws accordance of Florida.with) -
gentleman. Completely Davis 114 Emmett Street. | :Kissimmee. Florida on or before Acts of '
1955. the
college student. Opportunity to same now set
:the 24th day of June. SALES -
furnished. Utilities Will Cash. Owner I in forth in Sections 336.09 and
paid. leaving two and
earn 51,000-51,500 in 60 days. i I and to serve a copy of such answer Florida Statutes. 336.10.1
rent by week or month. 407 Sun FOR RENT: Apartments and $480 minimum guaranteed. I i, weeks. Lovely 3 Bedroom horn. i or defenses; upon Thacker herein and of County Commissioners 1961. the of Osce,I APPLIANCES
houses by week or month. ())t.ton's Thacker. Plaintiffs attorneys ola I
Street off Dakin. County adopted resolution
243 New whose address is Box 527. Kiss a COMPtnt HOW RffWSHWCJ
Apartments, North Orange Write P. O. Box Outstanding floor plan. Kitchen simmee Florida on or before said closing vacating, and abandoning': T V

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom unfurn- I Blossom Trail. Smyrna Beach, Florida. with Walnut cabinets, built -in 'date as do required, Decree by law.Pro If Con you certain as all roads roads and and streets streets described'lying in PARKS FURNITURE CO.
fall to so a
ished apartment, newly painted. WANTEEX post card projector i dishwasher, rang and oven... I fesso will be entered against you the to-wit following described property :' KkdiMMM.St. O*.4
j :
Kitchenettes: rooms and trailer i,
One bedroom furnished apart. for the rellief demanded In the
or opaque projector. William Dining room, central heat, cornet I I I All of that part of the SE U ,---. -
shot- Complaint.
with lake and
ment $50 month including apartments of Section 32. Township 25 ',
per South.
Dummer, 1212 N. Y. Avenue, lot. Paved WITNESS my hand as Clerk o{
electricity. 421 Mabette Street. fleboard. By week, month or I streets. I'I I said Circuit Court of Osceola Range 31 East unplatted and un- :
St. Cloud Florida. divided and all of Lots 10 and 24. NORRIS
f year. Capitol Motel, St. Cloud !!County. Florida. and the seal of CLEANERSSpring
847-4517. 1221 Parade. said Court at Kissimmee. Osceola and the East % of Lot 9. all as I
Hwy. I shown by the Plat of Florida'
I "Vninty, Florida. on the 20th day

BROASTED ,I 441.WANTED REAL ESTATE 847-2826 !'I'of May/s A.D.' GLENN, 1963.RAY Agricultural of said Section Company's 32. Township subdivision Geaning is a Breeze with our Sanitone Services
i 25 South.!Range 31 East. accord-
Clerk of the Circuit Court
for Covers Blankets Feather PiHows.KISSIMMEE'S .
Osceola County Florida ing to the official plat flied and Drapes Slip ,
CHICKEN I 'I I,, (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) recorded among the public records -
ORANGE GARDENS Custom j Thacker and Thacker of Osceola County. Florida;
FREEZETTE HOUSEKEEPER COMPANION built 2 BR home. 2 baths.,j GOT $250? !(Attorneys for Plaintiff Also all of Lots 9. 10. 11. 12. II
for Live in 13. and 14 of Block 106 and all FINEST
elderly lady. room Kissimmee. Florida
Large Florida room; central WANT A 3-BR. HOME? I I 1 May 23. 30. June 6. 13. 1963 of Block 107 of the town of Run-
DRIVE-IN and board, small salary. Call heat 2 years old. Corner lot. I' I nymede according to the official I: Qom- 103 East Dakin Telephone 847-4941
I 847-3744. If you have a steady lob and NOTICE plat filed and recorded among I
Must be seen to appreciate. :j the public records of
I NOTICE Is hereby given that at Osceola j
are looking for an outstandingbuy County Florida. J . .
of the Board
1731 Janet Street. 847-2225. i the regular meeting -- -- --
i j
t of County Commissioners of Os Said Board renounced and disclaimed
ALUMINUM AWNINGS! in a home with central
I ceola County to be held at the any right of the County 1
EXTRA LARGE CHOICE home heat, terrato floors, Iuiit -in County Courthouse. Kissimmee: and of the public In and to any ;
lots $10 down $8 month. Why Florida at 10 o'clock A.M. on the land or interest therein acquired ,.
PICK-UP SPECIAL! range and f oven, pared street, 17th day of June. A.D. 1963. the by dedication. prescription or otherwise ROTHROCKI
more for less?, Save high
question of the necessity and expediency within the confines of the ,
t Aluminum awnings or door rent. Own part of Florida. Live etc, for a total price of . of erecting and constructIng above described roads and closed i,

i i 1r hoods [white only). Interlocking I in Tropical Park on Route 441 '12,500Call a Courthouse the present addition Courthouse and and repairing the Dated same.this 27th diy of May. 1963. I I

r slat type. in North Kissimmee. the necessity and expediency of BOARD OF COUNTY :
owner at levying a building tax not to exceed OMMISSIONERSFLORIDA I TANK CO
18.98 ..ach.48"Wx40" FOR SALE: Two bedroom home. 847-2826 I' five (5)) mills per annum fora 'I .
period not to exceed thirty (30) I!
Prelection. Excellent location. Priced to I consecutive years to pay for the By: GLENN RAY :.

For more width add 1M for every 2" required. sell. Furnished or unfurnished.Also j I( LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE I i cost pairs,of as said provided construction by and Section re- Clerk of May Board 30, 196.1 Culvert Tile for Driveways

good income property. 711 : i 13501. Florida Statutes shall be

EXAMPLE: S. Clyde, Kissimmee.NO !1 I UNDER I considered at said meeting. The Septic Tanks-a size for every need.
FICTITIOUS NAME STATUTE matters as above stated after full
50"W 19 S2"W IT PAYS TO
ea. to. 21" to. '
| Notice is hereby given that the consideration will be acted upon Cement Work 280 Gallon Grease Traps
JOB TOO BIG or too small I I undersigned pursuant to the 'Fic- i and determined by the Board of THE GAZETTE
These deliver
We will
prices good at our onlyl and
when it comes to commercial I I tltlous I _Name. _Statute" h Chapter. i County Commissioners. All mem . ..
hang 3 or more; add '4.- tadi. printing. Call 847-2881 today 865.09. Florida statute will register -I t-' -- -
with the Clerk of the Circuit 15 Years
PHONE OR WRITE and ask for Mr. Mears for free Court of Osceola County. Florida i Experience

estimates on your job work. the Fashion fictitious Flair name under to-wit which I am I NOTICE OF PUBLIC K. C. ROTHROCK, owner and operator
HOUSECRAFT You'll be glad you did. engaged in business at 115 Main
2593 WEST WASHINGTON ORLANDO Street Kissimmee. Florida.
That the party interested in said
TELEPHONE 295.3861 i iI i BUY FROM THE business enterprise Is as follows: HEARINGPursuant

___u _ J I i: GAZETTE ADVERTISERS Jo Dated Ann R.at Bass.Kissimmee. Osceola I' Located at Kissimmee Transit-Mix Co.

1 County, Florida this 20th day ol |
I.I May 1963. to Sec. XVI. Amendments,
... May 23. 30. June 6, 13. 1963 ', Ordinance No. 223 Official Zoning PHONE
: 847-3524
I !
Stan Barber's Grove Service NOTICE TO BIDDERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Ordinance of the City of Kissimmee

all Interested bidders that the
Board of County Commissioners of I Florida, notice is given of a public
Osceola County. Florida will receive -
COMPLETE GROVE SERVICE sealed bids until 10:00 A.M.. hearing before the City Commission to STEEL SALESANY
June 3. 1963. for the purchase of i
AND MANAGEMENTAlso the following: Two trucks with I be held at 8:00 P.M. EST Tuesday
dump bodies: one truck tractor DIMENSION ANY AMOUNT
without dump body; and one flat -
dump bed; all to be used by the June 25, 1963 on the following
Ranch Service Osceola County Road Department'i Priced
and to be delivered to the County 1. Request of C. H. Lucas to changethe Competitively
; Barn. Kissimmee Pane Road. Flo-;

_Spreading-, Dolomite-Lime-Fertilizer. "-e,e rlda.Each bidder Is 'requested to show'I zoning from RA-2 (single family TRUCK BODIES BOAT TRAILERS

Can furnish all materials. on his bid the trade-ins to be allowed -
for two Ford flat dump ; dwelling) ((2 family
i; :' ; .: trucks and flat dump
Other Pasture Needs. -'. ..'.:.,..."'..".: '...- :.,: \ \ t. truck. which one may Dodge be seen at the ing) to B-4 (commercial business) BUILT AND REPAIRED

, ....'.: e. ...k. ...h\:' ;.' t t County Spec!fiatlons Barn. may be obtalneo''' for the following described _...ww. w.....a.. -AI w.... a.usad.
... -t. .... h I I from Glenn Ray. Clerk of the, prop-
. .. . .. '. Board of at,
. ... County Commissioners
: . e'.: .:..", .".... i his office in the Courthouse. i i erty: Old Orlando Hwy. near u.**test Mark**.
CALL ORLANDO 422-7615 COLLECT ., .., ':: ... Immediately following the time;j .
: ., : A of land bounded the Rt. 1, Box 25 -A KlMlmmooLOU
tract on west
4 t !I above shown the proposals received -,1
fo: ... !r... :! ,.;. :!:.. I! will be publicly opened and I i
.. ...,. .. ..... .r ; Central Avenue the north
." -, ..,! .... .. ; by on by
: ; .: : :.. !Wi 'I The County reserves the right to''I IS YOUNG WELDING
and all bids and to
reject any ditch the
on by ,
(.=. .' !:....i!=_ S waive formalities. city drainage ;

For Any Of 'I (SEAL)BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS ; city drainage ditch; on the south by PHONE 847-3898
REPETITIONREPUTATION ;' OSCEOLA COUNTY.OF extending the center line of Walnut
|I -
These Services By HARRIS Chairman G. DANIEL Street. r.

i I May 23. 30. 1963 ,I 2. Request of Osceola Oil Co. to change OSCEOLA TIRE

S j JUDGE. OSCEOLA COUNTY. i the zoning from B-3 (commercial SERVICEUtJ
CommercialStnlchlres ;I NOTICE OF INTENTION: TO .i business) to I (industrial) for the
!1 FINAL DISCHARGE !i I following described property: Recapping

Remodeling I JULIA P. EATON PROBATE deceased.IN ., West 100 feet of North 175 feet, 223 PHONE S. BERMUDA 847-2207

A Additions cERN I business block 2, Dellwood Park'i
j I THAT I have filed my final report i Subdivision. (commonly described
S Aluminum } as Administratrix of the Estate of
We believe that is especially true in the Insurance I JULIA P. EATON deceased; that I I as area at the rear of Dellwood 66
J have Died petition for final discharge IE WISE-
business where record of fair dealingand Siding ...
a and that I will apply to Service Station.
settlements the has : the Honorable O. P. Johnson. COunt -I )
prompt over years AluminumAwnings | ty Judge of Osceola County, Florlda. I LEifl ECONOMIZE
enabled us to be of greater service to the ; on the 30th day of June. 1963 3. Intention of the City Commission

community than ever before.WE i:! for discharge approval as of Administratrix same and for of final the to delete provisions of ordinance requiring 1 ,

.1 Estate of JULIA P. EATON de-. Extra QaaHty Stocks
StorefrontMarquee I perimeter walls at filling stations -
; ThIs 21st day of May. AJX. 1963.i G
i i / / Julia E. Miles.Administratrix Zone B b. and add At No Extra.Ceet
of the ( ((15)) ) provision rS '

Estate of Julia P. Eaton
e Estimates 't deceased. THACKER requiring some type of physical PIt. i47-4021

LUPFER'SInsurance SIi : -. Attys.Box 577.for Kissimmee.Admx FU. separation on boundary lines between

May 23, 30. Jane 6, 13. 1963 commercial and residentialzones. Member of Osceola County BalMers Aaaoeiatioa

1918 -1963 Chancery' PAT KEENE Plaintiff

I vs RELDA TO A.DEFEND.KEENE Defendant.TheState Charles Jackson I PRODUCTS INC.

11 Stewart St.Pfcewe ,.. NOTICE & to RELDA A. KEENE. ..
12 tr....lway-Hwl T* 1h* tank-8474121I 847-ZItt You are hereby notified that a suit City Manager NEPTUNE ROAD KMWHMBBI
In equity. for divorce has been
brought against you by PAT

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